Volume 27, Issue 4, Winter and Spring 2021


De-Globalization and Besieging Borders: A Remedy in Milieuof Post- Apocalyptic Science Fictions

DIVYA GUPTA; PRATEEKPANDEY ,; NITIN BHATNAGAR

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 1-5
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.001

The entire earth is resonant with the smouldering catchphrases and issues such as: ‘Navigating De-globalization!’, ‘the death of globalization’, ‘Downhill from peak Globalization: When will it end?’ and ‘De-globalization in the hyper-connected worlds?’. This is quite evident question of the current scenario. ‘Mending Walls’ is a famous poem composed by Robert Frost in the year 1914 where he cited, “Before I build a wall I’d ask to know/What I was walling in or walling out.” [3]Looking at the grave situation of COVID 19 it’s walling out ‘others’ sticking to a narcissistic (egocentric) approach which is ‘patriotism’. At this critical juncture, a perennial question which radiates from everybody’s heart: Will we start our expedition ‘Back to Nature’? [67] Will this contagion inspire us to opt for small community survival considering it as a luminary?
Several discourses have been written and fore grounded the ‘Global Village concept, eradicating the barriers of Sciences and Arts, in the wake of the universal predicament nowadays. Four different discourses have been selected, along-with four diverse customary agenda but with a common apprehension – the rapid deteriorating international economy owing to the extension of the pathogen, COVID 19.

Analysis of poetic personality- “SAROJINI NAIDU”, “Nightingale of India, a poet and politician”

DR.SHIVA DURGA; DR.VIVEK MEHROTRA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 6-10
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.002

Sarojini Naidu is well acknowledged as the Title of “Nightingale of India” was a high-achieving student, prominent independence struggle activist of India and also a sonnetist. She was the first lady Indian President of our country, she was a lady prominent figure and she was the first Governor of the state Uttar Pradesh, was a dynamic personality as a patriot and politician too, a person who writes polemics and was an effective inspiration for all of well known women’s in the country India and as a whole in the entire world, Mrs. Sarojini Naidu’s eponym is at the peak level. Amongst the other famous personalities, even though she was genuinely one of the extraordinary personalities of the entire earth. She was among the most famous personalities of the century numbered as 20th, her arrival to the earth as a strong personality is acknowledged by a special day known as “Women’s Day”. Paper is focused on the remarkable benchmark the area of poetry. Her poetic sense is focused with a remarkable bank of words which are so ethnic to sing with real feelings. “Bul Bul-e-Hind” was published in the year 1905 and this was an initialization of her poetic aspect. This paper focuses on the aspects of The Pardah Nashin, The Village Song, Lotus and The bird of time.

Training Programmes and Success of Agri Clinics and Agri Business Centres (Acabcs) In Karnataka – An Evaluation

MR.SANDEEPA G; DR.K.S. SARALA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 11-18
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.003

Agriculture Sector is contributing 16.5%to the GDP of the country and has enclosed more than 50% workforce are still engaged in agriculture and allied activities. (Economic survey 2019-20)Though higher workforce is involved, they are not self-reliable to earn their livelihood and it is indispensable to rethink the shift of agricultural sector. In this scenario Agri entrepreneurship or farm entrepreneurship apparently benefits the small-scale farmers to be self-reliable and independent. The National Institute for Management of Agricultural Extension (MANAGE) has classified 32 activities of agribusiness all over India (as on 5th February 2021) covering horticulture, floriculture, sericulture, dairy farming, poultry, agri clinics and agribusiness centres. Agri Clinics and Agri Business Centres (ACABCS) in the post globalization era have emerged as an important commercial activity in agriculture and Agribusiness undertakings formed by trained agriculturists. Such business may include sale of inputs, maintenance and custom hiring of farm equipment with other facilities in agriculture and allied areas as well as market linkages for revenue generation, post-harvest administration and entrepreneurial progress. Nodal Training institutes are contributing significantly for the development and growth of ACABCs. With this background, the study is undertaken at with an objective of examining the relationship of training programmes and the success of ACABCs in Karnataka. Sixty (29 Trained and 31 untrained) sample Agripreneurs drawn from Bengaluru urban and rural districtswere contacted with a structured questionnaire to understand their business growth and success level with the help of various parameters. Hypothesis testing was done with the help of Chi square test. For analysis simple percentage technique was applied. It has also come out with few findings and suggestions.

Lexical-semantic Features of Anthroponyms in English Language

IRODA JURAEVA

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 19-21
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.004

This article discusses the use of English anthroponyms in the social sphere, anthroponymic formulas, signals of anthroponyms. It also discusses some of the research that has emerged as a result of a comparative analysis of the etymology of anthroponyms with Russian and other languages. The nominative value of names, anthroponymic formulas, and signals of anthroponyms are also discussed.

WORK FROM HOME IMPROVES OR IMPAIRS THE WORK-LIFE BALANCE- A STUDY CONDUCTED AMONG TEACHERS

Sunitha K.S; Nikita Gopal

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 22-31
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.005

In recent years, there has been increasing focus about how to adjust work and life responsibilities in both scholastic and political discussions. Work from home is one activity that has been advanced as a method of improving the work–life balance [1]. Considering this evidence this paper examines the work-life balance experiences of teachers who are working from home during the outbreak of Covid-19. Using the data from 72 teachers selected randomly from different educational institutions of Kerala, it explores the question of whether working (or not) from home improves or impairs teacher’s capacity to balance their work and life commitments. A Snowball sampling method is adopted for identifying respondents and Chi-square test is used for finding out the variable relationships. The outcomes of the study specify that working from home has a constructive impact on teacher’s work life Balance. In addition, the result also confirms that working from home certainly increases enthusiasm and satisfaction as teachers are getting more time to spend with their family. It is also found that the use of Information Technology tools in managing the life chores has a significant relationship with Work Life Balance