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  • A STUDY OF KEY-DRIVERS AFFECTING USAGE OF ELECTRONIC PAYMENT FOR ONLINE PURCHASEAMONG YOUTH IN PUNJAB


Syed Tabrez Hassan

Abstract:
Digital or electronic payments are non-physical ways of exchange of currencies and utilities among buyers and sellers, which exhibits the same properties as those of physical one without having a tangible presence. This method can be utilised for buying physical goods and services.


1-8
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  • "THE SOCIAL VALUE AMONG WOMEN OF DIFFERENT SOCIAL CLASSES AND AGE GROUPS IN INDIA."


Dr. Annapurna Gupta

Abstract:
The present research was undertaken to investigate the differences in social classes and age groups in their social value. The sample consisted of 300 women from Kanpur City. Random sampling technique was used for selection of the subjects.


9-15
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  • SCIENTOMETRIC ASSESSMENT OF GLOBAL PUBLICATIONS OUTPUT ON GREEN TECHNOLOGY DURING 2006-2015


Dr. V. Kalaiappan, Dr. R. Santha kumar

Abstract:
This paper attempts to highlight the growth of green technology research in global based on the number of publications appeared in the web of science database. During the period (2006-2015) a total of 8610 publications were published by the scientists in the field.


16-32
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  • UNRAVELLING A CRITICAL EVENT: 1987 KASHMIR ELECTION


Sarbani Sharma

Abstract:
Crisis as a methodological exercise using the apparatus of an event provide us with certain analytical modes or points of access in the study of human life. This paper demonstrates how a critical event in the history of Jammu and Kashmir- the 1987 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Elections instituted a new modality of historical action and practices which were not inscribed in the inventory of the prevailing situation in the state.


33-43
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  • IMPACT OF SELF-HELP GROUPS UPON HEALTH OF PARTICIPATING WOMEN: EVIDENCE FROM RANCHI DISTRICT IN JHARKHAND STATE, INDIA


Dr. Soumitro Chakravarty

Abstract:
This working research paper examines the impact of Self-Help Groups (SHGs) upon the health status of participating women across two blocks of the Ranchi District in the state of Jharkhand, India. Predominantly SHGs function as a tool for socio-economic development of women by engaging them in income generation activities and providing them customized financial services in a need-based manner to make them economically self-reliant.


44-54
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  • EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE MEASURES


Dr. P. N. Premalatha

Abstract:
According to Kofi Annan “There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women.” Development programs to empower women are unproductive if population and reproductive health care programs are not taken at the same time.


55-67
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  • “ETHICS ON VIOLENCE”


“ETHICS ON VIOLENCE”

Abstract:
This work is a thought experiment on violence and also over all view of my M.Phil dissertation by taking references of the Bhagvad Geeta and western philosophy that tries to seek a general definition of „what is just?‟ in trying to understand how violence occur and what are its solution? However, there is no ultimate solution or end of violence in this article.


68-80
8
  • IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL


Anindya Saha, Sougata Majumder

Abstract:
Performance Appraisal is the systematic evaluation of performance of employees and to understand the abilities of a person for further improvement. Performance appraisal is generally required to maintain records in order to determine compensation packages, identify the strength and weakness of employee to place right men on right job, proper feedback from employee regarding their performance etc.


81-89
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  • A BIO-GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY ON MAJOR EXISTED AND ENDANGERED PHYTO-RESOURCES OVER FRAGILE AND SENSITIVE COASTAL TRACT OF MIDNAPORE IN WEST BENGAL


Rabin Das

Abstract:
Any coastal region contains plant resources having great socio-economical standards which remain uncultivated to most of the people, thus results in obliteration and taking away of coastal floras incessantly. This paper reports the composition and distribution of Coastal floras including a total of over 90 species belonging to 66 Genera and 45 families surveyed using ecological methodology along with direct interviews with ethnic groups adjacent to the dune vegetation, native traditional healers, Ayurvedic practitioners and botanists dealing with medicinal wild plants in selective coastal villages of East Medinipore, West Bengal.


90-117
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  • KLEPTOCRACY AS THE IDEOLOGY OF NIGERIAN RULERS: A GLIMPSE AT THE FOURTH REPUBLIC.


Ugumanim Bassey Obo, Jacob Iba Omenka, Tabitha Venenge Agishi

Abstract:
It is widely agreed that Nigeria is an immensely endowed country, and if its huge resources had been prudently managed and deployed, the country would not have been in the embarrassingly deplorable condition it presently finds itself. This study adopts a documentary survey of extant relevant data, which are then analysed within the purview of our research supposition.


118-134
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  • METAPHYSICAL TRANSACTIONS POSSIBLE BETWEEN SEMITIC AND EASTERN RELIGIONS


Khwaja Ayub Zickriya

Abstract:
Semitic religions are the religions that originated among the Semites. According to Bible prophet Noah had a son called Shem and the decedents of Shem are called Semites and therefore the religion followed by Jews, Christians, Arabs, Assyrians, Phoenicians and Baha’i, et cetera, with the original teachings associated with prophet Shem are called as Semitic religions.


