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  • A BIG CHALLENGE TO HIGH-TECH SOCIETY: CYBER TERRORISM


Dr. Shamsuddin.

Abstract:
Modern Technology permits social relation on across vast spaces. As transformations in information processing are accelerated, minimized and made cheaper, patterns of social control including the collection of information and intelligence will also be modified and reshaped.


1-11
2
  • IMPROVING GLOBAL COMPETIVENESS IN NON-LIFE INSURANCE INDUSTRY THROUGH TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT


Chirag Dhanji Patel, Dr. Ravi Gor

Abstract:
India remains the most competitive country in South Asia, appearing at number 40 in the Global competitiveness ranking of 137 countries by the World Economic Forum (WEF).


12-32
3
  • DOES SOUL REMAIN ASSOCIATED WITH THE FAMILY AFTER DEATH?


Khwaja Ayub Zickriya

Abstract:
One of the hardest parts about existence—regardless of the possibility that it does keep going forever—is the point at which a friend or family member passes on.


33-37
4
  • EMPRICAL ANALUSIS OF 74TH CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ACT OF MUNCIPAL FINANCE IN URBAN GOVERNANCEIN MACHILIPATNAM MUNICIPALITY, A.P


Nagalakshmi Gajula

Abstract:
This paper will analyse the real situation of 74th Constitutional Amendment Act relevance to municipal finance in urban governance in Machilipatnam Municipality in Andhra Pradesh.


38-61
5
  • MANAGING WORK PRESSURE & EXCESSIVE WORK IN ORGANIZATIONS


Mr. Raj Karan,Ms.Shikha Shokeen

Abstract:
As worldwide competition expands, individuals have been requested to figure out how to accomplish more with less. Organizations guarantee that worker layoffs are important to spare the business and hold employments for in any event a few people.


62-73
6
  • ROLE OF PRIMARY AGRICULTURE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


Vinod Kumar

Abstract:
Primary Agricultural Co-operative Societies (PACSs) are providing agricultural credit to farmers, distributing agricultural inputs like seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, agricultural implements and machinery, providing facilities for marketing of agricultural produce, and inculcating the habit of thrift and savings.


74-84
7
  • RETHINKING THE CONCEPT OF EQUALITY IN LIBERAL DEMOCRACY


Olalere Kunle Oluwafemi, Olaigbe Taofeek Adebayo

Abstract:
Democracy is generally defined as majoritarian rule, that is , apolitical system where the populace are allowed to undertake a meaningful and qualitative role in the process of governance in any given state.


85-94
8
  • A STUDY ON THE ROLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN YOUTH AND THEIR WELL BEING


Rabinder Paul

Abstract:
The importance of learning has been repeatedly emphasised down through the ages. Through the knowledge acquired over the ages, man has overtime improved the way he lives and helped others live.


95-101
9
  • RELATION BETWEEN PROFITABILITY AND INVESTMENTS IN TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE SECTORS IN INDIA


P V L N Sarma

Abstract:
Training is an important aspect of not only employee development but also organization development. Investments in training of employees is necessary for improved performance of the organization.


102-108
10
  • INEQUALITY IN CHILD IMMUNIZATION ACROSS MAJOR STATES IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WEST BENGAL


Sarajit Ankura

Abstract:
Universal Immunization Programme (UIP) was launched by Government of India in 1985-86 which aimed at providing free of cost vaccinations to all children.


109-121
11
  • INFLUENCE OF INTERNET ADDICTION ON MENTAL HEALTH AND ADJUSTMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS


Dr. Vinita M. Chaudhary

Abstract:
Internet is a ‘network of networks’ that links computers around the world. It is a network of millions of computers across the world and thereby it is the immense collection of resources people, information and multimedia.


122-132
12
  • PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY AGRICULTURE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN INDIA


Vinod Kumar

Abstract:
Primary Agricultural Co-operative Societies (PACSs) are providing agricultural credit to farmers, distributing agricultural inputs like seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, agricultural implements and machinery, providing facilities for marketing of agricultural produce, and inculcating the habit of thrift and savings.


