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  • PROFESSIONAL COMMITMENT: A STUDY OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN INDIA


Dr. C. Somashekher

Abstract:
The present study is an empirical research pertaining to the growth of a new profession in the changing modern society. This study focuses on the commitment among the Information Technology professionals.


1-11
2
  • A STUDY OF ALLOCATION OF BANK CREDIT TO VARIOUS INDUSTRIES (2009-10 to 2016-17)


Dr Mala Sharma

Abstract:
India is claimed to be world’s seventh largest economy. India Economic summit 2017 declared that though India’s GDP growth recently dipped to 5.7% still India is growing faster than any other large economy excluding china.


12-21
3
  • A STUDY ON THE CHALLENGES FACED BY SMALL AND MARGINAL WOMEN FARMERS IN RURAL ZAMBIA


Dr. T. Marirajan, Mrs. Mulenga Chilese

Abstract:
Women farmers play a critical role in the development agriculture sector. The forty three percent of agriculture labourer comprises of women and in some in goes upto 70 per cent.


22-31
4
  • EXPORT POTENTIAL IN ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY: REVIEW OF LITERATURE


Saurabh Subhash Patil, Dr. Prashant Warke

Abstract:
We can observe significant growth in electrical and electronics industry in last few decades. In India many industries involved in electrical business become exporters.


32-38
5
  • HUMAN CAPITAL AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT: EMERGING ISSUES IN INDIA


Jitendra Pradhan (Ph.D. Research Scholar)

Abstract:
The study focuses on three main themes critical for leveraging human capital for the success of the “Make in India” initiative i.e. Skill development and Human Capital Management.


39-49
6
  • AN ESSAY ON THE LEPCHA COMMUNITY: THE AUTOCHTHONES OF SIKKIM AND DARJEELING


Nani Gopal Mandal

Abstract:
The Lepchas, a kind and gentle,but docile raceisbelieved to be the autochthonous tribe of the Eastern Himalayan part of Sikkim and Darjeeling.


50-73
7
  • A STUDY OF PSYCHOSOCIAL CHALLENGES OF ARMY PERSONNEL WIDOW “WAR BEGINS AFTER ITS END”


Dr. Naina Sharma, Professor Ritu Lehal

Abstract:
The history of our glorious nation has had many instances of invasions by foreign enemies, and every time, they funnelled into our country through the land of five rivers, Punjab. India after independence has gone through 4 major wars viz.


74-91
8
  • A STUDY ON SIGNIFICANCE OF REWARDS & RECOGNITION POLICY ASA TOOL FOR EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION


Mr.Santhosh Kumar. S , Dr. Adarsha K, Mr. Arun Kumar D.C, Dr. P V Raveendra

Abstract:
Modern organizations are waking up to the fact that they have to strike a balance between employee’s contribution to the organization and the organization’s contribution towards the employee. To establish this balance, many organizations are realizing the importance of a well-balanced system of Rewards &Recognition.


92-102
9
  • SELF ESTEEM AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE – A COMPRATIVE STUDY ON ADOLESCENT FACEBOOK USERS AND FACEBOOK NON USERS


Dr. Sudha.M

Abstract:
Facebook is one of the most commonly used social networking sites among the adolescents. This research study aimed at studying the patterns of using facebook by early adolescents, differences between self esteem and academic performance of facebook users and non facebook users.


103-111
10
  • RECENT TRENDS IN AGRICULTURAL MARKETING IN TELANGANA– A STUDY


Dr. T. Sheshu

Abstract:
Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy as the economic development of this country is very much relied upon the agricultural activities.


112-122
11
  • UNDERSTANDING HUMAN SOUL- ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE.


Khwaja Ayub Zickriya

Abstract:
The Muslim researchers down the ages since the initiation of the Quran have pondered the idea of mind or illm-al Nafs and have contributed abundantly in understanding the brain and conduct of people.


123-137
12
  • EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS OF THE HIV / AIDS AFFECTED CHILDREN


Ms. Karunyadevi, Dr. M. Buvaneswaran

Abstract:
Children with chronic illness, in general, are found to be at greater risk for psychiatric problems, including depression, anxiety, and feelings of isolation. Children with HIV/AIDS have additional factors in complexity of their illness and treatment as well as in the adverse psychological circumstances and poverty in which many live.


