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  • OPPORTUNITIES AND ISSUES IN EMPOWERING DIFFERENTLY-ABLED PEOPLE INTO PRODUCTIVITY: A STUDY BASED ON AMPARA DISTRICT, SRI LANKA


Mohamed Shareef Ishar Ali

Abstract:
Disability is a normal phenomenon in the sense that it exists in all societies, affecting predictable and identifiable proportions of each population. Disability activities are economic activities, which generate economic output and income just like other economic activities.


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  • ADMINISTRATION OF TRIBAL SUB-PLAN IN INDIA – A STUDY OF ANDHRA PRADESH


E. Ratnakar

Abstract:
The study of Indian tribal society has assumed a greater attention among the scholars both in India and abroad. Transition of these societies all over the world carved an interesting area for the pursuit of social knowledge.


14-30
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  • IMPACT OF NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION IN NORTH - EASTERN PART OF RAJASTHAN: (A CASE STUDY OF ALWAR AND BHARATPUR DISTRICTS)


Mr. Sunil Tiwari, Dr. Monika Kannan

Abstract:
This paper highlights the rural development scenario of Alwar district situated in the north eastern part of Rajasthan. Rajasthan Sub Region (RSR) of NCR comprises of two district of Rajasthan that is Alwar & Bharatpur which accounts to an area of 13,447 Sq. Kms.


31-43
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  • REVITALISATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE CONFLICT SITUATION IN MANIPUUR


Dr. Hijam Ranakumari Devi

Abstract:
The status of Higher education in Manipur has been deteriorating during the last two/three decades in Manipur. It becomes worse when the conflict situation has arisen in the state of Manipur.


44-48
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  • ROLE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC AND BIO-MEDICAL VARIABLES IN THE PREDICTION OF PREECLAMPSIA


Sharda Ghoghre

Abstract:
Present research paper investigated the role of psychological, Socio-demographic and Biomedical factors in the prediction of preeclampsia. It is cross sectional research study, conducted in maternity homes of Bhopal and Betul districts of Madhypradesh, India.


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  • RURAL LEVEL INFORMATION SYSTEM USING GIS AND REMOTE SENSING


Dr. Kavita

Abstract:
The Basic information (effective information) describes the physical, social and economical aspects of the communities subjected to direct and indirect effects. It requires the estimates of the extent of spatial and socio-economic characteristics.


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  • PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL FACTORS


Manpreet Ola

Abstract:
Good mental health is very essential, even if it is of those who are already diagnosed with psychological disability and disorders, it’s not that such individuals have lost all the rights to lead a life of satisfaction and well being, however there are various factors which are hampering and taking away this opportunity from this marginalized lot, therefore through this piece of work, the sole aim is to bring into awareness the various social factors of stigma, discrimination, labeling, poverty, discrimination, etc, into light and to suggest ways so that these can be curbed, so that the individuals already suffering from these disorders do not have to go through more harshness and their condition can be made functional and little better.


79-82
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  • STUDY OF PEOPLE’S PERCEPTION OF ACCESS AND UTILIZATION OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN URBAN SLUM OF MUMBAI


Ravi A Gajbhiye

Abstract:
Socio-economic aspects are major determinants in access to health care facilities like economic condition, education, social categories etc. That determinants influence the health care preferences of people in various ways and degrees.


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  • RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS


Ankita Singh

Abstract:
Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization. Selection may be defined as the process by which the organization chooses from among the applicants, those people whom they feel would best meet the job requirement, considering current environmental condition.


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  • EFFECTS OF DOMESTIC PUBLIC DEBT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN KENYA (1996-2014)


Kiluyi John Wafula

Abstract:
Many developing countries have found it a challenge to formulate and implement good debt strategies especially in the sub-Saharan Africa which in turn has resulted to spiraling debt levels over the years. The main objective of this paper was to establish the effect of domestic public debt in Kenya.


104-138
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  • CONSTRUCTION AND STANDARDIZATION OF ACHIEVEMENT TEST IN MATHEMATICS


Rachhpal Singh

Abstract:
In the present study an attempt was made to construct and standardize Achievement test in mathematics for the selected topics from 9th class P.S.E.B. Text-Book. The scale initially consists of 78 Items. After review and evaluation of statements by experts, items were reduced to 70.


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  • ETHNICITY/ ETHNIC IDENTITY VS DEMOCRACY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: THE SOMALI EXPERIENCE IN POST 1991


Ola Abegunde, Bonolo Lovedelia Pelompe

Abstract:
Africa is one of the most ethnicitydiversifiedcontinentin the world. Its people have and followdifferent cultures and traditions. Ethnicity forms a basis for ones origins, beliefs and way of life. The continent has experienced more violent conflicts than any other. In many instances social cleavages has been found to be root cause.


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