ISSN NO : 2321-5488
Volume:I Issue:IX March,2014
Maharashtratil stri bhrunhtya v mulichya jnmdratil ghtte praman: ek samajik smassya
Bhurake Nagorao Sabhaji
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Bharatatil sanskruti hi jagatil prachin mhnun olakhali jate.

Gandhian Ethicalprincipes: The Means And The Ends
Malvika Singh
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According to Gandhi, the ultimate objective of man's life is to seek selfrealization. In Gandhian philosophy means and ends are convertible terms. The two are inseparable and should be equally pure. That the end is high and appreciable is just not sufficient for Gandhi. The means too must be ethical and moral. Infact, to an extent the means are to him constitutes everything. This emphasis on means is partly due to the fact that a human being can only strive, and is unable to control the end result.But end results grow out of the means occupied. T o quote Gandhi, “as the means so is the end”. Gandhi was also inspir ed by the Gita doctrine of 'niskama karma', that is, action without attachment. This doctrine teaches that a good deed produce only a good result. Thus, Gandhi believes that, if an individual takes care of the means, the end will be automatically be taken care of itself. And that realization of the goal is in directly proportional to that means. T o Gandhi, 'an attempt made to achieve swaraj is swaraj itself'.

Statistical Analysis On The Sustainable Development of india With Reference To Agricultoral sector
O.Hari Babu , P .Chenchu Reddy , A.M.Mahaboob Basha , R.V .S.S Nagabhushana Rao , T .Sudha and B.Madhusudhana Rao
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Agricultural sector plays a prominent role in Indian economy . Even still in India, 2013 the GDP fr om Agricultural sector is less as compared with other sectors like Industrial sector and service sector . The Agricultural sector still plays a prominent role in Indian economy , because the dependents in agricultural sector are less as compared with other sectors. That's reason why ther e is a huge importance for Agricultural sector in India. This paper aims at to explain about the importance of agricultural sector and old methods and new methods in agricultural sector and the socio-economical impact on agricultural sector in India.

A Critical Study of Innovation in Teacher Education Curriculum in India
Parmar V anraj Virabhai
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It is written in the—International Encyclopedia of Education (V oll : II)', writes:" An innovation can impact on the choice of content to be included in a programme, and on the structure of courses include in a programme.”All the thr ee levels of teacher education like, (A) pre-service, (B) in-service and(C) on service can contain an element of innovation. Before the discussion and deal with the numerous innovations which were conceived and tried out at the above thr ee levels in India, let us try to understand these thr ee levels of programmes.

Dinkr ki rshmirthi me upeshit dlit neta krnn ka udhar
T. Shinivasulu
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Rshmirthi kavy ki rchna yugin manytao ko vani pradan krne ke

The Effect of Ujjayi Pranayama On Selected Bio-Chemical Variables
Mahendra Pratap Gaur
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The purpose of the study was to see the effect of Ujjayi Pranayama on selected bio- chemical variables of D.A.V . P .G. College, Lucknow (U.P .). The subjects chosen for the study were divided randomly into two equal groups called control and experimental groups consisting of twenty boys in each group. The students of B.A. and B.Sc. who have opted Physical Education as subject were selected for this study and their age ranged fr om 17 to 23 years. The investigator explained to them the purpose, importance of the experiment and the procedure to be employed to collect their Blood sample, instrument reliability . Further the role of the subjects during the experimentation and the testing procedure was also explained to them in detail. Six weeks of Pranayama trainings were given to the experimental group. The control group was not allowed to participate in any of the training programmes, except in their regular physical education programmes. The experimental group underwent the training programme as per the training schedule prepared by the investigator . The training programme was held five days in a week for 06 weeks; the training was conducted by a yoga trainer and was personally supervised by the investigator . The variables selected for this study were Red Blood Corpuscles (total count), White Blood Corpuscles (total count) and Haemoglobin. Estimation of biochemical variables and the blood samples were analyzed with the help of lab technicians under the supervision of the biochemist and blood samples were analyzed in the research laboratory of biochemistry for the blood test standard equipments, reagents and chemicals were used. Qualitative measurements by qualified personnel with standard equipments of the selected variable for each of the subjects were taken at the beginning and at the conclusion of an experimental period of six weeks. The insignificant mean differences between the pre and post test scores in each of the variables among the group were analysed by the analysis of't' test the level of significance chosen was 0.05. The't' test for bio-chemical variables of total Red Blood Corpuscles, White Blood Corpuscles and Haemoglobin percentage indicated that the resultant t- ratio in the case of post- test was statistically insignificant.