135-142
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  • MINORITY RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY IN INDIA: MYTH OR REALITY


Dr. Md. Ayub Mallick

Abstract:
The work is basically based on the relevance of minority rights in Indian democracy which is pluralist in nature. I have tried to explore that relevance in the present day scenario.


143-156
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  • CANONICAL CORRELATIONAL MODELOF CULTURE AND LEARNING: A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO SME ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT


Ramkumar S, Dr. MSR Mariyappan

Abstract:
This paper tries to explore the cultural influences on organizational learning exclusively in small and medium enterprises with reference to Mysuru district of Karnataka. It is not necessary to argue that the large scale enterprises have their own scientific process to inculcate their unique culture aligned with their organizational goals.


157-176
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  • ROLE OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN INFLUENCING STUDENT’S GROWTH AND PERFORMANCE AS A CONSUMER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES AND FACILITATING HOLISTIC LEARNING IN INDIA


Aarti Sharma, Ashish Dhar Mishra

Abstract:
Student Engagement is the time that the student devotes in the educational activities and the holistic learning, facilities and opportunities that the institution provides to the student in the form of learning. This paper highlights the relationship between the four essential variables of the student engagement with the performance and growth of the student.


177-188
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  • ROLE OF SELF HELP GROUP IN EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN


Dr. P. Chand Basha

Abstract:
Women in India are the victims of multiple socio–economic and cultural factors. Emancipation of women is a pre-requisite for nation’s economic development and social upliftment. In this context, Self-Help Groups (SHGs) have emerged as the tool that wields power to create a socio- economic revolution in the rural areas of our country.


189-198
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  • UNEQUAL DEVELOPMENTS TO ACCESS THE RESOURCES AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION OF SCHEDULED CASTE IN URBAN SLUMS


Ravi A Gajbhiye, Kavita Chohan

Abstract:
SCs are represented 16.2 percent population in India. Nearly half of the population is living in the slums. As we know right to live in dignified ways is the basic rights of all human being, but when we visit the slums we easily realized the how the rights confined, The Indian slums are unsuitable to live and improvement of socio-economic status.


199-216
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  • “CHILD ACTIVIST MALALA –A CRUSADER OF GIRLS RIGHTS”


Rallapalli Bhramara Sree

Abstract:
The undaunted struggles of the young inspire millions all over the world. To focus on the realities is an attempt to explore the issue and create space for public policy makers.


217-227
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  • UNDERSTANDING DOWNWARD CAUSATION: ANALYZING PAUL HUMPHREYS’ ARGUMENTS IN HIS ARTICLE “HOW PROPERTIES EMERGE”


Suraiya Menon, Dr. RM Singh

Abstract:
This paper aims to analyze Paul Humphreys Arguments on “Emergence of properties”. It brings to the surface the presumptions of him in regard to the possibility of emergence of properties.


228-239
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  • STUDY OF SEXUAL SELF DISCLOSURE AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN SINGLE AND DUAL EARNING COUPLES


Dr. Kamini C. Tanwar, N. Navya

Abstract:
Sexual self-disclosure is one of the most intimate forms of self-disclosure and it directly impacts quality of life among couples. The present study focuses on sexual self-disclosure (SSD) and quality of life (QOL) in single and dual earning couples.


240-255
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  • A STUDY ON TALENT ACQUISITION AND RETENTION IN INFOSYS


Syed Mansoor Pasha, Prof. Badiuddin Ahmed

Abstract:
In today’s competitive world technology, social and economic changes across the world are placing new challenges to the organizations. It sounds necessary to acquire and retain talented employees in the organization.


256-264
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  • THE DECADES OF MODERN EXCLUSION OF SC/STS THROUGHUNION & STATES BUDGET: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS


Dr. Nageswara Rao Dara

Abstract:
This paper analyse the real situation of exclusion of SCs/STs through Budget and diverting allocated sub-plan funds. Adivasis and Dalits have been deprived of a staggering over decades by successive governments.


265-295
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  • A STUDY ON “MANAGEMENT STUDENTS‟ OPINION ON TEACHERS‟ MOBILITY” (A CASE STUDY OF GUNTUR AND KRISHNA DISTRICTS OF ANDHRA PRADESH)


Mr. Pulla Rao Kota, Dr. S. Vijaya Raju

Abstract:
“Teachers Mobility” as a term is used recently in literature which means movement/relocation of teacher from one college to another or one job to another. Job mobility intention refers as conscious wilfulness to seek other alternative job opportunities in other organizations.


296-312
23
  • SUM SQUARE PRIME LABELING OF SOME SNAKE GRAPHS


Sunoj B S, Mathew Varkey T K

Abstract:
Sum square prime labeling of a graph is the labeling of the vertices with {0,1,2------,p-1} and the edges with square of the sum of the labels of the incident vertices. The greatest common incidence number of a vertex (gcin) of degree greater than one is defined as the greatest common divisor of the labels of the incident edges.


