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|1||To study the levels of Adjustment among Juvenile Dliquents of Observation Home of Bharuch DistrictAbstract – Children constitute principal assets of any country. Children’s development is as important as the development of material resources and the best way is to develop national human resources is to take care of children. India has the highest number of children in the world. The total population of India is recorded by Census 2011 is 1.2 Billion. Approximately 40% of the nation’s population is children. The country has a very high rate of neo natal deaths (around 35%) in the world. It also accounts for around 40% of child malnutrition in the developing world. The vulnerable categories of children include orphans, abandoned and destitute children, missing or run away children, street children, children of sex workers, abused, tortured and exploited children, children indulging in substance abuse, children affected by HIV/AIDS, children affected by natural calamities, emergencies, and manmade disasters, children with disabilities and children suffering from terminal /incurable diseases.||Shailesh A. Ratnottar|
|2||A Study of Intelligence of Secondary Schools Students in Relation to their Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual IntelligenceAbstract – In the present time there are main three types of intelligence. These three types of intelligence are as under:
For long, the world gave much importance to Intelligence Quotient. For Example, My son has an IQ of 230! The proud mother would gush. He’s going to be a scientist. This attitude is a legacy of the early 20th century when psychologists devised tests to measure intelligence. These tests primarily measured intellectual or rational intelligence (used to solve logical problems). The higher the figure, the belief went, the greater the intelligence.
|3||Adjustment of Secondary School Teachers of Dibrugarh District, AssamAbstract – Adjustment means to adapt or modify one’s behaviour to meet the demands of changing environment. Adjustment is a continuous process by which a person varies his behaviour to produce a more harmonious relationship between himself and his environment (Gates and Jersild 1998). Teacher Adjustment means adjustment of teacher with their school environment, teaching staff, non-teaching staff, students, curriculum etc. Teachers Adjustment refers to the Adjustment of Teachers with Academic and General Environment of the institution, Socio-Psycho-Physical Adjustment, Professional relationship Adjustment, Personal life Adjustment, Financial Adjustment and Job Satisfaction. The success in teaching is significantly related to adjustment in various spheres of life including professional life (Gupta, 1977). Thus, in the present study an attempt has been made to study adjustment of Secondary school teachers of Dibrugarh district. The major objectives of the present study were to find out the level of adjustment of Secondary school teachers of Dibrugarh district in the schools as well as to compare the adjustment of male and female, urban and rural, trained and untrained, married and unmarried, experienced and inexperienced Secondary school teachers of Dibrugarh district, Assam. Adjustment of Secondary school teachers in the schools was found satisfactory and no significant difference were found between the adjustment of male and female, urban and rural, trained and untrained, married and unmarried, experienced and inexperienced Secondary school teachers of Dibrugarh district.||Pinki Baruah et al.|
|4||Effect of Sex & Area on the Self-regulation Inventory for the students of 11 to 13 yearsAbstract – The major aim of the present study has been taken by a tool of a Self-regulation Inventory and its standardization on the students of 11 to 13 years studying in Upper Primary Schools of Gujarat State. While the process of data collection, it happened to come in contact of many students and teachers. Much knowledge was attained from experts. Norms were established according to each area, sex, type of family and age. If the present study proves to be helpful to teachers, students and society and persons related to study field, the humble effort of the investigator considered as significant.||Devyani K. Raval|
|5||A Study of Hindi Verbal Ability of School Students of Gujarat States With Respect to Gender, Age and AreaAbstract – No child is waste but our education system labels some children to be bright and others as poor or duffers. This is because of a faulty education system. Here, to address this problem, it is essential to understand the inherent aptitude and abilities of each child which includes mechanical, numerical, psychomotor, verbal ability. Investigators have taken up this study to assess the Hindi verbal abilities of 11-13 years old age students with the help of self constructed test. It was found that gender and area affect the level of their Hindi Verbal Ability. This is detailed out in the paper.||Ms. Rinki Singh et al.|
|6||The Relationship between Frustration, Academic Alienation and Scholastic Achievement in Undergraduate College StudentsAbstract – In the current world, scholastic achievement is of a paramount importance and all countries pay special attention to scholastic achievement, success and competition. In fact, one of the main objectives of education is to develop the students through providing proper conditions for them so to reach the highest levels of scholastic achievement. Researchers have always showed great interest to find out how factors affect scholastic achievement and progress and what role they play in this regard. No doubt, a set of individual and environmental factors among many others influence the students’ academic achievement. It seems scholastic achievement is a multi-dimensional variable, and it is affected by enormous factors like frustration and academic alienation. The present study aimed to exploring about effect of frustration, academic alienation on scholastic achievement of undergraduate students.||Shweta Singh et al.|
|7||The Key to Sustain School ImprovementAbstract – This paper is basically focused on features of High Performing Schools. Here, to determine the High Performance is not an easy task. And to become High Performing school, it takes more years and also for that there is not a single factor which is responsible for that but there are no. of factors which are responsible for that. After reviewing articles, research papers , dissertations and journals, we can say that if these features implement in the Low Performing schools, it would be assure that the school achievement would be definitely improve.||Pratiksha M. Modi|
|8||A Study of Self-Esteem of Primary Teachers of Gujarat State in Context of Certain VariablesAbstract – Present Study has been done to know about self-esteem of primary teachers of Gujarat state in context of certain variables. For the present study gender, area and job experience consider as variables. Total 2621 primary teachers were selected from all over the Gujarat Govt. primary schools. To know about self-esteem of primary teachers self made self-esteem inventory was used as tool. On the basis of the score obtain by the teachers mean, standard deviation, standard error of mean and t-values were calculated for data analysis. Effect of gender, area and experience were found significantly.||Dr. Vishal J. Dave|
|9||Impact of Mobile Phone on Youth: A Psycho-Social StudyAbstract – Media technology has become integral part of children’s lives in the twenty-first century. The world of electronic media is changing with a fast pace. After television it has joined by many other media resources like cell phones (mobile), iPods, video games, messaging, social networks sites and e-mail. Recently from an Indian study of Mahakud and Bhola (2014) found that more male participants usage social networking especially through mobile than to their female counterpart in a study. The results especially indicate that higher age group peoples, particularly female participants more than to the lower age group. Similarly the comparison between age group of participants the present study indicates that higher age group usage more time mass media especially mobile, Internet and other media than to the younger age group. From the present study it can be concluded that, although the usage of mass media has positive effects on wellbeing of users still, the negative effects of mass media cannot be neglected. With knowing the ethical guidelines and decent usage of mass media can be more effective for the users especially for adolescent and youth.||Dr. Sunil Gupta|
|10||Management of Tension –type Headache with RelaxationAbstract – The present study was done to study the effectiveness of relaxation techniques in management of tension -typeheadache. Two relaxation techniques were used – Jacobson’s progressive muscle relaxation[PMR] technique and Deep Breathing. Three groups of subjects were taken with ten participants in each group. Two groups were given ten sessions of the two relaxation techniques on alternate days. The third group was a control group. It was found that Jacobsons PMR was most effective in reducing the intensity and duration of headache and the symptoms associated with it.Implications on health are also discussed.||Ms. Nisha Jaiswal|
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