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  • “HUMAN RIGHTS VIS A VIS PATENT PROTECTION: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RIGHT TO HEALTH”


Soaham Bajpai

Abstract:
Human rights and Intellectual Property are two distinct areas of law and the in the present days have seen rapid growth. In the recent span of time, their evolution has been independent and separate virtually in isolation of each other.


1-20
2
  • CAREER ASPIRATION AMONG RURAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS


T. Selvam

Abstract:
Career aspiration is a path that people want their career to follow. Career planning is the continuous process of thinking about one’s interests, values, skills and preferences, exploring the life, work and learning options available to them and ensuring that their work fits with their personal circumstances.


21-27
3
  • A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE CONVENTION ON ACTION AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS: SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE VICTIMS


Dr. Joshua N. Aston

Abstract:
It is a bitter truth that human beings are still treated as slaves for various purposes across the world and trafficking of human beings is taking place at such a fast rate that it is becoming difficult day-by-day to combat it. Human Trafficking is now the second largest transnational organized crime in the world.


28-41
4
  • ASSET WISE PREFERENCE OF DEPRECIATION METHOD(S): A STUDY OF PRACTICE OF CORPORATE SECTOR IN INDIA


Dr. Rupinder Singh

Abstract:
For providing depreciation different methods are available. The paper in hand tried to evaluate the asset wise preference of depreciation method(s) by sample entities.


42-47
5
  • ‘PATENT ASPECTS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY INVENTIONS – TRADITIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MODERN BIOTECHNOLOGY’.


Shobhalata. V. Udapudi.

Abstract:
Development of science and technology is a boon for the human race as it improves the standard of living and thus enhances the human rights enjoyed by humanity. New technologies pose huge challenges for the application and protection under the legal framework.


48-64
6
  • “A STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEENORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND WORK LIFE BALANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS”


Dr. Kotreshwaraswamy A Surapuramath

Abstract:
A Study of Organizational Commitment and Academic Achievement of Secondary School students has been dealt with in this paper. The sample consisted of 174 secondary school teachers of different High schools in Bangalore city.


65-75
7
  • EMPLOYEE’S PERCEPTION TOWARDS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN BANKING SECTOR-AN EMPIRICAL STUDY


S.A Mufeed, Saloome Showkat

Abstract:
The banking sector has been growing sector since its inception in Kashmir. The faster growth of the banking sector is undoubtedly due to the contribution of its human resource.


76-96
8
  • PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS UNDER THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT 1935


Dr. Dharmjit Singh

Abstract:
This empirical research based paper attempts to study the initiative taken by the British Indian Government to conduct provincial legislative elections in British India under the Government of India Act of 1935 and response given by the different political parties to this gesture. Popularity of Congress, Muslim League and other regional parties were testified through these elections.


97-113
9
  • EFFECT OF PLANNING AND MONITORING METACOGNITIVE ABILITY ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS


Dr. Anuradha Sindhwani, Dr. Rakhi Narula

Abstract:
The present study is an attempt to find the effect of planning and monitoring metacognitive ability on academic achievement in English of senior secondary school students. A descriptive survey was used.


114-126
10
  • HISTORY AND HISTORY NARRATIVE BY THE COLONIAL WRITERS ON THE BODO: A FRESH INTERPRETATION


Dr. Nushar Bargayary

Abstract:
The nineteenth century in the history of Assam is remarkable witnessing paradigm shifts in the spheres of polity, economy and society. One of the most crucial developments of the period was the coming of the Christian missionaries to Assam that brought about a new dimension to the social engagement of the society with the changing context of nineteenth century.


127-133
11
  • MIGRATION; LEADS TO UNDERDEVELOPMENT A STUDY ON TAPAN BLOCK OF DAKSHIN DINAJPUR DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL (INDIA)


Dipankar Oraw, Dr. Debashis Das

Abstract:
Unskilled workforce migration from Tapan Block of Dakshin Dinajpur District is a common scenario now a days and it has been started rapidly since 2010. Out-migration from the study area leads to under development and it also indicates that the workers are unable to fulfill their basic needs and they are compel to move outside in search of high paid jobs.


