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A strong banking sector is important for developing economy. The cooperative immerse nearly all cent percent villages in India. The cooperative form of organization is the ultimate Organization for economically weaker sections in the country. The disaster of the Co-operative banking sector may have an adverse impact on other sectors. The management of NPA's in co-operative banks is a really tough challenge and UN manageable task. The Study of the cooperative structure in India has proved that...
Topics: Cooperative Bank, Non Performing Assets, Performing Asset, Co-Operative Bank
Single episode admissions in Forensic Psychiatric care have enquired into ‘Length of Stay’ in Hospitals, with different methods of calculating this, and the determining factors from patient data per se were reported in paper I. There is a growing recognition of the negative effects of environmental factors, interpersonal dynamics and the prolonged restrictive stay in secure care as detrimental to patient recovery. Effectiveness of treatment interventions for mental disorders and risk...
Topics: Continuity of Care, Improving Outcomes, Mentally Disordered Offender, Pathway, Accommodation Model,...
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ABSTRACT Apart from the theme of oppressive nature of Indian joint family system and its morbid shadow on the individual's social and psychological, behaviour, Mahesh Dattani treads another area—human sexuality—both in its natural and so-called unnatural facets, in his play Seven Steps around the Fire. Eunuchs in India generally belong to the hijra community. Hijras are found all over India leading a pathetic life devoid of any social recognition. They are objects of mistrust, ridicule and...
Topics: KEYWORDS: Eunuchs, Hijras, Unnatural, Marginal, Ridicule, Contempt
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In his widely celebrated poem The Waste Land (1922) Thomas Stearns Eliot, the Nobel laureate, pictures the spiritual downfall of the modern world and delineates the capitalist canon on the rise. People of this era are trapped into the materialistic quicksand that makes them totally sterile and hollow. Consequently, traditional beliefs like Christianity have been replaced bycapitalism. The lack of spirituality, Eliot asserts, makes the modern man lustful and robotic where people are haunted by...
Topics: Spiritual Barrenness, Mechanical Sex, War, Capitalism, Ecocriticism, Alienation
Unitary and federal are the main systems of governance; however, there are other systems of governments as well in modern politics. Some of the systems of politics have been changed due to the immediate needs of the country and the desire of the political leadership.
Topics: Constitution, Federalism, Governance, Need, System
The entire globe seems to be reeling under a pathogenic threat; a global contagion is doing the rounds, has been the buzzword. But, the news of India-China border confrontation at Galwan Valley in Mid June 2020 has also been grabbing headlines and created a volatile situation in Ladakh Valley.
Topics: Pathogenic Threat, Global Contagion, Rising Dragon, Dancing Elephant, Constructivism, Realism,...
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In India a system of ritualised prostitution, known as Devadasi System, exists. In this system a girl, usually before reaching the age of puberty, is dedicated or married to a temple, continues in several southern states including Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala and some parts of Maharastra and Orissa. Literally meaning „female servant of god, “Devadasi” is usually belong to the Dalit community. The word “Devadasi” originates from two Sanskrit words Deva ‟ which means...
Topics: Dalit Women, Devadasi, Hinduism, Indian Social System, History
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The vast majority of Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) researches is mostly focused on security and ATM modeling, but no study has considered extracting financial information from the electronic journal (EJs). ATM Customer transactions are recorded in a semi-structured text file called EJ. This makes it difficult to run a direct search query on such format to resolve transaction disputes in banks. This research focuses on how to extract financial information from ATM EJs. An EJ Parser algorithm...
Topics: Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), ATM State chart, EJ Parser, ATM Electronic Journal, EJs, EJ, NDC,...
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Whether a forensic document examiner should express an opinion regarding authorship on the handwritten documents of unfamiliar language has been a matter of debate since the very origin of science. There is a clear division among the experts of the discipline of whom some are in favour of rendering opinion and the rest strongly against it.                The consideration further complicates when this question is raised in a scenario like that of Indian linguistic diversity,...
Topics: Forensic, Document, Examination, Handwriting, Unfamiliar, Scripts, Languages
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Topics: Lakshmi, Durga and Saraswati and Put on the Pedestals of Glory, and so went the saying 'Yatra...
