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‘Voice of the Voiceless’ in Mulk Raj Anand with special reference to ‘Untouchable’ and ‘Two Leaves and a Bud’ ?>

‘Voice of the Voiceless’ in Mulk Raj Anand with special reference to ‘Untouchable’ and ‘Two Leaves and a Bud’

Abdul Jubbar Abstract: The superfluous and malice behavior summoned out to the untouchables in India has been an issue of enormous concern. They have been undergoing the inexorable humiliation at the hands of the so called higher classes of Indian society. Concurrence of political independence has not improved their social status. Untouchables, referred as scheduled caste have been assigned the name “Harijan” by the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. Now-a-days these groups refer to themselves as Dalits which means…

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Ethnic Violence in Assam: Its Solutions ?>

Ethnic Violence in Assam: Its Solutions

Dr. Faraz Ali Ahmed Abstract: Assam is a land of multi-ethnic, multi-linguistic and multi-religious society. A large number of ethnic and linguistic groups, the population composition and the peopling process in the state have led to it being called “India in miniature” .Many scholars consider it to be the melting pot of diverse races, castes, religions,  languages and culture. But diverse ethnic groups try to assert their own unique identities and this results in inter-group conflicts. Ethnic conflict is a…

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A Comparative Study of Academic Climate of Private and Provincialised Schools of Dhubri District, Assam ?>

A Comparative Study of Academic Climate of Private and Provincialised Schools of Dhubri District, Assam

Hasanur Rahman – Abstract: The present study was undertaken to identify the academic climate of private and provincialised secondary schools of Dhubri district, Assam. For that purpose 100 students of class X were selected randomly from 10 different schools out of which 50 were taken from private schools and remaining 50 were taken from provincialised schools. Academic Climate Description Questionnaire (ACDQ) developed by Shah, M.L and Shah, A was employed to collect data for the study. Results indicate that both…

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Higher Education under KKHSOU Study Centres: A Study on Dibrugarh Town, Dibrugarh, Assam ?>

Higher Education under KKHSOU Study Centres: A Study on Dibrugarh Town, Dibrugarh, Assam

Dr. Manashi Gogoi Borgohain –   Abstract: Higher education is the topmost stage of formal education and more importantly, it is concerned with the processes in the more advanced phases of human learning. Higher education is meant for the most superior part of the influential impact on development. Higher education empowers the individual with necessary skills and competence for actuating important personal and social goals and thereby contributing to the social development and a means for achieving wider social privation….

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المقالات في اللغة العربية ?>

المقالات في اللغة العربية

سيــــــبويه حيــــاته وأعمـــــاله الـــدكــتـور. محـمـد نـــوشــــاد عــالم مساهمات مصطفى لطفي المنفلوطي في اللغلة العربية والأدب العربي الحديث محمد جليل الرحمن شيخ الشعر العربي في الهند: نشأته وتطوره محمد مبشر أحسن أحمد ذكي أبو شادي من رواد المدرسة الرومانسية في الشعر العربي المعاصر دكتور معراج أحمد معراج الندوي

Editorial ?>

Editorial

Click here to download PDF of this Editorial This is transformation to the core. Things are changing thick and fast in every sphere of human knowledge. Life to literature, savagery to science, knowledge to ignorance, nostalgia to amnesia, everywhere there are splits and fissures. Life giving force has been taking away the very vitality of life in the name of happiness and progress. All these things are amply reflected in the pages of newspapers and screens of electronic gadgets every…

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Indian English Drama and Mahesh Dattani ?>

Indian English Drama and Mahesh Dattani

Click here to download pdf of this research article Elias Uddin Khalifa – Abstract: Indian Drama in English began its run with the start of Indian Writing in English. It is a matter of fact that the number of plays written in English is fewer than that of poetry and novel due to limited audience. The Indian English drama flourished during the pre-independence era. In India drama in English became visible with the establishment of three presidencies by the colonizers in…

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