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|1||Indian Climate & Landscape in R. P. Jhabvala’s Major NovelsAbstract – The present article ‘INDIAN CLIMATE &LANDSCAPE IN R.P.JHABVALA’S MAJOR NOVELS’ is study the study of India as a land of heat and dust. It brings out how negative image of India is presented in Ruth Prawer Jhabvala’s (a well- known Anglo Indian novelist of Post-independence India) in Heat and Dust and A Backward Place. Heat and dust represent the most characteristic. Physical features of India. The climate of the country is shown as unbearably hot. The weather and the landscape disturb the mental peace of an individual. Dust storms generally blow all day and all night. The novelist recreates the new dominion called India as a land of heat and dust.||Nareshkumar J. Parmar|
|2||Performance of RRBs Before and after AmalgamationAbstract – The large scale persistence of rural poverty even after the first two decades of planning made the planners realize that achieving faster economic development alone may not bring about any significant reduction in rural poverty. The realization was based on the view that percolation of the benefits of growth to the rural poor has been hindered to a great extent by the existing inequitable distribution of productive resources like land and capital. Several policy initiatives were taken to ensure an easy flow of credit to the rural poor. The creation of regional rural banks (RRBS) in 1975 to cater exclusively to the credit needs of rural poor like small and marginal farmers, rural artisans and agricultural laborers was one such initiative. The Institution of RRBS was created to meet the excess demand for institutional credit in the rural areas, particularly among the economically and socially marginalized section although the co-operative banks and the commercial banks had reasonable records in terms geographical coverage and disbursement of credit. In terms of population group, the co-operative banks were dominated by the rural rich, while the commercial bank had a clear urban bias. In order to provide access to low cost banking facilities to the poor rural banking in India was started. Rural banks in those days mainly focused upon the agro sector. RRBs in India penetrated every corner of the country and extended a helping hand in the growth process of the country. It was envisaged to combine desirable qualities of co-operative banks and commercial banks in RRBs at the same time. It was emphasized that the role of RRBs would be to supplement and not supplant other institutional agencies already existing in the field. The Internal working group of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) suggested that merger and amalgamation of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) may help in improving their health and viability, even as it sought to bring in new banks both public and private as sponsors of the merged RRBs.||Dr. Minaxi M. Jarivala et al.|
|3||Environmental Issues of Mehsana District: A Case Study for Creating Environmental AwarenessAbstract – In the present research work an investigation has been carried out to find out the factors that are responsible for different types of pollution prevalent in Mehsana city. It was also attempted to find out the impact of environmental pollution on the health of the people of Mehsana city. The level of environmental awareness of students, teachers and people of Mehsana city was also found out. The effect of background variables like gender and types of school were also investigated on the level of environmental awareness of students and teachers of secondary schools and people of Mehsana city. Different types of pollution i.e. water pollution, soil pollution, air pollution and noise pollution were found caused by the industries like Oil and Natural Gas Cooperation, Dairy, automobile industries and soil drilling for tube wells and for finding out oil and natural gas from the earth which were found to affect the ecology of Mehsana city. All the types of pollution found to affect the health of people of Mehsana city. The people of Mehsana city were found to be impacted by different types of diseases like bone related diseases, teeth related diseases, skin related diseases and hair related diseases. Male students were found to have higher environmental awareness as compared to the female students. Students and teachers of grant-in-aid schools were found have higher environmental awareness than students and teachers of private schools.||Pri. Prafullaben N. Patel|
|4||A Study of Consumer Awareness Behaviour among Consumers of North GujaratAbstract – The study focuses mainly on the rural consumer behaviour towards selected Market products with the prevailing trend, it is necessary to focus on the essence and emergence of vibrant rural marketing efforts from the Market products companies. Thus with more number of companies entering into the rural market, with a variety of products, it is a must for the companies to study the rural consumer behaviour, on Market products. This study will highlight the rural consumer behaviour before purchase, at the time of purchase and post- purchase.||Nikita B. Patel|
|5||Determinants of Entry Modes: A Review of LiteratureAbstract – International entry mode selection is a crucial decision. This paper has the major purpose of reviewing the literature on factors affecting the choice of entry mode in international business and then looking at the impact of such factors in different kinds of sectors like construction, services, hotel, and manufacturing. By reviewing various studies on firm, country and hybrid factors affecting equity and non equity modes, conclusions have been drawn. Effects of type of firm and nature of product have also been summarized. However, relatively less literature was found which focuses on determinants of non equity modes of entry.||MS. Shilpa Garg|
|6||Library Automation: An overviewAbstract – The library application software, integrating all the activities and routines of the library is essential software for the libraries. There are many integrated library management packages available in the market suiting to the needs as well as budgets. In this article I have discuss an overview of library automation, its concept, objectives of library automation, need of automation and some software packages.||Sneha N. Patel|
|7||A Study of Electoral Jurisprudence of Indian DemocracyAbstract – Mushrooming growth of Political Parties, especially growth of local and regional parties, arousing parochial and provincial feelings are rendering governments unstable and even creating problems in the formation of the governments. A number of governments in Centre as well as in States have fallen due to the multiplicity of political parties with different ideologies. Goa, Jharkhand, Bihar and Delhi are current examples in these regard. These occurrences have not only weakened the functioning of the parliamentary system but have also exposed the ugly faces of this system
We should seriously think over the change of parliamentary democracy into the presidential form of democracy though on experimental basis. A national consensus will have to be aroused first for pondering over all the pros and cons of the presidential form of democracy to do away with the indelible evils of parliamentary democracy with Prime ministerial despotism and governors as their agents as well as the fractured mandates of the people.
