OCT-NOV, 2017, SRJHEL

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24
Imapct Factor: 4.44
ISSN: 2348-3083
Date: 04-Dec-2017

An International Peer Reviewed

Scholarly Research Journal for Humanity Sciences & English Language


Suman Kumari Katoch

CAREER MATURITY AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6436/6448

 Career Maturity has its origin in the Super’s developmental theory of career behavior, which envisages that selection of an occupation is a process spanning a considerable number of years usually from late childhood to early adulthood. Career Maturity describes one’s ability to successfully cope with vocational development tasks (e.g. crystallizing, specifying, and implementing career choice) that are encountered across the developmental continuum from exploration stage through withdrawal. The present study aimed at investigating career maturity among secondary school students. All the senior secondary school students of district Mandi constituted the population of the study. In all a sample of 108 senior secondary schools students were selected randomly from the selected schools. In the present study analysis and interpretation of the data statistical techniques mean, standard deviation and t-test were used. The findings of the study revealed that gender-wise, locality-wise, type of school in which student are studying do not differed significantly in their career maturity.
Keywords: Adulthood, emotional, developmental tasks and personal values.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10318

 

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Arbona.C. (1990). Career counseling research and Hispanics: A reviews of the literature. The Counseling Psychologist, 18, 30-323. Coetzee, M., &RoythorneJacobs, H. (2007). Career counseling and guidance in the Workplace: A Manual for career practitioners. Retrieved from http://jutaacademic.co.za/products/career-counselling -and-guidance-in-the-workplace-2e Cooter.R., Erdmann,J.B., Gonnella, J.S. Callahan, C.A., Hojat, M., &Xu, G. (2004). The relationship between students family income and academic performance and career choice. Journal of Career Assesment. 5, 293-303. Crites, J.O. (1961).A model for measurement of vocational maturity.Journal of counseling Psychology. 8, 255-259

Suman Kumari Katoch

DO TEACHER ATTITUDES IMPACT TEACHING THROUGH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6449/6458

 Teachers’ styles, and mainly their attitudes, are strong context outcomes, rooted in experience and do not become automatic routine conducts, in the sense that they are developed via very slow interactions and become well established constructs for each individual only after some time. In that sense attitudes can be modified only by each individual, when he/she becomes aware, via elements and evidence, that new postures would be better to deal with the world around. In the present study data regarding the attitude of teachers towards information technology was gathered with the help of survey method.  All the school teachers of districts Bilaspur and Hamirpur of Himachal Pradesh constituted the population of the study. In order to ensure high quality of research, selection of a good sample is must. For this purpose sampling was done at two stages. At the first stage 14 schools were selected and in the second stage 150 teachers were selected randomly from the each selected school. Keeping in view the nature of the present study the investigator used the standardized tool, “Attitude towards Information Technology Scales. The reliability of the tool is 0.88. To find out the significance of difference between the various groups ‘t’-test was applied. The findings of the study revealed that gender-wise, locality-wise, school teachers do not differed significantlyin their attitude towards information technology.
Keywords: Teachers, information, technology, internet and communication medium. 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10319

 
 

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Afshari, M., Bakar, K.A. Luan, W.S. Samah, B.A. &Fooi, F.S (2009).Factor affecting teacher’s use of information and communication technology.International journal of instruction, 2, (1), pp-78-98. Aryatuha Y. (2007). Prospective Elementary Teachers' Attitudes towards ICT and Internet Use: A Sample from Turkey, world Applied Science Journal 6(10): 1433- 1440 Bates, A. W. (1997). Technology, open learning and distance education. (4th Edition), London: Routledge. Bauer, J. and Kenton, J. (2005).Towards technology integration in the schools: why it is not happening. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 13 (4), 519-546. Breisser, S.R. (2006). An examination of gender difference in elementary constructionist classroom using Lego/logo instruction.Computers in schools, 22, 7-19. Brinkerhoff, J.(2006). Effects on long-duration, professional development academy on technology skills, computer self-efficacy and technology integrations beliefs and practices. Journal of research on technology in education, 39(1), 22-43 Copeland, C. (2014). ICT in Education is Important! Quotes from Naacememberswww.naace.co.uk/1068

Rajwinder Kaur

EFFECT OF WEB BASED INSTRUCTIONS ON ACHIEVEMENT IN SOCIAL STUDIES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6459/6467

 The purpose of the study was to study the Effect of Web based instructions on achievement in Social Studies. The sample consisted of 100 students from Grade 8th of schools affiliated to C.B.S.E of Ferozepur and were randomly split into two groups-control (taught by traditional method) and experimental (taught by Web based instruction) groups. Firstly pre-test was administered on both the groups; then the students in the control group were taught by conventional method while experimental group was taught by Web based instructions. Then post-test was administrated on both the groups. The Statistical techniques were then employed to data collected and analysis and interpretation of the data was done. The result of the study implied that there exists significant difference in achievement in Social Studies based on Web based instructions and conventional method. The study also revealed that there exist significant gender differences in achievement in Social Studies with Web based instructions.
Keywords: Conventional Teaching, Web Based Instructions, Social Studies, Achievement.
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10320

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Bhushan, A. and Ahuja, M. (1992). Educational technology – theory and practice in teaching learning process, Bawa Publications 6-7. Bryant, K. et al (2003). Impact of web based flexible learning on academic performance in information systems. School of Management, Griffith University, Brisbane 4111, Australia.Journal of Information Systems Education, 14(1). Davis, K.C. (2012). The effects of technology instruction on the academic achievement of fifth grade students.Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. Horzum, M. (2012). The Effect of web based instruction on web pedagogical content knowledge, academic achievement and general satisfaction.Çukurova University Faculty of Education. Journal, 41(1), 36-51.

Raysh Thomas

MARKETING OF ACADEMIC LIBRARY RESOURCES AND SERVICES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6468/6488

 Marketing is important for any organization that provides services to consumers. Marketing  allows an organization to inform, remind, or persuade the consumer by sharing information about goods or services, community involvement, or societal impact. Simply stated, these efforts encompass anything libraries do to let the community know who they are, what they do, and what they offer. The goal of marketing is to keep the product in the minds of the customer: in the case of libraries it is to keep the customer aware of the library, to provide them with knowledge about the library’s physical features, resources, services, programs, and events, and to let them know about the benefits libraries offer. Marketing benefit the library by increasing usage, educating users, and increasing or at least maintaining a positive perception of the library. This paper discusses about functions ,elements, different strategies of marketing, marketing mix, market segmentation and web marketing in detail.
Keywords: Marketing mix, market segmentation, web 2.0.social networking sites (SNS),twitter, face book
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10321

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Kotler, Philip and Keller, Kevin L. Marketing Management, 13th ed. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall of India, 2008 Bhat, Ishwara M. “Marketing of Library and Information Services at British Council Library Network in India”.DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology, 18 (3) May 1998: 29-33. Bryson, Jo. Effective Library and Information Centre Management. Bombay: Jaico Publishing House, 1996. Cronin, Blaise. The Marketing of Library and Information Services. London: ASLIB, 1981. Goi, Chai Lee. “A Review of Marketing Mix: 4Ps or More?”. International Journal of Marketing Studies, 1 (1) May 2009: 2-15. Gupta, D. K. and Jambekar, A. “Developing a Customer-Focus Approach to Marketing of Library and Information Services”. DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology, 22 (3) May 2002: 5-14.

Raysh Thomas

FUTURE OF ACADEMIC LIBRARIES: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6489/6498

 Rapid advances in technological innovations, affordable high bandwidth networks, explosive growth of web resources, sophisticated search engines, ever growing digital resources and changing information seeking behavior of users are greatly transforming the future of academic libraries. The  paper outlines the challenges which are very dominant and posing threat for the existence of academic libraries and suitable strategies requires to be made by the libraries and librarians to meet the expectations and information need of their existing and potential clienteles.
Keywords: Academic Libraries, Challenges and Opportunities of Academic Libraries, Digital Technologies, Digital Resources, information literacy
 

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Anyakoha, M.W., 2005, Information and communication technology (ICT) in library and information services. Coal City Lib. 2(1 &2),1-8. Campbell, Jerry D. (2006). Changing a Cultural Icon: The Academic Library as a Virtual Destination. EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 41, no. 1 (January/February ): 16–31. Chad, Ken, Paul Miller (2005). “Do Libraries Matter? The rise of Library 2.0”. A white paper. P. 1-11. www.talis.com.Accessed on 10.09.2017. Discussion Paper about Library Development in Denmark. DEFF strategy discussion paper.pdf 1http://www.deff.dk/content.aspx?itemguid. (Accessed on 30 August 2017) Freeman, Geoffrey (2009). Regimenting the library. The whole digital library Handbook by Drame press, New Delhi,Indian Publishing House P.370-373. Jain, Priti(2013) : A Paradigm Shift in the 21st century Academic Libraries :Prospectus and Opportunities . European Journal of Academic Research . 1(3),133 -14 Lynch, C. (2009). Universities need to promote broader dissemination of research and scholarship, Association of Research Libraries, Press release. Available at: http://www.arl.org/news/pr/universities-12feb09.shtml (Accessed on 10 Julyl 2017) Online Computer Library Centre, (2003). OCLC Environmental scan, Pattern Recognition executive summary (Dublin.Ohio, OCLC, 2003), 1-5, 12-15. Available online at www.oclc,org/raeports/escan/default.htm. Whitepaper on future of academic libraries http//www.texadata.com2006/03/whitepaper-on-future-ofacademic.html. (Accessed on 5 October 2017).

