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The draft National Policy of Education has been introduced in 2019 and has been approved in 2020. In India, historically, there has always been a need for special emphasis on secondary/higher education for girls. 
Topics: NEP-2020, Female Literacy, Gender Sensitization, Self-Defense, Role Models, Career Counseling,...
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India has witnessed a massive influx of Sri Lankan Tamil’s since 1983 and they found their accommodation in various camps in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The decision of Sri Lankan government regarding the enactment of the official language act which built Sinhalese as the official language of Sri Lanka. In India
Topics: Inflow of Sri Lankan Refugees, Overview of Sri Lankan Refugees and Statistical Overview of Refugees
The present paper comparatively analyses conventional system of medicine i.e. Allopathy and Ayurveda system of medicine in terms of Medical Expenditure on certain common ailments (Diabetes, Obesity, Migraine, Respiratory disorders-Sinusitis, Rhinitis, Asthma, Musculoskeletal disorders- Arthritis, Spondylosis, Urinary disorders-Calculi, 
Topics: Sustainable Healthcare, Ayurveda, Allopathy, Healthcare Costs, Cost Effectiveness, Side Effects,...
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Classrooms today are filled with students who have differences in their culture, level of intelligence, learning styles, motivation, maturity, socio economic status, exposure and experiences, home life, personality interests, aptitudes etc. All the students must be favoured in the way the teacher teaches. Students learn in different ways and at different rates. 
Topic: Differentiated Instruction: Teaching the Students According to the Individual Differences
This paper accentuates and displays the job of educators who battle a great deal to get ready different showing materials, e-content needed for internet instructing learning in schooling in the midst of the COVID pandemic and to feature the change occurred in up gradation of showing procedure in the debut foundations from traditional training to online training with the assistance of virtual classes and other significant online apparatuses in this consistently powerful instructive scene. 
Topics: Quantitative and Subjective Way to Deal, Internet Educating Learning Modes Teaching Aids...
The general theme of this paper is to study the deterioration of civil and political freedoms in Algeria and Lebanon. The specific topic of this paper is to understand the effect of the Arab Spring on civil and political freedoms. 
Topics: Arab Spring, Middle-East, Algeria, Lebanon, Civil Freedom, Political Freedom, Democratization Theory
Despite various government interventions to lower the cost of education and increase completion of secondary education, the ideal situation is yet to be realized. With a quarter of enrolled students dropping out before completing secondary education, Kaka mega East Sub-county lags far behind the UNESCO projected dropout out rate of just 5 %. 
Topics: Levies, Completion, Education, Public Day Secondary Schools
Ovarian torsion usually presents as acute pelvic pain with or without associated features (nausea, vomiting, fever, urinary and bladder symptoms )making it gynaecological emergency during reproductive years. Absence of definitive markers or investigations for the diagnosis, makes it difficult for the surgeon to conclude to definitive diagnosis. 
Topics: Ovarian Torsion, Clinical Diagnosis, Exploratory Laparotomy, Laparoscopy, Oophoropexy
Introduction: Physician knowledge and support of vaccines greatly influences patients’ decisions to get vaccinated. MBBS students should have fair knowledge and positive attitude regarding immunization so that they can improve parents’ understanding of vaccines.  
Topics: Vaccination, NIS, UIP, Vaccines
Natural fibre composites are expected to be in high demand in the coming years due to increased consumer awareness to reduce waste and to make environment friendly composites. Recently, there has been rapid growth in research and innovation in the natural fibre composite area. 
Topics: Natural Fibre, Environment, Sugarcane Bagasse, Composite, Mechanical Property
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A bank may be defined as an institution that accepts deposits, makes loans, pays checks and provides financial services. A bank is a financial intermediary for the safeguarding, transferring, exchanging, or lending of money. 
Topics: Financial Services, Non-Performing Assets, Liquidity Position
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In India, alternative investment funds (AIFs) were introduced in 2012 by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). This study aims at examining the structure of AIFs in India and their growth since inception. The variables considered for the categories and their subcategories are commitments raised, funds raised and investments made. 
Topics: igh Networth Individuals, Alternative Investment Funds, SEBI Regulations, India
Diabetes is specified as the most chronic and deadliest disease that results in increasing blood sugar. The medical data mining approaches were utilized for detectingun observed patterns in the medical field sof sets of data for medical diagnosis and treatment. Data classification for diabetes mellitus is quite significant. 
Topics: Diabetes Mellitus, Data Mining, Diagnosis, K Nearest Neighbors, Classification, Support Vector...
Configuration is critical to good structural performance of buildings earthquakes. The important aspects affecting structural configuration of buildings is overall geometry, structural systems, and load paths. 
Topics: Aspect Ratio, Base Shear, Pushover Analysis, Plastic Hinge, Displacements, Drift, SAP2000
Coastal house architecture is a topic that is often researched in the field of architecture or other scientific fields. Although researchers often raise it, this topic is still relevant to always fulfill the science narrative because Indonesia is one of the countries with the largest ocean area in the world. 
