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  • A STUDY TO ASSESS THE DIETARY HABITS THAT LEAD TO OBESITY AMONGST ADOLESCENT GIRLS LIVING IN THE HOSTELS OF KOTA


Ms. Anjali Saxena, Dr. Bindu Chaturvedi

Abstract:
Being obese is a major malaise that is afflicting a vast chunk of youngsters living in the up-market localities of urban India. Over the years, obesity has become more of a lifestyle disorder rather than a medical problem and the root of course lies in the uniquely skewed dietary pattern followed by these adolescents.


1-12
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  • GENDER JUSTICE THROUGH COLLECTIVE COMMUNITY ACTION MAHILA PANCHAYATS: A CASE STUDY


Sam Vinay Rao, Dr. Pooja Rana

Abstract:
Women empowerment is an issue that has been, of late, much talked about, debated and discussed. But being a multi-tiered, multidimensional phenomena, there is an inherent problem of definition, especially in the context of a male dominant ethos currently prevalent in our country.


13-25
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  • IDENTIFYING THE FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION IN SUGAR INDUSTRY OF TAPI DISTRICT OF GUJARAT STATE


Sarojrana, Dr. Hemal Pandya

Abstract:
One of the leading challenges in management has been implementing effective human development strategies to enhance organizational performance and accountability. As a result of the emphasis on performance, researchers in human resource management have stressed effective human resources strategies such as job satisfaction, team empowerment, participative management, and strategic planning.


26-40
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  • VARIOUS ISSUES AND MECHANISM OF QUALITY OF WORK LIFE IN AN ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENT


Palki Sharma

Abstract:
Quality of Work Life deals with various aspects of work environment, which facilitates the human resource development efficiently. The term Quality of Work Life may be conceptualized as a subset of the quality of life.


41-47
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  • ODD-EVEN SCHEME ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES


Prof (Dr) Pooja Rana

Abstract:
When the Delhi government implemented a pilot scheme to curb the vehicular pollution and remove the stigma of being the most polluted city of the world off the National Capital of the largest democracy of the world , it saw almost 30 per cent decrease in pollution level in Delhi, as per the data collected by air quality monitoring vans.


48-60
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  • SEASONAL VARIATION OF THE MORBIDITY PROFILE IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN CHANDIGARH


Meenu Kalia, Anupama Dhiman, Ruchi Chaturvedi, N K Goel, Navpreet

Abstract:
Health though it is multidimensional in nature and difficult to measure but can be captured through a range of indicators i.e. mortality and morbidity. Having recognized the crucial importance of disease surveillance, the Government of India launched Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) in November 2004 to detect and respond to disease outbreaks quickly for both communicable and non-communicable diseases.


61-71
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  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF LAMBADA WOMEN IN ITDA AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT – A STUDY


L. Ravinder

Abstract:
Article 46 of the Constitution of India has promised special care for educational and economic interests of STs and protection from social injustice and exploitation. But despite this constitutional promise 29th report of Commission of SC & ST have recorded that STs have become completely helpless on account of criminalization of their social and economic system, denial of rights over resources and non recognition of their Special governing systems.


72-80
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  • SELF MEDICATION PRACTICES AMONG B.SC. NURSING STUDENTS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN ASSAM


Dr.Manas Jyoti Kotoky¹, Dr.Gourangie Gogoi², Dr. (Prof.) Ratna Sarmaᶾ

Abstract:
Self medication is the intake of any type of drug to treat a self diagnosed condition or illness without professional supervision. Improper self medication can lead to various health hazards like adverse drug reactions, dependency and increased pathogenic resistance, to name a few.


81-90
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  • SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND CHANGE AMONG THE GADDI TRIBE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH


Ravinder Kumar

Abstract:
India has the largest tribal population in the world numbering about 66.34 millions which constitute 8.08 per cent of the total population of the country. There are about 573 tribes, sub-divided into different groups. They speak over 105 languages. They are scattered along the length and breadth of the country from the Himalayas to the Indian Ocean and from the Arabian Sea to the Eastern Frontiers.


91-104
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  • THE EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON INDIAN PASTORAL WOMEN AS AN ENTREPRENEUR WITH THEIR SUFFERINGS AND ANTIDOTES


Sai Chandu. Kandati, Thejaswi. Yadala and Munijyothish Kumar. Matam

Abstract:
In the countries like India the women are bonded with their customs and traditions from ancient periods. In this present era financial suffering and change in human psychology has shown its impact on gender equality.


105-119
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  • THE MAKING OF AN OBJECT AS “DISCONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENTS”


Subhashim Goswami

Abstract:
This paper could be located within the question of method in the social sciences. Method or methodology within the distinct field of sociology and anthropology has been deliberated upon to a large extent keeping in mind the question of what constitutes an ethnography.


