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  • A SIMILARITIES BETWEEN MAHĀYĀNA AND THERĀVADA BUDDHISM: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE


  • Mangal kanti Chakma.

Abstract:
A Mahāyāna and Therāvada Buddhism were arose together in the same era after the Buddha passed way from the Saṃsarā. These name were came through modification on differents time and period, which had consider through the transferred the teachings of Master to Disciples, and it has a major changes cameforward between the two major schools.


1-8
2
  • A PERCEPTION STUDY OF BUSINESS BANKING CONSUMERS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION


  • Prof. Neelam Chugh, Dr. Mamta Brahmbhatt

Abstract:
Rapid Changes in Indian Banking Industry have created a new dimension in Indian Banking with emergence of Technology in Banking. The banking industry in India understood the need for deployingInternet banking, and thus launched this service in 1998.


9-20
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  • THE USE OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM FOR FORECASTING SHORT AND LONG TERM CLIMATIC VARIATION THROUGH FEATURES OF TREE: A STUDY BASED ON THE VILLAGE OF RALAPANAWAGAMA IN ANURADHAPURA DISTRICT, SRI LANKA


  • Thisara Kandambige L.S

Abstract:
Climate change is a natural phenomena that people are not able to control . But there is a possibility of mitigating it's impacts adapting suitable strategies.


21-30
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  • THE POSTCOLONIAL DIMENSION OF IDENTITY VACUUM IN BOMAN DESAI’S ASYLUM, USA


  • Shraddha Dhal

Abstract:
European colonization has left an indelible mark on the modern world with the increase of immigrant numbers, hybrid nations with different cultural diversities. This leads to the question of identity as one of its essential discussions.


31-38
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  • DIGITAL INDIA AND THE ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT


  • Dr. Dilip Bhika Patil

Abstract:
Digital India is one of the Concept which wasimplementedby the Government of India to ensure that Government services are made available to citizens electronically by improved online infrastructure and increasing Internet connectivity the country digitally empowered in the field of technology.


39-45
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  • PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSION AND THEIR INFLUENCING FACTORS IN POSTLMENOPAUSAL WOMEN


  • Mamtaz Mahal Neela, Md. Rezaul Karim

Abstract:
During different stages of life every woman faces various crises and one of these crises, menopause, may create different problems. In modern societies, psychological disorders particularly depression is one of the problems of menopausal woman.


46-54
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  • IMPERIALISM IN ACTION: COLONIAL LAND REVENUE POLICY AND THE SOUTH-EAST PUNJAB OF BRITISH INDIA


  • Dr. Mahender Singh

Abstract:
The present paper attempts to focus on the land revenue policy of the Colonial State in the South-Eastern part of the Punjab province. British policy was somewhat varied in comparison to the other area of the Punjab province.


55-74
8
  • ROLE OF URBANISATION ON HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION,AND FOOD SAFETY


  • Dr.Kakoli Adhikari

Abstract:
The world’s urban population is around 3.2 billion people-more than the world’s total population in 1960. Demographically urbanisation is the increasing share of a nation’s population living in urban areas.


75-80
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  • THE IMPACT OF MIND MAPPING ON PROMOTE INNOVATIVE DECISION OF THE ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVENESS


  • Dr. E. Palanivel

Abstract:
Mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is hierarchical and shows relationships among pieces of the whole.


81-87
10
  • MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH INTERNET ADDICTION AMONG TEENAGERS


  • Farzana Begum, Dr. (Mrs.) Prabha K. Dasila, Dr. Rakesh Ghildiyal, Dr. Maninder Singh Setia

Abstract:
Objective To study the associatation of internet addiction with demographic profile and motivational factors. MethodsYoung’s Internet Addiction Test was administered to identify the students with various categories of internet addiction.


88-99
11
  • NON-METAPHYSICAL SOCIO-CULTURAL FRAMEWORK EMBEDDED IN WORLD RELIGIONS


  • Khwaja Ayub Zickriya

Abstract:
People in the world, have variety of life styles, beliefs, customs, thoughts, philosophies and cultures. These are derived from the specific concepts of individual or from group behavior or ideology.


100-106
12
  • ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL OF SLUM FREE INDIA


  • H. S. Chopra

Abstract:
Housing is the basic necessity of human being and so it is important for a country’s progress and peace that all its citizens enjoy a minimum housing level and are not deprived of the basic housing necessities required to enjoy a decent life. United Nation member countries are also concerned about ensuring basic and decent housing to all as about 828 million people live in slums today and the number keeps rising.