Topics: Characteristic, Architecture, House, Coastal, Gala Island, Acculturation, Adaptation
Employees are the most vital and valued asset of every organization and play crucial roles in the performance of organisations. There are growing concerns that the quality of work and family life of employees is declining which leads to poor performance of manufacturing firms in Ogun State. 
Topics: Career Development, Employee Performance, Flexible Work Arrangement
Employees should be creative and innovative enough at their workplace for the company to cope up with everlasting technological changes that arise from competitors. Job Design theories identified several tools used to enhance employees' creativity and innovativeness at the workplace. 
Topics: Autonomy, Feedback, Innovativeness, Skill Variety, Task Identity, Task Significance
The major purpose of the study was to explore the impact of ICT on the achievements of students in Cell biology at standard XI. The study was experimental type. Equivalent group study design was used. 60 students were selected for the study. 30 as control group and 30 as the experimental group. 
Topics: Achievements of the Students in Cell Biology, Favour of ICT Usage Various Levels of Education
Basella Alba L. is commonly cultivated for harvest of leaves as a green vegetable rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. The mature fruit of Basella Alba L bearing deep red-violet color skin and flesh is a valuable source of natural pigments. 
Topics: Basella Alba L Fruits, Betacyanin Pigment, Spray Drying, Basell Alba Colorant Powder (BACP), Icing
The main purpose of this article is to review the work on Runge-Kutta Methods to study on Numerical Solutions of Initial Value Problems in Ordinary Differential Equations during the period 1983 to 2020. The required material from 1983 to 1996 pertaining to this research article has been taken freely from Hull et al. with gratitude and sincere acknowledgment.
Topics: Initial Value Problem, Numerical Solutions, Ordinary Differential Equations, Runge-Kutta Methods.
Inflation plays an important role on the traditional economic order quantity model. Any marketing policy depends on inflation due to customer demand and availability of the goods.
Topics: Inventory, Deteriorating, Ameliorating, Inflation, Time-Value of Money, Trade Credit, Exponential...
This paper aims to present a review of the current Covid-19 pandemic impact on the retail sector in India. It aims to demonstrate how facilities management (FM) in shopping malls can evolve towards achieving virus free built environment. In order to prevent the immediate effect on the business and to increase resilience to the new normal, facilities managers will have to evolve as strategist decision makers. Despite the significant efforts made by the government, a coherent and strategic...
Topics: Shopping Malls, Retail Mall, Retail Management, Covid-19, Facilities Management, Consumer...
This paper is a humble and earnest attempt to study and analyse some of the aspects of ethnic relation and development prevailing in the context of hill and valley people. As ethnic relation and development are two broad subjects, it becomes difficult to correlate each other. In spite of that, the paper aims at addressing certain issues and challenges concerning the prevailing ethnicity politics and ethnic relationship from historical as well as from developmental perspectives. It also aims at...
Topics: Community, Development, Ethnicity, Corruption, Insurgency
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The mid-size city of Kota, Rajasthan in India has emerged as an important coaching centre for students aspiring to join the elite Indian academic institutions for medical and engineering studies. Every year lakhs of students congregate here and make it their home for two to four years, while they put themselves to the daily academic grind in an extremely competitive environment. Mushrooming of coaching centres with negligible residential facility compels the young students to make difficult...
Topics: Rental Housing, Student Rental Housing, Residential Choice, Rental Preferences and Behaviour
One of the most inhuman practices in the twenty-first century is sex trafficking. Sex is a natural phenomenon that is essential for the continuity of the life cycle on this planet. Every living creature within the family of the sexual reproductive system follows the natural way of reproducing offspring through sex. However, the most rational creature of the planet has managed to convert rather transform this natural phenomenon into a man-made commercial venture, like prostitution, pornography,...
Topics: Commercial Sex, Human Trafficking, North-East Region, Offence, Sex Trafficking, Victim
When the soul is present in human body, the body does all the activities. But when human body dies, the soul disappears from the body. No sooner it leaves the human then the physical activities gets stunted. But do you know why it does not work? Our eyes, hands, mouth and each and every part of human body is very much there, but still the body does not work without the soul? Why? Soul is very vital for human body since it helps human body to work, eat, speak, walk…etc. This is the same power...
Topics: Soul, God, Universe, Law of Conservation, Supreme God Power, Human Body, Science, Spiritual Power
With the rise of the "Internet +" education model, mobile learning and mobile applications have become increasingly important and popular. For China’s foreign language teaching and learning, how to promote the deep integration of information technology and education by virtue of the Internet, so as to nurture the autonomy of college students, is very challenging and pressing. Based on a brief account of mobile learning and English learning apps, and a detailed analysis of the...
Topics: Application, Bilibili, English Learning, Mobile App
Quality of environment is the basic requirement to achieve sustainable development. The problem of degrading environmental conditions and increasing pressure on land due to the numerous multi-storeyed buildings constructed using contemporary materials and techniques in hill settlements has become a critical concern in India. These settlements are undergoing rapid urbanization and are witnessing environment degradation in the form of climate change, ecological change, loss of vegetation cover,...
