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Workforce diversity is a primary concern for most of the businesses. Today’s organisations need to recognise and manage workforce diversity effectively. Many articles have been written on this topic but there is no specific definition of workforce diversity. The main purpose of this article is to review the literature of workforce diversity. What is workforce diversity? What are the benefits of workforce diversity in organisations, what management can do to enhance workforce diversity in organisations? What are the disadvantages of workforce diversity? .This questions would be main purpose of this article

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The importance of water is too obvious to require much elaboration. Water is life. It is one of the most critical natural resources for the continuance of life on earth. It is a scarce, precious and replenish able natural resource which cannot be created. Its true value can be known only when it is not available its value can be gauged by the energy and time spent in traversing to fetch a pot of water. The sources of water are mainly surface and ground water. To some extent, these are interdependent as the use of one source affects the availability of the other. Utilisation of each source varies depending upon its availability.

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The central feature of the agrarian system under the Mughals was the alienation from the peasant of his surplus produce (produce over and above the subsistence level) in the form of land revenue which was the main source of state's income. Early British administrators regarded the land revenue as rent of the soil because they had a notion that the king was the owner of the land. Subsequent studies of Mughal India have shown that it was a tax on the crop and was thus different from the land revenue as conceived by the British. Abul Fazl in his Ain-i Akbari justifies the imposition of taxes by the state saying that these are the remuneration of sovereignty, paid in return for protection and justice.

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ICT is buzz word in modern era of Technology. ICT has been used for various options. The author describes two options for which ICT stand for viz. Information and Communication Technology & Information, Communication and Technology. The paper highlights the conceptual framework along with drawbacks and Cost & Benefits of ICT. The uses of ICT for preventions of human rights have been elaborated in this paper.

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शिक्षा का उद्देश्य संस्कृति व सभ्यता के संरक्षण तथा प्रसार के साथ ही समाज की भावी पीढ़ी में अन्तः ज्ञान और कौशल का विकास करना भी है। प्राथमिक शिक्षा सभी स्तरों की शिक्षा से महत्वपूर्ण है। प्राथमिक शिक्षा का आधार है, जिसके आधार पर हम सुदृढ़ समाज का निर्माण कर सकते हैं। फैजाबाद जनपद के शिक्षामित्र व विशिष्ट बी.टी.सी. प्रशिक्षणार्थियों का शिक्षण के प्रति अभिवृति का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन किया है।

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Indian stock market has seen a near persistent bull run. Between November 23, 2011 and November 28, 2014, the closing value of the Sensex rose by 280 per cent, or an average of more than 90 per cent a year. This was a time when households were cutting back on their financial savings with the ratio of gross financial savings of households to GDP falling from 15.1 per cent in 2009-10 to 10.3 per cent in 2012-13. Households in India have very low exposure to equities in terms of their financial holdings. In fact, a recent article in The Wall Street Journal noted that Indians have about 2% of their total financial assets in stocks. This is very low compared to other countries such as the U.S. where the rate is 35%.

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Gandhara was the name given to the land and its associated civilization that existed in what is now northern Pakistan and Afghanistan from the mid 1st millennium BCE to the beginning of the 2nd millennium CE and consisted of multiple dynasties which ruled over the same area but which were linked by their adoption of Buddhism as a religion for the most part and also of the Indo-Greek artistic tradition as its cultural identity.

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In multiprocessor systems, an efficient scheduling of a parallel program onto the processors that minimizes the entire execution time is vital for achieving a high performance. The problem of multiprocessor scheduling may be required for both related and unrelated tasks. The main objective of any multiprocessor scheduling algorithm is to schedule the tasks or jobs in optimized way so that performance of the processors may be optimized. In this paper, we have discussed about multiprocessor scheduling algorithms with the load sharing.

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Genetic Algorithm (GA) is part of a broader soft computing paradigm known as evolutionary computation. They attempt to arrive at optimal solutions through a process similar to biological evolution. This involves following the principles of survival of the fittest, and crossbreeding and mutation to generate better solutions from a pool of existing solutions. Genetic algorithm is a population-based search method. Genetic algorithms are acknowledged as good solvers for tough problems. However, no standard GA takes constraints into account. This paper describes how genetic algorithms can be used for solving constraint satisfaction problems.