134-151
12
  • WOMEN IN TV SERIALS- A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF POPULAR TAMIL TV SERIALS


A. Arokiaraj

Abstract:
Television has been considered by many scholars as powerful medium in India today. In spite of the emergence of new media, Television makes impact on the viewers due to the visual nature of it.


152-163
13
  • IMPACT OF CSR ACTIVITIES ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT WITH RESPECT TO INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY


Prof Kanchan Akshay

Abstract:
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an accepted and a recurrent part of company activity. Some of the regularly cited motives behind CSR are employee morale, recruitment and retention, with employees acknowledged as a key organisational stakeholder and it is also making great efforts to enhance corporate image.


164-173
14
  • PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE


Dr. Girish.R

Abstract:
Public interest Litigation is a means by which justice percolates down to the masses and made more accessible and available to the poor and victims of injustice.


174-186
15
  • IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, CLIMATE AND COMMITMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS - A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO MADRAS FERTILIZERS LIMITED, CHENNAI


Dr. G. Dhamodharan

Abstract:
The success of an organization depends on hard working, loyal and involved employees. In this modern era where world has become a global village, firms are considered to be competitive on the basis of strong culture, conducive climate and competent employees of their organization.


187-195
16
  • AN ANALYSIS OF PERCEPTION OF JOB ASPIRANTS ON THE EMPLOYER VALUE PROPOSITION OF BSNL


Dr Sreekumar D Menon

Abstract:
Employer branding is a group of intangible qualities and features – that makes an organization unique, promises a specific kind of experience in employment, and to attract those people who will perform to their best in its culture.


196-206
17
  • CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGISLATIVE DIMENSIONS TO REGULATE PUBLIC HEALTH


Harsha Rajwanshi

Abstract:
The promotion and protection of public health is one of the oldest functions of government and certainly one of its earliest regulatory functions. Despite the integral nature of the interplay between public health and law, each of these fields have separate identity, and has adopted its own terminologies and forms of reasoning.


207-220
18
  • SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION OF SREE SREE TAKHUR ANUKULCHANDRA: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY


Mr. Suvankar Paul, Dr. Abhijit Das, Mr. Jaydeep Mondal

Abstract:
Religion plays a key role in our society. In present days, not only in pre-industrial or peasant society, but also in industrial society, religion is playing a vital role.


221-241
19
  • AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF CAMPUS SELECTION PROCESS OF TECHNICAL INSTITUTES UNDER NORTH MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY REGION


Mrs. Swati Pravin Phalak, Dr. Prashant Sudhakar Warke

Abstract:
The technical education is the mainstay of the industry. The technical institutes play an essential role in the socioeconomic development of India.


242-250
20
  • “AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF PEACE COMPONENTS IN SOCIAL STUDIES TEXT BOOKS OF CLASS IX, PUNJAB SCHOOL EDUCATION BOARD AND THEIR TRANSACTION”


Mrs. Mridula Shorey 1. Prof (Dr.) Kamla Vashisth2

Abstract:
Social studies is indubitably vital for peace education as well as promotes national and international development. The focus of social studies is essentially man, the society and the environment


251-261
21
  • Regionalization of Politics: A Conceptual Dimension


ANURADHA NAGIA

Abstract:
Regionalization of politics in India is a continuous process. It is a product of historical genesis. Emerging in an embryonic state before the colonial era, it attained a concrete shape during the British regime. After independence it has been nurtured within the frame work of structural arrangements and operational mechanisms of the newly framed constitution


262-277
22
  • CONFLICT INDUCED DISPLACEMENT OF ASSAM (INDIA): THE IMPACT


Dr. Manjil Basumatary

Abstract:
The state of Assam in general and the western part of Assam particularly populated by various ethnic and other communities have been experiencing ethnic conflict since last few decades.


278-293
23
  • A WIDER NOTION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPING ECONOMIES


Prashant Kumar

Abstract:
It is contended in this paper that the market-based corporate governance approach should be widened to incorporate the problem of large block-holders and owner-controlled firms and should be generalized to a model of multilateral negotiations and influence-seeking among a number of different stakeholders.


294-302
24
  • CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGISLATIVE DIMENSIONS TO REGULATE PUBLIC HEALTH


Harsha Rajwanshi

Abstract:
The promotion and protection of public health is one of the oldest functions of government and certainly one of its earliest regulatory functions. Despite the integral nature of the interplay between public health and law, each of these fields have separate identity, and has adopted its own terminologies and forms of reasoning.