Topics: Construction Techniques, Environment, Hill Settlement, Sustainable Development, Vernacular Practices
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The recommendation of having crisis management has been suggested in the National Tourism Policy draft 2015, this suggestion has become a need of hour with the given current situation. This paper aims at establishing crisis/disaster management points for consideration to be incorporated in the National Tourism Policy with a lookout of Sustainable Tourism in the Himalaya.
Topics: Crisis Management, Disaster Management, Uttarakhand, Tourism Planning, Sustainable Tourism
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Social and ethnic difficulties in the midst of social disintegration are one of the highlights of metropolitan life. Metropolitan life is an unpredictable existence with a scope of social and ethnic challenges. Manju Kapur in her books ‘A Married woman’ and ‘Home’ has emphasized that it is difficult for a woman to initiate a tour towards progress; she needs to battle brutally, in light of the complexities of life. In any case, time is changing, and our general public is tolerating the...
Topics: Ethnic, Metropolitan, Erosion, Challenges
Combined with CDIO Engineering Education, OBE teaching concept is introduced into the teaching of mathematical modelling course to carry out teaching reform research. According to the OBE concept, the curriculum learning results are set and the project is designed. And under the guidance of CDIO standard, the curriculum is implemented according to the engineering education concept. The OBE-CDIO teaching mode is proposed to explore a new teaching mode of mathematical modelling course and improve...
Topics: OBE-CDIO, Mathematical Modelling, Teaching Reform, Teaching Evaluation
This article studied both serving and retired military officers’ opinions, the ex-military leaders serving in companies in Bangladesh, and compared them to corporate leaders of other backgrounds. The study triangulated the views of mass, employers who employed ex-military with that of the officer’s view. The study finds that though military leaders in some places lack the technical knowledge they perform better in any corporate role. However, mass people think military veterans make good...
Topics: Leadership, Military Leadership, Corporate Leadership, Bangladesh
A Sustainable city can be defined as a city that decreases the inputs and outputs. That Means, they procedure fewer assets and generate less waste as well as there is no air, water and noise pollution or no traffic jam and this city made its individual supremacy. Nowadays, most of the citizens are not more civic conscious, and it is declining day by day. In any city hardly there are seen an agronomic system and people are not aware of planting trees rather than cut down trees.
Topics: Sustainable City, Civic Sense, Restraining Factors, Driving Factors, Enforcement, Social Ethics,...
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The present investigation is conducted to access impact of gender and socio-economic status on emotional maturity of adolescents. Selected sample comprised of 450 adolescents (225 boys and 225 girls) belong to age group of 13 to 18 years from three socio-economic groups (upper, middle and lower socio-economic group. For fulfilling the purpose of study, the higher secondary schools were selected from Prayagraj city. Stratified random sampling technique was used for selection of the sample....
Topics: Adolescents, Emotional Maturity, Socio-Economic Groups
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For a long time humans have colonized, captured and economized the resources on the earth. But with the advancement in the space law now the space and the celestial bodies are also open for being harnessed as an economic resource. One such incident was of a small Pacific country of “Tonga”. The bone of contention was the Geostationary Orbit Slot (GSO) allocation for the country by International Telecommunication Union in 1988-1990. The debate regarding the issue began when the Pacific...
Topics: Economic Resource, Geostationary Orbit Slot, International Telecommunication Union, Outer Space...
The issue of quality of life is a significant element in conducting social analyzes, on various levels. This issue is extremely important; it can be attested even by economic sciences, which, in addition,–have started to perceive the problem from the point of view of social sciences. As research shows, an integral part of the dispute over the quality of life is reflection on the quality of free time. Wellness experienced by the modern man depends largely on its quantity and the culture of...
Topics: Free Time, Quality of Life, Free Time Use, Social Prevention, Social Policy
The present study is carried out to examine the self awareness level (in reference to emotional maturity) of adolescent boys and girls across three socio-economic groups ((upper, middle and lower socio-economic group). Total sample for study was 450 adolescents (225 boys and 225 girls) between the age group of 13 to 18 years, belonging to three socio-economic groups (upper, middle and lower socio-economic group) from Prayagraj city of Uttar Pradesh. Sample was selected through stratified random...
Topics: Adolescents, Emotional Maturity, Self Awareness, Socio-Economic Groups
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There is a strong belief that civic and political participation sustain democracy through civic and political involvement. (Sherrod, 2005; Sherrod and Baskir, 2007). This importance of civic engagement focuses on the need for innovative ways to prompt university students’ in larger political involvement within their community. Another reason that accounts for this growing interest in active citizenship is due to the widespread concern about the decline in civic engagement and low...
Topics: Active Citizenship, Civic Engagement, Community Engagement, Political Engagement, Third Mission
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Most of the people of the world earn their livelihood from service sectors i.e. on employment sectors. The employer and the employee are now facing the challenges of work life balance. It has been a headache of human resource manager that how work life balance of the employees will be maintain properly. Many factors have been focused in this article. These factors will help the company /organisation to improve the productivity and profitability. This article will help the human resource manager...
