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    1 Biochemical Studies of Fish Channa Punctatus Exposure with Cadmium Detergent and Endosulfan

    Author: Sonika Lalwani ,(Pages:173-178 )
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    Environmental problems have always existed throughout human history but widespread recognition has come, understandably, only belatedly, after many years of steadily accumulating pollution. This concern is surprisingly recent and a localized phenomenon beginning only in the late 1960’s and largely confined to economically advanced countries. This economic growth accompanied by population increase and urbanization has had the deleterious effect on quality of our water resources through the addition of sheer quantity of effluents generated by high levels of industrial production, mal-agropractices and unchecked domestic activities. The quantity of varied effluents added, has overcome the neutral, self-cleansing powers of the water and the waste disposal functions of this environmental medium has become incompatible with its use for other purposes. Who is to be blamed? Man of course.

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    malagropractices, toxicity, organisms

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    3  ,sfrgkfld ifjizs{; esa Hkkjrh; ukjh dh f'k{kk dk n'kZu

    Author: vUrs'k dqekj, (Pages: 179-185)
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    f'kf{kr fL=;ksa ds fcuk lekt esa f'kf{kr O;fDr Hkh ugha gks ldrsA bfrgkl ds iUus myVsa rks gesa f'kf{kr ukfj;ksa ds lkFk ohj fL=;ksa ds uke Hkh ns[kus dks feysaxsA ftuds 'kkS;Z dks ns[krs gq, cM+s&cM+s ;ks)k Hkh nk¡rksa rys maxfy;k¡ nck ysrs FksA jkuh y{ehckbZ] jkuh nqxkZorh] pk¡nchch vkfn us vius 'kkS;Z ls ls L=h tkfr dks xkSjokfUor fd;k gSA vk/kqfud ;qx esa Hkh Jhefr bfUnjk xk¡/kh] fdj.k csnh] dYiuk pkoyk] v:U/krh jk;] ih-Vh m"kk ,oa lkfu;k usgoky vkfn ,sls uke gSa ftUgksaus vius lkFk&2 ns'k dk uke Hkh jks'ku fd;k gSA efgyk,a bl lekt dk vk/kk Hkkx gSA vr% mudh f'k{kk vkSj mUufr ls gh lekt f'kf{kr vkSj le`) gks ldrk gSA Hkkjr tSls fodkl 'khy ns'k esa tgk¡ xjhch ,oa vf'k{kk ,d Hk;adj leL;k gSA ogk¡ fL=;ksa dh f'k{kk dk egRo vkSj vf/kd c<+ tkrk gSA

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    efgyk,, f'k{kk,

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    5 Gandhi’s Satyagraha Means of Media

    Author: Surya Prakash,(Pages:187-194)
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    Gandhi had visited India for five months in 1896 and met a number of public leaders to secure their support to redress the grievances of Indians in South Africa. In his second visit for a year in 1901-2 he attended the Congress session in Calcutta and spent more than a month with G.K. Gokhale, who was very loyal to the British and was opposed to the ideas of freedom movement of Tilak, Lajpat Rai, Chittaranjan Das, Surendranath Banerjee and Bipin Pal. Thus, Gandhi has joined the Empire-loyalist camp within the Congress, disinterested in the Swaraj movement of Tilak.

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    Freedom Movement, Grivances

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    7 Geographical Assessment of some Agro-Based Industries

    Author: Krishan Pal,(Pages:195-200)
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    Developing aggressive agro-industries is vital for generating employment and earnings opportunities. It also contributes to enhancing the quality of, and the demand for, farm products. Agro-industries have the potential to provide employment for the rural population not only in farming, but also in off-farm activities such as handling, packaging, processing, transporting and marketing of food and agricultural products. There are clear indications that agro- industries are having a significant global impact on economic development and poverty reduction, in both urban and rural communities. However, the full potential of agro-industries as an engine for economic development has not yet been realized in many developing countries, especially in India.

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    agro-industries, global impact

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    9 Attitude towards environmental protection: A psychological analysis

    Author: P.S.N. Tiwari, Alok Nath Pandey,(Pages: 201-208)
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    Change in the people's behaviour towards the naturalist dimensions can be considered as one of the ways to avoid the damage to the environment and destruction of nature (Quimbita, 2005).The aim of the present study is to investigate the environmental attitude and behaviour towards environmental protection of subjects belonging to different categories. The sample consists of 200 subjects aged between 25 - 65 years were drown from Gorakhpur city. Open ended questionnaire related with environmental problems for environmental protection were used. Result revealed that different categories subjects had shown different kind of behavioral activities on personal level and asking for suggestions to protect the environment on community level it was found that different categories people had given different kind of suggestions. The implications of the finding have been discussed.

