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  • INDIAN REVOLUTION AND CONTEMPORARY PARALLEL GOVERNMENT -1942


Dr. Littan Sarkar

Abstract:
After the failure of the Cripps Mission, there was a lot of discontentment in the country. The Congress leaders got convinced that they could not expect anything from the British Government in the near future.


1-23
2
  • A STUDY ON ACADEMIC STRESS COPING STRATEGIES OF INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS IN CHITTOOR DISTRICT


Dr. G. Lokanadha Reddy, P.V. Siva Giri

Abstract:
The present study was carry out with an objective of identifying the academic stress coping strategies used by intermediate students and the level of usage of stress coping strategies.


24-33
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  • CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON THE FUNCTIONING OF AN ARCHITECTS’ OFFICE IN RURAL AREA OF INDIA


Abdullah, Tabish Ahmed; Warsi, Tahsinur Rahman

Abstract:
Architecture is a social art that touches all human beings at all levels of their existence everywhere and every day. This is the only discipline which encompasses the four major fields of human endeavor: Humanities, Science, Art, and Technology, actually putting into practice the professional inputs drawn from them.


34-43
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  • HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION ON GURUDEV KALICHARAN BRAHMA AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT


Dr. Sekhar Brahma

Abstract:
Women's empowerment has become a significant topic of discussion in development and economics. It can also point to approaches regarding other trivialized genders in a particular political or social context.


44-53
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  • DISCREPANCY BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW LEVEL OF OPINION AMONG PARENTS OF MATIALI AND MALBAZAR BLOCKS OF WEST BENGAL TOWARDS UNIVERSALISATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION


Gour Sundar Ghosh, Prasenjit Deb

Abstract:
Various organizations of the Globe have initiated various schemes and programmes to encourage and educate in each and every corner of the world. Education is a fundamental right of human development; hence the present study was conducted on the tea garden parents of West Bengal.


54-66
6
  • PERSONALITY PROFILE OF ACCIDENT-PRONE AUTO-RICKSHAW DRIVERS


Manglesh Kumar Manglam, Anindya Das, Sentisungla Longchar

Abstract:
The personality characteristics of commercial drivers can be a significant factor in rate of occurrence of accidents. Many driving related variables may also contribute towards such outcome.


67-75
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  • CAREER ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN: EXAMINING EXISTENCE OF GLASS CEILING AT WORK


Dr Bhawana Bhardwaj

Abstract:
In Vedic era women have been designated as Lakshmi, Durga and Saraswati. The saying 'Yatra Naryastu Pujyante, Ramante Tatra Devta' means where women are worshiped, God resides.


76-87
8
  • HRIS IMPLEMENTATION IN UNIVERSITIES: ISSUES, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES


B. Sankar Naik, Prof. P Raghunadha Reddy

Abstract:
Human resource management (HRM) has evolved into a strategic functional area in various organisations in the recent years. Essential human resource functions have become critical for the overall functioning of the firms.


88-99
9
  • THE TRADING CENTRES OF THE PORTUGUESE IN THE SUB-CONTINENT AND THEIR CULTURAL IMPACT UPON TOURISM (WITH SPECIAL REFERCE TO WESTERN COASTAL INDIA) -A STUDY


Dr Kavita Charles Makhwan

Abstract:
Coastal Western India is a Contribution to several areas of historical study. Most obviously , it lies in the area of Indo-Portuguese History . The Portuguese Culture had an tremendous effect upon the lives of the people on the Western Coastal India .


100-112
10
  • A STUDY ON THE ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF THE MOG COMMUNITY IN TRIPURA (INDIA)


Dr. Haradhan Saha, Sri Arun Das

Abstract:
The Mogs are the sixth largest tribe in Tripura. Their position is next to the Tripuris/Tripura, Reangs, Jamatias, Chakmas and Halams.


113-124
11
  • LINKAGE OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT


Parveen Ahmed Alam

Abstract:
Performance Management System (PMS) is linked to the various sub-systems of Human Resource Management like Target Setting, Performance Appraisal, Human Resource Development (HRD) and Reward & Recognition. The stress of PMS is on development instead of evaluation of past work.


125-140
12
  • SOCIAL MATURITY IN RELATION TO EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF ADOLESCENTS


Meenu Sethi, Dr. Seema Chopra

Abstract:
The relationship betweensocial maturity and emotional intelligence of adolescents has been studied in the present study. Social maturity scale by Rao (2011) and emotional intelligence scale by Singh and Toor (2014) were administered on 200 adolescents of Ludhiana district of Punjab.


