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This paper explored perspectives for the determination of national Industrial Relations policies used by countries in managing labor-management relations. With the aid of a historical/ analytical approach, the paper highlighted two major perspectives (voluntarism and interventionism) as labor or industrial Relations policy options put in place in countries with increasing Union density for the minimization of industrial Relations adversarialism and promotion of industrial harmony at workplaces....
Topics: Voluntarism, Interventionism, Labor Policy, Management Domination, Joint Determination, Industrial...
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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...
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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. This article critically reviews the literature of contract farming to assess the major countries in contract farming. It also identifies major crops and government...
Topics: Contract Farming, Acts, Major Companies, Process, Supply Chains
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Non-Conventional ways of Doing Marketing”: Jay Conrad Levinson “It’s about using all your communication resources to create word-of-mouth”: Wagnermartins Guerrilla Marketing is an advertising strategy that focuses on low-cost unconventional marketing tactics that yield maximum results. The word guerrilla marketing is taken from the word “Guerrilla warfare” which means that small tactic techniques used by the armed civilians. It is a marketing strategy where marketers use creative,...
Topics: Guerrilla Marketing, Low-Cost Strategy, Impact, Buying Behavior
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Agriculture sector plays an essential role in the process of economic development. Agriculture sector in India accounts for 15.9 percent of GDP and provides employment to around 49 percent of the population. The agriculture sector is a leading sector that needs a relook and reinvention. It is the time that India marches towards a 'millennium agricultural transformation' advancing from traditional agricultural system (labour intensive) to contemporary agribusiness system (capital &...
Topics: Agriculture Credit, Suicides, Repayment of Loan, Marginal Farmers, Institutional Agricultural Credit
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Presently in textile industry the advances are rapidly changing substitution of minerals such as carbon particles in tall- recital areas. Single problem of this circumstances is heating, is created private owing the heat transfer shaped by heat radiation dwindling on the top, mostly on the roof. The study suggests the groundwork of a compound substantial comprising cotton usual fiber by way of a thermal fence to be facilitated as the roof of the textile industry. This study, 23 various seals of...
Topics: Nylon Material, Automobile Sector, Ceramic Sector
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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 present study is done is to analyze the factors affecting consumers to shop organic food products in Bangalore. Primary data with a sample size of 50 consumers were employed using structured questionnaire to analyze the important key factors influencing them to use organic food. The survey data were analyzed with the help of statistic tool, From the percentage and reliability test, the results show that key factors viz., health concern, safety, freshness, store location, labels,...
Topics: Organic Food Products, Consumers, Bengaluru City
Case method, real world or authentic contexts besides laboratory and museum play a significant role in developing scientific appreciation. The principles of field based experiences and nature study can be utilized for scientific understanding, a basis for appreciating the nature as well as the scientist’s ingenuity. This study highlighted the academic standards, the content analysis for scientific contributions and teaching-learning strategies to develop scientific appreciation. The content...
Topics: Appreciation, Lower Secondary Class, Academic Standard, Scientists’ Contribution
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The needle punched nonwoven can be used as automotive interiors. The needle punched product can full-fill this purpose. This will be eco-friendly and also serves as an alternative material. The needled punched web is prepared with the three different compositions in order to find the best suitability of the purpose. The raw materials used are the cotton, kapok and recycled polyesters. Using all the three raw materials, it was made of three sheets of needle punched web with varying proportions....
Topics: Needle Punched Web, Cotton, Kapok, Recycled Polyesters, Thermal Conductivity
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The 20th century war (First and Second World War) brought death and destruction world over. War in itself, though anti-social, engaged the governments with an involvement in War with gigantic effort. Whole economic activity was directed towards war industries. It increased prices and this increase in price level stimulated some industries as a result of lavish spending by armed forces on holidays, especially at various tourist resorts in India and mostly to Kashmir. Also on the other hand,...
Topics: Trade, War, High- Prices, War–Goods, Destruction, Impact
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In the modern world, it is our main responsibility to provide better e-government service to the citizens. Now-a-days government sectors face main problems like security, availability and reliability, scalability. House tax billing to the government office is one of them problem. All citizens are not able to go to the government office and stand in queue and wait for long for paying house tax. Further, there is no facility to pay the house tax online. There are many other problems in government...
Topics: Cloud Computing Model, E-Government, E-Government Challenges
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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. Alcohol one of fermented product prepare by fermented techniques. The whole investigation done on the basis of fermentation process Fermentation is the technique in the development of new products by changing...
Topics: Maize Stem, Guinea Stem, Fermentation, Alcohol
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. With the goal that it can move cloud suppliers to offer a superior fine of administrations. A few metaheuristic calculations which incorporate Particle Swarm Streamlining (PSO) technique and Variable Neighborhood Particle...
Topics: Cloud Computing, Met Heuristic, GA, PSO and VNPSO
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Personality was interpreted as representation of the total psychological structure of the individual. Individual`s social stimulus value plays an important role to develop the different personal traits. The present study was undertaken to measure the personality characteristics of the urban and rural boys and girls. The proposed study was conducted on a stratified random sample on 500 High School students. Cattell`s ‘High-School personality questionnaire’ (H.S.P.Q. age of 11 to 12 through...
