A STUDY OF THE MICROSCOPIC WORLD OF ENERGY EXCHANGE-QUANTUM MECHANICAL TREATMENT OF RADIANT ENERGY By Dr. Motiur Rahman Ansari

Abstract: This paper shows the interaction problem between radiation and single two levels system and confirms the formalism of a spin -½ particle 10, 11. In the semi-classical treatment the formalism can be easily extended15 to treat the problem when a number of such two level non-interacting systems coupled by a common radiation field take part in the interaction. The relevant operators for the system, viz. the Hamiltonian, the density operator, the T-operator of interaction etc. are expressed in terms of angular momentum operators such as R1, R2 and R3.…

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EFFECT OF MGNREGS IN FINANCIAL INCLUSION OF RURAL POOR: A STUDY ON BALANGIR AND SAMBALPUR DISTRICTS OF ODISHA By Jaya Prakash Rath

Abstract The wages to the MGNREGA workers are only to be paid through their accounts in bank and post offices. It ensures the various financial services provided by the banks and post offices are to be accessed by the poor villages, improve transparency, reduce fraudulent practices and induct the poorest of poor to the formal banking channel which enable them to access various financial services through the process of financial inclusion. Financial inclusion plays a pivotal role in empowerment of poor, underprivileged and deprived worker their financial condition and standard…

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FAMILY ENVIRONMENT AND ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION IN RELATION TO EMOTIONAL MATURITY OF STUDENTS By Dr. Sanjeev Kumar and Ms. Simranjit Kaur

Abstract In the present study, the researcher tried to study the relationship among family environment, achievement motivation and emotional maturity of class XI students. A sample of 100 second year students of Bachelor of Arts studying in Govt. Colleges of Chandigarh was selected randomly. Pearson’s correlation statistics was employed.  The results indicated that better family environment leads to lower emotional maturity of second year students of Bachelor of Arts. Moreover, higher achievement motivation also leads to lesser emotional maturity and better family environment leads to higher achievement motivation of second…

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AWARENESS, ATTITUDE AND PARTICIPATION OF WIDOWS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CIVIL SOCIETY: A STUDY AMONG TAMIL BRAHMIN COMMUNITY By Donna John

Abstract Civil society is a vital pre-condition for the existence of democracy. The values of civil society are those of political participation and state accountability. Civil society is the set of civic rights, including primarily everyone’s right to participate in Public life. Widowhood is a disruptive and stressful situation in the life of a woman. The widow’s marginal state means that she is, in a manner of speaking, functionally incorporated into the household while being considered an outsider. The Indian woman, soon after widowhood, is excluded from caste rituals and…

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