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|1||Informal Sector in India: Economical PerspectivesAbstract – Informal Sector refers to economic activities i.e. production and distribution of goods and services by the operating units of the households which essentially differ from the formal sector in terms of technology, economies of scale, use of labour intensive processes, and virtual absence of the well maintained accounts. It embraces a widely dispersed multitude of operating units with high rates of birth and death and considerable mobility. It is informal in the sense that they are not regulated by government under any statute. Because of its contribution to the economy, which is quite visible and its strength in absorbing a huge chunk of unemployed persons to whom the State is unable to provide adequate employment. It becomes the duty of the policy makers to device such policies which can take core of the problems faced by the informal sector workforce. Hence, there is need to monitor the size and structure of this sector and its performance over time for framing appropriate policies. In this paper an attempt to know Industry wise distribution of NDP in organized and unorganized sector and also try to attempt status of registered and unregistered enterprise in the country.||Dr. Navinchandra R. Shah|
|2||Stress Areas and Stress Factors for the School Head MastersAbstract – It is observed that modernization has changed life styles of human beings but at the same time, it is achieved at the personal cost. This cost is captured by a single word “stress”. There is no field where stressful events do not happen and there is no person who has not experienced any kind of stress, even lay people generally use the term stress to refer to various negative feelings. Now a day the situations in educational administration fields, particularly in secondary schools, are different for the headmasters, as the time has completely changed. The headmaster of secondary school is involved in variety of administrative and academic activities and programmes other than classroom teachings and school administration and the headmaster as an academician and administrator has now to manage the teaching more from a shrinking resource base and in the face of explosion of knowledge and skills not seen before. In the recent time expectations of management of the schools, students, parents and society have risen up and the headmasters at secondary schools have to show their performance in better way even under stressful situations. The investigator has made effective attempts through this research work to find out the areas creating stress and stress factors which directly or indirectly affect the school headmasters in particular and school education in general.
School Headmasters Stress Inventory (SHSI) constructed and validated by the investigator was used for collecting data for the study. In the beginning the headmasters were asked to respond on stress information response sheet. With the help of the responses on this stress information response sheet investigator could identified stress area and stress factors for the school headmasters. Frequencies and percentage were calculated for selection of first two most stress creating stress factors from responses of 100 headmasters of the sample. As findings; (1) ten major area creating stress are: School management, School staff, Students, Parents, Government, School administration & management, Planning of school programmes, Professional, Society, and Personal development.
Thus, it is required for the headmasters of secondary schools that to reduce stress they should keep more social relationship with all the stalk holders of the school like, students, parents, staff members, management, government officers, Nodal officers, etc. all the time. Even headmasters can reduce stress and increase their performance by keeping positive attitude towards life and practicing Yoga and Meditation regularly.
|Dr. Girishkumar P. Raval|
|3||The Changing Role of Library Professionals in Academic LibrariesAbstract – Discusses the roles that librarians play in academic libraries. Argues that librarians, who still form a significant grouping of senior staff in most academic libraries, continue to have a significant role to play in the delivery of library services and that applies to both traditional and electronic library services. Discusses the traditional role of librarians and analyzes the way in which this role is changing. Those areas where the changing responsibilities are extensions of traditional roles into new areas are pinpointed, together with examples of where librarians are performing new roles and adopting new ways of working. Areas where the changing role of librarians can be specifically identified include: greater emphasis on liaison with users; advocacy of the collections; adopting new roles; dealing with user enquiries in new ways; working with technical staff; selecting electronic library materials; carrying out more information skills; training; having a greater involvement in the implementation of educational technology; team working and project working.||Dr. Chetna Shah|