In this paper, problem of obstacle encountered by using various trials and examinations. It is suggested that in large surroundings home land surroundings with regards of robot requests, it can become more effective if the trials of robot considers acquaintance already gained and its results during rest of the plan of actions.
Topics: Path Planning, RPPOA, Homeland Environment
Armed Conflicts are inevitable now days. The international community wants to establish their power, domain and dominance over the weaker section with the aid of armed conflicts, either it may be internal or international. The risk factors in armed conflicts usually reflected on the vulnerable and disadvantaged group. In such group, the disabled persons stand first.
Topics: Art 11 OF UNCRPD, Persons with Disabilities
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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (1925) is often referred to as one of the best exemplification of the Jazz Age or the Roaring Twenties. The wealthy Gatsby is the American dream incarnate and his parties exhibit the enthusiasm of the 1920’s. The Roaring Twenties also propagated the feminine ideal of the “new woman” who could defy the norms of patriarchy. However, even with the emergence of the “new woman” the inequities did not cease to exist. This paper analyses how The Great...
Topics: Patriarchy, Gender, Women, New Woman, Feminism
The Medieval Bhakti movement as well as Sufism witnessed an outpouring of literature in the Indian subcontinent. The female bhakti-poets, such as Andal Ranganayaki Alvar, Akka Mahadevi, Gangasati, Muktabai, Janabai, Lal Ded, Soyarabai, Nirmala, Kanhopatra, Tallapaka Thirumalamma (Timmakka), Molla, Meera (Mirabai), Bahinabai, etc., and the women Sufis, such as Bibi Fatima Sam, Bibi Hafiz Jamal, Mai Sahiba (Bibi Zulekha), Bibi Jamal Khatun, Bibi Ajiba, the Mughal princess – Jahanara Begum,...
Topics: Aestheticism Vs. Feminism, Bhakti, Cosmopolitanism Vs. Feminism, Dadu Panth, Hagiographies, History...
Street foods are defined as ready to- eat foods and beverages prepared and sold by vendors and hawkers in streets and other similar public places. However, the foods are often prepared under unsanitary conditions and stored for long periods in unsuitable conditions before selling. A study was undertaken to assess the knowledge and adopted practices of street food vendors in the city of Anand-Vidhyanagar regarding food hygiene and safety in Gujarat state. From the study, it has been found that...
Topics: Food Hygiene, Food Safety, Street Food Vendors, Knowledge, Adopted Practices
Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is an important initiative in the field of financial inclusion which is targeted at making all the necessary banking services available to every person in our country especially the poor. This paper deals with a critical analysis of this Yojana in order to find out to what extent it had been able to benefit the people through financial inclusion.
Topics: Financial Inclusion, Banks, Beneficiaries, Debit Cards, Bank Account etc
The study critically examined organizational appraisal, which simply involves the assessment of functional areas policies and strategies. The focus on appraisal and diagnosis of the external environment enables the firm to think of what it might choose to do, as well as determining which opportunities and threats could be significant to the company in the future.
Topics: Organizational Appraisal, Capabilities Factors, Functional Strategies, Firms Sustainability,...
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Ladakh is located in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, situated at a height of 2500m above sea level surrounded bypasses as high as 4000 to 6000m. It lies between the great Himalayas in the south and, the Karakoram mountains in the north, which is known as the trans-Himalayas region which consists of Ladakh and Zanskar ranges. Ladakh is largely a desolate cold desert, uneven terrain, with little vegetation on the mountains and fully fledged vegetation along the banks of rivers and its...
Topics: Tibetan Buddhism, Archeological and Literary Evidence
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The Indian higher education system kept the conventional way of learning for a long time, and it has changed and turned into a semester system that consists of 15-18 weeks of academic work equivalent to 90 actual days of teaching which is now practiced in the institutions of higher education in India.
Topics: Credit and Semester System (CSS), Choice Based Credits, Outcome-Based Education, Evaluation and...
Dalits commonly live in distinct areas, away from the caste Hindu societies, and they are regularly prohibited to access public wells. Caste and discrimination have much seen in studied subjects, particularly, this article discovers the nature and role of education and its connection to empowerment on rural Dalit women.
