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  • DALITS IN INDIA: DISCRIMINATION AND DEVELOPMENT


Harshil Sharma

Abstract:
This study seeks to examine the lives of Dalit people in 21st century. Dalits are excluded and discriminated in the society from decades but the state has provided safeguards for them.


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  • DEMOGRAPHIC VARIATION BETWEEN SLUM AND NON-SLUM AREA: A CASE STUDY OF KOLKATA,2013


Jaidul Islam, Moududa Khatun

Abstract:
Slum is an integral part of urban life; urban development is not the phenomena keeping them aside. Urbanization phenomena in India are causally associated with socio-economic interface of the region as well as human group.


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  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC CAUSES OF BEGGING


Prof. Jabir Hasan Khan, Dr. Menka, Shamshad

Abstract:
The present research paper is an attempt to analyse the socio-economic causes of begging, various problems faced by beggars, governmental helps received by them and suggestions given themselves by the beggars as well as recommended by the authors for upliftment of the socio-economic standard of their life in Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh.


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  • STORY TELLING: A TOOL IN TEACHING SCIENCE


Pratibha Kumari,

Abstract:
Constructivism assumes that learners construct their own cognitive structures (knowledge) as they interpret their experience in a particular situation (Palincsar, 1998). Vygotsky, a social constructivist believed that social interaction, cultural tools and activity shape the individuals’ development and learning.


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  • TALENT RETENTION STRATEGIES: A SUSTAINABLE APPROACH IN BUSINESS


Hirwani Hansu

Abstract:
Talent is one of the most important assets of an organisation and the challenges and strategies of attracting and retaining the talent in a very high degree of diversity and uncertainty in the business environment is essential in present strata.


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  • ART AND RITUAL: THEIR INTERDEPENDENCE AND INTERRELATION


Jyotika Singh,

Abstract:
This paper will throw light on the relationship between Art and Ritual. How they interdepended to each other? What are the main effects of their relation on the human society ? How much their relationship significant for the human society? This paper will examine different art forms and functions of ritual for the human society.


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  • MAKING WAVES: COMMUNITY RADIO AND THE INDIAN SCENARIO


Ravi Shankar,

Abstract:
Community radio, as distinct from public service broadcasting, serves to bring small communities together, focuses on common man’s day-to-day concerns and helps in realizing local aspirations.


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  • COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANXIETY AMONG GRADUATE LEVEL STUDENTS IN NUCLEAR AND JOINT FAMILIES


Zaved Ahmad, Prof. Shaikh Azimuddin

Abstract:
Anxiety among graduate level students play and important role in shaping behavior. It is characterized by emotional and cognitive components. The students’ belongs to Nuclear and Joint families who studied in college feel problems of anxiety.


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  • TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS


Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Nowadays the organizational environment has become global, complex, dynamic, highly competitive and extremely volatile which in turn make difficult the long run survival of corporate entities.


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  • INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF RIGHT TO EDUCATION: ISSUES AND CONCERNS


Dr. Savita Nayyar

Abstract:
Education opens the mind helping a person to think, analyse and design the future course of action. An educated society ushers the contemporary generation for a bright future and multiplies his potentialities for excellence. Education is fundamentally the enlightenment of life which personifies the dignity of a person. It moulds and transfigures the human personality into a pattern of perfection through a synthetic process of development of the body and upliftment of the mind which in turn supplements the emotions and illuminates the spirit.


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  • भिवानी जनपद के साहित्यिक परिवेश


Monika Goyal

Abstract:
भिवानी जनपद के साहित्यिक परिवेश


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  • A STUDY ON PROBLEMS FACED BY MILK PRODUCERS IN VALAPPADI TALUK OF SALEM DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU


Dr. A. SIVANANDAM

Abstract:
India is one of the largest milk and milk products producing countries in the world. The country’s milk production increased from around 20 million tonnes in the 1960s to 121.50 million tonnes in 2011. The per capita availability (281g/day in 2010-11) is almost equal to the requirement of 280g/ day. The State was placed between eighth to ninth position in the country in overall milk production in the last 10 years.


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