Find Below Articles Published in
Volume -8 Issue - 11
Month [Year] -- November [2017]
*Contents are provided by Authors of articles. Please contact us if you having any query.

   No of Download : 22    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

With the rate the world's population increasing, the concern will be how we are going to meet everyone's needs with the Earth's slowly diminishing resources.The rapid increase in the world's population is pretty evident when one looks at the numbers.

   No of Download : 45    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

हिन्दी रीति परम्परा का विकास आचार्य कृपाराम से प्रारम्भ होता है। हिन्दी रीतिकाल में मुगल बादशाहों का बोलबाला था तथा भक्तिकाल का अवसान हो रहा था। मुगलों के समय दरबारी मनोवृत्ति एवं चाटुकारिता बढ गई थी। कविवर्ग अपनी आय का स्त्रोत बढा़ने के लिए दरबारो में शरण लेने लगे थे। इस अवधि में रीतिकाव्य परम्परा का विकास होता रहा। इस युग का सारा काव्य चाटुकारिता एवं उक्तिवैचित्रय से परे नही है। इस काल के काव्यग्रंथो में विलास की मादकता अधिक दिखाई देती है। रीतियुगीन काव्य को शास्त्रीय चिन्तन दृष्टि के परिप्रेक्ष्य में देखने से यह स्पष्ट होता है कि इस बात में अलंकार-निरूपण, रस एवं नायक-नायिका भेद निरूपण एवं सर्वांग निरूपक ग्रंथो की रचनाएँ हुई। इन शास्त्रीय कवियो में ऐसे कवि भी हैं, जिन्होने अप्पयदीक्षित और जयदेव के आधार मानकर अलंकार निरूपण किया है। इस श्रेणी के कवियो में केशवदास, जसवन्त सिंह, मतिराम, भूषण, सुरूति मिश्र आदि है। नायक-नायिका भेद निरूपण करने वालो में मुख्यतः आचार्य कृपाराम, सूरदास, रहीम, नंददास, चिन्तामणि आदि प्रमुख हैं। सर्वांग निरूपक कवियो में केशवदास, कुलपति मिश्र, सूरति मिश्र, श्रीपति, सोमनाथ, भिखारीदास, जगत सिंह, ग्वाल आदि की गणना की जा सकती है। इसी प्रकार से हिन्दी रीति परम्परा में भिखारीदास का स्थान इस प्रकार से देखा जा सकता है।

   No of Download : 34    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

The Indian government’s ‘Make in India’ campaign and the accelerated growth in the economy has highlighted the demand for skilled manpower in the country. The objective of this article to understand the current state of vocational education and training and review the vocational training models of the emerging economies.

   No of Download : 16    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

स्वतन्त्रता के पश्चात् सरकार ने भारत के स्तर को ऊॅचा उठाने एवं लोगों में शिक्षा के प्रति जागरूकता फैलाने के लिए कई कानून बनाये गये परन्तु भारतीय शैक्षिक व्यवस्था वर्तमान समय तक सामाजिक परिस्थितियों क अनुरूप नहीं ढल पायी है जिसे अपने अनुरूप बनाने के लिये समय समय पर आयोग व समितियों का गठन होता रहा है एवं परिस्थिति अनुरूप् उसका क्रियान्वयन भी किया जाता रहा है।

