International Journal of Applied Research

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ISSN / EISSN: 23947500 / 23945869
Published by: AkiNik Publications
Total articles ≅ 575

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Nirbhay Raj, Nishi Kumari, Nikhil Kumar, Mohit Kumar Gupta
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 200-204;

Introduction: Teleconsultations are a useful approach for triaging patients and reducing unnecessary visits to emergency departments. Scheduled teleconsultations allow the evaluation, monitoring, and follow-up of outpatients who do not require face-to-face assessment. Teleconsultations bring multiple possibilities in the case of pandemic, where authorities may request or impose community isolation, closing of borders, limitation on the means of transportation, and so on, Teleconsultation in healthcare can be used to provide telecare, offer remote assistance, and help with administrative management of patients, triage, follow-up, meetings, and technical discussions among physicians in different locations, among others.Methodology: To conduct research study in Narayan Institute of Agricultural Sciences, a written permission will be obtained from Dean-cum-Principal of the college before starting the study. Written consent will be obtained from the sample. Anonymity and confidentiality of the information will be maintained; in this study Quantitative research approach was used; pre-test post-test research design was used; in this study the variables used were Independent: Socio- Demographic Variables; Dependent STP; the study was conducted in Narayan Institute of Agricultural Sciences Jamuhar, Sasaram; the target population was B.Sc. Agriculture 4th year students; sampling technique was Purposive sampling technique; sample size was 60; Socio-Demographic variables & Self-Structured Questionnaire was used; the tool was submitted to 4 experts; Reliability of the tool was checked by Karl Pearson’s Formulae and the correlational coefficients r=0.75; 10% of the total sample fulfilled the inclusion criteria and were selected using purposive sampling technique; The obtained was analysed by Descriptive and Inferential statistics. Results: The current study shows that the 5-point Likert scale was used to determine the level of knowledge among the samples, where majority of the sample depicted very aware at 36.6 placing them as adequately informed. Association was only found in the category gender, years of using phone, and preference during sickness [n=60 (0.004, 95%, df=4); n=60 (0.006, 95%, df=12); n=60 (0.02, 95%, df=4)] In this study data revealed that was found that, P value and statical significance: the two-tailed P value is less than 0.0001, by conventional criteria, this difference is considered to be extremely statically significant.Conclusion: Among the available sample, majority of the sample depicted had pre-test knowledge of Unaware (n=27) 45%; Neither Unaware nor Aware (n=17) 28.33%; Aware (n=9) 15%; Very Unaware (n=7) 11.66%. Hence, majority of the population had below average knowledge and majority of the sample had post-test knowledge of Very aware (n=22) 36.66%; Aware (n=19) 31.66%; Neither Unaware nor Aware (n=11) 18.33%; Very Unaware (n=5) 8.33%; Unaware (n=3) 5%. Hence, majority of the population had above average knowledge, so there was significant effectiveness of STP on teleconsultation. Association related to socio demographic data and level of knowledge revealed that, for gender n=60 (0.004, 95%, df=4); age group n=60 (0.89, 95%, df=4); annual family income n=60 (0.82, 95%, df=12); occupation of father n=60 (0.60, 95%, df=12); use of smartphone n=60 (0.74, 95%, df=8); years of using phone n=60 (0.006, 95%, df=12); preference during sickness n=60 (0.02, 95%, df=4); area n=60 (0.29, 95%, df=8); experience of teleconsultation n=60 (0.50, 95%, df=4); association was only found in the category gender, years of using phone, and preference during sickness.
Anup Biswas
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 112-116;

This research provides a historical perspective on Islamic education in Medieval Bengal from the 13th to 16th century. Based on a comprehensive analysis of primary and secondary sources, the study reveals that traditional Islamic sciences, including Quranic studies, hadith, fish, and Arabic language, were the primary focus of Islamic education in the region. Traditional pedagogical approaches, such as memorization, recitation, and rote learning, were widely used, with teachers and scholars playing a central role in education. The study also highlights the challenges and opportunities faced by Islamic education, including the influence of Sufism and patronage of kings, which contributed to the growth of educational institutions in the region.
Jigyasa Pandey, Paras Ram Ghasiya
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 32-35;

