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  • PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF WORK CULTURE AMONG POLICE PERSONNEL


Dharmeshwari Lourembam, Moirangmayum Sanjeev Singh

Abstract:
Every organization may be private or public organization has their own work culture. Rules and regulations of every workplace are very important as it gives meaning to everybody’s lives at work.


1-10
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  • HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND ITS MEASUREMENT IN INDIA


Dr. Shobha Chaudhary

Abstract:
Economic development is a multi-dimensional approach which deals with many issues, such as socio-economic welfare, human and physical development etc.


11-24
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  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT THROUGH GENDER BUDGETING IN INDIA


Poonam Sharma, Prabha Garg

Abstract:
This paper gives a broad overview of the gender budgeting initiatives in India, highlighting certain related issues that need to be addressed for making gender budgeting an effective tool for women’s empowerment.


25-34
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  • SOCIAL EMOTIONAL SCHOOL READINESS


Seema, Dr.Bimla Dhanda

Abstract:
This has focused on the concept of social emotional school readiness of the children at early stage of their education.


35-50
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  • CRIME AGAINST WOMEN AND LEGISLATIONS IN INDIA


Prof. Tahir Hussain, Dr. Mary Tahir

Abstract:
Women represent more than one-half of the population. They are still, far from being represented to that degree in political and administrative programs.


51-65
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  • AN ALTERNATIVE CLASSIFICATION FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT OF ASIAN COUNTRIES BY USING WARD’S CLUSTERING ALGORITHM


Tugba Altintas

Abstract:
In this study, Asian countries have been classified to obtain development clusters UNDP’s Human Development Index indicators have been used as independent variables.


66-76
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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON ANTHROPOMETRIC PROFILE AND MOTOR PERFORMANCE OF COLLEGE MALES AND FEMALES


Mr. Abhijit Thander

Abstract:
College is a time of great change for young adults. Newly found independence allows the college student to make decisions and choices that were often previously made for him or her.


77-81
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  • REPRESENTATION OF DIVORCED WOMEN IN TEHRAN, IRAN: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF QUALITY OF LIFE


Dr. Mohammad Taghi Sheykhi

Abstract:
The paper reflects how divorces take place in Iran more than ever before. Most of those emanate from the social and financial pressures that the divorced women are left to face.


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