303-316
25
  • SOME ASPECTS OF RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION OF SREE SREE TAKHUR ANUKULCHANDRA: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY


Mr. Suvankar Paul, Dr. Abhijit Das, Mr. Jaydeep Mondal

Abstract:
Religion plays a key role in our society. In present days, not only in pre-industrial or peasant society, but also in industrial society, religion is playing a vital role. We may found that, the owners of both large size and small size industry are obeying certain religious norms and values and performing few religious activities.


317-337
26
  • AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF CAMPUS SELECTION PROCESS OF TECHNICAL INSTITUTES UNDER NORTH MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY REGION


Mrs. Swati Pravin Phalak, Dr. Prashant Sudhakar Warke

Abstract:
The technical education is the mainstay of the industry. The technical institutes play an essential role in the socioeconomic development of India.


338-345
27
  • AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF CAMPUS SELECTION PROCESS OF TECHNICAL INSTITUTES UNDER NORTH MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY REGION


Mrs. Swati Pravin Phalak, Dr. Prashant Sudhakar Warke

Abstract:
The technical education is the mainstay of the industry. The technical institutes play an essential role in the socioeconomic development of India.


338-345
28
  • KUKI WAR OF INDEPENDENCE 1917-1919 (Anglo-Kuki War1917-1919)


TS Letkhosei Haokip

Abstract:
The Kuki movement against British aggression into their territory began in 1777 culminated to the „Kuki War of Independence‟, the so called „Kuki Rising of 1917-1919‟. The extensive preparations for the ensuing confrontation with the mighty British involved mobilisation of forces and declaration of war according to Kuki custom reflect the nationalistic character of the event.


346-354
29
  • COMMUNICATING ENVIRONMENT THROUGH DOCUMENTARY ‘MERCURY IN THE MIST’


E. Suresh Paul, Dr. I. Arul Aram

Abstract:
Environmental issues are gaining in importance. Indian documentaries on such issues contribute to create awareness through this powerful media. The documentary film titled ‘Mercury in the Mist’ by R.P. Amudhan promises to communicate and create awareness and sensitize the public by motivating and encouraging participation to bring about civic actions and social change.


355-361
30
  • INDO-NAGA ACCORD OF SHARED SOVEREIGNTY- THE ONLY SOLUTION


Mr. Aniruddha Vithal Babar

Abstract:
The Philosophy of the principle of sovereignty transformed over the period of time. The law of dependent origination has been proven to be true to the changing socio-political circumstances all over the world including India.


362-370
31
  • Relative Share Of Livestock Population Of Haryana


ROOP RAJ

Abstract:
Animal husbandry is an integral part of agriculture in India since ages and plays an important role in the rural economy. Besides having vast employment potential, the sub-sector provides milk, egg, meat, wool, hides and skins, dung, bones, hooves and draught power but also stabilizes the farm income.


371-380
32
  • QURRATULAIN HYDER’S FICTION: A HISTORICAL APPROACH


Irfan Ahmad Dar

Abstract:
History is believed to be an unending dialogue between past and the present. Memoirs and other creative writings like novels and dramas too can, therefore, be a useful source of history writing.


381-386
33
  • अधिकार के विविध आयाम व उनके प्रभाव


डॉ गुरदेव सिंह

Abstract:
अधिकार के विविध आयाम व उनके प्रभाव


387-397
34
  • Exploring the Precursors to Organizational Commitment: From a Literature Review to an Integrated Theoretical Model


Mrs. Jaya Malhotra1& Dr. KK Sharma2

Abstract:
Various studies have been conducted to ascertain the correlates and antecedents of organizational commitment of the workforce in different sectors. Regardless of the established organizational concerns regarding this vital issue, there are still many areas that still seem to be under-researched or discounted. Most of the existing literature focuses on commitment in a narrower sense rather than investigating it in a holistic manner


398-409
35
  • AN EVALUATION OF NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY, UNDER THE PRESIDENT OLUSEGUN OBASANJO ADMINISTRATION (1999 – 2007)


Chime Jide Mathew

Abstract:
This study is an evaluation of Nigeria’s Foreign Policy under President Olusegun Obasanjo (1999-2007). This research aimed to provide a detailed background to Nigeria’s foreign policy under during the above mentioned regime, with a focus on finding out if the then Nigeria’s foreign policy was geared toward the realization of her national interest


410-427
36
  • INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION OF DALIT WOMEN IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW


Dr. Satri Veera Kesalu

Abstract:
Political participation and representation as a popular phenomenon is booming in present day politics of India and gained wide prominence and far reaching influence in every nuke and corner of the country.


