3.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 3, ISSUE- 2, PUNE RESEARCH DISCOVERY (ISSN 2455-9202) JIF 3.01

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PUNE RESEARCH DISCOVERY 

AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED STUDIES

ISSN  2455 - 9202 ONLINE ) (JIF 3.01) 

 (VOL 3, ISSUE 2)   (MAY - JULY 2018

3.2.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : EDUCATION

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ACADEMIC MOTIVATION AMONG RURAL AND URBAN BANGALORE STUDENTS- A COMPARATIVE STUDY

ARUN M. N.

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Education is the key factor which influences the child future. Education is not just related to academic performance but it is a modification of child's behavior. Education is basically training of mind and it imparts the skills to do a better job and mold the individual to enable him to play his part in a better way to lead his life. To success in academics, students should involve in "Trial and Error method" so that they experience the thrill of learning, something new. When students go through a new experience, they sometimes get frustrated and may lose self-efficiency. Academic motivation is discussed in term self-efficacy of an individual. Academic motivation is a most important factor which influences the engagement and participation in the  academic curriculum. This academic motivation also helps in identifying school dropout. It helps in identifying the influence of peers in academics success and it negatively influence when a student is not succeeding in academics. Competition sometimes will have a negative influence even though he can learn a lot during competitive learning quantity will be more than quality. Children who are not recognized may develop poor academic motivation.

Key Words: Academic Achievement Motivation.

3.2.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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WORK LIFE BALANCE AMONG WOMEN BANK EMPLOYEES- A STUDY

GANESHA H. L. & DR. LAXMISHA A. S.

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Today women working in almost all the type of professions demonstrating that there is no gender difference in work. In fact many organizations say that women are playing a major role in uplifting the organization. This is a positive development that women are making their presence felt in different walks of life. On the other hand, for every woman there is one more responsibility background to manage i.e., home and personal life. Today with increasing demands at work place, the interface between work life and personal life assumed significance which demands more attention. Different factors affect work –life balance and one set of factors could be demographic variables. The present study is undertaken to determine the relationship between the demographic variables and work life balance. The sample has taken 30 women bank employees on the basis of simple random sampling. The hypothesis is tested using percentage, chi-square test, correlation to achieve the research objectives.

Keywords: Work Life Balance, Working Women

3.2.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMPUTER SCIENCE

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A STUDY ON CLOUD AND ITS USE IN EDUCATIONAL DOMAIN

MAHESH MUKUND DESHPANDE; NIKITA PAWAR & PRIYANKA RASAL

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A Cloud Application Programming Interface (Cloud API) is a type of API that enables the development of applications and services used for the provisioning of cloud hardware, software, and platforms. A cloud API serves as a gateway or interface that provides direct and indirect cloud infrastructure and software services to users. Before some years ago Educational domain worked on paper work with large physical storage. Lot of the projects, internal assessments of the students were keeping physically in the dead stock storage system if strength of students admitted for program is huge then record keeping is tiresome job. To keep record properly of Each and every student for long time big system is required to the colleges. Since 2013-14 number of the universities implemented CGPA/SGPA for post graduation as well for Technical Education in the India.

Keywords: Cloud, Educational Domain, Computing, ICT (Information Communication Technology)

3.2.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LAW

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CRIME AGAINST CHILDREN IN INDIA- A STATISTICAL STUDY 2004 TO 2014

NIDHI SHANKER

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Children are the very essential part of a society; it is they who are the creators and shapers of a nation’s tomorrow. Crime against children is one of the global issues. It is a matter of worldwide concern. This paper attempts to focus on the crime against them in India. The data clearly shows or makes it evident that children have been bought, sold, enslaved, exploited and killed from a long duration of years. In 2004 total no. of incidences of crimes among all states were 13552 which have increased to 79758 in 2014. Thus, it can be concluded that in the duration of ten years this no. has increased 5.88 times. Sexual offences are the one that have grown rapidly in past few years. Their victimization usually occurs due to the lack of protection and safety provided by the state, parents or community. There are various other factors as well that have lead to the increased rate of crimes against children in today’s scenario. There are various laws to prevent the happening of such events. This paper discusses the factors behind such crimes, relevant data analysis, preventive factors and the related laws.

Keywords: Sexual offences, victimization, preventive factors.

3.2.5 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : SOCIAL WORK

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SWACHHA BHARAT – CHALLENGES & WAY FORWARD

VIJAY M. GHUBLE

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After Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi announced the making of ‘Swachha Bharat’ into a mass movement and linking it to economic activity to ensure greater participation, mission Swachha Bharat (Clean India) has been launched. ‘Mission Swacch Bharat’ (Clean India) launched October 2, with Mahatma Gandhi as the the inspiration, to create a clean India of his dreams by 2019, his 150th birth anniversary. The Prime Minister has said that the pursuit of cleanliness can be an economic activity, contributing to GDP growth, reduction in healthcare costs, and a source of emploulment.

3.2.6 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ECONOMICS

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IS INDEPENDENT “GREATER NAGALIM” ECONOMICALLY VIABLE AND SUSTAINABLE?