Kalaichelvi Sivaraman & Rengasamy Stalin

IMPACT OF ELECTED WOMEN REPRESENTATIVES OF PANCHAYATI RAJ IN PHYSICAL AND FINANCIAL & BUSINESS ASSETS DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN: A STUDY AMONG THE RURAL WOMEN’S OF TIRUVANNAMALAI DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6499/6509

 The 73rd and 74th amendments of the Constitution of India were made by the government to strengthen the position of women and to create a local-level legal foundation for direct democracy for women in both rural and urban areas. The representation for women in local bodies through reservation policies amendment in Constitution of India has stimulated the political participation of women in rural areas. However, when it’s comes to the argument of whether the women reservation in Panchayati Raj helps or benefits to the life and livelihood development of women as a group? The answer is hypothetical because the studies related to the impact of women representatives of Panchayati Raj in the life and livelihood development of women was very less. Therefore, to fill the gap in existing literature, the present study was conducted among the rural women of Tiruvannamalai district to assess the impact of elected women representatives in the physical and financial & business development of the women in rural areas. The findings revealed that during the last five years because of the women representation in their village Panjayati Raj, the Physical Asset of the rural women were increased or developed moderately (55.8%) and Highly (23.4%) and the Financial and Business Asset of the rural women were increased or developed moderately (60.4%) and Highly (18.7%).
Keyword: Women Representatives, Panchayati Raj, Social and Natural Asset  
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10323

 
 

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Blum, L. and Smith, V. (1988) ‘Women’s Mobility in the Corporation:A Critique of the Politics of Optimism’, Signs, 13 (3), 528–45. Chattopadhyay, R. and E. Duflo (2004) ‘Women as policy makers: Evidence from a randomized policy experiment in India.’ Econometrica, 72(5), p.1409–1443. Childs, S. and Krook, M. L. (2006) ‘Should Feminists Give Up on Critical Mass? A Contingent Yes’, Politics and Gender, 2 (4), 522–30. Dahlerup, D. (1988) ‘From a Small to a Large Minority: Women in Scandinavian Politics’, Scandinavian Political Studies, 11 (4), 275–97. Kanter, R. M. (1977) ‘Some Effects of Proportions on Group Life’,American Journal of Sociology, 82 (5), 965–90.

Sindhu C M & Binoy. K

DO DIGITAL NATIVES AWARE ON DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6510/6516

 Digitalization is the integration of digital technologies in to everyday life by the digitization of everything that can be digitized. Digitalization is sweeping across every aspect of our daily lives. It has totally changed the educational industry and teaching learning process to a great extent. It has lessened the distance between students and their educational needs there by making education stress free. The use of digital information in the educational environment has enabled easy access to many resources. Students must develop knowledge about how to use ICT Technology to construct meaning, but most importantly in ways that are appropriate to their needs. Thus technology is proving a disruptive influence in education. Hence each and every student should be aware about these technological advancements. Today’s students living in digital age called as “digital students” or “digital inmates” or “digital natives” are the pupils those who born after 1980 and those who born before 1980 are called digital immigrants. Through the present paper investigators made an attempt to find out the digital awareness among digital natives hailing from four generation groups.
Keywords: Digital Awareness, Digital Natives, Digital Technology
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10324

 
 

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Beena & Mathur , M (2012).A Study on the ICT Awareness of M.Ed. Trainees. International Journal on Buisness management. 3(4). Philomina, M. J. &Amutha, S.(2014)Information and communication technology awareness among teacher educators. International Journal of Information and Education Technology 6 (8). Sinha, M. K. &Bhattachariya, S.(2013 )A Study on ICT Literacy and Internet Use Pattern among College Library Users of Barak Valley, South Assam, North East India Takur, N. (2014).A Study on Awareness of Trained Teachers in relation to Information and Communication Technology. Journal of Research & Method in Education. 4(1),6-11. Thanuskodi, S.(2013).Awareness and Use of ICT among Under Graduate Degree Students of Rural Areas in Tuticorin District, India: A Study, International Journal of Information Science. 3(1): 1-6 Digital Literacy. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_literacy Digital Technology-Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Digital_technology 5 Benefits of Digital Awareness- Retrieved from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/.../02/5-benefits-to-practicing-digital-awareness/ Digital Native- Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_native

Sachin B. Shinde & G. K. Dhokrat

A COMPARISON OF SELECTED MOTOR FITNESS COMPONENTS OF GIRL STUDENTS DWELLING IN NON SLUM AND SLUM AREAS IN THANE DISTRICT

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6517/6520

 Modern sports are becoming more and more competitive and the margin of error is decreasing from seconds to micro seconds, inches to millimeters, kilos to grams, so why this all is changing it is due to development in the sports science and with this there are lot of changes taking place and those are defiantly helping our youth to achieve greater heights day by day, for which researchers are doing studies, for studying the factors which directly or indirectly affect the performance of the athletes, for understanding one of this factor the research scholar had investigated weather environment does play any role in morphological, physical and motor fitness variable on individuals. Many research works have been conducted related to health and physical fitness & Motor Fitness, it is known that any competitive sports performance cannot be improved however the role of physical Education and sports the improvement especially for sportsman is not known. By understanding the Physical Education Fields requirement the researcher has selected “Comparison of Selected Motor Fitness Components of Girl students dwelling in Non Slum and Slum Areas in Thane District”
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10325

 
 

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AAHPHER, (Sep, 1956), President’s conference on Fitness of American Youth, Journal of health & physical Education & recreation, 27:2.9. Barrow H.M (1977), Man & Movement: Principles of Physical Education Lea & Dwibifwe, Philadelphia, (1977), 220.

Padvi A.T. & Nile U.V.

IMPORTANCE OF AMCHOOR PRODUCTION IN TRIBAL ECONOMY A CASE STUDIES OF AKKALKUWA TAHSIL IN NANDURBAR DISTRICT

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6521/6529

 The Tribes Bhil, Pawra, Dhanka, Tadvi Dhanka are known for the production of Amchoor of Satpura ranges in Nandurbar District. They are specially relying on this production. The present paper aims to explore the process of Amchoor production and contribution for source of economy in tribal livelihood.  Amchoor production from raw unripe wild mangoes, that are peeled and fresh cut sliced then sun dried. The dried Amchoor is sold in the local market. The Tribes are unknown about the other market subsequently they have to depend on the local market rates and local trader’s policy. The market price is decided by the local traders. The local traders take advantages of their illiteracy and do not pay them the handsome of amount as per the weight and measures. The local traders exploit the producers economically. Amchoor powder has a pleasant sweet-sour aroma of the dried fruits. It has a cooling effect and is good for digestion. 
Keywords – Tribal economy, Amchoor Production, NTFPs, Exploitation, Local Traders. 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10326


 

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Ashoush I.S. and Gadallah M.G.E. (2011). Utilization of Mango Peels and Seed Kernels Powders as Sourcesof Phytochemicals in Biscuit. World Journal of Dairy & Food Sciences , 6 (1), 35-42. Banerjee G.D. (2011). Economics of Mango Cultivation. Department of Economic Analysis and Research. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, Mumbai. Goyal R.K., Kingsly A.R.P., Manikantan M.R. and Ilyas S.M. (2006). Thin-layer Drying Kinetics of Raw Mango Slices. Journal of Biosystems Engineering , 95 (1), 43-49. Kittiphoom S. (2012). Utilization of Mango seed. International Food Research Journal , 19 (4), 1325-1335.

Balbir Singh Jamwal

ROUSSEAU AND HIS EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6530/6537

  In this article, an attempt has been to focuss on Rousseau and his educational philosophy. Rousseau is called the father of modern educational theory and practice. After long experiences and struggle of life, he was become a successful writer, in the age of 38 years. At Geneva ,he had simple ,happy and pure life. He was emerged as revolutionary philosopher. His philosophy was based on a reaction against the contemporary social and political set up. He was a philosopher, writer and composer whose political philosophy influenced the France revolution and the development of liberal conservative and socialist theory. He was made important contribution to music as theorist and a composer. He was written two major books,Du contract social, principles du droit politique in April, then Emile or on education in May. The books criticized religion and were banned in France and Geneva. He was born in Geneva on June 28,1712 and  in 1778 died in Paris. He remained vagabond for a long time. His important writing are (1) progress of the art and sciences (2) the origin of inequality Among Men.(3) social contract (4) Emile or concerning education. During his life he were attempted so many occupations like private tutor, music tutor, composer secretary and dramatist. He was become a successful writer at the age of 38. His full name is Jean Jacques Rousseau. He was of dignity of man. He was naturalist. He said that “civilized man borns,lives and dies in a state of slavery”
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10327

 

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Bhatia,K.K. &Narang C.L.(na) Principles of Education. Ludhiana:Tandon Brothers. Khan Nelofer &Nanda S.K &Nanda Vimple(2008) Philosphical and Sociological Bases of Education.Jalandher:Modern Publishers. Ruhela,Satya Pal &Nayak Raj Kumar(2013) ,Philosphical and sociological foundations of Education.Agra: Agarwal Publication. Walia ,J.S (na) Philosphical bases of Education.Jalandher :Paul Publishers.