133-140
13
  • THE GLOBAL DIGITAL FINANCIAL SERVICES: A CRITICAL REVIEW TO ACHIEVE FOR DIGITAL ECONOMY IN EMERGING MARKETS


Dr. Nageswara Rao Dara

Abstract:
Digital Financial Services(DFS) have significant potential to provide a range of affordable, convenitent and secure banking services to poor people in Emerging Economies.


141-163
14
  • THE NEW LOCAL AUTHORITIES ELECTION AMENDMENT ACT, 2017: ENRICHING THE CONSTITUENCY & WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN SRI LANKA


Dr. T. Krishnamohan

Abstract:
The proportional representation system was cunningly designed by the former President J R Jayewardene, in a hope to continue the UNP dominance in the parliament. Also, the present-day reformers are satisfied with this system without any further changes.


164-185
15
  • URBANISATIONAND DEPRIVED CHILDREN EDUCATION IN INDIA: EMERGING IMPEDIMENTS


Dr. Prakash Chittoor

Abstract:
In contemporary years, there has been an incremental realization that urbanization is set to accelerate with India’s transition to faster economic growth, but there is still an inadequate understanding about the need to plan for urbanization.


186-198
16
  • THE DEMONSTRABLE LINK BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES AND ORGANISATIONAL PERFORMANCE


Jared Mark Ochieno Matabi

Abstract:
Globalisation is generating immense organisations’ competitive environment. To grow and survive in such environment, organisations are obliged to perform.


199-214
17
  • WORK LIFE BALANCE AND ITS IMPACT ON WOMEN WORKERS JOB SATISFACTION IN TEXTILE SPINNING UNIT (WITH REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE DISTRICT)


Dr. B. Thangaraj

Abstract:
After entry of women at job, the work environment, that includes the salary and the leave facilities available, the nature of the work, the social support from co-workers and supervisors support and culture of the organization determine the work life balance of women workers.


215-231
18
  • WORK LIFE BALANCE AND ITS IMPACT ON WOMEN WORKERS JOB SATISFACTION IN TEXTILE SPINNING UNIT (WITH REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE DISTRICT)


Dr. B. Thangaraj

Abstract:
After entry of women at job, the work environment, that includes the salary and the leave facilities available, the nature of the work, the social support from co-workers and supervisors support and culture of the organization determine the work life balance of women workers.


215-231
19
  • CHALLENGE OF URBAN CITIZENSHIP: HOUSING CLAIMS OF POOR IN INDIA


Diksha Jha

Abstract:
Housing is a crucial dimension of welfare which at the same time has received scant attention in social welfare legislations as compared to employment, education, and health. The latter three occupy a core position in welfare and social rights talks.


232-241
20
  • ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN QUALITY OF WORK- LIFE ..AN EMPLOYEES’ PERSPECTIVE


K. Sivaramakrishna, Prof. C.V. Kannaji Rao

Abstract:
The Quality of Work Life (QWL) plays a crucial role in increasing the work-life balance of employees and bringing organizational effectiveness. It refers to the level of satisfaction, motivation, commitment and involvement of an individual’s experience with respect to their work.


242-256
21
  • EMPLOYEE PERCEPTION TOWARDS PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEM AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY


Umar Mufeed

Abstract:
In the present competitive environment organizations are continuously striving hard to improve their efficiency and performance. A motivated employee contributes significantly towards attaining organizational objectives. Commitment of employees would enhance if they are been evaluated and appraised fairly about their performance.


257-268
22
  • A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN URBAN & RURAL CONSUMERS OF WEST BENGAL ON THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARDS BRAND LOYALTY STRATEGIES OF MOBILE SERVICE PROVIDERS


Dr. Debarun Chakraborty

Abstract:
Telecommunication is imperative for economic development of India. Liberalization and privatization changed the structure of telecom sector. Now it’s a multi-player market with both public and private companies giving tough competition to each other.


269-287
23
  • PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL BEHAVIOR AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS


Dr. Anuradha Sindhwani

Abstract:
Environment sustains us all. The relationship between the environment and human beings has reached at a critical stage. A point has been reached in history when we must shape our action throughout the world with a more prudent care for their environmental consequences.


288-295
24
  • ROLE OF M. GOVERNANCE IN ADDRESSING PUBLIC GRIVANCES


Dr. Geetha Naik Vislavath

Abstract:
Governance is not all about decisions and administration of the state. It has acquired a new meaning in the democratic process of state decisions that, governance is all about collecting continuous feedback, recognizing public grievances and timely redressal of such grievances.