|4||Resource Inventory Analysis of Kabartal WetlandAbstract – Wetlands are one of the most productive ecosystems and play a significant role in the ecological balance. There are many function of wetland such as hydrological function, which includes groundwater recharge, ground water discharge despite of this it help in flood control and flow regulation. KabarTal wetland has been used for water supply for irrigation and domestic purposes, fishing, netting of migratory waterfowl for sale, harvesting of wild rice and gathering of the edible mollusk, Pilaglobosa and edible plant product such as Singhada (water chestnut), Makhana (foxnut). In spite of its biological and ecological significance, this wetland is under threat because of reclamation of land for agriculture, changes in the hydrologic regime resulting from construction of dykes, excessive removal of biomass and population pressure. This calls for a long term planning for preservation and conservation of these resources.||Mukesh Kumar|
|5||Land Reform in India: Time to RethinkAbstract – Land is the most important component of the life support system. Land includes benefits to arise out of land and things attached to the earth or permanently fastened to anything attached to the earth. In the wake of economic reforms, land reforms appear to have taken a back seat in India. Sometimes even the philosophy of redistribution of land through land reforms is questioned. For achievement of faster, sustainable and inclusive growth there is need for second generation land reform.||Anand Kumar & Ajit Kumar Sharma|
|6||Energy Security in Africa and Role of Hydro Power in Zambezi River BasinAbstract – Energy security usually is defined as “reliable supplies at a reasonable price”. It is an important issue in modern era. Rising oil prices, increasing global energy consumption and concern for the environment has led to a renewed interest in alternative energy sources such as renewable energy. Renewable energy currently constitutes about 17% of the global energy mix with hydropower making about 90% of this. So in this context hydropower becomes a good option for providing energy security. The African Continent is endowed with enormous hydropower potential that needs to be harnessed. Despite this huge potential which is enough to meet all the electricity needs of the continent, only a small fraction has been exploited. This could be due to the major technical, financial and environmental challenges that need to be overcome for the development of this resource base. A total of almost 5,000 MW of hydropower has been developed in the Zambezi River Basin. Zambezi River Basin’s hydropower resources have the potential to significantly contribute to solving the region’s power problems. The resource is readily available and produces cheaper and cleaner electricity than other traditional resources such as coal and oil.||Anupam Kumar Singh|
|7||The Rationale of Human Rights Protection: A Regulatory Imperative on Human DignityAbstract – Human Rights are commonly understood as being those rights to which a human being is entitled naturally simply because of being a human. They are inalienable, immutable, sacrosanct and indivisible rights. This article tries to evaluate and exemplify the importance of human rights compatible with the dignity and worth of human beings and finally highlights the impact of globalization on human rights regime which intents to have an impact on the world as a whole, irrespective of the various multifaceted barriers. These rights being visceral rights it must be understood that a formal definition of human rights has not been universally made or accepted by jurists or social scientists in this regard.||Towseef Ahmed|
|8||Mergers and Acquisitions in IndiaAbstract – In this paper our aim to discuss various modes Merger & Acquisitions in India as well as in the world. What are the benefit and limitations of Merger & Acquisitions. How Merger & Acquisitions are regulated through The Companies Act, 1956 and The Competition Act, 2002. Tax Impact of Merger & Acquisitions. We also explained various types of accounting of Merger & Acquisitions and its effect over Indian economy. We also discussed how Importance of India is growing in World Trade.||Mayank Kumar & Brijesh Yadav|
|9||Status of Primary Education of Scheduled Caste ChildrenAbstract – The National Achievement Survey, conducted to evaluate the learning achievement of Class I-V students, found SC students underperforming compared to general students. With this background an attempt was made with the objectives to analyse the Present Position of Male and Females Literacy Rate in India. To analyse the Difference between General Population and Scheduled Castes for Education. To find out the State Wise Enrolment in Classes I-V-SC Students. Scheduled Castes: Social Context and Current Educational Situation. In the present study the main emphasis is given to the problem facing educational level in Indian Schedule Caste children and State Wise School Drop-Out Rates among the I-V-SC Students. To conclude, as education of women brings out change of the standard of living and their entire family system.||Dr. S. Sarvankumar & Mr. M. Palanisamy|
