Vol 7, 2017
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Cave art has always been evident in the ancient history of India. Widely it is attributed to Buddhism and Jainism but there are few which are Hindu caves and in them Ellorā and Elephantā are two. These caves are attributed to the Cālukyas but two caves in Ellorā and sculptures at Elephantā are not the outcome of Cālukyas. According to some eminent scholars these are the art pieces of Kalcurīs of Mahiśmati who ruled in Khaṇdeśa region from 535 CE to 610 CE till Pulakesina II Cālukyan king defeated Kalcurīs and drove Buddharāja to the northern valley of Narmada. Among such art settlements of Kalcurīs of Mahiśmati, cave of Jogeśvarī is one. This cave is seldom discussed by the scholars but its art suggests the formative period of the art of Cālukyans and early medieval period. Art of Kalcurīs of Mahiśmati was initiated in Jogeśvarī, developed in Maṇḍapeśvara, established in Elephantā and finallly matured at Ellorā in Rameśvara (cave 22) and Dhūmārlenā (cave29). (Mishra, 1987, p 68)This art style which was conceived by Kalcurīs was continued by Cālukyas and later developed as their style.
Table of contents - 2017 (Vol 7)
Correlation on academic performance of JSS 2 and SS 2 students in mathematics in public schools in Ondo west local government area, Ondo
Ipinlaye Adebanjo B, Olabanji Tosin Ronke
This study focused on the correlation on academic performance in mathematics in JSS 2 and SS 2 in public schools in Ondo West Local Government Area.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(21), 38-50
Availability and Resource Utilisation as Correlates of Students Academic Performance in Ondo State Secondary Schools
Olola, Ayokunle Fadeke
The study was carried out to access the level of availability and extent of utilisation of resources as correlates of academic performance of students in Ondo State secondary schools. The research design adopted for this study was the descriptive type; the population for the study consists of 304 public secondary schools in the state.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(21), 51-58
Hegemonic masculinity: rethinking of the concept in art
This paper attempts to chalk out disjuncture, rupture and challenges in Indian dance practice. This also reveals that the intensified global capitalism is turning the attention of men towards formal economy and away from arts.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(21), 59-64
Entrepreneurship in biology and biology-related courses as a means of employment and sustainable economic
development in Nigeria
Sabejeje TA, Adebola OT, Akinkuolie OA, Sabejeje OO
Unemployment is one of the major problems facing the Nigeria society and the entire world at large. Every year, large numbers of
employable graduates are produced from the various Nigerian Educational Institutions (both secondary and tertiary) without the
hope of job opportunities.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 65-74
An appraisal of the pedagogical and methodological aspect of teaching algebra in early childhood numeracy
Adenegan KE, Abiona, SO, Akinrotimi AA
Algebra is the cornerstone of functional mathematics and is inadvertently used regularly to solve real life problems. It harks back to
the ancient Greeks and Babylonians who used it to solve real life problems.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 75-86
The effectiveness of audio-visual on the teaching and learning mathematics in Adeyemi College of education public
primary school Ondo, Ondo state Nigeria
Famuagun KS, Akintewe BN, Olademo JOA
Education (formal or non-formal) is an absolute necessity for everybody. Teaching and learning are the essential element in
education. This research investigated the effectiveness of audio-visual in teaching and learning Mathematics in Adeyemi College of
Eduction Public Primary School Ondo, Ondo state.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 87-92
The effect of economic recession on Nigeria educational system: the way out
Awodeyi John, Emmanuel Faith Igwe, Emmanuel A
This research examines the effect of the economic turn-down on the educational system of Nigeria and the way forward. The work
concentrated fully on seeking the perception of teachers on the impact economic recession has made on the educational system.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 93-100
Enhancing effective teaching and learning in Nigerian educational system with mobile learning
Olajide MS, Ogunsina FF, Ayinla NJ
The role of education is very critical to a country’s national development and as such every serious Government puts in place a
virile and robust educational policy. In Nigeria, education provides the gateway to developmental wheel in all spheres of life.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 101-106
Microteaching as an essential preparatory method for would-be science teachers
Aderele Shadrack Omotayo, Omotunde Christopher Tayo
Science has been seen to be the body of knowledge upon which the economic and social development of the nation is built, hence
the need to handle the teaching and learning of the subject with serious concern.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 107-112
Impact of franchising on retail business
Fagboun Lawrence IGE