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    Environmental attitudes, Environmental behaviour, Action related knowledge

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    11 Role of Teacher Community in Developing Social Awareness towards Population Control and Its Relation with Oveal National Progress

    Author: Sushil Kumar,(Pages:209-213)
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    Malthus, the famous economist, who in his `Theory of Population’ during the last century, explained that population was increasing in geometric progression whereas production increased in arithmatic progression He gave a signal warning that the rate of growth of population is high and with all our technical resources at our command, the agriculture and industrial production cannot keep pace with the population growth. His prophecy has come true. We find at present that production growth. The developing nations of the world are bent upon crubing the birth rate through national family planning programmes. The implementation of the small family norms in the minds of the people who have already some fixed traditional values is not an easy task.

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    13  MkW0 ,-ih-ts- vCnqy dyke ds f'k{kk lEcU/kh fopkjksa dk v/;;u

    Author: dqlqeyrk fnyhi dqekj feJ , (Pages:215-220)
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    15  eqfDrcks/k dkO; dh Hkk”kk vkSj f’kYi

    Author: fiz;adk jkuh] izseyrk, (Pages: 221-238)
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    eqfDrcks/k fgUnh lkfgR; ds ,sls dfo gSa ftUgksaus Nk;kokn ls dkO; jpuk,a vkjEHk dh vkSj izxfrokn] iz;ksxokn o ubZ dfork dh ;qx/kkjkvksa ls tqM+rs gq, dkO; esa ,slh dkO; Hkk”kk vkSj f’kYi dk iz;ksx fd;k tks vkkxkeh jpukdkjksa ds fy, cgqr cM+k izsj.kk lzksr cuhA eqDrNUn dh lVhd o dfBu fdUrq lgtxzkg~; ds iz;ksx ds fy, mUgsa dchj rFkk fujkyk ijEijk dks vxzlj djus okyk dkO; izsjd ekuk tkrk gSA eqfDrcks/k dkO; dh Hkk”kk vkSj f’kYi dh igpku muds vuwBs izrhd] fcEc] vyadkj] izpqj ’kCn dk fofo/krkiw.kZ iz;ksx] eqgkojs&yksdksfDr iz;ksx rFkk NUn fo/kku ds lkFkZd iz;ksx ds lkFk QSaVslh ds :Ik esa fgUnh lkfgR; esa viuh fof’k’Vk vafdr djrh gSA

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    17 Communication Content and Social Network

    Author: Pradeep Kumar, Ravinder Kumar Saini & Nidhi Rani,(Pages: 239-248)
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    This article analyses relation between the communication content and social network in terms of exchange content, normative content and egocentric content. The network is seen primarily as a set of communication links relating physician to one another in a particular manner. The people, in the network, are all connected by friendship, having been school fellows, and pursued membership of an 'elite' category.Ahighly interconnected network may increase the rate at which knowledge diffused within the group, barriers to membership may reduce the diffusion of knowledge into and out of the group. A somewhat different but equally important way of conceptualizing links between the individuals in personal network by means of the exchange the contents of these links. In this approach individual are related to each other by sets of transactions, which have implications for the actors wider than the simple act of exchange itself. These are in fact, the actors' perceptions which he observer uses in order to abstract from the behaviour of the individual those aspects, which are relevant for the analysis. These perceptual categories exist as frameworks for evaluating the behaviour of people in appropriate situations and it is for this reason that the study has referred to the content here as 'normative'.The centricity of the ego is crucial in an egocentric personal network. An individual may have meaningful contacts with several individuals, on the basis of which a social network may emerge.

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    19 A Comparative Study of Teacher’s Attitude Towards Teaching and Working in Government and Privately Managed Schools

    Author: Seema Rani Gupta,(Pages:249-252)
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    The purpose of the present study is to compare the teacher’s attitude towards teaching working in government and privately managed schools. For this “Teacher Attitude Inventory”[ TAT] was administrated on 80 teachers of Meerut city . The result shows that there is not a significant difference between the teachers of government and privately managed schools on teaching attitude. One of the facts which strongly motivate the teachers to be the responsible and sincere teacher is his Teaching Attitude. Teachers, having high degree of teaching attitude seems to be more responsible in comparison to others. The teachers who liked the teaching most and want to do something new in the field of education through their teaching skills. , have high degree of teaching attitude. Such teachers produce worthwhile, effective and significant students. They are very helpful in attaining the goals and objectives of the educational process.

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    Attitude towards Teaching, Attitude---A Prime Factor To Aptitude And Interest, Attitude—A Condition Of Readiness To React, Government And Private Schools

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    21 Investigation of Some Oxazole Compexes of BI and Tri Valent Metal Ions

    Author: Suba Sharma,(Pages:253-258)
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    The field of Synthetic pharmaceutical organic chemistry is one of the main streams of development and expanding in diverse branches of science. During the preceeding years, synthetic pharmaceutical organic chemistry has seen massive growth, not only in terms of development of novel. 2-Amino-4-(p-chloro phenyl)-5-chloro oxazole complexes Cu(II), Co (II), Ni(II), Zn (II), Mn (II), Fe (III) were prepared and characterized by their elemental analysis. The structure of these complexes were established by their spectral and magnetic studies in the case of bivalent 1 : 2 and in the case of trivalent 1 : 3 complexes were obtained. These complexes were screened for their antifungal activity against different fungi at different concentrations.

