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VOL- 5, ISSUE- 3, PUNE RESEARCH TIMES (ISSN 2456-0960) JIF 3.18

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PUNE RESEARCH TIMES 

AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY STUDIES  

(ISSN 2456-0960) (JIF 3.18)

VOLUME 5; ISSUE 3    {JULY SEPT 2020}

5.3.1 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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THE LITERARY ART AND FORTE OF W.B. YEATS AND T. S. ELIOT IN MODIFYING THE TWENTIETH CENTURY POETIC SENSIBILITY THROUGH USAGE OF SYMBOLS AND IMAGES IN THEIR POETRY: AN APPRAISAL

DR. S. CHELLIAH

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This research paper ingeniously affiliates the ornating rhetoric dexterity of two flamboyant laureates T.S. Eliot and W.B. Yeats whose literary craftsmanship reorients the twentieth century subtle poetic sensibility through the locution of symbols and images in their poetry. With respect to, this research paper fervently unearths discrete prodigious notions that W.B. Yeats as the spokesman of “liberal humanism”, where else T.S. Eliot as the exponent of “Christian humanism”. Synchronously, it perspicaciously manifests certain prevailing common characteristics of Eliot and Yeats in the usage of distinctive myths and images to enunciate their visions in their poetry. Collectively, this research paper leads to the following conclusion, that W.B. Yeats and T.S. Eliot brought forth the quintessence to their deep penetrating profound and intimate personal encounters through unstinting usage of symbols and images in their poetry.

Key Words: Literary art, poetic sensibility, symbols, images, liberal humanism, Christian humanism, myths, intimate, experiences. 

5.3.2 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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P. B. SHELLEY AS A HUMANITARIAN IDEALIST, A GLORIOUS PROPHET AND AN INSPIRED SEER REVELING IN RICH USE OF SYMBOLS FOR EXPRESSION OF IDEAS AND MEANING : AN APPRAISAL

DR. C. RAMYA

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This paper is an attempt to show how  P.B.Shelley was regarded as the most visionary of all English poets and his poetry was described as the fabric of a vision. “As a revolutionary and a lover and supporter of the French Revolution, he favoured and sung of the principles and things for which the French Revolution stood and wished so earnestly to change the social order of the world and that is why he hated and opposed slavery, tyranny, injustice and cruelty and cherished a world order based on fairness, justice, equality, liberty and fraternity.

Keywords : visionary , idealist, humanist, revolutionary, change, slavery, tyranny, injustice, cruelty.

5.3.3 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU AS A LITERARY LUMINARY WITH PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY AND PRACTICAL ORIENTATION IN THOUGHT AND TEMPERAMENT: AN APPRAISAL

J. KAVITHANJALI

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This article projects Nehru as a literary luminary with professional integrity and practical orientation in thought and temperament, along with he is the product of both East and West, he make the world through an immaculate expression of his outer active lifeand deep emotions, soaring imagination, limitless urges and boundless humanitywith an artist’s vision.His writings create a great impact on the society, in which he presents a picture both of himself and the nation and with the deft and meticulous handling of an artist he merges the two into one.His words have an evocative power being charged with ardent humanism.

Key Words: Artistic Vision, Historical Facts, Political Background, Scientific Growth, Freedom.

5.3.4 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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EGOCENTRIC DEPORTMENT IN THE NOVELS OF MANJU KAPUR’S HOME AND A MARRIED WOMAN : A BRIEF ANALYSIS

N. KAUSHIREDDY

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This article analyses the egocentric behavior of women with the references of the novels of Manju Kapur who show how joint families can destroy as well as preserve an individual’s life. In depicting the inner subtlety of woman’s mind, Kapur displays a mature understanding of the female psyche; she manages to blend the personal with the external. Manju Kapur focuses on assertion of individuality which leads her protagonist to their isolation from their relatives or marital disharmony. Kapur indirectly evokes the women from immature activities of society.

Key Words: Female Psyche, Oppression, Egoism, Self-assertion, Patriarchal society.

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Area of Article : LITERATURE

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DIASPORIC DILEMMA IN THE SELECT NOVELS OF BHARATI MUKHERJEE, CHITRA BANERJEE, AND JHUMPA LAHIRI: AN ANALYSIS

K. M. KEERTHIKA

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This paper throws light on the diasporic dilemma in the novels of Bharati Mukherjee, Chitra Banerjee and Jhumpa Lahiri, as diasporic novelists; they travel in their search for self-hood and meaning life, this made them to voice out the feelings of the immigrants in the alien land. In Indian diasporic writing, these writers have gained a special recognition because of their choice of theme, characterization, style of writing and narrative techniques etc.

