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Various species of duckweeds commonly occurs in lakes, ponds and growing alone or in association with aquatic plants. Spirodela polyrhiza also widely occur in different parts of India. The present investigation was therefore undertaken to study the effect of extract of Spirodela polyrhiza on different characters in Indian mustard variety Basanti, which may help in increasing the oil production of mustard. However, Dosimetry study performed for the effect of Spirodela polyrhiza extract on the seedling growth of Indian mustard variety Basanti showed a maximum increase in the length of primary root, shoot and in number of secondary roots.

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प्रस्तुत अध्ययन सरकारी विद्यालयों के अध्यापकों में समायोजन का अध्ययन का उद्देष्य है। क्योंकि अध्यापकों का समायोजन षैक्षिक प्रक्रिया प्रमुख कारक है। जिसका सीधा असर विद्यालय के वातावरण, परीक्षा परिणाम, अनुषासन व्यवस्था पर पड़ता है। प्रस्तुत षोध में सरकारी विद्यालयों को सवेक्षण विधि से उनके समायोजन क्षमता के अध्ययन हेतु पांचों जिलों के सरकारी विद्यालयों के कुल 250 अध्यापकों (125 पुरूश अध्यापक $ 125 महिला अध्यापिकाएं) को न्यादर्ष में षामिल किया है। मंगल अध्यापक समायोजन मापनी एस के मंगल द्वारा निर्मित मापनी का प्रयोग किया गया है। प्राप्त दत्तों के विष्लेशण के लिए मध्यमान, प्रमाप विचलन और टी-मान का प्रयोग किया गया है। षोध के सम्प्राप्तियों में पाया कि षहरी एवं ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के सरकारी विद्यालयों के पुरूश अध्यापकों के समायोजन में 0ण्01 स्तर पर सार्थक अन्तर है। षहरी एवं ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के सरकारी विद्यालयों की महिला अध्यापिकाओं के समायोजन के सम्पूर्ण आयामों के योग में 0ण्01 स्तर पर सार्थक अन्तर है।

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The use of technology has the positive impact on student’s attitude & achievement but it can actually be harmful to health when not used in ergonomically good environment. Main objective of the study was to compare the ergonomic awareness of college students having optional computers and students not having optional computers. The hypothesis was formulated that the ergonomic awareness towards computer use among students having optional computer is significantly higher than those not having optional computer. For the testing this hypothesis 800 College students were selected studying in undergraduate colleges located in Jhunjhunu district was drawn using stratified random sampling technique. Ergonomic Awareness Questionnaire was developed by researcher. Mean, S.D. and t-test statistical techniques were used for interpretation and analysis of data. Major findings: there is significant difference in ergonomic awareness’s dimensions of computer use having optional computer subject and having not optional computer subject students. As shown mean value of both group have given; optional computer subject students scored more than having not optional computer subject students of college level, it indicated that optional computer subject students have more ergonomic aware about computer use compare to having not optional computer subject.

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In the recent years, the concept of the emotional intelligence among teachers has been taken attention in the educational institutions due to its great importance. The main objective of the study is to study and examine the difference of emotional intelligence between male and female teachers of Government and private secondary school. Ho= There is no significant difference of emotional intelligence between male teachers of Government and private secondary school, was formulated and analysis of this hypothesis 600 teachers drawn from Secondary schools. A stratified randomization technique of sampling was employed. Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) developed by Dr. P. SriNivasan and Mr. K. Murugesan was administrated. Mean, S.D. and t-test statistical techniques were used for interpretation and analysis of data. Major findings: there is significant difference of emotional intelligence’s dimension ‘self awareness’, ‘self management’ and sum of all dimensions between male teachers of Government and private secondary school. And there is significant difference of emotional intelligence’s dimension ‘self awareness’, ‘self management’ and sum of all dimensions between female teachers of Government and private secondary school.

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Experience economy needs a delivery model which enables people for not only accomplishment of desired goal but also in the process have a better quality of experience. A delivery mechanism based on the human analogy is presented and a use case is developed and explored the application of an ontology which functions as enterprise application integration framework in getting the relevant information in light of occurrence of change event and making the relevant information available to the context.

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Academic Libraries are the Partner in quality teaching, learning and research. Academic Libraries under Govt. of Odisha are not modernized, therefore not able to attract the users. Therefore the libraries must follow some common practices and government must provide trained manpower to avoid staff crunch and smooth functioning of the libraries.

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Human resources are considered as important assets and are different from the physical assets. Physi¬cal assets do not have feelings and emotions, whereas human assets are subjected to various types of feelings and emotions. In the same way, unlike physical assets human assets never get depreciated. Therefore, the valuations of human resources along with other assets are also required in order to find out the total cost of an organization. In 1960s, Rensis Likert along with other social researchers made an attempt to define the concept of human resource accounting (HRA). Human Resource Accounting (HRA) is a new branch of accounting. It is based on the traditional concept that all expenditure of human capital formation is treated as a charge against the revenue of the period as it does not create any physical asset. But now a day this concept has changed and the cost incurred on any asset (as human resources) should be capitalized as it yields benefits measurable in monetary terms.

