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‘Women’s right’ are the rights and entitlement that are claimed for gender equality and empowerment, these rights are varied in different culture. India's regime of distinct personal laws, which discriminate women in their personal life in various ways due to religion based personal laws and this discrimination on the base of religion, is injurious to public morals. To uplift women’s condition and for equality, it is imperative to push for uniform principles of gender justice and individual freedom, that can be achieved by making gender just set of family law. This paper is an attempt to understand vulnerability in available social and family structure for women and also reflecting the social condition of women in India.

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The present paper focus on study the impact of job satisfaction of women employees on their job productivity level. In India, BPO is the fastest growing segment of the information technology enabled service industry and has several distinguished features. India is now the world's favoured market for BPO Company among other competing countries and India is a leading country for offshore business services in terms of its financial attractiveness, the skill and availability of its people and appropriateness of its business environment for BPO. The participation of women in BPO industry is increasing rapidly

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The purpose of this paper is to examine the entrepreneurship perception and entrepreneurship intention of Indian university students and to find out whether they are ready for the market challenges and risk taking which are part of entrepreneurial activities. The population comprised of students of one of the private universities in India. A questionnaire survey was adopted to collect the primary data from the respondents whom they were randomly selected, total of 278 questionnaires were received. The study findings indicate the satisfying level of studentsintentions on entrepreneurship and their willingness to put their efforts in entrepreneurship activities. Furthermore, it is suggested that entrepreneurship education should centre on development of competencies related to entrepreneurship and cultural awareness. This study not only addressed the missing gap in current literature upon entrepreneurship, but provided implications for university educators.

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This research paper is based on a deviant livelihood strategy i.e., begging (a deviant street level economic activity). The study has primarily highlighted the reasons of begging and various aspects of the begging career i.e., why people beg, what they were doing before begging, occupation of their parents/family, period in begging and so on. In broader sense there are four main reasons responsible for begging activity. These are - hereditary occupationand culture of poverty, social exclusion, society’s encouragement, individual needs and last resort for livelihood. There are also a number of specific reasons for which people get into begging like destitution, disruptive family background, illiteracy, unemployment, disability and so on.

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Migration and development research has conventionally been considered a study of domestic (rural-urban) and international migration trends. In todays era, it has evolved into an extensive analysis of a range of crucial development processes such as spatial migration, human capital investment, global diaspora networks, circular or temporary migration, and the transfer of technology and cultural norms. By assimilating the recent census data and amending insights from the new economics of labour migration, livelihood perspectives in development studies and trans-state perspectives in migration studies, this paper elaborates the contours of a conceptual framework that simultaneously integrates agency and structure perspectives and hence explains the heterogeneous nature of migration-development interactions. Given the diverse spatial characteristics of India it is quite natural to expect that rural-urban migration rates will be varied across states and even within the states.

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Tourism as we know is the fastest growing industry across the Globe in the modern times. It not only generates employment opportunities in a particular region or a country but also contributes spontaneously to generate foreign exchange earnings. This paper noted the remarkable growth in International tourist arrivals and international tourism receipts. It is found that the tourism activities were still concentrated in the developed nations of Europe and Americas, and Asia and the Pacific regions. Maturity of the tourism sector in India was indicated by the high tourist arrivals and tourism receipts and the steady growth rates. The remarkable growth rate in tourist arrivals and tourism receipts are attributed to the technological, economic, social, cultural, ecological, institutional and political developments of the post-World War II era. The Tourism Vision and its types outlined in this paper noted a bright future for domestic tourism in the coming years. The Ministry of Tourism designs national policies for the development and promotion of tourism. In the process, the Ministry consults and collaborates with other stakeholders in the sector including various Central Ministries/agencies, state governments, Union Territories and the representatives of the private sector.

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Tourism has become a global phenomenon in the last 50 years. Better and faster means of transport and communications have resulted in a massive movement of people. Puducherry is a fast growing region with development in industrial sector, agricultural sector and also tourism sector. Tourism is developing in this region since last 10 years and attracting many tourists which emerged as one or the major sources of incomes to the government exchequer. The basic materials for tourism industry are culture, heritages, natural vegetation, beaches, parks, monuments and sculptures, etc. This paper shows the impact of the various advertising methods used in tourism, which assisted in identifying the correct tool for expanding the country’s industry of tourism. The results of this study illustrated that the appropriate tools for promotional strategies to attract domestic and foreign traveler’s, found to be the most effective were, handbook, internet advertising, TV, brochures, newspapers.