Topics: Yoga and Pranayam, Job Commitment Mental Stress, Adaptability.
A fascinating aspect of the present day system of company management is the new concept of ‘Corporate Governance’. Under the new system of company’s management the obligations which the companies have to perform are not just the same as they used to be under the ancient Principles of Common Law from which had originated and developed the system of company management. On the other hand, there are certain obligations and responsibilities under the new principles in addition to the earlier...
Topics: Salient features of corporate bodies, Present day functions of corporate bodies, New forms of...
Most of the women start their life in the unorganized sector. Even if they lose their financial support in the family they have to find a source of living in the society which again makes them enter into the unorganized sector. These women have to work long hours in the poor working conditions of the unorganized sector and also work in the house, raising their children and domestic chores without any help from the male gender.
Topics: Unorganized Sector, Illiteracy, Poverty, Ignorance
This study examines the extent to which social and individual factors are associated with aggression and mental health. There is a close relationship between mental health and aggressive behavior; the greater the effort to deal with aggression during early manifestations of aggression, the greater will be the positive impact on mental health of an individual. Since aggression statistically appears to be more troublesome among the youth and growing ones; increased effort to reduce aggression...
Topics: Mental Health, Anger Expression, Aggression, Adolescents, Adults
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The paper examines the credit flows and rural indebtedness among the Indian farmers which has to be taken after the implementation of economic reforms.
Topics: Indian Agriculture, Rural Indebtedness among Indian Farmers, Findings
Communities of Naga people, an integral part of Indian historical journey since ancient times, have contributed immensely to development and preservation of Indian culture, traditions and political ethos. Philosophical examination of the central themes and concepts involved in religious traditions demonstrate the strength of Naga religious thoughts, which followed the famous Vaiśeṣika philosophy, a form of atomism in natural philosophy.
Topics: Community, Culture, Naga, Society, Traditions
This paper attempts to explore the J-curve phenomenon in the case of South Africanagricultural, mining and the manufacturing sector in order to examine whether the exchange rate can be taken as a policytool for improving sectorial in South Africa. Panel VAR model, cointegration and the impulse response function has been employed in order to see the relationships between the nominal effective exchange rate index (NEER) and trade balance (TB) as well as the real effective exchange rate index...
Topics: Trade Balance, Exchange Rate, J-Curve
Since 9/11, Pakistan has been employing all means available to fight extremism and terrorism. The Pakistan security forces have launched several military offensives in the tribal belt and across the country. The government has also utilized the softer and non-kinetic approaches, such as National Action Plan 2014, to fight terrorism. By utilizing the official and unofficial sources, this study aims to connect the non-military options and their effectiveness in dealing with violent extremism and...
Topics: Counterterrorism Policy, Extremism, National Action Plan, Pakistan, Terrorism, South Asia
The purpose of this research is to find out how the social system and contemporary Islamic education, the components involved in the management and organization of Syamsul Ulum Islamic Boarding School in Sukabumi. The method used is descriptive analytic with a phenomenological approach. Social system, in this institution, social system in the form of social action, is formed from social interaction in the form of contact and communication that occurs between various individuals with...
Topics: Social System, Contemporary Islamic Education, Islamic Boarding School
The present study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of slow deep breathing exercise on stress. An experimental approach with one group pretest posttest control group design was adopted. A stratified random sample (N=100) students proportionately selected from grade six to twelve and they were randomly assigned to experimental and control group. Slow deep breathing exercise was administered for a session of 30 minutes/day for a period of 45 consecutive days. Kendler’s Stress Scale was...
Topics: Stress, Slow Deep Breathing Exercise, Adolescents, School Students, Stress Management
This article reports study of the Information Communication Technology (ICT) based Library & Information Services in Engineering College with special reference to Shekhawati Area of Rajasthan - An Evaluation.
Topics: Classification System, Libsys Library Software, Library Consortia and Library Networks
The paper has made an attempt to study the utilization of credit by farmers in Telangana state. In this view, Economic reforms have deepened the crisis in agriculture since 1991. Public investment in agriculture has been declining. Farmers in the dry regions incur debts by investing in ground water resources to seek irrigation facility. Pressure on land in command areas has increased tenancy system.
Topics: Indian Agriculture, Credit Utilization of Farmers, Findings
An attempt has been made in this study to take the opinion of the people about work of Indian Government to Control Corona Virus (Covid-19) in Jind region of Haryana. People opinion about work of Indian Government to Control Corona Virus (Covid-19) in Jind region of Haryana were considered as identification variables. Using questionnaire as a research instrument, 100 sets of questionnaires had been felled by people on Google docs (online). Pie- diagram was used to present the findings opinion...
Topics: Corona Virus, Covid-19
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This study aims to determine the impact of the floods on the environment in the township of Malanville. The climatic data (precipitation from 1971 to 2018) of the Kandi station, map data and social-anthropological data were used. The sensitivity matrix made it possible to assess the level of vulnerability of the municipality to floods. Several factors responsible for the floods in the commune of Malanville were identified: the excess rainfall during the period of 1998- 2018, the strong...
