6.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 6, ISSUE- 2, 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 6, ISSUE  2 )   (MAY  TO  JULY 2021

6.2.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SYMBOLISM IN EARNEST HEMINGWAY’S A FAREWELL TO ARMS

CHHAVI MISHRA & DR. S. V. BANKAR

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Hemingway is an American novelist famous for his wise use of symbolism in his novels.His novel ‘A Farewell to Arms’ has a wide range of symbols in it.It mostly exhibits symbols related to nature like rain, mountains, sun etc. This masterpiece is Hemingway’s magnum opus and a delight to read in true sense.

Keywords- Symbolism, Earnest Hemingway, A farewell to Arms, Mountain, Rain, Plain, 

6.2.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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THE SPIRIT OF PLACE IN SELECT STORIES OF SUDHA MURTY

AJINKYA SUDHIR DESHPANDE & DR. SACHIN VILAS BANKAR

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Sudha Murty, an accomplished writer of short story dwells on various facets of human nature. It is all the more important because certain nobility or magnitude of human nature is connected with the specific setting of a particular short story. Setting in her short stories does not only produce atmosphere but imbibes the spirit among people staying at that specific locality.  These people are driven, motivated by the spirit of the time and place. The local habits, customs, superstitions, beliefs, costumes, language, dialects and patterns of behaviour are essential part of the spirit of the place. Apart from these elements, there are certain values which can be observed in the livelihood of people. Murty’s short stories which have the rural setting, there are frequent overtones of eternal human values. Values such as honesty, kindness, helpfulness, universal brotherhood, love for others, love for nature, love for knowledge, human morality, humanitarianism and goodwill are profoundly found in the rural characters of Murty. These assets are predominantly echoed in these rural characters.

Key words: setting, rural, place, characters, spirit

6.2.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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IMPORTANCE OF ICT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING

MARUF QUADARI

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The effect of ICT for teaching and learning process has become relevant as it facilitates teaching and learning process, create helpful learning environment, and help learners develop creative thinking and self-confidence. This paper focuses on the importance of ICT in schools by students and teachers to support the processes of learning and teaching. It describes the ways in which teachers should facilitate student use of computer systems and how they can progress. The use of information and communication technology in schools is taken very seriously by governments and educational systems around the world as it provides access to a variety of information sources, forms and types; help in the preparation of reports and the organization of events; helps to put down the barriers between information held on several systems, thus creating a borderless communication and information environment by allowing users to access different database, thus having access to millions of information at their fingertips. This paper thus suggests that effective introduction of ICT in the teaching and learning process is an indispensable means of improving it.

Keywords: Computer Aided Instruction, Expert system, Intelligent tutoring system, E- learning, database.

6.2.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MANAGEMENT

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A STUDY OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN RELATION TO JOB SATISFACTION OF TEACHER EDUCATORS

DR. A. V. KARABASANAGOUDRA

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In this paper an attempt has been made to compare the scores of Total Quality Management and Job Satisfaction of male and female Teacher Educators working in selected B.Ed. Colleges of Belagavi district. The sample of the study were drawn by using stratified random sampling technique. The data were collected using Job Satisfaction Scale constructed and standardized by Dr.Amar Singh and Dr.T.R.Sharma (1999) and Survey Instrument to Measure Total Quality Management constructed and standardized by Bonstingle (1992). The collected data were analyzed by using inferential statistics. From the results it was clear that, Gender does not influence the scores of Total Quality Management and Job Satisfaction of Teacher Educators of B.Ed. colleges.

Key words: Total quality management, job satisfaction, male and female teacher educators etc.,

6.2.5 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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BIO-INSPIRED COMPUTING AS OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE USING ANT COLONY OPTIMIZATION

PRIYA GODBOLE & SNEHAL DONGARE

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Nature is the most intelligent entity and its techniques and methods for solving most complex problems are extremely massive, amazing and beyond our imagination. Researchers have inspired to imitate nature to solve hard and complex problems in computer sciences as well. Many optimization techniques and problem-solving methodologies have been taken inspiration from natural processes and come up with great natural solution. From ancient times, nature itself considered as a supreme source of motivation for mankind; so it was very common for mankind to turn to nature for answers when faced with challenges. This paper proposes how ant colony optimization (ACO) algorithm can be used for solving optimization problems and how it can be improved to solve routing problems.

