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The game of volleyball requires concentration, quick thinking and a great deal of movement. The speed of the game means that the players must be thinking for a moment about attack and the next about defense. They must be concentrating all the time, if they are to keep up with play. Volleyball is action packed game with none of the players acting as involuntary spectators for part of the game as in other team games.

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Adopting the new concept with by replacing the institutional practices is the issues of big debates and controversy, but if the traditional outline is outdated and enhance losses, and increasing of defaulters,increasing NPAs, fraudulent and dominant factors of state government participants are key elements for the bankruptcy and shutdown of an any organization and institutions. This arose for upgradation with new innovative ideas and model for re-construction rebuilt of institutions for settlement of shortcomings. mostly we find this type of institution which base root is not governed and functioning with the given parlance of their issues and problems. The Co-operative banks is one of them.The Indian Co-operative movement, like its counterparts in other countries of the world has been essentially a child of distress.Towards the end of 19th Century, the peasantry was in the grip of the Sahukar and the rural debt was mounting. The condition of the agriculturists was deplorable.

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There is a reason this message remains timeless: most of us deal with daily challenges and adversity of some kind in work and in life. But as James Allen said once, “The more tranquil a man becomes, the greater is his success, his influence, his power for good. Calmness of mind is one of the beautiful jewels of wisdom.”

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In this Contemporary world, where nothing seems static, every day new challenges come into personal and professional life. They make the functions of a person or an organization even more rigid. For removing these types of problem, an organization required to provide good training for their employees. Training is an important factor for growth of an organization especially for public organizations which are directly deals with common people for example the law and order administration or the police administration.

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Language is the code used to express oneself and communicate to others. It is the mental faculty or power of vocal expression. Language is something specific to humans. Language teaching help the learner to get reasonably good command over four important language skills-listening , speaking ,reading and writing. In India English is learned and used as second language. It is a compulsory subject in the school curriculum .As it is a chief language in the Indian education system so students should be exposed to various media to learn effectively. The electronic devices stimulate eyes and ears of learners to acquire language quickly and easily. It is an innovative approach which gives intrinsic reinforcement to the students. In the present study an attempt has been made to study the effect of web based instructional technology in learning English language. The investigator conducted the present study with the help of simple random sampling technique amd selected four schools from which 64 students were selected ( 16 from each school). The investigator used self constructed achievement test and attitude scale to see the effect of web based learning technology. The results were analysed using critical ratio and percentage that showed the web based learning technology is effective and students also had favorable attitude towards this technology.

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Kuppali Puttappa Poornachandra Tejaswi was a prominent Kannada writer, novelist, photographer, ornithologist, publisher, painter and environmentalist who made a great impression in the "Navya" period of Kannada literature. Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu is also his novel. In 2016 Indian Kannada drama film directed by Sumana Kittur, based on a novella of the same name written by Poornachandra Tejaswi.

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The concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) has generated unparallel interest both in the lay and scientific fields; it has also become a topic of rapid interest for researchers and academicians. Since its inception different scholars such as Daniel Goleman, Peter Salovey, John Mayer, and Reuven Bar-On have conducted comprehensive research on the subject of Emotional Intelligence. In their research work they have approached the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) with different construct, conceptualized different models of Emotional Intelligence, with different corresponding measurement tools and have proposed various strategies for developing Emotional Intelligence (EI). In this paper the researchers attempts to conduct an in-depth study of the concept of (EI). For this purpose two researchers have conducted a comprehensive study of the existing literature on the subject matter that covers; the existing models of Emotional Intelligence (EI), measurement and development.

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The main objective of this paper is to identify all the important factors that affect the customer satisfaction in shopping mall. This empirical research study focuses on shopping mall of Chennai (India). The research method will help in examining the various factors those results in satisfaction in retail stores of shopping mall. Factor Analysis has been used for data analysis. In analysis part initially KMO (Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin) and Bartlett's Test was applied for sample adequacy. KMO Measure of Sampling Adequacy test shows the value of .879. The Principal Component Analysis extraction method was used with Varimax Rotation Method, the extracted communalities ranged from 0.659 to 0.892. For clear picture of the factor definitions, factor loadings of greater than 0.4 were considered. The factor analysis yielded 4 factors in all which explaining 77.70 percent of total variance. Implications of this research work will help the retail mall of medium town. Now, they can identify various important factors that can affect their customer’s satisfaction most in the present competitive market. They can also use these factors to lead Customer loyalty out of customer satisfaction.

