Remarking
Publication Ethics
Guidelines for Reviewers
Guidelines for Authors
Paper publications
Editorial Board & Editorial
Remarking to review
ISSN No.2394-0344 Remarking:VOL- II* ISSUE-VI*September-2017
S.no LIST Page No
1 Handicraft Sustainability through Tourism: A Case Study of Agra
Brijesh Rawat, Ruchira Prasad & Swati Mathur, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
01-07
2 An Analytical Study of Green-Marketing Need and Impact on Consumer Buying Behaviour
P. K. Saxena, Meerut
08-14
3 Assessing the Role of Age, Gender, Marital Status, Experience and Organizational Experience in the Relationship of Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Effectiveness
Sindhuja Mishra, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
15-21
4 Actualizing Roles as A Road Map to Attain Corporate Leadership: A Research Experience during HRD Workshop of Senior Managers in an Indian Public Sector Organization
Tulika Saxena , Kanpur
22-27
5 A Comparative Study of Work Participation Rate of Women in Punjab and Haryana
Reeti Gaur, Patiala & Nidhi Walia, Ambala, Haryana
28-33
6 Utilization and Digestion of Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids by the Adult ‘AK’ Grasshopper, Poecilocerus Pictus (Fabr.) when Fed on Three Dietary Regimes
Suman Godara, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
34-39
7 Interdemic Variation in Haematocrit and Lactate Dehydrogenase in the Indian Cyprinid Cyprinus Carpio in Conditions of Hypoxia
Ajay Kumar, Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh
40-47
8 Assessment of Phytodiversity of A Grassland Community of Mayurbhanj District in Odisha, India
Kamal L. Barik, D. Nandi, Baripada, Odisha & S.K. Bhanja, Udala, Odisha
48-52
9 Status of Water Demand and Supply of Meerut District
Krishna Sharma & H.P Bhatt, Srinagar, Uttarakhand
53-57
10 Role of Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994 in Arresting the Declining Sex Ratio in the Country
Rakshinda Jeelani Wani, Jammu, J& K
58-63
11 How Safe are Women Today? Crimes against Women in India
Sangita Laha, Lucknow
64-71
12 Softly Z* Normal Spaces
Nidhi Sharma, Greater Noida & Neeraj Kumar Tomar, Khurja
72-74
13 War and Depression: A Comparative Study
Sarthak Roy Chowdhury, Kolkata
75-80
14 Study of Teacher’s Social Intelligence in Relation to Gender, Location and Marital Status
Chandra Shekhar , Jammu-Tawi, J & K & Priya Choudhary, Udhampur, J & K
81-84
15 Dimensions of Parental Behavior with Reference to Adolescent Girls
Switymala Deka, Guwahati, Assam & Mala Chaliha Talukdar, Dibrugarh, Assam
85-89
16 A Comparative Study of Satisfaction with Life, Social Support and General Health of Rural and Urban Women
Manju Mishra, Khalilabad, Uttar Pradesh
90-94
17 Psychological Well-Being and Social Intelligence among Advocate and Doctor
Amit Kumar B. Parmar & Yogesh A. Jogsan, Rajkot, Gujarat
95-98
18 A Study on Facilities of E-Resources of Nehru Library IGKV, Raipur
Madhuri Gautam, Rajnandgaon
99-104
19 Social Wellbeing among Ageing Adults: Gender and Ethnicity
Titiksha Sharma & Shubha Dube, Jaipur
105-110
20 Impact of Organizational Support on Mental Health of Ageing Adults
Pooja Sharma & Shubha Dube, Jaipur
111-113
21 A Study of Relationship between Reading Comprehension Ability and Academic Achievement of Secondary School Students
Shanu Singh,Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
114-120
22 Fast Food Consumption among Adolescent Girls (16-18 Years) of Rohtak District, Haryana
Princy Katyal, Pacheri Bari, Rajasthan & Shashi Kala Yadav, Hisar
121-124
23 Forest Satyagraha in Chhattisgarh: An Unique Feature of Gandhian Movement
Pankaj Singh, Sagar, M.P.
125-130
24 A Study of Self-Esteem and Academic Achievement Relationship of Secondary School Students
Rajeshkumar I. Bhatt, Anand, Gujarat
131-133
25 Multiple Intelligence and Learning Styles – A Correlational Study
Surbhi Agarwal & Suraksha , Meerut
134-138
26 The Depiction of India in Neelum Saran Gour’s Invisible Ink and Rohinton Mistry’s A Fine Balance: A Critique
Ram Lalit, Meghalaya
139-144
27 cLrh uxj dh LokLF; lsokvksa dk nwj laosnu rduhd ,oa HkkSxksfyd lwpuk ra= (th0 ,l0 vkbZ0 ij vk/kkfjr HkkSxksfyd fo'ys"k.k
vuqiek f=ikBh] xksj[kiqj
145-149
28 Hkkjr esa fu;kstu dk 'kks/kijd v/;;u
/kesZUnz dqekj [kVhd] t;iqj
150-154
29 ubZ vUrjkZ"Vªh; vFkZO;oLFkk esa Hkkjr dh Hkwfedk
lqykspuk] chdkusj
155-159
30 lkekftd lqj{kk ;kstukvksa ls izkIr ykHkksa dk rqyukRed v/;;u] tcyiqj ftys ds dsUnz rFkk jkT; 'kklu ds deZpkfj;ksa ds fo'ks"k lanHkZ esa
liuk pkoyk ,oa 'kkfgnk ckuks valkjh] tcyiqj] e-iz-
160-164
31 Hkkjrh; ifjos'k esa QzsMfjd Qzkscsy ds 'kSf{kd fopkjksa dh izklafxdrk
fot; y{eh feJ] xksj[kiqj
165-170