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अकादमिक शिक्षा, बच्चों को उनके आसपास के वातावरण की सामाजिक ,प्रकृतिक ,राजनैतिक और आर्थिक वास्तविकताओं के प्रति निर्देशित एवं व्यवस्थित ढंग से जागरूक एवं संवेदनशील करने का एक बेहद महत्वपूर्ण ज़रिया है । अकादमिक शिक्षा को हम उद्देश्यों और लक्ष्यों की सीमाओं से परे एक जागरूक नागरिक निर्माण की प्रक्रिया के रूप में सरलता से समझ सकते हैं ।

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Capital market plays an important role in the growth and development of a Nation. Investors are the backbone of the capital market. Investment is the movement of funds from the deficit sector to the surplus sector. There are several investment avenues for the purpose of investment. This savings are invested in assets depending upon the risk return perception of the investors. This bulk of savings of the country mainly emanate from equity share holders. Equity share holders constitute a major portion of the investment in Indian Capital Market . Equity share holders are the real owners of the company. Voting right and the right to manage the company vests with them. Thus their attitudes, preferences as well as perception of course influence the management of the company. So it is imperative that the equity share holders rule the company in a decent manner. The present study attempts to study the preferences, perception, attitudes of equity share holders in Calicut City. Thus it deals with the study of equity culture among investors. It also throws light to the factors affecting equity investment as well as the problems faced by them. Thus it gives many implications to an investor regarding behaviour, trading and helps them to choose risk free stocks.

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Migration is the movement of people into a destination country which they are not natives of or where they do not possess citizenship in order to settle or reside there, especially as permanent residents or naturalized citizens, or to take-up employment as a migrant worker or temporarily as a foreign worker.

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Wireless sensor network (WSN) is a well-known research area in the healthcare application, forest and industries for enlightening the excellence of life. Wireless body area sensor network (WBASN) is a branch of WSN and it work for health monitoring of the patients.The sensors generate heat while communicating each other and therefore there is a loss of energy and data in the network. Mobility is another factor of WBASN, as data connections breaks and forms with human movement. It also effects the data collection in the network. The objective of this work is to provide an outline of previous and current improvements for the investigation of data and energy efficient protocols on wearable and implantable body area sensor network arrangements for uninterrupted supervising of patients.

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The dawn of 21st century is marked by decentralized governance both as a strategy and philosophy of brining about reforms and changes in democracies. These changes led to such virtues of transparency, responsiveness and accountability and ensure good governance. Today good governance is the most significant themes in the development discourse. In the present context of rapid social change and development activities, debureaucratization and decentralization have been found to be much more appropriate to deal with contemporary trends of globalization, liberalization and privatization. In this scenario an attempt is made in this paper to discuss conceptual aspects and the significance of good governance as base for inclusive development and e-governance as an institutional mechanism to implement and achieve the objectives of goals of good governance.

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Borders studies is a booming academic industry of this time, it is extremely rich in significations which is profoundly changing its meaning. Borders are generally understood as the territorial limits of the state within which the whole range of socio-cultural, institutional and spatial framework is positioned. It is well known that borders have got their identity at the cost of disappearance of frontiers. Traditionally, it was perceived as the tangible limits of the political space but by the time and discourse it has evolved beyond this definition. Borders being geographical in nature, have also been a discourse of anthropological study as it plays a central role in drawing the phenomena of inclusion and exclusion distinctly. Firstly, borders should be understood in its physical form that delineates two countries, states,

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The present paper is a comprehensive study focusing upon the evolution of regulatory mechanism on corporate governance in India. After Liberalization, a lots of serious efforts have been made at improving the economic system in India. Corporate Governance was a part of new reforms in India. The word “governance” means control i.e. controlling a company, an organization etc or a company & corporate governance is governing or controlling the corporate bodies i.e. ethics, values, principles, morals. Corporate governance helps in establishing a system where a director is showered with duties and responsibilities of the affairs of the company. As a part these initiatives, the SEBI instituted the Clause 49 of the Listing Agreements dealing with corporate governance in India. This paper will analysis the evolution of Corporate Governance in India. The barriers that a developing economy like India has to face while implementing Corporate Governance.

