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The Great Gatsby, written by famous American novelist F. Scott FitzGerald, depicts the flamboyance and excess of the Jazz Age, as well as the decline of fancy American Dream rooted in American people’s soul. Although it didn’t receive due popularity as Fitzgerald expected when it was published, its value has regained its significant place in American literature as time goes by
Topics: Colors, Cars, Green Light, Women in Aphasia
The modern pandemic has painted a wholly new picture of boom for unique sectors, particularly the telecom quarter, which has assumed the feature of a lifeline for businesses and people during quarantine and lockdown. Other than books, magazines, various web sites and newspapers, statistics needs to be accumulated from multiple resources of evidence to understand the importance and evaluation of the telecom enterprise. The observation at discusses the function of India's telecom region in the...
Topics: COVID-19, Pandemic, Telecom Area, Internet Intake, Marketplace Length, Purchaser Choice
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Developing skills in the population speeds up the process of human capital formation, along with physical capital accumulation The three most important pillars of human capital formation are education, health and technical knowledge (skill)
Topics: Human Capital Formation, Physical Capital, Economic Growth, Education, Health
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by KAMARUL MIZAL, NOOR FZLINDA FABEIL & KHAIRUL HANIM PAZIM
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This paper highlights the issues and challenges facing by community-based tourism (CBT) to ensure financial sustainability of their project or enterprise by using Tourism Cooperative Limited (KOPEL Berhad) as a case study. Nowadays, the financial sustainability issues is a main consideration due to large number of CBT projects are constrained and some are severely threated by inconsistent and inadequate financing. CBT has been identified as a strategic approach that encourages them to diversify...
Topics: Financial Sustainability, Community-Based Tourism, Triple Bottom Line, Issues and Challenges,...
Disasters are normally categorized into two categories: Rapid onset and slow onset disasters. Most of the disasters except for drought, insect infestation and epidemics are classified as rapid onset disasters as they strike with little or no warnings, i.e. giving no time to mitigate their effects.
Topics: Disaster Management, Teaching Presentation, Alertness on Disaster, Natural Disasters, Preparedness...
Woman is exploited in patriarchal system.The patriarchal system allows man to have physical relationship outside marriage. It is normal in the view of society. But, even if a woman is suspected of having relation outside marriage, the men view it as if the calamity has fallen on their family. This is injustice to women.
Topics: Patriarchal System, Social State of Woman, Superstitions
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Many feminist theories originated in the West and therefore reflected the social and cultural background of the writers and the nature of social configurations within which they sought explanations. More relevant for us are the family—immediate and extended—with its hold over loyalties of its members, a deeply hierarchic society stratified by caste and class, and persistent conflicts over religion, language, ethnicity and other differences.
Topics: Feminine Qualities, Social and Political, Class, Caste, Antiquit Y and Prestige, Namboodiri,...
Covid-19, apart from being a threat to human life has also proved to be detrimental for global economy. It has slowed down the pace of economic growth and has forced us to change the way we do business. Like many other goods and services, demand for electricity and supply thereof have also been severely affected by this pandemic. This has changed the power mix too, in an environment friendly way. The road ahead seemed difficult considering the damage done by this pandemic but Indian economy is...
Topics: Covid-19, Lockdown, V Shaped Recovery, Renewable Sources
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Sericulture is an agro-based industry, which suits rural-based farmers, farm women, entrepreneurs, and artisans need less investment. India is the second largest producer of silk in the world, next to China. In reality, sericulture is an occupation for mostly small and marginal farmers as well as for women.
Topics: Sericulture, By-Product, Waste, Entrepreneurship Development, Income
Assignment Problem is universally used to solve real valued problems. In this paper, the values of the Fuzzy Assignment Problem are considered as Triangular fuzzy numbers. First, the triangular fuzzy numbers are converted into crisp values using standard deviation method. Then, the optimum schedule of the Fuzzy Assignment Problem is obtained, by usual Hungarian Method. This approach is illustrated by a numerical example.
Topics: Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Triangular Numbers, Fuzzy Assignment Problem, Hungarian Method, Standard...
The study critically examined organizational appraisal, which simply involves the assessment of functional areas policies and strategies. The focus on appraisal and diagnosis of the external environment enables the firm to think of what it might choose to do, as well as determining which opportunities and threats could be significant to the company in the future.
