OCT-NOV 2018, SRJHEL

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30
Imapct Factor: 5.068
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 01-Dec-2018

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


Manoj Sama Padavi

SAMBHRIYAJI KI KAHANIYON PAR DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR KE JEEVAN - DARSHAN KA PRABHAV

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8305/8311

 

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H. K. Pandey & Col Shantonu Roy

ECONOMY AND MILITARY POST SOVIET

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8312/8318

 

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The Struggle to Save the Soviet Economy by Chris Miller The Soviet Economic System by Alexander Nove Soviet Economics by Michael Kaser Alienation and the Soviet Economy: Toward a General Theory of Marxian .. by Paul Craig Roberts Farm to Factory: A Reinterpretation of the Soviet Industrial Revolution by Robert C. Allen

Rachna Sharma

CONTENT ANALYSIS OF 6th GRADE NCERT SCIENCE TEXTBOOK TO STUDY THE SCOPE OF DEVELOPING DESIRABLE VALUES IN STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8319/8330

 A textbook is used for the formal study of a subject as it is written according to the syllabus and gives the outline of the course. It is an imperative reference and resource for students\' learning in any educational system therefore it is necessary to analyze this resource. The present paper presents content analysis of NCERT Science textbook of 6th grade to study the scope of developing desirable values in students. Findings reveal that the content of NCERT Science Text Book has many obvious and hidden values in almost all the topics which may be taught while teaching learning process. Science subject has a full scope of recognition of values, ideal acts of valuing, and moral and character education; the only need is, teacher is required to understand the hidden values in given content and find innovative methods to impart the same to students. 
Keywords: Science, Text Book, Moral Values
 

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Dass. R.C. (1998). Teacher preparation for Education in values, The Indian Journal for Teacher Education, vol. 1, No. 1, P.68 Government of India. (1986). National Policy on Education 1986. MHRD. New Delhi. NCERT. National Curriculum Framework 2005. NCERT, New Delhi. NCERT. National Curriculum Framework 2014. NCERT, New Delhi. Rokeach, M.R. (1973). The Nature of Human Values. The Free Press. New York.

H. K. Pandey & Col Shantonu Roy

THE FUTURE OF INDO PAK RELATIONS AND TERRORISM AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE ASIAN REGION

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8331/8337

 

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South Asia in Transition: Conflict and Tensions by Mangla Prasad Democratic Process, Foreign Policy and Human Rights in South by Joseph Benjamin Terrorism and Violence in Southeast Asia: Transnational Challenges to States and Regional Stability by Paul J. Smith A Handbook of Terrorism and Insurgency in Southeast Asia by Andrew T.H. Tan Handbook of terrorism in the Asia-Pacific by David Irvine

H. K. Pandey & Col Shantonu Roy

TOP FIVE THREATS TO NATIONAL SECURITY IN THE ASIAN REGION

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8338/8346

 

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Democratic Process, Foreign Policy and Human Rights in South Asia by Joseph Benjamin Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Bruce Vaughn , Emma Chanlett-Avery , Thomas Lum , Mark Manyin , Larry Niksch Inter-State Conflicts and Contentious Issues in South Asia Challenges and Prospects for SAARC by Emanual Nahar Handbook of Terrorism in the Asia-Pacific by Dr Rohan Gunaratna Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia (Asia in Transition) by Paul J Carnegie, Victor T King , Zawawi Ibrahim Angels, Mobsters and Narco–Terrorists: The Rising Menace of Global Criminal Empires by Antonio Nicaso

Alice Nessy. K

A CORRELATIVE STUDY OF FAMILY ENVIRONMENT AND RESILIENCE OF ADOLESCENTS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8347/8351

The needs of Adolescent’s are very distinct and specific. Family members should take utmost care in handling the problems faced by adolescents. This sequentially eases the adolescents to grow as resilient individuals.  Adolescence has always been an area of interest for the researchers due to complexities in it. The focus of the study was to find out the correlation between the family environment and resilience of adolescents. The sample of 403 adolescents (223 boys and 185 girls) studying in various schools located in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Districts of Telangana State was taken for the study. The instruments used were Family Environment Scale and Connor Davidson resilience scale (CD-RISC). For the data analysis various statistical techniques like Pearson’s product moment correlation and Multiple Regression were used. The results indicated a clear correlation between family environment and resilience of adolescents.
Keywords: Family Environment, Resilience, Adolescents.
 

