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Three Days National Workshop on “Research Methodology”

Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Indore is organizing a Three Days National Workshop on “Research Methodology” sponsored by AIMS dated 19-21 January, 2017.The prime objective of the workshop is to nurture the research skills of the participants. The workshop is designed to impart extensive training, under the guidance of renowned resource persons, on both quantitative and qualitative research methodology. Some of the important topics of the workshop are: Quantitative Research Methodology (Steps involved in quantitative research, research problem formulation, sampling technique, tools of data collection, testing of hypotheses, parametric and non-parametric tests, measurement of correlation and regression, ANOVA, etc.) and


Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Indore announces “PATANJALI: BUSINESS KI KAHAANI, AAP KI ZUBAANI” an event to showcase your talent. All you need to do is to gather information about PATANJALI AYURVED LTD (PAL) and the Critical Success Factors. The information gathered need to be transformed into a Power Point Presentation and send it to us via e-mailon or before January 15 2017. The presentations received before the due date will be presented by the teams on the day of the event.

The winners of the event will be awarded with cash prizes:

1st Prize INR 15000/-

2nd International Conference

The Digital Revolution is an idea to bridge the digital divide and promote digital literacy. With the help of Digital India Program, the nation can be transformed into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. Today, a more digital form of globalization has opened the door to developing countries, to small companies and start-ups, and to billions of individuals. The technological choices that an organization makes to create its digital future determine its differentiators. Tens of millions of small and midsize enterprises worldwide have turned themselves into exporters by joining e-commerce marketplaces and this is possible only with the help

They make us live in multiple worlds: books

Today I was glad when my 6 years doll asked me that “Maa when will be I able to read Geronimo ki series.”
Well being a middle class kids that too of our generations (alas not that old) we poor were exposed to school books only. And bahut mummy ko laga toh, in vacations champak and chandamama were sacred gift. Rest we were asked school ki kitabein par lo wahi bahut hai.......

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Globalisation has emerged as one of the most frequently used term of which there is no universally acceptable definition. World¬wide opinions are divided both in support and opposition of it. Globalisation is derived from the term “global” which implies covering the globe.

Thus, globalisation means something which covers or relates the whole world instead of being confined to a particular country. With the development of modern science and technology, whole world has been closely united as a global village. What happens in one country has its impact on others.

We are using the term internationalism as a political process. This


India is one of the important suppliers of handicrafts to the world market. The Indian handicrafts industry is highly labour intensive cottage based industry and decentralized, being spread all over the country in rural and urban areas. Numerous artisans are engaged in crafts work on part-time basis. The industry provides employment to over six million artisans (including those in carpet trade), which include a large number of women and people belonging to the weaker sections of the society.

In addition to the high potential for employment, the sector is economically important from the point of low capital investment, high ratio


The phenomenon of mass poverty in developing countries and its relationship to the development process has been the subject of intense study for the past two decades. As a result, a considerable consensus has emerged on a number of issues. The pessimistic view that the growth process in developing countries has the perverse effect of actually accentuating poverty commands far fewer followers today than it once did. It is now widely recognized that the process of growth in most countries, even if not as equitable as might be wished, has at least led to significant improvements in the conditions of


Urbanization is often a positive development, as urban areas tend to be more productive than rural areas and therefore a driver of economic growth and development. Yet, rapid urbanization – as it is currently occurring in many developing countries – can outstretch the capacities of cities to absorb and cater for an ever growing number of inhabitants. If unabsorbed, urbanization may lead to the development of slums and pose a considerable threat to all dimensions of food security, because the majority of urban dwellers are net food buyers and spent a large part of their disposable income on food. In


Environmental Goal

The goal of environment action is:

To improve all ecological relationships, including the relationship of humanity with nature and people with each other.

There are, thus, two preliminary objectives:

 For each nation, according to its culture, to clarify for itself the meaning of such basic concepts as "quality of life" and "human happiness" in the context of the total environment, with an extension of the clarification and appreciation to other cultures, beyond one’s own national boundaries.p style="text-align: justify;"> To identify which actions will ensure the preservation and improvement of humanity's potentials and develop social and individual


Environmental communication and awareness rising is also taking place through citizen volunteers, through the efforts of the corporate sector, and through law and faith-based approaches. Each of these approaches has wide ranging applications across the region.

 Citizen Volunteersp style="text-align: justify;">Mobilizing volunteer action is a time-tested tradition in environmental management and activism. Volunteers may be drawn from different sections of society; some will bring in specialized skills and knowledge; others will provide a donation of labour and time.

For example, in 1987 the Regional Environmental Management Offices in the Republic of Korea launched the Environmental Watchdog System to raise

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