International Journal

  • S. No. Research Paper

    1.         A Comparative Study of E-Banking in Public and Private Sectors Banks (with special
                reference to SBI and HDFC bank in haridwar)

                 Prof. (Dr.) Dinesh C. Agrawal & Sakshi Chauhanpage. no. 01 to 18
    Abstract

    In Today’s scenario role of e-banking is very valuable. Without e-banking no banks can work. In this we analysis, how much e-banking used in Public and Private sectors bank?(in reference to SBI and HDFC bank) Objective of the study is to find the consumer satisfaction in respect of ebanking and the perception of employees for using e-banking in Public and Private sectors banks. The method of the study is Primary and Secondary both. Study showed perception of customer regarding service quality and satisfaction of employee in internet banking services. As well as this study analyze the working style as acomparison between Public and Private sectors banks in respect of SBI and HDFC bank.

    Keywords: e-banking, consumer, internet.

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    2.         Injustice with the Fountain of Justice: Tragically Low Appointments of Female Judges
                 Prof. (Dr.) S. B. Sharmapage. no. 01 to 07
    Abstract

    Legal profession is of a very high importance in our country and an integral part of our judicial system. Today, in our country legal profession is no more a simple court affair and therefore, has become one of the most growing and profitable profession. Thus, leading to the demand of highly competitive law graduates even in the corporate sector. It also has a very good feature of self-employment and therefore, an individual can make his own path in this profession. At the lower level i.e. studying or preparing for law exam, there is not so much of disparity between males and females, but as we move up in the ascending order from law students to lawyer and then judges, the disparity increases at an amazing level. Female lawyers and judges are mostly from Metropolitan or Developed States or States with huge population like Uttar Pradesh. Though on the other, hand states like Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakand, Chhattisgarh, Jammu & Kashmir and Sikkim, which are not so developed have very less female lawyers and female judges.

    Keywords: Legal profession, judicial system.

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    3.         A Study on Pre-Adolescent’s Scientific Creativity Relationship with Scholastic
                Achievements

                 Dr.V.K.Sharma page. no. 01 to 05
    Abstract

    Scientific creativity cannot be taught but can be developed in the children by using planned strategies and techniques. Divergent thinking aspects can be stimulated among the students who don’t separately show it. The role of the teachers, school administration, parents and society is very important for fostering creativity among pupils. To encourage each and every student to participate all science activities organized by the department of science and technology of Indian government or state government such as children science fair, children sciencecongress and science Olympiads and science festivals at school, block, district, state and national level.

    Keywords: Scientific creativity, divergent thinking.

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    4.         Health and Women’s Empowerment -- Promoting Women’s Empowerment for Better Health
                Outcomes for Women and Children

                 Dr. ArchanaAgrawal page. no. 01 to 05
    Abstract

    Scientific creativity cannot be taught but can be developed in the children by using planned strategies and techniques. Divergent thinking aspects can be stimulated among the students who don’t separately show it. The role of the teachers, school administration, parents and society is very important for fostering creativity among pupils. To encourage each and every student to participate all science activities organized by the department of science and technology of Indian government or state government such as children science fair, children sciencecongress and science Olympiads and science festivals at school, block, district, state and national level.

    Keywords: Scientific creativity, divergent thinking. Introduction

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    5.         Irrotationality of an Incompressible Fluid in Stationary Waves
                 Sandeep Kumar Tiwari page. no. 01 to 04
    Abstract

    In the present paper, I have investigated Irrotationality of an Incompressible fluid in stationary waves. We have investigated path line, stream line, velocity potential, complex potential, phase velocity.

    Keywords:Stream function, Complex potential.

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    6.         Conservation Agriculture based Water Management Technologies for Sustainable Rice
                Production

                 Bibhu Prasad Dutta, Amit Mishra, Rajiv Kumar and Robin Kumar page. no. 01 to 15
    Abstract

    Rice (Oryza sativa), the staple food of half of the population of the world, is an important target for water use reduction because of its greater input water requirement than other crops. This is especially the case of India and particularly fornorth west Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP) of India, where the production of rice and wheat is critical for food security of India. Here, overuse of ground water is amajor threat to the sustainability of the traditional system of puddled transplanted rice (PTR) production (Humphreys et al., 2010).

    Keywords:Agriculture, crops, food security.

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    7.         Environmental Equality and Social Justice Need Emphasis on Religious, Moral and Spiritual
                Education

                 Dr. Garima Sharma page. no. 01 to 05
    Abstract

    In the race of modernization, we deplete our environment due to unequal and unfair use resources. In the present time small portion of the present population uses a large portion of resources and their action creates environmental inequality and imbalance. This time we forget our moral value and ethic which we had taken from our ancestors. So in the present time we needs a system that changes the materialistic thinking of present generation and learn them to live in the harmony of the nature. Everything provided to us by nature have an equal right to get its benefits. Our religion and spirituality teaches us to respect, protect and equally get the benefits from nature. Our present generation going to inspire from artificial character which they watching around this materialized world. Spiritual health now becomes a part of our system. Spiritual intelligence and religious knowledge creates a divine qualities and promotes healing of illness, helps overcome addiction, helps overcome sleep disorders, enhances focus and concentration, thoughts and attitude become positive, helps us to make right decisions.

    Keywords:Environmental equality, social justice, spiritual intelligence. Introduction

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    8.         Reforms in Evaluation: CCE A New Scheme of Evaluation
                 Mohit Kumar page. no. 01 to 09
    Abstract

    Education is a continuous process. The individual keeps on learning throughout his life. Good evaluation and examination system can become an integral part of the learning process and benefit both the learners themselves and the educational system by giving credible feedback. Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation facilitates students’ effective learning as well as their all round development of personality with its multiple evaluation tools and techniques and corrective measures which channelize the youth energy as students are involved in various activities over a year. It is utmost important to make continuous and comprehensive evaluation as an integral part of teaching and learning process to promote standards of school education.

    Keywords:Education, continuous, comprehensive.

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