Topics: Caste, Gender, Dalit, Empowerment, Patriarchy, Autobiography
Case method, real world or authentic contexts besides laboratory and museum play a significant role in developing scientific appreciation. The principles of field based experiences and nature study can be utilized for scientific understanding, a basis for appreciating the nature as well as the scientist’s ingenuity.
Topics: Appreciation, Lower Secondary Class, Academic Standard, Scientists’ Contribution
In this paper, we discuss e-waste, the trade of e-waste, the advantages and disadvantages of the e-waste trade. We also discuss the laws and regulations related to the e-waste trade at the national level in India. We find that the stockpile of ewaste has been increasing over the period both due to domestic production and the import of the e-waste. E-waste and its trade have both positive and negative effects on human health and the environment, however, the disadvantages are far more and...
Topics: E-Waste, Trade, Environment, India
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Mappilas, the Muslim community of the south-west coast of India have a unique place in the socio-cultural and hi storical arena of Kerala. The literary contributions of the Mappilas are often called as Mappilapattu or mappila songs. Map pilapattu, have been classified into different variants in accordance with different themes. In the beginning, Mappilapattuw ere written in long papers having a low width, such papers are known as ‘safeena’ in Arabic. These songs usually called as...
Topics: Anti-Colonial Struggle, Amalgamation. Cultural Synthesis, Psychological Weapon
Tragedy is an eternally powerful dramatic representation in literature that, across generations, has stood the test of time and gripped audiences with its strong and realistic protagonists whose tragic flaw may be their downfall. However, the question must be asked: how realistic is this tragic flaw put forth? Does the male tragic protagonist’s tragic flaw lie solely within him and not the circumstances around him? And what about the existence of female tragic protagonists? To answer these...
Topics: Female, Male, Tragic Flaw, Tragic Protagonist
Manual metal arc welding is a common type welding which is used everywhere in fabrication industries. The flux uses for electrode has a vital role in its tensile strength characteristics besides its main function.
Topics: Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW), Basicity Index (BI), Tensile Strength
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Negativity and pessimism are prevalent everywhere. COVID-19 has been compared to the Great Depression of the 1930s. New bottoms of a downfall in economic activity are being reported by analyst and agency reports. The impact of the virus outbreak on the Indian economy is huge across sectors, in various scenarios of total, protracted, and partial lockdown, and at various levels of capacity utilisation. Indian economy, be that as it may, features a somewhat distinctive story to tell at this
Topics: COVID-19, Indian Economy, Pandemic, Lockdown, GDP, Sectors
The needle punched nonwoven can be used as automotive interiors. The needle punched product can full-fill this purpose. This will be eco-friendly and also serves as an alternative material. The needled punched web is prepared with the three different compositions in order to find the best suitability of the purpose.
Topics: Needle Punched Web, Cotton, Kapok, Recycled Polyesters, Thermal Conductivity
In the modern world, it is our main responsibility to provide better e-government service to the citizens. Now-a-days government sectors face main problems like security, availability and reliability, scalability. House tax billing to the government office is one of them problem.
Topics: Cloud Computing Model, E-Government, E-Government Challenges
This essay aims at unearthing the myriad connotations of women’s silence in selected short stories of Shashi Deshpande. Despite her refusal to identify herself as a feminist, Deshpande seeks to unravel the ways and the strategies that women often resort to in order to break free of the silence that patriarchy enjoins upon them.
Topics: Silence, Speech, Patriarchy, Women
This paper attempts to present a brief summary of the important research in the area of earnings management. The paper encompasses not only the conceptual aspect of the topic, but also the other firm specific factors which are related with earnings management.
Topics: Earnings Management, Comprehensive Understanding
The study examined the impact of forest fires on property values, the built environment and the natural environment. An extensive literature review was undertaken to unravel the impact of forest fires on the environment. The study found that forest fires decreased property values in areas the forest fires occurred and nearby areas.
Topics: Property, Values, Built, Natural, Environment
The needle punched nonwoven can be used as automotive interiors. The needle punched product can full-fill this purpose. This will be eco-friendly and also serves as an alternative material.
