ISSN NO : 2321-5488
Volume:II Issue:VII January,2015
PURVIEWING FINANCIAL PLANNING IN COLLEGES OF RAIGAD DISTRICT
Ashok D. Wagh
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College or any educational institution requires financial planning alongwith academic planning. Higher education is the place and seat of learning where majority of younger generation is involved. Thus, higher education becomes a major industry which creates skilled and qualified human resources. Financial planning, financial transactions, methods and systems of accounting used by these colleges invoke interests in the minds ofacademicians and scholars of accounting and financial analysts. The Arts, Science and Commerce colleges in Raigad District affiliated to University of Mumbai and are also aided by the UGC are selected in this paper to collect the data. On the basis of the collected information, inferences are drawn regarding the financial plan and approval of the same practised by the sample colleges. The present paper attempts to throw light upon the designing financial plan and approval practices in the conventional colleges.

ASSERTIVENESS AMONG DEGREE COLLEGE STUDENTS IN RELATION TO GENDER AND LEVEL OF EDUCATION
Indu Rathee
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Assertiveness is a skill that involves speaking and acting with power while maintaining respect for others. The aim of the present research is the investigation of assertiveness among college students with regard to gender and level of education. In order to study the problem, the survey method was used to collect the data. The sample for the study was collected from the four degree colleges of Sonipat city(Haryana). 120 students (60 male and 60 female) were randomly and equally selected from undergraduate and postgraduate level. “Rathus Assertiveness Schedule” developed by Rathus was administered to the selected sample to assess the assertiveness. The data so collected was analyzed statistically by employing mean, SD and t-test. The finding reveals that there is no significant difference between male and female students in their assertiveness but there is significant difference with regards to their level of education.

THE DYNAMICS OFWATER AND SANITARY PROBLEM AMONG DELHI SLUM MIGRANTS
Jeetendra Yadav , Chander Shekhar
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Mushrooming growth of slum population exerts increased pressure on provision of minimum basic services such as housing, water supply, health, education and others basic infrastructure including sanitation. Supply of these services is one of the biggest challenges to all urban planners and policy makers. So far we have been able to deal with their needs in terms of human settlement and other amenities as ‘fire fighting’ approach and never as a ‘planned’ approach in any of the Indian cities (Suresh.V:2001). If cities do not deal with the problems of the slums in a conservative way, they will deal with the cities in a destructive way “; says Robert McNamara, former president of the World Bank. If cities do not take care of the slums, the slums will take over the cities.

RECENT TRENDS IN COMMERCE & MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
Balaji N. Devkate
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The growing phenomenon of globalization, liberalization and privatization has been immensely influencing the Commerce Education. Alvin Toffler in his famous book “Future Shock” says that, “To help avert future shock, we Must create a super industrial educational system and to do this, we must search for our objectives, methods in the future rather than past. Education must shift into future tense.” The Higher Education sector in India is very vast. The role of Higher Education in national development is well established. The objectives of Higher Education can be achieved only through qualitative change in the system. The output of Commerce Education should be multidimensional and with full global competitiveness. But we have to realize that the Commerce graduate have lack of practical knowledge. The practical oriented Commerce Education is a need of the age.

KAZAKHSTAN’S OIL & GAS AND ITS PROSPECT FOR INDIA
Rashmi R Baruah
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The dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991 led to the emergence of five Central Asian Republics – Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. These are energy-rich countries with huge reserves of oil and gas. Kazakhstan is rich in oil, Turkmenistan has more of natural gas and Uzbekistan has modest reserves of both oil and gas, while although Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan do not have oil/gas but are endowed with surplus hydro power.

ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के स्थानीय में महिलाओ के आरक्षण के प्रति लोगो के दृष्टीकोणका अध्ययन
अनिल कुमार
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भारतवर्ष में प्राचीन काल से ही यहा गावो में स्वायत शासन की परम्परा रही है | मुख्यतः सभी कालो में ग्राम शासन की सबसे छोटी ईकाई रही है | शासको द्वारा बहुत कम अवसरो पर गावो के शासन प्रबन्ध में हस्तक्षेप किया जाता था | गावं की प्रबन्ध व्यवस्था एवं सुरक्षा के लिए, स्थानीय लोगों द्वारा संयोजित एक संस्था होती थी | जिसे विभिन्न कालो में ग्राम सभा, ग्राम समिति, ग्राम पंचायत आदि नामो से पुकारा जाता रहा है |

THE OPPRESSION OF WOMEN AND ABUSE OF ENVIRONMENT AND WOMEN’S ENDEAVOR FOR ECOLOGICAL REVOLUTION IN HOGAN’S POWER: ECOFEMINIST PERCEPTION
R. D. Gholap
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Ecofeminism is a fusion of feminism and environmentalism. It is the movement by women crucial to save the planet. As a philosophy, it conceives that there are certain connections between the oppression of women and degradation of nature in contemporary society. It implies the mechanism of dominance in terms of the patriarchal, colonialist and racist hegemony. Ecofeminists believe that an exploration and understanding of these connections is necessary to end various forms of oppression. The ultimate goal of ecological feminism or ecofeminism is liberation of women and nature in order to reach the holistic vision of living together on the earth.

SOLUTIONS TO OVERCOME PEER PRESSURE
G. J. Raut
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Psychological Illness Is common In an educational Institution. Out of the different psychological Illness, the peer pressure Is common among students, teachers, administrators, etc. Peer pressure is the influence exerted by a peer group, encouraging individuals to change their attitudes, values, or behaviors in order to conform to group norms. A person affected by peer pressure may or may not want to belong to these groups. They may also recognize dissociative groups with which they would not wish to associate, and thus they behave adversely concerning that group's behaviors. Peer pressure can also have positive effects when people are pressured toward positive behavior, such as volunteering for charity or excelling in academics or athletics, by their peers. This present paper made an attempt to understand and overcome the peer pressure by the various tips stated in the subsequent paragraphs

CO-RELATION BETWEEN SINDI'S ROOTLESSNESS AND SEXSCAPADES IN THE FOREIGNER
S K Mishra and Kapil Kumar Gupta
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In The Foreigner Arun Joshi delineates a co-relation between rootlessness and the sexscapades of Sindi Obroi in a world in which he is free to form meaningful or meaningless relationships. In fact his encounters with the opposite sex are directly proportional to his sense of not belonging anywhere. His sense of rootlessness makes him indulge in sexscapades and then withdraw. However these sexscapades result in emptiness and accumulation of chaos within. They ultimately turn Sindi to stand for others and surrender his ego.

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