Monthly Archives: December 2013

EFFECT OF ORGANIZED RETAIL ON UNORGANIZED RETAIL: Changing landscape

The face of Indian consumerism is changing: not Indian consumerism is evolving from “Bajaj Scooter family man” to “Bajaj Pulsar trendy youngster”. This changing consumer’s taste and lifestyle, somewhere automatically give some advantage to organized sector. This makes imperative for unorganized retail sector to restructure itself in order to withstand the increasing competition and to […]

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EFFECT OF ORGANIZED RETAIL ON UNORGANIZED RETAIL: Introduction

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India started its Retail Journey since ancient time. In Ancient India there was a concept of weekly HAAT, where all the buyers & sellers gather in a big market for bartering. It takes a pretty long times to & step to shape the modern retail. In between these two concepts (i.e. between ancient retail concept […]

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING STUDY SKILLS: CALL CLASSROOM

Computer Assisted Language Learning enhances the motivation level of students. Teachers can customise any CALL program to the syllabus or course design that they are using to increase the level of proficiency in students. Computers are useful in-group activities as well as in imparting individualised instruction, which is rarely possible in a traditional classroom. There […]

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING STUDY SKILLS: NOTE TAKING

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Note taking is another Study Skill, which has to be necessarily developed in students. There are usually three main occasions, as Michael J. Wallace says, when notes are taken while listening. There are three main occasions when notes are taken. According to Michael J. Wallace (1998) these include: a. to take down notes while listening […]

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING STUDY SKILLS: MEMORIZATION

The sense of insecurity thus gives rise to diffidence and makes them take recourse to memorization without proper comprehension. Such cramming makes the knowledge received short lived and haphazard. What is required is not learning long texts by rote, but developing an ability to take down notes in the classroom. For, certainly the lectures given […]

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING STUDY SKILLS: INTRODUCTION

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Over the years, a wide variety of teaching aids have been placed at the disposal of language teachers. Charts, slides, tape-recorders, videos, overhead projectors and many other technological innovations have taken the place of traditional chalk and board, though not completely. Computers and language learning methods are now closely inter-related and the judicious integration of […]

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EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF SINGLE PATH: RESULTS

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We have evaluated the performance of multi path routing protocol AOMDV with respect to single path routing protocol AODV using ns-2 simulations under a wide range of pause time and energy consumption scenarios. The goal is to address the following issues. In single Path and Multipath environment what will be end-to-end delay and packet delivery […]

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EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF SINGLE PATH: PERFORMANCE MEASURES

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Following are the some performance measures for measuring routing protocol performance. Packet Delivery Ratio Calculation Network Delay Calculation Network delay is defined as the average delay observed by all connections throughout the simulation experiment. Each data transmission between a source and a destination will experience a network delay in the network. The delay is defined […]

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EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF SINGLE PATH: MULTIPATH ROUTING PROTOCOL

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AODV combines the use of destination sequence numbers as in DSDV with the on-demand route discovery technique in DSR to formulate a loop-free, on-demand, single path, distance vector protocol. In contrast to DSR, AODV uses hop-by-hop routing instead of source routing. Below we review some of the key features of AODV to provide sufficient background […]

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EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF SINGLE PATH: INTRODUCTION

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Since the birth of the packet radio network (1970s) later widely known as Ad hoc network, research is going on to improve Wireless technology. The popularity has drawn the attention of researchers in doing research in most immerging research area as mobile wire-less ad hic network. The wireless technology can be mainly categorized into two. […]

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