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Volume 9 | Issue 2 | February-2021

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  Paper Title: Comparative Study of Family Environment of Female School Teachers Working in Public and Private Sector

  Author Name(s): Himanshi Panwar, Dr. Depika Jain, Prof. A. K. Malik

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102659

  Register Paper ID - 245013

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  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FAMILY ENVIRONMENT OF FEMALE SCHOOL TEACHERS WORKING IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5429-5439

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 106

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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The present study is an attempt to check the impact of demographic factors like type of school, income and family type on family environment of female school teachers. The population for this research was the female school teachers working in public and private sector schools. The research work presents the status of female school teacher's working in public and private sector in Udaipur, Jaipur and Jodhpur. The well documented model was used as conceptual framework for understanding the theoretical background of the study. The measuring instrument in this research was Family Environment Scale modified by Professor Mohan Chandra Joshi and Dr. Om Prakash R Vyas (1987). The tool used to gage the situation was structured and well tested in academics. To achieve the objectives primary research was conducted constituting 378 respondents from the desired area and snowball technique was used to collect the data.


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Family Environment, School Teachers, Teachers, Educators, Female.

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  Paper Title: Impact of COVID-19 on Indian dairy industry- An Overview

  Author Name(s): Dr. Simmi Choyal

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102658

  Register Paper ID - 239831

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102658 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, 302017 , Jaipur, 302017 , | Research Area: Commerce All

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  Title: IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON INDIAN DAIRY INDUSTRY- AN OVERVIEW

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Commerce All

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5426-5428

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 170

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the Indian dairy industry. A study conducted on the impact of COVID-19 on the industry found that the lockdown imposed to contain the spread of the virus had a severe impact on the dairy sector. The industry faced several challenges, including a decrease in demand, supply chain disruptions, and a shortage of labour. The study found that the decrease in demand was due to the closure of hotels, restaurants, and other food service outlets. This resulted in a surplus of milk, which led to a drop in prices. Furthermore, the lockdowns led to supply chain disruptions, which made it challenging to transport milk and dairy products from one place to another. The shortage of labour was another significant challenge faced by the industry. With the migration of laborers to their native places, many dairy farms and processing units were left without adequate staff. The study also found that the pandemic led to changes in consumer behaviour, with consumers preferring packaged milk over loose milk due to hygiene concerns. This has led to an increase in the demand for packaged milk, but it has also resulted in higher packaging costs for the industry. Despite the challenges faced by the industry, the study found that the Indian dairy industry has shown resilience and adaptability. Many dairy farmers have adopted new technologies and methods to increase efficiency and reduce costs. The study highlights the need for the industry to continue to innovate and adapt to the changing circumstances to ensure its long-term sustainability.


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Indian dairy industry, COVID-19, pandemic, lockdown, supply chain disruptions, milk production, milk processing, milk prices, demand for dairy products, export market, government policies, rural economy, small-scale farmers, cooperative societies, digital platforms, e-commerce, innovation, resilience, distribution channels, export market, farmer distress, animal feed, Government support, online sales, consumer behaviour.

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  Paper Title: CENTRE- STATE RELATIONSHIP: INTER-STATE MIGRANT ISSUE

  Author Name(s): NANDA RAY BHATT

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102657

  Register Paper ID - 229840

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102657 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: CENTRE- STATE RELATIONSHIP: INTER-STATE MIGRANT ISSUE

