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|1||A Study of Misconceptions and Customs of the Female Students of Women’s Arts CollegeAbstract – The researcher felt the need to study on customs or superstitions. In society men and women give so much importance to these things. The students also come from the same atmosphere. We live in the jet age today. On one hand man has reached on the moon and on the other hand man is surrounded by unscientific and illogical thoughts. The effect of these misconceptions on the mind of the students can be known through research. The researcher carried out the present study so that superstitious people can get right direction. Via this study, the researcher tried to know which types of misconceptions the women of arts colleges suffer from. It is hoped that in today’s fast changing age, the present study will be useful to bring some positive change in the society.||Trupti J. Vyas|
|2||Parallel Life of Students on Social Networking SitesAbstract – Social media tools have become ubiquitous. You can see our students use them all the time. Among them most popular tools are Facebook, Wiki, YouTube, bulletin board, LinkedIn, blogging, and twittering. The advancement of modern technologies tries its best to accommodate the needs from people, especially the younger generation. This paper will share a research study that was conducted in rise of 2012 in north Gujarat region. The study investigated student’s use of different social media tools, their usage rate, and their preference of social networking groups. The study also investigated the awareness level of students towards cybercrime. The results show that the three top-used social media tools are Facebook, Yahoo Group and Orkut; the top four reasons for using social media tools are for social engagement, direction communication, instant messaging, and relationship building. Even though students aware about cybercrime but most of them are not understand the meaning of phishing, vishing and cyber squatting. Based on their response, the research evoked some educational implications of some of these tools as a valuable resource for teaching and learning.||Dr. Harishchandrasingh Rathod, Prof. Digvijay Barot|
|3||Effect of Yoga Exercises on Achievement, Memory and Reasoning AbilityAbstract – Now, we are living in the world of 21st century which is known as the world of ‘Mental Stress’ in these circumstances, knowledge amplifies day by day. There is a Knowledge explosion in the world, hence each and every person tries to get this Knowledge by new & most recent Medias & they also use it. In this direction there is a qualitative growing up in the person for in receipt of Knowledge & its use by appreciative. In the same way, we notice the qualitative addition in the Educational organization, teachers, & the students, which are going to get Knowledge. In these circumstances, teachers & students feel a perplexity. So there is a question against us that, this growth in the education organization, teachers & in the students will have no proper direction for the Academic achievement of students. If we get an affirmative answer of this question, we must do the fundamental change in the teaching learning process of Education. In the present day, each person including the students and the teachers face anxiety, frustration, etc. Due to these factors, the students cannot keep much interest in their study, academic activity & their performance in the entire exam. Consequently, in this way it is very essential for the students to keep their eyes in their study & academic activity. For the outcome of this predicament, ‘YOGA’ is the recent and excellent way. That is why; the investigator has found a research gap, to know the Effect of Yoga Exercises on Academic Achievement, Short-term memory and Verbal Reasoning ability.||Nilesh Gajjar|
|4||Problems of Teacher Education in IndiaAbstract – Over the last half a century and particularly, in the recent decades, teaching learning has been undergoing drastic changes. There has been a shift towards student centered classrooms with teacher’s role more as facilitator of learning rather than an autocratic master. Unlike in the past when the teacher was entrusted with transferring the contents of curriculum to a passive audience of students, today new experiments are being tried out in the classroom that includes project based learning, development of thinking skills, and discovery learning approaches. As part of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) the textbooks have also been modified (in my opinion, to make them worse than before in many respects).Many teachers are not properly trained in implementing the concepts behind the new curriculum and many are not equipped to properly implement the curriculum.||Dr. Ashok J. Desai|
|5||Role of a Teacher for Quality in EducationAbstract – We are all interested in quality in education. The future of our country and the world depends on our children and college students receiving the best instruction. Using the framework of quality in our school districts, we can design roadmaps for continuous improvement. When educators understand what continuous improvement is all about, they gain confidence that they can shape and alter the nature of their schools. Change is possible! Inside the daily reality of classrooms and educational establishments, the promotion of quality education for all young people sharply brings to light problems concerning the role of the teacher and other education providers: their recruitment, the adequacy of their profile and function, their training, and their social recognition and status. It is evident that a sufficient number of competent teachers is required in order to improve the quality of educational processes.||Paragi Shah|
