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|1||Legal Education in India: Opportunities and ChallengesAbstract – Legal Education is the life line for a lawyer and has to haunt through the pages of books, journals throughout his life. Justice Dr. Arijit Pasayat Judge, Supreme Court of India has said that, the importance of legal education and its impact on the future generation of lawyers has not only relevance at present but also in future
The study of law must, therefore, be of that quality and standard as would justify pound’s description of a professional. However, there has been immense criticism of the system of legal education in India which having a direct impact on the quality of the bar.
Since Law is the foundation of every society or a nation, Legal Education of the people is a sine qua none. Legal Education not only creates law-abiding citizens, but also produces brilliant academicians, Visionary Judges, astounding lawyers, and awe-inspiring jurists. Since law is a means for social changes and economic progress, since these four classes of men acts as catalyst for the growth of the society, the creation of these four groups of men should be the aim of the Legal Education
New Changes in the New Millennium: Law as well as know is ever developing and is never static. New areas and fields of Law are discovered and it is very important that Law students should be made aware of the recent developments in the field of Law. One such branch of law, the importance of which has not yet been fully recognized by the law school and universities in India. Is the law of IPR, Compendious courses on the law of Copy Right, Trade Marks and Patents are offered in a few law schools as optional courses like this Law and Medicine , Corporate Laws. Forensic Science Laws are also new one for law students. It is essential that a greater emphasis be paid to these new branches of law.
|Dr. Rajesh S. Vyas|
|2||Factors Affecting Consumer BehaviorAbstract – A perspective of marketing is about making a consumer realise that they want your product, even though initially they might not. Therefore it is important for marketers to understand how consumers behave when they are exposed to particular advertising methods and messages. For example: Consumer behavioural theories such as the process of innovation diffusion is vital for marketers as it allows us to understand how different market segments, which have different purchasing and thinking characteristics might decide whether or not to buy a product.
Customer behaviour study is based on consumer buying behaviour, with the customer playing the three distinct roles of user, payer and buyer. Research has shown that consumer behaviour is difficult to predict, even for experts in the field. “Customers” play a very critical role as these are the people who finally BUY the goods & services of the organisation, and the firm is always on the move to make them buy so as to earn revenue. It’s crucial from both the points of view as given below.
From the customers’ point of view: Customers today are in a tough spot. Today, in the highly developed & technologically advanced society, the customers have a great deal of choices & options (and often very close & competing) to decide on.
They have the products of an extreme range of attributes (the 1st P – Product), they have a wide range of cost and payment choices (the 2nd P – Price), they can order them to be supplied to their door step or anywhere else (the 3rd P – Place), and finally they are bombarded with more communications from more channels than ever before (the 4th P – Promotion).
How can they possibly decide where to spend their time and money? It’s very important question for a trader. When consumer fully delights, then he decides to spend to their money. Therefore it’s very important to know the Factors Affecting Consumer Behavior. Let’s see it.
|Dr. Nilesh B. Gajjar|
|3||Library Automation and Online Services: Impact on ReadersAbstract – Library Automation indicates a high degree of mechanism of different day-to-day and repetitive tasks to be performed by Library staff as well as by users/readers. With the advent of Information technology and computers, human efforts are limited to a great extent.
Library automation can be defined thus: the application of computers to perform routine and traditional library housekeeping activities and operations like. Acquisition, circulation of books and reading materials, cataloguing, indexing, reference service and serials regulation. Automation is used to reduce the amount of library staff time which was devoted to repetitive and routine library activities which are done for the proper functioning of any library activities and services. It is also to be seen that, various library operations are automated in such way that maximum benefit for providing library services effectively and efficiently at a minimum time and energy.
Consonant to the Webster’s dictionary “automation is the technique of making an apparatus, a process or a system to operate automatically.” In other words, automation is the machinery that mathematically manipulates information storing, selecting, presenting and recording, inputting data or internally generated data. In this way, the word ‘automation’ is used for automatic technical processing.
|Sunitaben J. Chauhan|
|4||A Comparative Study of the Mathematical Achievement Based on Action Oriented Competencies for the Students of Grade V and VIAbstract – The objectives of the present study were (i) To compare the achievement level of the students of Grade V and VI on a Competency based and Action oriented test in Mathematics.(ii) To study effect of Gender on the achievement level of the students of Grade V and VI (iii) To study effect of Area on the achievement level of the students of Grade V and VI. The population of the study was the students of Grade V and VI of Gujarat state. The sample for the study was selected by using purposive random sampling method. The present study was conducted on 240 students (Grade V: 120 students; Grade VI: 120 students) of twenty districts of Gujarat state. To collect the data for the present investigation the investigator used self constructed and standardized Competency based and an Action oriented test for the students of Grade V and VI in mathematics. After the analysis the researcher has found that there is significant effect of gender and area on the achievement level of the students of Grade V and VI.||Prof. Komal Vyas|
|5||Essential and Features of Indian EnglishAbstract – As we know 21st century is the Education and Knowledge century. A North Carolina state university sponsored study speaking about the importance of communication skills in work place found out that: “Communication skills were considered more important than either technical knowledge…or computer skills.”
