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|1||Proficiency of English among Polytechnic and Engineering StudentsAbstract – English has come to be accepted as a Language of worldwide importance. English is taught as a compulsory subject in Polytechnic and Engineering colleges as the sound knowledge of English Language helps the students to find jobs. It has been observed that majority of students even after completing their studies at college; fail to develop required proficiency of written and spoken English. This study has made an attempt to find out the proficiency level of Polytechnic and Engineering students from the district of Nagpur. For the purpose, self designed questionnaire has been used to find the level of proficiency in 15 different areas of English. This study is expected to speed up to introduce various reforms in the teaching of English for Engineers so that they can attain the required competency level. Various industries not only look for technical trained graduates but they look for the people who are well versed with soft skills as well. Orientation in communication skills lays a strong foundation for the development of soft skills. Proficiency in English Language plays a key role in the overall development of professional.||Prpf. Mrs. Kalpna N. Deshmukh|
|2||A Study of Availability, Usability and Requirements of Upper Deimers School Library in Self Financed and Govt. SchoolsAbstract – School library is a biggest option and sources of Knowledge and various reference information for all the readers from every fields. It is a power house of all types of learning work as well as the knowledge acquires process. In the modern time all needs the digital services in all types of fields and institutions because it is a very big, fast and easy to operate sources of information. Therefore the researcher wants to know that by the study of availability, usability and requirements of upper Deimers School library in self financed and Govt. Schools.||Harpalsinh K. Kumpavat|
|3||Implementing Group Work in the ClassroomAbstract – Group work can be an effective method to motivate students, encourage active learning, and develop key critical-thinking, communication, and decision-making skills. But without careful planning and facilitation, group work can frustrate students and instructors and feel like a waste of time. Use these suggestions to help implement group work successfully in your classroom. Here is the lesson for all the teachers who are engaged with the teaching learning process or teacher educators.||Dr. Jaya P. Mulrajani|
|4||Role of the University Libraries in National DevelopmentAbstract – The role of the University library can be defined within the framework of the university’s mission and the library development programme can be undertaken accordingly; whether designed for the purpose of initial library development in a new university or for the improvement of services in an existing one, the library programme should reflect the means by which the library will advance the objective of the university.||Sejal R. Patel|
|5||Information Seeking Behavior of Faculty Members of the Agriculture Universities in GujaratAbstract – The present study investigates the information seeking behavior of the post graduate faculty members of the four Agricultural Universities named Anand Agriculture University (Anand), Junagadh Agrigulture Univeristy, (Junagadh), Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agriculture University (Dantiwada), Navsari Agriculture University (Navsari) in Gujarat. Data was collected through structured questionnaires. The study investigates the information seeking behavior of the faculty members and attempts to identify the resources used regularly to meet their informational needs, purpose of information seeking, use of information technology for seeking the information, problems faced by faculty members while seeking information.
The research concludes that the internet is the best source for updating the knowledge and for information seeking. The study found that their purpose of information seeking was to keep up with latest development in the field and evolving innovative ideas/ techniques. Textbooks are the important resources for teaching and research papers & e-journals are important resources for research. It was also founded from study that information scattered at too many sources and too many classes or administrative work was a problem frequently faced by the respondents. According to the study majority of the respondents were affected by changing patterns of new syllabus.
