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  • TEACHER TRAINING THROUGH GENDER LENS: TOWARDS GENDER SENSITIVE PEDAGOGICAL DISCOURSES


Dr. Ritu Bakshi

Abstract:
The National Policy on Education, which strengthens education progress and development, is measured as a burst through to address gender issues. The national policy chapter entitled Education for Women‟s Equality states: “The National Education System will play a positive, dominant role in the empowerment and strengthening of women.


1-9
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  • SPORTS NUTRITION AWARENESS AMONG INSTRUCTORS OF FITNES CENTRES IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA


Abera Dessalegne, Prof. Paramvir Singh

Abstract:
People from every corner of the world face up with a number of serious health and social issues such as obesity, diabetes, depression and cancer caused due to physical inactivity and diets. Most non-communicable diseases (NCDs) according to the report by WHO (2011a), are strongly associated and causally linked with particular behaviors of tobacco use, physical inactivity, unhealthy diet and the harmful use of alcohol.


10-22
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  • NAGA NATIONAL MOVEMENT AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON DEVELOPMENT: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY OF NAGALAND


D Caroline Patton

Abstract:
Nagaland is a state grappling with issues of national movement led by several factions and many other developmental challenges. Today there are at least five factions claiming to fight for the same goal of independence.


23-38
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  • SCHEDULED CASTES AND THE ATROCITIES AMENDMENT ACT, 2015: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS


Dr. Neelam, Dr. Deepti Kohli

Abstract:
Recently, an upper caste teacher murdered a dalit man for touching the flour during Navratri and rendered it impure. In another incident seven members of a Dalit family were allegedly beaten up for skinning a dead cow in Gir Somnath district, Una. And, a Dalit student of premier university hanged himself in a friend’s hostel room alleging discrimination.


39-54
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  • A STUDY OF REASON OF ABSENTEEISM OF STUDENT AT HIGHER EDUCATION LEVEL


Dr. Babita Singh, Dr. Reena Singh

Abstract:
Student absenteeism is a major concern for elementary and secondary school educators today. It has become a complex, educational, political and social problem that is generating increase in interest among educators, researchers and policy makers.


55-65
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  • TREND AND CHALLENGES OF DAM CONSTRUCTION – A STRATEGIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT


Dr. Surajit Let

Abstract:
River engineering is now important tool for so call development in our technocratic civilization. The World Commission on Dam (WCD) was born from the debate of the impacts of dam on local people and environment.


66-80
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  • THE CONTRIBUTION OF RAPID IN MAKING WOMEN SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF NGO AT DHARWAD


Dr. Veena c Angadi

Abstract:
It is said in Manu Samhita (Chapter II, Para 145) Upadhyaayan-dasacaryaacarryanamsatam pita; Sahasramtupitrnmatagauraveratiricyate, which means that - “A Guru who teaches Veda is 10 times superior to an ordinary teacher and the father is 100 times more than a teacher, but the Mother is 1000 times more superior to the father.”


81-94
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  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION AND PERSON JOB FIT IN BUDGET HOTELS OF KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL- INDIA


Dr. Pralay Ganguly

Abstract:
Organizations allocate substantial resources to establishing and maintaining a "good fit" between individuals and their jobs because they assume that certain individuals are better suited to perform some jobs than the rest. Proper job fit of a person in the organization ensures the satisfaction of employees working in the organization.


95-113
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  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE TRIBAL BENEFICIARIES OF ITDA AREA – A MICRO LEVEL STUDY


E. Ratnakar

Abstract:
The society and economy of the tribes one relatively subsistent made in their existence. Differential levels of the transitional growth are found among many tribes of India.


114-131
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  • A STUDY ON STRESS AND ITS CONSQUENCES AMONG WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN SELECT GARMENT COMAPNIES – WITH REFERENCE TO GARMENT INDUSTRY IN CHENNAI CITY


Dr. BVenkateswara Prasad, K. S Usman Mohideen

Abstract:
In the competitive world of globalization stress is unavoidable among employees and Garment industry is no exception to this. Stress not only affect mental and physical health of employees but also affects the growth of organization.


132-143
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  • PREVALENCE OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AMONG LOW PAID WORKERS OF HIMACHAL PRADESH AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY, PALAMPUR


Promila Kanwar, Shalini Asrani

Abstract:
Media is an important part of our life now as it connects us with the scenarios in the world and informs us many things happening around us. No sections of society covering males, females; young and elderly; rich and poor; educated and illiterate has remained untouched from its influence.