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This paper compares delinquent of Agra District (Uttar Pradesh) on their academic achievement and self-concept. Describe survey method was used to conduct the study. A sample of 100 delinquent(50 male and 50female) of Bal SudharGrih of Agra District was selected randomly from the population. Data was collected by using standardise tool by thedelinquent, were taken into consideration. Data was compared by using t test. Mean score of male delinquent on academic achievement was 340.38 with Standard Deviation 96.15 and Mean score of female delinquent on academic achievement was Standard Deviation 14.37 and Mean score of female delinquent on self-concept was 192.62 with academic achievement was 1.68** which is signification at the level of 0.01 level of significance and Difference of Mean sores between Male and Female delinquent on self-concept was 1.988*which was significant at 0.05 level of significance. Result reveal that female delinquent lend higher on academic achievement comparatively their male counterparts, meanwhile Male subject were higher on self-concept score than female subjects in the present study.

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This article presents an economical model and also discover the expansion of monetary supply may cause inflation, which means the monetary policies have the ability to influence the price; while the inflation has an uncertain short-term influence on economic growth and has certain long-term influence on economic growth.

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This study analyses 12 Indian companies which are listed in the NYSE. These companies have to not only report under IFRS but also under Indian Accounting Standards. The study involves comparing the Indian Accounting Standards with IFRS mainly highlighting on the performance indicators. The study will also highlight on the accounting quality which will be measured through earnings management perspective. Variables considered for this analysis are from Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement and Profit and Loss statements, such as: equity market value, sales and equity percentage change, total liabilities percentage change, annual net cash flow for operating activities divided by total assets, intangible assets, investments, other assets, equity, liabilities, operating profits, operating costs, financial accounts, Return on Assets, Return on Investments, Earnings Per Share, P/E Ratio and Return on Capital Employed.

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Consumers, today, are in a very tough spot. In the era of multi-channel shopping, consumers enjoy access not only to a wide variety of store options, but also a wide variety of channel options. The aim of the current study is not only to identify the factors which affect the consumers’ choice of purchase channel but also to identify the extent to which these factors motivate an Indian consumer to choose a particular channel for buying a certain product. For this pilot study, primary data was collected on 100 subjects using structured questionnaire designed for the study. Bivariate association of dependent variable (mode of purchase) is checked with consumer, retailer, product and channel factors. The results showed that most of the consumer’s factors are found to be significantly associated with mode of purchase.

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Consumer concern for environment has increased considerably in recent years.With increasing focus on well-being of environment more and more consumers show concern about effects many products might have on the earth. Businesses have now realized that, in future, consumers’ purchase decisions will be based on environmental concern. This has led to development of green products and accompanying use of green marketing. The concern with environmental issues has resulted in a new segment of consumers’ i. e. green consumers. The increase in the environmental concern has resulted in increased demand for green products, a situation which is well exploited by a number of enterprises offering green products and services. Most markets in developed and developing countries including India have been influenced by green consumer behaviour. The present study examines green product purchase behaviour of consumers. The study evaluates consumer response to green marketing strategies in the Indian context. Implications for social marketers, regarding the development of effective green marketing strategies are provided based on the study.

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Indian evidence Act 1872 deals with the law pertaining to legal assumptions prevailing in India. The law of presumptions and burden of proof which has been worked in this country for more than twelve decades has definitely established certain deep-rooted golden principles of administration of criminal justice. The golden norms of administration of justice that whoever desires favourable judgement on the basis of certain fact must prove the existence of that fact, that the accused is presumed to be innocent and hence the burdens on the prosecution to prove that the accused has committed the crime in question; that prosecution is required to prove its case beyond doubt; and that benefit of doubt must go in favour of the accused, have been accepted as the soul of criminal procedure and incorporated in the concerned code.

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Popular print-media has a represented women’s body with a certain fixity of spatiality which depicts the larger ‘public-sphere’ were a woman is allowed to imagine herself. It constructs the bodies which are hegemonized to a culturally-determined symbolic order. The new-media too is no redeemer to this culturally construed order.

