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VOL- 4, ISSUE- 1, PUNE RESEARCH TIMES (ISSN 2456-0960) JIF 3.18

Editor-in-Chief

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PUNE RESEARCH TIMES 

AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY STUDIES  

(ISSN 2456-0960) (JIF 3.18)

VOLUME 4; ISSUE 2  (APR to JUNE 2019)

4.2.1 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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DISENFRANCHISEMENT OF LITERARY DEMOCRACY IN ROHINTON MISTRY‘S NOVELS

M. SEENI SULTHAN IBRAHIM & DR. T. S. GEETHA

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Recently we celebrated the anniversary of the father of nation, Mahathma Gandhi. A female priest from U.P desecrated the effigy of Gandhi .But she is free from the punishment and the same time now a days our mother country India  facing many troubles and tribulation in the field of literature as freedom of speech and writings may be crushed by political power or majoritarian politics. Writers like Dabholkar, Pansare and Gouri Lankesh were shoot dead by those sort of conmen and goondas. And a few writers or artist like Grish Karnad Prakash Raj are threatened by write wing groups. Even though they are fostering and strengthening secular idea and harmony among the citizens of India. It will not accepted or digested by a few politicians, who are aware about this chairs in the political arena, have exercised disharmony and venomous speech whereas a spider emits its poison to the purified water. They advertently spread their venomous concept and hate policy to divide the citizen of India in the sect of religion and caste to profit their politics. In this connection, Rohinton Mistry’s novels also emanates the Post- Babri issues, fear of minorities, Indhira Ghandhi’s emergency which affects ethnic minorities in India. He also portraits his subconscious voice through his work “Such a Long Journey”. He expresses his views about the Parsi people in a polite and mild way, because he does not want to suppress and oppress the hands of the political powers, rightwing group R. S. S, and Shiv Sena. After reading his novels, I feel a type of nervousness that is why he left or missed the footnote subject of sufferings of innocent Muslims, Parsees and Daliths in his works.  

4.2.2 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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SOCIAL & EDUCATIONAL VIEW OF MAHATMA GANDHI

DR. NIRANKAR SINGH

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The mother India given birth to so many heroes in her country. Gandhiji was also one of them. His educational idea’s based on love peace and equity. He shines like a luminous star in the galaxy of intellectuals.Gandhi’s educational philosophy is dynamic and realistic. Gandhi is vision on education was truly civilized for the betterment of society as well as whole country.  Education not only educate the students but brings a new change in the society. It reflects a society’s fundamental assumption. His experience in South Africa not only changed his out look ideology but also helped him to see the real picture of country.  Gandhiji’s educational philosophy is dynamic and realistic. His vision on education was truly civilized for the betterment of society as well as whole country.

Key Words: Women Education, illiteracy, knowledge, complement of man, letters and speeches.

4.2.3 TIMES

Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED BY LEARNERS OF ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

JAYTI ANAND & SHALINI ANAND

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With the objective of keeping pace with the globalization, it becomes quintessential to observe and realize the need and importance of ever increasing demand of English. In recent  years   English has achieved a lot of recognition as English is considered as the common official language worldwide which has created a plethora of scope for ample number of jobs across the world.


4.2.4 TIMES

Area of Article : POLITICAL SCIENCE

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CORRUPTION FREE INDIA: A CHALLENGE

DR. RAJU KALMESH SAWANT

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I dream of a corruption free India. A place where everyone works hard and gets what he deserves. A place that gives equal opportunity to everyone based on their knowledge and skills irrespective of their caste, colour, creed or religion. A place where people don’t use other people around to get accomplish their selfish motives. But alas, India is far from this ideal place I imagine it to be. Everyone is so engrossed in earning money and enhancing their lifestyle that they don’t mind using corrupt ways to fulfill their dreams and ambitions. It is a common notion that those who work with honesty are unable to reach anywhere. They hardly get any promotion and continue to earn meagre salary. On the other hand, those who seek bribes and use unfair means to accomplish their tasks climb up the ladder of success and make a better living.

4.2.5 TIMES

Area of Article : COMMERCE

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VOCATIONALISATION OF COMMERCE EDUCATION: CHALLENGES AND SUGGESTIONS

DHAVANE P. M.

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Mahatma Gandhi once said that we were getting education too expensive for a starving country. After the independence of India, several efforts have been made to reform our system of education .There has been a series of reforms and also a large scale expansion of education. All of it has failed to satisfy requirements of our nation. The University Grants Commission in India launched the scheme of vocationalisation of education in 1994. It has been found that vocational education is not offered in lieu of general education but grows out of it. Supplementing and enhancing main stream education is the goal of vocational education .The main objective of vocational education is to fulfill the manpower requirement for national development and social requirement for employment.

