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: 3 Issue: 3 2013
Research Article S.R. No: 1
Page no: 1 - 8
JAISHANKAR PRASAD KE NATAKON ME GUPTKALEEN ABHIJATYA VARG KI BHUMIKA
NANNAWARE AJAY MAHADEORAO
Research Article S.R. No: 2
Page no: 9 - 15
BHARAT KA ARTHIK EVAM VYAPARIK VARTMAN PARIDRISHYA
KHANDARE SAMBHA PANDURANG
Research Article S.R. No: 3
Page no: 16 - 20
JALALUDDIN MUHAMMAD AKBAR: THE GREAT MUGHAL EMPEROR
SOLE SANJAY SHRIVANT, BIRAJDAR VISHWANATH GANPATRAO
Research Article S.R. No: 4
Page no: 21 - 26
ANALYTICAL STUDY OF THE MASS ORGANISATIONS OF THE TRIBALS OF NORTH EAST INDIA
PAWAR PANKAJ TUKARAM
Claiming freedom from the British rule, India had a ‘tryst with destiny’ on August 15th, 1947. Ever since that fateful day, the India has attempted, many a time with brute forc...
Research Article S.R. No: 5
Page no: 27 - 32
STATUS OF WOMEN IN INDIAN SOCIETY
SARVE ANITA ASARAM
Research Article S.R. No: 6
Page no: 33 - 39
INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHER EDUCATION: WORLDWIDE IMPROVEMENT
KHOBRAGADE JYOTI WASUDEO
The Global Age can be understood as an Age of Interdisciplinary, as complex global problems increasingly require interdisciplinary approaches. Interdisciplinary is a relatively nas...
Research Article S.R. No: 7
Page no: 40 - 46
A STUDY ON THE LIBRARIANS IN DIFFERENT TYPE OF LIBRARIES
RATHOD SANJAY DASHARATH, NARDALWARPREMKUMAR MAROTI
Research Article S.R. No: 8
Page no: 47 - 52
STUDY OF THE MISHING AND DEORI COMMUNITY OF ASSAM
LADE JAYANT DEORAM
Mishings presently living in plains of Assam were not a one single tribe, but evolved into one when many tribes from various Tani tribes in Arunachal Pradesh migrated to the plains...
Research Article S.R. No: 9
Page no: 53 - 57
CONTRIBUTION OF THE INDIRA GANDHI & GANDHI FAMILY IN INDIAN HISTORY
KOHPARE NILIMA BHAURAO
Research Article S.R. No: 10
Page no: 58 - 62
NEED OF CHARACTER EDUCATION IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES
Dr Sonal Shukla,Ms Neha Anand
In all the colleges of science and engineering students are taught Humanities as a subject. What is the significance of these subjects for future engineers and scientists? Not only...
Research Article S.R. No: 11
Page no: 63 - 67
BHARAT AMERICA PARMANU SAMJHAUTE KA ALOCHNATMAK MULYANKAN
UPASANA, Dr. OMPRAKASH PANWAR
Research Article S.R. No: 12
Page no: 68 - 72
BHARAT AMERICA SAMBANDH
UPASANA, Dr. OMPRAKASH PANWAR
Research Article S.R. No: 13
Page no: 73 - 89
THEY ARE NOT FROM OUR STATE: THE POLITICS OF CITIZENSHIP; A POLITICAL PARALYSIS TO NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
Toyin Cotties Adetiba
Citizenship no doubt is an important ingredient in the integration of groups in a multiethnic state which requires a direct sense of community membership based on loyalty to the co...
Research Article S.R. No: 14
Page no: 90 - 95
DEVELOPMENT OF METACOGNITIVE SKILLS IN SCIENCE STUDENTS
Dr Sushma Jakhar
One of the enduring problems that educators in the sciences must face in designing units is how to ensure a well-structured knowledge base without overburdening students with facts...
Research Article S.R. No: 15
Page no: 96 - 99
EFFECT OF BEHAVIOR IN PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDY
Mr Anoop Kumar Yadav
Social psychology and personality psychology have the same job: to seek to understand the meaningful, consequential, and for the most part social behaviors of daily life. Cognitive...
Research Article S.R. No: 16
Page no: 100 - 103
THE POETRY ON TEACHING OF ENGLISH
Mr Brijesh Kumar Singh Patel
Students in Abroad do not show much in studying English poetry. If they have a chance to select between English Poetry and some other courses, most of them would rather like some o...
Research Article S.R. No: 17
Page no: 104 - 110
ART IN ANCIENT INDIA: A CRITICAL OVERVIEW
Dr. Priyam Ankit
We say that art carries with it an element of surprise both for the creator as well as the beholder, while craft is premeditated and contrived. The important thing is that an...
Research Article S.R. No: 18
Page no: 111 - 114
SOCIAL RULES AND SELF ESTEEM OF WOMEN IN INDIA
Dr. Anjana Vashishtha Rawat
There is a quote from Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love; “You are, after all, what you think. Your emotions are the slaves to your thoughts, and you are the slave to your emo...
Research Article S.R. No: 19
Page no: 115 - 120
NURTURING EDUCATORS, LEARNERS THROUGH NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS TO CREATE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
Dr. Lokesh Tripathi
Teachers are the individual who provides education to any learner i.e. the student of our today's schools. Our role is often formal and ongoing, carried out in classroom or any oth...
Research Article S.R. No: 20
Page no: 121 - 123
SEPARATION, HOSTILITY, AND INNER CONFLICT IN THE NOVELS OF NAMITA GOKHALE
Dr. Alpna Rastogi
The literary artist develops his theme with the help of conflict —external or internal or both. Most of the psychologist’s study conflict in correlation to frustration, stresse...
Research Article S.R. No: 21
Page no: 124 - 131
STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION ON SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS
Dr Shuchi Mittal
The aim of teaching science is to help the students to lead a useful life in the society. Because in today's progressive society new problems are arising. To solve these problems, ...
Research Article S.R. No: 22
Page no: 132 - 140
NATURALNESS IN THE DESCRIPTION OF SEASONS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF VOLUME AND POETRY IN VISHVAHRIDAYA VALMIKI RAMAYANA
Dr. Neeraj Kumari
The summary is that the poet creates the poetic world like the human world to present the poem in a specific environment. We call this description of nature by the poet. In Praband...
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