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The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a value added tax to be implemented in India, thedecision on which is pending.GST is the only indirect tax that directly affects all sectors and sections of our economy. The goods and services tax (GST) is aimed at creating a single, unified market that willbenefit both corporate and the economy. Under the GST scheme, no distinction is made between goods and services for levying of tax. In other words, goods and services attract the same rate of tax. GST is a multi-tier tax where ultimate burden of tax fall on the consumer of goods/ services. It is called as value added tax because at every stage, tax is being paid on the value addition.Goods and Service Tax is a comprehensive tax levy on manufacture, sale and consumption of Goods and services.

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Religion blended with vasudevkutumbakam (the world is one family) can be a powerful tool for this planet. Part of the challenge of modern religions and the modern strategist is to reclaim their connection with the earth. The concern for environmental issues is among the most topical issues in academic,business and political debates in both the developed and the developing countries.

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This study was an attempt to compare physical fitness components namely muscular strength of arms,agility and explosive strength between Long Jumpers and Javelin Throwers of under 19 year boys of government schools of district- Faridabad. The study was carried out on 204 male students, 102Long Jumpers and 102 Javelin Throwers of government schools of Faridabad. The data was collected by application of tests like Pull-ups, Shuttle Run and Standing Broad Jump. The data was analysed and compared with the help of statistical procedures in which arithmetic mean, standard deviation (S.D.), standard error of mean (SEM), t-test were employed. Long Jumpers students were found to be superior in agility andexplosive strength. Javelin Throwers students on the other hand, were found to be superior in muscular strength of arms.

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Study habits of students those are involved in co-curricular activities play on important role of provide opportunities for the development of creativity and for achieving high academic achievement. This present study attempts to find out the study habits of students of senior secondary schools for this purpose, 800 students of senior secondary schools of Alwar District of Rajasthan State were randomly selected as sample. The study was conducted through descriptive survey method and Study Habits Inventory constructed by M. Mukhopadhyay and D.N. Sansanwal (2011) was used to collect the data. Critical ratio (CR) was applied to find out the significance of difference between means. The results indicate that there is significant difference between study habits of students of government and private senior secondary schools, study habits of male students of government and private senior secondary schools and study habits of female students of government and private senior secondary schools. There is no significant difference between study habits of male and female students of private schools and male and female students of government schools.

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सहिष्णुता और सामाजिक समरसता में घनिष्ठ सम्बन्ध है। दोनों को एक ही सिक्के के दो पहलू कहा जा सकता है। मनुष्य में सहिष्णुता के विकास के साथ ही सामाजिक समरसता में वृद्धि होती है और असहिष्णुता बढ़ने से सामाजिक समरसता में ह्रास होता है। वर्तमान समय में समाज में व्याप्त धार्मिक असहिष्णुता ने लोगों का ध्यान सहिष्णुता की ओर आकर्षित किया है। सहिष्णुता और असहिष्णुता को लेकर समाज में साम्प्रदायिक व राजनीतिक बहस भी होती रहती है।

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The paper aims to study the child sex ratio in India based on decennial census report and analyze the present trend of it. Child sex ratio, which is defined as the number of girl child per 1000 male child in 0-6 age group, is one of the significant social and demographic parameter to judge the condition of daughters in the society The child sex ratio in India has constantly been declining in spite of various social, educational, economic and political developments in the society from 976 in 1961 to 918 in 2011, which is one of the grave concern and demographic threats for the country. There is an insignificant shift in the society from ‘son preference’ to ‘daughter discrimination’ where sons are desired because of kinship, inheritance, status and economic security while girls are considered as only financial burden. Declining child sex ratio is a result of patriarchal society, religious belief, traditions and customs aided with modern medical technology.

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The objective of European expansionism was to extend financial and control base of European countries to numerous nations over the globe and attest prevalence over them. Afterward, colonization ascend to language chain of command in which languages of the colonizers, the British specifically, were forced as the most esteemed languages and came to overwhelm the administrative and trade of every state.

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The present study aims to discover the occurrence of various diseases and health problems amongst the industrial township of Bawal in Rewari district of Haryana. It also attempts to unravel the seasonal trends of some selected diseases/ health problems in the study area.

