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|1||‘Nectar in a Sieve’: A Thematic StudyAbstract – The most striking feature of Indian English novel is the appearance of women novelists who gave new dimension to Indian English novel. In the beginning of the 1980’s, Indian English Literature received an international status. After independence, women writing have acquired an importance more than even before. They have started questioning the age old oppression and colonization. Indian women writers in English fiction have been presenting women as the centre of concern in their fictional world. Kamala Markandaya (1924-2004) is unquestionably one of the most popular Indian women novelists in English of post-independence period. She won fame and success with the publication of her very first novel ‘Nectar in a Sieve’ in 1954. She has ten novels to her credit. The objective of this research paper is to bring out main theme or idea that she wants to convey her readers through this novel.||Dr. M. R. Raval|
|2||Causes of Childhood Stress and its EffectAbstract – Stress is an inevitable part of life. Human beings experience stress early, even before they are born. A certain amount of stress is normal and necessary for survival. Stress helps children develop the skills they need to cope with and adapt to new and potentially threatening situations throughout life. Support from parents and/or other concerned caregivers is necessary for children to learn how to respond to stress in a physically and emotion-ally healthy manner. Via this article the author wants to convey the effect of mental stress on human being.||Amit P. Chaudhari|
|3||Image and Symbol in the Works of Albert CamusAbstract – The present research paper is an attempt to examine aspects of Camus’s literary talents: his creation of symbols. The two images- sun and sea- recur in Camus’s work and achieve symbolical force. The range of Camus’s imagery is fairly narrow and derives almost entirely from the central experience of his life, his encounter with nature and surroundings. Images are concerned with the blinding sun. Algerian landscape is the main character and it is the main surroundings. It is within the context of this particular experience of nature that Camus’s references to the sun and the sea need to be set. These images figure prominently in Camus’s work because they are obviously the representative images of the type of landscape in which he was born and spent the formative years of his life.||Hitendrakumar M. Patel|
|4||Occupational Stress and Management PoliciesAbstract – Nowadays in organization health care issues of employees are given prime importance and management tries to protect the health, welfare and productivity of employees that’s why occupational stress is considered as one of the health and safety issues. Occupational stress affects the performance, turnover and productivity of employees therefore human resource managers, counselors, professionals in many organizations are worried about the impact of occupational stress. In various organizations human resource managers are in quandary that how they can reduce the impacts of occupational stress that’s why it is essential to acknowledge causes indications and impacts of occupational stress which affect the organizational performance of the employee. Here some policies are suggested to overcome this burning issue. Suggestions show how to manage occupational at different level and remove its negative effects.||Hiralal R. Deshrani|
|5||A Comparative Study on Public and Private Sector Mutual Funds in IndiaAbstract – The SEBI regulations, 1993 defines a mutual fund as “a fund in the form of a trust by a sponsor, to raise money by the trustees through the sale of units to the public, under one or more schemes, for investing in securities in accordance with these regulations”
Indian Mutual Fund (MF) industry provides reasonable options for an ordinary man to invest in the share market. The plethora of schemes provides variety of options to suit the individual objectives whatever their age, financial position, risk tolerance and return expectations. In the past few years, we had seen a dramatic growth of the Indian MF industry with many private players bringing global expertise to the Indian MF industry. Investment in mutual funds is effected by the perception of the investors. Financial markets are constantly becoming more efficient by providing more promising solutions to the investors. Being a part of financial markets although mutual funds industry is responding very fast by understanding the dynamics of investor’s perception towards rewards, still they are continuously following this race in their endeavour to differentiate their products responding to sudden changes in the economy. Therefore a need is there to study investor’s perception regarding the mutual funds. The study at first tests whether there is any relation between demographic profile of the investor and selection of mutual fund alternative from among public sector and private sector. For the purpose of analysis perceptions of selected investors from public and private sector mutual funds are taken into consideration. The major factors influencing the investors of public and private sectors mutual funds are identified. The factors under consideration to compare between perceptions of public and private sector mutual fund investors are Liquidity, Security, Flexibility, Management fee, Service Quality, Transparency, Returns and Tax benefits.