138-147
13
  • SUICIDES WITH RESPECT TO AGE AND SEX IN INDIA


Dr. Simranjeet Singh Bains

Abstract:
Vital factors responsible for suicide are psychiatric disorders, drug misuse, psychological states, culture, genetic, economic, family and social situations. About eight lakh people commit suicide worldwide every year, of these 1.35 lakh (17%) are residents of India (G.O.I. Report, 2012).


148-152
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  • BEHAVIOURAL ISSUES IN CHILDREN LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS


Sadhna Jain

Abstract:
The children with HIV/AIDS are at increased risk of facing violence against them. A few studies have examined the co- occurrence of violence against children with HIV/AIDS, deprivations caused by progressive HIV infection and development of behavioural issues in them.


153-163
15
  • A STUDY OF STRESS & ITS IMPACT ON STUDENTS


Prof. Dalvir Singh

Abstract:
Factors such as physical and mental, family, job, relationship and social are the main source of stress among the students.


164-177
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  • PROBLEMS FACED BY WOMEN AGRIPRENEURS IN INDIA - A PROSPECTIVE


Madasi Ramesh

Abstract:
The focus of the Indian Government was to frame the major policies based on equity along with growth in the agriculture sector.


178-188
17
  • A BLACK SATURDAY IN NEPAL 2015: AN IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY OF EARTHQUAKES ON GENDER PERSPECTIVE


Etimanjari Rout,PhD Scholar.

Abstract:
Since time immoral Nepal is witnessing increased number of disaster such as flood, fire, landslide, climate change, earthquake and so on. Among these disasters earthquake is more devastating event.


189-209
18
  • A STUDY OF MINDFULNESS SKILLS IN MADRASAH SCHOOL


Dr. Anjum Ahmed, Amjad Khan

Abstract:
Since the existence of life and development of human wisdom, there has always been a great debate on the concept of mind.


210-229
19
  • PERCEIVED CHALLENGES TO EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL IN IMO STATE


OTEGBULU, MARYROSE IFUNANYA. OKENWA, GETRUDE

Abstract:
This study investigated the perceived challenges to effective administration of secondary schools in Imo State. The study employed a survey design and it was guided by two research questions and one null hypothesis that were tested at 0.05 level of significance


230-238
20
  • CHECKING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC DISPENSATION: REALITIES AND ILLUSIONS


EYISI EMMANUEL CHIMEZIE EKE PAUL SOFIRI JOAB-PETERSIDE

Abstract:
The mind boggling incidences of official corruption in Nigeria and its debilitating impact on the development efforts have called attention to efforts to stem the monster


239-255
21
  • A PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SOCIO CULTURAL ISSUES AND CHALLENGES OF MUSLIM'S IN INDIA


Prof (Dr.) Manika Mohan, Ms. Amna Khan

Abstract:
The present paper is an endeavor to examine and through light on the issues and challenges of Socio Cultural circumstances which act as hurdle for the development of Indian Muslim.


256-270
22
  • STATUTORY PROVINCES AND USAGE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS


Mr. Shekhar Kanti Sarkar, Dr. Partha Pratim Paul

Abstract:
The Internet is an enormous network of computers which has worked for millions of life either as a shelter or as destroyer


271-288
23
  • Aspirational conflicts in George Eliot's female fictional protagonists - A critical study


Arshi Nabi

Abstract:
George Eliot believes that character cannot be judged on merits of only one action in life. Evidently one’s behaviour at any given moment is the inevitable result of what has gone before and for this reason some past judgement is always echoed in the content of any event in the present. On this ground she gave importance to human intentions, feeling and motives rather than actions.


289-299
24
  • Domestic Violence and Stress experienced by Urban and Rural Women


Dr. AdvitaDeshmukh

Abstract:
Woman is a backbone of any society. A healthy woman can make her home a heaven. But since ages woman has been subjected to domestic violence. Domestic violence is a global phenomenon.


