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  • AN ANALYSIS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AFTER SALE SERVICES IN INDIAN TRACTOR INDUSTRY


Khursheed Ahmad Siddiqui, Farhat Mohsin

Abstract:
Tractor industry is an important industry of India.


1-6
2
  • PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMEs)IN WARANGAL RURAL DISTRICT –A STUDY


Rakesh Bathini

Abstract:
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) is also known as Small and Medium Scale Industries.


7-14
3
  • PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF FOOT OPERATED DRILLING MACHINE


B. Shanmugasundaram, R. Prathipa

Abstract:
Drilling is the operation of producing circular hole in the work piece by using a rotating cutter called drill.


15-22
4
  • NEW MEDIA & CITIZEN JOURNALISM: GROWTH AND PROSPECTS


Anvesha Sharma

Abstract:
New Media has become an integral part of communication these days.


23-29
5
  • IMPACT OF EMPLOYEES MANAGEMENT RELATIONSHIP ON QUALITY OF WORK LIFE OF BANK MANAGERS


Dr. Kamlesh Rani

Abstract:
Banking sector plays a vital role in any economy.


30-41
6
  • SCHEMES AND PROGRAMMES OF HANDLOOM INDUSTRY IN TELANGANA STATE -A STUDY


Ankam Sreenivas

Abstract:
Handloom industry is play vital role in the economic development of the country.It is providing large scale employment.


42-47
7
  • SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: A HISTORICAL INQUIRY TO ADDRESS THE CONTEMPORARY WATER CRISIS


Richa Mulchandani

Abstract:
Water is the most essential element of life on earth. It is easy to understand but difficult to manage.


48-73
8
  • CHALLENGES FACING TRADE UNIONS IN PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: CASE OF RAAWU AND THTU AT IRDP-DODOMA, TANZANIA.


Fredrick Alleni Mfinanga, Stephen James, Rofina Mrosso

Abstract:
Researchers, Academicians and Allied Workers Union (RAAWU) plus The Tanzania Higher Learning Institutions Trade Union (THTU) are vital to represent the workers’ interests relating to improving the working conditions by employer.


74-89
9
  • HOUSEHOLDS SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: EXPERIENCE FROM MOROGORO MUNICIPALITY, TANZANIA


Fredrick Alleni Mfinanga , Beston Musa and Rofina Mroso

Abstract:
An assessment of households (HH) solid waste management practices was conducted in Morogoro Municipality in Tanzania.


90-102
10
  • A NEW WAVE OF DIGITALIZING HR: HR ANALYTICS


Kalvakolanu Sripathi, Chendragiri Madhavaiah

Abstract:
Analytics gained strategic importance with the use of bigdata.


103-112
11
  • TO STUDY AND MEASURE THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL AND ITS DIMENSIONS AMONG THE EMPLOYEES IN THE SELECT BANKS IN INDIA


Dr. Aman Khera

Abstract:
Today, in the competitive world employees in most of the business organization are quite disturbed and dissatisfied both in their professional and personal lives.


113-123
12
  • A STUDY ON EFFECTIVENESS OF KUDUMBASHREE (SELF HELP GROUP) PROGRAMME FOR THE ECONOMIC UPLIFTMENT


Dr. S. Franklin John, Dr. Sheeja.R

Abstract:
India is a multifaceted society where no generalization could apply to the nation's various regional, religious, social and economic groups.


124-132
13
  • THE NOTION OF WOMEN AND SOCIETY IN THE VISION OF AMBEDKAR


Dr. Anita Sharma

Abstract:
The analysis of Ambedkar’s social and political vision, during the pre independence period and thereafter, gives an opportunity to imbibe the novel concepts of humanity and social justice. More precisely, his whole life was a constant struggle against injustice in society.


133-144
14
  • SCOPE OF AYUSH WORKERS IN INDIAN HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES


Ourooj Safi, Farhat Mohsin

Abstract:
The number shows that the condition of human resources for health in India is not satisfactory.


145-150
15
  • INDIAN YOUTHS SURGICALLY ATTACHED TO SMARTPHONE: HELPING OR HARMING


Alok Kumar Mathur

Abstract:
In India it is a common sight to observe youths simultaneously doing many things while, engaged with their smart phones.


151-154
16
  • IS STATE BANK OF INDIA AT ITS EDGE?


Ameen Uddin Ansari

Abstract:
The paper entitled examines the internal condition of SBI and compares pre-merger and post-merger condition of SBI.


155-172
17
  • THE INFLUENCE OF DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON MOTIVATION OF MANAGEMENT TEACHERS IN MADHYA PRADESH


Ms. Bhawana Saun, Dr. Sanjeevni Gangwani, Dr. Sangeeta Jain

Abstract:
This study helps to identify the impact of demographic factors on teacher’s motivation.


