SEPT-OCT, 2017, SRJIS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36
Imapct Factor: 6.17
ISSN: 2278-8808
Date: 04-Nov-2017

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies


Pratibha Sharma & Pragati Saxena

UCCHATTAR MADHYAMIK VIDHYALAYO ME ADHYAYANRAT VIDHYARTHIYONKE MULYON PAR CHALCHITRA KE PRABHAV KA ADHYAYAN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6572/6581

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Jasmeet Bedi

YOGAINTOCLASSROOM PRACTICES: NEED OF THEHOUR

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6582/6590

 We are living in the world of 21st century which is known as the world of ‘Mental Stress’ in these circumstances, knowledge amplifies day by day. There is a knowledge explosion in the world, hence each and every person tries to get this knowledge by new andmost recent medias& they also use it. In this direction there is a qualitative growing up in the person for in receipt of knowledge & its use by appreciative. In the same way, we notice the qualitative addition in the educational organization, teachers and students, which are going to get knowledge. In these circumstances teachers and students feel a perplexity. Learner or student of today is not only physically unhealthy but also mentally or emotionally. So it becomes duty or responsibility of a teacher to incorporate such practices in his classroom so that stress, tension, anxiety, frustration etc. of their students reduces which ultimately affect upon their academic as well as socio-psychological performance. The present paper throws light on benefits of yoga into classroom, studies conducted on the same, challenges before a teacher.

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Berlin (2015).The effect of yoga in the classroom.www.iayt.org/?page=yogager. Damia , E. Toyras (2013). Effects of incorporation yoga into a classroom on student engagement during literacy lessons.M.Ed.dissertation, Northern Michigan University. Dollan, M. (2007). The complete yoga: The lineage of integral education.California: Hunter House, International Forum of Teaching and Studies. Ferreira-Vorkapic (2015); Serwacki& Cook Cottone(2012).Effect of school-based yoga and mindfulness practices on student health, behavior, and academic performance.www.hindawi.com/journals/ecam/2015/345835. Gajjar, N.(2012).Effect of yoga exercises on achievement, memory and reasoning ability. International Journal for Research in Education (IJRE),1(1),35,36,47 December: 2012 ISSN: 2320-091X Galantino(2008).Clinical applications of yoga in pediatric population.www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › NCBI › Literature › PubMed Central (PMC)

Charudatta Achyut Gandhe

REDEFINING INFORMATION LITERACY IN INDIAN CONTEXT

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6591/6604

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ACRL (2000). Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/informationliteracy competency_ ilde. ALA (1989). A Progress Report on Information Literacy: An Update on the American Library Association Presidential Committee on Information Literacy: Final Report. Chicago: American Library Association. http://www.ala.org/ ala/ mgrps/divs/acrl/publications/whitepapers/progressreport.cfm Bainton, T. (2001) Information literacy and academic libraries: the SCONUL approach. Proceedings of the 67th IFLA Council and General Conference, August 16-25, 2001. Bawden, D. (2001). Information and digital literacy: a review of concepts. Journal of Documentation, 57(2), 218-259.

Kiran Kumar K. S

A STUDY THE POSITION OF TEACHING OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN RURAL SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF SHIKARIPURA TALUK

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6605/6615

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Abbas, Zare, E., and Abbas, Shekarey. (2010). Comparative Study of The Use of ICT in English Teaching-Learning process. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education-TOJDE, 11, 2, 13-22. Agnihotri, R. K. and Khanna, A. L. (1995). English Language Teaching in India: Issues and Innovations. New Delhi: Sage Publication. Ahmed, Fiayaz. (2000). English Language Teaching: Breaking the Barrier. The Progress of Education, 24, 10, 218-219. Malaikkani, S. (2007). The Big Trouble with the Small Words in Learning English. Edutracks, 6, 10, 19-20.

Shankar Chatterjee

EMPOWERMENT OF RURAL WOMEN THROUGH SHGS: A STUDY IN TELANGANA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6616/6623

 The self-help group (SHG) is a powerful instrument to empower economically backward women of rural India as the women members under the SHG not only can earn income but they feel empowered also. With the launching of Swarnajaynti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) by the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India from April 1999, subsequently rechristened as Deen Dayal Antyodaya Yojana–National Rural Livelihood Mission (DAY-NRLM) self-help group approach (SHG) has been given utmost importance in India for the development of rural women mainly focusing on below poverty line households.  SHG concept is popular in many rural areas of India as through economic development and subsequently empowering, rural women have got a solid platform.  This research article has discussed the how rural women after forming SHGs in Ranga Reddy district (R.R. District) of Telangana were not only earning and contributing to the family but felt empowered also. The study was carried out at Gandipet village of Gandipet Mandal, Ranga Reddy (R.R.) district in September 2017.  The some women members of 10 different SHGs were contacted and few individual cases are presented here. 
Keywords: Empowerment, Earning, Rural women, SHG and Ranga Reddy district.        

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Chatterjee Shankar (2015) “Rural Development Programmes in India” RBSA Publishers, Jaipur Government of Telangana, “Annual Report (2015-16) of Rural Development”, Hyderabad Yunus Muhammad “Banker to the poor”; the story of the Grameen Bank”, (2007) Published by Penguin Books. UN ACC Task Force on Rural Development, “Monitoring and Evaluation Guiding Principles”, 1984, IFAD, Rome www. streenidhi.telangana.gov.in/3rd October 2017

Shaik Rahamath Bee & P. Sree Devi

THE IMPACT OF HUMAN CAPITAL WITH EMPHASIS ON CANDIDNESS IN THE INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT IN INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING AN EMPIRICAL STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SELECT UNIVERSITIES OF ANDHRA PRADESH STATE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6624/6630

 Intellectual Capital is knowledge that creates value and strength to an individual as well as institution. It is a tradable entity. An organization can accumulate wealth with the help of intangibles. Intellectual Capital is knowledge that can be transformed into usefulness which has worth. Almost all the latest developments in every sector is a byproduct of knowledge. The knowledge that can be used which is present in the minds and nature of individuals need to be tapped and has to be converted. For the conversion of tacit knowledge into explicit Candidness of an individual is very essential. Candidness makes an individual to share and gain knowledge for the advantage of self as well as the organisation. This study brings together the relevant factors of  human capital with emphasis on Candidness in the Intellectual Capital Management in the effective performance in Institutions of higher learning. To accomplish these objectives data is collected with the help of Questionnaire and Schedule and administered to permanent teaching fraternity of select universities in Andhra Pradesh using random sampling technique and the data is analysed using SPSS.
Findings: From this study it has been established that Candidness variable of human capital has significant impact on the intellectual capital management in institutions of Higher Learning. 
Keywords: Intellectual capital ,Human Capital ,Intangible Asset, Candidness.
 

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Dr.Ramakanta K.Patra(2011)”Strategic Human Resource Management and Organisational Development” Himalaya Publishing House.p 242 .Bontis, N. (1998) ‘Intellectual capital: an exploratory study that develops measures and models’,Management Decision, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp.63–76

Meenu Kumari

TIKA RAM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION LIBRARY: A USER SURVEY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6631/6635

 The present study highlights the weakness and strengthens of Tika Ram College of Education Library. Users are the mirror of any library, we may see the face of any library through users. For this study researcher distributed total 220 questionnaires to different categories of users and got back 187 (85%) filled questionnaires. Present study also highlights the behavior of users in searching their required material and evaluation of library services.
 

10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10006

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Annual reports of Tika Ram college library. http://www.netugclibraryonlineguideline.com

Jasna P. Varijan

CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS: AN INVESTIGATIVE SURVEY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6636/6640

 The whole human race is travelling through an age of exploitation, social, political, economic, cultural and so on. All these ill-treatments influence the daily life of the common man as a considerable issue. Critical consciousness of a person significantly affects the situation. It enables man to critically analyze the structural oppression and to change inequalities within their sociopolitical environments (Freire, 1973, 1993) through critical reflection and critical action. At the same time it keeps them away from victimization. The society expects rattling renovations from the new generation which is the only way for structural improvement of the milieu. All that depends on the critical consciousness of the imminent generation. Hence the study focuses on the mensuration of critical consciousness of secondary school students who represent the impending generation. At the same time the study values the effectiveness of prevailing educational system of the state in developing critical consciousness as the system is said to be rooted in Freirian ideas and concepts and giving prominence to the development of critical consciousness. The present study attempts to chalk out the level of Critical Consciousness among secondary school students of Kerala. Survey method is adopted for the study. Sample constitutes 125 students of standard eighth. Critical consciousness Scale developed by the investigators is used for the data collection. The survey reveals mediocrity of Critical Consciousness among the secondary school students.
Key words: Conscientization, Critical Consciousness, Critical Reflection, Critical Action, Secondary School Students  
 

10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10007

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Freire, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed, New York: The Seabury Press. Freire, P. (1972) Cultural Action for Freedom, New York: Penguin Books. Freire, P. (1973). Education for critical consciousness. New York: Continuum. Freire, P. (1974).Education for Critical Consciousness.London: Sheed and Ward Ltd. Freire, P. (1993). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Continuum. Sanders, T.G. (1968).The Paulo Freire Method: Literacy Training and Conscientizacion, West Coast South America Series Chile, 15(1), 1 – 17. Taylor, P.V. (1993).The Texts of Paulo Freire. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Shimimol P. S & Hassan Koya M. P

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITIVE DISSONANCE AND ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AMONG HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6641/6645

 Cognitive dissonance is a theory originally developed by Leon Festinger. He is proposing that dissonance, which is the existence of non fitting relations among cognition, is a motivating factor in its own right. This motivating factor encourages the learner to be more self confident in his actions or conclusions and distinguish between correct and incorrect solutions. This motivation will lead to reach the correct decision about a particular problem. The study aims to find out the relationship between cognitive dissonance and achievement in Mathematics among higher secondary school students. Cognitive dissonance was measured by using Cognitive Dissonance Scale developed by the investigator. The sample consists of 100 higher secondary school students from Malappuram districts. The study reveals that cognitive dissonance and achievement in mathematics is significantly related.
Key words: Cognitive dissonance, achievement in mathematics

10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10008

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Blank,L.M.(2000). A Metacognitive learning cycle: A better warranty for student understanding? Science education, 84, 486-506. Cantor, G.N.(1983). Conflict Learning and Piaget: Comments on Zimmerman and Bloms “Towards an empirical test of the role of cognitive Conflict in learning”. Developmental Review, 3, 39-53. Druyan, S. (2001). A compassion of four types of cognitive conflict and their effect on cognitive development. International journal of behavioral development, 25, 226-236. Duit, R., & Treagust, D.F.(2003). Conceptual change : A powerful frame work for improving science teaching and learning. International journal of science education, 25, 671-688. Eichinger, J. (1997). Successful students perceptions of secondary school science. School Science and mathematics, 97, 122-131.

Sangeeta Pawar

A STUDY OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6646/6651

 The present study reports about the academic achievement motivation differences among 9th standard students. A sample of 200 students comprised of 100 (50 males and 50 females) urban and 100 rural (50 males and 50 females) students selected randomly from the government schools of Hawalbagh block of district Almora of Uttarakhand. The Tools used in the study were Academic Achievement Motivation Test standardized by Sharma (2010) and a Personal Information Schedule constructed by the researcher. The results revealed significant differences among rural and urban students and general and other caste students. However, no significant differences were obtained in the male and female students in the level of academic achievement motivation.
Key Words: Academic Achievement Motivation, Secondary students

10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10009

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Entwistle, N.J. (1968), Academic Motivation and School Attainment. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 38 (2) , 181-188. Hwang, Y.S., C. Echols & K. Vrongistions (2002), Multidimensional Academic Motivation of High Achieving African American students .College Student Journal, 36 (4),544-554.

Sanjiw Kumar Manjre

SATNAMI SAMAJ: CHALLENGING RURAL CASTE INSTITUTION IN CHHATTISGARH

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6652/6656

 SatnamiSamaj is almost living in rural Chhattisgarh (India). It has separate social institutions from Hinduism. Satnamis have own Bhandari and Satidar (ritual priest) who are conducting the entire social functions such as marriages, death ceremonies, religious rituals and nomination of a new born baby in the society. All these changes were really challenging for the Satnamisamaj which comes after long social and religious Satnami movement. Its credit goes to Guru Ghasidas and his followers during the early 19th Century. Satnamisamaj had been rejected to caste hierarchy. Though, change is a continuous process hence rural caste institutions have been changing. Books, articles, internet and others useful secondary resources have been used to complete the research paper.
Keywords: SatnamiSamaj, Rural, Caste Institution, Chhattisgarh
 10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10010

 

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Vandana Singh

ENSURING SOCIAL INCLUSION AND QUALITY IN LEARNING OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS THROUGH INCLUSIVE TEACHER EDUCATION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6657/6666

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Ainscow, M. (1997).Toward inclusive schooling. British Journal of Special Education, 24(1), 3-6. Avramidis, E., Bayliss, P., & Burden, R. (2000).Student teachers' attitudes toward inclusion of children with special educational needs in the ordinary school. Teaching and Teacher Education, 16, 277-293. Beyer, L. (2001).The value of critical perspectives in teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education, 52(2), 151-163.

Jasim Ahmad

GIRLS EDUCATION UNDER SARVA SIKSHA ABHIYAAN: A STUDY IN FOUR DISTRICTS OF UTTAR PRADESH (INDIA)

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6667/6682

 Men and women are the two driving wheels of society; both depend on each other. In the ancient, medieval and pre-modern periods the societies remained patriarchal in nature. Modern and post-modern society has brought sea changes in the perception of men towards women. Now women hold a better position, respect and dignity. Women have proved, through various examples that they can work rubbing shoulders with men in all walks of life. This progression has created the demand for equal educational opportunities to men and women. As women carry a dual role of homemakers as well as professionals, they are placed in a more important position to be the center of gravity of the family. Due to this remarkable significance, education of girls has become more important. Reaching out to each and every girl child is central to the efforts of universalizing elementary education. SarvaShikshaAbhiyan (SSA) or ‘Education for All’ (EFA) Programme recognizes that ensuring girl’s education requires changes, not only in the education system of the state, but also in societal attitudes. The Present paper discusses the status and prospects of girls’ education in the four districts of Uttar Pradesh (India) in the light of schemes launched under SarvaShikshaAbhiyan (SSA), implemented in the entire country in 2001.
Keywords: SarvaShikshaAbhiyan (SSA), Girls Education, Elementary Education, Education For All (EFA), Kasturba Gandhi BalikaVidyalayas (KGBVs)

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Arun Verma

CYBERCRIME: BIGGEST THREAT TO NATIONAL ECONOMY AND SECURITY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6683/6691

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Arvind Kr. Gill & Kusum

TEACHING APPROACHES, METHODS AND STRATEGY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6692/6697

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Gopal Krishna Thakur

PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6698/6706

 This paper presents and analyses the outcomes of a study which attempted to look into the dynamics of educational processes prevailing in some of the private universities of the National Capital Region (NCR) of India and their Knowledge Management (KM) practices. The assumption that led to conceptualising and embarking on the present study is that the knowledge management practices assume a pivotal place in an institution if the institution has to succeed in its endeavours. The societies across the world today thrive in terms of science, technology and economy on the basis of how well its education system flourishes to boost its various dimensions of development, how well its knowledge management system grows in tune with its paradigmatic transformation processes. The phenomenon of knowledge management practice is not new in the context of the academic peripheries of educational institutions. The educational and institutional reforms have been a perpetual practice in our history of educational system, the root of which can be traced back to eighteenth century or even earlier. However, the last century of the pre-independence era and post independent India has witnessed some of the most important educational reforms at policy and implementation level. All such policy interventions have had meticulously structured knowledge management practices as their inbuilt mechanism to achieve the envisioned educational goals. However the attention that the concept of knowledge management practices has been able to draw from all corners of knowledge community now-a-days is relatively new. The social and human activities across the globe have become more knowledge centred. Therefore the organizations lagging behind in terms of identifying, valuing, creating and evolving their knowledge assets are more likely to become obsolete in comparison to their counterparts that are actively engaged in the process of churning out the nuances of knowledge management practices. The paper contends that for institutions, to keep in pace with the fast changing dynamics of the knowledge based society and economy, knowledge management practices are the most important strategies that the institutions need to adopt as soon as possible. Otherwise it would be very difficult to remain relevant in terms of a higher seat of learning in society.  
Keywords: KM Strategy, Organisational Culture, Organisational Processes, Knowledge Management
 
 

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G. Balaji

A STUDY ON DROPOUTS OF SCHEDULED TRIBE STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6707/6711

 Even though government proposed many policies, the higher secondary schools students face many problems, particularly the students of ST higher secondary schools located in rural areas, students face many problems, to get their higher secondary education and those problems are focused on various aspects such as Environmental, Economical, Familial, Social and School. All these aspects are considered as basic factors which influence the various problems of ST students studying in schools located in rural areas. If downtrodden groups ST students problems are to be solved, their problems must be first identified and then teachers, parents, government and social agencies must show much attention on student’s problems so that their educational status may be enhanced. The problems free students will be pioneer for the future student’s development. If the downtrodden groups of ST student’s problems are not recognized by the government and school authorities, there is a possibility of devastating the young student’s life and thereby they may enter in antisocial activities/delinquent activities in the society and schools.  Moreover, if adolescent ST students don’t have educational awareness, their illiteracy, ignorance and illegal, social and moral activities will be transmitted to the younger generation and that will affect the development of the society at some extent. Therefore, it is the need of the how to identify their problems in all aspects and these problems must be solved by the authorities for their social, moral, educational and economical developments.
 