107-122
13
  • POLITICAL VIOLENCE & TERRORISM: THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLITICAL MOVEMENTS


  • Samuel Appiah-Marfo

Abstract:
This paper explores the social aspect of terrorism and political violence. It highlights the influence religion has over political movements in nation-states, where they serve as agents of social change.


123-140
14
  • PERCEPTION TOWARDS PAY SATISFACTION OF BANK EMPLOYEES: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY


  • Dr. Dhanonjoy Kumar, Humaira Siddika

Abstract:
This study examines pay satisfaction in public and private sector bank employees in Bangladesh. Pay satisfaction results in higher performance and greater productivity while pay dissatisfaction may bring about poor performance, lack of commitment, moonlighting, absenteeism, and high rate of labor turnover which affect productivity.


141-150
15
  • PREDATORY PRICING IN INDIA


  • Priya Bhatnagar

Abstract:
„Predatory pricing is taken to be a manifestation or sign of market dominance. But too often it is a precursor.‟ As per the nature of the law of economics, the demand for any commodity, expressed by the cost that the consumers are inclined to give and they believe that it is right, in a perfectly healthy market, is equivalent to the supply of the commodity which is expressed by the sum of money expended on manufacturing that commodity actually.


151-161
16
  • A STUDY ON THE ROLE OF ODISHA GRAMYA BANK IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT OF MAYURBHANJ DISTRICT IN ODISHA


  • Prashanta Kumar Das, Dr. Jagannath Lenka

Abstract:
On the basis of the results of a field survey, it is found that the Regional Rural Bank (Odisha Gramya Bank) operating in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha has been able to meet the financial need of the different categories of borrowers. This has helped to increase not only employment and income but also the productivity of the stakeholders leading to a better standard of living.


162-192
17
  • ENVIRONMENT POLLUTION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT


  • Dr. Monika Sharma

Abstract:
With the passage of time , man has progressed tremendously, due to that life has become each to a great extent, but this progress is in haphazard manner, and he forget that due to his this act he has ruined our frazil environment and if environment is not pollution free, than the development is of no use. It is true that without progress, life has no meaning and we cannot live on this planet earth.


193-201
18
  • THE PRESENTATION OF ‘SELF’ IN SOCIETY: TOWARDS POSITIVE SOCIALISATION


  • Dr. Ritu Bakshi

Abstract:
Societies impinge into people’s lives: they orient the social construction of knowledge; they ground the negotiation of common identities; they marginalize and stigmatize certain social groups; they provide the tools for empowerment and social inclusion. For these reasons, I argue that societies are central to the social psychology of humankind.


202-217
19
  • STRESS AND COPING STRATEGIES AMONG NURSING STUDENTS


  • Sheuli Sen

Abstract:
Students are subjected to different kinds of stressors, such as the pressure of academics with an obligation to succeed, an uncertain future and difficulties of integrating into the system. A descriptive study was conducted in a private nursing institute of Bangalore affiliated with The Rajiv Gandhi University of Health sciences, Bangalore to assess stress level and coping strategies among nursing students.


218-232
20
  • A STUDY OF WORK LIFE BALANCE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF HOSPITALITY EMPLOYEES


  • Anant Kumar Verma, Dr. B. Padmapriya

Abstract:
Hospitality industries are discriminated from all other industries in respect to stipulation of services game the clock. Hospitality business being cyclic in character, it encounters a serious shortage of manpower.


233-243
21
  • WAR FOR TALENT: THE SCENE TODAY


  • Dr Chandrakanta Sahoo

Abstract:
War for Talent is being experienced across the sectors as a major challenge by the HR Managers. The issues have caught the attentions among academia, industry, professional bodies and government and HR practitioners are struggling to redefine their evolving roles so that the organizational talent stays engaged and motivated in the organization.


244-251
22
  • USE OF WEB 2.0 FOR CREATING SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION BY LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS IN INDIA


  • Nidhi N. Rakshikar

Abstract:
How researchers communicate their work and their findings vary in different subjects or disciplines, and in different institutional settings. Such differences have a strong influence on how library professionals, as researchers approach the adoption of new information and communications technologies.


252-264
23
  • WORKING CONDITIONS OF WOMEN WORKERS IN FRUIT PROCESSING UNITS: A STUDY OF RATNAGIRI DISTRICT


  • Rupesh G. Sawant, Dr. SURESH S. NIKAM

Abstract:
It is an open truth that working women have to face problems just by virtue of their being women. A woman’s work is not merely confined to paid employment.


