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Advance Research Journal of Social Science
Publisher:Rakesh Kumar Singh
Editor in chief:Dr. Sunita Mishra
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Effect Of Intervention On Shoelace Tying And Buttoning Of Shirt Skill Of Mentally Retarded Children
Author:Lidya Ch. Momin* And Raj Pathania
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 140-142
The present study was undertaken with specific objective to study the Impact of intervention on shoelace tying and buttoning of shirt skill of mentally retarded children. A total sample of 30 mentally retarded children was selected purposively from the Village Saliana, block of Panchrukhi of Kanga district in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It was found that significant improvement in shoelace tying and buttoning of shirt skill due to intervention. Hence the impact of intervention was found significant regarding shoelace tying and buttoning of shirt skill of mentally challenged children
Evolution And Growth Of Inland Navigation In Travancore
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 137-139
A Study Of Parliamentary And Presidential Form Of Government, Recent Trends In The Indian System Of Government And Problems Faced By The Indian Judicial System
Author:Shriya Singh* And Mukund Sarda1
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 116-136
The article studies the oldest forms of Government in the world i.e. Parliamentary and Presidential form of Government. The article elaborates various features of both the forms. In addition to this, the article also brings about some light on the recent trends in the Indian system of Governance detailing its various aspects. Throuhout the research various cases have been discussed which elaborates the evolution of judicial system of problems faced by the Indian judiciary in keeping trhe complexity of the largest democracy of the world.
Youth Violence: The ?Warning Sign? For Our Society
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 111-115
Headlines proclaim that the epidemic of youth violence that began in the early 1980s is over, but the reality behind this seemingly good news is far more complex and unsettling. Public health studies show that youth violence is an ongoing, startlingly pervasive problem. Violence prevention and intervention efforts hinge on identifying risk and protective factors and determining when in the course of development they emerge. To be effective, such efforts must be appropriate to a youth?s stage of development. Parents remain busy in their professional life, and do not know what their child is doing in school. In school the effects of joining the wrong group is obvious on their child. There have been many cases in which a high scoring student has ended up with below average grades with a mean temperament and foul language. Keeping all these factors in mind this chapter describes the magnitude of and trends in violent crime by young people.
A Review On Applications Of Multimedia And E-Education Technology In Smart Education
Author:Chanchal Rana And Sunita Mishra
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 107-110
21st century declared to be the age of information and communication technology. Today?s students have been raised in a world of instant access to knowledge and information, a word of automation, remote controls, and simulation capabilities to stimulate the mind. This paper is about the much growing technology ?Multimedia and e-education?. The usage of smart teaching techniques is now more prevalent in school as well as other colleges and institutes. It was generated back in 1980s and is growing since then. This new technology helps the students with the benefit of learning with a different experience. The methods of e-learning make the classroom more interactive and interesting. It has also created a greater impact on our society as well as on education system. E-textbook provides electronic textbooks which are actually used at learner?s real class. Digital textbook uses the latest smart device and technology
A Study On The Doctrine Of Seperation Of Power Of Montesquieu In Reference To Current Plans And Practices
Author:Shriya Singh* And Mukund Sarda1
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 90-106
This article is an attempt to study the doctrine of Separation Of Power as engraved in the Constitution of India and the difficulties faced by the three organs of the government while implementing and interpreting the provisions of the Constitution in letter and spirit. The research also draws a comparative approach with the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?s and UNITED KINGDOM?s Constitutional scheme of Separation Of Powers. Throughout the course of research various cases have been discussed in which the Courts have recognized that there is no straightjacket formula to determine Separation Of Power. With the complexities in all the democracies in the world, overlapping of the jurisdiction is bound to arise. However, the three organs should keep a system of checks and balances so they do not end up violating the rights of the people. The Doctrine Separation Of Power is a part of the basic structure of the Indian Constitution. It is in this context, that the research was made on the ?Constitutional Plan and Practices with respect to Separation Of Power?.