EVALUATING TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME
Ashokkumar. B. Surapur
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Teachers have been identified as pivotal in determining the level of achievement realized by the students in the classroom. Professional development for teachers has been recognized as a means to provide teachers with the requisites to make changes to their practice and the potential to improve student achievement (Ball & Cohen, 1999; Cohen & Hill, 2000).Just as there is no simple system for evaluating the quality of faculty research, there is no simple system for evaluating the quality of faculty teaching. However, by thinking carefully about the purposes of evaluation, and by crafting multiple methods of evaluation that suit those purposes, one can devise evaluation systems that are reliable, valid, and fair. Equally important, the process of discussing and crafting evaluation systems focuses attention on the practice of good teaching and helps to create a culture in which teaching is highly valued.

R.H. DESHPANDE (1861 - 1931) EARLY LIFE AND MAIN APPROACHS OF THE SCOLARS
S. C. Kamalapur
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Ramachandra Hanumant Deshpande. Who get First M.A .Degree in Northern Karnataka, he was born in 1861 at Narendra ahamlet near dharwad By the time he came of Age, that the national movement was taking clear shape, and Deshpande remain inside the orbit of this change After his M.A in 1884, he joined government service as first assistant in the sardar High school Belur in 1885. He also served in the department of education as Inspector. Translator and lecturer in the college of education of Bombay. He retired from government service in early 1916. The Governor of Bombay appointed him fellow of the Bombay University in recognition of this academic attainment he lived unto 1931. Kamat suryanashu

Mahatma Phule Yanchya Satyashodhak Samajacha Ek Abhyas
Suman Laxmanrao Kendre
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Jevha chlvar asahaya hoto.

PERFORMANCE OF SHGS MEMBERS AND THEIR EMPOWERMENT IN KARNATAKA
B. Siddappa
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The part experience of several programms and schemes government aiming at poverty eradication and upliftment of rural and urban poor successfully by using thrift as an entry point to organize the poor family. For poor households of these areas, the real value of savings has enormous potential to help them to make a normal living. In the process of formation of SHGs, the leading role taken by women has to be viewed in a large socio-economic context of the society and that tends to thrust upon women in many responsibilities. The SHGs are informal groups formed on a voluntary basis and perceived as people's institution, providing the poor with space and supporting them to take effective steps towards more control of their family lives in the society.

Shrirampur Talukayatil Mahanubhav pthanche kary
Balasaheb Lahanu Badhe
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Rashtriy Ekta Aur Deshprem
Sheela Y. Bhandari
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Purvajo ne charitr aur dhram-vidnyan,sahity,kala aur sanskruti ke kshetr mein jo kuch bhi prakram kiya hai us sare vistar ko hum gorav ke saath dharan karate hai aur uske tej ko apne bhavi jeevan mein sakshat dekhna chahte hai.

OWNERS: EXPLORING THE WORLD OF FEMALE PATRIARCHS.
Gitanjali Jaideep Rampal
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This article discusses the Caryl Churchill's first production for the Royal Court in 1972, Owners. The play Owners concerns a network of personal / property relationships. Caryl Churchill here cross cuts the issue of property ownership with that of gender by reversing sex roles. Property owner Marion is married to Clegg whose butcher shop has gone bankrupt. Clegg keeps planning and failing - to have Marion murdered. Her henchman Worsely keeps trying, equally ineffectually, to commit suicide. Marion's former lover Alec and his wife Lisa live in a property of Marion's, together with Alec's senile mum. When Lisa has a baby, Marion bullies her into letting her have it - as a reminder of Alec. For Clegg the child will be his successor as a butcher. Lisa then regrets having given up the baby and seduces Clegg to get it back. But Marion hangs on to the child and finally gets Worsely to set the house on fire. He does so but saves the child and returns it to Lisa. While the would-be suicide Worsely survives, Alec perishes in the flames. As the title suggests, the idea of possession is the play's basic metaphor. Caryl Churchill confirmed this in an interview with The Guardian, 1972 as quoted by Fitzsimmons in File on Churchill: There's ownership of property and things, extended into the idea of owning and controlling people. Really it goes back to the whole idea of Western individualism, and capitalism and progress, as opposed to the more Eastern idea of simply being (22).

