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  • A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CASTE CONFLICT IN VERIYAPPUR VILLAGE, ODDANCHATRAM BLOCK


Dr. C. Senthil Kumar

Abstract:
The institution of caste has been one of the exclusive characteristics of the Indian society since early ages. In spite of great changes in the history of India, caste has continued to be background of recent social changes; some people believe that the system of castes is one the way out. Others believe that in spite of changes in some of its external features, the caste system has retained most of its essential functions.


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  • A STUDY OF ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS TOWARDS PERVESH PROJECT LITERACY SCHEME FOR PRIMARY CLASSES IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS


Dr Varinder Kaur

Abstract:
The study investigated the attitude of teachers towards Pervesh Project Literacy Scheme for primary classes in government schools in relation to gender and types of teachers (Junior and Senior).


9-21
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  • ASPIRATIONS OF RURAL TRIBAL YOUTH TOWARDS WORKING IN THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR: A STUDY OF TETAR TOLI IN GUMLA DISTRICT OF JHARKHAND


Mohini Saha & Pushpinder Bishnoi

Abstract:
The study was conducted to identify the aspirations of rural tribal youth towards agriculture sector in TetarToli in Gumla district of Jharkhand.This paper maps the research terrain relating to young people‘s aspirations, focusing on defining and conceptualizing aspirations on the basis of four variables i.e. ambition, expectation, acceptance and knowledge.


22-49
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  • A CRITICAL REVIEW OF APPLICATION AND SCOPE OF ICT BASED PLATFORMS IN AGRO-ADVISORY AND COMMODITY TRADING SERVICES


Anup Prakash Uppadhyay, K.N.Krishnakumar

Abstract:
The increasing demand for agricultural products globally, offers challenges and opportunities for producers to sustain and improve their livelihoods. Information and communication technologies (ICT) play an important role in addressing these challenges and uplifting the livelihoods of the rural poor.


50-61
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  • IMPACT OF LITERACY ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


Dr. C. Senthil Kumar

Abstract:
The emergence of India as an independent and democratic nation brought about certain basic changes in the policy and programme of adult education. Not only the prevalent colonial policy towards adult education was reviewed by the Government of India but also new programmes were developed to the changing needs of a democratic nation.


62-67
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  • IMPROVING ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE INNIGERIAN POLICE: A PANACEA FOR POLICE EFFECTIVENESS


Ekpenyong, Nkereuwem Stephen

Abstract:
The problem of police unethical behavior has been a serious problem to Nigeria’s consolidating democracy. Historically, reform efforts have failed due to an organizational culture that is resistant to change.


68-86
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  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM IN THE SRI LANKAN SCENARIO: ISSUES AND CONSEQUENCES


Dr. Thanabalasingam Krishnamohan

Abstract:
Decentralized government needs supportive attitudinal, behavioural and cultural conditions. Some of them include the willingness of local officials to support and perform decentralized management functions; the quality of leadership; the attitudes of local people towards government; and the degree to which traditions and behaviour are compatible with decentralized procedures for planning, decision making and management.


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  • DECLINING SEX RATIO IN INDIA : TRENDS AND CORRECTIVE MEASURES


Dr. Nisha Marya

Abstract:
In most Indian households; a male child is given preferential treatment over a female child. India represents one of the most adverse Child Sex Ratio (CSR) figures amongst the Southeast Asian Countries, reflecting a highly undesirable reversal of the norms of natur


101-106
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  • Sexual Satisfaction and Marital Adjustment among Love Matched Marriage and Arranged Marriage Couples


L.N. Bunker, Vishnu Narayan

Abstract:
Marriage is an important institution and the basis of family. The happy and well-adjusted couples constitute my meaningful and mutually satisfying relationship. The study investigates the sexual satisfaction and marital adjustment among love matched marriage and arranged marriage couples.


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  • THE LAND QUESTION OF THE TRIBALS AND DALITS IN KERALA: A STUDY ON THE “FARMING PROTEST” BY THE „ ADIVASI DALIT MUNNETTA SAMITHI‟ IN ARIPPA, KOLLAM DISTRICT


Manjusha.K.A.

Abstract:
The paper seeks to examine the land question of Tribals and Dalits in Arippa, Kollam District in Kerala, India. In the context of developing countries such as India, the state of Kerala has often been cited as a model.


