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  • A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE ATTITUDE AMONG THE ANTENATAL MOTHERS REGARDING JANANI SURAKSHA YOJANA IN A SELECTED HOSPITAL OF BHOPAL, MADHYA PRADESH


Abha Narwal, Geeta Bhardwaj, Jaipal Singh and Muzaffar A Makrani

Abstract:
India contributes around 20 percent of global births. Each year in India, roughly 30 million women experience pregnancy and 27 million have a live birth. Of these, an estimated 1, 36,000 maternal deaths and one million new born deaths occur each year, thus pregnancy-related mortality and morbidity continues to take a huge toll on the lives of Indian women and their new born.


1-11
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  • CHARACTER STRENGTHS OF THE LEADER AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PHASES


Dolly Jose, Dr. Padmakumari. P

Abstract:
Today leaders are being forced to deal with extreme challenges inside and outside the communities. Community indicates a group consisting of persons who share some values and have some common standards of behaviour (eg. religious community). All groups exist with a particular tasks or mission, and groups go through different phases like inclusion, confrontation and collaboration in its developmental process.


12-23
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  • FLAWED COMMUNICATION AND A TOP-DOWN APPROACH HAVE HAMPERED THE DEVELOPMENT MODEL IN LUCKNOW


Prof Chander Mahadev & Asstt. Prof Areena Z. Mirza

Abstract:
The total absence of two-way communication, a top-down approach and sheer tokenism indulged in by policy makers and implementers for over one-and-a-half decades have stymied the development of Lucknow slums.


24-38
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  • GENDER AND AGE DIFFERENCES IN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AMONG YOGA PRACTITIONERS


Nirmala Raghavan & Dr. S. Panboli

Abstract:
The concept of emotional intelligence or emotional quotient is increasingly being recognized as a key determinant to the professional and personal success in one’s life. The current study aims to assess the influence of gender and age on the level of emotional intelligence among the Yoga practitioners in Chennai city.


39-47
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  • HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT


K. Sri Ranga Lakshmi, Prof B.Subba Rao

Abstract:
Human capital management plays an important role in increasing the Efficiency of employees. Individuals are in a position to contribute more towards the system, eventually increasing the overall productivity of the organization. No day, the role of HR has become a much more complex and dynamic one for many businesses.


47-54
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  • EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS RUNNING, FARTLEK AND INTERVAL TRAINING ON SELECTED PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLE OF MALE FOOTBALL PLAYERS


Dr.Sudhakara Babu Mande

Abstract:
The present study was undertaken to analyze the study was to find out the Effect of Continuous running, Fartlek and Interval training on selected Physiological variable(Vital capacity) of male football players.


48-56
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  • TORTS IN INDIAN JURISPRUDENCE – AN ENDLESS AND INSOLVABLE DILEMMA


R. Manicka Vinayagam

Abstract:
The Law of Torts, the name as a discipline which may be distinct and familiar for law students in Legal Academic curriculum but, for Legal Practitioners, it remains forever the silent player in legal practice but a giant remedy provider in the administration of civil justice. This is the background for the necessity of making of this Article titled, “Torts in Indian Jurisprudence – An endless and insolvable dilemma”.


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  • THE ROLE OF ISLAM IN UNDIVIDED BENGAL


Dr. Chandrabali Das

Abstract:
When Bengal stood as one undivided and integrated entity, Islam played quite a unique role. Now, the question is – What is the need of highlighting the role of Islam in undivided Bengal? Will it help us in any way to trace the causes or the consequences of rising Islamic militancy in present day Bangladesh? Now, in reply it can be said that, yes, by analysing the role of Islam in undivided Bengal, it will become easier for us to analyse and understand the gradual process of Islamisation of Bangladesh.


68-87
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  • PARENTAL EXPERIENCE OF LIVING WITH A TYPE 1 DIABETIC ADOLESCENT


Sai Kirthi Kamath, Dr. Baiju Gopal, Dr. T Kamala

Abstract:
There are several chronic childhood medical disorders amongst which Juvenile Diabetes is becoming the commonest of them all. In this condition the body’s Pancreatic Beta Cells are unable to produce Insulin that is needed to absorb Sugars into the cells of an individual.


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  • SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC AND RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH CHILDHOOD DELINQUENCY


Dr. Hema Gogia, Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Gupta, Saurabh Singh

Abstract:
In India, juveniles accused of crime are kept in child observation homes until further steps are taken either to send them to a juvenile home or back to their families, as required by the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act.


104-112
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  • EFFECT OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT


Dr. Rishikesh Mishra

Abstract:
Recently only those people can survive who are versatile. Multiple intelligence is one of the key to be versatile. The study reveals the relationship between multiple intelligence and academic achievement.