300-306
25
  • The Story of Kamla Das


Yogesh Singh Mohan

Abstract:
Kamla Das remains one of the most elegant women writers in Indian English literary canon. She was the first to challenge the male dominance both in writing and experience. Her autobiography, which she called a compelling writing, shocked her prudish compatriots beyond reconciliation


307-312
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  • Dr Ambedkar’s Ideas on Caste System


Manjit Kaur Bajwa

Abstract:
Bhim Rao Ramjee Ambedkar (April 14, 1891 – December 7, 1956), was one of the great jurists, lawyers and political leaders of modern India


313-316
27
  • Peace and Violence: Contradictory to each other


Vipul Singh

Abstract:
The nature and context of peace focussed with the two dominant approaches of study of peace, the feminist approach and the environmental approach


317-324
28
  • सर्व शिक्षा अभियान में बालिका शिक्षा पर पड़ने वाला प्रभाव


डॉ अशहर अहमद

Abstract:
सर्व शिक्षा अभियान में बालिका शिक्षा पर पड़ने वाला प्रभाव


325-333
29
  • A Study on Health Seeking Behavior among College Students in Karnataka


Mr Roshan Monteiro, Dr Parashurama K G,

Abstract:
Adolescents’ health is of growing concern undeniably due to the alarming increases of sexual and reproductive


334-350
30
  • A Study on Children of Migrants and Effectiveness of Government School Education in Mangalore Thaluk


Elias Gerald D’Silva

Abstract:
Present Indian context many people migrate to urban areas in search of greener pasture, some in search of employment, some for better health facilities, some for quality education and higher education etc.


351-362
31
  • वाल्मीकि रामायण में शैक्षिक मूल्य


डॉ. महेश चंद शर्मा

Abstract:
वाल्मीकि रामायण भारत का राष्ट्रीय आदि काव्य है l धार्मिक एवं नैतिक आदर्शो का भंडार होने के साथ-साथ वह एक महत्वपूर्ण मानवीय समाजशास्त्र भी है


363-368
32
  • STUDY OF EMOTIONAL STABILITY OF LEARNING DISABLED AND REGULAR CHILDREN IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS


Dr Kuldeep Singh Yadav

Abstract:
The present study aims to investigate the emotional stability of learning disabled and regular children in integrating settings. Learning disabled children are slightly differs from Regular children in their emotional stability They suffer from disabilities, which either prevents or hinders normal emotional pattern in certain situations.


369-379
33
  • INCULCATION OF MORAL VALUES IN YOUNG GENERATION


Puja Saini

Abstract:
Values have major influence on a person’s behaviour and attitude and serve as broad guidelines in all situations. Values exist, whether you recognise them or not. Our values are important because they help us to grow and develop. Value systems can be different from culture to culture. The Indian society and culture gives high regard to the moral values.


380-385
34
  • IMPACT OF MEDIA ON ADOLESCENCE


Aruna

Abstract:
Stanley Hall regarded adolescence as “period of great stress and strain, storm and strife”. Adolescence refers to the period of development and adjustment during the transitional period between childhood and adulthood. Using Media websites is most common activity of today’s children and Adolescents. Teenagers regularly use the internet, cell phones and video games to gather information and communication with each other. Teen’s use of social media occurs simultaneously with their developing identity, emerging sexuality, physical development and moral consciousness.


386-389
35
  • वैदिक साहित्य में यक्ष


डॉ सुदेश कुमारी

Abstract:
वैदिक साहित्य में यक्ष


390-395
36
  • MULTICULTURALISM AND PLURALISTIC JUSTICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH


Adv. Tania Kipa

Abstract:
This paper is to discuss about the multicultural practices of Arunachal tribal and pluralistic Justice Delivery Systems in Arunachal Pradesh. How the Traditional Justice Systems and Formal Courts are working parallel with each other


396-409
37
  • Young Entrepreneur Perception About Banking Facilities & Its Role In Promoting Concept Of Entrepreneurship: A Study Of Rohtak District


Falak

Abstract:
The essential part of entrepreneurship for monetary development and its effect for work creation in creating nations is broadly perceived and measured. Enterprise is an imperative factor for the development of any economy


410-416
38
  • STRESS AND PRODUCTIVITY LEVELS AMONG WOMEN EMPLOYEES IN INDIAN IT SECTOR


Bharathi T, Dr. K S Gupta

Abstract:
The aim of the present study is to identify the stress and productivity levels among IT women employees. The study also focuses on the influence of select demographic characteristics on productivity.