|Dr. Rajesh S. Vyas|
|8||A Study of Personality Traits of Female Primary Teacher School of Dahod District with Reference to Certain VariableAbstract – Human personality is a creative value of synthesis of acceptable life values. The most important human Endeavour is the striving for morality in our action. A society with domestic idea attempts consciously to improve its programme and agencies for serving the common welfare of all of the citizens of nation. It attempts to ensure those improvements chiefly by establishing educational institutions which socially acceptable interest and needs that youth feels may be citizen’s responsibility. The educational system plays a very important role developing various kinds of personality traits, values and national feelings. Bandura (1977) argued that individuals create and develop self-perceptions of capability that become instrumental to the goals they pursue and to the control they exercise over their environments. Beliefs of the personal competence help to determine the outcomes one expects.||Kusum C. Chandana|
|9||Virtual Currency: A Theoretical ReviewAbstract – Surprisingly, no single sector has remained untouched from the influence of technological advancement. In fact, the global economy has completely been invaded by the information communication & technology. This paper widely talks about the emergence of virtual currency and its status in global financial system. Virtual currency is the digital representation of non fiat currency such as Bit coins. Presently, virtual currency is at its infancy stage. But, its development has created a great buzz among the regulators as dealing in virtual currency involves major risk on the part of customers and most importantly, it lacks any legal tender status. In addition, it’s been reported that virtual currencies are being used for money laundering, financing terrorist activities and other illegal purposes. Though, there is a paucity of information, the author has made an attempt to offer an insight on virtual currency along with some recommendations.||Sushilkumar M. Parmar|
|10||Interdisciplinary Research in Commerce and ManagementAbstract – Interdisciplinary research requires going beyond disciplinary boundaries when solutions of research problems are beyond the scope of a single discipline. It is based upon a conceptual model that joins insights and information produced from different disciplinary backgrounds. The input required in Interdisciplinary research can be in the form of information, data, techniques, tools, perspectives, concepts, or specialized knowledge from more than one discipline. Lonely researcher using techniques from more than one discipline.||Prof. S. N. Jaiswal|
|11||An Overview Direct Tax Code in IndiaAbstract – Taxes are sometimes referred to as direct taxes or indirect taxes. The meaning of these terms can vary in different contexts, which can sometimes lead to confusion. An economic definition, by Atkinson, states that “… direct taxes may be adjusted to the individual characteristics of the taxpayer, whereas indirect taxes are levied on transactions irrespective of the circumstances of buyer or seller.” (A.B. Atkinson, Optimal Taxation and the Direct Versus Indirect Tax Controversy, 10 Can. J. Econ. 590, 592 (1977)). According to this definition, for example, income tax is “direct”, and sales tax is “indirect”. In law, the terms may have different meanings. In U.S. constitutional law, for instance, direct taxes refer to poll taxes and property taxes, which are based on simple existence or ownership. Indirect taxes are imposed on events, rights, privileges, and activities. Thus, a tax on the sale of property would be considered an indirect tax, whereas the tax on simply owning the property itself would be a direct tax.||Dr. Rakesh K. Shah|
|12||Impact of Globalization on Women Workforce Participation in IndiaAbstract – The economic development of India largely depends on productivity of the entire population. Women in India, constitute almost half of the total population are being neglected and their activities were restricted to family and household. Social constraints and attitude inhibit the women’s participation in productive activities and employment. The waves of globalization are sweeping across the world and also in India. Major structural changes in industries and other professions are taking place. All these developments caused an increase in the women workforce participation all over the world and also in India. Against this background, this paper makes an effort to understand the developments in the women workforce participation in India.||Dashrathbhai K. Patel|
|13||Introduction of Special Economic Zones in IndiaAbstract – Economic Zones in the country with a view to provide an internationally A policy was introduced on 1.4.2000 for setting up of Special competitive and hassle free environment for exports. Units may be set up in SEZs for manufacture of goods and rendering of services. It is expected that this will trigger a large flow of foreign and domestic investment in SEZs, in infrastructure and productive capacity, leading to generation of additional economic activity and creation of employment opportunities.||Dr. Navin R. Prajapati|