Prashant Bhagat & Gopal Krusha Thakur

BHARAT ME AADIVASIYON KI SHAIKSHIK STITHI EANV

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6538/6543

 https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10328

 

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Sachin Saxena

THE STUDY OF PHYSICS AT UG AND PG LEVEL

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6544/6550

 Today the degree of science changes the thoughts, way of life and society. One realizes that physics gives the platform to the students on which the entire superstructure of engineering, computer technology, transport, communication and defense technology is stablished. The present syllabus of physics in UG and PG level is UGC sponsored. It cover electrodynamics, electronics, Mechanics, optics, quantum mechanics, classic mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Wave oscillation, Thermal Physics, Mathematical Physics. This syllabus is so prepared that only highly matured students pass. This develop the habit of creative thinking and logical thinking of students. This syllabus is suitable for the need of students and prepare them for higher study in foreign universities
 
 

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Anarthakrishnan, M.V. (1980) Physics and its application: Some ‘Teaching’ Experiments. Journal of Higher Education. 5(8), 351-357. Jain, H.C. (1985) Status of Science Education in India. Journal of Indian Education. 10 (1), 12-17. Jain, K.M. (1998) Classroom of Physics. Bulletin Indian Association of Physics Teachers, 15 (11), 338-343. Bist, H.D., D.P. Khandelwal and G. Chakrapani, Laser and their application in Indian context, Tata McGraw Hill publishing co., New Delhi (1985). Singh Major (2000 b) Physics practicals losing importance, Bulletin Indian Association of Physics Teachers, 17 (4), 100-101. Singh Major (2001 a) Strengthening of research at advanced level in technical institutes, The Indian Journal of Technical Education 24 (4), 23-27. Syed Arif Kamal and Khursheed A. Siddiqui (1989) Basic requirements to train a physicist Physics education/ April-June 1989 53-61.

Surinder Kaur & Mrs. Rajbir Kaur

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN RELATION TO METACOGNITION AND PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6551/6564

 The study investigated the academic achievement in relation to metacognition and problem solving ability among secondary school students. The sample constituted of 200 students studying in XI grade both boys and girls adolescents belonging to science stream from CBSE as well as PSEB of Amritsar District were randomly selected. The metacognition (Meta-cognition inventory by Govil, 2011) and problem solving ability (Problem solving ability test by Dubey, 2011) tests were used for collecting the data. The findings of the study revealed that there exists no significant difference in metacognition and problem solving ability among girls and boys of CBSE and PSEB school students belonging to medical stream .But there exists significant difference in problem solving ability among students of CBSE and PSEB schools belonging to medical stream. There exists no relationship among metacognition, problem solving ability and achievement of secondary school students belonging to medical stream. However no significant interaction effect of metacognition and problem solving ability on achievement of secondary school students belonging to medical stream was found.
Keywords: Metacognition, Problem Solving Ability and Academic Achievement.
 
 
 
 

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Bala, P & Shaffiu, K. Q. (2016). Academic achievement of secondary school students in relation to their problem solving ability and examination anxiety. The International Journal of Indian Psychology,3(4),138-154. Desoete, A., Roeyers, H. & Buysse, A. (2001). Metacognition and mathematical problem solving in grade 3. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 34, 435-449. Dubey, L. N. (2011). Problem Solving Ability Test. Agra: National Psychological Corporation. Gakhar, S. C. (2003). Effect of creativity, problem solving ability on academic achievement of students at secondary level. Journal of Indian Education, 29 (3), 100-106. Govil, P. (2003). Metacognitive Inventory (MCI).Agra: National Psychological Corporation. Gupta, M., & Pasrija, P. (2015). Effect of problem solving ability on academic achievement of high school students: A comparative study. International Journal of Research & Education, 4 (2), 45- 59.

R. Sambasivarao

ACHIEVEMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH OF THE STUDENTS AT UNDER GRADUATE LEVEL

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6565/6570

 Environment is a global concept today. Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions. Environmental Education is an approach to learning. Environmental education refers to organized efforts to teach how natural environments function, and particularly, how human beings can manage behavior and ecosystems to live sustainably. It is a multi-disciplinary field integrating disciplines such as biology, chemistry, physics, ecology, earth science, atmospheric science, mathematics, and geography. Today our environment is being destructed due to various factors. One of the major causes of environmental destruction is human activities. Man with his great skill and adaptive power has brought lot of changes. It is time to realize that our Earth has limited resources. Educators and environment specialists are stressing that solution to the environment crises will require environmental awareness and understanding. Environmental awareness means to help social groups and individuals to acquire an awareness and sensitivity to the total environment and its allied problems. The importance of environmental awareness cannot be overemphasized. We must understand that to improve the environment is to improve the quality of life. Environmental education programs need to be planned nationally as there is difference in the environmental priorities. Fast growing populations, high .intensity agriculture, human settlements and slum improvement, introduction of modern transport systems, increasing demands for energy and industrialization are the environmental priorities for developing countries whereas over exploitation of resources, industrial pollution and waste disposal are the main environmental priorities for developed countries. The present paper discusses about achievement in Environmental Education in relation to Mental Health, Environmental Awareness and streams at students of under graduation level.
Keywords: Environmental Education, Environmental Awareness, Mental Health
 
 
 

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Manual for Environment Awareness Ability Measure (EAAM) by Dr. Jha, P.K. Altman, I. (1975). The Environment and Social Behavior, Brooks Cole: California. Berry, J.W. (1976). Human ecology and cognitive style: Comparative studies in cultural and Psychological adaptation, New York: Sage/Halsted. Palmberg, I (1997) .Environmental knowledge, attitudes and actions among finish secondary school pupils. Paper presented at ATEE-97, Association teacher education in Europe, pp.106-107 Radha, A. (2005) Attitude towards environment and perception of Environmental Education among student-teacher and teacher educators, Punjab University, pp.105- 106. Roli, Sablock (1955). A study of awareness and attitude of teachers and students of high school towards Environmental Education in Jabalpur district, Indian Educational abstract, Issue-1, July, 1966, NCERT.• UNESCO, 1977a Dr. G. Chakrabarty, Achievement in Environmental Education in Relation to Mental Health, Environmental Awaereness and Stream at Higher Secondary Level,EduTracks,Vol;12, No-12, Aug-2014

R. Babu & A. Fathima

EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN TEACHERS IN RELATION TO THEIR MENTAL HEALTH

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6571/6576

The Kothari Commission rightly referred to teachers as nation builders. The all-round development of the students is influenced by the women teacher. The study has been conducted to investigate the levels of Empowerment and mental health among women Teachers. It also examines the relationship between the Empowerment and Mental health of the women Teachers. The study was conducted on a random sample of 500 women Teachers in Cuddalore District. The tools used in the study include the Empowerment scale constructed and validated by Sridevi, 2005 and Mental health scale developed and validated by Peter Becker. The study reveals the fact that the level of Empowerment and Mental health are at high levels.
 Keywords: Empowerment, Mental Health and Teachers
 
 
 
 

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Abdul Latif Jam (2011) Women’s Empowerment and Economic Development” Esther Duflo Revised November 2011. Dongxian, Xing and Guoliang, (2008) ‘The influence of teachers Mental health on student? Development’, Educational Research, Vol.29, Dr. Sarala N. Shanware (2012) “Women Empowerment in India”, Golden Research Thoughts, Vol.1,Issue.XI/May 2012pp.1-4, ISSN No-2231-5063. Kornhauser, A. W. (1965). Mental Health of the Industrial Worker: A Detroit study. New York: John Wiley.

Usha Kothari, Karanjeet Kaur & Simerjeet Kaur

KHADI MANUFACTURER OF MARWAR (RAJASTHAN)

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6577/6580

 It is believed that man first learned how to create string 20 to 30 thousand years ago, by twisting plant fibers together. An Indian textile enjoys a rich heritage and the origin of textile in India traces back to the Indus valley civilization where people handspun cotton for weaving clothes. Rigveda, the earliest of the Veda contains the literary information about textiles and it refers to weaving. Present study was conducted at Marwar region of Rajasthan state. The study was based on the primary data and the necessary data required for the study were collected through questionnaire. 600 respondents were selected for the study. They were students, working and non-working persons. This study covers opinion of both males and females about the use of Khadi fabric and their opinion about Khadi fabric (B. Narayan, 2010). To fulfill the purpose of the study three types of respondents were selected khadi consumers, khadi bhandars and khadi manufacturers. Survey was conducted to collect relvent data for the purpose. Three types of questionnaire (with open and close ended questions )  were developed to obtain data from consumers, manufacturers of khadi fabric and  khadi bhandars. 
Keywords: Khadi, Marwar, Swadeshi, Handloom 
 
 

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Nadiger and et.al. (1995). Marvelous Kanchepuram Sarees, Indian Silk, 34, 19-22. Jyotsna A. and Padma A. (2003). Development of designs from Madhubani painting on kameez sets, Textile Trends, 46: 23-30. Kaur and Babel (2010). Development of value added shawl using traditional danka work of mewar and assessment of its market potential, from original thesis, College of Home Science, Department of Textile and Apparel DesignMPUAT, 32-42. http://agniveer.com/dignity-of-labor/ K.V. Rakhin (2015) Traditional Handlooms of India: The Role of Designer into Market Opportunity Recognition in the Globalization Era, International Journal of Emerging Research in Management &Technology ISSN: 2278-9359, Vol.-4(4), pp: 18-21.