Topics: Organizational Appraisal, Capabilities Factors, Functional Strategies, Firms Sustainability,...
Unitary and federal are the main systems of governance; however, there are other systems of governments as well in modern politics. Some of the systems of politics have been changed due to the immediate needs of the country and the desire of the political leadership.
Topics: Constitution, Federalism, Governance, Need, System
The functioning of cities is closely linked to the use of available resources and energies. After the Industrial Revolution, the modern, energy-intensive model of the city has since spread widely around the world, and is today a model that has been widely duplicated in developing countries. However, this modern model of the city is no longer suited to today's climate challenges.
Topics: Urban Planning, Urban Regulation, Heat Island, Energy Efficiency, Energy Transition
Right now seeming near the research of the particular calculations for their sensibility, probability, adaptability regarding the matter of cloud situation, after that we attempt to suggest the hybrid technique that might be grasped to improve the contemporary level further.
Topics: Cloud Computing, Met Heuristic, GA, PSO and VNPSO
This article discusses some introductory ideas associated with complex number More complex the society, the more complex is the need of the mathematical needs. Here we look at the nth roots and solution of the equations = 1. Since last four centuries, the complex systems are being studied with increasing intensity as it is widely accepted as mathematical truth, for representation’s sake or by choice.
Topics: Complex Numbers, Analytical Functions, Series, Sequence, Convergence, Residues
The Indian economy is one of the fastest expanding economies one arth and its growth and development are majorly dependent on the public and private sectors. The Government is continuously working on identifying key areas with the sole aim to upgrade, improve and strengthen the position of CPSEs. Owing to this fact
Topics: Maharatna Companies, SAIL, PPP Model, CPSE and Financial Performance
This essay aims at unearthing the myriad connotations of women’s silence in selected short stories of Shashi Deshpande. Despite her refusal to identify herself as a feminist, Deshpande seeks to unravel the ways and the strategies that women often resort to in order to break free of the silence that patriarchy enjoins upon them.
Topics: Silence, Speech, Patriarchy, Women
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The study examined the relationship between Strategic Human Resource Management and organizational effectiveness in Nigeria. Strategic Human Resource Management is achieved by linking Human Resource Management (HRM) with strategic goals and objectives in order to improve business effectiveness and develop organizational culture that fosters innovation and flexibility. It involves planning human resource activities in such a way to enable organizations to achieve their goals. Human resource...
Topics: Organization, HRM, SHRM, Descriptive, Goals
Foreign language learners spontaneously employ translation as a tool to support their learning. Omani EFL and FFL learners are no exception. A number of local empirical studies have investigated the use of translation in Core English in Oman. However, this is the first study to examine translation use in Elective EFL and FFL classrooms.
Topics: EFL, FFL, Learning Tool, Theme Generation Model, Translation
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The vast majority of Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) researches is mostly focused on security and ATM modeling, but no study has considered extracting financial information from the electronic journal (EJs). ATM Customer transactions are recorded in a semi-structured text file called EJ. This makes it difficult to run a direct search query on such format to resolve transaction disputes in banks. This research focuses on how to extract financial information from ATM EJs. An EJ Parser algorithm...
Topics: Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), ATM State chart, EJ Parser, ATM Electronic Journal, EJs, EJ, NDC,...
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ABSTRACT Apart from the theme of oppressive nature of Indian joint family system and its morbid shadow on the individual's social and psychological, behaviour, Mahesh Dattani treads another area—human sexuality—both in its natural and so-called unnatural facets, in his play Seven Steps around the Fire. Eunuchs in India generally belong to the hijra community. Hijras are found all over India leading a pathetic life devoid of any social recognition. They are objects of mistrust, ridicule and...
Topics: KEYWORDS: Eunuchs, Hijras, Unnatural, Marginal, Ridicule, Contempt
The article explores the involvement of the work of Dorothy Livesay to Canadian modernist poetry during the 1940s and to creatively connect female subjectivity to a belated Canadian modernism which included female poets writing about themselves, their own gender and their belonging to Canada. Livesay's early work is motivated on the subjectivity of an emerging female-centred poetics inspired by feminist readings of Modernism.
Topics: Female Subjectivity, Male-Chauvinism, Sexist Bias, Psychological, Physical Exploitation,...