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Padvi A. T.

WOMEN’S ROLE AND CONTRIBUTION TO NTFPs BASED LIVELIHOOD OF WESTERN SATPURA IN NANDURBAR DISTRICT

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6712/6718

 Forests constitute a significant element of the natural capital of an economy. The term NTFPs refers to a broad spectrum of biomass related products, food, fiber, fodder, gums and resins, medicinal plants, structural materials and a range of other items of sustenance and economic value. The western Satpura region in Nandurbar district which is rich in natural vegetation and it has a wide range of variety of NTFPs plants. On the basis of field survey was identified 68 plants and 2 insect species that were used to fulfill varied needs of local forest dwellers. It was interesting note that forest dwellers residents sell as many as 15 species in local market to earn cash income. In fact those women’s are important role and contribution of NTFPs related activities, i.e. collection, processing and marketing. NTFPs play a key role in the life and economy of the forest dwellers living in and around the forest. 
Keywords: NTFPs, Tribal women, collection, processing and marketing. 

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Rege K, Ingle H, Mallya S, Qureshi J & Shah V

KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS OF HIV/AIDS AMONG MARRIED AND NEVER MARRIED ADULTS (25-35 YEARS) IN MUMBAI & THANE DISTRICT

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6719/6741

 AIDS is an illness that damages a person‘s ability to fight off disease, leaving the body open to attack from ordinarily innocuous infections and some forms of cancers. AIDS is caused by a virus called HIV, which stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. This virus infects certain types of white blood cells. People infected with HIV may have no symptoms for ten or more years. They may not know they are infected. The objectives of the study was to ascertain the knowledge and awareness regarding HIV/AIDS in terms of: i) meaning ii) reasons iii) symptoms iv) precautions v) role of media vi) treatment and therapy vii) stigma and discrimination viii) challenges and strategies to overcome challenges among the age group of 25-35 years among married and never married males and females. The sample consisted of 120 participants (30 married men, 30 married women, 30 never married men, and 30 never married women) ages 25-35 years. Most of the participants belonged to nuclear family (49.2%) hailed from various religions, such as Hindu (48%); Jain (34.2%). Most participants were graduates (42%) and a few, post graduate (32%). More of the participants were professionals (28.3%) and a few in businesses (25%). The self-constructed tool was divided into two categories a) Proforma [18 introductory questions, such as gender family type] and b) knowledge and awareness related 9 items such as, meaning, reasons, symptoms regarding HIV/AIDS. Results revealed that a little more than one third of the total participants indicated the meaning of term AIDS, as a disease and disorder such as a sexual disorder and a few stated the meaning of term HIV as a disease, such as, sexual disease, and illness. Almost all mentioned about unprotected sex with person suffering from HIV/AIDS, a substantial majority also stated of blood transfusion as a reason. A large majority also stated of reused syringes/injections, blade/razor or any sharp thing. A majority of the participants mentioned about recurring fever, chills and night sweat; most of them also mentioned about sore throat when asked about the symptoms in HIV/AIDS affected patient. A substantial majority stated that always use new, disposable needle, syringes and razor blades, almost the same number of participants indicated using contraceptives correctly and consistently; and avoid multiple sexual partners when asked about precautions to be taken to avoid HIV/AIDS. Only a few participants knew about breast feeding cannot be done by HIV positive woman. Most of the participants indicated that media provides awareness knowledge, impart education and enhances information when asked about the role of media in creating awareness of HIV/AIDS. Some of the participants stated that the patients need to have clinical guidance. Most of participants mentioned about social-stigma such as out-casting, discrimination, etc. when asked about challenges faced by the individual suffering from HIV/AIDS. In relation to challenges faced by the families living with HIV/AIDS infected individual a few of the participants mentioned about negative image and social stigma. A large majority of the participants had knowledge on the reasons that causes/spreads HIV/AIDS, symptoms, precautions, about the role of media, stigma or discrimination towards individual infected with HIV/AIDS. Astonishingly, only a few of the participants knew about the cause of HIV that rashes, sores or cut in the mouth or nose, on the genitals or under the skin; precautions that HIV positive woman should not breast feed the baby, treatment or therapy as health care and exercise such as yoga, diet. These research findings led us to believe that there is a need to create awareness in relation to HIV/AIDS.
 
 

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Usha Vamanrao Chikate & Gopal Krushna Thakur

KAIDI MAHILAON KE BACCHON KI SHAIKSHIK STHITI KA ADHYAYAN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6742/6753

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Manpreet Kaur

INTERNATIONAL LEGISLATIONS AND CONVENTIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6754/6764

 Parts of the human family, persons with disabilities are as much entitled to human rights and fundamental freedom as anyone else. The conventions for persons with disabilities are the harbinger of social justice and adaptive development for the disabled, enhance knowledge for the society and national wealth in different countries of the world. The United Nations declared 1981 as the International Year of Disabled Persons, and adopted the World Program of Action concerning Disabled Persons (1982). United Nations also declared the Decade (1983-1992) as decade of Disabled Persons. Since then, the attention towards the disabled people and the need to promote their welfare came into the forefront. These initiatives provided the inherent dignity, worth and the equal and inalienable rights to the disabled. The paper reviews comprehensively the conventions incorporated in international legislation for persons with disability. All the authentic information has been analyzed and compiled. Hence, the paper investigates and summarizes the conventions initiated and implemented at the international level for the persons with disabilities.
Keywords: Persons with Disabilities, International Legislations, Conventions
 
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Archana V Katgeri

EFFECTIVENESS OF VEDIC MATHEMATICS IN THE CLASSROOMS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6765/6772

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B.K.Tirthaji (1965). VEDIC MATHEMATICS OR Sixteen Simple Mathematical Formulae from the Vedas. Indologlcal Publishers & Booksellers, Delhi. A.P.Nicholas, J.Pickles&K.Willams (1982). Introductory Lectures on Vedic mathematics. Paperback, Delhi K.R. Willam (2005). Vedic Mathematics Teacher’s Manual. MotilalBanarsidas, Delhi

Balbir singh Jamwal

PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT AND TEACHERS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6773/6785

 In this research paper an attempt has been made to find out the significant relationship and difference between professional commitment and Teachers in terms of selected important aspects. For this study, the researcher has consulted various conducted studies and has made healthy discussion with Heads, Teachers and students even educationists of the society. The results reveal that there are significant relationships between professional commitment and teachers in terms of mostly aspects. The results reveal that there are significant differences   between professional commitment and teachers in terms of few aspects.on the basis of conducted studies and sharing experiences it can be said that there is positive relationship between professional commitment and teachers. If professional commitment will be high then teaching will effective.

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Chuan, C.L. (2004). The influence of selected factors on professional commitment of technical school teachers in Sarawak. (Doctoral thesis) Education, University Putra Malaysia. Dave, R.H. (1998). Competency based and commitment oriented teacher education for quality school education (Initiation Document). New Delhi: National Council for Teacher Education. Gupta, P., & Jain, S. (2013, January). Professional commitment among teacher educators. Indian Journal of Psychometry and Education, 44(1), 83-87.

Dipty Subba

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: WHY IT MATTERS FOR TEACHERS?

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6786/6793

 

Emotional intelligence is deemed as one of the important aspects in educating a person to be balanced as a whole. The national philosophy of education (1987) outlined a number of key factors that need to be implemented in the education field in order to produce individuals that are intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and physically balanced. In the process of development in today’s modern era, individuals encounter several situations, which later on result with creating various problems. The problems of adjustment occur because of the existence of conflict towards humans themselves, in order to fulfill the need of their surroundings. In education field, emotional intelligence has a large implication especially in ensuring the students’ ability to compete in their life and self development. The teachers can play their role with helping the students which had been encountered with a high level of anxiety, by practicing an actively teaching and learning method in class, such as collaborative learning, cooperative learning and learning process based on problem.
Keywords: Emotions, Emotional Intelligence (EI)
 
 

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Baker, J. A. (1999). Teacher-student interaction in urban at-risk classrooms: differential behavior, relationship quality, and student satisfaction with school. The Elementary School Journal, 100(1), 57e70. Bar –on R, Handley R, Fund S, Psychological Test Publisher, Pg 6-19, 2006. Battistich, V., Schaps, E., Watson, M., Solomon, D., & Lewis, C. (2000). Effects of the child development project on students’ drug use and other problem behaviors. The Journal of Primary Prevention, 21(1), 75e99. Cherniss, C. (2000). Promoting Emotional Intelligence in Organisations. Alexandria, Virginia: ASTD.

Rajeev Kaushal

RELEVANCE OF TEACHING METHODS IN VOGUE IN ANCIENT INDIA IN CURRENT EDUCATIONAL SCENARIO:PEDAGOGICAL REMINISCENCES APROPOS VEDIC AND BUDDHIST PERIOD

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6794/6810

 The process of teaching and learning encompasses the Teacher and the Learners as its indispensable elements, in which the former imparts knowledge, attitudes, values, interests and skills to the latter by means of communication which is put to effect by way of what is known as Teaching method. The teacher by way of his or her own behavior (teaching) brings about desirable change (s) in the behavior of pupils (learning) according to some pre-determined objectives formulated as per the curriculum designed. Alternatively it can be said that this change is brought about by different methods of teaching. Suffice it to say, Teaching methods are the sine qua non of teaching-learning process. It is not that the teaching methods have been in use recently or since remote past but these have been in vogue since the dawn of education in this mundane world. However the methods kept gradually evolving over the period of time the manifestations of which are evident in the form of paradigm shifts in Pedagogy in the current scenario. Alternatively, the destination (modification of behavior) is the same but the journey has been made different. The present paper throws light on the different teaching methods prevalent in Ancient India besides highlighting the relevance of those very methods in the current educational scenario and giving valuable suggestions pertaining to the use of same in pre-service and in-service education programme.
Keywords– Communication, Learner, Pedagogy, Sine qua non, Teacher, Teaching method.
 10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10019

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Kulshreshtha, A.K. &Kulshreshtha, N.K. (2014).Teaching of science.Meerut:R. Lall book depot. Kumari, S. (2005).Increasing role of technology in education.Delhi:Isha books. Lal, R.B. &Sinha, G.N. (2014).Development of Indian Education and its problems.Meerut:R. Lall book depot. Sharma, R.C. (2009). Modern science teaching. New Delhi:DhanpatRai Publishing Company. Image source: Google images.

Jitendra Sahoo

BUDGETARY PROCESS IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6811/6820

 “A Budget tells us what we can’t afford, but it doesn’t keep us from buying it”-William Feather (American Publisher; Author-1889-1981)(Holzer & Schwester 2011 p.289). In almost all the forms of government budget or budgeting falls within the jurisdiction of bureaucracy. The preparation of budget falls within the jurisdiction of public administration which is run and manned by civil servants. Hence budgeting is an important function of bureaucracy. But it alone cannot do everything about budgeting. In a parliamentary system of government every department is headed by a minister and at the head of finance department there is a minister who is called as finance minister The preparation of estimated expenditure and income is done under the guidance of the finance minister. In this paper I have tried my best to highlight the process of Indian budget with it’s historical development in a lucid manner.
Keywords: Budget, Finance, Government, Bureaucracy, Minister etc. 
 
 

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Basu Rumki, Public Administration: Concepts and Theories, Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 1992, p.350. Bhagawan Vishnoo and Bhusan Vidya, Public Administration, S. Chand & Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2014, pp.525, 527 & 528 Das P.G., Fundamentals of Public Administration, New Central Book Agency, Kolkata, 2014, p.344 Henry Nicholas, Public Administration and Public Affairs, PHI Learning, New Delhi, 2010, p.165 Holzer Marc and Schwester Richard W., Public Administration: An Introduction, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi,2011, p.289. Sharma M.P. and Sadana B.L., Public Administration in Theory and Practice, Kitab Mahal, New Delhi, 1994, pp.525 & 528 The Constitution of India, Allahabad Law Agency,1998,p.51 Tyagi A.R., Public Administration: Principles and Practice, Atma Ram & Sons, Delhi, 1993, pp. 675. http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/slideshows/economy/the-remarkable-history-of-budgets/first-indian-budget-was-presented-by-james-wilson/slideshow/18722466.cms http://www.bankingawareness.com/banking-gk/budget-in-india/march,2012

Maloth Raghu Ram

A STUDY ON LIQUIDITY AND SHORT-TERM SOLVENCY POSITION OF SELECT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN INDIA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6821/6823

 Pharmacy sector is one of the growing sectors in the Indian economy.This indicates huge potential for growth. The present study attempts to analyze the liquidity and short-term solvency position of the select pharmaceutical companies in India, in termsof current ratio, liquid ratio and absolute liquid ratio for the period of 10 years from 2008 to 2017. For the study five companies have been selected based on top market capitalization. The study found that the current ratio of Cipla Ltd.,Lupin Ltd. and Piramal Enterprise Ltd. are holding more current assets compare to standard norms 2:1 ratio andthe liquid ratio of Cipla Ltd. and Lupin Ltd. are maintaining more than the rule of 1:1. But the absolute liquid ratio of all companies is belowthe standard norms of 1:2. It can be conclude that the liquidity position of the select firmsare not satisfactory. The findings of the study provides insights into the financial health of the select pharmaceutical companies in India.
Keywords: Liquidity, Solvency position, short-term obligations, liquidity ratios.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10026

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Md. Tofaelhossainmajumder And Mohammed Mizanurrahman (2011) Financial Analysis Of Selected Pharmaceutical Companies In Bangladesh. Journal Of Biology, Agriculture And Healthcare Vol. 1, No. 2, Pp. 25-50. M. Krishnamoorthi (2016) ‘Liquidity Performance Evaluation Of Select Companies In India-Descriptive Study’ Int. J. Soc. Sc. Manage. Vol. 3, Issue-3, Pp. 193-202 Neetusaini And Sanjeevbansal (2017) ‘Liquidity Analysis Of Selected Pharmaceutical Companies India’ Kaav International Journal Of Economics, Commerce And Business Management Vol. 4, Issue. 3/A59. Pp. 405-412. Robert Nyabwanga, Patrick Boniface Ojera And Otienosimeyo (2013) An Empirical Analysis Of The Liquidity, Solvency And Financial Health Of Small And Medium Size Enterprises In Kisiieuropean Journal Of Business And Management Vol. 5, No. 8, Pp. 1-16 Vijayalakshmi And Srividya (2014) ‘A Study On Financial Performance Of Pharmaceutical Industry In India’. Journal Of Management And Science, Vol. 4, No. 3, Pp. 36-54.

