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Past Issue : Volume: 3 Issue: 2 2013

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 Page no: 001-007

STRATEGY AND RULE IN STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES IN SCHOOLS

Neeta Aeron

The survey approach to educational problems is one of the most commonly used approaches. It is used in studying local as well as state, national and international comparison, measu...

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 Page no: 008-016

ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA ON PERCENTAGE BASIS

Neeta Aeron

Percentages of different methods being adopted by the teachers teaching environmental studies in public and govt. schools of urban and rural area at primary level. First individual...

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 Page no: 017-029

DO KENYAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES HAVE THE POTENTIAL OF INCOME GENERATING UNITS? A CASE OF MOI UNIVERSITY, KENYA

Musera Geoffrey

Due to a decline in government funding, public universities are experiencing financial crisis of unprecedented proportions. The crisis is threatening to reduce the capacity of the ...

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 Page no: 030-038

STUDY ON SUCCESSFUL GIFTED CHILD PERSONALITY TYPE

Sunita Kumari

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 Page no: 039-045

STUDY ON SECONDARY FACTORS ON GIFTEDNESS OF CHILDREN

Sunita Kumari

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 Page no: 046-055

RESENTMENT OF CORRUPTION IN INDIA: RESPONSIBILITY OF COMMUNAL SOCIETY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO JAIPUR AD AJMER DISTRICTS OF RAJASTHAN

Vimal Sharma

Corruption Struggle by the conscious people of Jaipur and Ajmer Districts of Rajsthan, Supporting the cause, thousands joined in a candle lit procession in Guwahati on April 8. The...

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 Page no: 056-066

ASSESMENT OF MASSES ON CORRUPTION AND PRESENT STATUS OF CORRUPTION IN INDIA ON GLOBAL LEVEL A CASE STUDY

Vimal Sharma

Over Two Thousand citizens of Jaipur and Ajmer Districts of Rajasthan were interviewed in the house to house survey carried out to assess the citizens perceptions on corruption pre...

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 Page no: 067-087

EFFICIENCY AND COMPETITIVENESS OF BANKNOTE PRINTING INDUSTRY IN INDIA

N. KRISHNASWAMY

Indian banknote printing industry has undergone major structural changes in the past decade. This has been explored in this study with special focus to its performance. This study ...

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 Page no: 088-096

EMPOWERMENT OF TRIBAL ADOLESCENTS THROUGH LIFE SKILL EDUCATION

Dhanya N.

During the 21st century, globally life is underlying significant transition and change. Among the most affected are the adolescents. Technological advances have made the world a gl...

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 Page no: 097-101

STUDY OF CENTRALIZATION & DECENTRALIZATION OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

ANDHALE BABASAHEB RAMKISHAN

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 Page no: 102-107

STUDY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TO OBTAIN SELF-CONFIDENCE FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN STUDENTS

WARKARI BALUSA SUNDARSA

Physical activity rates have been shown to decline over the lifespan. In an attempt to combat this decline, researchers have been completing several types of studies in order to un...

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 Page no: 108-112

INTERDISCIPLINARY LIBRARY EDUCATION

MAGARE HIRALAL PRABHUDAS

The Global Age can be understood as an Age of Interdisciplinarity, as complex global problems increasingly require interdisciplinary approaches. Interdisciplinarity is a relatively...

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 Page no: 113-116

GOOD GOVERNANCE, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA

Dr. Jitendra Sahoo

This paper is an attempt to find out the linkage between good governance and human rights at a theoretical level. It would also throw some light on the capability of the Indian sta...

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 Page no: 117-123

RESEARCH OF PAST UNIVERSITY LEARNING DISTANCE EDUCATION AND FUTURE MOBILE LEARNING: THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEARNING

Mr. Sudhir Kumar Singh

Education and training is the process by which the wisdom, knowledge and skills of one generation are passed on to the next. This education process has been going on since time imm...

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 Page no: 124-127

THE METHOD OF TEACHING ENGLISH IN VARIOUS SCHOOLS: NATIVE STUDENTS

Mrs. Geetanjali Yadav

This article summarizes the general literature related to teaching English in schools with Native students and reports the results of an interview of this topic with a group of pra...

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 Page no: 128-133

ECOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS AND FOOTPRINTS WITH AREA BASED INDICATORS OF SUSTAINABILITY

Mrs. Jyotsana

Conventional wisdom suggests that because of technology and trade, human carrying capacity is infinitely expandable and therefore virtually irrelevant to demography and development...

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 Page no: 134-138

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP) IN TECHNOLOGICAL AND VOCATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION IN ABROAD

Mrs. Sonia

This paper is in an attempt to examine ‘English for Specific Purposes” (ESP) in technological and vocational higher education in Abroad. The view of the heads and teachers of A...

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