4.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : ALL

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VOL- 4, 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 4, ISSUE 1)   (FEB - APR 2019

4.1.1 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE, GADGETS AND CHILDREN

MOHD MUZAMIL SOHIL

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This study has been taken to examine the latest trends for English language learning process through the usage of android devices. These gadgets are playing a role of tutor in everybody’s home. This process of learning is becoming easy and helpful for the children of pre primary classes, upper primary classes and as well as for the secondary classes. Today technology is in our hands and which can be used to reform our vision and enhance our ideas about children. We are easily fascinated from the English language fashion, culture and civilization.  This language became our dress, excitement and our social passion. Today parents are using pictorial learning, rhyme learning, tone learning and play way learning. These things are being used with the help of latest social apps and devices. This study is an attempt to analyses the androids device users and the English language thrust of the children in different families.

Keywords: Devices, Technology, Children, English and Learning

4.1.2 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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THE MAJOR POSTMODERN ELEMENTS AND THE TREATMENT OF LOVE IN SAM SHEPARD’S ‘FOOL FOR LOVE’

MEGHANA RAIKAR

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Love is the pure form of divine feeling. It is a sacred and unconditional state of mind where one can feel sublime. No matter how it reflects but its impact definitely goes deep into the hearts. Sam Shepard, an American playwright, has also portrayed the varied forms of love in his plays. The one of his written plays, Fool For Love, is entirely based on the love theme and dealt with a very unique relationship between a couple who is ‘half brother’ or ‘half sister’ to each other. In the play, this intricate relationship forms its shape along with the major postmodern elements and finally surfaces on the stage reflecting as a different aspect of love. This research paper is a modest endures to discover postmodern elements that have given birth to a new form of thinking in the play.

Key Words: Postmodern elements, Love, Parody, Metafiction, Pastiche, Paradox, Dark Humour, half brother, half sister.

4.1.3 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : PHILOSOPHY

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INDIAN PHILOSOPHY: IT’S RELEVANCE IN THE PRESENT WORLD

DR. RASMITA SATAPATHY

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In the whole World India is a country of its own kind. It is the only nation, which for centuries has been the centre of great attraction for people of every part of the globe. On the basis of its knowledge and spiritualism, India has drawn the attention of the world. Its cultural value has left their deep impression on the whole world. India’s prosperity and the way of life of its people have attracted many of it. Since ancient times, India has been the centre of a rich and developed civilization. Many of its centers of education and learning have been universally renowned in their respective eras. Centuries before Christ India developed high human values, and on the basis of them it kept its flag flying high. This country has from time to time, given the world mentors, who reached the highest stage of human status become philosopher guides for the entire world. Their ideas and adaptable practices, after passing hundreds of years, are still ideal teacher of all in general and in particular. Their work is capable of guiding the world even in the present scenario of the world, if they are applied according to the demand of time and space.

4.1.4 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES IN HOTEL INDUSTRY

VIJAYKUMAR R. SONI

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Human Resource Management, an integral part of an organization, often ensures the success of the shared relationship between employees and an organization by identifying and satisfying the needs of the employees beginning with recruitment and continuing throughout their career. This article aims to analyze the Human Resource Practices carried out in Hotel Industries.

Keywords: - Human Resource, Hotel Industry.

4.1.5 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : POPULATION

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ANAEMIC STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE REPRODUCTIVE AGE GROUP IN INDIA

V. SARAVANAKUMAR, DR. S. RAVICHANDRAN, DR. C. SIVAPRAGASAM

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As per the latest global nutritional report, fifty percent of women in the reproductive age group (15-49) are anemic in India. Nutritional deficiency, poor sanitation, improper AN care and unhygienic behaviour were the major causes for any anaemia among women in India will lead to maternal and infant death. There existed inter state and rural urban differentials in anamic status of women. The main objective of the study is to examine the anaemic status of women in the reproductive age groups and to find the determinants of anaemic status of women. The data from NFHS-4 and HMIS were considered for analysis. This paper will highlight the anaemic status of women in the high focus and non high focused states and the rural urban differentials existed in India. Intake of Sidhdha / Ayurvedic medicines during AN care and awareness creation among women will reduce the anaemia among women in India.