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In today’s time the expectation and the demand to be processed by today’s young generation are extremely fast almost as it happens with a click on the mouse unfortunately most of us follow this with our food habit as well which have drastically changed over past few decades. So to analyse why today’s young generation are preferring junk food in comparison to traditional food or the home made foods this research is being undertaken and a detailed analysis has been made.

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The reduction of rural poverty continues to be a paramount goal of the developing countries like India as the majority of the poor population still resides in the countryside. The World Bank, for example, estimates that more than 70 % of the world’s poor live in rural areas. So far, various strategies have been pursued to address this concern and among the major ones is rural employment creation. Being a rural agro-based labour intensive industry this sector can also play vibrant role in checking migration from rural to urban areas. In this article, the present status of the sericulture industry in India, its trends, position in global sericulture and science and technological achievements have been reviewed. This article would be helpful in recognizing the potential, strength and challenges of the sericulture industry in India so as to formulate certain policies and measures for socio-economic development.

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Objectives are the end results towards which activities of any organization are directed .Major objectives of TATA Motors is to earning profit so as to ensure survival & growth. To ensure that profit is earned, proper observation is done through the usage of profitability ratios. These are most vital and reliable indicators in measuring financial performance .They keep a watch on the current operating performance and act as a helping hand to management for taking corrective actions, if there is a decline .This paper expresses the prosperity & growth of TATA Motors from 2006-07 to 2015-16. For this purpose profitability ratios, growth chart and statistical tools have been used.

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इस शोध पत्र में न्यायदर्शन पर आधारित शैक्षिक विचारों की प्रासंगिकता का ऐतिहासिक एवं समीक्षात्मक विश्लेशण किया गया है। प्रस्तुत शोध पत्र में न्यायदर्शन प्रणेता महर्षि गौतम के शिक्षा दर्शन से सम्बन्धित विचारों की विवेचना की गई है। और उन्ही के अनुसार नीतियों का शिक्षा से सम्बन्धित एवं न्याय सम्बन्धित सन्दर्भ में विचारों का विश्लेषण किया गया है। एक स्वाभिमानी राष्ट्र भी शिक्षा प्रणाली का आधार उसकी परम्परागत राष्ट्रीय संस्कृति होती है। महर्षि गौतम का न्यायदर्शन भारत का विश्वविख्यात तर्क विज्ञान है न्याय दर्शन शिक्षा दर्शन का अद्वितीय ग्रन्थ है। इसी आधार पर न्यायदर्शन का चयन अनुसंधापिकाओं ने अपने शोध में किया है।

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The concept of co-operation has been powerful in human history and co-operatives are simply organizational structures and processes created by people to enable them to co-operate with their neighbours. Co-operation is the movement of the people, by the people and for the people. Democracy is the basic of the co-operative movement; co-operative institutions protect the individual interests and pave the way for common interests. The services of the co-operative institutions improve the socio – economic conditions of the members and strengthen the economy of the country. The co-operative movement plays a vital role in all walks of life. Co-operative credit societies, housing co-operative societies, consumer co-operative societies, weaver co-operative societies, marketing co-operative societies, diary co-operative societies and the like fulfill the needs of the people and have come some way towards becoming an integral part of their day to-day lives. The paper examines the growth and development of co-operative societies in Sikkim, the paper posits that for over centuries now co-operatives have been an effective way for people to exert control over their economic livelihoods as they play an increasingly important role in facilitating job creation, economic growth and social development.

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The current work focuses on how customers of different demographic profile differ in their perception of online shopping risks. The empirical study has been conducted in Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR) and data has been collected from 120 online shoppers of which 100 were found useable for study. The responses are being analyzed using ANOVA. The results offer valuable insights for marketers as well as consumer behavior researchers. Given that women make the majority of household purchases in most cultures, reducing females’ perceptions of online purchase risks could play a central role in the success of many online retailers (Milne, 2000).

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IT sector in India has an estimated 9.5 percent contribution in national GDP and 30% share in Indian industry export in FY2015. The industry continues to be a net employment generator - expected to add 250,000 jobs in FY2015, thus providing direct employment to about 2.9 million, and indirectly employing 8.9 million people.