A. S. VAREKAN

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The conglomerate Naga tribes and sub-tribes have been fighting for freedom and motherland during the British rule and in Independent India.  They took to arms to this cause in Independent India and have always been that way since.  The armed struggle movement have seen many drastic changes in the organization, leadership and demand but the ultimate goal of bringing all the Naga inhabited areas under one administration have stood the test of time.  “Nagalim” is a term that denotes the demand for one administration of all the Naga inhabited areas which presently falls under four North-eastern states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland.  The demand for Nagalim ranges from greater autonomy to complete independent nation.  This paper examines whether it is economical viable and sustainable if the aspiration of an independent nation comes true or if not should it look for some other alternative which may be socially, economically and politically viable in the interest of all stakeholders.

Key Words: Naga Club, NNC, NSCN, NSCN (I-M), NSCN (K), Nagalim, resources, Ceasefire, Framework Agreement

3.2.7 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : HISTORY

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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PENUKONDA (THE SUMER CAPITALOF VIJAYANAGARA EMPIRE)

K. GOPI NAIK

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In telugu language penu means ‘big’ and konda means ‘hill’.Penukonda Is situated at the base of a large hill from which it takes the name penukonda. It is at the foot of a fortified hill, and connected with both the ends running a semi circular line of fortification. The town has become famous, as penukonda forte is situated here; which is one of the major tourist places of andhra pradesh.

3.2.8 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LIBRARY SCIENCE

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ROLE OF LIBRARY PROFESSIONALS IN SCHOOLS UNDER BLOCK RESOURCE CENTRE, THRITHALA, PALAKKAD DISTRICT: A STUDY

SUREKHA K.R. ; REKHA A. MENON & DR. J. FRANKLIN

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It is quite known that reading habits play a major role in the character building of students. School libraries in turn play a vital role in bringing the reader and the documents together.  Another important but unnoticed or rather forgotten role of libraries in student’s life is teaching them the importance of references and the method of referencing.  This can only be achieved if the students are in ease of access of various documents related to their taste and need of use. This is where a trained librarian becomes an asset to any education system.  The paper emphasizes on a direct link between the role of the school librarian and good teaching practice and achievement.  There is evidence that school librarians who take a professional and proactive approach to their role within the school can cite evidence of their impact on teaching and learning.  There has to be a continuing research into the current trend of utilizing teaching staffs in lieu of professional librarians in the schools.  The development of primary teaching staff should also be considered which will give a clearer indication of whether library provision can be effectively delivered without on-site librarian input.

Key words: Education, School Libraries, Library Professionals, Librarian

3.2.9 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : CULTURE

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ANTHOLOGY ON TRIGUNA IN CONTEMPORARY HUMANITY

BRIGADIER J. S. RAJPUROHIT & LT. COL. J. SATPATHY

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The Universe is considered to be made up of basic particles that are electrons, protons, neutrons, etc. The concept of the Triguna gives our understanding of human behaviour. At the spiritual level the Universe is made up of basic components (trigunas) that is sattva, raja and tama. In triguna, ‘tri’ stands for three and ‘gunas’ stand for subtle components. Our mind is a bundle of thoughts that can be categorized into three types of gunas, rajas, sattva, and tamas. Our dharmakshetra is complex makeup of these gunas. Rarely do we find that a person is as entirely satvik, rajasik or tamasik. Usually they are satva-raja or raja-satva or tama-raja predominant. For example a satvaraja person has characteristics of satva and raja in similar proportion with a predominance of satva. All persons emit satva, raja or tama vibrations depending on which component is predominant. In line with the growing urge of understanding Indian philosophy and leadership, this paper aims to integrate the Bhagavad-Gita (a part of the great Indian epic Mahabharata) and transformational leadership, thepaper takes three gunas. The three gunas can also be conceptualized as a progressive development from tamas to rajas to Sattva and these have impact on Transformational Leadership.

Key Words: Triguna Gunas, Rajas, Sattva, and Tamas

3.2.10 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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PLC BASED COAL CRUSHING SYSTEM

BHAKTI V. JOSHI; SUPRIYA D. SHUKLA; PALLAVI V. ROHOKALE; MRS. K. J. AMRUTKAR

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Compared with actual situation of the current industrial coal crushing system, this paper studies operation process of coal crushing system. Analyze technical characteristics of coal handling system and operating characteristics of the relevant machinery and equipment. Then, the efficient operation of coal crushing system summed up.

Keywords: RTD,SMPS,DPDT, PLC (Programmable logic controller).

3.2.11 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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FARMING AUTOMATION USING PLC

CHINMAY D. JOSHI; DIPALI I. DHAMAL; MAHESH A. BHARATE & MRS. AMRUTKAR KALPANA J.

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In India, the market is mainly based on agriculture and the climatic environment is isotropic and is not able to make full use of agricultural assets. The main cause is the lack of rains in many parts of India and scarcity of land water. Manual control irrigation techniques lead to many problems like additional water consumption, delayed water supply, additional or insufficient fertilizer consumption, bad quality of fertilizer preparation etc. Agriculture using automation techniques like Automatic water dripping system, Automatic chemical spray system and Automatic chemical preparation system can do agriculture efficiently and lead to increase in crop production and quality.

Keywords:  PLC, Solenoid valve, pump, level switch, Relay pad, etc.