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In this article, I propose to trace the iconography of Krishna chronologically, from the earliest sculptural representation to the 19th century representation of Krishna in painting. In discussing the icons of Krishna in sculpture, we must be acquainted with the history of the Krishna-cult in great detail. Lord Krishna, an entity or no entity, a name or no name, an occurrence of chronology or just what the human intellect conceived, if a reality, so unimaginably strange, if a myth,

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One notorious feature of the world of art historians is the fatal ‘ism’ - that process of compartmentalizing the Western Art .Surprisingly often, these ‘isms’ evolve out of what is originally a criticism of a particular period. For example, ‘Mannerism’ was coined while the 16th century Italian habit of drawing ‘mannered’ distorted forms fell out of fashion. Likewise, pre-Renaissance architecture began to be described as ‘Gothic’ in comparison to the intellectual beauty of Classical architectural forms. In the later 19th century, artistic movements beginning with

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जब हम किसी डिजिटल कलाकृति (कला) को देखते है, तो हम इसमें उपयोग में लाये जाने वाले उपकरण की तुलना करने लगते है, और इस उपकरण में पेन्सिल हमें आकर्षित करती है, तो वही पर माउस से बेहतर डिजिटल कला को बनाने के लिए ग्राफिक टेबलेट काफी सही है और फोटोशाॅप साॅफ्टवेयर का उपयोग कर काफी अद्भूत चित्रों का निमार्ण भी कर सकते है। पर इन सभी कार्यप्रणाली को करने के लिए साॅफ्टवेयर एवं एक अच्छे टेबलेट का होना आवश्यक है, तभी वह अपनी भूमिका निभाने में सक्षम हो पायेगा। वह इस विषय पर काफी चर्चा भी की गई है। जब हम चित्र की रूपरेखा तैयार करने के लिए केन्वास, रंग, ब्रश इन सभी का उपयोग करते है। ये डिजिटल कला के स्वरूप की प्रदान के लिए साफ्टवेयर के अन्तर्गत उपकरण है। जिसकी सहायता से कलाकृति का निर्माण होती है।

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The history of abstraction in art has many stages and has a complex account of development that evolved over a very long time. It would be very difficult to give any tentative definition of abstraction without taking into account the vast and varied cultural and historical trajectories. Abstract pattern has its roots in ancient history, represented through early decoration for textile and pottery. In various decorative arts such as carpet design, quilting, floor design and pottery, abstract motifs have employed since ancient times in many cultures. In Judaic and Islamic societies have strictures on the use of images in their cultures.

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Foundation of Modern Indian Art was laid by the European painter .The influences of the British art school, inspired many talented artists of that time. Among them Raja Ravi Varma was the first Indian to master the technique of oil painting. Abanindranath Tagore was the first significant artist of Modern Indian Art. He was a major exponent of indigenous values in Indian art. “He founded the movement called Bengal school of art, which led to the development of Indian

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If the soul of a country can be determined by the way it treats its most vulnerable and deprived members then a country’s future can be predicted by the magnitude at which it provides a fair chance of life to every child. Access to quality education has the power to end the cycles of inequity and improving the lives of deprived children living in the society. Education can provide knowledge and skills through which children can succeed in their life. Millions of children living in urban slums in India are living their life in poverty and misery and are not able to keep pace with other children. They are generally deprived of adequate educational facilities and equal access to quality education. It is in this context that the present paper endeavours to analyse the present scenario of educational opportunities, access and equality among children in slums.

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In modern era human life is full of competition. In every field life human feel lot of stress. In the general field or field of sports and games every human /sportsmen are usually seen under the stress for their better performance in their life or win in the competition. According to the various physical educationalists, Physical education as well as activities of sports plays a significant role in the harmonious development of an individual. It is very difficult task to meet out the lot of stress without the appropriate program of physical education and sports. As a matter of fact, unachievable things can be achieved by involving in high quality programs of physical education and sports. In the field of physical education and sports Yoga is one of them. Yoga has a positive and strengthening impact on the physique and mind of the performer in the every field of sports.

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The study was conducted to investigate the effectiveness of ICT skills development instructional program on self regulation and computer achievement of trainee teachers. The 60 items computer achievement test was constructed and validated. The present study had experimental design, included an experimental group (n=51) and a control one (n=51), and used pre-test and post-test measures. Data suggest that the students enrolled in the training program, comparing with students in the control group, showed significant improvement in their receiving, assessing, formatting, evaluating, searching, triggering and implementing strategies. Statistically differences have been found in favour of the experimental group. These results strongly support the effectiveness of ICT skill development program in improving self regulation and computer achievement of the trainee teachers. They highlight the importance of relationships between trainee teachers' self regulation and potential use of technology in their future classrooms.