296-303
25
  • THE IMPACT OF IFRS ADOPTION ON EQUITY VALUATION: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS


Dr. Imran Ahmad Khan

Abstract:
The study examines the impact of IFRS on market performance of the selected companies from the chemicals sector of the economy listed on the National Stock Exchange. Earnings Per Share, Price Earnings Ratio and Dividend Yield were selected as performance criterion.


304-319
26
  • EXPECTANCY-DISCONFIRMATION BASED ASSESSMENT OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION WITH E


Sunita Saini

Abstract:
Customer satisfaction has become a pivotal option for electric utilities in Haryana to tackle with the soaring losses. This work assesses the customer satisfaction using expectancy-disconfirmation paradigm which is based on analysis of the service quality.


320-335
27
  • MEDIA COMPANIES AS ECONOMIC UNITS


Prashant Kumar

Abstract:
In order to carry out production and distribution activities media firms must be organized and operated as economic units.


336-343
28
  • LINKING ABUSIVE LEADERSHIP TO ORGANIZATION CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR: A STUDY AMONG SALES PERSONS OF GWALIOR CITY


Mr. Abhijeet Singh Chauhan

Abstract:
This study was an attempt to find out the relationship between Abusive leadership and organizational citizenship behaviors.


344-350
29
  • A Study of Feminist Approach : The Case of Post-Colonial Literature


Sompal Singh

Abstract:
Feminism has generally focused on the history of male dominance and oppression, observable in every aspect of society, particularly in literature and Language


351-354
30
  • A Study of Women Condition After Second World War in Indian English Fiction


Sompal Singh

Abstract:
The Indian English fiction in English has been enriched by many talented women novelist like Kamala Markandaya, Anita Desai, Mayantra Sehgal, Shashi Deshpande and Manju Kapur. After the Second World War, Indian women novelists got a new vision in this period,


355-357
31
  • “WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP” A NEED FOR PROSPERITY AND DEVELOPMENT


Dr.SIREESHA RANI.VASA Dr. K. HARI HARA RAJU

Abstract:
Women Entrepreneurs may be define as the women or a group of women who commence and operate a business venture. Like a male entrepreneurs a women entrepreneur has many functions.


358-368
32
  • नगर निकाय चुनावों में प्रोद्योगिकी की भूमिका


डॉ. रामचन्द्र सिंह

Abstract:
Hindi Article


369-379
33
  • ASSESSING SELF-MANAGEMENT COMPETENCY OF WORKING MANAGERS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY


Anand Bhardwaj

Abstract:
Effective managers are those who take responsibility for their professional and personal life. According to Hellriegel et al. (2005), “Taking responsibility for your life at work and beyond is a manager‟s self-management competency.”


380-391
34
  • २१ वीं सदी की हिंदी कविता : विविध विमर्श


डॉ राजेन्द्र सिंह

Abstract:
२१ वीं सदी की हिंदी कविता : विविध विमर्श


392-398
35
  • WOMEN PROTECTION UNDER CRIMINAL LAWS


Dr. Sandeep Lal

Abstract:
India, women have faced oppressed for an extended period of time. We live in a nation where gender equality is a myth and feminists are considered to be women who lack social values and morals.


399-416
36
  • AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN


DR. JASVIR

Abstract:
Violence against women is an international phenomenon. In India, rape, sexual assault, physical and verbal abuse become especially pervasive given their strongly roots in India’s history and societal norms.


417-422
37
  • JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN INDIA: A CRITICAL STUDY


Dr. Surender Kumar,

Abstract:
Children are extraordinary important asset for any country more so in India. The purpose of this paper is critically analyze the various relating to the delinquent behavior of the Juvenile which bring him in conflict with law and how for the Juvenile Justice system successful


423-430
38
  • सियाडोनी : पूर्व मध्यकालीन उत्तर भारत में एक व्यापारिक केंद्र


पिंकी कुमारी

Abstract:
सियाडोनी : पूर्व मध्यकालीन उत्तर भारत में एक व्यापारिक केंद्र


431-436
39
  • Exploring the Influence of Components of Human Resource Management on Employees’ Stress: An Empirical Evaluation of Bangladesh