In any industry almost no exception is made in any job category about the need for good communication skills. The importance of communication skills has spread through the society not as a requirement, but as a necessity. The most surprising aspect is that none of us are taught any kind of communication skills anytime either in school or college. Sometimes we take the most important things in life for granted and do not realize its importance until it is too late. Hence now in professional college we have to learn how to develop our communication skills through various LSRW skills which include listening English News, participating in Group Discussions, Presentation Skills, Role Plays, JAM, reading Comprehension, writing Essays, various types of Letters, Reports etc. All these activities definitely improve our communication skills.
Language remains potentially a communicative medium capable of expressing ideas and concepts as well as moods, feelings and attitudes. Language is learnt through use, through practice. As we know ‘the more one is exposed to the use of language, the better one learns’. English is a means not only for international commerce; it has become increasingly essential for inter-state commerce and communication. In India, people going from North to South for education or business mostly communicate in English, which has become a link language. Keeping this in mind, the Parliament has also recognized English as an official language in addition to Hindi. All the facts of history and developments in present day India underline the continued importance of learning English. We must make the best use of English to develop ourselves culturally and materially so that we can compete with the best in the world of mind and matter. English language is our window to the world. Properly used, technology will help students acquire the skills they need to survive in a complex, highly technological knowledgebased economy world. Thus, English has become a major international language for worldwide communication. Proficiency in English is a mandatory requirement for any professional working in a global business environment.
|Parimal P. Gohil|
|6||A Study of Biology teacher’s Opinion towards Curriculum of Biology Subject in Gujarat StateAbstract – It is no exaggeration to say that the curriculum of a country not only reflects its genius but also its ethos, philosophy, cultural heritage, as well as its concern for national development, particularly development of its most precious resource, namely the human resource. In view of this, one may assert that, policy statements of education are, by and large, statements of curriculum refers. In this context the investigator conduct a research study on teacher’s opinion towards Biology curriculum.||Pradip Gagalani|
|7||A Comparative Study of Textbook of Elements of Accountancy and Book Keeping of CBSE and GSEB Schools of Standard XIAbstract – In the modern commercial world there are many ways to impart the education and to teach the students but textbooks has prime importance. The textbooks are the connecting link between teachers and students in teaching-learning process. Teachers take the help of textbooks to impart the knowledge of different concepts of different subjects and students take the help of textbooks to know the different concepts of different subject thoroughly. Text books play a vital role in the field of education. Textbook are the education material which is provided by any education board of any state in our country. In our country many different types of social-economical classes are surviving on the basis of which our society is divided. Among these all classes some of the classes are such which cannot afford the different educational materials which are available in the market, so, to overcome this type of problems education boards prepare the textbooks of different subjects for all the levels of education.
Textbooks which are prepared by education boards should be of good quality and appropriate which covers all the maxim of education. To know the solution of this problem the researcher has decided to conduct the research.