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In the last few decades India has witnessed urbanisation at a rapid pace which has resulted in explosive growth of urban population. This rapid growth in urban population has consequentially resulted in increase in number of urban slums and poverty. People residing in urban slums are generally deprived of basic amenities of life and are forced to live in an unhealthy environment which poses a great threat to their health and nutritional status, particularly the health of children. Children in urban slums constitute the most deprived and vulnerable section of urban population and are always at high risk of under-nutrition. There is an urgent need that government should adopt a holistic approach to deal with this problem. In this paper an endeavour has been made to analyse and assess the magnitude and determinants of under-nutrition among children under-five years in urban slums.

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The main aim of the study is to evaluate ground water quality suitable for irrigation purpose in Dindigul Corporation, Tamil Nadu, India. In the study area 30 water samples were collected to determine the physical parameters and chemical parameters. Sodium Adsorption Ratio(SAR), Sodium percentage(SP), Potential Salinity(PS), Residual Sodium Carbonate(RSC), Kelly’s Ratio and Soluble Sodium Percent (SSP)have been determined for analyze the irrigation water quality. From the analysis result reveals that SAR value indicates 84% of excellent13% of good and 3% of unsuitable water category.

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The impact of ICT for teaching and learning process has become pertinent as it facilitates teaching and learning process, create conducive learning environment, and help learners develop creative thinking and self-confidence. The use of information and communication technology in schools is taken very seriously by governments and educational systems around the world as it provides access to a variety of information sources, forms and types; help in the preparation of reports and the organization of events; helps to put down the barriers between information held on several systems, thus creating a borderless communication and information environment by allowing users to access different database, thus having access to millions of information at their fingertips. This paper thus suggests that effective introduction of ICT in the teaching and learning process is an indispensable means of improving it.

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Technology is an important part of human life. Every action or activity of our daily life is directly or indirectly connected with the technology. We cannot visualize our life without technology. So technology is inseparable part of society. Technology is now an omnipresent component.

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Stress shares a number of essential ingredients. They all, to a greater or lesser extent, recognize that stress:is a personal experience, is caused by pressure or demands, Impacts upon the individual’s ability to cope or, at least, his/her perception of that ability ’Stress arises when individuals perceive that they cannot adequately cope with the demands being made on them or with threats to their well-being’. In this paper study about the stress’s different aspects and its impact on personal and professional areas of employees

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Herta Mullar a Romanian – born German novelist, poet, and an essayist was born 17 August 1953. Muller is noted for her works depicting the effects of violence, cruelty and terror usually in the setting of communist Romania under the repressive Nicolae Ceausescu regime which she has experienced herself. Many of her works give the viewpoint of the German minority in Romania and are also a depiction of the modern history of the Germans in the Banat.

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When an Indian conqueror leaves to a chief of any considerable power the interior management of his country on the condition of paying an annual sum as tribute, it is tolerably understood by the parties that it will not be paid without at least the presence of an army to demand it

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Entrepreneurship development is a key of economic development. In Karnataka some strata of the society excluded from the development have been identified such as poor people. Rural people, women and some marginalized groups like SC. ST and OBC etc., To provide equal opportunities the central and state governments have taken initiative in the field of Entrepreneurial Finance and Self – Employment (motivation to entrepreneurial activity) especially for these excluded categories of the people. The Karnataka Government has established one corporation for the development of backward class people i.e., Ambedkar development corporation has implemented various schemes on behalf of the Government such as 1) 50% subsidy scheme 2) Margin Money scheme 3) Training Scheme 4) Self Employment Rehabilitation of Manual Scavenger Scheme 5) National Scheduled Castes Finance Development Corporation Schemes 6) National Safai Karamcharis Finance Development Corporation Schemes

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Elements of the relationship between environmental protection and human rights have become the core of lively debate in recent years. Historical background of Human rights and environmental concerns have been matter of concern for all civilizations, as far as, human rights are concerned, the roots of the human rights and fundamental freedoms of individuals can be traced out from humanitarian traditions, the unclosing in all parts of the world and the historic pronouncements of philosophers, political leaders and statesman in different centuries, in general and twentieth century, in particular

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The paper analyses the impact of Udyogini scheme, which is specifically designed for women so that they can achieve economic and social empowerment in view of her enormous roles and responsibilities in family and society. In this background a number of innovative schemes have been launched by central and state governments for developing of women in our country. The scheme is implemented through Karnataka State Women Development Corporation to improve the entrepreneurial skills self employment and generating employment.