265-283
24
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF RFID TECHNOLOGY IN NAVRACHANA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY


  • Dr. MeghnaVyas

Abstract:
Library is a growing organism. For escalating the excellence of service and effectiveness of operation with new technologies has always been concern for library professionals.


284-293
25
  • RESEARCH TREND IN LIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE STATE OF GUJARAT AND MAHARASTRA


  • Dr. Meghna Vyas

Abstract:
Research programmes at the doctoral level in Library and Information Science carried out in the universities of Gujarat and Maharastra during the ten years (2005–2015) have been analysed to find out the current trends and areas of research, growth pattern and output of universities alongside with comprehensive and constricted topic areas in the LIS discipline.


294-302
26
  • SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE OF ADOLESCENTS OF NUCLEAR AND JOINT FAMILIES- A COMPARATIVE STUDY


  • Mohd Maqbool Ahangar, Prof. (Dr.) Mahmood Ahmad Khan

Abstract:
The present study aims at finding out the spiritual intelligence among adolescents of nuclear and joint families. The study was conducted on a sample of 600 adolescents, out of these, 300 were from nuclear families and 300 were from joint families.


303-313
27
  • Hindi Article


  • Dr. Anurag

Abstract:
Hindi Article


314-320
28
  • LABOUR FORCE IN HARYANA


  • Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
The authorinvestigate the share of population in labour force, in term of employed, unemployed or marginal employed in Haryana. This paper shows the decadal pattern of work participation rate of two census years 2001 and 2011.


321-334
29
  • AGRICULTURIST ECONOMY OF THE VILLAGE MAJRI JATTAN A CASE STUDY


  • Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
In a developing economy like India farming is becoming progressively commercialized. Farm management deals with the organization of the whole agricultural production process at holding level.


335-348
30
  • SOCIAL WELFARE ADMINISTRATION IN INDIA: A STUDY ON SOCIALLY BACKWARD CASTES


  • Y. AshaKiran

Abstract:
The term "Social Welfare" has a broader meaning than professional social work. Social problems, deprivations, poverty, suffering and social disorganizations have existed through history. India is the seventh largest country by area and second by population.


349-363
31
  • NATASANKIRTANA AS A MAHAYAJNA


  • Dr. M. Thoiba Singh

Abstract:
NataSankirtana of Manipur is considered as Mahayajna (complete sacrifice) in Vaishnavism of Manipur. Its origin is traced to the aesthetics and philosophy of ShrimadBhagavat.


364-375
32
  • CLIMATE CHANGE AND EXTREME EVENTS IN SIDS


  • Dr. Asmita Bakshi

Abstract:
Climate change is leading to the increased intensity and frequency of extreme events globally and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are the most vulnerable due to their intrinsic and isolated geographic characteristics. A minor change in climate can cause a severe change in extreme climate events such as more or fewer rainfall, intensity and frequency of tropical cyclones and storms.


376-398
33
  • STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BRAND PREFERENCE AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS MALE COSMETIC PRODUCTS (WRT EMAMI’S FAIR AND HANDSOME & OTHER MALE COSMETIC BRANDS IN GAUTAM BUDDH NAGAR, UTTAR PRADESH)


  • Dr. S.C. Varshney, Swati Agarwal

Abstract:
“Vanity, thy name is woman” is a lost proverb. The upcoming proverb is “Vanity, thy name is man”. The strong change in orientation about beauty world over has led to shift in the approach of cosmetic companies and they have inclined towards the emerging customer – male.


399-405
34
  • REVISITING ESP CURRICULUM FOR PHARMACY: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF EFL LEARNERS


  • Dr. Intakhab Alam Khan

Abstract:
Teaching of English in professional institutions is as important at departments of English. English for academic purpose is inevitable for many reasons. It is also a fact that English is the most convenient language for health and medical students/professionals.


406-420
35
  • ACCESS TO JUSTICE: EVERYONE’S RIGHT!


  • Palak Jagtiani

Abstract:
The concept of legal aid can be witnessed in the 40th paragraph of the Magna Carta, which is stated as under; ―To no one will we sell, to no one will we deny or delay right or justice.‖


421-434
36
  • TECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS AND ITS FUNCTIONALITY ON HCD PRACTICES


  • BOOHENE David, MAXWELL Amita

Abstract:
A common trend in organizations is the leveraging of technology in innovative ways to support human capital development (Adayana, 2009). This paper examines in order of ranking, the different technological elements used in supporting the functionality of HCD Practices in the Indian IT Industry.


