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|1||India’s Progress towards Achieving the MDG’s in Women’s Empowerment and InclusionAbstract – In 2000, 189 UN member states adopted the Millennium Declaration which distils the key goals and targets agreed at the international conferences and world summits during 1990. Drawing on the Declaration, the UN system drew up eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to provide a set of benchmarks to measure progress towards the eradication of global poverty. MDG 3, to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment, includes one target on education and additional indicators on women’s employment and political representation. Global agreement to include this goal was a very positive development and signalled recognition by member states that gender inequality not only decreases the likelihood of achieving the other goals, but also that advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment depends on progress made on each of the other goals.
Indian policy initiatives recognized that gender equality and women’s empowerment are both central to achieving sustainable development by means of combating poverty, hunger and disease. Gender Equality underscores the need to place women’s empowerment at the center of development plans. This paper argues persuasively for policies and actions to guarantee reduce gender gaps in employment and wages, increase women’s political participation and Gender parity in education. Basically this paper presents an assessment of India’s progress towards achieving the MDGs in women’s empowerment in the context of (MDG) GOAL 3.
|Kaushal Kishor Patel|
|2||Insider Trading Regulations: A Small DebateAbstract – Insider Trading simply means that insider is trading in the securities of the concerned company. It is very well accepted that it is an unfair practice. But why an insider cannot trade in the companies’ securities, when it makes sense for the members to feel an extent of belongingness towards the company they are working for? Doctors charge fees because of the knowledge they have; lawyers charge because of the skills and qualifications they possess; then why can’t company members make profits because of the information they are privileged with? Such arguments and effectiveness of insider trading regulations are discussed in this paper.||Shasta Gupta|
|3||Crossing Borders with Folklore and Soul Songs: A Stimulating Facet for Identity of Afro-American SlavesAbstract – The culture of any tribal group proclaims itself in varied expressions; art, fictional works, language, and outfit all fall under the reduce going of way of life. In the case of African-Americans, however, one of the most frequent presentations of a unique culture and experience has been the creation and development of particular musical forms. These unique sounds are not only definitive of the culture that created them, but also speak loudly of the traditions of past tribal societies, and the milieu of captivity in the American South. Thus, there are many levels in the study of African-American music, few of which have been examined free of the racial prejudices which infected the views of many scholars. These individuals have discussed the roots, structure, objective, and effect of these songs; the only wide agreement is that African-American music is amazing, evocative, and has a unique and soulful energy.||Ms. Poonam Punia|
|4||Dreams and Reality: Jungian perspective of Compensatory and Non Compensatory Functions of DreamsAbstract – The present study to Jungian is nature with a sharp focus on compensatory and non-compensatory functions of dreams 10 participants were approached for the date collection on dreams. Through this dream, the essence and nature of compensation and non-compensation were discerned. The research does not deliver into the personal life of the dreamers into the sense of a therapy; rather is rooted in attempting to know the characteristic, operations of the psyche. The study brings to surface of the living experience of the Jungian concepts with regard the function of dreams.||Ravi Bhusan Prasad|
|5||Sports PsychologyAbstract – Sport psychology is an interdisciplinary science that draws on knowledge from the fields of Kinesiology and Psychology. It involves the study of how psychological factors affect performance and how participation in sport and exercise affect psychological and physical factors. In addition to instruction and training of psychological skills for performance improvement, applied sport psychology may include work with athletes, coaches, and parents regarding injury, rehabilitation, communication, team building, and career transitions.
“Sports psychology is the study of psychological foundation of physical activity.”
“Sports psychology studies the effects of sport itself on human behavior.”