Sustainable Development (SD) has become a popular catchphrase in contemporary development discourse. However, in spite of its pervasiveness and the massive popularity it has garnered over the years, the concept still seems unclear as many people continue to ask questions about its meaning and history, as well as what it entails and implies for development theory and practice. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the discourse on SD by further explaining the paradigm and its implications for human thinking and actions in the quest for sustainable development. This is done through extensive literature review, combining aspects of the “Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines and the Recursive Content Abstraction (RCA) analytical approach. The paper finds and argues that the entire issue of sustainable development centre around inter- and intra-generational equity anchored essentially on three-dimensional distinct but interconnected pillars, namely the environment, economy, and society. Decision-makers need to be constantly mindful of the relationships, complementarities, and tradeoffs among these pillars and ensure responsible human behaviour and actions at the international, national, community and individual levels in order to uphold and promote the tenets of this paradigm in the interest of human development. More needs to be done by the key players— particularly the United Nations (UN), governments, private sector, and civil society organizations—in terms of policies, education and regulation on social, economic and environmental resource management to ensure that everyone is sustainable development aware, conscious, cultured and compliant.
Sanju Kumari
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 29-31;

In present scenario an individual must know the financial management. Economic independence of any person is dependent upon education, Age, income, occupation, marital status, saving and investment habits. The more the women is financially literate, the more secure and confident she will become. Economic independence differences are highly correlated with marital status and age in both genders. Rates of Low literacy severely impact the lifestyle of women, resulting they work hard, spending more time to pay debts and hence increasing its value, settling sometimes for earning less. A great change can be done by giving Financial Management Education to Women. This research paper studies about this topic in detail.
रितु मुक्ता लकड़ा
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 74-77;

करियर किसी के भी जीवन का एक बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण पहलू है। शुरुआत में ही किसी विशेष स्ट्रीम या प्रोफेशन में करियर चुनने का छात्र के भविष्य पर लंबे समय तक प्रभाव पड़ता है। किसी भी छात्र के लिए यह बहुत जरूरी है कि वह अपनी रुचि के अनुसार विभिन्न विषयों में से सावधानीपूर्वक विषय का चयन करे। सही विषय का चुनाव सबसे महत्वपूर्ण निर्णयों में से एक है।विषयों में विस्तृत विकल्प हैंय इसलिए, वे भ्रमित हैं कि उन्हें अपने सही भविष्य के लिए कौन सा विषय चुनना चाहिए। उनके करियर के लिए सही विषय का चयन करना बहुत मुश्किल काम है। इस स्तर पर छात्रों को उचित मार्गदर्शन की सख्त जरूरत है। मार्गदर्शन के स्रोत स्कूल के प्रशासक और कर्मचारी, वरिष्ठ नागरिक, मित्र, माता-पिता, पड़ोसी, प्रिंट और वीडियो मीडिया हैं। माध्यमिक और उच्चतर माध्यमिक शिक्षा सामान्य शिक्षा प्रणाली में महत्वपूर्ण टर्मिनल चरण हैं। इस स्तर पर, युवा निर्णय लेते हैं कि उच्च शिक्षा प्राप्त करना है या तकनीकी प्रशिक्षण का विकल्प चुनना है या कार्यबल में शामिल होना है। किसी विषय में रुचि होना एक मानसिक संसाधन है जो सीखने को बढ़ाता है, जिससे बेहतर प्रदर्शन और उपलब्धि प्राप्त होती है। इसलिए...
Dharshini Ganesan, Silu Kumari Patro, Vibha Viswanath, Varsha Naveen
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 05-09;

