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The Issue of Identity in Orhan Pamuks Literary Work

Ahmed Hassan Ali Murshed

Identity alludes to the distinct personality of a person consideredas a permanent entity, it involves our minds envisioning the manner in which the world and our social interactions are sorted out corresponding to other social groups, and along these lines, identity turns into an instrument for the quest for advantages. Simultaneously, the causal bolt between interests to identity could likewise run from identity to benefit" (Shree, 138). In his investigate of Orientalism, Edward Said established that a comprehension of identity can't be completely gotten a handle on by only examining lists or indexes. Rather, identity is best comprehended through the story. Pamuk's novels are described by a disarray or loss of identity welcomed on by the contention between Western and Eastern qualities. Pamuk's quest for identity is emphatically described by ideas of "East" and "West".  Significantly, these ideas are regularly inseparably connected to different pairs, for example, "secular/religious" and "conventional/modern" (Bhat, 56). In his books, Pamuk recommends understanding between apparently conflicting or contradicting cultural rationales. Every one of his books contains portrayals of social conflict, shaky identity, doubles, and duplicates trapped in a particular Ottoman or Turkish authentic historical context (Kunt, 502). This paper will endeavor to discuss the vacillation identity of Turkish people between the modern secular west and the backseat traditional east and it will outline how Orhan Pamuk utilizes the notion of identity in his wonderful novels, as well as it will explain the identity change in Turkey since the era of the Ottoman Empire up to time of the secular republic of Turkey, furthermore, it will highlight on some examples from Pamuk’s literary work to prove that kind of Identity change.  

Role of estrogen in male Androgenetic alopecia

Heena Farheen, Mahjabeen Naaz, Ayesha Naaz, Juzer Sabuwala, Dr. S P Srinivas Nayak

Estrogen is traditionally involved in both female and male reproduction, besides various other biological systems involving the neuroendocrine, vascular, skeletal, and immune systems. Hair growth is affected by multiple factors that consist of transcription factors, cytokines and hormones. Androgenetic alopecia or male-pattern hair loss is a hereditarily determined progressive process that causes a gradual conversion of terminal hair into vellus hair. The most important factors involved in male baldness are characterized by androgens, genetic factors, and age. The 17ß-estradiol inhibits, while the estrogen antagonist stimulates hair growth in both male and female. The alopecia results in a decrease in hair follicle size escorted by a decrease in the duration of anagen and an increase in the percentage of hair follicles in telogen with follicular miniaturization, which is the trademark of androgenetic alopecia. Estrogen inhibits hair growth, signifying that scalp hair growth might control the sex hormones. Among the various types of estrogen, the estradiol acts on hair follicle cycling by delaying the initiation of anagen and by prolongation of duration of telogen. Estradiol has found to modulate hair growth, playing primarily as hair growth inhibitor.

Effect of Blended Learning on Achievement in English of IX Graders in Relation to Self-Efficacy

Anju Sharma & Dr. Sushma Sharma

In today’s world of technological advancement & Globalization, the idea of Blended Learning appeals to the educationists all over the globe. There is an increasing need and demand to respond to diverse student’s needs and provide engaging and meaningful learning experiences to the students. Blended Learning can also be applied to the integration of e-learning with a Learning Management System along with face-to-face instruction.  It should also be noted that when the learning material is simply presented to the learners, they are passive and less interested and as a result minimal learning takes place. In contrast, when the learners are active and motivated, when they are involved, engaged, participating and interacting with the learning material, the learning outcomes are much better.  Literature suggests that using blended learning approach can enhance students’ knowledge retention better than or at least comparable to traditional classroom teaching. After going through many studies regarded blended learning and in order t overcome the problems faced in traditional classroom teaching as mentioned above, the present study was conducted to find out the effect of Blended Learning on achievement in English of IX graders in relation to Self-efficacy. For the purpose of present investigation a pre-test and post-test factorial design was employed. In order to analyze the data, a 2x3 analysis of variance was used for the two independent variables viz. instructional treatment and self-efficacy. Levels.The main dependent variable was performance gain which was calculated as the difference in post-test and pre-test scores for the subject.

Recent trends of ICT services and the present scenario of some selected Arts College Libraries in Vellore District, Tamilnadu: A study

Kannan, A.& Dr.Periasamy,R.

This paper deals with the current ICT infrastructure obtainable in five college libraries at Vellore districts and examined the status of ICT facilities accessible in college libraries of Vellore and toorecommended the finest performances for increasing the ICT application in college libraries. The study also reveals the lack of sufficient fund for libraries which affects the development of ICT infrastructure in college libraries. Lack of sufficient library staff and ICT skilled staff are another valid reasons for poor ICT infrastructure.  Information is a rapidly increasing entity, and Library is an increasing organization as well. Itoffers its customers with different ICT based services. Library and data centres are always seen to welcome the latest techniques in order to meet the data requirements of the readers. Therefore, that library & data centres are adapting to latest developments. This article is a research in some of Vellore District chosen Colleges. It is an effort to study these college current situations.

