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|1||Action Learning and its Teaching ConceptsAbstract – Action learning process is an exceptional problem-solving tool that has the amazing capacity to simultaneously build successful leaders, teams and organisations. It involves a small group working on real problems, taking action, and deliberately learning as they go. It positions inquiry and questions at the heart of organisation culture. This article helps the reader to define and describe action learning process, enlist the different approaches to action learning and describe the action learning processes.||Niharika Gautam|
|2||Customizing Information Needs of UsersAbstract – It has often been complained that libraries had for a long time neglected one of the most important component of an information services, namely, the user. They were more concerned with the services and their bibliographical organisation and control. It is true this organisation was ultimately meant to satisfy the information need of user. But, very little was known about the exact nature of this need. How exactly the user behaved when he was looking for some information, what type of services were used in which situation, how the information was used when obtained, all these were not very clearly known to the library services all as well as to us. Gradually, the users came to be observed like ‘bright dolphins’ from a distance without being asked anything about their information behaviour. Hence, this study was explored to know information needs of users.||Nareshkumar T. Patel|
|3||A Study of Motivational Level of Higher Secondary School TeachersAbstract – The investigation was carried out with the objective of finding out the motivational level of school teachers. The difference based on gender, subject, locality, experience and type of institution etc., were found. The findings of the present study are there. There is no significant difference found between male and female school teachers with respect to their motivational level. There is no significant difference between general and science school teachers with respect to their motivational level. There is no significant difference between rural and urban school teachers with respect to their motivational level. There is no significant difference between teachers up to 10 years and above 10 years experience teachers with respect to their motivational level. There is no significant difference between self financed and aided teachers with respect to their motivational level .The climatic condition, drastic changes taking place in the academic and non academic duties of teachers in a short duration of time, curriculum reforms , professional responsibilities, structure of education system etc., may affect the social and environmental atmosphere of the teaching community, which directly and indirectly affect the motivational level of teachers.||Preeti D. Bhadoriya et al.|
|4||Item Analysis of Multiple Choice Questions Given to First year Medical Students–Concept Building and MCQSAbstract – Objective questions in MCQs are made up of short questions called as Items or Multiple choice items (MCQs) that are typically composed of questions that require a candidate to select one clearly correct answer called as single best response from among those provided. They consist of STEM that sets up the situation for response, followed by series of one correct and remaining 3 incorrect answers. The incorrect options are called as DISTRACTORS. These DISTRACTORS should embody misconceptions partly correct answers and common errors of fact or reasoning that they distract students that are not well prepared for test. Specific and clear instructions should be included. Objectives: 1.To design a better question paper in subsequent exams. 2.To detect technical flaws. Settings: Study was conducted in anatomy department of Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Sion, Mumbai. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted after obtaining permission from Head of Anatomy department and Institutional Ethics Committee. MCQ answer sheets of 100 First year MBBS students appearing in preliminary exam in April 2009 were analyzed. Statistical Analysis: Data was entered and analyzed in MS Excel 2007 and simple proportions and means were calculated. Results: The mean p value in this study was 69.8% which is a little more than the range specified by Others 41–60%. The mean Discriminating index in this study was 0.22 which is more than the acceptable cut off point of 0.15. In this study, 12.5 % items have less effective distracters. Conclusion: Study emphasizes the selection of quality MCQs which truly assess the knowledge and are able to differentiate the students of different abilities so as to implement new strategies to encourage weak students for better understanding of the subject.||Dr. J. S. Charania|
|5||Research Paper on ‘MGNREGA’Abstract – The scope of this study is Narmada, Bharuch districts of Gujarat State. From that 4 Talukas were selected from each district on Random Cluster Method and thereafter 5 villages of each taluka were selected by preparing slips of villages and the prescribed questionnaire is filled in form of specimen by visiting every selected village personally and meeting labourers at the place of work or staying at home and effort is made to collect data with reference to the objective as well as hypotheses.||Kalpeshbhai T. Patel|
|6||Analysis of Solvency of Selected FMCG Companies in IndiaAbstract – In this paper an attempt has been made to know the solvency position of selected FMCG companies in India. The data Collected from the annual reports form 2005-06 to 2010-11 from the selected six FMCG companies in India. The study concentrates on the various accounting ratios to analyse the financial performance in terms of solvency of the selected companies. The statistical tools like Average, Standard Deviation and Co -efficient of variation have been applied.||Manoj Kumar V. Patel|
|7||Evaluation of Woman Empowerment Schemes of Government of GujaratAbstract – Taking inspiration from this belief, Gujarat Government under the aegis of Shri Narendra Modi has been constantly devoted to the empowerment of women and have taken several initiatives like ‘Beti Bachao’ (Save Girl Child), ‘Kanya Kelavni’ (Girls Education) campaign, Mission Mangalam, Nari Adalats, Chiranjivi Yojana, Sukanya Samruddhi Yojna and various more programmes for women welfare. For that reason, the investigator decided to evaluate some schemes of Government for Women Empowerment and formulated some objectives to do investigation. The investigator employed logico-inductive method of qualitative data analysis for analyzing the collected data. By the present investigation, the investigator found out that some schemes are very nice and fruitful for the society in general and for women empowerment in particular.||Dr. Riddhi R. Desai|
