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Author(s):  
Dr. C. K. Gomathy

Abstract: Every day new technology is arriving and billions of people were connected to the Internet. Purchasing goods, groceries, clothes everything is online. He or She can able to place the order from their smartphone within a minute. But, Farmers are still lack of benefitting from the internet. As we all knew that Farmers are the backbone of our country and without them, we can’t complete a day. Well, this idea is completely dedicated to farmers and helps them in generating good profitable revenue by using our platform. This is an online eCommerce platform that enables a farmer to buy or sell anything related to the agriculture and farming category by simply creating an account. Strictly all vendors are farmers since it is dedicated to them. The ultimate objective of the idea is to help a farmer with good revenue for their goods. Nowadays smartphone is like a coin in a pocket. So, it’s not a big question of thinking about smartphones with a farmer. Also, most of them are already familiar with social media accounts and it is quite easy to play with our online e-platform. But, there will be demo videos for each like registration, adding products, payment, etc. Safe payment gateway with a good logistic delivery partner, A farmer can do profitable business from his/her home itself. Both time and energy are also saved. Keywords: Agriculture, Cultivator, E-Platform, Multiple Vendor, Store, Payment Gateway Integration, Irrigation


2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (5) ◽  
pp. 113-116
Author(s):  
Ansari Ebrahim

Education is the backbone of a progressive society as it is clear from the statement of Thomas Jefferson “educate the masses” as he believed that in order to make changes in a society, the whole masses should be educated. The term ‘education’ is a popular and common term used by everybody but understood by very few in its right perspective. In educational text books it is defined as a purposive, conscious or unconscious, psychological, sociological, scientific and philosophical process that brings about development of the individual to fullest extent and also the maximum development of society in such a way that both enjoy happiness and prosperity. Despite the existence of infrastructural facilities, economic status and availability of various educational courses, the attitude towards higher education and learning is not found to be positive among the Indian expat students. The ultimate objective of this study is to find out the factors that influence the attitude of the students towards higher education and recommend sufficient measures to improve it.


Author(s):  
Gitanjali Kapila

It can be argued that Campbell’s text The Hero with a Thousand Faces is principally concerned with the individual adventurer, the man or the woman, who embarks on the journey with the goal of breaking the bonds of his or her Oedipal attachments in order to achieve a state of liberation which mostly means not becoming an adult psychoneurotic. Campbell tells us that the stages of the journey are represented in the ritual actions of cultural rites of passage, ceremonials staged by members of a collective in order to usher the individual across difficult thresholds of transformation so that he or she may find the forms and proper feelings of his new estate. Campbell’s elaboration of the phases of the journey for the individual are rich with detail and illuminating evidence for his thesis about the hero’s ultimate objective which he describes as exiting the nursery. But, what of the collective who both reproduce the conditions of the rites of passage for the individual and stand witness to his or her becoming? What is their role in the advance of the hero towards liberation? Is it simply to watch and wait?


2021 ◽  
Vol 9 (6) ◽  
pp. 1-4
Author(s):  
Subhankar Adhikari

This work examines the effect of pricing strategy in a supply chain consists of two members namely supplier and retailer. The supplier provides a credit period to the retailer. The retailer also provides a trade credit period to the customer within cycle length. A collaborative approach between two members is considered. The ultimate objective is to find maximum profit for the integrated system.


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2021 ◽  
Vol 24 (37) ◽  
Author(s):  
Eliathan Carvalho Leite

“The Prince”, by Machiavelli, is a unique book, whose political and literary relevance is recognized until today. Aiming to advise those who operate in the management of a nation, in a monarchical context, the author discusses, in a realistic, direct and alien to sentimentality or humanistic ethics, about elements that are related to the ultimate objective of political action: search for obtaining and maintaining power. In this context, Machiavelli deals with Religion – enunciated through the figure of the Church – and Morality, providing a reading, in its molds, of these institutions. The present work seeks to explore the way in which the Florentine author understands such institutions within the scope of political activity, through the reading of “The Prince”. In this way, contextual exposure will be made about the author, the work and its audience, giving space for the analysis of the ethics and morality of Politics, as well as the political quality of the Church. 