|Prin. Chirag Panchal|
|8||A Study about Human Rights Awareness of Teacher Educators and Student TeachersAbstract – The present survey was conducted to find out awareness about Human Rights of Teacher Educators and Student Teachers with respect to different variables like gender, method of teaching, experience, residential area, student teacher’s father educational and occupational status. The investigator used random sampling methods for selecting sample. The data was collected from 42 Teacher Educator and 548 Student Teachers with the help of Human Rights Awareness Test prepared by investigator. The descriptive statistical technique like mean, mode, median, skewness, kurtosis, standard deviation and t-test was used to analyse the data. The study found that male Teacher Educators and Student Teachers have more awareness than female Teacher Educators and Student Teachers. The residential area significantly affects the awareness of Teacher Educators and Student Teachers. The methods of teaching not significantly affect the awareness of Teacher Educators and Student Teachers.||Jignesh J. Parmar|
|9||Study of Literary Interest Inventory With Reference to Selected VariablesAbstract – Recently people have started thinking about the existence of regional languages. The main aim of the investigator here is to study whether teaching of literature in regional languages can develop literary interest among students or not? For the present study, investigator constructed literary interest inventory and standardized it. The investigator administered the inventory on the 3119 students of higher secondary schools of Gujarat studying in the year 2011. The sample was selected via multi-stage technique. The field of the research was psychological testing. The research was of applied type and a survey type research. Descriptive and inferential statistical analysis of the collected data was carried out. For testing null hypothesis t-taste and f-taste were used. Significant difference in the average scores on inventory was found with reference to sex, area of school, stream, type of school and standard. Investigator had studied effect of various variables on the scores on the inventory and found that various variables had their effect on the scores. Investigator also studied effect of variables on 10 components of inventory separately. Results with reference to components were different from that of entire inventory. Results on components help to understand the literary interest inventory in a better way. Thus, the present study and the findings will help thinkers of literature, society and education and the language teachers and the parents to plan in proper direction for the development of literary interest among the students.||Dinesh R. Patel|
|10||Values of the High School Students of Ahmedabad DistrictAbstract – Values are something to be experienced rather than deduced through cognitive process. Value of the people cannot be seen a perceived directly but they have to be inferred from words and action of the people. All people have values but they may not be aware of what kind of Value these are, Value education refers to a programme of planned education action aimed at the development of values and character. The scope of value education informed learning institutions is determine by the context, quality and intensity of school, influences in relation to the media, person, home and community. Therefore, the present research work on value development has been selected and studied.||Mrs. Anjali A. Bait|
|11||Effectiveness of Gujarati Language Proficiency Test for the Trainees of Primary Teacher Training InstituteAbstract – Language is one of the greatest dimensions of human culture development. From the childhood human learns during the development of human kind in the family. Child learns through listening sensory motors during the listening mode and then after individual becomes more concrete with interaction with the family members, members of group and members of society. Objectives of the Test : (1)To study the level of effectiveness of ‘Gujarati Proficiency’ of Primary teacher trainees (2) To study the Gujarati Proficiency of teacher trainees in relation to following background variables: (a) Gender; (b) Type of Educational Institute and (iii) Habitat[Rural/Urban]. Research Area: The present research study was conducted taking sample from Grant-in-aid College and Non Grant-In-Aid College of primary teacher training institute from Gujarat state. Research Design: The present research was Descriptive Survey by its nature. Population and Sample of the Study: The population of the study was the 800 Primary Teacher Trainees from Grant-in-aid College and Non Grant-In-Aid College of primary teacher training institute from Gujarat state .In this present research test-retest carried out after 20 days and 30 days, according to the test-retest validity were found 0.81 and 0.73 respectively, while rationale equal lance method of KR20 and KR21 were found 0.72 and 0.70 respectively. Split- half Validity of the test was also carried out and it was found 0.68. Findings: (1) No significant difference was found between the mean scores of Male Primary Teacher Trainees and Female Primary Teacher Trainees on Total Scores of the Gujarati Language proficiency test. (2) No significant difference was found between the mean scores of Primary Teacher Trainees of Grant-In-Aid and NonGrant-In-Aid Primary Teacher Trainees on Total Scores of the Gujarati Language proficiency test. (3) No significant difference was found between the mean scores of Primary Teacher Trainees of rural habitat and urban habitat Primary Teacher Trainees on Total Scores of the Gujarati Language proficiency test. Gender, Types of Institutions and Habitat variable are not found significant, so all Gujarati Language proficiency test is useful to find Gujarati Language proficiency in same manner.||Dr. Shilpa K. Patel|
|12||Application of Educational Technology in Non-Formal EducationAbstract – Any organized educational activity outside the established formal system – whether operating separately or as an important feature of some broader activity – that is intended to serve identifiable learning clienteles and learning objectives. Informal education: the truly lifelong process whereby every individual acquires attitudes, values, skills and knowledge from daily experience and the educative influences and resources in his or her environment – from family and neighbours, from work and play, from the market place, the library and the mass media.
