CONSTRUCTION AND STANDARDIZATION OF COMPUTER AWARENESS TEST FOR PROSPECTIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS By Dr. Reena and Dr. Vishal Sood

  Abstract The present task was undertaken to construct and standardize a test for measuring computer awareness of prospective secondary school teachers. For this, data were collected from prospective secondary school teachers by adopting random sampling technique. An item pool was created initially by consulting various sources and theoretical and empirical literature available in the concerned area. This item pool was put to evaluation and criticism by technical as well as language experts. The preliminary draft of computer awareness test was further subjected to item analysis to select only highly…

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KARUKKU:  AN CONFESSION OF BAMA’S REAL LIFE STORY By Padma Priya and Dr. Sunitha Anilkumar

Abstract                                                                     Dalit literature is written by dalits. Dalit literature first found its voice in Marathi in 1960s and 1970s and appeared in other languages like Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.  Dalit literature uses autobiography as a literary genre and Dalit writers shares their personal experiences of oppression, injustice  and caste discrimination. Bama is a Tamil Dalit feminist, novelist and dedicated teacher. Bama’s novels focus on caste and gender discrimination. She portrays caste discrimination which prevails in between religions. Bama’s works are deals with Dalit feminism and it encourages and celebrates…

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IMPACT OF THRIPHALADI RASAYANA AND YOGA THERAPY ON LOW GRADE NON HODGKINS LYMPHOMA By Dr. T.P. Sarasa

The principles of Ayurveda, the ancient system of Indian origin is the aggregate of diagnostic therapeutic practice is based on the Vedic texts, incorporating a complete life instruction and branches on constitutional medicine, surgery, longevity practices etc. Ayurvedic medicine represents a complete guide for health, well being and spiritual energy which dates back several thousand years. Traditionalist see Ayurveda as part of the root stock of Indian culture and have been lobbying strongly   to preserve and expand it. The rural poor and the Indian intellectuals have supported this. As the…

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