ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF RAISIN INDUSTRY IN SANGLI DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA By Gaikwad S.B.[1] and Gade A.D. [2]

Abstract Raisin is the second most important product of the grapevine, wine being the first. Grape growers of Sangli district are expertise in quality raisin making .Therefore market gluts and fail of prices of grape is common. However, as grape is of perishable nature, many times when the production of grape is much more and sufficient domestic market is not available for sale of grapes, farmers have to sustain heavy financial losses. Further, as process of grapes production basically requires major capital investment, if sale or export of grape is not possible in…

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EFFECT OF INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON ACHIEVEMENT IN RELATION TO COGNITIVE STYLES AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AT THE SECONDARY STAGE By Dr. Avanish Kumar[1]

Abstract The study was experimental in nature and investigated on the sample of 500 students, as per the requirements of 3* 2* 2 factorial design in which the independent variables of Instructional Strategies (I), Achievement Motivation (A) and Cognitive Styles (C) were studied. Achievement on some concepts of English was taken as dependent variable. There were three levels of Instructional Strategies and two levels of each of the variables of Achievement Motivation and Cognitive Styles. Instructional Strategies were studied as Modular Instructional Strategy (I1), Multimedia Instructional Strategy (I2) and the…

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A STUDY ON THE LABOR WELFARE MEASURES UNDER TVS COMPANY IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT By A.Malleeswari[1]     Dr.R.Mani[2]

Abstract The present study is undertaken to know the satisfaction levels of employees about labour welfare measures in TVS Company. The objective of the study is (i) To study the various labour welfare measures available in the organization. (ii) To know the satisfaction levels employees about Labour welfare measures provided by the organization. (iii) To offer suggestions to improve the standard of Labour welfare measures in the organization. In this study the researcher adopted descriptive method. Descriptive research is used to obtain information concerning the current status of the phenomena…

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A STUDY ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL FEMALE TEACHERS IN MYSORE TALUK By Dr. Sowmya.H.S 

Abstract “All learning has an emotional base.” – Plato Emotional intelligence has begun to emerge in the field of education, as the importance of engaging student’s interest and retaining students at school is shown to rely more and more on their ability to fit in with their peers and teachers. The capability to teach such programs requires teachers who understand their own emotional responses and have strategies to cope with these. Emotional intelligence includes self awareness & impulse control, persistence, zeal, motivation, empathy and social deftness, these are the qualities…

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SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDE OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND CERTAIN DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES By Dr. Vishal Sood[1]

Abstract School environment as well as family environment plays a significant role in developing various characteristics and bringing attitudinal change among adolescents. The present investigation was undertaken to study the scientific attitude of senior secondary school students in relation to their school environment, gender and family type. The study was conducted on 400 senior secondary school students of Mandi and Kangra districts of Himachal Pradesh which were selected through systematic sampling technique. The data were analyzed with the help of mean, S. D. and ‘Two Way ANOVA (3 X 2…

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CROSS CULTURAL COMPETENCE By S.Tephillah Vasantham[1] and Dr.J.Karunyal Samuel[2]

Abstract Cross-cultural competence is not an end, but is a set of variables that contribute to intercultural effectiveness. Previous models have tended to emphasize subjective outcomes, by focusing primarily on adjustment; outcomes of interest here include both subjective and objective outcomes. Objective outcomes, such as job performance, have been addressed in previous research, but to a lesser degree than the subjective outcomes. Research indicates that the outcomes are linked, with personal and interpersonal adjustment linked to work adjustment, which has in turn been linked with job performance (Shay & Baack,…

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IBSEN’S DOLL’S HOUSE: AS A FEMINIST TEXT By Dr. A.S. Rao and Milandeep Kaur

Abstract The feminist movement is an ongoing reaction against the male definition of women. In most western societies men have dominated politics, society and the economy of their world. They have suppressed the voice of women so that they could mold it the way they wanted it. Thus they defined what was feminine as insubstantial, subservient and devoid of will. Feminine behavior was further emotion driven, illogical, and native and ought not to be taught to be anything else. Feminism has been changing the world for more than a century…

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DISSATISFIED YOUNGER GENERATION THREATENS SUSTAINABLE FUTURE By Jouhar Munavvir. T[1] and Rajesh Monji[2]

“Global interaction, rather than insulated isolation, has been the basis of economic progress in the world. Trade, along with migration, communication, and dissemination of scientific and technical knowledge, has helped to break the dominance of rampant poverty and the pervasiveness of ‘nasty, brutish and short’ lives that characterized the world. And yet, despite all the progress, life is still severely nasty, brutish and short for a large part of the world population. The great rewards of globalized trade have come to some, but not to others.” (Amartya Sen, Foreword, Make…

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LANGUAGE AND MEANING: A PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY By Rajiba Lochan Behera[1] 

Abstract The word ‘meaning’ and ‘language’ indicates the aim of philosophy of language as does ‘good’ that of ethics or ‘beauty’ that of aesthetics. All languages have meaning as their goal; but philosophy of language is also concerned with it in a quite different way from this. It has much the same relation to meaning as every language has to semantics or syntax. To discover meaning is the task of all languages; it falls to philosophy of language to discern the rules of meaningfulness. The word ‘meaningfulness’ is used in…

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RASHTRIYA UCHCHATTAR SHIKSHA ABHIYAN (RUSA):A WAY ENRICH HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA by Dr.Pardeep Singh Dehal[1]

Abstract Education is an investment that pays off any time anywhere and in a world of crumbling economies and turbulent times, where investors spend sleepless nights trying to figure out how their stoks  are doing ,investing in education becomes even more paramount. By investing in education, governments, corporations, multinational companies, communities, NGOs and individuals can help to prepare the youths for the challenges ahead. If children are really the leaders of tomorrow, then it is time we have to start investing in them right now. All round development of personality…

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