FORECASTING THE PRIMARY EDUCATION: CASE STUDY OF GUJARAT By Kalpana Satija, Mohan Patel, and Keya Patel

Abstract Education is a vigorous motivation of the 2015 Millennium Development Goals; it help to visualize enlargement of human development. How education play a significant role in human development process! The answer provides the statistical improvement in educational data and performance. In this paper we emphasis on educational performance with forecasting of all indicators in time series analysis with the help of linear regression for future prediction of primary education in Gujarat. We selected total five indicators (Total Literacy Rate, Female Literacy Rate, Enrolment Rate, Dropout Rate and Gender Parity…

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INCULCATING VALUES FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT  By Dr. R. Vijaya Anuradha

Abstract Values are the guiding principles of life that contribute to the all round development of an individual. Values give meaning and strength to an individual’s character by occupying a central place in his/her life. In ancient India, the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Epics manifested and upheld the values and were the backbone of every individual. But in the present day world, there is a drastic depletion of values among the individuals, due to population explosion, industrialization and globalization, influence of western culture and so on irrespective of caste, creed,…

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ROLE OF TEACHERS IN PROMOTING PEACE EDUCATIONM By Ravi Babu

Abstract Today if the world is inclined to seek a long term means to build and promote peace on this planet earth, we have to opt for education and ultimately we should go for teachers as they will contribute by performing their role in building and promoting culture of peace among children / students and in their institutional environment that will further extend peace to the community, society, nation and lastly to the world. Education is the key to uniting nations, bringing human beings closely together. In many parts of…

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NGUGI’S SPEAKING SUBALTERNS IN DEVIL ON THE CROSS By Prof. Balkrishna Dada Waghmare

Abstract Present research paper analysis Ngugi’s presentation of marginalised section of the Kenyan society such as women and workers in his novel, Devil on the Cross. Subaltern studies focus on the socially neglected and those who do have their own representation on literary canvas. Spivak argues that women especially Indian women are socially marginalised by our society. According to her, they can’t speak because they are unheard by social barriers. So she expects that the task of speaking for them should be done by the post-colonial writers. Ngugi has done…

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AYATOLLAH MUTAHARI’S ATTITUDE TO WOMEN: A MODERNIST READING OF A TRADITIONAL SCHOLAR By Musthafa Farook P.

Abstract: Murtaza Mutahari holds the view that Islam maintains equality between men and women. But equality is given not by acknowledging similar and identical rights and duties to both sexes, rather by giving them the same on the basis of their respective natural differences. According to him, men and women are created to live together and different functions are given to them, hence there are differences in their nature. Justice dictates that they should not be given the same functions and duties because of their natural differences, if so it…

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