Geeta Shinde

LIFE SKILL EDUCATION: STASTUS, PRACTICE AND POLICY IN INDIA

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6581/6587

 Now a day’s parents, teachers, students, institutes, policy makers, and politicians also talking about life skills. They consider that “We should not give the only a text book knowledge to our child, we should provide them all skills which required for excellent life .If you want to say say I am human or we are social animals then you must acquire the skills which defined by the WHO.These are known as communication,critical thinking, creativity, self-awareness, decision making, problem solving,empathy, interpersonal relationship ,these all require for coping with stress and coping with emotions.This paper is focus based on literature reviews,how this skills are nurtured not only our education system overall human life. Along with trying to focus  life skill policy and practices.
Keywords: life skills, education, UNICEF, WHO, Policy
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10401

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Carneiro,Crawford and Goolman,(2007)The Impact Of early cognitive and non-cognitive skills on later outcome https://www.indiaeducationview.com https://www.ijear.org https://www.pursuit-of-happiness.org https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_skills https://www.skilldevelopment.gov.in https://www.eric.ed.gov https://www.centralsquarefoundation.org/wp-content/.../Life-Skills-Education-in-India

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

PROBLEMS OF MOJARI AND JUTTI CRAFTSMAN OF RAJASTHAN AND PUNJAB

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6588/6594

 In Indian footwear range Rajasthani Mojari and Punjabi juttis for men and women look simple and fabulous. Rajasthan, recognized by its Royal heritage and culture has prominent and well-established craft industry. Punjabi handicrafts produce very useful items, which are exported to all over the country and abroad. Rajasthani mojari and Punjabi juttis for males come up in beautiful bright rainbow colours. Sometimes you can find them in single colour but to add on a little sparkling effect, a combination of multiple colour threads are used to give a glittery look as the special occasion demands. This paper is confined with the problems faced by the craftsmen of Rajasthan and Punjab with some suggestions. 
Keywords: Changes, Materials, Problems and Suggestion.
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10400

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Manish Bhatnagar

PEDAGOGY AND EDUCATION

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6595/6601

 Pedagogy is the discipline that deals with the theory and practice of education; it thus concerns the study of how efficiently teaching can be done. Spanning a broad range of practice, its aims range from furthering liberal education (the general development of human potential) to the narrowing specifics of vocational education (the imparting and acquisition of specific skills). Teacher education should provide space for engagement with issues and concerns of India’s pluralistic nature; issues of identity, gender, equity, poverty and diversity. This would enable teachers to contextualize education and evolve a deeper understanding of its purpose and its relationship with society and humanity. It is also important to understand the classroom as a social context, as it provides a setting for interaction, generation of dialogue and the opportunity to appreciate diverse perspectives on a given issue. Instructive strategies are governed by the pupil\\\'s background knowledge and experience, situation, and environment, as well as learning goals set by the student and teacher. One example would be the Socratic schools of thought.Roles and responsibilities of public authorities, schools, higher education institutions and other agencies are shifting and new demands are being placed on education systems to adapt to the changing needs of society and the nation.Herbartianism refers to the movement underpinned by Herbart\\\'s theoretical perspectives.  This paper deals with specific aspects of pedagogical components. Some definitions of pedagogy are given and learning outcome areas that characterize the teaching qualifications are also considered in this paper.Education reformers see the teacher\\\'s role as changing from disseminator of information to facilitator of learning. Education reformers see teachers as professionals who need the feedback and support of fellow professionals.
Keywords: Pedagogy, Teacher Education, Teacher, Children

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10402

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Biesta, G. J.J. (2014) The beautiful risk of education. Boulder, Co: Paradigm Publishers Caena, F. (2014). Teacher Competence Frameworks in Europe: policy-as-discourse and policy-as-practice. European Journal of Education, 49(3), 311-331. Department for Education and Skills (2006) Care Matters: Transforming the lives of children and young people in care, London: The Stationery Office The categories of teaching as a craft, labour, profession or art are based on Hoban (2002) Freire, Paulo. [1970] 2000. Pedagogy of the oppressed. Continuum International Publishing Group. Freire, P 1977, Pedagogy of the oppressed trans M B Ramos, Penguin Books Ltd, Harmondsworth. Newmann, F M & Associates 1996, Authentic achievement: Restructuring schools for intellectual quality, Jossey Bass, San Francisco. National Standards for Qualified Teacher Status (1998). London: Teacher Training Agency, G. Britain. Sacilotto-Vasylenko, M. (2009). Improving policy and practice of teacher induction into the profession. ADVANCING QUALITY CULTURES FOR TEACHER EDUCATION IN EUROPE: Tensions and Opportunities, 121 Van Manen, M 1993, The tact of teaching: The pedagogical meaning of thoughtfulness, The Althouse Press, London, Ontario.

B. P. Singh

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DISSATISFACTION OF HOUSE EXAMS OF B. ED. STUDENT OF BHIWANI AND CHARKHI DADRI DISTRICT

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6602/6608

 This article investigates students’ perceptions and expectation of evaluation of house exams of B.Ed. students to understand the causes of dissatisfaction with the services delivered by the teachers. A total of 195 responses were collected from six colleges of education of Bhiwani and Charkhi Dadri district. Five achievement tests were prepared for 2nd year students covering all the five compulsory papers. It was found that four out of five questions were subjective in nature and required deeper knowledge of subject matter, skill and process. Only one question was short answer type question. The other causes of dissatisfaction include lack of subject matter, organization of subject matter, time management, space in answer-sheets, length of answer, proper evaluation by teacher, proper communication of educational terms, proper remuneration to teachers, insufficient time to teacher for evaluation, and lack of proper seating arrangement. Based on evaluation deficiencies identified, the study offers some measures that could be used to improve evaluation quality and thereby students satisfaction. 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10403

 

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Andrade, H. and Valtecheva, A (2009): Promoting learning and achievement through self-assessment. Theory into practice, 48, 12-19. Best, J.W. (1989) : Research in education (6th Ed.) Beelick B.D. (2014): Sources of student satisfaction and dissatisfaction.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220671.1974. 10884547. Garrett, H.E.(2004): Psychology and statistics in education. Allied Pacific Pvt. Ltd. Bombay. Govt. of India (1986) : National policy on education. MHRD, Govt. of India press, New Delhi. Mond JM, et al: Dissatisfaction versus over-evaluation in general population sample of women. Int. J Eat Disord. (2011). Hossaini M.J.(2014): A study of causes of user dissatisfaction in academic libraries: A case of university students in a developing country. Journal of library administration, vol. 54, 2014-issue 6. NCERT (2009) : National Curriculum Frame Work, NCERT, New Delhi.

Geeta Shinde , Madhuri Isave & Indira Shimpi

AADIWASANCHYA JEEVAN PADHATICHA SARVKASH VISHLESHAN

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6609/6612

 

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B. P. Singh

ROLL OF STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF DIFFERENT STREAMS OF B.ED., STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6613/6619

 In the era of globalization and technological revolution, education plays vital role in the acquisition of knowledge and skills that enable a person to increase the productivity of the nation and improve the quality of life. The social and economic development of a country is linked with student academic performance. The student performance plays an important role in producing best quality graduates who will become great leaders and give manpower for a country thus are responsible for the country’s economic and social development. (Ali et. al., 2009). The present study was carried out to determine the role of study habits on academic achievement of B.Ed. students of different streams. A sample of 400 B.Ed. students was taken from two govt. colleges and two private colleges of Bhiwani and Palwal district. Results indicate that a positive correlation exists between academic achievement and study habits, science students are better than commerce and arts students in their study habits. Female science students are even better than male science students. A students learning is determined by the grade a student earns for a period of learning. Greater the grade of the student means that the student has learned a lot and hence, greater the academic achievement of the student. Academic achievement of the student is not related with only one variable. Academic achievement of the student is also related with age, year level, parents’ educational attainment, social status, number of siblings, birth order, IQ, gender, study attitude and study habits. Personal and environmental factors are responsible for academic achievement. Many studies say that learning is better acquired and mastered as soon as the learner attends to it. Gestalt psychology mentions the Law of Proximity referring to the way in which he tends to  form groups according  to the way they are spaced, with the nearer one’s being  grouped together (Tria. et. al., 1998). As applied to learning, this refers to the closeness in space or in time. Further more, it explains why it is easier to remember recent events and hence more easily joined with the interest of the present in a common, Gestalt (Tria. et.al., 1998). In learning process, immediate and continuous drill work tend to enhance better academic achievement.
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10404

 

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Bashir Ifshan: A study on habits and academic performance among adolescents years; researchgate, net article November 2017. Best, J.W. & Kahn, J.V. (1995). Research in education. Presntice Hall of India, New Delhi. Mendezabal Marie J.N.: Study habits and attitudes: The road to academic success. www. Open-reposi Mukhopadhyay, M.S. Sansanwal, D.N. (2005) Manual for study habit inventory, National Psychological Corporation, Agra. Siahi E.A. and Maiyo Julius K.: Study of relationship between study habits and academic achievement of students: A case of Spicer Higher secondary school, India International Journal of Educational Administration and policy studies. Vol. 7(7) p.p. 134-141, September, 2015.

