International Journal of Research in Social Sciences & Humanities
(By Aryavart International University, India)
International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal
E-ISSN : 2249 - 4642 | P-ISSN: 2454 - 4671
SJIF 2020: 6.179 | SJIF 2021: 6.064
DISTRICT WISE STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF GROWTH OF WOMEN IN SCHOOLING, WORK STATUS, MARRIAGE AND INSTITUTIONAL DELIVERIES OF RAJASTHAN
Anshu Nagori, Dr. Rashmi Jaiswal
This paper shows the growth of women across various districts of Rajasthan. An analysis is done to identify the districts which shows decline in the growth of women literacy rate ...
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN RWANDA, A CASE OF GICUMBI DISTRICT
This paper investigates how women entrepreneurs can contribute to economic development of the country especially in Rwanda. The questionnaires were distributed to thirty two for d...
ONE PART WOMAN: A REVIEW
Dr. Anuradha Nongmaithem
ALL ARUNACHAL PRADESH STUDENTS’ UNION: A STUDY OF ITS HISTORY AND LEADERSHIP
Dr. Kuku Panyang
CHALLENGES TO EFFECTIVE EDUCATIONAL DELIVERY IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BASIC SCHOOLS IN BAYELSA STATE
Peter P Akpe
This is an investigation of the challenges to effective educational delivery in public and private basic schools in Bayelsa State. The descriptive survey design was adopted. The s...
THE ROLE OF WORK LIFE BALANCE ON EMPLOYEE TURNOVER IN THE FLOWER INDUSTRY IN THE NORTH RIFT KENYA
Maureen Jemutai Chemirmir, Richard Musebe, Benard Kibeti Nassiuma
Work life balance benefits are universally appealing and foster the perception that the organisation is supportive of employees’ personal needs. Employee engagement serves as a ...
HANDLOOM WEAVER’S CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES IN PRAKASEM DISTRICT, ANDHRA PRADESH: A CASE STUDY
B. VENKATESWARLU, Dr. A. SATHISH BABU
Co-operative form of organization is considered most suitable for the age old traditional and biggest industry in India. According to the census of 2011 it is estimated that 923 m...
THE EFFECTS OF INFORMAL QUARRYING ON PEOPLE’S HEALTH: A STUDY OF LUSAKA DISTRICT
Cecilia K Muchepa Muzyamba
The construction sector in Zambia was leading by demand of the mining industry, shopping centres, infrastructure development, residential buildings, and offices. This growth contr...
STRIDHANA: A CRITICAL APPROACH
Leepakshi Rajpal, Mayank Vats
This paper primarily focuses on the Stridhan and the Property rights of a woman. It continuously focuses on the various aspects of the Stridhan. It commences with the introduction...
A STUDY ON CELEBRITY ADVERTISING OF ONLINE BRANDS
NEHA GERA, AASITA BALI
E commerce has become one of the fastest growing markets in India. Many online portals have come up with various television commercials with celebrities endorsing them which furth...
LIFESTYLE CHANGES IN THE MONGA AFFECTED AREA: PAST AND PRESENT SCENARIO OF SHAGHATA UPAZILLA, GAIBANDHA, RANGPUR, BANGLADESH
Tazrina Jahan Chowdhury, Abdus Sobhan Emran and Tajbeul Ibn Mizan Ridoy
A wide variety of natural disasters including flood, drought, river erosion and cold wave have been affecting the lives of people of north-west Bangladesh. Although the climatic a...
RECONSIDERING CUNEIFORM AND BIBLICAL DISTANZANGABEN OR “LONG PERIOD” REFERENCES
Koot van Wyk
Long period dating references or Distanzangaben can be found in both cuneiform texts and the Masoretic Text of the Old Testament. In this article five of them are selected. One re...
EXPORT STATUS OF FLORICULTURE IN KARNATAKA: AN ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVE
Shreeram. K.P, Dr. D.S.Leelavathi
Floriculture industry is very dynamic in its varieties and trade volumes. It also gets more and more diverse in terms of global actors. Now there are about 120 countries actively ...
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