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  1. Gender-Based Population in Durg District: A Geographical Distribution.Abhisek Bera & Sanjoy Das - unknown
    Gender base working population this mines of Male person and Female person working population. In this study area district of Durg are divided the Agriculture and Industrial base working population. This district are population base second position in Chhattisgarh. Population are as per 2011 census report of Durg district 2,68,806 population. In this paper is an attempt of population growth are highly increasable but population growth base not increase the worker in Durg district. The statistical survey report 2011 census data (...)
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  2. A Study on the Work-Life Balance of Women Teachers in Private Schools of Bandgaon Block in West Singhbhum District of Jharkhand.Jayant Sahoo & Vijay Prakash - unknown
    The paper takes an in- depth look at work life balance considering in view of Balance in work and family life is an emerging challenge for women teachers of private School. The job of working women has changed throughout the world due to economic conditions and social demands. Although the significance of the ability to read and write can not be undermined, it's arguable that in order to effectively inform socio-economic development, literacy alone isn't enough. Quality education is essential for (...)
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  3. People’s Responsibilities to Promote Good Governance - an Indian Context.Aarif Mohd Waza - unknown
    Good governance emerged as a powerful idea when the institutions like world Bank, UNDP, OECD etc. realized that it is citizen friendly, citizen caring and responsive administration. Good governance is measured by eight factors of participation, rule of law, transpiracy, responsiveness, consensus oriented, equity and inclusiveness, effectiveness and efficiency and accountability. These characteristics are mostly related to government and government organizations but the purpose of this study is to discuss about the role and responsibilities of the people living in the (...)
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  4. Addiction to Mobile Phones Among Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students.Nar Maya Subba - unknown
    Teenagers are now more likely to experience a new type of health disorder in this area, and Smartphone addiction is forcing health policymakers worldwide to reconsider this quickly developing problem. Hence, with this observation, the present study intends to know the status of college and university-going students of Gangtok District of Sikkim regarding their addiction to mobile phones. The sample size of the study was 100 students (50 from PG & 50 from UG). In this study, simple random sampling was (...)
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  5. Measuring Efficacy of Marketing Activities Through Confirmatory Factor Analysis – a Study on Coconut Retail Markets in Tumkur. Khaleel - unknown
    Since the marketing of coconuts in Tumkur is experiencing a steady decline, the purpose of this study is to assess the current marketing activities of coconut retailers, measure how effective those activities are, and advise those retailers on how to implement the most effective marketing strategies for future gains. The connection between the two criteria, marketing activity and marketing efficacy, is currently the subject of research that is being conducted. The merchants of the Tumkur market are the source of the (...)
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  6. Rajbanshi society and culture of cooch behar on the path of change: A sociological analysis.Samir Barman - unknown
    The Rajbanshi community is a significant community in the whole district of Cooch Behar. However, it is a difficult task to determine the ethnic identity of the Rajbanshi of Cooch Behar. According to 1981 census, the population of the Rajbanshi community of Cooch Behar is 40.96% and the census of 1991 come and went 39.86%. The only majority community in Cooch Behar and greater North Bengal is the Rajbanshi people. Especially the Rajbanshi are in the eastern part of India like (...)
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  7. Some traditional rituals of birth, death and shamanic ceremony celebrated by man Tai-turung community of assam.Kanseng Shyam - unknown
    The Turung Ethnic Community is one of the smallest tribal groups inhabiting in Assam. They are known for their unique customs, rituals, cultures and traditions. They are recognised as “Man ” in “Amendments to the Constituition Order 1950. In the Upper Assam’s non-autonomous districts of Golaghat, Jorhat and autonomous district- East Karbi-Anglong, “Turung” people have been living since centuries. The “Turung” community is one of the organs of Six Tai groups of Assam. The “Turung” community lived for centuries on the (...)
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  8. Russo-ukrainian war: Causes and aftermaths.Awofisayo Albert & Fukpene Baitei - unknown
    The international system has been enjoying relative peace almost immediately after the end of the cold war. However, recent development especially among the so-called ‘super powers’ in Europe and terrorism as well as insurgency has been considered has a threatening factor for the relative peace enjoyed by mankind. There has always been an unhealthy relation between Russia and Ukraine since the days of the defunct Soviet Union. The recent unfortunate Russian-Ukrainian war which has revived the bad blood relationship between the (...)
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  9. Advocating femininity – a study of the women characters in the fictional writings of Sidney Sheldon.Sriparna Dutta - unknown
    Popular literature is currently occupying a lot of space in the mainframe study of literature. In fact what constitutes popular in the ambit of literature is much debated. With a change in the general structure of the syllabi in all universities, the genre popular literature has become quite a fascinating area and fictional writings that passed off as momentary are now back into discussion and deliberation. The present paper intends to take a look at one such very popular and successful (...)
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  10. Problems of pottery of chaltaberia, north 24 parganas: A case study.Prokash Palit & Sayantan Dey - unknown
    From the Neolithic period of early human cultural period pottery is an important invention and industry that helped human to sustain them more easily and comfortably. Pottery helped human to gather their food securely, store drinkable water, and carry water from one place to another place and to boil food. For these reasons food storage capacity and capacity of procuring food had been increased in large amount. Invention of the pottery changed human culture and reached the human culture to civilized (...)
