JAN - FEB, 2019, SRJIS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49
Imapct Factor: 6.371
ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 01-Mar-2019

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Mr. Shashi Bhushan & Prof. Amaresh kumar

EFFECT OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ENDURANCE TRAINING AND COMBINED TRAINING ON SELECTED PHYSICAL FITNESS VARIABLES

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11606/11611

 The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of resistance training, endurance training and combined training on selected physical fitness variables.  Sixty male students aged between 17 and 22 years were selected for the study.  They were divided into four equal groups, each group consisting of fifteen subjects in which Group I underwent resistance training, group II underwent endurance training, group III underwent combined training three days per week for twelve weeks and group IV acted as control, which did not participate in any training.  The subjects were tested on selected criterion variables such as leg strength, back strength and cardio-respiratory endurance at prior to and immediately after the training period.  For testing the leg strength and back strength, the dynamometer was used and to test the cardio-respiratory endurance, the Cooper’s 12 minutes run/walk test was administered.  The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to find out the significant difference if any, between the experimental groups and control group on selected criterion variables separately.  Since there were four groups involved in the present study, the Scheffé S test was used as post-hoc test.  The selected criterion variables such as leg strength, back strength and cardio-respiratory endurance were improved significantly for all the training groups when compared with the control group and the leg and back strength were improved significantly for resistance training group and in cardio-respiratory endurance, the endurance training group was significantly improved.
Key Words: Resistance training, endurance training, physical fitness, leg strength, back strength and cardio-respiratory endurance.
 

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Tudor O. Bompa, Periodization : Theory and Methodology of Training, (4th ed.,), (Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics Publishers, 1999), p.54. Dietrich Harre, Principles of Sports Training, (Sportverlag, Berlin 1982), p.10.

Prof. B. J. Mundhe

DEVELOPMENT OF READING WITH COMPREHENSION SKILL IN ENGLISH

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11621/11622

 In the teaching-learning process, the act of reading has to be given adequate importance. It is through reading; a student has the chance of improving one’s vocabulary and comes across the style of presentation. Students read more widely and think more deeply as they grow. The new thoughts call for words they have never used before, and more complex and more subtle arrangements, of words, phrases and sentences, and so there is a need for refining and extending the reading skills, as teacher educators, the author has found that the more one reads, these aspects get registered in the mind and is spontaneously reflected in their speech and writing. A good reader is often seen as a good writer as well as a good speaker. How well we teach a second language will depend on how well we teach reading English.
Keywords: Reading, Comprehension, Reading with comprehension
 

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Philomena De Condappa, P. Sivakumar and S.Sudalaimuthu, (2012), Enhancing Reading Skills through Multimedia, New Delhi: Neelkamal Publications Pvt. Ltd Ahuja, C.C.and Ahuja P. (1987), How to Increase Reading Speed. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers private Limited.(pg 63-64)

Mitra Mondal

AN APPRAISAL OF CHIPKO MOVEMENT

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11623/11625

 Environmental movement occurs due to degradation of environmental quality which in turn affects socio economic conditions of the local people. Chipko was the first environmental movement by village women of hilly areas after independence. The tribal women played a novel role in this movement as their daily work associated with directly and indirectly with forests resources .Deforestation makes their life difficult. This movement started to protect the forest cover in hilly areas. 
Key words: Conservation, deforestation, environmental, movement, protect
 

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Ahuja, ram.2004. Society in India.jaipurRawat Publication Banaszak, Lee, Ann.1996.Why Movements Succeeds or Fail, Princeton: Princeton University Press Hasnain, Nadeem.2004. Indian Society and Culture: Continuity and Change. New Delhi:Jawahar Publishers and Distributers.

Shri. Nanasaheb Walmik Kurhade

JILHA PARISHDECHYA SHALANT PRATHMIK SHIKSHNAT TANTRDNYANACHA SHIKSHNAVER ZALELYA PARINAMKARUKTECHA ABHYAS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11626/11631

 जिल्हा परिषदेच्या शाळांमधील प्राथमिक शाळांमध्ये डिजिटल शाळा संकल्पना मोठ्या प्रमाणावर रुजतांना दिसत आहे.याची परिणामकारकता अजमावून पाहणे आवश्यक होते.तांत्रिक साधनांचा वापर गुणवत्ता यात शिक्षक-विद्यार्थी-शाळा प्रशासन ,विद्यार्थी-पालक यात आदानप्रदान वाढले.विशिष्ट घटक डिजिटल रुपात जतन करून वारंवार अनुभवता येतो.संबोध-स्पष्टता यात वाढ झाली.video प्रत्यक्ष जतन करणे पुन्हा पुनः अनुभवणे सोपे जाते.digitalizationमुले शिक्षण क्षेत्र दर्जेदार आश्वासक होऊ लागल्याचे चित्र निर्माण झाले आहे.फक्त याचा दर्जेदार सर्वत्र वापर होणे गरजेचे आहे.