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5418-5425

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 211

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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India is a country of villages and small town as 68.9 per cent of the population lives in 6.40 lakhs villages. At the same time, 450 million i.e. 37% of the population are internal migrants as per 2011 census. In developing country like India, migration mostly take place not due to pull forces as usually seen in case of developed countries, but because of factors like poverty, unemployment and natural calamities. Migration is not choice but it is necessary, so it becomes essential for the destined state to accommodate migrant workers when these persons need it. Uttar Pradesh and Bihar account for the highest outflow of migration. These migrant workers have played a key role in the development of the nation by sheer sweat of their labour but these very nation builders sought a little assistance from the country in their quest to reach their humble abodes. In India internal migration has never been taken seriously by the central and state government. Migrant workers have no residential security and are compelled to live and work in crowded slums and unauthorized public lands with unsatisfactory civic amenities and access to basic services, and they undergo repeated displacement. For the first time, COVID -19 crises unfolded the real face of centre-state relationship and brought migration to the centre stage. Though government has taken cognisance of the issue and announced financial measures to contain the impact on the migrant workers but there is an urgent need to review of national legal, regulatory and institutional concerns in resettlement and rehabilitation of migrant labourers. Time has come when both centre and state government need to prioritize the internal migrant issues. In order to deal with internal migrant issue, centre is required to decentralise political and economic power to state with greater decision making capacity.


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Migration, poverty, unemployment, workers

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  Paper Title: COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND PROTECTION OF RIGHT TO EDUCATION OF GIRL CHILD IN INDIA; A LEGAL ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Yogendra Nath Tripathi ?, Dr. Rashida Ather

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102656

  Register Paper ID - 229079

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  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND PROTECTION OF RIGHT TO EDUCATION OF GIRL CHILD IN INDIA; A LEGAL ANALYSIS

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5409-5417

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 249

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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covid 19, Child Rights, Gender based inequalities, Gender based violence, etc.

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  Paper Title: CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS USE OF AYURVEDIC PRODUCTS :

  Author Name(s): Dr.Mukesh Kumar Verma, Ms.Priyanka

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102655

  Register Paper ID - 203522

  Publisher Journal Name: IJPUBLICATION, IJCRT

  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102655 and DOI :

  Author Country : N, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS USE OF AYURVEDIC PRODUCTS :

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: N

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5395-5408

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 1542

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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Consumer is considered as king of the market. And in present scenario focus is on studying consumer behaviour. Consumer plays a distinct and vital role, he is considered as payer, user and buyer. In order to study the buying behaviour of the consumer, some important factors are taken in to consideration. In this research paper focus is done on development of strategies related to consumer buying behaviour. The objective of the research is to analyse the Patterns that influence the purchasing behaviour of the consumers regarding herbal and non-herbal cosmetic products. The research is descriptive in nature. The researcher has chosen quantitative data collection method and secondary method in order to conduct the research. Herbal products have a great influence over non-herbal products because people nowadays prefer herbal products as compared to non-herbal products. It is because in the recent times it has been observed that there has been an exponential growth of herbal skin care products in the market replacing the non-herbal products. The prime limitation of the study was timescale and budget. This study is conducted via secondary analysis, it is compulsory for the researcher to develop proper questionnaires and select appropriate options for questions.


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purchasing behaviour, consumers, herbal and non-herbal cosmetic products, consumer behaviour, cosmetic industry.

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  Paper Title: GLOBAL IMPACT OF E-LEARNING DURING COVID-19

  Author Name(s): Dr.jyoti shah

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102654

  Register Paper ID - 219428

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102654 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: GLOBAL IMPACT OF E-LEARNING DURING COVID-19

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5392-5394

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 480

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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GLOBAL IMPACT OF E-LEARNING DURING COVID-19


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  Paper Title: ADAPTIVE INTEGRATED STEERING FRAMEWORK FOR SIMULATION AND VISUALIZATION OF CYCLONE TRACKING ACROSS DIFFERENT APPLICATION CONFIGURATIONS

  Author Name(s): B Rebecca, Dr. Pankaj Kawadkar

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102653

  Register Paper ID - 217542

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  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102653 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: ADAPTIVE INTEGRATED STEERING FRAMEWORK FOR SIMULATION AND VISUALIZATION OF CYCLONE TRACKING ACROSS DIFFERENT APPLICATION CONFIGURATIONS

