Volume 4 Issue 5

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1.EMPLOYEES PERCEPTION TOWARDS WORK ENVIRONMENT IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYDr. Ashish Nag1-9http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/employees-perception-towards-work-environment-hospitality-industry/
2.VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN INDIAAbdul Jabbar Haque10-22http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/violation-human-rights-women-india/
3.SHAKESPEARE’s MEASURE FOR MEASURE: A CRITIQUE OF THE HISTORICITY OF FOUCAULT’s DISCIPLINARIAN PENAL MECHANISMTuhin Mukhopadhyay23-30http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/shakespeares-measure-measure-critique-historicity-foucaults-disciplinarian-penal-mechanism/
4.PROPERTIES OF PEARL MILLET: NATIVE AND MODIFIED STARCHM. Aruna and R. Parimalavalli31-48http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/properties-pearl-millet-native-modified-starch/
5.BEHIND THE BARS OF THE BEAUTY MYTH- MARKETED MINDSCAPE- A STUDY THROUGH THE BELL JAR OF SYLVIA PLATHSoundarya K R,Gopalakrishnan K,Dr K Shanthichitra49-55http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/behind-bars-beauty-myth-marketed-mindscape-study-bell-jar-sylvia-plath/
6.PAINTER OF NEO BENGAL SCHOOL ASIT KUMAR HALDER(1890-1964):A BRIEF STUDYSutithi Banerjee Chowdhury56-78http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/painter-neo-bengal-school-asit-kumar-halder1890-1964a-brief-study/
7. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION BETWEEN SYSTEMATIC INVESTMENT PLAN, LUMP SUM INVESTMENT PLAN AND VALUE INVESTMENT PLAN ON THE ABIRLANUVO STOCKSDr.Rashmi Somani,Prof. Pratha Jain and Dr.Sanjay Sharma79-85http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/performance-evaluation-systematic-investment-plan-lump-sum-investment-plan-value-investment-plan-abirlanuvo-stocks/
8.THE TAO OF INDIAN SEXONOMY: A COUNTDOWN FROM SLAVEDOM TO FREEDOMKavya Sanjaya86-95http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/tao-indian-sexonomy-countdown-slavedom-freedom/
9.RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIO –ECONOMIC STATUS AND EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATION AMONG HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT – A STUDY.Sarita Soy96-107http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/relationship-socio-economic-status-educational-aspiration-among-higher-secondary-school-student-study/
10. A TRADITIONAL ART PRACTICE IN THE SATRIYA CULTURE OF ASSAM: A SPECIAL REFERENCE OF THE PAINTINGS OF BHAGAVATA-PURANA, X (ADI-DASAMA) Sri Bikramit Sarkar and
Dr. Rajesh Bhowmik
108-114http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/traditional-art-practice-satriya-culture-assam-special-reference-paintings-bhagavata-purana-x-adi-dasama/
11. GROWTHOF PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN HEALTH SERVICES: A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MIZORAM, INDIADr. LALFAKAWMI115-123http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/growthof-public-investment-health-services-study-special-reference-mizoram-india/
12.MAKING ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING EFFECTUALPapaldeep Gosal124-129http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/making-english-language-learning-effectual/
13.LEGAL STATUS OF WOMEN AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN INDIA : AN ANALYSISDolly Biswas130-143http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/legal-status-women-gender-discrimination-india-analysis/
14.IMPACT OF STAD TECHNIQUE OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON ACHIEVEMENT IN BIOLOGY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTSShivani Sharma and Dr. J. N. Baliya144-150http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/impact-stad-technique-cooperative-learning-achievement-biology-secondary-school-students/
15.VICTIM SUPPORT IN CRIMINAL LAW: NECESSITATING CHANGES IN CRIMINAL PROCEDUREMs.Megha Nagpal151-164http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/victim-support-criminal-law-necessitating-changes-criminal-procedure/
16.RAINFALL DATA ANALYSIS FOR URBAN DRAINAGE CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGNNikita Jaiswal 165-170http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/httpsajms-comvolume-4-issue-5rainfall-data-analysis-urban-drainage-control-system-design/
17.CLUTCHES OR CARE: WOMEN UNDER FAMILIAL LOVE IN CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI’S OLEANDER GIRLMamta171-180http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/clutches-care-women-familial-love-chitra-banerjee-divakarunis-oleander-girl/
18.HEALTH CARE SEEKING BEHAVIOURS: CONTRIBUTING FACTORS- A REVIEWM.Megha,Maria Zafar,Dr. Neera Pant181-198http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/health-care-seeking-behaviours-contributing-factors-review/
19.COMMUNAL POLITICS IN THE IMPERIAL CAPITAL OF DELHI (1922-1927)Biresh Chaudhuri199-211http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/communal-politics-imperial-capital-delhi-1922-1927/
20.CROP COMBINATION REGION: A SPATIO-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF HARYANA:1990-93&2009-12Subhash chander212-227http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/crop-combination-region-spatio-temporal-analysis-haryana1990-932009-12/
21.KARISHMA (MIRACLE) OR CHARISMA? DECONSTRUCTING THE CHARISMA OF FIREBRAND LEADER YOGI ADITYANATHSatanik Pal228-240http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/karishma-miracle-charisma-deconstructing-charisma-firebrand-leader-yogi-adityanath/
22.AN INVESTIGATION OF DELAYS FOR HUSKPACK SHELL TYPE BOILER THROUGH WORK SAMPLINGAbhijit S. Getme and Shyamkumar D. Chavhan 241-247http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/investigation-delays-huskpack-shell-type-boiler-work-sampling/
23.INDIA EMERGING: R. K. NARAYAN’S PRE-INDEPENDENCE NOVELSDr RamyabrataChakraborty248-261http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/india-emerging-r-k-narayans-pre-independence-novels/
24.CHUGHTAI’S THE QUILT: A MIRROR OF TROUBLED SEXUALITYRinku Debnath262-274http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/chughtais-quilt-mirror-troubled-sexuality/
25.ROLE OF SIKKIM CO-OPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS' UNION LTD. (SCMPUL) IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT OF SIKKIMMr. Bhuwan Chhetri275-289http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/role-sikkim-co-operative-milk-producers-union-ltd-scmpul-rural-development-sikkim/
26.A SURVEY OF COLLABORATIVE FILTERING-BASED RECOMMENDER SYSTEMSMudasser Nazar ,Yusera Farooq and MohdSaleem290-292http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/survey-collaborative-filtering-based-recommender-systems/
27.A CONTEXT OF SEVEN MUSICAL ACCENTS IN VAYUPURANA-A REVIEW Pratyusha Ghosh293-301http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/context-seven-musical-accents-vayupurana-review/
28.PRAGMATIC NEGOTIATIONS AND THE FARMERS OF SINGURSuchismita Das302-314http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/pragmatic-negotiations-farmers-singur/
29.A STUDY ON THE KOCHI METRO RAIL – ITS IMPACT AND EFFECTIVENESS ON THE PUBLICDr. Tia Mathews and Prof. Rosalind Gonzaga315-324http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-5/study-kochi-metro-rail-impact-effectiveness-public/