Volume 7 - Issue 2(1) - 2020

Author(s): Shokouh Torkian Velashani,Reza Parvizi , Seyed Bagher Hosseini andAmir Reza Karimi Azeri

Abstract: Nowadays human is searching for fields with special identities in rush of the cities, to achieve comfort and interact with fellowmen and final perfection with respect to social dynamism. In recent decades increasing the rate of urbanization has placed contemporary cities against new challenges such as social isolation and decreasing life quality. The amount of success of urban spaces is related to the amount of those spaces’ usage and people’s presence. In fact, architecture and urbanism should reach for increasing social interaction and correlation instead of separation. Social interaction is one of human’s basic requirements. The aim of this study is to find some of effective physical factors in increasing social interaction in art and cultural complexes. The research methodology was descriptive – traversal and research’s tool was questionnaire and analyzed data by SPSS software so effects of all these factors on social interaction are proved and appropriate lighting has the most effect.

Author(s): B. Naga Padmavathy

Abstract: During the period of non-cooperation movement Maganti Annapooma Devi toured the villages of Bhimavaram, Peda Amiram, Kopalle, China Amiram, Pentapadu, etc. She was the first woman who dared to speak in the public requesting the people to extend their support to the non-cooperation movement, at a time their motherland needed their services most. She asked the women to participate in the freedom movement as it would encourage men to enthusiastically participate in the freedom movement in right earnest. Her speeches, delivered in a sweet tone and chaste diction, cheered and impressed all

Author(s): K.V.S.Maheswara Rao

Abstract: 'Soft skills' is a term which often associated with a person's Interpersonal development, communication, language, managing people, leadership etc., that characterize relationships with other people. Soft skills play a vital role in a successful career as well as during social interactions in the society. The main purpose of this study was to investigate students’ perceptions of the importance of soft skills for their education. It was found that a majority of the respondents felt that soft skills were useful for social interaction as well as for career. However, they did not think that these skills contribute considerably to their academic performance. The important soft skills identified to the students were: teamwork and collaboration, decision-making, problem-solving, time management and critical thinking skills. Along with these skill Enthusiasm, Ambition, Goals, Talents, Attendance, Preparation, Interpersonal and Positive Thinking Skills.. This paper suggests certain measures for improving soft skills of students which help to improve their education in the class room

Author(s): B.S. Sagar

Abstract: Human communication is the process by which thoughts and feelings of one person are conveyed to others with the help of verbal and non-verbal symbols. This process also involves giving and receiving information, persuading others and improving human relationships. In spite of many technologically advanced tools used in communication, language remains the most important element in the process of communication. Communication has been in existence since pre-historic times, as it is a basic human need. As the skills of writing developed, the use of signs and symbols to transmit messages also developed and later, these were replaced with words that led to written script

Author(s): P. Venkata Sudhakar

Abstract: Skills are very essential in the present job market throughout the world. When we wish to join in a sound job we must have sound skills. All the top CEOs of the best companies have the top skills. In the past there were many jobs which were given priority to physical skills. Now the situation is different, on par with physical skills the soft skills are given top priority. Basing on the need of the skills related to job, many a higher educational institutions and professional colleges are giving training in skills to all their students.

Author(s): Sumalatha

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Author(s): Mubin.T

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Author(s): Matro NC

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Author(s): Swami B S

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Author(s): D.Krishna Gayatri

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Author(s):Shivananda Kumar. D

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Author(s):Girisha S.K.

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Author(s):GovindaRaju K.M.

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