International Journal of Education, Modern Management, Applied Science & Social Science (IJEMMASSS)

Publisher :

Prof. (Dr.) S.S. Modi

Proprietor, INSPIRA

President, Inspira Research Association,

25, Sudama Nagar, Tonk Road, Jaipur - 302018

Mail Id: profdrssmodi@gmail.com

IJEMMASSS

Impact Factor of Journal

Year IJEMMASSS
2023 7.150

Vol. 6 | No. 1 (I) | January - March, 2024

Title: COVER PAGE

Page -

Download

Title: CONTENTS

Page -

Download

Title: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF COSMETIC PRODUCTS: SOME PARAMETERS OF PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN

Authors: Mrs. Bhavana & Dr. Meenakshi Sharma

For Abstract: Click Here

The cosmetic industry has experienced unprecedented growth, with an increasing demand for diverse products. However, the rapid expansion of the market has prompted concerns about the potential health risks associated with the chemical ingredients used in cosmetics. This paper provides an in-depth exploration of the chemical analysis of cosmetic products, focusing on parameters that are of public health concern. Through the utilization of advanced analytical techniques, researchers aim to identify and quantify substances such as heavy metals, preservatives, and fragrances, which may pose risks to consumer health. Regulatory guidelines and standards play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of cosmetic products, emphasizing the need for continued research and vigilance in the cosmetic industry.

 

Keywords: Cosmetic Products, Chemical Analysis, Public Health, Heavy Metals, Preservatives, Fragrances, Regulatory Guidelines.

________________

Page 01-08

Download

Title: BALANCING ACT: THE ROLE OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN ACHIEVING EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS: AN EMPIRICAL REVIEW

Authors: Diwakaran S & Samuel Thavaraj H

For Abstract: Click Here

This research investigates the pivotal role of performance management in fostering employee satisfaction and contributing to organizational success. In an era marked by dynamic work environments and evolving employee expectations, effective performance management systems have become imperative for organizations seeking to optimize workforce potential. The study employs a mixed-methods approach, combining quantitative analyses of performance metrics with qualitative insights from employee surveys and organizational case studies. The research delves into the key components of successful performance management systems, exploring how clear goal setting, regular feedback mechanisms, and employee development initiatives contribute to heightened job satisfaction. It examines the impact of employee satisfaction on overall organizational success, considering factors such as increased productivity, reduced turnover, and enhanced team collaboration. Additionally, the study assesses the challenges and opportunities associated with implementing robust performance management systems, considering organizational culture, technological integration, and leadership commitment. By analysing best practices in diverse industries, this research aims to provide actionable recommendations for organizations seeking to enhance their performance management strategies. The findings of this research contribute to the growing body of knowledge on performance management and offer practical insights for human resource professionals, organizational leaders, and scholars interested in optimizing employee satisfaction as a pathway to achieving sustained organizational success in today's competitive business landscape.

 

Keywords: Performance Management System, Employee Satisfaction and Organizational Success.

Page 09-14

Download

Title: INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE AND MOTIVATION: AN IN-DEPTH EXAMINATION

Authors: Anil Kumar

For Abstract: Click Here

This research adopts a mixed-methods approach to investigate the impact of Academic Excellence Awards on student achievement and motivation within the educational domain. Recognizing the multifaceted nature of the research questions, our methodology integrates both quantitative and qualitative methods to provide a comprehensive understanding of the phenomenon. Quantitative methods involve the analysis of academic records, grades, and standardized test scores, offering numerical insights into the correlation between Academic Excellence Awards and academic performance. The research utilizes structured surveys and archival data for this purpose, employing statistical techniques such as regression analysis and correlation. Simultaneously, qualitative methods, including interviews and open-ended surveys, explore the underlying motivations, perceptions, and experiences of award recipients. Thematic analysis and grounded theory are employed to identify patterns and themes, enriching the study with in-depth qualitative insights. The integration of these methods through triangulation aims to validate and cross-verify findings. By comparing quantitative patterns with qualitative narratives, this research seeks to provide a more robust and nuanced understanding of how Academic Excellence Awards impact student achievement and motivation. This mixed-methods approach not only enhances the depth and reliability of the study but also allows for a more holistic interpretation of the complex dynamics involved. The research findings contribute valuable insights to the ongoing discourse on educational incentives and student outcomes, informing educators, policymakers, and institutions seeking to optimize recognition strategies within the academic environment.

 

Keywords: Academic Excellence Awards, Mixed-Methods Approach, Quantitative Analysis, Qualitative Insights, Student Achievement, Educational Incentives, Thematic Analysis.

