Yearly Academic Journal (Volume: XVII)
The 17th issue of the Yearly Academic Journal of Kalindi College is at hand. The process of upgrading the journal by opening it up to peer reviews was started two years ago. This year too we have an eclectic mix of articles in three languages-English, Sanskrit and Hindi. The articles range from gender discrimination in wages, the participation of women in the political process, the Hindu Code Bill and so on in the Humanities. In the sciences, we have a paper on the applications of synchrotron, on the macro bending losses in multiple optical fibres while an article in the discipline of mathematics deals with traffic flow and mathematical modelling. In Hindi, we have diverse topics ranging from the interface of social media and literature, theatre, and one of Pandit Vishnu Sharma. In Sanskrit we have articles as diverse as research on Buddhist Thought, Dhamma Vedic Mathematics and Conservation of Water. This variety bodes well for the future of the journal as both traditional and non-traditional subjects are being explored.