|8||Enhancing Quality in Teacher Education Various ProspectiveAbstract – Education is the essential foundation of a thriving and innovative society. The quality of education in a society is no less important for economic development. We now turn to consider a range of issues prominent in the literature about improving the training of teachers and the performance of teachers and students in rapidly changing social and economic environments. In this global environment, pressure is brought to bear by governments and communities who increasingly recognize the economic (and other) value of high quality education. New roles for teachers, greater diversity in the classroom, the impact of communication technology and the overall speed of change are currently transforming the nature of teaching and call for a considered response from pre-service and inservice training providers. The second issue adding to the challenges for teachers relates to information and communication technology and the development of education software. This is a significant topic in Teacher Education reform agendas around the world where there is a general call for these technologies to be harnessed for the improvement of teaching and learning. The present paper highlights quality in teacher education programs in different prospective. Teacher education refers to the policies and procedures designed to equip teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the school and classroom. In early times, teachers were often scholars or clergymen who had no formal training in how to teach the subjects of their expertise. In fact, many believed that “teachers were born, not made.” It was not until the emergence of pedagogy, the “art and science of teaching,” as an accepted discipline that the training of teachers was considered important. Although there has been continued debate about whether teaching is a “science” that can be taught or whether one is “born” to be a teacher, it has generally been agreed, at least since the nineteenth century, that certain characteristics are needed to qualify a person as a teacher knowledge of the subject matter to be taught, knowledge of teaching methods, and practical experience in applying both. Most educational programs for teachers today focus upon these points. However, the internal character of the individual is also an important aspect of teaching; whether that is something one is born with or can be taught, and what are the qualities that are needed for the role of teacher, are also a matter of debate. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam once said, “If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the Father, the Mother and the Teacher.” The pace of technological revolution and emergence of a knowledge society has changed the traditional role of the teacher and the students. Traditionally, the teacher used to be the source of knowledge for the students. But, in many cases, the teachers do not possess adequate knowledge to supplement the view of the student, and the main source of knowledge remains limited to text book. At present, in a number of cases the student is more informed than the teacher. Furthermore, when these teachers find themselves in a situation where they are no longer the principal source for delivery of information they get confused about their new role in relation to the use of these technologies. In the new phase there is decentralization of knowledge source Thus, there is a need to facilitate training on ICTs for teacher both at the pre service level and in service level.||Dr. Dharmendra Kumar|
|9||Physical Education for Development in IndiaAbstract – Role of Physical education for sustainable development in India is very crucial and in evitable. In the knowledge base society of 21st Centaury education can be proved as a miracle. Advancement of various branches of knowledge: can play a vital role in promoting accusation of new knowledge and skill. Educations provide inspiration and insight for” looking forward in changing future. The highly educated intellectual, talented, committed and oriented mass is most needed for sustainable development of our country.||Dr. Lakshmanbhai V. Gol|
|10||Views of Teachers, Principals and CRC on ‘GUNOTSAV’ in Primary SchoolsAbstract – To, enhance the quality of Primary Education, central as well as State Government is working hardly on it. According to constitution law 45. every children of 6 to 14 years of age has to be provided with free. Compulsory and total education. To achieve this task. Central Government has started “Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan” mission. In this mission. Gujarat Government has added flavour by “Gunotsav” program, addition in it. To know the views of teachers. Principals, CRC’s and co-coordinator on “Gunotsav” researcher has done this study. To undertake this study Gov. primary School of Chotila Taluka of Surendragnagar District was undertaken. 218 Teachers, 31 Principals and 10 CRC’s were taken as observations in 2010-2011. To get the information a questionnaire of total 30 statements was developed in which the candidates has to give their views in form of Yes, No, Not Certain. They had to tick in front of their choice. Conclusions were dervied on the basis of the information collected. Conclusions are as follows:||Dr. Nilam P. Trivedi|
|11||A Study of Universalization at Primary School Level in Sanand TalukaAbstract – After the implementation of the constitution within the ten years, it will be the responsibility of the state government to make effort to provide free compulsory education to all the children of the age group of 6 to 14 years of the country without any discrimination of caste, colour, sex” There has been a delay in achieving this goal of universal free and compulsory primary education. And the following reasons can be considered the common reasons. Economic condition of parents Ignorant parent shortage of physical material, insufficient understanding about education belief of the society against imparting education to the girls, difficulties in recruitment of the teachers Backwardness, environment etc. Years passed away offer-getting freedom, even though the provision of the constitution could not be shaped. We could not reach up to the decided goal. Therefore this study has been under taken for the assessment of universalization of primary Education.||Dr. Sunanda S. Christi|
|12||Banking in India- A Success StoryAbstract – Indian Banking system by and large has shown a very positive attitude towards various challenges which came up time and again. Be it the Great Depression or the sudden fall of some of the world’s leading banks. An attempt in this article has been made to assess the positives of the core of Indian Banking System, which favored it to stand against the waves of time. Barring some of the critics we tried to analyze its strengths and quality features.||Anurag Sharma et al.|
|13||Nature of Economics and its Basic ProblemsAbstract – Economics is an idea which makes a relationship between scarce means and unlimited wants. In this paper the researcher concern is with some basic preliminary concepts: (1) Importance or consequance of the study of economics (2) Subject matters of economics (3)The basic problem of a economy.||Amita P. Acharya|
|14||Symbolic Presentation of Inner Crisis in Arun Joshi’s The Last Labyrinth and the Foreigner||Dr. Anjana das|
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