Page 15-23

Download

Title: ASSESSMENT OF THE PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LAKHOTIYA TALAB AND THE GROUNDWATER IN PALI, RAJASTHAN

Authors: Bheru Prakash Naval

For Abstract: Click Here

 

                Physicochemical characteristics of water are key criterion for determine the quality of water. In Pali the Lakhotiya Talab is main surface water source, while ground water is also broadly use. In the present investigation carried out to determine the physicochemical parameters such as pH, electrical conductivity, hardness, alkalinity, chloride, sulphate, nitrate, and calcium. The findings reveal that water samples of the Lakhotiya Talab showed pH moderately alkaline, while electrical conductance, hardness, showed low means the samples of groundwater fluoride, ferrous, nitrate and phosphate showed higher means value during both pre monsoon and post monsoon samples but  higher mean value during post monsoon period. It found that during post monsoon season samples of both surface and groundwater was more mean value than pre monsoon season, and groundwater more polluted at many fronts than surface water. Based on these results, it recommended that surface and groundwater samples in the study are should tested before use for its portability and other domestic or industrial uses.

 

Keywords: Lakhotiya Talab, Surface Water, Groundwater, Physicochemical Characteristics.

Page 24-26

Download

Title: IMPACT OF NATURAL DISASTERS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS

Authors: Dr. Jeetesh Joshi

For Abstract: Click Here

Natural disasters pose significant threats to sustainable development by causing widespread destruction, economic losses, and social upheaval. Climate change exacerbates these risks, increasing the frequency and intensity of events like hurricanes, floods, and wildfires. Sustainable development aims to balance economic, social, and environmental priorities, but disasters can disrupt this equilibrium. Adequate disaster preparedness, resilient infrastructure, and community engagement are vital for mitigating impacts. Emphasizing sustainable practices, renewable energy, and ecosystem protection can build resilience against natural disasters. Integrating disaster risk reduction into development planning is essential for creating robust, sustainable communities that can withstand and recover from the challenges posed by nature's unpredictable forces. This Research Paper provides an in-depth exploration of the major natural disasters in India, delving into their causes, frequency, and the socio-economic impact on the affected regions.

 

Keywords: Disaster Preparedness, Resilient Infrastructure, Renewable Energy, SDGs, Climate Change.

Page 27-33

Download

Title: SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PRACTICES

Authors: Dr. Anita Maheshwari

For Abstract: Click Here

                Sustainable business practices involve adopting environmentally and socially responsible strategies to minimize negative impacts on the planet and society while ensuring long-term economic viability. This may include using renewable resources, reducing waste, promoting fair labor practices, and embracing ethical sourcing. Companies committed to sustainability aim to balance profit with positive contributions to the environment and community.This article explores sustainable business practices, emphasizing ethical, environmentally conscious strategies. Significance is highlighted in global impact, stakeholder relations, resilience, talent attraction, and access to sustainable finance. Challenges and suggestions  have been discussed. The article advocates for a strategic, adaptive approach, positioning sustainability as vital for long-term success.

 

Keywords: Sustainable, Business Practices, Environmentally Conscious Strategy, Ethical.

Page 34-38

Download

Title: THE POTENCY OF TWO PLANT OILS AGAINST SAWTOOTHED GRAIN BEETLE, ORYZAEPHILUSSURINAMENSIS (L.) IN STORED RICE

Authors: Kamini Verma, Mosmee Meena & Surabhi Shrivastava

For Abstract: Click Here

Stored grain insects cause serious loss of stored rice and degrade the nutritional value of grains. A number of plant products are active against specific target insects, biodegradable and potentially sound for use in pest management. In this study, Oils (ether Extracts of seeds) of Azadirachta indica and Sesamum indicum were evaluated for protection of rice grains against saw-toothed grain beetle, Oryzaephilussurinamensis(L.). Azadirachta indica seed extract wasused as a standard. Results demonstrated that Oils (ether Extracts of seeds) of Azadiirachta indica and Sesamum indicum leave their residues on rice for 30 days @50.0 ml/L and for 60 days @66.0 ml/L respectively.

 

Keywords: Azadirachta indica, Sesamum, Oryzaephilussurinamensis, Saw-Toothed Grain Beetle.

Page 39-41

Download

Title: CONTENT IN HINDI

Authors: Tanushree Badgotiya & Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gehlot

Page 42-47

Download

Title: CONTENT IN HINDI

Authors: Sushil Kumar Baswal

Page 48-53

Download

Title: CONTENT IN HINDI

Authors: Dr. Anita Prajapat

Page 54-57

Download

Title: CONTENT IN HINDI

Authors: Sarika Verma & Prof. (Dr.) Sarika Singh

Page 80-84

Download