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Topics: Lakshmi, Durga and Saraswati and Put on the Pedestals of Glory, and so went the saying 'Yatra...
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In India a system of ritualised prostitution, known as Devadasi System, exists. In this system a girl, usually before reaching the age of puberty, is dedicated or married to a temple, continues in several southern states including Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala and some parts of Maharastra and Orissa. Literally meaning „female servant of god, “Devadasi” is usually belong to the Dalit community. The word “Devadasi” originates from two Sanskrit words Deva ‟ which means...
Topics: Dalit Women, Devadasi, Hinduism, Indian Social System, History
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Indian fictional landscape has witnessed a significant swing in almost all spheres of life especially in the 21st century. In fact, it has been going through a generational change. We have left our borrowed colonial attire far behind and want to read and write more about our own roots, shadows and cultural twigs. By attributing scientific explanations to the conventional cultural ethics, the contemporary writers have recast the indigenous Indian culture with a refreshing perspective which has...
Topics: Mythology, Modern Retelling, Culture, Popular Fiction, Reconstruction, Indianness
Contract farming, has so far found a long history of being practiced commonly in both developed and developing countries for few recent years. The contract farming means future agreement between buyers and farmers in which farmers provide a product on agreed date and delivering quality products to the buyer at a predetermined price.
Topics: Contract Farming, Acts, Major Companies, Process, Supply Chains
Armed Conflicts are inevitable now days. The international community wants to establish their power, domain and dominance over the weaker section with the aid of armed conflicts, either it may be internal or international. The risk factors in armed conflicts usually reflected on the vulnerable and disadvantaged group. In such group, the disabled persons stand first.
Topics: Art 11 OF UNCRPD, Persons with Disabilities
Tragedy is an eternally powerful dramatic representation in literature that, across generations, has stood the test of time and gripped audiences with its strong and realistic protagonists whose tragic flaw may be their downfall. However, the question must be asked: how realistic is this tragic flaw put forth? Does the male tragic protagonist’s tragic flaw lie solely within him and not the circumstances around him? And what about the existence of female tragic protagonists? To answer these...
Topics: Female, Male, Tragic Flaw, Tragic Protagonist
The article presents a synthesis of resources in different internationally areas (Europe, Africa, Middle East, Romania), physical map and positioning of the Carboniferous Basin Jiu Valley in Romania, and it is noted that the general economic development, with the declared objective for sustainability,
Topics: Coal Resources, Environment, Efficiency, Quality Conversion, New Post-Exploitation Economy
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This paper attempts to explore how L P Devkota, in his poem “The Illiterate”, subverts the conventionally established notion that the literate people are civilized whereas the illiterate are uncivilized. It also shows Devkota‟s effort to dismantle the hypocrisies, pomposities, arrogance, follies, fopperies, atrocities, discriminatory attitudes and calculating thoughts of the so-called literate people with the motive of establishing a harmonious society through education based on morality,...
Topics: Irony, Subversion, Il/Literate, Animal Imageries, Morality, Humanity
Online reviews have been widely studied in the hospitality and tourism literature. Travel photos notify and encourage consumers by passing on direct travel experience. Despite the increase in travel photos in online reviews, analyzing the effects of photos remains a challenge. This study attempts to find the impact of user uploaded photos on valence of online review ratings. Data of 151 hotels was collected from the travel review website. The findings support the proposed hypotheses.
Topics: Online Reviews, User Uploaded Photos, Valence Ratings, Travel Review Website
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Andrew Marvell is one of the most distinguished representatives of the Metaphysical School. In his poem To His Coy Mistress, Marvell employs the literature skill of Defamiliarization to impress the readers, giving them a new reading experience. In terms of structure, he creates a structure that the time and space are inconsecutive to prolong the reading process of the readers.
Topics: Drama in Education, Drama Techniques, Language Learning, Perception
Right now seeming near the research of the particular calculations for their sensibility, probability, adaptability regarding the matter of cloud situation, after that we attempt to suggest the hybrid technique that might be grasped to improve the contemporary level further.