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  11. Diaspora: Migration a world problem with the descriptions of jhumpa Lahiri, V.s. Naipaul, Salman rushdie.Shardha Tripathi & Pravita Tripathi - unknown
    Refers for such person who is migrating from Homeland to another land The theme of diaspora based on shifting, rootless Changing realities of the person.
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  12. Status of safety conditions of the secondary school in the light of rashtriya madhyamik shiksha abhiyan.Tapash Das - unknown
    After independence, various initiatives and strategies have played an important role in providing better education and better learning outcomes for students. Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan is a program centrally sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resources Development of India to promote secondary education in public schools throughout India. According to the RMSA guidelines, school safety conditions are an important aspect. The term ‘safety’ is comprehensive and it covers several aspects. The present study aims to investigate the present status of safety (...)
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  13. Impact of demographics on individual investors behaviour in stock market: A study across bangalore city.K. N. Dhakshayini & Khaleel - unknown
    In today's financial world, investment is the trendiest topic. Depending on one's objectives, there are a variety of reasons for an investor to invest in various avenues. Age, income, education, and qualification are only a few aspects of demographic factors that impact investment behaviour. The purpose of this research is to look at the impact of various demographic factors on equities market investing behaviour. Heuristic biases, prospect biases, market biases, and herding biases are all components of investment behaviour. This survey (...)
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  14. Changing social cultural aspects of mahali tribe: An anthropological appraisal.Prokash Palit & Bijoy Saha - unknown
    The Mahali tribe of Choukapathra village of Nayagram Block and Jhargram is an artisan tribe. They mainly reside in West Bengal, Jharkhand and Orissa. Their traditional occupation is basketry. They are patrilineal tribe. They prefer monogamy. Being an artisan tribe and depending on basketry their income is not sufficient for their livelihood now a day; as the markets of the products of basketry are being exchanged with plastic materials. The crisis is responsible for social cultural changes in various aspects. They (...)
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  15. The impact of anxiety on esl learners’ English language fluency.Nafiseh Zarei & Irma Moussavou - unknown
    Second language learners are generally facing difficulties to use the second language to express their thoughts effectively. They avoid talking in the second language due to psychological. This qualitative study aimed to explore the impact of anxiety on Malaysians ESL learner’s fluency in English. An open-ended questionnaire was used to collect data among 30 students from Unitar International University. The findings of the study showed that emotions such as fear, anxiety low-motivation, and the influence of mother tongue affect the learners’ (...)
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  16. A critical analysis of recommendations of nep 2020 to reform teacher education in india.Ankur Nandi, Tapash Das & Tarini Halder - unknown
    National Education Policy 2020 is the third national education policy launched by the government of India on July 29, 2020. The key of this new policy is to provide quality education to every learner as well as the whole country and to highlight India's education in a world-class context. Draft of this policy has divided into four parts namely part-I, part II, part III & Part IV. The present paper focuses on teacher education which is included in part II in (...)
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  17. A study on students’attitude towards physical education and wellness.Anupkumar Parmar & Baburao Ghayal - unknown
    The aim of the present study is to find out the relationship between Student’s Attitude towards physical education and Wellness among school students. This research was a descriptive survey of students’ Attitude towards physical education and wellness. Out of all Kendriya Vidyalya Sangathan Schools from, Pune city 5 schools was selected randomly n=500 samples with the help of simple random sample method. To study the student’s wellness and attitude towards physical education researcher administrated the three questionnaires on the selected students, (...)
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  18. Status of lepidopteran diversity at asokapuram locality, aluva, kerala, south india. Unnimaya, Sojomon Mathew, R. Radhika & K. J. Shiny - unknown
    The insect order Lepidoptera comprises both butterflies and moths. There are over 180,000 Lepidoptera species described, divided into 126 families and 46 superfamilies. 10% of the total number of living creatures described. It is one of the most common and well-known insect orders on the planet. Butterflies are an important category of insects that can function as sensors of environmental change. Butterflies are insects from the order Lepidoptera's macrolepidopteran clade Rhopalocera. Except for Antarctica, there are around 18,500 species of butterflies. (...)
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  19. A case study on the cyber security of home appliance robots.Umma Khatun, M. Mohan & Syed Arif Islam - unknown
    Humans have long looked for methods to make their lives easier, more comfortable, and more enjoyable. The ever-evolving nature of technology and internet use is fed by this desire for a better life and more free time. We've seen a significant growth in the number of robots being developed and sold as home appliances in recent years. These home appliances have the potential to become more than fair a special helper, however also a friend who understands its vender's preferences and (...)
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  20. Female slavery in Kamala das’s poetry: A reading of “the old play house”.Md Abdur Rouf - unknown
    Since the last two decades, feminist writing has flourished globally. As a result of it, a vibrant and committed Feminist/Gender discourse has emerged to voice personal experience of those who are marginalized and oppressed in patriarchal society. Besides novels and short stories, poetry of the present literary area has also fore grounded the hitherto suppressed experiences of the female world.In the post colonial period, the works of feminist writers in India have contributed substantially in creating a feminist consciousness in the (...)
