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|1||Socio-Cultural Determinants of Nursing Mothers Utilization of Infant Welfare Clinic in Iwo Local Government of Osun StateAbstract – This study examined socio-cultural determinants of Nursing Mothers Utilization of Infant Welfare Clinic in Iwo Local Government Area, Osun state. Hypotheses were based on the variables of poverty/low economic status, proximity to the clinic, marital status and cultural belief. The primary data were obtained from a cross section of 200 women, drawn from four infants’ clinic across the Local Government Area. The data was collected with a questionnaire and analysis was done with simple percentages for demographic information while inferential statistics of chi-square ( 2) was used to test the hypotheses at 0.05 Alpha level. The study found that majority of women were age between 18 and 40 years (86.0%), 53.5% were married before childbirth, while 44% gave birth before marriage. 71% claimed they were Christian, while the dominant occupation using the women include trading (42%) farming (32.5%) and civil servant (25.5%). The findings of the results revealed that response of the respondents varied significantly across all factors (poverty/low economic status, proximity to the clinic, marital status and cultural belief). All the hypotheses were rejected and all the factors confirmed as the factors of determinants of infant welfare service patronage among nursing mothers in Iwo Local Government Area, osun state. In view of the above, the researcher therefore recommended that the health care facilities need to be provided in rural communities of Osun State, so as to meet the objectives of primary health care that are accessible, available and affordable for rural women to address the problem of proximity and poverty. There is need for health education awareness programme by government and non-government organization to change orientation on common cultural practices of female genital mutilation, reproductive problems, early marriage and food restriction for women during pregnancy and labour.||Dr. Fakeye James Kayode et al.|
|2||An Analytical study on Investment Pattern of Fund Categories of Mutual Funds in IndiaAbstract – This study focuses on understanding the investment pattern (trend) of investor groups among different fund categories. It will assist investors to take investment decision so as to invest in which Mutual funds category. Further it will facilitate the investors to establish relation between trends in investment of Mutual fund by Investment group. This study reveals that corporate investor group has highly invested in debt funds while retail investor group has more inclination towards equity and balanced schemes. It will also be useful to asset management companies who will prepare or modify their mutual fund schemes as per the investment trends of the investor groups.||Priyanka G. Bhatt et al.|
|3||Infrastructure Development in India: Where are We MovingAbstract – There is positive linkage between infrastructure development and infrastructure development. The full potentials of economic development cannot be unleashed without development of adequate infrastructure, both physical and social. According to many commentators, India could unleash its full potentials, provided it improves the infrastructure facilities, which are at present not sufficient to meet the growing demand of the economy. In this context present paper intend the present the status report of India in global map. Paper also covers the performance of major infrastructure sector over a period of time.||Dr. Kishor Bhanushali|
|4||E-Commerce in India with Reference to Credit Cards MarketAbstract – Internet is one component which has recently become the key ingredient of quick and rapid lifestyle. Be it for communication or explorations, connecting with people or for official purposes, ‘internet’ has become the central-hub for all. Resultantly, Internet growth has led to a host of new developments, such as decreased margins for companies as consumers turn more and more to the internet to buy goods and demand the best prices. The implication of perfectly competitive market as the world will observe is that market will produce an efficient allocation of resources. Internet has truly been an effective agent in changing the fundamental ways of doing business. In any market with no entry barriers – the Net is biggest of them, the continuous influx of competition will, automatically, drive down the prices. In such a case , in long term all firms could only earn normal profits.||Praveen Kumar|
|5||Gratitude and Quality of Life among the Parents of Intellectually Challenged ChildrenAbstract – The present study endeavors to find out gender differences on gratitude and on quality of life among the parents of intellectually challenged children. The ‘Gratitude Questionnaire – 6 (GQ-6, developed by McCullough, et.al, 2002) and ‘Whoqol – Bref Scale’ (World Health Organization Quality of Life, 1996) were administered. Sample comprised of 200 parents (100 mothers and 100 fathers) purposively selected from Chetna Institute for the Mentally Handicapped Children in Lucknow city. They ranged in age from 30-40 years with the mean age of 35 years. The results showed a positive relationship between the gratitude and quality of life among the parents of intellectually challenged children. Further, it was found that mothers have a poor quality of life and low feeling of gratitude as compared to fathers of intellectually challenged children.||Dr. Neha Singh|
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