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Many crops are grown in India some of them are food grain cereals, fruits, pulses and oilseeds plants and another crops which are having “Cash Crops terminology” that are sugarcane, cotton, tobacco opium, mint, menthol, chikori, tea, coffee etc. Some out of them have in toxic properties and nicotine used by the people in various form; tobacco is an important commercial

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किशोर का जीवनकाल विभिन्न समस्याओं से ग्रस्ति रहता है क्योंकि यह उनका संक्रमण काल होता है तो उन्हें समायोजन से संबंधित समस्याओं का सामना करना पड़ता है। उनके समायोजन का स्तर क्या है? तथा सकारी एवं निजी विद्यालयों के विद्यार्थियों की समस्याओं का उनके समयोजन पर पड़ने वाले प्रभाव का अध्ययन करना इस षोधपत्र का प्रमुख उद्देष्य था। इस हेतु षोधकत्र्री ने षून्य परिकल्पनाओं का निर्माण किया साथ 1000 किषोर विद्यार्थियों को उनकी समस्याओं के स्तर के आधार पर उच्च, सामान्य एवं निम्न तीन वर्गों में विभाजित किया गया। मानकीकृत परीक्षण का प्रयोग कर दत्त संकलन कार्य सर्वेक्षण विधि से किया गया। मुख्य निश्कर्श में पाया कि सरकारी विद्यालयों की समस्याओं से ग्रसित सामान्य एवं निम्न स्तर के विद्यार्थियों का समायोजन के सभी पक्षों में निजी विद्यालयों के विद्यार्थियों की अपेक्षा में अधिक सक्षम है।

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To compare the emotional state of type-1 and type-2 diabetics a sample of 200 diabetics (100 type-1 and 100 type-2), age 35-55years, was randomly selected from Jalaun and Agra district of Uttar Pradesh (India). Eight state questionnaires was administered on these subjects. Critical Ratio was applied to study the significance of difference. Result of the study revealed no significant difference

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The era of globalisation is marked by the interdependence and interconnectedness of world economies. The world has converted into a global village, creation of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is also a step further in economic integration of the region. However, the integration process in South Asia is fraught with difficulties,

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Government of India, on the basis of OASIS Report, implemented the pension reforms in India by shifting from old defined benefit pension scheme to new defined contributory pension scheme which is known as New Pension Scheme or NPS. Various models have been launched under the scheme e.g. ‘Central Government Model’, ‘State Government Model’, ‘Corporate Sector Model’, ‘All Citizen Model’, ‘NPS-Swavalamban (NPS-Lite)’ and ‘Atal Pension Yojna’. Any citizen of India, whether employed or unemployed can open a Tier-I account under ‘All Citizen Model’ of NPS. The investors under ‘All Citizen Model’ have the option to invest in various assets classes namely Assets Class ‘E’, ‘C’ and ‘G’ by selecting ‘Auto Choice’ and ‘Active Choice’ subject to certain restrictions. The Investors have the option to open Tier-I and Tier-II account under the NPS. In the present study, the performance of Equity Scheme (Tier-I) has been analyzed for the period 1st May, 2009 to 30th Sept., 2015 with the help of various statistical and financial measures e.g. Standard Deviation, Coefficient of Variation, Beta Coefficient, Correlation Coefficient, Coefficient of Determination, Sharpe Ratio, Jensen’s Alpha and Treynor’s Index. It was found that, the performance of SBIPF which is the largest asset holder in the segment is not satisfactory as it fails to generate the returns to beat the benchmark returns. Its other indicators are in negative and Sharpe Ratio is lower than the Sharpe Ratio of benchmark index. Similarly, the performance of LICPF,

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The Post-Modern Period brought drastic changes in every sphere of human life. It is the transitional age in which the notion of fixity, rationality, boundary, originality, purity, histories, homeland, cultural superiority and belongingness are shackled by post-modern and post-colonial theories. The concept so called ‘pure culture’, ‘fixed identity’ and ‘absolute territory’ are become age old concepts. The concept of fixity changed into liminality. In the contemporary period the concept such as globalization, cosmopolitanism, hybridization, double consciousness, multiple identities and cultural fundamentalism brought drastic changes in contemporary literature and society. This changed outlook is apparent in contemporary diasporic writing where the cultural as well as social problem of immigrant society is depicted. This essay is an attempt to show how human being lost his ‘roots’ or ‘self’ and became alien and strange in foreign land and how he constantly tries to negotiate and acculturate in this globalized and cosmopolitan world. This essay also studies the problem of diasporic family who is culturally as well as geographically displaced, who is constantly longing for their imaginary homeland in foreign culture.

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The institution of an efficient, effective and responsive administrative system is crucial to the delivery of democratic mandate in any political system. Having adopted a Parliamentary form of government, India opted for continuity with the civil service system that existed during the British rule. The federal framework implied that States would have their own administrative arrangements.

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The Rashtrakutas of Manyakheta were great patrons of art and architecture, especially cave and temple architecture. During the Rashtrakutas age that architecture- art witressed a new efflorescence. Rashtrakutas art is stimulated by religion and centre around sacred subjects. Shiva is one of the principal deities of Hinduism. One of the most striking characteristics of the rashtrakutas religious tradition is the imposrtance of Lord shiva worship. Gangadhara is a very common theme in the saivite art, Gangadhara shiva is the form of shiva that holds Ganga on his matted locks. The story of Gangadhara shiva is associated with the arrival of Ganga on earth. Ganga is the most sacred river of India.

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Nayantara Sahgal is acclaimed as the only political novelist, at least among women writers. As A. V. Krishna Rao observes, “Nayantara Sahgal is perhaps one of our best socio-political novelists today.”1 She confines her novels to the affluent society involved in politics. Her main contribution thematically has been her deep involvement and concern with politics. However, her absorbing concern with politics is not divorced from humanistic concern.

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Crime is a well known concept and it is a negative approach by nature. It is very harmful to any society. Crime against women is also a very serious problem of the contemporary world. The rate of crime against women is increasing very rapidly day by day. India has witnessed an increase in crimes against women over the past few decades due to various economic, cultural, and social factors. This crime is also increased in the state of Punjab, especially the sexual offences including rape cases.

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समतापूर्वक कर्तव्य कर्मों का आचरण करना ही कर्मयोग कहलाता है। कर्म योग में खास निष्काम भाव की मुख्यता है। निष्काम भाव न रहने पर केवल ‘कर्म’ होते हैं, कर्मयोग नहीं होता। शास्त्रविह्ति कर्तव्य कर्म करने पर भी यदि निष्काम भाव नहीं है तो उन्हें कर्म ही कहा जाता है,