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VEDIC MATHEMATICS FOR VLSI DESIGN:A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anuradha Singh*, Neetu Gupta Multiplication and division are the most critical arithmetic operation carried out in any digital logic algorithm such as digital signal processing, in cryptography for encryption and decryption algorithm, ALU design and in other logic computation. Thrust in higher processing speed and low power has not only tendered the need for improvements in processor technologies but also in exploring new algorithms. Vedic Mathematics’ potential can be unleashed in an effective way to design and implement the algorithm for multiplication and division. Through this paper Vedic mathematics application in VLSI design is reviewed and it is found that Vedic sutras based algorithms in digital logic design has resulted in simpler architecture, better speed and higher power efficiency.
Essays of Francis Bacon: A Moral Perspective published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ishfaq Hussain Bhat Francis Bacon (1561-1626), the father of English essay, is a central figure in the entire history of English literature in general and in prose of the Jacobean period in particular. Bacons essays are the expression of a life-time of experience in the world of men and affairs and as such present valuable advice to the readers characterized by terseness and brevity. His pithy statements in the essays are not confined to the people of the period that he lived in but are still valid and, therefore, have a universal application. The aim of this paper is to explore Bacons essays from moral perspective in order to highlight the valuable advice that Bacon gives to mankind in general and to his readers in particular for the purpose of cultivating moral or virtuous character. Ishfaq Hussain Bhat"Essays of Francis Bacon: A Moral Perspective" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5912.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/5912/essays-of-francis-bacon-a-moral-perspective/ishfaq-hussain-bhat
Biopreservation of Onions Using Plant Extracts and Antagonistic Organisms. published in

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Roopa, V.M, V.C Suvarna Maximum post harvest loss in onions is attributed to microbial spoilage. So, a few medicinal plant extracts and antagonistic organisms were screened for their antimicrobial activities against isolated spoilage organisms. It also included the study of various post harvest treatments to increase the shelf life of onions of Bellary red variety by preventing post harvest diseases by employing effective combinations of plant extracts and antagonistic organisms. Aspergillus sp. Penicillium sp. Botrytis sp. Erwinia sp. Bacillus and Staphylococcus sp.were isolated from Bangalore rose and Bellary red onion varieties. Leaf extracts like onion and turmeric leaf extract at 50 % concentration, Pseudomonas putida and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, were selected after screening based on there antimicrobial activity under in vitro conditions. Post harvest treatments to extend the shelf life of onions, turmeric leaf extract at 50 % concentration, Pseudomonas putida and onion leaf at 50 % + turmeric leaf extract at 50 % concentration were found to be more effective compared to the other treatments. There was increase in shelf life of onions by two to three weeks compared to the other treatments.
COMPARATIVE ANTIMICROBIAL AND HEMATOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF DIFFERENT LEAVES AND RHIZOME EXTRACT OF CURCUMA LONGA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Giri Akhand Rachana*, Akhand Pooja and Dr. Pathak A.K In present study anti bacterial activity of three extract of Curcuma Longa i.e. 95% ethanolic leaf extract, Aqueous Leaf Extract, 95% ethanolic rhizome extract was monitored using disc diffusion method. Activity was determined by noting the zone of inhibition around the disc. A Gram negative & Gram positive bacterial strains (5 strains of each) used. Antibacterial activity of three extract of Curcuma Longa was checked against these bacterial strains. The study reveals that the 95% ethanolic leaf and rhizome extract at a concentration 12.5mg/ml were effective against Gram negative bacterial strain. 95% ethanolic leaf extract show better antibacterial activity then the rhizome extract against the Enterobacter aerogens and Streptobacillus monaliformus (Gram negative) and streptococcus epidermis (Gram positive) bacterial strains and show no activity against three Gram positive bacteria (Streptococcus pyrogens, Streptococcus aureus, and Streptococcus pneunoniae) and Gram negative (Escherichia coli) .Aqueous leaf extract exhibited no significant activity against the Gram negative and Gram positive bacterial strains. To drugs Antibiotic Cefotaxime and Amikacin used as a control for anti bacterial activity against Gram negative and Gram positive bacteria in the present set of studies.
Millers Death of a Salesman: A Criticism of a Dream Deferred Society published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sayantan Thakur Millers play Death of a Salesman is a criticism of the contemporary middle class American society that was bleeding due to the immense financial crisis of the country. The effect of the crisis was so immense that it demolished the idea of American dream from the mind of the common people and brought them almost at the threshold of utter hopelessness from where there was no way out. Being a playwright of that era of crisis, Miller depicted its vivid aspect and represented it in such a way that it no more remained an anxiety of a single family but the anxiety in general that every American faced during the time.
USE OF WEB BASED INFORMATION SERVICES IN THE AMERICAN COLLEGE AND FATHIMA COLLEGE LIBRARIES AT MADURAI: A COMPARATIVE STUDY published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs. R. Sharmila, Dr. B. Suresh In this study an attempt is being made to highlight the access to web-based Information services in the American College and Fathima College Libraries at Madurai, particularly in recent past are providing some of notable information services that can be accessed via the College library websites are Web OPAC, latest addition display, data search, and federated search, access to full text and bibliographic databases, online document delivery, access to institutional repository and open access resources, databases and multimedia access resources, live chat, compilation of research profile, web based CAS and SDI, remote access and so on.
A Review of Sugar Cane Cultivation in Chamarajanagar District published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Harish M An outlook of sugarcane crops grown in the Chamarajanagar district has been given in the present study. The sugarcane is influenced by the spatial and the influence of environment in particular region for its growth. An unplanned cultivation has brought severe problems for the cultivation of sugar cane in the Chamarajanagar district. This study found that the yield and land use of sugarcane is low compared to other districts in Karnataka. This study has made an attempt to analyze the sugar cane cultivated areas within the Chamarajanaagr district. So for this the mere trend is to understand and analyze the problems and suggest creative measures for its cultivation. Agriculturists have a greater challenging role to play in the present context where cultivation technology is given utmost importance.
Addressing Impersonation Threats in Online Assessment Environment Using Temporal Information and System Interactions published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Kinoti Patrick, Dr. Sylvester O. McOyowo and Dr. Henry O. Okoyo Online learning mediated by ICT is fast growing in popularity worldwide. There is need to consider modes of assessment using ICT tools which are flexible given that candidates can take assessments anywhere and possibly anytime. However, the main challenge when conducting online assessments is the imminent impersonation threat. It is difficult to know if the correct candidate is the one taking the exam or someone else is taking examination on their behalf. Impersonation threats have been classified into three types: Type A, B, C and this study introduces type D. Majority of existing online assessments systems employ one time authentication using passwords but they are prone to impersonation challenges given that the candidate may willingly share this information with another person to take exam on their behalf. More is required to verify the identity and presence of an authenticated student for the whole examination duration. Potential approaches apply continuous scan of biometrics but they are incapable of addressing concealed impersonation or Type D threats. This proposed Temporal Information and System Interaction (TISI) model will not only address all the four type of impersonation but will also minimize the human involvement. Keyword: Assessment, Impersonation, Verification
MEDICAL AND BIODEGRADABLE PROTEINS OF SILK MOTH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.G.Tulasi*, Economic insect that are emerging as an ideal molecular Genetic resource for solving a broad range of biological problems. The silkworm, B. mori produces massive amount of silk proteins during the final stage of larval development. These proteins are stored in the middle silk gland and they are discharged through the anterior duct and spinneret, at the end of the fifth instar. Recently, silkworm is being used as bio factory for the production of useful protein using the silk gland, which has promoted the technological development in sericulture. With the above background silkworm can be classified as a value added biomaterial for medical application, application of silk protein fibroin and sericin as a biomaterial and other Seri-byproducts. Silk fibers have proven to be effective in many clinical applications. Silk fibroin based wound dressing that could accelerate healing and could be peeled off without damaging the newly formed skin. Subsequently the wound dressing was made with a mixture of both fibroin and sericin .The present paper overviews some important studies carried out on sericin and fibroin of silkworm, Bombyx mori Linn.
Choice Based Credit System: A Radical Change in Indian Education System published in

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Dr. Neena Aneja India inherited a system of higher education which was not only small but was also characterized by the prevalence of large intra/interregional imbalances. Determined efforts were made to build a network of universities, and their affiliated colleges which provided incredible outreach to country of vast diversities. Today, the era is of radical changes in education and academic field. The times are changing rapidly than even before .The upcoming generation is in the state of dilemma. One needs to find a system that matches students scholastic needs as well as their personal aspirations. India needs multi-dimensional and broad- based quality education to maintain its leadership in the 21st century. Therefore, India should show the concern over the quality in education as the education in India is not competitive in terms of the quality and quantity. A system with the perfect blend of quality enhancement to stand in competitive market and ,flexibility to meet the students requirement is the need of the hour .Choice based credit System(CBSC) can be a panacea in this case, if implemented systematically
Effect of Specific Preparatory Training on Selected Physiological Variables of Inter Collegiate Football Players of Various Positions published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manas Das, Dr. M. Srinivasan The purpose of this study is to find out the effects of specific preparatory training on selected physiological variables of inter collegiate football players in various playing positions. To achieve this purpose total subjects twenty four intercollegiate college men-football-players (8 forward 8 mid fielder, 8 defenders) from faculty of general and adapted physical education and yoga, Maruthi college of physical education and Sri Rama Krishna Mission college of arts and science, colleges in Coimbatore, were selected as subjects by applying the random sampling techniques. The subjects selected into their position wise namely forward, midfield and defender position each group consists of eight subjects. The subjects age ranged from 17 to 28 years and they formed a true random group design. The selected criterion physiological variables were namely vital capacity and cardio respiratory endurance. The vital capacity was measured by wet spiro meter and cardio respiratory endurance was measured by 12 min/run walk test. The training period consists of twelve weeks Monday to Friday 5 pm to 6 pm. The data were collected pre, mid and post tests were conducted initial and middle and end of training periods. After the training, the collected data were analyzed by applying the one way repeated measures (ANOVA) test. If obtained F was significant new mans kuel test was used to significant difference treatment means pre, mid and post means. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was applied to determine the significant difference among the three groups. If obtained F was significant Scheffes post hoc test will be used. In all the cases 0.05 was fixed level of confidence. The results of the study shows that there is significant improvement in vital capacity, cardio respiratory endurance due to effect of preparatory training in forward position, mid field position and defender position inter collegiate football players.
THE S H E LL OF CLAM AS POTEN T IAL CATALYST RESOURCE FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Wayan Sutapa, Rosmawaty, Tanty Diana Dady Production of b i od iesel by c a ta l ys t f r o m calm sh ell w ith m e t h a n o l and waste c oo k i n g o il as oil resources w a s c arr ied o u t. B i od iesel w a s pr e p a r e d in t w o stages t h at are este r i f ic a ti o n a n d tra n s este r f i c ati o n . A t stage e s te r i f ica t i o n us ed H 2 SO 4 as a c a t al ys t w i t h mole r atio w aste c oo k i n g o il a n d m e t h a n o l w e r e 1 : 9 . W h ile at p h ase tr a ns e s te r i f i k ci o n u s ed C aO f r o m calm s h ell P s a mm o t a ea el on g a ta as a c a ta l ys t w i t h m o l e r atio w a s te c oo k i n g o il a n d m e t h a n o l w e r e 1 : 12 . Ca O f r o m calm s h ell c at a l ys t w as produced b y c a l c i n ati o n process o n 110 0 o C. R e s u lt o f b i od iesel is 53 . 1 5 % by 1 H - NM R calculation a n d e x p e r i m e n tal method is 38 . 84 %.
LOCATION OF ZEROS OF A CLASS OF POLYNOMIALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M.H. Gulzar In this paper we consider a certain class of polynomials with certain conditions on their coefficients and find regions containing all or some of their zeros. Mathematics Subject Classification: 30C10, 30C15
Paediatric Spinal Surgery: “The Essentials of Perioperative Management” published in

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Sukhminder Jit Singh Bajwa* and Ridhima Sharma The perioperative management of children undergoing corrective spinal surgery is challenging. The major challenges include the extensive nature of surgery, associated comorbidities and the need for neurophysiological monitoring to diagnose any form of intra-operative neurological insult. The pre-operative functional status and the intra-operative events could dictate the requirement for post-operative mechanical ventilation. Spine surgeries are performed for varied pathologies, including congenital or idiopathic defects, alignancy, abscesses, trauma, arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) or herniated disc. The paediatric spine is commonly operated for the surgical correction of scoliosis. Being a complex spinal deformity, scoliosis has an inherent potential to involve the cardio-pulmonary system. The anesthetic management must begin with a focused pre-operative evaluation. The major intra-operative challenges include the maintenance of safe positioning, fluid and temperature balance, blood conservation and spinal cord function monitoring. Adequate analgesia and ventilation are the primary issues of concern in the postoperative period.
CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING AND SITUATION IN TURKEY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Saime Once, Ahmet Onay, Gul Yesilcelebi The need to provide stakeholders with the information whether the corporate sustainability obligations imposed on business have been met or not, necessitated environmental and social data to be reported and presented alongside financial information relating to operating activities.This study puts forth conceptual explanations related to sustainability, and sustainability reporting framework for sustainability reporting, organizations and indexes, and then reveals the sustainability reporting situation in Turkey. To this end, in line with data in the corporate sustainability portal as of May 2015, corporate sustainability reports in Turkey were analysed. According to the data obtained from this portal, a total of 181 corporate sustainability reports were published by 72 organizations in Turkey between the years 2005-2014. 130 of these reports were based on the GRI reporting guidelines.This study on corporate sustainability reporting contains 26 benchmarks related to organizations issuing reports and the reports themselves. In this study, sector distribution of the organizations issuing corporate sustainability reports, their sizes, publicity, availability on the stock market, the number of employees, turnover, GRI OS (Global Reporting Initiative - Organizational Stakeholders) membership, UNGC (United Nations Global Compact) membership and types of issued corporate sustainability reports, the release years, the reporting periods, the report language, GRI application levels, GRI application statements, reference, auditing, audit providers, industry attachment, stakeholder panel/expert opinion have been identified as the criteria.
ANALISIS PEMANFAATAN DUA ELEMEN PELTIER PADA PENGONTROLAN TEMPERATUR AIR published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Meqorry Yusfi, Frima Gandi, Heru Sagito Palka Elemen peltier bisa digunakan sebagai pemanas dan pendingin. Pada penelitian ini elemen peltier digunakan sebagai pendingin air. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk membandingkan hasil pemakaian antara satu dan dua elemen peltier pada sistem kontrol temperatur air. Alat dirancang dengan menggunakan LM35 sebagai sensor temperatur dan mikrokontroler Atmega 8535 untuk mengontrol sebelum ditampilkan ke LCD. Sistem kontrol On-off digunakan pada sistem ini. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa kemampuan dari elemen peltier menurun seiring meningkatnya massa air. Kemampuan elemen pertier dalam melakukan proses pendinginan bergantung pada jenis transfer panasnya, walaupun dengan menggunakan satu elemen peltier, transfer panas dengan memanfaatkan heatsink dan fan lebih baik daripada menggunakan pompa menggunakan dua elemen peltier. Dua elemen peltier memiliki kemampuan menurunkan temperatur lebih cepat dimenit-menit awal, namun untuk mencapai keadaan set temperatur, satu elemen lebih cepat daripada dua elemen peltier untuk rangkaian yang berbeda. Cara transfer panas dari elemen peltier juga mempunyai pengaruh yang cukup besar pada kemampuan pendinginan air untuk mencapai temperatur minimum. KataKunci: elemen peltier, sistem kontrol, temperatur air, pendingin Abstract Peltier element can be used as a heating or cooling in a system. In this research the peltier element is used as a cooler in water.The research purpose is to compare the result between one and two element peltier in water temperature control system. The prototype is designed using LM35 as temperature sensor and Atmega8535 microcontroller to process the output of the sensor before displayed on LCD. On-off control is used to control the system. The results show the ability of a Peltier element decreases with the increasing of the mass of water. The ability of peltier element in cooling system depent on heat transfer, eventough using one element, heat transfer using heat sink dan fan is better than using pump with two peltier element. Two element decreasing the temperatur faster than one in early cooling, but slower to reach setting temperature bu using this circuit. The way to transfer heat from peltier element also have significant effect to get minimum cooling temperature. Keywords: peltier element, control system, water temperature, cooling
Effect of different concentration of brine on the sensory quality of spiced paneer published in

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Grace .A.Thachil S.N.Rajakumar The study was conducted to determine the effect of different concentration of brine viz. 3%, 5%, 10% and 15% on the flavor, body and texture, color and appearance and overall acceptability of spiced paneer. Significant (p<0.01) decrease in flavor, body and texture and overall acceptability with increase in concentration of brine was observed in spiced paneer. The color and appearance score also decreases with increase in concentration of brine but the increase is not significant (p>0.05). The sensory attributes i.e. flavor, body and texture and overall acceptability was maximum for spiced paneer immersed in 3 % brine. The increase in concentration of brine above 3 % drastically decreased the sensory scores of spiced paneer.
Determinan Kemiskinan Rumah Tangga di Provinsi Jambi published in

Jurnal Perspektif Pembiayaan dan Pembangunan Daerah

Published by Program Magsiter Ilmu Ekonomi UNJA
Nopriansyah, Junaidi, Etik Umiyati This study aims to: (1) to analyze the development of poverty in Jambi Province (2) to analyze the characteristics of poor households in Jambi Province (3) to analyze the factors that affect household poverty in Jambi Province. The results showed that the poverty rate in the Jambi Province in 2012 was increased compared to the year 2011, but generally in the last five years the poverty rate was decreased in Jambi Province. The characteristics of poor households in Jambi Province were the majority were living in rural areas, the majority of heads of poor households were male, the majority of heads of poor households in Jambi Province had educated under junior high school, the majority of heads of poor household were working in agriculture, the majority of poor households had a member more than four people and the majority of poor households in Jambi Province had never obtained business credit.Based on the results of logistic regression analysis found that the variables that affect household poverty in the province of Jambi was the classification of rural/urban variable, the head of household sex variable, the head of household education variable, the head of household occupation variable, household size and business loan assistance variable.
INFLUENCE OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE CONCENTRATION ON THE STRENGTH OF FLYASH BASED GPC published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Manimaran, E*, Mohankumar, G Substitute for cement is the global research need and apart from high volume flyash concrete. The recent research on the bulk utilisation of flyash is the development of GPC to promote the green concrete avoiding the CO2 emission from cement production and finds its way in a most typical means of development. This article brings out the d evelopment of low calcium flyash based GPC to achieve the required equivalent characteristic strength of 30MPa. GPC with different molarity of sodium hydroxide in the activating solution is produced by both hot and ambient curing methods for comparison. T he activator/ flyash ratio by mass is taken as 0.35 and the liquid ratio as 2.5. It is concluded that, ambient curing is adequate for low calcium flyash based GPC.
EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF ANTI-DIABETIC ACTIVITY AND ANTI HYPERLIPIDEMIC EVALUATION OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF SENNA ALATA IN ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETIC RATS published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rama Swamy Nanna*, Archana Pamulaparthi, Vamshi Ramana Prathap1, Mahitha Banala Senna alata (Syn. Cassia alata) is an ethnomedicinal plant belonging to the family Fabaceae. A number of bioactive constituents which contribute to the medicinal properties are attributed to the species. The present study is aimed to evaluate the anti diabetic activity attributed to the species and also to evaluate the anti hyperlipidemic potential of the species using various standard experimental models available. Acute toxicity studies of aqueous leaf extracts of S. alata were performed upto a dose of 2500mg/kg bodyweight of rats and a dose of 200 mg/kg was selected for the present study. Aqueous leaf extracts of S. alata showed a significant (P<0.01) anti diabetic and anti hyperlipedimic potential in alloxan induced diabetic rats within 15 days of induction of diabetes and the antidiabetic potential of the species may be due to the presence of flavonoids.
An Empirical Study of Impact of Drought on Agricultural Produce and use of Inputs in Rajasthan published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
DEV KARAN Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan REKHA Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan Abstract The situation of drought is very common for the state of Rajasthan and drought studies are important in context of Rajasthan because of their influence on the society and the economy this state. An attempt in this direction of thought would certainly help one to understand. the natural process of drought for further work. Drought and Rajasthan seems to be synonymous. Drought is a natural disastrous phenomenon and it differs from other natural hazards. Drought is taken to have occurred over an area where the annual rainfall is less than 75 percent of the normal, and if the annual rainfall is les than 50 percent of the normal it is called a severe drought. Draught affected areas in Rajasthan are lagging behind in agriculture and also in overall economic growth. They experience wide year-to-year fluctuations in agricultural production and incomes and have a relatively high incidence of poverty. At the time of draught in Rajasthan humans and animals migrate in search of fodder and water to the neighboring states which upsets the economic balance. Present paper tries to analyze the impact of drought on the performance of agriculture sector in Rajasthan.
DESIGNING RELIABILITY AND ENERGY EFFICIENT SOLUTION FOR LARGE SCALE NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Koteswara Rao Medaboina*, Dr. N. Kameshwara Rao Technology and its limitation is today’s world one of the best tool to make a sense of re - search which is the green field in the Information Technology or we call automation industry. If we look forward to the best of the Industrial world where Technology is the use of Information technology organization especial ly service based organization, provides a solution telling so and so high approaches. But we know the crackers and hackers may be ethical or any other which in this paper we have given the cryptographic acknowledgement based solution generated randomly for the mobile cloud; leads to the Data centers where Data is crucial. Cloud Infrastructure which needs to be optimized for the fault tolerant and performance evaluation is the measure metrics in the current trend of the IT Industry. Hence; in the context we have pulled the concept of the Pick time and load the data center with its alternative to the geographical location in the map reduce programming approach leads to the attriculative best solution for the mobile based cloud data.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EGATLOV MEASUREMENT IN ISOLATED ADIPOCYTES CELLS FROM OBESE TYPE TWO DIABETIC PATIENTS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hasan F.Al-azzawie1*, Nabaa S.Ibadi1 and Mohammed F.Al-Kotobe2 Obesity is associated with several chronic conditions such as atherosclerosis and hypertension. All of these are risk factors that contribute to metabolic syndrome, which in turn can lead to cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. In this study, we aimed to measure the voltage of adipocyte cell membrane and to show the relationship between its measurements with insulin resistance and serum levels of adiponectin, an anti-inflammatory adipokines, in obese type 2 diabetes compared with non diabetic obese subject. Serum concentrations of adiponectin, insulin, and glucose were measured in 50 obese men (BMI > 29) with type 2 diabetes, aged 37 to 53 years and having a body weight of 80 to 100 kg. Insulin resistance index values were calculated using measurements of fasting glucose and insulin levels. Using Pearsons correlation test, the relationship of serum adiponectin concentration with insulin resistance, serum glucose, and insulin levels, was determined.The results showed a significant inverse relationship between adiponectin concentration and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetic patients (p = 0.000, r = -0.59). In addition, a significant relationship was observed between fasting glucose and adiponectin levels (p = 0.005). The relationship between insulin and adiponectin levels was not significant (p = 0.196). Our findings indicate that the concentration of adiponectin, an anti-inflammatory and antidiabetic marker, is a precise insulin resistance predictor in obese patients with type 2 diabetes.There was a significant difference in voltage value of adipocyte cell membrane isolated from diabetic patients (-34.05mv) compared with (-61.140 mv) in healthy group and these value negatively correlated with insulin levels(r= - 0.67,P<0.001).
PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT OF DUAL POLARIZATION COHERENT OPTICAL SYSTEMS WITH AND WITHOUT INLINE DISPERSION COMPENSATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Monika Mehra*, Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Dr M.L.Singh We study and compare the performance of 112Gb/s Dual polarization coherent optical system for single channel coherent system with different modulation techniques,DP- QPSK(Dual Polarization Quadrature phase shift keying), DP-16QAM(Dual Polarization 16 qadrature amplitude Modulation) using numerical simulations with inline DCF(dispersion compensation fiber) and without inline DCF( but with DSP module for dispersion compensation)using SSMF(standard single mode fiber) for the effect of fiber nonlinearities. Inline dispersion post compensation system was explored to mitigate the impact of transmission impairments. Results obtained shows that the performance of DP-QPSK coherent systems with inline dispersion post compensation is better than the electronic dispersion compensation using DSP module as with DCF they have more tolerance to fiber nonlinearities than those with electronic dispersion compensation but for DP-16QAM coherent system the performance with electronic dispersion compensation is better than with inline dispersion compensation.
Lumbar disc surgery in pediatric population, Is it a special entity distinct from adult? published in

Egyptian Spine Journal

Published by Egyptian spine association
Ali Abou-Madawi, MD Background data: Lumbar disc prolapse is rare in pediatric patients though it may lead to significant pain and disability. Due to different structural properties and environmental and occupational exposures, pediatric LDP may be considered as a separate entity distinct from adult. Aim: This retrospective analytic outcome study was undertaken to determine the clinical outcome and the peculiar characteristics of LDP in pediatric patients. Methods: The medical records of patients younger than 18 years old who were operated for LDP between 1996 and 2011 were reviewed. Patients’ preoperative clinical and radiographic data, operative, early and late postoperative data were reviewed. Results: 17 patients were enrolled in this study, 12 males and 5 females. The average age was 15.2 years. The average duration of symptoms was 13.1 months. The average clinical follow-up was 12.1 months. Prior to surgery, all patients had sciatica, 24% had motor deficit, 59% had paresthesia, and 82% had tight hamstring. At the last follow-up, 41% of our patients had excellent, 47% had good, 12% had fair, and none had poor clinical outcome. Regarding the Pain Visual Analogue Scale, back pain reduced from 78.5 to 32.2, and leg pain from 92.1 to 21.3. Conclusion: Lumbar disc surgery in pediatric patients is safe and does not lead to chronic back illness or affect physical activity of patients. It should be considered as a special clinical entity distinct from adult disease (2012ESJ002)
A Study of The Valsad Co-Operative Sugar Factory Ltd. in The Content of The Role of Co-Operative Society for Foundation of Employment in Village Area. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prof. Vanitaben N. Desai, Prof. R. L. Patel -
A REVIEW PAPER ON ON THE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION FOR ENHANCED FACE RECOGNITION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Dr. R.C. Gangwar, Face Recognition is one of the problems which can be handled very well using Hybrid techniques or mixed transform rather than single technique. This paper deals with using of Particle Swarm Optimization techniques for Face Recognition. Feature selection (FS) is a global optimization problem in machine learning, which reduces the number of features, removes irrelevant, noisy and redundant data, and results in acceptable recognit ion accuracy. It is the most important step that affects the performance of a pattern recognition system. This paper presents a novel feature selection algorithm based on PCA [1] [2] Subspace using Accelerated Binary Particle Swarm Optimization. ABPSO is a computational paradigm based on the idea of collaborative behavior inspired by the social behavior of bird flocking or fish schooling. This paper proposes a novel method of Binary Particle Swarm Optimization called Accelerated Binary Particle Swarm Optim ization (ABPSO) by intelligent acceleration of particles. Together with Image Pre - processing techniques such as Resolution Conversion, Histogram Equalization and Edge Detection, ABPSO is used for feature selection to obtain significantly reduced feature su bset and improved recognition rate. The performance of ABPSO is established by computing the recognition rate and the number of selected features on ORL database. For the implementation of this propose work we use the Image Processing Toolbox under Matlab software
A Comparative Study for Ergonomic Aspects with Respect to Computer Usage published in

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Sanskar Singh, Dr. Kirti Mathur Ergonomic principles relates to human-machine interaction derive to the design of a new, commercially available primary means to connect people with computer applications for comfort & speed. In this paper, we provide some of the issues related to computer usage & required ergonomics for example: eye sight, back sitting posture, risks associated for employees and suggestions for companies to implement. These concepts were evaluated using methods of design research to positively affect the efficiency, and creativity for consumption activities and experiences when utilizing the power of computers. Also it focuses on its after effects like computer borne diseases and some design themes that are arranged for better use of computers today.
A cross sectional study to find out the perception of longitudinal student mentorship programme published in

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Dr. L. Kannan Background: Student mentorship programme has been a great concern about the relationship of current stake holders. It brings a strong capacity building to most of the studnets who are in need to foster the relationship among the mentors and mentees. The present generation of students need lot of care in their interpersonal adjustments and strong building of professional development. Hence the study is done to find out the perception of longitudinal student mentorship programme among undergraduate medical students. Methodology: A cross sectional study was done on current second year of medical students of 2012 batch. Self administered questionnaire was given to all students after obtaining concerned from all the students and questionnaire consisted of their own perception about the longitudinal student mentorship programme and need of programme. Results: Majority of the students agreed 180(75.9) that longitudinal Student mentorship program is an informative and interesting program for the university and on the other side 16(6.8) have disagreed pertaining to the issue. When pertaining to information of Mentors/Mentees to student mentorship program majority of the student 155(65.4) have agreed that information about the program is well informed about the happenings of the program. When the perception of progress and continuity of the program majority have 215(90.7) have agreed that university should continue to have this program in long term. Conclusion: longitudinal mentorship program has been a great concern for the present generation of students, who require adequate fostering in their professional career. Many students want this program for nurturing in their professional attributes and many felt there is an absolute need to progress and its continuity. Hence this study is concluded the perception of program is needed for continuous relationship in their academic career
The tools to assess the diabetic fracture risk in daily medical practice: a mini review published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mara Carsote The diabetes mellitus is a widely recognised disease. Its frequency is higher and higher for the last decades especially for the type 2 diabetes. The associated fragility or osteoporotic fracture risk is a relatively new concept for type 2 diabetes and the tools we have for current medical practice are still perfectible. The Dual-Energy X-Ray Absortiometry points a low, respective a high bone mineral density in type 1, respective in type 2 diabetes. The 10-year probability fracture risk algorithm FRAX does not use type 2 diabetes as an input. One of the most promising tools is Trabecular Bone Score as a provider of data for qualitative microarhitecture damage in type 2 diabetes. The diabetic bone turn over biomarkers are generally suppressed. The future will bring together all the data we need to adequately use in front of a diabetic patient to have a good perspective of the fracture risk.
Violence Against Working Women published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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A.V.PADMAVATHI Indian society is no doubt changing, but if there is progress on certain fronts it is accompanied by regression on others. The aspirations for equality and freedom for improvement in their status are undoubtedly increasing among Indian women. What is particularly distressing is that lack of security for women is prevailed everywhere. The incidence of violence against women in 2011 was the highest in Delhi, among all states. Even as the nation was protesting against the Delhi gang rape, more cases of sexual assault began to find column space in newspapers. There was an increase in the incidence of rape, escalation in kidnapping and abduction, a threefold increase in the incidence of cruelty by husbands and relatives, increase in dowry deaths, and a doubling of the incidence of molestation and sexual harassment. So far, the majority of the political parties have studiously ignored the sentiments of the people on the issues .The Delhi gang rape ignites public anger in an unprecedented manner, but can it force the state to summon the will to crack down on such violence and counter social attitudes that seek to resist womens growing in the public sphere? The incidence was the trigger, and what followed was a response to the every-day reality faced by women. This was the first time students poured out into the streets on the issue of violence against women. The government should ensure the safety and security of working women by provisioning of infrastructure, setting up of fasttrack courts, speedy trials.
Leader Election Algorithms in Distributed Systems? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Seema Balhara, Kavita Khanna? A Distributed system is an application which executes a collection of protocols to coordinate the actions of multiple processes on a network, such that all components cooperate together in order to perform a single or small set of related tasks. It is very difficult for processes to cooperate with each other because of failures of any of the process during communication. The leader election is critical problem in distributed system as data is distributed among different node which is geographically separated. To maintain co-ordination between the node, leader node have to be selected. This paper contains the information about the various existing leader election mechanisms which is used for selecting the leader in different problems.
HIV/AIDS Awareness and Knowledge in Rural Adolescent: A Cross-sectional survey in Central India published in

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Avinash Borkar, Namita Deshmukh, Deepak Lone, Mohan Khamgaonkar, Gautam Khakse This paper discusses the current level of knowledge and awareness of adolescents regarding HIV/AIDS living in rural areas. A cross-sectional study was carried out from September - October 2011 involving 560 students in the age group of 13-19 years from the schools of rural area of Nagpur district, Maharashtra A pretested proforma was used to interview the students to assess their knowledge and awareness towards HIV/AIDS. Results showed around 87% adolescents knew the mode of transmission of the disease but only 62% knew about some preventive measures. 43% adolescents had misconception that HIV/AIDS spread through sneezing/coughing. The main sources of information regarding HIV were television, teachers and friends. Basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS is still lacking and misconceptions still persisting in rural area. Media was playing an important role in creating awareness regarding HIV/AIDS.
Perception on Customer Satisfaction Regarding Innovative Services Among Selected Banks in Madurai City Towards CRM published in

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Dr. K. Malik Ali Customer satisfaction is the sum total of customer expression of the service quality. Banks should know the perception of customers on innovative service to enable for improvement of quality of services. This paper focuses on customer perception on innovative service satisfaction towards CRM among selected banks in Madurai city. The required primary data were collected through structured questionnaire and the sample size of respondents was taken from eight selected banks at the rate of sixty customers from each bank. The findings reveal that regarding bank wise innovative customer service satisfaction, the highest satisfaction accounted for HDFC bank.
THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF ALOE VERA AGAINST RADIATION AND CADMIUM INDUCED CHANGES IN THE BRAIN, KIDNEY AND LIVER OF SWISS ALBINO MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
R.K.Purohit*, Sharvan Lal Bhati, Om Kanwar, Manisha Agarwal, Aruna Chakrawarti and Dinesh Meena Aloe barbadensis Mill, commonly known as Guar patha or Ghee patha, is perhaps the most important medicinal plant in the Indian traditional system of medicine, the Ayurveda. Several parts of the plant are used to treat a variety of diseases, but the most important is the leaf. It is rich in vitamins A, E and C (as antioxidant), minerals, enzymes, amino acids. Herbal plants are potential source of phytochemicals of pharmaceutical interest, act as antioxidants, anticarcinogenic and antimicrobial, preclinical studies. Furthermore, experimental studies have reported that Aloe and some of its phytochemicals also exhibit radiomodulatory, chemoprotective, free radical scavenging and immunomodulatory activities. The exposure of living system to ionizing radiations causes a variety of damages to various systems due to generation of free radicals and reactive oxygen species. Cadmium is reported to be one of the most toxic elements in geological cycles. Various studies showed the prevention of radiation induced suppressions of immunity by Aloe vera. Having this unique properties Aloe vera could be used as protector against radiation and cadmium. Therefore, present study was planned to evaluate the protective efficacy of Aloe vera against radiation and cadmium induced changes in Swiss albino mice. For this purpose six to eight weeks old mice were selected and divided into seven groups on the basis of radiation, cadmium, combined treatment and drug treated. All biochemical parameters of the control groups were compared with the respective experimental groups. An increase in value of total proteins, glycogen, acid phosphatase, alkaline phosphatase and RNA was observed up to day 14 in non drug treated group and day 7 in the Aloe vera treated groups thereafter value declined up to day 28 without reaching the normal, whereas the value of cholesterol and DNA showed a decreasing trend. The biochemical finding indicated the drug treated section of living tissue (kidney, liver and brain) showed slightly / no degenerative changes. The drug treated groups demonstrating the ability of Aloe vera to inhibit oxidative stress thus preventing tissue injury.
ON THE TEACHING OF THE DIFFERENT FORMULATIONS OF THE VIRIAL EQUATION published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Giora Rytwo,Yaniv Olshansky Chemistry educators teaching chapters on "real gases" usually present to the students the "virial development" of Kamerlingh Onnes for the equation of state, which takes into account interactions of the molecules in aggregates by a successive series of parameters (B, C, etc.), yielding a polynomial equation on the concentration (equivalent to the inverse of the molar volume). A well known transformation of the virial equation to a polynomial equation as a function of pressure is also widely used, with suitable coefficients (B', C', etc.). The literature presents relationships between the second and third virial coefficients for both equations, for example B' = B/RT. Students usually assume that both formulations should deliver to similar calculated results. However, when using the relationships mentioned above to perform calculations for the same gas conditions of pressure and temperature, discrepancies are observed in the molar volume obtained by the two formulations of the virial equation. Chemistry educators are required to present such discrepancies, explain them and interpret them. In addition to that, a possible alternative practical approach is to develop a relationship between the second virial coefficients B and B', that yields suitable results when using both formulations.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF TOP CONICAL END CLOSURE NOZZLE JUNCTION AND PRESSURE VESSEL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pravin B.Sonawane, P.G.Damle In Pressure Vessels, Nozzles are required for inlet and outlet purposes. If these nozzle present on peak of the end closure do not disturb the symmetry of the vessel. However sometimes process requires that nozzles to be placed on the periphery of the pressure vessel. These nozzles disturb the symmetry of the vessel. So that it need to analyzed in FEA to understand effects of nozzle on Stress attributes of the vessel. In the present work, the importance of the effect of the discontinuity is mentioned, codes related to design of vessels and its components is discussed; nozzle and vessel parameters are calculated using ASME code formulae. A visual basic program is included to determine the parameters like internal pressure based on the thickness, actual stress developing in the component, etc. Using the ASME formulae and thin shell theory, the discontinuity forces and moments are determined for vessel and nozzle respectively from which displacements and stresses are found out for individual as well as nozzle junction. The methodology and result obtained from optimization technique and FEA analysis are verified with analytical solution available.
Foods, Diet, Reward published in

Asian Journal of Ethnopharmacology and Medicinal Foods

Published by padmavati publisher
Dora Dragoni Divrak Food is an instinctive need but since nowadays science has proceeded a lot we should eat according rules based on the food features. For these reasons, I will describe some foods to learn eating better, to empower. I will describe rich in tyrosine foods, negative calories eating’s, Mediterranean diet, then coffee tea, stevia, chocolate. In this way we can eat better in quality and quantity and lead a healthier and happier life.
A Rare Case of Eccrine Carcinoma Arising From Breast Skin With Review of Literature published in

International Journal of Orthopaedics Traumatology & Surgical Sciences

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Gautam Gole, Sheetal Gole, Shekar Y Tati Malignant sweat gland tumors are rare, can arise from both eccrine and apocrine glands. Eccrine gland carcinoma arising from skin of breast is very rare rather than primary breast carcinoma. We have come across a patient, who presented patchy erythematous hard indurated mass with a size 5 X 3 cm on the right lateral aspect of the right breast. Provisional diagnosis was chronic inflammatory swelling such as hidradenitis or apocrine degenerative cyst. Excision biopsy was done and the mass sent for histopathological examination. Histopathological diagnosis was sweat duct carcinoma. Eccrine sweat gland carcinoma from skin of breast was not reported in the literature. We are presenting this case to emphasize the tumor nature with review of literature. It is locally infiltrating tumor causing destruction of deeper structure and disseminates early to lymph nodes and distant organs. It is difficult to treat the disseminated disease. Key words: Sweat gland carcinoma, Ultra Violet Rays (UVR), hidradenocarcinoma, Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC).
Socio- Economic Impacts of Tourism on Selected Historical Tourist Centers in Ahmednagar City published in

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Prof. Shailesh M Nikam Ahmednagar city as well as whole district has a great potential of historical tourism. The origin of Nagar city was start from Ahmednagar fort which is a famous tourist historical tourist center. Apart from this there are another many historical tourist places in the city. But there are not proper advertised and developed regarding tourism. There is not a large positive social as well as economic impact on the society due to tourism. Therefore the government of Maharashtra and Municipal Corporation of Ahmednagar must take interest in the development of historical places with tourism approach
Rate Pressure Product and VO2max in young female athletes published in

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Dr. Smita Bute, Dr. Anjali N Shete Introduction: Regular physical activity is vital for good physical and mental health. Participation in athletic activity improves physical fitness, coordination and self discipline. VO2 max and RPP [rate pressure product] are non invasive techniques to measure the cardio-respiratory fitness. Measurement of these parameters will be helpful in promoting the sports activity in females. Aims and Objectives :The purpose of this study was to compare maximum oxygen uptake(VO2 max) and rate pressure product(RPP) between young female athletes and non-athletes and to show the importance of regular exercise in females for physical fitness. Material & Methods: The present study was carried out in 50 females between the age group of 18-22 yrs. They were divided into two groups, study group (25 athletes) and control group. (25 non-athletes) The VO2 max was calculated by using Queen college step .The rate pressure product(RPP) was calculated by multiplying heart rate and systolic blood pressure.The VO2 max and RPP were compared between study group and controls. Results: The VO2 max levels were statistically higher in female athletes than non-athletes.The RPP levels were lower in female athletes as compared to controls. The decrease was statistically significant. Conclusion :The present study showed VO2 max levels more and RPP levels low in female athletes. Physical inactivity is seen among medical students due to sedentary lifestyle which may lead to many health problems. Our study concluded that regular exercise improves the physical fitness.
EFFECT OF ANAEROBIC LEVEL ON THE GERMINATION OF WHITE AND BLACK STICKY BROWN RICE IN MEKONG DELTA, VIETNAM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pham Quang Trung, Le Huynh Anh Duy, Le Nguyen Doan Duy, Nguyen Cong Ha* The objective of this study was to optimize and compare production condition of GBRto maximize bio-active compounds. In order to do that the white sticky rice (CLN) and black sticky rice (DH6) varieties from An Giang Province, Mekong Delta, Viet Nam were selected for this study because of their popularity and benefits. Optimum conditions for dehusk, steep and germination to maximize γ-amino butyric acid, ferulic acid and γ-oryzanol content in brown rice were determined. Both sticky sticky varieties were dehusked at various grain’s humidity conditions which were 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17%. The brown rice was soaked in various solutions which were pH 2, 3, 4, 5 , 6, 7 and distilled water at room temperature for 6 hours and germinated in various CO2 concentration as 0, 3, 5, 7, 9% at 37oC for 16, 20, 24, 28 and 32 hours. The results indicated that the optimum condition for dehusk depended on grain’s moisture content which was from 13 to 14% for black sticky and from 12 to 14% for white sticky. The highest γ-amino butyric acid content was obtained when the rice was soaked in solution at pH 5 and germinated in 5% CO2 32 hours for white sticky rice and 7% CO2 32 hours for black sticky rice respectively. The γ-amino butyric acid content in white sticky rice and black sticky rice increased as 7.5 and 9.13 times when compared to brown rice. The content of ferulic acid and γ-oryzanol in GBRwere also increased after germination. Black sticky rice showed better for value for production of germinated brown rice.
Problems of Child Labour In India Under Globlisation Era - Some Solutions published in

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Dr. P. Soundararajan Child labour is a complex problem basically rooted in poverty. The Government of India has formulated policies since the economic reforms of the early 1990s. Children under fourteen comprise 3.6 per cent of the total labour force in India. Nearly eighty-five per cent are engaged in the traditional agricultural sector, less than nine per cent in manufacturing, services and repairs and only about 0.8 per cent are in factories. The elimination of child labour is a priority and is being implemented at the grass roots level in India. A large number of non-governmental and voluntary organizations are involved in this process along with national and international organisations. This paper reviews the child labour situation in India and analyses the effect of globalisation on child labour.
Evaluating Awareness on Dental Pulp Stem Cells and its Applications amongst Graduating Dental Students of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar District: A Cross-Sectional Survey published in

Advances in Human Biology

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Rohan Bhatt, Applu Bhatt, Dhruva Gurjar, Lipee Dave Aim: The next decade of dentistry is speculated to see unparalled advances in the field of stem cell tissue engineering. The discovery of stem cells in the pulp of deciduous teeth raised intriguing possibility of using dental pulp stem cells for various life threatening disorders. This novel therapy has been proved to be a huge scope in dentistry and currently has large-scale clinical applications. The WHO recommends dentists should encourage following evidence based literature in order to educate patients about the collection, storage and use of stem cells. There is a need to assess graduating dental care professionals, which would help in understanding awareness on this topic. Materials and Methods: Four dental colleges from Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar districts participated in the study. A structured questionnaire containing 13 questions was prepared and distributed to the participants. Data was analyzed after all the participants submitted their questionnaire. Results: Out of 372 students, 231 reverted back for the study. Majority of the graduating interns were ignorant about the canine being the best deciduous tooth for the extraction of stem cells. 24.84 % students believed dental pulp stem cells as best source for therapeutic use whereas almost 30% considered as bone marrow or umbilical cord. Majority of participants had no idea regarding the optimal root length to get the vital stem cells post extraction. Conclusion: Updating ourselves in medical profession is key to clinical success. In recent years due to influence of media, patients have become aware of latest innovations in medical and dental science. Therefore it has become necessary for the dental professionals to keep themselves updated to new world of dentistry.
An Overview on the Economic Impacts of Animal Trypanosomiasis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Angara T-E.E, Ismail A. A, Ibrahim A.M. Animal diseases constitute a major impeder to the development process. Zoonoses in particular are an important constraint to human development and ability for increased agricultural production. Setting priorities for disease control is an essential element for decision making process especially in resource deficit conditions. The socio-economic studies play a vital role for the priority setting of diseases control. The objective of this review was to focus on what had been written in literature on the socioeconomic aspects of Animal Trypanosomiasis. More than 20 papers on the subject were consulted, and the findings were categorized to qualitative and quantitative impacts. The result showed that worldwide the disease has serious socio-economic impacts especially in Africa. The results were discussed and conclusions were drawn.
Models of Information Behaviour in the Internet Era published in