   No of Download : 13    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

समावेशी षिक्षा से तात्पर्य ऐसी षिक्षा प्रणाली से है, जिसमें प्रत्येक बालक को चाहे वह पिछड़ा हो या सामान्य या फिर विषिष्ट, बिना किसी भेदभाव के, एक साथ एक ही विद्यालय में, सभी आवष्यक तकनीकों व सामग्रियों के साथ, उनकी सीखने-सिखाने की जरूरतों को पूरा किया जाये। समावेषी षिक्षा कक्षा में विविधताओं को स्वीकार करने की एक मनोवृत्ति है जिसके अन्तर्गत विविध क्षमताओं वाले बालक सामान्य षिक्षा प्रणाली में एक साथ अध्ययन करते हैं। इसके अनुसार प्रत्येक बालक अद्वितीय है और उसे अपने सहपाठियों की तरह कक्षा में विविध प्रकार के षिक्षण की आवष्यकता हो सकती है। बालक के पीछे रह जाने पर उसे दोषी नहीं ठहराया जाता है, बल्कि उसे कक्षा में भली-भाँति समाहित न कर पाने पर षिक्षक की जबाव देही सुनिष्चित की जाती है। जिस प्रकार हमारा संविधान किसी भी आधार पर किये जाने वाले भेदभाव का निषेध करता है, उसी प्रकार समावेषी षिक्षा विभिन्न ज्ञानेद्रिय, शारीरिक, बौद्धिक, सामाजिक, आर्थिक आदि कारणों से उत्पन्न किसी बालक की विषिष्ट शैक्षिक आवष्यकताओं के बावजूद उस बालक को अन्य बालकों से भिन्न न देखकर उसे एक स्वतंत्र अधिवासकत्र्ता के रूप में देखती है। वस्तुतः समावेषी षिक्षा प्रणाली के सभी बालक, पिछड़े हो या सामान्य व विषिष्ट, एक-दूसरे के साथ मिल-जुलकर एक ही विद्यालय में षिक्षा ग्रहण करते हैं। शब्दावली: समावेषी षिक्षा, पिछड़ा बलाक, मनोवृत्ति, ज्ञानेद्रिय, बौद्धिक, अधिवासकत्र्ता ‘पिछड़ापन’ विद्यालयों की अति गूढ़ व जटिल समस्या है। इस समस्या को अधिकतर अध्यापक हल करने का प्रयत्न नहीं करते। वे यह कहकर कि बालक ‘पिछड़ा’ है समस्या का अन्त कर देते हैं। यह उचित ढंग नहीं है क्योंकि यह तो हो सकता है कि पिछड़ेपन का करण बालक की मंदबुद्धि हो सकती है, किन्तु यदि हम प्रत्येक पिछड़े बालक की विषेषता मन्दबुद्धि ही समझे तो यह भ्रमात्मक है क्योंकि पिछड़ेपन के अन्य बहुत से कारण हो सकते हैं। षिक्षा के संदर्भ में पिछड़े बालक वे होते हैं जो किसी तथ्य को बार-बार समझाने के बावजूद नहीं समझते व औसत बालकों के समान प्रगति नहीं कर पाते। ये पढ़ने-लिखने में कमजोर होते हैं व कई बार असफल होते हैं किन्तु सभी पिछड़े बालक मंदबुद्धि नहीं होते हैं यद्यपि मानसिक रुप से निरूद्ध सभी बालक शैक्षिक पिछड़ेपन के षिकार होते हैं किन्तु अनेक सामान्य बुद्धि के बालक भी शैक्षिक प्रगति में पिछड़ जाते हैं बर्ट ने लिखा है - ‘‘पिछड़ा बालक वह है जो अपने स्कूल जीवन के मध्यकाल में अपनी कक्षा से नीचे की कक्षा का कार्य नहीं कर सकता, जो कि उसकी आयु के लिए सामान्य कार्य है।’’

   No of Download : 23    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Around the world, children are excluded from schools where they belong because of disability, race, language, religion, gender, and poverty and India is no exception. But every child has the right to be supported by their parents and community to grow, learn, and develop in the early years, and, upon reaching school age, to go to school and be welcomed and included by teachers and peers alike. When all children, regardless of their differences, are educated together, everyone benefits—this is the cornerstone of inclusive education. India is a country with abundant human capital. This important human resource should be tended properly through education and training to engage it successfully in the nation building activity. But unfortunately, more than half of our children are out of the school system due to various reasons. This is in violation to Human Rights issue which stresses upon upholding human dignity. The main goal of Right to Education Act and Inclusive Education is making education available to each child irrespective of his location, class, caste, religion, status and standing mental and physical limitations and other disadvantages the child may be suffering from. There are number of initiatives taken in pursuance of this objective such as The Indian Education Commission (1964-66), Integrated education for Disabled Children (IEDC, 1974), National Policy on Education (NPE, 1986-92), Project Integrated Education for the Disabled (PIED, 1987), District Primary Education Program (DPEP, 1994), The Persons with Disabilities Act, 1995.

   No of Download : 18    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

In the modern era, organizations are facing several challenges due to the dynamic nature of environment. One of the many challenges for a business is to satisfy it’s employees in order to cope up with the ever changing and evolving environment and to achieve success and remain in competition.In order to increase efficiency, effectiveness, productivity and job commitment of employees, the business must satisfy the needs of it’s employees by providing good working conditions. The objective of this paper is to analyse the impact of working environment on employee job satisfaction. It is essential for an organization to motivate their employees to work hard for achieving the organizational goals and objectives.

