Volume 4 Issue 1

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1.SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND AGRONOMICAL CONSTRAINTS OF JHUMIAS IN SHIFTING CULTIVATIONBinoy Tripura and Prof. Sagar Mondal 1-7http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/socio-economic-agronomical-constraints-jhumias-shifting-cultivation/
2. Self- Discovery through Nature in Marilynne Robinson’s novel Housekeeping Shagun Singh7-13http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/self-discovery-nature-marilynne-robinsons-novel-housekeeping/
3.PARTICIPATION OF ASSAMESE WOMEN IN THE QUIT INDIA MOVEMENT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE WOMEN OF DARRANG DISTRICTNavajit Saikia14-22http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/participation-assamese-women-quit-india-movement-special-reference-women-darrang-district/
4.SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS OF RURAL WOMEN AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT: A SOCIOLOGICAL STUDYEkta Rathore23-45http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/socio-economic-status-rural-women-contribution-rural-development-sociological-study/
5.RECENT CHANGING PATTERNS OF MIGRATION AND SPATIAL PATTERNS OF URBANIZATION IN WEST BENGAL: A DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSISRaju Sarkar46-56http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/recent-changing-patterns-migration-spatial-patterns-urbanization-west-bengal-demographic-analysis/
6.EFFECT OF AWARENESS AS RELATED TO ACQUISITION OF CONCEPTS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SCIENCEBaljinder Kaur Sandhu57-61http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/effect-awareness-related-acquisition-concepts-high-school-students-science/
7.SYNCRETISM: MEANS TO OVERCOME THE BUDDHIST MENTALITY OF SECTARIANISMSonam Lamo62-71http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/syncretism-means-overcome-buddhist-mentality-sectarianism/
8.TIBETAN LANGUAGE AND ITS DEVELOPMENTEshey Namgial72-85http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/tibetan-language-development/
9.SHOULD LABOUR STANDARDS BE FRAMED AS HUMAN RIGHTS?
GAURAB SEN86-102http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/labour-standards-framed-human-rights/
10.WOMEN IN INTERRELIGIOUS MARRIAGES – A CASE STUDY IN KERALASHANI S S103-116http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/women-interreligious-marriages-case-study-kerala/
11.ROLE AND FUNCTIONS OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRACYKaramala Areesh Kumar117-134http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/role-functions-political-parties-democracy/
12.Critical Analysis ofMandatory Death Penalty under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989NirajMeen and Pankaj Meena135-142http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/critical-analysis-mandatory-death-penalty-scheduled-castes-scheduled-tribes-prevention-atrocities-act-1989/
13.U.S -INDIA GREEN PARTNERSHIP: A REVIEW OF BILATERAL COOPERATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND CLEAN ENERGYJesmine Ahmed143-149http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/u-s-india-green-partnership-review-bilateral-cooperation-climate-change-clean-energy/
14.STUDY OF EVOLUTION OF CONSUMERISM IN INDIA WITH REFERENCE TO THE CONSUMER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FROM SOCIO-LEGAL AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVEDR. ASHU VYAS-MAHARSHI and MR. ANIRUDDHA VITHAL BABAR 150-163http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/study-evolution-consumerism-india-reference-consumer-rights-responsibilities-socio-legal-historical-perspective/
15.SOCIO-LEGAL PERUSAL OF ATROCITIES AGAINST WOMENDR. MD. JUNAID164-175http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/socio-legal-perusal-atrocities-women/
16.THEORIZING THE GORKHALAND MOVEMENT: INTERPRETING ITS NATURE AND ISSUES FROM BASIC HUMAN NEEDS THEORYKomal Kaushik Baral176-193http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/theorizing-gorkhaland-movement-interpreting-nature-issues-basic-human-needs-theory/
17.WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND INDIAN ECONOMYSiddika Banu194-203http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/women-empowerment-indian-economy/
18.CYBERSPACE : A PARADISE FOR PAEDOPHILESAnwesha Panigrahi and Konina Mandal204-222http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/cyberspace-paradise-paedophiles/
19. ROLE OF CASTE IN INDIAN POLITICSShreyasi Ghosh223-231http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/role-caste-indian-politics/
20.MEDICAL SERVICES AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
ROMANA ASMAT AND MISS SIDRA MEHBOOB
232-244http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/medical-services-consumer-protection-act/
21.FEASIBILITY OF INDIA’S TRADE WITH SOUTH ASIA ASSOCIATION FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION (SAARC)Sadhna245-253http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-1/feasibility-indias-trade-south-asia-association-regional-cooperation-saarc/