Volume 6 ISSUE 3 MARCH-2019

1.TRANSFORMATION FROM GENDER INEQUALITY TO GENDER PARITY

   Dr. Vipinder Nagra: D.AV. College of Education Hoshiarpur.
   Page No:1-6
   DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010255


2.ROLES OF TEACHERS AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS TOWARDS GENDER SENSITIZATION: AN APPRAISAL STUDY

   Dr. Manminder Kaur: B.C.M. College of Education,Ludhiana

   Page No:7-13
   DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010256

 

3. EFFECTIVENESS OF GENDER STUDIES COURSE WORK ON TEACHER TRAINEES’ PERCEPTIONS, CONCEPTIONS AND                    EXPRESSION REGARDING GENDER ISSUES

    Dr. Geeta Pathak: Guru Ramdass College of Education (Affiliated to GGSIPU,Delhi)

    Page No:14-23
    DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010257


4. A STUDY OF SELF-CONCEPT OF HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS ON THE BASIS OF GENDER

    Mrs. Ravinder Pal Kaur: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education & Research, Mumbai

    Page No:24-29
    DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010258


5. A STUDY OF ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS TOWARDS WOMEN’S STATUS IN SOCIETY

    Ms. Deepa Savalani: The Lords Universal College of Education, Malad (East)

    Page No:30-35
    DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010259

 

6. PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY

   Sandeep Bajirao Bodke: Gokhale Education Society’s: College of Education & Research, Parel, Mumbai-12

   Page No:36-38
   DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010260

 

7. DECISION MAKING ABILITY AMONG MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS OF JUNIOR COLLEGE, BORIVALI 

    Presented by Megha D Gokhe: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education and Research Kandivali (East), Mumbai

    Page No:39-43
    DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010261

 

8. ASTUDY OF THE ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS TOWARDS TRANSGENDER

    Mrs Foram Patel: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education and Research, Kandivali-E, Mumbai.

    Page No:44-48
    DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010262

 

9.ROLE OF WOMEN IN MASS MEDIA

   Prin.Dr.Priti Chauhan:R.K.Desai College of Education Vapi, Gujarat

   Page No:49-52
   DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010263

 

10. FACES OF INEQUALITY IN SOCIETY AND ITS SOLUTIONS

      Dr. Uday Mehta: Pal Rajendra B. Ed. College, Mumbai
      Bhavna Lachhani: Pal Rajendra B. Ed. College, Mumbai
      Page No:53-61
      DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010264

 

11  FACES OF INEQUALITY IN SOCIETY AND ITS SOLUTIONS: A STUDY

      Dr. Ashwani Rana: CT University, Ludhiana (Punjab)

      Page No:62-70
      DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010265

 

12.METHODOLOGY TO DEVELOP GENDER PARITY IN THE LEARNERS

     Mrs. Dipali S. Patel M.Sc (Physics), M.Ed: R. K. Desai College of Education, Vapi-Gujarat

     Page No:71-75
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010266

 

13.DOES GENDER INEQUALITY IMPACT ON RATE OF FERTILITY IN RURAL INDIA?
     Basundhara Kumari: Gautam Buddha Teacher Training College Hazaribag Jharkhand.

     Page No:76-82
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010267

 

14.GENDER INEQUALITY

     Miss.Astha Pankajbhai Rana: R.K.Desai College of Education-Vapi,(Gujarat

     Page No:83-84
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010268

 

15.FACES OF INEQUALITIES IN SOCIETY AND ITS SOLUTIONS

     Mrs. Sangeeta Anilkumar Nirmal, Mr. Ankit Vishwakarma: Patkar-Varde College, Goregaon (west)

     Ms. Divya Varunkar, Ms. Mansi Dua: Patkar-Varde College, Goregaon (west)

     Page No:85-91
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010269

 

16.FACES OF INEQUALITY IN SOCIETY AND ITS SOLUTIONS

     Hetal J. Upadhyay: Late M.C.Paramar B.ed College, Khatamba, Vadodra

     Page No:92-93
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010270

 

17.MUKTANGAN’S TEACHER’S ROLE: THE AGENT OF CHANGE FOR BRINGING GENDER PARITY IN THE SOCIETY
     Ujwala Dali (Subject faculty of Maths): Muktangan
     Vidya Alle (Subject faculty of Maths): Muktangan
     Renu Chatla (Subject faculty of Maths): Muktangan

     Page No:94-97
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010271

 

18.TO EXAMINE THE ATTITUDE TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY AT WORK

     Mrs. Ravneet Kaur: Innocent Hearts College of Education Jalandhar, Punjab India.