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Patil A.P., Adsul R. K. (2017). Examine the Role of Family Environment to the Development of Psychological Resilience among Urban and Rural Adolescents. International Journal of Indian Psychology, Vol. 5, (1). S. Prince-Embury and D.H. Saklofske (eds.), 2014. Resilience Interventions for Youth in Diverse Populations, The Springer Series on Human Exceptionality, Springer Science, New York. Sbicigo J.B. and Dell’Aglio D.D.,2012,Family Environment and Psychological Adaptation in Adolescents,Brasil

Mrs. Vaishali. C. Achakanalli & S. I. Kumbhar

SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR INCREASING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY AND VARIOUS REHABILITATIVE MEASURES OF GOVERNMENT

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8352/8361

Children show good performance when their surrounding environment is good positi9ve and supportive towards them. Physical, psychological moral and spiritual development makes children competent conscious and makes them able to understand their capabilities. On the other hand broken families, detrimental environment, lack of basic requirements lack of parental guidance and care etc. are some of the socio0-economic factors that caused for increasing juvenile delinquency in the society. Through the present study focus has been throw on the some major socio-economic and psychological factors that caused for juvenile delinquency and various measures taken by government for the rehabilitation of child criminals.
Keywords – juvenile Delinquency, socio-economic causes, measures of rehabilitation.
 

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Dr. Vats an (1982) Social Problem and welfare, Kedarnath and Ramah& Co. Publishers, Meerut. R.A. Sharma (1976), Social Problems, Rajhans, PrakashanMandir, Meerut M.N. Srinivas (1972) social changes in modern India, Orient Longmans, New Delhi. Asha Rani, (2017), “Juvenile crimes in India and the law” International Journal of Advanced Research Ideas and Innovations in Technology. Vol.1, No.3B. R. Sharma, (2009),”Juvenile Delinquency in India : A cause for concern” Journal of Indian Acad Forensic Medicin, Vol. 31, No.1 R. K. Tiwari, (2010),”Child Criminals in India” Journal of Social research, Vol.13, No.3 D. Agarwal, (2018), ),”Juvenile Delinquency in India: latest trends and entailing amendments in Juvenile justice Act” International Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No.3 Ryan Spohn, (2007),”Review of juvenile Delinquency : Causes and control” Sage Publications. Kavita, (2012),”JuvenileDelinquent:The cause and its remedies” Golden Research Thoughts, Vol.2, No.3

Ritamoni Das

A STUDY ON PARENT’S AWARENESS TOWARDS JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8362/8371

 Juvenile means anyone who has not yet reached the age of adults in terms of childishness or immaturity. In the legal sense a juvenile can be defined as a child who has not attained a certain age at which can be held liable for his criminal acts like an adult person under the law of the country. A criminal activity done by juvenile refers to juvenile delinquency. In today’s society juvenile delinquency become a serious problem. Behind this problem there are so many causes like poor economic condition, family size, health condition, broken home etc. So there is a great need to study about this social problem. In the present study the researcher tries to study the parent’s awareness towards juvenile delinquency. The objectives of the study are- a) To study the parent’s awareness towards juvenile delinquency. b) To suggest remedial measures for preventing juvenile delinquency.
Keywords: juvenile, delinquency, criminal activity
 

