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  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON STRESS AMONG EMPLOYEES IN HOTEL INDUSTRY


Ajeet Kumar Lal Mohan

Abstract:
People in hotel industry have to deal with customers from diversified options in all aspects. When dealing with all kind of people, the employees mind should be free and he should have stress free environment to work with.


1-11
2
  • WORKING OF INDIAN FEDERALISM: 1947-2008


Saraswathi.k

Abstract:
Indian Politics has experienced tremendous changes since independence. Indian National Congress, one of the oldest parties in India (1885) has a very significant role in moulding India‟s fate.


12-22
3
  • A STUDY ON THE SKILL OF TEACHER EDUCATORS OF WEST BENGAL FOR PREPARING TEACHERS FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION


Dr. Piku Chowdhury

Abstract:
Employing well developed quality teachers is essential for inclusive educational success, and the role of teacher educators emerge as that of supreme importance in this context. Teacher educators are entrusted with the crucial task of preparing student teachers and teachers to facilitate inclusion in their classrooms.


23-33
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  • MARRIAGE, MIGRATION OF PUNJABI BRIDES INTO TRANSNATIONAL FAMILIES: A CASE STUDY OF BRAMPTON AND MISSISSAUGA, CANADA


Rahul Kumar

Abstract:
The main objective of this study is to explain the prevalence of female marriage migration to a long –distance and their post-migration experiences in transnational families. Canada like other developed countries has been the prime destination for migrants from Punjab1.


34-42
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  • AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON COMMERCIAL BANK LENDING AND THE GROWTH OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES: THE INDIAN EVIDENCE


Santosh Kumar Panda, Ganesh Prasad Panda, Dr. Anil Kumar Swain

Abstract:
In the present context, small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs) play the catalytic role in the industrial development agenda of India. But to a large extent the existence and survival of these SMEs depend on adequate financing.


43-57
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  • WORK LIFE BALANCE OF WOMEN BUS CONDUCTORS IN ANDHRA PRADESH STATE ROAD TRANSPORT CORPORATION (APSRTC) IN VISAKHAPATNAM DISTRICT


Kankipati Vijayalakshmi, Prof. P. Veni

Abstract:
In India, women are the more challenged to work equal to the men and even moving towards doing the male-dominated jobs. Such kind of challenging jobs can be seen in transportation industry like bus drivers and conductors.


58-71
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  • STUDENTS PARTICIPATION OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS - A STUDY OF TELANGANA SEPARATE STATE MOVEMENT


Peddamma Ramesh

Abstract:
Participation means to take part or have a share in common with others in the decision making process, it also refers to involvement. The concept of political participation has been understood differently by different people, some regard it as contribution in terms of money and material resources.


72-87
8
  • “PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT STRESS EXPERIENCED BY THE EMPLOYEES OF MSME SECTOR IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT”


Dr. S. Sitrarasu, Dr. G. R. Damodaran

Abstract:
Business sector these days faces a cut throat competition as a result of liberalization, privatization and globalization, and it calls for the business firms to formulate and implement suitable plans, predict the environment while preparing themselves to make proper adjustments to suit the environmental changes, ensuring effective and fullest utilization of all its resources and voluntary assumption of social responsibilities.


88-108
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  • EFFECTIVENESS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON ACHIEVEMENT IN GEOGRAPHY AMONG IX CLASS STUDENTS


Rachhpal Singh Gill, Harpreet Kaur

Abstract:
This study was conducted to see the effectiveness of cooperative learning on achievement in geography among IX class students. The sample consists of 60 students of class IX studying in two schools of Ludhiana district and these schools are affiliated to Punjab School Education Board, Mohali.


109-114
10
  • ROMANTICISM IN WORDSWORTH’S POETRY AND THE CULT OF THE CHILD


Jijina Mahajan

Abstract:
Romanticism is the revolution in the European mind against thinking in terms of static mechanism and the redirection of the mind to thinking in terms of dynamic organicism. Its values are change, imperfection, growth, diversity, the creative imagination, the unconscious.