DETERMINATION OF ECONOMIC ORDER QUANTITY CONSIDEREING KANBAN MANUFACTURING MODEL WITH INFINITE SHORTAGE COST
Kavita A. Dave
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Kanban is a tag like card on which the type and quantity of required units are written(1). This card moves from workers of one process to the workers of the preceding process. Kanban is in fact, an inventory and parts delivery approach, which combines JIT delivery to a rigid schedule, to achieve reduction in waste, and inventory costs of incoming parts, work-in-process and finished products[2]. The model building approach in a JIT system started with the Kanban model. In this paper we have developed Kanban model considering infinite shortage cost and when ordering cost is not fixed because if the shortage cost per unit short per period is infinite then JIT delivery must be such that system must never be out of stock. The model is supported by hypothetical problem which shows that the cost is minimized by Kanban model.

AGRICULTURE LAND USE CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF 'JAWAR' IN SOLAPUR DISTRICT
Mulani S.M.
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In this paper an attempt has been made to analyse the Agriculture land use pattern a special reference for 'Jawar' crop in Solapur District. This study is based on secondary data collected from secondary records. The study of laud use is mainly related to agricultural land use variations in food crop of 'jawar' in the district. It also gives an idea of changes which are undergone in the spatial distribution of agricultural land use over time. The agricultural use of land is the result of the direct application of efforts to the available land resources. The quality and the quantity of the efforts applied, is related to the decisions made by formers regarding the actual use of land. These, decisions are based on his choice of the available land resources.

Ambejogae Sharatil Hemandpanthiy Mandir Ek Parikshan
Gangne R.V.
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Maharashtratil bhumi hi Maharashtratil vaidhishtpurn bhumi manun olakhli jate.Maratvada bhumine prachin kalapassun te aajpryant etihasache anek chdhutar pahile aahet.Marathvadhyane prachin,madhyyugin aani aadhunik kalkhandat aaple etihasik yogdan dilyache dissun yete.

INDIAN AGRICULTURE SYSTEM : CHALLENGES
Abhay B. Tare
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For a country with the scale of population as India, agriculture's importance for needs of livelihood and food has been a subject of much discussion. 70 percent Indians depend on it as a means of livelihood, and all of us depend on it for our food needs. While agriculture has always been taken for granted, over recent years the discussion has shifted to the “crisis” being faced with “concerns” raised about the “reality” of the situation and what needs to done. We all know that these developments have been influenced by human actions and have not emerged as an overnight phenomenon..

ECO-TOURISM IN THE SUNDARBANS, WEST BENGAL, INDIA
Ekbal Hossain
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Eco-tourism is a very recent concept of simultaneous development of economy of the people and preservation of ecosystem of a particular area. The only livelihood of the indigenous people had been forest products and wildlife animals. Besides, reckless and random economic development with complete disregard to ecosystem of each area has caused irreparable damage to the ecological balance. Hence eco-tourism is the perfect way to fulfill the dual purpose of improving economic development and the preservation of ecological balance. Thus to create the awareness about preservation and conservation of the ecosystems and natural areas as well as to open up new avenues for employment opportunities for local people micro level study of different area is very essential and for this purpose here the Sundarbans area of West Bengal is selected. This work based on both primary as well as secondary data. The sundarbans represents a charming mistry.

“ IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES IN INDIA”
Kumar G. Kamble
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Globalization refers to the process of integration of world economies. It provides huge opportunities to several people with removal of all trade barriers among countries. Globalization happens through three channels: trade in goods and services, movement of capital and flow of finance and movement of labour. In India, the new economic policy was adopted in the year 1991. This policy was aimed at integrating Indian economy with the economics of rest world. Globalization can bring enormous opportunities as well as some important challenges which may be viewed as problems from the viewpoint of developing countries like India. On this background, this paper examines the impact of globalization on small scale industries in India in terms of increase in number of units, production and generation of employment opportunities. After the analysis, it is found that; globalization had negative impact on small scale industries in India.

" AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PRESENT NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF THE RURAL AND TRIBAL ADOLESCENTS IN OUR STATE AND ADVISE. "
Dr. V. Vijay Sarthi
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The ruling Government, of country proudly declares that majority of our population are fed properly and the nation is progressing well in that direction.

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