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The root causes of crime.web link http://www.preventingcrime.net/library/causes of crime.pdf. Kavita,“juvenile delinquency-the causes and it remedies”, golden research thought, vol-2, issue-3.sept-2012 Hurlock B.Elezabeth (2005) “Developmental psychology.” published by Tata Mc Graw Hill publishing company limited, west patel nagar. Chauhan, S.S. (1995). “Advanced Educational Psychology.” Vikas Publishing House. Kuppuswami,B.(1964). “Advanced Educational Psychology.” Delhi University Publication

Sapna Sen

TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS OFSENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO TEACHING EXPERIENCE, GENDER AND EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8371/8377

 The present research study was undertaken to investigate teaching effectiveness of senior secondary school teachers and how it is influenced by gender, teaching experience and educational qualification. Descriptive survey method was employed for the present investigation. Multistage sampling technique was used to select the sample of 187 senior secondary school teachers from Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Teacher Effectiveness Scale by Parmod Kumar and D. N. Muthawas used to gather the data. The data were analyzed with the help of descriptive and inferential statistics. The findings of the study shown that teaching experience has no significant impact on teaching effectiveness of senior secondary school teachers. Male and female teachers do not differ significantly from each other with respect to their effectiveness in teaching. High qualification has nothing to do with the effectiveness in teaching in case of senior secondary school teachers. The educational implications have been discussed in the end of the research paper.
Keywords:  Teaching Effectiveness, Teaching Experience, Educational Qualification.
 

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Bala, R. (2007). A study of burnout in secondary school teachers in relation to teacher effectiveness.M.Ed. Dissertation,Chandigarh:Punjab University. Gurpreet (2005).Astudy of effectiveness in relation to teaching competency.M.Ed. Dissertation,Chandigarh: Punjab University

Reena & Vishal Sood

COMPUTER AWARENESS AMONG PROSPECTIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS WITH RESPECT TO GENDER AND ACADEMIC STREAM

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8378/8385

 The main aim of the present investigation was to study computer awareness among prospective secondary school teachers with respect to gender and academic stream. For conducting this study, a sample of 850 prospective secondary school teachers from 38 B.Ed. colleges was selected by adopting stratified random sampling technique. Data were collected from prospective secondary school teachers with the help of Computer Awareness Test developed by Sood and Reena (2017). Mean, S.D. and t- test was used for analyzing the data. The findings of the study revealed that female prospective secondary school teachers possessed significantly high computer awareness as compared to male prospective secondary school teachers. Similarly, prospective secondary school teachers of science stream possessed significantly more computer awareness as compared to prospective secondary school teachers of arts stream. In the end of the paper, implications of the study have been discussed. 
Keywords: Computer Awareness, Prospective Secondary School Teachers.  
 

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Alabi, AfusatTitilayo and Yisa, HabibatuMadami (2013). Computer literacy and teacher job effectiveness among secondary school teachers in Ilorin South Local Government area, Kwara State, Nigeria. A Journal of the Institute of Education, Ahmadu Bello University, 21(1), 56-63. Ananthula, Raghu and Maheswari, K. Uma (2015).Computer awareness among secondary school students – A study. International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education, 1(3),264-267.

Suman Kumari & Vishal Sood

CONSTRUCTION AND STANDARDIZATION OF COMPUTER PROFICIENCY SCALE FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8386/8394

 For measuring computer proficiency of elementary school teachers, the present task was undertaken to construct and standardize computer proficiency scale. For this, data were collected from elementary school teachers by adopting multistage and stratifed random sampling technique. An item pool was created initially by consulting various sources and theoretical and empirical literature available in the concerned area. This item pool was put to evaluation and criticism by technical as well as language experts. The preliminary draft of computer proficiency scale was further subjected to item analysis to select only highly discriminating and valid items. The reliability of scale was established with the help of test-retest and Cronbach’s Alpha method which were found to be appreciably high. The validity of computer proficiency scale was ascertained and norms were established for interpretation of obtained scores on the scale. In the last, conclusions have been presented and applicability of computer proficiency scale has been discussed. 
Keywords: Construction, Standardization, Computer Proficiency.
 