115-122
11
  • STUDY ON FAVOURITISM AND ITS IMPACT ON LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE: AN ANALYSIS


Dr. Jaideep Kaur

Abstract:
Favoritism can be defined as “the practice of treating people better than others”. Leadership is the process of social influence as the behavior of the leader affects the followers’ behavior to a great extent.


123-133
12
  • VIRGINIA WOOLF’S MRS. DALLOWAY - AN EXPERIMENT WITH TIME


Jijina Mahajan

Abstract:
Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) was an English novelist, essayist, biographer and feminist. Woolf represents a historical moment when art was integrated into society, she is described by T S Eliot as “Without Virginia Woolf at the centre of it, it would have remained formless or marginal … with the death of Virginia Woolf, a whole pattern of culture is broken”.


134-142
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  • AGRARIAN CRISIS AND FARMERS' SUICIDES - A MAN MADE DISASTER - AN ANALYSIS ON TELANGANA


Kolapaka Cheralu

Abstract:
The Indian Agrarian Economy is facing a major crisis since 1991. The New Economic Policy adopted by the Government under the GATT rates and subsequent changes in tariffs, quantitative restrictions, quota systems, subsidies and other related aspects have had greater impact on entire economic system of the country.


143-153
14
  • PARENTING AND DETERMINANTS OF WELL BEING AMONG ADOLESCENTS – A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY


Gugulothu Rajeshwar

Abstract:
Problems in parenting arise due to lack of skills, so parents can be trained in parenting (life skills training). Life skills training have a significant effect on positive mental health and self esteem of vulnerable adolescents.


154-166
15
  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEPTION ON PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND WORK PERFORMANCE IN IT SERVICE INDUSTRY IN BENGALURU


Gunjan Tiwari, Dr. Jain Mathew

Abstract:
Performance appraisal system is an essential tool for any organization as it develops the human advantage for see and repays the regular appraisal of employees. IT industry in India is a sector which particularly defying a lot of issues related to performance appraisal.


167-180
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  • COOPERATIVE LEARNING: SOLUTION FOR BETTER CLASSROOMS


Dr. Nidhi Kakkar, Dr. Pooja Nagpal

Abstract:
Cooperative learning is a successful teaching strategy in which small teams, each with students of different levels of ability, use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject. Each member of a team is responsible not only for learning what is taught but also for helping teammates learn, thus creating an atmosphere of achievement.


181-187
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  • FACTORS AFFECTING COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY SKILLS AMONG B-SCHOOL STUDENTS


Dr. B. Janakiraman

Abstract:
Cognitive flexibility is becoming increasingly relevant and critical for the placement of today’s B-School students. Measuring the components of cognitive flexibility and finding out the factors responsible for development of the skill is the main objective of this paper.


188-201
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  • CONTEMPORARY ACTIONS TO GRAB BLACK MONEY IN INDIA: LEGAL & REGULATORY ISSUES


Anjani Singh Tomar

Abstract:
Black money in social, economic and political space of our lives has a debilitating effect on the institutions of governance and conduct of public policy in the country. Its generation and circulation causes inflation, Increase in crime rate, value erosion, and erratic market in India.


202-216
19
  • SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AND WELL-BEING


Dr. Manju Mishra

Abstract:
This paper presents an overview of relation of well-being and social relationship. Strong social relationship is an important contributes of well-being. Our need to form and maintain strong social relationship is a basic source of human motivation.


217-222
20
  • WOMEN’S CONTRIBUTION TO MANIPUR THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF PAINTING


Boby Sarangthem

Abstract:
Manipuri women are well known for their velour, skill and active involvement in various social, economic, political and cultural activities. In every moment, they take care of their families as mothers, wives, daughters, sisters and daughter-in-laws.