   No of Download : 8    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

पुरुष द्वारा संचालित समाज में स्त्री सर्वाधिक उपेक्षित और दमित है जिसे हमेशा लिंग की दृष्टि से हाशिये पर धकेल दिया गया है।दुनिया की बेहतरीन सृष्टि होकर भी अपने अस्तित्व के लिए सतत संघर्ष करना उसकी नियती बन गयी है।पुरुष की वर्चस्ववादी मानसिकता के कारणअपने अधिकारों से वंचित होकर समाज के दायरे में खडे होने के लिए वह विवश है।उसकी गुलामी की यह दास्तान सदियों पुरानी है जिसका देश व काल जैसा कोई बंधन नहीं है।यानी समय,स्थान और चेहरे ही बदलते हैं पर उसकी दासता की कहानी कभी नहीं बदलती।आज शिक्षा और कानून से उसकी हालत काफ़ी सुधर गयी है।फिर भी अपने ऊपर पडी बेडियों को काट डालने में वह पूरी तरह सक्षम नहीं हुई है।

   No of Download : 15    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

लोक कला हमारे प्रतिदिन के जीवन के विभिन्न रूपों में गुथी है । यह कला शास्त्रीय बंधनों से मुक्त होती है । इसकी ऐतिहासिक कला परम्परा का अपना अलग ही स्वरूप है । लोककला धार्मिक भावनाओं और आध्यात्मिक अनुभवों पर विशेष आधारित है ।१ इसमें मूल सांस्कृतिक विशेषताओं एवं मौलिक परम्पराओं का परित्याग नहीं किया जाता है, बल्कि नव चेतना का वास इसके अन्त:करण में यथावत् रहता है । लोक मानस सृजन परम्परा एवं संस्कृति की मूल भावनाओं से सदा ओतप्रोत रहा है ।

   No of Download : 11    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Kudumbashree is the women empowerment and poverty eradication programme framed and enforced by the State Poverty Eradication Mission (SPEM) of the Government of Kerala. Financial inclusion is the delivery of financial service at affordable cost to sections of the disadvantaged and low income segments of society. Kudumbashree acts as an aid for the economic development of women, economic security and the financial betterment of women of a specific region. Microfinance is the primary activity of kudumbashree which is the binding force of neighborhood groups. The main objective of the study is to analyze the impact of kudumbashree units on financial inclusion and the usage of modern banking services by the kudumbashree members. The result shows that after joining kudumbashree their access to banking service has increased. Most of the members feel that their financial status has improved after becoming a kudumbashree member. Kudumbashree plays an important role in financial inclusion since the management of kudumbashree is a professional one and it is acclaimed as a model scheme.

   No of Download : 18    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Cosmetic products are any substances that are intended to be placed in contact with the various external parts of the human body or with the tetch and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity with a view exclusively to cleaning them, perfuming them, changing their appearance, correcting body odours protecting them or keeping them in good condition. Patanjali is one of the most preferable cosmetic brands today. In this study a survey has under taken to identify influence of Patanjali Cosmetic products among youth in Kannur city. It was found that most of the youth are satisfied with Patanjali Cosmetic products and further it was concluded that quality and its Ayurvedic ingredients are the influencing factors to the youth.

   No of Download : 23    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

In the high lands and natural bounties of Meghalaya, subsistence agriculture is practiced in the name of jhumming. It is a simple mode of production, providing subsistence and sustenance to individuals or communities. The tribals (Khasis and Garos) in these areas are matrilineal and strictly follow the kinship organization of the clan (kur, in the Khasi context). The clan regulates marriage, structures the pattern of social relations between kin, and provides the basis of family and religious organization. In the above setup, the Khasi women have a distinctly higher position and status with greater responsibilities than women of other societies.However, their role in decision-making is weak. This paper tries to bring a link between the matrilineal setup of the Khasis and the prevailing subsistence mode of production. A case study of the Nongtrai area is undertaken and most of the analysis done is from the primary data collected from the area.

   No of Download : 6    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

The Indian Pharmaceutical industry plays animperative role in strengthening the economic progress. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the level job satisfaction of employees in various pharmaceutical companies.

   No of Download : 20    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Cloud Computing is an emerging technology with lot of job opportunities and as well as research oriented. Presently many small and large scale businesses were using Cloud services to meet their requirements. Even cloud services are beneficiary there are little drawbacks to consider. The one of the main issue in cloud Computing is security. The problem in normal services is needed to consider, but the sensitive data stored in cloud is how much secured is the big question? In this paper, we analyzed different issues and their solutions regarding the security issues in cloud computing. In this paper, we mainly focus on the sensitive data storage security. The better solution for sensitive data can be availed by using security as a service model in cloud. In Security-as-a-Service demonstrate the emphasis is on security given as cloud administrations; i.e. security conveyed through the cloud rather than on-commence security arrangements. The paper gives the thorough examination of security-as a- Service conveyance demonstrate from different points of view.