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Prof. Priya Bhushan Kapadne

ROLE OF ERP IN HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11632/11640

 

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www. wikipedia.org www.webopedia.com ISBN publication book of Ashoka Education foundation’s ‘Creative Learning Society’

Vidya N. Jadhav & Sujata P. Pawar

BRIDGING THE GAP: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11641/11644

 Environmental education is very important issue. It is duty of teacher to inculcate environmental awareness among students.  Students in Indian school come from diverse background .Some may not have easy access to technology. As 21st century educators it is our duty to find strategies that level the educational playing field for all learners. Teachers can foster the student engagement in activities that support appreciation of the environment and natural resources in understanding the environmental issues. Across the nation ,schools are increasing access to technologies in the classroom. Therefore, providing  education with appropriate resources and strategies supports environmental literacy should be essential component of all technology plans. 

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Jasmin Ahmad, ShahidAhmad ,KhanAreum,(2012) Computer applications ineducation,Hyderabad: Neelkamal publication Sharma Y.K.( 2013) Foundations of Educational Technology Evaluation and Assesment ,New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers

Shalaka Wikhe, Prof Nutan Deshmukh & Kuldeep Deshpande

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE TOOLS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11645/11648

 Big Data, as the name suggests means large collections of data sets containing information. Due to its huge and complex data sets, processing on traditional data processing applications is difficult. This challenge makes it necessary to produce various tools in big data. Over a period of time, a lot of efforts have been taken in growing competent tools for performing various tasks in big data. In today\'s business situation, it is important for an organization to make better business decisions. With the changing variations, the need for updated and corrected information is mandatory for efficient decision making to survive in the competition. BI is a broad category of applications and technologies for collecting, storing, analyzing and accessing data. BI tools provide robust reporting, data analysis and data integration for various organisations to make faster and better decisions and to gain new insights about business and markets. This can be used for developing services, products and achieving good operational efficiency. For this purpose, we have presented a comparative analysis of existing capabilities in various BI tools, which is meant to help in the selection of the best BI platform to each organisation. In this paper, we study and compare Qlikview, spotfire, tableau. 
Keywords: Business Intelligence (BI), Tools, Data Visualisation, Qlikview, Spotfire, Tableau 
 

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[1] Dr. Sailesh .S. Iyer, Dr. Kamaljit Lakhtaria “Practical Evaluation and Comparative Study of Big Data Analytical Tools”, IJIRCCE, Vol.5, Special Issue 2, April 2017 [2] Harshil T. Kanakia, “Report Generation using Business Intelligence Tools: A comparative Study”, IJARC, Volume 5, No. 5, May-June 2014

Manju Maria Solomon

THE BHAKTI MOVEMENT AND THE STATUS OF “WOMEN” IN THE FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH CENTURY

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11654/11649

 

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1.Monnier Williams,Brahmanism and Hinduism,London,p.,83 2.J.R.kamble, The Pursuit of Equality in Indian History,New Delhi,1985,pp.83-11 3. S.C.Malik,ed.,Dissent, Protest and Reform in Indian Civilization,Simla1977keynote address, pp. 10-26 4.Sharma R.S.,Problem of Transition from Ancient to Medieval in Indian History Journal of Indian Historical Review,vol.I,March,1974

Priyadarshani B. More

DEVELOPMENT OF MAHAD CITY- A GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11655/11660

 Development is a human process and the desire to improve upon the current circumstances, is the motivation behind any process of development. There are many parameters of measuring development, as well as many factors affects on development of any one region or area. Generally favourable physical conditions, development of industrialization, increase in literary ratio, increase and development in basic infrastructural and social facilities, development in agriculture, tourism, development of natural resources, these major factors determines the development of any region or city or country. The present paper is based on secondary data, which is collected from Nagar-Parishad and socio-economic abstract of Raigad district. The present paper also examines the different parameters which are responsible for the development of Mahad city. It is found that Mahad city is developed during 1991-2001 due to establishment of M.I.D.C. After the industrial development the changes occurred in different aspects of Mahad city i.e. increase in population, schools, colleges, medical facilities, commercial centers, roads, landuse changes etc. 
Key Words: Development, development parameters, industrial development.
 