Keywords: Ant Colony Optimization(ACO), pheromone, foraging, Travelling salesman problem(TSP), Dijkshtra algorithm, network routing, ACO routing algorithm

6.2.6 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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A STUDY OF COMMODITY MARKET AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH STOCK MARKET WITH RESPECT TO METALS IN INDIA

DR. PRIYADARSHANI VINAYKUMAR KESHTTY

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The relationship between the Commodity Market and the Stock Market has many implications for not only the participants of the markets but also for the policy makers, the producers of the commodity, and, in the case of developing nations, the economy as a whole. This relationship may be studied using various methods and by identifying the lead-lag relationship between the values of representative indices of the markets. In this research work, the dynamics of such relationship among the Commodity Markets and Stocks Markets in India are taken into analyze and study. This research intends to use the secondary data which are published in the various market official websites of Bombay Stock Exchange, National Stock Exchange and Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited. The investment strategy can be formulated using the findings of this Research. Hence it is necessary that the arriving at meaningful conclusions / findings about the relationship between Indian Commodity Market and Indian Stock Market in view point of the market participants.

Key-words: arbitragers ,urg , speculators , hedging.

6.2.7 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF HELP GROUP AND JOINT LIABILITY GROUP ABOUT THEIR FUNCTIONING WITH REFERENCE TO NAGPUR CITY

RAHUL P. KHARWADE

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India is a developing country and our economy is a mixed economy where the public sector co-exists with the private sector. For balancing our economy government focuses on both the sector and make a policy which is comfortable for our economy. For developing Indian economy government time to time implement different model’s, policies and program and one of them is Micro finance. This scheme is adopted by India from Bangladesh. Because this scheme have a positive impact on the economy of Bangladesh. Microfinance has received increased attention among the financial services provider as a good alternative in the rural credit market various study revealed that microfinance is a powerful instrument for poverty alleviation, enabling the poor to accumulated the assets, boost their incomes and reduce their economic vulnerability. There are various model in Microfinance scheme and the most popular models are SHG and JLG. This research paper is based on the comparative study of self help group and joint liability group about their functioning. Researcher will find out which model of microfinance is effective for beneficiaries of SHG and JLG by comparing on the basis of economical and social factor.

 Keywords: SHG, JLG, MICROFINANCE

6.2.8 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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THEORETICAL MODELLING OF FOG COMPUTING IN IOT APPLICATIONS

PRIYANKA N. CHANDAWAR

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The exposure of Internet of Things has permitted the interconnection and communication among large world things, that results in Data Explosions (associate unwanted generation of big and heterogeneous quantity of knowledge, referred to as information explosions.) On the opposite hand, the classic centralized cloudcomputing paradigm faces many challenges like high latency, low capability and network failure. Therefore, a new computing paradigm, referred to as fog computing, has been projected as a complement to the cloud answer. Fog computing extends the cloud services to the edge of network, and makes computation, communication and storage nearer to edge devices and end-users. In this paper, we will overview and summarize fog computing model architecture, key technologies, applications and challenges. Firstly, we will present the hierarchical architecture of fog computing and its characteristics, and compare it with cloud computing and edge computing to stress the similarities and variations. This paper provides a summary of the combination of fog computing with the IoT; this involves associate investigation of the fog progressive, characteristics and edges. The combination of the IoT with fog computing is additionally mentioned by highlighting the integration benefits, rising IoT applications and challenges encountered.

Keywords: Internet of Things; cloud of things; fog computing; fog as a service; IoT with fogcomputing; cloud computing