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|1||Trends and Pattern of FDI in India and Information Technologies (It’s) Economic GrowthAbstract – FDI has been recognized as an important driver for growth and development. One of the most striking developments during the last two decade is the spectacular growth in the global economic landscape. In the 1960s, FDI was seen in most countries as a partner in the development endeavors. However, the mood turned sharply in the opposite direction from the close of decade when transnational corporations (TNCs), the chief vehicle for FDI , were viewed as agents that were undermining the sovereignty of the nation states. The unprecedented growth of global FDI in 1990 around the world make FDI an important and vital component of development strategy in both developed and developing nations and policies are designed in order to stimulate inward flows. This piece of writing investigates the importance of FDI in Indian IT sectors context. Thus, the present study is an endeavor to discuss the trends and patterns of FDI, its determinants and its impact of FDI on Indian economy.||Praveen Kumar|
|2||Effect of Gender on Learning by Traditional Teaching Method and Computerized Programmed Learning MaterialAbstract – Gender is the most effective factor in education. So, present study has been done to know the effect of Gender on learning by Traditional teaching method and Computerized Programmed learning material. For this Computerized Programmed learning material was prepared and applied on total 138 students in different sex in Guajarati Medium schools in Ahmedabad. The Gender is distributed in two parts i.e. Boy and Girl. On the basis of the post data score mean and F was calculated for data analysis.||Dr. Sejal Trivedi|
|3||Factors Affecting Consumers Buying OnlineAbstract – Online shopping is becoming popular but is not as popular as physical shopping as selling in cyberspace is very different from selling in physical markets, and it requires a critical understanding of consumer behavior and how new technologies challenge the traditional assumptions underlying conventional theories and models. This paper provides an overview of what literature has underlined about the factors that affect consumers when they buy online and how marketers can use them to make online shopping and marketing a success.||Meghna Singh|
|4||Strength and Weakness of Internet Marketing & It’s Impact on Consumer BehaviourAbstract – Internet marketing is increasing rapidly day by day. Everyone whether Men or Women, Higher age groups or Youngster is shopping online. At present many online shopping websites are available e.g. Flipkart, Snapdeal, Amazon and Alibaba etc. and their sales are growing at faster rate because of high discount they provide or providing goods at lower rate to customers. Whether internet marketing has impact on consumer behavior or not we are going to study. In this article meaning of internet marketing and its various sources is discussed, we also described the four P’s of marketing. Meaning of Traditional marketing and Internet Marketing and the differences between them and their impact on consumer behavior is also discussed. Various tools of internet marketing and their strength and weakness is also described and how can we overcome from this means solution or suggestion part is also discussed.||Anil Kumar et al.|
|5||Islamic Banking in India – A Road Less TravelledAbstract – In this era where trends flourish around increasing aspirations to identify with social conscious initiatives, it comes as no surprise that Islamic Banking is booming. The concept of interest is fundamental to the business of banking. With this background it is very interesting that sharia banking is working without profits and is still flourishing. They are not only profitable but are also growing at an astonishing rate in sense of capital, assets and consumers. There is also a growing awareness about the concept among Indian banks and it is generally felt that there is a huge potential market in India for Islamic banking products. Several banks in the country have shown an inclination to undertake this form of interest-free banking. However, unless proper regulations are in place to oversee this form of banking, it will not be possible for scheduled commercial banks to follow the Islamic rules of banking even in a small way.||Praveen Kumar|
|6||Student-Teachers’ Attitude towards Teaching ProfessionAbstract – Unfortunately in India, to-day, the socio-economic status and the professional status of teachers is low. Specially, at the primary level it falls much below the standards despite many efforts undertaken to improve it. Due to Fix pay salary, status of Vidya-Sahayak, young generation is not attracted towards teaching profession. They do not get minimum vages also. Its affect the quality of teaching. Latest figures of Gunotsav point out the education scenario of Gujarat. The quality of education as an academic study must be raised which can be one of the influential factor for school teaching to emerge as a profession on par with other established professions like Law, Medicine, Engineering etc. Unless, teaching attains the status of high profession and teachers as professionals, it is painful to harbor high expectations that we as people have from our teachers and to have right attitudes towards their profession. In the academic year of 2015-16, 35% seats were not filled with the students. It shows that teaching profession can-not attract the future teacher towards this noble profession. That’s why here it is necessary to know what the attitudes of teachers towards teaching profession are?||Ms. Aparna Pancholi|
