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  • ACCESS TO HUMAN GENETIC INFORMATION: APPREHENSIONS AND CHALLENGES


Dr Vani Kesari A

Abstract:
The scientific community around the globe hail the application of molecular genetics in the field of biomedicine as a major leap of this century. Extraordinary understandings on the cause of the disease had led to development of preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative and personalised medicine.


1-16
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  • VIEWING CREATIVITY THROUGH THE CRITICAL LENS


Manpreet Ola

Abstract:
The aim of this review article is to see creativity from the negative angle, all this while creativity has been seen in the positive light with its beneficial effects in the form of catharsis and its link with intelligence, but by focusing on the negative aspects. Which had gained popularity through the famous words of Aristotle, which were: “No great genius has ever been without some madness”.


17-20
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  • ASSESSMENT OF PERSON WITH DISABILITY LIVELIHOOD OPTIONS INDIVIDUALLYIN THE SELECTED BLOCKS OF UTTARAKHAND


Dr. Rajeev Prasad Bijalwan, Ms. B Maithili, Ms. Neelam Panday

Abstract:
As per the World Health Organization; Disability is an umbrella term, covering impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions. Impairment is a problem in body function or structure; an activity limitation is a difficulty encountered by an individual in executing a task or action; while a participation restriction is a problem experienced by an individual in involvement in life situations.


21-29
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  • AN EMPERICAL VIEW OF CURRENCY FORECASTING


Mrs. U. Lubna Suraiya

Abstract:
Augmented universal trade and cross-border interface have redefined the business dome. Accurateness in forecasting the foreign exchange rate or predicting the trend appropriately is of fundamental magnitude for any future investment. Exchange-Rate Determination explores the wide array of most popular strategies to institutional investors, global banks and corporations for forecasting exchange rates and discloses the strengths and weaknesses.


30-38
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  • IMPLEMENTATION OF WOMEN WELFARE PROGRAMMES IN TELANGANA – A STUDY OF NALGONDA DISTRICT


Rajeshwari Annampatla, Prof. Ravinder Kaur

Abstract:
Women are the most vulnerable group in a major parts of India. The Government of India thus introduced a number of schemes for the welfare of the people and more specifically for the women. But the schemes also do not reach to the appropriate group of people because of lack of awareness and corruption along with a number of other reasons.


39-56
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  • PERSONALITY AND SEXUAL AWARENESS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS


Dr Susan Varghese*, Sruthy S Kumar, Krishnapriya V K

Abstract:
Sexuality is an integral part of the personality of every human being and personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. In the present society there exist strong desires to have physical contact with the opposite gender during adolescence with less sex education and unprotected sex.


57-69
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  • SEXUAL CRIME AGAINST MIGRANT/REFUGEE WOMEN AND ITS PROSECUTION UNDER INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE: A CRTITICAL ANALYSIS


Ms. Tokmem Doming, Neha Gaur

Abstract:
Displaced people are created as the aftereffect of an assortment of social, financial, and political changes, including-however not constrained to-ethnic wars, monetary destruction, natural fiascoes, and wide-scale human rights manhandle. One of the striking qualities of the world's outcast populace is the noteworthy overrepresentation of ladies and kids amongst its positions.


70-88
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  • SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND YOUTHS IN GLOBAL ERA: AN OVERVIEW


Dr. Vijaylaxmi Saxena

Abstract:
Youth is a phase in the life-course between childhood and adulthood and the grounds for social exclusion of adults and youngsters are largely the same. Chronic and repetitive experiences of discrimination increase the probability of experiencing social exclusion.


89-103
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  • A STUDY OF WORK LIFE BALANCE OF TEACHERS WORKING AT UNIVERSITIES IN TAMILNADU


R. Gayathiri, Dr. Lalitha Ramakrishnan

Abstract:
Since the 1960s, there has been an increasing interest in the conflict between work and family life domains. Several developments, such as, changing economic trends, competitive forces, dominance of services sector, information revolution that has led to 24/7 work models, changes in demographics, increased levels of education and employment of female population, rise of dual-earner families, and changes in the composition of households, have made the work-life balance a pertinent area of concern to scholars, individuals and Universities across the globe.


104-114
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  • PROBLEMS OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ASSAM: A STUDY CONDUCTED IN LAKHIMPUR DISTRICT


Dr. Swapna Dutta

Abstract:
Women Entrepreneurship is comparatively a recent phenomenon. The traditional perception of women as a helper in the occupation of the husband and homemaker is gradually vanishing. Women entrepreneurship and their participation in entrepreneurial activities are gradually increasing.


