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Volume 08 Issue 02 (February 2021)

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Title : Physicochemical and Bacteriological Analysis of Drinking Water Quality under Tuensang District, Nagaland, India

Authors : Nohochem Sangtam, Thsazila Sangtam

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The present study was aimed to analyze the physicochemical and bacteriological properties of public drinking water (tank water, bore well water, supply tap water) of Tuensang District Nagaland, India. The methodology for physicochemical analysis of drinking water sample was followed by scientific manual (Adoniet al. 1985, APHA 2005 and HACH pH and TDS meter), and FTK Instrumental manual kits (Octopus Inc) It concludes that  management  of  infrastructure  is good. However lots of review and replacement of water pipe need to take in many villages, and water supplied  in most of the places for public  drinking  purpose  is not scientifically treatment,However,  90% of drinking water supplied to the public community is found to be healthy for drinking  and free from bacteria and other harmful chemical contamination.

pH more than 8.5 and less than 6.5 is not good for drinking purpose due to highly basic and acidic nature, Higher values of MPN, TDS, and Calcium made this water unfit for drinking. However, it is being found in the recent study that , sample studied in the reservoir tank in the collected villages under Tuensang District has been found to be free and fit for drinking purpose.


Title : Gurukul and Modern Education System in India: Holistic Outlook

Authors : Dinesh Joshi

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It is an undeniable fact that the present day society, which nurtures the younger generation, faces serious shortcomings in terms of moral, ethical, spiritual and Dharmik values. Parental pressures on children are increasing at an alarming rate, with stress to focus on the competitive examinations alone, taking a greater toll on the young mental framework. Children are getting alienated from the crucial aspect of personality development through moral and ethical training. The pointless pressure has taken the reallocation of educational parlance from a holistic approach towards education to farcical rote learning. Unfortunately, the standard of education has drastically deterioriated in the last couple of decades due to lack of infrastructure and degradation of moral capacities. The present paper mainly emphasis on the gurukul and modern eductation system, its pros and cons


Title : Rule 86B: A Barrier to Free Flow of Input Credit Tax in GST

Authors : Prof. (Dr.) Sitaram Harne, Manas Khandelwal, Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Jain, Palash Rijhwani

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It is paper presented not only to gain knowledge of Rule 86B of CGST but to have an understanding of its impact on free flow on input credit on Goods & Service Tax Act. This rule will not only affect the organization financially but also enhance the compliance requirement of the organization. It is important to understand the Rule that ought to have increase cash liability and compliances. This will not only help to comply with Rule 86B but also helps in avoiding consequences for non-compliant to Rule 86B on your organization. The implementation of Rule 86B is a strategic plan to curb fake invoicing by requiring taxpayers to pay tax in cash.


Title : The Effect of Tax Knowledge, Taxpayer Compliance and Tax Sanctions on Revenues Income Tax and Its Impact on Public Accountability

Authors : Tika Septi Mardini, Hari Setiyawati

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This study begins with the phenomenon of the lack of income tax revenue obtained from taxpayers. The purpose of this study, to determine the effect of tax knowledge, taxpayer compliance and tax sanctions on income tax revenues and their impact on public accountability. This research was conducted at the Mukomuko Regency Tax Office. The population in this study were 100 taxpayers other than services. The sampling technique used in this study was purposive sampling method with a sample size of 30 entrepreneurs. The analysis technique used to test the hypothesis is path analysis. The results of this study indicate that tax knowledge has a positive and significant effect on income tax revenues. Meanwhile, taxpayer compliance and tax sanctions do not have a significant effect on income tax revenues, as well as income tax revenues do not have a significant impact on public accountability.