|6||Preparation and Standardization of Scientific Attitude Scale for the Secondary School StudentsAbstract – Science teaching programme is prepared in the way that the learners can develop the ability of solving problems, skills of decision and understand the relation of science with health, agriculture, industry and other aspects of life. In this way it is necessary to know the relation between the teaching of science and development of scientific attitude in students at secondary level. It is also necessary to know how much the curriculum is digested by students and to what extent the scientific attitudes are developed as a result of the teaching and the relation between both of them, so that we can say that the objectives of science curriculum are fulfilled by students. In this way the investigator made scientific attitude scale for secondary school.||Prof. Ketan K. Mehta|
|7||A Preparation and Standardization of Spiritual Intelligence ScaleAbstract – There is a lot of possibility of mental, social, emotional, physical development in today’s Education. But it is also important that how it comes out from inner world of students. In the past several years, selection of the teacher in secondary school have continued to emphasize the achievement of outcomes which is dominated by cognitive learning, that is, the attainment of knowledge and particular skills. In addition, the neglect of the spiritual dimension in life, both in society and in education has resulted in a lack of appropriate language to speak of spiritual things. Rabindranath Tagore said that A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continuous to burn its own flame. A teacher should deal with his students with a deep sense of moral obligation and treat them with affection. For students a good teacher is nearer to God. The future of the country is not built by bricks but by brains, not by cement but by considering moral and spiritual dimensions of life. Teacher education system plays a key role for building a society for now and for future. Something more will be expected from future teachers. They will be appreciated not only for their knowledge and purely technical skills but also for their spiritual personality. In present thesis investigator tried to make the spiritual intelligence Scale.||Shirishkumar K. Jadav|
|8||The Contribution of Ancient Bhartiya Education in Prevalent Bhartiya EducationAbstract – It is believed that prevalent Bhartiya education is a gift from British rule. In today`s school, we find western impression on its physical facilities, teaching methods, publication of text books, teaching aids, evaluation system etc. But it is not completely true. Even today, there are several things of ancient times in Bhartiya education system. From ancient times, Bharat is ahead in the field of education and Bhartiya education is best and equal to world`s education. This study attempts to present how certain things of ancient times still exist in prevalent Bhartiya education, which include educational philosophy, teaching methods, various subjects, teacher-pupil relations, discipline and fine, evaluation, values, culture, professional education, grant in aid, scholarship etc. Moreover an attempt also had been made in the study to find useful things from ancient Bhartiya education and introduce them in the prevalent Bhartiya education.
|Dr. Dipak K. Chaudhari|
|9||Bharat ke Gauravpurn atit ke Mahan darshnik-Mahatma Gandhi, Shri Arvind evam Shri Ravindranath Tagore||Dr. Chandana Dey|
|10||Literature and Women’s EmpowermentAbstract – In this paper resercher has tried to briefly discuss the role of Indian women writers in women’s empowerment. Elaine Showalters’ remarks are significant, “It was through women’s liberation movement that we began to draw connections between our own work and our own lives, to note the disparities between the identifications and ambitions that had attracted us, along with thousands of other women, to the study and teaching of literature and the limited and secondary roles granted to fictional heroines, women writers or female scholars. Feminism spoke to our lives and our literary experience with the fierce urgency of a revolution or great awakening 1”.||Dr. Anjana Das|
|11||Organizational Role Stress, Job Involvement and Job Satisfaction among College TeachersAbstract – The aim of present study was to compare the level of organizational role stress, job satisfaction and job involvement of the college teachers. A total number of 100 college teachers were included in the study. Stratified random sampling technique was used for the sample selection. Organizational role stress scale by Pareek (1983), job satisfaction scale by Sharma and Singh (1999) and job involvement scale by Singh (1984) was used for the data collection. 2 x 2 ANOVA was applied for the computation of the data. The result showed that male and female college teachers significantly differ on their level of organizational role stress, job satisfaction and job involvement. Further the result revealed that government and private college teacher significantly differ on their level of organizational role stress, job satisfaction and job involvement.||Udham Singh et al.|
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