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International Journal of Applied Social Science-Volume 5 Issue 2 (February, 2018)

International Journal of Applied Social Science                               Vol. 5 (2), February (2018)

UGC Approved Journal

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Content

Research Paper

The usage of internet and e- learning practice among the college students with special reference to Hindusthan College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore 72
K. Jayaraj and V. Nirmal  View
Factors influencing occupational mobility among fishermen –  An empirical study in the context of infrastructural development projects 89
O. Pearly Antony, A.P. Helan and Hareesh N. Ramanathan View
Suicidal thoughts among teenage intermediate students 96
G. Sujatha  View
Quality of life of the people living with Hiv/Aids registered in designated anti retro viral treatment centres in Assam (North East, India) 103
Dhruba Jyoti Borah, Ratan Kumar Kotokey, Pranjyoti Kalita and Dimple Baruah View
Spatial variation in availability of toilets facilities in Rural Haryana 120
Ranvir Singh View
Digital India – A step towards empowerment 125
Rashmi Singh View
Gender gap in literacy in Haryana 133
 Mukesh View
A study on the HRM functions in private and public sector organisations in post acquisitions and disinvestments phases 137 
Amaresh C. Nayak and B.B. Mohanty View
Gender in the management of micro enterprise development:  A study of Uttarakhand State 147
Rashmi Chaudhary View
 
A Case Study  
 
Magnifying Chinese presence in South Asia and the Indian Ocean: Decoding its Consequences for India 153 
Mahfooz Alam View 
User expectations in the context of library profile; A study of some North Indian States 159
Mohd. Sultan Omar and M. Rafat View 
Vision for a green change 169
Rajnish Sharma View 
Sustainable development for mountain region: A study of Uttarakhand State 176 
Ajay Singh Manhas, Pawan Deep Singh and Ajay Kumar Salgotra View 
 
Research Article  
 
Recalcitrance as resistance through differential and de-formed identities in the fiction of Mahasweta Devi 182
Arunabha Bose  View