IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS)

September. 2017 Volume 22 - Issue 9

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Impact of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in the Development of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises the Case of Uttar Pradesh, India(An Empirical Study)
Country : India
Authors : Vani Kapoor || Vatsal Dhaka
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Abstract: The project aims to see the kind of impact that microfinance institutions (MFIs) have on the growth and development of micro small medium enterprises (MSMEs). This paper tries to do the same by surveying 67 MSME owners in Uttar Pradesh in the scope of 6 villages in the Ghaziabad and Baghpat district namely,Khurrumpur, Suhana, Khindaura, Patla, Salemabad, Mavikala. The respondents were surveyed on various characteristic variables including age, gender etc. and their view towards MFI credit. The analysis was done looking at the post credit impact on factors such as profitability, physical assets, and capital structure. The analysis was done using statistical software Microsoft Excel,....................

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Micro Finance Existence in Global Competition: Case Study of Balinese Traditional Microfinance Institution
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Ida Bagus Putu Purbadharmaja || Ni Made Tisnawati || Ni Putu Wiwin Setyari
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Abstract: Lembaga Perkreditan Desa or LPD is a traditional micro finance institution in Bali. It's called traditional because they operate based on local government regulation which is roots from traditional village rules (namely awig-awig). Both of LPD strength and weakness lies on their limited operational areas within a traditional village as tightly regulated in awig awig. This study was conducted to map out the LPD ability to face financial inclusion challenge, especially in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) era that forced LPD to compete with other financial institutions including overseas banks. The result indicates if the LPD has its own place in the course of economic development and the traditional............

Keywords:microfinance institution; Lembaga Perkreditan Desa (LPD); traditional village custom; ASEAN Economic Community (AEC); financial inclusion.

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A Multifaceted Perspective (pp. 40-58). Washington D.C.: The World Bank.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Structure and Functions of the World Health Organization
Country : India.
Authors : Manish Kumar Yadav
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Abstract: WHO Constitution states that ‗Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity'. WHO, the parent organisation being ECOSOC is a major spoke in the wheel of United Nations common family system. It has been also in the past and in the present actively and symbiotically involved in improving international public health as well as intervening in humanitarian crises on the issues of health and well-being. Its complementary role with other important international and national actors like ICRC, UNCERF, UNDAC, EM-DAT and NDMA in West Asia, Africa, Latin America, South and South East Asia cannot be understated in contemporary ..........

Keywords:Alma Ata Declaration-1978, Bamako Initiative, Bare foot Doctors, Beijing Declaration, Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), Child Survival and Development Revolution-CSDR, Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever, Emergency Medical Teams-EMT, EWARS: The Early Warning Alert and Response System, DNA (Damage and Needs Assessment), Executive Board, Global Alliance for Vaccines.............

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of Mediation Integration in the Examination Process at the Sharia Court Of Aceh
Country : Indonesia.
Authors : Dr. (cand) Muzakkir Abubakar || Dr. Syahrizal Abbas || Dr. Iman Jauhari || Dr. M. Saleh Sjafei
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Abstract: Dispute resolution in society can be madepeacefully out of court or through an authorized court, depending on the willingness of the parties concerned. Consequently, the parties to the dispute must follow the procedures applicable to each dispute resolution system. With the issuance of Supreme Court Regulation No. 1 of 2016 on mediation procedures in court has required all parties litigating through the judiciary to pursue mediation procedures, which is one ofout the court methods known for resolving a dispute. Thus, the mediation has been integrated into the dispute resolution process through the courts, including the Sharia Court. The problem is how the implementation of mediation integration in the examination process at the Aceh Sharia Court was.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Status of Household Food Security in the Tea Gardens of Jalpaiguri District in West Bengal, India
Country : India.
Authors : Abhijit Dutta || Ranjan Basu
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Abstract: The tea gardens of Jalpaiguri district located in Northern part of West Bengal, has been facing a severe crisis for the past couple of years. The situation is complex, with different versions and explanations, and indeed a vicious cycle of poverty affecting huge number of people involved in those tea gardens as workers. The growing trend of lockouts in the plantation farms leads to an abrupt reduction in income generation and ultimately food insecurity as well as malnutrition. The long tragedy of deprivation instigated a series of strikes and even cases of violent confrontations. Many Non Government Organizations conducted a number of studies on the issues related to tea gardens during last decade............

Keywords: food security index, government intervention, lockouts, malnutrition, vicious cycle of poverty

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The 'Community' in 'Community Social Work'
Country : India.
Authors : Mini Pradeep K.P. || Dr. K. Sathyamurthi PhD
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Abstract: Community means different things to different people. There are numerous definitions and various theories used to analyze the concept of community. Community, in many ways represents a valid and meaningful social concept that has found a prominent place in social work practice. Community social work signifies 'the practice of professional social work with communities as target population or setting for interventions'. Communities are the context for community social work and community social work recognizes the diversity of communities. So, understanding different perspectives and dimensions of community is significant for effective community social work practice. This article reviews the concept,............

Keywords: Community, Community Social Work, Social Work

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The chronicle of caste and the medical profession in India
Country : India.
Authors : Pravinkumar Shirsat
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Abstract: Caste has always been an important feature of Indian society. Historically it has determined the occupational pattern and allotted social positions to individuals differentially. The divisive system of caste was cleverly used by the colonizers to rule the vast Indian land. The modern development that took place during colonial period should have reoriented the production relations as in the west. In India it could not escape the caste connections and the caste organization maintain the prevailing production relations in the society. The new modern professions accepted by the changing Indian society has caste attributes to act as a social closure for downtrodden castes. Medical profession being highly rewarding remained in the hands of social elite in these developments.

Keywords: Caste, Governmentality, Medical profession, Modernity, Social closure

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Effect of Bhastrika and Nadisodhan Pranayama on Selected Physiological Functions of Sedentary Women
Country : Ethiopia.
Authors : Manju Jha || Bharati Rajak || Hrishikesh Patel
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Abstract: Aim of the present study is to assess the effect of six weeks yoga and pranayama effect on peak flow meter (PFR), heart rate (HR), systolic blood pressure (SBP), and diastolic blood pressure (DBP). Total 70 female subjects have been selected, aged 25-40 Years, from Raipur. All the female subjects were living sedentary life style. The Bhastirka Pranayama and Nadisodhan Pranayama was given for 6 weeks, 5 days in a week for 20 to 25 minutes. PFR (litter/min) was measured with the help of peak flow meter, HR (beats/min), SBP (mmHg), and DBP (mmHg) were measured with the help of digital sphygmomanometer. Descriptive and inferential (ANOVA) analyses were employed to draw meaningful result and conclusion. Results of the present revealed significant (p<0.05) improvement in PFR and HR. the systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure did not show significant changes. More study on large sample is required to draw more robust conclusion.

Keywords: bhastrika pranayama, nadisodhan pranayama, peak flow meter, heart rate, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure

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