Topics: Floods, Impacts, Environment, Malanville
As India is a developing country, there is the need of qualified employees for various multinational companies to take active participation in converting India into developed country. LPG policy has incorporated by the government of India in the year 1991. The purpose of privatization in education sector was to give autonomy to private sector in education area. More private institutions and universities are growing to create competition in the market. 
Topics: Employee Engagement, Private Institutions, Work Life Balance
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By the beginning of 1997, just as the world celebrated one year of peace in Bosnia, another Balkan state, Albania, plunged into crisis. Shortly after it broke up, government authority collapsed, and the state fell into anarchy as marauding gangs took control of several cities. International forces were eventually called in to help provide humanitarian assistance, control lawlessness, and prepare for new elections.
Topics: Pyramid Schemes, Crisis, Economic and Political Development, International Actors
Using film as the content material for teaching and learning in EFL/ESL classroom is now-a-days becoming popular. This article explores strategies for use with longer works of literature and their film versions. Students are exposed to different media and technology resources, from audio to printed material, however, they still lack the motivation for getting to know in a conventional way.
Topics: Reading Skill, EFL/ESL Classroom, Movies, SLA, Teaching English, Videos
This paper studied the influence of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD and study habits of university undergraduate students in Cross River University of Technology. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is basically an attention problem, which the students experience difficulty in paying attention and being easily distracted, lack of stamina to study for a reasonable time, difficulty completing assignments. 
Topics: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Gender, Study Habits, Study Strategies
This study, therefore, assessed the impacts of road dualization on mobility of residents’ in Ogbomoso. Stratified sampling method was used to select eleven areas that fall within 100metre radius on both side of the dualized road in the study area. A structured questionnaire focusing on socio-economic characteristics of residents along road network, existing condition of road before and after dualization, residents’ satisfaction with road dualization and impacts of road dualization on...
Topics: Road Dualization, Residents’ Mobility, Residents’ Satisfaction, Improvement
The survey of Family Euphorbiaceae from Kopargoantehshil is done. In this we first collection of different member of Family Euphorbiaceae from different region of Kopargoantehasil. An extensive and intensive survey at plants was carried out from village Pathare, Derde, Pohegoan, Kopergaon, Padhegaon, Apegoan during the were collected in flowering and fruiting period throughout the year done. During survey we determine 16 member of Euphorbiceae from Kopargoantehshil Then we decide...
Topics: Family Euphorbiaceae, Respiratory Ailment, Identification, Chracterization and Documentation
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The purpose of this research is to knowledge: waqf is Islamic philanthropy which needs to be empowered for the benefit of the people. This research is based on a literature review on the social dimensions of waqf and social dynamics. Good management of waqf is very potential source of funds to increase the national economic growth rate in an effort to improve the welfare of the people.
Topics: Social Dimensions, Waqf, and Social Dynamics
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E – learning is a learning /teaching tool in education and is now emerging as the advance paradigm for higher education. Hence, the present study was conducted to find the attitude of students towards e-learning. Ex-post facto research design was used for the study. The study was conducted among the first year undergraduate students of Agriculture College & Research Institute, Coimbatore. The study inferred that majority of the students were found to have moderate to highly favourable...
Topics: E – Learning, Paradigm, Programmes, Favourable, Attitude
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E – learning is a learning /teaching tool in education and is now emerging as the advance paradigm for higher education. Hence, the present study was conducted to find the attitude of students towards e-learning. Ex-post facto research design was used for the study. The study was conducted among the first year undergraduate students of Agriculture College & Research Institute, Coimbatore. The study inferred that majority of the students were found to have moderate to highly favourable...
Topics: E – Learning, Paradigm, Programmes, Favourable, Attitude
Law is an expression of Custom, Usage and Tradition which is not derogatory to human nature and popular modal codes.They say marriages are made in heaven. However, it is not true in all the cases. All marriages do not yield the same effect. For some, marriage becomes a living hell! To get out of the torturous situation of marriage ‘Divorce’ is one of the solution which is available to either of the spouses. With the change in the lifestyle of individuals and many other factors, the number...
Topics: Adultery, Contested Divorce, Cruelty, Conversion, Divorce by Mutual Consent, Desertion, Religious...
This research analyzes the anthropic pressure and the impoverishment of the classified forest of Ouémé Boukou, especially at the level of the districts of Béssè, Offè and Okpara in the commune of Savè, due to the massive intrusion of farmers and other exploiters in the aforesaid classified forest in recent years.
Topics: Forest, Ouémé-Boukou, Anthropogenic Pressure, Degradation
This survey aims to analyze the impacts of the pluvial erosion on the environment in the city of Natitingou. The methodological gait rests in particular on the analysis of the climatic data the precipitations on the studied period (1986– 2015) and the data descended of the remote detection. The indication of anomaly Standardized (IAC) and the yearly heap of the precipitations has been calculated to see the climatic variability in the middle of survey. The picture of elevation (DEM) has been...