Topics: Needle Punched Web, Cotton, Kapok, Recycled Polyesters, Thermal Conductivity
It was in the second half of nineteenth century that a number of personalities gathered in Berhampur, who added new dimension to the Bengal Renaissance. They enriched Bengal with their wisdom and scholarly activities over the century. Many mysteries regarding social, cultural and political aspects of the past of the country have been revealed with their tireless efforts. It can be said that renaissance does not take place in any particular region all of a sudden; a suitable background helps it...
Topics: Orientalist, Intelligentsia, Renaissance, Annotated, Classical
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It is not everyone’s cup of tea to write mystical poetry unless one undergoes such experience. In this context, Raghupathi living close to nature writes on and off about nature with different permutations and combinations and transcends beyond human experiences to capture the essence of truth
Topics: Mystical Tones, Nature, Truth, Experience, Transcend
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In ancient India the sources of drugs were of vegetable, animal and mineral origin. They were prepared empirically by few experienced persons. Knowledge of that medical system was usually kept secret within a family. There were no scientific methods of standardization of drugs. But now-a-days, pharmacy field developed to an extent and improved in many ways. The researcher researched the problems faced by the retail medical stores in many ways and suggested some points to recover from the...
Topics: Medical Stores, Pharmaceutical Companies, Indian Medicines
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The COVID 19 have testing times for the brands and marcom companies, the sudden outbreak of the pandemic brought the lives to a standstill, and amidst this most of the brands started struggling to find a feat for themselves. It has been indeed challenging to sell the products. A number of companies have reworked towards communicating their brands to gain a maximum share.
Topics: Advertising, Communication, Brand, Covid-19
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This paper initiates a theoretical enquiry into two very significant aspects of Human resource management i.e. HR Practices vis a vis Training, Compensation and Performance appraisal and Employee retention.
Topics: HR Practices, Training, Compensation, Performance Appraisal and Employee Retention
In the past few years, Maritime collision became one of the most significant and repetitive threats to ships while sailing in the international or inland waterways or even inside the port. By analyzing collision accidents, it is apparent that 90% of these accidents were caused by human errors (EMSA, 2016). As a result, the international maritime organization (IMO) started to conduct thorough studies which aiming at analyzing human errors as a primary cause of collision accidents. This analysis...
Topics: Collision, Fatigue, Human Errors, International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea...
Right now seeming near the research of the particular calculations for their sensibility, probability, adaptability regarding the matter of cloud situation, after that we attempt to suggest the hybrid technique that might be grasped to improve the contemporary level further. With the goal that it can move cloud suppliers to offer a superior fine of administrations. A few metaheuristic calculations which incorporate Particle Swarm Streamlining (PSO) technique and Variable Neighborhood Particle...
Topics: Cloud Computing, Met Heuristic, GA, PSO and VNPSO
The aim of present investigation is to analysis the internal motivation (in reference to emotional maturity) of adolescent boys and girls across three socio-economic groups ((upper, middle and lower socio-economic group). Selected sample was consisted of 450 adolescents (225 boys and 225 girls) between the age group of 13 to 18 years belonging to three socioeconomic groups (upper, middle and lower socio-economic group) from Prayagraj city of Uttar Pradesh. Stratified random sampling technique...
Topics: Adolescents, Internal Motivation, Emotional Maturity, Socio-Economic Group
The success of any organisation largely depends on the employees job satisfaction when an employee get satisfied for his/her reward then definitely he or she can contribute better for organisation. Because job satisfaction is an important concern of professional commitments. There are various factors that bring the job satisfaction but at the same time, the lack of them is responsible job dissatisfaction. Employee’s job satisfaction is very essential concerning about the company’s constant...
Topics: Employee, Job, Performance, Productivity and Satisfaction etc
The Nigerian soil over the years has proven to be a fertile ground for poetic overflow. This is evident in the outburst of poems that have emanated from the country and now grace the African and world literature at large. Poetry, a genre of literature which some scholars believe to be of Western origin is not alien to Africa. Africans have their own poetry laced in oral tradition and cultural artefacts of the people prior to colonialism. Poetry in Africa in the course of its evolution has...
