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Volume 04| Issue 01| Jul-Dec ’14

Contents of the Volume
1. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NEUROTICISM & EXTRAVERSION VARIABLES OF ATHLETICS PLAYERS Sapna Rani………….……………………………………………………………………………………….….…………………………………….…………………..01 2. CHILDREN’S PERCEPTIONS OF THEMSELVES AS LEARNER Manisha Devi………….…………………………………………………….…………….………………………..……..…………………………………………...05 3. RISK IN EQUITY PREMIUM– AN INDIAN CONTEXT Surender Kumar………………………………………………………...…………………….…………………………………….………………………...…..….09 4. LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM CHAK DE INDIA Vatika Mittal & Prof. Vaishali Arya….…………………………………………………...……………………………………………………….……..…...13 5. IMPACT OF CLIMATIC CHANGES ON VARIOUS SECTORS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Varun Kumar…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….………...…………………………....21 6. HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE: CHALLENGES & REFORMS Sushil Kumar & Balwan Singh………………………………………………………………………...…………….……………...……..……..………...….25 7. MARKET ANALYSIS OF LG CONSUMER DURABLES & DEALER DEVELOPMENT Sameer Tripathi & Dr. T.K. Jain………………………...…………………………………………..……………………………………..…………….….….31

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A COMPARATIVE STUDY ATHLETICS PLAYERS BY S APNA R ANI

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NEUROTICISM & EXTRAVERSION VARIABLES

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Assistant Professor, Hindu Kanya Mahavidyalaya (Former student K.U.K.) Jind, Haryana, India Email ID: sapnadhillonpe@gmail.com

Abstract
One the basis of results of the present study, we can conclude that male Athletics players have more extrovert than the female Athletics players. But female Athletics players have mo Neurotic than the male Athletics players. Forever, there exist significant difference in the level of Neuroticism and Extraversion of male Handball player and female Athletics players. Suggestion for further study:The present study is a step towards understanding the problem of Neuroticism among sportsmen. On the basis of the conclusion arrived and the scope of study, I feel that more studies of this type should be undertaken till a better understanding of the effect of Neuroticism and Extraversion is developed.

Keywords: Neuroticism, Extraversion, Physical education
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CHILDREN’S PERCEPTIONS OF THEMSELVES AS LEARNER BY M ANISHA DEVI
Physical Instructor, Mittaso College of Education Narwana, Jind, Haryana, India Email ID: nainmanisha123@gmail.com

Abstract
This exploratory study set out to investigate how a group of children, who were identified as underachieving in school, constructed understandings of themselves as learners inside and outside school. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews and image-based methods with the children. Interviews were also conducted with their parents and teachers. Findings of this study highlight the centrality of the children’s relational world and the richness of their learning experiences and capacity for learning outside school. Significant differences were evident in their descriptions of learning processes inside the classroom and outside the formal school setting. Outside school learning experiences, both structured and less formalised were perceived by the children as being more active, collaborative and challenging. Knowledge and understanding in these contexts seemed to be located within the children. Keywords: Learning, Home and school, Partnership, Dependence, Collaborative
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RISK IN EQUITY PREMIUM- AN INDIAN CONTEXT BY S URENDER KUMAR
Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce Govt. P.G. College, Jind, Haryana, India Email ID: surenderbhurania@gmail.com

Abstract
We estimate the equity risk premium in India using data for the last 25 years. We address the shortcomings of existing indices by constructing our total own return index for the 1080 and early 1990s. We use our estimates of the extent of financial repression during this period to construct a series of the risk free rate in India going back to the early 1980s. We find that the equity-risk premium is about 8 3/4% on a geometric mean basis and about 12 1/2% on an arithmatic mean basis. There is no significant difference between the pre reform and post reform period: the premium has declined marginally on a geometric mean basis and has risen slightly on an arithmetic mean basis. The reason for this divergence between the sub-period behaviors of the two means is the increase in the annualized standard deviation of stock market returns from less than 20% in the pre reform period to about 25% in the post reform period. The higher standard deviation depresses the geometric mean in the post reform period.