   No of Download : 7    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

यथा सुमेरूः प्रवरो नगानां, यथाण्डजानां गरूणः प्रधानः।। यथा नराणां प्रररः क्षितीशः स्तथाकलानामित चित्रकल्पः।।

   No of Download : 13    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

ज़मींदारी प्रथा भारत में मुगलकाल एवं ब्रिटिशकाल मे प्रचलित एक राजनैतिक सामाजिक कुरीती थी, जिससे भूमि का स्वामित्व उस पर काम करने वालों का न होकर किसी और (ज़मींदार) का होता था, जो खेती करने वालों से कर वसूलते थे। भारत के स्वतंत्र होने के बाद यह प्रथा समाप्त कर दी गयी है।

   No of Download : 12    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

The protagonist of the novel Janaki in short Janu is a girl who is a malayali born and bought up in Delhi. Janu similar to other teenage girls fell in love with a Delhi waala boy Arjun whom she met in her tuition class.They usually roam the city under the shield of tuition class.’ Chorminar’ was the place they had selected to make their love.

   No of Download : 9    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a buzzword worldwide. In today’s globalized world, one of the great challenges faced by firms is integration of CSR in business. Stakeholders require a lot more from companies than merely pursuing growth and profitability. CSR has come a long way in India and other emerging markets. From responsive activities to sustainable initiatives, corporates have clearly exhibited their ability to make a significant difference in the society and improve the overall quality of life. This paper focuses on the concept of CSR, its dimensions and relevance in emerging markets with special reference to India.

   No of Download : 12    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Many Sufis wrote the Marathi literature in Medieval Deccan. Shah Muntoji Bahmani, Ambar Husain, Chand Bodhale, Shaikh Muhammad Shrigondekar, Alam Khan, Shah Baigh, Bajid Pathan, Latif Shah and Shaikh Sultan are the famous Sufi poets and authors of many books in Deccan. Shah Muntoji Bahmani was the seventeenth century Sufi poet and author. He wrote number of book like, Prakashdip, Siddhsanket, Hindu-Islam Darshan etc. in Marathi. His manuscripts are available at Rajwade Research Center and Shree Samarth Wangdevata Mandir Research Center at Dhule, Maharashtra. Ambar Husain of Daulatabad wrote Ambar Husaini and Samshlok in Marathi. Shaikh Muhammad Shrigondekar (1548-1618 CE) was another famous Sufi saint from Ahmednager Maharashtra. He was the Guru of Malojiraje Bhosle (the grandfather of Shivaji). His literature; Yogsangram, Pawan Vijay, Bhakti Bodha and Bharud are available today. Alam Khan wrote in Marathi books; Gurumahatmya and Updeshpad. These all Sufi authors from Sixteenth to Eighteenth century made the literature in Marathi language.

   No of Download : 19    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Agriculture is creating commodities needed by human being. Marketing is the business done by people to provide the targeted products to the targeted customers. The functionaries in agricultural marketing include primary market, secondary market and terminal market. The primary market includes the producers, harvest contractors and transport agencies. The secondary market functionaries include financial agencies and processing agencies.

   No of Download : 11    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

Bilaspur is one among the low hill districts of Himachal Pradesh. It saw many mass migration activities due to submergence large scale agriculturally rich plates of Seer, Sukar, Ali, Saryali Khads and basins of Satluj River in the event of construction of Bhakhra Dam. The construction of Associate Cement Company’s Cement Production unit at Gagal (Barmana), construction of variety of roads ranging from District to National Level Highways, further, aggravated the situation. lack of employment opportunities, loss of agriculture land due to submergence of major fertile valleys of the district in Bhakhra Reservoir, low agricultural productivity due to non-availability of irrigational facilities, ownership of small land holdings and poor infrastructural facilities till date is forcing the people of the district to stay away from their homes (place of origin) to earn their livelihood (place of destination).