Pratibha Sagar & Ms. Shahida Parveen

A STUDY OF TEACHING EFFECTIVENESS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6824/6834

 Teaching effectiveness means perfection, optimum level of efficiency and productivity on the part of the teacher. It refers to the height of maturity and learning that teachers grows with experience and learns more and more. This study was conducted on 148 teachers selected randomly from 8 secondary schools located in Bareilly District of Uttar Pradesh. The data was collected by self made teaching effectiveness scale. This scale consists of 38 items of 6 dimensions. Collected data was analysed using statistical techniques such as mean, standard deviation and t-test. The study revealed that there is significant difference between the teaching effectiveness of male and female teachers working in secondary school. But no significant difference was found teaching effectiveness of CBSE Board female & UP Board female teachers and CBSE Board male & UP Board male teachers working in secondary schools.   
Keywords- Teaching Effectiveness, Effective Teaching Skills, Teacher Performance, Effective Classroom Instructions.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10027

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Akram, S., Sufiana, & Malik, K. (2012). Use of Audio Visual Aids for effective teaching of Biology at Secondary School Level. Leadership Management. Aregbeyan, O. (2010). Student perceptions of effective teaching and effective lecture characteristics at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Social Science. Vol- 7, No- 2, pp. 62-69. Barr, S. & Jones, R. E. (1958). The measurement and prediction of teaching effectiveness. Review of Educational Research, 28, pp 256-264. Bella, R.A. (2016). Investigating psychological parameters of effective teaching in a diverse classroom situation: The case of the higher teachers training college, Moroua, Cameroon. Journal of Education and Practice. Vol. 7, No. 23, pp. 72-80.

Neeraj Aggarwal & Mr. Kumar Satyam

A CRITICAL STUDY OF RECRUITMENT PROCESS AND ITS IMPACT ON HR STRATEGIES OF EMPLOYEE- RETENTION IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY OF GARHWAL AND KUMAUN REGION OF UTTARAKHAND

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6835/6851

 Uttarakhand is a state with high potential of tourist attractions.Being very near to the national capital New Delhi, it catches the attention of the visitors from around the country to get a break from their schedule. The cities in this state are equipped with hospitality points, which even diplomatically force the guest to stay for a longer. In a recent time, after getting the status of tourism state, plenty of the hotels and resorts have emerged with their brand and name. Few of the international hotels also have settled their properties in Uttarakhand to grab the opportunity. It also helps to reduce skill-drains from the state, as it is well known that the state has best level of hospitality skills.The existing hotels of Uttarakhand have different practices regarding recruitment of employees.  Many of the hotels throughout country have the employees or work force from Garhwal and Kumaun region almost in all departments at different level. The people from Uttarakhand even don’t want to escape from their home state. But the ultimate situation is different. In this research paper, therewould an emphasis on the HR strategies for recruitment  of employees and its impact on employee- retention in hospitality industry of Garhwal and Kumaun region of Uttarakhand. The data would be collected from the employees of three stars and above category of hotels through the questionnaire; and then analysis will come out with the conclusion that why there is employee retention problem in study area.
Keywords: HR Strategies, Recruitment, Selection, Employee- Retention, Hospitality Industry, Garhwal and Kumaun Region. Uttarakhand.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10028

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Agrusa, J., &Lema, J. D. (2007). An Examination of Mississippi Gulf Coast Casino Management Styles with Implications for Employee Turnover. UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal, 11(1), 13-26. Bagri, S.C., Babu, S. and Kukreti, M. (2010) ‘Human resource practices in hotels: a study from the tourist State of Uttarakhand, India’, Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp.286–299. Baum, T., Dutton, E., Karimi, S., Kokkranikal, J., Devine, F., &Hearns, N. (2007), ‘Cultural diversity in hospitality work’, Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 14 (3), 229-239. Gupta C.B. (1998): “Human Resource Management”, New Delhi: Third Edition, Sultan Chand & Sons.

Reni Francis

LOOKING FOR LEARNING THROUGH THE LENS OF GROWTH MINDSET

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6852/6863

 Today success is not merely found in one’s natural ability but in the continuous development of those abilities. A mindset is a belief about oneself and one’s basic qualities. According to Dweck, there are two different types of mindsets–fixed and growth. A person who has a fixed mindset (entity theory of intelligence) believes that their qualities such as intelligence, creativity and talent are predetermined and finite, fixed traits. On the other hand, a person with a growth mindset (incremental theory of intelligence) believes that their basic abilities can continue to be developed through hardwork and dedication. This paper focuses on igniting abilities through various growth mindset activities that will enable the secondary school students to realise their abilities and provide an environment that values challenge seeking learning and effort above perfection. It focuses on nurturing natural ability that leads to success. 
Keywords: growth mindset, fixed mindset, intelligence, creativity
 
https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10031

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Thorat S. D. & Suryawanshi R.S.

ASSESSMENT OF AGRO-TOURISM POTENTIAL IN JUNNAR TEHSIL, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6864/6873

 The present research paper is an attempt to analyse the level of development and potential of Agro-tourism in Junnar Tehsil in Pune District Maharashtra. Agro-tourism is the emerging branch of tourism in India. It helped for sustainable development in rural area. Agro-tourism give the opportunity to tourist to get aware with agricultural area, agricultural operations, local food and tradition of local area and support to economic development of farmers. The Junnar Tehsil in Pune district have many tourist destinations, but yet this Tehsil is not highlighted to large scale Agro-tourism practices. It is mainly because of lack of facilities and low development of area. The present research paper focuses on find out the potential area for agro-tourism in Junnar Tehsil. The development status of agro-tourism potential composite index is product of physiographic index and cropping pattern based on a GIS techniques.
Keywords: Agro-Tourism, Composite Index and GIS technique.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10030

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Bhawana, M.A., Olima W.H.A., Andika D., Agong S.G. and Hyombe P. (2015): Agri-Tourism: Potential Socio-Economic Impacts in Kisumu County. IOSR-JHSS, Vol. 20, pp. 78-88. Census of India (2011): District Census CD: Pune, Direcorate of Census Operation, Govt. of Maharashtra, Mumbai. Chapke, S.G. (2015). Innovative Trends in Agro-Tourism: Special Reference to Maharashtra. An Indian Model for Cross Culture, Vol.5 pp. 448-450. Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency, Poona District, Vol. XVIII, Part III, Govt. of Maharashtra, Bombay. Jaybhaye, R.G. and Saptarshi, P.G. (2010). Tourist Assessment in Bhimashankar and Sinhgarh Centers of Pune District, The Deccan Geographer, 48(1), pp. 65-70. Mattika, C. Phandee. and Pormpatchara, Pinthong. (2012). The Agro Tourism Using Geographical Information System, International Journal for Innovation, Management and Technology, 3(6).

Purva Kansal & Sandeep Walia

ASSESSING CONSUMERS ADOPTION OF SELF SERVICE BANKING IN INDIA: GENDER DIFFERENCES

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6854/6876

 Rate of adoption of technology based banking services has not been as per expectations of the marketers. Research indicates that individual differences like demographics, gender, age could offer plausible insights into slow rate of adoption of technology based banking services in India. It is within this background that the current study was undertaken to study the effect of gender on TAM (technology acceptance model).  To test the proposed hypotheses, a survey was done and data were collected from 314 respondents. The sampling frame was defined as 26 Tier 2 cities of India. The results indicated that there were significant differences across gender in terms of technology discomfort which influenced the perceived usefulness and behavioral intention in terms of attitude to use self service banking decreased. Therefore, marketers need to address the aspect of technology discomfort especially in respect to females. 
Keywords: Self service banking, Gender differences, Banking sector India. 
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10032

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Basu, J. (2010). Development of the Indian gender role identity scale. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 36(1), 25-34. Bauer, R. A. (1960). Consumer behavior as risk taking. Dynamic marketing for a changing world, 398. Busch, T. (1995). Gender differences in self-efficacy and attitudes toward computers. Journal of educational computing research, 12(2), 147-158. Calisir, F., Altin Gumussoy, C., Bayraktaroglu, A. E., & Karaali, D. (2014). Predicting the Intention to Use a Web?Based Learning System: Perceived Content Quality, Anxiety, Perceived System Quality, Image, and the Technology Acceptance Model. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries, 24(5), 515-531.

Anupam Bansal

COMPARISON OF CYBER CRIME AWARENESS AMONG SCIENCE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVE TEACHERS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6877/6885

 https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10033

 

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Babbie, Earl. The Practice of social Research. 10th Edition. Thomson, Wadsworth. Best, J. and Khan, J. (2008). Research in Education. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India. Garret, H.E. (1970). Statistics in Psychology and Education. Bombay: Vakis Fetter & Simons Pvt. Ltd. Good and Carter, V. (Ed.) (1945). New York: McGraw Hill Company. IGNOU. (2007). MES -016 (Blocks: 1-5) Educational Research. New Delhi. Kothari, C.R. (1990). Research Methodology - Method & Techniques. New Delhi: Wiley Estern Limited. Koul, L. (2009). Methodology of Educational Research. New Delhi: Vikas Publication House (P) Ltd. Mangal, S.K. (2002). Advanced Educational Psychology. New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India.

Sindhu C M

AN EXPLORATION OF ICT ON SELF-REGULATED LEARNING

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6886/6891

 The investigator made an attempt to study the influence of ICT on self-regulated learning among higher secondary school students of Malappuram district. The study is carried out on a representative sample of 100 higher secondary school students of Malappuram district using stratified random sampling method. Survey method was adopted. A questionnaire on ICT usage with special reference to self-regulated learning prepared by the investigator was the tool used for data collection. Percentage Analysis and Test of significance difference between means were the statistical techniques used in the study. As we are living in the digital era, students should be tech savvy in all areas of learning. One of the main aims of ICT is to make the students self-competent and confident users who can use the basic knowledge and skills acquired to assist them in their daily lives. Self-regulated learning, being an independent learning ability in students they should be aware of using all the available techniques related with technology. Hence, the present study is preferred.
Keyterms: Information and communication technology, Self-regulated Learning
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10034

 

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Roy, S. D. (2015).Application of ICTs in Teaching-Learning Process. International Research Journal of Interdisciplinary & Multidisciplinary Studies. 1(7),72-84. Ellis, C. & Folley, S. (2011).Using student Assessment Choice and eAssessment to achieve self-regulated learning. Fostering Self-regulated Learning through ICT. 89-104. Lizarraga, M. L. S.,Villanueva,O.A & Baquedano, M. T.S (2011). Self-regulation of Learninfsupported by web 2.0 tools: an example of raising competence on creativity and innovation. Fostering Self-regulated Learning through ICT. 295-313. McLoughlin, C., & Lee, M.J.W.(2009). Future learning landscapes: Transforming pedagogy through social software. Retrieved on Jan 30, 2017 from http://www.innovateonline.info/index.php?view=article& id

Girase M. S., Gaikwad V. B. & Patil S. N.

CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACELLULAR PROTEASE FROM VIBRIO METSCHNIKOVII STRAIN XMB 057

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6892/6900

 From various natural sources on skim milk agar plates 51protease producer bacteria wereisolated by primary screening. Secondary screening was done by zone of clearanceformed by cell free broth on gelatin agar plates. From diameter of zone of clearance potent protease best protease producers Vibrio metschnikovii strain Xmb 057 was isolated. It was biochemically characterized by performing some common biochemical tests. Effect of temperature and pH on protease by Vibrio metschnikovii strain Xmb 057 was studied. Optimum temperature and pH was 500C and 9 respectively make it suitable to be used in leather and detergent industry. Protease was tolerant to Ca++ and Mg++ which suggest its activity in detergents used even in hard water.
Keywords: Proteases, Vibrio metschnikovii, alkaline protease.
 
 
https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10035
 
 

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Aftab, S., Ahmed, S., Saeed, S., & Rasool, S. A. (2006). Screening, isolation and characterization of alkaline protease producing bacteria from soil. Pak J Biol Sci, 9(11), 2122-2126. Alnahdi, H. S. (2012). Isolation and screening of extracellular proteases produced by new isolated Bacillus sp. Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science. 2(9), 71-74. Anson, M. L. (1938). The estimation of pepsin, trypsin, papain, and cathepsin with hemoglobin. The Journal of general physiology, 22(1), 79. Anwar, A. and M. Saleemuddin (1998). Alkaline proteases: A review.Bioresource Technology64(3): 175-183.

Mr. Kailash Soni & Lala Ram Jat

AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION ON IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ON SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICES

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6901/6912

 "Social welfare services, in common with education, medical, housing, and other parallel services, form a part of the social services which most developed communities have come to require and expect. Healthcare industry performs an important position within the economy of a nation. The health care enterprise determines the GDP of any country. It also decides exports repute, profession, capital investment etc. In this particular article, the author analyzes the impact of social welfare practices in the healthcare sector. Here author examined the differences amongst various qualification groups about the level of agreement towards the treatment given by the GBH hospital and impact on male & female beneficiary under the various schemes of GBH American Hospital.
Keywords: - social welfare, healthcare sector.
 

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Mrs. Neetu khokhar

AVAILABILITY OF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN GOVT. AND NON GOVT. SCHOOLS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6913/6918

 The purpose of present investigation is to study the availability of student support services for inclusive education in govt. and non govt. schools. The study was conducted on 50 schools of both types in sonipat distt.of Haryana. Self constucted questionnaire was used for this investigation.  t-two tail test assuming equal variances was used for the purpose of ananysis the data the difference between the availability of student support services( physical /infrastructure, madical, teching and evaluation ) in govt and non-govt schools is found to be significant.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10064

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Centrally sponsored scheme of Inclusive Education of disabled at the secondary stage. (IFDSS), April 2009. Ministry of social justice and Empowerment, Government of India No. 3-1/1993-DD. III National Policy for persons with Disabilities. Puri, M. and Abraham, Cr. Sage Publication, India, New Delhi (2004), Handbook of inclusive Education for Educator, Administrators and Planers. “People with Disabilities in India: from Commitment to out comes” The world Bank Human Development unit, South Asia Region, July 2009. S.S.A. (2009-10) Inclusive Education http://planipolis.iiep.inesc.org/upload/india/India_inclusive_Education.pdf Subhajit sinha, communicating development Research (2005) Approaches to Inclusive Education

P. Bhavani & T. G. Amuthavally

A LITERATURE REVIEW OF “PARENTING STYLES AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF X CLASS STUDENTS”

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6919/6930

 The research for the review of literature is one of the first and foremost important steps in the research process. The search for related literature is a time consuming but fruitful phase of any research programme. In this article, the researcher was made an attempt to present findings from the collected related literature on parenting styles and emotional intelligence of adolescents. The main motto behind this article is to review of related literature from 1990 to till date. The paper also summarizes the findings of the studies on Emotional Intelligence and Parenting Styles giving a direction for future research.
Keywords: Literature, Parenting Styles, Emotional Intelligence, Socio-Economic Status (SES).
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10065

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Aquilino, W.S., & Supple, A. J. (2001). Long term effects of parenting practices during adolescence on well being out comes in young adulthood. Journal of Family Issues, 23 (3), 289-308. Bandura, A. (1986). Social foundations of thought and action. A social cognitive theory. Englewood cliffs, NJ: Prentice – Hall. Barber, B. K., & Thomas, D. L. (1986).Dimensions of father’s and mothers supportive behaviour the case for physical affection. Journal of Marriage and Family, 48, 783-794. Choudhary, N and Bajaj, N. (1995). Emotional maturity and occupational aspiration of adolescent staying at home and orphanage, Indian Psychological Review, 45, 21-26. Dekovic, M., & Janssens J. M. (1992). Parents child-rearing style and child’s sociometric status. Developmental Psychology, 28, 925-932.

