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  • GENERAL AND SPECIAL TEACHERS AWARENESS ON LEARNING DISABILITY


Dhanavendan Kunju, Dr.M.Vakkil

Abstract:
The present study aimed to identify the level of awareness among general and special teachers on learning disability. Seventy subjects (35 general teachers (Male-18 & Female-17) and 35 special teachers (Male-11 & Female-24) were participated in the present study.


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  • FRIENDS AS HINDRANCE TO SPIRITUAL STRIVING,SPIRITUALITYAND SYNCRETICISM IN VAIŚVĀMITRA


Dr. Rahul A. Shastri

Abstract:
Five verses in Vaiśvāmitra touch on the problems posed by friendship to spiritual effort. They advise a restrained, educative engagement with friends.


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  • WOMEN AND THE COLONIAL DISCOURSE


Abha Tiwari, Dr. Vibha Tiwari

Abstract:
The colonial discourse denotes the communication, written or verbal, between the rulers and the ruled during the colonial rule, which served as a medium of apprising the former about the problems faced by the latter. Hence, under the colonial discourse literature which is copiously available in the form of poetry, letters, diaries, memoirs, fictional and non-fictional prose, etc, produced by the native as well as the foreign writers writing about India during the period is broadly examined.


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  • Positioning Women in Diaspora


Dr. Sandeep Kr. Sheoran

Abstract:
Migration has long been part of human history and has always entailed the creation of multiple affiliations and identities. In an interview with Susheila Nasta, Salman Rushdie refers to the process of migration as “the actual condition of change through movement” (Nasta 149).


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  • A Study of John Braine's Room at the Top as a 'Pseudo Protest Novel'


Mahender Singh

Abstract:
The present research paper is an attempt to explore the concept of 'Pseudo-Protest novel" by analyzing John Braine's well-known novel Room at the Tap. This novel was published in 1957, and was exceptionally successful. It is a novel which epitomizes its age


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