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  • A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE UNORGANIZED SECTOR


Subrata Mukherjee

Abstract:
In this paper, an attempt is being made to analyze the potentiality to generate income and employment of the informal sector and the inter-relationships among different sectors, specifically the formal-informal relationships.


1-12
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  • THE EVOLVING HUMAN ACTIVITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: THE FUTURE PERSPECTIVES IN POST COLD WAR ERA


Bukar Jamri, Hayatudeen Muhammad Konto

Abstract:
People are, and will remain, the most important drivers of change, in underpinning societal, geopolitical, security and developments. This paper seeks to investigate trends in society by considering how challenges in physical domain, will be combined with societal change and technological advances that will shape human and the environment.


13-27
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  • PERCEIVED LONELINESS AMONG UNIVERSITY FOREIGN STUDENTS WITH RESPECT TO THEIR GENDER AND STREAMS OF EDUCATION


Dr. Prakash Chandra Jena, Meena Sharma

Abstract:
Higher education is one of the most globalised activities. India’s higher education system is the third largest in the world next to the United States and China. Higher education is a powerful tool to build knowledge for an information-based society.


28-38
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  • GANDHIAN PERSPECTIVE AND STRUGGLE OF DALITS FOR THEIR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT


Navneet Kaur

Abstract:
The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes constitutes 25% of the total population in India. They have been discriminated on the basis of caste for centuries. The issue of upliftment of the downtrodden section was first raised in the Colonial period.


39-47
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  • HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX AND ITS MEASUREMENT IN CONTEXT OF HARYANA


Ms. Mahak, Ms. Nisha, Mr. Bijender kumar

Abstract:
Development of an economy over the years has focused attention on the growth rate of various macro-economic variables, such as GNP, balance of payments, saving rate, fiscal deficits etc.


48-71
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  • LEARNING STYLES OF TRIBAL AND NON-TRIBAL STUDENTS WITH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL


Raj Kumar Dhiman, B. P. Verma

Abstract:
The study aimed at finding out the differences in learning styles of senior secondary students as a function of culture and locus of control. The actual sample comprised 320 subjects randomly drawn from an initial sample of 407 subjects (205 Tribal and 202 Non-Tribal).


72-83
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  • MATERNAL MORTALITY IN NORTHERN NIGERIA: SOME NON MEDICAL CAUSES


Sesan Abraham Peter, Kamoli Makanjuola Kazeem

Abstract:
The paper relies on existing works and researchers’ personal observation (PO) of the phenomenon of maternal mortality in northern Nigeria. It identified and discusses the non medical causes of maternal mortality in the area.


84-99
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  • TOWARDS ENHANCING RESEARCH QUALITY IN AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY


OMIUNU, Ojinga Gideon,

Abstract:
The tripodality of university functionality: teaching/training, research and public service has been plasmolysed and adulterated by its stakeholders believing that, universities' major function is centered on teaching/lecturing.


100-123
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  • A THEORITICAL REVIEW ON HRM PRACTICES


Priyanka Johny, Renjith. K. P.

Abstract:
Human Resource Management is a practice of bringing people and organizations together so that the goals of each are met. It is the part of the management practices which is concerned with the management of human resources is an organization.


124-134
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  • WOMEN OF SAMBALPUR IN PRE - INDEPENDENT ERA: AN ANALYTICAL OUTLINE


Dr Raghumani Naik

Abstract:
Creation of woman is the wonderful phenomenon of Creator. She is mother, sister, Goddess, lover and wife in all. She is regarded as the better half of man and an integral part of society.


135-146
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  • A STUDY ON THE PROBLEMS FACED BY THE SCHOOL TEACHERS DURING IMPLEMENTATION OF SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN IN HARYANA


Gurmeet Singh

Abstract:
In India, efforts towards universalization of elementary education were stepped up especially after independence when the education of children in the age group of 6-14 years was accepted as their constitution right.


147-154
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  • THE EVOLVING DEFENSE AND SECURITY CHALLENGES: THE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES IN POST COLD WAR ERA


Hayatudeen Muhammad Konto, Bukar Jamri

Abstract:
Since the Cold War, the likelihood of major inter-state warfare has been perceived as being more remote while instability, societal conflicts and terrorism have frequently led to confrontation and crisis.