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T. Thilagavathi, Dr. A. Thirunavukkarasu Information is a treasure and it has to be passed on to the generations as the legacy of present society. The need for information is one of the cognitive needs of humankind. Information seeking is a conscious effort to acquire information in response to a need or gap in knowledge. Information seeking behaviour is a complex activity, requiring access to diverse information resources to deal with work-related, personal, and social information problems. The information flow on all sides brought changes in the users information needs and seeking behaviour. The changing information needs of the user exert pressure in information dissemination process. The aim of the study is to learn the accessible models in the field of information behaviour and it is a journey towards finding out the suitable model. This article describes the salient features of each model to help the researchers to have a glimpse before taking up an user study. This shall also help in better organization of existing service delivery systems.
Clinical changes in working and non-working women during menopause published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
JYOTI SOLUNKE AND J.P. NERLEKAR The menopause occurs when the ovaries no longer respond to the controlling hormones released by the pituitary gland of the brains. The study was focusing on clinical changes in working and non working women during menopause. For the present study purposive sample of 100 menopausal women in the age range of 45-50 were selected from Parbhani town of Marathwada region. In this research the symptoms were categorized into two independent groups i.e. visible (external) and invisible (internal). The majority of the women were found to suffer from hot flushes and irregular bleeding. It can be suggested that the women during menopause being a constituent physiological phase of life span of women could also be enjoyed as a normal life.
RECENT ADVANCES IN TOPICAL NIOSOMAL DELIVERY FOR THE TREATMENT OF PSORIASIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sonia Tomar* and Anupama Kalia Psoriasis is renowned as a complex, chronic skin ailment that can have a significant impact on physical and mental health. It commonly causes red, scaly patches on the skin, even if some patients have no dermatological symptoms. Various drugs have been included in the treatment regimen of psoriasis which can be given orally as well as topically. However, the topical route for drug administration has advantages over the oral route as it avoids hepatic first pass effect, provides continuous drug delivery and improves patient compliance. In spite of many advantages, the lack of effective delivery of drug from existing topical systems has always been considered as the major limitation as low stratum corneum permeability limits the usefulness of topical drug delivery. This possibility of overcoming this barrier leads to emerging technology for development of drug-vesicular systems. The objective of vesicular system is to deliver the drug molecule to specific site without afflicting normal tissue. In comparison to conventional systems, these novel systems differ in their composition. The difference in composition influence the nature of self-assembled supra structure in terms of their shape, size, and surface properties. This leads to different class of carriers, viz. liposomes, niosomes, and transferosomes. Niosomes are formed from the self-assembly of non-ionic amphiphiles in combination with other lipid surfactants in aqueous medium. Niosomes have attracted a great deal of attention in the delivery of dermal drugs because of many advantages over the other vesicular systems, as they are biodegradable, non-toxic, amphiphilic in nature, penetration enhancers and effective in the modulation of drug release properties. The review focuses on available topical systems for the treatment of psoriasis and the effectiveness of niosomal topical delivery for the treatment of psoriasis.
Comparison Among Gaas and Sic: Energy Dispersion Study published in

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S. Krishnaveni, S.Ravi This paper compares the characteristics of SiC and GaAs with respect to physical parameters. There are number of factors that contribute to the reliability of SiC wide band gap. Typical features include high power, high frequency, high thermal conductivity and higher doping concentration, small depletion width results in reduction of specific on resistance. These properties equip SiC with high breakdown voltage and higher efficiency. A comparative study of typical properties of SiC and GaAs is done and it is observed that SiC is superior.
Effect of Ion Refocusing and Focusing at the Ne and Ar Small Angle Ion Bombardment on the Surface III-V Compound Semiconductors published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Karimov Muxtor Karimberganovich | Sadullaev Shuxrat Ravshanovich | Sobirov Ravshanbek Yuldashbaevich In this paper presents small angle ion scattering of noble gases from the III-V compound semiconductor surfaces have been studied by the method of computer simulation. The effect ion focusing and refocusing was studied. The coefficient of scattering ions has been calculated. Karimov Muxtor Karimberganovich | Sadullaev Shuxrat Ravshanovich | Sobirov Ravshanbek Yuldashbaevich"Effect of Ion Refocusing and Focusing at the Ne and Ar Small Angle Ion Bombardment on the Surface III-V Compound Semiconductors" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15772.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/other/15772/effect-of-ion-refocusing-and-focusing-at-the-ne-and-ar-small-angle-ion-bombardment-on-the-surface-iii-v-compound-semiconductors/karimov-muxtor-karimberganovich
Financialization: A Review of Literature published in

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Khushboo Gupta Financial system has never been such talked about topic, as it currently is. We read and hear about the events around the world in various media, along with their impact on (or any connection with) financial system. For example, our financial markets improved because of Ms. X being chosen as the president of our country. Increasingly, we see more number of people directly or indirectly employed and engaged in the financial markets. These trends which point towards increasing role of financial sector in our economy come under the ambit of financialization. This paper seeks to review some of the existing literature on financialization and to discuss about the various causes that various researchers have pointed out for the emergence of this phenomenon. Financialization and the economic crises link is then explored, with a focus on the housing bubble burst of 2007-08.
IJIRAE:: Secure Information Retrieval from DTN published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
Mr. Ajay Kapase* Mr. Pankaj Chandre. In several distributed systems a user should only be able to access data if a user posses a certain set of attributes or credentials. For example, in military environments like as a battlefield or a hostile region are possible to go through intermittent network connectivity and frequent partitions. Disruption Tolerant Network (DTN) technologies are planned to allow mobile nodes in such environments to converse with each other. Some application scenarios necessitate a security design which provides fine grain access control to contents stored in storage nodes contained by a DTN or to contents of the messages routed throughout the network. Ciphertext-Policy Attribute Based Encryption (CP-ABE) is a capable cryptographic primitive for fine-grained access control of collective information. CP-ABE provides an encrypted access control technique for broadcasting messages. On the other hand, the issue of applying the ABE to DTNs defines some security and privacy challenges like key escrow, Attribute Revocation. This paper introduces a protected data retrieval system using CP-ABE for decentralized Tolerant Networks (DTNs) where many key authorities manage their attributes separately.
Readiness for Crm Use: A Comparative Study of Urban and Rural Customers of Banks in Ernakulam District in Kerala published in

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Dr. Manoj P K Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is fast becoming an imperative for survival and growth of banks in India in the ongoing reforms era. With the fast advances in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), CRM is gradually giving way to electronic-CRM or E-CRM. Central to the implementation of any effective CRM today depends on the technological readiness (TR) of customers to use E-CRM and such other ICT-based banking services and applications. In this context this paper makes a comparative analysis of the TR of bank customers of rural and urban areas in Ernakulam district in Kerala. Accordingly, suggestions are made for effective implementation of CRM in banks, particularly in its new form viz. the E-CRM.
Kashmir Crisis: A Critical Analysis of Indo-Pak Intercession published in

Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR)

Published by Humanity Publications
Dr Ghulam Qumber, Dr Waseem Ishaque, Mr Syed Jawad Shah This paper explores the various intervention approaches adopted by both India and Pakistan regarding Kashmir issue. It uses the theoretical approaches of Constructivism, Realism and Balance of Power Theory. The study's objectives are divided into three categories, each entailing the Kashmir issue under the mentioned three theoretical approaches mentioned earlier. These variables are observed keeping in mind the empirical data available over the years, which define the situation of Kashmir from the time of Independence 1947 to the present scenario with regards to the Indo-Pak policies of influence under the cited theoretical prospects. As a result, the research concludes that not only Kashmir has been a humanitarian crisis where innocent people are slaughtered daily, but also a grave phenomenon for the international community who has failed to resolve it in 70 years.
Techno Economic Viability of Hybrid solar (PV) - AC Utility Interfaced Power System for Rural India published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
S. N. Singh and A .K. Singh A hybrid solar photovoltaic(PV) - AC utility interfaced power generating system has been developed for domestic use. The system consists of a photovoltaic array (installed on the structure of roof), an intelligent power controller and an inverter with battery as an energy storage device. The system works in such a way that it utilizes maximum power from PV source, convert it into useful AC power for household critical loads. The variation in PV power is supplemented by grid power source integrated with the PV source. The system fi nds wide application in rural sectors where the conventional source of supply has been restricted and further expansion of utility (grid) supply is not possible due to various technical & economic reasons. Thus it saves grid power and reduces the over burdening of power on grid lines . The technology of solar energy conversion into useful AC power through push-pull confi gured transistorised inverter involve PWM strategy which produces a very near sine wave output with minimum THD, leading to a high effi cient system. The system has been designed for 300 W power supply for critical loads. The simulation for generation of PWM pulses and computation of THD value has been carried out. Performance of the system was tested under various abnormal conditions like grid failure, low or no sunshine conditions etc. The system provides optimum use of solar PV power with environmental benefi ts.
EFFECT OF BALANCE QUALITY GRADE ON BALANCING OF A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kumar Abhishek*, Naman Kumar Jain, Siddharth Agnihotri Vibration due to mass imbalance in rotating parts such as in pump impellers is an important engineering problem. It is a very important factor to be considered in modern machine design, especially where high speed and reliability are significant considerations. Due to mass imbalance excessive vibration occurs and may lead to decrease in fluid velocity and pressure which may cause cavitation in the pump. Reducing rotor vibrations generally increases the service life of the rotating machinery. International Standard ISO 1940/1 is a widely accepted reference for selecting rigid rotor balance quality. This paper presents effect of balancing a Boiler Feed Pump (BFP) on two different grades G6.3 and G2.5 as specified by ISO 1940/1 and their effect on the pump performance considering the vibration as the parameter.
The Influence of Organizational Culture Dimensions on Knowledge Management Practices in the Banking Sector of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Omar Salem Bashehab, Dr. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya A quintessential precondition and constraint for Knowledge Management is culture. Therefore, the initiative of Knowledge Management, should be sensitive to Organizational Culture. Culture changes with the change in geographical landscape. Therefore, it is very important that an organization take it into account. A current system or setting that works for an organization abroad is not necessarily one that will work for Saudi organizations. The organization that acclimatizes successfully a system that is entirely compliant with the culture of Saudi Arabia will embrace the brightest and the best the culture has to offer. Knowledge Management is one of the most researched topics in India and the west. However, there are not many studies on Knowledge Management in Saudi Arabia. This research is intended to study the paradigm of Knowledge Management and Organizational Culture that is existing within the organization setting in Saudi Arabian banks
DESIGN, SYNTHESIS & EVALUATION OF NOVEL SUBSTITUTED FLUOROQUINOLONE-BENZIMIDAZOLE ANTIBACTERIALS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Shital J. Patil, Dr. Ashok P. Pingle, Khudabaksha Tamboli The current developments of the chemical and biological aspects of fluoroquinolones in a chronological manner touching upon their antibacterial properties based on the structure- activity relationship while pointing out to their mode of action. . Out of more than 8000 analogues of fluoroquinolones synthesized bearing variety of ring systems, a few dozen have been established in the market, and more are in the horizon to be introduced. Bacterial resistance to fluoroquinolones is seriously challenging the clinical applications of this class of antimicrobial agent. Most of the fluoroquinolones currently on the market or under development have only moderate activity against many gram-positive cocci, including staphylococci and streptococci. Fluoroquinolones effectiveness is concentration-dependant. It has been shown that in order for bacteria to be highly susceptible to Fluoroquinolones and prevent resistant mutants, the maximum concentration must be 10 times that of the minimum inhibitory (MIC) concentration when treating against gram-positive bacteria. The antibacterial activity of some substituted Benz imidazole derivatives against Gram negative bacteria Escherichia coli was investigated.
Analysis of Money Supply in India during 2009-10 to 2013-14 published in

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Ms. Savita Money supply plays an important role in terms of affecting the national income, prices, trade etc. Therefore, regulation of required changes in money supply is pre requisite for the smooth functioning of the economy. In a developing country like India when development efforts are made through government expenditure, money supply in the economy automatically increases. Hence over expansion of money supply may take place in developing countries like India. Therefore, to regulate the money supply there has always been a need for scientific study on money supply, money supply prepared a base for deciding the short term and the long term monetary and price policies for the economy. So this paper highlights the money supply components and their evaluation.
Demonetization Effects on Indian Life and Challenges to the Indian Government 2017 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Guguloth Chanti In the history of Indian civilization economy was florist most of times however there are several reasons behind this fact viz the grounds of social political economic , cultural traditional and climate conditions in the course of development of civilizations the conditions of Indian economy were changed due to its systematic changes in its economy the remarkable changes are abolition of œ Batter system œ and introduction of the currency which is equivalent to the value of the goods and services. Guguloth Chanti"Demonetization Effects on Indian Life and Challenges to the Indian Government 2017" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7038.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/development-economics/7038/demonetization-effects-on-indian-life-and--challenges-to-the-indian-government-2017/guguloth-chanti
Ebisa DImplementation and transformation of entrepreneurial learning model in Indonesian university: SEM analysiseribie published in

Basic Research Journal of Business Management and Accounts

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Maria and Sony Heru Priyanto Every year the number of unemployment is increasing, 20% each year. Research is expected to be found and the determinant factor based entrepreneurship education, which will be used to design and construct a model of entrepreneurship education based Entrepreneurial Learning Model (ELM). The method used in this research study descriptive and explanative research. The research was conducted at the universities of entrepreneurship education or business education (University of Dian Nuswantoro Semarang, University Jenderal Sudirman Purwokerto, and Satya Wacana Christian University Salatiga). The unit of analysis of this study is students, educators, and entrepreneurial lecture system. The data will be analyzed by means of analysis Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). From this research, educators and curriculum or syllabus establish entrepreneurship education. Application of Entrepreneurial Learning Model has been going well. Entrepreneurship education will shape the performance of entrepreneurial participants. Keywords: entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial learning model, the performance of entrepreneurial
Loss Estimation: A Load Factor Method published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
T. Murali Krishna, Dr. N.V. Ramana, Dr. S. Kamakshaiah This paper focuses on Power Loss estimation in Electrical Sub Transmission and Distribution systems. The earliest empirical approaches were by Buller and Woodrow in 1928, Hoebel in 1959, M.W. Gustafson from 1983 to 1993. Gustafson changed the values of the coefficients and provided them with a constant loss term. It has been observed that this approach is not suitable for the present load scenario. In this paper, its successive approach has been proposed and tested with real time data. It has been concluded that the relationship between loss factor and load factor is not as complicated as perceived but easily understandable. By using exponential curve fitting, a relationship that is very close to reality can be obtained. To verify the obtained equation, data has been collected from a 33kV sub transmission line existing between 132kV/33kV Thurkayamjal substation and 33kV/11kV Hayathnagar substation, APTRANSCO, Andhra Pradesh.
A STUDY OF BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS IN ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE published in

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Y. Krishna Mohan, K. Venkateshwarlu, A. Padmavijayasree, Dvhs. Sharma, B. Vijayasaradhini, V. Satyanarayana Chronic and excessive alcohol ingestion is one of the major causes of Liver diseases in the western world. Now alcohol consumption is increasing in modern India. Fatty Liver is present in 90% of chronic alcoholics. Alcohol is considered as a direct hepatotoxin. Progressive fibrosis and cirrhosis, clinically presenting as end-stage liver disease are common outcomes in alcoholic Liver disease (ALD) patients. A variety of laboratory tests are available to assist in the progression and diagnosis of cirrhosis to end stage liver disease. The aim of this study is to identify potential novel biomarkers for progression of cirrhosis to end-stage liver cirrhosis.A total of 150 subjects were participated in this study.100 were diagnosed as alcoholic liver cirrhosis and 50 were normal health subjects. The biomarkers evaluated in this study included liver function indicators including serum albumin, total bilirubin, alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT) and renal parameters (urea and creatinine). The AST,ALT,GGT,ALT/AST Ratio and Bilirubin are significantly elevated in alcoholic liver cirrhosis compared to healthy controls. Serum albumin is decreased in alcoholic liver disease patients than in healthy controls.
AN ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF CHRISTIANS MIGRATING TO ATHEISM published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. J John Sunil Manoah Christianity is type of living more than a religion, reflecting the principles and teachings of Jesus Christ, whom they consider as a savior and believed to be sent from Almighty God to save his people from sins to everlasting life. In general presumption the followers of any kind of religion needs to hold a set of principles in which they believe their life would be enlightened. When a child born in a family that follows a specific religion will be trained to abide by the religious conditions, most in common many people continues to follow those even after growing old enough to understand the world of reality, due to the beneficial factors that exist in it. The beneficial factors are different from physical world to spiritual world; very few among them tend to have their own understanding and the ability to examine the world of reality and don't compromise on the issues that conveyed to them about the religion, which seems to be in different dimensions for them. In this article I footnote some of my understandings that consider the possibilities of migration from religious beliefs to non religious beliefs specifying the Christian attributes.
Microwave dielectric properties of binary solvent water-alcohol, alcohol-alcohol mixtures at temperatures between -35C and +35C and dielectric relaxation studies published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Adel Megriche1*, Abdellatif Belhadj2, Arbi Mgaidi1 In this work, our objective was to study the complex permittivity of binary mixtures of water-ethanol, water-methanol and methanol-ethanol with various mole fractions at temperature between -35 and 35 C. Measurements were made in the frequency domain from 300 kHz to 1.3 GHz by means of an open ended coaxial line technique coupled to a network analyzer. Water-ethanol and water-methanol mixtures display a Kraszewski Law while methanol-ethanol mixture shows a Shivola-Kong Law. The static dielectric constant, ?s were obtained from the plateau of ?'(?) curve, in water rich mixture or alcohol rich mixture has similar real permittivity ?' of pure liquids. The values of ?s mixtures increase by decreasing the temperature assigned to the cooperative dynamics H-bond system in mediums. The validity of permittivity measurements according to the temperature are verified by the Queen-King Law and the constants are compared with literature data. The dielectric relaxation behaviour of water-ethanol mixture can be better described with a Cole-Davidson function while for methanol-ethanol one, a Debye function gives a good fit. At 25 C, the relaxation time ? in the aqueous mixtures of ethanol and methanol sharply increased with increasing alcohol concentration.
Scope for establishment of an Ecologically Sustainable Resort in Malnad Region of Saklespur in Karnataka published in

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Srikanth Sv The proposal for an Eco Resort which is ecologically sustainable, eco-friendly, self-sufficient and will express the local flavour, architecture, culture and traditions along with the necessary inputs required in an eco-resort, seems possible to achieve in a place such as Sakleshpur in Malnad region, which acts as the ideal natural setting for an ecological resort development
Status Assessment of Physicochemical Parameters in Gomti River Water Quality at Lucknow City Area, Uttar Pradesh, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Dr. Anand Dev Gupta
Vinay Kumar, Pramod Kumar Singh, Pokhraj Shahu, Pramod Kumar, Nishi Kumar Shukla, Markandeya and Ganesh Chandra Kisku The present research focused on river drinking water status and quality at Lucknow city area, Uttar Pradesh, India. The complex array of potential point and nonpoint sources were divided into three major source areas representing liquid manure, dry manure and domestic waste in feedstuff storage areas to river. Assessing the physicochemical characteristics trend and quantifies the impact from sources. Total 5 (upstream, midstream and downstream) samples were collected from up to downstream of Gomti river about 15 km during pre and post monsoon at 2014, 2015 and 2016. The values of pH, TSS, TDS and turbidity were higher in the post monsoon compared to pre-monsoon and other find out values for hardness, alkalinity were higher in pre monsoon. The status of river water quality were gradually increasing year by year because big difference in between 2014 to 2016 values. Results indicated that uncontrolled sewage and waste mismanagement causes a big problem because river water in Lucknow city is a primary source for drinking and irrigation water around it. Due to lack of proper treatment of Gomti River, River water is not suitable.
Brick Masonry Shallow Dome as an alternative to Conventional Floor Slab published in

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V. K. Dogra, Dr. S. N. Sinha Spherical domes have been built to cover large circular areas in many old buildings. Use of these domes is often limited to the topmost / last floor due to large value of rise at the centre. Domes can be used as floors also, provided the rise at the centre is comparatively small, so that the curved top surface could be leveled with little filling. Analysis of spherical dome for uniformly distributed load due to self weight, varying load of the fill and uniformly distributed load on the projected plan area due to floor finish / superimposed load, is presented in this paper. Graphs of meridional and hoop stress with respect to increase in rise at the centre are presented for shallow spherical domes built with 115 mm thick brick masonry. Study reveals that brick masonry shallow dome is a potential alternative to conventional floor slab for circular areas.
A Study to Evaluate use of Facebook as an Educational Tool in Dentistry published in

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Navdeep Kaur Sodhi, Kamalpreet Kaur, Dilawarjit Kaur Background: Social networking sites are quickly becoming ubiquitous online. Most popular of these websites are Facebook, Bebo and Myspace. Incorporation of these networks is a relatively new addition to higher education, involving blending of formal and informal learning. Aim and objectives: To investigate views and attitude of dental professionals regarding use of facebook as an educational tool in dental profession. Materials and Method: A total of 800 dental professionals were enrolled using a self administered questionnaire. The questionnaire comprised of nine questions regarding use of facebook in daily life and its use as an educational tool in dental profession. Data collected was put to statistical analysis using SPSS version 16.0. Results: It was observed that greater percentage of participants were in favor of using facebook as a tool for educational purposes in dentistry. Although higher percentage of participants reported advantages of facebook but pitfalls were also mentioned by some professionals, which could not be kept aside. Conclusion: Facebook may be used for pedagogical support to enhance student learning. It has many advantages as an educational tool but pitfalls and negative effects should also be kept in mind. It would be interesting to analyze impact of social networks on students learning and other aspects of education.
Somatotherapy As a Part of Rehabilitation Model For The People That Suffered Stroke published in

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Lejla Matovic, Alma Glinac This text will try to show importance of somatotherapy in regular rehabilitation model thats used with people that suffered stroke. Ultimate goal is to point out the importance of somatotherapy in evaluation of mental status as well as influence of this therapy in hierarchical model of rehabilitation and assessment of irregularities in mental functionality of people that suffered stroke. Material: Sample was made on 64 examinees, both genders, which were hospitalized in Phyisical medicine and rehabilitation clinic in Tuzla (BiH) with stroke diagnose. Methods: Mini Mental State Examination has been used for the needs of this research. Results: Statistical analyzes indicate that there are substantial 'differences between the initial and final test of mental status of people with stroke MMSE test. Observation of initial and final assessments shows statistical importance on level of p<000.5 Discussion: Somatotherapy reduces mental deviations in patients with stroke that enhances the rehabilitation model.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF SALBUTAMOL TRANSDERMAL MEMBRANES USING POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL AS PERMEATION ENHANCER published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sam Johnson Udaya Chander J.*, Akelesh T, Ardra A, Misariya Sidheek T, Noufal VP, Venkatanarayanan R Salbutamol is a beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist, which is used as an anti-asthmatic drug. The objective of the present study is to incorporate Salbutamol in the transdermal drug delivery system using polyethylene glycol as permeation enhancer and as plasticizer. The placebo and medicated films were evaluated for physiochemical properties and the medicated films were evaluated for uniformity of drug content, area variation and percent cumulative drug release. The in-vitro release study was performed using Franz diffusion cell. The patches were found to be thin and smooth and the permeation followed zero order kinetics. The release pattern of the drug extends up to 12 hours with 79% cumulative drug release, which entails this product with sustained drug release characteristic and this can minimize the frequent administration of conventional salbutamol dosage form. The medicated films also went through primary skin irritation test and the results showed that the films were non-irritant.
A REVIEW ON FORMULATION AND EVALUATION FOR MOUTH DISSOLVING TABLET published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Uma Shankar Mishra*, Dr.S.K.Prajapati, Dr.P.Bhardwaj Mouth dissolving tablets are gaining more prominence as a novel drug delivery system & emerges as one of the popular & widely accepted dosage forms, especially for pediatric patients because of incomplete development of muscular & nervous system & in case of geriatric patients suffering from Parkinsons disorder or hand tremors, forms like tablets and capsules are now days facing the problems like dysphagia, resulting in the highincidence of non compliance and making the therapy ineffective. from both pharmaceutical industries as well as patients because they are convenient to be manufactured & administered, free of side effects, offering immediate release & enhance bioavailability , so as to achieve better patient compliance. One such problem can be solved in the novel drug delivery system by formulating mouth dissolving tablets (MDTs) which disintegrates or dissolves rapidly without water with in few seconds in the mouth due to the action of superdisintegrant or maximizing pore structure in the formulation. To obviate the problems associated with conventionaldosage forms, mouth dissolving tablets have been developed having good hardness, dose uniformity, easy administration andserves as the first choice of dosage form for paediatrics, geriatrics and travelling patients. The MDTs were developed with an aim of having sufficient hardness, integrity and faster disintegration without water. Fast dissolving Tablets are disintegratingand/or dissolve rapidly in the saliva without the need for water. Some tablets are designed to dissolve in saliva remarkablyfast, within a few seconds, and are true fast-dissolving tablets. Others contain agents to enhance the rate of tablet disintegration in the oral cavity, and are more appropriately termed fast-disintegrating tablets, as they may take up to a minuteto completely disintegrate.
Communication May Fail Due to Some Barriers published in

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Dr Keyurkumar M Nayak -
Study of Academic Cheating Among Senior Secondary School Students published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Nand Kishor Choudhary -
Corrosive Injury of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract: A Review published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Rathnaswami Arunachalam and Ashwin Rammohan* Ingestion of a corrosive substance can produce severe injury to the gastrointestinal tract and can even result in death. The degree and extent of damage depends on several factors like the type of substance, the morphologic form of the agent, the quantity, and the intent. In the acute stage, perforation and necrosis may occur. Long-term complications include stricture formation in the esophagus, antral stenosis and the development of esophageal carcinoma. Endoscopy should be attempted and can be safely performed in most cases to assess the extent of damage. Procedure related perforation is rare. Stricture formation is more common in patients with second and third degree burns. This review summarizes our current knowledge and evidence based management of this unique but not uncommon pathology of the upper gastrointestinal tract.
A Study on Awareness Level of Investors towards the Methodology of Credit Rating Agencies published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Ekta Rokade During late 1980s, a few financial institutions in India felt the need for establishing an entity which could take up the task of, and help in the assessment of risk associated with the investment in the backdrop of experience of Bond Rating Agencies in western countries. A bunch of financial institutions promoted an entity called Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited (CRISIL) in 1987. There are, at present, five Rating Agencies in India which offer services of Rating and assessment agency (i.e., ONICRA) is working in India. In this study, the researcher has tried to measure the perception of investors towards the rating of financial instruments for long term investment. For this study total 100 investors were selected from Indore Division. Dr. Ekta Rokade"A Study on Awareness Level of Investors towards the Methodology of Credit Rating Agencies" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10746.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-economics/10746/a-study-on-awareness-level-of-investors-towards-the-methodology-of-credit-rating-agencies/dr-ekta-rokade
Significance of Stress Free Environment for Sustaining Business in India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
V SIVASUBRAMANIAN,Dr. RAJANDRAN K.V.R Following liberalization in 1991 and introduction of reforms in the Indian industries during past two decades, there has been intense competition among all fields of industries. The existence of tough competition to have market edge over each other results in the adoption of newer operational methods. This also leads to introduction of new products, services and marketing techniques which generates stress among employees. This organizational stress originates in organizational demands that are experienced by the individual. Stress is built up in the concept of role which is conceived as the position, a person occupies in a system. Naturally, all the employees have had to adapt to workplace changes which have caused stress among employees. However, management of each industries must aim at reducing stress breeding environment in their organization, thus infuse a sense of belongingness among employees which in turn act as force multiplier and motivate employee to work with devotion and dedication towards achieving goal of organization.
SQUARE WAVE VOLTAMMETRIC DETERMINATION OF LEAD IN COMMERCIAL KOHL USING A GLASSY CARBON ELECTRODE published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
M. A. Saha, M. Alia, A. Rebiai, T. Lanez A simple sensitive square wave voltammetric method for the determination of lead contamination of several kohl samples purchased from Algeria retail stores was developed using glassy carbon electrode. The peak current response of 5 standards aqueous solution of lead in NaNO3 as supporting electrolyte was observed showing a linear calibration curve in the concentration range of 4.10-3 2.5.10-4 mol/l of lead. Over this concentration range, the equation obtained from the linear calibration graph for lead is Y = 0.00068 + 0.0093x with a correlation coefficient of r2 = 0.987. Following this step, the potential of an aqueous solution of 12 kohl samples containing 2 M nitric acid solution as supporting electrolyte is then swept in the same range of potential (-400 to -700 mV). The amount of lead is then deduced using the linear calibration graph for lead. The results showed up to 52.14% of lead present in kohl, this concentration was over the safe limits of lead set by the world health organization standards. However; only five commercial samples of kohl tested contained less than 0.001% lead. Complete recovery of lead from the kohl was obtained by simple nitric acid digestion.
Budget Management Shopping Strategy for an E-Commerce Website published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Deep Thakkar | Shalaka Sonar | Niddhi Bhangdia | Digvijay Sonawane Recent e-commerce website does not assure shopping within a stipulated budget. Many a times when our basket/cart contains multiple products our budget gets collapsed. This somewhere affects customer shopping experience. Hence in this research we propose a methodology where a different combination of products, that customer wants to purchase is made. Then these combinations or these baskets are further evaluated based on customers given budget. While suggesting readymade baskets to customer, we make sure that quality of product is not hampered. During these transactions it is verified that both seller and customer point of view is taken into consideration. Hence due to our proposed system sellers profit margin too is considered while suggesting the basket to customer. This system enables easy shopping within less time. Many a times it happens that buyers are not satisfied because selection of products go beyond the budget and buyer is not able to spend perfect price on product on which buyer should look forward to spend. Hence our system helps in managing purchases according to preferences. Todays e-commerce website does not provide the shopping within buyers or customers stipulated budget. In our work we produce a win-win condition for both, seller and buyer/customer. Sellers profit margin is also considered while pairing products and product ratings are consider to ensure product quality. Hence our work aims to benefit both seller and buyer without compromising product quality. Deep Thakkar | Shalaka Sonar | Niddhi Bhangdia | Digvijay Sonawane"Budget Management Shopping Strategy for an E-Commerce Website" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11308.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/11308/budget-management-shopping-strategy-for-an-e-commerce-website/deep-thakkar
Application of new Herbal Pessaries for the Treatment of the Lower Genital Tract Infections published in

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Ore Sbquo Sbquo Anin Vi Sbquo Nja, Findri Gu Sbquo Tek Sbquo Tefica, Hunjak Bla Sbquo Enka The main purpose of this work was to test the efficiency of newly developed herbal pessaries to prevent antibiotic-associated yeast infection during the treatment of Ureaplasma urealytium with doxycycline. Besides, the influence of the pessaries on the efficacy of the treatment of other bacterial, yeast and viral infections as well as low grade cervical intraepithelial lesions was also assessed. 93 women in the age range from ranged 19 to 64 years (34.49.3) represented experimental group and 97 women ranging from 22 to 60 years (32.76.3) represented control group, both infected with Ureaplasma urealytium were included in the study. The patients from the experimental group were treated with doxycycline for 12 days and locally for 10 days with new herbal pessaries while the control group was treated with doxycycline and gyno-daktarin pessaries. Significantly higher efficiency was obtained for the experimental group (x2 =8.39; P=0.0038) in eradication of U. urealytium (91.5%) compared to the control group (69.1%). Besides, complete eradication of M. hominis and C. trachomatis was also observed in the experimental group. All the swabs were negative to Candida sp. following the treatment with herbal pessaries compared to 26.8% positive swabs in the case of gyno-daktarin treatment. A significant improvement was also observed in the results of Pap test following the treatment with new herbal pessaries (x2 = 23.3; P < 0.0000). Among the predictor variables, the type of the therapy had the highest, statistically significant influence on the outcome of the therapy. The synergistic effect of the medicinal plants with well known wound healing, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antiviral properties could be responsible for high treatment potential of the pessaries. This new product is superior to miconazole in the prevention of antibiotic-associated yeast infection.
SYNTHESIS AND ANTI-MICROBIAL AGENTS OF NOVEL (E)-N'-4, 4-DIFLUORO-CYCLOHEXANECARBOXYLIC ACID (SUBSTITUTED-BENZYLIDENE)-HYDRAZIDE DERIVATIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tella.Lakshmi Viveka, Mariyam Saba, S.N.T.Sunitha, Y.Aparna, L.Nalanda Sharada* A series of (E)-N'-(substituted-benzylidene)cyclohexanehydrazide derivatives were synthesized by coupling of 4,4'-diflouro cyclohexane carboxylic acid hydrazide with different aromatic aldehydes in the presence of ammonium acetate, acetic acid in catalytic amount, methanol as solvent at room temperature. All the synthesized compounds were confirmed and characterized by using various spectral technique like IR, H1NMR, C13NMR, and mass spectral studies. All the synthesized hydrazone derivatives were screened for anti-bacterial activities by disc diffusion methodagainst Staphylococcusareus,Bacillusmegaterium (Gram+ve);E.coli and Pseudomonasaeruginosa(Gram-ve)bacrerial strains,andantifungalactivity against Candidaalbicans, Rizopusmicrosporus var. oligosporus. The activity studies of all the synthesized compounds against bacterial strains in both gram positive and gram negative activity against bacterial strains revealed that the compounds 5a,5c,5d,5f,5g,5h,5i,5j,5k,5l and 5oshows moderate activity against Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC No. 1034compared with standard pencillin.off all the above compounds 5g and 5k have highest activity compared to all the synthesized compounds in gram negative in 100?g/ml/mm concentration. Activity against Fungi Rizopusmicrosporus var. oligosporus (MTCC No: 2785) revealed that the compounds 5a,5h,5j and 5n have highest activity compared to all the synthesized compounds in 100?g/ml/mm concentration. This study proved that 4,4'difluoro cyclohexane hydrazone substituted benzilidenes synthesized by condencing 4,4'-diflouro cyclohexane carboxylic acid hydrazide with different aromatic aldehydes displayed moderate to potent activity
PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES IN COUNTERING MILITANTS THREATS IN AFGHANISTAN AND THEIR IMPACT TO NEIGHBORS published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Oybek Makhmudov In these articles analyzing problems and perspectives in countering religious militants groups in Afghanistan and their scenarios. The mostly regional organizations have different approaches in countering common threats from the militants groups. In global levels exists strong confrontations with Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian regional security organisations as NATO, OSCE, CSTO and SCO in countering security and terrorism issues and targeting informations. The limited transnational military cooperation rendering ineffectual any efforts to pursue fleeing insurgents, or contains the conflict. Therefore only through joint efforts of the regions will be preventing expanded threats from the Afghanistan to neighbor regions and beyond.
Pediatric Acute Abdomen- A Descriptive Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Althaf Ahmed Pillai Acute abdomen means the patient complains of acute abdominal symptoms that suggest a disease, which definitely or possibly threatens life and may or may not demand immediate operative interference. Although most children with acute abdominal pain have self limited condition the pain may herald a surgical or medical emergency. The most difficult challenge is making a timely diagnosis so that treatment can be initiated and morbidity preserved. The majority of cases of acute abdomen arise from the conditions of the gastrointestinal tract. As different conditions of the gastrointestinal tract present with similar clinical features, accurate diagnosis by clinical methods is often a very challenging task. This study endeavors to study the acute abdomen of atraumatic origin in children in the age group of 1- 15 years
EFFECT OF ELEVATED TEMPERATURE ON CONCRETE CONTAINING WASTE TIRES RUBBER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kamal G. Sharobim*1, Hassan A. Mohamadien2 & Jassim M. Challab Rubberized concrete is like normal concrete but with replacement part of aggregate (fine or coarse) by waste tires rubber, in this paper only a part of coarse aggregate was replaced by crushedrubber. The objective of this paper is to study the effect of elevated temperatures on concrete containing waste tires rubber which used in civil construction like in rigid concrete pavement. Five different ratios of rubber were used as a replacement of the volume of coarse aggregates of concrete by 2.5%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20%. Various concrete specimens; slabs, prisms, cubes and cylinders were used. Specimens were exposed to different temperatures (50° C and 70° C for five hours and 300° C for two hours). From results, flexural strength decreases significantly with the increase in the proportion of rubber content in concrete and elevated temperature. While the compressive strength was more sensitive to temperatures where the compressive strength of the concrete containing the rubber is adversely affected by increasing temperature. Also, it was noticed that the splitting tensile strength was very sensitive to temperature than the compressive strength.
The Origin Of The Gulf Of Mexico, Its Sedimentary Basins And The Type And Abundance Of Its Hydrocarbon Deposits Were Mainly The Product Of The Evolution Of A Hotspot Since The Early Middle Jurassic Time published in

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Jaime Rueda - Gaxiola The origin of the Gulf of Mexico, based on the existence of a triple junction hot spot, allows us to understand the origin of the Hispanic Corridor, the oil and gas systems, and the hydrocarbon deposits found in the Texas-Louisiana subplate and in the Mexican Petroleum basins. This model was based on red beds, conglomerates and salt Palynostratigraphy and Inorganic Geochemistry data obtained from Mexican Oil productive and unproductive Basins. It has implications about the origin and evolution of the Texas-Louisiana Subplate, bounded by the Lewis-Clark and Texas-Boquillas-Sabinasmegashears, about its northwestward movement and 800 km displacement of the Ouachita System and its relation, since the Jurassic (during Cordilleran Orogeny), to tectonic phenomena in the Pacific subduction region such as Sevier and Laramideorogenies. Furthermore, the model can help explain the origin and evolution of the Western Region of Mexico, the Chiapas-Yucatn subplates and their Gulf oil and gas basins.
Novel load emulation technique for performance evaluation of isolated solar PV system under varying load conditions published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Vani Vijay, Viswanatha C, Giridhar Kini P and Sudhir Kumar R Solar Photo Voltaic (SPV) sources are widely used in present scenario of energy crisis for various applications including grid connected PV plants and grid isolated standalone applications. The performance of solar PV system is highly dependent upon the operating conditions of source and loads especially in standalone applications. The effect on various types of loads on standalone system can be easily analyzed at design stage and testing stage by using load emulation technique, where a virtual load is used to replace actual load, giving more flexibility and accuracy to loading conditions. Here a novel load emulator model is presented which can provide accurate variation in load power factor and THD compared to existing models. The converter decouples the current in to in phase and out of phase components and the in phase component can be regenerated. The model is simulated using MATLABTM simulation and the results are validated by comparing with experimental results obtained by loading SPV inverter with actual load. Hence the proposed load emulator is very useful in design and development of application specific solar PV systems and also for performance analysis of such systems based on various standards.
Utilization of coarse grains for formulation of value added snacks published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHILPEE GUPTA AND VIRGINIA PAUL The present study was carried out with the objectives to prepare Pua by incorporating bajra flour and soy flour, to assess the acceptability of developed product and to find the nutritive value as well as analyze elements by LIBS. The bajra flour, wheat flour and soy flour were mixed in the ratio of 10:80:10 (T1), 20:70:10 (T2), 30:60:10 (T2) and 100 per cent wheat flour (control). Sensory analysis indicated that value added snacks were liked very much by the panelists. Nutrient analysis indicated that highest moisture and ash content was found in Thalipeeth. Protein content is similar in almost all four products showing highest in Gatta while highest carbohydrate, iron, calcium content and energy was found in Laddo followed by Pua, Gatta and Thalipeeth, respectively because of addition of jaggery as an ingredient in Laddo. Finally, fat content was maximum for Laddo and Pua followed by Thalipeeth and Gatta. This may be due to addition of Ghee in Laddo and deep frying of Pua. Elements detected from LIBS spectra for the developed products were carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, iron, sodium, and magnesium. Therefore, it can be concluded that bajra flour in combination with wheat flour and soy flour can be successfully incorporated for the development of nutritious products
Form of Sentimentalism in Sheridan's 'œThe Rivals' published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
T. Poornima | M. Priyanga | T. Thilagavathi The literary history, Sheridan belongs to the period which was designed as the age of Johnson which was also alternatively called the age of Transition. During the age of Johnson his throne as classical dictator of the age was already tottering to its fall as rebellion against his authority was rife in spite of his attempt to stamp it out. Sheridan occupies an important position in the history of English drama. He was certainly the most important dramatist of the eighteenth century, and some critics give him the second place after Shakespeare. Thus Balston has remarked in his introduction to The Rival, of the only three plays in the English Language besides those of Shakespeare, which have achieved permanent popularity, two, The School for Scandal and The Rival are by Sheridan the third She Stoops to Conquer, was by Oliver Goldsmith. However long the interval the name of Sheridan comes second to Shakespeares on the role of English dramatists. T. Poornima | M. Priyanga | T. Thilagavathi"Form of Sentimentalism in Sheridans œThe Rivals" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11126.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/11126/form-of-sentimentalism-in-sheridans-œthe-rivals/t-poornima
Human Resources Audit: Dimensions Increased Productivity and Job Performance (Ethnographic Study of the Bureau of Human Resources at the University of Widyatama) published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Daniel T. H. Manurung, Retno Paryati Human Resources Audit is a systematic and objective assessment of the examination, as well as documenting the organizational functions that are affected by the management of human resources with a view to ensuring compliance with the principle of appropriateness, effectiveness and efficiency in the management of human resources for the achievement of organizational goals, objectives and functions of the work program to improve the productivity performance of the staff of the University of Widyatama. This study tries to reveal the importance of the audit of human resources in achieving the productivity and performance of employees at the University Widyatama. This research was conducted on the assessment of the Bureau of Human Resources for the performance of its employees, whether working well run each program of work and behave according to the cultural character and discipline in accordance with the behaviour of the corporate culture to improve productivity and performance by applying the principle of reward and punishment for put positions. This study uses qualitative and ethnographic approach interpretive paradigm through observation and in-depth interviews of the informants in the bureau of human resources to find out the gains in accordance with the characteristics, culture, discipline and motivation of employees working at the University of Widyatama.
HARMONIC ANALYSIS OF POWER ELECTRONIC TRANSFORMER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ashish Shukla 1 , Durga Sharma 2 , Vishwanath Prasad Kurmi Transformer size can be reduced significantly by increasing the frequency of the transformer, which can be achieved by using several power electronic converters on both sides of the transformer. This high frequency transformer is called power electronic transformer, but high frequency increases iron loss significantly. Square wave also has high value of DC component, which has undesirable effects on transformer, large values of DC voltages can shift the operation in to regions past the knee region of the saturation curve. This would result into excessive temperature rise. This paper analyzes high frequency square wave input’s adverse effects on transformer
ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE AMONG RESIDENT DOCTORS AND STAFF NURSES IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, GUJARAT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Sondarva Divyesh B1*, Dr. Kubavat Amita R2, Dr. Patel Brijal S3 and Dr. Modi Jigar P.4 A cross-sectional questionnaire-based study was conducted on 75 resident doctors and 75 staff nurses of P.D.U govt. medical college, Rajkot, Gujarat for 6 months. The final KAP questionnaire Consisted of 19 questions out of which 1 to 11 were knowledge based, 12 to 16 were attitude based and 17 to 19 were practice based questions. Almost half of the resident doctors (56%) and one third of nurses (33.33%) knew the correct definition of the pharmacovigilance. Resident doctors had significantly (p<0.001) better knowledge (65.33%) of post marketing surveillance studies done by pharmaceutical companies. While nurses had better knowledge (29.33%) than resident doctors (22.66%) in within how many days SAE reported in India to regulatory body. Regarding regulatory body responsible for monitoring of ADR, resident doctors(69.33%) had significantly (p<0.001) better knowledge than nurse (17.33%). 78.66% of doctors and 57.33% of nurses believed that healthcare persons are responsible for ADR reporting in hospital. In attitude based questions lack of time for reporting was the major discouraging factor in resident doctors (52%) while difficult to decide whether ADR has occurred or not was the major discouraging factor in case of nurses (69.34%). Both resident doctors (96%) and nurses (84%) felt that reporting of ADRs is necessary. Regarding practice based questions, In comparison to nurses (53.33%), far better number of resident doctors (89.33) [p<0.001] read article on prevention of adverse drug reactions. In practice there are more numbers of nurses (78.66%) who came with an ADRs than resident doctors (61.33%). Regarding training on how to report ADRs doctors (34.67%) had better training than nurses (9.33%). The results of the present study demonstrate that an educational interventions, CMEs and further such studies are needed to increase awareness of pharmacovigilance among the health care professionals.
ETNOMANAGEMENT AS PART ETNOECONOMY published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Pavlov К.V. Recently intensively etnoeсonomy - the science of the economic behavior of the features of different ethnic groups. Given that management is an essential part of the system of social reproduction, it seems highly relevant formation and development as a key direction etnomanagement etnoeсonomy. Etnomanagement as a promising scientific field devoted to the study of various national and ethno-regional patterns of management and control systems of the reproduction process. The study of ethnic patterns of management is based on the use of methods of general systems theory, and factor analysis. Thus, the article is carried out the analysis of various national and etno-regional management models, including the Russian model of management, identify positive and negative aspects of these models and management systems, and identifies the possibility of using some of the elements of different national models of management in Russian economic conditions.
CYTOTOXIC AND IMMUNOMODULATION EFFECT OF ROASTED FLAXSEED AND SOYBEAN EXTRACTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dharshini, T.Thirunalasundari, S.Sumayaa Research is focusing on the search for new types of natural chemotherapeutic agents derived from plant sources which are providing to be excellent sources of new compounds. Thus, Soybean (Glycine max (L)) and flaxseed (Linuim usitatissimum L.) are known to have a number of health benefits ranging from the well documented many chronic diseases. The present research article was aimed to study the cell viability and cytotoxic activity of roasted form of soybean and flaxseed extracts. The in-vitro methods used for the determination of cell viability by trypan blue dye exclusion method and cytotoxicity by MTT and SRB assay against MCF-7. The cell viability also showed significant result.The IC 50 value of roasted form of soybean and flaxseed are 125g & 80g, 135 g & 140g respectively in MTT and SRB assay whereas this extracts were found to be non-toxic to normal PBMC. It is proved that the extracts of roasted soybean and flaxseed exhibits significant anticancer potential non-toxicity on MCF-7 cell line.
SCREENING OF PHYTOCHEMICAL AND IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTY OF N-MIRACLE (POLYHERBAL FORMULATION). published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Meenatchi Sundaram Angappan*1 and Jeyaprakash Karuppaiah2 Antioxidants are substances that inhibit oxidation, and are capable of counteracting the damaging effects of oxidation in body tissue. They prevent damage caused by free radicals. They create a barrier from free radial damage that results in decaying process of oxidation. Under most pathological conditions there is generation of reactive oxygen species and other free radicals. Polyherbal compounds are concentrated pharmaceutical preparations of plants obtained by removing active constituents with a suitable solvent, which is evaporated away, and adjusting the residue to a prescribed standard. The investigation of phytochemical compounds of the material extracted in ethanol, methanol and water revealed the presence of saponins, flavonoids, steroids, terpenoids, triterpenoids, alkaloids, carbohydrates, anthraquinone, phenolic compounds, and glycosides. Antioxidant activity of the N-Miracle (Polyherbal formulation) was also assessed by DPPH assay, total antioxidant assay, superoxide radical scavenging assay, and reducing power assay. They showed commendable antioxidant effect as that of the ascorbic acid. The antioxidant properties were due to the presence of promising phytoconstituents in N-Miracle (polyherbal formulation).
Application of Eulerian and Lagrangian Couplings to Estimate the Influence of Shock Pressure Loading on the Titanium Submersible hull Using Finite Element Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A. Chennakesava Reddy The aim was to estimate the influence of shock pressure loading on the submersible hull using finite element analysis. The fluid medium was molded based on Taits equation of state. The equation of state from Jones-Wilkins-Lee (JWL) was used to describe the detonation products of explosives. The explosion and fluid were interfaced using Eulerian-Eulerian coupling and the fluid and shell were interfaced using arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian coupling. The plastic displacement of the submerged hull has been found to be 0.0412 m for explosion charge of 15 kg. The titanium submersible fails at the shock load factor of 0.45 for the explosion charge of 25 kg.
DATA MINING IN ELITE SPORTS USING APACHE HADOOP AND APACHE PIG published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D. Shireesha*, D. Srikanth Big data is really critical to our life and its emerging as one of the most important technologies in modern world. Follow are just few benefits which are very much known to all of us. Using the information kept in the social network like Face book, the marketing agencies are learning about the response for their campaigns, promot ions, and other advertising mediums. In this approach, an enterprise will have a computer to store and process big data. Here data will be stored in an RDBMS like Oracle Database, MS SQL Server or DB2 and sophisticated software’s can be written to interac t with the database, process the required data and present it to the users for analysis purpose.
Pengembangan Modul Berbasis Discovery-Inquiry untuk Fisika SMA Kelas XII Semester 2 published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Upik Rahma Fitri, Desnita Desnita, Erfan Handoko Research aimed at developing the Discovery Inquiry-based module for high school physics class XII second half of this is a study that is based on that of high school students has not yet fully meet the needs of adequate facilities. The method used is a method of research and development. In the implementation of the study outlines the development of research carried out in two stages: Theoretical and Empirical. The result of this research is a module that has been developed and can be used by high school students or equivalent that will conduct independent study about the physics of atomic nuclei and radioactivity. From the results of the validation test results were obtained expert grouped into three, namely the assessment of media experts at 81%, 83.6% material experts, and validation of professional teachers with the results of 90%. Implementation of modules in SMAN 9 Jakarta indicate that the module has been able to boost the students' cognitive value with an increase of 10.23 points. Based on the results of this study concluded that, modules developed that is based Discovery Inquiry has met the criteria so that modules can be used in self-learning.
MOBILE WIMAX SYSTEMS COMPUTER SIMULATION AND FIELD EXPERIMENT FOR DOWNLINK MULTIUSER MIMO published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vijay Chaudhari*, Prof. Dinesh D.Patil This paper of Computer Simulation and Field Experiment for Downlink Multiuser MIMO in Mobile WiMAX System overviewed the Current issues regarding the WiMAX System of today. The transmission performance for a downlink mobile WiMAX system with multiuser multiple-input multiple-output (MU-MIMO) systems in a computer simulation and field experiment is described. We Can Say that In computer simulation, a MU-MIMO transmission system can be realized by using the block diagonalization (BD) algorithm, and each user can receive signals without any signal interference from other users. The Paper is explaining the major contents regarding the the bit error rate (BER) performance and channel capacity in accordance with modulation schemes and the number of streams were simulated in a spatially correlated multipath fading environment. Furthermore, paper propose a method for evaluating the transmission performance for this downlink mobile WiMAX system in this environment by using the computer simulation Effectively the major issue of It was confirmed that the experimental mobile WiMAX system for MU-MIMO transmission successfully increased the total channel capacity of the system.
Kepemimpinan dan Tantangan Pluralisme Sosial published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Jason Lase Kepemimpinan memiliki ragam definisi dari berbagai ahli dan dapat diteropong atau diuaias dari berbagai sudut pandang dan disiplin ilmu. Luasnya uraiantentangKepemimpinaninidapatditelaahdarisudutpandangKepemimpinan Administratif, filsafat kepernimpinan, kepemimpinnan Kristen Alkitabiah, Teologi Kepemimpinan, dan Kepemimpinan Tradisional yg hidup dan ditaati dalam berbagai suku bangsa di Indonesia. Piuralisme sosial adalahbentuk keanekaragaman masyarakat, baik dari segi adat istiadat, sukubangsa, religi/kepercayaan/agama, bahasa, kebiasaan, kesenian, maupundari segisistem ekonomi, sistem organisasisosial, sistempengetahuan, dll. Keanekaragaman dalam pluralisme sosial merayap ke semua segi kehidupan masyarakat, termasuk juga keanekaragaman ide, keanekaragaman rasa atau selera, dan keaneka ragaman kcpentingan. Pendek kata, dalam pluralisme sosial terdapat keanekaragaman yang harmpirtidak terbatas.
Epidemiological Measures of Disease Frequency Against Sheep Pox published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
G. Selvaraju Sheep pox is one of the major viral diseases of sheep; it cause serious socio-economic or public health consequences, and is of major importance in the international trade of animals and animal products. An epidemiological study was undertaken to assess the crude and specific measures of morbidity, mortality and case fatality against sheep pox. In this study, a total of 15 sheep pox outbreaks were selected by active and passive surveillances in north-west agroclimatic zone of Tamil Nadu, India. Overall morbidity, mortality and case fatality rates were 7.20%, 2.42% and 33.57% respectively. Morbidity, mortality and case fatality rates were higher in young than adult animals. Morbidity, mortality and case fatality rates were higher in Trichy black than Mecheri breed and Non-descriptor. Disease frequency was higher in females than males. The present study concludes significant age, breed and sex predisposing exist in the outbreaks of sheep pox.
Land-use changes of Kaliakair upazila of Bangladesh using Remote Sensing and GIS Technologies published in