Topics: Personality, Urban, Rural, Personality, Characteristics and Dimensions
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Social media has become a large platform to extend one’s brand’s awareness as it bridges the gap between customer and e-commerce. As online advertisement marketing is in demand, many dealers approach social media application owners for marketing their products so that these companies display the advertisements of the merchandise dealers. Such digital marketing methods have poor audiences targeting. This affects either side as customers aren’t getting ads they're curious about and also...
Topics: Click Prediction, Logistic Regression, Sigmoid
In 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. The inorganic matter contains inorganic elements such as sodium, potassium, calcium, etc. These...
Topics: Nuts Nutritional Quality, Organic & Inorganic Matter in Nuts, Biochemical and Biophysical,...
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In a day to day life there has been tremendous development in digital library. The infrastructure of reading books has changed colossally. The book industry is undergoing digital transformation. The recommender systems are software Systems that filter relevant information out of large amount of available information as per user’s preference and interest. In addition to recommendation, the content of the book will be portrayed in the form of sound especially for the people who actually can’t...
Topics: Audio, Digital Library, PDF, Book Summary
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As the great German literary theorist and philosophical aesthetician of the 18th century, Schiller was a giant of the era. Examining the essential function of aesthetic education from the perspective of humanity is the starting point and final destination of Schiller’s aesthetic education. In the representative work Letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man, it is proposed to pursue the perfection of human nature and promote the freedom of reason. Aesthetics plays an important role in...
Topics: Letters on the Aesthetic Education of Man, Completion of Humanity, Aestheticism and Freedom
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Dalits commonly live in distinct areas, away from the caste Hindu societies, and they are regularly prohibited to access public wells. Caste and discrimination have much seen in studied subjects, particularly, this article discovers the nature and role of education and its connection to empowerment on rural Dalit women. The emergence of autobiographies by female Dalit writers changed and reshaped the perspective of Dalit women in our society “Jina Amucha” The Prisons We Broke and Aaidan...
Topics: Rome, Imperial, Indraprastha, Kauravas, Pandavas, Hastinapur
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In this paper, the existence and uniqueness solution of nonlinear integral equations in two-dimensional problems is considered in the space 2 L (D)C (0,T ), where D is the domain of integration with respect to position, while t 0,T  , T 1 is the time. The equation takes a form of Fredholm- Volterra integral equation in nonlinear type (NFVIE). Here, we represent the unknown function in the form of Chebeyshev and Legendre polynomials and then, using Collocation and Galerkin...
Topic: Two-Dimensional Problems- Nonlinear Fredholm –Volterra Integral Equation- Collocation And...
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
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Water plays a vital role in every living being, and would become a scarce natural resource in the near future. India, with a large population is now facing unique challenges of water scarcity due to its diverse geographical, climatic and geo-environmental conditions apart from unequal distribution of freshwater resources. Therefore, efficient and effective water management strategies are needed for meeting the increasing water demand in agricultural, domestic, industrial and environmental...
Topics: Water Requirement, Crops in North Eastern Ghat, Zone of Odisha
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It is not everyone’s cup of tea to write mystical poetry unless one undergoes such experience. In this context, Raghupathi living close to nature writes on and off about nature with different permutations and combinations and transcends beyond human experiences to capture the essence of truth. His poetry, barring two collections, is filled with dense philosophy, his thoughts and experiences sound mystical. Though, he conveys his experiences in simple lucid language often interspersed with...
Topics: Mystical Tones, Nature, Truth, Experience, Transcend
Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) has become a challenge before society as it is a neglected subject in the field of the environment which is hazardous for the health of human beings as well as other creatures too. In general terms, MSW refers to solid wastes from houses, streets and public places, shops, offices, and hospitals. To dispose of these wastes in a sound way, the management of municipal wastes is required which involves a planned system of effectively controlling the production, storage,...
Topics: Waste Management, Solid, Laws, Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation
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After lung cancer, Breast Cancer is the most intricate disease diagnosed among 8% of women. Breast Cancer is characterized by the mutation of genes, constant pain, changes in the size, color (redness), skin texture of breasts. The detection and treatment of breast cancer involves screening at an early stage by which the mortality can be reduced by a quarter. Data Mining techniques are used to predict the probability of a person who are affected by Breast Cancer using certain Data Mining...
Topics: K-Nearest Neighbors, Support Vector Machine, Confusion Matrix, Feature Extraction, Principle...
Like many other organic compounds, the aromatic and aliphatic alcohols are present in the atmosphere and therefore, looking to their possible affects autoxidation of S (IV). So following rate law has been proposed based on the observed results. 1 2 2 3 -d [S(IV)] (k +k [Co O ]) [S(IV)] = [dt] 1 + B [Resorcinol]
Topics: Co2O3, Catalysis, Inhibition, Resorcinol, S (IV), Acid Rain
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Disruptive change is new and normal in all industries and regions. Electronic components and globalization increase customer behaviours and the presenter of other circumstances are creating a highly effective business environment, in which, companies must constantly adapt or be overtaken. In some cases, the change is progressive and slowly effective; in other, it is revolutionary and immediate. But all changes can be highly disruptive - at both the organizational and personal levels. Anyone’s...
Topics: Organizational Change, Development, Disruptive Change
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 The issue of income distribution holds great significance. The size of the economic pie and its distribution are two intertwined issues. Growth, in itself, is not a sufficient objective for any economy. High growth with an inequitable distribution, where one social class prospers at the expense of another cannot usher in development. Profits spiraling at the expense of wages have become a global trend. The state of affairs in India is not very different from global trends. Data confirms...
