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  Paper Title: A STUDY OF GENDER DIFFERENCE IN MENTAL TOUGHNESS AMONG TRIBAL SPORTSPERSON OF CHHATTISGARH IN INDIA

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  Title: A STUDY OF GENDER DIFFERENCE IN MENTAL TOUGHNESS AMONG TRIBAL SPORTSPERSON OF CHHATTISGARH IN INDIA

  Author Name(s): Rawte B. R, Venugopal R.

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 946-951

 Year: May-2020

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Performance psychology lay tremendous emphasis on mental toughness. In sports psychology mental toughness techniques are used for peak performance and achieving better results in sports. The term is coined by Loehr and discussed it in a book entitled "The Only Way to Win". Although both men and women actively take part in sports, research on mental toughness of sportsperson on the basis of gender is not vast and the results on role of gender in determining mental toughness are not consistent. The present study belongs to tribal community of Chhattisgarh in which it is aimed to compare mental toughness of tribal male and tribal female sportsperson of Chhattisgarh. The study comprise of 40 tribal national male sportsperson and 40 tribal female national sportsperson. The psychological tool to assess the mental toughness was questionnaire prepared by Tiwari (2007). Independent sample 't' test gives clear indication that mental toughness and and its sub-scale vary among tribal sportsperson on the basis of gender. It was observed that tribal male sportsperson are mentally more strong as compared to tribal female sportsperson of Chhattisgarh. The results are discussed in the light of biological difference and socialization theories and conclusions were drawn accordingly.


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  Paper Title: BASIC CONCEPT OF YOGA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2005552
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  Title: BASIC CONCEPT OF YOGA

  Author Name(s): Shashidhara

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4125-4130

 Year: May 2020

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ABSTRACT This paper presents an overview of yoga as a process based on its full scope encompassing body, mind and spirit. Hopefully, this article will not only lead to answers for the questions raised above, but also inspire readers to go further into yoga. It is the aim of this paper to show that yoga is essential for all human beings for development in physical, mental and spiritual domains that brings fulfillment in life. It is well known in today�s world that among the many popularly known universal ideas which originate from Hinduism or Sanatana Dharma, Yoga and Meditation are foremost. Meditation however, is part of Yoga. So, let us focus on Yoga first. Millions of people around the world are into yoga in some form or the other. Therefore, it is important that we not only have a good knowledge of yoga, but also practice it.


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  Paper Title: ROLE OF THE COOPERATIVE BANKS IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF ODISHA

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  DOI Member: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2005551
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  Title: ROLE OF THE COOPERATIVE BANKS IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF ODISHA

  Author Name(s): KAUSHALYA KISAN, DR. SHYAMA CHARAN ACHARYA

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4109-4124

 Year: May 2020

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The Economy of India is rural in character and is basically concerned with agriculture and allied activities. The allied activities include animal husbandry, fisheries, apiculture, sericulture, floriculture etc. There are also a section of the rural population such as; small and self-employed businessmen, small and marginal farmers, agricultural labourers & rural artisans pursuing occupations as potters, blacksmiths, cobblers, weavers, barbers etc. by way of inheritance & who are engaged in seasonal farming. This is due to the fact that neither their basic occupation nor agriculture provides round-the-year employment to many of them for sustaining their livelihood. These people are the pillars of rural economy. On account of the division among the people engaged in these limited means of earnings, unfair rivalry and dependence on village money lenders for urgent and immediate financial accommodation have seriously jeopardised the working and the socio economic life of each categories of community. Therefore neither agriculture nor the economy developed. Agriculture is the foundation on which the entire superstructure of the growth of the industrial and other sectors of the economy stands. Because of the local feel,, familiarity and the wide-spread existence of the co-operative societies at the grass-root level, they can play a very crucial role in implementing the various government sponsored schemes for the sustainable development of the weaker sections of the society in the rural and urban areas as well. The Co-operative societies have the potential to become the participatory institutions and at the institutional route for the development of the rural sector and hence the economy as a whole. Against the back drop, this paper seeks to assess the role of the co-operative organisations, specifically the co-operative banks, in the socio-economic development process of Odisha.


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  Paper Title: VOICEPRINT RECOGNITION USING UNSUPERVISED STATISTICAL CLASSIFIER

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  Title: VOICEPRINT RECOGNITION USING UNSUPERVISED STATISTICAL CLASSIFIER

  Author Name(s): Sharan raju. K, Sakthi anand. M, Sriram. M

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4107-4108

 Year: May 2020

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Speech is a basic form of communication between humanbeings.Speechrecognitionisaprocesstoconvertspeechsoundto corresponding text. Speech recognition technology has been developed to a large extent in the last few years. But still there exist many important research challenges e.g. speaker and language variability, environmental noise and the vocabulary size etc. The objective of this paper is to present a complete perspective on speech recognition describing various processes and summarizing various methods used in a typical speech system.


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  Paper Title: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON LOYALTY TOWARDS THE COSMETIC PRODUCTS AMONG WOMEN IN CHENNAI

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  Title: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON LOYALTY TOWARDS THE COSMETIC PRODUCTS AMONG WOMEN IN CHENNAI

  Author Name(s): R. Kavibharathi, Dr. P R Jayasree

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4099-4106

 Year: May 2020

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This paper explores the trust and loyalty towards the cosmetic products in the market among women in Chennai. The sample selection was done by convenient sampling methods. The study was conducted in Chennai with the sample of 200 women in all ages and walks of life. The study is aimed to find out the influence of branded cosmetic products available in the market nowadays, the level of satisfaction towards the cosmetic products among women, to study the relationship between cosmetic use and the psychological effects on women. The results show that the women�s level of loyalty differed with age and economic status. Cosmetic products are substances used to augment one�s appearance and texture of the body and face.