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This paper is an attempt to critically analyze the Indian Smart phone Industry and see where this industry stands within this giant economy. Therefore to achieve these objectives , the discussion in this paper are on smart phones, factors that influences the acceptance of Smartphone, market share of big brands and its influence on the GDP of the country

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Higher education has been identified as one of the important elements of national development efforts and a number of attempts have been made in this respect. Despite theseattempts, the higher education system in India suffers from many shortcomings. Addressing these shortcomings is very important to make the higher education in India a success. The present research paper attempts to look at the governance and quality of higher education in India, and suggests that regular monitoring and evaluation of quality of higher education and research is important apart from adding the new infrastructure and opportunities.

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Children's values not only affect his/ her behavior in the classroom but also impact the behavior on the society. On the basis of the analysis of the data collected through questionnaire the following conclusions were drawn.Normal children have more values in comparison to delinquent children. Since value was examined on these ten dimensions. From this study it was revealed that normal children are having more social values as compared to delinquent it seems to assert that delinquent are not social as normal children.Delinquent and normal children are having more or less same democratic, aesthetic, knowledge, powers, family prestige and health value. The findings of this study indicate that delinquent children are not value less. The behavior of the delinquent may be improved through proper training of values and by the healthy environment of the family

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Personality is the study of individual differences and thus holds promise for a better understanding of how our gendered society shapes and reinforces differences in women’s and men’s attitudes, emotions, and behaviors. Two strengths of present-day personality research are particularly relevant for the study of gender. First, personality researchers gather data from large samples of normally functioning individuals and emphasize the importance of accurate generalizations of their findings to other normal samples. This methodology allows for the veridical assessment of similarity and difference trends in women’s and men’s personality characteristics.

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From the early 1970s new forms of social mobilisation began in India. They gained a variety of names such as social movement, people's movement, popular movements etc. These movements emerged and highlighted some of the major issues such as gender and environment. One of the leading analyst and participant in social movements in India, Sanjay Sangvi, identified the major agendas of them as "Movements of landless, unorganised labour in rural and urban areas, adivasis, dalits, displaced people, peasants, urban poor, small entrepreneurs and unemployed youth took up the issues of livelihood, opportunities, dignity and development.

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Primatology is a subject and it is the study of non-human and human primates. It is a diverse discipline and primatologists can be found in departments of biology, anthropology and psychology. Study of primate behaviour is vital for giving us hints to the possible behaviours of our ancestors. The name “langur” originates from the Sanskrit langulin, “having a long tail”, and the “Hanuman” from monkey- god and loyal Servant to King Ram in Hindu mythology. Provisioning can have a big end product of conflict with human and play key roll on the behaviour of animals something that has been widely documented among primates.

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अपने मूल रूप में जैन धर्म महावीर स्वामी की देन नही है, वे जैन धर्म के प्रवर्तक नही थे। किन्तु हम उन्हें ईसा पूर्व छठी शताब्दी के जैन आन्दोलन का प्रवर्तक कह सकते है। जैन धर्म की स्थापना और विकास में योग देने वाले आचार्यों को तीर्थंकर कहा जाता है।

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In today’s changing landscape and contour of global marketing with wide range of social media tools available at our disposal the modern age marketers are shifting their focus from transactional marketing to relationship marketing. It is the expectations of the global customers and modern marketers’ instant reaction to them that lays the foundation of developing and nurturing long term cordial relationships with customers. With all spotlight on building everlasting associations, retention and loyalty, the appropriately named notion of “relationship marketing” is planned and drafted around strong global relations with customers by making them available tailored information as per their aspirations, needs and interests. Its essence being, selling by winning customers instead of selling by yelling. Given the fact that satisfied customers are more committed and less likely to switch, they also tend to be less price conscious and do not mind paying more if they feel they are taken care off

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Political frameworks are characterized into government and unitary types of administration in view of the circulation or convergence of powers between the middle and the state or in the inside individually. The word federalism is gotten from the Latin word Foedus, which as indicated by Lewis' Latin Dictionary implies League or arrangement or smaller or organization together or contract or marriage contract. This word was first begat by the Theologians in the seventeenth century keeping in mind the end goal to depict the arrangement of sacred continuing pledge amongst god and man. Yet, later on it wound up identified with the hypotheses of social contract and was related with the craving to fabricate political society.