313-319
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  • ADDRESSING GENDER EQUALITY THROUGH CLASSROOM TRANSACTION: INNOVATIVE DISCOURSES


Dr. Ritu Bakshi

Abstract:
The relationship between gender equality and violence is multifaceted. Evidence suggests that gender inequalities prevailing in the society increase the risk of violence by men against women and have tendencies to restrain the ability of those affected to seek protection.


320-326
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  • CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE SOCIETAL ROLE OF GOVERNMENT, CORPORATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY


Dr Chandrakanta Sahoo

Abstract:
Business is an organ of society. Therefore, they coexist. When business does not flourish, it hinders the societal development.


327-334
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  • NUTRITIONAL AWARENESS OF WOMEN ON ANEMIA: EFFECT OF VARIOUS SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS


Kiran Arya, Dr..V..L..V..Kameshwarii

Abstract:
Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency and the leading cause of anemia in the world. However, there has been negligible explore on women’s consciousness of anemia.


335-348
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  • A STUDY ON BRAND LOYALTY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO REFRIGERATORS


Dr. M. Rajesh

Abstract:
Brand loyalty is positive feelings towards a brand and dedication to purchase the same product or service repeatedly now and in the future from the same brand, regardless of a competitor’s actions or changes in the environment. It can also be demonstrated with other behaviors such as positive word of mouth advocacy.


349-355
28
  • PETER THE GREAT


Aparna Varma

Abstract:
This paper in depth talks about one of the most important leaders of Russia Peter the Great who not only modernized Russia but gave the country its present shape and meaning. The aesthetic value of Moscow and St. Petersburg can be attributed to Peter.


356-372
29
  • POSTCOLONIALISM: RESPONSES FROM AFRICA


Aparna Varma

Abstract:
The British Empire covered a significant part of the globe, Africa being one of its major colonies. The emergent postcolonial agenda in African intellectual thinking is being reflected by the colonial legacies that have shaped Africa’s subjectivities and societal structures.


373-379
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  • SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION: ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE


Vura Parvathi Devi, Enumula Ramesh

Abstract:
Indian education system was confined to the elitist group. With the practice of Varna system, the education was tailored to suit the needs of the priest (Brahmin) community, who were taught to read and write for religious and ritualistic purposes.


380-391
31
  • HEALTH INSURANCE IN INDIA- PROSPECTS & CHALLENGES


Shri Ashimava Praharaj

Abstract:
Health is wealth. Good health required for the growth and development of the human resource in society. So every human being wants to ensure themselves. But the cost of high health care is beyond the reach of common man practically for poor people in India.


392-404
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  • REALITY SHOWS AND NON-METRO URBAN YOUTH GRATIFICATION: A STUDY OF TWO REALITY SHOWS ON INDIAN TELEVISION


Dr. Silajit Guha, Deewash P Rai

Abstract:
Reality shows on television have been a new sensation among all the sections of television viewers irrespective of their socio-cultural differences. Not only in India, the popularity of reality television as an important genre has been proved to be successful across the different countries of the world.


405-424
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  • DALITS AND EDUCATION IN WESTERN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW OF DALIT EDUCATIONAL ACTIVISM IN COLONIAL PERIOD


Dr. Prabodhan Aravind Pol

Abstract:
This paper seeks to provide an overview of educational activism conducted by Dalit activists during the colonial period. It seeks to focus on the period between the late 19th century and the mid 1940s.


425-436
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  • PATTERN OF LANDUSE IN KARNAL DISTRICT, HARYANA


Dr. Daljit Kaur

Abstract:
Land use is the total arrangement and the activity that human beings undertaken on earth surface. According to the changing needs of the society, time to time, the land use also changed.


437-448
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  • ASSESS THE EFFECT OF SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE ON KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES ON ROAD SAFETY MEASURES AMONG SCHOOL CHILDREN


Mr. Dhanraj Babu, (Associate Professor), Ms. Arunima Sreeletha, (Clinical Instructor)

Abstract:
Globally road traffic injuries are the leading cause of death among young people aged 15-19 years and second leading cause among 5-14 year olds. The UN General Assembly has declared 2011 to 2020 as the "Decade of Action for Road Safety”.


449-454
36
  • हरियाणा में असहयोग आंदोलन


Suman Rani

Abstract:
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455-461
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  • Environmental Awareness among D.Ed., B.Ed. and M.Ed. students.


Dr. Kompal Wadhawan

Abstract:
Environment includes all living and non living components. It is the sum of all conditions and influences that affect the development and life of organism


462-468
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  • Women Empowerment and English in the Globalized World


Pratibha

Abstract:
Education, as a social process, focuses on the reproduction of knowledge and sociological perspectives can further the understanding of the educational problems by locating this understanding within the context of social change


470-475
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