4.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 4, ISSUE- 3, PUNE RESEARCH DISCOVERY (ISSN 2455-9202) JIF 3.01

Editor-in-Chief

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PUNE RESEARCH DISCOVERY 

AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED STUDIES

ISSN  2455 - 9202 ONLINE ) (JIF 3.01) 

 (VOL 4, ISSUE 3)   (AUG - OCT 2019

4.3.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SUPPRESSED LIVES OF DALIT WOMEN – A DIVERSIFIED AUTOBIOGRAPHY BY BABY KAMBLE

K. RANI

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The autobiography is not parted into the self-reliant aspect, it portrays with the series of experiences, memories, and aspirations.  The string of life memories make someone famous, but Dalit women memories change the lives of her community woman's life and society mind. The author presents an important element of life for society. Some of the autobiographies of childhood, education, marriages end with happy, but only Dalit autobiographies end with oppression, struggle, and pain in all stages. Baby kamble is well known as Indian activist and writer. She was born one of the biggest untouchable castes in Maharastra. She was inspired by B.R.Ambedkar. Mostly Mahars converted into Buddhism including Kamble’s family. In Mahar community, Kamble accepted as a writer and affectionately people used the term ‘Tai’ to be calling her, it means sister. She extensively explained the Dalit community struggles, oppression in her life. Her contributions are powerful literary and activist work. Her works reflect Dalits life; it is useful to Dalit, setting a better way. She is an early writer from Dalit communities. Her writings reflex as a feminist setting apart from other Dalit works. The Prisons We Broke is an autobiographical book.  In chronological order, she presents Dalit community struggles and women as a gender how she doubly discriminated by society. She dedicates the book ‘for all my comrades who wish to change the world” shows her commitment to writing the book. Her comrades are downtrodden people and she aims to change the world with their help. My paper is to draw the elements like oppression, caste and class distinctions in Kamble's autobiography. It not only speaks of her personal life but also it is a record of Dalit’s in general.

Keywords: Autobiography, discrimination, Gender, Violence, and Caste. 

4.3.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LIBRARY

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IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON LIBRARIES

NITIN PRAKASH WAGHMARE; ATUL BAPU DESHMUKH & SACHIN SHIVAJI TUWAR

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Social media is key to 21st century communication with library users, and enables the academic library to pursue its mission and goals online, while promoting library resources and services. Social media is now widely used by librarians to fulfill a variety of objectives in libraries. This paper describes the social media networking in various library dealings. Now a days everyone is connected with each other by means of various social networks like Orkut, Google, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. This became an effective medium to share the knowledge and skills of the users and library professionals. From the traditional searching process for the books in the libraries the interactive usage of social networking can be now addressed as part of the library system. These sites are one of the new technologies offering libraries the opportunity to reach out to its clients. Day to day increase in the number of libraries adopt the social media and they widely used by librarians and to fulfill a variety of objectives.

Keyword: Social media, Libraries, Library services

4.3.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SAMUEL BECKETT AND THE CULT OF VIOLENCE IN WAITING FOR GODOT

DR. D. PARAMESHWARI

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The cult of violence in the writing of Beckett who joined the second world war on grounds that “I couldn’t stand with my arms folded” his characters are targets and sources of violence. In Waiting for Godot, unidentified people frequently beat Estragon for no apparent reason. As if to be resigned to his fate, he tells Vladimir: “certainly they beat me”.

4.3.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ECONOMICS

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SKILL DEVELOPMENT - KEY TO EMPLOYABILITY

DR. UJAWALA BAJPAI

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The international labour organization (ILO) defines categorically skill Development as ability to develop core skill, awareness  of workers rights and understanding of entrepreneurship. Skill development is essential for enhancing the productivity associated with optimum quality for sustanance of the enterprises and increasing the employability factor. It is imperative to identify opportunities and challenges of the prevailing situational requirement in the new technologies. The essence of skill development is to inculcate skills, knowledge and competitiveness of the manpower for the global market. This paper intends to study, identify and bridge the gap between the Govt. and private sector requirements. The economic growth of the nation largely depends upon education and skills to attain the power of global leadership. Therefore it is essential to integrate employability skills with the curriculum. Better and more effective methods of teaching, learning and evaluation must be incorporated for acquiring skills.

Key words ;  Employability skills, skill development, Educational Skills.

4.3.5 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LIBRARY

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NATIONAL DIGITAL LIBRARY OF INDIA

ANAMIKA

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The National Digital Library of India (NDLI) is a National Mission Project initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) on education to engage, facilitate and inspire all learners across the country regardless of the age, demographics and ability. The National Digital Library of India is a melting pot of knowledge and information that holds an extensive variety of lectures, courses, archives in various media forms curated, collected and created by the best institutions of the country. It is a platform designed to make digital educational resources accessible to all citizens of the country to inspire, empower and encourage learning. The present study is an attempt to provide an overview of the National Digital Library (NDL) of India to understand its advantages, features and collection in the global digital space.

4.3.6 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : SOCIOLOGY

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DIGITAL PANCHAYAT – A STUDY

RINKUBEN G. PRAJAPATI & DR. P. R. GAVLI

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In India 70% of the population lives in village and rural parts of the country, it becomes more necessary to utilise Digital Panchayat tools for their social, economic, administrative and governance regeneration. Recognizing the e-Governance, the Government of India (GoI) has introduced various administrative reforms and initiated many interventions under policy level and at institutional level. However, the government has been able to connect urban-centric regions of the country, but still this left with a major national-gap as far as using ICT for the nation building is concerned. Effective and viable usage of ICT tools at panchayat, which represents the first level of government interaction for over 60% of the Indian populace, is largely missing.

Keywords  Digital Panchayat, ICT