141-147
13
  • IMPACT OF SUPERIOR SUPPORT, ENCOURAGEMENT OF EMPLOYEES TO TAKE INITIATIVES, CONSULTATIVE AND PARTICIPATIVE DECISION MAKING AS RETETNION STRATEGY ADOPTED BY SMES IN MUMBAI


Mrs. Naina Kurne, Mrs. Radha Iyer, Mrs. Megha Bansal

Abstract:
Effective retention strategies are always in demand whether it is for small scale industries or large scale industries irrespective of the field they are operating. As in the changing business environment every business has to deal with the problems coming their way.


148-161
14
  • ASSESSMENT OF SELF CONCEPT AMONG ANGANWADI WORKERS OF ICDS PROJECT, R.S PURA BLOCK OF JAMMU DISTRICT


Rajni Dhingra, Nitu Sharma, Gurmeet Kour

Abstract:
Self-concept refers to the ordered set of attitudes and perceptions that an individual holds about himself/herself (Woolfolk, 2001 and Wolffe, 2000). The present research focuses on studying the self-concept of anganwadi workers of R.S Pura Block of Jammu District (J&K).


162-172
15
  • ROLE OF VULNERABILITY REDUCTION FUND (VRF) TO PROVIDE FOOD SECURITY AND SAFETY TO THE VULNERABLE FAMILIES IN RURAL AREAS.


Dr. Kakoli Adhikary

Abstract:
In order to ensure that no poor family is left out, National Rural Livelihoods Mission(NRLM) would use differential strategies for social inclusion/mobilization of all identified poor household into functionally effective and self-managed institutions, with particular focus on more vulnerable sections like scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, particularly vulnerable tribal groups, single women and women headed households, persons with disability, landless families, migrant labour families, isolated communities(like bonded labours, nomads, victims of trafficking, persons engaged with unhygienic occupations like manual scavenging ect.)


173-182
16
  • EXPLORING CUSTOMER’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS ADOPTION OF SOLAR DEVICES IN COIMBATORE CITY


Rahamath Nisha.A, Dr.K.T.Geetha

Abstract:
Energy is essential for human development and livelihood transformation. In the developing world, access to reliable, safe lighting continues to be an issue.


183-201
17
  • ROLE OF MANAGERS AT DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT LEVELS IN COMPETITIVE ERA


Dr. Rohidas B. Pawar

Abstract:
Managers is a person who has the ability or strength to coordinate, motivate and guide all the personnel working under him so as to make sure they attain the organizational goal in the most efficient manner possible. Management practice is as old as human civilization when people started living together in groups.


202-207
18
  • SKETCHING ON THE ECONOMIC AND RELIGIOUS LIFE OF THE BODOS: CHANGES AND CONTINUITY


Dr. Oinam Ranjit Singh, Kumud Ranjan Basumatary

Abstract:
It is believed that the Bodos are the earliest settlers of Assam and of the regions known as the North East India. In ancient periods, the Bodos built powerful kingdoms in different names and in different places in the present North East India including the present north Bengal and Bangladesh.


208-222
19
  • FINANCIAL INCLUSION FOR WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA


Dr. P. N. Harikumar, Dr. Susha D

Abstract:
Financial inclusion refers to the rendering of financial services at an affordable cost to the vast sections of disadvantaged & low-income groups. Access to finance by the vulnerable groups especially by poor women is necessary for the eradication of poverty, employment, upliftment of socio-status and economic growth.


223-235
20
  • JOB EMBEDDEDNESS AS A PREDICTOR OF TURNOVER INTENTION OF EDUCATORS IN HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION


Samini Varghese, Jyothi Kumar

Abstract:
Instructive Institutions are confronting challenges as different powers, for example, evolving socioeconomics, globalization, innovation. An in number and committed work constrain oversaw proactively and created ability administration projects and techniques is required with an end goal to stay aggressive.


236-249
21
  • NEWLY FORMED TELANGANA STATE – AN OVERVIEW


Sriram Venkatswamy

Abstract:
Telangana is situated on the Deccan plateau in the central stretch of the eastern seaboard of the Indian peninsula. The state lies between 15, 55’ and 19, 56’ north latitudes 77, 15’ and 80, 46’ east longitudes.


250-255
22
  • SPANISH LANGUAGE TEACHING IN MULTILINGUAL INDIA: THE UNKNOWN IMPLICATIONS OF EXPOSURES TO LOCAL LANGUAGES


Dhiraj Kumar Rai

Abstract:
The multilingual surroundingof Spanish Language Teaching (SLT) in India has presented a unique linguistic principle. This principle relies upon the application of English language instructions (as FL1) to combine several methods for teaching-learning Spanish language (as FL2).


