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  • CYBER INTERVENTIONS IN MANAGEMENT OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER -BPD


Dr. Padmakali Banerjee, Dr. Amita Puri & Er. Astha

Abstract:
The term borderline personality is highly evocative, suggesting someone living life on the edge. In reality, borderline personalities are characterized more by volatility than by risk. Emotional dysregulation and impulsivity are at the disorder's core. Sufferers swing from happiness to despair to fury, often in minutes, and each feeling is vastly disproportionate to its trigger.


1-8
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  • A STUDY OF CHILD LABOURERS AND THEIR KNOWLEDGE REGARDING CHILD ABUSE


Shalini Yadav, Dr. Manushi Srivastava, Avadhesh Kumar & Dr. Mona Srivastava

Abstract:
Child abuse is a state of emotional, physical, economic and sexual maltreatment meted out to a person below the age of eighteen and is a globally prevalent phenomenon. Child Abuse violates the most basic rights of children and adolescents, which are enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.


9-18
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  • BUDDHIST NOTION OF FOOD AND ITS IMPLICATION WITH HYGIENE


Wimal Hewamanage

Abstract:
Food, which maintains a healthy life, is one of the basic requirements of all living beings. Though the Buddhist vision is to make sure a healthy mind in the healthy body it is not systematic health science in the modern sense.


19-28
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  • REVITALIZING TEACHER EDUCATION WITH TECHNOLOGY: FROM A PARADIGM TO ATTITUDINAL SHIFT


Dr. Giselle D’souza

Abstract:
We live in a technology-driven age. Information is made available at the click of a button. The quality of a nation has come to be indicated by the extent of its technological advancement. However, education as a discipline remains laid-back and ill-equipped to meet the challenges of the new Digi-age.


29-39
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  • EFFECT OF VARIOUS SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND AWARENESS AMONG RURAL WOMEN REGARDING NUTRITIONAL ANEMIA


Kiran Arya

Abstract:
Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide. It can cause reduced work capacity in women and impair motor and mental development in children and adolescents.


40-47
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  • GENDER BASED UTILIZATION OF MGNREGS GENERATED COMMON PROPERTY RESOURCES: A NOTE FROM THE FIELD


Sarmistha Saha

Abstract:
Rural livelihood and common property resources (CPRs) are interrelated and the degree of utilization of CPRs varies as per social and cultural context. This again creates a complex web when it comes to the point of gendered discussion.


48-53
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  • GLASS CEILING EFFECT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN


Manpreet Ola

Abstract:
Women workers in organizations are increasing at a rapid rate, despite of all this women still experience large disparities in salary, promotion and prestige. These inseparable barriers, that often keeps women down are referred to as the glass ceiling.


54-58
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  • A CRITICAL EXPLORATION OF SCHOOL EDUCATION POLICY, USING FOUCAULTIAN GENEALOGY AND DISCOURSE ANALYSIS, WITH REGARDS TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE STUDENT AS A PARTICULAR FORM OF SUBJECTIVITY IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS IN TAMILNADU’, INDIA


Lydia Harrell

Abstract:
The research aims to critically analyse the discourses that are evident in the state run schools in TamilNadu, India which affect the construction of student subjectivities, through the use of Foucaultian genealogy and discourse analysis.


59-87
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  • INTEGRATING TRADITIONAL SPIRITUAL HEALING IN CYBER COUNSELING CONSULTATIONS


Prof Padmakali Banerjee, Dr. Amita Puri & Er. Astha

Abstract:
The value of spirituality in healing is a time-honored concept. There has been a recent surge in interest in the eastern philosophies for mental health care. For instance, successful amalgamation of Zen’s principles with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in the form of dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), as well as the psychotherapeutic application of mindfulness is on the rise.


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  • EDUCATIONAL REFORMS IN INDIA: AN OUTLOOK


Dr. Rupinder Singh

Abstract:
India’s education system, as one of the world’s largest, has been studied and reflected on through academic papers, used as a case study and been the subject of many renowned books. This report does not set out to significantly change the way the Indian system is seen.


101-110
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  • WORK LIFE BALANCE AMONG NURSES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY AMONG NURSES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR HOSPITALS


Dr. Aman Khera & Dr. Kalpana Sharma

Abstract:
The study aims at exploring the levels of Work-life balance amongst the nurses working in public and private sectors in North Indian region based on the results of t-tests, ANOVA, Correlation and percentage analysis.


111-124
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  • SUBJECTIVE WELL BEING AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR: A STUDY OF SELECT BANKS


Dr. Aman Khera

Abstract:
India being among the most populated countries the Human Capital will play an imperative role in the growth of Indian Economy. With emergence of new technology the work environment is changing at a rapid pace.


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  • CHANGE STRATEGIES


Associate Prof. Necmi Esgi

Abstract:
In this paper, Five of changing strategies are discussed. Each of them has own perspective to manage the change, the first one is Lewin’s three step approach (1951), the second is The classical hybrid com study by Ryan and Gross (1943), the third is The adoption model by E. Rogers (1962), the fourth is Industrial setting model by Blake and Mouton ( 1982), and the last one is another industrial change model by Donald Kirkpatrick ( 1985).


