International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) <p>International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) accepts research works from scholars, academicians, professors, doctorates, lecturers, and corporate in their respective expertise of studies. IERJ is Peer-Reviewed Journal which is Equivalent to UGC Approved Journals</p> en-US (Dr. R. Joshi) (Dr. R. Joshi) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 RESTRUCTURING DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS IN SHAPING INVESTMENT RULES <p>The importance of international relations in attracting foreign investment is examined in this study (FDI) The significance of FDI has been well documented in the literature and is widely acknowledged by most governments throughout the world. No government can now reject the need for FDI or the economic benefits this could bring. Foreign direct investment (FDI) is thought to be a key driver of economic growth and progress. Because it assists in the accumulation of capital and the expansion of industrial capacity of the host countries. Diplomacy, like so many other aspects of government, is impacted by the fundamental developments of the twenty-first century. Shocks to the global system, the change in internet-based information dissemination, and liberal regimes' legitimacy issues all appear to need a fundamental re-orientation of foreign affairs instruments. The author through this paper has tried to examine the changes that could be brough in the diplomacy between countries so that a greater cross-border investment could take place and this has been explored by understanding how diplomacy has changed in the 21<sup>st</sup> century, what types and tactics are being used today by countries to safeguard themselves on one hand while increase investment on the other and the method of research used in this paper is qualitative in nature and basically a review of all the research done while later suggesting the ways to mould the diplomacy today.</p> Ms. Samraddhi Sohani, Mr. Shobhit Agrawal Copyright (c) 2022 International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 ACTUAL CLASSROOM LEARNING AND ONLINE LEARNING <p>There is a shift in traditional classroom learning that is requiring students to transition to online digital learning. It's not that classroom learning is obsolete or irrelevant in this digital age, but more tech-savvy individuals are embracing online learning strategies that are assisting students in improving their academic performance to a certain extent. How students and instructors interact with different education systems has been explained in this study piece, together with important material and a comprehensive description of how methodological methods are used.</p> Dr. Mohd Ashraf Wagi Copyright (c) 2022 International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MOTHERS-DAUGHTERS REGARDING EMOTIONAL CHANGES: ASSOCIATION OF FREQUENCY AND COMFORT <p>The purpose of this study is to evaluate the association between the frequency of communication and the level of comfort mothers feel while discussing emotional changes with adolescents. Adolescents undergo significant physical, social, and psychological changes before reaching adulthood. The quality of parent-teenage communication is linked to handling various emotional changes in children. This type of communication can help minimize their risk of participating in risky activities. Their mothers may not support their daughters' decisions regarding sexual activity and illegal drug use—the present study comprised two blocks in Ballari District: Sandur and Hospet. A descriptive research design was used to achieve the study's objectives, which combined quantitative and qualitative methods. The interview schedule was used to collect data from the respondents. This research sampled a total of 200 respondents by random sampling.</p> Suma K G Copyright (c) 2022 International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PARENTAL INTERVENTION IN TEACHING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE TO THEIR ADOLESCENT CHILDREN <p>Parental intervention has a strong influence on the personality development of adolescent children. Their family environment has a major role in the development of Emotional Intelligence (EI) in the emotional and behavioral aspects of adolescent children. The study aimed to identify the EI of adolescent children and to evaluate the effectiveness of parental involvement in teaching EI among adolescents. The study also investigates the relationship between parental intervention, EI, and academic performance. The study is cross-sectional and conducted among various secondary school students. The participants of the study were 300 children and their respective fathers and mothers living in the same family. The data was collected using pretested questionnaire and analyzed using the Mann Whitney U test, Kruskal Wallis H test, Pearson correlation coefficient, and Chi-square test. The mean age of the study population was 16.51± 1.04, with a minimum age of 15 and a maximum of 18. There was a significant positive relationship between EI and parental involvement (ρ=0.694); EI and academic achievement ((ρ=0.589); and between parental involvement and academic achievement (ρ=0.494). The study found that, in addition to poor parenting, the majority of respondents have medium EI in self-awareness, motivation, and social skills, all of which must be addressed for the country's future. The importance of parental involvement and emotional well-being in academic success cannot be overstated. Encouraging EI can help children to grow into quality adults.</p> Sanjay Dey, Amita Patra, Dillip Giri, Jyoti Sharma, Liji Anna Varghese Copyright (c) 2022 International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS <p><strong>SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS</strong></p> Dr. Jayshri Purushottam Sarode Copyright (c) 2022 International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000 DETERMINATION OF STRAW PARTICLE SIZE EFFECT ON THE WATER ABSORPTION OF STRAW-PLASTIC COMPOSITES <p>The main aim of this paper is to present the research findings which come out from the experimental determination of the influence of input raw material properties and composition on the water absorption of straw-plastic composites (SPC). During the SPCs production, important raw material parameters such as straw sawdust particle size, straw/plastic concentration ratio or type of plastic matrix can be recognized. In this research study, the aim was to produce SPCs of an acceptable and competitive level of quality which is determined from the final mechanical properties of SPCs. Particle size of straw sawdust used for production of SPC has significant influence on mechanical properties of composites and also on other important properties (water absorption, hardness, frost resistance, etc.).&nbsp; The paper deals with the determination of the impact and the relationship between the input straw sawdust particles sizes, straw/plastic concentration ratio and water absorption of composites. By side intention of authors is to determine the possibilities of waste raw materials usage. The experimental research findings were obtained using a semi-operational injection molding press where the injection is provided by a working screw. As the input raw material, wheat straw, HDPE plastic matrix and recycled HDPE, represented by lids from PET bottles, was used. The effect of the input straw sawdust particle size on water absorption was determined according to a combination and default levels of straw/HDPE concentration ratio, using recycled HDPE instead of virgin HDPE and particle size of straw sawdust.</p> Peter Križan, Juraj Beniak, Miloš Matúš Copyright (c) 2022 International Education and Research Journal (IERJ) Wed, 15 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +0000