3.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 3, ISSUE- 4, 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 4)   (NOV 2018 - JAN 2019

3.4.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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AUTOBIOGRAPHY: A LIFE-TEXT OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF IDENTITY

DR. RAJKUMAR M. LAKHADIVE

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The autobiographical act is a result of pre-text. It arises from the autobiographer’s own life which occurs before the text and which the autobiographer and the reader read as the text. The act of autobiography also becomes the pre-text for the construction of a self-image by the autobiographer and the reader, the latter reading the autobiographical text while considering her or his own life-text. The self-conscious and careful selection of events, people, and memories within an autobiographical text either “fictive” or “deliberate” re-orders the past and can generate more memories. The autobiographical act is a re-reading of one’s past, a recognition that is self-conscious and selective, it becomes a re-vision, a re-writing of the past in the light of the present.

3.4.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MANAGEMENT

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DRUG ADDICTION: A GREAT CHALLENGE TO THE SOCIETY

BENUPRASAD SITAULA

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The research article ‘drug addiction a great challenge to the society is a descriptive and qualitative paper .it has used secondary data found in different research paper and books .the main aim of this article are to find out drug its effects and types . It is found that different drug has been used by specially adolescences  as they want to have relax and free life .at last some of the treatment and management of drug addiction is also forwarded.

Key words: drug addiction, abuser, relaxes, management of addiction       

3.4.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MATHEMATICS

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THERMAL RADIATION EFFECT ON MHD SLIP FLOW PAST A STRETCHING SHEET WITH VARIABLE VISCOSITY AND HEAT SOURCE/SINK

PRADYUMNA KUMAR PATTNAIK
NIRANJAN MISHRA

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The objective of the study was to compare Physical fitness and mental health of female players of Team games and Individual games from Ahmednagar District Sports Zone under Savitribai Phule Pune University on the selected physical fitness variables and mental health. A group of 210 female players A (Team games players=141) and B (Individual games players: N=69) of age group 18-25 years were selected from the Ahmednagar District under Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. The study was limited to the physical fitness variables i.e.  cardio-vascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body mass index. It was hypothesized that there may be significant differences with regard to selected physical fitness variables among tam games and individual games players. The data was collected from inter zonal sports competition organized by Savitribai Phule Pune University and analyzed by using an independent samples t-test. The level of p≤0.05 was considered significant. An independent samples t-test revealed that individual games players had significantly higher in cardio-vascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body mass index and mental health (p<0.05) than team games players.

Keywords: Physical fitness, mental health, individual games, team games, players.

3.4.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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A COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL FITNESS AND MENTAL HEALTH OF TEAM GAMES AND INDIVIDUAL GAMES PLAYERS

CHIMATE DNYANESHWAR& DR. DEEPAK MANE

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The objective of the study was to compare Physical fitness and mental health of female players of Team games and Individual games from Ahmednagar District Sports Zone under Savitribai Phule Pune University on the selected physical fitness variables and mental health. A group of 210 female players A (Team games players=141) and B (Individual games players: N=69) of age group 18-25 years were selected from the Ahmednagar District under Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. The study was limited to the physical fitness variables i.e.  cardio-vascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body mass index. It was hypothesized that there may be significant differences with regard to selected physical fitness variables among tam games and individual games players. The data was collected from inter zonal sports competition organized by Savitribai Phule Pune University and analyzed by using an independent samples t-test. The level of p≤0.05 was considered significant. An independent samples t-test revealed that individual games players had significantly higher in cardio-vascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body mass index and mental health (p<0.05) than team games players.

Keywords: Physical fitness, mental health, individual games, team games, players.

3.4.5 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SYMBOLISM – A KEY CONCEPT IN LITERATURE

DR. RAJKUMAR M. LAKHADIVE

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Symbols are a means of complex communication that often times can have multiple levels of meaning. This separates symbols from signs, as signs have only one meaning. A symbol’s meaning may be modified by various factors including popular usage, history and contextual intent. The history of a symbol is one of many factors in determining a particular symbol’s apparent meaning. The word ‘symbol’ has been used to mean anything from a simple mark to complex and arcane images through convoluted stories, and even to philosophic arguments.  Unfortunately, most tomes claiming to discuss or collect symbols try to ignore this ambiguity, making any effort to categorize books and other sources a highly subjective, not to mention tremendously intricate task.  Further, there are all the similar and related terms: symbolize, symbolism, symbolic, signs, signals, significance, myths, mythology, images. The context of a symbol may change its meaning. Similar five-pointed stars might signify a law enforcement officer or a member of the armed services, depending upon the uniform. 

3.4.6 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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AN APPROACH TO RESOLVE CHALLENGES IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION IN INDIA

DR. NANASAHEB M. HALGARE

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As we know that there are near around 80,000 less seats in engineering in this year.This will lead to around  3.1 lakh seats less in four years including 2018-19 academic year . dont get alarmed here .because actual enrollment has been on decline since 2012-13 coming down by 1.86 lakh.And According to AICTE nearly substandard engineering colleges have applied for closure. One of the main reason of declining admission of engineering day by day  is less faculty Retention in major of engineering colleges. If we have to improve the  admission in engineering ,it is possible only when faculty retention ration is increased. This is what we focus in this paper.

