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|1||Redefining the Leadership Style: Beyond the ConventionalAbstract – Often it is debated which of the leadership styles defines benchmarks of success to ensure team performance as desired. The success or failure of every strategy that’s crafted at the top of the pyramid depends on Bottom of the Pyramid Leadership (BPL). Also it is strongly advocated by many globally acclaimed eminent scholars that some distinct leadership style would be honed by years of experience, instinct, and relentless practice. Apparently all such infinite advises seem to be unworkable in this highly unpredictable and turbulent environment leaving the board-rooms shallow. Paradox and uncertainty are increasing at the heart of leading organizations and many are not comfortable in trying to shape the environment to resolve the ambiguity. Perhaps this involves lot of research and consultancy that calls for painstaking exercises on the part of a leader by sidelining his fundamental domain. Some continue to believe that effective leaders are flexible, responsive to new situations. While flexibility is important there is an apprehension of being interpreted as weakness. The two most acclaimed corporate chiefs of this bygone era, Percy Barnevik, of Asea Brown Boveri, and Jack Welch, of General Electric, dismantled bureaucratic structures using both soft and hard skills. They coach and cajole as well as command and control. The “leader as coach” is yet another phrase more often seen in business books than in the real world. Acting as a coach to a colleague is not something that comes easily to many executives. It is increasingly common for executives to need mentoring. This conceptual paper attempts to unleash some of the fundamental beliefs that are fixed with the cultural and social thought process that can be contemplated to identify a new style to lead the future groups.||Rajesh Kumar Nigah|
|2||Ideal Number of ChildrenAbstract – One of the Critical Factors affecting population growth is Ideal Number of Children. This paper reveals the effect of education on ideal number of children in Bharuch city, Using Primary data through questionnaire. The questionnaires are filled by 136 families. From this study, we observe that there is negative relation between education and ideal number of children.||Prof. Umeshbhai B.Rana|
|3||A Study of Adolescent Awareness of Adolescents in relation to Self-conceptAbstract – This study investigated the adolescent awareness of adolescents in relation to self-concept. Adolescence is important period in one’s life that it cannot be neglected into the background. It is very important to understand this period for devising ways and means for introducing reforms in the fields of education of adolescents. The adolescent’s intellectual capacity develops and changes from concrete thinking to abstract thinking. The attempts towards improving secondary education should be made keeping in view the interests, attitudes, self-concept and aptitudes of adolescents. Youngsters (teenagers) are lived in this period without any serious thoughts to their problem and discussion in this through proper channel. The sample consisted of 320 adolescents and measures the adolescent awareness and self-concept by standardized tools and data organized according to the variables of this study. There was no significant difference between adolescence awareness of high and low selfconcept of adolescents, area and gender also not affected. Implications for further findings are discussed.||Dr. Rajesh I. Bhatt|
|4||Comparison of CAI Programme and Traditional Method of Teaching EnglishAbstract – In the present scenario the use of new teaching method and educational technology is growing which is good sign for education. Teacher’s position is in danger in the periphery of learning because the concept of learning is developing or changing day by day. In such a situation, are the available equipments able to substitute a teacher? If yes, how far will they be successful? There are many self-learning materials prepared for classroom teaching and these methods are profoundly used in routine teaching of class. Among them work card materials, programmed learning material, computer assisted instruction, computer based instruction, computer aided instruction with peer instruction, computer managed instruction etc can be cited important in teaching learning process. Here the research wants to conclude that whether the computerized CAI learning package is successful or not?||Mr. Rajesh J. Prajapati|
|5||Effect of Concept Attainment Model of Teaching on Achievement in Chemistry at Higher Secondary StageAbstract – The present study is experimental in nature. The objective of this study was to study the effect of Concept Attainment Model of teaching on achievement in Chemistry at higher secondary stage. A sample of 100 students was selected at random. 50 students were selected randomly to form an experimental group. Another 50 students were selected randomly to form the control group for the study. The experimental group was given the Concept Attainment Model of teaching and the control group was taught through the Conventional Method (Lecture Method) of teaching. The data was collected and analyzed with the help of suitable statistical techniques. Concept Attainment Model was found to be effective in terms of achievement of students in Chemistry.||Mr. Mahesh Patel|
|6||A Study of Teaching Related Problems Experienced by Secondary School Teachers of Kheda DistrictAbstract – In such circumstances, it is necessary to understand conditions of our teachers who are the soul of our education system. Today, teachers are facing many problems among which the most important is teaching related problem. In this research the researcher has made a humble attempt to suggest remedies by finding out teaching related problems of the Secondary School teacher.||Dr. Dipak K. Chaudhari|
|7||Team Leadership in School ManagementAbstract – We look at our everyday life – the situations and groups we are involved in – we soon find leadership. The leadership process is part of our daily experience. “We may lead other, ourselves, or be lead.” We play our part in relationships and groups where it is always around. Everyone is a leader or a follower in a way of life. The world is not neatly divided in this respect. Part of our responsibility as partners in the process is to work. The leaders are also being followers and followers too, are leaders. As individuals we are part of the leadership process and, at times receive the gift of being the leader from others.||Dipti B. Kundal|
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