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बालक का प्रारंभिक जीवन परिवार में माता.पिताए भाई.बहन एवं परिवार के अन्य सदस्यों के बीच व्यतीत होता है स जब बालक विद्यालय जीवन में प्रवेश करता है तो उसे एक नए संसार का आभास होता है और उसे उस नए संसार में समायोजन करने के लिए नवीन गुणों का अर्जन करना पड़ता हैए इस नवीन संसार में प्रवेश करने से उसके सामाजिक संपर्क का दायरा विस्तृत हो जाता है अब उसका संपर्क अपने शिक्षकोंए सहपाठियों एवं मित्र मंडली से होता है इस प्रकार के सभी संपर्क बालक के समाजीकरण की प्रक्रिया को एक नई दिशा प्रदान करते हैंए यह संपर्क अपने आप में महत्वपूर्ण है स

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संसाधनों के रूप मे मानव संसाधन का केन्द्रीय स्थान है क्योंकि प्रकृति का कोई पदार्थ तब तक संसाधन नही वन सकता जब तक कि मनुष्य अपनी आवश्यकताओं की पूर्ति के लिए उसका उपयोग नही करता, मानव ने उर्वरा शक्ति का प्रयोग करके जलवायु की दशाआंे के अनुसार विविध कृषि फसलों को उगा कर मिट्टी को एक महत्वपूर्ण संसाधन बना दिया है तथा जलविद्युत उत्पादन आदि द्वारा जल को एक संसाधन का रूप दे दिया है। उसने भू-पृष्ठ पर पाये जाने वाले महत्वपूर्ण खनिज तथा ऊर्जा के संसाधनो का आर्थिक संसाधनो के रूप मे विकास किया है। खनिज पदार्थ मावन द्वारा उपयोग के पूर्व भी पृथ्वाी के गर्भ मे उपस्थित थे

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I have undertaken a study on mutual funds. The mutual fund sectors are one of the fastest growing sectors in Indian Economy and have awesome potential for sustained future growth. Mutual funds make saving and investing simple, accessible, and affordable. The advantages of mutual funds include professional management, diversification, variety, liquidity, affordability, convenience, and ease of recordkeeping – as well as strict government regulation and full disclosure. In this paper, the impacts of occupation on investors’ attitude towards mutual fund have been studied.

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Land which includes soil, water and associated plants and animals is a complex and dynamic combination of factors like – Geology, Topography, Hydrology, soils, Micro climates and community of plants and animals that are continuously inter-acting under influence of climate and people’s activities. The use to which land is put is determined by owners, farmers, government institutions, etc. according to their own perception of needs. Such decisions are also influence by physical factors like soil and climate, technology and socio-economic aspirations of community. In western Uttar Pradesh, It is observed that the total reporting area has changed in entire period from 8069224 hectare to 7300536 hectare.out of which a big proportion of 5597634 hectare (76.67%) is under net sown area followed by other land non agriculture of 833895 hectare (11.42%), forest 331872 hectare (4.55%), current fallow land 181740 hectare (2.49%), old fallow land 99931hectare (1.37%), groves and gardens 45821 hectare (0.63%), barren and un-cultivated land 112952 hectare (1.55%), cultivated waste land 83112 hectare (1.14%) and pasture land13579 hectare (0.19%). Population of the region has grown up because of easy availability of fertile land and water so the demand of land is increasing for the different use. The land use pattern of western Uttar Pradesh has changed during the entire period 2001 to 2011

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This paper provides a detailed understanding about the newer form of crime as known white collar crimes. With the advent of technology and grouth of education, white collar crimes are on the rise, being protected by professionals in law findings loopholes in the existing law and judiciary and support from the government indirectly.

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In the recent years, it has been observed that target of development is achieved by reduced regional disparity and improving the status of the women. The govt. of India since after liberalizing economic policies made efforts to overcome the disparities between male and female workers. These efforts were meant for ensuring economic stability in the country and equal opportunity for all. However there is no such improvement felt for those who are concerned with gender disparity. It is well known that benefits of development are distributed unevenly. The female work force participation in India on the basis of census data clearly shows that it has declined since 1921 both as a percentage of workers to total female population and as a percentage, to total labour force. The employment condition of India in recent past are not good. There is decline in employment in rural areas especially for females. But now it is a puzzle that why rural female labour force participation declined in recent years.

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Tax is an important source of revenue and is thus, inevitable for raising financial resources for any government to achieve development goals, poverty reduction, and creation of infrastructure to sustain the long term growth plan. A government especially of a developing economy constantly strives for achieving higher revenue to promote national economic development and increase country’s competitiveness on a global platform by maintaining an equitable system of tax.

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Women have come a long way from just being a homemaker. The most famous saying said by the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is “To awaken the people, it is the women who must be awakened. Once she is on the move, the family moves, the village moves, the nation moves”. Woman who innovates, imitates or adopts a business activity is called women entrepreneur. The emergence of women entrepreneur and their contribution in national economy is quite visible in India. This paper tries to study the growth of women entrepreneurs in India during the different decades.