Topics: Cloud Computing, Met Heuristic, GA, PSO and VNPSO
This study presents Beninese in-service EFL teachers’ perspectives on obstacles and facilitators to the implementation of an inclusive approach to teaching and learning in secondary schools. Following a qualitative design, 180 participants were selected and organized into heterogeneous discussion groups in order to collect relevant data. Eventually 160 participated in the study, thereby giving a participation rate of 88,88%. Audio recordings of the sessions were made and transcribed using...
Topics: Benin Context, In-Service EFL Teachers, Obstacles, Facilitators, Inclusion.
Devanoor Mahadeva is an Indian writer and a public intellectual who writes in the Kannada language. He is known for Kannada Dalit Bandaya literary movement. He has written a number of novels and short stories which are written in simple colloquial Kannada and plots have a remarkable with present touch. His Kusuma Baale, written in Kannada, won the Central Sahitya Akademy Award in 1990. The Ones who sold themselves is a short story translated into English by P.P. Giridhar and originally written...
Topics: Dalit, Oppression, Resistance, Subordinates, Victimized
The paper is intended to determine the working philosophy, welfare facilities, impact on organization’s efficiency, mutual obligations and involvement of employer and employee and performance appraisal effects. The paper consists of objectives, limitations, research methodology, findings, suggestions, and conclusions. The information is collected using primary and secondary data. The responses given by the workers of the company is analyzed and interpreted using different types of statistical...
Topics: Absenteeism, Productivity, Service Sector
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Active wireless communication between high speed vehicles, nowadays, is actually a very challenging problem and using advanced mathematics & signal processing methods, we can significantly increase the reliability of those systems. The technology has been developed now globally and is termed as Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC). For DSRC, IEEE has made a new protocol IEEE802.11p with some amendments in the previous IEEE802.11a.    In this paper we are using 802.11p for vehicular...
Topics: DSRC, 802.11p, 802.11, Packet Delivery Ratio, Delay, AODV, DSR, VANET, NS2
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In ancient India the sources of drugs were of vegetable, animal and mineral origin. They were prepared empirically by few experienced persons. Knowledge of that medical system was usually kept secret within a family. There were no scientific methods of standardization of drugs. But now-a-days, pharmacy field developed to an extent and improved in many ways. The researcher researched the problems faced by the retail medical stores in many ways and suggested some points to recover from the...
Topics: Medical Stores, Pharmaceutical Companies, Indian Medicines
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This paper presents a brief description on the various themes in the works of George Bernard Shaw, one of the greatest Irish playwrights. In his plays, Shaw presented his views on various social evils and other political, religious, economic problems. His plays are basically discussions on the mental reactions of people towards certain problems, and are therefore known as the problem plays. His aim in writing plays was not the story telling or entertaining an audience; rather, he wanted to draw...
Topics: Life Force, Drama of Ideas, Pseudo-Novel, Problem Plays, New Woman
Religion is a major factor in India. Some of the scriptures are propagating the wrong philosophy and some are misinterpreted by the people to befool the public. The Dalits have shown that the saying Ignorance is Bliss does not apply to them. They have been following the politicized standard of religious preaching; they consider themselves lesser than the people who belong to the higher caste of the people. The upper caste people misguide the lower caste persons and make them understand that...
Topics: Manusmriti, Dalit, Savarna, Discrimination, Technique
This study is intended to find the correlation between Musical Intelligence and Motivational Adjustment Variables of Personality of Secondary School students of Kerala. The result shows that there is significant positive correlation between Musical Intelligence and motivational adjustment variables of Personality.
Topics: Musical Intelligence, Motivational Adjustment variables of Personality
Being a contemporary poet of William Shakespeare and still stay a distinguished, original and independent author of the English literature must have been considerably challenging.
Topics: Metaphysical Conceit, Metaphysical Wit, Passionate Love, Sublime Love
This research is part of a larger study exploring the implementation of inference-making skill in reading comprehension in the Omani educational context. This part of the study was designed to investigate the provided instructions related to inference-making as presented in post-basic English language Teachers' Guides (TGs). In order to achieve this aim, a content analysis tool was developed which comprised of three parts.
Topics: Inference-Making, Reading Comprehension, Reading Strategies, Prior Knowledge, Teachers‘ Guides
The purpose of the present paper is to define and study D-concurrent vector fields in a Finsler space of five-dimensions. In this paper, D-concurrent vector fields of first kind based on D-tensors of first kind in a Finsler space of Five-dimensions have been defined and studies.