Topics: Manufacturing Sector, Divergence, Profit-Spiral
In this paper, the authors report quantitative Rietveld phase analysis or weight percentage (wt%) for each of the identified crystalline phases of deposits from the field. The objectives of the study were to quickly, precisely and accurately identify the phases appear at the very tiny amount of the crystalline deposits that were build up in the specifics affected systems. Subsequently, when all of the phases were identified (finger prints or qualitative analysis), quantitative Rietveld phase...
Topics: Quantitative Rietveld phase analysis, crystalline deposits, XRD
The advancements in information technology have generated data which needsto be protected so that the business can survive. This is due to the fact that data has generated an innate need for protection, security and the estimations pertaining to the loss arising out of data breach. This paper is thus an attempt to design, develop and implement a practical approach for the data security and disaster recovery plan for the organization. The genesis of the paper goes to the industry experience of...
Topics: Business Continuity, Data Security, Disaster Recovery
India is traditionally rich in plant diversity and is a huge reservoir of medicinal plants. The country with vast geographical expanse and amazing diversity in topography. Climate and physiographic conditions support almost all types of ecosystems, the medicinal plant’s wealth varies greatly with the change in agro-climatic zones of the country, Fortunately, India is also an inhabitancy of the oldest wide variety of plants, animals, and ecosystems including medicinal plants. India has been...
Topics: Medicinal Plants, Traditional Botanical Knowledge, Tribals, Disorder
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Work and employment have served as a measure of rights, actions and activity for centuries and in many countries, surprisingly many countries have made it imperative while some today are negating socio-economic imperative to human living. This study seeks to re-examine the question of what is work, employment and why do people do it in Nigeria. The answer would depend grossly with government, management and the owners of labour on various levels and how workers in their respective work places...
Topics: Quality of Employment, Exploratory Study, Planning and Creativity
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Research methods are in general categorized as quantitative, qualitative and mixed (hybrid). Experts often take different standpoints about case studies; some attribute qualitative nature to them while others consider them quantitative. But case studies do not fall into any of these. The uniqueness of case study method and its different forms are briefly presented in this article with a critical approach to the different views found in the scientific literature. The value of case study method...
Topics: Case Studies, Embedded Case Studies, Research Methods, Data Collection
The usages of mobile phones are common now-a-days, which is used widely and it is used as a portable instrument of communication between people to people in any part of the global society. By usage of mobile phones, there is a lot of opportunity to understand people, organization, culture, society and economy. The present study is attempted to evaluate consumer behavior attitude and intention by the use of Information Technology while using mobile users in Chennai. This research is framed with...
Topics: Consumer Awareness, Consumers Behavioral Intentions, Information Technology, Technology...
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Discrimination among the society is one of the foremost and peculiar characteristics in India. The discriminated depressed classes have been treated with contempt by the so-called high-class people. These people are oppressed and suppressed in many ways. Most of the people belonging to the depressed classes were agricultural laborers. Poverty was dear to them and made themselves pledge to the lands for sums of minimum wages. Further, children of the depressed classes were devised the privilege...
Topics: The Oppressed Hindus, Exploitations of Depressed Classes, Education Status, Separate Schools for...
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The present paper “Arundhati Roy’s Contribution to Indian writing in English” deals with the study of different writings of Arundhati Roy in which she takes her readers on a labyrinthine journey through her characters and takes courageous leaps seemingly confident that readers will be able to fill the gaps and follow her trail. The study shows how she projected herself by whetting writing skills with complex structure and sharp social commentary, how she artistically deals with the lives...
Topics: Harbinger, Nationalism, Unconsoled, Separatism, Shattered Heart, Transgender
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The present study was conducted to “A Comparative Study of the Empowerment of Adolescent Girls Studying in Rural and Urban Schools”. The data pertaining to this study was collected on 50 Government school and 50 Private school Girls of different parts of Haryana by using “Adolescent girls’ empowerment scale, developed by Dr. Devendra Singh Sisodia & Dr. Alpana Singh” and the response in Yes/No form were converted numerically following the scoring keys. The collected data was...
Topics: Adolescent Girls, Rural and Urban Schools, Multi Dimensional Process, Spiritual, Political, Social...
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For the success of any development programmes, people’s participation is a must. This paper deals with people’s participation and their awareness concerning two selected rural development Programmes (RDPs) mainly Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY) and Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) respectively. Government of India has introduced several RDPs since independence of India. It basically focusses now on inclusive growth and hence inclusiveness of rural...
Topics: People’s Participation, Awareness, Rural Development, SGSY, MGNREGA, Inclusive
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Magnetic abrasive finishing (MAF) is one of advanced finishing process which play a major role in important applications (medical, aerospace, dies). This paper was focused on using combined abrasives instead of single abrasive which included two types of abrasives were added to iron powder and mixed together to perform mixture of magnet. parameters were used (concentration of abrasive and type of abrasive, gap, speed) in experiments then show that the surface roughness of work material enhanced...