417-436
39
  • ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN RELATION TO EDUCATION: A QUEST FOR A NEW PATH OF INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT


Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
An attempt has been made to analyze the impact assessment of education in achieving the level of economic empowerment of women in relation to inclusive development in Purulia district, West Bengal.


437-444
40
  • हिंदी में डिंगल का प्राधान्य


डॉक्टर मंजू पटेल

Abstract:
हिंदी में डिंगल का प्राधान्य


445-447
41
  • Paper in Hindi


Brijesh Kumar Singh

Abstract:
Paper in Hindi


537-538
42
  • मनुस्मृति में नीतु तत्व विमर्श


अपर्णा

Abstract:
मनुस्मृति में नीतु तत्व विमर्श


539-541
43
  • EMERGING TRENDS IN STREET VENDING BUSINESSES AND ITS RELATION STREET VENDING: A BUSINESS ACCEPTANCE AND VIABILITY STUDY OF STREET VENDING BUSINESS IN UTTAR PRADESH


Gautam Jaiswal1

Abstract:
India is a growing economy. Most of the development in MSME sector is contributed by Micro industries.


529-536
44
  • ROLE OF COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN IMPROVING THE RURAL HEALTH CARE SYSTEM: A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WEST BENGAL


Sujan Kumar Das

Abstract:
It is now recognized that improved health outcomes are the prerequisite for developing countries. Good health contributes to development in various ways. In developing countries, Government tries to improve the health sectors but all goes in vein. The failure of government sector leads to the privatization and commercialization of the medical service which in turn makes the healthcare facilities beyond the reach of the rural people


541-549
45
  • गीता में सामाजिक चेतना का समाजशास्त्री अध्ययन


डॉ राहुल

Abstract:
डॉ राहुल


555-558
46
  • ASSESSMENT OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AMONG DIFFERENT UNIVERSITY LEVEL MALE TEAM GAME PLAYERS OF GURUNANAK DEV UNIVERSITY


Dr.Vikas Bhardwaj

Abstract:
The purpose of the present study was to assess the socioeconomic status among different University level male players of team game of G.N.D.U Amritsar. For the present study 36 (basketball=12, handball=12 and volleyball=12) male players were randomly selected as the subjects for the study.


559-565
47
  • EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC EXERCISE ON SPEED, POWER AND BALL CONTROLLING ABILITY OF WOMEN BASKETBALL PLAYERS


Dr.Madhu Gaur

Abstract:
The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of plyometric exercise are speed,power and ball controlling ability of women Basketball players. For this purpose, 12 girls studying at Lucknow University, Lucknow were selected as subjects for this study. The subjects were regular member of University Basketball team. The experimental group underwent plyometric exercise for duration of 12 weeks in addition to the regular practice. The most successful player should have superior ball controlling activity and dynamic bio motor fitness to integrate them for excellent performance.


550-554
48
  • माध्यमिक स्तर के दिल्ली एवं भोपाल क्षेत्र के विद्यार्थियों में पर्यावरण शिक्षा के प्रति अभिवृति का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


अशरफ उन नबी खान, डॉक्टर ऍन. के. कौशिक

Abstract:
माध्यमिक स्तर के दिल्ली एवं भोपाल क्षेत्र के विद्यार्थियों में पर्यावरण शिक्षा के प्रति अभिवृति का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन


555-559
49
  • तुलसी -साहित्य में सामाजिक - सांस्कृतिक जागरण


डॉ राजेश कुमार

Abstract:
तुलसी &साहित्य में सामाजिक & सांस्कृतिक जागरण


566-571
50
  • हमीरपुर महोबा क्षेत्र की संस्कृति एवं कला का ऐतिहासिक अध्ययन


डॉ आनंद गोस्वामी एवं यज्ञेश कुमार

Abstract:
हमीरपुर महोबा क्षेत्र की संस्कृति एवं कला का ऐतिहासिक अध्ययन


572-580
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