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  21. Sub-regional population analysis of uttarakhand.Harvinder Singh & Sanjeev Goel - unknown
    During the post-reorganisation period Uttarakhand experienced a stepped up acceleration in its demographic dynamics. In tune with rapid changes in its socio-economic contours the state has witnessed important changes in its demographic complexion. In this paper an effort has been made to examine and analyse the spatio-temporal trends in growth and distribution of population in Uttarakhand, based on census data. The paper seeks to understand the patterns of population growth and distribution from the time of creation of state at sub-regional (...)
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  22. Analysis on the problem and strategy of sharing bicycles in guangzhou, china.Junzhang Chen & Yile Chen - unknown
    With the continuous acceleration of urbanization in developing countries, the number of urban population is also increasing. In order to solve the problem of urban residents' travel, the num-ber of shared bicycles has increased. The investment of shared bicycles is a good solution to the traditional situation of urban traffic. The problems that cannot be solved under the following conditions have provided convenience for the travel of citizens. Many acute problems in the city also arise. This study analyzes the adverse (...)
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  23. Kani tribes’ knowledge about indigenous medicinal plants in the pothigai Hills of tamilnadu.M. S. Thangam - unknown
    All over the world the hills are inhabited by tribes. Nestled in the tropical forests located mainly in the southernmost part of the Western Ghats, India, inhabit an indigenous Kani tribe traditionally nomadic. They are the original inhabitants residing in the dense forest from time immemorial. They are the one of the oldest surviving hunter-gatherer tribes in the world. The indigenous Kani tribes in the Pothigai Hills in Tamilnadu and their living environment are enriched with indigenous knowledge resources. These tribes (...)
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  24. Representation of women in indian advertisement: ‘Celebrating azadi through micro tales’.Sriparna Dutta - unknown
    The long and checkered past of India is not only a story of her political struggle to gain freedom from the British yoke but also one where women had to fight for their own rights – social, economic, political, legal. Though we have women who have been strongly bonded with the struggle for azadi for matribhumi the mainframe has a different picture to unfold. While strong women have been able to hold on to their forte, the more general class had (...)
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  25. The misogynistic tendencies in the statements of president Rodrigo roa duterte (prrd): Language use and the philippine presidency.Salome Escalona - unknown
    This research explored how language use is able to provide meaning to a political discourse. Through the lens of Feminism and Critical Discourse Analysis, this study identified the presence of misogynistic tendencies in the statements of Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte taken from news articles and his national speeches. Analyses were also done to deduce how language use is able to define a person. Analyses revealed the presence of misogynistic tendencies in PRRD’s statements toward women in general and specific women. (...)
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  26. Porometric studies for selection of aridity tolerant mulberry varieties in western rajasthan.Devendra Kumar Solanki - unknown
    Mulberry belongs to the family Moraceae and genus is Horus. Mulberry is a deep rooted perennial plant and leaves with acute margin, toothed, 3-5 lobed. Mulberry is primarily known as food material for silkworm and economic importance. Porometer studies growing were carried out to find out the adaptability of plants in Rajasthan. Relative temperature the experimental field in the semi-arid. The main parameters studied were: zone of leaf temperature, humidity and transpiration. It was observed was maximum during summer that leaf (...)
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  27. Life and livelihood of kani tribes in the western ghats of tamilnadu.M. S. Thangam - unknown
    The Western Ghats region is the home to the Kani tribes. The Kanis also live in the Ghat regions of Tirunelveli district in Tamil Nadu. At present, there are five Kani settlements in the Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve areas of Tamilnadu. Servalar Kani settlement is the chosen study area forms part of Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve comes under the jurisdiction of the Tamilnadu Forest Department. Once a nomadic tribe, the community now does not migrate from one place to another. Apart (...)
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  28. Future curriculum and 21st century soft skills.Michael Olugbenga & Oluwatoyin Oluwatosin - unknown
    The paper focused on future curriculum and soft skills. The study reveals the necessity for the implementation of soft skills in our curriculum. It also discusses the foundations of future curriculum, the approach of future curriculum, forecasting in education for the future, the challenges of emerging curriculum, the importance of future curriculum, the various types of soft skills and their importance to future problems. It also addresses how soft skills should be implemented in the curriculum.The paper concludes that future curriculum (...)
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  29. Migration of kashmiri PanditS and the question of belongingness.Jitendar Kashav, Navneet Kaushal & Nisha Devi - unknown
    The proposed research paper is a study of Kashmiri Pandits' statelessness in the world's largest democracy. From the very beginning of its great civilization, India assimilates people from different walks of life in itself. Today the modern world is facing many problems, the problem of ethnicity-based migration is becoming a compelling phenomenon around the world. The problem of forced migration is very compelling and challenging for both the developing and developed nations. During the 1990s India witnessed a secessionist fury of (...)
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  30. Criminalisation of conversion for inter faith marriages.Sachin Yadav - unknown
    A crime is essentially a wrongdoing against the society at large and not the individual alone, hence the victim alone cannot absolve the accused from his criminal liability and therefore comes the significant role of the State. The State regulates the conduct of the individuals to maintain social order and any wrong committed by any person having the potential of impacting the society adversely, it invites sanctions which are penal in nature, irrespective of the extent of the harm caused. To (...)