Educative system classification proposal, comprising formal, non-formal and informal education, their features and relations at the level of concepts and practical utilization is presented. Considering the problems arising from formal education, alternatives that displace the “center of gravity” from formal, to non-formal education processes are herein advanced, with regard to the advantages offered by the latter. The aspects relating to the creation of nonformal systems and their perspectives are also analyzed in the search for solutions to our current educational problems.
|Prof. Rifat J. Quadiri|
|13||Technology in the ClassroomAbstract – The growth of technology has spurred the inclusion of new and various forms of technology in many locations and branches of life, from government offices to communication companies and the social life, such as Twitter, Face book and MySpace. However, some of the most common places technology can be found are in our education systems, our classrooms and district offices. Although schools find themselves using more and more new technologies each day, they find themselves also the subject of much controversy over the use of this technology in the first place.||Prof. Bhavin H. Patel|
|14||Learner Social Self-Concept and Academic AchievementAbstract – Literature has documented the importance of social self-concept for academic achievement. The study investigated the relationship between learner social self-concept and academic achievement in secondary schools in Gujarat, and also compared social self-concepts and academic achievements on the basis of gender, age, school location. Data was collected from 1000 adolescent learners in urban and rural schools using questionnaires. Results confirm positive and reciprocal relationship between academic achievement and learner social selfconcept. Gender stereotyping appeared to influence subject choice and performance. All the independent variables correlated positively and significantly with academic achievement and social self-concept. Results appear to emphasis the need to pay attention to social relationships when trying to improve the learner’s academic achievement.||Dr. K. S. Dedun|
|15||A Study of Energy Awareness of the students of Standard 8th in Context of Some VariablesAbstract – Energy has the most important place in human life. We are using lots of energy uncontrollably and because of that the problem of energy has arose. The researcher has tried to reach the problem by using the information collection the self made Energy Awareness test for standard 8th.The data was classified in proper manners. It was found that most the students fall in the category of the low level of energy awareness. Most of the students having middle level of energy awareness. So this study will be helpful for the school principals, teachers and the students to give guidance to the students for developing high level of energy awareness. It will be helpful to the government to make various education policies, which can develop positive approach among students towards energy awareness.||Dr. Harsha R. Patel|
|16||Planning for Library Automation of Academic LibrariesAbstract – Library Automation refers to the use of computer to serve the needs of library users. The operations of a Library get a quantum jump with the introduction of computer. The computer helps to provide Fast and reliable access to the resources available in the library as well as elsewhere. As a part of good planning, Library automation is essential in academic libraries. In this article the author conveying the basic way for the library automation in academic libraries.||Dr. Bhagubhai K. Chaudhari|
|17||Use of E-Resources: A Study with Special Reference to S. K. Patel College of Engineering, Visnagar (Gujarat)Abstract – This paper is an attempt to study the use of e-resources, its impact on the collection of eresources its awareness among the users, and the places where the users are accessing these resources. The present study was designed to find out the necessity and usage of e-resources by the undergraduate, postgraduate students and faculty members undertaking the S.K College of Engineering, Visnagar (Gujarat), out of which 82 percent responded to this survey. The present investigation gives an indication of the range of uses of e-resources by Engineering undergraduate, postgraduate students and faculty members.||Mr. Dinesh H. Parmar and Dr. M. G. Patel|
|18||Introduction to Educational ResearchAbstract – A great deal of social research is conducted to explore a topic or familiarize oneself with a topic. This typically occurs when a researcher becomes interested in a new topic or when the subject of study itself is relatively new. Often times, exploratory research is done through the use of focus groups or small group discussions, which are frequently used in market research. Another major purpose of social research is to describe situations and events. The researcher observes and then describes what he or she observed. One great example of descriptive social research is the U.S. Census. The goal of the census is to describe accurately and precisely several characteristics of the U.S. population, including race/ethnicity, age, sex, household size, income, etc. The author conveys the introduction of Educational Research via this article.||Dr. Asha Chaudhary|
|19||Gandhiji’s Thoughts and Rural DevelopmentAbstract – Gandhi’s idea to develop the Indian society was based on his understanding of the society and hence based on the village system. Talking about the importance of village, he wrote in 1936, “I would say if the village perishes, India will perish too. It will be no more India. His one mission in the world will get lost.” Harijan. 29.08.36. He was aware of the realities of the village life and knew the plight of half starved masses of India. He often acknowledged the same in his vivid descriptions of Indian villages. He wrote, “instead of having graceful hamlets dotting the lands, we have dung-heaps. The approach too many villages is not a refreshing experience. Often one would like to shut one’s eyes and stuff one’s nose, such is the surrounding dirt and offending smell”. (Gandhi: Constructive programmes-its meaning and place). His understanding of the plight of the people has been extremely well brought out in his writings, identifying his emphasis on removal of poverty over aesthetics. This article communicates Gandhiji’s thoughts and rural development according to Gandhian point of view.||Devasi M. Chandravadiya|
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