This paper examined impact of franchising on retail business. It further examined the pattern of franchising being employed by
retailers compared with other retail strategies. Also the paper evaluated the impact of franchising on volume of sales.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 113-120
Functional business education: antidote for social vices and insecurity in Nigeria
Folaranmi, Lateef Gbemiga, Akinkuolie, Akeem Akinlolu
Nigeria, a nation that is blessed and endowed by oil, is presently engulfed in series of contemporary challenges ranging from
unemployment, civil unrest to insecurity of lives and properties with their attendant implication of unprecedented rise in social
vices that have heated up the polity, thereby tarnishing the international image of the nation.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 121-127
Numerical and comparative analysis of savings and loan schemes using cooperative societies, banks and contributory
Adenegan KE, Adewoye RA, Adedoja HA
The needs of man are insatiable and the yearnings and aspirations are always there to satisfy our wants with insufficient and
staggering salaries, incomes and financial benefits in work places, business or financial transactions.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 128-136
Factors inhibiting the performance of college athletes in Nigeria colleges of education games association (NICEGA)
Oloyede RO, Akinkuade Tosin S
Sports are an essential part of the normal school curriculum. However, Education managers and administrators tend to ignore their
importance at the expense of academic work. There is generally hardly enough investment made on sports resources in most
Colleges of Education.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 137-145
Predicament and thought of SMEs financing in Bangladesh: an exploratory research
Anwarul Islam KM
Small and medium enterprises are central to economic development, particularly in emerging markets. They are the backbone of a
country which wants to project itself as a fully developed nation with equitable socio-economic growth.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(22), 146-151
Examining the Growth Pattern of Indian Journal of Arts: A Bibliometric
Analysis from 2013–2016
Das RK, Das S
This study aims to present a bibliometric analysis of the Indian Journal of Arts with a focus to reveal the year-wise and country-wise
distribution, gender-wise distribution, authorship and collaboration pattern of articles published in the journal during 2013-2016.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 152-158
Financial Statement Analysis of Beximco Synthetics Limited
Anwarul Islam KM
This paper deals with the Financial Statement analysis of Beximco Synthetics Ltd. to get a practical view of how analysis is done
using financial statements.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 159-166
An empirical research on Shinepukur holdings Ltd: strategy, accounting, ratio, sensitivity and prospective analysis
Anwarul Islam KM
This paper examines how Shinepukur holdings ltd is going well or not? The major operations of the company are related to the
development of lands and building apartments.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 167-174
Art of Kalcurīs with special reference to Maharashtra region
Cave art has always been evident in the ancient history of India. Widely it is attributed to Buddhism and Jainism but there are few
which are Hindu caves and in them Ellorā and Elephantā are two.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 175-184
Higher secondary mathematics education in the present context of Nepal
Nirakar Sapkota, Amresh Man Singh
In the present context of Nepal, students in higher secondary level face different problems in mathematics. Their mathematical skills
are not well developed.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 185-189
Typo-morphological analysis of the Hindu temple: a tool aimed to inform conservation practices of the Indian
Try to understand the architecture’s sense essentially means to answer to the Louis Khan’s question: 'What does the building want to
be?' This is a question that finds a response in the idea of architecture like ‘institution’, without regretting the concepts of type and
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 190-199
A Study of effectiveness of educational packages on children's creativity and learning (A case study of
children 2 to 7 years old in the district of Zahedan in Iran).
Jafarian M, Sadeghinia S
Today children play a more dominant role in determining the buying list of families. On the other hand, companies’ activities in
motivating and rising families purchasing power have been increased in such a way that, the core of most of advertisements particularly T.V ads, are children.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(23), 200-207
Kashmiri women in the reflections of Mahjoor’s Poetry
Muzaffar Ahmad Rather, Javid Ahmad Ahanger
Mahjoor is considered among others as the ace and quintessential poet of Kashmir. It is because of his nationalistic poetry that he
attained the title of Shair- e –Kashmir (National poet of Kashmir). His poetry besides being Romantic also reflects the pain, trauma
and pathetic situation of women of his era.
Indian journal of arts, 2017, 7(24), 208-213