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Management researchers have long believed that organisational goals are unattainable without effective use of motivational concepts. One key element of leadership is the ability to get others to do something, creating an influence. This paper is designed to help familiarise readers with the concepts related to motivation. Some popular theories will be reviewed and discussed. A leader must be able to motivate others to achieve goals, accomplish tasks, and complete objectives. Motivation is one key indicator of behaviour. We behave in a way that will satisfy motive based on a need. However, we don’t always have the luxury of knowing what our needs or motives are. Knowing potential areas of motivation, like the ones discussed in this module, can provide guidance in working with and discussing concerns with others.

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Hon’ble Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi on 15th August, 2014 announced “Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) which is a National Mission for Financial Inclusion with an ambitious objective of covering all households in the country with banking facilities and to open at least one bank account for each household. It has been launched on 28th August, 2014 across the nation simultaneously. A total of 1728 62417 accounts have been opened till 29th July, 2015 out of which 104441760 accounts have been opened from rural areas and 68420657 accounts from the urban areas across the country. Maximum numbers of accounts in absolute terms have been opened in Uttar Pradesh followed by Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. In Union Territories, the first place goes to Chandigarh (15.5 Percent) followed by Delhi (12.6 Percent). The PMJDY is presently provides the basis for transferring various subsidies directly into the bank accounts of beneficiaries. It can further be utilized for various other purposes as well like mobilization of extra resources which remain idle otherwise and to check black marketing.

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Stress is a normal physical response to events that makes one feel threatened or disturbs our balance in some way. It is an unpleasant psychological and physiological state caused due to some internal or external demands that go beyond our capacity. Modern life is full of such hassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. For many children, stress is so common that it has become a way of life. However, stress isn’t always bad. In small doses, it can help students perform better under pressure and motivate them to do their best. But when they’re constantly running in an emergency mode, their mind and body pay the price. Many studies have shown that stress kills the brain cells leaving the children depressed, anxious, fearful, immature, needy, and unable to learn new behaviors.

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The article attempts to focus on feminism as the central theme in Socialite Evenings (1989). Mary Wollstone Craft, a British writer, philosopher and the mother of feminism, in her A vindication of the Rights of Woman with Structures on Political and Moral Subjects (1792) argues that women are not naturally inferior to men, but only appear to be because they lack education. She suggests that both men and women should be treated as rational beings and imagines a social order founded on reason.

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The history of the World Trade Organization begins in 1994, but the transformation of the world trade regulation occurred over the entire forty seven year GATT operation (from 1947 to 1994)4. Nevertheless, the 1994 WTO Treaty was very important because it led to the institutionalization of the GATT, and it established the foundation for a new organization with legal personality, the World Trade Organization. Before this institutionalization, no administrative machinery existed: yet in 1947, GATT articles XXII and XXIII established that if a violation of an agreement occurs, the contracting parties had to mutually settle any disputes without the possibility to apply before a court or another dispute settlement body. The Interim Commission of the ITO provided the administrative services, and the intergovernmental meetings between the contracting parties were responsible for direction and oversight.

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ः- भारतीय संस्कृति व सभ्यता में नारी को देवी के रूप में पूजा गया है, इसलिए यह कथन उचित प्रतीत होता है-‘‘यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते, रमन्ते तत्र देवता’’ अर्थात् जहाँ नारी की पूजा होती है, वहाँ देवता निवास करते हैं। शायद ही अन्य किसी संस्कृति में महिलाओं को इतना उच्च स्थान दिया होगा, परन्तु वास्तविकता यह है कि भारतीय समाज में महिला सदियों से पीडि़त रही है। गर्भावस्था से लेकर वृद्धावस्था तक उसके साथ भेदभाव किया जाता रहा है। प्राचीन समय में स्त्रियों की स्थिति दयनीय थी। वह घर के अन्दर, घर के लोगों द्वारा प्रताडि़त होने के लिये विवश थी। उसे भर पेट खाना न देना, ताने देना, मारना-पीटना, पढ़ने न देना, यौन हिंसा करना आदि आम बात थी। स्त्रियों का घर से बाहर निकलना ही अशुभ माना जाता था। विवाह के नाम पर उनका क्रय-विक्रय किया जाता था।

