VOLUME: 5 ISSUE : 1

Published on : June, 2019

Applying Gender Lens to Understand International Relations: Underlying Masculinity in Global Politics . - Tanay Choudhury

ABSTRACT   : This paper deals with gender undertones in International Relations. In doing so it deals with the traditional understanding of masculinity and relates it with particular attributes of states . It focuses on how hard power based realpolitik is based on a ‘hegemonic masculine’ institutional base. The paper also looks into the challenges to the masculine state structure which emerged in the second half of the 20th century. The latter part of the paper...

A Comparative Study among Adolescent Boys and Girls of Higher Secondary Level Regarding Some Selected Traits of Personality with Special Reference to Tihu Block of Nalbari District, Assam . - Dr. Sunil Kumar Das

ABSTRACT   : Personality is an unavoidable aspect of human life. It is related to each and every aspect of human behaviour. The identity of an individual in the society is determined by the standard of his personality development to a great extent. Personality is a very comprehensive and dynamic concept. The term personality has been defined in various ways by the psychologists. The word personality has been derived from the Latin root ‘Persona’ that was associated...

Contributions of Banhi Towards Assamese Mass Media . - Dr. Jayanta Pathok

ABSTRACT   : Banhi, published under the editorship of Lakshminath Bezbaroa, opened up newer horizons within the Assamese populace. Banhi was able to lead from the forefront the contemporary socio-cultural as well as literary and journalistic aspects of the Assamese populace of that time. Through Banhi Bezbaroa opened up a new avenue for healthy journalism.Through the editorials of Banhi Bezbaroa tried to portray a variety of ideas. Starting from the field of language and...

Māyā as View by Mahapurusha Srimanta Śaṅkaradeva . - Mridul Saikia

ABSTRACT   : The concept of Māyā occupies an important place in Mahapurusha Srimanta Śaṅkaradeva’s theology. In the whole corpus of works, Śaṅkaradeva’s views that Māyā is the central power of god or Puruṣa . It is known as Prakṛti. Māyā cannot be separated from God ,it is subordinate to God. Māyā appears from God and gets merged in it . Śaṅkaradeva laid emphasis on Bhakti, especially Dashya Bhakti in order to get rid of the tricks of...

Gender Discrimination in Access to Social Justice in Guwahati City, India: a Social Geographic Analysis - Dr. Bibeka Nanda Gogoi

ABSTRACT   : In the country like India, where the urban population is increasing so rapidly that the resulting problems, especially in the big metropolises and cities including Guwahati City, are reaching alarming proportion. The prevalence of social justice is very high among the affluent sections of the society. It is also necessary where the violation of constitutional or legal rights of a large number of the people including the poor, ignorant, illiteracy or socially or...

Sustainable Business Practices: a way to Employment Generation and promoting sustainable Tourism Business Practices by its Historical Significance in the Sibsagar District - Bhaijan das

ABSTRACT   : Tourism is presently one of the largest, fastest growing and highly organized industries in the world. It is highly complex phenomenon and important activity of great significance. Sustainable tourism is one of the branches of tourism which is experiencing popularity as the demand grows for the tourism that is environmentally sensitive, informative and beneficial for local communities. Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of present without...

Workers Morale and Absenteeism : a Sociological Study among the Industrial Workers of Namrup - Dr. Parismita Chetia

ABSTRACT   : This study mainly investigates about the workers problem associated with human relations study. It is also a major concern of workers morale for affectivity of an organization. For industrial productivity there should be relation between workers morale and productivity. In this regard job-satisfaction factors tend to be motivated employees to perform their work which increases employee’s performance and it decreases absenteeism in two organizations of Namrup,...

A study on Increasing Problem of Road Traffic Congestion and Related Issue in Dibrugarh Town - Jayanta Gogoi

ABSTRACT   : Dibrugarh town situated at the Eastern part of Assam and southern bank of the river Brahmaputra. It is an industrial town surrounded by sprawling tea estates in Assam, northeast India. Road traffic congestion is a problematic condition on the road transport which is slowing down the normal speed of the vehicles, time consuming and vehicular queuing. Like other city Dibrugarh town also facing this problem. Recently opened two bridges i.e. Dhola Sadiya and Bogibil...

Joymati Konwari : a Historical Play of Lakshminath Bezbarua - Dr. Snigdha Kataky1, Jahnobi Saikia2

ABSTRACT   : Historical plays in Assamese literature became more popular after the decline of the Mythological period. In Assamese Literature Historical plays are very popular and get important position in Assamese literature. In Jonaki Era of Assamese Literature, Lakshminath Bezbarua is one of the prominent play writers and his historical play Joymati Konwari is one of the great works of Assamese literature, which depict the period of revolution, sacrifice and beginning of...

Potentialities of Tourism Sector in Northeast India - Rajlakshmi Das

ABSTRACT   : The North-eastern region of India is indeed an undiscovered paradise in the country. The N.E. region has issues and challenges in front for which it is devoid of the deserved exposure and priority. The contemporary issues prevailing in the region are critical and needs to be focused upon so as to sort out the differences. It is in no way lesser than any other region whether it be   in resources or serene beauty. In fact it is a full bunch of assets for...

Political Vision of an Artist: A Study on Bhupen Hazarika’s Politics and Ideology - Dhrubajyoti Saikia

ABSTRACT   : Politics and art are often regarded as two separate even autonomous sphere of human life. But the relations and mutual interaction between the two is hard to overlook. Indeed the reciprocal interaction between art and politics gives new impetus to our societal life. It happens because both artist and politician play a leading role in their respective society. Both try to capture the mind of the people and thereby dominate the public sphere. An Artist, who works for...

Relevance of Gandhism in the Contemporary World - Mrs Niharika Gathiri

ABSTRACT   : The thoughts and ideas of Mahatma Gandhi called Gandhism have spread throughout the world since they were first evolved by the Mahatma Gandhi. Based on the noble and sustainable ideas of love, brotherhood, truth, non-violence and welfare of all, his thoughts along with the path devised by him for realizing them have gained administration and popularity in many parts of the world. Gandhiji was against racism, against colonialism, against the caste system, against...

Exploring the link of Human Security, Development and Deprivation among the Tea Garden Women Workers and Role of State as agent of Human Security - Ms Silpika Dutta

ABSTRACT   : The meaning of human security is not similar with that of traditional notion  of security. The concept of security can be traced back to the end of cold war. At that time security is understand in term’s of nation’s security. The concept of human security for the first time expressed  in words of Mahbub Ul Haq. “Human Security s not only  concern with weapons .It is concern with  human dignity .The basic objective of this ...

Hinduism: A Unique Religion - Manika Goswami

ABSTRACT   : Hinduism is the oldest of all the living religions. It has neither any definite date of its origin nor has it any definite founder associated with it. It is called Sanatana Dharma, a religion coming down to people through eternity. An enormous corpus of sacred literature is also associated with Hinduism, but none can claim exclusive authority. The several religious texts of Hinduism are- the Vedas, the Upanishads, the purānas, the Rāmāyana, the Mahabharata and...