2020 Volume 8

2020 Volume 8

  1. An Overview of Guardianship Rights of Muslim Women in India
    by: Dr. Hashmat Ali Khan, Masum Al Biruni
    Abstract: Two schools of Muslim law in Indian can be found one is Sunni and another is Shia; numerically the Hanafi Sunnis are having dominant position in India. Thus the traditional Hanafi (fiqh) jurisprudence describes mainly a body of law which is regarded in India as ‘the principles of traditional Muslim law’. This article attempts to give overview knowledge about the Muslim women rights of guardianship with specified alludence to guardianship laws in India. In India, Muslim personal law primarily regulates disputes over custody and guardianship affecting Muslim parties…
  2. A Study on Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment Among Adolescents
    by: Ms. Ayesha Anjum, Ms. Sharon Jemima
    Abstract: The present study measures the level and relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Adjustment among Adolescents. Adolescence is a transitional phase from childhood to adulthood that takes place between the age of 13 to 19. Emotional intelligence is the ability to monitor one’s own and others feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use this information to guide one’s thinking and actions. Whereas emotional adjustment refers to an individual’s adaptation in emotional relationships within and with other people, both inside and outside the school, as reflected in the individual’s attitudes and behavior. The present study includes a sample of 50 adolescents from both the genders. The two variables in the present study are emotional intelligence and emotional adjustment….
  3. The Effect of Oil Prices on GCC Countries: An Overview
    by: Zeenat Fatma
    Abstract: Lower oil prices Implies Lower profit margins or can simply be said loss. Low profit will lead to low investment in new projects and existing methods of production or even cutting back the existing projects. Changes in oil prices have significant impact on various macroeconomic variable. It can affect economic growth of a country by affecting consumer spending, production cost, and international trade via exchange rates….

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