LEADERSHIP PREFERENCE AMONG THE SCHOOL TEACHERS WITH RESPECT TO SELECTED VARIABLES

Abstract
In the rapidly changing, complex and dynamic environment within which we operate, leaders are critical to organisational success. To understand an individual’s leadership strengths and development we need to look at their leadership preference. Leadership preference looks at an individual’s personality and motivation. This preference to ‘hold the mirror up allows the teachers to understand how the head teachers or principals and authorities perform as a leader in their respective current role. It also predicts how they will be comfortable in future roles as best leader. It’s not about changing their nature. In fact most of the preferences are set by time and any one can become the best leader in the face of extreme circumstances by extreme circumstances. This research work studies whether the teachers’ leadership preference is dominant in a democratic or an autocratic style. This present research work was carried out by Normative Survey Method. 117 samples were drawn by the investigator under ‘simple random sampling technique. The male teachers consist of 56 and the female, of 61. The data was collected by the investigator from two different cadres / levels of teachers from secondary and higher secondary schools at Salem, Tamilnadu, India. The result revealed that nearly 80% of the teachers prefer the democratic leadership style. 10 % of the teachers prefer autocratic leadership style and remaining 10 % of the teachers do not prefer any style towards their leadership pattern or else school teachers prefer a neutral position out of the two leadership preferences.

A17LEADERSHIP PREFERENCE AMONG THE SCHOOL TEACHERS WITH RESPECT TO SELECTED VARIABLES

STUDY OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN GROUNDWATER OF GOMUKHI SUB BASIN, VELLAR BASIN TAMIL NADU, SOUTH INDIA

Abstract
The present study was aimed at assessing Trace element ground water chemistry and drinking purpose. Totally 20 groundwater samples were collected from different locations in Gomukhi sub basin, Vellar basin Tamil nadu. The groundwater sample collected during the February 2014. The toposheets is 58I/9, 10, 13, 14 and 58M/1, 2. The toposheets 1:50,000 scale. Geologically the study area chonockite and Hornblende biotite gneiss is the dominant of covering major parts of the study area, Followed by the Fissile hornblende gneiss, Basic dykes some parts coverd. The present investigation was based on the occurrence of trace elements such as Fe, Mn, Cr, Cu, Ni, Co, Zn, Pb, and Cd in groundwater samples, concentration ranging from 0.003 to 0.186, 0.016 to 0.718, 0.912 to 0.965, 0.009 to 0.091, 0.143 to 0.332, 0.012 to 0.301, 0.002 to 1.006, 0.260 to 0.474 and 0.023 to 0.052 respectively. The analysis of ground water results were compared to WHO (2011) drinking water standards. The concentration of Fe, Cu, Zn, elements in permissible limit, and Cr, Ni, Pb, Cd elements in above the permissible limit.

A16STUDY OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN GROUNDWATER OF GOMUKHI SUB BASIN, VELLAR BASIN TAMIL NADU, SOUTH INDIA pdf

IDENTIFICATION OF FRESH GROUNDWATER IN COASTAL AQUIFERS USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY TECHNIQUES IN COASTAL REGION OF LOWER TAMIRAPARANI RIVER BASIN, TOOTHUKUDI DISTRICT, TAMILNADU

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In this study, 7 Vertical Electrical Soundings were carried out at coastal region of east coast of lower Tamiraparani river basin, Thoothukudi district to understand the fresh groundwater potential zones. Geologically it comprises with Quarternary Marine Deposit and Quarternary Fluvio-Marine Formation. The field resistivity data were interpreted with ipi2win software. The overall resistivity and layer thickness are varied from 0.153 ohm m to 4902ohm m and 0.49m to 78.7m respectively. From the resistivity interpretation, it is suggested that the VES-2, 3 & 7 are favourable for fresh groundwater development in the coastal zone of sedimentary terrain.

A15IDENTIFICATION OF FRESH GROUNDWATER IN COASTAL AQUIFERS USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY TECHNIQUES IN COASTAL REGION OF LOWER TAMIRAPARANI RIVER BASIN pdf

TOXIC EFFECT OF LEAD NITRATE [Pb(NO3)2]ON THE BLACK GRAM SEEDLINGS (Vigna mungo (L.)Hepper)

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Heavy metals are integral components of ecosystem. The distinctivenesscharacteristic of heavy metal is poisoning and resulting in the inactivation of enzyme systems. All heavy metals are potentially toxic at elevated concentrations. In the present investigation, effect of Lead nitrate[Pb (NO3)2], on the morphological parameters of black gram seedlings (Vigna mungo (L.)Hepper),the germination percentage and morphological parameters such as, root length, shoot length, number of leaf, total leaf area, root nodules,fresh and dry biomass were analyzed on the 15th days of seedlings. Among the all parameters were reduced in increasing the Pb(NO3)2 concentration when compared to control plants.

