Category Archives: Desi

Cheap Car Insurance and a Totaled Vehicle

For some people cheap car insurance means finding the absolute rock-bottom price at all costs. What they don’t often realize is that the lowest possible rate is for a policy that only covers the state minimums for liability, personal injury, and property damage. You’re not going to find a policy which covers collision damage and… Read More »

Cheap Car Insurance: Young Drivers Have Options Out There

Young drivers find it anything but easy to secure cheap car insurance. In fact, other than the initial cost of purchasing their vehicle, insurance is the most expensive part of being a driver for the 17-25 age group. But that is not to say that it is impossible to get a good deal. It may… Read More »

Cheap Car Insurance: How Young Drivers Can Improve Their Options

Securing cheap car insurance is something all drivers want, but for young drivers, it is far from easy to get. Insurance companies consider drivers in the 17-25 age group to be high risk, and have the evidence to justify it. However, it is a mistake to believe those drivers will find it impossible to get… Read More »

How Cheap Car Insurance Can Be Secured By Young Drivers

Young drivers have a tough time of it when they first set out as drivers. For the vast majority of the 17-25 age group, this is through no fault of their own, with statistical evidence highlighting the group rather than individuals. Almost across the board, young drivers are the least trustworthy when driving a car.… Read More »

Interpretation of Spearman rank correlation

Interpretation of Spearman rank correlation   The sign of the Spearman correlation indicates the direction of association between X (the independent variable) and Y (the dependent variable). If Y tends to increase when X increases, the Spearman correlation coefficient is positive. If Y tends to decrease when X increases, the Spearman correlation coefficient is negative. A Spearman correlation of zero indicates that there is no tendency for Y to… Read More »

Hawthorne Effect

Hawthorne Effect The term “Hawthorne Effect” has been popularized by researchers in social and behavioral sciences since the time of today’s classic exposure experiment. Historically in the formative period of application ‘reasoning and methodology call scientific way to understand human behavior”, these experiments underscore the latter, strong reflection of social psychologist Ralph Rosnow and Robert Rosenthal, such… Read More »

Implementation of Theory of Programming Languages

Implementation of Theory of Programming Languages Procedure for automatically fixing mistakes three main components:  The first part of the logical look for all kinds of connections to the program the source code for compliance with the standard. On the prototype of fopen () method call it was used exclusively forthe purposes of evaluation, but the… Read More »

Concepts and methods of social status

Concepts and methods of social status he social structure of a society or group, there are several positions found to be occupied by a group of individuals. This position is called social status. It is to take over the position or rank of a person or group of people in the social system.Some of these… Read More »

Scope of Human Resources Management (HRM)

Scope of Human Resources Management (HRM) HRM coverage is really extensive. All important tasks in the life of an employee from the moment of his or her entry into an organization until he leaves the organization are under the HRM preview. As HRM has tools for a system that attracts, initiates, strengthens and maintains effective… Read More »

Functions of HRM

Functions of HRM In general, human resource management tries to increase employees’ contributions to organizations. Contributions are new ideas, productive work and success. Managing human resources should be responsible for social goals. This means that human resource managers must behave in the same way as social ethical standards and at the same time minimize the negative forces… Read More »