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International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences (IRJHRSS)
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  • SOCIO-ECONIMIC CONDITIONS OF HANDLOOM WEAVERS IN KOTHAPALLI VILLAGE – A STUDY


  • PRABHAKAR RACHA

Abstract:
Handloom Industry play vital role in the economic development of the country. In this paper covers that socio-economic conditions of handloom weavers in kothapalli village. Which are age wise, area wise, religion, caste, educational qualification, type of the family, size of family, type of the occupation, type of the house, type of the ration card, land owned, assets owned, loan, monthly income, working status, working hours, experience profile, number of family members involving in weaving, purchase of raw material and type of the loom. To offer the suggestions for the development of handloom industry.


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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF STRUCTURED TEACHING PROGRAMME ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES REGARDING LIFESTYLE MODIFICATIONS AMONG PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES MELLITUS


  • Ms. Swapna M K

Abstract:
Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus are among the most Common chronic Non-Communicable diseases and multifactorial disorders affecting both developed and developing countries including India.The best prevention for these complications of these diseases is control of the blood pressure and blood sugar . Effective management in hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus requires a multisectorial approach. It is necessary to create public awareness of this danger and this study is intended to find out the knowledge and practice of lifestyle modification among these patients.An evaluative approach with quasi experimental non-equivalent pre-test post-test design was adopted for the study. Through non-probability Convenient sampling technique 100 samples were selected, 50 each in experimental and control group. Formal written permission was obtained from the authorities of the urban community; informed consent was obtained from patients to conduct the study. A structured knowledge questionnaire was used to assess the knowledge of hypertensive and Diabetes Mellitus patients on lifestyle modification in hypertension and Diabetes and practice rating scale was used to assess their practice. Data was analysed using descriptive and inferential statistics.


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  • EMERGENCE OF MOTHER GODDESS CULT AND RELIGIOUS PRACTICES FROM PRE HARAPPA TO CHALCOLITHIC PHASE


  • Kumari Abhilasha and P.D. Sabale

Abstract:
Man is by nature an artist. A child when is of 5 to 10 years old makes different images in leisure but he makes images of things which had effected his mind or he finds strange. Like the image of snake is often made by the child which becomes a part of his game later on. So this even might have been a case earlier with early men. Venus sculpture from Willendorf looks like the image of a woman holding an embryo in her womb. In early days giving birth might have been a task of great bravery which even might have resulted in high death rate of woman. So probably this made women quite important, owing to their task, that was quite similar to the kind of super natural power of making ones own kind and even satisfying the common desire of man.This might have resulted into the emergence of such a cult.


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  • MUSLIMSOCIO-RELIGIOUS REFORM MOVEMENTSAND THEIR ROLE INTHE POLITICAL MOBILIZATION IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR.


  • *ZAHIED REHMAN GANIE **MUJEEB-UR-RAHMAN GANIE.

Abstract:
By the Treaty of Amritsar* signed on 16 March 1846, Kashmir was sold to Maharaja Gulab Singh by the British Indian government for a sum of seventy five Lakh Nanakshahee rupees. The Dogra’s (the dynasty to whichGulab Singh belonged) therefore, claimed Kashmir as their Zarkhareed (purchased property) and did every possible means to exploit Kashmir and its people. The Dogra rule followed discriminatory policies against their Muslim subjects. These discriminations were clearly reflected in the fields of State services**, social spheres, education, justice, etc.By the beginning of 20th Century,various socio-religious organizations helped to develop a collective thinking within the Kashmiri community. Being non-political, these movements were directed towards social and religious reform. But the awakening these movements brought about had an impact not only on the social outlook of the people but had also tremendous political consequences. These movements roused the peopleto a sense of self-reassertion for a status of equality in the society, economy and political spheres. This paper will help us to understand how the associations formed during Dogra rule helped in generating the consciousness of their rights among the people of Jammu and Kashmir against the repressive policies of their ruler.


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  • HEALTH, EDUCATION AND LIVELIHOOD STATUS OF TRIBALS IN TAMIL NADU


  • K. Sivasubramaniyan

Abstract:
This paper aims to find out the current status of tribal population in the core social sectors of health, education and livelihood. For assessing the human development status of the tribal population,8 hill groups comprising 225 revenue villagesin7 districts,were selected.At grossroot level, 640 sample respondents were interviewed from 118sample villages. The study revealed that 97% of inhabitants belonged to Malayali.Health wise, PHCs at best served as dispensaries distributing medicines; and patients with serious ailments referred to higher health care units outside the hills.The literacy gap between ST and general population varied from 10.2 points to 29.5 points and the GTR institutions were established in the hill groups without relation to its tribal population


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  • ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN INDIA - AN ANALYSIS


  • *Vishnu Manupadu

Abstract:
The institutions of Local Government have flourished in India since time immemorial. The Panchayats or Village Governments, as they were called, were ancient institutions and were themselves small republics. They exercised power in various spheres such as industrial, commercial, administrative, and social including civic education and religious functions. The Panchayat Raj has always existed in India. These Panchayats were the Local Self Governments in villages. Local Self Government is the Government duly elected by local people. While Government at the National and state level have independent powers of their own drawn from the constitution, Local self Government Institutions are creations of the state and enjoy only such powers as are given to them by State Government or state legislature.The present paper focus on the analysis of Origin and Development of Local Governments in India.


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  • PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN FILMS OF FEMALE DIRECTORS -A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF “IRUTHI SUTTRU BY SUDHA KONGARA”


  • Mrs. Jayachandrika K

Abstract:
The representation of women in media has been discussed from the second wave feminism and, many feminist scholars have analyzed whether women were portrayed stereotypical or not. The studies revealed that women were not shown in a constructive manner. They were shown as objects of sexual desire and their role was to support men. Feminist critics argued that the domination of men in media industry was the reason for this kind of representation. The Film theorist Claire Johnston proposed the concept “Counter Cinema” to control this biased representation. She said that women’s cinema would be the alternate cinema as they become the producer of the message and so they could change the way women are represented. The researcher has analyzed the movie “Iruthi Suttru” directed by Sudha Kongara, a female director to identify whether the representation of women was stereotypical or not and, if there were any objectification and narrow representation in the movie. The results showed that the female director had attempted in many areas to improve the representation of women in this movie but there were stereotypical portrayal of women in few categories. It was also found out that the female director showed women as sexual object in few shots. There was no narrow representation of women in this movie.


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