Effect Of Physical Load On Workers Involved In Grape Cultivation
Author:Savita Kumari* And Manju Mehta
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 85-89
The aim of this study was to find out the effect of physical load on workers involved in grape cultivation. The research designs comprised on field study conducted on 15 respondents were engaged on grapes cultivation activities. Physical fitness was determined by calculating the physiological parameters i.e. blood pressure, body temperature, pulse rate and (VO2 max). Occupational risk was assessed through physical load parameters viz., Physical load. The results indicated that mean height and weight of workers involved grape activities was 159.9 cm and 64.2kg, respectively. BMI was observed as 21.8 kg/m2, fat percentage was worked out to 29.9 per cent, and hence LBM was 44.1 kg with variation of ±19.3kg. VO2 max was found to be 31.8 ml/kg x min exhibiting that the subjects were having good health. Conclusively there was no effect of grapes cultivation activities on body temp., pulse pressure of the workers. On the basis of physical load in the grape cultivation occupational risk was highest in pruning (178) followed by harvesting activity (153.05) and least was in plant protection activity (61.5).
Problems And Issue Faced By Working Women In Amreli City
Author:Jiju Vyas, Hemangi D. Mehta* And Neha Tiwari
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 80-84
The financial demands on the Indian families are becoming rise day by day working women in India are faced with lot more challenges that their counterparts in the other part of the world. The sky rocketing cost of living increasing expenses on education of children increasing cost of housing properties in India force every family in India to look for ways and means of increasing the house hold income. As a result, women in India who were mostly known as homemakers are forced to go for jobs and take up evencareers that were considered and suitable for men such as working in might shifts in call centers. Indian Society is extremely hierarchical with virtually every one ranked relative to after according to their caste class wealth and power. This ranking even exists in areas where it is not openly acknowledged, such as certain business settings. Though specific customs vary from religion to religion within the country there are different standards of behavior for men and women that carry over info the work environment. This paper examines the problems and issue faced by working women in Amrelicity. The research objective was to know the knowledge about the problem and challenge faced by urban working women in the workplace, farther the study also aims also at finding out the organizational support for women employers the present study surveyed only urban women employer. The study was conducted within Amrelicity. Data was collected from working women of the organized sector using mix methods approach that included face to face interview and by questionnaire. 60 samples were selected for present study from different areas of city. The result conducted that different women have different perception of their heads fears, frustration etc.
Adoption Behaviour Of Pea Growers In Kota Region Of Rajasthan
Author:N.R.Meena*, F.L. Sharma1, R.A. Kaushik2 And Prevesh Chouhan3
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 75-79
The findings revealed that 105 (52.50%) of total pea growers were found to be from medium adoption level group, whereas, 43 (21.50%) respondents were reported from the group of low adoption level and 52 (26.00%) respondents were in the high adoption level. The study further revealed that 23.00 per cent marginal farmers were in the high adoption level and 28.00 per cent marginal farmers were in the low adoption level, while 49.00 per cent marginal pea growers were found in the medium adoption category. In case of small farmers? category it was observed that 15.00, 56.00 and 29.00 per cent respondents had low, medium and high level of adoption, respectively about pea production practices in the study area. It was noted that the extent of adoption in marginal farmers was from 23.70 to 73.20 per cent, while in case of small farmers the extent of adoption was from 30.37 to 74.12 per cent in all improved pea cultivation practices. Further it was found that small farmers had more extent of adoption than marginal farmers but there still exists a gap in the adoption of improved pea cultivation practices. The findings indicated that there was significant difference between marginal and small farmers in adoption of improved pea production technology. Hence, it is concluded that there was significant difference between marginal and small farmers in adoption of improved pea production technology.
Effects Of Home Environment In Developing Daily Living Skills In Children
Author:Pinki Rani*, Reetu Devi And Renu Bala
Volume: 8 | Issue no: 1-2017 | Pagination: 72-74
Daily living skills are self-care skills such as bathing, dressing, cleaning and cooking. The present study was conducted purposively in Hisar district of Haryana state. From Hisar district two areas were selected i.e., urban and rural. The sample consist 100 girls between the age group of 7-8 years and their parents (both mother and father). 50 girls and their parents were selected randomly from Hisar city and 50 girls and their parents were selected randomly from rural area. A total of 50 boys between the age group of 7 to 8 years with both of their parents were selected randomly from each location. Hence, the total sample was 600 including (200 children and 400 their parents). Home observation for measurement of the environment (HOME) by Bradley and Caldwell (1984) and Vineland adaptive behaviour scale by Sparrow et al. (1984) used to measure the communication skill of children. Result revealed that aspect of home environment encouragement of maturity and enrichment were significantly associated with adaptive behaviour. Emotional climate, responsivity, learning material and opportunities, Family integration, family companionship, physical environment, and composite home environment were non-significantly associated with adaptive behaviour.
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