|14||Short Run Performance of Initial Public Offerings of Companies Listed at NSEAbstract – The study focuses on analysing the investor experience of investing in the IPOs in the short run. It further studies the influence of offer size, offer price, premium on issue, listing price and the age of the company on the short run performance of IPO. The average Market Adjusted Abnormal Return (MAAR) for all the companies together was found to be 28%. The offer size, premium on issue and the age of the company had no influence on the short run returns reflected by Market Adjusted Abnormal Returns (MAAR). The listing price had a positive influence on MAAR that means a higher listing price led to an increase in the abnormal returns in the short run. The offer price had a negative influence on MAAR, which implies that a higher offer price led to a decrease in the abnormal returns in the short run.||Dr. Seema Mohindra|
|15||Library and Information Services in Agricultural University Libraries of Gujarat: A StudyAbstract – The purpose of the present study is analyzing of the Agricultural University library and information services and its facilities of Gujarat state. The study factor is affecting the use of library; Purposes, Services, Infrastructures facilities, problems of using library etc. were studied. The research methodology tool, method of questionnaire was adopted to collect the data followed by library users. Responses were also collected on the problems faced use of library infrastructure facility and services. The present study includes assessment of the present status of agricultural libraries and its information services of Gujarat state.||Mr. Harshadkumar J. Patel|
|16||Performance Small Scale Industries in IndiaAbstract – Small Scale Industries (SSIs) plays a vital role in the economic development and is considered as the most predominant component of the development strategies in the developing countries. In these countries development economists recognized SSIs as an engine of economic growth. Because diversification in economy is possible only through rural industrialization and rural industrialization is possible by promoting SSIs in the country. In India, SSIs contributing in economy through many ways i.e. employment generation, export earning, use of surplus labour from agricultural sector etc. in these context Indian economists advocate the promotional measures for SSIs since independence. Since the announcement of the Industrial Policy Resolution of 1948, SSIs has given prominent place in the strategy for the industrial development.||Jignesh K. Barot|
|17||Self Perception among the People with AlcoholismAbstract – The present study endeavors to cast a glance at the Perception of Self in the Alcoholics. Sample of 100 male alcoholic patients were selected through purposive sampling technique which ranged in age from 35-45 years with the mean age of 40 years from Disha de – addiction and Navjyoti Kiran de – addiction center in Lucknow city. It was an ex-post facto research. In order to gain insight into the perceived self of the male alcoholic patients “Who Am I?” technique by Arkoff (1985) was used. In this present study, this technique gives the better understanding of perceived self among male alcoholic patients and also serves as the base for identifying how they view themselves. Content analysis of the data brought to fore the fact that the self was perceived negatively by male alcoholics as compared to significant others.||Neha Singh|
|18||Effect of Study Habit on Academic AchievementAbstract – Habits occupy a prominent place from educational view point because the development of an individual’s life depends much on the habits. The construction of a person’s character, conduct and behaviour is based on habits. Education proves the significance of habits in learning. Habits are important from educational point of view as, the process of learning becomes easier and natural with the base of habits. They develop the powers of high quality thinking, contemplation logic and imagination. Study can be interpreted as a planned programme of subject matter mastery. It is essential to learning and fundamental to school life. It implies investigation for the mastery of facts, ideas, or procedures that as yet are unknown or only partially known to the individual. Any application of energy directed toward the learning of new material, the solution of a problem, the discovery of new relationships, or similar purposeful activity can be considered to be study. Study requires a purpose, and what one learns as a result of study depends largely upon the degree to which one succeeds in achieving that aim or purpose. Although for a number of years college students have constituted a selected group, failure is still one of the great tragedies in lives of college freshmen. Many pupils are able to develop efficient study habits without receiving any special formal training. However, these satisfactory habits may result from the use of several methods of study before satisfactory study procedures are discovered. Some pupils fail to achieve economical and successful study techniques unless they receive help in the form of guiding principles which they can apply to their study activities. In order to develop good study habits one may: Have a definite purpose for study; Have a definite place for study; Seek physical conditions that are favorable to concentrated mental activity; Plan and follow a definite time schedule for study; Intersperse study with rest periods.||Dr. Chandana Day|
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