Volume 4 Issue 6

S.NO TITLE AUTHOR PAGE NO. URL ADDRESS
1.VEILED CONSUMERISM: UTOPIC DREAM AND THE ISLAND OF SEYCHELLESDr. Payel Pal1-6http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/veiled-consumerism-utopic-dream-island-seychelles/
2.LADAKH: AN ANCIENT TRADE ROUTE OF CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIESPhuntsog Dolma7-16http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/ladakh-ancient-trade-route-central-asian-countries/
3.RURAL ROADS IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW OF CONNECTIVITY STATUSAnkita Medhi17-26http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/rural-roads-india-overview-connectivity-status/
4.CASTE CATEGORIES AND JOB SATISFACTIONDr. Arun Kumar and Dr. Bhagat Singh 27-35http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/caste-categories-job-satisfaction/
5.ACHIEVEMENTS OF KHADI AND VILLAGE INDUSTRIES BOARD IN J&K: A STUDY OF PRIME MINISTERS EMPLOYMENT GENERATION PROGRAMME (PMEGP)Waseem Hassan Khan,Aamir Jamal, Ashiq Hussain Shah36-43http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/achievements-khadi-village-industries-board-jk-study-prime-ministers-employment-generation-programme-pmegp/
6.COLONIAL IMPACT ON NAGAS SUBSISTENCE ECONOMYDR. TUISEM NGAKANG44-57http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/colonial-impact-nagas-subsistence-economy/
7.GURU NANAK'S CONCEPT OF GODManjeet Kaur Minhas58-73http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/guru-nanaks-concept-god/
8.HETEROGENEITIES IN THE STRUCTURE OF SERVICES SECTOR ACROSS MAJOR INDIAN STATES: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSISEva Thakur74-104http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/heterogeneities-structure-services-sector-across-major-indian-states-empirical-analysis/
9.ROLE OF LAW IN EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN INDIADr.Vikram Singh105-114http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/role-law-empowerment-women-india/
10.ANCIENT INDIA AND IRAN: POLITICAL, CULTURAL AND RELIGIOUS RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO CIVILISATIONSASHIQ.A115-122http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/ancient-india-iran-political-cultural-religious-relationship-two-civilisations/
11.AN ANALYSIS OF THE SCIENCE SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR THE SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL IN THE STATE OF MEGHALAYAMs.Bahunlang Tron123-130http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/analysis-science-syllabus-prescribed-secondary-school-level-state-meghalaya/
12.XENOPHOBIA, IMAGINED COMMUNITIES, NATIONALISM AND IDENTITY:
A CRITICAL ANALYSES OF QUDRATULLA SAHAB’S SHORT STORY
“YA KHUDA”
Sheeba Parveen131-142http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/xenophobia-imagined-communities-nationalism-identity-critical-analyses-qudratulla-sahabs-short-story-ya-khuda/
13.MICROFINANCE AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN INDIADr. Dev Karan & Mrs. Rekha142-158http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/microfinance-poverty-reduction-india/
14.HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION AND ECOMMERCE: USING THE PRINCIPLES FOR BETTER USER EXPERIENCENasiruddin Molla and Indraneel Mandal159-172http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/human-computer-interaction-ecommerce-using-principles-better-user-experience/
15.Flow of non-Newtonian Fluid through Parallel Plates having Porous Medium with Heat Transfer and Mass TransferRishab Richard Hanvey,Rajeev Kumar Khare,Ajit Paul173-178http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/flow-non-newtonian-fluid-parallel-plates-porous-medium-heat-transfer-mass-transfer/
16.GLOBAL SCENARIO OF FOOD INSECURITY: AN ANALYSISJagdev Singh179-195http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/global-scenario-food-insecurity-analysis/
17.A STUDY ON AFTER SALES SERVICE QUALITY & ITS INFLUENCE ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN SELECTED AUTOMOBILE COMPANIES Rishi Kesh196-210http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/study-sales-service-quality-influence-customer-satisfaction-selected-automobile-companies/
18.ROLE OF Dr.BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR IN ECONOMICSProf. Shalaka Prakash Chavan211-223http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/role-dr-babasaheb-ambedkar-economics/
19.THE DALAI LAMA AND THE TIBETAN CAUSEParishmita Boruah224-229http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/dalai-lama-tibetan-cause/
20.AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LAND REFORMS IN INDIATaranjeet Singh230-237http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/assessment-land-reforms-india/
21.ROLE OF NATURAL CAPITAL IN LIVELIHOOD GOVERNANCE OF KARBI-KUKI TRIBES IN ASSAMNiangpi Guite238-255http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/role-natural-capital-livelihood-governance-karbi-kuki-tribes-assam/
22.CENTRE-STATE RELATION IN INDIA IN THE LIGHT OF CO-OPERATIVE FEDERALISMNiloy Bagchi256-290http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/centre-state-relation-india-light-co-operative-federalism/
23.NEED OF THE COURT MANAGEMENT IN THE
PRESENT SCENARIO
NEELAM FAIZAN291-307http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/need-court-management-present-scenario/
24.EMPOWERING WOMEN STREET VENDORS THROUGH MICRO-FINANCING: A STUDY IN DIBRUGARH TOWN OF ASSAMMiss Bishakha Chetia308-314http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/empowering-women-street-vendors-micro-financing-study-dibrugarh-town-assam/
25.THE NECESSITY OF HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE FOR AN ORGANIZATION: A STUDYMD. ABDUL KABIEO MAHMUD315-324http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/necessity-hierarchical-structure-organization-study/
26.WOMEN’S HEALTH STATUS AND THEIR ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE IN INDIADr. Sangeeta Nagaich and Rajdeep Kaur
325-339http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/womens-health-status-access-health-care-india/
27.PROSPERO THE MEDIEVAL SCHOLAR AS AN EARLY PRODUCT OF SCIENCE FICTIONDr. Kamna Singh340-345http://sajms.com/volume-4-issue-6/prospero-medieval-scholar-early-product-science-fiction/