Geeta Shinde, Madhuri Isave & Indira Shimpi

SATPUDYATIL SANSKRUTI SANGHRSHACE NAVE VALAN

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6620/6623

 

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Meenakshi & Rachna

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DEGREE OF ACTIVISM OF POLYTECHNIC AND ARTS DEGREE STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6624/6630

 Activism is a social concept which stands for the non-conformist, inconsistent and disruptive behavior of youth. In the present research this phenomenon is used for the activities of student activists whose activities cause trouble in the normal and smooth functioning of the system of the institution. This study aims to compare the Degree of Activism of Polytechnic and Arts Degree students. The findings revealed that there is significant difference between the Degree of Activism of Polytechnic and Arts Degree students. There is significant difference between the Degree of Activism of male and female Arts Degree students. There is no significant difference between the Degree of Activism of male and femalePolytechnic students. There is significant difference between the Degree of Activism of Polytechnic male and Arts Degree male students. There is no significant difference between the Degree of Activism of Polytechnic female and Arts Degree female students.
Keywords: Activism, Non- Conformist, Disruptive Tactics, Democracy, Arts Degree College, Polytechnic College.

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10405

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Batchelder, T. H., & Root, S. (1994). Effects of an undergraduate program to integrate academic learning and service: Cognitive, prosocial cognitive, and identity outcomes. Journal of Adolescence, 17(4), 341-355. Baxter, S. Hahn, J., Heinritz, M. O’Brien, C., Salfiti, W., Sing, J., &Zelmanov, E. (2003) Top 10 activist campuses. Mother Jones, 28(5), 28. Cooper, D. L., Healy, M. A., & Simpson, J. (1994). Student development through involvement: Specific changes over time. Journal of College Student Development, 35, 98-102. Hamilton, K. (2003). Activists for the new millennium. Black Issues in Higher Education, 20(5), 16-21. Heffernan, K. J. (1992). The motivation of a select group of college students involved in community service. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Boston University Graduate School of Education. Hirsch, D. J. (1993). Politics through action. Change, 25(5), 32-36. Kuh, G. D., & Hu, S. (2001). The effects of student-faculty interaction in the 1990s. The Review of Higher Education, 24(3), 309-332. Levine, A., & Cureton, J. S. (1998b). When hope and fear collide: A portrait of today’s college student. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Marotta, S., &Nashman, H. (1998). The generation X college student and their motivation for community service. College Student Affairs Journal, 17(2), 18-31. Perna, L. W. (2000). Differences in the decision to attend college among African Americans, Hispanics, and Whites. Journal of Higher Education, 71(2), 117-141.

Anurag Asija

A STUDY OF THE ATTITUDE OF COLLEGE STUDENTS OF PUNJAB TOWARDS YOGA

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6626/6629

 

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Kamal Upreti

STRESS AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR GENDER AND REGION OF RESIDENCE

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6630/6633

 Stress among adolescents is a topic of concern for educationalist and psychologist. Adolescents feel stress due to various factors including home and school environment. The present study was conducted to find out the stress felt by adolescents of different gender and region of residence. Objectives:  The main objective of the study is to find out whether there is any significant difference between the adolescents of different gender, and region of residence with respect to stress. Hypotheses: 1.There is no significant difference between adolescent boys and girls with respect to stress 2.There is significant mean difference between rural and urban adolescents with respect to stress. Sample: Sample of the present study consist 100 students from different schools of Almora district. Tools: Dr. Zaki Akhatar’s STUDENT STRESS SCALE SSS-AZ was used  for data collection. Result: Results shows that there is no significant difference in stress experienced by adolescent boys and girls. Rural adolescent are also not significantly different with urban adolescents in experiencing stress. 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10409

 
 

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Bartwal, R. S. & Raj, A. (2014). Academic stress among school going adolescents in relation to their social intelligence. Indian Streams Research Journal, 4(2), 1-6. Erikson, E. (1968), Identity: Youth and crisis. New York: Norton. Folkman, S., & Lazarus, R. S. (1986). Stress processes and depressive symptomatology. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 95, 107-113. doi: 002I-843X/86/ Huan, V.S, Yeo, L.S, Ang, R.P, & Chong, W.H.(2005).The influence of dispositional optimism and gender on adolescents perceptions’ perception of academic stress. Adolescence, 41,533-546. Lazarus, R.S.(1966),Psychological Stress and the Coping Process, Mathew, B &Jayan, C. (2006). Academic stress and coping styles among plus-two students. Indian Psychol. Rev., 66(1): 41-48 Naresh Kumar, G. (2008). Need to boost Primary Pupil Scholastic Achievement – A Strategy of Education for all. Indian Educational Review, Vol.38 (1) pp.115=121 Singh A. & Upadhyay A. (2008). Age and sex differences in academic stress among college students. Social Science International, 24(1), 78-88.

Rajeev Kaushal

REINSTILLATION OF MORAL AND ETHICAL VALUES IN CHILDREN AND YOUTH: REFLECTING UPON THE ROLE OF PRECEPTORS AND PARENTS IN REKINDLING THE FLAME OF MORALITY IN MORTALSWITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6634/6651

 The precious possession of any educational institution worth its name is the treasure of knowledge and skills which it imparts to the educands in the hope that this very treasure proves to be valuable for them in every walk of life.  The treasure of values serves as the springboard for determining the various aims of education. In fact, values act as the cornerstone of entire educational process whatsoever be the field. However, it is a matter of grave concern that the monetary value of education is escalating and its moral value is dwindling day by day.  It won’t be an exaggeration to say that the real cause and worth of education are plummeting with each passing day.  As per the current scenario, there is dire need of instilling moral and ethical values in all those who are related to the field of education and this necessitates the inclusion of value based education the prime onus of which lies on the shoulders of none other than the teacher who is undoubtedly the maker of a nation\\\\\\\'s destiny.The present paper reflects upon the significance and need of value education and also throws light on how can moral and ethical values be inculcated in students at various levels of education besides giving valuable suggestions pertaining to the use of same in the field of Teaching and Pre-service Teacher Education programme.
Keywords: Values, Moral values, Ethical values, Teacher, Educands.
 
 

https://doi.org/10.21922/srjhsel.v4i24.10410

 
 

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Bedi,P. (2017). Value education in schools.Retrieved November 27,2017 from http://www.progressiveteacher.in/value-education-in-schools/ Editors’ views. (2015). Swami Vivekananda and Education: Empowering Teacher Educators. NCTE journal. pp. 70-83 Gupta, P. Degradation of human values in higher education: An analysis. International Journal of Research – Granthaalayah, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2016): 165-170. Kalra, R. M. (2004). Value oriented education in schools. Delhi: Shipra Publications. Krishna, P. H. A study on importance of value based higher education. Purushartha. Vol. IV, No. II, September 2011-February 2013. Kumar, R. (2013). Teachers’ accountability as perceived by Teachers and Headmaster at secondary school level. International Research Journal of Management, Sociology & Humanities. Vol.4.)

Keka Varadwaj

PERSONALITY AND LEARNING STYLE: EVIDENCE FOR BIG FIVE TRAITS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6652/6657

 The study examined the relationships between Big Five traits and learning styles of college students. Participants were 360 undergraduate students who completed the NEO-FF) and the Inventory of Learning Processes (ILP). While FFI measured the Big Five personality traits, the ILP measured student’s adoption of the four learning styles; Synthesis-analysis and Elaborative processing for reflective learning, and Methodical study and Fact retention for agentic learning. The data were analyzed by correlation and multiple regressions. The findings of the study were: (i) conscientiousness was positively and neuroticism was negatively associated with all four learning styles; (ii) both agreeableness and openness were positively associated with reflective learning styles; and (iii) extraversion is associated positively only with elaborative processing. The results of multiple regression analyses showed that respectively 37%, 26%, 35% and 9% of the variances of Synthesis-analysis, Elaborative processing, Methodical study and Fact retention were explained by the Big Five traits. The findings of study have implications for teachers in planning their instructions to the appropriateness of students’ personality trait. 
Keywords: Big Five Traits, Reflective learning style, Agentic learning style
 

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Costa, P. T.and McCrae, R. R. (1992). NEO PI-R: Professional Manual: Revised NEO PI-R and NEO-FFI. Florida: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. Farsides, T.andWoodfield, R. (2003). Individual differences and undergraduate academic success: The roles of personality, intelligence, and application. Personality and Individual Differences, 34, 1225–1243. Gadzella, B. M., Ginther, D. W., Masten, W. G.and Guthrie, D. (2010). Predicting students as deep and shallow processors of information.Perceptual and Motor Skills, 84, 875–881. Miller, A. (2007). Personality types, learning styles, and educational goals.Educational Psychology, 11, 217–238.