|7||Reasoning Ability of Prospective TeachersAbstract – An important role of teachers is to interpret and translate complex concepts to the level appropriate to the learning experiences of the target students. It is essential that they must first develop a personal understanding of the subject matters that they are expected to impart to their students. When teachers do not fully understand the content of subject well they will not be able teach it well.||Dr. Neeta Tripathi|
|8||A Study of Teachers’ Accountability in Relation to Teachers Professionalism of Primary Schools of KadiAbstract – Accountability is a concept of ethics and governance with several meanings. It is often used synonymously with such concepts as responsibility, answerability, Blameworthiness, Liability. As result the concept of “Accountability of teacher’s has completely disappeared into cold bag not leaving behind even a faint clue. For the last three decades, all the committees and commissions appointed to suggest reforms in higher education had recommended the regular teacher’s performance evaluation and ensuring their accountability||Parul Attarwala|
|9||Study of Spiritual Intelligence of Primary Teachers of KadiAbstract – here is a lot of possiility of ental social eotional physical developent in today’s ducation But it is also important that how it comes out from inner world of students. In the past several years, selection of the teacher in secondary school have continued to emphasize the achievement of outcomes which is dominated by cognitive learning, that is, the attainment of knowledge and particular skills. In addition, the neglect of the spiritual dimension in life, both in society and in education has resulted in a lack of appropriate language to speak of spiritual things. Rabindranath Tagore said that A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continuous to burn its own flame. A teacher should deal with his students with a deep sense of moral obligation and treat them with affection. For students a good teacher is nearer to God. The future of the country is not built by bricks but by brains, not by cement but by considering moral and spiritual dimensions of life.||Mital Patel|
|10||Effect of Gender on Learning by Traditional Method and Computerized Programmed Learning MaterialAbstract – Present study has been done to know the effect of Gender on Teaching by Conventional teaching method and Computerized Programmed Learning Material. For this Computerized Programmed Learning Material was prepared and applied on 220 students out of which 110 boys and 110 girls in 2 different Gujarati Medium schools of Ahmedabad. On the basis of the post data score mean and ‘F’ was calculated for data analysis.||Dr. Alkben C. Panchal|
|11||Views of Teacher Educators about Education of Spirituality among B.Ed. Trainees in Kadi TalukaAbstract – In this age of science and technology, society how become bit complex. Life in the coming decade is likely to bring new tensions together with unprecedented opportunities. To enable the people to benefit in the new environment will require new designs of human resource development. Thus, the coming generation should have the ability to internalize new ideas constantly and creatively to have to be imbued with a strong commitment to human values and to social justice. All this can be possible only through good quality education. To achieve the above goal and to meet situation in a gigantic way the teacher has to play vital role in the educational institutions and come into the limelight. A teacher has important place in education and the teacher is to lay foundation of good social life. It’s very essential for the teacher to sustain and improve his/her teaching experiences and to develop new era of various teaching strategy for better out comes from him/her. This study seen the significance effect of experiences and teaching methods on the trainee teachers.||Vaidehi Suthar|
|12||Judicial Activism and Public Interest LitigationAbstract – Judicial activism expanded mainly because of Public Interest Litigation (PIL). Until the emergence of PIL, justice was a remote reality for the socially and economically backward sections of society. The traditional rule of ‘locus standi” (the right to file a petition in a court) was that judicial remedy could be sought only by those who had suffered some legal wrong. The Supreme Court relaxed the strict rule of locus standi, because the poor masses have neither the means nor the will to approach the court of law. According to the changed rule, any public-spirited individual or institution can move the court on behalf of the poor, the exploited and the oppressed. The Court has only to satisfy itself that the person or the institution is acting in good faith, and not out of vengeance or personal gain. The PIL led to the so-called ‘epistolary jurisdiction’ also i.e. the court could recognize even a postcard or a letter written to it as a writ petition.||Priyanka Goel|
|13||Millennium Development Goals and its Impact on Indian EconomyAbstract – Economic developments has always remained the aim or target of every economy of world and have also made efforts accordingly. Obviously, world has put forward efforts in the direction of economic development. But in the present time, economic development seems insufficient yardstick to measure real development of the country. Strategies and policies need to be revised or rethink to guide economy even in the field of social development as well as inclusive growth. World at present is facing many problems and passing through difficulties of different forms and need to find solutions for the same. Inclusive growth is the only way to distribute fruits of economic development to huge mass of world. Research article tries to study the step taken by United Nations meet towards inclusive growth through Millennium Development Goals.||Amita P. Acharya|
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