A14.TOXIC EFFECT OF LEAD NITRATE [Pb(NO3)2]ON THE BLACK GRAM SEEDLINGS

Use of Information Technology by the users of Undergraduate Students in Dental Colleges, Chennai: A Study

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This paper discussed the Use of ICT resources among the UG students of Dental colleges in Chennai. In the era of information technical and educational institutions have played a significant role in shaping the feature of tomorrow’s societies and their internet sources have distinct advantages and elaborates the various aspects of use of ICT, like frequency of access of internet, purpose of seeking information, favorite search engine preference to database, problem facing to users, frequently used web browser and depend on searching ICT.

A13.Use of Information Technology by the users of Undergraduate Students in Dental Colleges pdf.

Automatic Classification of ECG signal for Heart Disease Diagnosis based on Probabilistic Neural Network and Self Organising Maps

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Electrocardiogram is one of the traditional methods used as a diagnosis mechanism for cardiac diseases which records the electrical activities of the heart. The intention of this work is to classify the ECG signal into normal and abnormal (Arrhythmia) category in an automated manner. The proposed work demonstrates an automatic classification system using the morphological features extracted from the ECG signal, and classified using effective techniques such as the Probabilistic Neural Network (PNN) and Self Organising Map (SOM) Model. MIT-BIH (Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital) dataset of both normal and arrhythmia patients has been used to substantiate the algorithms. The experimental results demonstrate the efficacy of the proposed method. A comparison is made for the experimental results obtained using both PNN and SOM model and the performance is studied. The SOM model has given a better performance of 97\% than PNN model during testing and both the normal and Arrhythmia categories are classified accurately.

A12.Automatic Classification of ECG signal for Heart Disease Diagnosis based on pdf.ms

A STUDY OF UTILIZATION OF E- RESOURCES AMONG THE FACULTY MEMBERS IN ENGINEERING COLLEGES AT KARAIKAL REIGION

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This paper deals with e -resources among the faculty members in Engineering Colleges at karaikal region, pudhucherry. It highlights the electronic information resources used by faculty members in Engineering Colleges in Karaikal Region.

A11A STUDY OF UTILIZATION OF E- RESOURCES AMONG THE FACULTY MEMBERS pdf

Experimental Study on Performance and Emission Characteristics of a Four Stroke Diesel Engine Using Blended Fuel

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In today’s applications, the use of diesel engine holds a key role. Even though the environmental features do not satisfy the use of diesel nowadays, it is not possible to accomplish the habitual livelihood without diesel engine. Therefore it is mandatory to devise the use of diesel in an environmentally benign way. In the present scenario, the combustion efficiency of compression ignition engine is very low. The improper combustion of fuel inside the engine leads to poor performance and emission of incomplete combustion by-products. Hence it was planned to increase the combustion efficiency and thereby to increase the performance and reduce the exhaust emission. For the experimentation, blended fuels of various proportions were prepared by blending Diethyl ether as additive with diesel. The observations were analyzed and the results were compared with the performance and emission of the engine using diesel as fuel without any additives. The performance characteristic curves revealed that the addition of additives enhanced the combustion efficiency of diesel; the outcome of the emission test also revealed that there was an appreciable reduction in emission of combustion by-products.

 

A10.Experimental Study on Performance and Emission pdf

JOB SATISFACTION AMONG PUBLIC LIBRARY BRANCH LIBRARIANS IN CHIDAMBARAM TALUK: STUDY

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This paper gives the basic understanding of compilers. The beginning of paper explain the term compiler  followed by its working, need and knowledge required in building compilers. Further we have explained the different types of compiler and the application of compilers. The paper shows the study of different types of compilers.Thus, going through this paper one will end up with a good understanding of compilers and their future aspect. .

A9JOB SATISFACTION AMONG PUBLIC LIBRARY BRANCH LIBRARIANS pdf

Conversion of Various Types of Java-Language Applications

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This paper discuss about the java :object oriented language and conversion of various types of java language applications.Java is a set of several computer software.So it is needed to convert various applications like javabeabs applications, EJB Applications, JAAS Applications, Java Swing Applications, CORBA Applications,etc

A8Conversion of Various Types of Java-Language Applications pdf