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Carter Herald (1972): The study of urban geography, Arnold concept publishing company, new delhi-1. District Gazzetters of Raigad (1966): Govt.of Maharashtra. Mandal, R.B. (1999): Urban Geography, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi-1.

Priyadarshani B. More

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS IN MAHAD CITY

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11661/11665

 Development plays very vital role in changing population of a city. Population characteristics shows relationship between geographical condition and economic development as well as changes in population. This paper aims to provide information about how population characteristics changes with economic development with the Mahad city as a case study. The results of the statistical analyses also point toward the existence of a unidirectional causality from economic development to changes in population characteristics in the Mahad city.
Key Words: Development, population characteristics.
 

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Carter Herald (1972): The study of urban geography, Arnold concept publishing company, new delhi-1. District Gazzetters of Raigad (1966): Govt.of Maharashtra. Mandal, R.B. (1999): Urban Geography, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi-1.

V. S. Sumi

TEACHERS AND LIFELONG LEARNING: HOW MUCH IT WORKS?

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11666/11671

 Purpose: The present study is directed towards finding out the status of teachers in continuing their education after securing a permanent job. 
Methodology: 50 teachers who are technology friendly are identified and selected as random sampling method. Data was collected using lifelong learning questionnaire. Lifelong learning in this study encompass the teachers’ participation and interest in doing or continuing any course after getting the job. Percentage analysis was done to find out the status. 
Findings: Results of the analysis indicate that though the teachers are technology friendly, they are not able to do any course and continue their learning because of so many obstacles either arises from the job or lack of time. Majority of the teachers opined that job promotion is the major fact for which gives thrust to do any course or taking interest in lifelong learning.
Relevance: In this technological era, updating the skills and knowledge especially for teachers is essential to go along with students. Otherwise you will be feeling like ‘odd one out’. There is vast variety of platform for the teachers to ignite and update their knowledge. Make utilize those to fit in to the new generation classrooms. 
Keywords: Lifelong learning, Technology, Classroom
 

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Aspin, D.N. & Chapman, J.D. (2000) Lifelong Learning: Concepts and Conceptions. International Journal of Lifelong Learning 19, 1, 2-19, January. Egenti, M. N. &Omoruyi, P. (2011) Challenges of Women Participation in Continuing Higher Education Programme: Implications for Adult Women Counselling and Education. Edo journal of counseling4,1, 130-143, January.

Tina Roy & Karuna Gupta

A STUDY OF THE VALUE ORIENTED BEHAVIOR OF ADOLESCENTS BASED ON THEIR GENDER

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11673/11679

 The paper uses the premise of Difference in the Kohlberg and Giligan’s Theories on Moral Development in male and females that states that male and female are differs when it comes to perceiving a situation and reacting to it. Kohlberg’s theory proposes that the changes in moral development occurring at various stages are mainly due to critical thinking in both male and that post-conventional stage is not attained by females. Whereas, Gilligan’s theory contests that no post-conventional level of moral thinking can be dealt based on the two types of thinking. She also said that Kohlberg’s theory is only limited few moral values and does not consider the other values that are equally important in development of an individual’s character and personality. This paper examines the gender differences in the fundamental value orientations of adolescent students from class Eight. It focuses on the values such as Peace, Compassion, Truth, Patience and Perseverance thathave remained as constants in the human condition throughout the centuries.Since the cognitive and other developments required to understand and practice these values develop post middle childhood adolescents were chosen as sample for this study. A Descriptive Survey method was used to collect data from 193 students from class eight of English medium State Board schools across Mumbai. The tool used was a situational analysis survey scale on their Value Oriented Behavior. The Descriptive Analysis of the data was conducted using - Mean, SD, Skewness and Kurtosis. The Inferential Analysis was carried outwith ‘t’ test.Through the study it was found that there is a significant difference in the value oriented behavior of adolescents on the basis of their gender.
Key words: Adolescents, Values, Value Orientation, Gender difference
 

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Cross, Catharine P.; Copping, Lee T.; Campbell, Anne (2011). "Sex differences in impulsivity: a meta-analysis". Psychological Bulletin. 137 (1): 97–130. doi: 10.1037/a0021591. ISSN 1939-1455. PMID 21219058. Deutsch FM, Servis LJ, Payne JD. (2001).Parental participation in child care and its effects on children’s self-esteem and attitudes toward gendered roles. Journal of Family Issues; 1000-1024.