223-239
21
  • A PSYCHO SOCIAL STUDY ON SENIOR CITIZENS LIVING IN OLD AGE HOME


Miss Sachita Bharamappa Rudrapuri, Mr.Parasharam Basargi

Abstract:
The research presents qualitative analysis of psycho social conditions of senior citizens living in old age home. The paper examined causes for joining old age home and its impact on their mind.


240-251
22
  • PRIMARY EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN UPLIFTMENT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN INDIA


Ganapaka Kranthi Kumar

Abstract:
Education is one of the largest human enterprises undertaken by modern Government. The objectives, procedures and machinery together constitute educational administration.


252-261
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  • OF DECENTERING:A RUMINATION ONNĀGĀRJUNA’STATHĀGATA-PARĪKṣĀ


David Khomdram

Abstract:
The paper is a compendious summary focused on Nāgārjuna‟sTathāgata-parīkṣā where he examine the notion of Tathāgata and finally reveal the true nature of tathagatha. When he indulge himself with Tathāgata, he was not simply laying down the non-inherency of Tathāgata which is also the continuity of his own arguments or simply a chapter on emptiness, but by saying so he was also trying to infiltrate the structural philosophy.


262-273
24
  • RELEVANCE OF DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH CLASSROOMS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY IN THE SAUDI CONTEXT


Anis Jahan, IntakhabAlam Khan, Fariha Asif

Abstract:
English language, because of its particular linguistic structure, is not easy to learn especially for foreign language learners. In Arab countries, this issue is not easy to handle both by learners and teachers.


274-294
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  • THE SMART CITY CHALLENGE


Dr. R. Prabhakar Rao

Abstract:
The urban-rural population ratio is slowly undergoing a change in India. The percentage of population living in urban areas is rising and this trend in urbanization is likely to continue.


295-307
26
  • A STUDY ON HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING IN A TELECOM TOWER DESIGN COMPANY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CHENNAI


Dr. K. Sentamil Selvan

Abstract:
Project Information Management System (PIMS) is a system tools and techniques used in project management to deliver information. Project managers use the techniques and tools to collect, combine and distribute information through electronic and manual means.


308-321
27
  • POLITICAL CLASS AND INSTITUTIONS AS INHIBITING FORCES TO DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION AND SUSTAINABILITY IN NIGERIA


ADEOLA, G. L. (PhD)

Abstract:
Democracy is the process which allows for high level of peoples participation in decision-making and policy formulation through their chosen representatives. However, more than 15 years of democratic experience, it is a fact that in the Fourth Republic, governance at all levels in Nigeria has been characterized with lack of in-depth politicizing, inexperience and outright immaturity, so the much expected socio-economic and political dividends of democracy are not realizable.


322-351
28
  • EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH MICRO FINANCE - A STUDY OF URBAN AREAS OF WARANGAL DISTRICT


Polepaka Sumalatha

Abstract:
Financial services for the poor, often referred to as microfinance, cannot solve all the problems caused by poverty. But they can help to put economic resources and power into the hands of the poor and low-income people enabling them to make their own financial decisions and thus solve the problem of poverty.


352-361
29
  • A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY ON LABOUR WELFARE MEASURES WITH REFERENCE TO FOUNDRY INDUSTRY


Dr. G. K. Boodeppa, Mr. Parasharam Basargi,

Abstract:
The present study is made an attempt to identify the labour welfare measures adopted Foundry industry. Labour welfare means anything done for the comfort and improvement of the labours over and above the wages paid which is not a necessity of the industry.