Lata S. More (Surwade)

MEASURING ATTITUDE TOWARDS COMPUTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS- AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6658/6662

 The present study examines Cognitive and Affective Computer Attitudes of Secondary Teachers 300 teachers (170 male and 130 female – belonging to Urban area – 160 and Rural area – 140) were randomly selected from Colleges of Education affiliated to North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.
Computer attitudes scale (Cognitive and Affective) developed by D.Kumaran and K. Selvaraju was used for data collection.  The result indicate that –
(a) Teachers have a favourable computer attitude.
(b) Sex and subject of specialization (faculty) have no significant influence on cognitive computer attitude, affective computer attitude and computer attitude.
(c) Urban teachers have more favourable cognitive computer attitude, affective computer attitude and computer attitude than Rural teachers.
(d) In urban group, male teachers have more favourable affective computer attitude and computer attitude than those of female teachers, whereas both male and female teachers do not differ in respect of cognitive computer attitude.
 
 

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Atwater E and Duffy K. (1999) : Psychology of living : Adjustment, Growth and Behaviour today. Prentice Hall, New Jersey. Garrett Henry E (1966) Statistics in Psychology and Education. Vakils, Feffer and simon Ltd. Mumbai. Kumaran and Selvaraju (2001) : A study of Cognitive and Affective Computer Attitudes of Teachers : Journal of All India Association For Educational Research Vol. 13, No. 1 & 2 March – June 2001. Susan H. Bannon, Jon. C. Marshall. Susan Fluegal (1985): Cognitive and Affective Computer Attitude Scale: A Validity Study. Educational And Psychological Measurement. Sage Publication. Volume: 45 .Issue: 3 Pages: 679-681. September, 1985.

G. Balaji

LEARNING STYLES AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6663/6667

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Agarwal J.C. : “Education research an introduction”. Agra Book depot –New Delhi-1983. Best J.W. and Khan J.V. “Research in education”, Percentile Hall of India Private Ltd. New Delhi, 1991. Canfield, A. : Learning styles inventory manual. Ann Arbor, MI, Humanics Media-1980

Mrs. Neetu Khokhar

STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT OF ADOLESCENTS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6668/6674

 The youth is said to be the future of the nation upon which the destiny of the country depends to a large extent. Most of the students during adolescence suffer from frustrations, conflicts, complexes, anxieties and worries. They experience problems in physical, mental, social, emotional & other adjustments. Since, it is encountered by students during psychologically disturbing and difficult years of their adolescence; it is consequently major mental experience for most of them. However, whatever is needed is an understanding of their adjustment problems and thereby seeking the solution of those problems. Therefore, it becomes an important area of studying their adjustment problems. This study has been taken to know the relationship between emotional intelligence and social adjustment in adolescents because emotional intelligence includes traits like self-awareness, social deftness, and the ability to delay gratification, to be optimistic in the face of adversity, to channel strong emotions and show empathy towards others. It involves recognition, use, understanding and management of one’s and others emotional state to solve problems and regulate behavior.
 
 

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Aruna, P. (2009). Edutracks. Edutracks , 18, 26-27. Bai, S. (2011). Study of Anxiety Proneness and Emotional Intelligence in Relation to Academic Achievement of Pre-university Students. International Referred Research Journal , II (22), ISSN-0975-3486. Baron, A. R. (A. K. Ghosh, Ed.) Delhi: Prentice Hall of India, Pvt. Ltd. Bar-On, R. (1997). BarOn Emotional Quotient inventory:A measuer of Emotional Intelligence. toronto, canada. Buch, M. (1988-1992). Fifth Survey of Educational Research. Fifth Survey of Educational Research , II. Buch, M. (1983-1988). Fourth Survey of Educational Research. I. Chauhan, S. (1984). Advanced Educational Psychology. Delhi, Delhi: Vani Educational Books. Dasgupta, m. &. (2011). Emotional Intelligence as a mediator of Work-family Role conflict, quality of work life & Happiness among IT professionals. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied psychology , 37, 257-262.

Nisha Chandel & Seema Chopra

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF ADOLESCENTS WITH REFERENCE TO GENDER

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6675/6682

 The present study was undertaken to find out emotional intelligence and academic achievement of  male and  female adolescents. The sample consists of 82 students( 41 male and 41 female adolescents) from different schools in Hamirpur district of Himachal Pradesh. Emotional intelligence was assessed with the help of Emotional Intelligence Scale   developed by Singh and Narain (2014) and academic achievement score were taken from the school records. The results revealed that there exists a significant difference in emotional intelligence of male and female adolescents. It was found that there existed significant difference in academic achievement of female adolescents and male adolescents. The mean emotional intelligence of female adolescents was better than of male adolescents. On the dimensions of emotional intelligence, it was found that there was no significant difference between male and female adolescents on understanding emotions, empathy and handling relations dimensions of  emotional intelligence; while it was reported that there was  significant difference between male and female adolescents on understanding motivation dimension of  emotional intelligence On the other hand,  it was found that there existed  significant difference in academic achievement of female adolescents and male adolescents. 
Keywords: Emotional intelligence, academic achievement, adolescents, gender
 
 

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Al-Rofu A. M.(2012) . Emotional Intelligence and its Relation with Instructional Achievement of Tafilah Technical University Students. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 2 (10), 68-76. Bastian, A. V., Burns, R. Nettelbeck, T.(2005). Emotional intelligence predicts life skills, but not as well as personality and cognitive abilities. Personality and Individual Differences, 39, 1135–1145. Drago, J. M. (2004). The relationship between emotional intelligence and academic achievement in non-traditional college students. Doctoral Dissertation, Walden University. Goleman, D. (1995). Emotional intelligence: Why it can matter more than IQ. New York: Bantam Books.

Aditya Chhabra, Karanbir Singh & Himalaya Kanwar

EFFECT OF MOLDING PARAMETER ON INJECTION MOLDING

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6683/6686

 

In today’s world, Plastic Injection molding process is one of the most widely used processes for producing plastics products. Engineering plastics is the family capable of withstanding high loading for a period of time at elevated temperatures and in adverse environmental conditions. It exhibits a good balance of high tensile strength, shear strength, toughness to use as replacement of metals in many applications. The aim of this paper is to study the effect of various parameters on the plastic part (used in automobiles). A number of experiments has been conducted by changing the main parameters used in injection molding such as Injection pressure, holding pressure, injection speed etc. All these concerned parameters are responsible for giving the required shape to the part with minimum stresses for better life of the product. Based on above parameters, the weight of the part has been varied which will also help in dimensional stability.
Keywords: Plastic Molding process, PP Material, Parameter Effect, Dimensional stability
 

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R. A. Lindberg; “Processes and materials of manufacture”; Prentice-Hall of USA, Inc., New Jersey, 247-250; 1990. Phttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/app.44832/full Y. P. Tidke , A.V.Dhote, Dr.C.R.Patil; “Study and Optimization of Process Parameters in Plastic Injection Moulding- A Review”, international journal for research in applied science and engineering technology Vol. 2 Issue IV, April 2014. S. Kamaruddin, Zahid A. Khan, K. S. Wan; “The Use Of The Taguchi Method In Determining The Optimum Plastic Injection Moulding Parameters For The Production Of A Consumer Product”; Jurnal Mekanikal; Bil.18 , 98 – 110; December 2004.

Javid Maqbool & A. K. Tyagi

INDO-PAK RELATIONS: FOCUS ON CROSS- BORDER TENSIONS AND DISPUTES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6687/6695

 

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History of India By A.V. William Jackson the glorier society London 1956 India-Pakistan in war & peace by J.N. Dixit in India imprint India today group 2002 India and Pakistan A political analysis by Hugh tinker Frederick A. Publisher New York 1962 India and Pakistan continued conflict or cooperation? University of California press London 2010 Research methodology for social science by M.thamilarasan new century publication Chennai 2015 Research & Methodology By C.R. Kothari NAI.P New Delhi 2017 Indian Economy problem By A.N. Agrawal Uni. Pub.Agra 2017

Karanbir Singh, Aditya Chhabra & Vaibhav Kapoor

EFFECT ON HARDNESS & MICRO STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR OF TOOL STEEL AFTER HEAT TREATMENT PROCESS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6696/6722

 This study is conducted to analyze the effect on the Hardness & Micro Structural Behaviour of three Sample Grades of Tool Steel i.e. EN-31, EN-8, and D3 after Heat Treatment Processes Such As Annealing, Normalizing, and Hardening & Tempering. The purpose of Selecting Tool Steel is Because Tool Steel is Mostly Used in the Manufacturing Industry. This study is based upon the empirical study which means it is derived from experiment and observation rather than theory.
Keywords - Heat Treatment, Annealing, Normalizing, Hardening & Tempering, Tool Steels, EN-31, EN-8, D-3 Hardness, Microstructure
 

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Kempester M.H.A., 1984, Materials for Engineers, 3rd Edition. Hoodder and Stonghton. Raymond A., Higgins B., 1985, Properties of Engineering Materials. Hoodder and Stonghton. Dell, K.A., 1989, Metallurgy Theory and Practical Textbook. American Technical Society, Chicago, pp. 351-353. John, V.B., 1980, Introduction to Engineering Materials, 2nd Edition. Macmillan Publishing Company Ltd., pp 321-324. Alawode, A.J., 2002, Effects of Cold Work and Stress Relief Annealing Cycle on the Mechanical Properties and Residual Stresses of Cold-Drawn Mild Steel Rod. M. Eng, Thesis, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Ilorin, Nigeria. Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE). 2001, Professional Development Board Codes and Ethics Committee. Report On Workshop On Evaluation of Engineering Standards in Nigeria. ASM International 1991, ASM Handbook: Heat Treatment, Vol. 4, American Society for Metals Park, Ohio.