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Mozammel Haque Sarker, S M Mizanur Rahman, Mostafuzur Rahman Akhand, Md. Hashem Uddin, Dr. Dewan Abdul Quadir Land use and land cover changes of Kaliakair upazila, Bangladesh has been investigated using multi-date Landsat MSS/TM/OLI images of the year 1973, 1989 and 2014. ISODATA clustering as well supervised classification based on parallelepiped and maximum likelihood has been used to classify the dominant features such as green crops, forest vegetation, urban/built up areas and water bodies. The study has been complimented with GIS for inclusion of the settlement areas and features which could not be captured by 30 m resolution Landsat image using the aerial and google imagery. This has been done on the screen digitization. The analyzed image of 1973 showed only 15 hectares of built up areas, but in 1989 and 2014 a rapid increase of urbanization has been detected. It was around 161 hectare in 1989 and 2038 hectares in 2014. In 1973, the forest areas were around 2930 hectares but it has gradually reduced to around 2071 and 1617 hectares during the year 1989 and 2014 respectively. Boro rice was not present in 1973, but it has been found to be about 5471 and 8514 hectares in 1989 and 2014 respectively. The cause of such changes may be attributed to rapid population growth and speedy industrialization
Nitrogen management using Leaf Color chart (LCC) and nitrogen level in Kharif rice published in

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S. B. Satpute, T. Das, D. T. Surje, S. K. Maity Experiment on rice (cv. MTU 7029) was conducted at the Institute of Agriculture, Visva-Bharati during rainy season of 2009. The experiment consisted of treatments such as fifteen factorial combinations of four LCC values (3, 4 and 5) and five N rates at each time of application (10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 kg N ha-1) and ). The treatments also included one blanket split application of N and one control. The grain yield at LCC 5 was 46.2% and 19.9% more respectively over grain yield at LCC 3 and LCC 4, whereas grain yield at LCC 4 was 22.0% more over grain yield at LCC 3. Straw yield also increase gradually with higher LCC values. Grain yields at all the higher level of N application each time i.e. 15, 20, 25 and 30 kg N ha-1 were comparable with each other and significantly higher than grain yield recorded at 10 kg N ha-1. application of N at the rate of 15 or 20 kg N ha-1 each at LCC value 5 receiving 143 and 153 kg N ha-1 respectively recorded 16.5% and 18.3% increased grain yields. The higher values of LCC-N application both agronomic efficiency and physiological efficiency were improved
ANISEIKONIA SECUNDARIA A CIRUGAS REFRACTIVAS REALIZADAS POR LASIK published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Gabriel Merchn de Mendoza Introduction: to detect the occurrence of Horizontal Meridional Aniseikonia in patients operated of refractive surgery with LASIK. Methods and materials: a sample of 19 patients made emmetropic by LASIK intervention is compared t a sample of 20 naturally emmetropic patients in order to asses the effect that changes in corneal curvature have over the horizontal meridian of the retinal image taking into account that variations of the optical power of the eye alters the position of the Nodal Point which in turn alters the size of the retinal image. Pre-existing ametropia was not specified or taken into account. Merchan Monocular Test for Aniseikonia was used for this study (Merchn G. 2004). A computer generated vertically elongated ellipsoid increases, upon command, the horizontal axis gradually approaching a perfect circle. The patient activates the test and is asked to stop the moment he or she considers that the ellipsoid has turned into a perfect circle. At this point the software compares the horizontal to the vertical axis of the resulting figure. Any difference between the axes is shown in percentage. Ideally, the horizontal axis should be 100% equal to the vertical axis which means that the figure is really a circle and is perceived as such by the patient, furthermore proving that no Horizontal Meridional Magnification is present in the eye under testing. The fellow eye is similarly tested and the results of the two eyes are compared. Differences above 3% (Borish, 1975) is considered indicative of the presence of Horizontal Meridional Aniseikonia. Results: statistical analyses for both one-tail and two-tails for the Z value for difference in proportions of the two groups show that 36.8% in the first group (emtropes by surgery) is statiscally significant from 5% in the second group (natural emmetropes), thus rejecting the null hypotheses. Conclusions: refractive surgery changes the corneal curvature and consequently the position of the Nodal Point all of which may cause a secondary asymptomatic low degree Horizontal Meridional Aniseikonia in approximately one third of the cases examined.
Liquid Microbial Biofertilizers (LMF) for enhancing soil fertility '“ A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Tamilkodi. R | Victoria. J The nutrients of biological origin added to the soil to enrich the soil fertility are called biofertilizers. Biofertilizers is a substance contains living microorganisms which promote the adequate supply of nutrients to the host plants and ensure their proper development of growth and regulation in their physiology. Biofertilizer reduce the use of chemical fertilizers in agriculture. They never cause pollution in air, water and land. Indiscriminate synthetic fertilizer usage has polluted the soil, water basins, destroyed micro-organisms and eco-friendly insects, made the crop more susceptible to diseases and depleted soil fertility at the primary levels as of todays scenario is to overcome these problems which is the main reason for this review. On this basis, Microorganisms have been emerged as the potential alternative for the productivity, reliability and sustainability of the global food chain. These review focuses on liquid biofertilizer technology providing reliable reason for their necessity, specificity and emphasizes the use of agriculturally important microorganisms in different combinations i.e., Liquid Microbial Consortium (LMC) is the only solution for restoration of soil health. Biofertilizers supply plant nutrients (NPK) nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. It can be produced by using renewable wastes. Tamilkodi. R | Victoria. J"Liquid Microbial Biofertilizers (LMF) for enhancing soil fertility “ A Review" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5750.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/microbiology/5750/liquid-microbial-biofertilizers-lmf-for-enhancing-soil-fertility---a-review/tamilkodi-r
Water Conservation in Sugar Industry published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Baban Gunjal and Aparna Gunjal Sugarcane hot water balance shows that the water content of sugarcane itself is more than sufficient for internal processing. Surplus internal water is available for external use. By recycling, reuse and good house keeping, external consumption can be minimized. The polluted water is treated by anaerobic digestion-activated sludge process- pressure filtration and activated carbon. The treated water is recycled to reservoir to utilize for factory cleaning, washing, cooling water make-up, colony, gardening and irrigation. Alternatively, wastewater is made zero through bio-composting.
Identification of Medicinal Plants using Geometric Features of Leaf Image Through SVM published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Amrita Arjun Kindalkar | S. A. Angadi Plants are important to all the living beings. Further in the Indian Science, it is considered as greatest asset and gives rise to a new science called Ayurveda. Some plants provide food some have medicinal value. People instead of curing through medication which is at door step they go behind fastest cure without knowing its side effect. The reason for this is lack of knowledge for identifying medicinal plants. So inorder to avoid this we proposed a computer based technique so that we can identify the plant and give its medicinal values that will help common man to know which are the medicinal plants and also its uses. This paper describes about identifying plants species with the formation of feature set, through computer vision Amrita Arjun Kindalkar | S. A. Angadi"Identification of Medicinal Plants using Geometric Features of Leaf Image Through SVM" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15725.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/15725/identification-of-medicinal-plants-using-geometric-features-of-leaf-image-through-svm/amrita-arjun-kindalkar
Fruit Classification and Calories Measurement System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
May Zin Oo | Dr. Mya Thandar Kyu Now a day, people around the world are becoming more sensitive to their diet. Fruits contribute to an essential part of the diet because they are a major source of energy, vitamins, fiber, plant chemicals and nutrients. Fruits are naturally low in fat, sodium & calories and rich in potassium and fiber, vitamin C. The proposed system gives quickly how much calories present in their diet or fruit intake that can be very useful to maintain health without expert dietitian advice. The system will take the images of fruit and using image processing, segmentation and classification it calculates the calorie content in the fruit. This work proposes an algorithm for fruit recognition and its calorie measurement based on the image features such as shape, color and texture. For shape based feature extraction the geometrical region parameters like area, major axis and minor axis are calculated. For color based segmentation the K-Mean Clustering method is used. The gray level co-occurrence matrix (GLCM) is used to calculate different texture features. The user just takes a picture of the fruit image then to recognize the image to detect the type of fruit portion and classify using support vector machine. After classifying the type of the fruit, the calorie of each fruit with generally for 100g are derived using standard calories table. May Zin Oo | Dr. Mya Thandar Kyu"Fruit Classification and Calories Measurement System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18296.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/18296/fruit-classification-and-calories-measurement-system/may-zin-oo
Investment Scenario of Selected Industries in India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Bhoomi Patel This paper attempts to examine the spatial pattern of urban population on the basis of the analysis of data from Primary Census Abstract of Himachal Pradesh, 2011. The unit of analysis is district. The results of this study are presented in the form of tables and maps. The result shows that Shimla was highly urbanized district in the state. Further, each valley has a large number of scattered towns. Most of these urban centres continued to perform predominantly rural functions besides providing market and other facilities.
Kinetics of sulphate release in soils of Jharkhand published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BRAJENDRA*, L.M. SHUKLA1, B.S. KHERAWAT2 AND MUNNA LAL3 Ten selected soils from Alfisols and Ultisols soil orders of Jharkhand having varied physico- chemical properties were extracted with 0.15% CaCl2 (1: 5 soil solution ratio) at selected time intervals (15, 30, 45, 60, 120, 300, 600 and 1200 minutes). The results indicated that each soil has differential variable with respect to sulphate desorption. The amount of sulphate S desorbed by 0.15 % CaCl2 at different time intervals varied from 11.60 in Alfisol of Dhanbad after 15 minutes of extraction to 63.13 mg kg-1 after 1200 minutes. The mean amount of sulphate desorbed at different time intervals varied from 19.84 to 43.86 mg kg-1 . The per cent of sulphate S desorbed was more in Alfisols as compared to Ultisols. The amount of sulphate S desorbed varied with soil type as the rate of desorption reaction is controlled by the diffusion of sulphate ions through soil particles or aggregates. The amounts of sulphate S desorbed at different time interval were fitted into different kinetic models wherein it was found that the desorption of sulphate in the soils of Jharkhand was satisfactorily described by the first estimate equation.
Effect of polyamines on quality attributes of stored peach fruits published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUMMY ULLAH* AND S.K. JAWANDHA Peach is a perishable fruit and it is difficult to maintain the fruit quality at ambient conditions for a longer time. A study was conducted to enhance the storage life of peach fruits under cold storage conditions. For storage study, peach fruits of cv. Shan-i- Punjab were harvested at physiological mature stage and subjected to post-harvest dip treatments of polyamines viz; spermidine, spermine and putrescine before storage and kept at 0-10C and 90-95% relative humidity for a period of 32 days. During storage fruits were evaluated for quality parameters after 8, 16, 24 and 32 days of storage. During investigation period fruit quality parameters changed with advancement of storage period. Results revealed that postharvest treatments of spermidine, spermine and putrescine were effective in maintaining the peach fruit quality and extending post-harvest life under cold storage conditions. Putrescine @ 3 mmol L-1 treatments was found effective in maintaining firmness, pulp: stone ratio, total soluble solids, acidity, reducing sugars and non-reducing sugars during the entire storage period
Alternative investment Funds- The Rising Dominance of Hedge Funds published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Nirmala .M. The hedge fund industry has reshaped the investment landscape for its participants. Hedge funds- commonly categorized as Alternative Investment Funds(AIF)- are an exciting innovation to the range of professionally managed investment vehicles and have strongly confronted the traditional fund sector. Owing to the private nature of the fund, data on the industry is very scarce. There is extant literature on the hedge fund industry, in the international context, however there is dearth of literature and understanding of the attributes, evaluation and performance measurement of hedge funds in India. This paper proposes to bridge that gap by critically analyzing the dynamics of hedge funds and the parameters to be considered in the evaluation of a hedge fund. In the Indian context, Alternative Investment Funds remained a lucrative yet un-regulated sector. In 2011, Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI), released a concept paper along with draft regulations on AIFs. The new regulation- SEBI (Alternative Investment Funds) Regulations 2012 , was released in 2012, aiming at creating greater transparency and visibility to Alternative funds and alternative investments. This study has also examined the provisions of the above-mentioned regulations and their impact to the Indian Hedge Fund Industry.
INFLUENCE OF CREATIVE AND DIDACTIC GAME ON FINE MOTOR SKILLS IN CHILDHOOD published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Nelly Koleva In this report, a comparison is made between coordination of the hands and dexterity of children in the preparatory group of 6 and 7 years. There are investigated individual components of fine motor skills related to the mental and intellectual development of the child's personality. In connection with the experiment, two groups of children are formed: one, got a creative and didactic game, and the other- a game that has no connection in terms of control and evaluation of the group. All subjects were pre and post tested within an interval of two months. The creative and didactic game was presented to the experimental group in this interval. Each was administered three times to provide a reliable average. Analyses showed a statistically significant difference between the two groups with regard to right/left handskills speed (P£0/002). The game used to evaluate data for the study is the art that have lately become popular among children which is "Rainbow-Loom" (knitting silicone rubber bands). An analysis of this study showed a significant difference between the two groups in terms of speed in dexterity of the left and right hand. Further studies reveal that there is no connection between height, weight and age, in the skills for speed of the hands on one hand and the coordination eye-hand and hand-hand, on the other. Besides, sex in the experimental group is also not relevant to the ability of coordination. There is an important relationship between the rapidity of the left and right hand, and age. Keywords: Creative and Didactic Game; Coordination "eye-hand", "hand-hand"; Fine motor skills, Speed of Hand Skills.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF REVERSED-PHASE HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF ATORVASTATIN CALCIUM AND TELMISARTAN IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Razia Sulthana*, J.N.Suresh Kumar, N.Sai Priyanka, Ajay Babu .Ch, N.Sambasivanaik A simple, precise and accurate reversed-phase liquid chromatographic method has been developed for the simultaneous estimation of atorvastatin calcium and telmisartan in tablet formulations. The chromatographic separation was achieved on (C18, 250mm x 4.6mm, 5?) analytical column. A mixture of ammonium acetate (0.02M, pH 4.0 adjusted with glacial acetic acid) and acetonitrile in ratio (40:60 v/v) at flow rate of 1.0ml/min and detector wavelength 254 nm. The retention time of atorvastatin calcium and telmisartan was found to be 4.6 and 6.1 minutes respectively. The validation of the proposed method was carried out for its specificity, linearity, accuracy, precision, limit of detection and quantification for both atorvastatin calcium and telmisartan. The developed method can be used for routine quality analysis of titled drugs in combination in tablet formulation.
Structural and Optical Properties of Nanocrystalline Tin Sulfide Thin Films Deposited By Thermal Evaporation published in

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A. Salem, A. S. Salwa, S. N. Alamri Thermal evaporation technique was used to fabricate the nanocrystalline tin sulfide (SbS) thin films of thicknesses 200 nm and 377 nm on good quality glass substrate. The various physical properties of deposited thin films were investigated using X-ray diffraction (XRD), Atomic force microscopy (AFM), and ultraviolet-visible-near infrared spectroscopy at room temperature. X-ray diffraction analysis confirmed the orthorhombic phase of SnS films and the calculated lattice parameters were calculated. The grain size, dislocation density and micro strain were calculated using X-ray data. The result from AFM analysis show that the surface of films was compact, dense and smooth. The optical band gap and types of transitions involved in the absorption process was investigated. For allowed direct and indirect transition the band gap values varied in the range from 1.96 - 1.72 eV and 1.58 - 0.92 eV, respectively. The deduced values of the band gap suggest that the deposited thin films can be used in the fabrication of solar cell devices.
PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES, ELEMENTAL AND MINERAL CONTENTS OF TERMITERIA AND ADJACENT SOILS IN GUYUK LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ADAMAWA STATE, NIGERIA. published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

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J. A. Ndahi Solid mineral exploration is a stage of mining process where much fund, time, skill are demanding and results are uncertain. Methods and techniques that can help to make exploration stage of solid minerals mining less demanding are needed. This work is an attempt to find easier and indirect way of assessing presence of minerals and elements by analyzing termiteria and its adjacent soils in Guyuk Local Government Area of Adamawa state, Nigeria. X-ray fluorescence (XRF) was used for elemental analysis of the samples while X-ray diffraction (XRD) was used to determine the mineral contents. Standard methods were used for determination of the physicochemical properties of the samples. Results for XRF analysis indicated presence of sixteen elements viz: major; Al, Si, S, P, K, Na, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn, Ti. Trace; Ni, Cr, V, Cu, Ba, Zn, Sr, Mo, Ga, Rb, Zr, Yb, Eu, Re and Ag. Minerals determined were: quartz (SiO2), rutile (TiO2), kaolinite (Al2Si2O5 (OH)4), muscovite (H2KAl3(SiO4)3). Others were; almandine (Fe3(Al2Si3O12)), brucite (Mg (OH)2), covellite (CuS), cristoballite (SiO2) and magnesioferrite ((Mg0.306Fe0.694)(Mg0.694Fe1.306)O4)). Results of Physicochemical analysis indicated termiteria samples to be a clay type soil, while adjacent soils were less clayed type. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) results showed no significant differences between termiteria and adjacent soils and no significant differences between wet and dry season samples. Termiteria could be used as indirect way of assessing presence of underground mineral deposit. Keywords: Guyuk; termiteria; exploration; analysis; mineral
SBKRDS (Systematic Benchmark for Risk Documentation of System): Risk Assessment to Explore Threats and Vulnerability in Database Security published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Rajani. D. Singh, Dr. S. B. Kishor (www.meti.go.jp) states that, Risks involve not only information system failures, malicious assaults from within and by external parties, and problems for perpetrators and victims of failures, but also risks leading to panic of the entire national economy and to threats on lives and assets of the people. Threat can be defined as the action to breach the security of system and Vulnerability can be defined as the high potential provided to the intruders to get access in system. Possible Threats and Vulnerability of the database cannot be ignored especially when it affects the Sensitive data. Threats to databases can result in the loss or degradation of some or all of the loopholes frequently observed in Database Securities like Loss of Confidentially, Loss of Privacy, Loss of Integrity, Loss of Availability etc. We will discuss at the end of paper a models called SBKRDS (Systematically Benchmark for Risk Documentation of System) is a mechanism that distils the immense number of possible threats into a manageable picture of the most likely attacks to occur, based upon the objectives and methods of those who possess the capability and desire to do harm.
Manrega Vikas ka Path he rajniti Nahi published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Emerging trends in adoption of home science technologies as perceived by farm women published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHOBHANA GUPTAAND SHILPIVERMA The study focuses on constraints affecting the adoption and transfer of home science technologies disseminated by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) unit of CAZRI, Jodhpur to its women clientele. The study also ascertained the awareness and adoption levels of such introduced technologies. Majority of the respondents held favourable attitude towards the activities of KVK. Most of them have adopted the recommended home science technology. The study also identified factors responsible for the non-adoption of women farmers related technologies. The three highest ranking constraining factors were revealed as; Lack of resources and inputs, Specialists are being used more as journalist than extension personnel and Lack of motivation. Reasons have been proffered for the relatively low technologies adoption levels. Recommendations have also been made to enhance the technology adoption level. These include the necessity to introduce only socio- economically and culturally compatible technologies to KVK clientele, a wholesale focus on follow-up activities after initial group based technology introduction activities, and the attachment of a credit scheme to the KVK programme.
CORELATION OF CD4 COUNT WITH THE CLINICORADIOLOGICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL PROFILE IN PATIENTS WITH HIV AND PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS COINFECTION published in

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Dr. Sivaresmi Unnithan MD, Dr. P. D. Motiani MD -
Evaluation of Kinect Vision Sensor for BinPicking Applications Improved Component Separation Accuracy with Combined Use of Depth Map and Color Image published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Shigeharu Miyata This report describes a problem involved with use of Kinect depth maps for robot picking of randomly stacked components, and also a solution to this problems. When Kinect is installed above stacked parts and processing is performed using only the obtained Kinect depth map information, there are cases when individual small metal components cannot be separately identified. So that the robot can reliably pick up a single component in these cases, this report demonstrates that in areas where the system incorrectly identifies multiple components as a single component, the addition of color image information and blob analysis of the color image results in accurate separation of the individual components, allowing a single item to be identified for picking.
Design Optimization of Impeller Supporting Frames Using Finite Element Analysis published in

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Yashavantha Kumar M.p., Dr. MOHAMED HANEEF Impellers plays important role in the mixing equipment for industrial applications.Impellers are generally rotating structures.So a platform is required to install these members for its functioning.In the present work, a supporting frame of impeller need to be optimized for its weight satisfying the functional requirements.Initially the load calculations are done for the given design specifications.The geometry is built using Catia software and imported to Hypermesh for better quality mesh.The meshed file is imported to Ansys for further design optimisaition.According to the results, considerable stress of 15Mpa is observed for static weight of 1100kgs,which is less than the allowable stress of the material.Later the modal analysis is carried out to find the dynamic stability.Ansys subproblem approximation technique is used for design optimisation.Design sets are obtained and the optimizer has given the best set.
Comparative Study of Analgesic Effect of Epidural Clonidine and Magnesium Sulfate as an Adjuvent to Bupivacaine in Orthopaedic Lower Limb Surgeries published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Abhishek Choudhary, Dr. Saheer Ahmed Siddiqui, Dr. Rambabu Sharma, Dr. Nitin Johar, Dr. Meenaxi Sharma BACKGROUND: This prospective double blind, randomized controlled trial study was undertaken to compare the onset and duration of analgesia with the epidural bupivacaine and its combination with either magnesium sulphate or clonidine, to establish the ideal combination of drug with least side effects. MATERIAL & METHODS: The study included 90 patients between age group 20-60 yrs. of ASA grade I & II, scheduled for orthopaedic lower limb surgery. Patient were randomly assigned to three groups of 30 patients each. Gr. I- 20 ml of 0.5% bupivacaine + 5ml of NS, Gr.II- 20ml of 0.5% bupivacaine + 50 mg magnesium sulphate + 4ml of NS and Gr. III- 2 ml of 0.5% bupivacaine + 50 mic.g clonidine + 4 ml of NS. The time of injection, onset of analgesia, level of sensory and motor block, hemodynamic changes and side effects were recorded. RESULTS: The time of onset of sensory analgesia is least with clonidine, the time of regression of sensory analgesia to L1 segment is maximum with clonidine, time for onset of motor block is least in clonidine group, the grade of motor block is maximum in clonidine group, hemodynamic effects and side effects were not significant. CONCLUSION: we conlcuded that we have quicker time of onset of sensory and motor blockade, greater duration of analgesia, with no significant increase in side effects with clonidine group than the magnesium sulphate group.
Giant cell arteritis with internal carotid artery stenosis and third nerve palsy: a case report published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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M. Moghaddasi, Faouzya Benaissa, N. Mohebi, L. Hashami, H. Karimian, A. Rast Manesh Background: Giant cell arteritis or temporal arteritis is a necrotizing medium to large vessel arteritis of unknown etiology that was firstdescribed in 1932 by Horton. It commonly afflicts elderly people and may present with diverse manifestations such as severe headache, impairment of vision,ophtalmoplegia, polymyalgia rheumatica, tenderness of the temporal arteries, a highly elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) and a characteristic abnormal temporal artery biopsy. Case report: We report a 67-year-old man with new onset temporal headache, moderately elevated ESR, cranial nerves palsy, and high grade internal carotid artery stenosis, who was finally diagnosed as giant cell arteritis, although temporal artery biopsy was normal. Discussion: We conclude that, giant cell arteritis should be considered in all patients (even in those with ESR <50 and negative biopsy) presenting with third nerve palsy and temporal artery related symptoms or signs.
TEACHER EDUCATION: PRESENT CONCERNS AND ISSUES published in

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Sheerein Humaira, Dr. M. H. Quasmi The National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 moves away from the textbook culture to child centered pedagogy which means giving utmost importance to childs experiences, their voices and their participation. It thrusts upon the constructivist approach to knowledge. Thus, when the concept of knowledge and learner changes, the role of teacher needs to be viewed afresh as well. NCF (2005) advocates that the role of a teacher is not to impart knowledge i.e. but rather be a facilitator and being to supportive to learning so that a learner constructs knowledge on his/her own. It provides a broad framework for preparation of teachers. It talks about the ongoing professional development of teachers. It talks about the pedagogic and curricular approach which bears a lot of responsibility and ownership on the part of the teacher. It emphasis a lot of teacher-initiated activities in the classrooms. The question is: Whether the present teacher education system is able to fulfill the expectations outlined in the NCF? Or is NCF merely setting up altitudes which are far from reach? This paper highlights the issues and concerns which needs to be resolved in order to bring about a paradigm shift in teacher education.
Foreign Direct Investment in Retail A Study to Analyze What Works Best for India published in

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Sumitha R Over the past few years, the growth of the Indian economy was enormous, mainly due to the increasing availability of resources. Today, India stands as the 5th largest retail market in the world. This growth of the retail industry has attracted a number of foreign countries to India. They have started looking at India as a profitable investment avenue. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) opens up the economy for international players, thereby boosting the growth of developing nations. This paper is a study undertaken to analyze how FDI has impacted various countries and what would be its impact on Indian retail market. The study evaluates the pros and cons of FDI in retail in Indian market and relates it to other developing economies. From the results of analysis, the study concludes whether India should go for FDI in retail market.
THE SURVEY OF GASTROPOD MOLLUSKS WITH RESPECT TO ECOLOGICAL HABITAT IN THE AURANGABAD DISTRICT (MS), INDIA. published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dharmpal C. Wagh, Meena U. Patil, Priyanka M. Shejwal A survey of freshwater bodies at various locations in Aurangabad city and nearby places was carried out to have information on gastropod mollusks dwelling there in. It was observed that few spots had no the snail population. Specifically snails preferred shallow water, lentic (stagnant water) and lotic (shallow running water) habitats, whereas land slug was available in moist soil of agriculture farms. In preliminary survey eight species of Gastropod mollusks were recorded from these diverse habitats. All the species were identified with taxonomic classification by experts of Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) at Pune. The collected species of freshwater habitat are Lymnea accuminata, and L. luteola (Lamarck-1822), Bellamya bengalensis and B. dissimilis (Lamarck, 1822), Semperula maculate (Templeten,1858), Tarebia lineate (Grey,1828), Indoplanorbis exutus (Deshayes,1854) are of lotic habitat and land slug Laevicaulis alte (Ferusae, 1821), Achatina fulica (bowdich,1822) giant snail . are terrestrial ones Most of the snails are widely distributed in various aquatic habitats with wide range of ecological parameters tolerance. However, the few species L. accuminata, L. leutola, and Taerbia lineate were found only in stagnant waters, i.e lentic habitat These gastropod snails are representatives of diverse freshwater ecological habitats.
SOURCES AND EVOLUTION OF CHINA’S INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Kharyna U.Y. This article aims at studying the sources and evolution of the investment activities of the People's Republic of China. Considerable attention is paid to major factors that contributed to the rapid and effective development of the investment potential of the country. The subject of the article is the investment activities of the PRC, including measures related to improving the attractiveness of the Chinese economy in the region in the sphere of the country’s investment attraction and power. The aim of the article is defined as the study of the sources and evolution of the investment activities of China. To achieve the objective of the article, theoretical methods of scientific research, in particular analysis, classification and synthesis are used. The Article aims at solving such research questions as: conducting an analysis of the current state of Investments activities of the PRC; exploring ways of attracting foreign capital in China's economy and its outflow from China; determining the factors contributing to the rapid and, above all, effective development of investment activities in China. The article analyzes the current status and the characteristics of China's inve-vestment activities, studies the basic methods and ways of attracting foreign capital in the economy of China and its outflow, the factors that contribute to the rapid and, above all, effective development of investment activities in China. In particular, it was found that the capital inflow and outflow volumes are constantly increasing, in spite of the recent global economic crisis and slow pace of global economic growth. The focus is made on the fact that the investment attractiveness and power of China contributes to a number of factors such as, for example, the balanced policy of the Central Bank, favorable taxation regime for investors, formation and functioning of special economic zones, the high level of infrastructure development, the availability of resources including cheap labor, the openness of the Chinese economy, etc. In China, a number of industries that allow an infusion of foreign capital, and those in which it is limited or even prohibited are determined. The state identifies several key characteristics of modern investment policy in China, such as the constant revision and change of the list of industries to which investment infusion is desirable, limited and prohibited that indicates the transition from quantitative growth of attracted investments to qualitative; a shift from preferential investment policy to the equitable one; establishment and operation of a variety of special economic zones. The results of the research can be applied in both the theoretical and practical sections because the positive experience of China may be useful not only for Ukraine but also for any other developing country.
WORLD - CLASS EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Kalpana J. Modi If we check the assessment criteria in ou r academic institutions, we will find that getting published in foreign journals is given greater weight. The same is true for work experience gained abroad. Foreign collaborations are actively sought in India. Those who have published in foreign journals or those who have foreign degrees are supposed to be superior. Academic institutions advertise their joint programmes with institutions based in western countries. People with MBA degrees from some select institutions abroad get better salaries in Indian c ompanies. Indian scientists work all their life for getting recognition abroad. India should be able to generate its own world - class academics and researches. These people will be an inspiration to the future generation. This can happen only with improveme nt in School Education.
Optimization of dispersive liquid-liquid micro extraction followed by HPLC-DAD determination of Cr (III) and Co (II) based on the complexation reaction with morpholin -4-carodithioate published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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A.Chehrehghania, N. Samadia* , M. R. Vardast In this study, a dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction (DLLME) method was used for preconcentration of Cr (III) and Co (II) cations in water samples. Morpholin -4- carodithioate (MDTC) was used as chelating agent prior to extraction. High-performance liquid chromatography-diode array detection (HPLC-DAD) was used for quantification of the analytes after preconcentration. The effects of extraction, nature and volume of disperser solvent, pH value of sample solution, extraction time and extraction temperature were investigated. Under the optimum conditions, the calibration graphs were linear in the range of (10-4000?g L-1) and (5-4000 ?gL-1) with detection limits of 3 ?g L-1 and 3 ?g L -1 for Co(II) and Cr(III) respectively. Recoveries and enrichment factures for Cobalt and Chromium were obtained (90%, 63.69) and (84%, 58.42), respectively. The DLLMEHPLC-DAD method was successfully applied to the analysis of Cr (III) and Co (II) in aqueous samples.
SURVEY ON HETEROGENEOUS NETWORK TRAFFIC ANALYSIS WITH SUPERVISED AND UNSUPERVISED DATA MINING TECHNIQUES? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
D.Jayachitra, Dr. J. Jebamalar Tamilselvi? Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) in heterogeneous networks is one of the emerging research areas receiving substantial attention from both the research community and traffic analyzers. Many tasks in NTA can be naturally cast in a supervised and unsupervised learning model. Many supervised classification models and unsupervised clustering learning models in data mining have been proposed for heterogeneous network. Due to the importance of network traffic analysis in data mining research with the rapid development of new models, To provide a comprehensive review on supervised classification and unsupervised clustering model on heterogeneous type of network in this paper and systematically give a summarization of the state-of-the-art techniques for network traffic analysis. It addresses the problem of network management such as traffic load, quality of service, and trend analysis. This survey covers real time supervised classification and unsupervised clustering algorithms and analyze techniques for heterogeneous networks. It provides taxonomy of the different supervised classification algorithms and unsupervised clustering algorithms and evaluates the various performance metrics that are significantly used for the purpose of comparison. A detailed review is provided covering fuzzy relational clustering algorithm, classification learning algorithms, global voting algorithm and hybrid algorithms. The survey evolve certain open issues, key research challenges for network traffic analysis using supervised classification and unsupervised clustering model in heterogeneous networks, and likely to provide productive research directions.
Studies of allelopathic effect of Lantana camara aqueous leaf extract on growth of Parthenium hysterophorus in flowering stage. published in

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Dr. Arpana Mishra Aqueous leaves extract of different concentrations of L.camara was used to investigation their allelopathic effects on root and shoot length, leaf area and fresh and dry weight of P.hysterophorus in flowering stage. The bioassay indicated that the inhibitory effect was much more pronounced at higher concentration.
Liquid-Liquid Extraction vs Solid Phase Extraction in Biological Fluids and Drugs published in

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology (IJCPT)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Hideharu Shintani1* -
MACROKINETIC COHERENCE OF GAS - PHASE ETHYLENE MONOOXIDATION REACTION BY HYDROGEN PEROXIDE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
U. V. Mammadova*, I. T. Nagieva, L. M. Gasanova, T. M. Nagiev The gas - phase monooxidation of ethylene by hydrogen peroxide on a biomimetic heterogeneous catalyst, perfluorinated iron (III) tetraphenylporphyrin, deposited on alumina (per - FTPhPFe3+OH/Al2O3)was studied under comparatively mild conditions. The biomimetic oxidation of ethylene with hydrogen peroxide was sh own to be coherently synchronized with the decomposition of H2O2. Depending on reaction medium conditions, one of two desired products was formed, either ethanol or acetaldehyde. The probable mechanism of ethylene transformation was studied. A kinetic mod el that fits the experimental data is studied on the basis of the most probable mech - anism of ethylene oxidation by hydrogen peroxide over a biomimetic catalyst (per - FTPhPFe3+OH/Al2O3). Effective rate constants for the catalase and monooxygenase reactions and their effective activation energies are found.
A SURVEY ON CRYPTOGRAPHIC CLOUD STORAGE TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. R. Sridevi*1 & C. B. Banupriya2 The cloud computing has become a revolution in information technology, it includes elements from grid computing, utility computing and autonomic computing into a creative deployment architecture. The web service use web service to provide high performance and easy access of storage infrastructure.In this paper a survey of existing cryptographic storage techniques and benefits in cloud computing is discussed
Comparison of Classical and Photograph Method of Body Measurements in Awassi Sheep Breed published in

Black Sea Journal of Engineering and Science

Published by Black Sea Publishers
Serdar GENÇ In this study, the withers height (WH), chest depth (CD), back height (BH), rump height (RH), rump width (RW) and pin bone width (PBW) of Awassi sheep breed were measured using Classical Method (CM) and Object Photo Method (OPM). For this purpose, body measurements of 24 Awassi Awassi sheep breed from private farm in Kırşehir were determined using CM and OPM. The present study, it was conducted that OPM could be used instead of CM to determining the body measurements BH, RH and PBW of Awassi sheep breed.
THE EFFECT OF MORINGAOLEIFERA OIL - BASED DIET ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, HAEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS AND PLASMA LIPID PROFILE IN ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Ajayi Olubunmi Bolanle, 1Akintoroye Olufunmilayo, 2Olaofe Olorunfemi, 1Olajiga Temitayo. The effect of Moringa oleifera oil based diet on growth performance, haematological parameters such as Packed Cell Volume (PCV), Haemoglobin (Hb), White blood cells (WBCs) and differential counts (Eosinophils, monocytes, neutrophils and lymphocytes), plasma lipid profilecreatinine, urea in albino rat was studied. Twelve, two-weeks old albino rats (Rattus norvegicus) with an initial average weight of 31.6 3.2g were grouped into two groups of six animals each. The first group was fed with soya bean oil based diet (control group), while the second group was fed with Moringa oleifera oil test diet for six weeks ad libitum. Thereafter, plasma was collected and analyzed for Total cholesterol (TC), High density lipoprotein (HDL-C), Low density lipoprotein (LDL-C), Triglyceride (TG), Total cholesterol (TC). There was no significant difference (P< 0.05) in the weight gained, haematological parameters, and urea in the serum of the test rats when compared with the control, but creatinine level decreased. Also the plasma lipid profile was not significantly affected. These results implies that Moringa oleifera oil- based diet supported the growth of rats with no adverse effect on haematological parameters, plasma lipid profile, urea and creatinine , therefore Moringa oleifera oil can be said to have a positive immunostimulatory potential, and its a good nutraceutic food for animals that poses no cardiovascular risk.
THE EVALUATION OF A FORMATION AND A REPRODUCTION OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN GOMEL REGION published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Karpenko Elena; Karpenko Valierii The article analyzes the existing methodology for assessing reproduction of the human resources in the contemporary market conditions; definition indicators of the reproduction of human resources of the region and the influencies factors on them; improved the evaluation methods of the regional activity for the formation of human resources. The method is approved on the materials of Gomel region. The developed method is more accurate and based on the environmental factor in the region. The hypothesis of the influence of environmental factors on the reproduction (in particular the formation) is confirmed on the basis of the comparative analysis techniques. As this factor as the conditions must be considered in the development of state mechanisms reproductive management of human resources.
Proposed Design and Analysis of Hybrid Configuration of Mini Hydro, Solar And Wind Power Plants: A Study published in

