Siva Kumar Nannapaneni

Siva Kumar Nannapaneni
K L University | KLU · Department of Soft Skills

Doctor of English

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Getting a suitable spouse has been a crucial phase in everyone's life particularly in the case of women. Some women are not privileged to choose their life partner. Many regions of the world are patriarchal because of the possessive nature of men and several other reasons. Women had to accept the match that had come to them and there was no chance...
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Purpose of the study: The aim of the study is to find the similarities between the welfare schemes of Indian and Saudi governments, and the burden of these schemes and their impact on society. This study aims to compare and contrast the welfare schemes of two altogether different types of economy. Methodology: This study applies the methodology of...
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The purpose of the present study is to examine the effect of conducting De Bono’s six thinking hats activity on developing the paragraph writing skills of university students. Two groups of students studying the course Technical Writing in Business (NAJM 167) of Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University were chosen to achieve this objective. Pre- and...
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Abstract. The urge to grow and oil price volatility lead Saudi Arabia to structurally reform itself. Among many things, this transformation calls for diversification away from oil and indigenization of the workforce. Saudi Arabia is one of the countries with considerable number of expatriate workers. The new policy is to replace expatriates with...
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Code Switching is a linguistic phenomenon claimed to be the most prevalent and common mode of interaction among bilingual speakers. This paper focuses on how and why teaching

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