362-373
30
  • A Comprehensive Analysis on Human Resource Accounting Practices in India


Dr. Jai Prakash Garg

Abstract:
Ever since the concept of Accounting is introduced it is undergoing significant changes and in one way Accounting is aimed at streamlining the financial processes and elements. However, the major asset, which undertakes this essential element is Human Resources, is not given proper importance or scope in today’s accounting framework. Though, there were considerable arguments both for and against viewing Human Resources as assets, the behaviourial scientists,


374-383
31
  • ATTITUDE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION


JASWINDER SINGH

Abstract:
Inclusive education means that schools should accommodate all children, regardless of their physical, intellectual, social, emotional linguistic or other conditions. The principles’ of inclusive education for example were adopted at the Salamanca world conference on special need education. At the Salamanca in conference held in Spain from 7 to 10 June 1994 and more than 300 Representatives from 92 Government 25 international organizations


384-391
32
  • THE EFFECT OF MODERNIZATION ON DIVORCE: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY


Dr. Kumari Renuka

Abstract:
This study is an attempt to know about increasing rate of divorce and various causes of divorce due to modernization at global level. Marriage is an institution which allows men and women to stay in to lead a family life. It gives a social recognition and religious sanction to two different sexes for staying together. According to Mack and Young,


392-399
33
  • The Impacts of Family Structure and Family Change On Child Outcomes w.e.f adolescence crime


Neha Kaushik and Dr.B.D.Harpalani

Abstract:
The paper provides a brief overview of the research literature on the impacts of family structure and family change on child outcomes, with a particular focus on parental separation. This paper addresses the question


400-410
34
  • Rohinton Mistry’s Such a Long Journey: Diasporic Concerns


Dr. Sandeep Kr. Sheoran,

Abstract:
With Such a Long Journey, Rohinton Mistry has focused on the hopes and aspiration, anxieties and frustrations, strengths and weaknesses, customs and beliefs of the people of Parsi community. Mistry has set his first novel Such a Long Journey


411-419
35
  • A STUDY ON NON-PERFORMING ASSETS IN KURUNJIPADI BLOCK OF CUDDALORE DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU


J. Jayanthan* Dr. A. Antony Joseph**

Abstract:
India is an agriculturally predominant country where about 75 percent of the population is dependent on it. Since the breakthrough in agricultural production technology, farm credit comprising of about 60 percent short-term credit and 40 percent term credit played a crucial role in stepping up agricultural production and employment in India.


420-426
36
  • SPIRITUAL EMANATION IN MOULANA RUMI’S PHILOSOPHY


Dr. Tabassum Sheikh

Abstract:
Jalal al Din Moulana Rumi is the greatest mystical poet of Islam. In the entire range of mystical literature of the whole world there is none equal to him either in depth or in comprehensiveness and extent. There have been mystics both in the East and the West whose experiences in the realm of the spirit may have equaled the spiritual perception of Moulana Rumi, but their emotional or intuitional side was not matched by an equally clear and powerful intellect. Moulana Rumi‟s uniqueness lies in the fact that in him reason is wedded to real and deep religious experiences.


427-436
37
  • Paper In Hindi


Dr Ravinder Kumar

Abstract:
Paper In Hindi


437-444
38
  • PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT BENEFITS STUDENTS?


DIVAKARA NAIK.K.S

Abstract:
Project based learning is a nontraditional education model that seeks to better prepare students for solving real-world problems and issues while teaching them what they need to know to succeed in school right now. Project based learning structures curriculum around discrete projects, presenting students with multi-step problems to solve or asking them complex questions they are then required to answer.


445-451
39
  • ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION LAWS IN INDIA: CHALLENGES FOR ENFORCEMENT


Vikram Singh Chouhan

Abstract:
In the present paper, an attempt has been made to briefly outline the Indian laws which are primarily and more relevant to protect and improve the environment. The enforcement of these laws has also been examined and evaluated.


452-462
40
  • Review of Literature on Working and living Conditions of workers in organized and unorganized sector


Dr. Ipseeta Satpathy Dr. B.C.M.Patnaik Narayan Tripathy

Abstract:
The present paper is an initiative to understand the various dynamics related to workers in organized and unorganized sector. The objectives of the papers are to know the various issues related to workers in unorganized and organized sectors and to undertake empirical study on this topic.