Key Words: Cultural Conflict, Diasporic dilemma, Isolation, Self-hood, Identity

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Area of Article : LITERATURE

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ARRANGED MARRIAGE AS AN INSTITUTIONAL DOMESTICITY: A NOTE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KAVITA DASWANI’S NOVELS

N. PADMAPRIYADHARSHINI

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This paper attempts to present Indian arranged marriages as an institutional domesticity. This paper draws examples from an Indian-American writer Kavita Daswani’s heroines who stands against the preformed traditions of arranged marriages. However, they accepts the situation for the sake of their families and suffers a lot in their lives. This paper examines what arranged marriages gives to a women and how it was made into an institution by the society. Thus, by evaluating two powerful heroines of Kavita Daswani, this paper states arranged marriages as a pure institutional domesticity.

Key Words: arranged marriage, caste, society, economy, dowry, tradition, unacceptability.

5.3.7 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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TONI MORRISON AND MARGARET ATWOOD: A CREDIBLE COSMOS OF ALTRUISM AND AUTHENTIC SELF : A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE

A. P. PAVITHRA BHUVANESHWARI

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This research article at the outset is a humble attempt to lay focus on the most notable polyphiloprogentive feminist writers Margaret Atwood and Toni Morrison, who spend their life in the selfless path through their writings. Writings of Atwood and Morrison uprooted the distinguished forms, faces, subjects, situations and environment of woman throughout the history. This research paper focuses on the question that how Atwood and Morrison chose Literature as a powerful medium to give voice for the women in the world? These research article further proceeds with a notion that these two erudite writers as a woman tends to universalize the suffering women through their novels. Finally this research articleculminate with a point that Atwood and Morrison created an altruistic cosmos of novels, where one can find answers to their life’s questions and can shape them to an authentic self.

Key words: Atwood, Morrison, selfless, novels, woman, feminism, literature, voice, women.

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Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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THE ULTIMATE GOAL OF LEARNING A LANGUAGE AS AN EFFECTIVE PROCESS OF GIVING PEOPLE ‘INFORMATION’ AND ‘COMMUNICATION’: A BRIEF NOTE

R. S. SRI AKILANDESWARI

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This paper aims at bringing out some important strategies and methods employed so as to make language learning effective in all respects with the sole intention of making it rather universal and something unique. It also analyses the ultimate goal of learning a language as an effective process of giving people ‘information’ and ‘communication’.

Keywords : goal, language, effective, process, information, learning, communication

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Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SWAMI VIVEKANANDA AS A SPIRITUAL GURU AIMING AT A HARMONIOUS BLEND OF MATERIALISM AND SPIRITUALISM : AN ANALYSIS

DR. S. PARI PARAMESWARAN

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This paper is an attempt to present Swami Vivekananda as  a perfect spiritual guru who always aims at the harmonious blend of spiritualism and materialism through his speeches. By analyzing the mesmerizing and spell-bounding speeches of Swamiji, this paper tells hoe he influenced the world and spread the moralistic thoughts of Hinduism. Though he was a stern believer of Hinduism, he also had a greater respect on Buddhism and greater love for Jesus Christ. Hence, whatever the religion be, Swamiji always proposed love and compassion among human beings. Thus, this paper is a fine attempt to picturize Swamiji as a prophet who spread morals and love to the world.

Key Words: spiritualism, materialism, love, compassion, philosophy, humanity.

5.3.10 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SELF - DISCOVERY AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN ANITA NAIR’S “LADIES COUPE”: AN ANALYSIS

V. MANIKANDAN

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Women are steadily taking up new roles to play both as individuals and members of families and societies. However even now, huge majority of women continue to lose their identity, independence and self - respect. They are like instruments in the hands of the husband in laws. They should realize how important they are not only at home but also in the society in which they live. They should assert their independence and know themselves. This is achieved through the process of ‘self - discovery’.It is focuses on importance to Anita Nair makes her central characters to expect over this topic.