Topics: Double Abrasive, Sic + B, MAF, Surface Roughness, MRR
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This study reviewed existing literature on the impact of flooding on property values. The review found that flooding impacts property values negatively. However few studies revealed a positive impact. A flooded property is a risk to the occupier and investor. The study concludes that flooding is a negative externality to property investment. The study recommends that floods prone areas should be upgradedto ameliorate the negative impact on property values and environmen
Topics: Flooding, Property Values, Recreational Environments
This study aims to identify any relationship between the profiles of executives and their views on financial intelligence antecedents. The study has made an attempt to use two groups of executives, namely, financial and non-financial executives from the major cities of Tamil Nadu – Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy and Tirunelveli. The study was conducted through descriptive research design, as survey method was employed for the sample size of 535 respondents. The data was subsequently...
Topics: Financial Antecedents, Financial Intelligence
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This paper discussed the extent to which virtual communication aids organizational effectiveness. The purpose of the paper is establish a relationship between the various platforms of virtual communication such as emails, instant messaging, phone calls, video chats and conferences, etc., and achieving an organization’s set objectives. The gains and limitations of virtual communication were outlined. The paper concludes that virtual communication can be useful to employees in carrying out...
Topics: Virtual, Communication, Effectiveness, Instant Messaging, Phone Calls, Video Chats
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Feminism tends to be thought as a movement of women and many feminists absolutely reject the idea of allowing men into it. However, men can be as opposed to the injustices from which women suffer as women can. Thus, feminism is not concerned with a group of people it wants to benefit, but with a type of injustice it wants to eliminate
Topics: Feminism. Development, Movement of Women
The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of metacognitive awareness skills and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) on the general foundation students at their final level at GFP. Forty-nine low achievers participated in the study: 29 males and 20 females. The participants were asked to take the Metacognitive Awareness Inventory (MAI) survey (Schraw, G. & Dennison, R.S, 1994) and ADHD signs or symptoms checklist (National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental...
Topics: ADHD, Academic Achievement, Higher Education, Metacognition
In early 1960, the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility was evolved; initially the main concerns of Corporate Social Responsibility were focused on creating employment opportunities, doing work on health and safety issues. In current scenario, the Corporate Social Responsibility is not just focusing on the employment, health and safety issues but it is also focusing on environmental, ethical matters and many more objectives. Companies in India have undertaken various activities within...
Topics: CSR, Indian Companies, Spend in CSR Portfolio
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Sustainable, eco friendly, recycle and up – cycle are new emerging elements in textile and fashion industry. Coffee ground fiber is one of the amazing, creative innovation towards sustainable future textile and fashion. Coffee ground fiber having valuable properties for making textile utility products. Now a day’s coffee ground fiber highly used in dress material and home furnishing, it is totally organic compound, gives a new innovative path to futuristic eco friendly text
Topics: Sustainable, Eco Friendly, Recycle, Fiber, Coffee Ground, Textile, Innovative, Futuristic
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The present study tries to investigate the errors in a corpus of 40 essays written by 40 Arabic-speaking Yemeni learners of English. All the participants in the study are students who are in the first year of the English department, faculty of Education, Sana’a University. The instrument used for this study was participants’ written essays in English language. All of the errors in these essays were identified and classified into different categorizations. The results show that the Arabic...
Topics: Error Analysis, Written Essay
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Ethiopia is one of the oldest independent nations in the world. The country, which had an inspirational dream of black independence throughout the world especially that of Africa. In Africa Christians took Ethiopia as a symbol of identity and readily embrace Ethiopianism both as an intellectual and religious movement. The Muslim took Ethiopia as a symbol of freedom from oppression and liberation from repulsion. The Jamaicans professed Ethiopia as the land of justice (Teshome 2017:1828–1832)....
Topics: Ethiopianism, Independence, Education & philosophical Study
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The decentralization process initiated in Benin since 2003, supported by several legislative texts, including Act No. 97-029 of 15 January 1999 on the organization of municipalities in the Republic of Benin, authorizes each territorial community to organize development on the basis of the potential of its territory. The objective of this study is to contribute to a better knowledge of the hotel infrastructure capacity of the hill territory. The methodology used combines both documentary...
Topics: Hill Territory, Benin, Tourism, Hotel Industry, Sustainable Development
Evaluation of an indigenous fungus Fusarium roseum FGCCW #61 for the control of a noxious weed Hyptis suaveolens was evaluated. The cell free broth of fungi contains bioactive natural herbicidal products and useful for weed control. Natural product-based mycoherbicides are generally considered safer than their synthetic counterparts. Fusarium spp. is known to synthesize an array of biologically active metabolites, phytotoxic in nature from liquid culture filtrates. In the present work, Mass...
Topics: Hyptis Suaveolens, Fusarium Sp, Mass Production, Spore Free Broth, Formulation, Field Trial
During the process of bio-deterioration, seed mycoflora produce enzymes to degrade protein, carbohydrate and oil. These enzymes are called as hydrolytic enzymes. The enzymes which degrade proteins are called Protease and enzymes which degrade oil are Lipase. It is observed that total thirty species of fungi were isolated from ten varieties of soybean. It is also observed that Ampicillin completely inhibits the activity of protease production except A. alternate, as same results were found with...
Topics: Amino acids, Protease, Lipase, Fungi
The present study was carried at Karnataka State Open University, Mysuru in Karnataka to examine the factors that affect the Information Seeking Behavior and Search Techniques. The study mainly focused on the use of different types of web based information resources by the postgraduate students, place of access to web information resources, frequency of use, purpose of use, problems faced while accessing web information resources, preferred search options for searching web based information...