Topics: Greek practices, Historically
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Online teaching is the buzz word. - It is also the need of the hour. This paper describes what online teaching is, the tool to assess online teacher’s abilities and evaluates one of the authors’ conduct of online teaching.
Topics: Collaborative Learning, Constructivist Framework, Continuous Professional Development, One-To-One...
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Anton Chekhov is one of the greatest literary stalwarts of not just Russia but of the world. He addressed the woman question in many of his works. Betrothed is one of them. Existential Feminism debunks and discredits the enfeebling gender roles and cultural constructs foisted on women by society, hampering their self-determination.
Topics: Existentialism, Feminism, Patriarchal Constrictions, Eternal Feminine, Immanence, Inessential...
This research analyses the modes and kinds of oppression and gender based violence faced by Afghan women represented in the novel A Thousand Splendid Suns. Afghan women are the victims of physical, sexual and religious violence, the violence inflicted upon women by the strict Islamic laws of the then Taliban reign. The research also analyses how Afghan women have resisted the patriarchal oppression. I also focus on the role of education and sisterhood among women as the means to struggle and...
Topics: Oppression, Gender Based Violence, Sisterhood, Marginalization
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Retail industry in India is undergoing changes as large players are entering into retail business. Concerns have been raised that the aggressive expansion of corporate retailers may have adverse impact on small business.
Topics: Indian Retail, Corporate Retail, Unorganized Retail Sector, Small Retailers, Foreign Direct...
The degree of Technology acceptance is measured in many research articles and is now gaining momentum due to the Global pandemic. Technology is the only alternative solution to get the job done. The world was already moving towards a technological oriented environment, but with the advent of covid-19 the pace of this transformation has increased.
Topics: Technology Acceptance, M Learning Systems, Covid 19, Global Lockdown
Woman is exploited in patriarchal system.The patriarchal system allows man to have physical relationship outside marriage. It is normal in the view of society. But, even if a woman is suspected of having relation outside marriage, the men view it as if the calamity has fallen on their family. This is injustice to women.
Topics: Patriarchal System, Social State of Woman, Superstitions
Mahesh Dattani is one of the eminent Indian English playwrights, who mainly deals with the contemporary Indian society. He considers gender bias unnatural and ethical and brings out complex and multidimensional nature of the issue. His plays Tara and Dance like a Man deal with the theme of gender bias in society. The play Tara touches on the issue of gender-based division of labor and how this division creates barriers in the way of creativity and talent for both genders. Though, both Tara and...
Topics: Gender Discrimination, Transgender, Gender Politics, Gender Bias and Patriarchy
This Paper attempts to compare and analyze numeral classifiers of Bodo, Rabha and KokBorok languages. They have been recognised with same sub-group and they migrated together in North-East India. (Chatterji, Suniti Kumar, Kirata Jana Kriti, 2007, page -45-46). Some Similarities and Dissimilarities are found among these languages. Each language has its own Structures and Functions in numeral classifiers.
Topics: Classifiers, Structures, Functions, Similarities and Dissimilarities
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Fredrick Douglass’s Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written by Himself stood apart as a piece of writing in English literature which laid bare to the reader the psychosomatic perspective of the institution of slavery.
Topics: Slavery, Silence, Powerlessness, Power, Black
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Clothes create meaning without words. Historical clothes can be copied, reconstructed, a source of inspiration, or reappropriated by an individual, by brands, by social groups or by subcultures. Their re-appropriation creates new values, messages and gives another dimension to the cultural history of the given garment. Their new meaning is superimposed and mixed with the past one.
Topics: History of Costume, Clothing, Semiotic, Structuralism, Hermeneutic, Sign, Zapotec Ethnic Group,...
The chronological order and analysis of Greek print detergent advertisements in this article, aims to provide an elaborate model of observation of detergent advertisements and, in particular, their displacements in the period between 1902 and 2019. The empirical material of the study is composed of 300 detergent advertisements based on their use. The chronological tracking of advertisements is intended to capture the shifting of detergent products and, consequently, changes in our perception of...
