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|1||Accounting for the “Green”: A synoptic view!Abstract – Over the centuries nature got neglected from the corporate panorama. The civilized world took its strides on the wings of natural powers bestowed on it. The mounting pressure to redefine the lifestyles across the globe grossly smudged the interests towards environmental care. Of-late, the care for the nature and its concern revved-up the spirits amongst the global leaders to reshape the lost laurels of the environment. Environmental costs and commitments got significantly growing and the corporations are attuned to be more responsible and accountable as good environmental citizens. A number of environmental legislations have been enacted to address the emergence of a worldwide green movement. Hazardous waste and other such items were considered a cost of a growing economy. This dynamic approach on the part of society and governments has paved way to ‘innovate for a better tomorrow’ and reduce or recycle the waste products that potentially damage the environment.||Rajesh Kumar Nigah|
|2||Inflation and Stock Market Returns in US: An Empirical StudyAbstract – This paper is effort to examine the impact of inflation on stock market returns for the period of May 2007 to November 2014 in USA. Monthly closing value of Nasdaq 100 index has been taken in this research paper to represent the monthly US stock market returns and monthly Consumer price index values to represent the inflation. In this paper, I have taken CPI monthly values as independent variable and stock index value as dependent variable and used one lag percentage differentials value by converting both the time series to analyze the nature of stationary. These tests examine both longrun and short-run dynamic relationships between the stock market returns and the rate of inflation. This paper found that there is positive but not much significant relationship between inflation and stock market returns in US.||Chetan Yadav|
|3||Impact of Financial Crisis on Emerging EconomiesAbstract – This paper talks about financial crisis of 2008 which had hit all the nations of the world. This crisis had most affected the developed nations of United States and United Kingdom. But it has been observed that impact of this crisis was not identical for emerging nations like India. This study does an empirical investigation into the case of Indian economy to measure the impact or insulation story of this economy.||Princy Jain|
|4||A Study of Effectiveness of Listening Skill Development Programme through MultimediaAbstract – Language is one of the wonderful gifts given by God to humanity. It is with the help of language that man is able to communicate and solve a number of his problems and has been able to make a lot of achievements in life. We feel as if we have built a world of words and we live in it. If there has been no language, it would have been difficult for man to communicate his views to fellow human beings. There would have come no educational activity in existence, there would have been no law making, no preaching, no lecturing and nothing like talking, singing, writing and exchanging views and there would have been no book. Any branch of knowledge cannot be pursued without properly using and understanding language. That is why it is very essential for every man to learn and use a language. Among all the creatures, it’s only the humans who have developed a system of communication of his or her own.||Mr. Rajesh J. Prajapati|
|5||Performance Management of Teacher Commerce CollegeAbstract – Commerce Institutions are directly related with training of teachers in all spheres of education. Commerce Institutions try to develop various types of desirable skills for modifications of behaviors. The teacher is a one of the most effective change agent of the society who is accountable for responsible society and nation. Teaching is the only profession in which the teacher not only educates but also trains the teachers. In all Education Institutions students come from different regional locations and community with their particular beliefs about the task. Teacher also differs from their castes, qualifications, gender, habitat and stream. Hence, the teachers differ in their ability to work and manage the teaching-learning processes.
Today’s teacher must be competent with modern teaching-learning processes, skills, using technologies and performing tasks related to teaching tasks. In this context, the teacher should be competent with respect to their own work and managing factors related to their own performance. So, it is necessary to know about the level of Performance Management of teacher according to their perceptions of their ability for particular tasks. So, in the present research work an attempt has been made to find out the level of Performance Management of teacher commerce.
|Sanjaykumar N. Luhana|
|6||Influence of Media on Children of 21st CenturyAbstract – Development is continues process in society. In society all the people of most of the class are influenced by media. Media and life are alternatives for each others. All have filled the changes which have been placed in media since last decade. Media is developed powerfully with full of glamour. Children are also not untouched of media. It is reached up to all the children. Today the most of viewers of Television are children, who learn something new by watching the TV, computer and mobile. They are getting inspiration from these media and make the dream for future.
I want to ask a question to all the readers that how many readers are there whose children do not have mobile, computer tablets are not with them. Children are smarter in operating the functions than parents. Media has two sides one is positive and other is negative. Media may influence negatively on children because vulgar and obscene programme has been reached up to the children which adversely affects the tender minds of children.
The major demand of today is how to save the children from this negative effect of media and how children may warn against this type of anti effects. In all over world most of the countries are worried about the negative effect of media on children and how to save them from such type of nuisance. It is true that there is no future of country without the future of children.
|Dr. Jaya Barevadia|
|7||Women- A Human Still Without Rights?Abstract – Women are cradle of civilisation. They occupy an important and vital place in the society. They are part and parcel of every family. Women should be protected and honoured in the society. In short their role in shaping the family and moulding society cannot be minimised or underestimated.
The ancient scriptures like Vedas, Epics, Manu Smritis, Dharmashatras etc. refer to the position of women and restrictions on their rights and privileges in India. The Greek invasion (320 BC), the coming of Arabs and Turks (11th and 12th centuries) further reduced the position of women in society. The medieval period witnessed the heart burning social evils like sati, child marriage, female infanticide, dowry system, prohibition of widow remarriage etc and all these executed the pitiable position of women in society.
|Dr. Hardik Mehta|
|8||An Introduction to Library and information science (LIS)Abstract – Library and information science (LIS) (sometimes given as the plural library and information sciences) or as “library and information studies”) is a merging of the two fields library science and information science. The phrase “library and information science” is associated with schools of library and information science (abbreviated to “SLIS”), which generally developed from professional training programs (not academic disciplines) to university institutions during the second half of the 20th century. In the last part of 1960s schools of librarianship began to add the term “information science” to their names. The first school to do this was at the University of Pittsburgh in 1964. More schools followed during the 1970s and 1980s, and by the 1990s almost all library schools in the USA had added information science to their names. The trend was more for the adoption of information technology rather than the concept of a science. Library and information science (LIS). The study and practice of professional methods in the use and exploitation of information, whether from an institutional base or not, for the benefit of users. An umbrella term and used to cover terms such as library science, librarianship, information science, information work etc.||Dr. Sunitaben J. Chauhan|
|9||An Insight into Child Labour in the Light of Gurupadaswamy Committee ReportAbstract – Children are the future of the country and they need specials protection because of their age, physical and mental faculties. In a civilized society the importance of child cannot be over emphasized, because the welfare of the entire community, its growth and development, depends on the health and well-being of its children. Children are a supremely more important national asset and the future well-being of as nation depends upon how its children grow and develop. The child of today cannot develop to be a responsible and productive member of tomorrow’s society unless an environment which is conducive to his social and physical health is assured to him.||Dr. Apurva Pathak|
|10||Importance of Mother LanguageAbstract – Language is the most distinctive feature of humans. God has given special ability to human-being only. It’s a duty and responsibility to preserve it and pass it down from generation to generation. Because of globalization students have to learn other language. A student who accepts other language as medium of instruction have been suffers from anxiety, stress and depression. We have to understand the importance of mother language.||Dr. Dipti B. Kundal|
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