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Stress is the process that involves the perception of a substantial imbalance between environmental demand and response capabilities of the individual. Tension and stress have become a normal part of every person’s life. Everyone has to deal with daily goals, deadlines, responsibilities, pressures, etc. However, it is not the stressor itself that creates the health hazard, but rather the individual’s response to it that may pose a health problem. Individuals who are under a lot of stress and cannot relax will experience a constant low-level strain on the cardiovascular system that could manifest itself in the form of heart disease.

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This article examined on existing literature on relationship marketing. The main objective of the article is to develop a conceptual framework for establishing the relationship between relationship marketing and customer loyalty. The present study aims to identify the variables of relationship marketing such as trust, commitment, communication, conflict handling and customer satisfaction and what relationship does these variables hold with customer loyalty. The paper suggests that the organizations should do proper management of the variables of relationship marketing. The proper management will result in the generation of loyal customers.

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People utilize many different attempt to dismiss adultery , unfaithfulness Relations, Infidelity, playing the field, extramarital relations, having an affair are just a few. The net result of this choice however is the destruction of a personal reputation, trust and respect, while at the same laying waste to spouse and children like.

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The status of women in India has been subjected to many great changes over the past few decades. From the confinement to the walls of home and taking care of the family in ancient times, the low points of the medieval period, to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers, the history of women in India has been eventful. In modern India, women have adorned high offices in India including that of the President, Prime minister, Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Leader of the Opposition, Chief Minister of State etc. Women have contributed in all of the spheres of technical advancement of and for humanity. Women were and are resourceful, passionate, competent and creative about their work as any other male representative.

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Afghanistan's geographical location puts it at an important junction between Asia and Europe which has not only made it susceptible to outside invasions, but also rendered it an important channel for cross-regional and cross-continental interactions (Saikal, 2014). Many ancient empires prospered in the region and gained much wealth from the ancient Silk Road that spread over the Eurasian region. The centre of the network of these roads existed around the region that is today known as Afghanistan. Despite the ceasing of the Ancient Silk Road more than a century ago, Afghanistan's importance in Eurasian trade routes and its potential to act as regional hub for connectivity has never declined. The following are the key factors that would affect the development of Afghanistan as a “Transit Hub” for Asia:

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CSR is the commitment and activities of an organization to meet the society expectation on economic, environmental and social performance. It may be viewed as process in which business deal with their stack holder such as customer, suppliers, employees, governments.

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Proponents of Green Revolution have argued that the technologies employed are scale neutral. In this article contrast to this ‘technical’ view of the impact of Green Revolution ,‘institutional’ view has been presented. In this article assuming that the unit cost of inputs are nearly ‘scale neutral’, I have tried to answer why many institutionalists predict that the Green Revolution would increase intraregional and interregional income disparities rather than diminish them And this is presented with reference to the studies on the impacts of Green Revolution in India.

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Since September 11, 2001, the phenomenon known as "Islamophobia" has swept across the world. Especially the western world. Reflecting the growing concern among many that practitioners of the Muslim faith are fundamentally irrational, intolerant, and violent and that Islam has become inconsistent with the western way of life. Prominent among those who are fanning the flames of this narrative are elements within the western far-right. Therefore, in this paper we aim to draw a link between Islamophobia and globalization while citing examples of the rise of the right wing, the growing terrorism and the role of the media.

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College going girl students are one of the main targets of cosmetic companies. Differences occur among these students in terms of usage, amount spent, benefits sought, brands preferred and attitudes held. It will be of use and interest to both academics and marketers to explore whether different segments exist in this market and the characteristics of these segments. An attempt is made in this research to segment this market using usage, attitude and benefit perception. A sample of 120 college going students has been surveyed using a questionnaire and the data have been analysed using cluster analysis. This resulted in three clusters with differing usage, attitude and benefit perceptions (independent non believers, Heavy benefit seekers and dependent occasional). Cross tabulation of profiling variables with cluster membership and chi square analysis revealed no significant differences in demographic profile, behavioural characteristics, and brand preferences across clusters. The segments were found to differ in terms of their average spending on cosmetics with occasional being the highest spenders followed by heavy benefit seekers and independent non believers being the lowest spenders. The findings are of theoretical and practical significance.