Nuray Akter

Abstract:
Human Resource Management is an advanced innovative floor to identify & resolve dynamic problems of employees as its components are specified for the well-being of employees. And ‘stress managing/reducing’ policy is one of them from the perspective of social obligation


437-454
40
  • INFORMATION TECHENOLOGY ACT AS A CATALYST TO PRECIPITATE A DIGITAL LIBARARY


SANGITA GARG

Abstract:
In the present century the people live in a IT world. There has been a fundamental change in the process how information generated, stored, accessed and consumed. Information Communication Technologies


455-463
41
  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVES BY FAST FOOD CHAINS


Rashmi

Abstract:
Though women form the backbone of any progressive society but women in India face a double challenge – a bias against girl children denies them the education and the opportunities available to their male counterparts and the lack of such learning and skills development inhibits any career ambitions.


464-471
42
  • THE ROLE OF MAHATMA GANDHI IN THE FREEDOM MOVEMENT OF INDIA


Ujjawal Kumar Singh

Abstract:
Indian freedom struggle involves the political movements that were widely popularized against the oppressing outlook of the British dominion, both by employing non-violent and violent measures.


472-479
43
  • NON VIOLENCE AND THE IDEAL SOCIETY OF MAHATMA GANDHI


Manjit Kaur Bajwa

Abstract:
Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi was born on October 02, 1869 in an Average Bania family in Kathiawar, Gujarat. The title mahatma came to be associated with his name much later. Gandhi ‘s life was dedicated to the ideals of truth


480-483
44
  • A FINE BALANCE BETWEEN HOPE & DESPAIR IN ROHINTON MISTRY’S A FINE BALANCE


Dr. Ritu

Abstract:
Rohiton Mistry is considered to be one of the foremost authors of Indian Heritage writing in English. His second novel A Fine Balance has received virtually unanimous praise.


484-487
45
  • THE THEME OF LOVE AND DEATH IN AUROBINDO'S EPIC 'SAVITRI'


Dr. Anupam Jain

Abstract:
The versatile poetic genius of Sri Aurobindo has found its perfect expression in the famous epic 'Savitri' .It is the highest poetic achievement of Sri Aurobindo. He was a great spiritual person and spirituality is the foundation of Indian culture


488-494
46
  • A Study on the Construction of the Scale to Measure the Socio-Economic Status in Rural and Urban Communities in India


Dr. Ramana Yadla

Abstract:
The commonly used available scales for measurement of socio-economic status with some cross regional applicability are old and have lost their relevance. There is a need for the development of a valid and reliable instrument for measurement of socio-economic status in rural and urban communities in India


495-506
47
  • भारतीय लोकतंत्र में दलित राजनीति का भविष्य


सुधा कुमारी

Abstract:
भारतीय लोकतंत्र में दलित राजनीति का भविष्य


507-514
48
  • PROPERTY RIGHTSFOR DAUGHTERS UNDER HINDU SUCCESSION AMENDMENT ACT, 2005


Mrs. VineetaParihar

Abstract:
Ownership stands for the rights of a person in the fullest degree to manage, use and takedecisions regards of land or goods. Property is one of the elementary institutions of society and its concept is as old as history.


515-520
49
  • GENDER BASED PHYSICAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN SLUMS


Harshita Agarwal

Abstract:
Violence is an extreme form of aggression, such assault or murder. Violence has many causes, such as frustration, media, and exposure to violence in the home or neighborhood and a tendency to see other people’s actions as hostile even when they’re not.


521-537
50
  • EFFECT OF DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES ON ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN EASTERN RAILWAY


*Prajna Paromita Dey **Dr. Jai Singh Parmar *Prajna Paromita Dey **Dr. Jai Singh Parmar

Abstract:
The present study has been conducted with the purpose of examining the organizational culture of Eastern Railway. It also examines whether perception of organizational culture differ according to the demographic variables.


538-552
51
  • “IMPACT OF INSIDER TRADING ON SECURITIES MARKET IN INDIA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS”


Tarun Kumar, Dr. Ranbir Kaur Bhangu, Dr. Aman Khera

Abstract:
The 21st century has changed the ways of doing business. The online means of doing business has led to massive increase in business activities. The rapid expansion of corporate business all over the world has opened various new business ventures.


