Volume 5/2 (April-June 2020)

The Journal fulfills the UGC conditions listed in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Page 63, dated. July 18, 2018.” as per staff selection


International Refereed Journal of Education


Late. Prof. A. P. Sharma

Chakoli Educational & Social Development Society Dholpur (Rajasthan) 328001


Prof. N. K. Ambasht

Former Chairman, National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), NOIDA


Prof. O.S. Dewal Prof. Arvind Pandey Prof. N.K.Ambasht Dr. D.P. Singh Dr. Vijay Grover


Dr. Alpana Sharma Mrs. Nicole Sharma (USA) Dr.Avinash Parashar (Canada) Dr. Anil Paliwal
 Dr. SadhanaTyagi Dr. Jai Dayal Singh Dr.  Jitendra Lodha Dr.Yatendra Pal


DATE OF  PUBLICATION April-June 2020 EDITION Year – 5,  Volume – 2


Chakoli Educational & Social Development Society, Dholpur (Rajasthan), India Pin – 328001

Email – chakolisociety@yahoo.in, echetana.com@gmail.com, Website-www.echetana.com

The Journal fulfills the UGC conditions listed in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Page 63, dated. July 18, 2018.” as per staff selection

Chetana Education International/April-June 2020, Year-5,  Volume-2
Sl. No. Author ARTICLE
 1 Prof. N K Ambasht A case for the “Not Rich”
 2 Dr J D Singh CIJE-FCRS Corona Era Webinar Report
3 Dr Arpita Patel Post Corona Era : Dimensions In Education
4 Heena Dawar Covid 19 – A Global Issue
5 S. Sendilvelan Higher Education In Engineering And Technology – The Present Scenario
6 Setu Ratnam Post Corona Era: Technical Education in Field of Secondary Education
7 Dr. Sumitra Devi Sharma Skill Education for Self Reliant Bharat : Gandhian Perspective and Modi’s Hope
8 Dr. Chitra Jitendra Singh Mental Hygiene Problem During Covid-19
9 अशोक धारणिया जाम्भोजी की वाणी में पर्यावरण
10 डॉ अजय कृष्ण तिवारी उच्च शिक्षा में गुणवत्ता बढ़ाने और उत्थान में प्रबंधकों की भूमिका
11 डॉ. देवदास साकेत  मूल्य बोध : एक दार्शनिक चिन्तन
12 नेहा व्यास संस्कृत धर्मशास्त्र में निहित शिक्षा-दर्शन की वर्तमान में प्रासंगिकता
13 पूनम श्रीवास्तव पश्च कोरोना काल-शिक्षा की दिशायें
14 डॉ भानु प्रताप सिंह कोविड.19 महामारी के दौरान उच्च शिक्षा का बेहतर विकल्प : इग्नू की दूरस्थ एवं मुक्त शिक्षा
15 Amit Verma  An Empirical Study of Recent Trends in Public Relations
16 Ayushi Sutaria Celebrity Endorsement and Customer Buying Intention with Relation to the Television Advertisements of Online Retailers
17 Chandan patgiri Electronic learning and education with special reference to lockdown and covid-19
18 Dr. Garima Sihag Impact of Globalization and Liberalization on Administration
19 Dr. Munmun Sharma A Correlational Study of Emotional Intelligence and Self- Concept among Adolescent Students
20 Ms. Vanita A Study of Self-Concept of Secondary School Students in Relation to their Emotional Intelligence
21 Dr. Shashikant Bhagat Impact of Re-telecast of Ramayana and Mahabharata on Doordarshan during lockdown in India
22 Dr. Yatendra Pal Home Adjustment and Social Status of Students
23 Dr.Smitaben H.Patel A study of Stress Level Higher Secondary School Student of Ahmedabad city
24 Hemlata Shukla A   Comparative   Study   of   Government   and   Private   School   Teacher’s   study habits and   their   attitude   Towards   Teaching
25 Indrajeet Kumar Betel Plant Leaf Age and Disease Detection using K-mean Clustering
26 Mr. Mukund Shukla Content Consumption Preferences of Indians amidst the 21-Day lockdown owing to COVID-19