3.4.7 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MANAGEMENT

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A STUDY OF RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS AT BALAJI DIARY, TIRUPATI

DEVAREDDY ROJA ; KALYA LAKSHMI SAINATH & KORCHA TEJA SAI

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From past decade the business organizations are more concentrating on the human capital because they are the most valued and most treasured assets. While recruiting the candidates the organizations has to map carefully the available human resources because they create the competitive advantage for the organizations. The word recruitment has become as a logistic of human resource capital for the many organizations. Business organizations are advancing modern recruiting and selection methods due to the entry of multinational companies. The aim of the paper is to study the recruitment and selection process followed at Balaji Diary. The best human capital availability in organizations makes them competitive advantage and as well as they become the real life blood of the organizations. This research studies the review of literature for recruitment and selection procedures followed at organizations. The research was done using both primary and secondary data. Primary data was collected from 70 employees using questionnaire method. The results were obtained from percentage method. The research findings reveal that Balaji diary follows best recruitment and selection process and they are satisfied with the organizational climate and the organization follows ethical recruitment policy.

Keywords: Employees, recruitment, selection, recruitment policy, organization climate, ethical values

3.4.8 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : SOCIOLOGY

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POVERTY: AS A SOCIAL PROBLEM

DR. ASHISH GHANSHYAMBHAI PATEL

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Poverty is a major problem in developing and undeveloped countries, India is developing rapidly, Indian economy is directly connected with GDP, agriculture base country is transforming in industrial base, in India 70 % people are living in rural areas, and rural people are looking towards urban areas for better opportunities and facilities. Over population is directly concerned with poverty. Government has taken lots of action and implemented various schemes to prevent poverty. Five year planning commission has decided to reform agriculture sector to increase income of people who are living below poverty line. Still we have to do more regarding this serious problem and we have to involve NGO’s ,  financially sound people and corporate houses. Government has to revise tax policy and take strict action to prevent corruption. Surplus fund could be spend for poor people. Government should arrange proper employment opportunities for workless poors. 

3.4.9 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : SOCIOLOGY

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SOCIAL INSTITUTION OF DUNGARI GARASIA ADIVASI

DR. HIREN J. BAROT

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Present paper tries to understand the changes took place in dungari garasia Adivasi in Aravalli district especially in marriage and family system. Family institution is available in every society, which keep on changing from time to time in modern world. Present subject tries to focus on the same subject which is based on the observation of respondents during my Ph.D. reaserch. We observed many changes in family institution due to effect of modernization, increase in education, urbanization, migration, and professional opportunity in dungari garasiya family since last some years. Pattern of family relation has changed, women’s role,status and place in society has uplifted. Relatives have been replaced by Friends in society. Joint family is replaced by neuclear family and use of modern means have become easy to use.  This paper was studied during the Ph.D research. Marriage ceremony, belief, and customs, etc have got many changes during last some decades. Marriage songs, folk dance and many systome has been replaced by modern filmy songs and dj. Traditional song and dance have been changed due to modernization and culturelisation among them. Choice of life partner, and many more things have been affected due to modernization is seen in this society.education, freedom ,and democracy have put deep impression among them.

3.4.10 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : SOCIOLOGY

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SOCIO - HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF RAJPUT SOCIETY

DR. YASHPALSINH V. RATHOD

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Maharaja Shree Ranjorsinh has identified Kshatriya Pedigree, as per him 16 from Sun, 4 from Moon, 2 from Nagvanshi, 3 from Rushivanshi and 11 from Agnivanshi are also Kshatriya. There are some assumptions for 36 Descent. But in sun vansh Rathod, Katchvaha, Sisodiya, Badgujar,Kathariya, Sikarval, Nikumbh and Rekvar are considered. European historian Easterson,  Indian veda and cultural tradion indicates  Rajputs are ancient  Aaryajati. These gens are from Rajput  and they had ruled India since vaidik period. That cast has provided bravely protection to our country, religion and culture. 

3.4.11 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MANAGEMENT

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MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATION

DR. PRAMOD R. BOTRE

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This study critically examines the concept of organizational innovation in the existing literature and to identify different strategies and approaches to the ways a manager can lead and manage innovation. Some studies emphasized on structural forms, adaptability and capability of the organizations as the foundation of the management of innovation, other models considered organizational atmosphere, participative management and incentives for innovation as the core requirement for managers to be able to organize and lead organizational innovation. Besides, the role of endogenous organizational forces including technological change, interests and power in shaping organizational transformation, societal values and capacity for learning were also considered as important variables in the management of organizational innovation.

Keywords: organization, innovation, management, change, organizational innovativeness