553-563
52
  • CONTRIBUTION OF DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR IN INDIAN CONSTITUTION


MONIKA CHOPRA

Abstract:
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's role and contribution to the making of the Indian constitution is certainly of the most significant level- on 15th August 1947, when India achieved its independence, Nehruji made Ambedkar as his first Law Minister, in recognition of his legal powers; and also, in fact, made him the chairman of the Indian Constitution Drafting committee.


564-572
53
  • ALICE WALKER- THE CHAMPION OF AFRO AMERICAN CAUSE


Dr. Sharda Singh

Abstract:
The decade of 1970s emerged as an era of black renaissance in black literature. Several Afro- American womanist writers framed a body of literature which were canonized and got universality in its approach


573-578
54
  • NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT IN INDIAN CONTEXT


Dr. Anil Kumar

Abstract:
New Public Management (NPM) is a management skills used by governments to modernize the public sector with the new management techniques. It is a broad and very complex term used to describe the wave of public sector reforms throughout the World since the 1980s.


579-584
55
  • NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT IN INDIAN CONTEXT


Dr. Anil Kumar

Abstract:
New Public Management (NPM) is a management skills used by governments to modernize the public sector with the new management techniques. It is a broad and very complex term used to describe the wave of public sector reforms throughout the World since the 1980s.


579-584
56
  • दीन दयाल उपाध्याय का आर एस एस व जनसंघ से संबंध।


PARVEEN KUMAR

Abstract:
पण्डित दीन दयाल उपाध्याय राष्ट्र के सच्चे राष्ट्र भक्त के रूप में भारतवाससयों के प्रेरणास्त्रोत रहे हैं।दीनदयाल उपाध्याय का जन्म 25 ससतम्बर 1916 को जयपुर ण्जले के धानक्या ग्राम में


585-590
57
  • CITIZEN’S CHARTER


Dr. Anil Kumar

Abstract:
Now a days, in Indian scenario there has been raised an issue of black money, kept in Swiss bank. In Parliament, few leaders raised their voice against this issue, and demanded to bring back Indian money from foreign countries especially form Swiss bank in Switzerland


591-599
58
  • ब्रिटिश काल में भारत का स्थानीय शासन


डॉ गुरदेव सिंह

Abstract:
ब्रिटिश काल में भारत का स्थानीय शासन


600-610
59
  • RAJA RAM MOHAN ROY AND THE ABOLITION OF SATI SYSTEM IN INDIA


Mr. Sanjeev Kumar

Abstract:
Raja Ram Mohan Roy was hailed as the father of Indian Renaissance. Nineteenth Century India witnessed a remarkable transformation in the Social ideas in the History of India. Age old ‘Sati system’, ie, burning of Widow in her dead husband’s funeral pyre which existed in India was abolished due to the effort of Raja Ram Mohan Roy He was the founder of Brahmo samaj and he also played a vital role in the abolition of Polygamy and Child marriage in India.


611-619
60
  • SOIL DIGGING IN PHAPHAMAU REGION ALLAHABAD UP: ITS CAUSES AND IMPACT


Bechan Yadav

Abstract:
Basna drain is a tributary of river Ganga. The drain is suffering for its existence, due to drastic digging in the basin of the drain. Hence, there is no more existence of Basna drain in future in Phaphamau area.


620-629
61
  • A Comprehensive Analysis on Human Resource Accounting Practices in India


Dr. D. Rabindranath Solomon

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.


630-637
62
  • EDUCATION AND SOCIAL STATUS OF WOMEN: AN INTER-STATE COMPARISON WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WEST BENGAL AND ANDHRA PRADESH IN INDIA


Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
A study was undertaken in West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh comprising of one district in each state among the 60 respondents to examine the relationship between education and women’s social status.


