EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE OF STUDENT TEACHERS By V.Ravichandran and Dr. S. Rajaguru

Abstract Intelligence is defined as general cognitive problem solving skills. A mental ability involved in reasoning, perceiving relationships and analogies, calculating, learning quickly etc. we describe what is known about how emotionally intelligent people function both intra and inter personally and in both academic and workplace settings. For the present study the investigator has used EQ scale. This research measures some areas of student teachers personal and professional life. This is psychological test which will help to student teachers learn more about his and herself. The objectives of the study…

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ETHNOMEDICAL PRACTICES AMONG YANADIS OF ANDHRA PRADESH: A SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE By Dr.Penchalaiah Koduru

Abstract Since time immemorial, human societies have devised ways and means to deal with ill-health. Particularly Tribal communities have developed their own medical systems for coping up of their health and disease and also their own systems of diagnosis and curative methods basing on their ecological settings, natural resources and cultural practices. Yanadis are one of the major Scheduled Tribes in Andhra Pradesh. Yanadis are ptoto-australoid, dark skinned, platyrrhine, below medium statured, long headed with a short chin, scanty moustache without whiskers and they are mainly non vegetarians but abstain…

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PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION IN SOME SELECTED AREAS OF EASTERN ETHIOPIA By Galata Sitota, Anwar Ahmed, Sisay Awgichew, and Endris Seid

Abstract The purpose of this study was to investigate Practices and Challenges of preprimary school Education in Eastern Ethiopia. To this effect, the following questions were raised to be answered; what does the status of educational practice in preprimary schools of the study area look like? What are the major constraints that hinder the effective implementation of preprimary Education in Eastern Ethiopia? Based on the direction of these basic questions, descriptive survey design including quantitative and qualitative data gathering approaches were employed. Participants of the study were selected employing both…

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A STUDY ON SOCIAL PHOBIA AMONG YOUNG ADULTS By Lizzie and Dr. D. Hemalatha Kalaimathi

Abstract Present paper focuses on the A study on Social phobia among young adults. In this study 482 male and 518 female students from various streams in Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu were selected. The descriptive survey method was employed for the present study. A random sampling technique was used for selection of sample. The data was organized and statistically analyzed by using Mean, SD and ‘t’ test. The finding of the study revealed that a) There is significant difference between the Rural and Urban young adults in their Social…

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SET SHIFTING ABILITY OF FRONTAL LOBE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS AMONG STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES AND WITHOUT LEARNING DISABILITIES By Gayathri Devi M.S. and K. Muhammed Mustafa

Abstract Cognitive method in the students with learning disabilities are weakened which often have a neurological basis. Mainly these children have the problems in control and regulate their abilities, behavior and academic performances. That is these children have difficulty to switch tasks or change behavior in relation to changing rules. These abilities are known as set shifting ability. Set shifting ability is one of the tasks of frontal lobe executive function. Frontal lobe executive function involves the ability to initiate and stop actions, to monitor and change behavior when as…

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