Topics: Impact, Pluvial Erosion, Environment, City, Natitingou
This paper discusses the manipulative use of language by the patriarchy on the subversion of the identity of women as it relates to women’s representation. The paper also discusses on how the power structures maintain the status quo through hegemonic and performative means. Concepts such as language, representation, feminism and patriarchy are specifically discussed. The ways through which language belittles women were extensively examined and the roles of politics and power structures play...
Topics: Women, Gender, Feminism, Language, Representation, Patriarchy
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A basic fundamental constitutional right of individuals in any society is the right to freedom of speech. Freedom of expression leads to the generation of idea. The right to freedom of speech is however not absolute because with freedom comes responsibility.
Topics: Social Media, Obscenity, Pornography, Conservatist, Liberal, Feminist
Inventory Proceedings play a very important role in the devolution of Heirship in Goa. The Inheritance in Goa can be partitioned by way of drawing of a instrument called Deed of Qualification of Heirs which is drawn before the Special Notary or by way of instating of a suit before the Courts which is called as Inventory Proceeding. The article looks at some of the key points which govern the aspect of Inventory Proceedings in Goa along with the role of the Head of the Family. The Article also...
Topic: Realm of Family Laws
Pattu weaving is a traditional craft practiced by Meghwal community in desert region of western Rajasthan mainly in Barmer, Jaisalmer, Bikaner districts. It is an integral part of their social and cultural living that well balances utility with decoration. It was earlier made from locally available wool that helped in protecting from extreme cold in winters and at the same time symbolized the colourful clothing traditions of local communities using it. Pattu weavers, as a part of larger...
Topics: Communities, Design, Meghwal, Pattu, Weaving
Inflation and unemployment are crucial variables for fluctuation in an economy and this relationship between inflation and unemployment are very debatable and frequently used in macroeconomics. We can see this relationship by the Phillips curve theory. It is the most pertinent tool for policy makers to frame policies for an economy. Phillips curve is particularly relevant to the Central Bank actions. You may have noticed that many financial publications talk about central banks’ attempts to...
Topics: Descriptive, Inflation, Unemployment, Phillips Curve
The aim of the study is to assess the impact of life skills training on mental health and well-being of adolescents through improved communication system in the family. A classical experimental research design with control group and random sampling method were used. The study population comprises of 720 adolescents (both girls and boys in the age group of 16 to 19 years) from six higher secondary schools in Ernakulam Educational district of Kerala. The respondents were selected on the basis of...
Topics: Mental Health and Well-Being, Life Skill Training, Communication System, Adolescents
Tourism plays a key role in globalization. Serious environmental problems caused by tourism have received great attention from the public. Green tourism was defined as responsibility to natural areas, especially to environmental conservation and maintaining the prosperity of the local people. This research focus on the theoretical basis of green tourism and its characteristics. The proposed research model consists of 8 factors affecting green tourism: tourism products, accommodation facilities,...
Topics: Tourism Products, Accommodation Facilities, Human Resources for Tourism, Green Marketing,...
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This study provides a discussion on the basis of data collected with the help of a survey and a summary of the results of the data analysis. It also presents the research questions in context to their respective hypothesis and the analytical techniques to arrive at the conclusion. 360-degree leadership style feedback, readiness matrix software, and composite profile were used as a statistical analysis by the Centre for Leadership Studies Inc.
Topic: Leadership
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In Ready-Made Garments (RMG) sector, Bangladesh faced a big Economic change in late 80’s. Now this sector which is the blood economy of Bangladesh where above 80% of the workers is mostly rural migrant women. These docile, vulnerable unprivileged rural migrant women workers now have become a vital issue for the socio-economic development of the country as well as to contribute to country’s national economic growth. But their affordable accommodation, housing needs and living environment...
Topics: RMG Factories, Women Migrant Worker, Rental Affordable Housing, Living Condition
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An exploration of The Legends of Khasak, (translated by O. V. Vijayan, who also wrote the Malayalam original version Khasakinte Ithihasam) through a structuralist perspective is attempted in this paper. Structuralism is the approach that infers that elements of human culture must be understood by way of their affiliation to a broader, all-encompassing system or structure. The paper works to discover the structures that underlie the narrative of the novel, about sin, penance, salvation and...
Topics: Culture, Language, Myth, Reality, Structuralist
Self-control is the ability to control strong impulses, whereas self-regulation is the capacity to reduce the intensity of strong impulses by managing stress load. The present piece of work attempts to examine this relationship among intermediate students of Hyderabad. The sample of the study includes 122 Intermediate Students of Sultan-Ul-Uloom Junior College, Road No. 3, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The data for measuring self-control is collected by administering The...
Topics: Self-Control, Educational Implications, Human Life
Total knee arthroplasty represents a major advance in the treatment of degenerative joint disease. It provides excellent restoration of joint function and pain relief. Following total knee replacement (TKR) surgery, patients frequently experience intense levels of pain, stress, and anxiety that may reduce their self-efficacy and thus affect their postoperative recovery.