Topics: Information Seeking Behavior, E-Resources, Web Environment, Search Techniques, Information Search...
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During the process of bio-deterioration, seed mycoflora produce enzymes to degrade protein, carbohydrate and oil. These enzymes are called as hydrolytic enzymes. The enzymes which degrade proteins are called Protease and enzymes which degrade oil are Lipase. It is observed that total of thirty (30) species of fungi were isolated from ten varieties of Soybean. It is also observed that different amino acids such as Alanine stimulate almost all fungi except Alternaria alternata, Aspergillus...
Topics: Amino Acids, Protease, Lipase, Fungi
The entrepreneurial feat ascribed to the Igbo ethnic group of Nigeria instigated this study, which aimed at finding a possible relationship between people’s ethic and their economic activity, as reflected in the works of Weber (1930). This study deployed the use of the narrative-textual case study (NTCS) method to study the development of entrepreneurship in Nigeria, including an attempt at isolating the Igbo ethnic group in Nigeria so as to document what propelled them to dominate the...
Topics: Igbo Ethic, Protestant Ethic, Spirit of Capitalism, Spirit of Entrepreneurship, Narrative - Textual...
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MP3 stages were excellently correlated to Fishman’s skeletal maturity indicators of hand wrist area. Developmental stages of middle phalanx of third finger (MP3) can be considered reliable for the assessment of the pubertal status with the methodology suggested by Hagg and Taranger and modified b y leito. The pre peak of puberty denoted by stage E ¾ and F are comparable to SMI 1 and 3, peak of puberty denoted by stage FG, G, H are comparable to SMI 4 and 7, post, peak of puberty denoted by...
Topics: Skeletal Age, Hand Wrist Radiograph, Middle Phalanx3
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This paper discusses all about aesthetic aspects of phonetics in literary texts. Beautiful meanings and feelings are realized with the use of phonetics in literary texts, both in prose and verse. Use of phonetics is to enhance beauty of a text. This has been illustrated in this paper with the references of Ronald Carter & et al., J. R. Firth, and G. N. Leach.
Topics: Phonaesthetics, Phonetics, Aesthetics, Stylistics, Literature
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Manufacturers make many efforts to sell products in markets. Various methods used to ncreased sales volume for the products, it is called aggressive selling or offensive selling. On the other hand, when the sales efforts which a manufacturer makes to retain his customers i.e. to protect his already established market against his competitors is termed as defensive selling. This tool is widely acknowledged as a determinant of sound financial performance of a company. This study tries to find the...
Topics: Aggressive Sales Promotion, Financial Performance, Return on Assets, Investment and Earning...
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Anita Desai’s Clear Light of Day depicts partition violence from a womanize perspective. She has covered themes such as women’s oppression and quest for a fulfilling identity and family relationship. Her novel is not populated with heroic characters whether they are males or female characters. Her protagonists are marked by certain passivity, yet they have certain heroic qualities in them. Her characters stand out because their flaws are so believable. They really seem like real people....
Topics: Patriarchal Structures, Independence, Freedom Struggle, Repression, Partition Riot
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Rabat is considered one of the richest cities in heritage in Morocco. It has an architectural and urban heritage dating from the Roman period to the (experimental) intervention of the French protectorate administration. In recent years, there has been an increasing number of interventions on heritage fabrics in Morocco, buildings are demolished to bring new buildings to the surface, others are supported without knowing how to approach them. Yet voices are raised denouncing an irreversible loss...
Topics: Colonial Creation, Existing Heritage, Architectural Styles, Facadism, Rabat, Morocco
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The Employees’ Compensation Act, 1923 (EC Act, 1923) is the first social security legislation in India, without knowing the concept of social security, no one can understand the know how of the concept of social insurance. The concept of social security envisages that social assistance and social insurance attaining the goal of social security in which the government has to establish law relating to social security and social insurance aspect such as The Employees State Insurance Act (ESI...
Topics: Social Insurance, Social Security, Labour laws, Constitution of India
The present study was undertaken to study the burnout among secondary school teachers in relation to occupational stress. Burnout was treated as dependent variable, whereas occupational stress was treated as independent variable. Descriptive survey method was used for the present study. Random sampling technique was used to select the sample of 200 secondary school teachers teaching in private schools of Rohtak District. Teachers’ Burnout Scale by Gupta and Rani (2017) and Occupational Stress...
Topics: Burnout, Occupational Stress, SecoNdary SchooL Teachers
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Ecofeminists and Deep Ecologists reject the androcentric and anthropocentric hubris and espouse a theory of interconnectedness between all forms of life on earth. Ecofeminists also oppose all forms of oppression across the intersectional identities of race, class, gender, region, and nation. While the interconnectedness can be seen as a feeling of empathy towards all oppressed beings, nature and animals included, it can also be extended to the realm of, as is apparent in, the causes and effects...
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Sexual harassment on women, especially on young women, is a very common phenomenon worldwide. It is a gender-based crime and thus a serious violation of human rights of women. Most of the women in Dhaka city, especially in old Dhaka, often experience sexual harassment due to lack of protection, lawlessness, knowledge, existing patriarchal-norms and mindset etc. With a view to studying the reality, Finkelhor’s ‘Multi Factor Model’ and ‘The Feminist Approach’ had been combined to serve...
