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|1||Role of Information Technology in Electrical Distribution System ManagementAbstract – The GIS industry will feel the impact of these activities since each new entrant in the energy business, in the form of a broker, aggregator or marketer, increases the need and utilization of GIS tools, data and products by viewing customers and infrastructure data in new ways. The restructuring is not just about deregulation and competition. It is about the creation of a new vision, new opportunities and new ways to think about a business that is over a century old.
Introducing Geographic information System (GIS) into a business will not cause change to occur if it is viewed merely as a replacement for manually drawn circuit maps. Nearly every wires business process involves some spatial element, whether that is a new retailer, customer, pole, wire, underground switch or communication device. Under industry restructuring, there will be an increasing need to leverage information to reduce costs and to provide better customer service. Regulated utilities, transmission providers and unregulated retailers will be looking at GIS to meet their changing business needs.
|Dr. Jalpesh Solanki|
|2||Role of Class Libraries in Primary ClassesAbstract – The paper deals with the role of classroom libraries in promoting reading habits in primary classes. It spells out the current state of libraries and the problems associated with them. It draws from emergent literacy approach and highlights the merits of class libraries that can be instrumental in developing reading behaviors, strategies, concepts of print etc. in early readers. It suggests some practical ideas that educators can implement with ease to support the concept in school systems. National Curriculum Framework 2005 highlights the importance of libraries that should serve as a place for holding discussions, storytelling and should have a child friendly ambience with a positive ethos, good lighting and seating arrangement. However what is visible in most schools is the apathy towards developing libraries. In most cases libraries serve as storehouse of books stacked in tall, dusty racks and the poor infrastructure makes this place not so user-friendly. Further, in some schools primary children have zero access to library books as they are not allowed to enter main library and in some cases we shall find no allocation of library period in the timetable. Libraries are either used by teachers or students of senior classes for reference work. It rarely becomes a place that is accessible to children and can be used for reading for pleasure. Thus developing reading habit as a goal of library remains unaccomplished in most cases. This happens generally due to the centralized main library which do not provide a ready access to the learners.
NCF’2005 guidelines suggest us that the use of library to one period a week seldom allows children to cultivate a taste for reading. Such a limited exposure takes away from children opportunities to handle books and talk about them. Silence is usually observed in main library that is quite contrary to the active nature of the child. Children converse with pictures and text in the books and engage in book talks with peers. This is the whole idea behind class libraries for young children that can also function as activity centers for them. Thus it is worthwhile to allocate space within the classroom where a reading corner or a class library can be started. Such a reading space solves the problem of access and availability of books to children. Further, it also acts as an energizer activity corner where children can be at leisure and read for pleasure. Such a ready access to books within classroom offers engagement to learners and boosts their literacy levels as class libraries then becomes a significant part of class routines. Research reveals that students are likely to spend more time reading when they are in classrooms with adequate classroom libraries (Allington & Cunningham, 1996; Krashen, 1998; Routman, 2003). For example: Morrow (2003) and Neuman (1999) note that students read 50-60 percent more in classrooms with libraries than in classrooms without them. Let’s examine some facets of class libraries.
|Dr. Dipti N. Soni|
|3||Performance Evaluation of IPO’s introduced in NSE during 2015-2016Abstract – This research paper has examined the trend and performance of IPO introduced in the National Stock Exchange during April 2015 to March 2016. Through the research conducted it was found that found that there were total of 21 companies who raised their funds through IPO in the respective year. The paper also focused on the aspect of identifying the underpricing and overpricing of these IPOs introduced in NSE for raising fund, the amount of fund raised and number of equity shares also included anchor portion of equity. The sum total of the fund raised by all the 21 IPO’s was 132750million. 8 out of 21 companies had LTP (last traded price) less than that of the issue price.||Nisha Goel|
|4||A Study of Hindi Verbal Ability of 11 to 13 year age StudentsAbstract – No child is waste but our education system labels some children to be bright and others as poor or duffers. This is because of a faulty education system.