Topics: D-Concurrence, Curvatures and Five-Dimensional Finsler Space
Advertising is a type of communication whose ultimate goal is to persuade potential customers of the good qualities of products and services. There are various strategies that advertisers employ in order to persuade their customers to take purchasing decisions. One of them is the designing of an advertisement in which the pictorial images and other graphic designs are prominent. Another persuasive technique is the use of language to transmit the advertising message. In this regard, copywriters...
Topics: Grammatical Units, Standard Theory, Advertising, Advertisement, Advertiser, Copywriter, English...
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by S. Vasantha, V. Dhanraj & Thiayalnayaki
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One of the important tool and technique used to measure the financial performance of the company is ratio analysis. It helps to measure the operational and financial efficiency of the business undertaking. Ratios are the foundation for the application of Altman z-score model. This model can be used to predict the bankruptcy of the firm up to 2-3 years in advance. This paper attempts to predict the bankruptcy of selective airlines such as king fisher airlines, jet Airways and spic jet airways....
Topics: Business Failure, Bankruptcy, Altman’s Z-Score Model, Financial Ratios
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Anton Chekhov is one of the greatest literary stalwarts of not just Russia but of the world. He addressed the woman question in many of his works. Betrothed is one of them. Existential Feminism debunks and discredits the enfeebling gender roles and cultural constructs foisted on women by society, hampering their self-determination.
Topics: Existentialism, Feminism, Patriarchal Constrictions, Eternal Feminine, Immanence, Inessential...
The entire globe seems to be reeling under a pathogenic threat; a global contagion is doing the rounds, has been the buzzword. But, the news of India-China border confrontation at Galwan Valley in Mid June 2020 has also been grabbing headlines and created a volatile situation in Ladakh Valley.
Topics: Pathogenic Threat, Global Contagion, Rising Dragon, Dancing Elephant, Constructivism, Realism,...
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Software e ngineering as a discipline is still evolving and not yet stable. The people associated with computer field often face problems with the software. Software Requirements and estimation provides software professionals the information they need to address requirements engineering and estimation. Requirements form the basis of the initial estimates and plans on which the software product is built and validated. This paper recapitulates the definition of software requirement engineering....
Topics: Requirements, SRS, Functional Requirements, Non-Functional Requirements, DFD
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One of the most versatile and remunerative techniques for handling biodegradable solid wastes is composting. The areca nut waste Composing was carried out using 8 kg of raw materials in a composting pit of 0.5m width, 0.50 m length and 1 m height. The areca nut waste substrates arranged layer by layer and inoculated with the microbial inoculums of ligno cellulolytic organism at the rate of 5 kg per ton of substrate. Arecanut waste inoculated Phanerochaete chrysosporium, Pleurotous sajarcaju...
Topics: Composting, Lignin, Organic Matter, Inoculums, Arecanut Waste, Biodegradation
In this paper, problem of obstacle encountered by using various trials and examinations. It is suggested that in large surroundings home land surroundings with regards of robot requests, it can become more effective if the trials of robot considers acquaintance already gained and its results during rest of the plan of actions.
Topics: Path Planning, RPPOA, Homeland Environment
This study examined female lecturers’ dispositions about feminism and whether their perception is in accordance with the various print media vibrations of feminism. The study was anchored on the critical theory. The study gathered data from respondents using the survey research design. The population of the study was a cumulative number of female lecturers in the University of Port Harcourt and Rivers State University, which amounted to 567 respondents. The copies of the questionnaire were...
Topics: Print Media, Feminism, Universities
Fruit is a mature ovary, essential for human diet. Fruits peels represent almost 30 % of the total weight and are of primary by-product. This study aimed to investigate the proximate composition of fruits peels: orange (Citrus sinensis), Banana (Musa paradisiaca) and lemon (Citrus limen) peels. Proximate analysis was done according to standard procedures, fruits peels were removed and analysed for the nutrient content.
Topics: Fruit, Nutrient, Diet, Peels, Proximate
In this paper, we discuss e-waste, the trade of e-waste, the advantages and disadvantages of the e-waste trade. We also discuss the laws and regulations related to the e-waste trade at the national level in India. We find that the stockpile of ewaste has been increasing over the period both due to domestic production and the import of the e-waste. E-waste and its trade have both positive and negative effects on human health and the environment, however, the disadvantages are far more and...
