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Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies

(A Quarterly Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal)

Volume 5 Issue 2 April - June 2022


Darwin, L.

Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Kerala, Kerala, India.


The fishermen’s (Mukkuva) language at Trivandrum has many peculiarities, it may not be considered as Malayalam or dialect of Malayalam.  As same the peculiarities of the language; the society also has its own peculiar features.  This particular society is living at the sea shore of the Trivandrum marine coast.  They have tremendous knowledge about their ecosystem (marine) as well as the climate change in the surroundings of them and they have very high knowledge about fishing and its strategies.  Very important one is that; they have these knowledge, which has accumulated and transfer through their own particular language.   As well as other It has its peculiarity; here it is treated as the separate language for the analysis.  This study mainly focuses on noun and verb morphology of the fishermen language using at Trivandrum district.  It has similarities with the Tamil Language, but it is not fully similar to Tamil. In noun morphology here is discussed person, number, gender, and cases; in the case of the verb, morphology deals with the tense forms and personal termination.


noun morphology, verb morphology, person, number, gender, case, tense, personal termination.


* Sheela, M. C., & **Kaveya, P.

*Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.

**Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.


On September 24, 2014, Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi announced the Make in India initiative. The program’s goals were to expand domestic manufacturing in India and draw foreign direct investment into the country’s economy. The Indian government considered this project to be urgently needed to lure entrepreneurs who were leaving the nation. Due to India’s poor rating for how easy it is to start and operate a business, it has been discovered that entrepreneurs relocate there to do business. The primary goal is to increase the manufacturing sector’s contribution to GDP to 25%.


make, india, analysis, business, economy.


*Jaba Singh, J., & **Rexlin Jose, G.

*Assistant Professor, Bethlahem College of Education, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India.

*Assistant Professor, Department of Education (DD & CE), Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli. Tamil Nadu, India.


Emotional abuse, one of the hardest forms of abuse to recognize is a pattern of behaviour that damages a child’s sense of self-worth and negatively impacts their emotional development. Parenting is the most vital goal of child abuse prevention. In the present study, the investigators attempted to find out the effectiveness of Psycho-Education for the parents of early adolescents on awareness of child emotional abuse. Experimental method was adopted and single group pretest posttest design selected for the present study. The sample consisted of 47 parents of early adolescent Students studying in selected school at Kanyakumari district. The investigator prepared a psycho-education module for the study and gave treatment for selected parents of early adolescents. For collection of data, conducted pretest and post test for early adolescents. The questions were constructed and validated by the investigator and guide. The investigator used mean, standard deviation, t-test for analyze the data. The findings of the study revealed that there exists significant difference between the pre-test and post-test scores of psycho-education for the early adolescents on awareness of child abuse based on the component emotional abuse.


psycho, education, awareness, emotional, abuse.


*Jeba Starwin, E., & **Bindu Gouri, V., P.

*Research Scholar, NVKSD College of Education, Attoor, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India.

**Assistant Professor, NVKSD College of Education, Attoor, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been causing quite a stir in a number of fields, including education, especially special education. Let’s explore AI in depth in this context and how it is becoming more prevalent in education. The significant effects of AI and how special education is changing dramatically as a result of it. The core of special education is an individualized, customized approach.With its sophisticated capabilities, AI has the potential to significantly personalize the learning experience. Individuals with impairments possess an equal entitlement to happiness and career success as the general public. They ought to have the freedom to work on their own, communicate with others around the world, and pick up new skills. As we continue down this path, we might anticipate a time when artificial intelligence will be crucial.


artificial intelligence, personalized learning, assistive  technology.

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