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Dr Ashwini Mathur Electricity is one of the driving forces in a growing economy and increasing demand puts incredible pressure on the countries energy infrastructure to match that demand. India as a developing country, where majority of the population lives in rural areas without access to electricity, the problem assumes greater importance. Extension of the central electricity grid to such areas is either financially not viable or practically not feasible as these locations are geographically isolated, sparsely populated and have a very low power demand. The best suited configuration of a hybrid renewable energy system out of various combinations to meet the village load requirement reliably, continuously and sustainably. The minimized cost of energy generation from the Hybrid renewable energy technology system. The systems cost-effectiveness, to calculate the cost of energy from hybrid Renewable Energy Technologies, then compares it to the cost of grid extension to determine the economic distance limit using homer software.
INCREASING EFFICIENCY AND QUALITY OF EDUCATION published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Michael Schaefer The article discusses and shows the impact of globalization and demographic development on the educational system and level in Europe and Ukraine. Migration of students to other countries means decreasing hours for staff, decreasing budget and as a result a decreasing level and quality of education in common. Teachers, staff and administration of academies and universities are fighting with each other for their hours instead of thinking about strategic marketing, new educational projects, new ideas, new media and innovative development to attract domestic students as well as foreign ones. Statistics show overcoming students worldwide. Trend is demonstrating that students migrate in high-ranked countries because of perspectives there after graduation. Comparison Ukraine with other countries shows the same trends. As an example the study in Kharkov region is shown here. The old way of thinking that universities are governmental institutions with safe working places don't reflect the reality. Nowadays, universities and academies are like private enterprises which sell and offer a product on market named “education”. Students in a global world can choose the country, city or institution. Even online is up to date without any borders at all.
AN OVERVIEW ON DEVELOPED AND VALIDATED METHODS FOR METFORMIN AND GLIBENCLAMIDE IN BULK AND COMBINED DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
G. Maggi Stella*, K. Geetha*, A. Ajitha and V. Uma Maheswara Rao Metformin hydrochloride is the biguanide class of oral antihyperglycemics improves glucose tolerance in patients with type 2 diabetes, lowering both basal and postprandial plasma glucose. It is developed and validated by different instruments like UV-Spectroscopy, HPLC and RP-HPLC. Glibenclamide also known as glyburide is a potent, second generation oral sulfonylurea antidiabetic agent widely used to lower blood glucose levels in patients with type II non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. It is developed and validated by different instruments like UV Spectrophotometry and RP-HPLC. Metformin/glibenclamide (Glucovance) fixed-dose combination tablets are a second-line drug treatment for type 2 diabetes mellitus when glycaemic control does not improve with metformin or sulfonylurea monotherapy. It is developed and validated by different instruments like UV-Visible spectroscopy, RP-HPLC and HPTLC. The developed methods were accurate, precise and linear.
A Novel GA-SVM Model For Vehicles And Pedestrial Classification In Videos published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Akintola Kolawole G. The paper presents a novel algorithm for object classification in videos based on improved support vector machine (SVM) and genetic algorithm. One of the problems of support vector machine is selection of the appropriate parameters for the kernel. This has affected the accuracy of the SVM over the years. This research aims at optimizing the SVM Radial Basis kernel parameters using the genetic algorithm. Moving object classification is a requirement in smart visual surveillance systems as it allows the system to know the kind of object in the scene and be able to recognize the actions the object can perform. This paper presents an GA-SVM machine learning approach for real time object classification in videos. Radial distance signal features are extracted from the silhouettes of object detected in videos. The radial distance signals features are then normalized and fed into the GA-SVM model. The classification rate of 99.39% is achieved with the genetically trained SVM algorithm while 99.1% classification accuracy is achieved with the normal SVM. A comparison of this classifier with some other classifiers in terms of classification accuracy shows a better performance than other classifiers such as the normal SVM, Artificial neural network (ANN), Genetic Artificial neural network (GANN), K-nearest neighbor (K-NN) and K-Means classifiers. Akintola Kolawole G."A Novel GA-SVM Model For Vehicles And Pedestrial Classification In Videos" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd109.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/artificial-intelligence/109/a-novel-ga-svm-model-for-vehicles-and-pedestrial-classification-in-videos/akintola-kolawole-g
HELMUT LACHENMANN AND DARMSTADT SCHOOL. published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalya Gennadjevna Gorshkova This article discusses the principles of creative composers participating International Summer Courses for New Music in Darmstadt and the integration of these principles in the work of the representative of the post-war avant-garde music - Helmut Lachenmann. Such a study is the first such specimen, made in Russian.
Accounting Information and Share Prices in the Food and Beverage, and Conglomerate sub-sectors of the Nigerian Stock Exchange published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Sylvester ERIABIE Ben-Caleb EGBIDE The main objective of the study is to examine whether accounting information is value relevant in both the food and beverage, and the conglomerate subsectors of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). The study also compared the value relevance of accounting information for both sectors. A random sample of seven companies was selected from a total population of thirteen companies listed in the Food and Beverage subsector of the NSE. The study also took a random sample of another seven companies in the conglomerate subsector. Data were gathered from these companies for the period 2005 to 2014. Using the Ohlson (1995) model and the multiple regression method, we found that market price per share (MPS) is positively, but insignificantly related to book value per share (BVPS) and earnings per share (EPS) in the conglomerate sub sector. On the other hand, for food and beverage sub sector, MPS is positively and significantly related to BVPS and EPS. Accounting information is more value relevant in the food and beverage subsector than the conglomerate subsector as shown by the adjusted R2 of 0.89 for Food and Beverage subsector and 0.15 for the conglomerate sub sector. We recommended that accounting rules should be more sector-specific, and monitoring should be taken more seriously in the conglomerate subsector to enhance value relevance of accounting information in NSE.
Static bioassay and behavioural responses of cypermethrin on freshwater teleost, Labeo rohita published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MOHINI GADHIA AND RAKESH PRAJAPATI Static renewal bioassay test was conducted to determine the toxicity of pyrithroid Cypermethrin (10% EC) insecticide on a freshwater teleost (Labeo rohita). Fishes were exposed to various concentrations of Cypermethrin for 96 h and the per cent mortality was recorded. The LC50 value was found to be 0.06 ppm. Behavioural changes were observed in fish exposed to lethal concentrations exhibiting erratic and darting movements with imbalanced swimming.
Hybrid Learning: a Paradigm in Teaching Methodology published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Subina Syal Hybrid learning suggests the prospective to generate effective training, to save time and money for the Institute, to make teaching more appealing and expedient for students, and to offer the professionals a chance to innovate. The aim of this paper is to provide aneffective confab of the prospective of blended learning in the context of the challenges in front of higher education. There is a great requirement to rethink and restructure the learning experience
EVALUATION OF PERIODNTAL PATHOGENS AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN TAMILNADU published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Kanakam Elizabeth Thomas1*, V. Mangayarkarasi2 and D. Balakrishnan3 Aim: To find out the prevalence of periodontitis among pregnant women in Tamil Nadu and evaluate the presence of both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria associated with periodontitis. Introduction: Periodontitis and pregnancy are closely assosciated. Different studies outside India and within India shows varied results. This study intends to correlate periodontitis and pregnancy involving the various changes occurring in the oral micro flora. Materials and Methods: A total of 180 subjects were taken for the current study. With the help of paper points subgingival plaque was taken from women at second trimester of pregnancy and at post partum stage.. The sample was processed for both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. Results: From the results it can be seen that the percentage of women having periodontitis was high at second trimester. There was a slight decrease in the post partum stage. Apart from E.coli, other aerobic bacteria showed statistical significance. Among anaerobic bacteria there was a reduction in anaerobic flora from second trimester to post partum stage. Stomatococcus, Peptococcus, Eubacterium, Aggregatibacter sp, Bacteroides, Prevotella sp, Fusobacterium, Treponema denticola and Tannerella forsythia showed statistical significance. Conclusion: Till date in India, routine dental care is not recommended by gynecologists to the prospective mothers. Proper advice from gynecologists, in routine dental check up will eventually lead to reduction in uneventful childbirth due to lack of knowledge in oral health care.
PROVE OF EXISTENCE AND CALCULATION OF THE PARAMETERS OF IRRADIATION FIELD published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elena Vitalievna Bessarabova In the article the principle of occurrence of irradiation field on the eye retina in the process of objects perception is examined. The factors that influence on its occurrence are analysed. Based on the analysis, the main parameters of the field, such as the size of concentration and dissipation, the attenuation degree, the diameter dependence of the eye pupil from the brightness, the influence of diffuse reflectance material on the field size, was calculated.
Studies on Application of Plant Growth Regulators And Macro Nutrients on Seedling Growth in Jamun [Syzygium cuminii (L.) Skeels] published in

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Surakshitha, N. C.,Dr. Mahadevamma, M.,Sharath Kumar, M. Jamun (Syzygium cuminii Skeels) is an important indigenous minor fruit of commercial value. Foliar application of growth regulators and macro nutrients are known to enhance the growth of seedlings of various fruit crops. The present investigation was carried out to reduce the time required to reach graftable size of jamun seedlings using growth regulators and macronutrients at Regional Horticultural Research and Extension Centre, Bengaluru during the year 2012-2013. The foliar application of GA3 at 300 ppm found to be beneficial to enhance the seedling height (57.66 cm), diameter (6.06 mm), fresh weight (94.66 g) and dry weight (35.86 g) and to reduce the number of days taken to reach graftable size (132.72 days) compared to control.
Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity, Synergistic Efficacy, Qualitative and Quantitative Phytochemical Determination of Alstonia Boonei Leaf and Stem Bark on Selected Clinical Isolates published in

Triple A Research Journal of Multidisciplinary

Published by Triple A Research Journal
Oludare T.O, Bamidele O, Aladejana O.M and Ogunlade A.O This study evaluated the antimicrobial activity, of Alstonia boonei leaf, stem bark and the synergistic efficacy of A. boonei leaf plus stem bark on seven bacteria (Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria) which are strains of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus viridans, Salmonella typhi and Klebsiella pneumoniae, and three fungal isolates which are Candida albicans, Aspergillus flavus and Trichophyton rubrum. This study also evaluates the quantitative and qualitative phytochemical properties of A. boonei leaf and stem bark, as well as the minimum inhibitory concentration of A. boonei leaf and stem bark crude extracts on the selected clinical isolates. A. boonei was collected from ore in Odigbo local government of Ondo state. Crude extraction of air dried leaf and stem bark was carried out by soaking the plant in dichloromethane, standard agar good diffusion method was used for sensitivity testing and the minimum inhibitory concentration values are obtained by agar dilution method. The crude extract from both plant parts shows high antimicrobial property, while the synergistic effect of the leaf and stem bark shows comparatively higher antimicrobial property to the individual tissue. Sensitivity test revealed that the highest zone of inhibition was observed from the synergy of A. boonei leaf and stem bark against E. coli with 25mm at 100mg/ml, while the least zone of inhibition is observed from the stem bark extract against K. pneumoniae with 2mm at 6.25mg/ml. the highest antifungal activity is from the synergistic effect against C. albicans with 20mm zone of inhibition at 100mg/ml, and the least antifungal activity is observed against T. rubrum with 11mm zone of inhibition at 100mg/ml to the leaf extract of A. boonei. The qualitative and quantitative phytochemical analysis reveals the presence of phytochemicals such as Alkaloid, cardiac glycoside, steroids, tannin, saponin, flavonoid, anthraquinone, phenol and reducing sugars in the different tissues and it supports their antimicrobial activities. Keywords: Alstonia boonei leaf, stem bark Antibacterial, Synergistic efficacy and Phytochemical activity.
A Study on Policy Statement in Field Work and its Relevance in Social Work Education published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs. Sridevi K. , Dr. Ramesh B. Policy making is a cornerstone of educational planning; these policies serve as guidelines and reflectthe common interests of all parties involved in practicum. The main aim of the study is to identify the facts and realities of various schools of social work with regard to the implementation of polices of practicum in postgraduate social work education in Karnataka.The study was conducted considering responses of 24 HODs and 606 students of social work department in post-graduation. The study was descriptive in nature with purposive sampling.The finding indicates that majority of departments dont have policy statements, in case of having, the students are not satisfied with the policy statements. In some departments they have statements but students are not aware of it, in some cases students say that there is a statement but in reality departments dont have statements.
Formation of modifications and properties analysis of structural description in image recognition published in

Bulletin of the National Technical University "Kharkov Polytechnic Institute". A series of "Information and Modeling"

Published by National Technical University "Kharkov Polytechnic Institute"
Gorokhovatskiy V.A., Vlasenko N.V., Poliakova T.V. The principles of formation, transformation and modifications property for the structural descriptions of images as a set of features are discussed in article. The experimental results on estimation of reliability and noise immunity proposed methods are adduced, that in terms of reliability and performance is better known methods. Figs.: 2. Refs.: 8 titles.
Psychological Well-Being and Depression Among Inhabitants of Old Age Homes of Jaipur, Rajasthan published in

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Mohd Wasim Mughal, Dr. Nishi Fatma The elderly population is large in general and growing due to advancement of health care education. These people are faced with numerous physical, psychological and social role changes that challenge their sense of self and capacity to live happily. In the above context, a study was conducted to understand the psychological well-being and depression among inhabitants of old age homes. This study was carried out on 60 elderly people (both males and females) of 60 years of age and above residing in selected old age homes of Jaipur city. The tools used for this study were Becks Depression Inventory and Ryffs Psychological Well-being Scale. T-test was applied to check the difference of depression and psychological well-being among elderly males and females and the Karl-Pearson r method was used to check the correlation. Result reveals that a significant difference in depression and psychological well-being with respect to both elderly males and females. While correlation between depression and psychological well-being among elderly males and females reveals that there is positive correlation among elderly males and a negative correlation among elderly females.
Synthesis and Characterisation of Chiral Cobalt Complexes published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sunny S. Tarve, Raju M. Patil The reactions of Cobalt(II) sulphateheptahydrate with two different ligands such as sodium salt of p-methylisonitrosoacetophenone (MINAP) and various chiral amino acids (aa) formed a series of Ternary Chiral Mixed Ligand (CML) Co(II) metal complexes with general molecular formula [Co(MINAP)(aa).2H2O]. All the complexes have been characterised on the basis of elemental analysis, molar conductance, magnetic susceptibility, specific optical rotation, electronic absorption, infrared spectral and thermal studies. On the basis of results the bonding and structure of the complexes discussed in details.
CHEMICAL SCREENING AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ANDROGRAPHIS ECHIOIDES (L.) NEES AN INDIGENOUS MEDICINAL PLANT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kanchana G1*, Nirubama K, Rubalakshmi G2 The investigation was carried out to determine the possible phytochemical components from the petroleum ether, chloroform, ethyl acetate and hydroalcoholic extracts of Andrographis echioides. Among the phytochemical screening of these extracts, hydroalcoholic extract illustrated that the whole plant was rich in flavonoids, saponins, tannins and phenols. This study was extended by scrutinizing the antimicrobial activity in the hydroalcoholic extract of Andrographis echioides. The analysis revealed that Andrographis echioides needs further research on toxicological aspects to develop safe drug.
DISTANCE EDUCATION OF ENGLISH TEACHERS IN UNDERDEVELOPED AREA OF CHINA published in

Research Journal of English Language and Literature

Published by KY publications, India
XIA Yanhua The problem investigated by this study is the distance learning and learning style of middle school English teachers in underdeveloped area of China from life-long education perspectives. There are few empirical studies on the role of distance learning from the middle school English teachers perspectives. Furthermore, there are few studies on the relationship between teacher age and studying style. The study investigates this gap in the research, identifying factors that impact teachers life-long education in rural west China. Key words: distance education; English teachers; underdeveloped area of China INTRODUCTION Middle school English teachers in rural west China as adults are not only learning as individuals, but as members of a group. Teachers expect information that is up-to-date and authoritative, courses that are flexible and accommodate different learning styles, guidance on what and how to study, opportunities to do something with what they learn (assignments and projects), feedback on their work and progress, and help dealing with administrative or personal problems related to the program. In addition to influencing the design and implementation of courses, these expectations should be considered when determining the nature of instruction and support services provided. The most important criteria are determining the best supports to ensure student success [1]. Three areas of support services that are critical include advisement and counselling, administrative support, and teachers interaction with faculty and others. BASIC THEORY Distance education students may require additional advisement throughout their student tenure which may include advice on course selection, course requirements and testing modes, and assistance in understanding the relationship of various courses to program completion. Distance education may impose a greater demand on student time than expected. This can impact their work and family responsibilities. While issues should be addressed during the students' orientation process, counselling support services should be made readily available to address additional family, health, and employment issues that may arise. Counselling support services should be proactive as well as reactive to ensure that students who may not seek assistance when in crisis can be identified in order
A REVIEW OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE COCOS MALAY DWELLINGS IN AUSTRALIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Nurul Ainbinti Osri, Noor Aziahbinti Mohd. Ariffin This paper studies the unique anthropology of the Cocos Malays of Cocos (Keeling) Island in Australia. The focus of the study is on the evolution and transformation of their dwelling architecture and culture. Cocos Island is an isolated coral atoll located in the vast Indian Ocean and it became a home for the small community of Cocos Malays. Cocos Malays is a group of people from various ethnicities who were brought by a British merchant as slaves when he decided to inhabit and settle on the island in the 1820s. The slaves were a combination of people, mostly of Malay origin with the majority coming from Banjarmasin, Indonesia. These people later became assimilated into what is known today as the Cocos Malays. Starting by being slaves to the British and later as Australian subjects, this paper traces their history through the transformation of their dwelling culture until the present time. The dwellings, apart from serving the function of basic needs for human being also acts as a place for them to experience their sense of belonging, culture and worth of a people displaced by circumstances beyond their control. Through archival research and present observations the paper in progress elucidates the transformation of the architectural practices of the Cocos Malays’ dwelling culture. Keywords:Cocos Malay, Cocos (Keeling) Island, Dwelling culture
Adsorption of Chromium (Vi) from Aqueous Solution using Crosslinked Chitosan Graft Polyacrylonitrile Copolymer published in

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Shankar.P, Gomathi. T, Vijayalakshmi. K, Sudha. P.N. The present work concerns with the synthesis of chitosan copolymers for removal of chromium ions wastewater. Crosslinked chitosan graft polyacrylonitrile copolymer was prepared, characterized and used as the adsorbent under various experimental parameters such as contact time, adsorbent dose and pH of the solution. The obtained results reveal that the adsorption of metal ion increases with the increase of shaking time and adsorbent dose. A pH 5.0 was found to be an optimum pH for Cr (VI) adsorption. The adsorption kinetics has been explained using Lagergren pseudofirst order and pseudo-second order kinetics model. From the obtained results it was concluded that under optimum conditions, the chitosan grafted poly AN was found as an effective adsorbent for the removal of chromium.
A Rare Case of Wilkies Syndrome published in

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Dr. Hariprasad. T. R, Dr. Rohit. K, Dr. Tejas. A. P Wilkies syndrome is a rare syndrome of intestinal obstruction occurring due to compression of third part of duodenum by the superior mesenteric artery.It usually occurs due to reduction of aorto-mesenteric angle caused by a variety of causes. It needs strong suspicion and keen evaluation to diagnose the condition.We present a case of 18 year old boy who presented with post prandial vomiting of 6 months duration along with loss of weight. This case highlights the fact that even rarest of causes should be kept in mind while evaluating a patient with intestinal obstruction.
A Study on Factors Affecting Brand Trust Apple I Phone published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. K. Soniya | Mr. G. Mohanraj The Apple iPhone brought a whole new level on interface and features such as incorporating the iPod technology as well as multi-touch technology which let users to control everything using only their fingers. The research on the level of customer trust satisfaction on buying an iPhone has been done across the world as it was one of the first hand phone that was release by Apple. Customer satisfaction is a blurred and concrete concept and the actual expression of the state of satisfaction will vary depending on individuals needs and it also depends on the product or service. The level of trust satisfaction can also vary depending on other options the customer may have and other products against which the customer can compare the organizations products. It also distinguishes six qualities of attributes such as basic factors, excitement factors, performance factors, indifferent attributes, questionable attributes and reverse attributes. The objective of this research is to analyze the level of loyalty satisfaction of having an iPhone based on certain factors. This research will look into factors such as price and quality where each factors has its respective advantages or disadvantages to affect the customers level of trust satisfaction. This is because every diverse consumer has their own priority of need before even getting a new hand phone. The research will be focusing on the capability of the iPhone and what it has to offer to the customers that makes it different and better than its competitors. These capabilities refer back to the factors which were mentioned earlier in the paragraph earlier. Technology for hand phones has been developing endlessly with new features offered as time passed. Apples new range of products, especially the iPhone shows such vast improvement. The research first looks at the background of the company which is Apple and what they have offered to their customers before launching the iPhone. Next, the research will provide detailed explanation and information on each factor that will affect the customers satisfaction. Dr. K. Soniya | Mr. G. Mohanraj "A Study on Factors Affecting Brand Trust Apple (I Phone)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18899.pdf
AN OVERVIEW OF CONVENTIONAL FLEXO PLATE MAKING & DIGITAL PLATE MAKING PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Arohit Goyat*1, Nishan Singh2 & Gurmeet Singh Flexography is a modern version of letterpress printing. This traditional method of printing can be used on almost any type of substrate, including corrugated cardboard, cellophane, plastic, label stock, fabric and metallic film. Flexography uses quick-drying, semi-liquid inks. In this new age of digital printing, flexography holds its own in the areas of large orders, particularly of packaging products and labeling. Flexographic printing uses flexible photopolymer printing plates wrapped around rotating cylinders on a web press. The inked plates have a slightly raised image and rotate at high speeds to transfer the image to the substrate. Flexography inks can print on many types of absorbent and non-absorbent materials. Flexography is well-suited to print continuous patterns, such as for gift wrap and wallpaper.
ASPEK PERLINDUNGAN ANAK DALAM TINDAK KEKERASAN (BULLYING) TERHADAP SISWA KORBAN KEKERASAN DI SEKOLAH (Studi Kasus di SMK Kabupaten Banyumas) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Muhammad Children is nation future asset and router generation dream of nation, so children is entitled to the continuity of life, grow, and expand, participating and entitled of protection from discrimination and also have civil rights and freedom. These days there are aggressive behaviors and depress to the children, in the form of physical action and bullying that happened in education environment start from base level till college. From research result, physical bullying counted 9 times; verbal bullying counted 14 times and of bullying physical/ mental counted 8 times. This Bullying done by psychical and verbal. Bullying cause separate impact for student. Legal protection of student at school arranged in Law No.32 year 2002 concerning Protection of child. Kata Kunci: anak, bullying, perlindungan hukum
A REVIEW ON HEPATIC DISEASES AND DEVELOPMENT OF HERBAL DRUGS FOR THE TREATMENT OF LIVER COMPLICATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tarasankar Maity*, Surajit Maity, Nilanjan Pahari, Durgesh Ranjan Kar and Subarna Ganguli Herbal plants or ayurvedic medicines have been used traditionally by herbalist worldwide for the prevention and treatment of various hepatic diseases. The traditional plants play a major role in the life of human beings and animals. The liver plays a central role in transforming and clearing chemicals. Liver has one of the highest value of importance for the systemic detoxification and deposition of endogenous and exogenous substances. Liver diseases are considered to be a serious health disorders. Liver dysfunction that challenges not only health care professionals but also the pharmaceutical industry and drug regulatory agencies. Drug-induced liver injury (DILI) possesses a major clinical problem. DILI has become the leading cause of acute liver failure and transplantation in Western countries. Medicinal plants are significant source of Hepatoprotective drugs. The plants are one of the indispensable natural sources, widely used in the treatment of various diseases, including liver disorders, without adverse effect. Therefore the present review is aimed at compiling data based on various liver disorders such as Viral Hepatitis, Cirrhosis, Alcoholic liver disease, Fatty liver, Drug induced liver injury etc and pharmacologically active phytochemicals from medicinal plants that have been investigated in various hepatotoxicity animals models.
A Comparative Study of Study Habits of Adolescents of Government and Private schools and their relation to personality published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Jyoti khanna Jimoh (2000) describe s education as the totality of the experiences made available to individuals, in formal or informal situations to make them develop a rounded personality and to be useful to themselves and the society at large. And development of personality of the childs depends on the adjustment with the environment. To help the pupil in making the changing environment is one of the important aims of education. Adjustment helps in having integrated and balanced personality. Considering the numerous advantages that are de sirable from education, no amount of resources expended on it can be described as too much. Thus parents and guardian s send their children and wards to secondary schools to acquire relevant educational skills, knowledge and good morals so as to be useful t o themselves and society.
Effect of Plyometric Training and Combination of Weight And Plyometric Training on Selected Physical Fitness Vaiables of College Men Football Players published in

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A. MUTHUKUMAR,Dr. G. SOKKANATHAN The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of plyometric training and combination of weight and plyometric training on selected physical fitness variables of college men football players . To achieve this purpose, 45 male students studying in the various colleges of Madurai, Tamilnadu, were selected. They were divided into three equal groups and each group consisted of 15 subjects. Group-I performed plyometric training, groupII performed combination of weight and plyometric training and group-III acted as control group. Muscular strength, strength endurance and explosive power were selected as criterion variables. The collected data were statistically examined for significant difference if any, by applying Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA).Since three groups were involved, ScheffeS test was used as post-hoc test to find out any difference between the groups. The result of the study shows that there was significant improvement for plyometric training and combination of weight and plyometric training of men college football players on selected criterion variables.
EFFICIENT MARKET HYPOTHESIS: EVENT STUDY AFTER THE REDUCTION ON INDUSTRIALIZED PRODUCTS TAX published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Fernanda Sousa Gabriel, Rafael Borges Ribeiro, Krem Cristina de Sousa Ribeiro A Hiptese de Eficincia do Mercado (HME) desenvolvida por Fama (1970, 1991) afirma em sua forma semiforte que os preos ajustam-se instantaneamente a qualquer informao relevante divulgada publicamente, restringindo as oportunidades de obteno de retornos anormais de maneira contnua. O objetivo deste estudo verificar qual o comportamento dos preos de aes de companhias que pertencem aos segmentos da linha branca (eletrodomsticos), mveis, papel e celulose, nos dias prximos ao comunicado do governo sobre a reduo do Imposto sobre Produtos Industrializados (IPI), ocorrido no dia 26 de maro de 2012, visando identificar se o mercado de capitais apresentou a eficincia informacional na forma semiforte. Utilizou-se a metodologia de estudo de evento, a qual avalia retornos anormais dos ativos em relao ao mercado. A coleta de dados deu-se por meio das sries histricas disponibilizadas no site da BM&FBovespa (Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias e Futuros). A anlise do retorno anormal na janela de evento (5 dias antes e aps o anncio sobre a reduo do IPI) mostrou retornos anormais significativos nos dias t-1 e t-2 a t+3. Os resultados mostraram que o mercado de capitais brasileiro no apresentou comportamento condizente com a HME, especificamente na forma de eficincia semiforte.
Quadratic Type Minimum Risk Equivariant (MRE) estimation of Uniform LocationScale Model published in

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T. Leo Alexander In this paper, by assuming that a progressive Type II right censored sample is available, we obtain QA-MRE estimators for the vector parameter of based on the Type II progressive right censored sample. Further MRE estimator of the vector parameter is obtained with respect toLinex type loss function. The paper is organized as follows: Section 2 deals with the problem of QA-MRE estimator for the vector parameter based on Quadratic type loss function and Minimum Risk Equivariant(MRE) estimation of the parameter under Linex loss function (Varian,1975).
DATA STORAGE SECURITY IN CLOUD COMPUTING USING THIRD PARTY AUDITOR (TPA) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rahul K. Morghade*, Sonal Honale Cloud Computing is evolving and considered next generation architecture for computing. Typically cloud computing is a combination of computing recourses accessible via internet. Historically the client or organisations store data in data centres with firewall and other security techniques used to protect data against intrudes to access the data. Since the data was confined to data centres in limits of organisation, the control over the data was more and well defined procedures could be used for accessing its own data. However in cloud computing, since the data is stored anywhere across the globe, the client organisations have less control over the stored data. To built the trust for the growth of cloud computing the cloud providers must protect the user data from unauthorised access and disclosure. One technique could be encrypting the data on client side before storing it in cloud storage, however this technique has too much burden from client perspective in terms of key management, maintainence perspective etc. Other way could be this kind of security service like computing hash of data and verifying integrity of data, encryption/decryption service if provided by same cloud storage provider, the data compromise cannot be ruled out since same provider has access to both storage and security service. Divide and rule can be one of the techniques, meaning dividing the responsibilities amongst different cloud services providers can benefit the client. A trusted 3rd party cloud provider be used to provide security services, while the other cloud provider would be data storage provider. The trusted 3rd party security service provider would not store any data at its end, and its only confined to providing security service. The application or software will provide data integrity verification by using hashing algorithm like SHA-1,provide encryption/decryption using symmetric algorithm like AES, and defining band of people who can access the shared data securely can be achieved by defining access list. The Software is only responsible for encryption/decryption, computing/verifying the hash of the data and does not store any data in trusted 3rd party security system server. The encrypted data along and original data hash are stored in Separate Cloud (Security Cloud), therefore even if the storage cloud system administrator has access user data, since the data is encrypted it will be difficult for the system administrator to understand the encrypted data. While the user downloads the data from Storage Cloud, it is decrypted first and then new hash is calculated which is then compared with hash of original data stored in Security Cloud. Finally, this software/application provides the user with the ability to store the encrypted data in Storage cloud and hash and encryption/decryption keys in security cloud service, and no single cloud service provider has access to both. Other benefit of delegating responsibility to trusted 3rd party is that it reliefs the client from any kind of key management or over head is maintainance of any key information related to data on it device, because of which it allows the client to use any browser enabled devices to access such service.
Built-in Premium Effects within Exotic FX Options published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
John Mark CARUANA Joseph FALZON Simon GRIMA Purpose: This paper explains the analysis of built-in premium within ‘premium-free’ FX Option strategies, also known as ‘exotic options’. The aim is to analyse whether such an increase in built-in premium would have an effect on the outcome of the strategies. Methodology: The analysis was conducted through three different currency pairs, namely, the EURUSD, EURJPY and EURGBP, throughout a period between 2007 to 2014. The authors used the Bloomberg terminal to design two different option strategies: Window Forward Extra and At Expiry Forward Extra. These strategies are known as low risk hedging strategies within the FX options industry. The authors examined different combinations of changes in built-in premium and analysed the respective outcome with each combination. The outcomes were compared to analyse whether an increase in built-in premium would have an effect on the outcome of the strategy. A test was also conducted should these strategies be used as a speculative tool. The strategies were built on a 1 year tenor which is rolled over every month. Hence, each month a hedge using the strategy for 1 year was conducted. The authors used back dated implied volatilies when performing the back-testing in order for results to be realistic. Findings: In most cases it was found that there was no effect on the outcome of the strategy. However, this was only valid if an expiry at a time is taken. On the other hand, when taking into account the whole sample, even though only 3% of the times there was an effect on the outcome of the strategy, the total result finds that an increase in built-in premium has an effect on the outcome of the strategy. Such result was found to be statistically significant using a paired sample t-test. This applied for all currency pairs under review. When analysing the exotic option strategies for speculative purposes, the authors found that in most cases it would have been better for brokers to take higher risk and receive an upfront Premium.
Zinc(II) Removal by Chemically Treated Dead Biomass of Yeast Species published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Geetanjali Basak and Nilanjana Das In the present study, the dead biomass of the two yeast species viz., Candida rugosa and Cryptococcus laurentii were subjected to various chemical treatments to assess the effects of pretreatment on zinc(II) removal from aqueous solution. Yeast biomass was pretreated with anionic surfactants viz., sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS), sodium dodecyl benzene sulphonate (SDBS) and dioctyl sulphosuccinate sodium (DSS), alkali (sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate), acids (hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid and acetic acid), and organic solvents viz., methanol, formaldehyde and gluteraldehyde. Pretreatment of dead yeast biomass with anionic surfactants was found to improve the zinc(II) removal remarkably compared to all other treatments. Acid treatments resulted in significant reduction in zinc(II) removal efficiency. The pattern of zinc(II) removal efficiency of both the yeast species was found to follow the order: SDS (3 mM) > SDBS (3 mM) > DSS (3mM) > Na2CO3 (9 mM) NaOH (9 mM) untreated biomass > C2H5O8 (7 mM) NaHCO3 (9 mM) > CH3OH (7 mM) > HCHO (7 mM) > CH3COOH (5 mM) > HCl (5mM) > H2SO4 (5 mM). Maximum zinc(II) removal was noted in case of SDS treated C. rugosa and C. laurentii which exhibited 84.7 % and 74.5 % zinc(II) removal compared to the removal efficiency of 65.4 % and 54.8 % obtained by untreated C. rugosa and C. laurentii .
THE IRKUTSK CENTRE OF MICA PROCESSING: FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik The article discusses the history of development of the Irkutsk centre of processing of mica. Presents the problems of the mica industry in the USSR. Analyzed potential strategic mining of mica 1930s of the XX century.
Study of correlation and path analysis in dual purpose sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.N. PATIL, A.H. RATHOD*, P.O. VAGHELA, S.R. YADAV, S.S. PATADE AND A.S. SHINDE The present investigation was carried out to study the correlation and path analysis in dual purpose sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) with the set of thirty seven genotypes of sorghum grown in Randomized Block Design with four replications. The correlation analysis suggested that the magnitude of genotypic correlations was higher as compared to their corresponding phenotypic correlations indicating the inherent relationship among the characters studied. Path co-efficient analysis considering 15 characters as a causal variables showed that the number of leaves per plant had highest positive direct effect on grain yield per plant followed by panicle diameter, leaf length, protein per cent in grain and thousand grain weight. Grain yield per plant exhibited significant positive association with thousand grain weight, stem girth, leaf length, panicle length, panicle diameter, panicle weight and protein per cent in grain at both genotypic and phenotypic levels
Clustering BasedMinimizing EnergyUtilization in WirelessSensor Network With Mobility published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Akshay Sharma, Richha Sharma Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a latest emerging technology during in last decades, a lot of researchers doing effort to find a low cost and low power way out for wireless sensor network. WSN can connect information world with physical world together. Energy is the main constraint of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) due to irreplaceable and limited power sources of the sensor nodes. Clustering is the most popular topology control method to reduce energy consumption and improve scalability of WSNs. a distributed fault-tolerant clustering algorithm is proposed called DFCA which uses a cost function of the CHs for the formation of cluster. We also present a distributed run time recovery of the sensor nodes from the faulty cluster due to sudden failure of the CH.
DIGITAL IMAGE PROTECTION AND SELF-RECOVERY USING WATERMARK ALGORITHM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kripa Biju*, Rekha K.S Expansion of the Internet has increased the availability of digital data such as audio, images and videos to the public. Watermarking is a method for inserting the watermark information into an image, which is to be later used for inventing tampered region and recovering the lost data in the tampered zone. The main reason for developing digital watermarking research is to protect intellectual properties of the digital world. Watermarking techniques may divide on the basis of domain like spatial domain or transform domain or on the basis of wavelets. The spatial domain techniques work on the pixels and the frequency domain works on the transform coefficients of the image.
Women status in 12th century in north Karnataka; A sociological study published in

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Dr. Chinna Ashappa Though Hindu laws were unfavourable for women by subjugating their status, the philosophers like Shivasharanas in Karnataka at the early 12th Century have made revolution to emancipate women. They have expressed their ideas on different aspects of life through Vachanas. Even Shivasharanas were given equal rights to women by providing them active participation in Anubhava Mantapa. As such, women were also free to express their opinions on different social problems and life in Anubhava Mantapa. In this way, Vachanas of Shivasharanas were emphasized equality of women.
Service loyalty in public Sectors Banks with special reference to SBI published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr. P. SUJATHA Head & Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Pavendar Bharathidasan College of Arts and Science, Pudukkottai. Abstract The service industries are dominating the world economy. Banking service is intangible and it plays a crucial role not only in economic development but also in the development of human life. It has high interaction with the customers, so managers understand the factors which influence the loyalty of the customers. Loyalty to a bank lies with the services offered to the customers and patronizing over the period. Since the economic reform banking sector has undergone drastic changes, facing intense competition in the market (Chaudhari and Halbrook, 2002). The choice and preference of the customers for selecting a bank depends on not only on the offered services by the banks but also on the quality the way services are offered to customers. Banks have cited customer loyalty as their main concern, according to a survey by financial services firm Temenos. Measuring Service Loyalty becomes indispensible for any service organization to monitor and control the quality of service delivery and enjoy competitive advantage.
The Pragma-Crafting Theory: A Proposed Theoretical Framework for Pragmatic Analysis published in

American Research Journal of English and Literature

Published by American Research Journals
Acheoah John Emike This paper proposes a new theoretical framework for the analysis of discourse. Thus, this paper presents the Pragma-crafting Theory to explain discourse from a more comprehensive and integrative perspective. Insights from research in pragmatics, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis and semiotics give this study direction. Two super-ordinate concepts in the theory are EVENT and TEXT. The former consists of interactive and noninteractive participants while the latter consists of setting, theme and p-crafting features. Therefore, the theory is particularly an extension of Mey (2001). On the whole, the present study finds out that an all-encompassing analysis of communicative events presupposes the explanation of the interaction between communication acts (speech acts, segmental features, supra-segmental features, phones, exclamations, lyrical and non-lyrical music, sociolinguistic variables, drumming, semiotic particulars, etc.) and communication features such as indexicals, shared macro-knowledge, shared contextual knowledge, shared knowledge of emergent context, geoimplicature, contextual implicature and other P-crafting features
Impact of Sugar Industry Effluent on Nearby Water Body: A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Punit Limbani | Prof. Mitali Shah Due to rapid growth of industrialization and anthropogenic activities create water pollution, which is major concern for environmentalist. In industrial sectors the sugar industry contributes a major role in generation of water pollution. In sugar industry processes like mill house, boiler blow down, condensing cooling water, soda and acid wastes, spent wash, etc create majority of water pollution. Typical physicochemical parameters present in wastewater are pH, BOD, COD, TDS, TS, chloride, sulphate and phosphate found in significant quantity. Treated/Untreated effluent of sugar industry is directly used as irrigation purpose or discharge in nearby water body. Due to this practices quality of soil, surface water body and ground water is degrading day by day. Punit Limbani | Prof. Mitali Shah"Impact of Sugar Industry Effluent on Nearby Water Body: A Review" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10729.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/environmental-engineering/10729/impact-of-sugar-industry-effluent-on-nearby-water-body-a-review/punit-limbani
Study The Behaviour Bending Phenomenon of Ferrocement Slab Panels published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ajay Kumar | Er. Nitin Thakur The fibrocement is a special type of reinforced concrete used for thin elements. It is made by cement micro concrete reinforced by continuous mesh layers from small diameter wires. The ferrocement is a building material with evident advantages for thin-walled members and spatial structures for this type of material. In this chapter describes the behaviour of ferrocement, advantages or disadvantages of ferrocement, quality and uses of ferrocement, objective of the thesis and organization of thesis. Ferrocement serve as an innovative and low cost construction material. It has proven itself as an excellent material for low cost housing. Ferrocement possess high ductility and energy absorbing capacity and has been used both in terrestrial and marine environments as a structural grade material system, which competes favorably with reinforced concrete and other building materials (Hermosura and Austriaco, (1994); Ramli and Wahab, (1994); Arif et al., (1994); Naaman, (2006). Ferrocement is such a material that is slim, slender and also strong and elegant which provides a potential solution to roofing problems, with an history of ancient and universal method of building huts by using reeds to reinforce dried mud (wattle and daub). The thickness of Ferrocement is in order of 10-25 mm and it uses rich cement mortar in which no coarse aggregates are used (J.R.Thirumal, (2012). In ferrocement the reinforcement consists of one or more layers of steel wire mesh which is continuous, small diameter steel wire or weld mesh netting. Ferrocement construction requires no skilled labor for casting, and employs only little or no formwork (Ferro 7, 2001). In ferrocement, there is no cracking of cement matrix since the load is taken over by wire mesh reinforcement immediately below the surface. (Desai, 2011). Ferrocement can be fabricated into any desired shape or structural configuration which is not possible with standard masonry, RCC or steel (Robles-Austriaco, 2006; Dongyen et al., 2006; Kondraivendhan & Pradhan, 2009). Ajay Kumar | Er. Nitin Thakur"Study The Behaviour Bending Phenomenon of Ferrocement Slab Panels" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14258.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/14258/study-the-behaviour-bending-phenomenon-of-ferrocement-slab-panels/ajay-kumar
Investigation on the Existing Geometry of Pathein Suspension Bridge published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Win Bo | Khin Maung Zaw | Kyaw Kyaw Pathein Suspension Bridge constructed across Pathein River completed in 2004 is a single-span suspension bridge. The region has soft alluvial ground. According to 2012 bridge inspection report, Current Situation and Issues of Myanmars Bridge Work, this suspension bridge had lost a great deal of camber since completion. And also it is found that there are some problems such as movement of anchor block, tilting tower. In this study, investigations on the existing of Pathein suspension bridge are presented by using 3D laser scanner, and site surveying. According to the investigation results, it is found that all towers are inclined towards river and the maximum inclination occurs the downstream tower of Chaungthar side. The downstream main cable sag is lower than the upstream one. Most hangers are inclined towards Pathein side and the maximum inclination degree occurs at middle portion. The existing truss profile is very different from as per drawing and all truss nodes are under the horizontal surface. Therefore seismic risk assessment and disaster mitigation plan for unexpected future severe earthquake should be developed. Win Bo | Khin Maung Zaw | Kyaw Kyaw "Investigation on the Existing Geometry of Pathein Suspension Bridge" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18436.pdf
Alkaptonuria - A Case Report published in

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Dr. Arindam Sur -
A Study on Marketing Management Practices of Malls in Madurai City published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
D. Anita and Dr.M. Premkumar "The scope of marketing practices of Mall Management has been wider than other kinds of retailing formats. Differentiating themselves from the competition is a sure way of emerging a winner, and this positioning is ensured through effective marketing practices of mall management. The problems with respect of retailers in Marketing Practices of Mall Management are concerned with differentiating a mall from the rest, maximization of customers, converting customers needs to purchase and keeping the customers for a long period and tenants business survival and satisfaction of both customers and retailers. It strives to provide an entire consumer spend basket to make the mall a happening destination besides also creating and maintaining the adequate infrastructure. Right from the tenant mix, ensuring the creation of right ambience, and cleanliness that creates customer satisfaction to managing various income streams for the developer, the role of mall management is complex and dynamic marketing practices. The concept of mall management, which is still in its infancy in India, has the potential to change the fortunes of the retail sector. Properly practiced mall management will provide existing and future players a definite edge in the sector."
MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE TREATIES (MLATs) SEBAGAI INSTRUMEN PEMBERANTASAN KEJAHATAN INTERNASIONAL published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Noer Indriati International contractual law is an order which must respect and adhered by pertinent of the parties in agreement. The formal and informal relation between the citizen or corporate have very intensively. International badness which pass boundaries jurisdiction of the state have increase in the form which is sophisticated and the frequency which progressively often. Because of international badness which have more progressively is needed cooperation between the state which it is more coordinated as straightening of law. Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATS) emerge because eradication of insufficient badness upheld by agreement of extradition. Form of Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATS) have agreed on, for example United Nations Convention Against Corruption Year 2003, United nations Conventions Against Transnational Organized Crime Year 2000. While in the level of ASEAN, Treaty Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters year 2004. Kata kunci: kejahatan internasional, perjanjian internasional
Genesis and Economic Potentialities of Talc Mineralization of Chandaak, District Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand published in

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D. Sen Gupta, H. P. Sen Gupta Chandaak Member of the Gangolihat Dolomite Formation is having talc mineralization as pockets and patches within crystalline magnesite deposit. Other minerals present with talc mineralization are very little amount of silica and phosphatic material. It is very interesting to note that talc and quartz shows antipathic relationship. Relicts of quartz are rarely seen in the talc. Megascopically colour of talc varies from white to dark grey depending upon the content of impurities and is extremely fine grained, compact, showing pearly/greasy lustre and having soapy feel on touch. Petrographic studies reveal the presence of magnesite, very little amount of quartz and dahlite but no relicts of dolomite and it corrodes the magnesite crystals very heavily which is lying mainly in contact zone indicating a very much later origin. The antipathic relationship between talc and silica indicates talc is formed by reaction of magnesite and silica. On the basis of above studies it is concluded that the Chandaak talc mineralization represents a product of reaction between magnesite and silica during high temperature diagenetic environment below 300?C.
On One Imbedding Into the Class of Continuous Mixed Derivatives published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
E. Zh. Aidos The paper deals with obtaining necessary and sufficient conditions for the embedding These conditions are specified in terms of best approximations of the function by trigonometric polynomials with harmonics from hyperbolic crosses corresponding to a mixed derivative in the metric
PIC CONTROLLED OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE ROBOT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sushrut Gandhi*, Aneesha Gujral, Saloni Sharma The obstacle detection is based on IR sensors, which detect the obstacle and the microcontroller acquires the data. According to the programmable logic placed in the controller, it decides where the robot should turn. It would then give input to motor driver, which would in turn direct the motors to control the movement of the robot. Apart from that we will use a 12v battery to power the robot along with microcontroller.
Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity in Adolescent Girls in Urban Area of Muzaffarpur District of Bihar published in

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Dr. Jayashree Objective: To study the socio- economic factors & Dietary pattern of adolescent girls to estimate the prevalence of overweight and obesity.METHODS: Food consumption of the subjects was assessed using a 3-day 24-hour dietary recall-method. Anthropometry (height & weight) for calculating the Body Mass Index and comparing with standards . BMI = Weight(kg)/ Height(m) Results: Study revealed that Adolescent girls eats more fast foods which are generally high in fat .62.4 % Adolescent girls likes fast food..71.2% of Adolescent girls had unsatisfactory knowledge about the healthy/balanced diet.The largest proportion of energy 70% was obtained from carbohydrates,followed by fat (20%) and protein (10%.) Overweight/Obesity was more (41.4%), among those who did not go for Exercise at all. Conclusions: Since the magnitude of overweight & obesity and its consequences are rising, and hence there is need to introduce heaIth education classes & programs regarding the benefits of
Self-Discipline -Success of Foundation published in

