A STUDY ON SELF ACTUALIZATION AMONG YOUNG ADULTS By Lizzie and Dr. D. Hemalatha Kalaimathi

Abstract Present paper focuses on the A Study on Self actualization among young adults. In this study 482 male and 518 female students from various streams in Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu were selected. The descriptive survey method was employed for the present study. A random sampling technique was used for selection of sample. The data was organized and statistically analyzed by using Mean, SD and ‘t’ test. The finding of the study revealed that a) There is significant difference in their Self actualization among young adults belongs to Age…

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HUMOR: THE BRAIN DEFOGGER IN THE CLASSROOM By Dr. Kavita Singh

Abstract Brain fog can be known as feeling of mental confusion and lack of mental clarity in which one becomes forgetful and his thinking becomes muddled and impaired. Stress is an important factor to cause brain fog among students. Various studies suggested that humor can be an effective brain fog dissolvent (defogger). The present paper highlights the effectiveness of humor to dissolve brain fog among students and gives some suggestions to incorporate humor in the classroom. Keywords: Brain fog, Classroom humor, Defogger, Mental haze, Stress, Anxiety. [1] Assistant Professor, School…

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ASPIRATION TOWARDS HIGHER EDUCATION: A SURVEY AMONG TRIBAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL STUDENTS By Dr. T. Mohamed Saleem and Muneer V.

Abstract             Aspiration means the goal an individual sets for himself in a task which has intense personal significance for him or in which his ego is fully involved. Aspiration is an important factor that decides the whole achievements of a person. Educational aspiration reflects educational goals an individual sets for himself/herself. It is important as it encourages and energizes the individual to achieve them. The enrolment rate of scheduled tribes in higher education is not satisfactory.  In this study researchers try to find the level of Aspiration for Higher…

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THE LEXICALIZATION OF MASCULINE GENDER IN ARABIC WITH REFERENCE TO THE FRAMEWORK OF NANOSYNTAX By Sabri Al-Oqab

Abstract This paper discusses the possible scenarios of lexicalizing masculine gender in Arabic, which are made available by the nanosyntactic apparatus: the Superset Principle and Phrasal Spellout mechanism. In the paper, I show that gender is a separate functional projection like any other functional projections in the extended projection of the noun. In Arabic. Nouns are morphologically marked for gender distinctions. The feminine gender is marked either by –t and/or –aat on the noun, whereas masculine gender does not have a separate morphological marker. Thus, the paper provides two possible…

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INCOME GENERATION ACTIVITIES OF CHILDREN LIVING ON STREET IN MUMBAI By Tushar Savarkar

  Abstract Children living on street are the most vulnerable section of our society. They stay and work without the family or adult member. Hence, they need to work for their survival. The present study aims to understand their income generation activities. The study has used simple frequency analysis to achieve the objective of the study. The findings indicate that a significant number of children were working at the time of survey. Though, the working hours vary from child to child, a significant proportion of children is work for a…

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A STUDY ON THE KNOWLEDGE OF M.ED. STUDENTS TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION POLICY By Raj Kumar

Abstract The aim of this investigation to find out the level and to find out any significant difference in knowledge of M.Ed. Student teachers towards inclusive education policies based on gender. Inclusive education providing is designed to respond to the needs of learners who experience learning barriers. Democracy believes in equality of rights of all the citizens by law of the land. It provides safe constitutional and legal mechanism for enforcement of such laws for the protection of rights and also for the equalization of opportunities. The study was conducted…

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AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON E-BANKING ADOPTION FOR MANAGING FINANCIAL PRODUCTS By Dr. Bilal Ahmad Sheikh

Abstract E-banking services are an innovative financial transaction channel that has assumed a new urgency and relevance in today’s world of business, demand for financial products is changing rapidly and customer behavior regarding these products is also changing, with the passing of the traditional banking sector to e-banking, new strategies have become necessary in order to attract new customers and retain existing customers, the present study attempts to provide a snapshot of e-banking activity with empirical details supporting the findings. Based on the survey data generated through 183 Banking customers where…

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EDUCATION AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY By Tota Ramulu

Abstract “We cannot afford to create a lost generation of children deprived of their chance for an education that might lift them out of poverty.”  – Irina Bokova One of the most significant indicators of social progress is education, which also plays a decisive role for a society to achieve self-sustainable and equal development. With an increasing global realization of how business community can (and should) contribute to social objectives, education deserves a higher level of corporate involvement than status quo. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a form of corporate self-regulation…

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GENOME WIDE COMPUTATIONAL PREDICTION OF MIRNAS IN KYASANUR FOREST DISEASE VIRUS AND THEIR TARGETED GENES IN HUMAN By Sandeep Saini, Chander Jyoti Thakur and Varinder Kumar

Abstract RNAs are versatile biomolecules and can be coding or non-coding. Among the non-coding RNAs, miRNAs are small endogenous molecules that play important role in posttranscriptional gene regulation. miRNAs are identified in viruses too and involved in down regulation of host genes. Flavivirus family members are classified in to two groups: mosquito-borne flaviviruses (MBFV) and tick-borne flaviviruses (TBFV). Kyasanur forest disease virus (KFDV) found in India in 1957 (Karnataka) relates to TBFV. Virus has been diffuse to new areas in India and needs attention as it can cause severe hemorrhagic…

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PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF SCHOOL SATISFACTION AND SOCIO-EMOTIONAL CLIMATE OF SCHOOL IN TERMS OF ATTITUDE TOWARDS EDUCATION By Dr. Sanjeev Kumar

Abstract In the present study, the researcher tried to study whether school satisfaction and socio-emotional climate of school jointly and individually, predicts attitude of class IX students towards education. A sample of 100 class IX students was selected randomly from the schools of Chandigarh. Multiple correlation statistics was employed.  The results indicated that school satisfaction and socio-emotional climate of school jointly predict attitude of class IX students towards education. Socio-emotional climate of school is the better predictor of Attitude of class IX students towards Education. Contribution of School Satisfaction in…

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