Vrinda Vijayan & V. P. Joshith

edTPA: AN EVIDENCE-BASED ASSESSMENT OF TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS IN THE CONTEXT OF ONLINE AND FACE-TO-FACE (F2F) TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6931/6940

 Teacher preparation programs involve face-to-face (f2f) and online modes of delivery. Although the face-to-face learning environments are often complex and unpredictable, we are very familiar with them and have developed high levels of skill in working in these environments. The skills, strategies, and techniques that we so effectively use in face-to-face learning environments may not work well in online learning and vice-versa. Despite the pervasiveness of online learning in higher education, this delivery mode has yet to receive similar quality status of F2F learning. Long standing beliefs that F2F training as the only viable option continues to dominate teacher education. Central to determining the effectiveness of technology to support learning and the value of technology-mediated instruction is the quality of programs. edTPA (Educative Teacher Performance Assessment) is a widely accepted, national measure of teacher readiness and preparation. Using edTPA scorecards, teacher candidates’ efficiency can be evaluated after the completion of teacher education program in traditional face to face (F2F) and online mode. This article focuses that online may be a more effective and adept program delivery platform for preparing educators for planning for instruction and assessing student learning outcomes.
Keyword: edTPA
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10066

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B. P. Singh

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WORK CULTURE AND WELL-BEING OF PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT SCHOOL TEACHERS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6941/6945

 The present study conducted on 200 private and government school teachers working in Bhiwani district of Haryana. The purpose was to study the effect of work culture on well-being of teachers working in private and government school. Scale of work culture and mental Health Continuum short form was used for Collection of data. The data was analyzed to get mean, S.D. and t value. The results indicate that there exists a significant difference in all components of work culture which influences well-being of the teachers. The result indicates that there exists a significant difference in all components of subjective well-being of private and government school teachers. There is a positive correlation between work culture and subjective well-being. Happy teachers are creative, progressive, innovative, flexible in cognition, energetic, healthy and have good social relations.
Keywords: Work culture, subjective well-being, private and government school teachers.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10067

 

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B. P. Singh

A STUDY OF EFFECT OF TECHNOLOGY ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN SCIENCE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6946/6950

 Rapid technological advances in the last two decades have sparked educational practioners\' interest in utilizing technological devices as an instructional tool to improve student learning. There is substantial evidence that using technology as an instructional tool enhances student learning and educational outcomes. A comparative study on two sections of students of class 9th of Bhiwani (Haryana) district was conducted to see effect of technology in teaching learning process of science. Self made achievement test on science was administered on both the sections. One section was instructed normally while other instructed through the use of technology. The data were analyzed to get mean S.D and t-value. Findings are: (i) the students instructed through the use of technology have better academic achievement. (ii) students become active participant and develop problem solving attitude. (iii) science concept become more clear and retain in the mind of the students for longer time.
Keywords: Technology, academic achievement.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10068

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Sau. Vidhya Sanjay Gaikwad

HINDU KOD BIL : DR. AMBEDKARANCHA STRI SUDHARANAVAD

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6951/6954

 

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Anoop Kumar Singh

BUNIYADI TALIM (AANAND NIKETAN VIDHYALAI KE KAKSHA AATHAVI) KI SANSKRUTI EANV SHIKSHAN ADHIGAM PRAKRIYA: EK VISHLESHANATMAK ADHYAYAN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6955/6961

 

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Amit Ratna Dwivedi

BAHUSANKRUTIK KAKSHA-KAKSH KI SHIKSHAN ADHIGAM PRIKRIYAME SHIKSHAK KI BHUMIKA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6962/6969

 

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Emilda Josephine & Vijayalakshmi. S

EFFECT OF PRESENTATION SKILL ON MACHIAVELLIANISM AMONG SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6970/6975

 India has become a favorite destination for Education globally. Schools face a lot of pressure in trying to be in par with the standards of these countries. This encumbrance falls on the shoulders of the School administrators. They have to correlate with the teaching faculty, non-teaching staff, parents and teachers in order to operate in the direction of the better functioning of the school. Objectives of the study are: To find out the significant difference between men and women , school administrators in their presentation skill and machiavellianism. To find out the significant difference in school administrator in presentation skill and machiavellianism with respect to the type of school and also the correlation between skill and Machiavellianism. Hypotheses are formulated on the basis of framed objectives. Survey method was followed in this study to collect data with 42 school administrators. Result shows the significance difference between male and female, government, aided and private school administrators in their presentation skill and Machiavellianism.
Keywords: Presentation skill, Machivelliansim, school administrators.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10069

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Mrs. Priti Thakkar

NOISE POLLUTION ANALYSIS IN THANE CITY OF MAHARASHTRA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6976/6986

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Bhave P. and Shaikh, B., 2013. Noise Pollution Status in Central Mumbai: A Comparative Study’, Springer publication.Navin, B. and Geeta P., 2006.Economic Liberalization and Public Enterprises, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi. Patil R. B., 2009. Environment in Indian Society: Problems and Prospects, Mittal Publication, New Delhi Planning Commission of Government of India. 2007. ‘Maharashtra Development Report, Academic Foundation, New Delhi Rana, S.V.S., 2008. Energy, Ecology and Environment, I. K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.Rana, S.V.S., 2013. Essentials of Ecology and Environmental Science, P H L Learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.Vijendra M., 2006. Environmental Noise Pollution: Causes, Evils, Legislation and Control, Deep and Deep Publishing Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi Proceeding of National Conference on Renewable Energy and Environment, 2014 http://rutpp.com (Online) 65 ISBN: 978-93-84663-07-0

Rajwinder Kaur & Arshdeep Kaur

CHALLENGES FACED BY SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN CARRYING OUT CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE)

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6987/6992

 School is an institution where talents are nurtured. Therefore it becomes very important to continuously revise and introduce such measures and schemes which will impact the mind, character and physical ability of the learner. Indian education is moving from summative to a continuous evaluation system. This study is an attempt to find out the challenges faced by secondary school teachers in carrying out CCE. The sample consisted of 100 government and private school teachers and random sampling technique was used for the collection of data. The results of the study revealed regarding the challenges. The teachers are not adequately prepared for the effective execution of CCE in schools. Further the study revealed that the major challenges faced by the school teachers in the execution of CCE were increased volume of work, disturbance in classes, difficult in implementation, time consuming, financial difficulties, lack of adequate infrastructure and teaching materials.
Keywords: Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Challenges, Secondary Schools, Teachers
 

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Aswal, Chaudhary & Dhulia (2015). Evaluation: from paper-pencil to holistic development. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 5 (12), 525-526. Bansal, G. (2014). Beware of the consequences of continuous and comprehensive evaluation implications for students’ learning. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 19(6), 31-36. CBSE (2009) Teacher’s manual on CCE. New Delhi: CBSE.

Mr. Naresh Patel & Seema Bhupendra

HABIB TANVIR: TUNING THE FOLK AND THE MODERN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 6993/7002

 Eminent playwright Habib Tanvir was one of the greatest stalwarts of the modern Indian stage who is known for blending folk theatre and poetry in his dramaturgy thus leaving an indelible mark on the minds of the common people. Folk music and the songs were the first major attractions which triggered his interest in folk performance traditions. The presence of live music, songs and dances thus formed the base his theatre. The present paper humbly attempts to trace the musical journey of Habib Tanvir’s theatrical world showing how songs are not mere ornamental addition but an intrinsic part of the narrative. Tanvir brilliantly fused folk melodies with his own lyrics, tunes and contemporary consciousness.
Keywords: folk theatre, songs, music, modern stage
 

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Behera, Guru Charan. Appropriating Folk Culture: A Study of the Post- Independence Indian Drama Delhi: Authors Press, 2008. Print. Katyal, Anjum. Habib Tanvir: Towards an Inclusive Theatre. New Delhi: SAGE, 2012. Print. Malik, Neeraj and Javed Malick. Eds. Habib Tanvir: Reflections & Reminiscences. New Delhi: SAHMAT, 2010. Print.

Anurag Asija

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF TEACHER TRAINEES IN RELATION TO THEIR LIFE SATISFACTION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7003/7008

Every human being has emotions. Emotions are necessary for human beings for his adjustment in the environment and to enable him to cope with the circumstances .Our emotion plays quite a significant role in guiding and directing our behaviour. Many times they seem to dominate us in such a way that we have no solution other than behaving as they want us to. Intelligence is a descriptive concept. It represents theoretical dimensions which may vary from very low to very high value

 

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Dalip Singh (2003), Emotional Intelligence at work : a professional guide ,response books, a division of stage publications. Daniel Goleman (1993), Emotional Intelligence: Why it can matter more than IQ, Bantam books, New York. Dienes(1984) Through Disssertation , Life satisfaction as related to mental health of teacher trainees, Onkar Singh.

Anurag Asija

A STUDY OF VOCATIONAL INTEREST OF THE ADOLESCENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR INTELLIGENCE AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7009/7013

 A Society in which people need money and in which there are many ways of earning it, choice of Vocation is a significant decision. Our nation is industrially and technically developing and commerce is advancing, a variety of new vocations have come into existence. So, the factors which influence the adolescents for aspiring any of these vocations need to be analyzed. 

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Bigge and Hunt Foundation of Educational Psychology, Paul Publishers Jalandhar,2007.pg. 74. Kuhlen. Foundation of Educational Psychology, Paul Publishers Jalandhar, 2007.pg. 74.

J. Navaneetha Krishnan & P. Paul Devanesan

IDENTIFICATION OF PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES IN MATHEATICS AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7014/7020

 The major aim of teaching Mathematics is to develop problem solving skill among the students. This article aims to find out the problem solving strategies and to test the students’ ability in using these strategies to solve problems. Using sample survey method, four hundred students were taken for this investigation. Students’ achievement in solving problems was tested for their Identification and Application of Problem Solving Strategies as a major finding, thirty one percent of the students’ achievement in mathematics is contributed by Identification and Application of Problem Solving Strategies.
Keywords: Problem, Problem Solving Strategies, Identification, Application and Achievement.
 

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Brown, George, et.al., Effective teaching in Higher education, London: Methuen & Co, Ltd., 1988. Butler, et. Al., The teaching of secondary mathematics, Ny; McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1965. Nelson, G.D. et. Al, making mathematics work, Cambridge Houghton Mifflin co, 1955. Koster, Egon., “Conditions of the formation of problem solving strategies of school children”, cognitive and motivational aspects of instruction, 1984.

Sau. Suchita Raju Pawar & Anuradha Sahastrabudhe

M. KARVE YANCHYA SAMAJIK KARYACHA ABHYAS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7021/7027

 स्त्री शिक्षणाच्या कामातील योगदानासाठी म. कर्वे यांना सन १९५८ साली  ‘भारतरत्न ‘ हा सर्वोच्च पुरस्कार प्राप्त झाला. त्यांचे स्त्री शिक्षणाचे कार्य खरोखरच अजोड आहे. मंगला आठलेकर ‘महर्षी ते गौरी’  (स्त्री शिक्षणाची वाटचाल) (१९९९) या पुस्तकात त्यांचा उल्लेख समाज सुधारक असा करतात. विधवांसाठी शिक्षणाच्या कार्याची मुहूर्त मेढ रोवतानाच खरतर त्यांच्या सामाजिक कार्याची सुरूवात झाली. सन १८९१ सालीम. कर्वे यांची पहिली पत्नी राधाबाई यांचे निधन झाले तेव्हा त्यांना दुसरा विवाह करण्याचा आग्रह करण्यात आला. परंतुम. कर्वे त्यासाठी तयार नव्हते. तरीही ‘दुसरा विवाह केला तर विधवेशीच करेन’ हा मात्र त्यांचा दृढ निश्चय होता आणि त्याप्रमाणे सन १८९३ साली मार्च महिन्यात म.कर्वे यांनी आनंदीबाई जोशी या विधवेशी पुनर्विवाह केला. समाजात एकच खळबळ उडाली. वर्तमान पत्रातून टिका झाली. कर्मठ लोकांनी त्यांना वाळीत टाकले. हीच त्यांच्या सामाजिक कार्याची सुरूवात होय. स्त्रियांना समाज व कुटुंबात दुय्यम दर्जाची वागणूक होती. पण विधवांची स्थिती मात्र मरणाहूनही भयंकर होती. म. कर्वे यांनी पं. रमाबाईंचे विधवा शिक्षणाचे कार्य जवळून पाहिले होते. त्यातूनच प्रेरणा घेऊन त्यांनी त्यांच्या शारदासदनातील विधवेशी विवाह करून समाजास एक आदर्श उदाहरण घालून दिले. त्यानंतर त्यांनी विधवा शिक्षणाचे कार्य हाती घेतले. म्हणजे प्रथम समाज सुधारक म्हणूनच त्यांच्या कार्याला सुरुवात झाली. या समाजकार्यातून शैक्षणिक कार्य घडत गेले आणि स्त्रीसाक्षर, सबला, स्वावलंबी बनली. आपले संपूर्ण आयुष्य त्यांनी स्त्री शिक्षणासाठी वेचले परंतु त्याच बरोबर ते समाज कार्य ही करीत होते. विधवेशी पुनर्विवाह हा त्यांच्या समाजक्रांतीचा श्री गणेशा होता. शिक्षण, विधवा पुनर्विवाह, लोकजागृती, अनाथ बालिका श्रमाची स्थापना, जातीभेदास विरोध, केशवपनास प्रतिबंध, प्रौढशिक्षण वर्ग, निष्काम-कर्म-मठाची स्थापना, भाऊबीज निधी उपक्रम, समतासंघ, समाज प्रबोधन इ. अनेक समाज उपयोगी कामे त्यांनी केली म्हणूनच ते एक समाज सेवक व समाज सुधारकही होते हे निर्विवाद सत्य आहे. देशातील धर्म सुधारणेचे व समाज सुधारणेचे सगळे महत्वाचे उपक्रम व शिक्षण विषयक वेगवेगळे प्रयोग त्यांनी जवळून पाहिले. न्या. रानडे यांचा उदारमतवादी समाज सुधारणा विचार, गोपाळ गणेश आगरकर यांचा अमुलाग्र सुधारणा विचार आणि गोपाळकृष्ण गोखले यांचा भारत सेवक समाज यांचा परिणाम म. कर्वे यांच्या विचारांवर व कृतींवर झाला. म. कर्वेयांचे जीवन चरित्र हे गेल्या दोन शतकातील महाराष्ट्राच्या समाजेतिहासातील एक मोलाचा व तेजस्वी अध्याय आहे याकडे दुर्लक्ष करून चालणार नाही  (खोले २०१५)’. मालती देशपांडे म्हणतात ‘म. कर्वे म्हणजे महाराष्ट्राच्या शैक्षणिक व सामाजिक इतिहासाच्या एकाक्रांती कारकशतकाचे मूर्तिमंत साक्षीदार होय.” कारण आपल्या प्रदीर्घ आयुष्याचा कण अन कण त्यांनी समाजसेवेसाठी, समाज सुधारणेसाठी वेचला. (१९९७)

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V. Madhavi

ROLE AND USAGE OF ICT IN SCHOOL EDUCATION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7028/7031

  When we are working on a computer, the information goes into short term memory. Unless we deliberately save the data onto long term storage, it is lost very quickly. The method we use to save new information that is presented to us determines that we most likely will retrieve it in the future. Similarly the concepts that are explained to the students have to be sent to their long term memory, i.e the abstract has to be made into the concrete form. This is possible by using ICT in classroom situation for making a merry in understanding the concepts if the school education and life. The usage of ICT will not only enhance learning environment but also prepare, next generation for future lives and career as said by Wheeler.  

