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Latest Issue, January 2020

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Dr. Asha Singh

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In an era of globalization prevailing today, the economic situation of a country is appreciable /known with relation to the global economic situation only. In this paper researcher has made comparison between Saudi Arabia economy to Global economy and she focused on the Saudi economy in detail. The global economy recorded a growth of 3.8% in 2017 compared with 3.2 percent in 2016.This growth is attributed to the growth of advanced economies as well as emerging market and developing economies compared to that of the preceding year. According to the IMF April World Economic Outlook (WEO), the global economic growth is projected to continue its rise to stand at 3.9% in 2018.


The suprascapular notch is a notch in the superior border of the scapula, just medial to the base of the coracoid process. This notch is changed into a foramen by the superior transverse scapular ligament, and delivers for the passage of the suprascapular nerve. The shape of the suprascapular notch is one of the important predisposing factor for the suprascapular nerve entrapment .So, the knowledge about different shapes of suprascapular notch is important for clinicians in understanding the source of the entrapment syndrome. The present study was done by observing 112 human dried scapulae. The aim of this study is to document the incidence of morphological variations in shape of suprascapular notch in dry scapulae in the population of Rajasthan. 
Methods: A total of 112 dry scapulae of both sides are analyzed to see the variation in the shape of suprascapular notch on superior border of scapula. 
Results: In this study we mentioned five kinds of shapes of suprascapular notches. In the present study of 112 dried scapulae , we found that 42 (37.5%) scapulae with U shaped suprascapular notch, 21 (18.75%) J shaped suprascapular notch, 33 (29.4%) V shaped suprascapular notch, there were 7 (6%) scapulae with indentation at the place of suprascapular notch while 3 (2.6%) scapulae showed absence of notch. We found 6 (5.3%) scapulae with ossification of superior transverse scapular ligament thus converting suprascapular notch into foramen. 
Conclusion: The knowledge about the different shapes of suprascapular notch and its involvement in suprascapular nerve entrapment neuropathy helps the clinicians in early diagnosis and planning about the most suitable surgical intervention.


Ms.Parminder Kaur, Ms.Prabhjot Kaur, Ms.Manmeet Kaur, Ms.Kuldeep Kaur, Ms.Kamalpreet Kaur, Ms.Kamalpuneet Kaur, Ms.Lakhdeep Kaur, Ms.Kirandip kaur, Ms.Loveleen Kaur, Ms. Kiranjit Kaur

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Background: Self-medication is the use of drugs to treat self-diagnosed disorders or symptoms or the intermittent or continued use of prescribed drug for chronic or recurrent disease or symptoms, and it is mostly common in developing countries. 
Objective: To assess the self medication practices among undergraduate students. 
Methodology: An Exploratory research design was used. A total of 400 undergraduate students were taken from the selected colleges by using convenient sampling technique. Knowledge Questionnaire and Checklist were used to assess the practices of self medication. 
Results: It was found that 92.2% undergraduate students were practicing  self medication from last 6 months, 36.8% undergraduate students take self medication for headache, 85% undergraduate students prefer allopathic medicine system, 74.5% undergraduate students use tablets for self medication, 82.5% undergraduate students check the expiry date of the drug before taking medicine, 43.2% undergraduate students take self medicine only once, 73.8% undergraduate student’s symptoms relieved immediately, 58.5% undergraduate students had no adverse drug reactions, 65.8% undergraduate students does not feel need to consult doctor for minor problems(major contributing factor). The relationship of self medication practices with gender, mother’s education and source of information were found to be statistically significant at 0.05 level of significance. 


The notion of ‘green management’ is a much talked issue and the ‘go green’ policies are adopting all over the world for the last few decades. Organizations in 21st century are much more conscious about the techniques to manage environment and Green Human Resource Management (GHRM or Green HRM) is one of them. In this study the authors try to highlight the concepts of Green HRM and its practices in the banking sector of Bangladesh. Green HRM can play a useful role in business in promoting environment related issues by adopting and following Green HR policies and practices. The objectives of the study are to assess and evaluate existing green human resource practices and provide some suggestions that can help the companies of Bangladesh for utilizing green human resource functions in order to achieve competitive advantage. This study tries to clarify the extent to which traditional HRM practices is reflected through the touch of green practices in each functions: job analysis, recruitment, selection, induction, performance appraisal, and reward management; and their contributions to the environmental sustainability. After the analysis, it has been found that the HR of this organization is adopting many environment friendly HR policies; it can introduce some more proactive green HR practices for making its sustainable programs perdurable.