3.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 3, ISSUE- 1, 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 3, ISSUE 1)   (FEB - APR 2018

3.1.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : PUBLIC WORK

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A REVIEW OF INDIAN POLICIES FOR EMPOWERMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, ECONOMIC AND SPORTS FOR PWD

ARUN M. N.

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India has the second largest population in the world with a population of over 180 million. Out of 180 million we have 57.50% of male population and 42.50% of female population both in Urban & Rural Areas. Among them we have 2.13% of people who belong to the PWD category. The PWD can be classified into four major groups i.e., Visual Impairment, Locomotor Disability, Mentally Retarded & Speech Disorder and SLD (Specific Learning Disorder). In India we have 48.55% of Visual Impairment people, 27.87% of Locomotor Disability people, 18% of Mentally Retarded and Speech Disorder people and 5.76% of SLD in the overall 2.13% of PWD. The people with PWD face many problems in our country from recognition in society, basic facilities, special benefits, etc. due to which most of the people with PWD are not able to lead a normal life. They are treated with sympathy rather than treating them equally. The purpose of the study is to compare and to bring awareness regarding policies of Educational, Health, and Economic, Employment and Sports (National and International) for PWD and General Population and various facilities provided by the Government of India in this regard in order to overcome the disability. The methodology used for the study is censes from Government of India Bill and government of India bills passed in parliament (The Right of Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2014), PWD Bill 2012, etc. The Findings and Recommendations will be explained in the main paper.

Key Words: Person with Disability (PWD), Specific Learning Disorder (SLD).

3.1.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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A STUDY OF EVOLUTION OF CONCEPT OF GREEN BANKING

DR. RIYA DOSHI & ANITA SULE

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Now a day’s society is facing lot of environmental issues because of Global Warming. Environmental factors- internal as well as external affect the environment.  So to overcome from those factors, we should adopt the concept of Go Green. This concept is applicable to all the parts of the society. The study in this paper consists of applying and introducing the green revolution in all the sectors of the society, with special effect to the banking sector.

Key Words Green Banking, Green Banking Strategies, Indian Banks Initiatives, Green Building, and Banking,

3.1.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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CULTURAL DISLOCATION IN JHUMPA LAHIRI’S THE NAMESAKE: AN ANALYSIS

DR. S. CHELLIAH

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This article explores the immigrant writer Jhumpa Lahiri who goes beyond the conventional wisdom where she creates her identity as transnational. She emphasizes not only Diaspora, besides that the impact of multiculturalism also explained. It also throws light upon Identity of  Diasporic nature, conflict of duel identity and Cultural Dislocation.

Key Words:     Identity, religion, social status, cultural isolation, immigration human relationship, emotional displacement.

3.1.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : EDUCATION

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INFLUENCE OF YOGA ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AMONG STUDENTS STUDYING IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

ARUN M. N.

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Academics refer to student’s ability to perform school activity. Academic plays a key role in moulding & modifying Childs behaviour and future. Today parents are concerned more on academics rather than health the purpose of the study is how physical activity enhances the academic performance among Athletes and Non-athletes. Physical activity programme was assigned for the age group of 13-16 years and the students were randomly picked on the basis of athletes and non-athletes. Students were divided into two equal groups, Experimental and another Control Group for a period of 16 weeks. During this period Physical activity was not assigned to Control Group. T-test was used to find out the level of significance for sports and non-sports persons.