4.2.6 TIMES

Area of Article : SOCIAL SCIENCE

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WOMEN OF THE OLD TESTAMENT

VALVI VISHWAS GORAKHNATH

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Both man and woman were made in the image of God. It was a woman that was taken from the side of Adam to be a suitable mate, as Adam was made first. Woman is called a “helper” to man, this is more than being an assistant, a “helper” means a co-worker. When it comes to women and the concept of submission in the Bible, it does not imply that she is inferior to man in any way, but she is ordained to have a different position in relation to man, each having distinct roles.Although women were treated in history in an inferior way, this does not mean that those who did so were obeying the commands of Scripture. There is huge difference in the way the Pharisees treated women in Jesus’ day and how the Bible instructs us to treat women. Certain Jews prayed in this time period, thank God I’m not a dog, a gentile or a woman.This shows there attitude was not following the Biblical precedent, as God gave to man a woman to be a necessary helper alongside him. Historically women have played an important part in the history of Israel and God’s plan. When Israel was enslaved in Egypt it was because of the determination of the Hebrew women that disobeyed the Pharaoh’s command to kill the newborn boys that brought in their deliverer.

4.2.7 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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EVAM INDRAJIT: A STRUGGLE FOR EXISTENCE

DR. SHAILAJ B. WADIKAR

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Sircar’s early plays such as Evam Indrajit, Baki Itihas, Trigsha Shatabdi and Pagala Ghoda display his exceptional strength as an avant-garde playwright. The plays explore man’s consciousness towards his existential responsibilities, his profound sense of guilt for turning away from them and leading an alienated life. Sircar thinks that the social relevance of a play, for a sincere writer, is quite automatic.

4.2.8 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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FOOD AND IDENTITY IN PREETHI NAIR’S ONE HUNDRED SHADES OF WHITE

ANUKRITI & SUJATA RANA

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Food has been  widely  recognised in areas such  as anthropology,   sociology,  food science,  semiotics,  as  well  as  in  literary, film and cultural  studies.  Food  and  eating  mirrors the  making of  a self and reflects  a  detailed  and  comprehensive  image  of  our identities. As self-understanding and authentic existence are the  chief objectives of any kind of philosophical inquiry, especially in postmodern times, food becomes a valuable key to that. The paper proposes to study Preethi Nair’s One Hundred Shades of White as chronicle of such a journey spanning three generations of women through the metaphor of cooking. Food is one of the most popular tools in the hands of diasporic women writers to express their longing for as well as rejection and finally acceptance of their home culture. The novel is an unforgettable rendering of a mother and daughter’s search for identity and ‘wholeness’ in an alien land and coming to terms with the ‘duality’ of their existence.

Keywords: British Asian Literature, Diasporic literature, Women’s literature

4.2.9 TIMES

Area of Article : SOCIOLOGY

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TRANSFORMING RURAL YOUTH BY EDUCATION AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT

DR. SHRUTI TANDON

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Rural India is the real face of our country as it represents 68.9 percent of our population. It is important to engage the rural youth in a productive way in tandem with their aspirations by providing them credible opportunities for growth and well being. But in the globalized area, firms and industries demand for more skills workers. In addition to this technological change, particularly the development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) , is occurring at unprecedented speed, requiring workers to have more and more complex cognitive skills than ever. Therefore it is important to meet the challenges and prepare rural youth with the proper education and skills they need. Although there are many programmes for their development but it is important to note that all of these programme will be successful only if they are implemented properly. This article is an attempt to understand the problems and challenges of rural youth in the context of their development and possible suggestions are given to overcome the problems by Education and Skill Development.

Keywords: Rural, Youth, Education, Skill Development, Challenges, Suggestions.   

4.2.10 TIMES

Area of Article : MANAGEMENT

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SELECTION OF FLAT: THROUGH CUSTOMERS’ PERSPECTIVES

DR. PRATAP V. PAWAR & DR. SAGAR O. MANJARE

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Pimpri-Chinchwad (Pune) is the fastest growing city for constructing flat in the real estate business so that it is a big scope for builders’ for constructing various types of projects for selling the flat. It is good opportunity for the customers to select various types of flats. People are attracted towards Pimpri-Chinchwad city for making good career in the various sectors available good job opportunities and huge scope for becoming entrepreneurs and government also supports to startup the business. Customers preferences are high for selecting 1 BHK, 2 BHK and 3 BHK flats on the basis of income and budget of flat. It is found that Customers’ psychology and perceptions are different while selecting flat in the different types of projects.

Key words: Customers Perception, Selection of flat, Location, Floors, Area in square foot. 

4.2.11 TIMES

Area of Article : LITERATURE

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PSYCHOANATYTICAL APPROACH OF GAYL JONES’ CORREGIDORA

DR. A. K. PANDEY

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In a 1982 interview, Gayl Jones said that just like most people, she felt “connections to home territory-connections that go into one’s ideas of language, personality, landscape (Rowell 52). Born to Franklin and Lucille Jones on November 23, 1949 in Lexington, Kentucky, Jones’early “connections” with the South are reflected strongly in her personal life as well as in her writing, which often brings Kentucky culture and characters to life for the reader. Much of her desire to write came from her maternal grandmother, Amanda Wilson, who wrote plays for church productions, as well as from her mother, Lucille Jones, who wrote short stories, many of them in order to entertain Gayl and her brother Franklin Jr. Jones says, “I have to say that if my mother hadn’t written and read to me when I was growing up I probably wouldn’t have even thought about it at all” (Rowell 53). In elementary school, several of Jones’ instructors saw through her painfully shy exterior to the talented author blooming within and encouraged her to continue writing.

