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  • SPAM A CYBER CRIME USING A KNOWLEDGE TRICK


Ajay Singh

Abstract:
Spamming is a very common form of cybercrime. Spam is basically unwanted emails and message. Cyber Crime is a social engineering attack that scares every internet user, banks, companies and many other organizations.


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  • A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE RETENTION AS A CHALLENGE IN INDIAN LEATHER INDUSTRY


Dr. D. Madhava Priya

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Employee retention is the vital challenge faced by all organizations. This papers focus on one industry that is the leather industry of India which is facing the same problem of retention of employees due to many reasons.


10-21
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  • ETHNO-GENESIS OF AFGHANS: THEORY OF AFGHAN DESCENT FROM ISRAELITES


Bilal Ahmad Sheikh

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The Afghans, Pashtuns, or Pathans, as the race is indifferently called, is an ancient race having its own identity, specific values, norms and traditions. However, theorigin of the Afghans is involved in obscurity which has given rise to a variety of opinions.


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  • EVOLUTION PROCESS AND REFORMS IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA


Dr. A. Vennila, Mr. Dinesh S

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Education is of critical importance for development. It has intrinsic and instrumental value and considered a human right in modern parlance with potential of empowering the underprivileged. India with its ancient heritage of imparting education through Gurukul system (students staying at Guru’s or teacher’s home to complete education) created institutions of higher learning which were of international repute.


35-40
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  • A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF LAW AND POLICY ON ELDERLY VICTIMS IN INDIA


A. Marisport

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Old is gold is a proverb which explains the value of old things and people whereas, when men become old they are considered as burden. Due to industrialization and nuclear family culture, elder people are abandoned and neglected by their own family members.


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  • IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL ON INTERNET ADDICTION: A STUDY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN INDIA


Aman Khera, Prof. Sanjay Kaushik, Prof. Sanjeev K. Sharma

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Internet has revolutionized our lives. It has made the world a global village. Although internet has positive aspects but the emerging negative aspects cannot be ignored.


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  • ARLEKIN: A COLLABORATIVE ACTION-RESEARCH-TRAINING PROJECT WITHOUT FRONTIERS1


Ana Maria Costa e Silva, Maria de Lurdes Carvalho, André Moisan, Clarisse Fortecöef

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ABSTRACT This article presents the characteristics and methodology related to the implementation of a European project centered on the training of social mediators through European mobility and collaborative action-research.


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  • INTERVENTION OF STATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY FOR CHILD RIGHTS PROTECTION


D. Srinivasa, Dr. Y. S. Siddegowda

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The role of state and civil society in the protection of child rights in India is primarily analyzed in this article which is based on secondary data analysis. The legislature is responsible for making laws that would benefit the citizens of the country.


88-96
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  • THE LEVEL OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT APPLICATION BY KUWAITI PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AGENCIES FROM EMPLOYEES’ PERSPECTIVE


Mohammad Q. Ahmad Al-Qarioti

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This study examines strategic management (SM) in Kuwaiti public administration agencies, (ministries, government authorities/institutions, and state-owned companies) and obstacles they face from employees’ perspectives. The study sample was a convenient stratified sample consisting of (381) employees.


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  • माता - पिता के तनाव एवं झगडो में पिस्ता बंटी


सोनिया देवी

Abstract:
माता - पिता के तनाव एवं झगडो में पिस्ता बंटी


127-129
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  • Dalit Literature a mode to show the plight of Dalits in Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance and Kancha Ilaiah’s Untouchable God


Siddhant

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Dalit intellectuals operate their mode of resistance creatively through Dalit literature, the most powerful expression. Dalit literature is an arduous endeavor from the canonical to the marginal, from mega narratives to micro narratives, from the virtual to the real and from self emulation to self affirmation.


130-136
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  • RECENT TRENDS AND PARADIGM SHIFT IN TEACHER EDUCATION


RANJEETA

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The quality of an education system largely depends on the quality, characteristics and commitment of the teachers to their profession


137-144
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  • PRE-SERVICE AND IN SERVICE TRAINING FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT


Kompal Wadhawan

Abstract:
Everyone concerned with the educational system’s performance agrees that the improvement of teaching qualities is a high priority in any educational programs. Teachers are assigned the role of change agents and are presented with new challenges, e.g. to make education global and permanent, flexible enough to serve in any environment for life, and reflective of the community.


145-155
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  • प्रगतिवाद और नागार्जुन


डॉक्टर अरुणा चोपड़ा

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प्रगतिवाद और नागार्जुन


156-160
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  • प्राक्रतिक चिकित्सा पद्धति में एक्यूप्रेशर का योगदान


डॉक्टर मंजू पटेल

Abstract:
प्राक्रतिक चिकित्सा पद्धति में एक्यूप्रेशर का योगदान?


161-163
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