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Prof. Tanvi V. Tarpara, Prof. Dilipkumar B. Gholap You can be almost anything you want, if you are self-disciplined. With discipline, you can solve almost any problem, including losing weight, overcoming addiction, and saving money. Despite the benefits, few people ever incorporate this into their lives. We all know the problems we want to overcome, but because of procrastination and disorder, we are unable to fix them. Discipline is your ultimate tool for personal empowerment. It means taking control and getting your life in order. You need to commit to doing this, now, and honor that commitment to yourself. Life is too short to put it off any longer. Your life will never blossom until it is focused, dedicated and disciplined. Success, you will discover, is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day. Combine selfdiscipline with passion for what you are doing, personal goals, and good organization, and you will reach your human potential.
Adsorption of Acidic pollutants from Water using Biosorbents published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Syeda Sameena Aziz | Abdul Razzak A huge amount of waste is generated from the industries which cause the pollution of water; this waste is generated by the industries in large quantities. Acids are one such of a waste generated by these industries in the water bodies and causes an adverse impact on the aquatic ecosystems and inturn causes an negative impact on the human population and because of the harmful effects caused by these acids there is a need for the removal of these acidic pollutants from our water bodies. As these acids are water soluble [1] and colorless we need a technique to separate these acidic pollutants from water and at the same time determine their concentrations in water. So, in the present investigation we have used the Biosorption [2] for the removal of the acidic pollutants like Acetic, Oxalic and Phosphoric acids and the method of determination of concentration of these acids is through simple volumetric analysis .For this biosorption technique the selection of various biosorbents were done and it was noticed that the sawdust along with mango leaves prove to be an effective mixture of biosorbent for the removal of the acidic pollutants from water. The Freundlich and Langmuir adsorption isotherms have been verified by the experimental data. The Biosorption studies were done at room temperature. Syeda Sameena Aziz | Abdul Razzak"Adsorption of Acidic pollutants from Water using Biosorbents" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9495.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/environmental-chemistry/9495/adsorption-of-acidic-pollutants-from-water-using-biosorbents/syeda-sameena-aziz
Electrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide at Surface Oxidized Copper Electrodes published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
G. Keerthiga, B. Viswanathan, C. Alex Pulikottil and Raghuram Chetty Carbon dioxide a common greenhouse gas is converted to value added products such as methane and ethane by electrochemical reduction at a surface oxidized copper electrode. The product yield and the relationships between the surface chemistry and reaction behavior were investigated. Ethane was observed as a dominant product at the surface oxidized Cu electrodes suggesting that Cu (I) species play a critical role in selectivity towards C2 species.
Staheli`s plantar arch index measured by simple footprint method is an effective diagnostic tool for flat foot as other radiological methods- A comparative study published in

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Dr. Rajendra Singrolay, Dr. Rajendra Singh Kushwah Aim- To know whether the diagnosis of flat foot by simple ink footprint method is as reliable as radiological method or not. Material & Methods -100 children aged between 5-11 yrs having flat foot were selected from the department of orthopedic of M.Y. hospital Indore. Footprint was taken by the help of ink method then Staheli`s plantar arch index calculated. Radiograph was taken in lateral view of both foot in standing position. Talo first metatarsal (TFM) angle were assessed by radiological expert. Data of both study are compared. Correlation between TFM angle and planter arch index value is established statistically. Results- Observation shows that correlation between TFM radiological angle and planter arch index is significant ( p value <0.05) with correlation value 0.33 for right foot and 0.49 for left foot. Conclusion- Flat foot can be diagnosed by simple ink footprint method and it is as reliable as other radiological methods.
THE DURATION OF CHANGE OF PRESSURE IN THE CHAMBER MILKING CUP published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vitaliy Anatolyevich Grinchenko The article describes the period of operation of the milking apparatus, considered from the point of view of change of pressure in the chamber milking cup. Describes previous research in this area and proposes laws to determine the duration of the process of change of pressure in the chamber milking cup.
Aging & Periodontium published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Bhadbhade S Geriatric Dentistry is a branch of dentistry which deals with treating and preventing oral diseases in older patients. Throughout the world, the numbers of older adults are increasing, and these individuals are retaining more teeth. Older people have limited regenerative abilities and are more prone to disease, syndromes, and sickness than other adults. This population has unique changes in their physiology as well as immunity that necessitate alterations in their treatment plans. They use more medications, many of which can cause problems such as xerostomia and decreased saliva. Thus, aging can significantly alter the host immune response and inflammatory reaction to bacterial plaque and in different ways than in younger population. In these older adults, education, nutrition, counseling, regular dental care, and compensatory home and professional care technique may be required. This review focuses on the change in the tissue that occurs with age and immunological alterations with age that contribute to the causation and perpetuation of periodontal disease.
HBA: Distributed Metadata Management for Large Cluster-Based Storage Systems published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
M S Nirmala An efficient and distributed scheme for file mapping or file lookup is critical in decentralizing metadata management within a group of metadata servers. This paper presents a novel technique called Hierarchical Bloom Filter Arrays (HBA) to map filenames to the metadata servers holding their metadata. Two levels of probabilistic arrays, namely, the Bloom filter arrays with different levels of accuracies, are used on each metadata server. One array, with lower accuracy and representing the distribution of the entire metadata, trades accuracy for significantly reduced memory overhead, whereas the other array, with higher accuracy, caches partial distribution information and exploits the temporal locality of file access patterns. Both arrays are replicated to all metadata servers to support fast local lookups. We evaluate HBA through extensive trace-driven simulations and implementation in Linux. Simulation results show our HBA design to be highly effective and efficient in improving the performance and scalability of file systems in clusters with 1,000 to 10,000 nodes (or super clusters) and with the amount of data in the peta byte scale or higher. Our implementation indicates that HBA can reduce the metadata operation time of a single-metadata-server architecture by a factor of up to 43.9 when the system is configured with 16 Meta data servers. M S Nirmala"HBA: Distributed Metadata Management for Large Cluster-Based Storage Systems" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18211.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/18211/hba-distributed-metadata-management-for-large-cluster-based-storage-systems/m-s-nirmala
MEASUREMENT OF INFORMATION SECURITY AWARENESS AMONG SOCIAL MEDIA PATH USERS IN INDONESIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Indri Agustini, Puspita Kencana Sari This research was conducted to examine security awareness of the users of Path as one of the social media which is based on demographic aspects. The purpose of this research is to comprehend the level of security awareness by involving the demographic aspects such as gender, age, income, and education background. The variables used are security awareness and demographic. Moreover, the method used in this research is a quantitative descriptive research as the basic foundation for conducting research. The population consists of the social media users of Path with the total sample of 400 respondents, while non-probability sampling is the way to use the sampling technique for these respondents. The data analysis technique in this research is using Crosstab technique and Chi square. The data processing is using Microsoft excel software and SPSS statistics tool version 2.0. The results of this research show that according to factor of gender, the men are more aware about information security. Regarding age factor, respondents within 26-29 year-old are more aware. Furthermore, the respondents which have anincome of>RP.6.000.000 and those with apostgraduate education background show the same result which are more aware about the security awareness. However, there are the obvious differences accordingto gender, age, income, and education background through some items of security awareness such as privacy setting, the limitation of information access, privacy education, sensitiveissue report, information sharing, and responseto threats. Keywords: security awareness, gender, age, income, academic background, Path
TOXICITY BEHAVIORS IN ORGANIZATIONS: STUDY OF RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF TOXIC EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES SCALE published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Meral Bektas, Pinar Erkal In toxic organizations which are mostly destructive instead of being constrictive towards its employees, toxicity behaviors emerge as a result of the formal and informal relationships. Toxicity behaviors are often negatively affect motivation, job satisfaction or performance of the employees in workplace. Basic toxicity behaviors in organizations are: extreme jealousy, biting words, emphasis superiority emphasis, getting angry, offending employees, strict control, heavy job workload, limited jobs, limited working areas and limited superiorsubordinate relationships. The aim of this study is to determinate toxicity behavior resources in organizations and to examine reliability and validity of toxic emotional experience scale.The result of this study has emerged that, toxic organizations, toxic managers, toxic communication channels or toxic employees can be a source of toxicity behaviors in organizations. To demonstrate how employees are affected by these toxicity behaviors; Keifer and Barclay (2012)s toxic emotional experiences scale is translated into Turkish and the validity and reliability of the scale has been tested by using SPSS 17.0 and 9.1 lisreal programs. These analyses demonstrate that the scale has a satisfactory level of reliability and validity for Turkish employees and can be used in subsequent studies. The scale is consists of 14 items and three factors. These factors are psychologically recurring emotions, disconnecting emotions and draining emotions.
Digitalization in Education Sector published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Satish Marathe In today's world, digitalization has been a game changer in one of the most important sectors- Education. It has been effectively used as a prominent technique in the whole gamut of education sector. It has blurred the boundaries of physical distance, as well as, has embedded more scientific ways to impart knowledge from tutors to the students. Digitalization would also mean huge savings in the resources infrastructure of seating capacities, printing of books, notes, papers etc. Primary objective of the study is to highlight evolving of digitalizationand its economic impact on the education sector. Digitalization of education assumes to include two inseparable components - a classroom learning concepts and b online learning methods. The paper also describes various terms and types of digitalization. It discusses advantages and disadvantages of online methods of learning. This paper also tries to differentiate between 'Old-school' techniques and 'Digitalized' techniques in education. While there are obviously seen advantages of Digitalized education sector, there are still merits in certain aspects of 'Old-school' education. The nature of the study is semi empirical. Various theory concepts, experiential learning and data points from external sources have been used while arriving at recommendations and views expressed in this paper. Dr. Satish Marathe "Digitalization in Education Sector" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18670.pdf
AN STUDY OF SIMILARITY MEASUREMENT BETWEEN PHISHING AND LEGITIMATE WEBSITES USING BAYESIAN CLASSIFICATION AND ITS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. Rajendra Gupta Safe web browsing and feeding confidential information into websites require the use of protected and secured websites. For the web security, a number of anti - phishing tools have been proposed which provide web user with a dynamic system of warning and pro tection against potential phishing attacks. Earlier study shows that there is no anti - phishing tool gives satisfactory result in identifying the phishing web pages. For the solution of this problem, in this paper a Bayesian classification approach is propo sed to identify the phishing websites. Bayesian filter require two datasets in their approach; one is legitimate website details and second thing is phishing website parameters. A large set of legitimate transactional websites are needed in the study becau se the set of websites mostly resembles just like phishing websites and the filter must have numerous examples of legitimate transactional websites to achieve a low false positive rate. With the use of Bayesian Classification, some prominent results obtain ed by selecting phishing indicators.
Qualitative Phytochemical Analysis and in vitro Antibacterial Activity of Acmella Ciliata (H.B.K) Cassini and Ichnocarpus Frutescens (Linn.) R.Br. Against Two Pathogenic Bacteria published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
M. J. Daisy, A. R. Raju and M. P. Subin In the present work, qualitative phytochemical analysis and in vitro antibacterial activity of the different component extracts of Acmella ciliata and lchnocarpus furtescens against Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis were studied. Extracts were prepared in methanol and water. Antibacterial activity was compared with control and standard antibiotic ampicillin. Both the plant species exhibited antibacterial activity against the test pathogenic bacteria. However, methanolic leaf extracts of Acmella ciliata was found to have maximum number of bioactive components and highest zone of inhibition against both the test bacteria and therefore as per the present study, methanolic leaf extract of A. ciliata is indeed the potential antibacterial agent against B. subtilis and E. coli.
Thermo-Transport Properties of Copper Sulphate, as a Function of Mannitol Concentration in 0.01m Aqueous Sodium Chloride at Different Temperatures published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
S K Lomesh* and Munish Thakur The density (?) and viscosity (?) has been measured for CuSO4.5H2Oin 0.01m aqueous NaCl and in 2, 4 and 6% Mannitol + 0.01m NaCl + water as multicomponent solvent systems, at temperatures T = (303.15, 308.15, 313.15, and 318.15) K and at atmospheric pressure p = 0.1 MPa. The experimental data was further used to calculate various thermodynamic and transport properties of CuSO4.5H2Oincluding apparent molar volume , partial molar volume ( at infinite dilution, partial molar volume of transfer Jone Dole parameters A and B, temperature dependence of B coefficient dB/dT, activation free energy per mole for solvent (kj mol-1) and activation free energy per mole for solution (kj mol-1). The ionsolvent and ionion interactions in CuSO4.5H2Oin0.01m aqueous Na Clas well as different multi component solvent system have been discussed using these parameters
Techniques to Analyse, Identify & Verify the Online Job Offers by Fake Companies World Wide published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Athira Das | Swati Ashok Desale The growing internet technologies have made it easier for the job seekers to search and apply for the jobs by just few clicks on mouse using internet. This makes the person to do fewer efforts on searching for jobs offline and gets trapped by the fraudster. A job scam is nothing but a group of fraudulent activity which the team acts as a real recruiter and post good job offers with a huge amount of pay scale. The primary goal of them is to loot huge amount from the job seekers by two methods. One method is the fake recruiter asks to wire some huge amount of money as an advance before confirming the job and the second method is identity theft. In the identity theft method, the fake recruiter from the fake companies approaches people and tries to get the persons confidential information in the name of job opportunity and then uses the personal informations for theft identity. No matter what method they use to approach job seeker, their primary and main intention is to fetch a huge amount of money and escape. In this growing technical world, the fake recruiters of fake companies have many smart tricks in hand which makes it extremely difficult to identify and verify the real companies from the fake one through online. As the online job openings are increasing, the fake recruiters and companies online are also increasing enormously day by day. In the internet if we identify and verify the job openings, there will be approximately only 4 out of 10 legitimate openings and rest of the openings are identified as fake companies and recruiters. Athira Das | Swati Ashok Desale"Techniques to Analyse, Identify & Verify the Online Job Offers by Fake Companies World Wide" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15684.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/world-wide-web/15684/techniques-to-analyse-identify-and-verify-the-online-job-offers-by-fake-companies-world-wide/athira-das
CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATION OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA: A RARE CASE REPORT. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Sangameshwara GM1, Indudhara PB*2 and Yenni VV3. Cutaneous manifestation of hepatocellular carcinoma is very rare. Patient presented with loss of appetite, generalized pruritus, distension of abdomen. Metastatic nodules were seen on face, neck, chest, abdomen, arms, thigh. Skin metastasis indicates poor prognosis. Skin is examined thoroughly for metastatic nodule followed up with investigations like FNAC, ultrasound, liver biopsy for histopathological examination and diagnosed as hepatocellular carcinoma. We report a case of hepatocellular carcinoma with cutaneous metastasis.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE LEAF SPRING FOR LIGHT WEIGHT VEHICLE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Darshan Kapadia * , Palak H. Desai , Ajay Sonani In today’s scenario, the main weightage of investigation is to reduce the weight of product while upholding its strength. To solve that problem , this work is carried out for the design and analysis of mono composite materials leaf spring and entire new design criteria of mounting. The automobile vehicles have number of parts which can be able to replace by composite material. The foremost component of the suspension s ystem of vehicle is leaf spring. I t has substantial amount of weight, and it would have ample strength because it needs to resist vibrations and jolts during its working. The design c onsiderations for this study are stress and deflection. Materials used for comparison are conventional, composite E - Glass/Epoxy, and E - glass fiber. In the present work deflection and bending stresses induced in the two leaf springs are compared The solid m odelling of leaf spring is done in CATIA V5 and analysed using ANSYS 14.5. From the static an alysis results, Grpahite Epoxy is better over other materials. I t is found that there is a maximum displacement of 5.12 mm for Graphite Epoxy . Also, the Vonmises s tress in the Graphite epoxy is 434.43 MPa.
Application of Entropy Weight TOPSIS Method for Optimization of Wastewater Treatment Technology of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Fu Jinxiang, Xie Lingwei, Ma Xingguan, Tang Jing, Zhang Rongxin, Bai Yuping, Tang Yulan and Gao Yunan The paper aims to find out the best wastewater pollution control technology of high efficiency and low energy consumption in the Municipal wastewater treatment plants. The method of entropy weight TOPSIS (Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution) was used to build the estimate model for wastewater treatment technology of the plant. Choice of three municipal wastewater treatment plant processes is A/O, BIOLAK and A2/O. The close degree calculated by the entropy weight TOPSIS respectively is 0.4530, 0.4987 and 0.5176 in the treatment process suited for the municipal sewage treatment. The A2/O treatment process is the best, then is the A/O treatment and the worst is the BIOLAK treatment process. Entropy weight TOPSIS method, used in the assessment of the wastewater treatment technology is flexible, convenient, scientific and suitable for the assessment of sewage disposal technology.
REVIEW OF REFRIGERANT FLOW IN ADIABATIC CAPILLARY TUBE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bilal Mohammed* , Ganpat Lal Rakesh After study of many literatures gives the knowledge of flow of characteristics of refrigerant through capillary tube as well as to know about the working fluids for refrigeration system. In present study, the many household refrigerators used a different type of refrigerants as per as their characteristic, the R600a refrigerant have been discussed. In study of many literatures it is concluded that the capillary tube used in refrigerator for refrigerant flow has been suitable for helix coiled tube. Also it is concluded that R600a refrigeratnt is low GWP and low flammable refrigerant, so application of this of refrigerant is suitable for replacing R12, R22 and R134a
Is Sentiment Analysis in Social Media Influence the Business Growth of Tamilnadu Tourism? published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
V. Senthil This paper is an exploratory study of how Social Media Sentiments influence the business growth of Tamilnadu Tourism. Sentiment Analysis deals with the analysis of emotions, opinions, facts and sentiments in the sentences which are expressed by the people. The objectives of this paper are: First, social media interactions on the state tourism web portals managed by the Destination Management Organizations (DMOs) are gathered and analyzed. Secondly this paper presents an approach to extract sentiments associated with a phrase or sentence, to track attitudes and feelings of the people by analyzing blogs, comments, reviews and tweets. The process of filtering irrelevant and unhelpful reviews and quantification of sentiments are analyzed using Natural Language Processing techniques. The social media interactions such as Likes, Talking about this, Tweets, Followers, Following, Video views and Photo views are analyzed in this study, to explore how these interactions are influencing the growth of Indian and Tamilnadu Tourism business.
Corporate Social Irresponsibility Towards Investors- a Case Analysis of Sahara Group published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Vijaya Lakshmi Kanteti The purpose of the present paper is to discuss how Sahara Group could raise so much of money without following the prescribed rules and regulations and how did SEBI come to know about the wrongdoings of these two companies. Ultimately it is the investors who were the losers and this case analyses the corporate irresponsibility of the company in not paying the investors as promised.. It is understood through the present case that though companies may not always be rewarded for social responsibility, irresponsibility is not without price.
ISOLATION OF DYE DEGRADING PSEUDOMONAS SPECIES FROM THE SOIL NEAR DYEING INDUSTRY ERODE AND ITS POTENTIAL APPLICATION IN DYE EFFLUENT TREATMENT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tariq Ahmad Lone1*, 1C.Revathi and 2Reyaz Ahmad Lone The dye related environmental pollution is increasing at an alarming rate over the worldwide especially in India. This made us to study on the biological control of dye pollutants by isolating the dye degrading microbes from contaminated soil. A total of seven dye degrading bacteria were isolated. Among these the most potential isolate S2 was further characterized. It was found to be a gram negative, rod shaped, flagellated, motile bacteria. The bacterial isolate showed positive reaction for the methyl red, voges proskaure and citrate while negative reaction for the indole test. Degrading strain S2 fermented glucose only while did not showed fermentations in the lactose, sucrose, fructose, xylose, arabinose, sorbitol and rhaminose. The degrading strain S2 showed the zone of hydrolysis gelatin agar medium, casein agar medium and did not showed the hydrolysis in the starch agar medium. Degrading strain S2 showed the positive reaction for the oxidase test, catalase test, urease test, and nitrate reduction test. Thus the identification test profile for the dye degrading strain S2 made it confirmed that isolated strains were belonging genus Pseudomonas species. The physical and chemical parameters showed the highest decolorizing activity were found at pH 6 (89.06%) and lowest decolorizing activity at pH 9 (82.34%). The effect of temperature for dye degrading strain Pseudomonas species S2 showed highest decolorizing activity at 370C (90.08%) and lowest decolorizing activity at 450C (71.65%). The Pseudomonas species S2 showed good ability to decolorize the dyes Red m 5B and T-Blue upto 300ppm. The dye degrading Pseudomonas species showed good ability to decolorize the dyes on metabolic shaker when compared to under static condition. Strain improvement for the selected isolate of dye degrading Pseudomonas species strain S2 showed that fewer colonies appeared on Petri plates with an increasing exposure to Ultra Violet light and similar result was observed with increasing concentration of Ethidium Bromide, the growth rate decreased as only few colonies appeared on the Petriplates.
A qualitative study on hygiene practices followed by personnel working in sweet shops in Chandigarh published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NEETU, KIRAN BAINS AND MADHU This study collected data on food workers self-reported food safety practices and beliefs about factors that impacted their ability to prepare food safely. The workers (Manager, Head-cook, Assistantcook, Waiters, dishwashers, Sweepers and people on counter) of 12 sweet shops were interviewed regarding cleaning and hygiene practices followed by them. Only in one sweet shop, one food handler had received formal training in food hygiene. All the workers washed their hands prior to handling the materials. In 17 per cent of sweet shops, plain water was used, 67 per cent of shops used soap and water and 17 per cent used polythene or plastic bags as hand gloves. Plain water, soap or detergent was used by all the workers for washing the cooking and serving utensils. Almost all the shop keepers used a disinfectant for cleaning purposes. For washing the floors, plain water and mop was used in 50 per cent of shops, surf and wet cloth was used in 50 per cent shops. Floor was cleaned once in 67 per cent of shops while twice and thrice a day in 17 per cent and 17 per cent of shops, respectively. Fly trappers were used in 42 per cent of shops. Wiping cloths were reused next day in all the shops after washing with soap and water in 83 per cent of shops and 17 per cent of shops used detergent. For the floor, disinfectants were used by all the workers once in 2-3 days. 83 per cent shops had deep freezers and 17 per cent did not have. 67 per cent of workers had knowledge regarding the freezer temperature for storage of sweets. Results suggest that food safety programs need to address the full range of factors that impact food preparation behaviours
Knowledge Attitudes and practice of parents regarding Fever in children and its management at home. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Awal khan1, Hedayatullah Khan1, Afsha Badshah Said2, Aurang Zeb3 & Fakhrul Islam4 Fever may be a sign of both infectious and non-infectious disorders, occurs commonly in children and makes their parents unduly worried and panic as they perceived it a danger ailment. There are numerous myths and fallacy among parents related to fever management in children Objectives Study aimed to identify the parents knowledge regarding childhood fever and understanding of belief and attitude in the management of fever. Methods: A descriptive hospital based cross sectional study carried out among parents whose children under age 6 years were admitted to pediatric wards of a public sector teaching hospital in Peshawar with different medical conditions. Results: More than (93%) person were wrong about normal body temperature. About (37%) dont know about causes of fever where (90%) parents detect fever through tactile method, about (57%) parents dont know about appropriate body part for placing thermometer to record accurate temperature and large number of parents (40%) visit chemist for treatment after detecting fever in their kids, about (37%) brought their children to hospitals and only (13%) of total treat their children for fever at home Conclusion: Parents knowledge about fever and its home management was found poor in the study. Need is there to educate parents about proper assessment, detecting, recording of fever and safe practicing of fever management at home
Involvement in Sports Activities Among College Students in one Higher Education Institution in the Philippines published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Mr. JULIUS G. GUPO, Dr. EPITACIO P. ABELA This study aimed to determine the involvement of the students in different sports activities in Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU)- Batangas. Specifically it is intended to identify the sports activities participated by the students, to know the level of students involvement in different sports activities, and to proposed an action plan to strengthen students involvement in Sports competition. The study used the descriptive method of research as it aims to describe the status of sports activities participated by the LPU-Batangas students with respect to the personal qualities and instructional competencies as assessed by the physical education students. The sports activities which the respondents moderately involved or participated are jumping, walking, hopping and running. There is a highly significant relationship between the student and the involvement/participation in sports activities.
EVALUATION OF CLINICAL EFFICACY OF MOUTHRINSE CONTAINING INDIAN PROPOLIS IN INHIBITION OF PLAQUE FORMATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF GINGIVAL HEALTH: A CLINICAL TRIAL. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Torwane Nilesh Arjun*1, Dr. Eshani Saxena2, Dr. Abhishek Gouraha3, Dr. Malik Ajaz Ahmad4, Dr. Gaurao Vasant Mali5 Aim: To evaluate the clinical efficacy of mouthrinse containing Indian propolis in inhibition of plaque formation and improvement of gingival health. Material and methods: A total of 30 patients were randomly allocated into three treatment groups: Group A: 30% ethenolic extract of Indian propolis mouthrinse, Group B: 0.2% chlorhexidine mouthrinse, and Group C: Saline. Plaque and gingival indices were used to record the degree of plaque accumulation and gingival inflammation. The baseline scores and scores after five days interval were recorded. Results: For plaque; a highest mean score was observed in saline group (2.90) which is followed by chlorhexidine mouthrinse group (1.70) and Indian propolis mouthrinse group (1.50). Similarly, a highest mean gingival score was observed in saline group (1.79) which is followed by chlorhexidine mouthrinse group (1.31) and Indian propolis mouthrinse group (1.13). The difference in the mean plaque and gingival scores after five days among the three groups was statistically significant. Conclusion: mouthrinse containing Indian propolis was the most effective among all three treatment groups followed by chlorhexidine mouthrinse.
Source Privacy and Compromise- Resilient Message Authentication in Wireless Sensor Networks published in

Published by
K. Dhanalakshmi, Dr. K. Kuppusamy Authentication is any process of system verifies the identity of the user access information. Source privacy is an important to the network security. Network security validate by a provisions and policies. The provisions and policies mainly used to authorize person access the information. Message authentication is a standout amongst the best approaches to defeat unapproved and undermined messages from being sent in wireless sensor systems. Hence, various message verification plans have been produced, based on symmetric-key cryptosystems. The majority of them, not withstanding, have the limits of high computational also correspondence overhead not withstanding absence of adaptability and flexibility to hub trade off assaults.A polynomial-based plan was as introduced. When the quantity of messages transmitted is bigger than this limit, the foe can completely recuperate the polynomial. In this paper,a Blind Signature Scheme is proposed for source privacy. The blind signature schemes with a complexitybased proof of security. Our scheme enables the intermediate nodes to authenticate the message so that all corrupted message can be detected and dropped to conserve the sensor power. The blind signature scheme does not have the threshold problem.
Implementation of Discrete Fourier Transform and Orthogonal Discrete Wavelet Transform in Python published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Tariq Javid Ali, Syed Saood Zia This paper presents implementation of Discrete Fourier Transform and Orthogonal Discrete Wavelet Transform in Python computer programming language. The Fourier Transform is a fundamental signal processing tool whereas the Wavelet Transform is a powerful and advanced signal processing tool. Both have applications in numerous scientific and engineering disciplines. Our implementation aims to develop a deeper understanding of these transformations by presenting detailed coding steps to generate the frequency-domain and wavelet-domain outputs for selected example time-domain input signals. The results generated from developed program code are compared using built-in functions with similar matches have shown the successful implementation.
Problems Threatening the Tigris Trout (Salmo tigridis Turan, Kottelat & Bektaş, 2011) Stock in Çatak Stream and Some Recommendations published in

Commagene Journal of Biology

Published by ABADER
Mustafa AKKUŞ [1] , Mustafa SARI [2] This study was carried out to reveal the problems threatening Salmo tigridis stock inhabited in Çatak Stream and to offer some solutions to overcome these problems. Çatak is the largest stream of the region and located at 81 km southern of the Van city center. Salmo tigridis, which is only distributed in Çatak and Bahçesaray streams, faces the danger of extinction. In this study, it was observed that sand-graveling activities at Çatak Stream muddied the stream and destroyed appropriate reproduction habitats. Another problem is that Çatak Stream's over-destruction of vegetation in the catchment basin increases flood risk and flood-related sudden flow increases. In addition, it was determined that studies carried out for river improvement and flood control disturbed the natural flow regime of the stream, leading to deterioration in the base and coastal structure. Another threat is the rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) that escape from fish farms. Catching with prohibited methods and fishing gears is also a problem that threatens the future of native trout stock in the stream. With this study, the problems that threaten the tigris trout stock in Çatak Stream were identified and some proposals were presented.
A GREEN TECHNIQUE FOR WATER SOFTENING AN ECONOMICAL METHOD USING NATURAL SAND MATERIAL IN IRUMENI AREA, RAMANATHAPURAM, TAMIL NADU, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B. Jayalakshmi*1, T. Ramachandramoorthy2, A. Paulraj3, G.Veerapandian1, S. Musthafa Kani1, G.G. Naganathan1 Use of Regenerated Natural Sand Material as an adsorbent/ion exchanger for the removal of Total Hardness by Batch Mode Adsorption was investigated. Batch Mode Adsorption technique was carried out by varying particle size, initial concentration, contact time, pH, sorbent dosage and temperature. Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models were used to study the adsorption/ion exchange process. The treatment of water for the removal of total hardness was effectively done by using the Regenerated Natural Sand Material and the XRD patterns were used to confirm the study.
On Semi- Slant Submanifolds of a Nearly Sasakian Manifold published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Shyam Kishor The object of the present chapter is to study the semi- slant submanifolds of a nearly Sasakian manifold. The conditions for some distributions on the semi- slant submanifolds of a nearly Sasakian manifold to be autoparallel has been explored. Further, the integrability conditions for some distributions has also been discussed.
DURABILITY OF MORTAR MADE WITH OUTLET WATER OF WATER TREATMENT PLANTS WITH LIME published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
G. Reddy Babu This research aimed to investigate durability of Portland pozzolana cement (PPC) mortar made with non potable water with lime. Twenty water treatment plants were found out in the Bhimavaram municipality region in West Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Approximately, each plant supplying potable water about 4000 to 5000 L/day. All plants are extracting ground water and treating through Reverse Osmosis (RO) process. At outlet, huge quantity of wasted water is being discharged into side drains in Bhimavaram municipality. One typical treatment plant was selected, and water at outlet was collected and Physical and chemical analysis was carried out as per producer described in APHA. The effect of plant outlet water(POW), lime water(LM), and plant outlet water with lime (POWL) on physical properties i.e., setting times, compressive strength, and flexural strength and durability were studied in laboratory and compared same with reference specimens i.e., made with Distilled Water (DW) as mixing water. No significant change was observed in initial and finial setting time in POW, LW, and (POWL) as compared with reference specimens made with distilled water (DW). Compressive strength was significantly increased with LW and (POWL) specimens compared to that of reference specimens. Reference and test specimens immersed in 4% concentration of sodium sulphate solution for 180 days period, test specimens of POW and reference specimens compressive strength loss was same, but test specimens of POWL and LW durability was better than the reference specimens. XRD technique was employed to study the mineralogical analysis.
Effect of Ct And Tbct on The Academic Achievement of Secondary School Students published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
PARASURAMA. D, Dr. S. Srikanta Swamy The objective of the study is to compare the effect of CT and TBCT on the academic achievement of secondary school students. In this study two equivalent group design is considered. In which group -1 is exposed to Constructivist Teaching (CT) and group-2 is exposed to Technology Based Constructivist Teaching (TBCT). The sample comprised of 156 students studying in IX standard of two schools (Government and Private) of Bangalore city. Researcher identified and collected topics from the school and developed CT and TBCT modules considering 5 E Learning model, Jigsaw and Integration of Technology. Intervention of CT and TBCT carried by engaging the students in Home and Expert group, and students were exposed to knowledge construction activities. Researcher developed the Daily Assessment Sheet (DAS), Unit Test and Post-Test to measure the academic achievement of students. Researcher developed the Achievement test based on the Blue Print and approval from the subject experts, to measure the academic achievement of students. Finally post-test was administered to assess the effectiveness of the intervention. The findings of the study are CT and TBCT intervention helped the students to perform better in post-test, TBCT approach is more effective than CT approachto enhancing the academic achievement of students.CT and TBCT approach have not influenced by the gender in private school whereas only TBCT group was influenced by the gender in government school.
Process Improvement Using Statistical Process Control in a Small Scale Industry published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bhushan S. Jogi | Lekrajsing R. Gour | Nikhil Turkar Different methods are used in an organization to improve productivity, one such method is Statistical process Control(SPC).Statistical process control is a collection of tools, that when used together can result in process stability and variance reduction, thereby leading to a more streamlined production process. This paper presents a case study of SPC to improve the performance of current process by reducing the variability in the dimension of parts produced, there by diminish rejections and improving the process. By carrying out mathematical calculations and using various SPC tools, process capability study was done under existing conditions, some improvements were done in the existing welding fixture used for producing the part to improve their capabilitiy indices. In this study after the application of SPC tools and integrating the suggested changes in existing process, great improvements were seen, as such the capability indices which were 0.1.1&0.38 respectively for the existing process, increased to 1.91&1.50 respectively for the improved process, thereby representing good process performance with higher strength. Bhushan S. Jogi | Lekrajsing R. Gour | Nikhil Turkar"Process Improvement Using Statistical Process Control in a Small Scale Industry" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17144.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/industrial-engineering/17144/process-improvement-using-statistical-process-control-in-a-small-scale-industry/bhushan-s-jogi
Child Work and Schooling in Pakistan—To What Extent Poverty and other Demographic and Parental Background Matter? published in

RESEARCH JOURNAL SOCIAL SCIENCES

Published by TanzeemeAsatiza, Pakistan
MADEEHA GOHAR QURESHI, SAMAN NAZIR, and HAFSA HINA* Keeping into consideration the far-reaching social and economic impact of child work both for the children involved and society as a whole, in this study an attempt has been made to disentangle the child employment and schooling tradeoff with perspective to understand the effect of income deprivation measures and other non-income factors such as demographic and parental background information for Pakistan using Pakistan Panel Household Survey 2010 data set. At one level this research resolves empirically the debate that exist in literature whether child work is direct outcome of poverty or not in context of Pakistan through assessing the impact of the poverty channel for both likelihood of sending a child for paid work versus probability of enrolling a child into school and on other tries to connect the above line of reasoning with other non-income channels so as to build more enriching perspective. The consequences of household socioeconomic level in terms of its poor or non-poor status on child employment and child enrollment likelihood functions is assessed using both a direct measure of poverty based on household consumption expenditure information and also indirect measures based on access (or lack of it to be more specific) of household to electricity, sewerage system and to type of housing in terms of number of rooms and durability of house. In our empirical evidence, we do find strong support for poverty channel both directly and indirectly acting as defining force in decreasing his or her probability for school enrollment. However in context of effect of poverty on probability of child employment we do not find strong evidence through direct measure of poverty based on household consumption information, however the indirect proxies of poverty level of the household as child belonging to poor status in terms of access to certain type of living [living in house with no electricity, kaccha type of house (not bricked and hence vulnerable to fall), no sewerage system and with just one room] do provide strong evidence in support of poverty channel of impact on increasing the chances of child work. Further demographic information whether it is in form of increasing sibling size or impact of number of adult earners or parental background variables such as employment status of parents and their employment categories provides support for the significance of how being resource poor can be a binding constraint for the household and can act as an impetus to send a child towards paid work against schooling.
Soliton Based Optical Fiber Communication published in

Published by
Dr. Brijesh. N. Chawda To overcome the various disadvantages in fiber optic system which uses laser and glass material one can use optical solitons pulses which can preserve their shape by balancing the mechanism called self phase modulation (SPM) resulting from the Kerr non- linearity and pulse broadening effect of GVD (Group velocity dispersion ). This is important, because to any pulse travelling through a fiber is affected by both the Kerr nonlinearity effect and group velocity dispersion effect.
Gardners Syndrome - A Case Report published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Jay C Shah, Navin S Shah, Parshwa N.Shah. Background: Gardners syndrome, a hereditary dominant condition, comprises of multiple osteomas, cutaneous and soft tissue tumors and polyposis coli. In 1951, Gardner reported the association between surface tumors and colonic polyps that are prone to malignant degeneration. It follows dominant hereditary pattern of multiple osteoma associated with colonic polyposis. The most commonly affected bones are the mandible and maxilla, followed by the frontal, sphenoid and ethmoid bones. The most common cutaneous finding in patients with Gardners syndrome is epidermoid cysts, which tend to be numerous and are present in the multiple forms in 50 65% of the patients.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ETHICAL DEGENERATION AND AXIOLOGICAL PRODUCTIVITY published in

ADAM Academy Journal of Social Sciences

Published by Ankara Dusunce ve Arastirma Merkezi
İbrahim Çetintaş We researched into the effect of degeneration observed in the ethical field over other axiological ones produced by human. In this sense, It’s seen a direct correlation between ethical perception and the general development process of axilology. It’s said that the ethical structures constructed with the essential human qualities like mind, will or conscience produce effective and strong characters, and also those characters do values having the same qualitative natures. In this context, it can be said that although Muslims, with their strong ethical structures, produced efficient, rich and determinative values, in course of time, in parallel with the degeneration observed in ethical field, their capacity of producing values got weak, as well. Keywords: Axiology, Ethics, Ethical Degeneration, Productivity, Value
Strategies for The Promotion and Maintenance of Good Nutritional and Health Status of Old People in Delta State of Nigeria published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
ASSOC. PROF. BRIDGET UYOYOU IMONIKEBE The study sought the measures for improving the nutritional and health status of old people in Delta State of Nigeria. The sample comprised three hundred and eighty nine people, which included doctors, nurses, nutritionists, Home Economists, Students and elderly people. Questionnaire was used for data collection. The data was analysed by computing, the percentages and mean of the responses. Findings showed that some of the measures used by the old people in Delta State in promoting and maintaining good nutritional and health status are as follows:- Old people should not eat too much of carbohydrate foods. They need to eat meals that contain leafy vegetables and also eating of fruits. They need to avoid eating between meals. Meals served must be varied and served promptly. Meals must be attractively served. Others are taking less strenuous regular exercise daily, old people need to live with their children or relatives to avoid loneliness, avoidance of drinking of alcohol and smoking. They need regular medical checkup. It was recommended that people who have old people should provide comfortable accommodations for them and give them adequate care.
ENHANCEMENT OF SOLUBILITY AND DISSOLUTION RATE OF TELMISARTAN EMPLOYING β-CYCLODEXTRIN AND SOLUPLUS – A FACTORIAL STUDY published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
N.Tirumalesh1 and K. P. R. Chowdary* Telmisartan, a widely prescribed anti hypertensive drug belongs to class IΙ under BCS and exhibit low and variable oral bioavailability due to its poor aqueous solubility. Its oral absorption is dissolution rate limited and it requires enhancement in the solubility and dissolution rate for increasing its oral bioavailability. The objective of the study is to enhance the solubility and dissolution rate of Telmisartan by cyclodextrin complexation along with Soluplus and to evaluate the individual main effects and combined (or interaction) effects of β cyclodextrin (βCD) and surfactant (Soluplus) on the solubility and dissolution rate of Telmisartan in a series of 22 factorial experiments. The effects of βCD and Soluplus alone on the solubility of Telmisartan were evaluated by phase solubility studies. The solubility of Telmisartan in four selected fluids containing βCD and Soluplus as per 22 factorial study was determined. Solid inclusion complexes of Telmisartan-βCD were prepared with and without Soluplus by kneading method as per 22 - factorial design and were evaluated. The aqueous solubility of Telmisartan was increased linearly as a function of the concentration of βCD as well as Soluplus. The phase solubility diagram of Telmisartan - βCD complexes is of type AL. Increase in solubility of Telmisartan was due to the formation of a 1:1 M complex in solution with βCD with a stability constant (Kc) value of 326.0 M -1 . The individual and combined effects of βCD and Soluplus in enhancing the solubility and dissolution rate of Telmisartan were highly significant (P<0.01). βCD alone gave a 2.21 fold increase in the solubility of Telmisartan. Combination of βCD with Soluplus resulted in a much higher enhancement in the solubility of Telmisartan, 5.0 fold with βCD - Soluplus than with βCD alone. The dissolution of Telmisartan was rapid and higher in the case of Telmisartan - βCD complex systems when compared to Telmisartan pure drug. βCD alone gave a 1.96 fold increase in the dissolution rate (K1) of Telmisartan. When βCD is combined with Soluplus the dissolution rate (K1) was significantly enhanced to 4.37 fold with β CD - soluplus complexes. Hence complexation of Telmisartan with β CD - Soluplus is recommended to enhance the solubility and dissolution rate of Telmisartan, a BCS Class II drug. Key words: Telmisartan, β Cyclodextrin, Soluplus, Solubility, Dissolution rate, Factorial Study
PERFORMANCE INDEX BASED COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS USING PSO AND GA FOR HIGHLY NONLINEAR COMPLEX CONTROL SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof. Prakash M. Pithadiya *1 , Dr. Vipul A. Shah 2 , Prof. Mukesh. B. Hingu In the various industry application research on the multivariable process in nature. Control and interaction problem are major issues in the MIMO process. In the MIMO has a problem to develop a new controller very um manageable because of the interaction and process dynamics with a change of process parameters. For a simulation of the recommended method using nonlinear System. Quadruple Tank System is highly complex nonlinear systems which utilized in minimizing interaction and try to control and make stabilized the nonlinear system. The objective of the research work to design the optimized the performance index based PSO and GA implemented in Quadruple Tank System. The proposed system testing and simulation in MATLAB recourses. In this technique gives better disturbance attenuation with the good performance index result.
A CROMLECH EDITION OF CLOUD COMPUTING FRAMEWORK USING CONCEPT OF ONTOLOGY WITH QUERY RETRIEVAL AND REFINEMENT MECHANISM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Navita We all are living in the world of clouds. User has become adaptive to latest technology trends of information and communication technologies. Cloud computing has made our lives practical and keeps providing us services like consulting, data management and storage in efficient way. Cloud computing is one of emerging areas that is prevailing in industries at grandiose rate. It is combination of Internet and centralized network servers forming a mesh called CLOUD. In this paper, various aspects of cloud computing and its applications are presented. Some differences are provided between network models of cloud computing that are governing organizations and enterprisers. For achieving fault tolerance strategy, there is need to introduce multiple clouds and resource management architecture. It is believed that existing model must be improved time to time to ensure efficient computing of tasks. The paper presents an improved version of cloud computing detailed architecture. It lists deficiencies between existing cloud information architecture and proposed ontology based architecture. Two additional modules have been introduced in model viz Query Retrieval and Query Refinement. Refinement of queries is done using Rocchio formula that extracts results based on relevance criteria i.e. by distinguishing relevant and non relevant results. They are introduced in order to get efficient indexed results after transforming user query.
Role of the Elicitor Compound Methyl Salicylate in Enhancing Allelopathic Potential of Rice for Sustainable Weed Management. published in

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Babita Patni, Ashish Sharma, S. K. Guru Rice production suffers a major setback through weed pressure world wide. In the present study, exogenous application of elicitor compound methyl salicylate (MeSA), at different concentration, (0.1, 0.2, 0.3mM MeSA) was made as a foliar spray and its effect on allelopathic potential of rice genotypes was assessed. The experiment was conducted in a split-plot design with the weedy and weed-free treatments in the main plot and three genotypes as the sub-plot treatment with the foliar application of MeSA.Methyl jasmonate (MeJA) and methyl salicylate (MeSA) are important signaling molecules that induce plant defense against insect herbivores and microbial pathogens. We tested the hypothesis that allelopathy is an inducible defense mechanism, and that the MeSA signaling pathways may activate allelochemicals release. MeSA was found to improve the competitive ability of the genotypes by suppressing weed biomass through enhancements in phenolic acid content (viz. caffeic, o-coumaric and syringic acid) and also in plant growth without any detrimental effect on the host plant, showing that application of MeSA resulted in enhancement of phytotoxic potential of rice genotypes. Spraying of rice plants with 0.2 mM MeSA resulted in highest inhibition of weed dry weight in all the genotypes. Application of MeSA increased also increases Shoot dry matter, grain yield, as well as PAL activity. These results suggest that allelopathy may be an active defense mechanism, and that plant signaling compounds are potentially valuable in its regulation.
Impact of improved technologies on productivity and profitability of pulses, oilseeds and wheat at farmers fields in Hamirpur district of Bundelkhand zone in Uttar Pradesh published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAJIV*, H.G. PRAKASH AND D.P. SINGH Half-field demonstrations were conducted on pulses, oilseeds and wheat with improved technologies against farmers practices at farmers fields during 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11in Hamirpur district of Bundelkhand zone in Uttar Pradesh. Improved techniques included mainly the improved crop variety, proper sowing method and maintenance of optimum plant stand, rhizobium seed inoculation in pulses, optimum fertilizer application and proper weed control. In all the demonstrations conducted were 351 in pigeonpea, 687 in chickpea, 435 in field pea, 255 in lentil, 1055 in sesame, 722 in mustard and 1609 in wheat. The results showed that improved techniques increased seed yield over farmers practices by the margins of 6.93 q/ha or 107.9 % in pigeonpea, 10.77 q/ha or 113.8 % in chickpea, 8.79 q/ha or 71.5 % in field pea, 6.22 q/ha or 75.2 % in lentil, 1.57 q/ha or 135.3 % in sesame, 7.35 q/ha or 89.0 % in mustard, 15.81 q/ha or 60.1 % in wheatT. aestivum and 17.63 q/ha or 81.0 % in wheat T. durum. Net profit due to improved techniques increased maximum of Rs.20665/ha in chickpea followed by Rs.16734/ ha in pigeonpea. Lowest of Rs.3462/ha net profit was increased in sesame. These results indicate that there are great possibilities of increasing productivity and profitability of above crops with adoption of improved techniques in Hamirpur district of Uttar Pradesh.
Power Quality Improvement in Grid Connected PV System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Anjali | Gourav Sharma The general trends in the past decade of increasing solar cell efficiency, decreasing PV system costs, increasing government incentive programs, and several other factors have all combined synergistically to reduce the barriers of entry for PV systems to enter the market and expand their contribution to the global energy portfolio. The shortcomings of current inverter functions which link PV systems to the utility network are becoming transparent as PV penetration levels continue to increase. In this paper an analysis of solar system connected with the grid has been done. The system is subjected with two types of perturbations, i.e. variable load and the variable irradiance level which changes the output of the solar system. The design, modeling, and analysis of a grid-tied PV system are performed in the MATLAB software simulation environment. Solar cell works on the principle of photo voltaic effect, which has nonlinear voltage and current characteristics. These characteristics are improved with the help of maximum power point tracking (MPPT) controller. MPPT controller helps to feed the inverter with maximum power from the solar system. Results indicate that in the presence of grid disturbances the inverter can react dynamically to help restore the power system back to its normal state. A harmonic analysis was also performed indicating the inverter under study met the applicable power quality standards for distributed energy resources Anjali | Gourav Sharma"Power Quality Improvement in Grid Connected PV System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2196.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/2196/power-quality-improvement-in-grid-connected-pv-system/anjali
Performance through Efficient Robust Routing Technique (ERR Model) to Protect WSN from DoS Attack published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bablu Kumar Mishra | Sunil Malviya In the Era of such a growing communication environment, everyone are now use to of wireless sensor network ,sensor based various research has been going on to make WSN more reliable , secure and efficient for the betterment of digital communication services, since digital data are growing in day to day life it does more traffic and need high quality communication network so that one can rely on them in the similar journey one has analyzed with various literature and communication services provided by SAODV and RAEED-EA protocols specially designed for WSN services which has been immune the WSN to DoS attack, since WSN consists of various sensor and non sensor based communication devices in the form of small network nodes with sensing capability ,power consumption and management techniques along with energy efficiency based protocols and nodes to control and protect over the WSN. One analyzed the service scenario of traditional and latest protocols designed for better communication service environment proposed model will make WSN to be error free from physical and Data link layer errors and attacks many research are doing research, in the same way in this thesis we are try to overcome the drawback of WSN routing at physical and Data link layer to through our proposed model integrate an efficient routing algorithm that improve performance of routing over tradition WSN routing protocol along with this proposed ERR model also immune the WSN from physical and Data link layer attacks (Jamming, collision) issues so that reliability can be achieve. Bablu Kumar Mishra | Sunil Malviya"Performance through Efficient Robust Routing Technique (ERR Model) to Protect WSN from DoS Attack" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12832.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/12832/performance-through-efficient-robust-routing-technique--err-model-to-protect-wsn-from-dos-attack/bablu-kumar-mishra
امثال القرآن کی ضرورت واہمیت Importance of Similitude of Qur’an published in