Topics: Sexual Harassment, Patriarchy, Human Rights, Legal Enforcements, Sexual Aggression
Electric power is energy generated through the conversion of other forms of energy, it is easier to convey, distribute and represents the most efficient way of consuming energy. However, the high demand of electrical power in African countries have put the continent into electrical global crisis in which open data website internet availability is limited in most of the African countries. Most of the African country relies on load shedding where electricity is supplied to certain area at a...
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System reliability is the ability of the power system to provide an adequate supply of electrical power at a desired time without interruption. Reliability indices are the parameters used for a comprehensive assessment of electrical power systems reliability. This study employed System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI), System Average Interruption Frequency Index (SAIFI) and Customer Average Interruption Duration Index (CAIDI) as reliability indices to analyze the impact of power...
Topics: Feeder’s Contributions, Reliability Indices, SAIDI, SAIFI, CAIDI, Feeders, Distribution Systems
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Concurrent vector fields in a Finsler space were first of all defined and studied by Tachibana [9] in 1950, followed by Matsumoto and Eguchi [2] and others. In 2004, Rastogi and Dwivedi [4] studied the existence of concurrent vector fields in a Finsler space of n-dimensions and showed that the definition of concurrent vector fields in its present form is unsuitable. Further, they modified the definition of concurrent vector fields in a Finsler space of n-dimensions. Recently, Rastogi [6],...
Topics: Concurrent vector, Finsler Space, Three-Dimensions
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In one of his earlier papers in (1990), the author [7] has defined and studied several new tensors of second and third order. The author, further in Ref. [9] has defined and studied several properties of asymmetric third order new tensor Dijk, which is similar to the Cartan’s torsion tensor [1], Cijk of a Finsler space of three dimensions. This tensor, however, satisfies Dijk li = 0, Dijk gjk = Di = D ni. Based on this tensor, author has defined several other tensors including Qijk = Dijk/0,...
Topics: Finsler Space F3, Tensors Dijk, Qijk, Uijkh and Vijkh
Standards (IPSAS) in the Benue State public service. To achieve this, secondary data emanating from public discourse and published works were used. It was observed that the implementation of IPSAS in the Benue State public service is hindered by some challenges which includes: Inadequate cooperation from government officials; Difficulties associated with change; Take off cost; inadequately trained accountants in the public service. It is recommended that there should be more seminars and...
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Walt Whitman and Keki N. Daruwalla were concerned about the common masses. This can be seen through their poems. They wrote about the downtrodden people in their poems as well as their suffering. How due to draught or other natural calamity or bad environment the diseases spread. How people die. Do the doctors take responsibility towards the patients. They are not wise sometimes towards their duties and thus patients have to suffer. There is chaos in the country. Many people die due to...
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Walt Whitman and Keki N. Daruwalla wanted to spread the message of love and peace through their poems. Keki N. Daruwalla throws light on how violence takes place in India for no reason at a blink of eyes. Keki N. Daruwalla finds himself helpless many times when people kill each other. He is a minute observer of human feelings. As he had been an IPS Officer, its impact can be seen in his work. He wrote about what he saw. Keki N. Daruwalla wanted one world without any boundaries and same was with...
Topics: Democratic World, Universal Brotherhood, Comradeship, Fraternity
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During the first twenty-five years of independence, from 1947 to 1971, India encountered three wars with Pakistan (1947, 1965 and 1971) and one with its neighbour China (1962). These military engagements, sometimes inevitable, compelled Indian government, quite justifiably, to review and reorient its defence policy, where in face of the potential threats from its neighbours, India was supposed to showcase a defence mechanism that could convey the message of India’s strength to the world....
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The study is designed to explore determinants of brand identity and measure how it influences consumer behavior. To achieve the research aim, scales were developed for brand identity and consumer behavior. The study procured data through Itemnaires (n=101). The scales developed were put to reliability, validity and unidimensonality tests. The response suggests a greater role of brand identity and its determinants on consumer behavior. The data was analysed using pie charts and SEM utilizing the...
Topics: Brand Identity, Consumer Behavior, Buying Decisions, Competitors, Price
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The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze the effect of Compensation, Leadership and Organization commitment on Employee Performance in Jakarta Class IIA Narcotics Penitentiary Institution, both partially and simultaneously. The research method used in this study is the method of using a questionnaire conducted at Jakarta Class IIA Narcotics Penitentiary Institution with a population of 181 people and taken a sample of 125 people. The sampling technique uses a simple random sampling...
Topics: Compensation, Leadership, Organization Commitment, Employee Performance
Meta-cognitive skills mean a person’s ability to regulate their own thinking & learning and consists of the self-assessment skills: planning, monitoring, and evaluating. These meta-cognitive skills reduce self-assessment errors. It is very important for learners to have skills in meta-cognition because they are used to monitor and regulate reasoning, comprehension, and problem-solving, which are fundamental components of a curriculum. This article discusses about the development of...
Topics: Meta-CoGnitioN, Meta-CoGnitive Skills, Meta-CoGnitive Strategies
Science is a systematic and broad field of knowledge that experiments and explores the facts relevant to living and nonliving which has greater value due to its efficient uses in day to day life practices. It has technological tools and principles that have the ability to bring out the prosperity for the society. Hence, it has attended a significant and compulsory position in school education. In this context, it is really crucial to prepare competent science teachers for the education system...
