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  • INDIANS SUFFERING FROM SELECTED GERIATRIC DISORDERS


Dr. Asai Kailas K. & Dr. Asai Kailas K.

Abstract:
Geriatric disorders are old-age related health hazards. Generally, in old-age, people become helpless and even their future generation does not take proper care. Many of veterans face helpless situation and they live self-dependently.


1-16
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  • DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AND CAREER MATURITY IN ADOLESCENTS IN BANGALORE, INDIA


Amtoor Pavana Rao, K. Jayasankara Reddy

Abstract:
Several aspects of career decision making have been studied till date. Psychosocial and cultural variables have been found to influence the level of career maturity. Some psychosocial factors like gender, personality, socio- economic status have been explored in relation to various aspects of career decision making.


17-23
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  • EMPOWERMENT OF TEACHERS IN RELATION TO THEIR WORK MOTIVATION


Dr. Manu Chadha, Gundeep Kaur

Abstract:
The main objective of present study was to find out the relationship between Empowerment and Work Motivation of School and College Teachers.


24-30
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  • PERFORMANCE OF HANDLOOM WEAVERS’ CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES – A STUDY OF WARANGAL DISTRICT


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.


31-50
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  • E- GOVERNANCE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS


Dr. Anuradha Sindhwani

Abstract:
Indian higher education system is passing through a phase of unprecedented expansion in the last few decades, marked by a huge increase in the volume of students, an exponential increase in the number of institutions and a quantum jump in the level of public funding.


51-61
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  • FROM HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION TO RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: A QUEST FOR LEGITIMACY AND LEGALITY


Dr. R. K. Singh, Bhanu Pratap

Abstract:
The Concept of Humanitarian Intervention has received a negative reaction from a majority of the players involved in Conflict Management and War strategies .


62-80
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  • ELECTROL POLITICS AND SOCIO-POLITICAL MOVEMENTS IN ANDHRA PRADESH – A STUDY OF TELANGANA MOVEMENT


Dr. V. Vijaya Kumar

Abstract:
Elections have become a major factor in the stabilization and democratization of emerging democracies and post-conflicting countries. Elections are a tightrope walk between war and peace, stability and instability. There have been a number of success stories in the past decades.


81-98
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  • EFFECT OF WILLIAMS’ COGNITIVE – AFFECTIVE INTERACTION MODEL ON CREATIVITY IN MATHEMATICS


Dr. H. S. Brar & Rachhpal Singh

Abstract:
This study was focused to see the effect of Williams’ Cognitive – Affective Interaction model on creativity in mathematics. This was a true experimental study. The research was carried out in schools in Ludhiana district on a sample of 160 students.


99-106
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  • UNEMPLOYMENT, POVERTY AND CRIME: IMPLICATON FOR BUSINESS ACTIVITIES IN NASARAWA STATE


Emmanuel O. Okon, Ekere J. Daniel and John O. Alabi

Abstract:
This research work examines unemployment, poverty and other social vices effect on business activities in Nasarawa state, Nigeria. Stratified and purposive sampling methods were used in determining the local government areas and towns selected for the study.


107-124
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  • LIVED EXPERIENCES OF PLHIV AT SELECTED ART CENTRES: A SYSTEMIC REVIEW


Poonam Sharma & Dr. (Mrs.) Molly Babu

Abstract:
Nursing personnel being an important member of health care team, play a very significant role in providing direct as well as indirect care to deal with needs of PLHIV at various hospital settings.


125-142
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  • ROLE OF TEACHERS TO TAKE ON THE CHALLENGES OF EMERGING INDIAN SOCIETY


Dr. Md. Nijairul Islam

Abstract:
Since the last decade of the 20th century, the world has been undergoing revolutionary changes in social, economic and political fields. New changes sometimes are giving birth to conflicts and tension in people‟s mind.


143-149
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  • STUDENTS REVOLT: THE ORIGINS OF THE PHENOMENON CALIBRATED TO THE SITUATION OF THE SUDANESE UNIVERSITIES


Dr. Mustafa Shazali Mustafa Ahmed

Abstract:
The paper attempts to provide background information about students revolt as a phenomenon which has its roots to many social sciences disciplines. The paper deals with students violence in the Sudanese universities compared with the original philosophy of the phenomenon when it was firstly introduced by the left-wing to the western universities.


150-161
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  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES WITH REFERENCE TO INDIAN ORGANIZATIONS


Prof. (Dr) Mohammed Quadir Mohiuddin

Abstract:
The transformation of industrial society, globalization of business, and the modernization of methods and techniques which have emerged in a big way brought with it the need for managing a new array of people necessitating the human resource management approach.


162-181
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  • “CHANGING PARADIGM OF GENDER INEQUALITY AND HEALTH IN UTTAR PRADESH: A STUDY OF JAWAN BLOCK (DISTRICT ALIGARH)”


Dr. Mujahid Ali

Abstract:
Women are facing numerous sorts of gender inequalities; health inequality is one of them. The issues regarding gender inequality and health are reverberating since last two decades. Many health issues most importantly breast feeding, Ante Natal Check Ups, Ante Natal Mortality, Post Natal Mortality, Infant Mortality, Maternal Mortality, immunization are drawing the heed of scholars working in different disciplines.


182-198
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  • A STUDY ON IMPACT OF FAMILY SIZE AND FAMILY INCOME ON THE INVESTMENT BEHAVIOUR OF SALARIED INVESTORS


Dr. B. Thulasipriya

Abstract:
India needs very high rate of investments to make a leap forward in efforts of attaining high level of growth. Since the beginning of planning, the emphasis was on investments the primary instruments of economic growth and increase in national income. This study attempts to deliberate the investment pattern of salaried group of people using convenient sampling method.


199-214
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  • UNIVERSITY FACULTIZATION: A COLLABORATIVE STRATEGY FOR GOALS ACHIEVEMENT IN NIGERIA


Dr. J.N.D. Meenyinikor, R.O. Gwegwe JP, C.M. Arisa

Abstract:
This study explains the general acceptability of universities universally as the apex tertiary educational institutions for the award of the highest degree to worthy individuals. Using related literature review, document analysis and personal visits, it discovered that universities are facultized.


215-223
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  • ASSESSMENT OF HOUSING NEEDS FOR WORKERS IN LOKOJA, KOGI STATE.


UGWU LUCY NKEIRUKA (Ph.D)

Abstract:
The study examines the assessment of housing needs for workers in Lokoja area of Kogi State. The data for this study was gathered from housing related literature, field observations, journals, newspapers and through the use of questionnaire, oral interview and personal observation.


224-232
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  • PARENTAL ROLE AS PREDICTOR OF SECONDARY SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS’ INVOLVEMENT IN DEVIANT BEHAVIOURS IN ENUGU STATE


Cordelia, Udemgbo. Udabah, Ph.D.

Abstract:
The main purpose of this study was to ascertain how parental role could predict secondary school adolescents’ involvement in deviant behaviours in Enugu state. Descriptive survey research design. was adopted for the study.


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