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Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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AUTOMATING AND ANALYZING GREEEN HOUSE HYDROPONIC FARM USING IOT

A. RAJADURAI & M. SHANMIKA

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Hydroponics is a method of growing plants without soil. It is the fastest growing sector of agriculture and it could very well dominate  food production in the future. This project is used to make a compact system to automate nutrient dose, pH, water supply and temperature of a greenhouse hydroponic farm. To gain information about the farm by plotting graphs using sensor data. This project is used to analyze and monitor the farm temperature, moisture and maintaining pH value in the water. We using IOT based hydroponic farms for food production, so we can control the farm temperature, moisture and nutrients in anywhere. All information about the farm is saved in cloud storage. A standard website made which will take sensor data place correct graphs and help farmers to attain information. This website is used to automate water supply, maintain pH value and temperature of the hydroponic farm and also sending messages automatically to farmers or owners through mail, whatsapp or normal messages. The scope of our project is too many IOT enabled hydroponic farms can be placed near the city areas which will directly cut the transportation cost. Sensors like pH sensor, LM35 temperature sensor, LDR, Arduino Microcontroller, ESP8266, Relays and DC motor.

Keywords:  Hydroponics, IOT, Sensors, Nutrients, Cloud, Website.

5.3.12 TIMES

Area of Article : ENGINEERING

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REVIEW PAPER ON FAULT DETECTION IN BEARING

S. KOKILA & K. ANITHA

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Rolling element bearings are the most critical but vulnerable mechanical components in a rotating machine. A bearing failure can lead to a complete machine breakdown causing unintended interruption to a production process and financial losses. Many fault detecting techniques have been developed to improve the reliability of rolling element bearings. This paper deals with those fault detecting techniques that are used to identify the fault in the bearing by analysing vibration signal.

Keywords: Bearing, breakdown, reliability, fault detection techniques, vibration signal.

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Area of Article : ECONOMICS

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IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON VARIOUS SECTORS OF INDIAN ECONOMY

ANIL NAMDEORAO DHIWAR

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The economy of India was in poor condition even before the Covid-19 disaster. It will further roll down given the instability likely to occur in the economies of the USA, Japan, Korea, China, Singapore and European Countries. Volatility in the stock market will remain to continue. The investment sector has been severely hampered and investors are trying to play safe and hold cash. Purchasing power and confidence of the consumer will hit an all-time low. Tax collections will also drop and a global economic recession seems to be in the offing which will severely affect the Indian economy and recovery from this crisis could take over a year or two. According to WTO, world trade is expected to fall by between 13% and 32% in 2020 due to COVID 19 pandemic that has disturbed normal economic activity. Share of Indian export in, in total world’s export is 3.5% and share of Import in world’s import is 3.1% (2019). The trade balance of India has shown a trade deficit of 9.8 USD bn in March 2020.The unexpected decline the trade and production has negative consequences on the business and households. 

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Area of Article : LITERATURE

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CASTE AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN SHANTABI KAMBLE’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY- A KALEDIOSCOPIC STORY OF MY LIFE

PAWAR KESHAV LIMBAJI

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The history of mankind is a saga of an incessant struggle between the oppressors and oppressed and the life of Dalit community in India is a perennial story of agony, anguish and struggle due to the untouchability imposed on them by Hindu Varna system. The Dalits and women in India are marginalized with the of Varna system super structure just for the sake of hegemonial and dominating instincts of so-called higher castes. They are treated as subhuman, inferior and sinful in day today life. But, in post independence period, caste and gender consciousnesses have dominated the socio-cultural, political and economical scenario of Indian society. Now-a-days the deprived sections of society such as Dalit, Adivasi, OBCs and, women are striving for emancipation from the shackles of age old Traditions and unjust social order which is based on Four Varna system. In post independence era there is a great wave of Dalit writing in which Dalit women writers like Babytai Kamble, Shantabai Kamble, Urmila Pawar, Bama, Meenakand Swami etc. are the revolutionary writers who explored the suffocated voice of Dalit womanhood in India. Shantabai Kamble’s Autobiography, Maja Janmachi Chittarkata (A Kaleidoscopic Story of my Life) is considered as a prominent women Dalit autobiography that explores the suppressed lives of Dalit women in India. The present research paper attempts to highlight humiliating memories of caste and gender discrimination issues in Shantabai Kamble’s Autobiography.

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Area of Article : संस्कृति

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रंगभेद भारतीय संस्कृति पर प्रश्न चिन्ह

डॉ. दीनदयाल

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