R.D. Ranadive

LITIGATION OF THE INCOME TAX CASES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6723/6727

 

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Ms. Ch. Ratna Kumari

IMPACT OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN COLLEGE LIBRARIES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6728/6736

  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is changing the work of libraries and information centers. Library automation activities are gaining momentum throughout the state. It is quite a good sign that SOUL – Software for University Libraries, is now available at an affordable cost as a comprehensive library automation package. However, librarians should be prepared to meet the challenges. They should acquire adequate knowledge about the hardware and software options available. All libraries should use standard software packages for automation and database creation to facilitate the exchange of bibliographic records between libraries. Databases may preferably be created in the MARC21 format because most libraries at the international level follow this. There is need for continuous monitoring of automation activities for improvement of the situation and for meeting the future needs. Therefore, it is concluded that the Status of computerization of library housekeeping operations and computer based library services of college libraries is in nascent stage.
Keywords:  ICT, Information Technology, libraries, SOUL, Database
 

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Abhijit Lahari & Sunder Singh, B.G: Bibliographic Data base NISSAT NEWS LETTER, 8(2) 1989, P.3-76 Anand C.M. & Sen B. K. Man Power development for Computer Application Library and Information Activities IASLIC BULLETIN, 36 (4),1991, p.157-169 Aruna A: On-Line Public Access Catalogue. DESIDOC BULLETIN OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. 18 (5), 1998. Adams, Roy J: Information Technology and Libraries. London. Room Helm, 1986. p. 1-57. Ali, Amjad : Information Technology and Libraries, ESS 978 81 70003911 Allen, B. L. (1995). Academic information services: A library management Perspective, Library Trends 43(4), 645-662.

Bharat Kumar Panda

DHARMSHIKSHA

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6737/6747

 

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Manpreet Kaur

AN EMERGING DESTINATION FOR MEDICAL TOURISM: A STUDY OF INDIA

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6739/6747

 Medical tourism in India has emerged as the fastest growing segment of tourism industry. It has become a favored destination for people from all over the world for medical care and for various treatments. This paper presents the current scenario of Medical Tourism industry in India. It also highlights the reasons for increase in medical tourists in India. Furthermore, it presents the various initiatives taken by Government of India to promote medical tourism in the country. It has been found that for almost all treatments, India has cost advantages. Its price is the lowest among any nation in the world. Furthermore, Ministry of Tourism (MoT) has taken various steps to promote medical tourism in foreign markets. Medical visa is initiated for medical tourists and various international trade shows/ road shows are being organized by MoT. For development and growth of medical tourism industry, MoT also provides financial assistance to Medical Tourism Service Providers under Market Development Assistance (MDA) scheme.
Keywords: Health tourism, Medical tourism, Medical care
 

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Carrera, P.M. and Bridges J.F.P. (2006), “Globalization and healthcare: understanding health and medical tourism”, Expert Rev. Pharmacoeconomics Outcomes, 6(4), pp. 447-454 Chinai, R. and Goswami, R. (2007), Medical visas mark growth of Indian medical tourism, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 85(3), pp. 161- 244 Goodrich, G. and Goodrich, J. (1987), “Healthcare Tourism-An exploration study”, Tourism Management, September, pp. 217-222

Ishfaq Ahmad Ganai

AN OVERVIEW OF TOURISM POLICIES IN INDIA AND THE STATE OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6748/6761

 After oil and motor vehicles, tourism industry is the third largest economic activity in the world. It is also one of the fastest growing sectors of economic activity. This sector has urged both the private sector and the government to wake up and to realize the need to study tourism and its consequences, as the number of tourists and tourism industry itself has made a tremendous growth. Tourism activities have not only generated economic benefits but have also promoted national integration and international understanding among different countries of the world. Tourism industry has also supported the local handicrafts and many cultural activities of many developing countries, India is no exception. In Indian economy tourism industry has created employment on a large scale and has also positively contributed to the foreign exchange earnings, and has emerged as one of the dominant sector of Indian economy. This paper covers the brief review of the policies of tourism industries which were mainly formed for the development of the tourism industry in the country and in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Key Words: Industry, Tremendous growth, Dominant sector, Foreign Exchange.
 

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Elliott, (1997). The politics of tourism: a comparative perspective, London, Routledge. Jenkins C. L. (1991). Tourism policies in developing countries, In: Medlik, S. ed. Managing Tourism. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann, pp. 269-278. Sharpley, R. (2002). Tourism: A Vehicle for Development? In: Sharpley, R. and Telfer, D. J. (2002) Tourism and Development Concept and Issues. Cleve don: Channel View Publications, pp. 11-34. Kibirige, R. (2003). The Socio-economic Impacts of Tourism on Poor Rural Communities: the Mpembeni Community, Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Park, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Africa Insight, 33, pp. 23-28.

Naresh Gandhi

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

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6762/6768

 The aim of this study was to compare the job satisfaction self financed college teachers of Punjab and Rajasthan state. In this present study sample consisted of total 200 college teachers selected randomly from different colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state. The data was collected by using Job satisfaction scale by Singh and Sharma (1986). The study revealed that there was significance difference in the job satisfaction of self financed college teachers of Punjab and Rajasthan state.
Key words: Job Satisfaction, Self Financed College teachers, Punjab and Rajasthan State.
 

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Ahmed, Raheen & Jomal (2003). Job Satisfaction among school teachers. The educational review, (7). Allam, L. (1995). An investigation in to Job Satisfaction and motivation among Minnesota technical college faculty. Dissertation abstract international, 52(2), 412-A. Atta, N., Aziz, S., Sallahuddin, S., & Hassan,H. (2012). A comparative study of regular and contractual teacher’s job satisfaction. International Journal of Social Sciences & Education, 3, (1). Blum, M. L., & Naylor, J. C. (1968) Industrial Psychology, Harper and Row, New York.

Naresh Gandhi

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

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6769/6774

 The aim of this study was to compare the job satisfaction 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. The data was collected by using Job satisfaction scale by Singh and Sharma (1986). The study revealed that there was significance difference in the job satisfaction of male teachers working in colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan state.
Key words: Job Satisfaction, Male Teachers, Colleges of Punjab and Rajasthan State.
 

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Ahmed, Raheen & Jomal (2003). Job Satisfaction among school teachers. The educational review, (7). Allam, L. (1995). An investigation in to Job Satisfaction and motivation among Minnesota technical college faculty. Dissertation abstract international, 52(2), 412-A. Atta, N., Aziz, S., Sallahuddin, S., & Hassan,H. (2012). A comparative study of regular and contractual teacher’s job satisfaction. International Journal of Social Sciences & Education, 3, (1). Blum, M. L., & Naylor, J. C. (1968) Industrial Psychology, Harper and Row, New York.

Deepa Jain

A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON THE RETENTION OF GIRL’s IN THE AREAS OF M.P.

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6775/6781

 In the summary of the dissertation a brief description of all the chapters is given. The summary of each chapter is done so as to specify lie outline. The person can have an idea about the hole research work by reading the summary part. In the process of research each part of chapter is important one can get preliminary information about detailed chapter in the summary. An effort is made to give summary of all the chapters in as chapters, this is as below
Keywords--- Government Policies, The Retention Of Girl’s
 

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Dr. D. S. Srivastava and Monica Tomar, Elementary Education : R. Lall Book Depot –Meerut (U.P.) Dr. R. A. Sharma, Development of Educational system in india: Isha book Delhi. J. C. Aggarwal, Indian women Education and status: Arya Book Depot. J. C. Aggarwal,Thoughts on Education: Arya Book Depot. Palash Magazine (Monthly). ‘Samartha’ – A traning book for ‘Samvida Ahikshaks’(Class 1 , 2 and 3) S.C.E.R.T, Bhopal (M.P.) 2006-07. Wahidul Hasan Khan,India Together- Barrier to Girls Education.

Deepa Jain

MUKBADHIR VIDHYARTHIYON KI BUDDHI EANV SAMAYOJAN KA ADHYAYAN

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6782/6793

 

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Anand S.P. (Oct. 1972) : Job Satisfaction V/S work role variables Teacher education Vol. VII No. I Anjueyula BSR : A study of Job Satisfation in UPS school (Dec. 1974 teachers and its impast on the education of pupil with special reference of the state of Andhra Pradesh. Delk A.K. (Mar. 1974) : ''Factors ion Job Satisfaction of Indian workers'', Indian psychological abstract Vol. Dwivedi, Neeraj (Jan. 1977): ''A study of effect of financial incentives on the job satisfaction of blue collar workers '' India Education Review Vol. No. XII Holpern G.L. (Dec. 1966): ''Relative contribution of motivation and hygiene factours to overall job satisfaction'' Journal of education and psychology Vol. XX No. 3 Johnson ED (Jun 1996) : ''An analysis of factors related to teachers dissatisfaction'' India education Review Vol. No. XI Reddy & Reddy (Oc. 1978): ''Job satisfaction of teachers working under different managements.'' The educational quarterly Vol. XX Sheppard D.I. (Feb. 1967): Relationship of Job satisfaction and personal characteristics of terminating employees. Journal of education psychology Vol. V no. 2

Siddaraju K.S. & Jayamma H. R.