113-119
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  • “A CONTEMPORARY APPROACH FOR CONSTRUCTING COMPUTER NETWORK IN LIBRARY SYSTEM”


Prof. Shilpa Shantaram Pawar

Abstract:
This article describes how to build a network. Which covers all the requirements for the crating of the network i.e. hardware, software, network hardware, network software, human resources, network securities etc.


120-128
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  • INVESTIGATION OF SOCIO-CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IN CAMPUSES OF CENTRALLY FUNDED TECHNICAL INSTITUTES IN INDIA


Pushpal Gupta, Dr.Smita.H.Khan

Abstract:
Institutes of higher learning shapes generations for society to develop. Their Role in contributing to better civilization is topmost, as individual who is a future citizen is being trained for it.


129-161
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  • THE CONTRIBUTION OF SUPERVISION TO TEACHER’S INSTRUCTIONAL IMPROVEMENT IN THE TVET COLLEGES OF OROMIA REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIA


Mr. Chanyalew Woldegebriel, Prof. R. Ranghanatan

Abstract:
Cluster TVET level or school level supervision is common in Ethiopian educational institutions. This supervisory team was responsible to perform different functions. However, the authors focus was to investigate the status of cluster level supervisory practices to bring about teachers instructional improvement.


162-177
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  • ETHICAL INTEGRITY OF RESEARCH WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON HIV/AIDS


Sadhna Jain

Abstract:
Research into human behavior is most challenging. Research can have disastrous impact on human beings if their rights as ‘subjects/research participants’ are not protected. Certain groups are more vulnerable to all sorts of harms because of their immaturity and inability to fully understand what their participation in research will mean.


178-185
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  • “PURPOSE OF USING THE e-RESOURCES WITH RESPECT TO RESEARCH SCHOLARS”


Dr. Vasanthpriyadharsan G.M.

Abstract:
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has been have an essential tool in researchers’ academic and research development. Especially, the research scholars use and apply internet based e-resources (electronic resources) for their research development.


186-199
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  • REVIVAL OF SICK UNITS AND THE NEW COMPANIES ACT


Dr. Neelam

Abstract:
The Companies Act, 2013 is enacted to replace the Companies Act, 1956. The Companies Act, 1956 was not in tune with emerging present needs and globalization. Therefore, there was a strong need to replace it.


200-213
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  • PRIORITIZING MANAGERIAL SKILLS BASED ON KATZ’S THEORY OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS


Papari Nayak

Abstract:
Entrepreneurship is a platform where women get the freedom to think independently and make their own decision. Entrepreneurship helps women to get empowered by providing them freedom and opportunities.


214-222
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  • STATUS OF GIRL CHILD AND FEMALE FOETICIDE IN DEVBHUMI HIMACHAL PRADESH


Shashi Punam

Abstract:
Human development is not complete without gender equality, and attention to women’s entitlements. Even, human society is composed of both males and females. Both are of equal importance and are needed for the perpetuation of the society.


223-236
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  • हरियाणा में असहयोग आंदोलन


Suman Rani

Abstract:
हरियाणा में असहयोग आंदोलन


237-243
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  • BABA BANDA SINGH BAHADUR: A GREAT SIKH WARRIOR ACTITIVIES IN HARYANA


VINOD KUMAR

Abstract:
Banda inspired the common masses of Punjab to resis the tyranny and live and die like a freedom fighter.Although his rule was short-lived and he met with a tragic end yet he occupies a high place in the history of Punjab. He lit the flame of inspiration for Independence and self rule in them. Making an estimate of his achievements G. C. Narang remarks that "Guru Gobind Singh had diverted the attention of his followers from plough to the sword. He had sown the seeds, Banda reaped the harvest. The Guru had destroyed the awe inspired by the Mughal despotism. Banda completely broke the charm of its invincibility.


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  • A STUDY OF E.M.HEMINGWAYS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO A FAREWELL TO ARMS


Manoj Kumar Grover

Abstract:
Ernest Miller Hemingway was born in Oak Park, a small town in Illinois, just Outside Chicago, on 21 July 1899, and died by suicide in Ketchum, Idaho, in 1961. His father was a well known physician and passionate amateur sportsman. His mother had talent both in music and painting; both of his parents were intensely religious. He was the second of six children.


252-258
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  • PORTRAYAL OF FICTION AND SCIENCE IN ZADIE SMITH’S WHITE TEETH


Parvaiz Ahmad Bhat

Abstract:
Zadie Smith is regarded as one of the prominent writers of Britain. White Teeth is her first novel. The novel was published in 2000.


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