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Role of ICT in education and development :Potential pitfalls and challenges, Usha Vyasulu Reddi Need of ICT in school education, G.Madhuri Anderson.J, Information and Communication in Education: A Curriculum for schools and Programme of Teachers Development, UNESCO, Paris. Usage of ICT in school education, CH.S.S. Maruthi, B.Sunitha, M. Shilpika. John W.Best, Jane V.Kahn (2012). Research in Education. New Delhi. Singh.V (2005).Practical Approach to Educational Technology. New Delhi. Arulsamy. S and Shivakumar. P . Applications of ICT in Education . New Delhi.

V. Madhavi

EXISTING INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICES IN INDIA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7032/7036

 In Inclusive Education each child should have the opportunity to experience meaningful challenges, exercise choice and responsibility, interact collaboratively with others, and be actively engaged in developmental, academic, non-academic, inter and intra personal activities as part of the educational process. Implementation of the plans, programmes and actions depend upon continuous community support, broad planning, training and evaluation. An adapted school environment is needed to suit the need of every child with disabilities.

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Pivik, J. et al. (2002) ‘Barries & facilitators to inclusive education’, Exceptional children, vol.69(1), pp.97-107. R.Shilpa Mangogna 2013 Current Practice in inclusive education of children with intellectual disability Journal of Disability Management and Special Education,Vol.3,No.2 July 2013,ISSN:2229-5143 Rashid Ahmed Motala ,2010 Attitudes of department of education district officials towards inclusive education. A thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of master of Educational Psychology at the University of Zululand. Supervisor: Dr.S.Govender, Co-supervisor: prof. D.R. Nzima, www.dcidj.org Shane Costello, Christopher Boyle, 2013 Pre –services secondary teachers’ attitudes towards inclusive educationAustralian Journal of Teacher Education Vol.38 Issue 4, 2013 Shruti Bhargava, Amruta Narumanchi(2011) Perceptions Of Parents Of Typical Children Towards Inclusive Education Disability, CBR & Inclusive development,Vol.22 No.1,2011. Sivalingam Moodley 2002 “Inclusive Education : Challenges for Distance Learning, Policy and Practice”, Pathways 6 Conference 2002 Academic Development Centre, Technikon South Africa, Johannesburg

V. Madhavi

GUIDELINES FOR ACTION AT THE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7037/7039

 International co-operation among governmental and non-governmental, regional and interregional organizations can play a very important role in supporting the move towards inclusive schools. Based on past experience in this area, international organizations, intergovernmental and non-governmental as well as bilateral donor agencies, could consider joining forces in implementing the following strategic approaches. Technical assistance should be directed to strategic fields of intervention with a multiplier effect, especially in developing countries. One important task for international co-operation is to support the launching of pilot projects aimed at trying out new approaches and at capacity building.

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Pravin Laxman Kothawade

CORRELATIVE STUDY OF STRESS & STRESS MANAGEMENT OF TRAINEE TEACHERS OF TEACHER EDUCATION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7040/7048

 In this study an attempt has been made to study  the Correlative Study of Stress & Stress Management of Trainee teacher. Standardized stress scale by Zakhir  Akhtar & Stress Management Scale by Dr. Vandana  Kaushik & Dr. Namrata Arora Charpe  has been used for the Present study to measure the stress & Stress Mangement  Trainee teacher. The random sample technique has been followed to data collection. The sample includes 200 male & female Trainee Teacher of college of Education. For purpose of analysis and interpretation of data, descriptive and inferential statistical techniques like Mean, S.D., Skewness , kurtosis, correlation & t-test were used. Major findings of the study were i) There is no significant difference in level of stress of Male & female Trainee teacher.  ii) Positively but of low level correlation found between stress & stress management Trainee teacher. 
Keywords: Stress, Stress Management, Trainee Teachers.
 

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Aijaz Ahmad Ganie & M.S. Rathor

THE PLIGHT OF COMMON PEOPLE IN THE PARTITION LITERATURE OF INDIAN SUBCONTINENT

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7049/7059

 The sources of history and literature witnessed that few people on the name of religion divided the subcontinent and created severe problems in all regions of the subcontinent that people still are facing even after seventy years of partition. If we go through the pages of Indian History and Partition Literature many admirable characters will come alive in front of us. About numerous events and disasters we can learn from the books of historians and literary giants who portrayed all the situations, disasters and predicaments faced by the people before, during and after partition. Partition of India is still a darkest period in the history of subcontinent and it has left indelible marks on the pages of Indian history. Many writers have attempted to represent the trauma of partition skilfully through their writings. Britishers before leaving the subcontinent tried to break the unity of religions on the name of partition, many people were shocked as they were aware about the consequences of this division. After partition, the people who earlier were friends, neighbours, colleagues were labelled as Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians and became thirsty of each others’ blood. They acted as savages; they forgot the respect for elders and women, love towards children. To represent the people who on the name of religion killed millions of precious lives, many writers of the Indian subcontinent produced a literature called Partition Literature. The partition led to huge movements and disastrous conflicts across Indo-Pak border. About ten million Hindus and Sikhs were expelled from Pakistan and nearly seven million Muslims from India to Pakistan and thousands of people were killed in this conflict. Though, independence for Indian subcontinent was an event of celebration, but it was celebrated in the shape of mourning, tears, separation, exile, crying, bloodshed, abduction, rape, murder etc. India was the one of the largest colonies of Great Britain and was granted freedom after a long period of subjugation, however resulted into the partition of country which caused a big destruction to the subcontinent in the form of ethnic and religious riots. This paper aims to explore the voice of people and their plight, who badly suffered during the cataclysmic event of partition.
Keywords: Partition Literature, history, violence, abduction, subjugation, migration, cataclysmic events, riots.  
 

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Asaduddin, M. 'Fiction as History: Partition Stories'. Pangs of Partition. Vol.2.Eds. Settar S and Gupta I.B. New Delhi: Manohar, 2002. Butalia, Urvashi. 'Listening for a Change: Narratives of Partition'. Settar S.& LB. Gupta. Tirmiz, S.A.I. The Paradoxes of Partition, 1937-47: 1937-39. Centre for Federal Studies, Jamia Hamdard (Hamdard University) in association with Manak Publications, 1998.

Navdeep Kaur Gill

IMPACT OF ACADEMIC STRESS ON STUDENTS OF CLASS +1

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7064/7069

 Stress arises when the combination of internal and external pressures exceeds the individual’s resources to cope with their situation. For many young adults, college is the best time of life. These critical years can also be undermined by depression, anxiety and stress. Students are very likely to experience some or many stressors which may test their ability to cope: adapting to a new environment, balancing a heavy work load, making new friends, becoming more independent, and dealing with myriad of other issues. Looking from a closer perspective, the college students’ encounters a number of challenges in his day to day life, therefore the whole idea of an existing and vibrant college life is unveiled by these challenges which in turn contribute to stress and if not dealt with can only escalate and hamper their academic performance, emotional and social well-being. The purpose of the study is to find out the level of academic stress among students Of Class +1 having different streams. A sample  of 200 students of class +1 studying in school of Ferozepur  District of Punjab, India was drawn using random sampling technique. The main focus of this paper to  examines the sources and effects of stress on  students. The  study reveals that the  students of class +1 are having moderate level of academic stress and irrespective of sub samples of  students are having moderate level of academic stress.

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Babar T. S., Kahloon, A., Kazmi, M., Khalid, H., Nawaz, K., Khan, N.A., and Khan,S. (2004). Students, Stress and Coping Strategies: A Case of Pakistani Medical School Community Health Sciences Department, Aga Khan University (AKU), Karachi, Pakistan Education for Health, 17( 3), 346-353. Barber, B. & Olsen, J. (2004). Assessing the transitions to middle and high school. Journal of Adolescent Research, 19, 4-23. Blake, R.L., & Vandiver, T. A. (1988). The association of health with stressful life changes, social supports, and coping. Family Practice Research Journal, 7 (4), pp. 205-218.

V. Madhavi

INCLISIVE EDUCATION- HISTORIC LANDMARKS IN INDIA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7070/7074

 In order to understand the segregation, integration and strategies for developing inclusive schools, it is also important to understand the historical context in which these changes are located. The educational policy of India was defined and redefined in many ways during the British rule and after gaining Independence. Some of the significant milestones for developments that informally supported education for all are outlined here.

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Jerry W.A model for inclusive teacher preparation, with worth Narayan .J and Rao,GL(2006) utilizing existing resources for inclusive education children with disabilities in India. Asia pacific disability rehabilitation journal vol 17(01) 2006 87-93p. P.V.Ramanakumari,P.V.Manjula,M.M.Sharanaiah, and G.Malar (2012)Status study of Awareness and Attitudes of Mainstream Educators towards Governmental Legislations, Policies and Programmes for Inclusive Education of Children with Special Needs. March 9&10th 2012,National conference,SNDT Womens University, Mumbai.

A. Jammanna

DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS AND FEW DYNAMIC ASPECTS OF VIJAYANAGARA SUPREMACY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7075/7085

 One of the earliest writers on and admires of the Vijayanagara empire the Englishman Robert Sewell once expressed his opinion on the tradition of history writing (or the lack of it) in pre-modern India. In a series of lectures delivered before the east India Association in London in 1897 entitled “India before the British’ he observed that they only way of knowing what happened a hundred years ago was.

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Sewell, A Forgotten Empire, p. 286. Sewell: Ibid, p. 287. Ibid. Sewell, Op. Cit.,p.250. Ibid, p.289. Ibid, p277. Ibid,p.285. Archaeological Annual Report, 1912-13. E.I.I.p.401.

Ms. Megha D’souza & Shefali Pandya

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STUDENTS’ PREFERENCES FOR LEARNING ENVIRONMENT ON THE BASIS OF SCHOOL TYPES.

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7086/7093

 Education is a potent force in developing a child into skilled, effective, productive and law-abiding citizen. It is therefore imperative that the environment for the education of the child is conducive and congenial for his growth and development. The aim of the study was to compare students’ preferences for learning environment on the basis of School Types. The study adopted the descriptive method of the Casual – Comparative type. The sample comprised of 574 standard VIII English medium students from schools. The tools used for the study were Preferred Learning Environment Scale by Fraser (1996) and Hemisphericity Dominance Test by Venkataraman. ANOVA and ‘t’ test was used to compare students’ preference for learning environment on the basis of hemisphericity and gender respectively. The findings are discussed in detail in the paper. 
Keywords: Students’ Preferences, Learning Environment, School types by Gender, School Types by Management. 
 

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Aggarwal, D.D..(2004). Educational technology. New Delhi: Sarup and sons. Best, J.W., & Kahn, J.V. (1986).Research in education (5thed). New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Best, J.W., & Kahn, J.V. (2003).Research in education (9thed).New Delhi: Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd.

Gunwant Sonone

BHARAT KI ADIVASHI MAHILAYE EVAM VERTMAN CHUNOTIYA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 7094/7099

 प्राचीन काल से वर्तमान समय तक की ऐतिहासिक पृष्ठभूमि देशज समुदाय (आदिवासी, जनजाति, आदिम) की आव्हानात्मक एवं आंदोलनात्मक रही है | देशज समाज की भाषा, जीवन पद्धति, मानव समाज एवं विश्व के प्रति दृष्टिकोण, संस्कृति आदि के संदर्भ में विशेषताएं गैर देशज समुदाय से अलग है | जल, जंगल, जमीन, प्राकृतिक संसाधनों पर देशज समाज का विशेषाधिकार रहा है | जल, जंगल, जमीन, प्राकृतिक संसाधन आदि पर्यावरणीय घटक देशज समाज की संस्कृति बनी है | प्राकृतिक संसाधनों का संरक्षण प्रमुखत: से देशज समुदाय ने किया है | प्रकृति के साथ इनका मजबूत रिश्ता है | इन विशेषताओं के कारण देशज समाज की एक अलग पहचान है |

                सामाजिक, सांस्कृतिक, आर्थिक, राजकीय दृष्टिकोण से देशज समाज के साथ गैर-देशज समुदाय ने अलगाव बनाएं रखा | इस कारणवश देशज समुदाय की गैर-देशज समुदाय की तुलना में सभी क्षेत्रों में प्रगति संभव नहीं हो पायी है | बदलते वर्तमान परिप्रेक्ष में देशज समुदाय गैर-देशज समुदाय के संपर्क में आने से प्रगति के नये आयाम खुलने लगे है | विभिन्न धार्मिक संगठनों ने वैचारिक एवं धार्मिक प्रसार के लिए देशज समुदाय से संपर्क स्थापित किये | गैर-देशज समुदाय की संस्कृति और देशज समाज की संस्कृति परस्पर प्रभावित हुई | गैर- देशज समाजों की अंत:र्क्रिया और हस्तक्षेप के परिणामस्वरूप देशज समाज के सामाजिक-सांस्कृतिक दृष्टी से काफी बदलाव आया है | देशज समाज की सामाजिक, सांस्कृतिक, आर्थिक क्षेत्र में पुरुष और महिलाओं का उत्तरदाइत्व और निर्णय में स्थान एवं अधिकार समान है | उत्पादक क्षेत्र में महिलाओं की भागीदारी समान है |  देशज समाज महिलाओं के संदर्भ में हिंसा मुक्त समाज माना जाता है | गैर-देशज समाज एवं विश्व के परिवर्तनीय घटकों के संपर्क में आने से देशज समाज विशेषत: महिला जीवन प्रभावित हुवा है |

                प्राकृतिक संसाधन संरक्षण, शिक्षा, उत्पादक कार्य, सामाजिक- सांस्कृतिक क्षेत्र, मूलाधिकार, शासकीय निति आदि के सन्दर्भ में चुनौतियां है | चेतना राष्ट्रीय विकसित कर हम देशज समाज की महिलाओं को वर्तमान चुनौतियों का सामना करने के लिए सक्षम बना सकते है |

परिभाषिक शब्द : देशज समाज (आदिवासी, जनजाति, आदिम), गैर-देशज समाज, वर्तमान चुनौतियाँ .........