EXPLORING THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS BETWEEN DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT VARIABLE USING REGRESSION ANALYSIS AND PATH ANALYSIS IN RESPECT OF SELF CONFIDENCE AND ANXIETY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE ON ATTITUDE TOWARDS ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6794/6802

 The present study is aimed to analyse the relationship between dependent variable and independent variable. The present study involves statistical techniques i.e. Regression Analysis and Path Analysis. Self confidence and anxiety in English language are independent variables, whereas the Attitude towards English is dependent variable. The present study reveals that each time the regression equation for the sample is used to predict attitude towards English language of students of secondary schools. Similarly, the Anxiety in English language contributes inversely or negatively on attitude towards English language of students of secondary schools than Self confidence. Whereas, in path analysis Self confidence and Anxiety in English are directly and inversely affecting the attitude towards English language respectively. 

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Biship, Y.M.M., Feinberg, S.E. and Holland, P.W. (1975) Discrete Multivariate Analysis : Theory and Practice. Cambridge, Mass : MIT Press. Bock, R.D. (1975) Multivariate Statistical Methods in Behavioural Research. New York : McGraw-Hill. Bock, R.D. and Branndt, D. (1980) Comparison of Some Computer Programs for Univariate and Multivariate Analysis of Variance. In P. B. Krishnaiah (Ed.) Handbook of Statistics (Vol. 1). Amsterdam : North Holland. Dubios, P. H. (1965) An Introduction to Psychological Statistics. New York: Harper and Row. Duncan, O.C. (1966) Path Analysis : Sociological Examples. American Journal of Sociology. Vol. 72, 1-66.

Sushil Kumar Dadhwal

HEAD OF INSTITUTION AND HIS DUTIES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6810/6816

 In this article, an attempt has been made to focus on teacher and his qualities. It has been rightly said that a teacher is national builder but national builders are those teachers who contribute to the nation. For the contribution, the teacher should have good qualities and capacity to bear the responsibilities. The researcher has focused about the teacher in this article. This article would be very helpful to the teacher and policy maker even selection committees and educational institutional to prepare a good teacher for the future and to develop good qualities among them by imparting  the good education. 

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Aggerwal J.C,(2010) School Management.New Delhi:Shipra Publisher,Ansari Road Darya Ganj. Jamwal B.S (na) Principal of school-His responsibilities and qualities,published in a peer reviewed an international journal excellence in education,vol-4 no-1 Sachdeva,M.S(na) A new approach to school Management.Ludhiana;Bharat Book Centre. Walia, J,S(na) Foundations of school administration and organization,Jalandhar:Paul Publishers

Sushil Kumar Dadhwal

TEACHER AND HIS QUALITIES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6810/6816

 In this article, an attempt has been made to focus on teacher and his qualities. It has been rightly said that a teacher is national builder but national builders are those teachers who contribute to the nation. For the contribution, the teacher should have good qualities and capacity to bear the responsibilities. The researcher has focused about the teacher in this article. This article would be very helpful to the teacher and policy maker even selection committees and educational institutional to prepare a good teacher for the future and to develop good qualities among them by imparting  the good education. 

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Aggerwal,JC (2010) School Management.New Delhi:Shipra Publication, Ansari Road Darya Ganj Jamwal,B.S(2017) Professional Commitment And Teachers, Article published in Scholarly Reach Journal for interdisciplinary studies,Sept-oct. 2017,vol-4/36.

Mahesh Prasad Tripathi

IMPORTANCE OF ICT IN LEARNING

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6817/6825

  “One of the many challenges facing developing countries in 21st century, i. e. the Century of Knowledge, is that of preparing their societies for globalization & the information and communication revolution to transform present society into Knowledge Society. Our Governments, Policy-makers, Educationists, Non-Government Organizations and academia are concerned with the need to make their societies competitive in the emergent Information and Communication Technology. Globalization and innovations in technology have led to an increased use of ICT in all sectors including education. Uses of ICT in education are widespread and are continually growing worldwide. The report of the International Symposium, UNESCO, 1990 on “Learning to care: Education for the Twenty-first Century” emphasized the integration of ICT for teaching- learning, research and extension.  The integration of ICT into classroom poses a challenge to teachers, planners, thinkers and administrators. This study aimed at finding out the factors influencing the use of ICT to make teaching- learning effective and identifying the innovations that ICT has brought into teaching-learning process. ICT can be used to support teaching and learning as well as research activities including collaborative and blended learning. ICT has introduced a new method and strategy of learning called E-learning (Electronic learning) where learners study while they are at home or work place without going to the school. This makes many workers or employees to update, enroll and upgrade themselves easily. It is believed that ICT can empower teachers and learners, making significant contributions to teaching and learning. The effectiveness of ICT in education has been felt that introduction of ICT adequately is highly effective in   learners’ learning and achievement. Studies have shown that advanced schools use ICT in teaching and learning process for innovations. The use of ICT enhances skills related to teaching and learning; and enriches complete, updated and authentic knowledge. More researches need to be conducted to understand the   links between ICT and achievement, development, teaching and learning. This paper summarizes some key research findings to help educational planners to identify relevant e-Learning benefits and make judicious decisions to develop e-Learning strategies.”
Keywords:  I C T,   Internet, World Wide Web,   Blended Learning, Collaborative Learning, Educational Technology For All (ETFA).
 

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(1) Bhattacharya, I. & Sharma, K. (2007), “India in the knowledge economy”, International Journal of Educational Management Vol. 21. Deepshikha Agarwal(2009), “Role of e-Learning in a country like India” in the proceedings of 3 rd national conference INDIA Com – 2009. Eleventh Five Year Plan document, Planning Commission, India. Govt. of India, ?National Policy On Information and Communication Technology In School Education , Department of School Education and Literacy ,Ministry of Human Resource Development (2009).

Ranjana Gupta

AADHUNIK SANCHAR SADHANO KE PRATI GRAMIN MAHILAON KA DRUSHTIKON

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6826/6831

 

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Rekha J. Parlikar

INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND QUEST FOR WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6833/6838

 Women are the most sensitive part of Indian society in all aspect. From long time the Indian national leaders try to make various laws for the betterment of women. In the same way they opposed the negative traditions about women by making laws with the support of British government. 
              After independent there are so many steps have been forwarding towards the women’s empowerment. Indian constitution is a unique document which has been providing a legal and structural instrument for the betterment of Indian society. Indian society is a mix-up of varieties of human groups. Most of the part of this society is far from basic rights and facilities. The history of Indian society is a full of sorrow, pain, exploitation, inequality and so on.
             But the making of Indian constitution is a dream for the betterment of each and every person in this society. Women are a half of the part of this society. So the constitution focused by various its articles for the justice, equality and empowerment of women. 
           This paper discusses a relevant issue pertaining to the concept of social justice with reference to Indian perspective. The paper is focused mainly the issues of social justice through Women’s Empowerment
 

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AnandYash Raj (Gunjan), WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: How Far We Traversed? Social Justice, (proutjournal.com) (http://www.proutjournal.com/social-justice/women-empowerment-how-far-we-traversed.html) Civil Services Chronicle, May 2005 Freire (1973), Dr. R.R. Prasad, Kurukshetra, May 2002 Karl M. (1995) (Women and Empowerment), Quoted by Dr. R. R. Prasad,

Rekha J. Parlikar

TRIBAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN PANCHAYAT RAJ INSTITUTIONS

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6839/6845

 Indian Constitution is a unique model of inclusiveness in the world. For variety of Indian society particularly the marginalized section, it promotes an access to participate and empower themselves through the reservation and participatory method in Panchayat Raj Institutions.
The provision of 73rd amendment Act was enacted to the 5th Scheduled Areas through the Panchayats (Eextension to the Scheduled Areas) Act 1996 (PESA Act 1996). This paper examines weather the deprived section have started exerting some influence in the functioning of the Panchayats as platform to ventilate their grievances and the implements in their genuine empowerment.
 

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Mehta Prakash Chandra, Tribal Development in 20th Century, DurgaTaldar Shiva Publishers, Udaipur, 2000 p.7 Vidyarthi L.P., Tribal Development and its Administration, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, 1981, pp12-14. The Constitution of India, Government of India, Article 342.

Nitleen Kaur

DEVELOPMENT IN INDIAN INSURANCE SECTOR: E- GOVERNANCE AND ITS CHALLENGES

Oct-Nov,2017, Vol - 4/24, Page - 6846/6852

 E-governance is the application of information & communication technologies to transform the efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability of informational & transactional exchanges with in government, between govt. & govt. agencies of National, State, Municipal & Local levels, citizen & businesses, and to empower citizens through the access or use of information.  In the current growth scenario of every industry, E- governance is playing an essential role. Similarly, it is contributing maximum in the fast development of insurance sector. But, the insurance industry is challenged by competitive pressures, changes in customer loyalty, entry of new players and a stringent regulatory environment, all of which are pressuring insurers to change their business models, streamline operations, and improve processes. The Insurance companies are utilizing the Information technology applications for better customer service, cost reduction, new product design and development and many more. New technology gives the policyholders / insured better, wider and faster access to products and services. Similarly, this paper attempts to analyze the role of Insurance business in the economic growth of India, role of E-Governance in the Insurance and various challenges faced by the E-governance practices in India. 
Keywords – E-governance, Insured, Transparency, Innovations, Technology, Revolution
 

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