Here, to address this problem, it is essential to understand the inherent aptitude and abilities of each child which includes mechanical, numerical, psychomotor, verbal ability. Investigators have taken up this study to assess the Hindi verbal abilities of 11-13 years old age students with the help of self constructed test. It was found that gender and area affect the level of their Hindi Verbal Ability. This is detailed out in the paper.
|Ms. Rinki Singh et al.|
|5||Investor Perception about Systematic Investment Plan (SIP) Plan: An Alternative Investment StrategyAbstract – Systematic investment plan (SIP) has emerged at alternative investment plan for large number of investors interested in high returns but less risk with investments in instalments. The purpose of the study is to find out the motivating factor to invest in systematic investment plan and the problem in this scheme. Sample of 100 respondents who are SIP holder belonging in Gandhinagar city in Gujarat has been taken for the purpose of the study. Data have been collected from primary sources using questionnaire method. Collected data were analysed using various statistical tools. Results of the study found that for higher return with low risk the investor motivates to invest in systematic investment plan on the other hand knowledge and operational platform is one of the main barrier that investor are facing of scheme.||Anich Uddin|
|6||Important of Web Resources for Library and Information Science ProfessionalsAbstract – The impact of Information and Communication technology revolution over the last decade is tremendous and developments in internet technology have surpassed the individual’s imagination. The internet introduces both challenges and opportunities for libraries as well as information providers like Database vendors and others involved in information handling. The developments in electronic publishing have also made a great impact on users’ information seeking behaviors. The development of web has provided us with a distribution channel that makes it cheaper and easy to share information with others. Many individual researchers, research organizations, universities, government agencies, professional associations and commercial organizations have discovered that internet and web resources are simply a cheaper and more effective way of disseminating their information than print on paper.||R. S. Chaudhari|
|7||Technical Education and its Contribution for NationAbstract – Technical education is instrumental in making remarkable contribution to nation development through creating skilled manpower, enhancing productivity, and improving quality of life. The main objective of technical education is to prepare individual for employment and business through skill and knowledge acquisition. In present scenario of science and technology, production of skilled and knowledgeable manpower according to the needs of society and industry is the need of hour. The rapid industrialisation of any country is due to acquisition of technical education. It gives systematic way of practical exposure to individual for producing goods and services which is necessary for development of any nation. This paper examined the benefits of technical educations, and its role in harnessing resources in nation’s development.||Sitanshkumar D. Golwala|
|8||Comparative Study of Ratio Analysis of selected Textile Companies of IndiaAbstract – The Indian textile industry is one of the largest in the world with a massive raw material and textiles manufacturing base. Our economy is largely dependent on the textile manufacturing and trade in addition to other major industries. About 27% of the foreign exchange earnings are on account of export of textiles and clothing alone. The textiles and clothing sector contributes about 14% to the industrial production and 3% to the gross domestic product of the country. Around 8% of the total excise revenue collection is contributed by the textile industry. So much so, the textile industry accounts for as large as 21% of the total employment generated in the economy. Around 35 million people are directly employed in the textile manufacturing activities.||Manojkumar V. Patel|
|9||Fintechs: New Rival to BanksAbstract – There has been 63% increase in venture capital investment in 2014 but funding for FinTech companies rises to 201% globally in same period (Accenture, 2015). FinTech refers to those enterprises which use information technology to deliver financial services to its customers. It is the aggregate of information technology and financial services. Inefficiencies in the existing financial system demanded a better and technologically advanced financial system which could cater to the needs of underserved customers of traditional banks. The rapid introduction and reach of new technology, particularly internet and mobile communications paved a way to the new innovative startups to fill this gap between traditional banks and their customers. These firms use information technology to provide their services. These fintechs focus on serving the unbanked and under banked. Since technology lower business costs, financial services can be given to the customers in more economic and effective way.||Abhay Kumar Gupta|
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