     Page No:98-101
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010272

 

19.GENDER EQUALITY AT CROSS ROADS: PROMISES TO KEEP

     Mr. Rajkumar B. Nanaware: IASE (MHRD) R. V. Teachers College, Bangalore

     Page No:102-109
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010273

 

20.GENDER INEQUALITY TO GENDER EQUALITY: A CHANGING PERCEPTIONS ABOUT GENDER IN INDIA

     Mrs. Priyanka Patel:Thakur Shyamnarayan college of Education and Research Thakur village, Kandivali east-400101

     Page No:110-116
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010274

 

21.GENDER STUDIES: NEW STRATEGIES FOR SIMPLIFYING CONCEPTS

     Ms. Prathna Lakhiani: Royal College of Education and Research for Women. Miraroad (E)

     Page No:117-120
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010275

 

22.GENDER PARITY IN SAIEC A SUCCESS STORY

     Sri Prabhat Kumar Misra: P.O-Kodala, Ganjam,(Odisha) H.M, Belajhari Project Vidyapeeth

     Page No:121-126
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010276

 

23.TEACHER; THE AGENT OF CHANGE FOR BRINGING GENDER PARITY IN THE SOCIETY

     Dr. Nafisa Roopawalla: Pal Rajendra B.Ed College Kandivali (E) Mumbai
     Page No:127-132
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010277

 

24.INEQUALITY BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN

     Miss.Mansi A.Desai: R.K.Desai College of Education-Vapi (Gujarat)

     Page No:133-135
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010278

 

25.THE ENIGMA OF FEMININE EXISTENTIALISM IN ARUNDHATI ROY’S GOD OF SMALL THINGS

     Nidhi Chouhan: Amity University, Gurgaon; Amity School of Liberal A

     Page No:136-141
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010279

 

26.ASMALL STEP TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY: THE MUKTANGAN WAY
    Jitender J. Pawar,: Muktangan, Muktangan Educational and Research Centre Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli, Mumbai

    Page No:142-148
    DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010280

 

27.TEACHER; THE AGENT OFCHANGE FOR BRINGING GENDER PARITY IN THE SOCIETY

     Rubina Alli Hans: Aishabai College of Education, JJ Hospital Compound, Byculla, Mumbai

     Page No:149-155
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010281

 

28.ATTITUDINAL CHALLENGES IN THE JOURNEY OF ACHIVING GENDER PARITY

     Riya Parekh: R.K.Desai College of Education Vapi, Gujarat

     Page No:156-158
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010282

 

29.WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: A BRIDGE TO BRING GENDER PARITY IN SOCIETY

     Ms. Rinkle Mukesh Patel: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education & Research Kandivali, Mumbai.

     Page No:159-163
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010283

 

30.TEACHER; THE AGENT OF CHANGE FOR BRINGING GENDER PARITY IN THE SOCIETY

     Richa Jain: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education and Research

     Page No:164-170
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010284

 

31 .FACES OF INEQUALITY IN SOCIETY AND ITS SOLUTION

     Suraj Rajdeo Vishwakarma: Pal Rajendra B. Ed. College

     Page No:171-175
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010285

 

32.GENDER PARITY IN THE BEHAVIOR OF STUDENTS THROUGH CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AT SCHOOL LEVEL
     Taksha I.Shambharkar: Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriy Hindi Vishwavidyalay

     Page No:176-179
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010286

 

33.YOGA FOR GENDER-BASED EMPOWERMENT

     Tilak Raj Gaur: Bhagwant University, Ajmer

     Page No:180-184
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010287

 

34.THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN GENDER EQUALITY

     Dr. Vaishali B Desai: R. K. Desai College of Education, Vapi.

     Page No:185-188
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010288

 

35.ASTUDY TO DEVELOP POSITIVE OUTLOOK AND RESPECT TOWARDS OPPOSITE SEX

     Dipu Mehta: Pragnya Bodhini High School, Mumbai 

     Page No:189-191
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010289

 

36.TEACHER’S ROLE IN PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY

     Sandesh Jugnake: University of Mumbai 

     Page No:192-197
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010290

 

37.CLEAN AND HEALTHY ME: AWARENESS ON PERSONAL HYGIENE AND MENSTRUAL HYGIENE

     Ms. Shenaz Latheef Khan: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education & Research, Kandivali {E}, Mumbai.

     Page No:198-201
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010291

 

38.MAKING THE INDIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM GENDER SENSITIVE

     Ruwab Khemchandani: Institute of Behavioral Science, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University 

     Dr. Priyanka Kacker: Institute of Behavioral Science, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University.

     Page No:202-207
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010292

 

39.TEACHER AS THE AGENT OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN GENDER EQUALITY

     Sonal Gurudas Chavan,: Royal College of Education For Women’s,Mira-Road, Mumbai.

     Page No:208-213
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010293

 

40.GENDER DISPARITY IN EDUCATION AND SOCIETY TOWARDS WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

     Dr. Shesh Kumar R. Sharma: SOE, MGAHV

     Page No:214-219
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010294

 

41.GENDER EQUALITY: A MYTH OR REALITY FOR THE WOMEN OF INDIA

     Ms. Anju Chaplot: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education & Research,Kandivali (E), 
     Page No:220-225
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010295

 

42.GENDER SENSITIZATION – EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITIES IN INDAIN CONTEXT
     Mudra Mehta J: Thakur Shyamnarayan College of Education and Research, Mumbai

     Page No:226-229
     DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010296

 

43. FACES OF INEQUALITY IN SOCIETY AND ITS SOLUTIONS

      Smruti S. Salve; Aishabai College of Education

      Page No:230-234
      DOI:16.10089.JASC.2018.V6I3.453459.5050010297