Keywords: Equity, Risk, Premium, Estimate, Stock, Financial, Market Return
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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM CHAK-D E-INDIA BY VATIKA MITTAL
4th Year Scholar, Ansal Institute of Technology Gurgaon, Haryana, India Email ID: vatika.mittal@gmail.com

PROF. VAISHALI ARYA
Scholar’s Guide, Ansal Institute of Technology Gurgaon, Haryana, India Email ID: vaishali.arya@aitgurgaon.org

Abstract
Leadership is the ability to influence a group towards achievement of a vision or a set of goals. A conception that leadership is best understood in terms of traits or dispositions held by an individual that are accountable for the observed leadership. A conception that leadership is best understood in terms of the actions taken by an individual in the conduct of leading a group. A conception that leadership is best understood in terms of situational factors that promote the occurrence of leadership. This paper tells about the leadership lessons learnt from the movie Chak De India.

Keywords: Leadership, Trait, Behavioral, Chak De India

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IMPACT OF CLIMATIC CHANGES ON VARIOUS SECTORS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES BY VARUN KUMAR
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography Govt. P.G. College, Jind, Haryana, India Email ID: vkselpad146@gmail.com

Abstract
In modern era the geographical situation such as climate change is a complex issue with vast and varied dimensions and implications. It effects the very survival of life on earth. Since 1850, the average global temperature has increased by 0.76°Celsius, and if future emissions of green house gases largely released due to human activities are not checked, they are likely to rise between 2°Celsius and 4 °Celsius within next century. Climate change poses a challenge for all, but populations of developing world are more vulnerable, firstly because of their geographic locations (low lying coastal areas at particular risk of severe social and economic disruptions from sea level rise &storms) and secondly due to weak infrastructure, overpopulation, dependency on agriculture for livelihood. Poverty and so on... In this paper, some of the most important impacts of climate change on different sectors in developing economies have been discussed, and it is concluded that without proper adaptation strategies climate change is likely to have a significant negative impact not only on economic development but human well being as well. Keywords: Climate, Complex, Challenge, Agriculture, Coastal, Strategies, Economies
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HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE : CHALLENGES & REFORMS BY S USHIL KUMAR
Former Student, M.Ed. CDLU, Sirsa, Haryana, India Email ID: sushilkumar2699@gmail.com

BALWAN SINGH
Former Science Master, Barah Kalan Jind, Haryana, India Email ID: balwandixit@yahoo.co.in

Abstract
This paper reviews the prevailing policy environment to evaluate its efficacy in ensuring that India is successfully able to address these challenges in the education sector. Given the well established constraints on public funding of education, the role of the private sector especially in the provision of higher education and technical training has been highlighted. The paper suggests that India needs to have a proactive demand based policy towards private higher education including foreign institutions/universities desirous of setting up campus in India or entering into jointventures. This has to be combined with the establishment of a regulatory mechanism that ensures that students’ welfare is not compromised and quality standards are maintained. Trend of higher education in India is in its new edge, Government in India has made the drastic changes to educate the student to the highest level of educations. Along with famous reputed Institutions in India, Indian government is also taking initiative and encouraging the students to move abroad for higher educations.

Keywords: Education, Higher, India, Prevailing, Reform, Teaching
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MARKET ANALYSIS OF LG CONSUMER DURABLES & DEALER DEVELOPMENT By Sameer Tripathi
Research Scholar, Jiwaji University Madhya Pradesh, India Email ID: sameer.tripathi22@yahoo.com

Dr. T.K. Jain
Pro-VC, Suresh Gyan Vihar University Jaipur, India Email ID: tk.jain@gmail.com

Abstract
Indian Consumer durables market used to be dominated by few domestic players like Godrej Voltas Allwyn and Kelvinator. But post liberalization many foreign companies have entered into Indian market dethroning the Indian players and dominating Indian market the major categories being CTV, REFRIGRATOR, AIR CONDTIONERS and WASHING MACHINES. India being the second largest growing economy with huge consumer class has resulted in consumer durables as the fastest growing industries in India. LG, SAMSUNG the two Korean companies have been maintaining the lead in the market with LG being leader in almost all the categories. The rural market is growing faster than the urban market, although the penetration level is much lower .The CTV segment is expected to the largest contributing segment to the overall growth of the industry. The rising income levels double-income families and consumer awareness are the main growth drivers of the industries.

Keywords: Consumer Behavior, PESTEL, SWOT, LG, Market Analysis
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