VOL 3rd Issue 1st , Jun 2014

Jun 2014 Editorial

Editor:Dr Sunita Magre

World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations' important vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. It also serves as the 'people's day' for doing something positive for the environment, galvanizing individual actions into a collective power that generates an exponential positive impact on the planet.


Author:Mrs. Sai Subodh Kadu & Dr. S.R. Pandya

The present paper attempts to ascertain the effect of the effectiveness of a personal effectiveness programme on the occupational aspiration of tribal students of ashram schools in Dahanu taluka which is a tribal area of Thane district in Maharashtra. The personal effectiveness programme is an activity-based comprehensive programme rooted in the local tribal and culture language was developed and implemented on tribal students of two ashram schools using the pre-test-post-test non- equivalent groups design. The study found that the personal effectiveness programme has a significant effect on the occupational aspiration of tribal students. The effect size of this programme is found to be high.

A Study of the impact of the Indian philosophers on the perception of Peace on students of a teacher Training College.

Author: Manjeet H. Sahmbey

The purpose of the study was to throw light on the impact of Indian philosophers in helping build the right attitude towards peace culture among the future teachers.


Author: Arti Sharma & Vaneeta Raney

The meaning of work for the modern day employee is undergoing a significant evolution and organisations ought to keep a pace with it. Today's work life has become so pressurized due to many factors that people are losing their core values and moral principles. Targets goals and rewards are been magnified and emotions, thought processes and interpersonal touch is disappearing. Hence the role of spirituality is been emphasized more and more in corporate world. it includes two aspects a vertical connection to the universe and horizontal relationships with other people, family, friends, coworkers and humanity as a whole. Designing good workspaces can bring a lot of positivity, creativity; efficiency etc. spirituality driven activities have not only benefitted employees but also saved companies millions of dollars that are spent on high turnover rates, legal suits etc. Hence this research paper emphasis on understanding spirituality, perception about spirituality and its role in the performance of an employee in the organization.

A Study of Secondary School Teacher's Emotional Intelligence in relation to their Teaching Style, Mental Health & Institutional Environment

Author: Dr.Sukhada Balasaheb Mhatre & Dr.Sunita Vithalrao Magre

School is a temple of education. A teacher imparting education has to be dynamic, patient as well as kind hearted. A teacher should treat his student as a deity and impart education. A teacher should be committed to the mental make-up that today's student will be citizen for tomorrow and that he must assimilate with diverse elements of the society. He should mould the students by keeping it in mind that they are future pillars of the nation. It is the duty of a teacher to coordinate the activities to make our nation strong and progressive.

An educational institute is an important centre for fostering the emotional development of teachers. Environment in the educational institute ought to be conducive to the emotional development of a teacher. If environment available in an institute is positive it exerts good influence over the teachers and it helps in better development of the educational institute.


Author: Mr.Pradeep H. Tawade

Higher education of a good quality is critical for a nation to become globally competitive. In these days of knowledge revolution, it is not factor endowment but good quality higher education which determines the growth of a nation. The problem in India is that, while there are a large number of unemployed graduates and postgraduates, there is a shortage of workers who can acquire new skills and innovate. Therefore, “quality of higher education” becomes extremely important. But quality does not come cheap. There should be constant efforts to innovate the curriculum by incorporating the needs of industry.