Topics: Anxiety, Assess, Knee Replacement Surgery, Level, Stress
At the crossroads of the field of care and training, is the commitment to a quality, efficient approach, concerned with providing answers adapted to the needs and expectations of customers. Nursing education is now part of a new challenge: to constantly adapt to initiate and contribute to the development of tomorrow's skills, while positioning itself in a more competitive and still very unstable environment (Gurraud, 2006). In this perspective, a new concept has emerged in the field of...
Topics: Portfolio, Use, Students, Teachers
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The most dangerous tasks carried out onboard ships are mooring operations. Data collected by various parties of maritime industry such as Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), Protection and Indemnity Clubs (P&I Clubs). And Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) indicates that mooring accidents occur regularly and often result in deaths. These accidents may result in claims including severe in injuries of fatalities to the crew. While there have been various innovations to...
Topics: Berthing, Crew, Mooring Accidents, P & I Clubs
Maternal mortality remains to be a global public health problem, especially in Sub Saharan Africa especially in Tanzania where maternal mortality ratio is 556 per 100,000 live births. This is far away from the strategic development goal targeting 70 per 100,000 live birth by 2030. The major contribution is low health facilities deliveries which are partly contributed by individual factors, policies and health systems. This study aimed at increasing health facilities deliveries to prevent the...
Topics: Institutional Deliveries, Health Facilities Deliveries, Maternal Mortality, Short Message Services,...
The commune of Djougou is located in the department of Donga in the northwest of Benin, subjected to a dry season and a rainy season; it is inhabited by several sociolinguistic groups including the "yowa". These people live from agriculture and produce "nuŋa" yams, millet "zᴐpela", beans "tura", sorghum "zᴐ" ... Nevertheless the staple food is sorghum "zᴐ". The customs of "yowa" are based on prohibitions, the violation...
Topics: Djougou, Donga, North-West Benin, Climate Variability, Rural Society
The term Indigenous Technical Knowledge is used as “Local Knowledge” and “Traditional Knowledge” interchangeably. It is the dynamic knowledge or body of wisdom of the local people Brahmi (2004). Indigenous Technical knowledge is the specific or the special knowledge of the ethno or the rural communities which is transmitted from one generation to the other by various means. Blending the traditional knowledge with the recent scientific advances paves way for incremental development in...
Topics: Indigenous Technical Knowledge (ITK), Participation, Tribals
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This article analyzes the information about the architectural and historical monuments located in the territory of ancient Karmana, their construction and repair processes, architecture. In particular, there is information about the life and work of the famous mystic Mir Said Bahrom, who lived in the X-XI centuries, the history of the construction of the mausoleum, as well as its restoration during the years of independence. Mir Said Bahrom is a mature scholar, cleric, pious man, prophet, saint...
Topics: Architectural Monument, Architecture, Mysticism, Kufic Writing, Cultural Heritage, Ganchkori Manor,...
This paper is an attempt to explore the relevance of the lost legacy of Gandhi in the context of the Gandhian idea of decentralization at the time of the most challenging health crisis in the world, the pandemic COVID 19. The impetus to the idea of democratic decentralization was first witnessed during the 73rd Constitutional Amendment which came out with the constitutional status to the Panchayati Raj Institutions and evolved three-tier system of Panchayat. The credit goes to the...
Topics: Gandhian Approach, Gram Swaraj, Panchayati Raj, COVID 19 Kerala Model, Gandhian Relevance
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In this modern era of information technology, social media is the key factor for communication with library users. It has created a new platform for librarians to supply library services in an effective and innovative way. In this paper an attempt has been made to know the utility of internet commutation sites among library professionals. The study also identifies the perception among library professionals with regard to importance of these multimedia tools. The study is based on survey...
Topics: Social Media, Social Networking, Reference Service, Blog, YouTube
Babies with low birth weight run the risk of higher mortality and morbidity than the normal babies. These babies are neurologically and physiologically unstable and hence they are subjected to various health problems. Mothers face various difficulties in managing such babies as they are ignorant and lack confidence in handling and caring for such babies. The aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of information, education and communication package on knowledge on developmental care...
Topics: Low Birth Weight Baby, Developmental Care, Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Package
The nomenclature ‘Nigerian Theatre’ is a means of creating a niche by looking inward and uncovering the traditional and cultural attributes that distinguishes us as a people. This notion is a deviation from the total dependence on Western culture to a local content concept. Employing marketing, publicity and advertising as a driving force to achieve economic viability, self- sustenance and cultural relevance in the Nigerian theatre has become crucial and necessary. 
Topics: Advertisement, Creative Space Publicity, Marketing, Nigerian Theatre
In Indonesia, the acceleration on the implementation of the national strategic project (PPSN) was promoted by the government to expand economic growth. PPSN is established by increasing accessibility from the center to the region of economic growth. The PPSN covers toll road, road, infrastructure and railway infrastructure, airports, ports, housing, oil refineries, gas pipelines/LPG and other large projects. The legal basis of PPSN is Presidential Regulation Number 3 Year 2016.
Topics: General Attorney, Development, Legal Opinion, Corruption and Effectiveness
Ayn Rand’s laissez-faire capitalism is a politico-economic system as against socialism, communism, and even mixed economy. It presupposes the existence of a free market, abolition of government interference in the process of production and the absence of the use of force in the proceedings of economy. Consequently, for an efficient appraisal and resolution of the theme in question, this scholarly work adopted the analytic and critical methods of study, to traverse Ayn Rand's laissez-faire...