173-183
18
  • SPIRITUALLY BASED COUNSELLING APPROACH: THE THIRD DIMENSIONAL THERAPY-AN INTELLIGENT SOLUTION TO DEPRESSION


Dr. Archana Singh

Abstract:
The present theoretical paper basically focuses on two things at large.


184- 194
19
  • NAMAMIGANGE: A MISSION TO REJUVENATE THE GODDESS


Dr. Roopali Srivastava

Abstract:
Namami Gange is an integrated mission to clean, rejuvenate and conserve river Ganga and its tributaries.


195- 202
20
  • SOCIO - ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF SCHEDULED TRIBES IN INDIA.


Dr. Donthi Ravinder

Abstract:
Next only to Africa, India has the largest tribal concentration in the world. The 2001 Census put the number of persons belonging to Schedule Tribes in India at 84.3 million which is 8.2% of the total population.


203- 211
21
  • EFFECT OF CONVERGENT THINKING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN EZEAGU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE


Dr. Cordelia Udemgbo Udabah

Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to determine the Effect of Convergent Thinking Instructional Strategy on Secondary School Students Academic Achievement in Ezeagu Local Government Area of Enugu State.


212-222
22
  • EFFECT OF NORMAN CROWDER’S PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION MODEL ON UNDERGRADUATES’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN DYNAMICS: IMPLICATIONS FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS


Dr. Samuel Onyinyechi Nneji, Dr. Rose Chigoziri Anamezie

Abstract:
This study investigated the Effects of Norman Crowder’s Programmed Instruction Model on Undergraduate Academic Achievement in Dynamics.


223-237
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  • TEACHER EDUCATION IN A DEPRESSED ECONOMY: IMPLICATIONS FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE AT THE BASIC EDUCATION LEVEL IN ENUGU STATE


Dr. Leo C. Chukwu, Rev. Fr. Dr. Basil Onyiah, Professor S.G.N. Eze

Abstract:
The study investigated teacher education in a depressed economy and its implications for quality assurance at basic education level in Enugu State.


238-246
24
  • ATTRITION IN INDIAN INDUSTRY – IMPACT AND REMEDIES: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF LITERATURE


Dr. Kishore Kumar Das, Jagannath Oleti

Abstract:
Employee attrition is the reduction in the number of employees which can be because of retirement, resignation or death of the employee. Rate of turnover varies from industry to industry and types of attrition could be.


247-266
25
  • Modes of Travel in Mughal Era: Roads and Bridges


Dr.Vikram Singh

Abstract:
The present article explores the roads and bridges as the modes of travel during 16th and 17thcentury.During this period roads and related activities were planned and supervised by the PublicWork Department.Whenever the emperor started ona journey


267-274
26
  • EFFECT OF GOAL ORIENTATION TEACHING APPROACH ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN BASIC TECHNOLOGY IN UDI EDUCATION ZONE OF ENUGU STATE


Dr. Cordelia Udemgbo Udabah

Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to determine the Effect of Goal Orientation Teaching Approach on Secondary School Students Performance in Basic Technology in Udi Education Zone of Enugu State.


275-284
27
  • REPRESSIVE STATE APPARATUSES (RSA) AS PORTRAYED IN THE TAMIL FILM ‘VISARANAI’


Dr. L. Chinnappan

Abstract:
Any State in the world, whether democratic, communist or monarchical will have its own apparatuses to control and regulate the subjects and their behaviour, ideologically and repressively.


285-294
28
  • Mughal Emperors: Modes of Travelling and Transport


Dr.Vikram Singh

Abstract:
The present article focuses onthe Mughal Emperors: Modes ofTravelling and Transportas they were great fond oftravelling


295-300
29
  • DISCOURSE QUALITY IN ONLINE TRAVEL COMMUNITIES


Indu Bindu Dr Ranbir Singh

Abstract:
Web 2.0 is changing the patterns of creation and sharing of knowledge among tourists.


301-308
30
  • “PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION: A STUDY IN REFERENCE TO SOME CORPORATE CASE LAWS”


Dr Rahul Tripathi, Dr G S Rajpal

Abstract:
The concept of public interest is therefore to a large measure general and undefined into any parameters of fixed meaning.


309-317
31
  • ASSESSMENT OF LEVEL OF AUTISM AMONG CHILDREN ACROSS GENDER


Bavita, Shalini Agarwal

Abstract:
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is characterized by impairment in social interactions and communication and restricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of behaviour.


318-326
32
  • A Correlational Study on Leadership Styles, Gender Roles and Personality Patterns of Male and Female Managers


Ms. Deepika S1, Ms. Maragatham Kumar2,

Abstract:
The present Research aimed at drawing correlation among leadership roles, gender roles and personality dimensions.


