TALENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGY By S.Tephillah Vsantham and Dr.J.Karunyal Samuel

Abstract Executives and HR management have always been focused on basic talent management—acquiring, hiring and retaining talented employees. But, to drive optimal levels of success, business leaders need engaged, high-performing employees. The key to inciting a workforce to greatness is Read More …

AN INVESTIGATION ON INSTRUCTORS’ PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES OF COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING IN EFL CLASSES:  THE CASE OF WOLLEGA UNIVERSITY By Ebissa Bekele Abate

  Abstract   Communicative language teaching is one of the most recent and eclectic language teaching approaches extensively practiced in almost all countries that use English as second/foreign language. However, recent studies still reveal that there is a wider gap between Read More …

THE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM: LEARNING AND LEADING WITH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY By Rejithkumar R.

Abstract Information and computer technology have bought new possibilities in to the classroom and also provide powerful support for educational innovations. In the recent technological advancement in educational field are virtual education, virtual classroom, virtual universities, online courses, electronic and Read More …

CRISIS OF TRANSITION IN SALMAN RUSHDIE’S MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN By Christuraj A.

Abstract        “Saleem Sinai, later variously called Snotnose, Stainface, Baldy, Sniffer, Buddha, and even Piece-of-the-Moon” (p. 3) narrates and lives the story of the crisis of transition of the Nation, Nationalism, family, society, politics, culture and economy in Salman Rushdie’s winner Read More …

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC DETERMINANT OF MALNUTRITION                    AMONG PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN IN KERALA By Divya Rose Peter and N. Rajeev Kumar

Abstract Nutrition is one of the foundations of human society and the indicator related to nutritional status reflects in the development of the country. A country which prioritize nutrition then that country will have rich treasure of human resources. Healthy Read More …