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  • NON-FORMAL EDUCATION FOR ETHNIC CHILDREN: BRAC ROLES IN BANGLADESH


Md. Isahaque Ali

Abstract:
Education contributes significantly to socio-economic growth and development through human capital formation. BRAC has engaged crucial steps to raise literacy rate through non-formal education along with government efforts.


1-23
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  • JOB SATISFACTION AND ADVANCEMENT OF MEDIA PROFESSIONALS


S. G. Raghavendra, Dr. H. R. Jayamma, Dr. B. P. Mahesh Chandra Guru

Abstract:
The job satisfaction and advancement of media professionals are primarily discussed in this article based on qualitative research method. The media of communication play an important role in a civil society.


24-32
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  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTING STYLE AND EARLY MALADAPTIVE SCHEMAS IN IRAN AND INDIA: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF AVOIDANCE COPING STYLE


Mahnaz Ghiasi, Shirin Izadi, Maryam Khajouei Nia, Farzaneh Mohammadi

Abstract:
Early maladaptive styles can have effects on the person’s function.Comparing the mediating role of avoidance coping style in the relationship between fathers and mothers’ parenting style and early maladaptive schemas.


33-45
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  • CORE TRAINING’S OUTCOME ON SELECTED PHYSICAL VARIABLES EXPLOSIVE POWER AND FLEXIBILITYIN MEN FOOTBALL PLAYERS


Dr. S. Binthu Mathavan

Abstract:
In this study showing impact of core training to explosive power and flexibility physical variables in men football players, twelve healthy men football players were acted as subject for this investigation. Before starting experiment researcher explained need and importance their role in this study and pre -test data were collected for participated subjects.


46-52
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  • EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WORK ETHIC AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT


Adam Simonson, April Bender, Olivia Fetherolf, Stephanie Hancock, Kendall Krodel, Kyle Reistad, Vicki Michels, Andy Bertsch

Abstract:
Retaining committed, ethical and independent employees significantly enhances the success of a business. The purpose of this study was fourfold: (1) to explore the relationship between organizational commitment and work ethic; (2) to explore if employment level and employment duration affect organizational commitment; (3) to explore if an employee’s sense of deindividuation affected work ethic and/or commitment to one’s job; and (4) explore any possible relationship between different demographics toward work ethic, organizational commitment, and deindividuation.


53-84
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  • MEDIATING ROLE OF COMPENSATION COPING STYLE IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTING STYLE AND EARLY MALADAPTIVE SCHEMAS IN IRAN AND INDIA


Mahnaz Ghiasi, Shirin Izadi, Maryam Khajouei Nia, Farzaneh Mohammadi

Abstract:
Parenting style schemas can cause maladaptive responses and coping styles.Comparing the mediating role of compensation coping style in the relationship between fathers and mothers’ parenting style and early maladaptive schemas.


85-96
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  • “CHINA IN THE GLOBAL HIERARCHY- AN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE”


Ms. R.Bhramra Sree

Abstract:
An attempt is made to understand the role of the Asian community in the arena of the global society. As the famous oft repeated words reverberate A for Asia, B for Business, C for Culture and D for Diplomacy and Development.


97-103
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  • MOTIVATION OF HEALTH WORKERS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE AT GRASSROOTS LEVEL AND ATTITUDE OF PEOPLE TOWARDS HEALTH SERVICES AND DELIVERY: FINDINGS OF A FIELD STUDY IN GUJARAT & ODISHA STATES OF INDIA


Manoj Kumar Raut

Abstract:
Motivation is a force that initiates, guides and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. There are different theories which have been proposed to describe the various aspects of motivation as well as job satisfaction of workers.


104-116
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  • ROLE OF MEDIA IN TRIBAL AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT - A STUDY OF ITDA AREAS OF ADILABAD DISTRICT


Nagaraju Samala, Dr. K. Chokkaiah

Abstract:
Agriculture is playing pivotal role in the rise of sedentary human civilization. This Agriculture is carried out in various methods in different places.


117-133
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  • KNOW-WHY & KNOWHOW AS TOOLS FOR LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT: ITS IMPACT ON INNOVATIVE PROJECTS AND ITS DISSEMINATION IN AN INTEGRATED STEEL PLANT


Dr. Chinmoy Samajdar

Abstract:
Learning and development are essential ingredients of human nature. It is true for the organizations also. They have gained greater significance for the organizations as their bottom line is under tremendous pressure due to several challenges including fierce competition, globalization, rapid technology changes, shorter cycle times and increasing customer demands.


134-146
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  • EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMMITMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIORS IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS


Dr. H. Shamina

Abstract:
Higher education is becoming a major driver of economic competitiveness in an increasingly knowledge-driven global economy. The imperative for countries to improve employment skills calls for quality teaching within educational institutions.


147-159
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  • TELECENTRE: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT DIMENSION1


Nwanesi Peter Karubi

Abstract:
Most writers agreed that community development, is best when such development employs bottom up approach rather than the top-down approach. This is because such development would strengthen the communal solidarity as it is based on communal demands.


160-171
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  • SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT OF THIRD GENDER(KINNARS): A QUALITATIVE STUDY


Rhicha Raman, Narsingh Kumar

Abstract:
The objective of this study is to explore about the social and emotional adjustment of third gender (kinnars). This study follows qualitative methodology (critical analysis and advocacy approach) because it is most suited to the objectives.