327-338
33
  • DIASPORA: A SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS


Dr. Virendra Singh

Abstract:
Lots of studies have been done on Diaspora but not much is done on socio-cultural dimensions of life in host country and its impact in country of origin. Diaspora is one among the leading factor in social transformation and development of India.


339-351
34
  • कमलेश्वर के उपन्यासों में नाटकीयता : एक अध्ययन


डॉ सुमन देवी

Abstract:
कमलेश्वर के उपन्यासों में नाटकीयता : एक अध्ययन


352-358
35
  • Performance Appraisal Practice and its effect on Employees’ Motivation: A study of an agro- based organization


Dr. Sweta Banerjee and Dr. Krishnam Raju K

Abstract:
Human Resource Management (HRM) is concerned with the people and management. Since every organization comprises people, acquiring their services, developing their skills


359-388
36
  • A STUDY ON STRESS MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY EMPLOYEES OF PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN CHENNAI CITY


Dr. L. Solomon Raj

Abstract:
The behavioural pattern of an individual is decided by multiple factors such as individuals normal behavioural pattern, his relationship and understanding with that of another person with whom he deals the things with, his stress adopting capacity, his past experience in dealing with other persons or type of task he has been entrusted to, his domestic and working environment and his attitude towards others.


389-398
37
  • A Study of Differences of Anxiety Among Primary School Children in relation to Working and Non-Working Mothers


Dr. Suhasini Srivastava

Abstract:
The most emotional problem faced by us is not that of controlling confronted with the more violent emotions of rage or fear but rather that of dealing with the more subtle emotions of Anxiety. Anxiety is a vague, persistent and pervasive emotion


399-405
38
  • KAUTILYA’S PHILOSOPHY ON ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL WELFARE


Sunita Devi

Abstract:
Kautilya, the first great Indian economist, recognized the importance of economic and social welfare in economic development


406-414
39
  • KAUTILYA ON FOOD ADULTERATION


Sunita Devi

Abstract:
Food adulteration is an offense not only in India but in all countries across the world during modern times. Food adulteration is a punishable offense in India since ancient times


415-421
40
  • भारत में छात्र राजनीती


खुशबू कुमारी

Abstract:
भारत में छात्र राजनीती


422-427
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  • महान शास्त्रीय संगीतज्ञ प गणेश प्रसाद शर्मा द्वारा रचित श्रृंगार रस प्रधान बंदिशो का सोंदर्य विश्लेषण


प्रोमिला देवी

Abstract:
महान शास्त्रीय संगीतज्ञ प गणेश प्रसाद शर्मा द्वारा रचित श्रृंगार रस प्रधान बंदिशो का सोंदर्य विश्लेषण


528-534
42
  • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND ADJUSTMENT ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SOCIALLY BACKWARD SECONDARY STUDENTS IN PASCHIM MEDINIPUR DISTRICT IN WEST BENGAL: AN ASSESSMENT


Sristidhar Bera

Abstract:
The present paper tried to examine the impact of emotional intelligence and adjustment on academic achievement of socially backward secondary students of Paschim Medinipur district in West Bengal.


535-544
43
  • HIGHER EDUCATION: A WAY TO ACHIEVE QUALITY EDUCATION


Kalyan Senapati

Abstract:
In India, academicians, policy-maker, administrators and teacher talk about the quality education.


545-553
44
  • CYBER CRIMES- POLICY IN INDIA


Jitender K Malik, Dr. Sanjaya Choudhary

Abstract:
Almost all countries now enjoy internet access, and there are approximately more than twenty million internet hosts worldwide.


554-565
45
  • YOGA AS EXERCISE


Dr. Madhu Gaur

Abstract:
Yoga is great exercise. It stretches and tones muscles, increases flexibility and promotes balance. Yoga has beneficial effects on the nervous system, leading to deep relaxation and neutralizing stress. A 2016 review of 10 previously published studies of the metabolic intensity – the calories burned per minute – involved in performing traditional hatha yoga poses concluded that in most cases, the effort entailed adds up to only light physical activity. Very few poses, such as Surya Namaskar or sun salutations, a set of 12 powerful yoga postures, require moderate to vigorous effort, and most poses fall short of the equivalent a cardio workout. To get that kind of exercise we need to do aerobic activity that feels like work and makes us huff, puff and sweat. Walking briskly, jogging, biking (outdoors or on a stationary bike) can all suffice, as long as you’re putting effort into it.


566-569
46
  • ASD: Challenges and Management


V.N.Yadav

Abstract:
Autism is characterized by difficulty in reciprocal social interaction, communication impairment and behavioural abnormalities. With the May 2013 publication of the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM-V),


570-582
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