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    Antifungal activity

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    23 Constructivists Classroom Practices for Development in the Context of Learning Outcomes

    Author: Kuldeep Yadav,(Pages:259-266)
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    25  f'k{kk] nh{kk vkSj f'k{k.k dyk

    Author: fdju xxZ, (Pages:267-276)
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    oSfnd dky ls gh cPpksa dks ;ksX; vkSj lw{ke cukuk ifjokj] Ldwy vkSj lekt dk dk;Z gS ogh ns'k dk Hkfo"; gSa vr% mudh f'k{kk] nh{kk ,sls gksuh pkfg, fd muds lexz O;fDäRo dk fodkl gks lds f'k{kk ls rkRi;Z ek= mikf/k;k¡ nsuk] ukSdjh] ds ;ksX; cukuk ;k fdlh O;olk; ls tksM+uk gh ugha gS] vfirq mls thou lkxj esa la?k"kZ gsrq rS;kj djuk gS og vius vfLrRo dh j{kk dj lds vkSj Lo;a dks ifjokj] lekt vkSj jk"Vª ds fy, mi;ksxh ,oa lRik= cuk ik;s mldh vkdka'kvksa] vfHkyk"kkvksa vkSj lrxq.k dk fodkl gks lds ftlls mldh varfufgZr {kerkvksa dk xqynLrk peu :i esa iqf"ir ,oa iYyfor gks lds blfy;s f'k{kk&fnh{kk gsrq f'k{k.k vfuok;Z gSA vr% f'k{kk ds fy, vuq'kklu vkSj cqf) ds fy, nh{kk vko';d gSA f'k{kd f'k{kk nsrs gSa vkSj xq: nh{kk nsrs gSaA vFkkZr & f'k{kk gS & vuq'kklu dh iw.kZrk] vkSj nh{kk gS & cqf) dh lEiw.kZrkA blfy, tks izfØ;k nksuksa esa lketaL; LFkkfir djrh gS ogh f'k{k.k dgykrk gSA blds }kjk ckydksa ds O;ogkj dks ifjofrZr] fu;af=r ,oa funsZf'kr fd;k tkrk gSA

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    efgyk,, f'k{kk,

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    27 A Study of Attitude Towards Envirornmental Awareness Among Senior Secondary School Students

    Author: Suraksha Bansal & Anvita Bansal,(Pages:277-282)
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    The present world is witnessing a number of environmental crises, which are the result of unmindful and thoughtless exploitation of resources by human beings. There is an urgent need to create environmental awareness among all human beings so as to conserve, protect and nurture our environmental resources. Consequently environmental education is being included in school curriculum right from the very beginning. The present study was conducted to study the environmental awareness among senior secondary school students. In this study the investigator conducted the studies on class twelfth students of various schools of Delhi city and a sample of 200 students was taken. The author found that there is no significant level of awareness among senior secondary school students, but they could be made aware if proper guidance and counselling is given to them about environment and environment related awareness programmes.

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    Attitude, Environmental Awareness, Gender, Secondary Schools.

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    29 A comparative study between children with mentally retardation and learning disabled in relation to their adaptive behaviour of Uttar Pradesh

    Author: K. C. Behera & Rachit Kumar,(Pages:283-298)
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    In this society there are so many people having different types of Behaviour. Each person recognize through their adaptive Behaviour means everyday living skills .Such as walking, talking, getting dressed, going to school, going to work, preparing a meal, cleaning a house etc. They are skills that a person learns in the process of adaptive to his/her surroundings .Since the adaptive Behaviours are for the most part developmental, it is possible to describe a person’s adaptive Behaviours as an age equivalent score.

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    31 Comparative Analysis of Real and Binary Coded Genetic Algorithm for Fuzzy Time Series Prediction

    Author: Shilpa Jain, Dinesh Bisht & Prakash C. Mathpal,(Pages:299-304)
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    Genetic Algorithm (GA) form a subset of evolutionary computing, rapidly growing area of A.I.(more particularly computational intelligence). Some variants of GA are binary coded GA, real coded GA, micro GA, messy GA, sawtooth GA, differential evolution GA. Here, in this research article we present a comparative analysis of real coded and binary coded GA for forecasting of enrollments of University of Alabama. Results clearly states that real coded GA are faster & more accurate. Results are stated after testing on 100 generations.

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    Genetic Algorithms; Computational intelligence, Micro GA, Messy GA, Sawtooth GA, D.E GA.

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