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  • ROLE OF EDUCATION IN PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS: AN ANLYSIS


Dr. R. Uma Devi

Abstract:
Human rights are those rights which belong to an individual as a consequence of being human. These are the inherited rights by birth irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, sex and nationality.


1-17
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  • MODALITIES OF INFORMATION SHARING AMONG THE FACULTIES AND RESEARCHERS OF AYUSH NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS


V. Kalaiappan, Dr. K. Kaliyaperumal

Abstract:
The Information Sharing (IS) is an inevitable phenomena among the human beings but it is much among the academics and researchers towards their pursuits. In this context, this research study made an attempt to focus on the IS behaviors of academics Researchers of the National Institutions of AYUSH.


18-29
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  • A STATISTICAL STUDY ON THE PROBLEM OF EVE-TEASING IN SALEM DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU, INDIA


A. GANESAN, M. NITHYA

Abstract:
“Eve-teasing” is the colloquial Indian term for public sexual harassment against women that includes everything from catcalling, to physical molestation and assault.


30-39
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  • THE EFFECTS OF YOGA AND MEDITATION PRACTICES ON PSYCHO- PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES AMONGST ADOLESCENT CRIMINALS AT A MODEL JAIL


Dr. Swami Amrita

Abstract:
Mankind has always tried to attain peace and happiness through all available means. The changing conditions of the environment- the pollution, the depleting ozone layer, the infiltration of UV radiation are affecting the genetic constitution of mankind.


40-52
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  • ZAMINDARI SYSTEM (LANDLORD BASED) OF LAND REVENUE COLLECTION IN 18TH CENTURY


Dr. Hareet Kumar Meena

Abstract:
With the arrival of the East India Company (EIC) in India, the administrative structure in general and the agrarian composition in particular, underwent radical change. Several major factors were responsible in shaping the British Land Revenue Policy, in which the financial factors remained on the priority.


53-65
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  • WHAT MATTER FOR FAMILY PLANNING IN MIZORAM: CHURCH VS. EDUCATION


K.C. Lalmalsawmzauva

Abstract:
This paper is an attempt to explore why Family planning programme is so successful in in the Christian dominated state of Mizoram, located in the northeastern part of India considering the fact that Christians in the state shared 87 percent of the total population have reservations against family planning programme since 1970s.


66-90
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  • CHARACTERISTICS OF ADOLESCENT RESPONDENTS ACCORDING TO USE OF CONTRACEPTION IN BANGLADESH


Dr. Md. Roshidul Islam

Abstract:
The term ‘contraceptive use’ refers to the use of contraceptive method at any time before the date of interview without making any distinction between past use and current use. Any respondent reporting that she or her spouse had ever used some form of contraception was counted as an ever user regardless of the time of use. Also, an ever user might have used more than one method.


91-106
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  • "A Study of status of facilities available at Sub Centres and Right to Health"


Dr.Sunil Choudhary

Abstract:
Sub Centre is the first peripheral contact point between community and health care delivery system. Sub Centers are serving for the reduction in IMR and MMR in rural areas of India but still there are some gaps at Sub Center level like Absenteeism and irregularities of medical staff


107-118
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  • A Descriptive Study of Foreign Investment in India


Dr. Rakhi

Abstract:
India is representing itself as a vast potential for overseas investment from a very long time. It has been observed during the present BJP led government that constant efforts have been done to encourage foreign investment into the Indian Market


119-126
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  • MGNREGA BENEFICIARIES AND THEIR SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS: A STUDY


Anil Kr.Saikia

Abstract:
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) was enacted by legislation on Aug 25, 2005 (known as NREGA at that time) and is the largest public programme in India, initiated by the UPA government.


127-138
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