K. Sheeba

WHETHER B.Ed PROGRAM HAD ENHANCED THE STUDENT TEACHERS MOTIVATION FOR TEACHING

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11680/11689

 Teacher education is a systematic process of unearthing the treasure within each and every teacher and subsequently every learner in each and every learning situation. It is the continuous process, which makes the individuals to realize, the magnitude and potentialities, if nurtured and inculcated in the right perspective and can make a tremendous contribution at every part of the society. The success of training depends to a large extent on the quality trainers, their academic and professional standing, and mastery over the subject matter, level of motivation, commitment and conviction. The investigator collected data from a population of B.Ed. student teachers. In the present study, Survey Method is employed to describe and interpret. In B.Ed., course both male and female student teachers were chosen. The sample size chosen for B.Ed., student teachers are 66. The present research resulted in 91.7% of Computer Science pedagogy student teachers ranked first among the other pedagogy in expressing their view that B.Ed programme had enhanced their motivation towards teaching profession. Moreover, 71.2% of student teachers realize that teachers should be lifelong learners (to keep abreast in resent development of subjects concerned).Education implication has been discussed. 

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Brookhart, S. M., Freeman, D. J. (1992). Characteristics of entering student teachers. Review of Educational Research 62(1), 37-60. Deci, E.L. (1975). Instrinsic Motivation. New York: Plenum

Anand B. Dadas

A STUDY ON PUNE CITY AS DEVELOPING AND GROWING TOURISM FRIENDLY DESTINATION IN INDIA

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11690/11701

 Tourism friendly destination is a recent term coined to growing tourism destinations all over the world. It is particularly related to satisfy the needs and demands of domestic as well as international tourists at the destination. In the city tourism, recent practices have shownthat tourism providers have given emphasis to the general provision of physical and infrastructural facilities compared to the facilitiesand services that meet and satisfies the tourists’ needs. Pune being a developing smart city with a lot many new ventures and projects coming to pune. The public and private players into tourism have realized the importance of the city as a tourism destination. The huge amount is poured by the Local Corporation and government to develop metro rail and other connectivity with in the city. Therefore, this research paper is an attempt to figure out pune as the most tourist friendly destination for domestic tourists and international tourist globally. This study contributes to the tourism providers and planners in developing pune city tourism towards most tourism friendlydestination. Thus, this paper aims to develop a preliminary concept of tourism friendly destination from tourist’s perspective in city tourism.Certainly Pune has all the elements to be the best tourism destination in the world.
Keywords: Tourism, Domestic, Tourist, Pune, Destination.
 

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Lipmann G (2007) Tourism success stories and shooting stars. Proceedingpaper at World Tourism Conference. pp. 1-9. Kozak M (1999) Destination competitiveness measurement: Analysis ofeffective factors and indicators.

Jaskaran Kaur

TO STUDY STRESS, RESILIENCE AND RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH OF FEMALE PLAYER AND NON- PLAYER STUDENTS

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11703/11708

 

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Bailey, K., Moulton, M., and Moulton, P. 1999. Athletics as a predictor of self-esteem and approval motivation. The Sports Journal,2(2): 1-5. Carcach, C. Y., Huntley, C. 2002. Community Participation and Regional Crime. Australian Institute of Criminology. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice Number 222. (Canberra: AIC).

Jayeeta Bagchi

TOURISM AND THE LOCAL COMMUNITY: AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE ON COASTAL STRETCH OF EAST MEDINIPUR

Jan-Feb,2019, Vol - 6/49, Page - 11709/11717

 Tourism is considered as a catalyst in employment generation and social integration and aims to spruce up economic growth of a place. Many local communities recognize tourism for its stimulating capacity to change in social, cultural, environmental and economic dimensions. Coastal area, consist a major proportion of population and economic activities, which depend mostly on its natural resources. Such conditions reflect the importance of these areas in terms of the welfare of the coastal communities. This paper intends to conduct an analysis of economic conditions of the coastal community in Mandarmoni, a tourism site along the coastal stretch of East Medinipur district, West Bengal. The analysis intends to pinpoint the major findings on impact of tourism on employment, labour supply, occupational structure, and level of income and also analyze the comparability of such factors among previous and present generation of the local community, to get the changing scenario over the time. The survey conducted, involved detailed field work, shows a significant impact of tourism on the economic profile of the local communities at Mandarmoni. 
Keywords: Coastal tourism, local community, economic condition
 

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Ashe, J.W. (2005). Tourism investment as a tool for development and poverty reduction. The experience in Small Island Developing States (SIDS). Basu, J. (2009) On The Waterfront, The Telegraph- Metro on Sunday.

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