2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (2) ◽  
pp. 101-108
Author(s):  
Sihem Boubekeur

Literature and culture intimately complement each other. Culture is a vehicle by which literary texts emanate values, social rules and beliefs. The connection between literature and culture must be tackled in foreign language classrooms for the ultimate objective of learning the target civilisation. The current research focuses primarily on the importance of bringing literature and culture into the classroom. The focal points of this paper are to shed lights on which cultures literature tutors ought to focus on, what kind of texts to expose students to, how best to lead teaching and which cultural themes need to be tackled. Classroom observational sessions are used for two academic years 2019–2020 and 2020–2021 with second-year students at Dr. Moulay Tahar University of Saida. The findings reveal that students do not favour texts that have cultural taboos. Thereby, using appropriate and interesting literature in the foreign language classroom would engage and motivate learners, as well as challenge their beliefs.   Keywords: Classroom, connection, culture, foreign language students, literature.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Sean Springer

In October 2003, I received the approval of the Joint Programme in Communication & Culture to fulfill the requirements of the MA project by designing a prototype for a webbased video game which would provide an entertaining venue where players would learn about the mechanics behind the construction of masculinity. This prototype, along with a test scene (which can be played on most Internet-ready computers at www.sphincter.ca). was completed in August 2004. The purpose of this project paper is to elaborate on the project's objectives with a discussion of how theories of communication and culture guided the prototype's artistic direction, how the prototype contributes to the professional practice of video game design, and how the prototype's ultimate objective - to help male wimps achieve a sense of comfort in their masculine identity - was fulfilled.


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Sean Springer

In October 2003, I received the approval of the Joint Programme in Communication & Culture to fulfill the requirements of the MA project by designing a prototype for a webbased video game which would provide an entertaining venue where players would learn about the mechanics behind the construction of masculinity. This prototype, along with a test scene (which can be played on most Internet-ready computers at www.sphincter.ca). was completed in August 2004. The purpose of this project paper is to elaborate on the project's objectives with a discussion of how theories of communication and culture guided the prototype's artistic direction, how the prototype contributes to the professional practice of video game design, and how the prototype's ultimate objective - to help male wimps achieve a sense of comfort in their masculine identity - was fulfilled.


2021 ◽  
Vol 77 (1) ◽  
pp. 71-92
Author(s):  
Huaiyuan Zhang

Has philosophy ever completed a transition from divine revelation to rational reflection? Has it been Plato’s goal? In this paper I will establish and examine a parallel between divination and philosophy embodied in Plato’s Socrates. I will cite instances from both directions to analyze Plato’s indecision concerning a philosophical treatment of divination: On the one hand, Plato renovates the cultural stock of divination to supplement the rational process of Socratic dialectics. In particular, when he makes a proposal not as a proven proposition, but as the starting point of discussion, Socrates frequently helps himself to divinatory language. On the other hand, Plato does not seem to abandon the nondiscursive elements in his narrative, especially since the vision of the ultimate objective of the Platonic-Socratic project, i.e. the Good, requires a resort to divination. The indecision is reflected in the textual ambivalence as to whether the being of the Good transcends other forms or is on a par with other forms as the noblest form. Based on the correlation between the power of knowledge and the object of knowledge, I will argue that the epistemic entanglement of divination with reason in Plato’s approach corresponds to the ambiguous relationship between being and the Good in Plato’s ethically imbued metaphysical scheme. Since Plato presents Socrates as a seer in the aforementioned occasions, I will further suggest that Plato presents himself as a collector of oracles by preserving Socratic’s teaching in writing, whose ultimate meanings are open to interpretation and debate.


Author(s):  
Remala Mounika Lakshmi, Et. al.

The ultimate objective of a piece of research work is to present the labelling of vertices in 3-PFG and labelling of distances in 3-PFG. Also, we characterize some of its properties. Later, we define the vertex and edge chromatic number BF- Complete Bipartite graph. Further we illustrated an example for BFRGS which represents a Route Network system.


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