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Abstract: Trade liberalization polices of WTO cause a serious threat in Indian agriculture. Area and production of paddy cultivation was decreasing very alarmingly in the state of Kerala. A large section of the paddy farmers shifted their profession to more remunerative sectors which caused stagnation of agricultural production in the state. Reducing agricultural subsidies, removing quantitative restrictions of agriculture commodities, lowering the prices by increasing unbalanced competition are the end results of structural adjustment programme promoted by World Bank and WTO in India.

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Investment in any form has the basic or primary objective of getting return.Return is the primary motivational key force that drives Investment. People have money for investment but they are not much aware about the avenues and therisk associatedwiththesame.Thereisasaying regarding the investmentthat“Don’tputallegginonebasket”andinfact,thisisthe golden rule of the investment.It says that, don’t invest all money in one securities. Most of the investors are mainly guided by the pecuniary motive of earning a return on their Investment. It represents the reward for undertaking Investment. Investorsinvest their money after proper consultation as they are not aware of the risk associated withthe InvestmentDecisions. We know that every Investment is characterized by Return and Risk. For earning Return every investors have to bear risk associate with it. Objectives: To construct a portfolio out of several securities with various combination and to know the effect ofcombining securities on the risk diversification of aportfolio. Conclusion: For Investing in the dynamic market like INDIA, one has to invest afterconsulting professionals. Small investors may incur a huge loss if they invest in Indian securities in spotmarket without anyconsultancy.

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Mutual funds a readymade option to households for portfolio diversification as well as relative risk aversion through collecting & savings in different risk return profile instruments. It’s performance is dependent on the performance of underlying portfolio. For saving investors’ money it becomes necessary to evaluate the performance of mutual funds portfolio, so that investors can judge their investment rationally. Plenty of mutual funds are available in mutual fund where investors can pool their money according to their expecting return. Before investing every investor need to evaluate which fund is giving more returns & which are less risky. Although, it is dependent on the investors who are risk lovers & who risk averse. This paper has evaluated the comparative performance of public & private sector mutual funds in India over past 3 years from 1st November 2013 to 31st October 2016. The study reveals that the private sector mutual funds has performed better as compared to its counterpart in the case of average returns, standard deviation & beta. This paper has used Sharpe’s, Treynor’s Index to evaluate the performance of selected mutual funds.

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The paper focuses on the “Agrarian Policy of British East India Company In The Punjab in the later half of the 19th Century”dwelling on the sub themes of the Punjab Agri-Horticultural Society, Land Revenue Policy, Canal Policy and Punjab Land Alienation Act. The Punjab was annexed by the Governor General of India, Lord Dalhousie’s Proclamation of March 1849 and a new Era in the history of Punjab began with it. It was annexed because the Punjab was a frontier region, which had faced the invaders who entered the central India from the time of Alexander the Great. The loyalty and prosperity of the province were also important for the British. The Sikh reign ended and the British Government was enabled to reconstruct the administrative machinery in the province, which had been degraded since the death of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

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Widely acclaimed and universally acknowledged phenomena of Naipaul’s writings is the struggle to find out the “self”. V.S.Naipaul’s novels are loaded with conflicts at times with his own in-laws and at times with the whole system.In this research paper the struggle of a man against the “whole” is delineated.In this regard the struggle of the protagonists of Naipaul’s Novels becomes universal-however the struggle is subjective.

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Patient Safety Leadership Walkrounds will help: • Increase staff awareness on safety issues • Make safety a priority for Senior Executives & all staff • Encourage staff about patient safety concerns such as incident reporting • Obtain and act on information gathered from staff that identifies areas for improvement.

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The purpose of this study was to investigate about need and importance of Physical education. Generally, physical education is misunderstood to mean physical activity or merely drill. It is necessary to provide knowledge regarding true meaning and scope of physical education. The aims and objectives of physical education are also being started in detail as so to enable the students to understand the basic concept of the subject. It is also pertinent to deal with the controversy whether physical education is an art or science.

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The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), enacted in August 2005, is one such program in India. The main and immediate objectives of the act is to enhance livelihood security to the rural areas by providing at least 150 days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year to every household whose adult members volunteers to do unskilled manual work.Sikkim, a small state of north-east India has the population of only 6.07 lakhs (2011 census)It is remotely located in the north-eastern part of the country with no air or rail connectivitywithin a radius of 100 km from the state capital.