Rahat-ul-Quloob

Published by Rahat-Ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta
Shereen Hassan sasoli Dr. Syed Bacha Agha The Qur’an is the most-read book in the world. Revealed by Allah Almighty to Prophet Muhammad , and revered by Muslims as being Allah’s Final Scripture and Testament, its words have been lovingly recited, memorized and implemented by Muslims of every nationality ever since. The Quran is also the only holy book that can be memorized in its entirety by people of all ages and intellectual abilities – including non-Arabic speakers – which Muslims consider to be one of its miracles. The Holy Quran is the source guide; the purpose of Similitude in Qur’an is to get a lesson. In each instance there is knowledge to mankind, it possesses a particular utility. Allah ta’aala has invited to all mankind to consider the Quran, as in the Holy Quran” Do they not then think deeply in the Qur'an, or are their hearts locked up (from understanding it)?”. This article explains deeply about the Importance of Similitude of Qur’an.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF UV, FIRST-ORDER DERIVATIVE, SECOND ORDER DERIVATIVE AND AREA UNDER CURVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF NAPROXEN IN BULK MATERIAL AND IN TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Ravindra Y. Patil1, Dr. Vijaya Uday Barge*2, Sharmila Deepak Kuskar3, Sushama Vishwanath Patil4 In the present work, sensitive spectrophotometric method has been developed for the quantitative estimation of naproxen. Methanol was selected as a common solvent for estimation of naproxen. Ultraviolet (UV), first derivative, second derivative, and AUCspectrophotometric methods for the determination of naproxen in pharmaceutical formulations have been developed. ?max for naproxen was found to be 231nm. The linearity range was found to be 0.5-3 ?gml1 in methanol and the regression equation was y = 0.369x + 0.062 (r2=0.999). The methods were validated by following the analytical performance parameters suggested by the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH). All validation parameters were within the acceptable range. The developed methods were successfully applied to estimate the amount of naproxen in pharmaceutical formulations.
Studies on the Effect of Nitrogen Nutrition on Growth and Lipid Content of Microalga Botryococcus braunii KSV 1 published in

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Kommu Sasikanth, Sharma M. C. Sodium nitrate at a concentration of 17.6mM (1X) is the preferred nitrogen source for enhancing the biomass and lipid productivity of Botryococcus braunii KSV1 in BG -11 medium over different concentrations of other nitrogen sources viz., potassium nitrate, ammonium sulphate, ammonium nitrate and urea. Optimal biomass productivity (0.0521g/L/day) and lipid productivity (around 10 mg/L/day) for this microalga were obtained with 1.0X and 0.75X strength BG-11 medium respectively. Botryococcus braunii KSV1 grew better in BG-11 medium at strength 1.0X, whereas 0.5X - 0.75X strengths increased lipid production.
STUDY OF SMART CITY USING INTERNET OF THINGS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Aman Kumar Gupta AS we know that the traffic is becoming the new problem of any city. As the population of the city is going to increase side by side the traffic is also increasing. Manually we are un able to manage the traffic. One more problem that arise that traffic increase in the city because peoples will not follow the rules. Although they are educated enough but unable to follow the traffic rules that can be cause to the traffic problem. The Inte rnet of Things is based on the Internet, network wireless sensing and detection technologies to realize the intelligent recognition on the labelled traffic item, trailing, monitoring, managing and processed automatically.This research presents an overview of a framework distributed traffic simulation model. Apart from this, the second major problem is water distribution. The manual process not only waste the loss of water but although we do not have any monitoring system which can monitor the utilization of water. The third problem is garbage management. In India, we will see on the daily basis that municipal corporations are not doing their work properly. Everywhere we can see the waste on the road and no action will be taken. There is no transperent system that govement has provided so that the proper monitoring and action can be taken place. In this research paper, we will study all those parameters which can help to improve the lifestyle of the city and try to become that city to be a part of smart city .
Attitude of School Students Towards Geography published in

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P. Sarkar, K. K. De, N.C.Maiti Of late Geography has drawn the attention of the students, schools and the society in India and more particularly in West Bengal. The present researchers like to see whether the Attitude of the students towards geography has been developed in consonance with the growing importance of the subject in the society. The authors developed a test on Attitude of the Students towards Geography (with six dimensions) in this connection. The test was administered on 800 boys and girls of class IX distributed over WB. With ANOVA, t-test and correlation it was found that (1) In general boys and girls do not significantly differ in their mean attitude scores towards geography scores but such difference is observed in urban habitat.(2) Boys of urban and rural habitats differ significantly in mean attitude scores towards geography.(3) In general students of different habitats significantly differ in their mean attitude towards geography. 4) Attitude & Achievement in Geography are significantly correlated.
EVALUATION OF ANTITUMOR EFFECT OF METHYLXANTHINE FRACTION ISOLATED FROM PU-ERH TEA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kaloyan Georgiev1*, Ivan Iliev2 and Iliya Jelev3 In this study we investigated the effects of methylxanthine fraction extracted from the Pu-erh tea leaves against human colon carcinoma cell line HT-29, human breast carcinoma cell line MDA-MB-231 and healthy cell lines BALB/3T3 and BJ. We used different concentrations of the methylxanthine fraction (2 1000 ?g/ml) on the cultured cells and incubated them for 24 and 72 h. The cytotoxic effects were measured by the MTT dye reduction assay. The methylxanthine fraction extracted from Pu-erh tea has shown concentration-dependent cytotoxicity on colon and breast carcinoma cell lines. The combination of methylxanthine fraction and oxaliplatin did not result in synergism.
Customers Prferences Towards Various Soft Drinks Brands In Bhilai published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Sumeet Agarwal, M. Madhuri Devi The project purports to work out the customers preferences pertaining to the various brands of soft drink. Basically we intend to find out the most popular flavor, what factor compels to consume (like brand, advertisement, quality, variants), product rating (like excellent, good, average, poor), what size prefer most in the terms of packing (like 2ltr., 1ltr., 500ml 250ml), how often consume it, what is the source of information regarding the purchase of it, do soft drink come up with more flavor in the market from our sample. It is concluded that difference between the Determinants i.e. Brand, Price, Taste, Packaging, Advertisement, Size, Colour, are significant. The companies are therefore, advised to give more emphasis on Services of Company factor while producing Soft drinks because consumers highly considered the Services of Company factor while purchasing Soft drinks where as less emphasis on Retailers, friends and Relatives advice because consumers considered little about the reference of shopkeepers, friends and relatives factor while purchasing Soft drinks. They are also advised to make different strategies for different parameters as they are showing different preference behaviour.
Temporal variation in physico-chemical properties of Basupur Handia wetland, Allahabad published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ANAND MOHAN AND D.R. MISRA The temporal variations in physico-chemical parameters of Basupur Handia wetland in Allahabad, like temperature, pH, D.O., B.O.D., total alkalinity, turbidity, chlorides contents and electrical conductivity were analyzed from (Sep. 2009-Aug. 2010). All these parameters were found to be higher in cooler season compared to other season, which may be due to the temperature changes which showed inverse relationship with water temperature. The water was alkaline during entire study period and alkalinity was found highest in the month of June and lowest in the month of August. The study revealed the changes in physico-chemical characteristics of this wetlands, which will be a beneficial study to monitor the environmental changes of such water bodies
Activities, Social Engagement and Cognitive Decline among Elderly Male published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Ankita Sharma 'Stay active-stay healthy', 'use it or lose it' are common mantra advised for optimal functioning. Though how far it is really applicable to heterogeneous group of Indian elderly is question. Results of the present study through some light on this issue. It was found that elderly are not a homogenous group, there are significant differences in their demographic condition, level and type of social engagement they are involved in, but contrary to usually held conception there was no significant difference on cognitive functioning. The interaction of age, activities and level of cognitive functioning appear to be significantly different. Level and type of activity is determined by age and other demographic characteristics and cognitive functioning is also predicted by these, hence, it is indicated that enhancement in activities and social engagement may have a role to play in maintaining an adequate level of cognitive functioning among the older men.
A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Program on Knowledge Regarding Reproductive Health Among Adolescent Girls in Selected Schools of Bhavnagar District . published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mrs Parul Chaudhari, Ms. Sijo Koshy, Mr. Ravindra Hn Reproductive health is a crucial part of general health and a central feature of human development..Other press reports, indicates that 67%, of new infection are among young people, aged between 15-24 years. In India adolescent girls accounts for a little more than 1/5th of the population (21.4%). UNICEF emphasizing more importance towards adolescent health seek to build stranger dialogue and partnership among young people, parents, educators, health providers and community leaders on health, including reproductive health. Research question Part 1:-The demographic variables. Part 2:-It consists of 30 items knowledge regarding reproductive health among adolescent girls The questionnaires consist of total 7 sections this are:-.The structured teaching program covered aspects on Knowledge related to importance of reproduction health education., Reproductive organ, menstrual cycle., nutritional diet, Anemia ,STI/STD and RTI., And contraception, Objective 1.To assess the existing knowledge regarding reproductive health among adolescent girls. 2.To assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding reproductive health among adolescent girls.3.To determine the association between pre-test knowledge score with selected demographic variables. Study design The design used in the study is pre-experimental one group pre test and post test design Setting The study is conducted in two schools in the Bhavngar T.B.Jain. girls School and Govrnment majiraj Girls School ,Bhavnagr Gujarat. Statistical Analysis analyzed through descriptive and inferential statistics. Results Out of 6o Semple The overall pre -test mean knowledge score of adolescent girls mean score was 13.813.67 post-test mean knowledge score of was 22.712.35. The post test mean knowledge score is significantly greater than the pre-test mean knowledge score. So structure teaching programme was effective. chisquare was used to determine the association between the pr test knowledge score and selected demographic variables. It is found that from the entire variable no one demographic variable is not significantly associated with pre test knowledge score regarding knowledge regarding reproductive health so null hypothesis (H0) was accepted for these variables.
PRODRUGS TARGETING THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Falasteen Salameh1, Donia Karaman1, Gennaro Mecca2, Laura Scrano3, Sabino A. Bufo4 and Rafik Karaman*1, 4 The classical approach for delivery of drugs into the central nervous system (CNS) is associated with adverse effects and it has many limitations. Therefore, extensive efforts have been done in searching and developing novel methods for achieving such delivery. This mini-review discusses the design and synthesis of selected targeting prodrugs for the treatment of conditions related to impairment in the CNS such as Parkinsons and Alzheimers diseases. Such approaches include targeting prodrugs which are designed to interact with unique cellular conditions at the target site, especially the availability of certain enzymes and transporters at these sites. In addition, part of this mini-review is devoted to prodrugs design based on enzyme models that have been invoked to understand how enzymes catalyzebiotransformation. In this approach, the prodrugs design isdone using quantum molecular orbital and molecular mechanics methods. The equations obtained from correlations of experimental and calculated rate values for some intramolecular processes are used to predict parameters for other intramolecular processes that can be utilized as prodrugs linkers. In this approach, there is no need for enzymes to catalyze the conversion of the prodrug to its active parent drug and the conversion rate of the prodrug is dependent only on those factors playing dominant role in the rate-limiting step of the process.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF Q-ABSORBANCE RATIO METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF AMOXICILLIN AND PROBENECID IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Himani*, S. Dhruvi, P. Bhagirath, B. Ankita New spectrophotometric Q-Absorbance Ratio method has been developed for the simultaneous determination of Amoxicillin and Probenecid in oral dosage form. The various parameters, such as linearity, precision, accuracy, limit of detection and limit of quantitation were studied according to International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) guidelines. The Iso-absorptive point was found to be 233 nm. Calibration curves were linear over a concentration range of 5-20 ?g/ml for Amoxicillin and 5-20 ?g/ml for Probenecid respectively. Accuracy of method was determined through recovery studies which were found 99 - 100.89 % for Amoxicillin and 98.67 - 100.44 % for Probenecid. Method was found to be reproducible with relative standard deviation (RSD) for intra and interday precision to be < 1.5% over the said concentration range. The proposed method is found to be highly simple, sensitive, precise and accurate.
A Pilot Study for Total Production Management in Printing Industry published in

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Prof. Nagaraj Kamath H,Prof. Dr. Lewlyn L R Rodrigues Globally, even in printing industry, customer is demanding for high and consistent quality at low cost and fast delivery. Sustaining a printers technical and operational systems require a verification program to be developed and followed so that performance excellence (good manufacturing performance) is maintained. In this research, considering a theoretical framework of social-Technical system, a conceptual model for Total Production Management will be built, in which TotalProductive Maintenance (TPM) is pooled with Total Quality Management (TQM) and System Dynamics (SD) for attaining a Total productive environment, which we are coining as Total Production Management. This is premeditatedto convey,together production and maintenance functions composed by a blend of good working practices, team-working and continuous improvement, and thus achieve the objective of good manufacturing performance. In the Pilot study, convergent and discriminant validity test of the variables was performed using Smart PLS software.
Influence of Al3+ on Corrosion Inhibition of Trisodium Citrate published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
N.Vijaya1, A. Peter Pascal Regis2, S. Rajendran3,4, M. Pandiarajan4* The inhibition efficiency of trisodium citrate (TSC) in controlling corrosion of carbon steel immersed in well water in the absence of Al3+ has been evaluated by weight loss method. In presence of Al3+ Corrosion inhibition efficiency of TSC increases. A synergistic effect in observed between TSC and Al3+. This effect is more pronounced in presence of 50 ppm of Al3+ than in presence of 25 ppm of Al3+ .This is supported by synergism parameter values. Polarization study reveals that TSC-Al3+ system control the cathodic reaction predominantly. It also indicates that formation of a protective film on a metal surface. The protective film has been analysed by FTIR spectra. FTIR spectra reveal that the protection film consists of Fe2+ - TSC complex, Al3+ -TSC complex and Al (OH) 3.
Inequality of Utilization of Antenatal Care Services Among Urban Women In India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Laxmi Kant Prem Prakash The present paper examines the level and disparities in the utilization of Antenatal care services (ANC) among the urban population in India. It also explores the underlying factors associated with low utilization of full antenatal care. The present paper based on District Level Health Survey (DLHS-III) (2008-09) data source. Statistical analysis likes cross tabulations and logistic regressions have been computed to address the objectives. The age of mother, birth order, still birth and spontaneous abortion, education, economic status, caste and religion is also significant factors. The very young and older age group mother and higher birth order belonging mother less utilize ANC. Similarly poor, uneducated, scheduled caste and scheduled tribe and minority population group less utilize ANC. Therefore, interventions should address younger age groups; poor, uneducated or less educated women in urban areas. Socially deprived scheduled castes, tribes and minority population groups should also be brought under consideration in the maternal health policy
Review Paper on Quantum Dot Cellular Automata Using Nanoelectronics published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Jayshree Chouksey | Er. Deepak Pancholi In quantum dot cellular automata emerge the electronic circuits. This technology takes more attention because of current silicon transistor technology faces many problems. The main advantages of QCA is fast speed and low power consumption. A quantum dot cell can be used to make gates (AND, OR and NAND) wires and memories also. The QCA has main benefits is faster speed reduced size digital circuits and minimum power consumption. In this paper QCA circuit design basic logic gate with the help of MV, Invertors and QCA wire. Jayshree Chouksey | Er. Deepak Pancholi"Review Paper on Quantum Dot Cellular Automata Using Nanoelectronics" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18214.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/18214/review-paper-on-quantum-dot-cellular-automata-using-nanoelectronics/jayshree-chouksey
Prevalence of Neisseria Gonorrhoea Infection by Pcr Method Using Urine Samples From Hiv Sero-Positive Women published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Okonkwo, E.C., Ogbu, O., Anyim, C.,Nworie, O., Orji, J.O., Nwuzo, A.C. Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection was diagnosed in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) sero-positive women in Ebonyi state, Nigeria. The samples were screened for HIV at the laboratory of Applied Microbiology, Ebonyi State using diagnostic dipstick, while PCR study was carried out at university of Ibadan. Species specific primers were designed for the specific amplication of a 260bp region of the N. gonorrhoeae porA pseudo gene based on the numbering from strain MSII. All strains of N.gonorrhoeae tested were successfully detected by the designed PCR primer giving a single predicted product of 260bp amplicon in gel electrophoresis. The primer could not amplify DNA extracted from other Neisseria species. HIV status was established using rapid immunochromatographic assays as per national standards. Out of the total number of 105 urine samples, N. gonorrhoeae was detected in 16 (15.2%). There was significant association between N. gonorrhoeae infection and age but infection was not related to occupation and marital status. Analysis showed that N. gonorrhoeae infection is significantly associated with HIV status (15.2% vs 100%). N. gonorrhoeae is known to facilitate HIV transmission, hence there is the need for routine testing and treatment of all positive cases of infection to control HIV
PHYTOREMEDIATION: A METHOD TO REDUCE METAL IONS PRESENT IN WASTE WATER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shirin Imam Heavy metal pollution is a worldwide concern; its severity and degree of pollution vary from place to place Metal contamination can be carried with soil particles get carried away from the original areas of pollution by wind and rain. The heavy metals which are mostly found in mining waste include arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, and zinc, all of which cause risks for human health and the environment. Industrial waste water also adds to this problem. When waste water comes in contact with soil it pollutes it as well. Prolonged exposure and higher buildup of such heavy metals have harmful health effects on soil, human life, water bodies and aquatic biota. The discharge of these metals without suitable treatment creates a major risk to human health. There are several methods to remediate or reduce the concentration of heavy metal pollution. The physicochemical processes include chemical precipitation, reverse osmosis, and ion exchange method. Each and every method has its merits and demerits and apart from this they are capital intensive as well. During past few years Phytoremediation is gaining importance as one of the green technology to remediate metal ion pollution. Phytoremediation is the use of green plants to clean-up contaminated hazardous waste sites and water. It is an in situ method in which various types plants are used to transfer, remove and destroy the contaminants from soil and water. The present research work is focused on minimizing lead ions present in soile
Quantitative Microbial Analysis of River Tawi, the Longest Tributary of the Himalayan River Chenab, in Jammu Region of J&K State, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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S. P. S. Dutta, Meenakshi Khajuria Quantitative (MPN index/100ml) microbial analysis at four stations of river Tawi viz. Behar Devta, Udhampur and Nagrota bypass, Hariki Pohri and Bhagwati nagar, Jammu, was undertaken during the year 2010 and 2011 and has been described. At the severely polluted Bhagwati nagar station, in Jammu city, MPN index/100ml was above 240 throughout the year. At the other three non-polluted stations, upstream Jammu city, microbial count was low during winter months. Comparison of microbial count with national and international standards has revealed that raw water is not suitable for drinking even at non-polluted stations and requires proper treatment before consumption.
GSM Based Automated Fat Detection and Billing System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Miss. Smita Ganechari | Miss. Sneha Ghode | Miss. Shaheen Choudhari | Prof. Dashavant S. J India is Farming country. The main source of earning money is farming the side business for farmer is milk collection. This collected milk is given to the dairy industry without any processing. So we are making a system which will going to change the lifestyle of Indian farmer. Dairies collect milk from farmer everyday and payments for this milk are done according to rates per liter. This rate depends on various factors like weight, CLR, SNF of the milk. We develop a system that will measure the fat content in the milk and calculate the payment automatically. And the cost of the milk will send to that farmer via message automatically.[1] Miss. Smita Ganechari | Miss. Sneha Ghode | Miss. Shaheen Choudhari | Prof. Dashavant S. J"GSM Based Automated Fat Detection and Billing System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11583.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/11583/gsm-based-automated-fat-detection-and-billing-system/miss-smita-ganechari
Optimization of Detoxification with Over Liming and Charcoal Treatment for Increasing the Fermentability of Cotton Stalk Hydrolyzate published in

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Mirza Zaheer Baig, Smita M. Dharmadhikari Fermentability of lignocellulosic hydrolyzate decreases by retarding microbial fermentation due to presence of inhibitors released during hydrolysis. These inhibitors can be removed by applying proper detoxification process. Among different process, present study focuses on detoxification of cotton stalk acid hydrolyzate by over liming followed by activated charcoal treatment for removal of sugar byproducts i.e. furans (furfural and 5, hydroxy methyl furfural) and traces of lignin in the form of phenolic compounds for the purpose to increase the fermentability of hydrolyzate. In the present investigation, optimization was carried out by overliming up to various pH ranges from 7 to 12 while charcoal concentration was used from 1% to 5% percent. Finally, optimum concentration was achieved by overliming with pH 10 and 4% activated charcoal which causes 92.69% and 88.89% reduction in furans and phenolics respectively with 19.84% decrease in fermentable sugar concentration was observed.
COLORECTAL CANCER DETECTION IN MRI IMAGES USING IMAGE PROCESSING TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
T.Manivannan *1 , M.Jayakandan Cancer is a disease that begins in the cells of the body. Colorectal cancer is cancer that starts in the colon or the rectum. These cancers can also be referred to separately as colon cancer or rectal cancer, depending on where they start. When the body has extra cell growth it forms a growth or tumor. One of the key problems in the treatment of cancer is the early detection of the disease. Often, cancer is detected in its later stages, when it has compromised the function of one or more vital organ systems and is widespread throughout the body. Methods for the early detection of cancer are of utmost importance and are an active area of current research. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) established itself as the primary method for detection and staging in patients with colorectal cancer. In this paper, MRI images of colorectal cancer are used to detect the area and mean values of tumor area and distance from tumor area to other parts for staging cancer. This research paper describes algorithms for preprocessing, clustering and segmentation of MRI images. The implementation of this clustering, segmentation and preprocessing is done with Matlab 2015 (a). By using this proposed methodology the cancer is detected in its early beginning stage.
A Comparative Study of Shocks, Economic Growth And The Indian Economy: An Indian Perspective published in

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Dr. Shankarsinh R Rana The accounting system in Romania has undergone numerous changes which took place after 1989. The country status is still an economy in transition to a market economy. In this paper, we analyze a few aspects concerning the reform of the Romanian accounting system alongside the international accounting standards (IAS), the tangible assets in particular (IAS 16), which are the key in harmonizing the accounting documents and situations of various economic entities in the context of globalization. The case presented deals with the core of the capital of an entity (firm, company), the tangible assets and their importance in the well-functioning of the system at the microeconomic level. The profitability and the sustainability of the firm depend on the modern, functional and well-managed tangible assets.
EFFECT OF ETHEREL AND SILICON INTERACTION ON GROWTH OF POPCORN (Zea mays ssp.everta) UNDER DEFICIT IRRIGATION published in

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Ali H. Jasim Sarmad Faisal Iedan A field experiment was carried out in a private field ( Abu-Garaq ,10km west Hilla city) during the autumn season of 2015 in silty clay loam soil. In order to study the effect of interaction between Ethrel and Silicon in the growth of Popcorn (Zea mays ssp.everta.) at cutoff irrigation on vegetative growth .The Split- Split- plot arrangement in randomized complete block design with three replications was used, in which irrigation treatments {full irrigation (a0)} and {deficit irrigation applied at the 8-leaf stage (a1) }operated the main plot , while Ethrel concentrations ( applied at the 6- leaf stage) b0 (without spray), b1 (Ethrel concentration of 0.75 ml.L -1), b2 (Ethrel concentration of 1.5 ml.L -1 ) operated the sub-plots and Silicon concentrations ( applied at the 6- leaf stage) c0 (without spray), c1 (0.1 mM), c2 (0.01 mM) operated sub-sub-plots. Seeds of Popcorn variety Surur was planting in 24/7/2015 on ridges in both sides. The data were taken , analyzed and the averages were tested by least significant difference. The results showed that deficit irrigation reduced significantly plant height , LA, LAI, number of leaves and ear height . Spray b2 (Ethrel concentration of 1.5 ml.L -1 ) reduced significantly plant height , LA, LAI, number of leaves ,ear height and Spray silicon at concentration 0.1 mM was significantly superior in the plant height , LA, LAI,ear height . The interaction between the factors studied had significant effect on most studied characteristics .
Prevalence of Common Eye Diseases Among Low Vision Students in Inclusive Schools of Coimbatore District published in

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S Revathi, Dr Premavathy Vijayan The main aim of the study is to find out the causes of low vision among the selected children and to analyze the causes for low vision among the sample. Each eye disorder has educational implications. But these are not attached in the educational set up. Hence, an attempt is made to find out the different causes for Low Vision based on the medical report by the eye specialist. This compilation may help a teacher to plan Individual Educational Plan (IEP) to enhance his / her learning. For the study the investigator selected 93 children with low vision out of 93, 38 % boys and 62% girls. The number of sample used for the study was 93.
Review on Detection and Grading the Cataract based on Image Processing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mrs. R. S. Patil | Dr. Uttam L. Bombale This paper gives overview of development of system to detect & grade the cataract based on image processing.Cataract is when lens gets cloudy. It is leading cause of blindness worldwide. It causes a blurred and foggy vision. Catarct can lead to partial or complete loss of eyesight. A protein layer is developed gradually and the lens becomes cloudy over a long period of time which reduces vision and leads to blindness. Early treatment can lessen the difficulties faced by cataract. Early stage of cataract is not detected by manual method then it will cause problem. Accurate diagnosis and timely treatment of nuclear cataract is essential to prevent vision loss. Severity of cataract is given by grading system. Cataract is classified into three types based on the area of protein deposition named as nuclear cataract, cortical cataract, posterior sub capsular cataract. With the development of image processing techniques, efforts have been put in the development of automatic systems to improve grading objectivity. Mrs. R. S. Patil | Dr. Uttam L. Bombale"Review on Detection and Grading the Cataract based on Image Processing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7062.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/7062/review-on-detection-and-grading-the-cataract-based-on-image--processing/mrs-r-s-patil
In Vitro Antibacterial Potential of Some Medicinal Plants Against Human Enteric Pathogens published in

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Gajendiran K, Senthilkumar P K, Reetha D To investigate in vitro antibacterial potentials of five different medicinal plant leaf extracts against enteric pathogens. Five solvent were used Viz., hexane, chloroform, ethyl acetate, acetone and methanol extracts. Leaf extracts were evaluated against enteric bacterial pathogens by using standard disc diffusion, determination of minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentrations (MBC). Methanol extract of Vitex negundo leaves showed potent antibacterial activity (inhibition zone: 7.8-20.7 mm, MIC: 15.62 31.25 g/mL, MBC: 31.25 -62.5 g/mL) against all the pathogenic enteric bacteria (Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi, Vibrio cholera, Vibrio fluvialis, Shigella flexneri, Proteus vulgaris and Proteus mirabilis) tested. For the first time it was observed that methanol extract of V. negundo leaves exhibited strong vibriocidal activity in vitro conditions. Therefore, it will be useful to identify and isolate the active compounds of this extract that could be a good alternative medicine to treat cholera.
Preparation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Hair Oil published in

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Analysis

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X. Fatima Grace, S. Rahul Raj, S. Shanmughanathan, D. Chamundeeshwari Mankind use various products to enhance beauty and elegance to look young and charming. Cosmetics thus play a vital role in human life. Now a days, herbal cosmetic are widely used because of the belief that they have fewer side effects and better safety. Hair is one of the primary parts of the body which acts as a protective appendage. The objective of the present work is to develop a hair oil for general purpose (daily use) using various herbs. The formulated oil was evaluated for its organoleptic properties, acid value, saponification value, refractive index, pH etc. All the parameters were found to be good and within the standards.
A Literary Review On Tubercular Complications With its Modern and Ayurvedic Management published in

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Dr. Dhanpat Mishra, Dr. Basavaraj R Tubaki, Dr. Nalinikant Parida, Dr. Mahadev P. M Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex which affects usually lungs and thereafter invade other organs in one third of cases. The objective is to achieve universal access to high-quality care for all people with TB, Protect vulnerable populations from TB, TB/HIV and drug-resistant TB and Support development of new tools and enable their timely and effective use. The current review includes primarily the complications arise in the tuberculosis patients, for which the data is being collected from various websites, articles published in reputed journals and some recognised authentic medical books. Here an attempt is made to cover most commonly seen complications along with their conservative treatment both explained in modern and Ayurvedic science along with some surgical overview.
Hybrid Neuro-Genetic Data Mining Technique for Market Forecasting published in

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Ganesh V. Kumbhar Rajesh V. Argiddi Share Market is an untidy place for predicting since there are no significant rules to estimate or predict the price of share in the share market because of fluctuating behavior of share price. The methods like technical analysis, time series analysis, fundamental analysis, and statistical analysis etc are all used to predict the bwhavior of price in the share market but none of these methods come up with a consistently acceptable prediction tool. The major concern of this study is to develop a system that can predict future prices in the stock markets by taking samples of historical prices. This study tries to help the stock market investors in deciding the better timing for buying or selling stocks based on the knowledge discovered from the historical prices of such stocks using neuro-genetic technique. This study will use the Artificial Neural Network for learning the historical data of Stock Market & make predictions for next few days. Genetic algorithm is used to optimize the weights of Neural Network so that is can learn better.
Farmers perceptions and participation on Mechanical soil and water conservation techniques in Kembata Tembaro Zone: the Case of Kachabirra Woreda, Ethiopia published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Tesfaye Gebre, Debebe Weldemariam Soil erosion is one of the major causes of land degradation that resulted in low agricultural productivity in Ethiopia. In the study area, Soil erosion by water constitutes a threat to the maintenance of the subsistence living of the Ethiopia rural population. Efforts made in the earlier period efforts of soil conservation did not bring about significant results, mainly because of lack of bottom-up approach. Uprooting this past oversight and instating a participatory approach has since been strongly recommended as the right strategy which was being practices for some years now in the study area. This research analyses the extent of farmers perception and participation in the current SWC activities in the Doreba and Hobichika watershed, Kachabirra Woreda, Kembata Tembaro Zone. Formal household survey, informal and focus group discussions and field observation were used to generate the data. The result shows that the majority of the respondent farmers participated in the SWC against their will. The most important factor discouraging them from participating freely was the perceived ineffectiveness of the soil and water conservation structures measures under construction. Awareness about severity soil erosion as a problem, Participation in SWC activities, level of literacy, land be absolute private property and off-farm were found to be less significant in providing an explanation for the disinterest shown by most of the respondent farmers towards the SWC activities except farmers willingness of participation and adoptions of soil conservation. Therefore, the most important factors that require immediate consideration for SWC activities in the study area are: firstly, SWC structures have to be carefully designed and constructed taking into account ground realities in the study sites, and secondly, participation of the household farmers has to be through their own conviction regarding the effectiveness and efficiency of the soil conservation structures. In addition, Alternative soil and water conservation structures will have to be considered in this regard.
Impact of High Performance Human Resource Practices on Employees Job Performance in Leather Goods Manufacturing Companies at Vellore District published in

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M. Kaveri and Dr.G. Prabakaran This study aims at exploring the impact of high performance HR practices on employees? job performance. The study sought to establish the effect of job design, training and development, motivation, supervisory support, working environment and compensation on employees? job performance in Leather goods manufacturing companies at Vellore district. The research design used was descriptive survey research design. Stratified proportionate random sampling was used. Data was collected using questionnaires and analyzed by using descriptive statistics, correlation and regression analysis, chi-square and Friedman test was done to establish the relationship between various HRM practices and employees? job performance. Data was presented in the form of tables. Based on the findings, job design, supervisory support and work environment are having a positive and significant relationship with employees? job performance and training and development, motivation and compensation are not having a significant relationship with employees? job performance. Conclusions as well as implications are discussed.
Performance Study of UWB System at Various Signal Parameters published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Salar Kh. Shaikhah, Samah A. Mustafa, Bayez K. Al Amp Ndash Sulaifanie Direct-sequence Ultra Wide Band (DS-UWB) transmission is a strong competitor for the physical layer of high data-rate short-range UWB systems. In DS-UWB the Monocycle pulses have a big role in band spreading and performance evaluation. In this paper the impact of Monocycle pulse parameters as pulse width and time scaling factor are investigated. The requirements of the FCC spectral mask and DS-UWB intended bandwidth are considered. The values of time scaling factor and Pulse width (have been found in the range 56*10-9 to 125*10-9 and 0.3 ns to 0.8 ns, respectively. Optimum values are found that satisfy the indoor FCC spectral mask. The performance of DS-UWD system is showed due to the analyzed values of pulses.
Phytochemical Estimation of Selected Brown Seaweeds from Mulloor Coast, Kerala published in

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Hemavijayan P. U, Geena George, Lizzy Mathew Seaweeds are the marine macro algae which play an important role in the marine ecosystem, functions as primary producers and provide food and shelter to various aquatic organisms. From time immemorial marine algae have been considered as a food of delicacy and used as a part of diet.The use of marine algae as food for human, animals and aquaculture purposes is based on their high nutritive value arising from the richness of biochemical constituents such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins and trace elements. Phytochemical estimation provides a good information about the dietary values of seaweeds based on their abundance. In the present study, three brown seaweeds, such as Sargassum wightii, Sargassum cristaefolium and Padina tetrastromatica were selected from Mulloor coastal region of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala to study the biochemical composition. The quantification of the metabolites like Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids were done using standard methods that revealed a high Carbohydrate content compared to protein and lipids. Among the three taxa studied high carbohydrate content was recorded in Sargassum wightii.
ACUTE AND SUB ACUTE TOXICITY STUDY OF A HERBOMINERAL SIDDHA FORMULATION THUTHUVALAYATHY CHOORANAM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Nalini sofia. H, Vetha merlin kumari.H, Manickavasakam.K, Banu.G The present study investigated the acute and sub acute toxicity study of Thuthuvalayathy Chooranam, a herbomineral Siddha formulation indicated for the management of Swasa kasam (Bronchial asthma) in experimental animal models. Thuthuvalayathy Chooranam contains Thuthuvalai (Solanum trilobatum, Linn) Echchura muli (Aristolochia indica.Linn) Chittarattai (Alpinia officinarum.Linn) karunchirakam (Nigella sativa .Linn) lluppai (Madhuca lonifolia) Chukku (Zingiber officinale, Rose.) Milagu (Piper nigrum, Linn) Thippili (Piper longum, Linn.) Kadukkai (Terminalia chebula. Retz) Perungayam (Ferula asafoetida.) thippili-ver (Piper longum, Linn.) Indhuppu (Sodium chloride impure) Vengaaram (Sodii biboras;sodii boras.) The aim of the study is to evaluate the safety of the Thuthuvalayathy Chooranam through acute and sub acute toxicity study. In an acute toxicity study the drug was administered o rally at a dose 2700mg/kg p.o and the animals were observed for any toxic symptoms upto 72hrs. The results indicated there were no toxic symptoms up to the dose level of 2700mg/kg p.o. In a Sub acute toxicity study Thuthuvalayathy Chooranam was tested at a dose ranging from 270mg/kg, 1,350 mg/kg and 2700mg/kg p.o once daily for 30 days. The animals were sacrificed on 31 st day .The liver, heart, lung, stomach and kidney were processed for histo pathological study. The result of the sub acute toxicity study d id not show evidence of any changes in body weight, food and water intake when compared with the control animals. The vital organs of animals treated with Thuthuvalayathy Chooranam for 30 days did not show any histopathological evidence of pathological lesions.
Fourier Filtering Denoising Based on Genetic Algorithms published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Jiahe Shi As the traditional filtering methods may cause the problem of blur when applied on stripe-lihike images, this paper raised a new method intending to solve the problem, and provided the process of the method development. The method, based on genetic algorithms as well as two-dimensional Fourier transform, offered a new perspective to denoise an image with abundant components of high frequency, and is of certain significance. Jiahe Shi"Fourier Filtering Denoising Based on Genetic Algorithms" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2420.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/telecommunications/2420/fourier-filtering-denoising-based-on-genetic-algorithms/jiahe-shi
EVALUATION OF IN VITRO ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF PERGULARIA DAEMIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sridevi G1, Sembulingam K2, Muhammed Ibrahim3, Srividya S4, Prema Sembulingam5* Pergularia Daemai (PD) is an age-old traditional herb and is in use as folk medicine among the villagers even today. It had been screened for its bioactive compounds and various pharmacological activities. But its anti-inflammatory activity is not explored fully. In the present venture, we evaluated the anti-inflammatory effect of ethanolic extract of PD by in vitro method by using membrane stabilization test and protein denaturation test. Membrane stabilization test was done by using human red blood cells (HRBCs). Protein denaturation test was done by using bovine serum albumin (BSA). The results revealed that PD extract was capable of rendering membrane stabilization by inhibiting the hypotonically-induced hemolysis of HRBCs in dose-dependent manner (50, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 1000 ?g/mL). In lesser concentration (50 ?g/mL), the % inhibition of hemolysis was less (26.80%) and in higher concentration (1000 ?g/mL), the % inhibition of hemolysis was more (76.30%), which was comparable with that of standard antiinflammatory drug viz. diclofenac sodium (200 ?g/mL 80.60%). The PD extract was also capable of inhibiting BSA denaturation in dose-dependent manner (50 ?g/mL 20.40%, 1000 ?g/mL 83.60%) which was comparable to that of diclofenac sodium (200 ?g/mL 86.60%). This finding confirms the potentiality of PD extract as an anti-inflammatory agent and justifies the recommendation of PD extract for the treatment of painful inflammatory conditions.
USER BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS USING SEQUENCE OF DOCUMENT ON INTERNET OF STREAM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr.P.Vijayaragavan Associate.Prof, S.Swetha student, M.Selva Udhaya student. Textual documents designed and divided on the Internet are ever changing in various forms. The aim of this project is to characterize and detect personalized and abnormal behaviours of Internet users.It can be applied in many real-life scenarios, such as real-time monitoring on abnormal user behaviours. The existing system of our project works are devoted to topic modelling and the evolution of individual topics, while sequential relations of topics in successive documents published by a specific user are ignored. Hence the users activity monitoring doesn’t feasibly and effectively. We proposed our system to extract the user’s activity on real time web application data set on Twitter and Gmail. Using our technique can monitor the user’s sequential topic pattern based on their session identification on multiple applications with single sign on email id and their session id
Large Mediastinal Thymolipoma: Report of a Peculiar Case` published in

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DR AJAY H PATEL,DR AMIT H JOSHI,DR KETAN B SOLANKI -
Traditional Trade-off V/S Pecking Order, Which is a Better Theory? published in

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MOSTAFA HASHEMI-TILEHNOUEI, B. SHIVARAJ Core objective of each firm is to maximize the firm value by selecting the projects with positive net present value and lowest cost of capital. Of course capital structure of firm is a critical element for firms to maximize their value. The purpose of this study is to examine financing behavior of Indian firms and to investigate that which theory of capital structure is better in explaining financing behavior of Indian firms and whether financing behavior of firms operating in India as a developing country and emerging economy is in accordance with financing behavior of developed countries or not. Two main theories of capital structure in this paper are tested: the traditional trade-off theory and the pecking order theory. Results suggest that the pecking order theory rather than the traditional trade-off theory is better in explaining the financing behavior of Indian companies. Results of this paper are consistent with the results for most of the developed countries.
DRUG RELATED PROBLEM (DRP) IDENTIFICATION AND RESOLUTION AMONG HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS WORKING IN THE EMERGENCY AND INTENSIVE CARE UNITS OF A NIGERIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ezeuko Amaka Y.*, Nduka Sunday O., Ogbuagu Chukwuanugo N., Ugoji John O., Ilodigwe Emmanuel E. and Okonta Mathew J. Drug related Problem (DRP) is an event or circumstance involving drug therapy that actually or potentially interfere with the desired patients health outcomes. Drug related problems are often associated with mortality, morbidity and poor patients' quality of life. Its identification and classification is crucial in its resolution. This study was designed to determine the pattern of drug related problems identification and resolution among healthcare professionals working in the emergency and intensive care units of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, South East Nigeria. The study was carried out in the Accident and Emergency (A&E), the Children Emergency (CHER) and the Intensive Care unit (ICU) of the hospital. Only the Doctors, Nurses and Pharmacists were the healthcare professionals included in this study. A total of one hundred and eight (108) healthcare professionals were surveyed and 90.7% of them believed that identification of DRP is critical to patients therapeutic outcome. About 93.0% reported having encountered DRPs in their practice, however, 75.0% did not resolve encountered DRPs due to poor awareness, unavailability of systems for DRP identification/resolution, unavailability of DRP committee and unit responsible for DRP in the hospital, poor training of the professionals on DRPs, and uncertain of whose responsibility it is to identify and document DRPs. Drug Related Problems identification, prevention and resolution in the surveyed hospital is faced with lots of challenges which is depicted in the high level of knowledge but poor attitude and practice level by the surveyed population mainly due to lack of cooperation between the healthcare team.
A Vision of Hybrid Security Framework for Wireless Sensor Network` published in

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D. P. Mishra,Ramesh Kumar Sensor network is having large number small sensor nodes deployed in some geographical area for sensing different parameter as per the requirement. Purpose of the network is to sense different parameters and report the happenings of the respective area where the nodes were deployed in. Sensor networks are used in variety of applications. In military it is used for surveillance and target tracking. In industrial applications, sensor networks are used for monitoring hazardous chemicals. It is used for monitoring the environment and in early fire warning in forests as well as seismic data collections. Sensor networks face new challenges due to their peculiarities, primarily the stringent energy constraints to which sensing nodes are typically subjected which is not known in cellular and ad-hoc wireless networks. The unique features of sensor networks lead to affect the hardware design of the nodes at least four levels: power source, processor, communication hardware, and sensors. In this paper, we report on currents and new trends in sensor networks. We also present vision and future for wireless sensor networks
Modelling and Control of Wind / PV / Battery / Fuelcell based Hybrid Power System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Akhter Hussain Shah In this paper, a hybrid power system comprising wind and solar based renewable energy sources (RERs) is proposed. As these RERs are intermittent and random in nature, so a backup source is needed for smoothening the fluctuations in RERs output power. Fuel cell based energy storage system (ESS) along with battery energy storage (BESS) is proposed for this purpose. Both the energy sources are controlled so as to deliver energy at optimum efficiency. A separate controller is used to achieve maximum power tracking for both PV and wind resources for delivering maximum available power from these sources. PMSG based wind energy conversion system is used to extract energy from the wind. The energy from the solar, wind and fuel cell based power system is converted in to Ac form by using inverter. This power from point of common coupling supplies the load, while the excess power feeds the water electrolyzer used to generate hydrogen for supplying the fuel cells (FC). A management system is designed to manage the power flow between the system components in order to satisfy the load requirements throughout the entire operation. The study defines the power generated by the wind and PV systems is not predictable so BESS is used to smooth the large power variations and the generated hydrogen used and stored in tanks and the power generated by the fuel cells to supply the small deficiency in the load demand. Simulation results is obtained from MATLAB/Simulink software, proved the accuracy of the proposed system. Also, a complete description of the management system is presented. Akhter Hussain Shah"Modelling and Control of Wind / PV / Battery / Fuelcell based Hybrid Power System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12950.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/12950/modelling-and-control-of-wind--pv--battery--fuelcell-based-hybrid-power-system/akhter-hussain-shah
Surface Area Study of the Nanocrystalline Zinc Oxide Synthesized by Reverse-Micellar Method published in

