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Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies

(A Quarterly Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal)

Volume 6 Issue 4 October - December 2023


*Meenakshi Kaushik, **Shaily Saxena, & ***Ravindra Kumar

*Professor, Dean, Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi, India.

**Professor, HOD, Department of Management, Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi, India.

***Director, TIIPS GN GGSIPU, Delhi, India.


The pandemic has fundamentally upset the advanced education segment, which is a basic determinant of a nation’s monetary future. In the second seven day stretch of March, state governments the nation over started closing down schools and universities briefly as a measure to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. It is near a month and there is no conviction when they will revive. This is a significant time for the instruction segment- load up assessments, nursery school confirmations, entrance trial of different colleges, and serious assessments, among others, are totally held during this period. As the days pass by with no prompt answer for stop the episode of COVID-19, school and college terminations would not just have a momentary effect on the congruity of learning for youthful students in India yet additionally cause broad financial and cultural results. In this study, during the scenario of emergency, a detailed about educational factors has discussed. A balanced and viable instructive practice is required for the limit working of youthful personalities. It will create aptitudes that will drive their employability, efficiency, wellbeing, and prosperity in the decades to come, and guarantee the general advancement of the globe. The study is based on the analysis of various factors which directly or indirectly impact the learning processes. In the present research, the emergence of digital disruption has interpret in depth.


education sector, COVID-19, digital disruption, young learners, learning


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

*Research scholar, Department of Economics, University College, Trivandrum, Kerala, India.

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


The concept of labour welfare rests always as an important area to be dealt with. Labour welfare measures both monetary and non-monetary benefits which are incurred to provide ample working environment to labour population of the society. The study basically considers the welfare perspective of a public sector industrial unit. The population of the study includes all the employees of Trivandrum Titanium Limited Company. From the population researcher took sample 189 employees on their human resource book as at 20th Nov. 2023. All these employees were used as the sample for this research study. Goodness-of-fit statistical tool and other relevant and appropriate statistical techniques were used to test and validate the hypothesis. The study finds out that there exists positive association between the labour productivity and labour welfare that exists within a business unit.


labour welfare, productivity, travancore, titanium industry.


Josephin Bella, M.

Assistant Professor, Bethesda College of Education for Women, Bethelpuram, Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, India.


Exam phobia is can mentioning that the irrational fear due to the board examination. Unreadiness low time to spending learnings, lack of sleep, parental educational qualification gender discrimination, and type of school, parental educational qualification and family also can influence students fear. The system of education evaluation in mostly based on grading. Students who are sharp in learning show excellent results in grading and they are always appreciated by society, teachers and parents. Students like to live in social gathering of friends, family members and classmates but due to the prevailing education system students do not have much time for their social life and healthy activities like sports, visits and entertainment. In order to get good grades and distinctions in class students are working hard not only in their school timings but also in homes or hostels. Even they do not have time to take proper meal. As a result, their mental and physical health affected due to which they become weak and their immunity system also affected badly. When a student fails to get good marks in grading will be the result stress, phobia, drug addiction, escapism, and even some times suicides. These factors had deep effect on the life ahead. Recently we came across through different social media tools and newspapers that about six students committed suicide after the declaration of higher secondary result, due to the huge mental pressure on students and demand of high marks everywhere. Our system is based on quantity, here number counts rather than the quality. There should be one compulsory period in each educational institution for individual mentoring of students to peruse them and guide them towards practical life.  The grading system should be labelled as a motivation for improvement rather than just a tag of discouragement and disappointment for student. Human beings are not machine beings. In order to promote society and cultural norms students should be encouraged to take part in healthy and thought-provoking academic activities. This study shows the level of exam phobia is average. plus, two students have significant difference in the familial influence on the exam phobia.


exam phobia, plus two students.

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