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  • The works and views of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar


Dr. Roop Raj

Abstract: The name of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar brings to our mind a social reformer, Principal architect of Indian Constitution and messiah of backward classes and women’s rights. In spite of development in social-economic and political sectors in our country, still there are caste violence and discrimination exist among the Dalits and women, which challenges the human dignity of those weaker section

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  • जया जादवानी - स्त्री मन की गहराई से परख


बलप्रदा श्रीवास्तव

Abstract: जया जादवानी - स्त्री मन की गहराई से परख

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  • A Study of Absurdity in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot


Shylendra S V

Abstract: Absurdity is a thing that is extremely unreasonable, as to be foolish or not taken seriously state of being. “Absurd” is an adjective used to describe an absurdity is absurd if derives from the action absurdum it means ‘out of tune’, In general usage, absurdity may be synonymous with ridiculousness and nonsense. In specialized usage, absurdity is related to extremes in bad pointlessness in reasoning. Is related to exalted to extremes of incongruous position, laughter nonsense related to a lack of meaning fullness in absurdity.

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  • RESEARCH ON FACTORS AFFECTING THE FOREIGN-LANGUAGE LEARNING OF INTERNATIONAL VIETNAMESE STUDENTS


Hsin-Yi Huang

Abstract: Foreign students at universities experience different educational environments. In addition to integrating into the local teaching and living environments, foreign-language learning is essential. This study mainly investigated the factors affecting Vietnamese university students in Taiwan who were learning English as a foreign language, and took the learning of Mandarin as a foreign language as a control for the purpose of comparison

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  • Effect of Study Habit on Academic Performance of Students


Dr Jaya Golatkar

Abstract: The study was designed to search the impact of study habit on academic performance school children. Sample of the study comprises 82 students having good study habit and 52 students having poor study habit. The objective of the study was to compare the subjects of good and poor study habit on academic performance. It was assumed that, subject having good study habit will show better academic performance than subjects belong to poor study habit. Result of the study revealed significant’ ratio

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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SUCCESS ORIENTATION AMONG STATE AND NATIONAL LEVEL HANDBALL PLAYERS


Dr.Baiju Abraham andFarheen Aleem

Abstract: The study consisted of analysing female handball players at the state and national level for success orientation and also comparing them for their responses on success orientation. For the study, 40 women were selected, that is, 20 state-level and 20 national handball players, to meet this objective. Success orientation was measured by the Questionnaire called "Success Orientation Questionnaire" developed by Dr. Christopher L. Heffener in 1999. This questionnaire was applied to collect data on success orientation.

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  • Scheduled Caste Education in Colonial Bihar: A Reassessment


Sanoj Kumar

Abstract: Education forms the basis ofsocial, cultural and economic development of any community. For the all-around development of Indian society, the significance of the educational progress of the general masses is a well-established fact universally accepted. It is self-evident that education is the key to social, economic and cultural transformation necessary for the realization of goals. It determines the level of prosperity, welfare and security of the people. Proper education can lead and direct a community towards positive transformation while providing an increased ability to process and utilize information, knowledge and experience in a more scientific manner. With the realization of the pivotal role of education in human progress (especially SCs & STs), intense thoughts have always been devoted towards the development of education.Time and again, the tradition of education is diagnosed and suggestions are given for change as per the need of society.Therefore, education has a special significance, particularly for the weaker sections (SCs &STs) of the society for whom education is an input not only for their economic development but also to empower them which would open up new vistas to manage existing and upcoming challenges. Education development in colonial Bihar was initially guided by religious sentiment. In this system, there was hardly any scope for the scheduled caste to get educated.\r\n

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