Keywords: Anaemia, Reproductive age, Nutritional deficiency, awareness

4.1.6 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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THE CONFLICT BETWEEN PATRIARCHY AND EFFEMINACY IN ANITA DESAI’S WHERE SHALL WE GO THIS SUMMER

DR. M. DEVI

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Ecofeminism as a literary movement emerged to annihilate patriarchy and anthropocentrism and establish egalitarianism. Women and nature always shared the common ground of suppression and oppression. These two entities invariably experienced victimisation perpetrated by patriarchal supremacy and cultural dominance. Anita Desai in her novel Where Shall We Go This Summer portrays the subjugation of women and nature and goes further to emancipate them from the patriarchal ties. 

Key Words: Patriarchy, Ecofeminism, Anthropocentrism, Egalitarianism

4.1.7 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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ARAVIND ADIGA’S ‘THE WHITE TIGER’ - A POSTCOLONIAL STUDY

D. RAJANI DEIVASAHAYAM

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Postcolonial theory is concerned with a range of cultural engagements such as the impact of imperial language upon the colonized subjects, the effects of European education and the links between western knowledge and colonial power. Postcolonial theory is nothing but the response of the colonized to the colonizer. Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger, can rightly be called as the postcolonial Indian English novel. It is a critique on the so-called progress and prosperity dictum ‘India Shines’ chanted over and over by the then ruling political party. The novel demarcates a long conflicting gap between the educated, wealthy capitalists and the rustic, illiterate proletarians. The subjugated or the subaltern are subjected to suffer culturally, socially, politically and professionally at the hands of the capitalists. The paper focuses on the way Balram Halwai rises in life to the fullest using the postcolonial theory of suffering which leads to protest and later to fight with the colonizer and reach great heights though by foul means, and stand as a spokesperson for the suppressed class.

Key words: subaltern, subjugation, freedom, colonized, raised voice

4.1.8 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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ECHOES OF ENVIRONMENT AND HOMESICKNESS IN RUSKIN BOND’S SELECT WORKS

M. SHERIN JENNIFER

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The perspective on ecologyin Ruskin Bond’s writings reveals the richness of the flora and fauna of the picturesque position of Dehradun and Mussoorie in the foothills of the Himalayas. Being a Nature lover, Ruskin Bond was able to bring out the essence of the environment without any strenuous and conscious effort. His works never fail to reflect his nostalgia and his ardent belief in the therapeutic powers of Nature. This article throws light on the strong impact of Nature on his memory in the following short stories The Cherry Tree and My Father’s Trees in Dehra.

Keywords: eco-sensitivity, ecology, eco-criticism, nostalgia, flora and fauna

5.1.9 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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TEACHING THE CONCEPT AND NATURE OF TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION: A MODEL APPROACH

DR. RAVINDRA PRATAP SINGH

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Technical communication is professional communication .It records the communicative requisites of any profession. Simplicity, clarity and conciseness are the passwords of technical communication. Objectivity is the stand behind its nature. The present paper is a general discussion on Technical Communication and offers a tested model on introducing the concept and nature of technical communication successfully.

Key Words: Technical Communication, Professional Communications, Communication, Technical Writing , General Writing. 

4.1.10 DISCOVERY

Area of Article : MANAGEMENT

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THE IMPACT OF HRM PRACTICES IN INDIAN SUGAR INDUSTRY

DR. POKALE VIJAYA MANJABA

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Human Resource Management (HRM) as a function of management has come a long way. The traditional version of HRM, Personnel management (PM) is a concept that can be appropriately related to the old model of organization, is bureaucratic in character, with less suppleness, and higher degree of centralization and formalization, i.e., adherence to rules and regulation. HRM, on the other hand refers to the overall philosophy about the organization and how people should be managed and is not merely limited to certain specific functions. HRM focuses on congruence and commitment instead of compliance and control. Human resource is considered as the backbone of any economic enterprise. In recent years the economist has added “Human resource” besides land, capital and technology as the key factor for building and developing the nation. The human resource management is a proactive central strategic management activity which is different from conventional personnel management. Human resource management is a sun set concepts. The HRM has tremendous relevance to productivity industry. Human input is the single largest that goes in the sugar industry. The level of efficiency of production of this input reflected in the quality of product provided in its totality and a planned approach is needed for maximizing the human resources. The sugar industry is one of the large scale organizations in the employing of human resources with entire satisfaction of employees. It was decided that to know their human resource policies of employees and level of satisfaction is carried out by the researcher in this study.

 Keyword - HRM Practices, Indian Sugar Industry, Productivity Industry.