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Rachna Sharma

HISAR ATROCITIES: EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL CHANGE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8000/8007

 The main work of education is to check class conflict and class-war by popularizing in the public such ideas which may bring about unity in society where the problem of national integration is the most important because of differences of caste, creed, language, etc. Indian society is a multiculturalists society, consists of diverse castes, creeds, religions and languages which are best with many social evils and harmful traditions. Even after 68 years of independence many social evils and harmful traditions still exist in our country. We can mention a case of Mirchpur Village of Hisar district (HR.), showing such social evil in this era of globalization and modernization. This research is an initiative to assess the educational and social change after Mirchpur Carnage and to bring awareness among students and teachers to eliminate such evils from our society.  The survey method of descriptive research was followed and an opinionnaire was developed by the investigator as a tool to collect data. A sample of 80 students and 20 teachers of senior secondary level in Mirchpur Village were selected through purposive sampling technique. Result reveals positive educational and social changes among the students and teachers of Mirchpur village of Hisar district.
Key Words: Social change, Educational change, Caste violence
 

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http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/india/mirchpur-a-dog-story http://www.ncdhr.org.in/ndmj/key-activities/Fact%20Finding%20Report%20Finalpdf2.pdf http://www.slideshare.net/HRLNIndia/mirchpur-carnage http://indianexpress.com/article/india/crpf-withdrawn-from-mirchpur-village-in-hisar-after-6-years-4418598/

Jahangir Ahmad Malik & Prof. R.A. Sharma

KASHMIR’S THREATENED HERITAGE: STUDY OF BIJBEHARA TOWN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8008/8017

 Kashmir in general and district Anantnag in particular espies a sui-generic pulpit in whole India. Because of the axiomatic truth the region (Anantnag) has been a source of attraction for expeditionists, writers, bards, saints and scholars. Valley of Kashmir instead of its natural treasure is vastly embedded with the scintillated and sheering aforementioned heritage monumental sites that succor to cater the tourists from all nooks and corners of the globe.   Heritage destinations are espying master attention to one of the growing niche market segments in the travel industry today. Over the years the popularity of heritage tourism has grown with travelers and with those developing new tourism attractions. Consequently, the present research paper has been devoted to highlight the quintessence and uniqueness of monumental heritage of the study area – Bijbehara (Anantnag). This research paper is mainly based on the secondary data to draw attention towards this potential tourist area.  The heritage presentation must acquire a major thematic emphasis in the present position and future prospects of tourism in Bijbehara-(Anantnag) as well as whole state of Jammu and Kashmir. Henceforth, the suggestions provided are programme and strategic oriented with special reference to the study area Jammu and Kashmir. 
Keywords: Heritage, Monumental, Potential, Recommendations, Threatened.
 

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Ahmad, Iqbal (2005), Discoveries of Kashmir, Gulshan Books Srinagar. Ahmad, Iqbal (2007), Kashmir Heritage Tourism, Gulshan Books Srinagar. Bakshi, SR (1997) “Kashmir: Tourism Monuments and Floklore” Sarup and Sons, New Delhi. Bates, Charles Ellison (2005), A Gazetteer of Kashmir, Gulshan Books Srinagar. Bhat, Chander M. “Kashmir Pandith villages and temples”.

Gopinath P. Dapke, Vishal V. Awasarmol, Siddheshwar D. Raut, Pravina P. Pawar

GAMMA RAY INTERACTION STUDIES ON SOME SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS IN THE ENERGY RANGE 122 KEV TO 1330 KEV

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8018/8026

 In this paper, we have been calculated and measured the attenuation cross section parameters of some shape memory alloys in the energy range 122 keV to 1330 keV. From the present study, it is observed that there is good agreement between experimental and theoretical values and the variation of obtained values of all parameters strongly depends on the photon energy; it decreases or increases due to chemical composition and density of the sample material. All samples have been studied extensively using WinXCOM program and transmission curve shows that the variation of all sample materials initially decreases with increasing photon energy. The present study can be useful in radiation therapy, medical, aerospace, robotics, engineering and many technological applications.
Keywords: Mass attenuation coefficients, total atomic cross section, total electronic cross section
 
 
 

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Manohara S.R., Hanagodimath S.M.; 2007, Studies on effective atomic numbers and electron densities of essential amino acids in the energy range 1keV-100GeV, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, Vol. 258, 321-328. Han I., Demir L.; 2009, Studies on mass attenuation coefficient, effective atomic and electron number of Ti and Ni alloy, Radiation Measurements, Vol. 44, 289-294. Manohara S.R., Hanagodimath S.M.; 2007, Studies on effective atomic numbers and electron densities of essential amino acids in the energy range 1keV-100GeV, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, Vol. 258, 321-328. Hubbell J.H.; 1982, Photon mass attenuation and energy absorption, International Journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes, Vol, 1269-1290. Hubbell J.H., Seltzer S.M.; 1995, Tables of X-ray mass attenuation coefficients and mass energy absorption coefficients 1 keV to 20 MeV for elements Z=1 to 92 and 48 additional substances of dosimetric interest, National Institute of Standards and Physics Laboratory, NISTIR 5632. Berger M.J., Hubbell J.H.; 1987, (XCOM) Photon cross section on a personal computer. NBSIR, 87-3597.

Marietta N. Mulinge, Kimiti Richard Peter & Pamela Muriungi

INFLUENCE OF LABORATORY FACILITIES ON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE SUBJECTS IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MACHAKOS SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8027/8038

 The purpose of the study was to establish the influence of laboratory facilities on students’ academic performance in science subjects in public secondary schools in Machakos Sub-County, Kenya. The study objectives were; to establish the availability of laboratory facilities and equipment in public secondary schools, to find out the extent to which the science teachers use laboratory facilities in teaching science subjects, to establish the relationship between laboratory facilities and the students’ academic performance in science subjects.The study employed a descriptive survey research design where the target population consisted of 75 principals, 350 teachers and 4500 form three students of the public secondary schools in Machakos Sub-County. Questionnaires were used to collect data. Quantitative data was analyzed using statistical Package for Social Sciences and the results presented in frequency tables, bar graphs and percentages to make meaningful conclusions. From the study it was established that; there is no significant relationship between availability of laboratory facilities and students’ performance in science subjects, there is significant relationship between laboratory facilities and the students’ academic performance in science subjects, teachers use of laboratory facilitiesin teaching science subjects had significant effect on students’ performance in science subjects and managing class sizes pose a significant challenge to principals in provision of laboratory facilities in public secondary schools. This study recommends that principals should work hand in hand with parents, sponsors and other stakeholders in education to prioritize the provision of adequate laboratory facilities.
Keywords: Laboratory facilities, students’ performance, science subjects.


 
 
 

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Muia Masaku Peter, David M. Mulwa & Francis B. Mutua

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE FAMILY BASED FACTORS INFLUENCING STUDENTS’ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MACHAKOS SUB-COUNTY, KENYA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8039/8051

 Kenya Vision 2030 points out education and training as an instrument to develop Kenya to be a middle-income economy. Family backgrounds have been highlighted as of great importance in molding the performance of children in schools worldwide. The purpose of the study was to investigate the influence of family based factors on the academic performance of students in Machakos sub-county, Machakos County. The study employed a descriptive research design. The study useda proportionate stratified random sampling method to settle on the sample size. Data was collected by use of questionnaires for students. The data wasanalyzed quantitatively using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics such as regression and the Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient were used.  The analysed data was presented using frequency tables, charts and figures. The findings were that family socio-economic status, parent’s marital status and parent’s level of education influenced students’ academic performance in that order. The information obtained from the study would be of great importance to parents, school management and the researcher doing research on a similar field.
Keywords:  Family background; Family size; Academic performance; Parental marital status; Parents’ education; Socio-economic status; Socialization

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Becker, W. E. and Powers, J. R. (2001). Student performance, attrition, and class size given missing student data. Economics of Education Review, 20(4), 377-388. Charles N. (2003). African Higher Education, An international Reference.Handbook.Indiana University Press. McLeod, R. D. M. and Lloyd-Williams, M.(2004). A systematic review of teaching and learning in palliative care within the medical undergraduate curriculum. Medical teacher, 26(8), 683-690. Mugenda, O., andMugenda, A. (1999).RESEARCH METHODS: Quantitative and Qualitative methods.Nairobi, Rev editions. Ng’ang’a, J. M., andNyongesa, W. J. (2012).The impact of organisational culture on performance of educational institutions. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 3(8). Orodho, A. J. (2005). Techniques of writing research proposals and reports in Educational and Social Sciences, Nairobi: kaneja HP Enterprises. Palela, E and Kean, D (2005).The Influence of Parent Education and Family Income on Child Achievement: The Indirect Role of Parental Expectations and the Home Environment. In Journal of Family Psychology (pp. 294 – 304)

Subhash Singh

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND ITS MANAGEMENT

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8052/8062

 Integrated Education follows the principle of providing equal opportunities to an  integrated group of able bodied and differently abled children studying together. Inclusive Education makes provision for learning of all children in the classroom. The regular teacher becomes the acilitator. The general school adapts to the needs of every child in the classroom.
Keywords: Persons With Disabilities (PWDs), Sarva Shikshya Abhiyan (SSA), Multi grade schools (MGS), Criterion Referenced Data (CRD), Curriculum-based Criterion Referenced Data (CCRD).
 

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Mani Arora

E-TAILING: EMERGING OPPORTUNITY IN RURAL SECTOR

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8063/8069

 Financial situation or financial status of any family can be assured by various factors like debt to income ratio or savings to cover an unexpected expense or emergency. But when it comes to rural sector, these financial status only means the present expenditure because for all the needs they majorly depends on which will results into higher debt to income ratio.Habit of spending is directly related to financial status and income of the family. But attractive easy instalments plan, no down payment options and take now pay later has all made online shopping a tempting things which everyone wants.   E-commerce has made this debt purchasing much more than expected. As the behavioural economics says that pain of paying restricts the customers to purchase the unwanted things as they feel pain while paying cash from pocket but when it comes to online shopping, this pain of paying disappears and customers tend to purchase tempting and unwanted things thereby affecting their financial status. Earlier ICT were the concept of urban & rich but as internet & computers have reached to every now & then online shopping is also becoming much popular in rural areas also. This online shopping system has its own significance .Presently paper evaluates the [reason & future prospects of online shopping of the rural India where people hardly believe in virtual objects.
Keywords: Online shopping, rural sector, internet Banking,E-Commerce.
 

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Almaa M.A and Mirza AA.” The impact of electronics words of mouth on consumers purchasing Decisions. Falk, Louis K: Socket Hy: C hen Kaunhcin(2005)” E-commerce & consumer’s expectations; what maes a website work.” Journal of website promotion.1(1) PP(65-75) Frieden, Jonathan D: Roche ,Sea patrick(2006)” Electronic Commerce: Legal issues of online reatoler in Virgania,” Richmond journal of Law and technology Desai NardiKumar(2012) “ E-Commerce & Rural websites, Sector(International Journal of advanced research in computer engineering & technology. PP 144-150 Huang M(2000) Information load: its relationship to online exploratory and shopping behaviour. International Journals of information management 20 PP 59-88 Internet and mobile association of India Digital commerce report 2014 Steve Elliot and Sue Fowell(2000)”Expectation versus reality: a snapshot of consumer experiences with internet reatiling.” Internatinal journal of information management 20 PP 323-336

Kavita Singh Chaudhary & Rohit Kumar Singh

EFFECT OF GLOMUS MOSSEAE ON GROWTH AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CAJANUS CAJAN (VAR. ICPL-87)

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8070/8075

 Effect of Glomus mosseae on growth and chemical composition of Cajanus cajan was investigated with different spore densities by placing the spores along with seed. Root colonization with the fungus has resulted in an increased vegetative growth, total chlorophyll content and uptake of nutrients viz., nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, calcium and magnesium compared to non-mycorrhizal plants. Two hundred spores per plant was found to be optimum for root colonization and for obtaining maximum vegetative growth. Mycorrhizal plants recorded increased weights of fresh root, shoot and dry shoot over non-mycorrhizal plants.
Keywords- Glomus mosseae, Mycorrhiza, Cajanus cajan, root colonization
 

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Arnon, D.I, 1949, Copper enzymes in isolated chloroplasts of poly-phenol-oxidase in Beta vulgaris. Plant Physiology 24:1-15 Bagyaraj D.J., Byra Reddy M. S. and Nalini P.A. 1989. Selection of efficient inoculants V A Mycorrhizal fungus for leucaena. Forest Ecol. Management 27: 81-85 Bremner, J.M. 1965. Methods of soil analysis vol. 2. Chemical and microbiological methods. Am. Soc. Agron. Madison, Wilconsin. Daft, M.J. and T.H. Nicolson. 1969. Effects of Ednogone mycorrhiza on plant growth. III. Influence of inoculum concentration on growth and infection in tomato. New Phyiol. 68-953-963.

Ms. Simerjeet Kaur, Usha Kothari & Mrs. Karanjeet kaur

EFFECT OF GST ON MOAJRI AND JUTTI CRAFT

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8085/8091

 India is a country of rich culture, history and heritage. It is a major producer and supplier of handicrafts product since ancient age. It earned a potential economic advantage for the country. In India Rajasthan is often called the “shopper’s paradise.”  It become popular in livestock craftsmen, her usually created various kinds of innovative and artistic leather craft later on Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaiselmer, Udaipur & Barmer developed as center of leather craft such as “Nagri” “Mojari” “Jutti” and become famous for “Salmasitra” and “Kashidakar”,. The jutti (Punjabi: ਜੁੱਤੀ) or Punjabi Jutti (Punjabi: ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਜੁੱਤੀ) is a type of footwear common in North India and neighbouring regions. They are traditionally made up of leather and with extensive embroidery, in real gold and silver thread in olden days. In current budget (2017-18) finance minister has declared it would be based on the scheme relating to textile announced last year. He said we have started an attractive scheme for textile sector. New scheme would be brought for leather & footwear sector. In June, 2016 a scheme with an outlay of 6000 corer was started for apparel &textile sector by Govt.  New jobs would be generated in next three years. It would attract an investment of 11 billion dollar & export of about 30 billion dollars.   Leather footwear may pinch under GST as prices likely to rise 5 to 7%. The purpose GST rates may push up prices of footwear across categories, while leather as a segment is most likely to be hit due to high rates.  The GST rates council meeting, chaired by finance minister Arun Jaitly said categorised footwear into two tax slabs like those priced below Rs500 will be taxed at 5%, while others will be taxed 18%. According to CFLA (Council for Footwear, Leather and Accessories) expecting a potential price rise of 5 %to 7% in leather segment. There might not much change in non leather prices but overall, there is a huge disappointment in the industry, adding that the industry was expecting a lower slab rate.
Keywords: GST, CFLA, Changes, materials.
 

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Suresh Anuganti

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON VOCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS OF SOCIALLY ADVANTAGED AND DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8083/8091

 
 The present study was undertaken to compare the vocational aspirations of the secondary school students. The sample of the study consisted of 600secondary school students studying X class in erstwhile Karimanagar district of Telangana State. As far as the study concerned SC, ST, BC category students were considered as socially disadvantaged group and General/OC category students were considered as socially advantaged group. Vocational Aspiration Test (VAT), which was developed by researcher for the present research purpose only, was used for data collection. Analysis of data was done by employing “t” test. The results of the study revealed that the socially advantaged students were found to be better than the socially disadvantaged students and with reference to gender differential results were come out. Imn socially advantaged group girls were found to be had better vocational aspirations than their counterpart’s i.e socially advantaged boys whereas in socially disadvantaged group boys were found to be had better vocational aspirations than their disadvantaged counterparts.
 
Keywords: Socially Advantaged, Socially Disadvantaged, Caste, Vocational Aspirations, Students Aspirations.
 

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Ameerjan, M.S. (1984). Background variables of the scheduled caste and tribe college students - A comparative study. Indian Educational Review, 19 (2), 28-36. Armstrong, P. I., & Crombie, G. (2000). Compromises in adolescents’ occupational aspirations and expectations from grades 8 to 10. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 56, 82-98. Das, D.G. (1991). A study of the Educational and Vocational Aspiration level of tribal and non-tribal youths of the South Gujrat Region: A cultural study. Ph.D Thesis in Education, South Gujrat University. Gottfredson, L. S. (2002). Gottfredson’s theory of circumscription, compromise, and self creation. In D. Brown and Associates (Eds.), Career choice and development (4th ed., pp.85-149). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Gottfredson, L. S. (2005). Applying Gottfredson’s theory of circumscription and compromise in career guidance and counseling. In S. D. Brown & R. T. Lent (Eds.), Career development and counseling: Putting theory and research to work (pp. 71–100). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Gottfredson, L. S., & Becker H. J. (1981). A challenge to vocational psychology: How important are aspirations in determining male career development?. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 18(2), 121-137. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0001-8791 (81)90001-4

Tushar M. Patil

LIBRARY AND INORMATION NETWORKING

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8092/8099

  In the above article, it appears that the use of library networking equipments co-partnership is being done in modern libraries in various forms. In the field of library; chiefly; in order to do co-partnership use of library networking. Its reason is that there is a large scale growth in reading aids, grooming prices of publications, various types of demands of the readers decreasing manpower, that’s why, traditional libraries have turned to library co-operation, co-partnership; and at creation of library networking and its visual form means the growth taking place in the network of libraries. In this changing ambience; library networking is imparting its suitable initiative.
Keywords:  Library, Information Science, Digitations, Networking, Internet.
 

