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The present study highlights the effectiveness of problem solving strategies for learning mathematics to rural high school students. This study aims to contribute to the understanding of how the teaching of problem solving strategies and strategy thinking in mathematics can be organized in a regular classroom setting and how this affects rural students’ learning in mathematics. We start by discussing the nature of the concept of strategy in relation to the concepts of method and algorithm. After administering problem solving strategies were implemented for period of one month. Using pre and post tests, we compare the development of the students’ conceptual and procedural abilities with a control group. In addition, we use the post test to investigate the students’ use of problem solving strategies. The results suggest that these activities improve students’ ability to use problem solving strategies. Moreover, significant differences were found in conceptual and procedural abilities in mathematics, the experimental group improving more than the control group.
Problem Solving Strategies, Learning Mathematics, Rural High School Students.
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This paper will focus on the Macro Economic Issues and Challenges facing India in the Recession Period. According to the National Bureau of Economic Research (the official arbiter of U.S. recessions), there were 10 recessions between 1948 and 2011. The most recent recession started in December 2007 and ended in June 2009. An Economic downturn is nothing but a Business cycle contraction, a general slowdown in economic activity or macro-economic indicators. The recession is neither unpredictable nor enigmatic. The secondary data for this paper have been collected from various sources such as journals, online bulletin etc. The researcher has used so many components for analysis like the GDP forecast comparison, Various Macro-Economic Indicators, Current Account Deficits (CAD) evaluation, Inflationary pressures, Employment Creation, Fiscal Consolidation measures and deficits etc.
Recession, Economy, GDP, Inflation, Recession, Investment, Inflation.
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The banking sector has played a vital role in the overall economic development of the country right from the time of nationalization. Due to globalization the Indian Public sector banks have been facing keen competition from the Private Sector and Foreign banks. The banking industry, which is a part of the service sector, has undergone tremendous changes mainly to keep pace with fast changing global business.The economic reforms paved the way for the competition as the mantra for the survival of the banks in particular and all other concerns in general. Regional rural banks are operating in financial system mainly to achieve the global bench mark by diversifying its banking activities to the changing banking global environment. Public sector banks including regional rural banks could not tune themselves to the globalised standards. The economic reforms guided the public sector to equip to meet all the challenges of the globalised scenario, failing which, privatization is unavoidable Economic liberalization could provide disinvestment and divestment also. This is very essential not only for their survival but also for robust growth at a global level. Innovation of new banking services is the need of the hour; as such every bank may ponder whether it will opt for the mega event by that the rural banks can achieve transformations in its operations and marketing of its services in the competitive market.
Regional Rural Banks, One Sample Statistics
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Evaluation of probiotic potential of novel candidate Enterobacter avium strain chick faecalborne Alcaligenes faecalis
01. Vinothini V. M.(Post Graduate Department of Microbiology, Standard Fireworks Rajaratnam College )
02. Radhathirum alaiarasu, S.(Post Graduate Department of Microbiology, Standard Fireworks Rajaratnam College)
Consumers and regulatory agencies have reduced or even eliminated the use of antibiotics in food producing animals. This created a need to find alternatives to maintain healthy and productive animals. Probiotics were employed as a good alternative treatment strategy through oral bacteriotherapy for curing many diseases of human and animals. The present work was performed to isolate and characterized properties of probiotic Enterococci. For this purpose the antagonistic activity of E. avium probiotic was evaluated which posses the ability to suppress growth of opportunistic pathogen A. faecalis associated with bacteremia and respiratory infections in chick. As the E. avium fed chick recovered and showed improved growth and body weight they offers a potential novel candidate for controlling infection in chick.
probiotics, Enterococci, antagonistic properties, A. faecalis