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  Paper Title: A REVIEW ON ENERGY ANALYSIS OF SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS

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  Title: A REVIEW ON ENERGY ANALYSIS OF SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS

  Author Name(s): B.Bharath kumar, D.Santhosh Kumar , T.Shahinsha, N Sudheer Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4093-4098

 Year: May 2020

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Solar photovoltaic systems energy is currently growing fast around the world. The increasing of installed area of solar energy production around the world gives us an unlimited potential energy source available from sun. In our daily life thermal energy and solar light can provide sufficient electricity. Adding to this one photovoltaics, concentrationphotovoltaic, concentrationphotovoltaic, photovoltaic / thermal and solar electric have been developing for energy conversion. The main aim of the present study is to make review on exergy analysis and their assessment related to performance of a wide range of solar photovoltaic systems. Exergy is used to asses and improve energy systems. After that the studied systems are exergetically analysed and evaluated solar energy production includes solar photo voltaics (PV�s) and hybrid (PV/Twater or PV/Tair) solar collectors. The concentrated solar power systems with Nano fluid and PCM studies are exhibited. The advantage and disadvantages of these all the systems are presented.


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  Paper Title: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON PENDEMIC COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DISEASE

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  Title: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON PENDEMIC COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS DISEASE

  Author Name(s): Vivek Murani, Ankur Murani, Maitrik Kapupara, Dr.Kuldeep Sharma, Archit Dave

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4087-4092

 Year: May 2020

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There is a new public health crises threatening the globe with the emergence and unfold of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) or the severe acute metabolism syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). The virus originated in loco and was transmitted to humans through however unknown intercessor animals in wuhan, Hubei province, China in December 2019. Coronaviruses are a group of swallowed viruses with nonsegmented, fibre, and positive-sense RNA genomes. aside from infecting a spread of economically vital vertebrates (such as pigs and chickens), six coronaviruses are known to infect human hosts and cause metabolism diseases.The symptoms are typically fever, cough, pharyngitis, SOB, fatigue, malaise among others. The malady is mild in most people; in some (usually the aged and people with comorbidities), it should reach respiratory disease, acute metabolism distress syndrome (ARDS) and multi organ disfunction. . Human coronavirus (HCoV) infection causes metabolism diseases with delicate to severe outcomes. in the last fifteen years, we've witnessed the emergence of 2 animal disease, extremely infective HCoVs: severe acute metabolism syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) and Middle East metabolism syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV).The case morbidity is calculable to vary from a pair of to 3. Identification is by demonstration of the virus in metabolism secretions by special molecular tests. Common laboratory findings include normal/ low white blood cell counts with elevated C-reactive protein (CRP). The computerized tomographic chest scan is sometimes abnormal even in those with no symptoms or gentle malady. Treatment is essentially supportive; role of antiviral agents is nevertheless to be established. . prevention entails home isolation of suspected cases and those with mild illnesses and strict infection management measures at hospitals that embrace contact and drop precautions. In this review all (as about possible) info concerning Corona viruses square measure given.


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  Paper Title: A POST COLONIAL READING OF MOUNTBATTEN & THE PARTITION OF INDIA BY LARRY COLLINS AND DOMINIQUE LAPIERRE

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  Title: A POST COLONIAL READING OF MOUNTBATTEN & THE PARTITION OF INDIA BY LARRY COLLINS AND DOMINIQUE LAPIERRE

  Author Name(s): Amar Nath Kumar

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4079-4086

 Year: May 2020

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The country was partitioned in the year 1947 and two separate states India and Pakistan were formed. Lord Mountbatten was the viceroy of India when the transfer happened from the two hundred year long British rule to the people of the sub continent. It was a watershed moment in the life of the two nations, but at the same time it was as painful as creating two babies out of a single womb. Though not a single reason but multiple factors were responsible for this partition, yet the whole orchestra could be seen from a post- colonial perspective, and how the forces could be mapped on the basis of the post- colonial theories. This paper is an attempt to look into the role played by the Viceroy along with his troop of bureaucrats and ministers, who very well played the part of the colonizers and on the other side were the people of this country who were neo- anglicized, equipped with the language of their masters and had acquired a hybridized culture from the British.


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  Paper Title: EVALUATING THE COPING STRATEGIES OF CAREGIVERS AMONG PATIENTS OF DEMENTIA

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  Title: EVALUATING THE COPING STRATEGIES OF CAREGIVERS AMONG PATIENTS OF DEMENTIA

  Author Name(s): Tripti Singh, Dr Kamayani Mathur

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4065-4078

 Year: May 2020

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  Paper Title: STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS ON CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM IN HIGHER INSTITUTION. THE CASE OF DIRE DAWA UNIVERSITY, ETHIOPIA

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  Title: STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS ON CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM IN HIGHER INSTITUTION. THE CASE OF DIRE DAWA UNIVERSITY, ETHIOPIA

  Author Name(s): Dereje Tafesse, Mulugeta W/Michael, Tesfaye Wasihun, Amensis Gudeta

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 Volume: 8

 Issue: 5

 Pages: 4056-4064

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