   No of Download : 9    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

The Information and Communication Revolution is considered as the Fourth Industrial Revolution that has taken the world in its stride. When we discuss about IT Revolution there appears an image of a highly educated and sophisticated groups and conglomerates who actually constitute a very small percentage of the world population. As far as India is concerned, it resides in villages. We would not be able to know the extent of IT Revolution in India unless we carry out research methodologies in areas other than the tier-I and tier-II cities. This research paper gives an insight into the extent and impact of ICT (Information and Communication Technology)Revolution, as we call it in India, on the business operations in the small towns of India .The research was carried out by way of questionnaires and interviews of Distributors of a commercial town of north-east, India. The questions comprised of the extent of use of IT in their business operations, benefits they derive, their fears and suggestive measures on part of administration and government to make general public better equipped. Technology in business is a growing necessity. As the years go by, the business world is leaning more and more toward it, making it almost impossible to separate the two from each other. Innovation breeds business, and since technology paves the way for it, it can be gathered here that business needs technology to be sustained. Some of actions of technology in business include accounting systems, management information systems, point of sales systems, and other simpler or more complicated tools. With the automated processes that technology can provide, productivity reaches a higher level. This is due to the minimal resources consumed in processing business activities, and faster services delivered to more clients and customers. Information is also stored with ease and integrity. Technology in business made it possible to have a wider reach in the global market. The basic example is the Internet, which is now a common marketing tool to attract more consumers in availing products and services offered by various businesses. This Research paper aims at drawing the attention towards the fact that the Business houses of small towns need to be equipped with extensive awareness, training and upgradation programmes to bring them at par with IT enabled businesses of developed regions of the world.The Information and Communication Revolution is considered as the Fourth Industrial Revolution that has taken the world in its stride. When we discuss about IT Revolution there appears an image of a highly educated and sophisticated groups and conglomerates who actually constitute a very small percentage of the world population. As far as India is concerned, it resides in villages. We would not be able to know the extent of IT Revolution in India unless we carry out research methodologies in areas other than the tier-I and tier-II cities. This research paper gives an insight into the extent and impact of ICT (Information and Communication Technology)Revolution, as we call it in India, on the business operations in the small towns of India .The research was carried out by way of questionnaires and interviews of Distributors of a commercial town of north-east, India. The questions comprised of the extent of use of IT in their business operations, benefits they derive, their fears and suggestive measures on part of administration and government to make general public better equipped. Technology in business is a growing necessity. As the years go by, the business world is leaning more and more toward it, making it almost impossible to separate the two from each other. Innovation breeds business, and since technology paves the way for it, it can be gathered here that business needs technology to be sustained. Some of actions of technology in business include accounting systems, management information systems, point of sales systems, and other simpler or more complicated tools. With the automated processes that technology can provide, productivity reaches a higher level. This is due to the minimal resources consumed in processing business activities, and faster services delivered to more clients and customers. Information is also stored with ease and integrity. Technology in business made it possible to have a wider reach in the global market. The basic example is the Internet, which is now a common marketing tool to attract more consumers in availing products and services offered by various businesses. This Research paper aims at drawing the attention towards the fact that the Business houses of small towns need to be equipped with extensive awareness, training and upgradation programmes to bring them at par with IT enabled businesses of developed regions of the world.

   No of Download : 8    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

The present study is an attempt to build ARIMA model to forecast foreign direct investment inflows from 2016 to 2021 for sectors that attracted higher inflows of foreign direct investment in India. Employing Box- Jenkins methodology ARIMA (110), ARIMA (011) and ARIMA (111) models were developed for FDI time series data. The accuracy of the models was tested by performing different diagnostic tests to ensure the accuracy of the results. The results show that ARIMA (110) is the best model for FDI inflow in housing sector and computer sector, ARIMA (011) is the best model for FDI inflow in services sector and telecommunication sector, and ARIMA (111) is the best model for Total FDI inflow and FDI inflow in automobile sector. The results of ARIMA models revealed an increasing pattern of FDI inflow in all sector over the period of forecasting. As per results of ARIMA (111) model, India can receive total FDI inflow up to $ 48273.6 in 2020-21.

   No of Download : 10    Submit Your Rating     Cite This       Full Article
Abstract

India is currently the world’s second-largest telecommunications market with a subscriber base of 1.17 billion and has registered strong growth in the past decade and half.For the purpose of satisfying consumers, telecom industries are offering number of mobile phone networks and also provide cost free services. The study aims to analyze the satisfactionlevel of customers towards jio network, and the data is collected from 50 respondents. The study suggests from its analysis to improve the network coverage and remove the calling congestion. In May 2016, Jiolaunched a bundle of multimedia apps on Google play as part of its upcoming 4G services. The apps are my jio,jioTv,jio chat Messenger,jioMusic,jio 4G voice,jioExpress,jio Money Wallet etc.