Topics: ICT–ICON Model, Science Pedagogy, Science Teacher, Secondary Level
The study measures whether infrastructural facilities are adequate in Primary HealthCare Centres (PHCs) to reduce maternal health in Borno State to meet the target of Millennium Development Goal Five (MDG5). The target of MDG5 cannot be achieved without putting in place adequate infrastructural facilities in Primary HealthCare Centres (PHCs) for the implementation of maternal health policy. In this study, questionnaire was distributed to 363 beneficiaries (women of reproductive age), 352...
Topics: Infrastructural Facilities, Health Care Policy, Maternal, Borno State
This article explored the effects of money in our lives in today’s world through the lenses of John Self, the protagonist in Martin Amis’ Money A Suicide Note. Based on extracts from the novel, it has been shown that money has led to the rise and fall of the protagonist. Indeed, with money gained from immoral sources, he was used to smoking, drinking, eating junk food, and enjoying nude magazines. Disillusioned later on, he has learnt how to use money to give meaning to his own life. This...
Topics: Martin Amis, Money, Immorality, Modern World, Money a Suicide Note
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The face of business communication has transformed drastically for the last few years. The present paper attempts to trace out the problems and challenges of written business communication to the management students who are from different professional colleges in Telangana region of India. The students, who are enrolled in master's program and studying second year. The paper explores the students’ attitude towards writing and their priorities in learning business writing. The data were...
Topics: Writing Skills, Business Writing, Business Written Communication, Writing Problems
Virginia Woolf, who made the most exciting use of the stream of consciousness technique, was the most distinguished woman writer of the first half of the 20th century. Before we make a detailed study of her narrative technique, we briefly sate it according to B. I. for Evans, the famous literary historian. She usually accepts a plot, which has a simple outline. She next exploits this plot with an impressionism which seizes upon every detail; however, minute, and orders these details not in a...
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Social status gives us a dynamic concept and undergoes transformation with the changing conditions of life in terms of life chances and life styles. To assess the change, the methodology used in this paper is comparative and analyses the historical dimension of women’s being and their contemporary status. This article is divided into four parts. First describes the women’s state of being in Kinnaur in the past. Second discusses the women-centred approach and its parameters measuring the...
Topics: Kinnaura Women, Social and Economic Status of Women, Women Empowerment
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Reliable diagnostic methodologies for motor-fan system need to cost effective based maintenance. Several techniques are currently available to fault diagnosis. Some of these techniques cannot determine the fault type quickly and accurately as required. Thus, there is an essential need to use new techniques to achieve quick, easy and highly reliable decisions. Artificial intelligence increasingly used in fault diagnosis systems. In this paper Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic System, Neuro-Fuzzy...
Topics: Motor-fan system, neural network, fuzzy logic system, neuro-fuzzy system, adaptive neuro-fuzzy...
In August and September 2019, the intensity of environmental ionizing radiation was monitored every minute at ITA campus in São José dos Campos, Brazil. A Russian and Chinese tube Geiger and a Talio-activated sodium iodide scintillating crystal was used in this monitoring. The monthof August was very dry and cold while in early September, the rains appeared in the region. These measurements show the interference of the presenceof rainfall on the variation of intensity in the local ionizing...
Topics: Geiger Proportional Counters, Crystal Scintillators, Monitoring Environmental Ionizing Radiation
A Real time remote monitoring and controlling wireless system for three-phase induction motor using the Zigbee communication protocol and IOT is realized. The designed Graphics User Interface (GUI) installed in the main PC allows local or remote user to monitor the three-phase induction motor parameters and can be started/stopped locally using ZigBee protocol or remotely from anywhere around the world using IOT. This study complements the Hardware Implementation of a Real Time Monitoring and...
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A study on fugal pathogens associated with vegetable crops was carried out in Sokoto metropolis, Sokoto State. Market and fresh field vegetable samples were randomly and purposively collected from three different locations using standard procedures for sample collections. All the samples were brought to mycology laboratory of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto for analysis. Samples were separately cultured on Potato Dextrose Agar (PDA) medium for fungal growth, isolation and identification....
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The study examined boards’ gender diversity and its influences on the financial performance of Ghanaian banks. Data on board gender diversity was collated from the annual reports of ten (10) sampled banks. The data on the financial performance and the control variables of the banks were ascertained from the annual reports of the sampled banks for the period for the period 2007–2016. Pooled OLS and Fixed Effect (FE) regression models was used to analyze the effect of board diversity on...
Topics: Board Gender Diversity, Financial Performance, Banks, Ghana
Distance education system enables people to make their educational choices for the near future. The distance education system is considered one of the most important educational innovation of the century. Distance education is an alternative method to conventional schooling. It has been seen that the professionals of governments, public employees & other stakeholders need to convince that in ODL mode, the institutions are not providing half baked educational system. It is fast becoming an...
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Natalya Baranskaya and Kamala Das is known as the mirror of early Russian and Indian Feminism. Baranskaya a soviet writer of short stories began writing at the age of 26 after her retirement. Baranskaya’s representation of women is more multi-faceted. Rather than standing aside from power struggles of men, many of Baranskaya’s women get involved in these power struggles, sometimes as victims, sometimes as executioners. Kamal Das was a Malayalam short story writer, poet, novelist and...