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Dr. Tabassum Akhtar, Prof. Masood Alam Zinc Oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles were synthesized by water-in-oil microemulsions with CTAB as the surfactant, 1-butanol as the cosurfactant, isooctane as the non-polar phase. These nanoparticles were decomposed at 450 C in air to obtain nanoparticles of zinc oxide. Transmission electron micrographic (TEM) analyses revealed the particle size of the nanoparticles to be in the range 1838nm. The average grain size is 25 nm. The specific surface area of ZnO nanoparticles as calculated using BET method was found to be 62.922 m2g-1
Efficacy of Attention Strategies on Enhancing Students Achievement in English published in

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K. Mohan, Dr. Ar. Saravanakumar The present article highlights the Attention Strategies on enhancing the students achievement in English. In this study Attention Strategies are the independent variable and students achievement in English is the dependent variable. Based on some advantages of experimental research, the study has adopted single group experimental design for the present investigation. This study consists of seven experimentation phases. 40 XII standard students were taken as a sample. Two tools were developed and validated to assess the attention strategies and students achievement in English. The tools were administered throughout the experimental period of 6 weeks. The data for Attention strategies and achievement in English on pre and post-tests were collected and computed for statistical analysis. The findings revealed that there was significant mean difference between the pre-test and post-test scores of the experimental group and there was on enhancing students attention as well as in their academic achievement due to the application of Attention strategies.
Penerapan Pendekatan Ilmiah Terhadap Kemampuan Merancang Percobaan dan Hasil Belajar Fisika Peserta Didik Kelas X MIA MAN 2 Model Makassar published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Rahmat Sabirin, Muris Muris, Ahmad Yani This research was pre experimental design (one shot case study) aimed to know the score of designing experiments ability and physics student achievement after used the scientific approach in grade X MIA MAN 2 Model Makassar. Research subject were 42 students. This research used two instruments, were the ability of designing experiments and physics student achievement. The descriptive analysis result showed that the score of the ability of designing experiment was good and the score of physics student achievement was high. The inferential analysis result showed that the ability of designing experiment and physics student achievement after used the scientific approach have reached 60 % from ideal score (α = 0.05).
Evalution of physico-chemical parameters of groundwater of the villages of Osmanabad district ofMaharashtra published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SAYYED HUSSAIN, H.A. TIRPUDE AND VINOD MANE The analysis dealt with the investigation of physico-chemical parameters of ground water of the different villages of dist.Osmanabad (M.S). The physico-chemical parameters like, temperature, pH, electrical conductivity, total dissolved solids, turbidity, total hardness, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, sulphate were determined. The results were compared with standards given by WHO and IS10500. In the investigation, it was found that the ground water of some villages like Kangara, Irla got slightly polluted.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT BY THE STATE OF SCIENTIFIC, TECHNOLOGICAL AND INNOVATIVE ACTIVITY IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Gudkova Angelina Funding for research and development is an important determinant of the state scientific-technical potential and ultimately the impact of scientific and scientific-technical activities. The objectives of government policy to support research and innovation includes the development of national scientific complex in conditions of limited financial resources. In this regard, it is about improving the efficiency of use of Federal budget funds through the use of various forms of financing of scientific research and development. The article discusses the state of the system of financial support of the scientific complex. The application of different mechanisms of influence on the participants of economic relations relating to the commercial implementation of scientific knowledge and technology. The attention is focused on the opportunities closed-end mutual funds for building effective forms of legitimate tax planning. The study is conducted on the basis of the analysis of the applicable financing mechanisms; the need to integrate the efforts of government and business in solving scientific and engineering problems.
Design and Analysis of Frequency Selective Surface at Ka/K/Ku Band published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Dr. Anand Dev Gupta
Kirti Chandel and Seema Singh In this paper we will give a new way to designing spatial filters (frequency selective surfaces) being widely used in several microwave and optical systems. In this paper we will analyze transmission and reflection of electromagnetic waves from complex thick/thin metallic frequency selective surface (FSS). In this work, we have designed the spatial filter (FSS) to be used in microwave/satellite communication. We have tried to overcome the limitations in form of accuracy and computational effort. Using CST software, the results for full wave analysis method are being evaluated.
Study on Color Removal of Basic Dye by Potato Husk as an Adsorbent published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Pooja V Shrivastava Water pollution due to release of industrial wastewater has already become a serious problem in almost every industry using dyes to color their product. The study describes degradation ability of Potato husk powder on basic dye (Methylene blue). Experimental investigations have been made for color removal of textile waste water containing dye using batch adsorption technique and potato husk as an adsorbent . The effect of pH, temperature and amount of salt added in solution was investigated.
Microbial Decolorization of Leather Dye Effluent published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Jitender Kumar | Navleen Kaur Chopra As we know 71% of Earths Surface is covered with water. Water is one of the most essential element for the persistence of life on this planet. Pure and contamination free water is the dire necessity of every living being present on Earth but today water pollution has posed great threat to the existence of life. The discharge of effluents from various industries into the water bodies are mainly responsible for water pollution specially effluents from leather industry are the most contaminating as along with the harmful chemicals they contain organic matter as well. The dyes disposed by the leather industry are the most harmful for the environment. The conventional physicochemical methods used for the treatment of leather dyes in the contaminated water i.e. coagulation, precipitation, oxidation etc have disadvantages and limitations. This study presents microbial decolorization of leather dye effluents from Shigella sp. isolated from effluent samples collected from leather industry. Different parameters such as temperature and pH were optimized for decolorization of Methylene Blue, Crystal Violet, EosinYellow, Safranine dyes by using bacterial isolates. Optimum temperature for decolorization was observed to be 300c, the optimum pH range for decolorization was found to be from pH6-pH8. All the samples were incubated at 30-°C 150 rpm. The decolorization was measured as decrease in absorbance maxima at 663 nm, 590 nm, 518nm, 530 nm for mehtylene blue, crystal violet, eosin yellow, safranine respectively. Dr. Jitender Kumar | Navleen Kaur Chopra"Microbial Decolorization of Leather Dye Effluent" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2405.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/2405/microbial-decolorization-of-leather-dye-effluent/dr-jitender-kumar
International Journal of Research in Education and Science published in

International Journal of Technology in Education and Science

Published by IJTES
IJRES The International Journal of Research in Education and Science (IJRES) is a peer-reviewed scholarly online journal. The IJRES is published twice a year in January and July. The manuscripts which are accepted for publication in the IJRES before January are published in the winter issue. The manuscripts which are accepted for publication in the IJRES before July are published in the summer issue. The IJRES welcomes any research papers on education and science using techniques from and applications in any technical knowledge domain: original theoretical works, literature reviews, research reports, social issues, psychological issues, curricula, learning environments, book reviews, and review articles. The articles should be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to the IJRES: www.ijres.net
ON FIFTH MULTIPLICATIVE ZAGREB INDICES OF TETRATHIAFULVALENE AND POPAM DENDRIMERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V.R.Kulli* A topological index is a numerical parameter mathematically derived from the graph structure. In this paper, we compute the general fifth multiplicative M-Zagreb indices, fifth multiplicative product connectivity index, fifth multiplicative sum connectivity index, fourth multiplicative atom bond connectivity index and fifth multiplicative geometric-arithmetic index of different chemically interesting dendrimers like tetrathiafulvalene and POPAM dendrimers.
Methods of Determination Viscosity Index for Sunflower oils published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ioana Stanciu In this article we presented viscosity index for sunflower oil using three method. Viscosity index are calculated from the measured viscosity at 40 and 100oC according to ASTM D 2270, using program VI and graphical method from ASTM D 341. The viscosity-temperature coefficients for sunflower oil were calculated from the measured viscosity at 40 and 100oC.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF MEMS CAPACITIVE SHUNT TYPE SWITCH FOR RF APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ritu Sharma * , Dharti Raj Shah RF - MEMS is a promising technology that has the potential to revolutionize RF and microwave system im plementation for next generation telecommunication applications [1]. In this paper, a MEMS capacitive shunt type switch is design and analyzed for RF applications. This new switch design focuses on the failure mechanisms restriction, the simplicity in fabr ication, the power handling and consumption, as well as controllability with electromagnetic characteristics. The MEMS switch is designed in both ON and OFF states. The proposed MEMS switch has dimension of 508 μm × 620 μm with a height of 500 μm and imple mented on GaAs as a substrate material with relative permittivity of 12.9. The electrostatic and electromagnetic analyses of the designed RF - MEMS Switch have been performed using Ansoft High frequency structure simulator (HFSS) electromagnetic simulator to ol.
Analysis of Opercular Movement in Honey Gourami Colisa Chuna And Blue Gourami Trichopterus Sumatranus Upon Exposure to Paracetamol published in

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Ms. Anjali Mali, Dr. Devdatta Lad Fishes are very sensitive to changes in surrounding environmental conditions and they come under stress. Opercular beat rate has been used to provide a measure of response to stress in fishes. Various studies have revealed that either the opercular beat rate increases or decreases upon exposure of fishes to toxic compounds. In the present research study the analysis of opercular movement in Honey Gourami Colisa chuna and Blue Gourami Trichopterus sumatranus upon exposure to Paracetamol is being done. Upon periodic exposure to 50 mg of Paracetamol every 30 mins have shown slight decrement in the opercular movement initially but after few hours the opercular movement of both the species have increased and came to nearby normalcy. From the above results it can be concluded that paracetamol does not have much deleterious effects on the opercular movement of Honey Gourami Colisa chuna and Blue Gourami Trichopterus sumatranus. This may be due to sturdiness and high level of adaptability to changing conditions as seen in Gouramis. Also the Gouramis are labyrinth fish as they have a special organ, known as the labyrinth, which allows the fish to breathe air from the surface of the water. The labyrinth organ must be assisting the Gouramis to tackle the physico chemical changes in the water.
Potential Impact of Dialysate Magnesium on Intradialytic Hypotension published in

Archives of Renal Diseases and Management

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Michael S Balzer, Janina Müller-Deile, Daniela I Schulze, Georg Eisenbach, Bernhard MW Schmidt, Hermann Haller and Roland Schmitt* Numerous beneficial effects on cardiovascular health have been described for magnesium (Mg). Intradialytic hypotension (IDH) is a common complication in hemodialysis patients which contributes to cardiovascular mortality. It has been suggested that higher dialysate Mg (DMg) might reduce the risk of IDH. In this 24-month retrospective observational analysis we studied the incidence of IDH in 45 stable hemodialysis patients who underwent conversion from 0.5 mmol/L DMg to 1.0 mmol/L. Mean serum Mg was 1.12 ± 0.03 mmol/L pre-conversion and changed to 1.35 ± 0.04 mmol/L post-conversion. In parallel, incidence of IDH showed a significant decrease from 1.59 ± 0.34 to 1.08 ±0.27 % comparing 12 months before and 12 months after DMg conversion. The incidence of muscle cramps and serum calcium showed a trend for reduction while other parameters were unchanged. In conclusion, switching patients from 0.5 mmol/L DMg to 1.0 mmol/L was associated with a significant improvement of IDH incidence without significant changes in other parameters that were analyzed in this study. Further studies are warranted to test the association between DMg and IDH in a prospective randomized fashion.
Privacy in Social Network Data by Anonymization and Protection of Sensitive Labels published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Arathy G, S.Kavitha Murugesan Privacy is one important factor to achieve privacy for social science research and business analysis. The problem occurs for publishing and sharing social network data, where privacy is a major concern. Many models has been developed to prevent node reidentification through structure information ,but still an attacker may be able to infer ones private information if a group of nodes largely share the same sensitive labels. The problem with existing approach is that there are chances which alter the graph properties-degree L-diversity model is defined here. The k-anonymity privacy requirement for publishing microdata requires that each equivalence class (i.e., a set of records that are indistinguishable from each other with respect to certain identifying attributes) contains at least k records. Recently, several authors have recognized that k-anonymity cannot prevent attribute disclosure. The notion of diversity has been Proposed to address this diversity requires that each equivalence class has at least well-represented values for each sensitive attribute. This method considers protection of structural information and sensitive labels of individuals. The methodology is based on adding noise nodes. Here a new algorithm is defined, in which noise nodes are added to the original graph and this is done with least distortion to graph properties. In order to evaluate the effectiveness of proposed technique extensive experiments are done.
Data Mining and Agribusiness published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rahul G. Thakkar, Prof. Bhavesh D. Patel, Dr. Bankim L. Radadiya Data mining in agriculture is a very recent research topic. It consists in the application of data mining techniques to agriculture. Recent technologies are nowadays able to provide a lot of information on agricultural-related activities, which can then be analyzed in order to find important information. A related, but not equivalent term is precision agriculture. The wide availability of huge amounts of agriculture data has generated an urgent need for the research of data mining. Generating rules with higher accuracy for Agriculture databases can be done using different techniques of data mining. As the analysis of agriculture dataset is usually a complex work.
Sexual Activities and Initiation of Body Pain in Men published in

AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES

Published by AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNALS
GhulamNabi,Muhammad Amin,Yousaf Khan,Sana Ullah,Jehan Zeb Satisfied and normal sexual activity is a good indicator of quality of life. In the present study a link between the sexual activities and the initiation of mild back pain were studied. In married men after adopting various sexual intercourse positions, mild low back pain (6), knee joint pain (2) and neck pain (1) were reported. Similarly in masturbating group mild low back pain (4), temporary physical weakness (3) and general body aches (1) were reported. But, surprisingly in sex movies addicted group which were not engage in actual sexual intercourse, mild low back pain (4) and limbs pain (2) were reported the mechanism of which is still not understood.
SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF MORPHOLINE AND SALICYLAMIDE NUCLEUS BASED DERIVATIVES. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Loganathan Velupillai1, Prashant P Dixit2, M.S. Shingare1 & D.V. Mane*1 Morpholine backbone is essential in different pharmacologically active synthetic compounds. Present work is synthesis of novel morpholine and salicylamide nucleus based compounds such as 3-amino-2, 2- dimethylpropyl 2-(2-(2-morpholinoethylcarbomyl)phenoxy)acetate and their derivatives (6 L 6 R). The compounds were synthesized in multistep reaction with more efficient process. Starting materials are commercially available and is also available from Sigma-Aldrich. The chemical structures of the synthesized compounds were confirmed by means of 1HNMR and mass spectral data. High yield and high purity indicates lack of side reaction and by product. The synthesized compounds were then examined for their antibacterial and antifungal activities. Some of them were found to possess good antibacterial and antifungal activity.
A STUDY ON INVESTMENT PREFERENCES OF BANK EMPLOYEES published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
K V Ramanathan & Dr. K S Meenakshi Sundaram Investment is an activity engaged by people who have savings. Generally salaried people invest their savings for their future requirement. A variety of investment avenues such as stock market, commodity market, post office savings, gold and Jewellery, real estate, life insurance products, Bank deposits and Government infrastructure bonds are available in the market, in which the investors allocate their savings.
Antiemetic Efficacyof Propofol- A Clinical Study published in

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Dr Anand Parmeshwar Satkar, Dr Nikhil Sharma, Dr Swapnil Deshmukh, Dr. Ananta Hazarika Post operative nausea and vomiting(PONV) is a major concern in anaesthesia practice. Varieties of drugs have been used but are less popular due to their side effects. There are reports of propofol being used as an alternative to 5HT3 antagonists for PONV, as it possesses antiemetic property. Thus we undertook this study to find out the antiemetic efficacy of propofol in post operative period. A randomized controlled trial was carried out in 60 patients posted for elective surgical procedure under general anaesthesia. The patients belong to age group of 18-50 years of ASA grade 1 and 2. They were grouped in two, Group 1- 20 patients; received normal saline and used as control Group 2- 20 patients; received 0.5mg/kg of propofol. The incidence of retching and vomiting was 14.52% with propofol as compared to normal saline which was 36.24%.
A Drinking and Irrigational use Assessment of Groundwater in Part of Thirumanimuthar Sub Basin (Cauvery), Tamil Nadu, India. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N. VIJAYAKUMAR The objective of this paper is to document and evaluate the groundwater quality of part of Thirumanimuthar sub basin (Cauvery) during May 2013. The analysis was conducted for the upper part of the watershed. During pre-monsoon season of 2013, thirty two representative groundwater samples were collected from dug and bore wells. These samples were analyzed to monitor the water chemistry of various ions, comprising Ca, Mg, Na, K, CO3 , HCO3 , SO4 and Cl. The hydro geochemical values were compared with WHO 2004 standards. The other geochemical parameters like TDS, EC, SAR, Kelleys ratio SSP and Mg hazards were also determined. The above given parameters were calculated and used to find out the suitability of groundwater for drinking and Agricultural purposes. The USSL and Piper Trilinear Diagram interpretation were made to know the irrigational quality and facies of groundwater. It reveals that, the subsurface water is medium to high salinity in nature and falls in the Ca-Mg-CO3 type.
Organizational Climate and Teachers Morale in the Higher Secondary Schools of Namakkal District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. VINCENT THANINAYAGAM To study aims to find out the organizational climate and teachers morale in the higher secondary schools of Namakkal district. A samples of 220 higher secondary school teachers selected randomly were studied. A questionnaire method of survey was used to find out the teacher Organizational Climate and Teachers Morale. People through out the world have shown considerable interest in studying organizational climate prevailing in Education Institutions. They have also identified different types of climates and studied the differential effects of these climates on different variables concerning the teachers, the learners or the teachinglearning situations. There is no doubt that a conducive atmosphere will place the institutions on the top of its reputation. Again this will help for building up the teacher morale. When the morale is high it helps for shaping the personality of the pupils which is the ultimate goal of education. It is therefore very important and interesting to study the relationship between school climate and morale of the teachers. The data were collected by using questionnaire as an instrument. Primary data were collected by conducting direct structured interview using questionnaire. All the respondents were asked the same questions in the same fashion and they were informed the purpose of study. Descriptive Statistics, ANOVA and t-test analysis was applied to test the hypotheses. The findings and observations are the result and outcome of the interpretations made during the study of analysis. This will create motivation to the teachers also encourage the management to achiever more in their good organizational climate
IoT Based Industrial Information Gathering published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
K. Bhuvaneswari This project aims to gather information from an industry by means of the internet of things (IOT). Internet of Things (IOT) is rapidly increasing technology. IOT is the network of physical objects or things embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. In this project, We are developing a system which will automatically monitor the industrial application such as, Motor's speed, energy consuming of the industry, single phasing effect and no of loads connected, etc., This information's are uploaded on the internet user can view the information on the internet from anywhere and at any time. The data are stored in the internet cloud user can view it at any time. If the user found any single phasing in supply or some other issues user can get information from anywhere by means of internet. In this modern industries this technology K. Bhuvaneswari"IoT Based Industrial Information Gathering" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15935.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/15935/iot-based-industrial-information-gathering/k-bhuvaneswari
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Zbirnik naukovih prac fiziko-matematicnogo fakultetu DDPU

Published by Donbas State Pedagogical University, Department of Physics and Mathematics
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KIMMELSTIEL-WILSON SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT. published in

Published by
Dr. Reeta Dhar, Dr. Ujwala Maheshwari, Dr. Shilpi Sahu, Dr. Abhinav Walia We present a rare case of Kimmelstiel Wilson syndrome initially presenting with swelling in the lower extremities since 6 months. Based on the findings of edema, high grade proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, and lipiduria, nephrotic syndrome is suspected. A 24-hour urine collection confirms nephrotic proteinuria (5.25 g of protein). A renal biopsy was performed. Histopathological examination of the biopsy tissue showed mesangial nodules (ie, Kimmelstiel-Wilson nodules), diffuse thickening of capillary loops, and glomerulosclerosis.
SORTING OF FRUITS BASED ON RIPENESS LEVEL,SWEETNESS AND ROTTENING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sonali Gaikwad, Sarika Chavan, Shraddha Angre In this method, an image of fruits is firstly taken by web camera.then it will pass to pc through USB to serial converter cable.after image is recived it will save in matlab for processing .using image [processing the ripeness and rottening detection takes place.for sweetness we are using soil moisture sen sor which is a non distructive method for sweetness detection.according to voltage sweetness value will be display on LCD display.according to the detection value the sorting will be takes place using conveyor belt which work by PIC controller.for sorting purpose we are using conveyor belt drive by DC motor.
Opportunities and Challenges - Digital India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sunayana Jotiram Jadhav Digital India is the beginning of digital rebellion. It is a vision which is created by the Government of India to make sure that government services are made available to citizens electronically, even in remote areas, by improving online infrastructure and by increasing Internet connectivity. The programme has one mission and one intention that are to take nation forward digitally and economically. The proposal will enable people to get engaged in the innovation process which is needed by the economy to move forward. But to implement this is a great challenge. There are many roadblocks in the way of its successful implementation like digital illiteracy, poor infrastructure, low internet speed, lack of harmonization among various departments, issue pertaining to taxation etc . These challenges need to be addressed in order to realize the full potential of this programme. It requires a lot of pains and dedication from all departments of government as well as private sector. If implemented properly, it will open various new opportunities for the citizens of the country. Sunayana Jotiram Jadhav "Opportunities & Challenges - Digital India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18689.pdf
Baysian and NonBaysian Methods to Estimate the two parameters of Logistic Distribution published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
IdenH. Alkanani* Sara S. Taher** In this paper ,the problem of point estimation for the two parameters of logistic distribution has been investigated using simulation technique. The rank sampling set estimator method which is one of the Non_Baysian procedure and Lindley approximation estimator method which is one of the Baysian method were used to estimate the parameters of logistic distribution. Comparing between these two mentioned methods by employing mean square error measure and mean absolute percentage error measure .At last simulation technique used to generate many number of samples sizes to compare between these methods.
THE EFFECT OF FLOOD CAUSED BY CLIMATE CHANGE TO POROUS ASPHALT PAVEMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Firdaus Chairuddin*, Wihardi Tjaronge Th e t e s t I n d i r e c t T e n s i l e S t re ng t h f o r a sp h a l t q u a li t y 3 % , 4% , 5 % a r e 0 . 0673 , 0 . 3 25 , 0 . 2 3 7 0 s ub s e q u e ntl y . C a n t a b ro t e st , lo s s w e i g h t f o r a sp h a l t q u a li t y 3 % , 4 % , 5 % a r e 77 . 10 , 1 4 . 56 , 9 . 7 0 s u bs e q u e n tl y . C o e f f i c i e n t v e r t i c a l t e s t p e rm e a bi li t y 0 . 1 7 9 5 f o r a sp h a l t 3 % , 0 . 2 0 2 9 f o r a s p h a l t 4 % , a n d 0 . 1 5 9 6 f o r a sp h a l t 5 % , Un c on f in e d C o m p r e ss i v e S t re n g t h , M o d u lu s e l a sti c i t y 146 . 5 4 3 a n d ra t i o p oi ss o n 0 . 095 8 3 1 f o r a sp h a l t 3 % , M o d u lu s e l a sti c i t y 91 . 45 0 a n d Ra t i o po i ss o n 0 . 206 0 0 9 f o r a sp h a l t 4 % , a n d , M o d u l u s e l a sti c i t y 32 . 1 1 9 a n d r a d i o po i ss o n 0 . 778 0 5 9 f o r a sp h a l t 5 % , S c a n n i n g E l e c t r o n M i c r o s c o p e ( S E M) Ox y g e n 58 . 4 6 % , S i li c o n 2 . 60 % , A lu m i n iu m 2 . 91 % , S o d i u m 5 . 75 % , C a l c iu m 19 . 11 % , S u l f u r 7 . 8 3 % , Ma g n e s i u m 3 . 52 % , S i O 2 6 . 73 % , Al 2O 3 6 . 40 % , N a 2 O 7 . 45 % , CaO 46 . 25 % , S O 3 27 . 05% , M g O 6 . 12 % , Th e r e s ul t s o f E v e rS t r e ss FE a n a l y s i s f o r m ul ti l a y er s oil - r i g i d a r e v e r ti c al d e f l e c ti o n 0 . 5 m m , v e r ti c a l m i c r o st ra i n (εz) + 0 s/ d 20 0 o n d e e pn e s s 1 5 0 m m , a n d f o r m u l t il a y e r s o i l - r ig i d - a sp h a l t r e s ul t s v e r ti c al d e f l e c ti o n ( U z) + 0 . 6 4 m m o n th e s u rf a ce a n d + 0 . 4 mm o n th e d e e pn e s s o f 5 0 mm, a n d v e r ti c al m i c r o st ra i n v e r ti c al (εz) + - 640 0 s / d - 7 2 0 0 o n t h e s u r f ac e , + - 480 0 s / d - 5 6 0 0 o n t h e d e e pn e s s o f 15 0 mm . A s t h e r e s u l t o f l a b o ra t o r y t e s t s oi l - r i g i d a r e v e r ti c a l d e f l e c t i o n e a ch po i n t 1 . 5 3 5 m m, 1 . 53 5 m m , 4 . 50 5 m m , 2 . 4 5 m m , 4 . 1 9 m m , d an 3 . 6 1 mm, a n d m i c r o st ra i n C1 t o C4 0 . 36 , - 3 7 . 68 , 4 4 . 4 4 , 43 . 48 , a n d t h e r e su l t s o f t e s t M ul t il a y er s o i l - r i g i d - a sp h a l t are v e r ti cal d e f l e c t i o n e a c h po in t 1 . 57 6 mm , 0 . 07 5 m m, 3 . 7 m m , 1 . 98 5 mm , 2 . 4 8 mm , 0 . 98 6 m m, a n d th e v a lu e o f a sp h a l t c ou r s e m i c r ost ra i n i s 6 5 5 .
Effectiveness of hypertension educational package on knowledge, attitude and lifestyle practices among adults at risk in selected urban community, Bangalore published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rammuanpuii Paihte | Dr.Dinesh Selvam S Introduction and Objectives: High blood pressure is a common condition in which the force of the blood against your artery walls is high enough that it may eventually cause health problems, such as heart disease. Blood pressure is determined by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries. The more blood your heart pumps and the narrower your arteries, the higher your blood pressure. Most of the time, no cause of high blood pressure is found. This is called essential hypertension. High blood pressure that is caused by another medical condition or medicine you are taking is called secondary hypertension. Normal blood pressure at rest is within the range of 100-140mmHg systolic (top reading) and 60-90mmHg diastolic (bottom reading). High blood pressure is said to be present if it is persistently at or above 140/90 mmHg.The prevalence of hypertension ranges from 20-40% in urban adults and 12-17% among rural adults. The number of people with hypertension is projected to increase from 118 million in 2000 to 214 million in 2025, with nearly equal numbers of men and women. Comprehensive hypertension management should focus not only on reducing the blood pressure, but reducing the cardiovascular risk by lifestyle measures, lipid management, smoking cessation, and regular exercises. The objectives of the study were: To identify the adults at risk for hypertension in selected urban community and to assess the effectiveness of Hypertension Educational package on knowledge, attitude and life style practices among adults at risk.Methods:Pre- experimental “ one group pre-test post-test design was adopted to assess the knowledge, attitude and life style practices among adults at risk. An educational package was developed focusing on the knowledge, attitude and lifestyle practices regarding hypertension.Conclusion:The assessment of knowledge, attitude and life style practices regarding hypertension among adults at risk revealed that the overall mean difference score for knowledge was 9.06. Mean difference score for attitude was 29.28 and for life style practices was 4.56. The Mean Score difference was significant and hence, the hypertension educational package was effective in improving knowledge, attitude and lifestyle among adults at risk.Key wordsKnowledge, Attitude, lifestyle practices, adults at risk. Rammuanpuii Paihte | Dr.Dinesh Selvam S"Effectiveness of hypertension educational package on knowledge, attitude and lifestyle practices among adults at risk in selected urban community, Bangalore" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd153.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/nursing/153/effectiveness-of-hypertension-educational-package-on-knowledge-attitude-and-lifestyle-practices-among-adults-at-risk-in-selected-urban-community-bangalore/rammuanpuii-paihte
The Effect of Homemade Drink on Exercise Endrance Time in Young Adult Females published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Okonkwo, C. O. J | Oguaka V.N. | Mbachu, P When exercising for a very long period of time, sweating will occur and other physiological responses such as dehydration, decrease blood glucose, increase in heart rate, loss of electrolytes, fatigue etc which will lead to a decrease in exercise performance. Hence, there is an important function of rehydrating the body with fluids (sport drinks) containing electrolytes and carbohydrates to improve exercise endurance and performance. In this study examined the effects of effect of home made fruit drink (coconut and pineapple) on exercise endurance time of young adult females, (age: 17-26 years) of their height ranges (1.53-1.74 meters), weight ranges (42-98kg) and their BMI ranges (16.41-35.25 kg/m2) jogged at designated points for 45 minutes. After the 45 minutes exercise, they rested for 10 minutes and were administered the different drinks (control 1(water), control 2 (lucozade sport drink) and test sample (home-made coconut-pineapple fruit drink)). After administering the drinks, their heart rates and blood pressures were taken and measured then they rested for 5 minutes. After a period of rest for 15 minutes in total, they continued the exercise till they were exhausted. The result indicated that the home made coconut-pineapple fruit drink observed to have an effect on the endurance time as well as the lucozade sport isotonic drink, while water was observed not to improve the endurance time. Okonkwo, C. O. J | Oguaka V.N. | Mbachu, P"The Effect of Homemade Drink on Exercise Endrance Time in Young Adult Females" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10757.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/physiology/10757/the-effect-of-homemade-drink-on-exercise-endrance-time-in-young-adult-females/okonkwo-c-o-j
HERBAL NANOPARTICLE FOR ANTICANCER POTENTIAL- A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A.Abirami1*, Dr. S.Mohamed Halith2, K.K. Pillai3, Chithirra anbalagan4 Herbs are staging a comeback and herbal renaissance is happening all over the globe. Now a day the use of herbal medicines has increased because of their ability to treat different diseases with fewer side effects. However, the effective drug delivery of herbal medicines has not still been achieved. Different scientific approaches are being developed these days to deliver herbal medicines. Novel formulations including nanoparticles have been developed for the effective delivery of herbal drugs. Nanoparticulate formulations such as polymeric nanoparticles, liposomes, proliposomes, solid lipid nanoparticles and microemulsions present potential to deliver herbal medicines effectively. This article summarizes various nanoparticulate technologies that have been studied for the delivery of herbal medicines and which are gaining more attention for improved therapeutic response and bioavailability.
Role of Microfinance in Women Empowerment published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
POONAM RANI Assistant Professor Singh Ram Memorial Degree College Sultanpur (Hansi), Hisar ABSTRACT In India, the emergence of liberalization and globalization in early 1990‟s aggravated the problem of women workers in unorganized sectors from bad to worse as most of the women who were engaged in various self-employment activities have lost them livelihood. Despite in substantial contribution of women to both household and national economy, their work is considered just an extension of household domain and remains non-monetized. Empowerment of women has emerged as an important issue in recent times. Women are regarded as better half of the society. In traditional Indian societies, they were confined to four walls. In India, microfinance scene is dominated by Self Help Group (SHGs) as an effective mechanism for providing financial services to the “Unreached Poor”, and also in strengthening their collective self-help capacities leading to their empowerment. Rapid progress in SHG formation has now turned into an empowerment movement among women across the country. Micro finance is necessary to overcome exploitation, create confidence for the economic self-reliance of the rural poor, particularly among rural women. Although no „magic bullet‟, they are potentially a very significant contribution to gender equality and women's empowerment. Through their contribution to women‟s ability to earn an income, these programmes have the potential to initiate a series of „virtuous spirals‟ of economic empowerment, and broader social and political empowerment. Self-help groups (SHGs) are promising and have become a focus of intense examination as it is proving to be an effective method of poverty reduction and economic empowerment. The studies found that the role of Microfinance and SHGs in the empowerment of women in India. Microfinance has a profound influence on the economic status, decision-making power, knowledge, and self-worthiness of women participants of the self-help group. Micro-finance has been proved to be an important tool in the development process empowering the rural poor women educationally, socio-economically and politically. Impact of micro-finance is appreciable in bringing confidence, courage, skill development and empowerment among rural poor women.
GROWTH, STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL STUDIES OF THIOUREA PHTHALIC ACID (TPA) SINGLE CRYSTALS BY X-RAY POWDER DIFFRACTION AND VICKER’S MICROHARDNESS TESTING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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M. Suresh Kumar*1, S. Krishnan2 , G.V. Vijayaraghavan3 Good quality Thiourea Phthalic acid (TPA) single crystals were grown by slow evaporation solution growth technique at room temperature. X-Ray powder diffraction and Mechanical characterizations of slow evaporation grown single crystals of Thiourea-Phthalic acid (TPA) are analyzed in this article. Mechanical properties such as Vicker’s microhardness number, work hardening index, standard hardness value, Yield strength, fracture toughness, brittleness index, and elastic Stiffness constant values are determined using Vicker’s microhardness tester.
Phytochemical Profiling and Fluorescence Analysis of Aerial Parts of Vitis vinefera for Modern Health Care Systems published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Anita V. Handore | Sharad. R. Khandelwal In the modern health care system, phytochemical rich plants have widespread applications. Since the ancient times, V.vinefera has been extensively used in various ayurvedic preparations due to presense of different bioactive compounds. However, its phyto-contituents shows variation on basis of variety and different parts of plant .The aim of this research is to study the phytochemical profiling and florescence analysis of aerial parts by use of distinct varieties of Vitis vinefera. Healthy aerial parts (leaf lamina, stem and petiole) of different black and white varieties of Vitis vinefera were randomly collected. Organic and aqueous extracts were prepared by soaking the shade dried powder (10%) of each part into 70% ethanol and sterile distill water separately. Phytochemical profiling and fluorescent analysis was carried out by use of reported methods with few modifications .Experimental evaluation showed high abundance of various bioactive phytochemicals in both organic as well as aqueous extracts. It was revealed that organic extracts of both varieties gave best results for some polyphenolic groups like flavonoids, ellagic acid, tannins as well as other groups like glycosides, alkaloids, diterpenes, coumarins, fats and oils,etc. .Only the test for anthocyanin was found to be negative in white variety. It was found that carbohydrates and reducing sugar, proteins and amino acids, saponins as well as tannins has given comparatively good results in aqueous extract. Findings of the fluorescence analysis demonstrated that powdered plant parts treated with different solvents and reagents has shown specific shades of green, brown, pink, black and yellow colour in visible and ultraviolet light. Whereas, some samples showed white, yellow and green fluorescence under short UV- light (254 nm) and long UV light (365 nm).Therefore, based on the outcome of this study, it can be concluded that almost all the aerial parts of V.vinefera are rich natural source of various bioactive phytochemicals with clinically proved therapeutic potential. Further investigation for isolation, characterization and purification of such phyto constituents from these cost effective natural sources may become basis for their promising application in the modern health care systems Anita V. Handore | Sharad. R. Khandelwal"Phytochemical Profiling and Fluorescence Analysis of Aerial Parts of Vitis vinefera for Modern Health Care Systems" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2513.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/pharmacy/pharmaceutics/2513/phytochemical-profiling-and-fluorescence-analysis-of-aerial-parts-of-vitis-vinefera-for-modern-health-care-systems/anita-v-handore
An Autopsy Study of 68 Cases of Murder Suicides published in

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Rao D1,2* The present prospective study was carried from 2009 to 2012. During this period a Total of 3907 Homicides were Autopsied, of which 68 cases were recorded due to Murder Suicide Incidents, this contributed to 1.74% of Homicides Cases. A total of 174 victims died as a result of Murder. 89.72%(n-61) of the perpetrators were Male. The Most of the perpetrators belonged to the age group 31-40 years, contributing to 66.18% of the cases , and the least age group involved was between 11-20 and 41-50,contributing to 2.94% of cases. None of the Perpetrators above the age of 50 years were involved. Majority of the Victims were Females contributing to 78.74% (n-137) of cases. The Maximum number of Victims belonged to 31-40 year Age group contributing to 40.08%, the least age group involved was between 11-20 and 41-50,contributing to 7.47% and 12.64% respectively. There were no elderly victims recorded. Majority (30.88%;n-21) of the perpetrators involved were policemen and the least type of individuals involved were Soldiers contributing to 2.94%(n-02) of cases. The Relationship of the Victims revealed Divorced Spouse to be the Major Victims contributing to 29.31%(n-51) of the Victims, followed closely by Girlfriends and Childrens contributing to 16.09%(n-28) each. The least affected were Housewives contributing to 11.49%(n-20) of the Victims. The Extramarital relationship (27.94%;n-19) and Jealousy(25%;n-17) were the Two Major Motives behind the Murder Suicide. The least provoking factors were Work stress(4.41%;n-03) and Disease conditions(2.94%;n-02). 91.18%(n-62) of the Perpetrators committed suicide by Gunshots. The least method adopted to commit suicide was Hanging contributing to 1.47% (n-01). 90.80%(n-158) of the Victims died as a result of Gunshot wounds. The least method adopted to Kill was by Ligature Suspension/ Hanging contributing to 1.72% (n-03) each. The perpetrator preferred in 30.88%( n-21)of Incidents Girlfriends House for Murder, followed closely by acts in Home in 25%( n-17) of cases. The commonest weapon of Choice was Firearm, which contributed to 91.18%(n-62) of the Cases, of which Handguns contributed to 75%(n-51) of cases. The least method adopted was by Ligature Suspension recorded in 1.47%(n-01) of cases. None of the incidents reported Murder and Suicide in different premises. The maximum distance between Suicide and Murder reported was 20 meters. Keywords: Firearm; Death; Motive; Occupation; Psyche; Murder; Suicide; Sharp Force; Hanging.
A Comparative Study of Pulmonary Function Tests Between Ac Users and Non Users published in

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Naveed Ahmed, Yerranna Indira To days modern lifestyle and raised living standards have led to increased use of machines and electronic goods by common man. Air conditioners, popularly known as AC are one of them. | ACs make use of refrigerant materials like ammonia, non halogenated hydrocarbons like methane and work on principle of refrigeration cycle. They decrease the absolute humidity of air and make it dry. There is a cold condenser coil which condenses water vapour and this formed water can be removed by drain. Hence, ACs make the air cool and dry. | Research studies have shown the presence of protective nasopulmonary reflex due to inhalation of cold dry air. This causes bronchoconstriction and increases airway resistance. | To study the effect of using Air-Conditioners (AC) on various pulmonary function tests as measured by spirometry in healthy, adult subjects. | 1. To compare spirometric parameters, FVC, FEV1, FEV1/FVC, FEF25- 75%, FEF25-75%/FVC and PEFR of AC users with age, gender, BMI matched control (non AC users). | | 2. To study and compare spirometric parameters of AC users and non AC users after 1 year. | | 3. To study the effect of duration of exposure to Air-Conditioners on various spirometric parameters. | | 4. To study and compare daily changes in peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) in AC users and Non users.
Deposition & Characterization of Various Types of Coatings Development of Humidity Sensor published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Aditya Vamshi Basa | K.Venu | Godisela Ram Murthy | T.Aruna Kumari The objective of the work was to study and learn about the thin film coatings design and development of various types of coatings. The study of various thin film coatings helped in the development of Humidity sensors. The development of these sensors depended basically on the change in resistance of TiO2. Films with respect to humidity. In the first chapter the description is about the background of thin films i.e. how the thin films were developed, their concepts and design of thin film coatings. Feasibility studies for development of Humidity sensor and their characterization in third chapter. In the last chapter described about meteorology and applications of the thin films . Aditya Vamshi Basa | K.Venu | Godisela Ram Murthy | T.Aruna Kumari"Deposition & Characterization of Various Types of Coatings Development of Humidity Sensor" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5902.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/other/5902/deposition-and-characterization-of-various-types-of-coatings-development-of-humidity-sensor/aditya-vamshi-basa
Tribal women as the victims of the interrelation between the empowerment and domestic violence in Kerala published in

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Dr.Haseena V.A Domestic violence is one of the crimes against women which are linked to their disadvantageous position in the society. Domestic violence refers to violence against women especially in matrimonial homes. Therefore domestic violence is recognized as the significant barriers of the empowerment of women, with consequences of womens health, their health seeking behaviour and their adoption of small family norm. However an attempt has been made to study whether ever married women of reproductive age group in India view wife-beating as justified. Background characteristics such as education, age, marital duration, place of residence, caste, religion, sex of the head of the household, standard of living, work status of women, exposure to mass media and the autonomy of women with respect to .The analysis shows that the women belonging to low socio-economic status are more likely to agree with each of the different reasons justifying wifebeating. Again domestic violence is more among lower autonomy and women belonging to low socio-economic status
Psychology of Old Age : a general review published in

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Dr. Avinash De Sousa Old age is a time of stress and strain. The present chapter looks at psychology of old age from various perspective. The concept of old age and its subdivisions along with general perceptions that prevail about old age are discussed. Various adjustments needed to be made for successful adaptation of old age are discussed along with requisites for happiness in old age. Changes seen in the body and mind of old people are discussed along with factors leading to the same. A section on unemployment in old age and the psychology of retirement is also added with the role that family dynamics may play in old people. Attitudes towards religion and death in old age are highlighted as well.
A Study of Attitude of M.ed Students Towards Research published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Gursewak Singh, Dr. Nand Kishor Choudhary -
A Lightweight Access for Hybrid Mobile Web Cloud Content Architecture published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Shawkat K. Guirguis, Adel A. El-Zoghabi, Mohamed A. Hassan? The web was first design to just provide information that could be hosted over traditional client server model, the fast growth of web content and large numbers of web content today, trend to utilize the cloud computing and hyper mobile web, which provide instant computing power, scalability, availability, saving time and administration effort. Today there is an increasing demand for accessing the Internet from mobile devices, which becoming very popular, mobile web access now is an integral part of our lives, as the majority of current web content ignore the mobility, which considered as a great challenge for web content creators. The main requirement when talking about the context of web future, is to enhance both features of cloud computing and mobile web content, by achieving the hybrid mobile web cloud content this allow us faster access technique, and enjoy with most benefits for mobile mashup for cloud computing. The main contribution of this paper is to combine the mobile web with cloud computing, to introduce an innovative computing model, called mobile cloud computing. By implementation the proposed architecture style experimental results show that the access response and excitation time is decreased, we gain a minimized transfer data size, and strongly utilizing the three screen vision view.
An Evolution of the Carry Angle of an Elbow Joint: A Radiographic Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Ms.WinnieciaDkhar, MrSushilYadav, Mr Suresh S, Ms Susanna Pradhan The aim of this paper is to evaluate the elbow carrying angle of the elbow joint by radiographic examination in normalchildren and adult inorder to determine the range of normality according to age and skeletal maturity proposing a simple and reliable method for measuring it.Carry angle is considered as the secondary sexual character. The distal end of the humerus and the proximal end of ulna plays a major role in the formation of Carrying angle and has been examined for sex difference. The measurements of the humerus (Trochlear angle and Inclination angle of Olecranon fossa) and also the three measurements of the ulna (Olecranoncoronoid angle, length and width of inferior medial trochlear notch) were devised for the study. The humeral angles failed to prove any sexual difference, but the angle and dimensions of ulna exhibited significant result[1]. The present study also devised the correlation of carrying angle with the length of the forearm and the height of the person.The carry angle of the elbow should also be considered in the construction of elbow prosthesis and identification of skeletal remains. This paper aims at using the advanced measurement software in Digital Radiography (DR) and Computed Tomography (CT), the carrying angle being measured on radiographs, the use of the advancedpostprocessing software in DR and CT. This paper also aims to provide information that Medical Imaging and Radiography plays significant roles not only in diagnoses of pathologies but also in Forensic Radiography, where radiographs are taken for age, sex determination ( for example,medical legal cases, age retirement, adolescence age for marriage etc.).
Transforming Rural India Through Financial Dissemination published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Mala Sharma Financial inclusion is about broadening and deepening of financial services to the deprived and enhancing financial literacy and education among them so that they can make appropriate choices to mobilize their funds in the main stream financial market. Levine (2004) identified that countries with better functioning banks and financial markets grow faster A world Bank working paper published in 2012 indicated that 65% of adults in India had no access to bank account. For a country with 127 crores of population this figure is scary. This clearly reveals the lop-sided development of financial sector in India. The big story of the last decade to be proud of is that India has come out from low growth trap and moving successfully through financial market becoming global, introduction of financial reforms, attracting FIIs, but at the same time more than half of the population with no concept of bank leads to growth with exclusion, inequality and deprivation. Hence this paper tries to study the growth of financial services developed in rural India in last decades well as the qualitative approach they have adopted to attract rural masses for the use of these services, that is the adaptability of financial services in rural India. Objectives: To study the growth of Institutional finance in Rural India through primary agriculture credit society (PACS). To analyze the role of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) and study the reasons for weakness of RRBs as pointed out by Khusro committee. To evaluate the role of commercial banks in enhancing rural banking. To evaluate the role RBI in rural credit and policy initiative in introducing various scheme. In all the above criteria focused will be on the qualitative approach adopted by banks and Government to reach to customers. Methodology: To above all objectives will be evaluated through qualitative approach in order to analyze financial inclusion in rural areas. The change in each will be analyzed through trend x0/x1100 for the years (2001- 2011). The trend for the financial literacy and its impact on increasing banking habits of rural in habitat will be analyzed from the year 2007 as the scheme of the financial literacy was introduced in 2007 by RBI.
Analysis of Various Database Using Clustering Techniques published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Khushbu Patel Data mining basically refers to information elicitation from data warehouses. One of the data mining techniques is clustering. Data clustering is a process of putting similar data into groups. Cluster analysis results usually strongly depend on the clustering algorithm selected. Cluster analysis can be used to group samples and to develop ideas about the multivariate data set at hand. This paper review three of the most representative off-line clustering techniques: K-means clustering, Hierarchical clustering and Filtered clustering. Performance of clustering techniques in this paper are measured and compared. This comparison is done by using data mining tool (i.e. WEKA).
Sworkings of Select Urban Co-Operative Banks in Tamilnadu With Reference to Profitability Analysis published in