428-440
37
  • DR. B. R. AMBEDKAR AND HIS VISION OF SOCIAL JUSTICE


Dr. Satri Veera Kesalu

Abstract:
The concept of social justice, like law, changes. It evolves itself into progressively new patterns and expands its frontiers and assumes new dimensions.


441-459
38
  • EXAMINATION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RE-BRANDING CAMPAIGN AND ITS EFFECT ON THE RIVER STATE PEOPLE


Amadi, Richard Nlemanya

Abstract:
Nation branding have continued to be a universally accepted concept among citizens of the world. Government of developed and developing nations have continued to adopt it as a strategy to promote global perception of their nation.


460-480
39
  • Importance of Education in the development in Rural sector


Dr.D.Madan Mohan

Abstract:
Majority of India still lives in villages and so the topic of rural education in India is of utmost importance. A survey named called the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), shows that even though the number of rural students attending schools is rising, but more than half of the students in fifth grade are unable to read a second grade text book and are not able to solve simple mathematical problems


481-488
40
  • Women Empowerment in India: Concept and Reality


Dr. Sunil Kumar

Abstract:
The term ‘empowerment’ is a multi-dimensional and multi-faceted concept that is affecting the thinkers, policy-makers and people all around the world. The origin of this concept is go back to the civil rights movement in the USA in the 1960s.


489-495
41
  • Evolving Power Game in Indo-Pacific Region and India


Dr. Sunil Kumar

Abstract:
The global geo economic power shift from the West to East (Asia), the growing geo-strategic importance of the Indo-Pacific region and availability of vast opportunities in this region has resulted in cooperation and competition among the powers of the world. India being one of the major stakeholders in this region


496-500
42
  • An Analytical Study about the Crime against Children


Dr. Sandeep Lal

Abstract:
Children, who by definition require the guardianship and care of adults, are among the most vulnerable and innocent victims of crimes. Crimes against children include physical and emotional abuse; neglect; and exploitation, such as through child pornography or sex trafficking of minors.


501-517
43
  • खरगोन जिले में प्रधान मंत्री रोजगार योजना की आवस्यकता


डॉ रितेश जांचपुरे

Abstract:
खरगोन जिले में प्रधान मंत्री रोजगार योजना की आवस्यकता


518-520
44
  • बोध धर्म एवं कला के प्रसिद्ध प्राथमिक केन्द्र के रूप में सारनाथ का महत्व


अतुल नारायण सिंह

Abstract:
बोध धर्म एवं कला के प्रसिद्ध प्राथमिक केन्द्र के रूप में सारनाथ का महत्व


521-529
45
  • गढ़वाल हिमालय में चमोली एवं रुद्रप्रयाग जनपदों में मार्गीय घनतव मार्गीय सम्बंधता एवं सुगमता का विश्लेषणात्मक अध्ययन


डॉ भालचन्द सिंह नेगी

Abstract:
गढ़वाल हिमालय में चमोली एवं रुद्रप्रयाग जनपदों में मार्गीय घनतव मार्गीय सम्बंधता एवं सुगमता का विश्लेषणात्मक अध्ययन


530-542
46
  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AVAILABLE SPORTS INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES AMONG GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SCHOOL IN JALGAON DISTRICT


Prof Khushal B. Deshmukh, *Dr. Anand V. Upadhyay,

Abstract:
The purpose behind the study was to discover the distinction in sports infrastructure among government and private based school. To get to the sports infrastructure among both kind of establishment and data sheet was utilized which involves the topic of both the variables as the slightest of sports infrastructure accessible and sports facilities provide by this institution to sports person result.