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Bhargava, M. (2006). Modern Psychological Testing and Measurement. Agra: H. P. Bhargava Book House. Bradlow, Eric T;Hoch, Stephen J. and Hutchinson, J. Wesley (2002). An assessment of basic computer proficiency among active Internet users: test construction, calibration, antecedents, and consequences. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics.

Ruchika Verma

ROLE OF NAAC FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE IN TEACHER EDUCATION

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8395/8404

 Quality in higher education has become the prime agenda of countries worldwide. In the changing context marked by expansion of higher education and globalization of economic activities, education has become a national concern. The University Grants Commission (UGC), by virtue of the statutory powers conferred on it, is expected to develop effective mechanisms for quality control of institutions. Section 12 of the UGC Act of 1956 specifically requires UGC to be responsible for “the determination and maintenance of standards of teaching, examinations and research in universities”. Towards fulfilling this mandate, UGC has evolved various monitoring mechanisms for quality control. The term quality assurance usually gets associated with an external accreditation agency for identifying the level of quality of an institution, like the NAAC in India. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), formed under the aegis of UGC has implemented new methodology of evaluation of educational institutions in India. The new dimensions of “Quality Measure” as proposed by the NAAC involve continuous process of assessment of HEIs. The outcome of the Assessment is the final Institutional grading conferred to the institutions. UGC and NAAC have played a vital role in streamlining the Quality HEIs. The process has changed the mind set of all stakeholders towards quality and its sustenance and has involved them to contribute for its achievement. They provide adequate guidelines for formulating quality assurance policies as well as for adopting systems and procedures within teacher education institutions for enhancing the quality of the processes involved in teacher development.
Key-words: - Quality Assurance, NAAC.
 

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• www.naac.govt.in • www.ugc.ac.in • Institutional Accreditation Manual for Self-appraisal of Teacher Education Institutions. • Agarwal, J.C.(1998). Teacher’s Role, Status, Service Conditions and Education in India. Doaba House, Delhi.

Bapusaheb Ganpat Chougule & Mali Rupali Babanrao

PRDNYAVANT VIDYARTHYANA MARGDARSHANACHI GARAJ

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8405/8412

 

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Education in Psychology and guidance S. B. Kogekar.$ Guidance in Indian Education – S. K. Kochhar.$

Bapusaheb Ganpat Chougule & Mali Rupali Babanrao

PUNE SHARATIL MADYAMIK SHALETIL VIDYARTHYMADHE BHAUGOLIK DRUSHTIKON VIKSIT KERNYASATHI RABVILYA JANARYA UPKRAMACHA ABHYAS V UPAY

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8413/8422

 

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Ms. Pratibha M. Anpat & Dhananjay Bagul

IMPACT OF JOB DESIGN ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: A THEORETICAL AND LITERATURE REVIEW

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8423/8428

 In Today’s competitive environment, the challenge is not just retaining talented human resources, but truly engaging them, capturing their minds and hearts at each stage of their work lives.  A well designed Job can foster employee well being and engagement. While designing jobs, individual employee’s motivational needs should be taken into consideration, so as to help employees experience sound social interactions, scope for personal development which can further lead to Job satisfaction and engagement. However, for this, it is necessary to understand how the construct employee engagement is defined and to study the major job design factors that influence engagement at work. The study of concerned literature review aims to understand how the construct of Job design and Employee engagement can be applied at organizations for improved productivity, profitability and employee turnover. 
Keywords: Job Design, Employee Engagement.  
 

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Role of Job Design on Employee Engagement in private universities in Keniya: A case of Presbyterian University of East Africa. By Naomi W. Kariuki. (ISSN: 2312-9492) Vol. 2 (60), pp 365-385, July 17, 2015, www.strategicjournals.com, ©strategic Journals Job Design and Employee Engagement By Maria Tims, Arnold B. Bakker. Yr. 2013.