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Alireza Isfandyari- Moghaddam. Digital libraries and information: research perspectives. Library Review, 2013, 62 (6/7):445-447. Bansode, Sadanad Y. and Periera Shamim, A Survey of Library Automation in College Libraries in Goa State, India,” Sadanand Y. Bansode, Miss. Shamin Periera, Library Philosophy and Practice 2008, 1-7. Basavaraja K. ICT New Professional Challenges & Skill of LIS Professionals in Digital Era,Proceeding on National Conference Emerging Trends in Academic Libraries, Dhule, 2013, 65-69. Borgman Christine L. From Gutenberg to the global information infrastructure; access to information in the net'A'orked world. Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press. 2003. pp 344-345 (p33-44). Choukhande, Vaishali G. Librarian's Computer Awareness and Use of it Application in College Libraries of Yavatmal District (Maharashtra). Proceedings CALIBER- 2003, Ahmedabad, 1-6.

Cerena Aurin D’Cunha

A STUDY OF SELF EVALUATION OF TEACHER PERFORMANCE OF STUDENT-TEACHERS IN RELATION TO THEIR MOTIVATION ON THE BASIS OF THE TYPE OF MANAGEMENT OF THE COLLEGE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8100/8110

 

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Baron R.A. 'Psychology'. (5th Ed.), New Delhi: Printice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. 2001. Gary P. Latham,’ Work motivation: history, theory, research, and practice’, (1st Ed.), New Delhi: Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd. 2007 Garret,H.E: Statistics in Psychology and Education, New York : Longman, Green and Co. 1958 John W. Best & James V. Kahn 'Research In Education' (9th Ed), New Delhi: Printice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. 2003. Koul L., 'Methodology Of Educational Research' (2nd Ed), New Delhi : Vikas Publishing House Pvt.Ltd.1988. Mangal S.K. 'Statistics In Psychology & Education', (2nd Ed), New Delhi: Printice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. 2003.

Cindrella D’Mello

ACADEMIC SELF-IMAGE OF SSC BOARD STUDENTS AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OPEN SCHOOLING (NIOS) STUDENTS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8111/8115

 The present study aimed at comparing academic self image of the students on the basis of their school type and gender. Descriptive-comparative method was used. Data was collected from 504 students of 10th standard studying in SSC board schools and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS). Descriptive and inferential analysis techniques were used. Academic Self-Image of SSC board students was found to be higher than the NIOS students. Academic Self Image of the boys attending SSC board schools was higher than the boys attending NIOS. There was no significant difference in the Academic Self Image of the girls attending SSC board schools and girls attending NIOS. 

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Joan Lopes

VALUE BASED EDUCATION – NEED OF THE HOUR

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8122/8126

 

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Ary,D.; Jacobs, L.C. & Razavieh, A. (1972). Introduction to Research in Education. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. Best, J.W. & Kahn, J.V. (2003). Research In Education (9th Ed). New Delhi: Printice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Borg, W. & Fall, M. (1987).Educational research: An introduction (5th edition). New York.; Longman. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandurang_Sadashiv_Sane https://hi.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E0%A4%B8%E0%A4%BE%E0%A4%A8%E0%A5%87_%E0%A4%97%E0%A5%81%E0%A4%B0%E0%A5%82%E0%A4%9C%E0%A5%80 http://www.veethi.com/india-people/pandurang_sadashiv_sane-profile-7463-28.htm

Ms. Meera Ranjith & Ms. Vani Achari Ummadisingu

TO EXAMINE THE LEVEL OF TEACHER APTITUDE AND TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS IN PRACTICE TEACHING AMONG PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS OF AIDED AND UNAIDED D.T.EDCOLLEGES AND TO SUGGEST MEASURES TO ENHANCE THEM

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8127/8134

 The aim of this research was to examine the level of Teacher Aptitude and Teacher Effectiveness in Practice Teaching among Pre-service Teachers of Aided and Unaided D.T.Ed colleges of education and tosuggest measures to enhance Teacher Aptitude and Teacher Effectiveness in Practice Teaching among pre-service teachers.A self- structured questionnaire consisting of 42 positive and negative statements on Teacher Aptitude in Practice Teaching and 43 positive and negative statementson Teacher Effectiveness in Practice Teaching were constructed. The responses were based on likert scale ranging from Strongly Agree to Strongly Disagree. The validity and reliability of the tools were established, and were distributed among the target population and primary data gathered through questionnaire were analysed and discussed in accordance with the objectives and hypothesis of the study. There is significant difference in the level of Teacher Aptitude in Practice Teaching among aided and unaided D.T.ED junior colleges of education of total sample. The reasons for this result may be that the Teacher Aptitude in Practice Teaching depends upon the Mental Ability, Professional interest, Adaptability,Management skills/Subject Knowledge, Motivation, Communication and Interaction of the Pre-service Teacher. The result of the study showed that there is significant difference in in the level of Teacher Effectivenessin Practice Teaching among the pre-service teachers in aided and unaided D.T.ED junior colleges of education.The reasons for Teacher Effectiveness in Practice Teaching may be due to the colleges giving proper training to students and the Micro Teaching skill lessons among the peer group help them to gain confidence and that results in the effectiveness in teaching.
Keywords:  D.T.ED, Pre-service teachers, Teacher Aptitude, Teacher Effectiveness.
 

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Augustine, A.D. (2010). Teaching Aptitude, Competency; Academic Background and Achievement in Educational Psychology.Edu.Tracks, Vol 9(6).p.26. Basu Sarah (2010). Value Patterns and Teaching Aptitude of Pupil Teachers-An Empirical Study. Journals on Education Vol.3( 2). pp 27-31 Bhattacharya G.C. (1995).Teaching Aptitude, Intellectual Level and Morality of Prospective Teachers. Indian Educational Abstracts, 1(2). p.78 Beena, S. (1995).Determinants of Teacher Effectiveness.AmbalaCantt: The India Publications.Goswami,S.K.(July, 2007) Edutrack, ’Impact of teacher effectiveness’ Kukreti, B.R. (1990). A study of some psychological correlates of unsuccessful teachers.Unpublished doctoral dissertation.Edu.Rohilkhand University. Natesan .N. and KhajaRahamathalla.S.K.(2003). Teaching Profession Perception, Teaching Aptitude and Personality Factors of Secondary Grade Teaching.Edutracks, Vol.2(10), pp.32-38. Ranganathan, V. (2008).Self esteem and Teaching aptitude of D.T.ED students.Journal of Psychological Researches.An International Journal.Vol. No.52, No.1, p.47-49. Sharma, Praveen (2006). A study of Teaching Aptitude in Relationship to General Teaching Competency, Professional Teaching and Academic Achievement of B.Ed. Pupil Teachers. http://www.jmi, nic.in /research/ab 2006.Education.html. Tasleem, J., &Hamid., M.M. (2012). Teaching Aptitude of Elementary and Secondary Level Teachers Educators.Journal of Education and Practice,3(2), 67-71

Mrs. Shakuntala Nighot

BIBLIOGRAPHY IN TEACHER EDUCATION PHD THESES: AN OBSOLESCENCE STUDY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8135/8144

 It’s obvious that some materials in libraries or in particular stream of knowledge become outdated as time advances. In library and information science this phenomenon is known as ‘obsolescence’.Present study was done to comprehend the obsolescence of teacher education literature. Findingswill be helpful as decisions making tool for teacher education libraries in their various policies of collection management. 
Keywords: Teacher Education, PhD Theses, Library Withdrawal Policy, Literature Obsolescence, Bibliomeric Analysis, Literature Half-Life
 

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Hooker, R. H. (1935) A study of scientific periodicals. Rev ScientInstrum. 6; 33-338. Brodus, R. N. (1953) The research literature of the field of speech. Chicago, ACRL (ACRL monograph no.7) Lowler, E.(1963) Physiology of the scientists: Age and authorship of citations in selected physiological journals. Physiological Reports. 13; 537. Lin, N. and Nelson, C. E. (1963) Bibliographic reference pattern in core Sociological journals, 1965-66. American Sociology. 4; 47-50.

Sheela Philip

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: A LONG-TERM GOAL OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8145/8152

 

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Goleman, D. (1996). Emotional Intelligence: Why it Can Matter More Than IQ.Bloomsbury. Goleman, D. (1998). Working with Emotional Intelligence. New York: Bantam. Cherniss, C. (2004). Intelligence, Emotional. In Speilberger, C.D., Editor-in-chief. Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology. Vol. 2. Oxford: Elsevier Academic Press, pp. 315-319. Low, G.R., & Nelson, G.B. (2004). Emotional Intelligence: Effectively Bridging the Gap between High School and College.Texas Association of Secondary School Principals: Texas Study. Singh, D. (2001). Emotional Intelligence at Work. New Delhi: Response Books. Schutte N. S., Malouff J. M., Hall L. E., Haggerty R. D., Cooper J. T., Golden C., Dornheim L. (1998). Development and Validation of a Measure of Emotional Intelligence. Personality and Individual Differences. Vol. 25: pp. 167-177. Best, J.W., & Kahn, J.V. (1996). Methods and Tools of Research. Research in Education, 7th edition. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India, pp. 207-269.

Mrs. Sheetal Sawant

STOCK VERIFICATION IN MANIBEN NANAVATI WOMEN’S COLLEGE LIBRARY A CASE STUDY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8153/8156

 The study focuses on the Automated Stock Verification process in Maniben Nanavati Women’s College Library by using SLIM 21 Library Management Software. The complete process of Stock verification using PT 60 Stock taking device , data capturing, data uploading, process of find out missing accession numbers, report generation in SLIM software, withdrawn process have been discuss. The stock verification rules and regulation, various methods of stock verification, how it is necessary to upgrade our library collection are also described in this paper.   
Keywords:  Stock Verification, Barcode technology, Weeding, SLIM 21, PT 60 Devise
 

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Carnell, E.J. (1947). Library Administration. Grafton, 166p. http://www.mnwc-sndt.org/ Jain, M.K. & Jain, N. (2006). Teaching – Learning: Library & Information Services A manual. Shipra publication. Delhi. 351p. Rajendiran, P. & Indu, B. (2006) Automated Library Stock Verification with Barcode and LibSys. DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology, Vol. 26, No. 5, September 2006, 17-21p. Viswanathan, C.G. (1961). Library Administration, Atma Ram & Sons. Delhi. 92p.

Sunita Jain

TECHNOPHOBIA: A THREAT TO DIGITAL LEARNING

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8157/8160

 Advancement in technology is growing in leaps and bound. It has opened up new avenues for all generation people in various fields like education, marketing, commerce etc. To keep up the pace with this advanced technology in education field, the stakeholders need to keep themselves abreast with it. Teachers are one of the most important personnel who need computer and internet literacy because their gained knowledge can transform teaching learning process which emphasize more on connected learning. It enhances professional content, resources, and systems to help them improve their own instruction and personalize learning. We are aware of the new techniques and tools which are expected by the teachers to embrace with but do we pause and think that do all teachers embrace it willingly or few suffer from technophobia? The objectives of this study are to find out the meaning, causes, symptoms and strategies to overcome technophobia.
Keywords: Technology, technophobia
 

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Akinyemi, K. (2003). A Study of Technophobia among Primary School Teachers. Retrieved from https://eric.ed.gov/?q=technophobia&id=EJ342880 on 02/11/2017 http://www.fearof.net/fear-of-technology-phobia-technophobia/. Retrieved on 10/1/2017 https://www.allaboutcounseling.com/library/technophobia/. Retrieved on 15/10/2017 https://www.ed.gov/oii-news/use-technology-teaching-and-learning. Retrieved on 9/09/2017 Rosen, Larry D. and Weil, Michelle M.(2005).Computer Availability, Computer Experience and Technophobia among Public School Teachers. Retrieved from https://eric.ed.gov/?q=technophobia&id=EJ496618 on 01/11/2017

Vaishaliben B. Patel

ASTUDY OF TASK –BASED LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION WITH REFERENCE TO WRITING ACHIEVEMENT IN ENGLISH

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8161/8166

 A considerable number of educationists as well as research studies highlight the effectiveness of Task-Based Instruction (TBI) as an influential instructional strategy in Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). The fact, however, are those tasks differ in nature to high extent and therefore the recognition of the plausible different tasks in terms of their effectiveness and the results. We are likely to reap out of their implications in real classroom situations can be of high importance. This paper, as such, reports on a study which aimed at an ilk of comparison between the potential effects of two kinds of task namely ‘unplanned open tasks’ and ‘unplanned closed tasks’ on writing performance of students of Art’s College, Dabhoi (Gujarat). Out of a total population of hundred, seventy almost homogeneous students were taken as subjects in this study. Having taken the posttest, the means and t-values were determined for the two groups, the control and the experimental groups, and then compared. The results provided evidence that ‘unplanned closed tasks’ had significantly better effects on improving the target group’s students’ writing performance than ‘unplanned open tasks’, The author discusses pedagogical implications and suggests recommendations for further research.
Keywords: Open task, Close task, Achievement
 

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Dewey, J. (1940). Education today. New York:Greenwood Press. Jacbos, G.M. & Jessica, B. (1996). An investigation of the structure of group activities in ELT course books. ELT Journal, 50(2), 99-106. Johnson, K. (1979). Communicative approaches and communicative process. In Brumfit, C. and Johnson, K. (Eds.). The communicative approach to language teaching (pp.192-205). New York:Oxford University Press. Knight, P. (2005). Learner interaction using e-mail: the effects of the task modification. ReCALL, 17(1), 101-121. Lewis, L.H. & Williams, C.J. (1994). Experiential learning:past and present. New Directions for Audult and Continuing Education, 62, 5-16. Long, M.H. (1989). Task, group and task-group interaction. University of Hawali Working Paers in ESL, 8(2): 1-26. Manuscript received on July6,2006.

Ms. Vani Achari Ummadisingu

A STUDY OF THE LEVEL OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT AWARENESS BEFORE AND AFTER THE INTERVENTION MODULE (ACTION MODEL) AMONG PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS OF PILLAI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, CHEMBUR

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8167/8172

 (This research was funded by University of Mumbai as a Minor Research Project.)
The aim of this research was to study the level of disaster management awareness before and after the intervention module among Pre-service Teachers of Pillai College of Education and Research, Chembur. A questionnaire consisting of 14 statements ranging from Agree to Strongly Disagree, Undecided and 16 questions in form of Match the column and 14 in the form of Multiple choice.The validity and reliability of the tools were established, and were distributed among the target population and primary data gathered through questionnaire were analysed and discussed in accordance with the objectives and hypothesis of the study.There is significant difference between the level of pre and post disaster management awareness scores before and after the intervention module, among the Pre-service teachers of Pillai College of Education and Research, Chembur. The reasons for this result may be that the explicitly designed intervention module (ACTION Model) played a significant role in fostering more awareness about disaster management as it was implemented for more than one week through rigorous exposure through various activities and training by experts in the field of disaster management which helped them to gain more insight about disaster management. 
Keywords: disaster management, ACTION Model, Pre-service teachers.
 