148-158
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  • WOMEN’S POLITICAL PATICIPATION IN INDIA – AN ANALYSIS


S. Spandana

Abstract:
In current generation of the participation and administrative state, many writers have voiced their difficulty over the hassle of responsiveness of the executive state to the norms of democratic methods.


159-167
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  • UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: THE NIGERIAN REINVENTION – AFROJUGATION


AKINYETUN, Tope Shola

Abstract:
With abundance human and natural resources, Nigeria is expected to have transcended the category of underdeveloped nations. With the potential to be an African Tiger, Nigeria is yet to attain feats commensurate with its strengths.


168-194
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  • INTERNET INFORMATION FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AMONG PUNJABI STUDENTS; A CASE STUDY OF MALERKOTLA


Shahid Ramzan and Mohammad Irfan

Abstract:
This paper has also tried to explore broadly the importance of Internet with regard to access of information sources and its utilities for library patrons in academic organizations and institutions.


195-209
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  • SUICIDAL DEATHS IN MAHARASHTRA


Dr. Simranjeet Singh Bains

Abstract:
Suicide implies an act of intentionally causing one’s own deathAmong the various states in India, highest total number of suicidal deaths is in Maharashtra to the extent of 153104, during the period of ten years (2004-2013).


210-218
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  • MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY OF BT COTTON GROWERS IN BELAGAVI DISTRICT


Rahul Pawar, V. L. Madhu Prasad & S.V. Suresha

Abstract:
The present study was conducted in two taluks of Belagavi District in Karnataka state during 2014-15 to know the Management Efficiency of Bt cotton growers. A total of 120 Bt cotton growers were selected by using simple random technique from six villages of two taluks.


219-233
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  • THE ROLE OF NIGERIA’S FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF HOST COMMUNITIES: AN EVALUATION


Omeire, Charles Obioma Ph.D

Abstract:
This study sought to evaluate the role of Nigeria’s federal universities on the economic development of their host communities. The study employed the descriptive survey research design on a sample size of 277, selected through simple random sampling from six host communities.


234-243
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  • PANCHAYAT RAJ INSTITUTIONS AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT -ANANALYSIS


M. Janaki

Abstract:
In current era of the participation and administrative country many writers have voiced their challenge over the problem of responsiveness of the administrative nation to the norms of democratic processes.


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  • AN ANALYSIS OF REVENUE RECEIPTS OF HARYANA STATE


Dr. Manju Dalal

Abstract:
In this present study, due to continuously deterioration of fiscal key indicators of Haryana State, an attempt is made to examine the Revenue Receipts of the Haryana State government and to find out the areas, where there is further scope for the State to rise its revenue receipts, from 2005-06 to 2014-15 by using secondary data.


251-265
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  • APPLICATION OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF HOOGHLY DISTRICT IN WEST BENGAL


Dr. Saugata Basu, and Dr. Debabrata Debnath

Abstract:
Educational technology is a science of techniques and methods by which educational goals can be realised. Educational technology has two aspects i.e., hardware and software. Hardware technology is based on the principles of engineering and software technology is based on the principles of social sciences.


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  • REAL SPACES FOR TOURIST IMAGINATION: THE CASE OF SALY, SENEGAL


Lin Fan

Abstract:
The following study deals with the transposition of Foucault’s concept of “heterotopia” to a holiday resort in Senegal, Saly, visited in December and January 2000. It will be first shown that this place is bound to be a perfect example of heterotopia, since it remains most of the time in concordance with all the elements of the definition of the concept, and as a result satisfies most of its aspects.


278-287
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  • A STUDY OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR AND CREATIVE ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRIES IN TAMIL NADU


Dr. D. Suresh,

Abstract:
Technology is growing exponentially, and there is no time to waste for organizations in designing and implementing a creative climate strategy. This study was conducted to explore the relationship between organizational citizenship behaviors (OCB) and organizational climates that promote creativity.


288-315
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  • INFLUENCE OF PATRONAGE ON CAREER DEVELOPMENT AMONG ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES: A CASE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ELDORET, KENYA


Anyira F. A., Susan Katinda Lewa & Musa Chepkurui

Abstract:
Lack of career advancement in most institutions of higher learning is an area of great interest and concern. Therefore, the purpose of the study was to examine the influence of patronage on career development among administrative staff in public universities. A case study research design was adopted for the study.


316-325
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  • EMPLOYEES PERCEPTION AND MOTIVATION OF LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION - A STUDY OF WARANGAL DISTRICT


Dr. P. Yaka Swamy & Malathi. B

Abstract:
The world has been witnessing an enormous change. The concepts like ‘growth’ or ‘development’ and advancement are taking place due to Globalization. Therefore, the organisations or companies are in search of new vistas to improve, motivate and to unravel the innate talents and potentialities of the employees of their respective sectors by which they can retain the best work force.


326-339
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  • EMPLOYEE RETENTION – A STRATEGIC TOOL TO CURTAIL ATTRITION


Dr. E. Jalaja

Abstract:
Attrition is a serious issue for any organization, especially for the IT & ITES industries which are fast growing industries and are completely dependent on the skilled employees.


340-346
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  • WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES FACED BY COMPANIES IN OBTAINING FINANCE? : A SURVEY OF MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN GUJARAT


Dr. Nilam Panchal

Abstract:
Small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) have been recognized as a backbone of country’s development. It is, thus, important to understand what contributes to their success as well as the difficulties they face.


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