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  31. Entrepreneurial competencies and management students: An empirical study of himachal pradesh.Nisha Devi & Gitanjali Upadhaya - unknown
    Present study has been conducted to know the entrepreneurial competencies possessed by the management students, enrolled in a university of Himachal Pradesh. This is a quantitative study, in which a cross-sectional design was adopted. Primary data has been collected through standardised questionnaires using Google forms. Purposive sampling used and a sample of 123 has been taken. From the present study it has been concluded that commitment to work contract, sees and acts on opportunities, systematic planning and initiative competencies are mostly (...)
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  32. A comparative study of career aspiration level between tribal and non-tribal students in patulia Gram panchayet of north 24 pargana district in west bengal.Subhasree Pal & Parimal Sarkar - unknown
    India possesses the second highest tribal concentration. The Government of India has launched different measures to upgrade their socio-economic scenario, literacy rate along with that employment status. The reservation policy which is supposed to play the role of a boon to uplift their social status and stimulate upwards mobility fails to do so as backlogs in different government services have proved that. If a part of a country stays backwards in progress and prosperity, it affects the whole scenario of a (...)
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  33. Social infrastructure, expenses and human development.S. Dhanasekaran & V. Raju - unknown
    To shape India's inclusive and sustainable development, the government has made social infrastructure such as education, health and social security a top precedence. The government take steps to recover the efficiency of expenditure through the combination of projects and improves expenditure on human capital. Various labor reform method are being implemented, including the legislature, to create jobs and give sustainable livelihoods to people heavily involved in the casual economy. Closing gender gaps in education, skills development, employment and income and sinking (...)
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  34. Nanoparticles of zingiber officinale as potential nanomedicine in food poisoning.Riya Markam - unknown
    The present research focused on the utilization of traditional herbal pathway for the treatment of food poisoning by considering Zingiber officinale as a model drug, since herbal treatment could be more powerful for fast recovery with no harmful side effects. One of the most common health issues encountered during travelling is food poisoning in Asian countries including India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan which is mainly due to poor sanitation and lack of awareness about proper hygiene. Travelling through railways is more (...)
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  35. Unveiling the life of purdahnashins: A study of muslim women struggle in india for identity and gender justice in anees jung’s work night of the new moon.Sumana Mukherjee - unknown
    This paper attempts to examine through Anees Jung’s work Night of the New Moon, those socio-cultural and religious practices which through interpretation or interpretation by the patriarchal Muslim community, have kept women at a subjugated position since time immemorial. It also attempts to look beyond the veiled faces of Muslim women, and to peep into their lives in order to bring to the forefront their stories of pain and struggle that they have silently been suffering from, due to their degraded (...)
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  36. A survey research to identify the neuropsychological implications of the effects of fictional shows and movies on life’s reality.Neha Kapadia, Alesa Thaliath, Arunima Patil & Angel Vembil - unknown
    The evolution of technology has made different forms of fictional narratives easily accessible in most parts of the world. As the pandemic restricted the activities of people, there was a drastic increase in the consumption of all forms of media ranging from books to movies. The current study inspects the effects of fictional literature and films on consumers. The study was conducted in the online mode with 73 participants who filled up a questionnaire form which was circulated through various social (...)
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  37. Analysis of non- performing assets in covid– 19 periods: A comparative study of government and private Banks of india.Sarika Varma, Naveen Ram & Jitendra Lohani - unknown
    In this present paper we have focused on Private and government banks NPAs. This is a comparative study of government and private sector banks, here we have analyzed the relationship between Private bank NPAs and Government banks NPAs. we have analyzed significant difference between private banks NPAs and government banks NPAs. In our study we found that after 2017 the government and private sector banks has increasing growth rate of GNPAs. Government sector 2016-2017 gross NPAs growth rate was 11.7 percent (...)
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  38. Forest and the first nation in post-colonial india.Souren Bhattacharya & Subhasree Pal - unknown
    India has the second-largest tribal population after Africa. Most of them are greatly dependent on forests and their produce for their livelihood. Indian Forest Act of 1865 was the first attempt of colonial govt. to assert a monopoly right over forest resources. By the act of 1878, the customary rights of the villagers were denied. In the post-colonial period, the national forest policy of 1952 also asserted the monopoly of the state over the forest in the new brand ‘national interest’. (...)
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  39. An empirical study on the cognitive impacts of music across different generations of individuals in mitigating stress.Kyle Meyers, Propali Bhattacharjee, Mahek Khan & Devesh Yadav - unknown
    The efficacy of music in therapeutically influencing human lifestyle can be broadly classified. Music is known to relieve stress and anxiety. The influence of music in the cognitive regions of the brain and its ability to stimulate the body’s reward centers is considered a powerful tool to enhance and flourish human life. What makes music different from other mediums of stress relief is that the music industry is backed by variety. Individuals have the freedom to choose from different genres and (...)
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  40. Culture and gender dynamics in the context of tribes of india.Souren Bhattacharya & Subhasree Pal - unknown
    Existing norms, belief systems, heritage, and customs all contribute to the formation of a society's culture. Society's culture varies by region. A society's established culture dictates gender roles and relationships. Gender is a western concept that refers to the division of labour in terms of male and female. This means that while sex is a biological term, gender is a social construct. Gender denotes the expected roles of men and women in the realms of production, reproduction, and power relations in (...)