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5378-5391

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 492

  E-ISSN Number: 2320-2882

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Visualization is necessary for further data processing and to assist scientists in comprehending the enormous amount of data generated. Large-scale simulations for essential meteorological applications such as cyclone tracking and earthquake modelling necessitate simultaneous online/"on-the-fly" visualization. Online visualization allows scientists to provide real-time feedback to the simulations, allowing them to better tailor the output to the scientific demands. The main aim of this study is to discuss the adaptive integrated steering framework for simulation and visualization of applications like cyclone tracking across various resource configurations.We developed InSt, an integrated user-driven and automated steering framework for simulations, online remote viewing, and analysis for crucial weather applications, in this research. InSt gives the user control over a variety of application parameters, including the region of interest, simulation resolution, and data visualization frequency. Unlike previous efforts, our framework considers both the steering inputs and the application's criticality, namely the application's minimum progress rate, as well as various resource constraints such as storage space and network bandwidth, to determine the best possible parameter values for simulations and visualization.


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Steering, critical weather application, remote visualization, adaptation, parallel simulation etc.

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  Paper Title: UPAMANYU CHATTERJEE`S Fairy Tales At Fifty : A TALE OF CRIME AND CRUELTY

  Author Name(s): Sangeeta, Dr. Pragya Srivastava

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102652

  Register Paper ID - 212056

  Publisher Journal Name: IJPUBLICATION, IJCRT

  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102652 and DOI : http://doi.one/10.1729/Journal.28331

  Author Country : N, India, 226016 , Lucknow, , 226016 , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: UPAMANYU CHATTERJEE`S FAIRY TALES AT FIFTY : A TALE OF CRIME AND CRUELTY

 DOI (Digital Object Identifier) : http://doi.one/10.1729/Journal.28331

 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: N

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5372-5377

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 1079

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Bitterness, Crime, Folktales, Mentality, Sinful and Smuggling.

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  Paper Title: BRUTAL SUPPRESSION IN RAJARAO`S KANTHAPURA

  Author Name(s): RAJASHEKHAR. M.YARBAGI

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102651

  Register Paper ID - 210157

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  Author Country : N, India, - , -, - , | Research Area: Science and Technology

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  Title: BRUTAL SUPPRESSION IN RAJARAO`S KANTHAPURA

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 Pubished in Volume: 9  | Issue: 2  | Year: February 2021

 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Science and Technology

 Author type: N

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5369-5371

 Year: February 2021

 Downloads: 1472

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Sathyagrahis, pariah, coolies, bhajans, lathis, procession, Non-violence, truth

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  Paper Title: IMPLEMENTATION OF ELEMENTARY PRE-SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME: A CASE ANALYSIS

  Author Name(s): Kulamani Sahoo

  Published Paper ID: - IJCRT2102650

  Register Paper ID - 205628

  Publisher Journal Name: IJPUBLICATION, IJCRT

  DOI Member ID: 10.6084/m9.doi.one.IJCRT2102650 and DOI :

  Author Country : Indian Author, India, 754082 , JAJPUR TOWN, 754082 , | Research Area: Medical Science All

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  Title: IMPLEMENTATION OF ELEMENTARY PRE-SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME: A CASE ANALYSIS

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 Publisher Name : IJCRT | www.ijcrt.org | ISSN : 2320-2882

 Subject Area: Medical Science All

 Author type: Indian Author

 Pubished in Volume: 9

 Issue: 2

 Pages: 5363-5368

 Year: February-2021

 Downloads: 1762

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This piece of work highlights on the implementation of Elementary pre-service teacher education programme running in one District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) offering Diploma in Elementary Education programme. The study was undertaken following case study approach to assess the implementation of Pre-service programme. The findings of study reveals that the curriculum for pre-service elementary teacher education programme is in consonance with school curriculum, the infrastructural facilities available in the institution are not adequate and appropriate, Discussion method, activity based learning, assignment method, project methods were used for curricular transaction, teacher educators posted in the institution are well qualified, and the enrolled pupil teachers are of good quality. However, books in the library are the only source of learning and summative evaluation is followed for assessing the performance of prospective teachers.


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