172-182
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  • CONTRIBUTION OF PRIVATE SECTOR UNIVERSITIES IN INDIA


Col H.R. Ruhil

Abstract:
The Indian education system has been having educational institutions both in public as well as private sector. Demand for higher education has been increasing rapidly.


183-188
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  • EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY PLANNING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN THE DISTRICT OF BURDWAN, WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Srikanta Nandi

Abstract:
Sustainable community planning looks at the long-standing economic, social and environmental well-being of our communities, with the aspire of improving the quality of life for citizens now and over the long period. These plans set a clear direction for the community that recognizes the diverse needs of existing and future residents.


189-200
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  • IMPACT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON JOB SATISFACTION OF PUBLIC SECTOR BANK EMPLOYEES


Dr. Jyoti Sharma, Arpita Belapurkar

Abstract:
In today’s growing competitive world, it is vital for any organization to take care of their employees. The organizations must ensure that their human resource is trained, skilled and growing continuously which is good for the employees as well as the organization itself.


201-208
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  • STUDY OF ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION THROUGH COMPETING VALUES APPROACH


Vibha Sahu, Dr. Mayank Saxena

Abstract:
Organizational effectiveness is a concept which has overwhelmed academicians since a long time in terms of its conceptualization and measurement. Managers have also found the concept difficult to tackle since it is often critically important for managers to define and defend their organizational effectiveness to different target groups.


209-220
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  • WORKFORCE OF INDIA, ITS SIZE, OPPORTUNITIES AND MAIN PROBLEMS (TRANSFERING THE WORKFORCE FROM PRIMARY SECTOR TO SECONDARY AND TERITIARY SECTOR OF ECONOMY)


Dr. Bhisham Kapoor

Abstract:
The growth of a country depends upon the efficiency and capacity of its human resources. Human resources play the most important role in the process of production.


221-225
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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) INITIATIVES: A CASE STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PROGRAMMES OF TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES


Dr. Akoju Purnachandar Rao

Abstract:
Tata Consultancy Services is an Indian multinational IT services company. With a consistent track record in past, it is poised for dramatic growth in future both in India and abroad.


226-243
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  • WORKSITE HEALTH PROMOTION A HEALTHY STRATEGY FOR FEMALE WORKERS


Gurjeet Kaur Chawla, Dr. G.L. Khanna

Abstract:
Throughout the world, women make a vital contribution to industrial output. Over 200 million women are employed across all industry sectors, with half of this number in developing countries.


244-257
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  • KNOWLEDGE STATUS OF FISH GROWERS TOWARDS SCIENTIFIC FISH FARMING IN WESTERN RAJASTHAN


P. Singh, Anoop Kumar and J.P.Lakhera

Abstract:
The study was conducted in agro-climatic zone 1b & 1c of western Rajasthan. Both the zone comprises six district, out of which two districts were purposively selected i.e.Hanumangarh & Bikaner districts.


258-271
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  • ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN - ROLE OF SELF HELP GROUPS A REVIEW OF LITERATURE


P. V. Srikala

Abstract:
Almost 50% of the population in India is covered by the female only so the full development of the country depends on the half population means women, who are not empowered and still restricted by many social evils.


272-277
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  • UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL FACTORS WHICH AFFECT WOMEN SERVING ON BOARDS OF DIRECTORS


Hanh Thi Hai Nguyen, Andy Bertsch, Gillian Warner-Søderholm, James Ondracek

Abstract:
This study explores the cultural factors that act as antecedents to women serving on boards of directors all over the world.We extend the theory proposed by several researchers before (e.g., Warner-Soderholm et al., 2016; St Onge & Magnan, 2013).


278-305
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  • Symbolic Significance of Animal Imagery in Ted Hughes’s Poetry


Siddhant

Abstract:
Ted Hughes is a philosophical and psychological poet as well as a poet of nature and of the animal world. He has interpreted modern life and modern man in terms of myths and symbols.


306-310
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  • STUDY OF CRITICAL FAULTS AND ALGORITHMS OF REPAIR IN PROPOSED TRIANGLE MIN


Amardeep Gupta

Abstract:
This paper analyses Fault Tolerance of the proposed MIN Triangle. Routing tag provides the algorithm to pass the data from source to destination in a network.The path lengths available from source to destination in Triangle MIN have been found.


311-315
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  • Hemingway and America : A study of To Have and Have Not


Dr.Upasana Singh

Abstract:
The Wall Street Crash in 1929 and the ensuing Great Depression of the thirties set in grim suffering in America as well as Europe


316-322
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  • आर्य समाज और भारत का नवजागरण


डॉ विभा गुप्ता

Abstract:
आर्य समाज और भारत का नवजागरण


323-337
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  • ICT COMPETENCY FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS


Banti Rani

Abstract:
The present classroom instructors should be set up to provide technology-supported learning opportunities for their students.


338-343
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  • A STUDY OF THE ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS COMPUTER EDUCATION IN RELATION WITH THEIR SEX, INTELLIGENCE AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT


Dr. Pushpa

Abstract:
The current paper aims to throw light on the attitude of secondary school students towards computer education in relation with their sex, intelligence and academic achievement. The researcher analysed, interpreted and reported the status of the intelligence level, attitude towards computer and academic achievement of students of class IX of two private school.


344-351
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  • TEACHER EDUCATION AND ITS CHALLENGES


Kompal Wadhawan

Abstract:
Teacher education is not a new concept it is very old. In India ancient rishis before going to teach their students use to learn many things and it was must for them to develop a balance personality and various skills.


352-356
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