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  41. Jinghpaw people: Their religion, history and culture.Kanseng Shyam - unknown
    The Jingphaw ethnic group is one of the primitive tribes of the world. They are known as ‘Kachin’ in Myanmar, ‘Jingpo’ in China and ‘Singpho’ in India. In different parts of planet, they are called by varied names; although the word “Jinghpaw” is commonly used by majority in written literary form. The Jinghpaw of Myanmar largely inhabit in its northernmost state called ‘Kachin State’ and its hilly areas. In China, they live in western ‘Yunnan’ province of ‘Dehong Dai and Jingpo (...)
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  42. The ict on the education system and it’s future prospects in bangladesh.Mohammad Saddam Hosen - unknown
    Bangladesh as a developing nation has acquired a significant change financial areas during 2001-2021 years. The longing of being a center pay country has driven Bangladesh to think of a cutting edge education strategy which will assist them with delivering the talented teaching force. Information and communications technology reconciliation in education was the main advance of this most recent education strategy and Government of Bangladesh has moved forward to make a fruitful execution of ICT in education. This study explored the (...)
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  43. Implementation of e-learning a challenge in indian context.Arabinda Kumar Maity - unknown
    COVID-19, the situation has endangered the normal life of the people of the World. No one knows where it will end and when we will return to normal life. The only way to keep the education system afloat in this difficult situation is through e-learning. India wants to move forward in the same way as the rest of the world. However, there is a need to think about what is possible for India in the developed countries of the world. Especially (...)
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  44. Adoption and awareness of cloud accounting: Changing paradigm.Payal Rajpoot & Alka Pandey - unknown
    It is widely assumed among all the business houses that with the changing business scenario cloud-based system for keeping records is the need of an hour and it is replacing the traditional accounting system. But the question arises that does cloud computing furnish all the requirements of the business? And can it be fully implemented in place of a traditional accounting system? This paper tries to answer these questions by giving a deep understanding of the concept of cloud accounting and (...)
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  45. Urbanisation and urban systems in haryana - a geographical.Sanjeev Goel - unknown
    Rural or urban distribution is an important attribute of any population because the characteristics associated with rural distribution are entirely different from the personality of an urban area. The term ‘urban population’ has been defined differently in different countries depending on the local conditions and criteria. With 27.81 per cent urban population, India is at a low level of urbanization as compared with the more developed countries. However, there exist large regional variations in different parts of the country as far (...)
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  46. Ethics and humanities: Exploration of linkages.Harvinder Singh - unknown
    There has been a phenomenal expansion in epistemology over the globe; ever since the Greek Civilization. Aristotle was considered to be the first exponent of Ethics. He was of the view that, the true self is the rational self. The activity of thorough actualizes the rational self. On the other hand, the monumental historical treatise of Plato on Politics gave rise to the emergence of Political Moralities. Likewise, Herodotus the famous Greek Philosopher and Historian emphasized upon Human Ethics in different (...)
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  47. Cause related marketing of daily consumption items and their impact on buying decision of consumers of rohtak district. Jyoti & Ishwar Mittal - unknown
    Cause related marketing has been playing a significant role for understanding a strategically located position and tool of the marketing which tend to Links product or Company or brand to relevant cause. The present study is related to children welfare activities of Tata Foundation. This foundation works through CRY, A noted NGO; which works as a noble cause supporting the children’s education. Tata Foundation has been using Tata Salt and Tata tea; as their product for promoting the educationamong the children. (...)
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  48. Problems of social work graduates in karnataka state.Husenasab Vanageri - unknown
    The body of the article was related to the problem of social work graduates in Karnataka state. Social work education prepares you to help individuals, families, and communities. After completing their studies, the majority of social work graduates in Karnataka face such issues in the field of social work. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to identify the problems of social work graduates in Karnataka. This paper describes the issues of social workers, social work graduates, and social work. The (...)
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  49. Analysis of conversation techniques for building strength in Society.Aparna Mehta - unknown
    The first factor to make is which you have to now no longer try and alternate your fashion of communique overnight. The manner you currently control has some of very sturdy factors approximately in to date as you've got got been capable of be successful to date. Therefore, you have to be seeking to the ten or 20 consistent with cent of your communique that you can improve. The 2d factor to emphasize is which you have to exercise the brand (...)
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  50. Linguistic diversity: An aspect of multiculturalism is a problem to national integration in india.Samaresh Chattaraj - unknown
    India is a multinational country with many sub-nations which are proud of their own cultures. The linguistic survey of India on different occasion has soon that there are more than thousands mother tongues including various languages and dialects. These linguistic diversity has always been posing a great threat to national unity or integration which means a people living in a territorial unit having a national authority and as value consensus. National integration is a problem of many countries but in India (...)
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  51. Impact of covid- 19 on the economic activities among the tribal peoples of jharkhand.Rakesh Kumar & Amit Kumar - unknown
    Jharkhand is a tribal state having approximately 26 percent share of tribal people residing in the state. More than 90 percent of tribal population lives in rural areas. The original inhabitant of this land e.g., tribal peoples and non-tribe indigenous peoples earn their livelihoods in their own traditional ways of agriculture, domestication of cattle, collect minor forest product from their surrounding jungle and wages out themselves as laborers. The sudden spread of Covid-19 snatched away the rice bowl of these peoples (...)