120-131
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  • WOMEN’S PERCEPTION OF WELFARE AND ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMMES – A STUDY OF NALGONDA DISTRICT


Rajeshwari Annampatla, Prof. Ravinder Kaur

Abstract:
An analysis on women’s status in India indicates that the status of women started declining around approximately 500 BC. In the Vedic period the status of women is equal and it is noted well than men in same times which mean women enjoyed all rights during their entire life time.


132-148
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  • HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA – ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND SUGGESTIONS


Dr. Rajinder Singh

Abstract:
India's higher education system is the world's third largest education system in terms of students, next to China and the United States. Unlike China, however, India has the advantage of English being the primary language of higher education and research. India educates approximately11 per cent of its youth in higher education as compared to 20 per cent in China.


149-159
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  • A TEXTUAL ANALYSIS ON THE CONTENT OF TV COMMERCIALS W.R.T. ADVERTISING APPEALSUSED IN POSITIONING OF PARENT AND SUB BRANDS OF CADBURY’S AND NESTLE CHOCOLATES.


Ms. RamyaK.Prasad

Abstract:
This paper will examine the relevance of advertising appeals used in positioning of Cadbury‘s and NestleChocolates in TV commercials. It will relate to the relevance of the positioning of Parent and its Sub brands.


160-174
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  • A STUDY ON DIFFERENT DIMENSIONS OF TEACHERS’ ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT


Arun Balakrishnan

Abstract:
A teacher spends the majority of the day in class room. The students also spend most of their day time with teachers. Teaching is more than simply standing in front of a class room and lecturing.


175-190
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  • SHARANAS TEACHING AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO MODERN TIMES


Pralhad V Chengte

Abstract:
Sri. Shivasharanas were a great mystic treasurer of Lord‟s love and a social reformers, they were visionary rationalist and a socialist they promoted the cause of the down-trodden they advocated equal rights for women in religious and social walks of life they promoted a new literary style in Kannada known as Vachanas which served as powerful medium to commuicate their revolutionary ideas to common man.


191-209
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  • PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS OF CASSAVA PRODUCTION IN CROSS-RIVER STATE, NIGERIA


Enimu, S., Edet, G. O. and Ofem, U. I.

Abstract:
The study examined the profitability of cassava production in Cross River State, Nigeria. A multistage random sampling technique was used to select two hundred and seventy (270) cassava producers.


210-224
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  • THE MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS


Gurpreet Kaur

Abstract:
This paper presents a bibliometric analysis of the journal “The Management Accountant” for the period between 2011 to 2015. The analysis covers the various aspects such as year wise distribution of article, authorship patterns, Distribution of articles (issue wise), year wise authorship patterns , length of article, citation patterns etc . All studies points towards the merits and weakness of the journal which will be helpful for its further development.


225-233
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  • Visuals aesthetics enhance brand recall- A study on TV Advertisements of Chocolates among youth.


Ms. RamyaK.Prasad

Abstract:
This paper set out to examine the impact of visual aesthetics in television advertising with specific reference to parent and sub brands of chocolates. With the outcome of previous research studies undertaken by the researcher on the popular medium for advertising among the youth, Television medium proved have a great impact.


234-251
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  • E–HRM: A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY ENGINE FOR ORGANISATION TRIUMPH


Dr. Mahima Rai, Shivangani Rathore

Abstract:
Globalisation and technological amelioration in the 21st century has accelerated the concept of electronic management. In this fast changing era, in order to cope with the environmental modifications, the term personnel management was revamped and termed as ‘Human Resource Management’.


252-266
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  • UNTYING THE KNOT OF BHULIA COMMUNITY: THE ARCHITECTS OF SAMBALPURI TEXTILE


Bandana Meher, Shreyasi Bhattacharya

Abstract:
The western part of Odisha is famous throughout the world due to the richness in its textile. Such textile,is popularly known as „Sambalpuri Textile‟ and is named after its place of origin „Sambalpur‟ .Bhulia, Kustha and Ganda are the three major castes in Odisha who are found to be involved in this weaving business.


267-279
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  • COMMUNAL HARMONY – THE GREATEST CHALLENGE FOR INDIA


Ramesh Kumar

Abstract:
India, being a pluralistic society with, different religious groups started identifying themselves, and pressing their cases for a better place in the society. It is challenging for people of India to assess them again.


280-296
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  • HARNESSING THE POTENTIALS OF TEACHERS’ REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA IN PROFESSIONALIZATION OF TEACHING: A CONSIDERATION OF THE ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS


Aneke, Marcellinus N. Nnabuike E.K Otegbulu R.I

Abstract:
It has been severally contented whether teaching is a profession. Goings on in that sector raises a lot of doubts. Nevertheless, the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria was established through Act. No 31 of 1993 to regulate and control the teaching profession.


297-303
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  • AN EVALUATION OF THE ANTHROPOGENIC FACTORS OF SOIL EROSION PROBLEMS IN NEKEDE IMO STATE


CHUKWU, Kevin Ejike (Ph.D).

Abstract:
This research seeks to examine the following topic “an evaluation of the anthropogenic features that lead to soil erosion problems in nekede imo state”.


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