Topics: Natalya Baranskaya, Kamala Das, Widowed Motherhood, Alienated Mothers, Single Daughter
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This study includes the analysis of only the journal publications of Botanical Survey of India (BSI) irrespective of its centre’s. The authors’ productivity pattern in terms of Lotka’s law was determined using the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test. In which, the formula xny = c of Lotka’s was used with the constant determination aspects by the well-known expert on the constant values of the formula.
Topics: Bibliometric Study, Lotka’s Law, Authorship Pattern, Author’s Productivity, BSI
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Tughlaq, the magnum opus of Kannada dramatist Girish Karnad (1938–2019), is a historical play. It deals with the last five years of the troubled reign of Sultan Muhammad Bin Tughlaq who is acknowledged as one of the most brilliant rulers in Indian history and one of its most spectacular failures as well. It gives us a peep into the nature of power and its relationship with kingship and the people and what happens when power-wielders go awry. The play is a minor classic of Indo-Anglian drama...
Topics: Idealist, Secularism, Revolt, Crafty, Rebellion, Anguish, Shrewd, Intrigue, Chaos, Disillusionment
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Since the inception of economic planning in India, the first five years plan introduced the Community Development Programme (CDP) and on 2nd October 1952, the first 55 Community Development Projects were inaugurated where each project was having 3 Development Blocks. With the passage of time, more and more such projects were developed. The Community Development Programme had undertaken ambitious schemes for all round development of rural areas which included improvement of agricultural...
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This article discusses the features of taxation of e-commerce in Uzbekistan, outlines the existing problems, and also offers suggestions and recommendations on improving the taxation mechanism in the country based on international experience.
Topics: E-Commerce, Digital Economy, E-Commerce Entities, E-Commerce Taxation, Tax Administration, National...
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Berwald [1, 2] developed the study of two-dimensional Finsler spaces, whose idea was followed by Moor [9] to introduced in a three-dimensional Finsler space the intrinsic field of orthonormal frame consisting of normalized support element li, normalized torsion vector mi and the unit vector ni, orthogonal to both li and mi. Various aspects of three-dimensional Finsler spaces have been studied by Rund [5], Matsumoto [6,7,8], Rastogi [12,13,14] and others. Similarly fourdimensional Finsler spaces...
Topics: Five-Dimensional Finsler Spaces, D-Tensors, Q-Tensor, D-Reducibility
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The concept of "knowledge" is an old term and not new, knowledge is human accompanied since open consciousness and evolved with the levels of primitive accompaniment to the depth and breadth of his mind until I got to what it now is but the new in this. The concept is the magnitude of its effect economic and social life and human growth. Certainly, the tremendous progress and development of information technology in the present century, which is the greatest change in human life,...
Topics: Knowledge, Information, Technology, Human Growth, Decision-Making
The main purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of interest rate on deposit mobilization of commercial banks in Nepal. This study is based on secondary data analysis form the year 2013 to 2017 which consist of 50 observations. The data are obtained from the annual report of concerned banks and annual supervision report and economic bulletin published by Nepal Rastra Bank. To achieve the objectives of the study, descriptive, correlational and casual comparative research design has been...
Topics: nterest Rate Spread, Deposit Interest Rate, Inflation Rate, Gross Domestic Product, Money Supply
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With global citizens and their vision imperatives there is an evolving breed of MBA students surveying the business landscape with a more discerning eye and demanding a new type of education, what students are asking for is interscholastic quality—not just interdisciplinary education—this, in turn, has given rise to a new technology-based tools for gathering and disseminating knowledge that has become a central element of today's education. The advent of the knowledge economy, a factor of...
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What is called the Golan Heights is a plateau above Israel on which the Islamic Republic of Iran has been planning to establish a forward command post that would threaten both the Jewish State and the bordering Suni Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, each a strong and loyal United States Ally. In the past, Syrian artillery units shelled northern Israel, and the Palestinian Fatah organization launched cross-border raids against Israelis, each from the Golan Heights, a highland area. Israel captured...
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Uber has come up in India as a service provider agency for user convenience in real time cab calling services or taxi aggregators (also termed as ride sourcing services). The Uber services have come up with disruptive innovation. These services come up as a dynamic change in the transportation services in India. It has not only reduces the real time but has also enabled the consumer to check the cab on their mobile phone and the time taken by it to reach the desired location. This is made...
Topics: Ride Sourcing, Uber, Web-Based Technology, Customer Satisfaction, Taxi Aggregators
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Many children were brought to school under compulsory elementary education. Basic Education was the declared policy of the Government regarding elementary education. O.P. Ramasamy Reddiar’s Government had set up committees to reorganise the secondary education on the basis of acceptance of basic education for elementary schools. Regional language is the first language and English as the Second language in Secondary Schools. The teaching of English in Standards I to V of secondary schools was...
Topics: Madras Presidency, O.P. Ramasamy Reddiar, Education Development, Elementary Education
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This paper analyzes email requests of different degrees of imposition produced by Tunisian postgraduate students in elicited vs. Spontaneously written emails to their teacher. The natural email requests are composed of 371 e-requests found in 182 emails written by 81 Tunisian postgraduate students. The other dataset comprised 13 6requests elicited from a written discourse completion test (WDCT) elaborated by the same participants. Requests in the spontaneously produced emails and the elicited...
Topics: DCT E-Requests, Naturally Occurring E-Requests, Directness