256-273
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  • EFFECT OF EMPLOYEES’ TRAINING NEEDS ANALYSIS ON ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE IN THE BANKING SECTOR- A CASE OF BANK OF AFRICA, KENYA


Naomi ToyyahChalingo, Dr. Arvin Lucy Onditi, FrancisAnyiraAngogo

Abstract:
Training is considered a “vital function” for all organizations regardless of their specialization or size. The main objective of this research study was to help understand the effect of employee training needs analysis on organization performance and in this case, the banking sector.


274-296
24
  • ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION –A STUDY AT SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL.


Mr. K. Dhanunjaya Naidu, Dr. R. Yasoda

Abstract:
Environment has been defined as the sum total of all conditions and influences that affect the development and life of organisms. Environment is interwoven in day-to–day life of human beings and as such man plays a great role in preserving and improving the environment for the sake of development for a better future.


297-304
25
  • STUDY OF TOURIST PLACES IN THE RATNAGIRI TALUKA AND DISTRICT


Dr. Makarand Raghunath Sakhalkar.

Abstract:
Ratnagiri district offers the most diverse attractions for the tourists. The district is endowed with many tourist assets.


305-317
26
  • VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTH ASIAN REGION: A HINDRANCE IN NATION BUILDING


Dr. Neha Bhartiya

Abstract:
Along with some of the oldest civilizations in the world, South Asia includes some of its poorest countries. Civil war, ethnic tension, religious discrimination and terrorism are but some of the ailments of this region, as are the abuse of government power, censorship, and human rights violations.


318-331
27
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS: ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE


Dr. Tabassum Sheikh

Abstract:
Mankind’s future is intrinsically linked with its attitude towards the environment. The Western scholars of contemporary human situation have traced the roots of our environmental crisis to the Judaeo-Christian attitude towards nature.


332-337
28
  • राजस्थान में सुनवाई के अधिकार द्वारा सुशासन की स्थापना


कालूराम कुम्हार

Abstract:
राजस्थान में सुनवाई के अधिकार द्वारा सुशासन की स्थापना


338-343
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  • Dr. B R Ambedkar as a Social Worker for the Marginalised Sections


Mr. Dhavaleshwar C U Dr. Banasode C C

Abstract:
Dr. B R Ambedkar was the global personality with the high constitutional knowledge and knowledge of law. He studied all the progressive constitutions of contemporary life and designed constitution of India, which is the standard constitution of the world


344-350
30
  • Contributions of Dr. B R. Ambedkar for creating Indian History


Dr. Ramesh Kamble

Abstract:
Present review paper is an effort to explore the objective views of Dr. B R. Ambedkar on Indian history which is having the analysis of ground realities by him


351-355
31
  • हरियाणा की राजभाषा - वर्तमान व भविष्य


सुशील कुमार

Abstract:
हरियाणा की राजभाषा - वर्तमान व भविष्य


356-361
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  • A COMPARITIVE STUDY OF TEACHER VALUES AMONG MALE AND FEMALE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS


JASWINDER SINGH ASHA RANI

Abstract:
Values are those standards or codes of conduct conditioned by one’s cultural tenets guided by conscience, according to which one is supposed to conduct himself and shape his life pattern by integrating his benefits ideas and attitudes to realize the cherished ideals and aims of life


362-369
33
  • Personal laws in India Actually Harm Rather Then Preserve Religious Freedom


Dr. Sandeep Lal

Abstract:
There are various personal law in our society related to marriage, divorce , inheritance , property in India and society act according to their personal law, because when the issue of marriage, divorce raises among society in Hindu as well as Muslims


370-374
34
  • CHANGING ATTITUDE OF OUR FAST MOVING AND EVOLVING SOCIETY TOWARDS THE DISABLED PERSONS


Dr. Sharmila Devi

Abstract:
“Disability is a matter of perception. If you can do just one thing well, you‟re needed by someone” – Martina Navratilova. It is often believed that people with disability are suffering because of their karma‟s sin and the disabled people existed from a long time.


375-380
35
  • बौद्ध साहित्य में यक्ष


डॉ सुदेश कुमारी

Abstract:
बौद्ध साहित्य में यक्ष


381-394
36
  • VALUES AMONG PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF KURUKSHETRA


Dr Manju Dhingra

Abstract:
The teacher is the key person who can inculcate all the required values in small children in spite of many odds. The values are the instrument which possesses the quality of transforming the teachers to be unique.


395-402
37
  • PERSONALITY TRAITS OF THE STUDENTS IN RELATION TO SOCIO ECONOMIC STATUS AND SEX


Kompal Wadhawan

Abstract:
A trait refers to a characteristic that differs from person to person in relatively permanent and consistent way. An individual‟s personality is his unique pattern of traits.


403-408
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  • भारतीय समाज एवं संस्कृति का समाजशास्त्रीय अध्ययन


डॉ राहुल

Abstract:
भारतीय समाज एवं संस्कृति का समाजशास्त्रीय अध्ययन


409-417
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