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  • A STUDY OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE IN RURAL WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Suman Hazra and Arnab Das

Abstract:
Public Health infrastructure is the nerve center of public health. It is a very important measure for understanding the health care system in a country.


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  • ACCOUNTABILITY: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIAN JUDICIARY


Ajay Kumar, Satish Kumar

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Indian government is based on three basic pillars i.e. legislature, executive and the judiciary. Legislature is responsible for making law, executive for the rule application and Indian judiciary is for the adjudication of rule.


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  • MADAN MOHAN MALAVIYAS ROLE IN REVAMPING INDIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM


Dr. Pratibha Kumari

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In this paper the author tries to explore the contribution of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya in revamping the Indian education system. Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya (1861–1946) was an Indian educationist and politician notable for his role in the Indian independence movement and his espousal of Hindu nationalism (being one of the initial leaders of the far-right party( Hindu Mahasabha).


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  • Human Resource in 21stCentury :Challenges and Opportunities


Mrs. Yashwanti Singhmar

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As we enter the twenty-first century, experts continue to validate that it is the human asset, not the fixed assets, that will make the difference for successful organizations. While it has historically been HR’s job to “own” those assets, the overall enterprise must take a more active role in the workforce experience. Companies that desire to maintain a competitive edge, both now and in the future require human force well equipped to face the ever increasing pace of technological changes and techniques. Today where technology has changed everything with great extent, the methods of production, the process of recruitment, the training techniques, and new equipment etc


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  • WTO AND INDIA


BHAVNA GROVER AND PRERNA

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WTO is an organisation which regulates international trade. Its objective is to promote multilateral trade in goods and services by eliminating tariff and non tariff barriers. WTO imposes certain agreements on its member nations such as trade in agriculture ,trade related intellectual property rights ,trade related invest measures ,anti dumping, trade in agriculture ,trade in textile etc. India is the one of the founder member of WTO.


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