|6||Emotional Intelligence, Adjustment and Anxiety among Standard ten Students: a Co- relational StudyAbstract – The aim of this present study was to investigate the relationship of emotional intelligence, adjustment and anxiety. For this total number of 60 (sixty) students of standard X were selected. Purposive sampling method was applied to select the samples. Mangal Emotional Inventory, Bell Adjustment Inventory Hindi adaption by Mohsin and Samshad and Sinha anxiety scale was used for the data collection. Pearson Product Moment correlation was applied to investigate the relationship. The result revealed that emotional intelligence and adjustment were significantly and positively correlated. Emotional intelligence was negatively and significantly correlated with anxiety. Furthermore the result also revealed that adjustment and anxiety were negatively and significantly correlated with each other.||Dr. Udham Singh et al.|
|7||A Study on the Protection of Water and Preservation of Land by the Farmers in Dang DistrictAbstract – The motive behind studying this subject is to know about the different techniques used by the farmers to protect the water and to preserve the land. It is studied to know about which kind of changes are seen in the quality of the grain due to the preservation of the land, and to know whether the changes are seen in the ploughing area, production and in the income due to the land preservation process. The research randomly selected 10 villages and 120 families for the study. Information is collected by stationary keeping an aim of the subject. It is observed from the study that if the farmers keep this technique alive and aware all the farmers of different villages giving its information then surely the financial and social structure of Dang will be changed. And the question of employment and migration will be solved in the district.||Dr. Naresh C. Patel|
|8||A Study of Professional Work Commitment of Teacher Trainee of B.Ed. CollegeAbstract – The teachers in India constitute one of the third largest service sectors. Teacher education is no longer a training progression but an education line of attack for enabling teachers to teach and apprehension for their welfare. NCTE (1988) has pointed out that teacher education programme shall focal point on competencies and commitment in much greater importance. It calls for bringing out a revolution in teacher preparation strategies. This large work force needs to appropriate training and orientation. Presently, India is having a large number of institutions for teacher education. More than 2,500 elementary teacher education institutions, colleges of teacher education and departments of education are engaged with number of students in teacher training. According to NCERT and university course there are varieties types of learning experience give to the teacher trainee at college level in peer group by teacher educator during the teacher education preparation.||Dr. Nilesh B. Gajjar|
|9||The Dynamics of Relationship between Exports, Import and Economic Growth in IndiaAbstract – This study examines the relationship between gross domestic product (GDP), Export and Import in India using time series data from 1976 to 2014. This study uses the ADF unit root test, Johansen cointegration and Vector Error Correction techniques to investigate the long run causality between gross domestic products (GDP), Export and Import in India. From the above study, it can be concluded that the Augmendented Dickey Fuller unit root tests show that GDP, Export and Import series become stationary when first difference is considered. The empirical result reveals a long run co-integrating relationship between gross domestic products (GDP), Export and Import in India. We found evidence of unidirectional causality running from GDP to Export, it means in long term GDP lead to Export but Export does not lead to GDP. The result revelled that there is no causality between GDP and Import; it means GDP does not lead to Import and Import does not lead to GDP. We also found evidence of unidirectional causality running from Export to Import, it means in long term Export lead to Import but Import does not lead to Export.||Dr. Sachin N. Mehta|
|10||Characteristics and Principles of Communicative Language TeachingAbstract – The present paper throwing light on the Communicative Language teaching as an approach to teach English as a foreign language. It will give the historical background of CLT. The present paper also discusses the major characteristics and principles of CLT.||Ankita A. Desai|
|11||Money Laundering in India: Concepts, Effects and LegislationAbstract – Money laundering has become a buzzword internationally. It is an area of concern for developing as well as developed countries. Money laundering is concerned with conversion of money earned from illegal sources into legitimate source. IMF as well as world bank estimates that around 2- 4% of the world GDP stems from illicit sources. Agarwal and Agarwal (2006, 2004) estimate from forecasts, from regression analyses and taken from economic intelligence units, that global money laundering amounts to more than 2.0 to 2.5 trillion US$ annually or about 5-6% of World GDP in 2006 (44,444 trillion US$ in 2006) to be contrasted against an observed figure of US$ 500 billion to one trillion in 2004 (Agarwal and Agarwal (2004)) within the banking sector only. These figures can tell us about the volume of illicit activities and the importance to curb money laundering for the overall growth of a nation. The present study is intended to cover the concept of money laundering, process, techniques and anti-money laundering act in India.||Praveen Kumar|
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