Topics: E-Waste, Trade, Environment, India
Human being always has been searching for better life-li-hood from the beginning of human evolution, and they are moving from one area to another from their own instinct
Topics: Descendants, Refugees, Compelled, Unparalleled, Exodus, Accompanied
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In this article, some of Iran (and my) scientific problems are mentioned. Also, my own honors are reviewed. It is concluded that Iran and I will not become anything in the science, I have no intelligence and Iran and I will not become anything in general.
Topics: Politics, JePolitics, Jealousy, DEPRESSIVE REALISM, Industryalousy, DEPRESSIVE REALISM, Industry
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Public finance deals with the finances of the Government. It deals with the problem of how the Government raises it’s resources to meet it’s ever –rising expenditure. According to Dalton public finance is “concerned with the income and expenditure of public authorities and with the adjustment of one to the other”. Thus effects of taxation, Government expenditure, public borrowing and deficit financing on the economy constitutes the subject matter of public finance. It also explains in...
Topics: Public Finance, Taxation, Revenue, Expenditure
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Since independence non-governmental organisations have played a vital role in the political, social and economic development of Zimbabwe and have managed to achieve this through advocating general public goods such as human rights, democracy and providing service to the poor people and this has been seen as a significant complement to the government efforts of delivering basic rights and improving livelihoods of Zimbabwean people. In spite of this critical role, the studies show that NGOs face...
Topics: Non Governmental Organisations, Entrepreneurial Culture, Sustenance, Livelihoods
The mechanics of theatre production need not be known to its audience because what they eventually see on stage is nothing but a rebuilding of life. Hence it is not surprising that theatre became a very popular and powerful form of art until it was challenged by the modern mass media. Hitherto it can be safely said that theatre even today wields a formidable influence on the people and can be as during the 16th century it was the most popular and influential form of entertainment.
Topics: Mechanics, Theatre, Indian Dramatists, Psyche
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“To subvert is not the aim of literature, its value lies in discovering and revealing what is rarely known, little known, thought to be known, but in fact not very well known of the truth of the human world [1]. It would seem that truth is the unassailable and most basic quality of literature.” The words of Gao Xingjian that the literature is to find out the things which are actually important for the society, but also to be present in a form where it should be useful regarding society [2]....
Topics: Karnad, Literature, Society, Myth and History
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Hate crimes attack the victims not only physically but they and theirfamiliesbegin to question their very own identity causing vulnerable citizens in the country. The hate motivated crimes are not dependent on the behaviour or conduct of a person but are based on his caste, gender, religion.
Topics: Hate Crimes, Lynching, Hate Speech, Caste-Based and Gender Based Violence
Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is an important initiative in the field of financial inclusion which is targeted at making all the necessary banking services available to every person in our country especially the poor. This paper deals with a critical analysis of this Yojana in order to find out to what extent it had been able to benefit the people through financial inclusion.
Topics: Financial Inclusion, Banks, Beneficiaries, Debit Cards, Bank Account etc
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The intension of the project is to develop fully green biodegradable complex laminates using natural fibers from Tamarind, A leguminous tree which belongs to the FABACEAE / FABACEAE INDIGENOUS family. It is aimed to prepare the laminates, using Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) fiber as Strengthener and PVA as the matrix material.
Topics: Mechanical Compounds, Tamarind Fibre, Composite Material
nature, various types of plant are available. These nuts are important for living things. The nuts containing organic and inorganic matter are present organic matter contains lipid, carbohydrates, vitamin C, protein, fats etc. Similar to plant foods, nuts provide a range of nutrients, including large quantities of healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and moderate amounts of protein.
Topics: Nuts Nutritional Quality, Organic & Inorganic Matter in Nuts, Biochemical and Biophysical,...
Turnaround time in recruitment refers to the total time taken in the entire process. This time starts when a requisition is made to for a vacant position to the time when the candidate actually joins the organization. The use of internet to select candidates from a database makes this process to be known as e- recruitment. The study was carried out at Cafe Coffee Day (CCD). The study was to determine the time taken in the e-recruitment process. The purpose of this study was to benchmark the...