|10||Effectiveness of Social Awareness Programme for Creating Excellence for Sustainable Development: A Case StudyAbstract – The National Curriculum Framework for School Education (NCFSE)-2000 also highlighted the need for including environmental concerns at all the levels of schooling. At the primary level, Environmental Education (EE) has been integrated suitably into social sciences, languages and science and technology. In 1986, the National Education Policy was declared. It stated: “There is a paramount need to create a consciousness of the environment. It must permeate all the ages and all the sections of society, beginning with the child. Environment consciousness should inform teaching in schools and colleges. This aspect will be integrated in the entire educational process.” Accordingly, the National Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Education: A Framework-1988 presented the NCERT’s view: “The school curriculum should highlight the measures for protection and care of the environment, prevention of pollution and conservation of energy.” Environmental issues have attracted popular attention and it is felt that education has to respond appropriately to this urgent need of the time. Despite the initiatives, it has been felt that although a fair amount of information about the environment is being given through textbooks, it has not succeeded in generating a concern that may lead to effective action for conserving and further improving the environment. The present research work is dealt with different types of Social issues of human life and its effect on everyday life of residents. It would also be helpful not only to investigate the factors that have since long been affecting the ecosystem of the human kind. It will be also helpful to suggest remedial measures and programs to bring social awareness among the people to learn the art of living and to lead “Environmentally Sustainable” lives.||Dr. Hardikbhai D. Mehta|
|11||ICT and Teaching of English language and LiteratureAbstract – In my Research Paper ‘ICT and Teaching of English language and Literature’, I have discussed the uses of ICT in the teaching of Language and Literature. I have talked about how can teachers use technologies like computer and internet in the teaching of global language like English. There are visual aids in ICT which makes language teaching more effective. Online resources like e books, journals and videos are easily accessible. Students can submit assignments and projects online and get it reviewed by teachers. Original recitations of poetry make students more imaginative. Power point presentations also help in teaching and learning of English language and literature. Websites can help in sharing ideas. On line libraries can also provide learning material in abundance. Wikipedia, Google, answer.com avail a great treasure of information and knowledge. Critical articles are also available on websites. ICT helps in learning vocabulary too. Online and Offline dictionaries help in this concern. I have talked about use of ICT even in teaching of grammar. Language laboratories can help in this matter. Thus, I have focussed on how ICT can help in effective English teaching.||Dr. Sunita B. Nimavat|
|12||Destruction of Indigenous Industries during British Rule: A Historical PerspectiveAbstract – India was not an industries country in the true and modern sense of term. But by the standards of the 17th and 16th centuries, India was industrial workshop of the world. British interests were of several kinds. At first the main purpose was to achieve a monopolistic trading position. Later it was felt that a regime of free trade would make India a major market for British goods and a source of raw materials, but British capitalists who invested in India, or who sold banking or shipping service there, continued effectively to enjoy monopolistic privileges. This paper attempt to provide information regarding Destruction of Indigenous Industries of India during British rule in historical perspective.||Dr. Sunita M. Piyaja|
|13||Role of ICT in English Language Learning: An overviewAbstract – Current educational trends internationally call for language learners to be competent in ICT use. With the help of constantly growing ICT- based educational resources, language learners are able to learn individually and in personalized way also. The use of several media-audio, video, authentic contexts and real world experiences help language learners with different learning styles to assimilate the content according to their needs. The internet provides an easy and fast access to the use of current and authentic materials in the language being studied, which is motivating for the language learner. Such authentic materials include language labs, online newspapers, webcasts, podcasts, newsroom video clips, and video sharing websites such as YouTube etc. Chat rooms provide virtual environments in which language learner can practice not only the written use of language, but also practice speaking and pronunciation, without the fear of making mistakes. This paper will focus on various possibilities to enhance language learning with the help of Information and Communication technology (ICT). It starts with a brief overview of the different ICT-based tools that trigger language learning and acquiring proficiency, with a focus on different softwares. Finally, it deals with the use of different tools and their impacts.||Dr. Dushyant Nimavat|
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