NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR <p><strong>NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos &amp; CSR </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business ethics and the global economy. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Accounting Ethics and Goods &amp; Service Tax. It's a biannual journal, started in 2018.</p> MBA Journals ( Consortium e Learning Network Pvt Ltd) en-US NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2581-5601 An Analysis of Financial Literacy and its Impact on Financial Behaviour of Teachers working in Higher Learning Institutions in Hyderabad <p>In todays' fast-changing economic environment all over the world, literacy in finance is an essential requirement for everyone, whether student, employee or entrepreneur, to ensure the financial wellbeing of self and family. The importance of literacy in finance has increased recently due to the current pandemic, Covid -19, where many have suffered financially. They do not have sufficient savings and investment to use in these critical situations and do not have regular earnings to meet basic needs such as food and medical (health). Hence, the need to enhance financial literacy and behaviour occupied a prominent place in India and worldwide. However, financial learning is not the only skill required for responsible economic behaviour, they also need to consider proper financial attitude. The study aim is to analyse and understand the financial literacy levels of teachers&amp;#39; working in higher learning institutions in Hyderabad and their impact on their financial behaviour. The teachers are instrumental in shaping their student community to protect them financially and to uplift economically. A structured questionnaire was adopted to undertake the study, which contains two sections: section 1 includes variables relating to Socio-demographic factors and section 2 consists of variables on financial numeracy, knowledge, attitude, and behaviour. Descriptive analysis has been used to analyse the data and found that only 21% of the teachers' possess a higher level of financial numeracy skills, 23% have a higher level of knowledge in finance. Concerning financial behaviour, 48.5% of teachers working in higher learning institutions in Hyderabad have high financial behaviour. The study also identified that financial literacy influences financial behaviour by 59%. This study can help different stakeholders such as policymakers, academic institutions, and corporate entities enhance literacy levels in finance in general and teachers working in higher learning institutions to improve individuals' economic wellness.</p> Gutti R K Prasad Byju John Copyright (c) 2022 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2022-04-30 2022-04-30 5 1 10.37591/njbeec.v5i1.855 Parents’ Attitude to Inclusive Education in Malappuram District, Kerala <p>The current study explores the parental attitude toinclusive education in Schools of Malappuram district, Kerala. The participants were 51 parents, whose children had different degrees of Intellectual Disability and every one of them was attending mainstream schools at the time of the study and 49 parents of normal children. The parents completed a questionnaire examining their perspectives regarding (a) the foremost effective educational placement in mainstream schools (special class, mainstream class or co- teaching), (b) their satisfaction with the inclusive mainstream education, (c) their cooperation with the teachers, (d) the perceived benefits of their children’s educational placement and (e) their suggestions regarding the development of the inclusive educational model. Results indicated that the majority of the parents have expressed positive responds to inclusive education and would like their child to attend mainstream class with a co-teaching arrangement. Huge contemplations in regards to participation with the educators, absence of individualized data and direction, managerial and hierarchical issues were communicated.</p> Sharafudeen Thanikatt Copyright (c) 2021 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2022-01-03 2022-01-03 5 1 7 19 Empowering Faculty for the New-normal with e-Learning Platform at Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore <p><em>Students are away from campus and it is impractical to have live classes in college and university campuses. The Covid 19 pandemic largely disrupted the education sector globally and has made every individual to live in a new normal environment. This pandemic has made teaching fraternity to redefine the teaching-learning process and has resulted in remote-online teaching. Every educationalist across the world were forced to set-up an e-learning platform in their campuses to continue the existing learning process without interruption. A new technology driven remote learning was the only possible as an alternative and the major challenge was to ensure the aspects that was normally present in an in-person (face-to-face class) is delivered in online teaching.</em><em> Kumaraguru College of Technology one of the leading engineering college located in industrial city of South India, Coimbatore, was well prepared to face this unprecedented challenge. Shankar Vanavarayar, Joint Correspondent of the institute took a timely decision to empower the faculty for the new normal by institutionalizing an e-learning platform called </em><em>Kumaraguru Online Education (KOED). KOED is a blended learning platform conceptualized by a team of senior members and academic leaders, with their foresight, experience, and expertise to enhance the learnability of the students through world-class technological intervention.