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Trend of Environmental Education among Higher Secondary School Students in Chirang District of Assam ?>

Trend of Environmental Education among Higher Secondary School Students in Chirang District of Assam

Dr. Nil Ratan Roy & Chetan Chandra Das Abstract: Environmental Education (EE) is a process in which individuals gain awareness of their environment and acquire knowledge, skills, values, experiences and also the determination, which will enable them to act individually and collectively to solve present and future environmental problems. Environmental education is a complex process, covering not just events, but a string underlying approach to society building as a whole. Hence, for the present study the researcher has adopted descriptive…

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Developmental Strategies of Arabic in Madrassa Education in Assam: A Study ?>

Developmental Strategies of Arabic in Madrassa Education in Assam: A Study

Dr. M. Nurul Amin Sheikh Abstract: This paper contains the development strategy of Arabic in Assam. The Madrassas of formal education have always failed to develop with the qualitative requirement of teaching of Arabic in the state of Assam. Both the Assam govternment aided madrassas and the Qaumi Madrassas do not have sufficient Arabic proficient teaching, learning methods to develop Arabic now being embarked upon. This study traces the attention to the qualitative collaboration and information of teachers-learners and also…

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Role of Education in Promotion and Protection of Human Rights ?>

Role of Education in Promotion and Protection of Human Rights

Mr. Ratan Kumar Barman Abstract: Human rights are those rights one enjoys by virtue of being human. These are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever the place of birth, residence, sex or ethnic origin, color, religion, languages, or any other status may be. Human rights encompassing civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights and freedoms, and based on the notion of personal human dignity and worth, without which one cannot live as human beings. Human rights are the basic…

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Ibn-Tha’lab and his book of Criticism “Qawaid al-Shi’r”: An Analytical Study ?>

Ibn-Tha’lab and his book of Criticism “Qawaid al-Shi’r”: An Analytical Study

Dr. M. Nurul Amin Sheikh Abstract: Abu’l Abbas Ahmed b. Yahya Ibn Tha’lab was a medieval Arabic critic in Arabic literature. He modified the trends of literary criticism and adopted a new trend of philosophy in Arabic literary criticism. His book was the most excellent and advanced among other books, because it highly estimated the aesthetic attitude towards literature and precisely reached the highest point in the new approach of literary criticism. He also noted and discussed the grounds on…

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The Impact of Gandhism on Assamese Novels: With Special Reference to “Jibanor Batot” And “Dawar Aru Nai” ?>

The Impact of Gandhism on Assamese Novels: With Special Reference to “Jibanor Batot” And “Dawar Aru Nai”

Nurul Islam Abstract: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as we call him Gandhiji and the father of the nation, spearheaded the Indian struggle for independence against the British rule in India and had been the greatest political and spiritual leader of modern India. He had a political, economical and social philosophy of life, which together later on has been termed as Gandhism. Gandhi was such an influential personality in Indian society that during his time almost every Indians were influenced by his…

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Emerging Concerns of Women and Work: A Study on Working Women of Dibrugarh Town, Assam ?>

Emerging Concerns of Women and Work: A Study on Working Women of Dibrugarh Town, Assam

Dr.Manashi Gogoi Borgohain Abstract: From ancient time, it is believed that- where women are respected, there Gods delight and where they are not respected there all works and efforts come to naught. There is no hope to raise that family or country where they live in sadness. In Ancient India, women enjoyed the highest position in the society equal with man, when the education of women had made a great progress. But in Mediavel Period, after establishment of Muslim rule,…

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Educational Status of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe People in Assam ?>

Educational Status of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe People in Assam

Dr. Nil Ratan Roy Chetan Chandra Das Abstract: The article 45 of the constitution of India promised to give education to its all citizens irrespective of their caste, class, religion, language, race, region etc. Again, Right to Education Act 2009, represents to give free and compulsory education for children between the age group of 6 to 14 in India under the article 21A of the constitution. But, even after 69 years of Independence of India, it is seen that large…

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Need of Academic Reform in Higher Education: A Study with Reference to Chirang District of Assam ?>

Need of Academic Reform in Higher Education: A Study with Reference to Chirang District of Assam

Priti Prasun Debnath Abstract: Academic activities are the central activities of an area around which other activities should revolve, but unfortunately in our land academics is often held subservient to the political issues making academics a soft casualty. Among the districts in Assam, Chirang invariably finds itself at the bottom of the list in terms of academic performance. Chirang is a new district in Bodoland Territorial Council which was created in 2004. Chirang district is deemed one of the most…

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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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