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Production means conversion of raw material into finished product and involves large amount of investment on various factors of production like labour, machinery, raw material etc. The sales of the industrial units depend upon quality and quantity of production which must be according to the needs of the customers otherwise it will affect the position or status of the company. Further Labour is a very important factor of production as it is only the alive factor among 5 Ms (Men, Money, Machine and Methods) So it must be fully satisfied as uninterrupted and smooth production depends upon the labour and if the labour will not be satisfied they will not work with full zeal and they will be destructed through their own problems. .In the present study, recognizing the importance of small-scale industries (SSI) to the Indian economy and with a view to extend the benefits of its expertise to the SSI sector, an attempt has been made to analyses the input logistics used in production along with the problems being face by the industrial units established during Pre- liberalized period and Post liberalized period.

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God created this beautiful universe, and provided each and every thing to man to dominate it. With evolution, the man started to think about himself. He started making communities and became the creator of Gods of his religion. No one knows how much ancient the history of religion is. With time this very religion started to bind people of the particular community. They started to make the idols of their religions and began to worship them. But soon they started to fight over the superiority on their religions. No man of a religion is ready to anything against his religion. In my present paper, I want to throw light on the superstitions prevailed in India in every religion and how the fabulous hero who is also known as Mr. Perfectionist, Aamir Khan, conveys a beautiful message of eradicating the blind faiths on the name of religion. In this paper, with the help of the basic ideas assigned by this fantastic movie, I want to show how even colours are associated with religion.

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: Kautilya has dedicated a full chapter to Ganikas. He has appointed a state officer Ganikadhyaksha to extend state control over the activities and earnings of Ganikas. Ganikas has been mentioned in almost texts belonging to different ideologies. The writers doesn’t hold equal attitude towards Ganikas. Buddhist and Jaina texts distinguish them as highly respected and free woman. Brahmin and Sanskrit texts doesn’t pay such respect and don’t make any much difference between she and others. Brahmin texts look at them with hatred and often place them along other prostitutes. Ganikas like Ambapali, Vasantsena were highly dignified ladies even respected by the king and royal family members. Ganikas are seen as the free women, in all aspects of life by Buddhist texts. Kautilya is found to place them under the command of his king. Kautilya’s Ganika appeared more enslaved sex worker than a free woman. The work tries to reveal some facts about Kautilya’s Ganika and other women engaged in the profession of prostitution.

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The study of heat and mass transfer is of great practical importance to engineers and scientists because of its almost universal occurrence in many branches of science and engineering. The effect of porosity parameter and buoyancy ratio parameter for aiding and opposing flows in MHD stokes problem for the flow of an electrically conducting, incompressible, viscous fluid past an impulsively started infinite vertical plate in the presence of variable temperature and uniform mass diffusion. The governing equations dimensionless forms are solved using the Laplace transform technique. In this paper, Solutions for the velocity and skin friction are obtained for different porosity parameter and multiple buoyancy effects for adding and opposing flows.

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The primary objective of any country is the overall growth and development of a country. The government should focus on the welfare and developmental activities which requires finance. Tax is considered a major source of revenue for a government. Therefore, the development of a country is related to the tax revenue generated. This paper examines the direct tax and indirect tax revenue collected in India. The main objective of this paper is to analyse the comparative study of direct tax revenue and indirect tax revenue in India and also suggest certain measures to increase the same. The study covered twelve years period from financial year 2000-2001 to 2011-2012 This research is based on secondary data collected from various newspapers, books, research papers, Union Budget and Economic Survey, Ministry of Finance and other websites and other published resources. The researcher has used various tools for analysis like average, Simple percentage technique and diagram presentation. Data have been represented in tabular forms and line charts. The present study is also to attempts the role of direct and indirect tax in development of Indian economy. The study clearly shows that taxes plays an important role in Indian economy development. The researcher concluded that there has been increase in the tax revenue but still there are certain inadequacies which need to be improved.