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  52. Appraisal of tribal development efforts by government of india - a case study.Devendra Bisen & Lalitkumar Thakur - unknown
    It is important to know the status of the Tribal population in India; its characteristics and distribution of the same in various part of India. But it is not easy to define a tribe, in general, the tribal are expected to possess some unique characteristics. In present era still lot to do for Tribal Population to bring them in main flow of overall development. Government of India continuously focused to upliftment of Economical, Social and Cultural values. Government has made policies (...)
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  53. Flood detection system using sentinel - 1 images and extreme learning machine classifier.Swetha Prakash, Shweta Joseph, Ritu Singh, Preethi P. & Sreejith S. - unknown
    Floods are one of the most common natural disasters, affecting millions of people worldwide. Floods occur when streams burst their banks, generally as a result of significant rainfall, and inundate areas that are not normally flooded. In August 2018, Kerala witnessed the devastating effect of floods which resulted in 13.86% of the land being inundated. Satellite imagery is one of the most effective techniques for assessing the extent of flood-affected areas with high spatial resolution. The approach of monitoring floods by (...)
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  54. Persistence of modern times: An interaction study with industrial workers, reflect on artistic works.Barun Mandal - unknown
    Subject of man and machine is not a new thing in twenty first century. The debate for this particular subject belongs to long ago where mechanism of a man is increasing day by day. But the way it reflects everywhere it’s not the same, where alienation and migration does not work for shake of labourer’s economic issues. But also, there is aesthetic sense of workers work and relationship with machines. Aesthetic the way they work, the way they look their appearance (...)
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  55. A study of web 1.0 to 3.0.Kamlesh Patil - unknown
    WWW is wide employed in application communication applications. Links to programs that are created offered ar known as net services. the majority these days cannot think about life while not the net. The matter net has reworked it into a knowledge net. The linguistics wave covers 3 stages of web growth. the primary part, web 1.0, was concerning connecting knowledge and accessing world wide web. Web 2.0 is concerning connecting folks that insert “I” into the interface, similarly as “we” on (...)
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  56. Dr. B.r. Ambedkar’s thoughts and indian government policies for women empowerment in india.Shantaram Sonawane - unknown
    This article provides an overview of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s thoughts and how these thoughts are important in present government policies for women empowerment. This is the qualitative type of research and inductive approach has adopted for the conclusion. In the rising India where seemingly more and more women enter various fields to work alongside men there are many struggles that they put up to achieve where they are and there are many more glass ceilings that they need to break (...)
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  57. Impact of the tourism scenario in the tamil nadu economy.S. Dhanasekaran - unknown
    Tourism is important for the economy of Tamil Nadu. Emerging states like Tamil Nadu Tourism have become one of the key sectors of the economy, which contributes greatly to GDP and employment. Tourism is one of the greatest growing service industries in the country with excellent potential for further increase and diversification. Tourism plays an important role in the economic growth of any state. This significantly helps the government to make jobs for a large number of people. Moreover, it is (...)
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  58. Traditional occupations of nomadic rajgond tribe.Vivek Roy, K. M. Metry & Dr Kumar - unknown
    Nomadic tribes are the primitive tribe across the globe. They are the one who not along have played a vital role in preserving, conserving and predicting natural resource an eco system but also thought subsequent environment to use scientifically and commercially in the earlier days despite lack of facilities educative techniques they made themselves competent enough for transportation, logistics selling and buying their products and produce the medium of trans potation like hand crafts, bull carts, rolling pads are the some (...)
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  59. Transgender person’s right to healthcare.Saransh Sharma - unknown
    Transgender community in India has been a subject of systematic discrimination for centuries and because of this discrimination, the access to right to health of the community has been in a chokehold. The Supreme Court through its judgment in NALSA paved the way for progressive and affirmative rights for the community and there were a lot of expectations from the Transgender person Act, 2019 but the Act has simply failed to deliver. Especially in the healthcare front, the policies in India (...)
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  60. An analysis of the socio-economic impact of covid-19 lockdown on unorganized migrant workers in india.Swapnadeep Bagdi - unknown
    This paper discusses various issues of migrant workers in India due to Covid-19 lockdown. This study found that the family income of the villages is dependent on agriculture and migrant workers. The rural areas of the country lack improved agricultural land, education centers, medical facilities, self-sufficient livelihoods and alternative opportunities. The socio-economic status of migrant workers is known through various newspaper, T.V, journals and studies which reveal the real situation of the country. The lockdown has left millions of migrant workers (...)
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  61. Gender issues in Mahesh dattani’s ‘seven steps around the fire’.Shauli Mukherjee - unknown
    Mahesh Dattani is an authentic and realistic voice in the arena of contemporary Indian plays written in English. His play Seven Steps Around the Fire was first broadcast by BBC Radio on 9th January 1999 as Seven Circles Around the Fire. It was premiered on stage by MTC Production and The Madras Players on 6th August 1999. The play is a living reflection of Dattani’s abiding interest in the lives and experiences of a sexually marginalized section of the Indian society (...)