27 Ms. Nalini Child’s Knowledge About Self- Protection From Child Sexual Abuse
28 Mr. Paras Verma Hybrid train technology
29 Minakshi Kanchan Soul and Alice : A Comparative Study between the Different Functional Modules
30 Ms.Pallabee Baral Home Environment of Students with Special Needs in Relation to their Scholastic Achievement
31 Mr. Pushp Raj Gunjan Perception of Teachers Towards Social Inquiry Model of Teaching
32 Shweta Joshi Importance of Bibliography in Research Area: A Study
33 Ms. Reetu Gupta A study about the correlation among Mathetics programming in Mathematics, attention power and perception capacity between boys and girls of middle level
34 Mr. Sher Singh Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) : Towards a Culture of Quality Education
35 Ms. Sonal Valjibhai Prajapati Corporate Social Responsibility in Gujarat
36 Mr. Vijay Bisen Design of NOMA employing f-domain equalization and recursive detection for noisy channels
37 दिलीप ढोबले  छिंदवाड़ा जिले में कृषि उत्पादकता सूचकांक में परिवर्तन का अध्ययन
38 रमेश कुमार  सामान्य एवं विकलांग किशोर विद्यार्थियों की कार्यक्षमता का अध्ययन
39 इन्दूबाला आचार्य  उच्च माध्यमिक स्तर के विद्यार्थियों की वैज्ञानिक मनोवृत्ति उन्नयन हेतु विज्ञान शिक्षकों के प्रयास एवं अनुभूत समस्याएं
40 श्रीमती किरण बिश्नोई  राजकीय उच्च माध्यमिक विद्यालयों के प्रधानाचार्यों की अनुभव के आधार पर मुक्त शैक्षिक संसाधनों के प्रति जागरूकता का अध्ययन
41 डॉ. मंजू यादव  प्राचीन मालवा की मृण्मूर्तिकला-एक सांस्कृतिक अध्ययन
42 नमिता गुप्ता  महिला सशक्तिकरण और कामकाजी महिलाओ में तुलनात्मक अध्ययन
43 रितु कुमारी जैन राजस्थान राज्य के माध्यमिक स्तर के अंग्रेजी व हिन्दी माध्यम के विद्यार्थियों की हिन्दी विषय के प्रति अध्ययन संबंधी समस्याओं अभिरूचि तथा अभिवृति का तुलनात्मक अध्ययन
44 डा समन्वय नंद माओवादी दस्तावेज ‘अर्बन पर्सपेक्टिव’ के संदर्भ में ‘शहरी नक्सल की अवधारणा’ का मूल्यांकन
45 संजीव कुमार जम्मू-कश्मीर के संदर्भ में डा. भीमराव आम्बेडकर के विचार: प्रासंगिकता के विविध पक्ष
46 चंदन आनंद माओवादी विचार के प्रसार में मीडिया की भूमिका
47 डॉ. रोहिताश कुमार संत दादू दयाल के विचारों के आधुनिक निहितार्थ

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Chetana is an international educational journal published by Pt. Chakoli Ram Educational and Social Development Society, Dholpur, Rajasthan.  Its first issue, named as CHETANA, was published in 2008-09. It accepted articles, containing any sort of educational issues relating to human life. However, looking to its popularity and a large number of reading clients, since 2016 onwards the journal has been promoted to an international level. Now the journal is known as “Chetana International Journal of Education” and would go on accepting articles from most contributors who highlight some kind of human issues and provide their probable solutions. If such contributions reach the editors at least one month before the publication of the journal they are likely to be accepted. Articles received later on and are worth publication, could be likely to be considered by the editorial board for the next issue. The editorial board has the sole right to accept or reject an article for publication. If an article is found unsuitable, it may be rejected and sent back to the author. The contributors, whose articles are accepted, will always be informed before its publication provided the authors’ addresses, emails, and phone numbers are provided to the editorial board.

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