543-547
47
  • ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN SECONDARY LEVEL TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMME OF IGNOU AND GAUHATI UNIVERSITY


Prof. Jagat Swargiary and Rajiv Kumar Jha

Abstract:
Reform of teacher education has been one of the key concerns in the report of major education Commissions and Committees on education. With increasing pressure to recruit teachers that fulfill RTE, 2009 norms of qualification many states are instituting distance


548-555
48
  • मध्यप्रदेश कृषि


Dr.R.P.SONI

Abstract:
मध्यप्रदेश कृषि


556-562
49
  • A Brif Study of Migrant Labour In India


ROOP RAJ

Abstract:
In a developing country like India with exploding population, increasing urbanization rate & regional disparities in development, the availability of adequate housing has been of great concern in the past few decades.


563-575
50
  • ROLE AND STATUS OF WOMEN IN ANCIENT INDIA


Nilay Singh

Abstract:
The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia. With a decline in their status from the ancient to medieval times, to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers, their history has been eventful.


576-579
51
  • Immigration- A Radical Field of Openness: Overcoming the Cultural Differences in Jhumpa Lahiri’s “When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine”


Mohinder Kumar

Abstract:
Since times immemorial immigration has been associated with negative connotations - nostalgia, fractured identity and insecurity


580-587
52
  • MAHATMA GANDHI AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT


Pratibha

Abstract:
The equality of men and women in the matter of political right is established by a large number of constitution, codes and laws. The constitution of the republic India prohibited discrimination against any citizen any grounds of religions,


588-590
53
  • Rights of Transgender/Transsexual and International Human Rights'


Gulab Singh Dahiya

Abstract:
In our society transgenders are looked with a different eye but they are alike us and deserve the human rights enjoyed by us.


591-597
54
  • A study of relationship between Adjustment and Academic Achievement for school-going children


Kiran Narwal

Abstract:
Mal-adjustment is a common problem in the present time. The present study examined the relationship between adjustment and academic achievement of school-going children using descriptive survey research method on a sample of 50 male school-going


598-604
55
  • A study of relationship between Adjustment and Academic Achievement of visually impaired students


Kiran Narwal

Abstract:
Mal-adjustment is a common problem in the present time. Life is a process of progressive adjustments and children should be stimulated to do their best.


605-611
56
  • ECOCRITISISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS


Dr Geetanjali

Abstract:
During the turn of century environment has emerged as a great threat to human beings as well as the earth. Attention of the writers is thus drawn towards the concern for ecology and the threat that the continuous misuse of our environment poses on humanity


612-618
57
  • WHITE COLLAR CRIME AND LEGISLATION PARTICULARLY WITH REFERENCE TO COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ACT 1952 AND CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION.


Mr. Kirtiraj B. Sawale

Abstract:
The prevalence of white collar crime in India, there are spreading like a rapid, fire in every sphere of society


619-637
58
  • DESAI’S STANCE ON SIBLING RELATIONSHIPDESAI’S STANCE ON SIBLING RELATIONSHIP IN HER NOVELS IN HER NOVELS


Dr Shelly Jain

Abstract:
Since human relationship describes the mental and emotional springs, therefore, an artist can weave a story about it. The innermost psyche of the protagonists is revealed through their interaction with those who are emotionally related to them on the basis of kinship. Naturally, no other than own siblings are nearest in the household surroundings. They bear a natural bond to share everything during their childhood when they are away from their self-interests. They share both pleasure and pain on equal footings. This kind of bondage helps them grow not only physically strong but also mentally healthy. However, lack of such bondage cause adverse effects.


638-642
59
  • SEMI-ILLITERATE WOMEN AND MIGRATION: A CASE STUDY OF KUSUMPUR PAHARI IN SOUTH DELHI- INDIA


Akhilesh Kumar

Abstract:
This study attempts to examine the reasons behind migration of semi-illiterates women to a metropolitan city – South Delhi. The study tries to assess the social and economic profile of semi-illiterate migrant women. The study also tries to understandthe role of the family during their settlement in an alien environment. The finding of the study shows that semi-illiterate migrant women face tremendous economic & social problems in urban settings.


643-654
60
  • भारतीय गाँवों का विकास एक समाजशस्त्रीय विश्लेषण


डॉ राहुल

Abstract:
भारतीय गाँवों का विकास एक समाजशस्त्रीय विश्लेषण


655-663
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