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Editorial for GOLDEN RESEARCH THOUGHTS July 2013:
Volume III, Issue I / July 2013 makes available in the international researcharena a significant number of valuable articles that indubitably will draw the attention of both scholars and a generally cultivated and eager audience.
Traditionally with the journal, the July Issue varies in fields of research and contributes significantly to modalities of approaching contemporary issues that have an impact on our daily lives. From science to social sciences, from literary studies to studies in religion and philosophy, from technical studies to the technology of information, the new issue of Golden Research Thoughts certainly opens new perspectives and invites to a collaborative approach among scholars, researchers, and the generally educated public.
To emphasize the diversity of the thematics tackled in this new issue, we shall briefly refer to some articles that sustain the multidisciplinary profile of the journal.
The study “Village Level Soil Thematic Information System: A GIS Approach. Case study of selected villages in Ausgram Block, Burdwan District, West Bengal, India,” by C. Prakasam, stipulates the importance of soil and its properties as well as the necessity of its studying under the circumstances of existing problematic uses of it. Applied to then villages from the Ausgram block, India, the article approaches the problematic of soil properties and its usage in a scientific way.
“Morphometric Analysis of Kurunda River Basin in Maharashtra, India”, by BalajiAvhad andAvinashKadam, addresses the particular case of Kurunda River Basin, establishing the relationships between drainage characteristics and environmental aspects. The correlation is necessary for any appropriate planning and management of developmental plans in the area.
The article “Analysis of Factors Associated will Tourism Development in MasjadSoleiman using SWOT Strategic Model”, written by Mahmoudi Mohammad Reza and Arun Das, observes the particular case of MasjadSoleiman city as a potentially attractive touristic area. The authors deal both with the problems that determine the city’s lack of touristic popularity and with its strong points that would transform the area into a developed tourist – focused location.
ChawanPremsing, in “Role of AryaSamaj Movement in the Liberation of Hyderabad – Karnataka”, deals with the significance of AryaSamaj, the organization founded by Swami DayanandSaraswati, in making Hyderabad – Karnataka a free zone, part of the Indian Union, starting with 1948, against the atrocities of therazakars and Nizam.
“A Philosophical Study of Gender Inequality between Male and Female” – authored by Minakshi Das – states that the position of women in most cultures has constantly been a problematic one in terms of women’s opportunity or asserting their potentialities. The article deals with feminist ethics and computer ethics in the technologized contemporary society.
The triangle - landless agricultural labourers, capitalist landlords and Government – in the context of British agrarian revenue policy constitutes a challenging invitation to a history lesson based on the concrete case of the Thanjavur District. The author, C. Veluchamy, in “british Agrarian Revenue Policy: landless Agricultural Labourers and Capitalist Landlords – a Triangle relation in Thanjavur District”, explores the Zamindars’ evolution from high castes to new profession followers in the cities and the constant, time-lasting suffering of the landless workers.
A land of cultural traditions and natural beauty, Jammu and Kashmir state is presented as a must-see attraction of India, in Khalid Hussain’s “Identification and Potential of Tourist Destinations: A Case Study of Patnitop Area of Udhampur District, Jammu & Kashmir.” Against this general context, the article focuses on the particular case of Patnitop area, unveiling the reasons for which this makes a necessary visiting place: music, dance, painting, customs and varied languages.
“Indian Agriculture: Performance and Challenges”, by V.N. Joshi and Adgaonkar Ganesh deals with the necessity of accelerating the growth of agriculture production both to achieve a GDP of 8% and to increase the incomes of the population solely dependent on it. The necessity of an increase in productivity is supported by India’s being a country for which agriculture represents an important sector both at an individual and at a national level.
“Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) programme for Commerce Stream Students Having Different Educational Achievement Levels”, proposed by Rita Chhaganbhai Patel, an experimental based research work, studies the construction and effectiveness of the CAI Program for commerce stream students with various educational levels. The particular case is discussed against the overall importance of using computers in contemporary society, in all fields of activity.
The thematic variety of the outlined articles and, by extension, of the entire new issue justifies the multidisciplinary profile of Golden Research Thoughts, which definitely constitutes a modern and interactive approach of our complex world.
Therefore, we invite readers from the academic community and from the general public to browse the articles, benefit the consistency of the content and the thematic plurality.
Ecaterina Patrascu
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