</em></p> S. Jaisankar R. Arunodhaya Copyright (c) 2021 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2022-01-05 2022-01-05 5 1 26 29 Learning Methodologies that can Be Applied to Suit Varied Classroom Settings <p>Education means different things to different people. To some, it is a basic requirement to earn a livelihood and to some it is a symbol of social status and power in society. In a typical classroom setting, people with varied range of requirements are present and it is the duty of the teacher to satisfy these requirements, by playing the role of facilitator of learning and inspiring the students to learn (As it is rightly said that a mediocre teacher teaches and an excellent teacher inspires).</p> Dhanikonda Rama Lingeswara Sarma G.R. Swathi Copyright (c) 2021 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 5 1 30 38 A Study On The Perceptions Of Student Teachers On The Concept Of Health Education In Mangalore Taluk <p>This paper emphasizes on recognizing the holistic nature of child development like nutrition, health and social, mental, physical, moral and emotional development. Health educators and researchers recommend that health education should be greater emphasis on teaching information about relative effectiveness of various health preventive procedures, so that students can make informed decisions about their health. It is still remains for researchers to determine whether such programs can affect broad pattern of attitude and habit and will have positive effect on health.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Mangalore has recently been the site of too many emerging types of infectious disease such as chikungunya, H1N1, Malaria, Dengue and recently Covid-19. The researcher wants to study about the perceptions of student teachers (B.Ed. students) in Mangalore Taluk about health education. As an outcome, the study will aid in the empowering of instructors in this area. Our teachers, who are the professionals of tomorrow's society, to understand and use health education material, as well as to teach it to the future generation. The results will aid teachers in developing the idea of health education through proper inputs. The study focuses on the scenario of the importance of health education knowledge to student teachers.</p> Jayashree. K Copyright (c) 2021 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2022-01-03 2022-01-03 5 1 20 25 A Correlation Study of General Intelligence, and Emotional Intelligence of B.Ed. Students <p>Higher education is an important part of the overall educational system because it contributes greatly to both individual and national development. It creates a favorable atmosphere for the growth of individuals' cognitive, emotional and psychomotor domains, as well as their overall development. However, today's education places a premium on cognitive while ignoring the other two domains. Because learning is not a mechanical process, it is important to understand how cognition and<br />emotion interact. As a result, general and emotional education must be recognized as an important part of the educational process in the classroom. The objectives of the study were: a) To study the extent of general intelligence of B.Ed. students, b) To study whether there exist any significant difference in general intelligence of B.Ed. students in terms of locality and teaching subjects, c) To study the extent of emotional intelligence of B.Ed. students, d) To study whether there is any significant difference in emotional intelligence of B.Ed. students in terms of locality and teaching subjects, e) To study the correlation between general intelligence and emotional intelligence of B.Ed. students. Sample of the study was 125 B.Ed. students. Tools used for the study were: a) Test of general intelligence for college students by Dr. K.S. Misra, Dr. S.K. Pal and b) Seven-fold Emotional Intelligence Scale by Dr. Vinit Kher, Puja Ahuja and Saebjit Kaur. Major findings of the study were: i) The general intelligence of B.Ed. students of Srinivas University was average, ii) There is no significant difference in general intelligence of urban and rural B.Ed. students, iii) There is no significant difference in general intelligence of science and arts B.Ed. students, iv) The emotional intelligence of B.Ed. students of Srinivas University was above average, v) Both urban and rural B.Ed. students do not differ in their emotional intelligence, vi) Both science and arts B.Ed. students do not differ in their emotional intelligence, vii) There is significant relationship between general intelligence and emotional intelligence of B.Ed. students. Educational implications of the study: a) Reconstruct the curriculum of teacher education with appropriate focus on techniques of fostering<br />general and emotional intelligence, b) Include Yoga, meditation, arts and music in education system, c) Reframe text books with appropriate stories and activities that will foster emotional and general intelligence. An educational implication has been listed in the study.</p> Vijayalakshmi Naik Copyright (c) 2021 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Business Ethics , Ethos & CSR 2022-01-22 2022-01-22 5 1 1 6