Topics: Cognitive Science, Historical Advertisements, Visual and Textual Diversity, Visual Retrieval,...
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In this article, some of Iran (and my) scientific problems are mentioned. Also, my own honors are reviewed. It is concluded that Iran and I will not become anything in the science, I have no intelligence and Iran and I will not become anything in general.
Topics: Politics, JePolitics, Jealousy, DEPRESSIVE REALISM, Industryalousy, DEPRESSIVE REALISM, Industry
The chronological order and analysis of Greek print detergent advertisements in this article, aims to provide an elaborate model of observation of detergent advertisements and, in particular, their displacements in the period between 1902 and 2019. The empirical material of the study is composed of 300 detergent advertisements based on their use.
Topics: Cognitive Science, Historical Advertisements, Visual and Textual Diversity, Visual Retrieval,...
This study aimed to identify the extent to which Arabic language teachers are aware of modern teaching strategies for the higher basic stage in Hebron Governorate.
Topics: Perception, Teaching Strategies, High Primary Stage, Arabic Language
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Women’s autobiographies are supposed confessions of self and species. They are chronicles of women’s lives. In Kannada there are outfits of women’s perspectives. They are not revolutionary as they appear in Marathi
Topics: Women’s Perspectives, Subversive Strategies
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This article reflects the events of socio-political and cultural life in the Bukhara Khanate in the 16th century. Mirzo Ulugbek's activities were also mentioned as the reasons for the Temurids' departure from power, in particular, the processes of the end of the Timurid rule in Central Asia and the emergence of the Shaybanid state during this period, the cultural environment in the Bukhara Khanate during the Shaybanid dynasty.
Topics: Social Life, Culture, Politics, Science, Uzbek, Madrasa, Mysticism, Sheikh, Academy, Astronomy,...
The concept “corporate governance” has become one of the main pillars that must underpin economic units. It is one of the most prominent and important frameworks in the regional and international institutions and organizations. Corporate governance importance increased due to the economic change found place in the end of last century after the fall of communism system. This new economic system greatly depends on private companies, which are keen to study, analyze and apply governance...
Topics: Corporate Governance, Egypt’s Corporate
Right now seeming near the research of the particular calculations for their sensibility, probability, adaptability regarding the matter of cloud situation, after that we attempt to suggest the hybrid technique that might be grasped to improve the contemporary level further.
Topics: Cloud Computing, Met Heuristic, GA, PSO and VNPSO
The point of the examination was intended to decide the Effect of six week Swimming and Meditation Practices on Haemoglobin. To accomplish the reason, Forty Five (N=45) Pre University understudies considering different Colleges in and around Belagavi, Karnataka State, India during the scholarly year 2019-2020 were chosen haphazardly as subjects. Their age went from 17 to 19 years.
Topics: Swimming, Meditation, Haemoglobin
This article explores the theoretical and methodological aspects of costs associated with cost estimates in public sector organizations, their recognition, types of costs and related situations.
Topics: Budget Funds, Extrabudgetary Resources, Budget Accounting, Accounting, Organization Of Public...
Women empowerment is a debatable subject. In the days gone by, they were getting equal status with men. But they had faced some difficulties during the post-Vedic and epic ages. Many a time, we treat as slaves and second-class citizens. From early twenty century (national movement) their statuses have been changed slowly and gradually. In this regard, we mentioned the name of the British people. After the independence of India, the constitutional makers and national leaders
Topics: Women Empowerment, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, India, South India, Impacts, Challenges
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This study examined Gender disparity in net primary school enrolment among the districts of Punjab (Pakistan).             The secondary data of 34 districts of Punjab is used for this study. The study found that there exist wide disparities in primary school enrolment among the districts of Punjab. There is a high disparity in primary school enrolment in districts of lower Punjab as compared to the districts of upper and central Punjab. The disparity in net primary enrolment among...
Topics: Primary School, Education, Educational Disparity
Brick kiln is a traditional and an important unorganised industrial sector in India and other developing countries. Brick kilns are small scale sector which uses manual labour and traditional firing technologies. It is estimated that more than 100,000 kilns produce about 80 to100 billion bricks per year in India. The present demand is estimated as 120 billion bricks per year. The employment of brick kilns is approximately eight million people. These industries supply bricks for constructions of...
