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  • A STUDY OF PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS ON AFFORDABILITY, FINANCING AND PRIVATIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


Dr. Tania Gupta

Abstract:
Globalization has brought immense opportunities in the field of education but on the other hand it is felt that the benefits of education flow to them who can pay for it. Has higher education in India become a commodity, and if at all it has, then how far are the stakeholders willing to accept it as something that can be bought or sold at a price which may not necessarily be affordable to many? Students are central to the teaching- learning process.


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  • “TYPE OF e-RESOURCES MOST VISITED (INFORMATION) WITH RESPECT TO RESEARCH SCHOLARS”


Dr. Vasanthpriyadharsan G.M.

Abstract:
Information and communication technology (ICT) is one of the important buzzwords of today’s world. It has changed the society into information society. In modern days, the electronic resources are becoming more and more important.


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  • GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ON SOCIAL SECURITY


Miss Sidra Mehboob & Romana Asmat

Abstract:
Social security systems in many parts of the world have been under challenge. Some consider that the systems are too expensive, and that they harm the process of economic growth and development.


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  • NEED FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION STRATEGY TO IMPROVE IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE AMONGST CHILDREN IN INDIA


Dr. Hema Gogia, Prof (Dr.) Madhulekha Bhattacharya, Saurabh Singh

Abstract:
Full immunization coverage in India has not surpassed 65% despite all efforts. The progress of immunization coverage reaching left outs and drop outs remains a major challenge.


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  • EXPLORING THE SCOPE OF CSR FOR SUSTAINABLE SMART CITIES IN INDIA


Debanjana Chatterjee

Abstract:
Urban India is on the verge of revolutionizing when the Government of India has initiated the ‘Smart City Mission’ to build 100 Smart Cities within 5 years which is undoubtedly very promising but at the same time is incredibly ambitious in terms of financial requirements.


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  • A STUDY OF CAREER PREFERENCES AMONG ADOLESCENTS OF LUDHIANA DISTRICT


Jatinder Kaur

Abstract:
The aim of present study is to see the career preferences among adolescents of rural as well as urban areas of Ludhiana district. For this purpose 300 adolescents were selected randomly from Ludhiana district.


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  • VARIOUS FACTORS AFFECTING PUPILS’ ATTRACTIVENESS TO CHOOSE THE TAY DO UNIVERSITY IN CAN THO CITY


Tran Thi Kieu Trang and Tran Kieu Nga

Abstract:
In Vietnam, the quality of education has become a hot issue and Tay Do University also; however when discussing the quality of the education, the first difficulty is the difference in the understandings of education quality. The quality of education most commonly understood as


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  • NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS: HOW KNOWLEDGE INFLUENCES PRACTICES AMONGST HEALTHCARE WORKERS


Dr. Hema Gogia, Prof. (Dr.) Jayanta K. Das, Saurabh Singh

Abstract:
Nosocomial infections are a major global safety concern for both patients and healthcare professionals. Despite progress in public health and hospital care, and despite numerous studies conducted worldwide on this issue, nosocomial infections still remain a major challenge.


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  • STRENGTHENING PEOPLES’ PARTICIPATION AT THE LOCAL AUTHORITY LEVEL IN SRI LANKA


Dr. T. Krishnamohan

Abstract:
Although there is provision in the local authority ordinance to facilitate peoples' participation, this provision has not been used meaningfully in the past. There are expected to set up at local authorities exploring possibilities for people to involve in local level decision making.


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  • STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIA: SOCIO-LEGAL PERSPECTIVES


Umme Habiba

Abstract:
The expression „status‟ represents position of persons in a social system, which is distinguishable from that of others in terms of rights and obligations. The scales of equality are out of balance.


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  • A MODEL FOR EFFECTIVE TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN INDIAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES


Dr. M. Maya

Abstract:
“Organizations that don’t measure and benchmark their Talent Management strategies have a far less solid basis for judging the overall effectiveness and success of those strategies than those who do,” states Tony Marzulli, Vice President, Product Management, ADP Talent Management Solutions, U.S. India contributes more for multinational Information Technology Companies with a comparatively young population and a highly educated workforce.


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  • IMPACT OF CHILD AND WOMEN SPECIFIC PROGRAMMES IN THE RURAL AREA OF ASHTANGOO ,DISTRICT BANDIPORA,J&K;WHERE WE LACK?


Akhlaq Hussain Bhat

Abstract:
Development of women and children is key to India's socio –economic transformation and for that purpose the Government of India has started a number of schemes aimed at overall development of women and children in our society who form a major portion of population .


128-136
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  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND OF INDIVIDUAL WEAVERS OF HAND LOOM WEAVERS’ CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN WARANGAL


Dr. B. Sadanandam

Abstract:
The Handloom Sector occupies a distinct and unique place in the Indian economy, besides being the largest generator of non-form rural employment. The available statistics indicate that there is still an immense scope for expansion.


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  • A Brif Study of Migrant Labour In India


Surinder Singh

Abstract:
In a developing country like India with exploding population, increasing urbanization rate & regional disparities in development, the availability of adequate housing has been of great concern in the past few decades. Various housing policies, schemes & programmes were formulated in the past, but these policies & programmes never addressed housing issues of floating population who has a short period of stay at their destination, which worsened their situation creating unhygienic living conditions.


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  • औपनिवशिक भारत में मुस्लिम सम्प्रदायिका का प्रादुर्भाव : ताराचंद के इतिहास लेखन का एक अध्ययन


गीता देवी

Abstract:
औपनिवशिक भारत में मुस्लिम सम्प्रदायिका का प्रादुर्भाव : ताराचंद के इतिहास लेखन का एक अध्ययन


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  • EXPLORING KARL MARX CONFLICT THEORY


Dr. M.P Baligar

Abstract:
Marx has been described as one of the most influential figures in human history, and in a 1999 BBC poll was voted the "thinker of the millennium" by people from around the world.


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  • AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON COLLABORATIVE LEARNING


Dr. SONAM BANSAL

Abstract:
This article provides an analysis of how collaborative learning has developed in terms of practice, discourse, and social relationship across historical stages.


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  • Skill Development in India


Rajni Arora

Abstract:
Knowledge, skill and technology of youth population is essential to make any country internationally competitive and to boost its economic growth in this globalization era. India is one of the youngest nation in the world with more than 62% of people in working age group (15--59) represent a large demographic dividend which is the base of assessment for skill capacity. In recent years,


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