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|1||The theme of Expatriation and Isolation in Bharati Mukherjee’s WifeAbstract – Mukherjee has become a star for her distinctive approach to expatriate hood as a metaphysical expertise of exile. She has depicted girls as humans and people. She presents the image of expatriate women and trauma of being an immigrant. Bharati Mukherjee, an IndoAmerican author of the recent times, has bestowed her themes by depiction in her fiction the issues two- faced by Indian and alternative Third- world immigrants, who arrange to assimilate into North-American life vogue. This paper talks about Bharati ukherjee’s novel named ife in which how Mukherjee describes the dilemma of an Indian wife who migrate to America and her inability to perform and transformation into an merican life lead imple’s life into isolation and at the end it leads her into murder.||Nilam H. Gajjar|
|2||Determinants of Growth of Indian Telecom IndustryAbstract – In recent time period telecommunication had become an important part of every economy of the world. Same hold true with Indian economy .Telecommunication network in India form the second largest network on the basis of fixed and mobile phones. At the same point of time with lowest call tariffs globally it enabled hyper-competition among ’s. t has orld second largest internet user base. As per the internet world stats base in the country stood with 462 Million internet user till year 2016. Major Indian telecommunication comprise of telephony, internet and television broadcasting. In this research paper, emphasis being placed on to bring to light the development of telecommunication sector in India. It also uncovers the importance of telecom sector in India and the various factors that have played a major role in facilitating the growth of telecom sector in India. Data has been collected from multiple sources including books, journals, websites, newspapers etc. The paper also describes the current scenario of Indian telecom sector.||Anuj Jatav|
|3||E-Learning Practices of Higher Education Institutions of Gujarat, IndiaAbstract – Gujarat is home to some of the prestigious higher education institutes of the nation. These institutes are seriously inclined in using the potentials of ICT in the education system out of which e-learning platform is also one. E-learning successful deployment requires a great level of diligence and rigor in its planning, management and implementation and negligence on the part of planning and implementation of e-learning can lead to its under utilization. The present study is an attempt in this direction to study the practices and forms of e-learning available in higher education institutions that are adopting e-learning practices. The sample in this survey study consist of 83 faculties, 153 students and 12 lab administrators belonging to 22 higher education institutions (i.e., 35 colleges) using the elearning practices. Self developed tools each for faculties, students and lab administrators was used to know about practices and forms of e-learning available in the higher education institutions. The data for the study was collected through personal visits and also through e-mail. Frequency, percentage and intensity index were used to analyze the data. The findings of the study reveal that most of institutions use intranet, most of the institutions are using the basic e-learning practices like intranet and e-mail while the practices like blogs, video conferencing, WBT, chats, virtual classrooms were adopted at a very minimal level in the institutions which are adopting the e-learning practices. Tools like blogs, virtual classrooms, and video conferences are used to a very less extent by the institutions as a part of their blended approach of e-learning. The cause for this could be that either faculty were not aware about how to integrate the use of these forms in their teaching learning process or the nature of content to be transacted is such that it does not demand the use of such facilities. From the data collected, it is very difficult to generalize about the facilities of e-learning that were available in the higher education institutions. The most common available facilities of elearning were Online Study Material, Online Syllabus. While Assignment Feedback, Tests or Quizzes, Open Forums, Web Seminars and Digital libraries were the least available e-learning facilities.||Y. Vijyalakshmi et al.|
|4||Mexico 1982: Fixed Exchange Rates and Shoddy PoliciesAbstract – Although Mexico was not the first indebted economy to erupt, nor the largest, nor the one with the most serious economic or financial problems, the 1982 Mexican crisis was the one that alerted the world to the possibility of a systemic collapse: a crisis that could spread to other countries and threaten the stability of the international financial system.||Kanika Talwar|
|5||Comparative Study of Self other Relatedness among the Parents of Intellectually Challenged ChildrenAbstract – The present study endeavours to cast a glance at Self Other Relatedness in the parents of intellectually challenged children. An ex-post facto research with an exploratory orientation was conducted on 120 parents (60 mothers and 60 fathers) of the intellectually challenged children who were selected through purposive sampling technique from Chetna Institute for the Mentally Handicapped in Lucknow city. They ranged in age from 30-40 years with the mean age of 35 years. The Circle technique developed by Thrower, Bruce and Walton (1982) was administered on the subjects. Results revealed that mothers of intellectually challenged children have poor self image for themselves than significant others as compared to fathers of intellectually challenged children.||Dr. Neha Singh|
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