A STUDY ON WOMEN WORK LIFE BALANCE IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

Author Name(s) :
Mrs. Devi Priya R

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IMPACT OF SPORTS VISION TRAINING AND IMAGERY TRAINING ON PLAYING ABILITY OF MALE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

Author Name(s) :
P. RAJINIKANTH and M. RAJASHEKARAN

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Fortes, L. S., Freitas-Júnior, C. G., Paes, P. P., Vieira, L. F., Nascimento-Júnior, J. R., Lima-Júnior, D. R. A. A., & Ferreira, M. E. (2020). Effect of an eight-week imagery training programme on passing decision-making of young volleyball players. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology18(1), 120-128.

Afrouzeh, M., Sohrabi, M., Torbati, H. R. T., Gorgin, F., & Mallett, C. (2013). Effect of PETTLEP imagery training on learning of new skills in novice volleyball players. Life Science Journal10(1), 231-238.

Ay, K., Halaweh, R., & Al-Taieb, M. (2013). The effect of movement imagery training on learning forearm pass in volleyball. Education134(2), 227-239.

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INTEGRATION OF ROBOTICS IN EDUCATION; INFLUENCE ON TEACHING- LEARNING PROCESS: NEW TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION

Author Name(s) :
DR. CHALA WATA DERESO, DR. OMPRAKASH, DR. ANCHAL PATHAK, and DR. MAHESWARAN MUTHURAMAN
  • and only basic knowledge on the use of computers are accepted.

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  2. Bredenfeld, A., Hofmann, A., & Steinbauer, G. (2010). Robotics in education initiatives in Europe: Status, shortcomings and open questions. In E. Menegatti (ed.), Proceedings of International Conference on Simulation, Modeling and Programming for Autonomous Robots (SIMPAR 2010) Workshops (pp. 568-574). Darmstadt. Retrieved 10 December 2012, from http://www.2010.simpar.org/ws/sites/teachingrobots.html.
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A STUDY ON GROWTH OF ONLINE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

Author Name(s) :
DR.JASMINEDEPORAL, G.D, N.GAYATRI, S.HAREDEVI

REFERENCE

  • Mustafa, (2021),et al., “Exploring the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on women entrepreneurs in Pakistan”, International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, Vol.13, Pp.187-203
  • Genc & Oksuz (2015), “A Fact or an Illusion: Effective Social Media Usage of Female Entrepreneurs”, Published by Elsevier Ltd.
  • Merza, (2018), “The Role and Importance of Social Media on Women Entrepreneurship”.
  • Rahayu, (2021), et al., “Women Entrepreneurs and the usage of social media for Business sustainability in the Time of COVID -19”, Research Square.
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