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    1.         ORGANIC FARMING: PRINCIPLES & STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTION & PRODUCTION
                 Prof. (Dr.) Narendra Sharmapage. no. 01 to 09
    Abstract

    Industrial mass - production methods have contributed to food losing the high quality, freshness and great taste that only small - scale sustainable practices can produce. The time has come when we should be dedicated to preserve the environment by providing t he consumers with cost - effective, state - of - the - art, organic growing supplies and the information and tools needed to apply them. We should strive to provide growers at every level, from home gardeners to commercial farmers, with great service, low prices a nd the best selection of quality products available. The researchers should focused on “organic” and continue to participate in outreach programs to promote the benefits of organic growing. On the one hand, organic gardening includes the practical side of growing fruit and vegetables. But on the other hand, it relishes the ethical side of gardening, where people are concerned with global warming, the water crisis, wildlife habitat destruction and loss of biodiversity. The present write up will describe that the organic garden can sove these concerns with practical measures, such as water tanks, utilising grey water, drip irrigation, mulching, recycling of kitchen scraps and providing a suitable habitat for wildlife.

    Keywords: Environment , organic, farming, biodiversity.

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    2.         SCEINCE, ENERGY & SPIRITUALITY
                 Prof. (Dr.) S.B. Sharmapage. no. 10 to 17
    Abstract

    We live in a universe of spiritual, psychic, and physical energy by virtue of which all living things exist through their ability to transmute this universal energy into something individual. For centuries, science has led our progress; spirituality, as indicated through participation in traditional religion has been in steady decline. But the unorganized, personal aspect of spiritua lity is the subjective pursuit of value, reality, and understanding through individual experience or consciousness. It is high time when the correlation among science, energy and spirituality is desperately needed in the best interest and service of mankind . This paper is an inquiry in to the dimension of spiritual wellbeing in the cover of science and energy.

    Keywords: Science, energy, spirituality.

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    3.         A study on Relationship between Human Resource Development Climate and
                Organizational performance in Hotel industry: In special refernce to Meerut city (U.P),India

                 Prof. (Dr.) D.C. Agrawal , Parul Marwah page. no. 18 to 31
    Abstract

    In last four decades, one of the most important factors of consider ation in front of any organization is the sustainable level of employee satisfaction. In earlier time, the role of retention was not popular for corporate houses as they were focusing on ne w employees and the rate of attrition was also high with departments but with changing market scenario and dynamic competitive environment, retention of employees become need of hour for the corporate houses. The role of Human Resource Department has witn essed huge transformation (in passage of time) with smooth shift from recruitment and selection procedures to implementation of HR Development practices and correct structuring of employees with accurate conciseness for overall progress of the corporate ho use and streamlined business returns with smooth internal functioning. A large number of organizations are exercising the developmental practices in their internal management activities to increase the overall internal functioning and concerned output leve l. The paper is designed to understand the relationship between effective Human Resource Development practices and organizational growth in terms of its performance.

    Keywords: Human Resource department, employees, organizational growth.

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    4.         Role of Women in Agriculture: The facts
                 Dr. Mange Ram page. no. 32 to 38
    Abstract

    The women are considered as backbone of agricultural workforce. Mostly women in developing countries are occupied in agriculture. Women play a significant and crucial role in agricultural development and allied fields including in the crop production, live stock production, horticulture and post harvest operations. Agriculture in India defines familial tradition, social relations and gender roles. Agriculture is directly tied to issues such as economic independence, decision making abilities, agency and acce ss to education and health services. This paper indicates the role and major obstacles in women growth in agriculture sector.

    Keywords: Agriculture, education, health, women.

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    5.         Importance of Education in Empowerment of Women in India
                 Khushboo Singh page. no. 39 to 48
    Abstract

    Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru once said: “If you educate a man you educate an individual, however, if you educate a woman you educate a whole family. Women empowered means mother India empowered”. When women who contribute almost half of the population are empowered i t will strengthen the national economy. Education is considered as a milestone for women empowerment because it enables them to respond to the challenges, to confront their traditional role and change their lives. Increasing access to education notwithstan ding, gender discrimination still persists in India and lot more needs to be done in the field of women's education in India. Women have so much unexplored potential which has never been tapped. As education is both an input and input of human development, educational equity will ensure enabling and entrepreneurial development. Today, the female literacy levels according to the Literacy Rate 2011 census are 65.46% where the male literacy rate is over 80%. Even beyond literacy there is much that education ca n do for women’s rights, dignity and security. Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom for development. Eileen Malone Beach sees education, health care, and income as a blessed trinity because they are so closely related. This paper discu sses the impact of education on empowerment of women as well as the challenges and changes that we must have to deal with during the process. We call for a renewed emphasis on relevant, quality and holistic education to ensure the desired results.

    Keywords:Education , empowerment , women.

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