4.2.12 TIMES

Area of Article : LANGUAGE

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LEARNERS’ AUTONOMY IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING

MANGESH B. CHATE

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English as the second language in the foreign nations is acquired by the students whose native language is not English is a complicated process. Generally English language is taught by the teacher to the students like any other subject; with this process of teaching such as Grammar Translation method or Structural approach the teaching becomes teacher- centred. Students hardly learn and they stop where the teacher stops. It pressurises the students to memorise the grammar with set of rules. This ceases their communicative English; significant point why many students are only good at writing English but zero in spoken English. So the importance should be given to Learning, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills rather concentrating on only one.     There are few methods which are based on the learner’s autonomy; they are, Communicative Language Teaching, The Silent Way, and The Natural Method etc. Students’ learning would grow continuously with the latter case as it is student- centred approach. Also, they involve themselves voluntarily in learning English language without a bit of stress; with this the learner’s atmosphere is fulfilled with charisma.

Key Words Learner, Autonomy, Activities, LSRW skills, Peer- learning, Teacher, Facilitator, Involvement, Lesson plan, Consciousness, Student’s interest, Specific talent, ability, Role played. 

4.2.1 टाईम्स

Area of Article : मराठी साहित्य

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वाङ्मयेतिहासलेखन : काहीं निरीक्षणे

श्री वैजिनाथ राख

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4.2.2 टाईम्स

Area of Article : सहकार

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सहकार चळवळीचा विश्लेषणात्मक अभ्यास

डॉ. संभाजी संतोष पाटील

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4.2.3 टाईम्स

Area of Article : इतिहास

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जागतिक प्रबोधनात ख्रिस्ती उपदेशकारनाची भूमिका

वळवी विश्वास गोरखनाथ

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प्रबोधन हे वैचारिक आणि बोद्धिक कृत्याचाद्वारे होणारे परिवर्तन आहे.आणि या परीवर्तनामागे महत्वाचा इतिहास दडलेला असतो.प्रबोधनाचा माध्यमातून आज जगात अनेक क्रांत्या घडून आलेल्या आहे.समाजाच्या बंदिस्थ गुलामगिरीतून आणि जातीसंस्था तसेच आर्थिक पिळवणूकीतुन मुक्त करण्यासाठी हा वैचारिक लढा सर्वप्रथम युरोपात लढला गेला.प्राचीन काळापासून समाजाचा सुधारणेसाठी आणि व्यवस्थेसाठी राजकीय क्षेत्राबरोबर विज्ञानाने देखील यात महत्वपूर्ण योगदान दिलेले आहे.सोळाव्या शतकात मार्टिन लुथर याने संत ऑगस्टीन यांचे सिटी ऑफ गोड आणि बायबल मधील वचनधर्मी मनुष्य विश्वासाने जगेलया वाचनाने प्रेरित होऊन हजार वर्षापासून पोपच्या आर्थिक गुलामगिरीत जकळलेल्या युरोपियन जनतेला आधात्मिक प्रबोधनाच्या माध्यमातून मुक्त केले.आणि संपूर्ण जगात प्रबोधनाची सुरुवात झाली.फ्रान्सिस बेकन याने तर विज्ञान आणि धर्म हे एकमेकांना कसे पूरक आहे हे दाखवून दिले.गलिलिओ कोपर्निकस,न्यूटन,अल्बर्ट आईन्स्टाईन,यांनी विज्ञाणात तर,जीन जैक रुसो,कार्ल मार्क्स,लीयोपाल्ड रंके,मोन्तेस्क्यू,दिडेरो ,यांनी वैचारिक घटकात प्रबोधन घडवून आणले.त्यामुळे फ्रेंच,रशियन आणि विकसनशील देशात राष्ट्रवादी क्रांत्या घडून आल्या.तसेच ख्रिस्ती प्रबोधनकारांनमध्ये मार्टिन ल्युथर.जोनाथन एडवर्ड,जॉर्ज वाईटफिल्ड,जॉन कॅल्विन,जॉन हस,आणि जॉन बनियान,यांनी प्रबोधनाची आध्यात्मिक सुरुवात करून इतिहासात एका नव्या अध्यायाची सुरुवात केली.तसेच आध्यत्मिक प्रबोधन म्हणजे काय,ख्रिस्ती प्रबोधनकारांनी प्रबोधन

4.2.4 टाईम्स

Area of Article : इतिहास

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कर्मवीर दादासाहेब गायकवाडांचे कार्य – एक अभ्यास

प्रा. डॉ. चंद्रशेखर क्षिरसागर

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