144-160
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  • STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT AMONG P.S.E.B AND C.B.S.E SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO THEIR TEACHING EXPERIENCE


Dr. (Mrs.) Vijay Laxmi, Mrs. Puneet Kaur

Abstract:
In the present study an attempt has been made to study professional commitment among PSEB and CBSE secondary school teachers. Data was collected randomly from six different schools (3 PSEB and 3 CBSE secondary schools) by using Professional commitment scale by Dr. Ravinder Kaur, Dr. Sarabjit Kaur Ranu and Dr Sarvjit Kaur Brar (2011).


161-176
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  • CONTEMPORARY PAPER ON THE MENTAL HEALTH AND INFLUENCE OF HOME ENVIRONMENT OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS


Dr. V. Subathra, Vincy Abraham Msw

Abstract:
Well-being is a positive outcome that is meaningful for people and for many sectors of society, because it tells us that people perceive that their lives are going well. Good living conditions like food, housing, employment are fundamental to well-being.


177-184
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  • Hindi Article


Shivpal singh yadav, Ruchi shrivastav, Dr, Rajender prsad

Abstract:
Hindi Article


185-193
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  • SINGLE MOTHERS AND SOCIAL MEDIA USES – TRENDS AND BEHAVIOR


Dr. Iris Gertner Moryossef

Abstract:
Social networking sites (SNSs) have become an increasingly common aspect of daily life. As of August 2012, 69% of online American adults used SNSs; Facebook was the most popular, used by 66%, followed by LinkedIn (Brenner, 2012).


194-206
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  • IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT ON INNOVATIVE HR PRACTICES WITH REFERENCE TO BSNL, HYD TELECOM DIST


P. Lova Kumar, Dr. V. Tulasi Das

Abstract:
In the today's business world, human resource (HR) is an indispensable input for organizational effectiveness. Hence, an effective administration of human resources has an important function to play in the performance and success of companies.


206-217
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  • MARINE POLLUTION CONTINGENCY PREPAREDNESS FOR SHIPS: A PRACTICAL STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIAN LEGAL SYSTEM


Dr. Binu Mole. K

Abstract:
The occurrence of marine pollution incidents involving ships poses environmental pollution damage to waters of coastal states and may also pose a potential hazard to the safety of navigation, contamination of amenities like ports, terminals, beaches etc. The adventurous character of maritime transport presupposes the chance for occurrence of maritime accidents and the impossibility to avoid them completely.


218-226
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  • TAMIL SATELLITE TELEVISION AS MEDIATOR IN PRESERVING TAMIL LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL IDENTITY FOR TAMIL DIASPORA


Dr. C. Suresh Kumar

Abstract:
For centuries Indians have been moving out to other countries seeking better job opportunities. Among them, some come back after a short period of time and some of them make themselves permanent settlers in their respective countries along with their family members.


227-234
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  • PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN OPTCL: AN IMPERICAL STUDY


Sonam Subhadarshini

Abstract:
Organization today is continuously facing external and internal forces that drive them to change to be competitive in the world market. Rapid changes in technology, information system and stiff competition due to new arrivals are the challenges for organization to be fought for survival and growth.


235-250
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  • A CAUSAL MODEL OF LINKAGES AMONG CONTROL HR STRATEGY, EMPLOYEE JOB PERFORMANCE, ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS, AND FIRM PERFORMANCE


Kiowi, Lucy Odo, K’Obonyo, Peter. Owoko

Abstract:
This study investigated the effect of control Human Resource (HR) strategy, employee job performance and organizational factors on organizational performance.


251-277
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  • महिला सशक्तिकरण: दशा और दिशा


डॉ लाखा राम चौधरी

Abstract:
हिंदी शोध पत्र


278-285
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  • नाट्यधर्मी व लोकधर्मी नाट्यो का प्रारम्भ


डॉक्टर सरस्वती चतुर्वेदी

Abstract:
नाट्यधर्मी व लोकधर्मी नाट्यो का प्रारम्भ?


286-289
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  • MAJOR PROBLEMS AND ISSUES OF TEACHER EDUCATION


Dr Manju Dhingra

Abstract:
On teacher education a deep study conducted on problems and Issues. During study it found that major issues are working of teacher education institutions, erosion of value, structure of teacher Program, realization of constitutional goals, developing creativity, developing life skills, social issues and development of Science and technology.


290-297
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  • ATTITUDES OF ORPHANS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN HAMISI SUB-COUNTY, KENYA.


Gladys Njeri Mbugua, Moses W. Poipoi

Abstract:
Academic performance has become a measure of success in any institution of learning.


298-311
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