435-441
37
  • WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ODISHA: CURRENT STATUS, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE PROSPECTS


  • Swagatika Nanda

Abstract:
Entrepreneurship is the process of creating the new things with taking the risk. In the present scenario women are take initiative for the growth of economic development.


442-450
38
  • SATISFACTION OF MANAGEMENT ACADEMICIANS TOWARDS TEACHING & RESEARCH IN UNIVERSITIES OF HARYANA


  • Dr. Neelam Rani

Abstract:
Globalization and privatization has enforced changes in the management education which inevitably lead to changing expectations of students and academicians.Students from tenuniversities have been surveyed and analysed with the help of well-structured questionnaire.


451-459
39
  • SOCIAL SECURITY IN INDIA


  • Dr. Fakkiresh S. Sakkarnaikar

Abstract:
India is a vast country with a surface area of about 3.3 million square km. With a total population of India which is 1.25 billion,about 72% of the population lives in rural area.


460-472
40
  • IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES ON DOCTORS’ AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT TOWARDS THEIR HOSPITALS


  • Dr. G.D. Gidwani, Dr. N.K. Totala, Prof Preeti Naik

Abstract:
This paper studies the relationship between a particular set of Human Resource Development (HRD) practices and the doctor’s affective commitment towards their patients and the hospitalwhere they work. Data has been collected, using a structured questionnaire, from doctors working in multi-specialty hospitals in Indore city, India.


473-488
41
  • FAMOUS SIVAGIRI PILGRIMAGE OF KERALA: SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS AND CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE IN THE PRESENT SOCIETY


  • Umesh Mani M

Abstract:
Pilgrimage as the name suggests signifies a long journey made to sacred places as an act of religious devotion. One can witness a lot of pilgrim centres in and around the world with certain importance being ascribed to them based upon their relevance pertaining to religion.


489-505
42
  • STUDIES ON SPATIO-TEMPORAL CHANGES IN LANDUSE PATTERN IN LATUR CITY OF MAHARASHTRA STATE


  • Godbole B.M.

Abstract:
Present investigation was carried out to study the spatio-temporal changes in landuse pattern in Latur city of Maharashtra state. Land cover means different physical materials such as trees, grassland, water, crops, buildings etc at the surface of the earth.


506-512
43
  • PERCEPTIONS OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN ANDHRA PRADESH – A STUDY OF TWO AGENCY MANDALS IN ADILABAD DISTRICT


  • Prof. K. Chokkaiah, NagarajuSamala

Abstract:
Agriculture is the most important sector of economy in India as it provides food and livelihood security. Agriculture has been subject matter of geographic study since long.


513-529
44
  • GLOBALISATION AND ITS IMPACT ON TRIBES IN INDIA – A STUDY


  • E. Ratnakar

Abstract:
Globalization has been experienced by various sections of multi-dimensional Indian society, their livelihood, employment, socio-cultural life including their cultural and religious practices, health, education, women and disadvantaged and socially backward sections differently. According to one Anthropological Survey, total of 4,635 communities are now to be found in India out of which total tribal communities are 732 in number.


530-542
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  • EFFECTS OF AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAMME ON ELEVATE BLOOD SUGAR AND TRIGLYCERIDE LEVELS AS CARDIOVACULAR DISEASE RISK FACTORS IN CHILDREN


  • Adegboyega, J. A, Ajayi – Vincent, O. B, Adeagbo, D. I

Abstract:
Cardiovascular disease is fast becoming a problem due to unhealthy nutritional habits and an increase low level of physical activities among children. Scientific studies have provided strong evidence between reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and physical activity involvement.


543-555
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  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA THROUGH PROPERTY RIGHTS : A SOCIO LEGAL STUDY


  • Dr. Yedla Prabhakar

Abstract:
The woman in our country has always been accorded the status not only equal but above men. Since ancient time anything nurturing human life was worshipped as a female identity, i.e., the nature as Prakriti Devi, the earth as Prithvi Devi, the forests as Van Devi and so on.


556-572
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  • SCHOOLING AND INEQUALITY IN THE MUSAHAR COMMUNITY OF BIHAR: AN EMPERICAL STUDY


  • Rinki Chokhani

Abstract:
Despite continuous effort to universalize Education in India, the most deprived Musahar children of Bihar still are ignored and held responsible for their Educational backwardness. Therefore, the objective of this paper is to understand the schooling condition, teacher student relation and peer relation, taking into account the perspective of Musahar children, their parents and attitude of teachers and non-Musahar peers in Government schools of Patna, Bihar.


573-588
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