Topics: Turnaround Time, Recruitment, SPSS, Survey, Café Coffee Day
It was in the second half of nineteenth century that a number of personalities gathered in Berhampur, who added new dimension to the Bengal Renaissance. They enriched Bengal with their wisdom and scholarly activities over the century. Many mysteries regarding social, cultural and political aspects of the past of the country have been revealed with their tireless efforts. It can be said that renaissance does not take place in any particular region all of a sudden; a suitable background helps it...
Topics: Orientalist, Intelligentsia, Renaissance, Annotated, Classical
This study examined female lecturers’ dispositions about feminism and whether their perception is in accordance with the various print media vibrations of feminism. The study was anchored on the critical theory. The study gathered data from respondents using the survey research design.
Topics: Print Media, Feminism, Universities
In the beginning of the human civilization the pattern of most of the human settlements was rural in nature. Most of the urban settlements have developed from the rural settlements. Prior to the Industrial Revolution the world’s population resided in rural settlements, but the period that followed the Industrial Revolution witnessed rapid migration of rural population to the towns and cities.
Topics: Civilization, Migration, Urbanization, Environment, Population, Uttarakhand
Sustainable development is the need of the hour and financial inclusion is a necessary step in achieving the SDGs, especially for emerging economies. Financial inclusion is not listed as one among the 17 SDGs, but it plays an active role as a mediator in achieving SDG1, SDG2, SDG3, SDG5, SDG8, SDG9 and SDG10. Digital inclusion will undoubtedly be the future of financial inclusion policies, especially during the times of crisis.
Topics: Sustainable Development, Sustainable Development Goals, Financial Inclusion, Developing Economies
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At present day we are facing a problem of fuel shortage. Near about 70% fuel contained alcohol to avoid shortage we have to find out alternative method of alcohol production. Besides that, the bio fuels are obtained from green biomass can also represent the promising type of energy source.
Topics: Maize Stem, Guinea Stem, Fermentation, Alcohol
India is well known for ancient arts and handicrafts creating unique identity throughout the world. In the state of Chhattisgarh, the Bastar Art which is having a distinctive characteristics and excellence in making exotic handicrafts with a wide variety of designs and shapes is still unreachable and unknown to the customers at national and international level. Bastar region having very old and deep rooted handicraft traditions. Bell metal craft (Dhokara art/ Gadhwa art),...
Topics: Handicrafts, Bastar, Traditions
The economic liberalization of the early nineties, coupled with deregulation of exchange rates in 1993, facilitated the introduction of interest rate, and foreign exchange derivatives in India. Foreign exchange derivatives are used by firms to alleviate foreign exchange exposures. The foreign exchange exposures arising due to the uncertainty about exchange rates may have significant effects on the earnings of the firms. The use of derivatives is still highly regulated in India due to partial...
Topics: Foreign Exchange Exposure, Derivatives, Forwards, Futures, Options, Swaps JEL Classification: F 30,...
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The COVID 19 have testing times for the brands and marcom companies, the sudden outbreak of the pandemic brought the lives to a standstill, and amidst this most of the brands started struggling to find a feat for themselves. It has been indeed challenging to sell the products. A number of companies have reworked towards communicating their brands to gain a maximum share.
Topics: Advertising, Communication, Brand, Covid-19
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ICT is, and will continue to be, a catalyst in advancing and development. New information and communication technologies overcome the barriers of distance and time, and significantly improve the accessibility of information and knowledge. As a result, the sharing of information and knowledge quickly and effectively becomes feasible and acts as a key element in achieving development goals and mitigating the impact of unforeseen events such as natural disasters or outbreaks of disease. These...
Topics: ICT, Digital Economy, Society
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by OLUWASUJI C. OLAWOLE, ESAN VINCENT A & AFOLABI, MUYIWA BAMIDELE
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The third estate of the realm are the three organs of government namely; legislature, executive and judiciary while the fourth estate is the mass media which serves as watchdog over three principal of government. The anti-press rule which operates prior to the rebirth of democracy in May 29, 1999 seems to repeal the freedom of unhindered flow of information in Nigeria. This study therefore examines the relationship between democracy and fourth estate. The study adopts libertarian theory of the...
Topics: Nigeria, Fourth Estate, Mass Media and Democracy