Topics: Brick Industry, Pollution, GDP, Suspended Particulate Matter, Pollution Control Measures.
Foreign language learners spontaneously employ translation as a tool to support their learning. Omani EFL and FFL learners are no exception. A number of local empirical studies have investigated the use of translation in Core English in Oman. However, this is the first study to examine translation use in Elective EFL and FFL classrooms.
Topics: EFL, FFL, Learning Tool, Theme Generation Model, Translation
Who is a citizen, and what is citizenship? These two questions have troubled the political scientists since the ancient times. Over the last one decade, in international scenario, a number of studies have focused on understanding conceptions of citizenship among pre-service teachers, in-service teachers and teacher-educators (Banks 2004; Kennedy, 2004).
Topics: Teacher Education, Citizenship, Social Justice
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Nonlinear optics is the study of phenomena that occur as a consequence of the modification of the optical properties of a material system by the presence of light. Nonlinear optical phenomena are “nonlinear” in the sense that they occur when the response of a material system to an applied field depends in a nonlinear manner on the strength of the optical field. Typically, only laser light is sufficiently intense to modify the optical properties of a material system. In nonlinear optics,
Topics: Interatomic, Laser, Linear Optics, Nonlinear Optics, Intensity, Field Strength
Turnaround time in recruitment refers to the total time taken in the entire process. This time starts when a requisition is made to for a vacant position to the time when the candidate actually joins the organization. The use of internet to select candidates from a database makes this process to be known as e- recruitment. The study was carried out at Cafe Coffee Day (CCD). The study was to determine the time taken in the e-recruitment process. The purpose of this study was to benchmark the...
Topics: Turnaround Time, Recruitment, SPSS, Survey, Café Coffee Day
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Developing skills in the population speeds up the process of human capital formation, along with physical capital accumulation The three most important pillars of human capital formation are education, health and technical knowledge (skill)
Topics: Human Capital Formation, Physical Capital, Economic Growth, Education, Health
This article investigates the link between kulobola and the transformation of cultural practices of Tumbuka society of Lundazi during colonial period. Using qualitative and quantitative data, the article explores how kulobola facilitated the transformation of Tumbuka cultural practices. It demonstrates how the introduction of kulobola improved access (or enrolment), retention and literacy levels among female folk. It also shows how kulobola helped the Tumbuka to either reduce or completely get...
Topics: Kulobola, Tumbuka Cultural Transformations, Marriage Practices, Patrilineal System, Girl Child...
This study examined the growth rate of Big Data research literature over the period 2001 to 2020. Data were extracted from WoS and Scopus Databases and merged with Bibliometrics, R programming. Collected data further refined and remove duplicate records and finally analyzed a total of 19667 research papers. This study aims to determine various scientometric indicators, including the year-wise distribution of records, annual growth rate, compound annual growth rate, authorship pattern, etc.,...
Topics: Scientometrics, Big Data, Bibliometrix, Authorship Pattern
In the beginning of the human civilization the pattern of most of the human settlements was rural in nature. Most of the urban settlements have developed from the rural settlements. Prior to the Industrial Revolution the world’s population resided in rural settlements, but the period that followed the Industrial Revolution witnessed rapid migration of rural population to the towns and cities.
Topics: Civilization, Migration, Urbanization, Environment, Population, Uttarakhand
Disaster risk mitigation has become most important area in disaster management, especially in India. Pandemic COVID19 also comes under disaster, and has been managed accordingly under National Disaster Management Act 2005. While medical professionals were handling the patients in hospitals/labs, greater efforts and teams were required for awareness campaign for following safe practices and enforcing it.
Topics: Disaster Risk, Mitigation, Pandemic, COVID-19, NCC
The Indian economy is still quite reliant on agriculture and it contributes nearly 14% of the country's gross domestic product and almost 60% of the population is dependent on agriculture. The concept of organic food is gaining widespread acceptability and the market is growing rapidly in countries like India and China.
Topics: Organic farming, Awareness level, attitudes of Farmers towards organic farming and Potential market...