155-175
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  • CONSEQUENCES OF BEGGING AND FUTURE ASPIRATIONS OF BEGGARS TO STOP BEGGING LIFE IN CENTRAL TANZANIA


Dr. Baltazar M. L. Namwata, Maseke R. Mgabo

Abstract:
This study examined consequences of begging and future aspirations of beggars to stop begging life in Central Tanzania. A cross-sectional study was conducted among 220 respondents composed of 130 beggars, non-beggars; 60 members of the focus group discussions and 30 key informants.


176-187
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  • HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX OF GOKULPUR VILLAGE, DAKSHIN DINAJPUR, WEST BENGAL


Dr. Rukhsana, Jumafuddin Sheikh, Rakib Sarker

Abstract:
The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite index published annually by the UN Human Development Report Office, since 1990, which is designed to measure “human well being” in different countries.


188-198
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  • SEX PARITY INDEX OF HEALTH OF GUJARAT-ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS


Kalpana Satija, Yogita Dangi

Abstract:
Despite the discrimination of health amongst genders many debates and researchers growing in India. Health is key factor in the process of national development. In Gujarat, health sector is contributing a great indenture for social and economic change.


199-209
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  • EFFECT OF BLENDED LEARNING ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF RURAL HIGH ACHIEVERS AND LOW ACHIEVERS IN SCIENCE


Pratibha Kumari

Abstract:
The students of today are accustomed to receiving information on a daily basis through internet. It’s a challenge for educators to teach students in this new hi-tech learning environment and blended learning could be one solution to this challenge.


210-219
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  • EDUCATION STATUS OF TRIBAL WOMEN IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KERALA STATE


Dr. Nidheesh . K. B

Abstract:
Tribes have unique traditions, distinct culture and peculiar approach towards their life and religion. Both Central as well as State Governments has been introducing various schemes for the promotion of tribal education.


220-233
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  • JASMINE: THE FIGHTER & SURVIVER


Dr. Santosh Singh

Abstract:
Bharati Mukherjee, an India born American novelist, has made a deep impression on the literary canvass. She is an investigative pioneer--of innovative terrains, practices, and literatures—co-existent with her wide-ranging mission to discover new worlds.


234-241
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  • SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT WITH HUMAN RIGHTS


Dr. Sandeep Bansal

Abstract:
Every individual has the human right to education. It is because only through education a society can be developed in its proper direction. Women are considered as the integral part of society. Hence, there cannot be an educated nation without educated women.


242-252
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  • THE CASE OF MICROPLAN UNDER JOINT FOREST MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME: CHAKADOBA, BANKURA DISTRICT


Parama Bannerji,

Abstract:
Joint Forest Management (JFM) is a programme of empowering forest communities with management functions. The JFM programme received further momentum with the Government of India order on June 1,1990 which stated that the National Forest Policy of 1988 envisages peoples involvement in the development of forest.


253-282
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  • NOMINAL COMPOUNDS IN MANIPURI


Dr. Dhanapati Shougrakpam

Abstract:
In Manipuri, compounding as such is an extremely productive process. The semantic relationship between the constituents is understood and cannot be easily recovered from syntactic or morphological analysis.


283-289
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  • ROLE OF STAKE HOLDERS AND SELF HELP PROMOTING INSTITUTIONS (SHPIS) IN MICRO FINANCE


Kakali Adhikari

Abstract:
Different stake holders and self help promoting institutions play a significant role in creating an enabling environment for promotion and growth of self help groups and MFIs The SHG promoters as a whole promote a strong net work within them, collect and disseminate information and share experiences.


290-298
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  • EMPIRICAL MAPPING OF PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


K.M.Joshi

Abstract:
The higher education system in India is the largest in the world interms of number of institutions. There has been a noteworthy hike in the number of higher education institutions since independence. The higher education institutions registered almost 51 fold increase during last six decades. The share of private sector in higher education took momentum in the post 2000 period. This increase has enhanced the access as well as the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER). The private higher education has been more pragmatic and considerate to the labour market needs. Despite these merits, there exists many demerits in this private participation. There is a need for effective regulation of private higher education to address the quality and equity issues.


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