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Transition period for every student is very important. Students after high school are striving to search a vocation that fits with their identity, considering not only their interests, but also their potential and values. More care is needed for youth with disabilities, who face more problems in negotiating the transition process than their peers without disabilities. Individuals with learning disabilities are already at a certain disadvantage in their career and workforce development, it is important to note factors that can either help or hinder this process. Their learning disability leads them to career choice anxiety and makes their career decision making even more difficult. In the present paper, the researchers collected the data from 42 students with learning disabilities studying from IX to XII graders. The data was collected by using Singh’s career decision making inventory and Speilberger’s career choice anxiety scale. Findings of the study reveal that there exists positive and significant relationship between indecision and career choice anxiety which leads to undecidedness and tentativeness in career decision making.

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प्रागैतिहासिक मानव द्वारा पत्थर के औजार बनाने से ही कला की शुरूआत हो जाती है। प्रारम्भ में मानव द्वारा निर्मित कलात्मक पुरावशेष, शैलगृहों व गुफाओं में भित्ति चित्रों के रूप में परिलक्षित होती है। सिंधु संस्कृति के समय इसका विकास शुरू हुआ जो मौर्यकाल व गुप्तकाल में अपने चरर्मोत्कर्ष पर पहुॅच गया। वास्तु, शिल्प, मूर्ति, चित्र, कांस्य प्रतिमा, मृण्मयी मूर्तियाॅं, मृदभाजन, सिक्के, दन्तकर्म, काष्ठकर्म, मणिकर्म, स्वर्ण व रजत कर्म आदि के रूप मंें भारतीय कला की सामग्री भरपूर मात्रा में पाई जाती है।

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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is considered by obstinate airflow obstruction and is at the alarming stage all around the world. COPD was the fifth most lethal disease among high-income countries and sixth among middle to low-income countries. It was recognized as a major health-related problem among developing nations.

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Modern Indian literature has described the single women, the divorce, the widows, the mad women the stigmatized women and the liberal women to great extent. Women who were marginalized in the society for centuries together, have been recognised in Indian fiction. The crown goes to Anita Desia who hasbring forth the pitiable condition of household women. This research paper gives insight into the character delineation of Anita Desai.

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It was not until the late nineteenth century that a nascent children’s rights protection movement countered the widely held view that children were mainly quasi property and economic assets. In the United States, the progressive movement challenged courts reluctance to interfere in family matters, promoted broad child welfare reforms and was successful in having laws passed to regulate child labour and provide for compulsory education.

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A a lot of in depth summary of the historical development of capture-recapture analysis is given elsewhere. Briefly, the primary use of capture-recapture analysis is copied back to Graunt WHO used an identical methodology for estimating the population of European country as early as 1627 and uranologist, WHO tried to estimate the population size in France in 1782, however sometimes it's mentioned that capture-recapture analysis was initial applied by Petersen in 1894 for the study of fish populations. He used the supposed two-sample methodology, the best capture-recapture model, to estimate the unknown size of a population of plaice within the Limfjord in Kingdom of Denmark.

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Retailing today is the fastest growing sectors in the global economy and is under transition phase; not only in South Asian countries like India and China but throughout the world. The increased popularity of organized retailing is mainly because of the consumers’ changing behavior. This change has become possible due to double income families, breakup of joint family concept, changing lifestyles and favorable demographic patterns. Today consumers prefer to shop at places where they can get grocery, food, apparels, entertainment and others daily routine items under one roof. This has made retailing the most attractive sector of the Indian economy. We are all witness to rapidly changing retail sector in India. The major changes that have made their existence felt have happened in the last decade. The neighbourhood shops have gradually changed into a small super value stores. This change has been felt prominently in metro as well as other smaller cities and towns (tier II and tier III cities). The consumers are not only experiencing this change but also one of the causes behind it. Sometimes it seems that the retail market in India is changing even faster than the people of the country are able to understand it. Retailers are all set to make predictions and strategies about the new trends the market may come up with. To keep themselves abreast of the new unforeseen changes, they are all making necessary amendments by modifying their business strategies and by introducing new formats. The important thing is that it is not only the retailer who is changing, the consumer is changing as well in the changing retail environment.