International Journal of Research in Social Sciences & Humanities
International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal
E-ISSN : 2249 - 4642 | P-ISSN: 2454 - 4671
IMPACT FACTOR: 8.561 | SJIF 2020: 6.179 | SJIF 2021 = 6.064
Past Issue : Volume: 4 Issue: 2 2014
Research Article S.R. No: 1
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RURAL SPACE AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN KASHMIR VALLEY
Rajni Sharma, Dr. Abdul Bari Naik, Subita Sharma
This paper focuses on the exploration of the tourist potentials in rural spaces in Kashmir Valley. Tourism as an industry has been flourishing and growing since time immemorial, bu...
Research Article S.R. No: 2
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OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND ITS ASSOCIATED RISK FACTORS AMONG FEMALE EMPLOYEES OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN NIGERIA
Essien, Blessing Stephen (PhD)
This study examines occupational stress and its associated risk factors among employees of commercial banks in Akwa Ibom State, South- South, Nigeria. Cross – sectional survey re...
Research Article S.R. No: 3
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THE PRACTICAL STANDARD CONSIDERING ENGLISH LITERATURE IN THE CLASSROOM
CHENDAKAPURE ACHYUT VISHWASRAO
This paper is a review of literature on how literature can be integrated as a language teaching material in EFL/ESL classes. First, it tracks down the place of literature in langua...
Research Article S.R. No: 4
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WHO SPEAKS, WHO LISTENS, WHO ACTS: AN INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR THOUGHTFUL AND UNDERSTANDING NARRATIVE
CHETAN ANILRAO AINCHWAR
Traditionally we have examined narrative structures primarily in terms of voice (who is speaking). Although a number of critics have revised how we think of voice, for example by m...
Research Article S.R. No: 5
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INTERGOVERNMENTAL POLITICS OF INDIA
BHUSARI CHANDRASHEKHAR MADHAORAO
Research Article S.R. No: 6
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FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS' LEARNINGAND ACQUISITION OF COMMUNICATION SKILLSIN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Gaikwad Rajabhau Ramrao
English, which is defined as an international language, is used by more than two and a half billion people (Strevens, 1992) as a first, second, or foreign language for communicatio...
Research Article S.R. No: 7
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EXILE LITERATURE AND THE DIASPORIC INDIAN WRITER
KALMESH AJAY MADHUKARRAO
The essay takes a holistic view of the word “exile” to encompass a range of displaced existence. It illustrates through John Simpson’s The Oxford Book of Exile the various fo...
Research Article S.R. No: 8
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A SURVEY ON THE MAURYAN EMPEROR ASHOKA THE GREAT
PAWAR VIJAYSING KISANRAO
King Asoka, the third monarch of the Indian Mauryan dynasty, has come to be regarded as one of the most exemplary rulers in world history. The British historian H.G. Wells has writ...
Research Article S.R. No: 9
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CONCORD & PEACE EDUCATION: SUGGESTIONS FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT
PRAKASH SINGH GOURISHANKAR SINGH
Research Article S.R. No: 10
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STUDY OF A FAMOUS POET: PERCY BYSSHE SHELLY
ULEMALE DIPAK UTTAMRAO
My dissertation traces the emergence of a new discourse on nonviolence conflict reconciliation during the age of the English Romantic poets. Specifically, this project examines Per...
Research Article S.R. No: 11
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A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY-LEVEL STUDENTS' REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGLISH WRITING EDUCATION
SYED WAZID SYED RASHID
This thesis reports on a case study concerning Indian student's needs for English writing instruction at Gujarat University. Through survey and interviews, the study investigates t...
Research Article S.R. No: 12
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IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND INTERNET ON OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING
Dr. Nirendra Kumar Pachauri
Distance education is an alternative mode for receiving higher education, professional education and technical education, which distinguishes it from conventional campus, based mod...
Research Article S.R. No: 13
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SCIENCE ENQUIRY MODEL AND ADVANCE ORGANISER MODEL IN ATTAINING MASTERY IN BIOLOGY
Mr. Bhavesh Kumar Singhwal
It refers to the effect of particular treatment given to a learner which produces a significant change in pupil's behavior in terms of their achievement and Self Concept. Research ...
Research Article S.R. No: 14
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METHODOLOGY FOR FUTURE TECHNOLOGY: MOBILE COMPUTING APPLICATIONS
Mr. Brijesh Kumar Singh Patel
There is a tremendous amount of interest in developing mobile enterprise computing applications, driven by recent advancements in mobile technologies and standards, as well as an i...
Research Article S.R. No: 15
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HISTORICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON TECHNOLOGICAL IMPRINTS ON ENGLISH LITERATURE
Mr. Pardeep Kumar
The natural interdependency exists all the way across the known history of the living beings! So is the English-Poetry not an exceptional. Evaluator extensive literature survey and...
Research Article S.R. No: 16
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EFFECTS OF ALCOHOLISM ON HEALTH & SPORTS PERFORMANCE
Today alcoholism is a world-wide problem and alcohol addiction is definitely on the rise all over the country. Unlike a decade ago when alcohol was taboo, today there is a social s...
Research Article S.R. No: 17
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CRY OF DISSENT IN SILLITOE’S NOVELS
British novelist, short story writer, essayist, poet, playwright, screen writer and author of children literature, Alan Sillitoe was one of England’s most prolific contemporary a...
Research Article S.R. No: 18
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A STUDY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN RELATION TO TEACHER-PUPIL RELATIONSHIP AND THEIR MENTAL HEALTH
Dr. Mamta Sharma
Research Article S.R. No: 19
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THE CONCEPT OF DRAMA IN INDIAN TRADITION
Dr. Priyam Ankit
We can look upon drama purely as a literary work or as a work of performing art. In traditional Indian drama, performative aspect of drama (natya) could be understood in the l...
Research Article S.R. No: 20
Page no: 117 - 123
Nature and Poetry of ‘Pant’
Dr. (Smt.) Ranjana Kulshreshtha
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