|Rajiv G. Sharma|
|6||Use of Symbolism in Poems of W.B. YeatsAbstract – The research paper is dealt with the use of symbolism in poetry. The paper covers origin of symbolism and its influence on poetry. The main purpose behind the research provides information students to get ideas of symbolism for their study.||Prof. Devila H. Rohit|
|7||Performance Evaluation of Indian Banking AnalysisAbstract – The purpose of the study was to understand the extent of relationship between banking financial position in Indian economy . Now a day banking sector is playing vital role in Indian economy. but some parameter is decided for to check different method camel is one of the more popular model of compare to banks financial position . in this model use different kind of ratio which is direct effect on bank outcome. We can take decision for trying to get best result of bank. here we have to find out ratio and given the rank through bank performance ratio. Today banking sector have facing NPA problem and this is major impact on bank performance and annual result.||Dhaval S. Desai|
|8||In Vitro Screening of Bauhinia Purpurea Stem Bark with Reference Anti-Oxidant ActivityAbstract – The antioxidant capacity of Bauhinia purpurea stems bark extracts, obtained by sequential extraction with various polarities of solvents, by hot continuous percolation method. The antioxidant properties of different crude extracts were evaluated using different antioxidant tests such as free radical scavenging activity, metal chelating activity, superoxide anion scavenging assay, total antioxidant activity, and reducing power for comparison. In addition, total phenolic and flavonoid compounds in the extracts were determined as catechin equivalent. The various antioxidant activities were compared to standard antioxidant such as ascorbic acid. From the tested Bauhinia purpurea crude extracts showed potent different level of in vitro antioxidant activity. Results indicate the possible potential use of medicinal plant Bauhinia purpurea indicate that it may be a potential source of natural antioxidant.||Megha Chaudhary|
|9||Christ Apostolic Church Agbala Itura, North America: Implications of SWOT AnalysisAbstract – The Christ Apostolic Church was established in North America with the primary purpose to win souls for Christ and that African immigrants, especially Nigerians, needed to worship God in a more appropriate manner rooted in their perceptions and worldview about Christianity. Currently, the church is interdenominational. It is important to do a SWOT analysis of the organization so that there can be a strategic plan for the future. This is an exploratory and observational study based on discussions, interviews, personal notes, and archival search to arrive at findings of this exploratory study, as well recommendations and conclusion.||Dr. Michael O. Akintayo|
|10||SWOT Analysis of Chinese Economy and Its Comparison with Indian EconomyAbstract – Since the formation of the PRC, an enormous effort was made towards creating economic growth and entire new industries were created. Tight control of budget and money supply reduced inflation by the end of 1950. Though most of it was done at the expense of suppressing the private sector of small to big businesses by the Three-anti/five-anti campaigns between 1951 to 1952. The campaigns were notorious for being anti-capitalist, and imposed charges that allowed the government to punish capitalists with severe fines. In the beginning of the Communist party’s rule, the leaders of the party had agreed that for a nation such as China, which does not have any heavy industry and minimal secondary production, capitalism is to be utilized to help the building of the “New China” and finally merged into communism.||Dr. Ganesh Kawadia et al.|
|11||Child Marriage: an IssueAbstract – 21st century is the century of technology, education and industrial development. The present age is also known the age of knowledge and science. Man has shown the power of his abiltyand intelligence through the invention of different technologies. Today man lives very educated and prosperous life. But if we look at the back side of our progress, there are many traditional r that obstruct the development of our society. Even today in many parts of India the tradition of child marriage prevails. It reminds us of the life lived by people in the 20th century. Today the growth and expansion of education has taken place on large scale. But there are many social groups which are not ready to come out of their traditional rituals and customs. This study paper identifies that the issues of Child marriage.||Pankaj Chaudhary|
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