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INDO CHINA RELATIONS ARE COLD ON A CURRENT DATE . THOUGH CHINA IS LITTLE DORMANT BUT FOR INDIA THIS STANCE CAN NOT BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED . CHINA IS IN POSSESSION OF WATER RESOURCES ON THE INDIAN FENCE , WHICH IT CAN USE FOR DESTRUCTIVE PURPOSES FOR INDIA . THIS RESEARCH PAPER EXAMINES THE ISSUE IN CONCEPTUAL DEPTH WITH LOGICAL ANALYSIS ALONG WITH ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR INDIA

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The term ‘border’ drives at a problem or conveys a repository of life and emotions. A feeling has naturally come into being that reflecting upon this and defining the same is a sort of ‘cultural representation’. The love of language of this tradition that springs from time to time has been depicted either as the other form of nationality or treason. So many reasons can be ascribed to this. They are not just cultural reasons but also political in nature. All regions present an order of such an accomplished formation of their borders. In this backdrop, Bellary district also bears a history of cultural configuration in the midst of a number of crises. It is, of course, not a glorious history; it is a history of-changing circumstances; of angst; of tract and trace and of being subjected to circumscription from its vast expansion. It is interspersed with struggles and angst. For the fact that these waves of angst do not pertain either to a person or a border but rather they are associated with the folk, the ‘border’ remains a metaphor for forever.

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Dance is a powerful Art form originated for the devotion toward God , Dance is a gesture reflected from the human body representing inner self .It is not only rituals but an art form. Historically the origins can be traced from the extant sculptures, paintings, literature, inscriptions and foreign accounts of the country as the major forms of sources. Mythological origins have also been based on the origins as discussed in the books that narrate the status of dance during the Vedic periods, as narrated in the epics, the Puranas and the literary accounts that followed. Dance has existed ever since mankind has come into existence.

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In western of Rajasthan, there is huge desert called as The Great Indian Thar Desert. It harbors many floral and faunal species, some of which endemic to this region. Fluctuation in temperature ranges from 4 degree centigrade in winter to 50 degree centigrade in summer. Western Rajasthan is unique in harboring endemic critical endangered the Great Indian Bustard (Ardeotis nigriceps). Thar desert has many species of mammals which include the wolf (Canis lupus), Jackal (Canis aureus), the stripped hyaena (Hyaena hyaena), the Indian desert fox (Vulpes v. pusilla), wild boar (Sus scrofa), black buck (Antilope cervicapra), Chinkara (Gazella g. benneti), blue bull (Boselaphus tragocamelus), the desert cat (Felis lybica) etc. and reptiles includes venomous and non venomous species of snakes, and great diversity of avian fauna. Study was carried out in Barmer, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur districts of Rajasthan state. We observed that many species are facing anthropological disturbance in these study areas.

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History of Indian English literature ages nearly 200 years old. The first step of English writing by an Indian has been traced back in 1809, as M.K. Naik in the preface of his book refers to the quote taken from the eighth volume of Asiatic Researches that,:“…1809, the year when probably first composition in English of some length, by an Indian _ namely C.V. Boriah’s ‘ “Accounts of the Jains’ appeared. Literature has always served as a reflection of various phenomenon be it social, political, economic, or historical, with respect to time and place, therefore, reflecting particular time period of the place, conditions, attitudes and the individuals related to it.

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आज के आधुनिक युग में संचार के कई रूप है। संचार क्रांति के दो प्रमुख रूप है जिन्होनें समाज के प्रत्येक पहलू को प्रभावित किया है वे है - 1. प्रिंट मीडिया और 2. इलेक्ट्रानिक मीडिया। प्रिंट मीडिया में प्रमुख समाचार पत्र, पत्रिकाऐं, पाम्प्लेटस, पोस्टर और र्होडिंग सम्मिलित है, वहीं इलेक्ट्रानिक मीडिया के रूप में टेलीविजन, रेडियों, सिनेमा, कम्प्यूटर, इंटरनेट, मोबाईल, सोषल नेटवर्किंग, ई-काॅमर्स, ई-मेल आदि अनेक साधन शामिल है।

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Social networks are appropriate an essential part of our lives. Students are spending much time on social media and are well deliberate the largest category that uses such application. This study tries to travel around the influence of social media use, and on high school students performance. A proposed framework that guides research in this area and reflects on the issues related to such observable fact. Social networking has become an international trend and has spread its reach to almost every corner of the world. With these advancements a major concern arises as in this age of huge technological development social networking sites are becoming more and more popular among students. Therefore, social networking websites are considered as an ideal source that helps us to widen our knowledge. Recent survey says that millions of people accessing social networking sites for their educational requirements. Thus, the field of education has undergone a drastic shift and hence gained a new dimension for the past decade.

