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PEER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT JOB AT WORKPLACE SPECIAL REFERECNE TO TEACHERS OF ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGES AFFILITAED TO MADURAI KAMARAJ UNIVERSITY, MADURAI, TAMIL NADU

@inproceedings{Jothilakshmi2018PEERRM,
  title={PEER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT JOB AT WORKPLACE SPECIAL REFERECNE TO TEACHERS OF ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGES AFFILITAED TO MADURAI KAMARAJ UNIVERSITY, MADURAI, TAMIL NADU},
  author={M. Jothilakshmi and Dr. S. S. Subramanian},
  year={2018}
}
Education is one of the most fundamental as well as the primary requirements of any developing country and also considered as the most powerful instrument to eradicate poverty, inequality, unethical and as superstitious practices prevails in the society. Even though, India has strong resources to create wealth in every aspect such as natural resources, population and technology, unequal distribution of resources among different social classes dwindle the growth. Ideal education model with… 

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