Application of GIS and Remote Sensing for developing block GIS :A case study of Hawalbagh the developing block, District Almora, Uttarakhand

Alpana Kumari and Jitendra Kumar

Decentralized planning is carried out from the bottom in which village panchayat is asked to prepare a plan for the economic development of the village. The planning strategy will be made on the basis of the problems the area   is suffering from and the available local resources. The present work attempts to create a GIS database for Hawalbagh Development Block of the districts of Almora in Uttarakhand. It is extends between 290 32’ 30”N to 290 44’ 23”N latitude and 790 31’11”E to 790 43’ 50” E longitudes   and cover an   area of 267.89 sq.km. Located in the lesser Himalayan terrain. Hawalbagh Blocks enjoys cool temperature climatic conditions. According to2001 census, the block has a population of 59,227 persons in which male population 48.61% and female has a population of 51.39%.The present study is based on various data sets i.e. toposheet (1966), Landsat data (1990 & 1999) and IRS LISS III data (2004) obtained from Centre of Excellence For NRDMS in Uttarakhand Kumaun University SSJ Campus Almora. The entire digital database of the Hawalbagh development block was prepared with the help of ARC GIS Software which is user friendly and famous software developed by Environmental system research in corporate Redland California. Image classification through ERDAS (earth Resource data Analysis) software developed by Leica Geosystems geospatial Imaging, LLC 5051 Peachtree corners suite 100, Norcross, GA, 30092, U.S.A.In the year 2004 forest cover of total area was 45.47 percent, barren land 39.72 per cent, agriculture land 12.32 per cent and urban area 2.49 per cent. The Hawalbagh development block is divisible in four absolute relief zones varying between 1000-2200m, and in four categories of relief i.e., Low, Medium, High and Very high. Table 2 contains the distribution of area under different relief zones. Maximum area lies in the medium relief zone which includes 44.51 per cent of the total study area. 

Perception of material culture and fishing of Puri district in Orissa

Mr.Gama Mohanto

Perception of environmental resources is one of the key factors in development of material culture of the people. The natural environment has opened up a number of elements and possibilities to convert them as resources. Sometimes a single object may have multiple resource possibilities and their utilization as resource depends upon the applied knowledge and experience of the people. The physical environment of the study area of the state of Orissa has created immense scope of marine resource development. Fishing is one of the most important resource processes in the state. Here three different types of fishing namely, marine fishing, brackish fishing and inland fishing have developed. Both inland fishing and brackish fishing have been developed by the Oriya people of the state whereas marine fishing in the state has been developed by the migrant people of Telugu community. Herein the role of perception is the key factor in the growth of resource processing. In the present paper, the role of perception in evolution of marine fishing in the study area is studied with the background of physical resource potentialities, difficulties and prospects of other resource processes. The degree and magnitude of influence of perception on the material culture of fishermen of Orissa has also been taken into consideration in this paper.

Perception of material culture and fishing of Puri district in Orissa

Mr.Gama Mohanto

Perception of environmental resources is one of the key factors in development of material culture of the people. The natural environment has opened up a number of elements and possibilities to convert them as resources. Sometimes a single object may have multiple resource possibilities and their utilization as resource depends upon the applied knowledge and experience of the people. The physical environment of the study area of the state of Orissa has created immense scope of marine resource development. Fishing is one of the most important resource processes in the state. Here three different types of fishing namely, marine fishing, brackish fishing and inland fishing have developed. Both inland fishing and brackish fishing have been developed by the Oriya people of the state whereas marine fishing in the state has been developed by the migrant people of Telugu community. Herein the role of perception is the key factor in the growth of resource processing. In the present paper, the role of perception in evolution of marine fishing in the study area is studied with the background of physical resource potentialities, difficulties and prospects of other resource processes. The degree and magnitude of influence of perception on the material culture of fishermen of Orissa has also been taken into consideration in this paper.

Radicalism in Indian History- example from India

Mr.Tapas Pyne

Dispossession and forced separation of a section of people from the means of production are inextricably associated with state-led economic development. In an inherited post-colonial development paradigm, a ‘top down’ approach followed in India excluded the people living at the bottom of the socio-economic ladder as equal partners who with respect to rising ‘mainstream’ material expectations experience ‘dispossession’ by displacement. Radicalism based on this ground reality, a consequence of uneven development across social and economic categories and across regions, becomes a corollary that concerns both the state and the civil society. Rather than withdrawing from the system that evolved and got fractured over time, the paper opines, the state has to play a key role in development the beginning and base of which has to be to take into confidence the marginalized sections of the society like the tribal people, the downtrodden, and the poor as dignified and equal partners.

A study to find out the relationship between urbanization and rural development in geographical perspective

Mr. Sankar Biswas

Urbanization means the growth of the number and size of the towns and the spreading of quality of life in towns. Naturally the growth and development is different in several parts of the world. On the other hand the urbanization is not only effect to towns. It has also an effect on rural region. Several attendant phenomenons belong to the urbanization (economic development, rural development, infrastructural development etc.). Primary target is to demonstrate the connection between urbanization and rural development. Urbanization is closely connected to regional development. There is no only one viable (universal) regional development trend. Sustainable development is one of the most important types of them. Lots of sign shows that certain parts of urbanization process could not be part of sustainable development. Success of sustainable development in urbanization process depends on the relationship between towns and their rural territory.

Communal constitution of the chauhans of Sambalpur

Ms.Rama Biswas

In brief it is mainly a discussion on the tribal and non-tribal structure of society of the state of Sambalpur. Within this social hierarchy, the Chauhans stood first, followed by various tribal groups like the Binjhals, Kondh, and Sahara etc. The Chauhans maintained a balance of relationship within their tribal population. They created all possible conveniences to attract people of the higher social groups from outside to settle in their kingdom. To arrive at a definite historical conclusion as to how the social structure was designed by the Chauhans of Sambalpur, the author of the article consulted the only contemporary as well as authentic Sanskrit courtly chronicle of sixteenth century, ‘Kosalananda Kavyam’, the eighteenth century authentic Lariya courtly chronicle ‘Jaya Chandrika’and other vernacular sources of seventeenth century such as ‘Sasisena Kavya’, ‘Sambala Mansa’. Nineteenth century British accounts are used adequately as well. This paper is an attempt at providing certain observations on the social structure of western Orissa under the Chauhans of Sambalpur during sixteenth to eighteenth century.  

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