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Vidya Sagar Kumar

REVAMPING ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR QUALITY TEACHING

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8173/8180

 All people prefer quality education. Good quality of teacher education can ensure better classroom teaching. Results of many researches have suggested that elementary teachers’ professional development is more important than current preferred pre-service teacher education. Improving working culture, strive with zeal for self-introspection and strong belief about quality teaching are the some examples of professional development but it is not enough. Changing priorities of in-service teacher education and training shall necessitate teachers’ reorientation or retraining. Teachers’ learning opportunity about worth teaching will be increased with the help of ‘energy of community life’ and make opportunity for institutionalized ongoing teacher development and support services for institutionalized ongoing teacher development. This paper try to examine provisions, opportunities and  current practical reality about teacher education with the help of available literatures and government reports as well as opinion of experts of educational market. Here exploratory method has used for understand the causes of mismatch about outcome of teacher education and teaching. Researcher realizes that only some new direction of teacher education will ensure our quality teaching which requires a strong will power of very educational planner. We will need strong understanding about strategies for making system effective. 
Keyword:  (Professional Development,  Quality Education, Institutional Support, community connection)
 

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Ahuja, A. (2015). Professional Development of Teachers. Education Quest, 6, (1), 11-15. DOI 10.5958/2230-7311.2015.00002.1 CASE M.S. University of Baroda(2000). Teacher Education: Vision and Action. Seeking New Directions in Teacher Education: Baroda Gujrat, India, South Asia: Anil Sadgopal CASE M.S. University of Baroda(2010). Developmental Challenges & Educational Determinism: Teacher education system: Issues and Concerns. Baroda, India, Gujrat, Asia: R. Desai, Tara Pillai, Silpa Parekh Education and National Development: Report of the Education Commission (1964-66). New Delhi, India: Ministry of Education (1966): Government of India. Kapoor, M. (2007).Learning from Children what to teach them.New Delhi, India: Sage Publications. Kumar, V.S. (2014). Elementary Teachers’ Attitude towards In-service Professional Development Program. In M.A. Beg(Ed.), Inclusive Growth Challenges and the way out (pp. 239-254). Delhi India: A.K. Publication.

Sandhya Sarvade & Sunita Vadikar

MADHYAMIK SHALETIL PRACHARYANCHE PARIVARTNIY NETRUTWA VARTAN ANI SANTHA NIHAY SANSKRUTI YANMADHIL SAHSAMBANDHACHA ABHYAS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8173/8180

 

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Best, J. and Khan, J.W. (2003) – Research in Education (7th Ed) New Delhi: Prentice – Hall of India PVT. Ltd. Dr. S.R. Pandya 2001 : ‘Administration and Management of Education’, Himalaya Publishing house. Garrett, H.E. (1985) – Statistics in Psychology and Education (11 th Ed.) Vakil, Feffer and Simsons Ltd. Gary Yukl : ‘Leadership in Organizations’ Seventh Edition, global Edition, Pearson publication, ISBN -13: 978-0-13-815714-2 John W. Best & James v. Khan,1996: Research in Education seventh Edition, Prentice Hall of India Private limited, New Delhi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leadership http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transformational_leadership http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/organizational-culture.html

Giselle Ann D’souza

GENDER MATTERS: STRESSING THE DIFFERENCE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8116/8121

 The present era is characterized by technological modernization. But along with the blessings of a "push button" existence and the good fortune of instant gratification, comes the rather unwanted by-product, stress. Today, school performance has become the yardstick of self-worth. This has resulted in a whole generation of youth for whom stress has become a way of life. It is interesting to note that genders respond differently to stress. Adolescent girls today are struggling more than ever to live up to enormous, unprecedented expectations to excel. Trying desperately to shine academically, juggle hectic extracurricular activities, become popular, look great, and get into elite colleges, teenage girls feel compelled to hide their distress from their teachers and families and often become disconnected from their true selves in the process.  The present descriptive research aimed to study gender differences in achievement stress, examination stress and social stress in students of standard X. The sample comprised of 1092 students. The study revealed a significant gender difference in all the three dimensions of stress. This research could have important implications in helping girls cope with stress effectively and thereby enhance their self-worth as well as their capabilities in terms of educational and career prospects.
Keywords: Achievement Stress (AS), Examination Stress (ES), Social Stress (SS).
 

Jisha D Nair

E-TOURISM AND INDIAN HERITAGE: A BOOST TO FLAGGING ECONOMY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8181/8189

 This Paper examines an in-depth analysis of the present and future prospects of Indian tourism industry, heritage, hospitality, e-tourism, innovation, growth, future and how they are linked. Tourism is a relevant opportunity for the economic development,for creating the employment opportunities and social well being. Heritage has always been one of the most inherent aspects of Indian tourism. This paper analyzes the use of emerging trends of Technology in tourism marketing and focuses on some of the initiatives taken by India to promote heritage tourismand fills in some of the gaps in the literature by researching a variety of different heritage sites in India. Heritage tourism has contributed to increase awareness about conservation of the environment and the cultural heritage. The paper also deals with how e-tourism increasingly determines the competitiveness of the organization. The arrival of the Internet has increased the opportunities to boost the hospitality industry. This paper also highlights the troubles and challenges confronted by the tourism industry. There are many challenges that bar the growth of this sector but the good news is that these challenges can be converted into opportunities.
Keywords: ICT, internet, e-tourism, hospitality, Heritage tourism.
 

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Agrawal O.P.(Eds), DhawanShastri, Bio deterioration of cultural property, MacMillan India Ltd.,Delhi,1991. A.Vijaya Kumar (2009), Indian Tourism Industry in 21stCentury,Challenges and Responses. Sonali Publications, New Delhi. Bhilia A.K. (1989): Tourism Development – Principles and practices, Sterling, New Delhi. Biswas, S.S. Protecting The Cultural Heritage National Legislation and International Conventions.Aryan Books International, 1999. Buhalis, D. (1998). Strategic used of information technology in the tourism industry. Tourism Management. Conservation of cultural property in India , annual Journal of IASC, New Delhi Dhawanshashi (Ed.), Recent Trends in Conservation of Art Heritage, Agam Kala Prakashan, New Delhi.

Kamal Gupta

ON SOME PROPERTIES OF THE UNDETECTED ERROR PROBABILITY OF LINEAR CODES

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8190/8197

 A recent paper [l] discussed the 2-P bound (where p = n - k) for the probability of undetected error P(e) for an (n,k) block code used for error detection on a binary’ symmetric channel. This investigation is Since continued and extended and dual codes are studied. The dual and extension of a perfect code obey the 2-P bound, but this is not necessarily true for arbitrary codes that obey the bound. Double-error-correcting BCH codes are shown to obey the bound. Finally the problem of constructing we obtain uniformly good codes is examined.

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S. K. Leung-Yan-Cheong and Martin E. Hellman, “Concerning a bound on undetected error probability,” IEEE Trans. Inform. Themy, vol. IT-22. pp. 235-231, Mar. 1916. W. W. Peterson and E. J. Weldon, Error Correction Codes. 2nd Ed. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 1972. S. Lin. An Introduction to Error-Correcting Codes. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall, 1970. A. Tietavainen, “On the nonexistence of perfect codes over finite fields,” SIAM J. Appl. Math., vol. 24, pp. 88-96, Jan. 1973. F. J. MacWilliams, “A theorem on the distribution of weights in a systematic code,” Bell Syst. Tech. J., vol. 42, pp. 79-94, Jan. 1963.

Mr. Vikas S. Nagrale & Kishor Kale

A STUDY OF AVAILABLE COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT IN ENGINEERING COLLEGE LIBRARIES WEBPAGES IN MAHARASHTRA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8190/8197

 This paper focuses on the development of library webpages available on Engineering websites in the state of Maharashtra. In an information age/era, for any college library, its webpages integral part as central facility that the students and staffs need resources for curriculum and research works.   Depending on survey and study of engineering websites throught out in Maharashtra it is tried to search information regarding various resources and library services provided. It searches all data informatics of available books, Printed journals, E-book, E-journals, Project reports,  Doctoral research thesis, Reference books, Journals and periodicals, News papers, CD/DVDs , Videos , etc. Main purpose is to find out whether all details resources of library webpage are available on Engineering college websites or not.
Keywords – Collection Development, Data informatics, Internet, Intranet, Library
Webpages, Website, Library Services 
 
 https://doi.org/10.21922/srjis.v4i36.10422
 
 
 

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Mangala, Anil Hirwade. Websites of Indian Universities: An evaluation. Bombay, Himalaya Publishing House, 2006. P. 62-63. Gupta, D. K.,“Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Networking and Data Communication. New Delhi: Rajat Publication, 2005, p. 514,524-25. Mangala, Anil Hirwade. Websites of Indian universities: An evaluation. Bombay, Himalaya Publishing House, 2006.P. 2.

Teresa Pereira

ROLE OF LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT IN THE PROGRESS OF LEARNING IN BASSEIN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8207/8209

 

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Shaheen Ataf Shaikh

Effectiveness of Self -Esteem Development Programme (SEDP)

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8207/8214

 Self Esteem is an important element in the success of any individual. Education is considered to achieve the goal of all round development of an individual which ultimately leads to success. In the present research an attempt has been made to find out, whether we can help children to increase the level of the self – esteem among the secondary school students. The researcher designed a self esteem development program, which was then implemented and tested through a one group pre test post-test design. Self esteem levels were tested using Self esteem test questionnaire designed by Rosenberg and Sorensen. The research proves that self esteem can be developed among students by providing the appropriate environment and activities.

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Alves-Martins, M., Peixoto, F., Gouveia-Pereira, M., Amaral, V., & Pedro, I. (2002). SelfEsteem and academic achievement among adolescents. Educational Psychology, 22(1), 51-62. Bridgeman, B., & Shipman, V.C. (1978). Preschool measures of self-esteem and achievement motivation as predictors of third-grade achievement. Journal of Educational Psychology, 70(1), 17-28. Freih, Owayed, E. (2005). Academic achievement and its relationship with anxiety, self-esteem, optimism, and pessimism in Kuwaiti students. Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, 33(1), 95-103. Hovington (2010). The Journey Within. Great health Guide, Issue 7. Knightley, W., & Whitelock, D. (2007). Assessing the self-esteem of female undergraduate students: An issue of methodology. Educational Studies, 33(2), 217-231. Morvitz, E., & Motta, R.W. (1992). Predictors of self-esteem: The roles of parent-child perceptions, achievement, and class placement. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 25(1), 72-80. Scheirer, M.A., & Kraut, R.E. (1979). Increasing educational achievement via self-concept change. Review of Educational Research, 49(1), 131-150. Van Laar, C. (2000). The paradox of low academic achievement but high self-esteem in African American students: An attribution account. Educational Psychology Review, 12(1), 33- 61.

Naresh Gandhi

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JOB STRESS OF TEACHERS WORKING IN SELF FINANCED COLLEGES OF PUNJAB AND RAJASTHAN STATE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8215/8220

 In present study the researcher investigated the job stress of teachers working in self financed colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan State. In this research, sample of 200 teachers were selected randomly from self financed colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state. Occupational Stress Index (OSI) by Srivastava and Singh (1984)) was used for the investigation. The obtained data were analyzed by mean, standard deviation and t-ratio with the help of SPSS. The study revealed that there is no significant difference in the job stress of teachers working in self financed colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state. 
Key words: Job Stress, Self Financed College teachers, Punjab and Rajasthan State.
 

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Abirami, V. (2012). Levels of stress among college teachers with reference to Coimbatore district. Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, III (4(2)), 93-104. Retrieved from http://www.researchersworld.com/vol3/issue4/vol3_issue4_2/Paper_12.pdf Adeniyi, S. O., Fakolade, O. A., & Tella, A. (2010). Perceived causes of job stress among special educators in selected special and integrated schools in Nigeria. New Horizons in Education, 58(2), 73-82. Retrieved from http://www.hkta1934.org.hk/NewHorizon/abstract/2010Oct/6.pdf

Naresh Gandhi

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JOB STRESS OF MALE TEACHERS WORKING IN COLLEGES OF PUNJAB AND RAJASTHAN STATE

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8221/8225

 The aim of this study was to compare the job stress male teachers from colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state. In this present study sample consisted of total 200 male teachers selected randomly from different colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state. Occupational Stress Index (OSI) by Srivastava and Singh (1984)) was used for the investigation. The study revealed that there was no significance difference in the job stress of male teachers working in colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state.
Key words: Job Stress, Male Teachers, Colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan State.
 

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Abirami, V. (2012). Levels of stress among college teachers with reference to Coimbatore district. Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, III (4(2)), 93-104. Retrieved from http://www.researchersworld.com/vol3/issue4/vol3_issue4_2/Paper_12.pdf Adeniyi, S. O., Fakolade, O. A., & Tella, A. (2010). Perceived causes of job stress among special educators in selected special and integrated schools in Nigeria. New Horizons in Education, 58(2), 73-82. Retrieved from http://www.hkta1934.org.hk/NewHorizon/abstract/2010Oct/6.pdf

Deepa Jain

INNOVATION IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION OF THE DISABLED

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8226/8231

 

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Deepa Jain

TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTED TEACHING AND LEARNING

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8232/8235

 

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Ranjana Gupta

THE WOMEN RESERVATION (IN SERVICES) BILL, 2016 AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8236/8239

 

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Ranjana Gupta

PRACTICES OF RURAL WOMEN ADOPTING METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8239/8243

 The rural health care infrastructure in the country is not sufficient to meet the current population norm, according to Rural Health Statistics 2014-15 released by the government. The figures of rural health infrastructure in tribal areas indicate that there is a shortfall of 6,796 sub-centers, 1,267 Primary Health Centres (PHCs) and 309 Community Health Centres (CHCs). While the sub-centres, PHCs and CHCs in rural areas have increased in number in 2014-15, the current numbers are not sufficient to meet their population norm, the report says. There are 1,53,655 sub-centres, 25,308 PHCs and 5,396 CHCs functioning in the country. In the past ten yeas, the total number of sub-centers, PHCs and CHCs added throughout the country remain at 7,629, 2072 and 2050 respectively. Number of existing sub-centres increased from 1,46,026 in 2005 to 1,53,655 by March 2015, which includes significant increase in the figure in states like Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tripura and Uttarakhand, it said. While there are still 21.4 per cent of the sub-centers that are operating from rented building, the percentage of such PHCs and CHCs is 3.9 and 0.6 respectively.*
Keywords: Contraception; reproductive health; body mass index; smoking; ECP- Emergency contraceptive pill.
 

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Madhuri Bhamare

ITAR MAGASWARGIY: AARAKASHAN

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8244/8252

 

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Smita Mishra

EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL STRESS: CHALLENGES TO REALITY

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8253/8259

 In the present study, the occupational stress level of secondary school teachers is determined by making a comparison between occupational stress level of male and female, secondary school teachers.50 number of secondary school teachers, having equal number of male and female teachers are selected as sample of the study. A self made occupational stress inventory is being used for data collection. .The study reveals teaching is a considerably stressful occupation for secondary schoolteachers. Male and female secondary school teachers do not differ significantly with reference to their level of occupational stress. 

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Sangita T. Salve

FARMERS’ SUICIDES IN INDIA: TRENDS AND CAUSES

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8260/8267

 

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Jyotsna Mohan Kamble

BHUMIKA PALAN PRATIMAN VAPRACHYA PARINAMKARKATECHA ABHYAS

Sep-Oct,2017, Vol - 4/36, Page - 8268/8274

 

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