Volume 7 - Issue 1 - 2020

Author(s): Resurreccion, Rod Carlo D

Abstract: The aim of this study was to identify the core competencies of the advanced beginner nurses working as staff nurses in hospitals in order to create a clinical enhancement program to address the core competency areas in which these nurses lack. Descriptive comparative study was conducted at two government tertiary hospitals in Metro Manila. It was also found that the subjects were rated as “competent” on the area of research. When the core competencies of advanced beginner nurses were compared based on their area of assignment, it was revealed that there is a significant difference in the core competencies of the advanced beginner nurses in two key areas: “Safe and Quality Care” and “Collaboration and Teamwork with patients, their families and significant others”. Study revealed that advanced beginner nurses in surgery wards are more competent than advanced beginner nurses in medicine and pediatric wards in terms of “Safe and Quality Care” and “collaboration and teamwork with patients, their families, and significant others”.

Author(s): C.Ramanaiah

Abstract: In India, religious practice deemed incompatible with liberal governance are often legally curtailed in the name of morality health or public order these secular laws are historically backed by significant orts to reform former practitioners in manner compatible with legitimate religious practice and belief among practitioners of the legally prohibited Devadasi Customs constitutes the starting point for a form of legal procedure that ensure the preservation of the custom event as draws on the idioms of secular state law

Author(s): T. Ramakrishnudu

Abstract: This paper demonstrates the role of ICT to restructure higher education to Outcomes based model and its effective usage to improve quality and accessibility of education. Learning outcomes are skills and abilities acquired shortly after the conclusion of a learning session, which is typically a 14-week semester in Undergraduate Degree Program. Outcomes based education (OBE) focuses on abilities procured by the learners. The implementation of ICT in OBE can effectively accomplish the goals of quality education which is a process that reduces consumption of resources and increases learning outcomes. Quality can be ensured only if institutions can face competition to attract talented students, provide choices and innovate subject combinations.

Author(s): B. Naga Padmavathy

Abstract: A woman is the full circle within her is the power to create, nurture and transform” Diame Marie Child. Despite some basic changes in the status and role of women in the society, the Indian society does not treat its women as well as its men. True there are some striking cases of breaking the glass ceiling. The names of daughter of dust Aruna Roy, EX-IAS, Suchitra Mahajan, Speaker of Loksabha, Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister, Nirmala Sitaraman, Defence Minister, Writer and Activist Arundhati Roy, Environmentalist Medha Patkar, Boxing Champion Mary Kom, Badminton Champion P.V. Sindhu, Business Women Indra Nooyi, Major Kushboo Kanwar, Captain Shika Surabhi and several other names came to mind. But as one swallow does not make a summer, the fact of some women occupying top positions does not make the development process broad-based equitable and inclusive clearly much more needs to be done.

Author(s): Dara Maria Sudha andG. Renuka

Abstract: Quality of Work Life is seen as a set of methods, approaches or technologies for enhancing the work environment and making it more productive and more satisfying. Here, the QWL is more synonymous with such concepts as autonomous work groups, job enrichment, on the design of new plants as integrated social and technical systems. in this paper an attempt is made to measure the perceived quality of work life among teachers working in private engineering colleges in Anadhra Pradesh. To achieve the objectives of the study the data is collected from 500 sample respondents by self-administration of questionnaire. The collected data is analysed using SPSS (21 version) by employing descriptive and inferential statistics. From the results it is indicated high quality of work life is observed among faculty working in engineering educational institution and there is an inverse relationship between quality of work life and turnover intention

Author(s): VVV. Satyavathi

Abstract: There is a good scope for commercial floriculture. The important factors which decide the scope for Commercial Floriculture are soil, climate, labour, transport and market. Almost all big cities are developing very speedily to accommodate this fast growing population, cement concrete, jungle is also developing at the same rate and thus people are now realizing the importance of open space, parks and garden for relaxation, peace of mind, recreation and unpolluted air. Thus, to meet out all these problems bio-aesthetic planning is essential, which runs hand in hand with town planning. In modem life floriculture garden in the country yard is an integral part of the modern life and thus ornamental plants have found a place in home gardening. 

Author(s): Pitta Narsingam

Abstract: Watershed is a basin-like landform defined by highpoints and ridgelines that descend into lower elevations and stream valleys. Watershed development involves conservation, regeneration and judicious utilization of natural resources. It aims to bring about an optimum balance between the demand and use of natural resources so that they remain sustainable over time. Watershed advancement programs are being executed with a wide goal to improve financial states of the asset poor and impeded areas of provincial populace through preservation, recovery and sensible utilization of every regular asset, keeping in perspective on country advancement. Along these lines, this examination surveys the effect of watershed advancement programs on farming creation, yield, trimming design and editing force, domesticated animals populace, milk generation and feed and grain. For this, two regions were chosen from two watershed improvement programs based on greatest finished undertakings and most extreme secured region.

Author(s): Ganga Raju T B

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Author(s): Leela Devi

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Author(s):A. Srinivasa Rao

Abstract: This study conducted in the village Pothunuru in Denduluru mandal and Malkapuram in Eluru rural these villages are located in agriculturally developed District West Godavari. In total households of the village 35 percent of agricultural workers and 35 percent of nonfarm workers households are taken into study. Agricultural workers are treated as agricultural cultivators and labour. Non-farm workers are divided in to traditional nonfarm and modern nonfarm workers. In agricultural and household industry point of view, agricultural workers are higher than household industry workers in both male and female. Primary and secondary data also use to collect the data. This study explains rural people and their occupation diversified their occupations from farm to nonfarm because of some factors like education, caste, gender, age and assets. This study focused on selected households’ of the two villages diversification from farm to non-farm and its reasons. Key words: Education, Gender, Income, Rural non-farm, Occupational diversification

Author(s):Ch.Chalapathi Rao

Abstract: TThe need to empower the Local Bodies to raise their own resources cannot be over emphasized. The Octroi which was the principal sources of tax revenues for the urban local bodies does not exist in many States. It has been replaced by an entry tax or a surcharge on sales tax collected at the State level. While the advantages of centralized collection in terms of efficiency and removal of barriers in the movement of goods are accepted, it is generally agreed that the Local Bodies should be adequately compensated for the loss of this revenue. However, many states complain of lack of buoyancy of the entry tax. Key words: Local Bodies, municipalities, upercessions