115-122
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  • REVIVAL OF BUDDHISM IN INDIA: AN ARCHEOLOGICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY


Dr. Bhikkhu Upanand

Abstract:
During the British colonial period in the early 20th century, Buddhism again witnessed a comeback to its motherland, India and gained momentum by a combination of European antiquarian and philosophical interest and the dedicated activities of a few Indian devotees. In the 1890's, for example, Dammapala of Sri Lanka founded the “Mahabodhi Society of India”, Bhikkhu Kirpasarn Mahaesthavir founded “Bengal Buddhist Association” in 1892, Bhadant Bodhanand Mahaesthavir founded “Bhartiya Bauddha Samiti, Lucknow” in 1919, and Ayoti Daas founded the “Buddhist Society” of South India, as well as other unrelated Buddhist activities in Bengal and other places in India.


123-133
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  • RESONANCE OF TAMIL TV SERIAL IMAGES OF WOMEN AMONG URBAN WOMEN VIEWERS


A. Arokiaraj

Abstract:
Television as powerful mass medium shapes the attitudes and beliefs of the audience.Plenty of studies have been done on the contributions of television programs for the empowerment of women.


134-153
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  • SOCIAL EXCLUSION OF TRANSGENDER PEOPLE TOWARDS INCLUSIVE POLICY


Dr. Mrinalini. S, Prof. S. Gurusamy

Abstract:
The term „transgender people‟ is generally used to describe those who transgress social gender norms. Transgender is often used as an umbrella term to signify individuals who defy rigid, binary gender constructions, and who express or present a breaking and/or blurring of culturally prevalent stereotypical gender roles.


154-163
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  • SOCIAL EXCLUSION OF TRANSGENDER PEOPLE TOWARDS INCLUSIVE POLICY


Dr. Mrinalini. S, Prof. S. Gurusamy

Abstract:
The term „transgender people‟ is generally used to describe those who transgress social gender norms. Transgender is often used as an umbrella term to signify individuals who defy rigid, binary gender constructions, and who express or present a breaking and/or blurring of culturally prevalent stereotypical gender roles.


154-163
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  • HOUSING AND HOUSEHOLD AMENITIES OF DAILY LABOUR MARKET WORKERS: A MICRO-LEVEL STUDY


Prof. Jabir Hasan Khan and Nazim Ali,

Abstract:
The present paper attempts to examine the housing and household amenities of daily labour market workers in the Aligarh city. The research work is based on primary source of data collected through the direct questionnaire to the respondents in the city carried out during 2015.


164-177
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  • CHINA’S INTERESTS IN PAKISTAN OCCUPIED KASHMIR (POK)


Avtar Singh Sekhon

Abstract:
Chinese interest in the strategically important region of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) lies in its quest to access Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean region through PoK; get hold of the natural resources essential for its economic growth; expand its area of influence in the region and keep a close eye on the developments in the region as a whole and India in particular.


178-185
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  • HOUSEHOLD FOOD AND NUTRITIONAL SECURITY OF RURAL FAMILIES OF HAILAKANDI DISTRICT THROUGH NUTRITION GARDENING


Kabita C. Sarma, Saurabh Sarma, Sk. Md. Azizur Rahman, S.B. Singh, A.K. Tripathi and S.V. Ngachan

Abstract:
Fruits and vegetables play a noteworthy role in human nutrition. They are packed with full of goodness and often contain a numeral of essential vitamins and minerals that cannot be found in other types of foods and are known as the reservoirs of vital nutrients.


186-194
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  • SUBSTANCE (ALCOHOL) ADDICTION AMONG MALE TO FEMALE TRANSGENDER IN CHENNAI CITY


Dr. Arun Kumar. S, Sudha. M

Abstract:
Available evidence suggests the need to address substance abuse among Male to female Transgender. An unknown but significant proportion of this communityconsume alcohol possiblyto forget stress and depression that they face in their daily life.


195-200
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  • CITY AND POSSIBILITY OF COMMUNITY: A READING OF MAX WEBER AND LOUIS WIRTH


Mohammad Sayeed

Abstract:
For the early theorists of the city life community emerged as a key question. Urbanization was described through its ability to bring transformations in the social, political and economic structure of society.


201-209
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  • CONNECTIONS BETWEEN YOGA AND BUDDHISM


Nanthakumar Muniandy

Abstract:
Buddhism and Yoga are great traditions which evolved out the same spiritual culture of ancient India. They use many of the same terms and follow many of the same principles and practices.


210-215
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  • BARRIERS AND CHALLENGES IN GIRLS’ EDUCATION AND STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE THEIR EDUCATION


Dr. M.P Baligar

Abstract:
The problems of girls are different from the problems of the boys.


216-223
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