638-646
63
  • निमाड़ क्षेत्र के माध्यमिक स्तर के विद्यालयों में शहरी एवं ग्रामीण क्षेत्र की महिला शिक्षको की शिक्षण प्रभावशीलता का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


ऋतू चौबे, डॉक्टर हेमंत

Abstract:
निमाड़ क्षेत्र के माध्यमिक स्तर के विद्यालयों में शहरी एवं ग्रामीण क्षेत्र की महिला शिक्षको की शिक्षण प्रभावशीलता का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


647-651
64
  • विभिन्न प्रकार की रक्षा युक्तियों का प्रयोग करने वाली उच्चतर माध्यमिक स्तर की छात्राओ की शैक्षणिक स्तर का अध्ययन


श्रीमती नीता, डॉक्टर एम. रजा खान

Abstract:
विभिन्न प्रकार की रक्षा युक्तियों का प्रयोग करने वाली उच्चतर माध्यमिक स्तर की छात्राओ की शैक्षणिक स्तर का अध्ययन


652-656
65
  • माध्यमिक स्तर के शासकीय एवम अशासकीय विद्यालयों के विद्यार्थियों में पर्यावरण शिक्षा के प्रति जागरूकता का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


अशरफ उन नबी खान, डॉक्टर ऍन. के. कौशिक

Abstract:
माध्यमिक स्तर के शासकीय एवम अशासकीय विद्यालयों के विद्यार्थियों में पर्यावरण शिक्षा के प्रति जागरूकता का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


657-660
66
  • गीता में प्रतिपादित ज्ञान, कर्म और भक्तियोग का समन्वय


बृजेश कुमार सिंह

Abstract:
गीता में प्रतिपादित ज्ञान, कर्म और भक्तियोग का समन्वय


661-663
67
  • अभिनय- विज्ञान का स्वरूप


अपर्णा

Abstract:
अभिनय- विज्ञान का स्वरूप


664-667
68
  • माध्यमिक स्तर के छात्र एवं छात्राओं के मूल्यों का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


श्रीमती विनीता शुक्ला, डॉक्टर श्रीमती ज्योत्सना खरे

Abstract:
माध्यमिक स्तर के छात्र एवं छात्राओं के मूल्यों का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


668-671
69
  • सतत एवं व्यापक मूल्यांकन के प्रति ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के शिक्षकों की अभिवृति का अध्ययन


शरद कुमार शर्मा, डॉक्टर असरारुल गनी

Abstract:
सतत एवं व्यापक मूल्यांकन के प्रति ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के शिक्षकों की अभिवृति का अध्ययन


672-677
70
  • AWARENESS AND IMPACT OF SWACHH BHARAT MISSION IN RURAL AREAS OF NORTH WEST DELHI


Ritu Bajaj, Vibha Satija

Abstract:
Cleanliness is important in our life as well as for the nation. Cleanliness is most important for physical well-being and a healthy environment.Our country has been focusing on personal hygiene but when it comes to social hygiene then it becomes a question who will initiate and accept the challenge. Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of clean India, but his dream of a clean India is still unfulfilled. He wished of clean India and even used it as a tool to integrate different sections of society. But his dream of clean India still remains unfulfilled.


678-687
71
  • तुलनात्मक साहित्य का स्वरूप


डॉ राजेश कुमार

Abstract:
तुलनात्मक साहित्य का स्वरूप


688-690
72
  • EFFECT OF CORE STRENGTHENING EXERCISES BETWEEN “ON’’ AND “OFF” SWISS BALL ON NON -SPECIFIC POSTURAL LOW BACK PAIN


Shilpa Jain1, Sapna Dhiman2 Dr Charu Sharma3Shilpa Jain1, Sapna Dhiman2 Dr Charu Sharma3

Abstract:
Low back pain defined as the pain and discomfort, localized below the coastal margin and above the inferior gluteal folds, with or without leg pain. Postural low back pain can be because of prolonged standing and sitting,


691-699
73
  • Identity Crisis and Different Feministic Approach in Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake


Dr. Mani Mohan Mehta and Ifshan Rashid

Abstract:
The Indian feministic fiction is mostly related to the pessimism, negative approach and the predicament of women in the male dominated society. Women are shown as a kind of puppet in the patriarchal society.


700-703
74
  • माध्यमिक स्तर की शहरी एवं ग्रामीण क्षेत्र की छात्राओं की कैरियर प्राथमिकता का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


उपमा सिंह, डॉक्टर अनामिका पांडेय

Abstract:
माध्यमिक स्तर की शहरी एवं ग्रामीण क्षेत्र की छात्राओं की कैरियर प्राथमिकता का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


704-708
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