American Journal of Social and Educational Sciences


    Module is a form of self-instructional package and thus regarded as relatively recent phenomena. It enables the learner to have a control over his learning and accepts greater responsibility for learning. Since strategy demands greater maturity on the part of learner, the modules are more appropriate for more mature students. In recent years, the consent of modular curriculum has been under discussion in secondary schools. In modular approach, all the capabilities required to perform are closely inter-related. Modules can be developed separately for each of inter-related tasks.

  • Homeopathy Treatment for Corona related symptoms

    This is a case-related research article, as I know it was written in the first article on how homeopathy can be used to treat coronavirus? In particular those with 55 years, 38 years and 9 years old people selected on own interest. This three people suffering from close symptoms of coronavirus have joined. In this I have experimented with the traditional medicines of homeopathy with some special patent medicines. The three survived the disease within a week through homeopathic medicines, My point is that people who are on Coronetine and who are on alternative treatment for coronavirus, use these homeopathic medications within 2 hours, and then the coronavirus slows down. So it is good to have a worldwide investigation.

  • Modern Vacation of Economic Development Indicators of Caspian Regions in Azerbaijan

    Absheron Economic Region a. Area: 3,29 thousand km2. b. Population: 551,800 people. c. Administrative districts: Sumgait city, Absheron and Khizi districts. d. Natural resources: sawdust, limestone, cements raw material, quartz, construction sand, balneological resources. e. Main areas of the economy: Industrial and agrarian-industrial complex, tourism. f. Industrial areas: oil and gas extraction, petrochemicals and chemistry, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, energy, light and food industries. g. Agrarian fields: livestock breeding, poultry farming, sheep breeding, vegetable growing, gardening, vine growing, flowering and dry subtropical fruits. Olive, saffron, pistachio and other products are grown. h. Areas of service: Construction, transport, communication, tourism and so on. i. It is the only economic region with no domestic drinking water. The economic region is provided by drinking water and water pipes from the Samur and Kura rivers. Aran Economic Region a. Area: 21, 43 thousand km2. b. Population: 1936,0 thousand people. c. Administrative districts: Aghdash, Agjabadi, Barda, Beylagan, Bilasuvar, Goychay, Hajigabul, Imishli, Kurdamir, Neftchala, Saatli, Sabirabad, Salyan, Ujar, Zardab regions, Mingachevir, Yevlakh and Shirvan [1-8]. d. Natural resources: Oil, natural gas, iodine and bromine mineral water, building materials, solar energy, water resources, land suitable for cultivation. e. Main areas of economy: Industry, agriculture. f. Industrial areas: Electro-energy, chemical, mechanical engineering, light, food, construction materials. The power generated by two power plants in Mingachevir city is about 60 percent of the country’s energy produced. g. Agrarian areas: Cotton growing, grain growing, viticulture, dry subtropical fruit growing, horticulture. More than 90 percent of cotton produced in Azerbaijan is in this region. Potatoes and sugar beets are also grown in the region. h. Areas of service: Transport, communication and so on.


    The article considers the probability of the intensity of the erosion process and the prerequisites for its mitigation and control. The results of the research prove that soil erosion is based on natural and anthropogenic factors. The main objectives of the study were to determine the amount and level of development of worn and erosion-prone soils in the foothills of the country, where it is very difficult to develop on the slope soils of Upper Shirvani. Therefore, in this connection, the tasks are solved, taking into account the requirements of preserving the ecological situation in the example of the Shamakhi district of the Upper Shirvan zone of the Republic of Azerbaijan, where the areas of its potential danger are identified and the preconditions for its prevention are given.