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  • ABETMENT TO COMMIT RAPE: LIABILITY OF A WOMAN


Vineet Kumar, Sudipa Kaur,

Abstract:
Rape, sexual assault, eve-teasing and stalking are matters of serious concern – not only because of the physical, emotional and psychological trauma which they engender in the victim, but also because these are practices which are being tolerated by a society ostensibly wedded to the rule of law.


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  • THE „BANGIYO MUSALMAN SAHITYA SAMITI‟: ITS QUEST FOR CULTURAL AWAKENING OF THE BENGALI MUSLIMS (1911-1947)


Dr. Soumitra Kr. Sinha

Abstract:
The fact that deep-seated cultural factors had a great bearing on the mental make-up of the Bengali Muslims and their response and reaction to the Bengal Renaissance has not yet received the attention it deserves.


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  • ESTIMATION OF VARIANCE OF THE TIME TO RECRUITMENT IN A SINGLE GRADED MANPOWER SYSTEM WITH TWO SOURCES OF DEPLETION AND TWO THRESHOLDS


B. Mercy Alice, A. Srinivasan

Abstract:
In this paper the problem of time to recruitment is studied for a single grade manpower system with two sources of depletion and two thresholds using a univariate policy of recruitment based on shock model approach.


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  • “IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN IN JEYPORE BLOCK OF KORAPUT DISTRICT, ODISHA”


Mr. Prasant Kumar Behera, Mr. Santosh Jena

Abstract:
The present paper focused on the status of universalisation of elementary education under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in Jeypore Block of Koraput district, Odisha. The specific objectives of the study are to assess the progress made for achieving the overall goals of SSA and to investigate its effectiveness and problems in Jeypore Block.


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  • THE IMPACT OF WORKPLACE BULLYING ON WORK PERFORMANCE – A STUDY ON TRAVEL AGENCIES IN DHAKA, BANGLADESH


Md. Mostofa Jaman

Abstract:
When we think of bullying, the first thing that pops up in our mind is the reckless bullying many of us witnessed during our student life. Almost all of us grew up with the cruel truth that bullying is part of growing up.


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  • A STUDY ON HR POLICY FOR EMPLOYEE MOBILITY WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION - CHALLENGES AND CONCERNS


R Sujatha, Hargovind Kakkar

Abstract:
The paper deals with the challenges and concerns in Employee Mobility within the organization. Employee mobility is defined as to relocating an employee from one place to another.


72-93
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  • LEAPING BOUNDARIES: WOMEN IN CRIME


Dr. (Mrs.) Tinku Paul

Abstract:
The unbridled social change both at the domestic and public sphere has led to growing number of crimes against women as well as posed confronting and compelling situations before them challenging her very survival.


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  • ST. CHAVARA‟S PERSPECTIVE ON CHARACTER EDUCATION AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN SCHOOLS- A QUALITATIVE STUDY


Mollykutty P. V. , Kennedy Andrew Thomas

Abstract:
Character education is a topic of renewed interest for educationalists and institutions due to increased value deterioration found in different parts of the world. St. Chavara lived in nineteenth century which was a caste ridden and socially unjust society


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  • EVOLUTION OF RIVER TERRACES IN THE MIDDLE SUBARNAREKHA BASIN GHATSILA, JHARKHAND


Jayanta Saha

Abstract:
River terraces of the middle Subarnarekha basin area at particular geomorphic interest in the study of the consequences of the base level change being associated with the tectonic actions in the Subarnarekha basin.


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  • JUXTAPOSING SOCIAL INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION OF LOIS IN MANIPUR


Mayanglambam Lilee Devi

Abstract:
The issue of social exclusion and inclusion is relative and always contextual. Understanding various cases of exclusion and inclusion of sections of people from different parts of India will enhance comprehension of the issue and it will ultimately help in better policy formulation. This paper focuses on the case of Lois, an indigenous community in Manipur, Northeast India.


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