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At every crucial time many prophetic personalities arise for the upliftment of society, who can relieve the society from all damages and frustrations. Many Movements arise, like as Bhakti Movement of India, which produced devotional luminaries like Guru Nanak, Kabir, Meera Bai, Baba Bulleh Shah, Namdev etc. Similarly in Kashmir the Rishi Movement started for the betterment of society, Sheikh ul Alam laid its foundation, who first practiced himself then he preached. He made poetry as a means of propagation of his thought/preaching. His poetry belongs to classical Indian Literature and penetrated in our collective psyche and his verses have become proverbs of common folk. Rishi Movement in the traditional Kashmiri society that several of its unique social and religious characteristics were not regarded as an alien. The strength of its social authority not only lay in its denunciation of the Brahmanic notions of caste but, also, in the satisfaction that it gave to the spiritual instincts of the people in the Hindu-Buddhist environment of the valley. It is pertinent to say that Rishism had struck strong holds in Kashmir prior to the advent of Islam in the region. The anti-caste crusade was most forcefully articulated by the founder of the Muslim Rishi order, Shaikh Noor -ud -Din locally known as Alamdaar-i-Kashmir and Shaikh-ul-Aalam

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Entrepreneurship Development has played very important role in achieving the goals of development in self employment in specific and industrial development as a whole. Economic development is broadly dependent on successful entrepreneurship. For inclusive growth, entrepreneurship development among scheduled caste (SC) people is very much necessary. The effective implementation of development programmes for SCs is need of the age especially in the post-globalization era, for the purpose of inclusive growth, as SCs is one of the marginalized group in Indian context.

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Education is a critical tool for developing a modern economy, a just society and a vibrant polity. It provides skills and competencies for economic well-being and social mobility. It strengthens democracy by imparting to citizens the tools needed to fully participate in the governance process. It also acts as an integrative force in society, imparting values that foster social cohesion and national identity. A well-educated population, equipped with the relevant knowledge, attitudes and skills is essential for economic and social development of a country. But economic prosperity of a country doesn’t necessarily imply that social development of the country is going to take place. In this research paper, we are trying to analyse the impact of GDP growth on various measures of education and social development

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The present paper focuses on understanding the meaning of corporate social responsibility (CSR). CSR is a corporation's initiatives to assess and take responsibility for the company's effects on environmental and social well being. The term generally applies to efforts that go beyond what may be required by regulators or environmental protection groups. The present paper attempts to analyse the corporation’s attitude of resistance/ignorance or sustainability towards fulfilling their responsibilities towards community and environment.Further an attempt has been made to find out the approach of corporate sector towards community development in India. Impact of various CSR procedures has been undermined on different rural areas in India in terms of livelihood, health, education, environment and infrastructure. The paper concludes that most of the companies have well defined CSR policy and few corporate have well implemented these policies for the better of rural communities by affecting the various areas of their life. Some recommendations have also been provided to improve the CSR in India as it is extremely desirable.

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Since inception the Indian Insurance industry passed through many hurdles and hindrances in order to attain the present status. However, the income earning capacity, eagerness and awareness of the general public are the key determinants of the growth of any insurance industry. In the Indian context, the insurance habits among the general public during the independence decade was rare but there was a remarkable improvement in the Indian insurance industry soon after the economic reform era (1991) due to healthy competition from many national as well as private insurance players.

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प्रत्येक साहित्यकार के लेखन पर तत्कालीन सामाजिक, राजनैतिक, आर्थिक, धार्मिक तथा संास्कृतिक परिस्थितियों का प्रभाव पड़ता है। इसके अतिरिक्त लेखक के पूर्वाग्रह, रूचियां, मान्यताएं तथा दृष्टिकोण भी लेखन में प्रत्यक्ष या अप्रत्यक्ष रूप से प्रकट होता है।