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  62. Epidemic, diseases prevention, and colonial state: A brief history of epidemic diseases act (1897) in colonial india.Syed Aslamul Islam - unknown
    During the colonial period, infectious diseases like cholera, plague, smallpox, and influenza were prevalent in India. The British colonial government and the European countries were terrified of infectious diseases. The quarantine of the ships caused a loss to British trade. Discussions began at the international level to prevent epidemics. British colonial government passed the Epidemic Diseases Act in India to maintain international pressure and protect trade. In addition, the colonial rulers of India wanted to protect the Europeans in India. The (...)
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  63. Fostering twenty-first-century skills in teacher education to equips future educators to teach in an inclusive classroom setting.Baiju Thomas - unknown
    The key purpose of the current study is fostering twenty-first-century skills in teacher education to equip future educators to teach in an inclusive classroom setting. TE is a broad area that involves continuous attention to sociocultural procedures of transformation. Educators must embody a persistent search for advanced technologies in a variety of spheres of life, i.e. the freshest ideas, skills, and achievements. This study includes four 21st Century Skills: creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and cooperation. If teachers can facilitate learners' (...)
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  64. Impact of state health policies on threatened tribal groups: A case of human rights violation among st kolam tribe in yavatmal district.Shriniwas Patel - unknown
    The region as well as the Kolam community has a unique character and pattern of responses to any of the studies and development program me undertaken so far. Our studies have concluded that the usual temptation of generalizing the issues of all the communities as one has led to further marginalization of small tribal communities such as Kolam. Thus there is a need to consider the requirement of such specific tribes and modify any development intervention accordingly to achieve maximum results (...)
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  65. Pradhan mantri Jan-dhan yoJana - a way towards financial inclusion.Pinky Saini & Ishwar Mittal - unknown
    Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana is a financial inclusion scheme launched in India to provide financial services to all households in the country. The particular focus of scheme is to empower the weaker sections of society, including women, small & marginal farmers and labourers. Financial Inclusion is an important priority of the Government as it is an enabler for inclusive growth. The main objective of the scheme is to ensure universal access to banking facilities with at least one basic banking account (...)
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  66. Circumstance of tribal justice in india.S. S. Deshpande - unknown
    The tribal India forms a distinct picture of the country. There are about 40 million tribals In India. They belong to over 200 ethnic groups or tribes, which are different from one another in terms of their racial, linguistic and cultural identity. They are concentrated in hills and forests, and are still cut-off from the main stream of development. It is necessary for all of us to try to understand what is best in them and try to preserve those values (...)
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  67. Human rights and tribal justice: National and international perspective.Rohan Joshi - unknown
    Adivasi -native people, indigenous people were condescendingly called Tribals' by the colonial masters, while the anthropologists made lucrative academic carriers by objectifying them through their studies, as if they are a different species to be showcased in the museums. There was decimation in the name of the white man's burden, arrogantly portrayed as the civilizing mission of the imperialist west. Human beings without private property or power hierarchies had existed for millennia, time immemorial. We started our journey from the caves, (...)
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  68. A study of contribution of non-government organizations in tribal community improvement.Vivek Aggarwal - unknown
    The State is the original agency charged with the responsibility to implement development of the marginalized, centralized planning by experts who had no stakes involved led to development projects causing untold sufferings to the weak indigenous people. Collusion between the bureaucracy and influential sections of society led them to corner development benefits for themselves at the cost of the weak. The inability to understand and at times deliberately ignoring cultural practices of the tribals resulted in failure of development projects and (...)
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  69. Technical vocational education: A sensible approach to prevent student’s dropout for secondary schools in labasa, fiji islands.Ragneel Chand - unknown
    Quality education was one of the Sustainable Development Goal from the 17th Sustainable Development Goals adopted in 2015, which aimed to establish the comprehensive and fair quality of education and improve lifelong learning hope for all the children around the globe. This study is set out to see how the Ministry of Education Heritage & Arts in the Pacific nation country of Fiji is playing its role in sustaining and meeting the targets of achieving the SDG of “Quality Education”. The (...)
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  70. Women empowerment involvement in self-help groups -an analysis.S. Dhanasekaran - unknown
    Women in India are fatalities of numerous financial and social components. They are a essential piece of each economy. All around progression and pleasant development of a country would be possible just when Women are careful as equivalent accomplices in progress with men. Freedom of Women is a pre-essential for the country's financial progression and community upliftment. Destitution is the principal restraint for the improvement of Women. The job of women and the need to facilitate them are integral to human (...)
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  71. Precision aquaculture using iot & machine learning techniques.Manoj M. & Reeja Rajan - unknown
    It is noted that the growth is very rapid for IoT as well as Machine Learning and it is highly spreading throughout all the areas. Small processors like Arduino & Raspberry Pi make the modernized development in the ground level within its application in the field of Aqua Culture. The farmers dealing with aquaculture were feeling difficulty in the quality of water maintenance, Feeding the food, and identifying the diseases. This is the exertion of the implementation of the quality of (...)
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  72. The first wave of covid-19 pandemic in india 2020: A review.Riya Markam - unknown
    The study wants to review the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic in Indian in 2020. A study has done to highlight the impact of travelling in 2020 that had brought an alarming emergency in India. Travelling across the probe countries had widely circulated ‘novel coronavirus’ which is a respiratory virus that can cause illness ranging from common cold to severe acute respiratory syndrome. Travelling through international flights had undoubtedly played an important role of spreading novel coronavirus. It had created a (...)