Malkeet Raj & Jaspal Singh

A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN RELATION OT PERSONALITY OF PUPIL-TEACHERS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8430/8433

 The present paper is about to explore the relationship between Emotional Intelligence (EI) and Personality among pupil teachers of jammu. For this purpose, data was collected from 300 randomly selected pupil teachers, both male and female from various colleges in Jammu. Multi-Dimensional personality Inventory by Manju Aggarwal.and Emotional intelligence scale by Anukool Hyde, Sanjyot Pethe, Upinder Dhar (2001) was used as tools for data collection. The results of the study showed that  there exists a strong positive correlation between the emotional intelligence  and personality of pupil teachers
Key Words: Education Colleges, Emotional Intelligence, Personality, Relationship
 

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Bar-On, R. (2005). The Bar-On model of emotional-social intelligence, In P. Fernandez-Berrocal and N. Extremera (Eds.), Special Issue on Emotional Intelligence (pp. 17-25). Rand McNally: Chicago. Brackett, M. A., & Mayer, J. D. (2003). Convergent, discriminant, and incremental validity of competing measures of emotional intelligence. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 1147 1158. doi:10.1177/0146167203254596

Reena Trivedi

RECENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR IMPROVING FARMERS INCOME

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8434/8436

 

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Dastagiri, M.N.V. Prasad Gajula and I.P. Ganeshagouda, 2014. ‘World and Indian Agriculture : Revolutions and Multi Speed Strategies for Future’. Science discovery 2(1). Economic survey 2017. Economic Division. Department of Economic Affairs. Ministry of Finance. New Delhi. Government of India. Mittal S. and M. Mehar, 2013. ‘Agricultural Information Networks, Information Needs and Risk Management Strategies : A survey of Farmers in Indo-Gangetic Plains in India’. Annual Report, 2015-16. Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare. Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, New Delhi, India. Union Budget 2018-19, Government of India.

Saroj Arya & P. Shobha Rani

EFFECT OF COPPING STRATEGIES ON INFERTILITY STRESS AMONG INFERTILE MEN AND WOMEN

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8437/8444

 The main objective of the study was to investigate the effect of coping strategies on infertility stress among infertile men and women. This study was conducted on 80 infertile couple aged between 20 to 45 years attending the infertility clinics in Hanamkonda and Warangal. Coping strategies inventory and fertility problem inventory were used to measure the effect of coping skills on infertility stress levels. The results were analyzed using MANOVA. Results showed that all dimensions of coping strategies had significant impact on infertility stress dimensions except sexual concern stress.
Keywords: Infertility, Stress, Coping Strategies.
 

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WHO- ICMART Glossary- Human reproduction programme – Research for impact- Oct 2016. Obstet Gynecol India 2006; 56(1): 64-67. Gibson D M, Myers JE, The effect of social coping resources and growth- fostering relationships on infertility stress in women. Journal of Mental Health Counseling 2002;24, 68-80. BKiD ( Counseling network for infertility in Germany).(2004) Guidelines on ‘ psychosocial infertility counseling. Germany. Fidler AT, Bernstein J. Infertility: from a personal to a public health problem. Public Health Rep. 1999; 114(6): 494-511.

Javeed Ahmad Puju & Mehmood Ahmad Khan

LEARNING STYLES AND STUDY HABITS OF VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND ORTHOPEDICALLY CHALLENGED COLLEGE GOING STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8445/8454

 The present investigation has been carried out by following the objectives to study the learning styles and study habits of specially abled students viz. visually impaired and orthopedically challenged of college going s students. The investigators have selected 200 specially abled students (100 visually impaired and other 100 orthopedically challenged) students form various govt. degree colleges in Kashmir province. The data was collected by using Dunn and Dunn learning style inventory and Palsane Sharma Study habit inventory by following purposive sampling. The collected data was analyzed by using some statistical techniques. Some of the major findings have been drawn form the present study that there is significant difference between visually impaired and orthopedically challenged college going students on their learning styles and study habits. 
Keywords: visually impaired, orthopedically challenged, learning styles, study habits. College going students. 
 