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic was followed by the continuous transmission of information via media channels. Here the “infodemic” brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic was examined, and its impact on people’s levels of irritability was quantified. It was hypothesized that the type of media consumed by individuals would cause a significant difference in the levels of irritability and that consuming more news would result in higher irritability levels. It was also hypothesized that there would be a considerable variation in irritability between males and females based on news intake. 307 participants, both male, and female, with ages ranging from 16 to 62 were surveyed for data. The participants’ usage of T.V., internet, and newspapers was assessed using the National Stock Exchange Media Consumption Behaviour Test. The Brief Irritability Test was used to determine the levels of irritability in individuals. Mean and Standard Deviation were calculated and one-way ANOVA was used to analyse the scores. The results concluded that. T.V. consumers who spent more hours consuming news experienced higher levels of irritability. Females were more irritable than males while consuming news through all three media.
Rachana G Rai, Hutoxi Writer
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 10-15;

Purpose: The purpose of the study was to find out the utility of the items of Paediatric Balance Scale to assess the development of postural control in children from the age group of 3 to 10 years of age.Relevance: Despite the importance of Postural Control Development we don’t have established measures for evaluating postural control for school- aged children in our country.Participants: This study included 160 school-aged children from the age of 3 to 10 years. The children were divided in 7 groups each of 20 children, 10 Male and 10 Female.Methods: The above study was an experimental design and correlational study for school children of age group of 3 to 10 years of age who were able to walk and stand independently without support. The children below 3 years and above 10 years and all the children who cannot maintain standing independently and have any abnormal disease process were excluded from the study.Analysis: The data was analysed using the Mann- Whitney Test and Ordinal Regression Analysis Results: Mann- Whitney Test and showed a significant progressive increase in Paediatric Berg Balance Scale Scores as age advances from 3 to 10 years of age. Ordinal Regression Analysis revealed that Item no 6,7,8,9,11,14 were found to be more sensitive out of the 14 items. There was a significant difference in males and females in 8 and 9 years of age.Conclusion: There was a positive correlation between Paediatric Balance Scores and Age. Six items were found to sensitive in evaluating development of postural control in childrenImplications: For assessing the postural control development, introduction of Paediatric Balance Scale in our school settings which are less time consumable and easy to administer is a must.
Rupsi Kumari, Deepak Kumar
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 01-04;

Because of the cutting-edge technology, online courses provide students the freedom to study wherever there is internet and let them communicate with professors who are located far away. Online courses are predicted to replace the conventional method of learning, which involves attending classes in a physical classroom, because of its ease. Schools all throughout the globe temporarily switched from using physical classrooms as their primary method of instruction to using online classes exclusively after the COVID epidemic broke out in 2020. The effectiveness of both physical classrooms and online programs might be improved with input from students. Students who have taken both physical classes and online courses at COVID in 2020 are given online surveys as part of this research. The purpose of this research is to compare and contrast the efficacy of traditional campus-based education with that of online learning. Feedback is gathered to evaluate the effectiveness of offline instruction against online learning; variables that affect the efficiency difference are examined and recommendations are made for improving the learning experience.
Mansour S Alshamrani, Wail A Ashour, Kamel M Alluhaybi, Sameer H Zailaa, Awatif I Hawsawi, Muhanna A Mulla, Mohammed M Alsobaihi, Mohammed S Alshamrani, Walaa M Basnan, Aisha M Jambi
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 203-206;

The aim of this study is to clarify the importance of conducting a cumulative blood sugar analysis in order to follow up and pay attention to the health of the residents of the city of Mecca to know the direct causes of diabetes, and to know the attitudes and opinions of the residents of Mecca regarding the cumulative blood sugar test due to its importance to them and their health. The questionnaire was distributed to 550 people (men and women), and the responses of 500 people were obtained in all health centers in Mecca region.
Rohini Shukla
International Journal of Applied Research, Volume 9, pp 194-196;

The main purpose of this research was to study the predictive relationship between academic motivation and academic performance of adolescents. The sample for this research consisted of 300 female and male adolescents. Purposive sampling technique was used. Data analysis was done by using linear regression method. Research results revealed that academic motivation was a strong predictor of academic performance of adolescents which explained 35% variance in academic performance.
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