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  73. A study on neuropsychiatric impacts of Sars- cov-2 pandemic.Kyle Meyers, Neha Kapadia, Chelsea Rumao, Kinjal Jain & Vedic Yadav - unknown
    The Corona Virus disease, better distinguished as Covid-19, led to a global pandemic that has affected our lives in ways more than one. The fear of getting infected, unexpected lockdowns, implementation of the work from home policy and online classes is affecting the psychological well-being of every one of us. Following this context, this study aims to evaluate the mental well-being of the adult population dwelling in Mumbai: the area which is worst hit by the pandemic in India. This study (...)
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  74. Zooplankton analysis of well water of certain zones of nagpur (m.S.), India.Archana Masram - unknown
    Composition and diversity of zooplankton provide information on the characteristics and quality of the water body. Biomonitoring is the systematic use of living organisms or their responses to determine the quality of the environment. Therefore the present study was carried out in terms of zooplankton analysis in summer and rainy seasons i.e. March-August-2018 in four zones of Nagpur India. Water samples were collected from one sampling station in every month from each zone of Nagpur city. Zooplanktons were sampled using plankton (...)
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  75. Mahesh dattani - an authentic voice of a contemporary indian playwright.Shauli Mukherjee - unknown
    Dattani’s plays are about the marginalized sections of our society – the minorities, women, gays and the eunuchs. His characters usually live on the edges and fringes of society and they, while not looking for acceptance, are often shown to be struggling to get as much fringe-space for themselves as they can. Dattani’s plays can also be seen as relentless assaults on Indian patriarchy. He struck his first blow on patriarchal domination by empowering the women characters in his first play, (...)
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  76. Aniline induced histological alterations and evaluation of serum hormones in thyroid gland of male Albino rats.Varsha Dhurvey, Nayan Kumbhare, Firdos Karim & Shyamla Katke - unknown
    Aniline is a primary aryl amine in which an amino functional group is substituted for one of the benzene hydrogen. It is a primary aryl mine and a member of anilines appears as yellowish to brownish oily liquid with a musty odour. Aniline has diverse uses in industry and in pharmaceuticals. It is used in rubber accelerators and antioxidants dyes and pigments fibres, photographic chemicals. It is also used in herbicides and fungicides. The objective of the present study is to (...)
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  77. Decadal rank size distribution of urban population of nagpur district.Sandip Masram - unknown
    The Rank-Size Rule is one of the method of analyzing total settlement networks in a region. Hence it is a tool for analyzing the national settlement system and helps in the description and interpretation of the relationship between rank and population size of urban places. When one looks into the various sizes of urban places in an area, it is commonly observed that there are a few large cities, many medium sized and host of small centre’s. This trend is universal (...)
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  78. Research on original gondi language and script.Gondraje Dr Birshah Atram - unknown
    The scholar of language and history concluded that all the new Gondi scripts have not any linguistic base or evidence to prove these are original Gondi scripts which justify with Gondi language. The ancient evidence existed in Chanda kingdom of south Gondwana where the fort in forest was built by Gondraja Khandkya Ballalshah Atram in A.D. 1242. There is be evidence of ancient Gondi script which is mention in this research which proved this Gondi script is correct on the basis (...)
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  79. Editorial.Gondraje Dr Birshah Atram - unknown
    AGPE The Royal Gondwana Research journal of History, Science, Economics, Political and Social science focuses on how we gain knowledge through innovation and how knowledge encourages new forms of innovation. Not all innovation leads to knowledge. Only enduring innovation that can be generalized across multiple fields creates theory and knowledge. AGPE The Royal Gondwana Research journal welcomes papers on innovations that improve the quality of knowledge or that can be used to develop knowledge. Innovation is a broad concept, covering innovation (...)
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  80. Lynching crimes and its effects on india.Dr Vikrantshah Atram - unknown
    The Indian constitution has given to equality and right to live safely for all citizen of India. But spreading rumors through the social sites and media is main cause of local crowd beating badly and kills publicly to any suspects or accused without full information and police or judicial action, it turns the reliability of our constitution and justice system of nation. It seems that, in the most of mob lynching incidents this types of serious crime instigated by the political (...)
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  81. Need of employees relation management for decision making in organization.Hirdayashah Atram - unknown
    The value of employees in an organization is most important in the same way as human beings in society. No institution can functions only on the basis of capital, property and physical equipment. It is the responsibility of an administration of the institution to have decided the administrative and business policy of the institution. It is the administration's responsibility to make a decision in all these matters that they take their employees into confidence and then implement the decision related to (...)
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  82. Gond tribes of india.Dr K. M. Metry - unknown
    Long ago, the Gonds of central India organised themselves into small kingdoms. They have a glorious history of having built 52 forts and reigned over this land. Gond kings are called Rajgonds. As the heritage of the kings continued, those associated with the kith and kin of the rulers were identified as Rajgonds. Earlier, they used to live by hunting, animal rearing and farming. They did not forget their earlier occupations, even after they established kingdoms. They continued to practise their (...)
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