463-473
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  • ROLE OF WOMEN REPRESENTATIVES IN PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTIONS: A STUDY OF BUDGAM DISTRICT, JAMMU AND KASHMIR


Dr.Tanveer Ahmad Dar* Rubiya Farooq**

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is to study the role of women representatives in panchayati raj institutions in budgam district, Jammu and Kashmir. The sample of the study consists of 151 respondents, which were selected by multistage random sampling method.


474-492
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  • ओशो के शैक्षिक और दार्शनिक विचारों का अनुशीलन एवं उनकी प्रासंगिकता


सुनील कुमार तोमर

Abstract:
ओशो के शैक्षिक और दार्शनिक विचारों का अनुशीलन एवं उनकी प्रासंगिकता


493-503
43
  • डॉ जगदीश गुप्त के काव्य में सामाजिक चिंतन


डॉ कामना कौशिक

Abstract:
डॉ जगदीश गुप्त के काव्य में सामाजिक चिंतन


504-509
44
  • An Investigation of the Level of Emotional Intelligence level among educators in Salem City


Dr.R.Tamilmaran

Abstract:
Emotional Intelligence has been associated with positive outcome process in various professions. In the field of management, Emotional Intelligence has been a popular topic of debate in recent years


510-518
45
  • AUROBINDO’S VIEWS ON INDIVIDUAL, SOCIETY, STATE, LAISSEZ FAIRE, SOCIALISM AND FREEDOM


Dr. Gurdev Singh

Abstract:
Autobindo was a prolific writer as well as a distinguished metaphysicist. He dedicated his entire life for the betterment of humanity and mankind through the practice of Yoga in his own life and also proclaimed that the mankind is progressing towards the gol of perfect unity with the Infinite.


519-532
46
  • AUROBINDO’S THEORY OF NATIONALISM


Dr. Gurdev Singh

Abstract:
Among the contemporary Indian philosophers, Aurobindo has presented the most elaborate discussion on the terms nation and nationalism


533-544
47
  • Impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Employees Productivity- A Literature review


Dr. Srikanta Charana Das, Ambika Prasad Das,

Abstract:
The present paper is an attempt to understand the importance and impact of ICT on employees’ productivity. For this purpose secondary source is taken as base.


545-552
48
  • Narco Analysis Test as Scientific development: A Critical Analysis


DrDr. Surender Kumar

Abstract:
This article seeks to discuss sonic of the broad questions in the light of ever expanding use of Narco-Analysis, its validity with reference to the Law, criminal jurisprudence, the medical jurisprudence and the humanitarian related aspects of the accused


553-563
49
  • SABLA: A SCHEME FOR EMPOWERMENT OF ADOLSCENT GIRLS IN INDIA


Banti Rani,

Abstract:
As being an intermediate of personality building, education is dynamic and continuous process. It starts at the time of birth and remains continue till the death. Having ability to mitigate every problem of life education is useful at every stage of life as at infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and maturity.


564-570
50
  • CYBER CRIME --- A CHALLENGE


Gulab Singh Dahiya

Abstract:
In today’s e-Age, we are living e-life in Cyber World. E-Life means our existence & living in the cyber world. Since Computers & Internet are now an integral part of our personal & professional life causing every one of us as a constituting part of this cyber world


571-578
51
  • USE OF TEACHING LEARNING RESOURCES TO ENHANCE LEARNING IN COMMERCE AT SENIOR SECONDARY STAGE


Mrs. Kanwalpreet Kaur

Abstract:
Learning is the modification of learner’s behaviour through experience whether planned or unplanned. On the other hand teaching is a planned activity in which all the efforts are directed towards learning.


579-584
52
  • An Analytical Study about the State Emergency in India


Monika Singh Dr. Kailash Kumar

Abstract:
The concept of emergency has been borrowed by Germany and laid down in part XV111 of the constitution.


585-597
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