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The phrase North East is often used as an umbrella term to denote the eight states located in the north-eastern part of India. However, the distinct linguistic heritage, diverse ethnicity and culture of the eight states which together make up the North East defies any sort of generalization. To speak of the North East as singular entity would therefore be a misleading proposition. The present paper attempts at examining some of the pertinent tribal entrepreneurial opportunities in the context...
Topics: North East, Ethnicity, Culture, Entrepreneurship
Anxiety is a subjective feeling of apprehension, tension and worry, which is thought to be relatively stable personality characteristics Speilberg (1973) suggested that Anxiety contributes to the development of hypertension. Anxiety has been directly shown to stimulate acute auto1nomic arousal (Rusk et al 1990) and blood pressure reactivity. Secondly responding to anxiety or anxiety provoking experiences with anger has been shown to contribute to cardiovascular diseases. Objective is:
Topics: Anxiety, Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Obesity, Cardio-Vascular- Diseases Vulnerable Population,...
The Internet is a storehouse of knowledge. General Knowledge is an essential part of education. The Internet is the best means for acquiring know-how. The students can learn very interesting things by accessing the internet. The access to Internet is very useful for the students to develop their innovation capability in their subject and knowledge of the world. The Internet can give us a clear idea of the current events of the country and the world. The Internet also brings out the plans and...
Topics: Internet, Electronic environment, Internet Accessing Habits and Attitude
State Universities and Colleges in the Region provide best educational practices and quality instructional methods, approaches and principles which made them known in the international arena along impressive faculty profile and leveling, programs which are centers of excellence and development, accreditation and high board examination performances.
Topics: Adapted Physical Education, Hoteling’s Trace, Multi/Biserial Correlation, State Universities and...
School van service is a widely used service in Dhaka city. In this study, the operation and maintenance process of van services for school going children in the selected community of Dhaka city has been found out by applying several PRA methods. The emergence of this service has occurred for fulfilling the transportation need of a great number of students from lower to upper-middle income families.
Topics: School Transport Service, Public Participation, Congestion, Mobility, Community Entrepreneurship
The topic has been analyzed on handicrafts practice among Mising Tribes of Assam due to focus them in society for their active role in the measures of traditional products. In fact, traditional art and crafts are succinctly seemed in the universal economic agenda i.e. from the incipient age of civilization the people practicing their need based handicraft items.
Topics: Tribe Empowerment, Traditional Craft, Production, Generation and Redistribution, To Hold the...
The emotional stress is the challenge often faced by Malaysian teachers. The seriousness of the work pressure among teachers was repeatedly reported in the media. The issue seem to be continously happened which has triggered the researcher to investigate why such things happen even for primary school teachers.
Topics: Primary School Teachers, Teachers Emotional Stress, Work Load, Time Constraint, Student Discipline
During the period of the early nineteenth century, the slavery system was seen in every place where the people were exploited by rich people. It was extended even in the twentieth century. People have to work for a very low amount with a longer duration of time which extends up to 18 hours a day.
Topics: Payment of Wages Act 1936, Section 1 Application, Section 14 –Inspector, Section 14-A –...
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This paper is an attempt to depict the demolition of nature due to the Second World War. Nature takes an integral part in the lives of people. The paper, by using the drama waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, illustrator how the unavoidable relationship between man nature are fragmental during the Modern Era. In this paper I have tried to show Beckett’s duality in representing nature through Vladimir and Estragon; Firstly, it reveals the exploitation of nature, and secondly, it precariously...
Topics: Vladimir, Estragon, Exploitation, Disintigration
A close reading of T.S. Eliot’s seminal modernist “poetic drama” Murder in the Cathedral and William Shakespeare’s monumental, pivotal “history play” Henry VIII reveal a serious and deadly conflict between the state and the church or the Crown and the Pope. This paper sets out to investigate the cause(s) of this conflict, the winner and loser, who is to blame and the possible ideal solution on the relationship between the church and the state. 
Topics: Roman Catholic, Protestant, Pope, King/Crown, Beckett, Wolsey and Katherine
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Speech production system experiences complex dynamic tongue movements for the production of retroflexes. This makes retroflexes distinct from other phonemes. Present study aimed to analyze the articulatory dynamics and coarticulatory pattern of retroflexes across three major languages of India: Hindi, Kannada, and Malayalam. Ninety adult speakers having equal number of native speakers for each language participated as subjects. The stimuli consisted of VCV sequences with C corresponding to...
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“Experience is the best teacher”. Though the proverb proves its strength, it is miserable to note many of the educational institutions do not change accordingly to the changes that have been emanated in the Educational System. The administrators still pester the teachers and the students to follow the traditional way of teaching and rote methods. In the examinations, the questions test the retention power of the student but not the application of concepts to solve or answer the problem.
Topics: Experiential Learning, Challenges of Teachers and Students, Administrative Problems