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Anssari K.J, (2013) Analys?s Of Study Hab?ts And Learn?ng Styles In University Students. Education Journal Vol:21 No:1 Armstrong, A. C., Armstrong, D. & Spandagou, I. (2010). Inclusive Education: International Policy & Practice. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications. 270 Biggs, (1988). Learning Strategies and Learning Styles, In R.R. Schemeck (ed), New York: Plenum Press. Chandrkant,J.(2013) Achievement motivation, study habits of physically challenged boys and girls in Northern States of India. Indian Journal of Educational Psychology Vol 1 No 3.

Mr. Sudhir Halvegar & Praveenkumar kumbhargoudar

METHODS TO MOTIVATE JOB SATISFACTION OF LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8455/8459

 Job satisfaction of employees in general is considered to be significant when an organization wants achieve user satisfaction. Academic libraries are non-profit oriented organizations. The digital technology orientation in academic libraries has thrown more challenges to the library professionals rather than to the users who at times outwit the library professionals. The social pressure from the users and online documents pressure have put the library professionals in a stress. The extent of job satisfaction may differ individually according to age, educational qualification, experience and marital status. The results revealed by the study that responding library professionals working in academic institutions in Dharwad District were found to have their job satisfaction at varying degrees. 
Keywords: Job Satisfaction; Library Professionals; Librarians 
 

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Ms. Padmavati Tubachi & Praveenkumar kumbhargoudar

NEED OF INFORMATION SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG PG STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8460/8465

 The concepts defining information, information needs, information seeking and information use have undergone significant evolution since they were first introduced. A number of information seeking and retrieval studies seem to focus on these concepts, albeit in different ways. It is widely understood that concepts form the basis for describing and explaining phenomena and processes in a field of study. Within the field of Information Science, many of the concepts used need to be understood in terms of research context, as a variety of meanings can be attached to most concepts. This in turn may be of interest to researchers and students within this field. The article concludes that context should be the foundation for any research within this field, with the observation that many of the models discussed describe general information seeking behavior, without catering for variations.
Keywords: Information Seeking; Conceptual Framework
 

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Geeta Rani

A STUDY OF PERCEIVED PARENTAL ENCOURAGEMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO LOCALITY, CASTE AND PARENTAL INCOME

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8466/8470

 Parents play an important role in all round development of the child.  Parental encouragement plays a major role in determining the attitude, behaviour and self-image of the child.  Adolescence is a period of dramatic change. Parental support and encouragement is critical in adolescence as anxiety and resulting problems related to adolescence may lead to depressed mood, lowered self esteem and impaired family and peer relationships.  200 students (100 rural and 100 urban) of 14-16 year (class 9th and 10th grade) from Government schools of Kurukshetra District of Haryana were included in sample.  Parental Encouragement scale (PES) developed by Dr. R.R.Sharma was used to collect the data. t-test and ANOVA was used to analyse the data. Findings indicated that high school students do not differ significantly in getting parental encouragement in terms of locality, caste and parental income.

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Geeta Rani

DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF AUDIO LESSONS IN SOCIAL STUDIES

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8471/8480

 

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Anju Mala Agrawal

GEPAL CHAMPU KAVYA ME VIDHA VAISHISHTYA

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8481/8485

 

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Jeughale Poonam Balasaheb

LEADERSHIP

Oct-Nov,2018, Vol - 6/30, Page - 8486/8498

 An important distinction is made by some between leadership and manage¬ment. To manage means to direct, to bring about to accomplish, and to have responsibility for. The functions of management, as described in chapter one, are planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. The successful manager is viewed as someone who achieves results by following the prescribed activities and by maintaining behaviors and products within prescribed limits. To lead, however, is to inspire, to influence, and to motivate. Effective leaders inspire others to pursue excellence, to extend themselves and to go beyond their perform job requirements by generating creative ideas.

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