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  • GEOPOLITICS OF CONFLICT AND WAR OF THE WORLD- A STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PHENOMENA AND ITS RELATIONSHIPS


Peter Prasanta Debbarma

Abstract:
There is a close relationship between man and environment. Geography has much to tell us about human conflict. This paper topic titled ‘Geopolitics of conflict and war of the world- a study of environmental phenomena and its relationships’ is based on philosophy where the schools of environmentalism state that ‘Environment controls and governs the course of human actions’.


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  • THE STUDY OF DALIT AREA IN VARANASI: SOCIAL REFERENCE TO CHITAIPUR VILLAGE


Ruchee Moorti Singh, Dr. Amarnath

Abstract:
Dalit life is excruciatingly painful, charred by experiences. Experiences that did not manage to find room neither in literary creation nor in society. We have grown up in a social order that is extremely cruel, in human and compassionless towards Dalit society.


137-156
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  • Historical Development of Panchayati Raj in India


Dr. Ramesh Kumar

Abstract:
Panchayati Raj Institutions are playing important role in Indian society from ancient time. The grass root units of local self government have been considered as instruments of socio economic and political transformation in rural India. Involvement of people at the grass root level is the most important means of bringing about socio, economic and political development. It is identified as institutional expression of democratic decentralization in India


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  • REFERENCE TO - DELHI: A NOVEL


Manoj Kumar Grover

Abstract:
Moving form Train to Pakistan to Delhi : A Novel is like moving from a shorter one to an epical canvass, from a romantic one to an epical chronicle. Delhi : A novel, which came after the Hindu-Sikh communal riots of 1984, is not simply a description of communal riots, but a deep study of this novel through the experiences of its characters shows that it is a portrayal of the gradual evolution of the Sikh’s community and the predicaments faced by it.


170-175
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  • HISTORY OF SIKHISM IN KHUSWANT SINGHS WRITING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO - DELHI: A NOVEL


Manoj Kumar Grover

Abstract:
Moving form Train to Pakistan to Delhi : A Novel is like moving from a shorter one to an epical canvass, from a romantic one to an epical chronicle. Delhi : A novel, which came after the Hindu-Sikh communal riots of 1984, is not simply a description of communal riots, but a deep study of this novel through the experiences of its characters shows that it is a portrayal of the gradual evolution of the Sikh’s community and the predicaments faced by it.


170-175
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  • पंजाब में उग्रराष्ट्रवाद : सुशीला देवी की भूमिका का अध्ययन


गीता देवी

Abstract:
पंजाब में उग्रराष्ट्रवाद : सुशीला देवी कीभूमिका का अध्ययन


176-179
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  • THE FIRST MAJOR CHALLENGE: THE REVOLT OF 1857


Parveen kumar

Abstract:
It was the morning of 11 May 1857. The city of De1h had not yet woken up when a band of Sepoys from Meerut, who had defied and killed the European officers the previous day, crossed the Jamuna, set the toll house on fire and marched to the Red Fort


180-189
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  • Global Warming And It’s Impact On Agriculture


SONIA

Abstract:
Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy which in turn relies on the monsoon season. Rising global temperature is not only causing climate change but also contributing to the irregular rainfall patterns.


190-196
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  • MAHATMA GANDHI’S ERADICATION OF SOCIAL EVILS FROM INDIAN SOCIETY


Dr Mrs Vibha Gupta

Abstract:
Mahatma Gandhi’s eradication of social evils from Indian society was as important a task as liberation of India from British colonialism. Gandhiji kept the agenda of ‘constructive work’ always alive even during the peak of his political movements


197-204
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  • महादेवी के काव्य में वेदनापरक अनुभूति


डॉ सरिता

Abstract:
महादेवी के काव्य में वेदनापरक अनुभूति


205-208
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  • QUALITY OF WORK LIFE AS A HR SUB-SYSTEM: A STUDY ON PERCEPTION OF EMPLOYEES


Dr.Sunil Choudhary

Abstract:
The present research on Quality of work life as a HR sub-system: A study on perception of employees is an attempt to identify the factors affecting the Quality of Work Life in the organization along with the perception of the employees regarding the quality of life


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