|Dr. Ramesh D. Chaudhary|
|6||Innovation and PhilosophyAbstract – Innovation is very much an ethical matter because ethics is fundamentally concerned with anything that can promote or hinder human wellbeing. So ethics is relevant to assessing the goals of innovation, to the process by which it is carried out, and to evaluating its outcomes. The problem is that innovation brings risks. Some of those risks are of course borne by the innovator, by the entrepreneur. Others are borne by society. For one thing, we often don’t fully understand which category a particular innovation will end up in until years later.||Nayankumar J. Bhatt|
|7||Doctrine of Separation of Powers: Global and Indian PerspectiveAbstract – The doctrine of Seperation of Powers was originiated in the writings of Montesquieu in the Spirit of the Laws where he refers to the division of govt. responsibilities into three separate branches of government to limit any one branch from encroaching into the domain of another. The intent is to prevent the concentration of power and provides for checks and balances. A rigid seperation of powers as under the American Constitution or under the Australian Constitution does not apply to India or even England. Seperation of Powers is practiced in India but not that rigidly. The three main areas of the govt. in some or the other way perform the task of other.||Priyanka Goel|
|8||Influence of Media on Children of 21st CenturyAbstract – 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. Via this article the author wants to convey the role of media on child development.||Dr. Jaya Barevadia|
|9||An Introduction to Direct & Indirect SpeechAbstract – The article named DIRECT-INDIRECT SPEECH is about techniques of teaching direct-indirect speech to the students of all the levels. It includes step by step method of teaching it very easily to the learners. All the necessary changes and rules are discussed very minutely. The present article gives an idea how to teach this topic effectively. All the main rules like change of reporting verb, use of proper conjunction, change in pronoun, change in different forms of verbs and change in words showing nearness into distance words are discussed and explained with examples in lucid language. In English language direct-indirect speech is one of the important topics of grammar. It is also called reported speech.||Nareshkumar J. Parmar|
|10||Need to Reproach the Standard of Jurisdictional with respect to Socio-Economic Rights in IndiaAbstract – Jurisdictional criticism is defined as “the subjection of legislation to the rule of law”. Jurisdictional criticism of lawmaking actions is practiced in various practices in not the same parts of the world. Jeremy Waldron rests his argument against the case of jurisdictional criticism on the premise that the courts are no better than the legislatures at resolving disputes. Richard Fallon on the other hand diligently refutes the idea endorsed by Waldron contending that the fairness and legality of a procedural mechanism depends on the end that they serve.||Bharatbhai B. Rabari|
|11||Civil Society in Transforming Conflicts and Building Peace: with Special Reference to AssamAbstract – In some parts of the world, war is an on-going struggle. It is a way of life. It adversely affected the way in which political, socio-economic, and cultural components of society have developed. Indeed, conflict negatively affects all aspects of society- not only does it destroy buildings and societies, but it also leaves surviving individuals and communities with deep wounds that can last a lifetime. Many efforts have been employed around the world to build peace following a conflict. Some interventions have proven quite successful, while others have not. Notably, civil society involved in broader peace building processes. It is a pillar of democratic systems and, as such, plays important roles in democracy and good governance for pre- and post-conflict societies. Civil society contributes in a number of other areas of the peace building agenda, including facets of economic and social recovery, justice and the rule of law, and security and public order. Finally, civil society serves a number of important functions that span different peace building themes and institutions.
This paper examines the role of civil society groups in the peace process with special reference to ndi’ ortet- ndi’ ortet een te tetre o te erliet nd lonet ltin insurgency in the country. The peacemaking and conflict resolution employed to date have not worked in the ways that had been expected. This paper reviews the diverse roles played by civil society groups and initiatives in the region in managing, wherever possible settling and in some cases even contributing to ethnic and community conflicts and concludes with recommendations for overcoming some of their limitations. Throughout the article, it highlights the important role that civil society plays in conflict peace building efforts. Otherwise, it will be impossible to break the vicious circle of war and peace.
|12||Khushwantnama -The Essence of Life Well- LivedAbstract – In my research paper, I am going to discuss the great, creative journalist & author Khushwant Singh. I will discuss his views and reflections on retirement. I will also focus on his reflections regarding journalism, writing, politics, poetry, religion, death and longevity.||Dr. Sunita B. Nimavat|
|13||A Study on the Contribution of the Nursery and Forest Secondary Production in the Financial Earning of Dang DistrictAbstract – The main objective behind studying this subject is to know about the activity of nursery and collection of forest secondary production of the selected families for the study. The researcher randomly selected one village and one family who are doing nursery business and involved around 119 members of five villages who are collecting forest’s secondary production. Keeping an aim of the study a questionary is prepared and on the basis of it information is collected. After thoroughly study the subject, it is strongly said that if the government and an institute like Agakhan encourage them, then the financial and social situation of the farmers must be changed. And with this the problem of civilization and migration, arose in the country will also be solved.||Dr. Naresh C. Patel|
|14||Perception of Stigma and Coping Resources in the Parents of Intellectually Challenged ChildrenAbstract – The present study endeavors to find out the Perception of stigma and Coping resources among the parents of intellectually challenged children. he Stigma Scale’ (developed by Ali, et.al, 2008) and Coping Resources Inventory’ (Form-D; developed by Hammer & Marting, 1988) were administered. Back translation method was used to get Hindi version for both the tool for the convenience of respondents. Sample comprised of 120 parents (60 mothers and 60 fathers) purposively selected 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 results revealed that there was a strong tendency in mothers to feel more stigmatized than fathers. At the same time mothers have less coping resources as compared to fathers.||Neha Singh|
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