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Dr.J.Paramasivam, R.Venkatasamy Urban Co-operative Banks (UCBs) were established in India in order to extend the banking services to economically backward people also. Now UCBs are rendering banking services almost in all part of the country. As on 31st March, 2014 there are 1589 UCBs are functioning in India, in Tamilnadu there are 129 UCBs are rendering banking services to the people. An efficient financial management of a bank will reflect in its profit earning. Both efficient management of funds and assets of a bank will lead to earn more profit. Not only the above, other aspects such as spread, burden also will have its impact on profit earning of a bank, hence it is essential to study profitability of a bank. The study found growth in net profit for all selected UCBs over the study period
Rediscovery of Dalbergia coromandeliana Prain from Dindigul Hills, Tamil Nadu, India published in

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R. Kottaimuthu, N. Vasudevan Dalbergia coromandeliana Prain, an endemic and endangered species has been recollected from Dindigul hills after a lapse of 50 years. Detailed description, nomenclature, illustration and other relevant notes are provided for the easy identification of the taxa in the field.
A Study on Attitude Toward Computer Aided Design and Drafting (Cadd) of Engineering Students in Kattankulathur published in

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Dr. N. Prema, Abdullahi Rabiu, Muhammad Salisu Idris Being that Computer aided design and drafting (CADD) is the backbone of designers way of communicating their design ideas, it is very crucial to examine the Attitude level of engineering students toward the usage of CADD application software. An instrument was developed and used in carrying out this work on engineering students of SRM University Chennai India, to find out the level of their attitude toward it. The students attitudes where found high in nature, also no significant difference with students mode of stay, and branches was observed. But significant difference and association were observed in students interest and having personal computer. And also most of the students have difficulty in following online video tutorials, the research shows that there is need for video tutorials makers to make it in an episodic way so that the students would be able to comprehend what they watched and be able to practice it. Lastly it was concluded that more practical time was needed to the students to improve their competency in using the CADD application software.
DYNAMIC MODEL OF OPTIMAL PLACEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Olga Vladimirovna Kulinich; Guzel Rafkatovna Galiaskarova The main goal is to design a dynamic model of optimal allocation of bakery businesses in several areas of the city. This model provides an efficient distribution construction of new plants in several areas of the city or cities by reducing the cost of their construction.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS, INTERFERON-BETA AND TRANSFER FACTOR IN THE RECOVERY OF CHRONIC ULCERS IN TREATED RATS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rogelio Paniagua-Prez1*, Susana Reyes Cadena1 , Jess Martnez Castro3 , Celia Reyes-Legorreta1 , Efrn Alatorre Miguel1 , Gabriela Flores Mondragn1 , Karina Peuelas Romero1 , Norma Hernndez Campos1 , Mnica Jimnez2 , Juana Zavala Ramrez1 Objectives: To construct a device capable of emitting electromagnetic fields (EMF) of ultralow frequency, based on Helmholtz coils and determine whether the frequency of total lymphocytes CD4+, CD8+ is modified in Wistar rats with chronic ulcer. Metodology: 1) A tri-axial prototype was designed to generate EMF to a frequency of 120 Hz. 2) Biological tests, 7 groups of Wistar rats, with previous ulcer formation; a control group with application of sterile water for injection (ip). Experimental groups: 1) Application of EMF (120 Hz) every 24 hours for 12 days; 2) Interferon-? and 3) transfer factor, with doses (ip) every 24 hours for 12 days. Peripheral blood samples were taken to measure frequency total of lymphocytes, and biopsies of ulcers. Results: The frequency of total lymphocytes increased significantly (P <0.05) as well as frequency of CD4 + and CD8 +; EMF, INF-? and TF a trend to normal ranges significantly (P <0.05), compared with the negative control group was observed. Ulcers of the negative control rats began scar tissue within 96 hours, whereas with FT and EMF start time of scar tissue was 72 hours and with the INF-?-?, cicatrization started in 120 hours.
Comparative Study of Intrathecal Bupivcaine And Bupivacaine With Midzolam in Lower Limb Surgery in Adults published in

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Dr Shweta S. Mehta , Dr Komal H. Shah, Dr Hiren L. Patel AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:T o ascertain onset and duration of sensory blockade. To observe intraoperative and postoperative hemodynamic stability. To measure duration of postoperative analgesia and subjective evaluation of analgesia. Watch for any perioperative complications. MATERIALS AND METHOD: A prospective randomized double blind study was carried out on patients belonging to ASA grade I/II aged 16-60 years posted for lower abdominal and lower linb surgeries. .Group A: received 3ml (15 mg) 0.5 %hyperbaric bupivacaine + 0.2 ml of 0.9% saline intrathecally. Group B: received 3 ml (15mg) 0.5% hyperbaric bupivacaine + 0.2 ml of preservative free midazolam. RESULTS AND SUMMARY: Midazolam when used as an intrathecal adjuvant has desirable properties of stable hemodynamics, sedation, less respiratory depression, along with potentiating and prolonging the duration of analgesia in contrast to opioids which are prone to cause various of side effects e.g. nausea, vomiting, itching and respiratory depression. CONCLUSION: We conclude that midazolam added to local anesthetics provides adequate anaesthesia and prolonged analgesia with stable hemodynamic parameters.
Penerapan Metode Forward Chaining untuk Diagnosa Penyakit Diare pada Anak Usia 3-5 Tahun Berbasis Mobile Android published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Joko Trianto Penyakit diare merupakan salah satu masalah kesehatan masyarakat yang utama di Indonesia, khususnya yang terjadi pada anak dibawah lima tahun. Hal ini disebabkan karena, masih kurangnya pengetahuan pada sebagian orang tua balita mengenai penanganan seperti apa yang harus dilakukan pada penyakit yang timbul, serta kurangnya kesadaran orang tua balita untuk berperilaku hidup bersih dan sehat. Selain itu, sulitnya para orang tua balita dalam mencari solusi penanganan penyakit yang tepat pada situasi yang kurang mendukung. Melihat kondisi seperti itu, maka dibuatlah sebuah sistem untuk diagnosa penyakit diare yang digunakan untuk menunjang pelayanan kesehatan terhadap anak khususnya balita. Dalam penelitian ini,metode yang digunakan dalam pembuatan sistem ini yaitu dengan menggunakan metode Forward Chaining (Pelacakan Runut Maju), dengan teknik penelusuran Best First Search. Hasil dari penelitian ini diharapkan dapat berfungsi dengan optimal untuk kasus penyakit diare yang terjadi pada seorang balita, dimana tidak memerlukan interaksi antara dokter dan pasiennya secara langsung.
Co-integration between Resource Allocation to Education and Development published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Premakumara G.S., Jagadeesha D.S. In the present paper we have tried to estimate the long run relationship between resource allocation for primary education and gross state domestic product. We have used secondary time series data from 1990-91 to 2011-12. Plan, non plan and total allocation for primary education, and gross state domestic product have been considered for analysis. It has been found from the study that plan, non-plan and total allocation to primary education do not have long run relationship with gross state domestic product of Karnataka, which is against to the existing theories of returns to investment in education. Therefore, resource allocation made by government of Karnataka (GOK) is not according to the needs of primary education and more-over, resource allocation in primary education by GOK has not been leading to economic development of the state. Hence, there is a need to re-orientation of resource allocation to primary education.
Potential antimicrobial activity of the antagonistic Bacillus strains to Saccharomyces cerevisiae published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

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Salah H. Salem, Hussein H. El-Sheikh, Mohamed M. Naguib, Yehia A. Heikal Members of the genus Bacillus are known to have several metabolites with biologically active property. Six Bacillus species; B. Subtilis NS4182-01, B. subtilis NS4182-06, B. amyloliquefaciens NS4182-03, B. amyloliquefaciens NS4182-07, B. subtilis NS4182-04and G. stearothermophilus NS4182-05; were tested for their activity against Saccharomyces cerevisiae, pathogenic bacteria and fungi. The cell free supernatant, its chloroform extract as well as methanol extracts of its HCl precipitates showed inhibition activity towards S. cerevisiaeas well as antibacterial activity against the tested Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria with different inhibition zones diameters. The antagonism of whole Bacillus strains towards fungal species showed that the reduction percent of mycelial growth ranged from nil to as much as 51.4%, also chloroform and HCl extracts showed antifungal activity against tested fungi. The FT-IR analysis showed NH stretching vibration in protein, CH stretching vibration in aliphatic chain, C=O and NH bending vibration in amide I and amide II and the presence of lactone carbonyl group that typical for surfactin and fengycins families of lipopeptides. The fatty acids moiety of Bacillus extracts found to contain C14-C18 chain. It is to be concluded that finding lipopeptides producing Bacillus strains is of great importance from the industrial, pharmaceutical and biological control point of view.
CODIFICATION OF ADULTS AND ADULTERY IN REVOLUTION 2020 OF CHETAN BHAGAT published in

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D. B. Wankhade Revolution 2020: Love, Corruption and ambition, is a story about three friends set in the backdrop of holy city of Varanasi. Gopal, Protagonist and Raghav are two good friends in school and Aarti is the girl with whom both the boys fall in love. As they grow, they observe corruption prevail everywhere. Gopal gives in to the system and Raghav fights it. Aarti is their only common world who is confused to choose the real one for her. Gopal helps her choose in a filmy style. Gopal and Aarti initially developed friendships. Gopal wants to mould it into relationship but Aarti objects upon. While Gopal parted to Kota for pursuit his goal, Aarti get closer to his friend Madhav. They cultivated relationship beyond mere friends. They are on the verge of betrothal. Gopal unabated his love for Aarti. The girl loves yet to Gopal, too. But externally had accepted to be a life partner of Madhav. Gopal developed craze for the girl forever. The complicated yearning to each-other even legally fixed with someone is emotional adultery. The codification of soul to connect with adultery in adults is fragmented in the novel R2020 of Chetan Bhagat, the paper king of Indian English Novel.
A Study on Problems And Prospects of Tourism in Virudhunagar District published in

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Dr. S. Maheshwari India is a country with rich cultural and traditional diversity. This aspect is reflected in tourism. Tourism Industry offers an opportunity for earning foreign exchange at a low social cost. Its immense growth potential stimulates the growth rate of overall economy. Many developing countries could augment the backward regions by developing tourism .India is one of the best countries of the world for most productive, creative, enlightening and exclusive tourism. People used to visit South India to participate in different fairs and festivals. Millions of tourists, both domestic and foreign, visit these places every year. The present study has been undertaken from the point of view of tourists. The study concentrates on the various tourism places and attitude of tourists regarding problems of tourism in Virudhunagar district. This study focuses on the opinion of tourists for promoting tourism in virudhunagar district .The respondents are selected on the basis of convenient sampling method.
THE IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHICS OF EMPLOYEES ON CYBERLOAFING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

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Selin Cavusoglu, Aynur Palamutcuoglu, B. Turker Palamutcuoglu In this study, it aims to identify impact of demographic factors on cyberloafing of academic and administrative staff working in universities. The research sample formed by Celal Bayar University academic and administrative staff working in the total of 383. The data were collected by questionnaire and were analyzed by SPSS 21 software. Cyberloafing behaviors were measured using the scale developed by Blanchard and Henle (2008). In the analysis of the relation between demographic factors and cyberloafing behaviors significant relationships were observed in the levels of 0.05 and 0.01. According to demographic factors between the average level of cyberloafing behavior, significant differences 0.05 and 0.01 were observed. In addition, regression analysis of categorical, demographic factors that affect cyberloafing behavior has been seen in a positive or negative direction.
ANALYSIS OF METHOD TO DETERMINE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT OF SHEET MATERIALS USING APERTURE COUPLED MSA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harshvardhan Choudhary*, Dhirendra Mathur Apart from application in communication systems, microstrip patch antennas are also used as resonators in estimation of dielectric properties of substrate materials required for design of microwave circuits. In addition to patch antennas, the striplines, ring and cavity resonators are widely popular for evaluation of dielectric constant of microwave substrate materials in laminate or sheet form. Four aperture coupled microstrip antennas have been designed using CST Microwave studio, which resonate at 3, 5, 7 and 10 GHz frequency respectively. Firstly the resonance frequency of each antenna is first measured with the reference dielectric material and then again measured with material under test (MUT) which is a part of dielectric medium. Effective dielectric constant is estimated by computing ratio of the two frequencies. From which dielectric constant of the MUT is extracted using capacitance model of the multilayer dielectric structure. The antenna design for 5 GHz has been fabricated using dielectric substrate of r  = 2.94 and 0.4 mm thickness. Jig fixture assembly has also been fabricated for mounting of antenna structure and measurement set up. The method has been validated by simulation and measurements.
A Study Of The Effect Of Diversity In The Board And The Audit Committee Composition On Earnings Management For Low And High Leveraged Banks In Nigeria published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Muhammad Aminu Isa Musa Adeiza Farouk The study examines the effect of board diversity and audit committee on earnings management of listed Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria, for low and high leveraged Banks. Earnings Management is measured using Chang, Shen and Fang (2008) model. All the 15 banks listed in Nigerian Stock Exchange as at 2015 were used for the analysis. Data were obtained from the financial statements covering the period 2008-2015. Multiple regression technique was employed, while the tool of analysis is Stata 13. The findings revealed that, all the variables have significant effect on earnings management of banks except for women directors and board size under the low leveraged banks, while board ownership was also found to have weak impact on earnings management under the high leveraged banks. Meanwhile, the findings also revealed that the explanatory variables under the low explained earnings management better than high leveraged.
Caries Management: A Journey between Blacks principals and Minimally Invasive Concepts published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Hamdi H. Hamama1, Cynthia K.Yiu2, Michael F. Burrow3 Dental caries is a multifactorial microbial disease that affects tooth hard tissue leading to destruction of its mineral and organic components. The current work reviewed the development of caries assessment methods and excavation concepts in the past two centuries. In the late ninetieth century, G.V. Black introduced a classification of dental caries, as well as established the principals of tooth preparation, based on his understanding of the nature of the disease. However, due to the great development of dental materials and caries detection methods, most of Blacks principals are no longer valid nowadays. In light of the minimal invasive philosophy, several new caries excavation concepts were introduced. These concepts converts old Blacks caries excavation concept of extension for prevention to prevention of extension. Since 2000 the concepts of caries excavation have greatly changed due to the popularity of the partial caries removal concept. As an example of this new conservative vision, the Fdration Dentaire Internationale (FDI) (World Dental Federation) approved the atraumatic restorative technique (ART) as one of the caries excavation methods in 2002.
Corporate Governance under the Provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
CS S Raja Babu Corporate Governance is the set of policies that are created for deciding a companys performance and direction. It is an overview of rules and regulations for the executives of an incorporated firm. They are the ones who agree to take responsibility towards the shareholders. Corporate governance is a broad term in todays business environment. Corporate governance has become a widely-discussed subject and a very important consideration for investors around the world. Investors and governments have started demanding better governance practices from all companies particularly after the wide publicity over corporate scandals such as Enron, Parmalat, Xerox, World Com, Satyam and many others during early parts of this century. The legal outfits of corporate governance can be customized to fit the meticulous choice of each wearer. The paper will discuss the corporate governance under Companies Act, 2013 in theoretical perspective. In addition, it will explain why it is important for any country to follow good corporate governance practices. It discusses on Board composition and Independence, Committees, Disclosures by Directors, Code of Conduct, Role of Independent Directors, Auditors, Duties of Board of Directors, Related Party Transactions, Disclosures in Annual Report, Corporate Social Responsibility etc. The paper gives overall view of the Corporate Governance requirements under Companies act, 2013. CS S Raja Babu"Corporate Governance under the Provisions of the Companies Act, 2013" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5972.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/5972/corporate-governance-under-the-provisions-of--the-companies-act-2013/cs-s-raja-babu
Anomalies Challenging EMH: A Review of Empirical Work published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Saloni Gupta In the recent years evidence which is contrary to the efficient market hypothesis has also surfaced in the finance literature, which is labelled as anomaly. The documented anomalous price behaviour included apparent under reaction, apparent over reaction and puzzling variation of prices with day-of-the-week effect, size effect, dividend yield anomaly, earning yield anomaly etc. While some anomalies, such as those explained in relation to Dividend Yield, Market Capitalization, Price Earnings etc might be rightly said to be pointing at the inappropriateness of CAPM, the observance of Intra-Month, Weekend and Intraday seasonals point out a general weakness of all asset pricing models or imperfections in the trading process itself. Many of these anomalies have also been described as fads or psychological effects or irrational bubbles by various researchers; though many others dont agree to these descriptions. According to them, Market Efficiency has, by and large, survived the challenge from the literature on experimental psychology and long-term return anomalies. They argue that these anomalies can be explained within the broader framework of efficiency, with some finetunings in the models and the data. Some of the key researches in this context are being briefly reviewed below
Influence of Cobalt Rates and Nitrogen Sources on Moringa Yield Quantity and Quality published in

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Nadia Gad, Lyazzat Bekbayeva, Misni Surif Twopot experiments were conducted to evaluate the influence of cobalt rates and nitrogen sources on Moringa yield quantity and quality during 2012 and 2013 seasons. Experiments were carried out in the wire house, National Research Centre. Nitrogen sources namely, ammonium sulphate, ammonium nitrate and urea were used. Cobalt was added once in the form of cobalt sulphate at the rates of 0.0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5, 10.0, 12.5 and 15.0 ppm cobalt. The obtained results are summarized in the following:- All nitrogen sources increased the concentrations of both NO3-N and NO2-N in Moringa leaves. The contents of NO3-N and NO2-N in Moringa leaves were greaterin N fertilized plants as compared to that of the unfertilized one. The highest concentrations of NO3-N, NO2-N in Moringa leaves were recorded with urea compared with ammonium nitrate, while the lowest figures recorded with ammonium sulphate. All cobalt rates significantly reduced the content of No3-N and No2-N Moringa leaves compared with control under different nitrogen sources in two studied seasons. Cobalt has a significant promotive effect on all growth and yield parameters as well as nutritional and chemical contents compared with control. The best yield (fresh weight of herb) and growth parameters were evident with ammonium sulphate and at a record increment of cobalt, i.e. 10 ppm. Cobalt at 10 ppm had a favorable effect onMoringa growth and yield parameters as well as nutritional status, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamin A, vitamin C and chlorophyll content. All cobalt treatments were not significant effect of chlorophyll content in Moringa leaves with different sources of nitrogen in two studied seasons
IDENTIFICATION OF SOME PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL, HEMATOLOGICAL, PATHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF URINE BY MACROSCOPIC ANALYSIS&MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. D. Gopala Krishna*, Afraa Humaid Jaber Al-Mamari and Amal Humaid Ail Al-Hinai The purpose of the present study was to define the normal hematologic values, some biochemical parameters and pathological constituents in urine of Baby boy, fasting and pregnant women to determine the effect of gender on these parameters. The hematologic parameters were determined in whole urine samples (urine protein, glucose, creatinine, urea, nitrite, Na, K, Cl, were determined in urine samples. Normal values of these parameters were determined and statistical comparisons among the samples performed. This project was carried out to evaluate and detect some parameters of Urine. In this project we determined Glucose, Urea, Albumin, pH, Chloride, Potassium, Sodium, Nitrate, and Carbonate contents in urine samples, it has been found in Urine more different elements, the result that found in this project when tested in three different sample, samples (1) baby boy and sample (2) fasting and third one pregnant, the first experiment determination of pH sample (1) 6.16, sample (2) 5.30 sample (3) 5.49. Second experiment appearance of Glucose, the Glucose only present in pregnant sample, third experiment detection of Urea and fourth experiment detection of albumin they are present in all samples, experiment five determination electric conductivity sample (1) 7.07 sample (2) 29.9 sample (3) 9.92. Experiment six determination Chloride sample (1) 1.4 g sample (2) 2.04g sample (3) 1.1. Experiment seven determination of Potassium sample (1) 19 ppm, sample (2) 44 ppm sample (3) 40 ppm, experiment eight determination of Sodium sample (1) 26ppm, sample (2) 55 ppm, sample (3) 32p pm. Experiment nine determination of Nitrate sample (1) 0.4 ppm, sample (2) 2.5 ppm, sample (3) 0.7 ppm. The last experiment determination of appearance carbonate only present in sample (2) and (3).
Solid Waste Management published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Priyanka Pathak | Wani Roshani | Tupe Aboli | Bhadade Rushikesh | Deore Aniket | Jamdade Rohit Management of solid waste is a major challenge now a days because of industrialization, population and urbanization so that the rate of solid waste is increases. Waste generation creates a problem to environment as well as public health. To minimize this problems proper collection, storage and disposal are important. This paper is review of waste management, its element and disposal method of waste. Reduce, reuse, recycle this three principal helps for the waste management. Priyanka Pathak | Wani Roshani | Tupe Aboli | Bhadade Rushikesh | Deore Aniket | Jamdade Rohit"Solid Waste Management" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14433.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/14433/solid-waste-management/priyanka-pathak
Present Status and Challenges of Indian Financial Inclusion Initiatives published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Amitava Basu In recent decades, economic and social inequalities have increased along with high growth rates in India. It is not possible for us to sustain our growth process if we fail to include a huge number of vulnerable groups in our mainstream society. As a result, Inclusive growth has become a national policy objective of our Government and it is possible only through Financial Inclusion. It has been unanimously and globally recognized as one of the key elements for eliminating poverty and narrowing down the glaring urban-rural economic disparity, but it is quite difficult for the formal financial institutions to penetrate into every nook and corner of India to financially include our huge unbanked population. In this back drop, this paper highlights the innovative use of ICT which can deliver cost-effective and efficient services at the door step of the target groups.
HEPATOPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF PIMPINELLA ANISUM AND FOENICULUM VULGARE AGAINST CARBON TETRACHLORIDE INDUCED FIBROSIS IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
El-Sayed, M. G. A*., Elkomy, A*., Sahar Samer** and ElBanna, A. H.*** Medicinal plants have been used traditionally worldwide for the prevention and treatment of liver disease. Pimpinella anisum (Anise) or Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel) are used frequently as spices. The present work aimed to investigate the possible potential protective effect of Anise and Fennel essential oils, against carbon tetrachloride (CCL4) induced fibrosis in rats. Administration of ccl4 (1.5ml/kg /kg.b.wt ) intra-pretoneally (IP) in olive oil (1:7 dilution) for 7 successive weeks resulted in liver damage manifested by significant increase in serum AST.ALT. ALP, decreased total protein and increased triglycerides, total cholesterol, LDL while decreased the HDL level. Rats treated orally with essential oil of Pimpinella anisum (Anise, 125 &250mg/kg) or Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel, 200 &400kg/b.wt.) for 7 successive weeks and intoxicated with CCL4 showed a significant protection againstinduced increase in serum liver enzyme (AST,ALT, ALP), restored total protein level and ameliorate the increased triglycerides, total, cholesterol, LDL and decreased the HDL. A significant corrective effect of either Anise or fennel oils on biochemical parameters were supported by histopathological examination of the rats. In conclusion, these data indicated that essential oils of Pimpinella anisum (Anise) or Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel) possessed a hepatoprotective activity against hepatotoxicity induced by CCL4 induced fibrosis model in rats.
In vitro anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties of Calotropis gigantea (L.) R. Br. in its methanolic stem extracts published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Jim Thomas | M. Suresh Kumar | T. Selvan Kumar Medicinal plants have been an important part in the healthcare management using traditional medicine. They have contributed to the generation of novel drugs and in the treatment of various diseases. Cellular damage caused by reactive oxygen species (ROS) has been implicated in several diseases. Cancer is a major public health burden in both developed and developing countries. Anticancer activity is the effect of natural and synthetic or biological and chemical agents to reverse, suppress or prevent carcinogenic progression. Several synthetic agents are used to cure the disease but they have their toxicity and hence the research is going on to investigate the plant derived chemotherapeutic agents. Natural antioxidants have significant importance in human health. Calotropis gigantea, a medicinal plant has been reported to possess different therapeutic properties. In the present study, in vitro antioxidant status and anti carcinogenic properties of C. gigantea were analysed using most commonly accepted assays that is reducing power assay and DPPH assay. The in vitro cytotoxic activity of C. gigantea extract using the MTT assay against MCF-7 and PC-3 cell lines. Jim Thomas | M. Suresh Kumar | T. Selvan Kumar"In vitro anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties of Calotropis gigantea (L.) R. Br. in its methanolic stem extracts" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd4587.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/4587/in-vitro-anti-oxidant-and-anti-carcinogenic-properties-of--calotropis-gigantea-l-r-br-in-its-methanolic-stem-extracts/jim-thomas
A REVIEW ON HYDROGEL AS DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ravi Jadhav* Hydrogel is a network of polymer chains that are water-insoluble, sometimes found as a colloidal gel in which water is the dispersion medium. Hydrogels are cross linked polymer networks that absorb substantial amounts of aqueous solutions. Due to their high water content, these gels resemble natural living tissue more than any other type of synthetic biomaterial. Several techniques have been reported for the synthesis of hydrogels like co polymerization/cross linking of co-monomers using multifunctional co-monomer, which acts as cross linking agent. Chemical initiator initiates the polymerization reaction. Some applications are used of hydrogels in human body. Some environmental variables, such as low pH and elevated temperatures, are found in the body. For this reason, either pH-sensitive and/or temperature sensitive hydrogels can be used for site-specific controlled drug delivery. Hydrogels that are responsive to specific molecules, such as glucose or antigens, can be used as biosensors as well as drug delivery systems. New synthetic methods have been used to prepare homo- and co-polymeric hydrogels for a wide range of drugs, peptides, and protein delivery applications. The aim of this article is to present a concise review on the applications of hydrogels in the pharmaceutical field, hydrogel properties, and method of preparation of hydrogel, advantages and disadvantages of hydrogel.
Innovative Trends in Agro Tourism: Special Reference to Maharashtra State An Indian Model for Cross Culture published in

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Dr. S. G. Chapke The present research study is an attempt to explore Indian agro-tourism as an innovative tool to strengthen Cross Culture. It mainly covers sub-points - Present Scenario of Indian Agro tourism, Agro-tourism An Innovative Tool of Socio-economic Activities, Objectives of study, Research methodology, Study area, Hypothesis, Sample Size, Collusion of Agro-tourism with cross culture transmission, Innovative trends in Indian agro-tourism for cross cultural activities, Analysis and interpretation of data, Maharashtra state agro-tourism- A model, and Suggestions. The study proves that one of the best features of Indian agro-tourism especially for the foreign tourists is life experience -live and also serving for the cross cultural trend
Computer Aided Design Analysis of Electrical Motor Drives for Traction Application published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jacinth Kumari The main aim of this paper is the analysis of the doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG). For a Wind turbines (WTs) application both during steady-state operation and transient operation. ln order to analyze the DFIG during transient operation both the control and the modeling of the system is of importance. Hence, the control and the modeling are also important parts of the thesis. The main contribution of this paper is dynamic and steady-state analysis of the DFIG. And in this paper an investigation of the influence of the converters size on the energy production for a DFIG system is analyzed. A general rotor current control law is derived for the DFIG system. The grid-fault response of a DFIG wind turbine system is studied. And finally analyze, dynamically and in the steady state, two different voltage sag ride-through systems for the DFIG.
REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF HARIDRA (CURCUMA LONGA L.) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Kharat Ravindra Sahebrao, Lad Meenal Deepak Haridra is widely used medicinal plant by every Hindu individual. The medicinal uses of Haridra are of utmost important. In the Ayurvedic literature also it is one of the most commanaly used herb. A review of research work done regarding ancient and ayurvedic properties of haridra i.e Curcuma longifolia is mentioned here.the studies showed that, haridra is possessing various pharmacological properties,according to Ayurveda, Kushthaghna, Pramehaha, Krimighna, Raktadoshanashak, Shothahar, Apachihar, Kamala ,Medhya ,lekhana, Vranaropan, Panduhar, Pinasahar, Aruchihar, Twakdoshahar, Varnya, Balya, Kandughna and Vishaghna And according to modern are anticancer activity, anti-inflammatory activity, antihepatotoxic activity,anti-oxidant activity,antidepressant activity,inhibition of aggregation of human blood platelets,topoisomerase i and ii enzyme inhibition activity, antifungal activity and mosquitocidal activity,neuroprotective activity,hypoglycemic activity,hypolipidaemic activity,antifungal activity,wound healing activity,anti allergic and anti histamine activity and complexion promoting activity.
THE EVALUATION OF MARKETING STRATEGIES OF PRIVATE LABEL MILK PRODUCTS FROM THE CONSUMERS PERSPECTIVE: THE CASE OF KOCAELI PROVINCE published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

Published by PressAcademia
Yasemin Oraman, Cigdem Yorgancilar In the intensely competitive retail sector, businesses prefer to market either own produced products in their markets or manufactured private label products. The purpose of this study is to understand the marketing strategies of businesses which produce private label products and determine consumer behaviour towards those products. In the scope of this study, a survey has been conducted in Turkey (Kocaeli) among 374 randomly selected households with face to face interviews. The gained data has been evaluated with multidimensional scaling analysis (MDS), PCA and MANOVA analysis using PASW 18.0 Package Program. Results indicate that 56.4% of respondents purchase private label milk, 43.6% of them do not. The main reasons for not purchasing are the perception that it is inferior in quality compared to the manufacturers' brand, routine purchase, and consumers' reluctance to "risk" changing brands, while price is the main reason for purchase. In conclusion, especially three criteria have a positive effect on consumer behaviour towards private label milk products.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
??????????? ?????? ??????????? The article shows the role of integration in multi-level competitiveness of workers in enterprises with a detailed analysis of the HR strategy of the company that becomes apparent and is a special case of a General economic strategy. The formation of personnel is a key element of strategic planning of the enterprise, on which depends the development of the whole enterprise
An Efficient Privacy Preserving Scheme for VANET? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
BUVANESWARI GANESAN, BENNET PRABHA, MOHANA SUNDARI G? Vehicular AdHoc Networks (VANETs) scheme help to authenticate messages, identify the valid vehicles and Preserves the privacy of each vehicles.The Objective of PublicKeyInfrastructure (PKI) is to enable secure, convenient and acquisition of public keys and provide functionality using certificates. However, fixed public keys allow an eavesdropper to associate a key with a vehicle and a location, violating drivers privacy .In this work we propose a VANET time stamped key management scheme based on Temporary Anonymous Certified Keys (TACKs) which replaces the time consuming CRL checking process. To reduce the message overhead substantially and to enhance the effectiveness of the message verification, BSpecs algorithm is used. Our scheme efficiently prevents malevolent vehicles from linking with dif erent keys and provides timely revocation of misbehaving participants while maintaining the same or less overhead for vehicle-to-vehicle communication.
A Case Report On Traumatic Uterine Rupture A Rare Case Of Neonatal Survival published in

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Dr. S. Manikya Rao, Dr. G. Padmaja, Dr. Sravanthi Sadu Uterine rupture is a potentially catastrophic event during child birth with serious maternal and fetal outcomes. Majority of cases occur in women with scarred uteri or less commonly due to dysfunctional labour, labour augmentation, placenta increta. congenital anomalies, trauma and high parity. Trauma is the leading no obstetrical cause of maternal death. The effect of trauma on the pregnant woman and unborn fetus can be devastating, we describe a rare case of transfundal traumatic uterine rupture with posterior extension and the neonatal survival
Assessment of Nutrition In Severly Ill Surgical Patients in Intensive Care Units published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. MAYUR M. KADAM, Dr. SATISH BABU. R Background and Objectives Nutritional assessment of the critically ill is an accepted principal managing patients in the surgical intensive care units. Although various procedures are available to assess the nutritional requirements of individual patients there is no set protocol available to determine or predict the nutritional support of a critically ill surgical patient. This study addresses this issue of nutritional assessment in the critically ill patients. Methods : A prospective cohort study including patient who were admitted to the surgical intensive care unit. Nutritional assessment done for these patients using Subjective Global Assessment and anthropometry and those who received nutritional support were compared with those who have not receive nutritional support. Results Subjective Global Assessment (SGA) is more reliable as compared to Anthropometry in assessing nutritional status of critically ill surgical patients Malnourished patients who received nutritional support have a better outcome as compared to those who did not, with a trend towards normalization of biochemical parameters (serum albumin) Conclusion : Nutritional assessment is important especially in the critically ill patients sensitivity to nutritional risk on the part of the physician may lead to identification of patients at risk for developing nutrition related morbidity and mortality. Using tools already at the physicians disposal, patients can be identified who would benefit from nutritional intervention. The nutritional assessment must include the understanding of the difference between malnourishment and dysmetabolism and their different effects on the patient. In summarizing the evidence, it appears that moderate to severely malnourished patients are most likely to benfit from nutritional support intervention.
Internet Addiction among Secondary school children and its Relation with their Academic Achievements published in

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Dr. Ehtesham Anwar Undoubtedly, Internet has brought a great revolution worldwide and the world is in its feast. It has delimited the whole world and made a man able to access anywhere, anytime and in any field of life. Facilities are available at ones door step. But, it is well said that excess of everything is bad. Likewise, excess use of internet has become a problem today. The investigator in the present study tried to examine the prevalence of internet addiction among secondary school children and its relationship with their academic achievements. The secondary school students studying in class IX and X of different government and private schools of Lucknow city (capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India) constitute the population of the study. The investigation was conducted on 300 male and female students. It was found that internet usage among secondary school students has been rising, though it is controlled today but it might have a rising trend abruptly in future. The result has also shown that internet usage pattern of male students is quite higher than the female students. It was found that average to high use of internet positively influenced the academic achievements while no use and extremely high usage had a negative impact on academic achievements of the students.
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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RESPONSIBILITIES OF INDIVIDUAL PRODUCERS, RECYCLING UNITS AND CONSUMERS TOWARDS E-WASTE MANAGEMENT published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vikrant Srivastava Managing the toxic e-waste is not just the government or a particular individuals responsibility. Rather it is an integrated community work, where in everybody is aware of potential harm possessed by the e-waste they might just toss away. The electronic waste which is simply tossed into the garbage may be just simply dumped into the land, incinerated or simply burnt with the other waste releasing the toxic effluents which seep into the ground into the land, the water and in the air. With an estimate of 50 million tons of waste disposed of every year [1] the management of this sort of waste may become unmanageable in the coming years if the correct measures are not taken due into considerations. More so the harsh protocols of disposing waste taken up by the locales working in management of this waste like breaking, removal of the yolk and thereby dumping the rest of the cathode ray tubes followed by dumping, incinerating, open burning, de-soldering, acid baths and many such treatment on the e-waste manages to leach poisonous mercury, lead, beryllium, hydrocarbons, brominated dioxins and many such pollutants [2] into the natural resources we all have to consume. This paper briefly submits the main responsibilities of individual producers, the government, a consumer and public in general and how we can all together bring a significant change in the waste management.
DEATHS IN BURN PATIENTS OF NAGPUR, INDIA: A 3 YEARS AUTOPSY STUDY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Santosh Baburao Bhoi MD1 and Nilesh Keshav Tumram MD2* Burns and death due to burns continue to be an important public health and social problem in India. This study aims to analyse the epidemiology of burns in central India. Data were obtained from all patients admitted to Department of Burns unit of Mayo Hospital during 20062009. A retrospective review was performed, including cause of burn, place of burn occurrence, anatomical areas involved, the extent of burn, date of injury, complications, length of hospital stay. A total of 100 hospitalised patients were examined. The majority of cases (46%) were 2130 years old. The ratio of male to female was 1:3.5. Flame was the most common cause of burns in (98%), followed by electricity (2%). Total body surface area of burns (TBSAB) ranging from 34% to 98% accounted for 63.19% in total. Most of the burn victims are married females of the younger age group. In the present study, microscopic examination of the liver was carried out in all cases which showed hypoxic damage to liver due to disturbance of normal hepatic blood flow appears important.
Laproscopic Appendicectomy Various Modification in Techniques published in

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Dr. Shakibahmed J. Masu, Dr. Prashant Mukadam There are several modifications existing in the technique of Laproscopic appendicectomy. In this report we have mentioned our modifications regarding the position of port placement and closure of the base of appendix. Three Surgeons successfully performed laproscopic appendicectomy in 120 cases with these modifications during last 4 years.The first 10mm port is placed in the periumbilical site. The second port 10mm placed suprapubically at hairline level and Third 5mm port placed midway of the left spinoumbilical line. Then telescope was transferred from the periumbilical to suprapubic port, this modification leads to optimal ergonomics and cosmesis. For securing the base, ligasure* or endoloop* or roeders knot loop using catgut/ vicryl used. Although ligasure is easy to use, The use of handmade Roeders knot loop is simple, safe and cost effective.
Analysis of Indications and Results of Anorectal Manometry in Two Tertiary Hospitals in India published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Rajiv Baijal and Mayank Jain* The anorectum plays an important role in regulation of defecation and in maintenance of continence [1]. The most widely used test for anorectal function is anorectal manometry. It measures pressures of the anal sphincter muscles, sensation in the rectum, and neural refl exes that are needed for normal bowel movements. This test is mainly used in evaluation of constipation, fecal incontinence, anal sphincter tone, functional anorectal pain, pelvic fl oor dyssynergia and diagnosis of Hirschsprung’s Disease [2]. Parameters studied by anorectal manometry are the rectoanal inhibitory refl ex, anal resting pressure, sustained voluntary contraction of anal canal and rectal sensation [3]. Anorectal manometry is now available at multiple centres in India. However, the awareness regarding the procedure and its uses is limited. This study was done with the aim to analyse the indications for referral and results of anorectal manometry in two teaching hospitals in India.
A Study of the Emerging Trend of Native Advertising with Reference to India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mridanish Jha In this digital era, with millions of people using social networks and messaging applications marketing communications has become very dynamic and marketers are trying to create the trigger point for their target audience and connect them with the brand. Native advertising is one such way which is seen as an important tool of integrated marketing communication. In the digital landscape the fruition of digital advertising represents an essential turning point. It is fast smudging the lines between advertisement and content. Native advertisement use promoted sponsored content on social media platforms, seamlessly integrate to the content that is being consumed and delicately communicate the brands message. The present article focuses on the important aspects of native advertisement and its scope in the Indian context.
An approach to thermal analysis of current transformers of rating 170 kV and above published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Viswanatha C and Rakesh K G Current transformers are core of electrical systems functioning to provide required inputs for metering and measurement purpose. Generally the current transformers are tested for electrical integrity by way of di-electric measurements such as capacitance tan delta, partial discharge, accuracy and others. Although these tests fairly determine di-electric / insulation co-ordination of current transformer they do not reveal thermal condition of current transformers. In this study attempts are made to understand thermal integrity of current transformers by way of temperature measurements and temperature rise of primary and secondary winding which are main constituents of current transformers. The current transformers though are of different type such as winding, bar type, window. The thermal performance is equally important for all these types of current transformers. The general approach is to measure temperatures at accessible regions such as tank surface if it is live tank type current transformer and also at the axel points of protruding outside the tank which are internally connected to conductors. The temperatures before energizing of current transformer and after temperature rise test are measured by resistance method in accordance with international standards. In this work, temperature mapping at steady state for several current transformers of 200 kV rating have been studied in the light of IEC standards and results are more discussed and analyzed to determine the thermal condition of current transformers.
The state of unpreparedness published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Nicolae Melinescu Events have often taken mankind by surprise through their force and their consequences. Starting with the ancient times, answers to major challenges and threats were sometimes, if not always, late, incomplete and biased. The current migration tide across the Mediterranean questioned Europe’s ability to face an unprecedented process and proved its same unpreparedness in front of major events. Preceding similar situations like the “boat people” fleeing Vietnam three years after the fall of Saigon and the communist takeover of the entire country, the drama in the two Spanish enclaves from North Africa and the first waves of refugees arriving on the shores of the Italian island of Lampedusa taught EU decision makers nothing, and they were caught empty-handed once more as illegal migrants reached the Greek Islands and the new EU member states, Romania included. Chances of getting over the current pattern are not completely wasted if the Europeans’ common effort is focused on the origins of illegal migration, residing in the Middle East countries torn by civil wars and unrest and in African countries under brutal dictatorships.
Ethno medico-botanical studies on medicinal flora of Januna Lake and Nearby area of Khamgaon Tehsil of Buldana District of MS ,India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ajay B. Jadhao, D. G Bhadange The work deals with ethno medico- botanical studies on medicinal plants used by local people on various remedes. Researcher fouced on Januna lake and nearby area of these lake of Khamgaon tahsil district Buldana. The bank of lake and near area rich in various medicinal plants so there is need to study on these particular area. So reascher collect some medicinal plant information their identification and medicinal uses which listed below.
THE PROTECTIVE ROLES OF MICROGYNON AND NORDIOL IN CONTROLLING THE LEVELS OF LIPID PEROXIDATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON FEMALE RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Hayder A. Al-Aubaidy*, Najah R. Hadi, Fatima A. Alzubaidi and Dina A. Jamil Aims: This study aims to evaluate the effects of oral contraception (Microgynon and Nordiol) on the level of lipid peroxidation as a part of oxidative stress progression in female rats. Oral contraception were used. Materials & Methods: Thirty rats (females) were included in this study. They were divided into 5 groups (six in each group): a control group was maintained on normal standard chow diet, while the other 4 groups received high cholesterol diet for 14 weeks. After 14 weeks, blood samples were taken randomly from 6 rats. The remaining 18 rats were randomly divided into 3 groups (6 rats in each), the first group continued on high cholesterol diet and distilled water for 6 weeks and served as self-control group. The remaining 2 groupscontinued on high cholesterol diet and were given one of the oral contraceptives mentioned above for 6 weeks. Results: Our data showed that Microgynon treatment resulted in a significant reduction in serum GSH with no significant changes in MDA, CAT and GST activities. However, Nordiol treatment has no significant effects on serum level of GSH, MDA, CAT. Conclusion: The controversial findings proves the effects of the two types of the oral contraception on lipid peroxidation via different metabolic pathways.
GRS '“ Gesture based Recognition System for Indian Sign Language Recognition System for Deaf and Dumb People published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
D. Anbarasan | R. Aravind | K. Alice Recognition languages are developed for the better communication of the challenged people. The recognition signs include the combination of various with hand gestures, movement, arms and facial expressions to convey the words thought. The languages used in sign are rich and complex as equal as to languages that are spoken. As the technological world is growing rapidly, the sign languages for human are made to recognised by systems in order to improve the accuracy and the multiply the various sign languages with newer forms. In order to improve the accuracy in detecting the input sign, a model has been proposed. The proposed model consists of three phases a training phase, a testing phase and a storage output phase. A gesture is extracted from the given input picture. The extracted image is processed to remove the background noise data with the help of threshold pixel image value. After the removal of noise from the image and the filtered image to trained model is tested with a user input and then the detection accuracy is measured. A total of 50 sign gestures were loaded into the training model. The trained model accuracy is measured and then the output is extracted in the form of the mentioned language symbol. The detection mechanism of the proposed model is compared with the other detection methods such as Hidden Markov Model(HMM), Convolutional Neural Networks(CNN) and Support Vector Machine(SVM). The classification is done by means of a Support Vector Machine(SVM) which classifies at a higher accuracy. The accuracy obtained was 99 percent in comparison with the other detection methods. D. Anbarasan | R. Aravind | K. Alice"GRS “ Gesture based Recognition System for Indian Sign Language Recognition System for Deaf and Dumb People" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9638.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/9638/grs--gesture-based-recognition-system-for-indian-sign-language-recognition-system-for-deaf-and-dumb-people/d-anbarasan
Socio-Economic Determinants of Small and Medium Enterprises (Smes) Access to Credit from the Barclays Bank in Tamale-Ghana published in

International Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies

Published by Scholar Publications
Fatawu Alhassan, Ahmed Sakara A review of the literature dealing with financing small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) indicates there is a significant gap in knowledge of the determinants of access to finance by the SMEs in Ghana. Therefore, this study examined the socio-economic factors that determine access to bank finance by SMEs in Tamale, Ghana. The population for the study was members of the Association of Small Scale Industries (ASSI), the branch Manager and credit officer of the Barclays bank Tamale, the Regional Manager and Accountant of National Board for Small Scale Industries and a Project Officer of macrofinance and small loan centre (MASLOC) .The results indicated that, the number of employees, experience in credit use, number of fixed assets possessed, attitude towards risk, business size, form of business and sector of business in the economy are the critical success factors in accessing bank finance. The study also identified Management expertise, high default rate and monitoring as the challenges banks faced in giving credit to SMEs. In terms of policy, the findings of this study will provide banks, training institutions and policy makers with new insights on investigation of loan evaluation process, tailoring new training programmes for entrepreneurs and developing relationships with business associations. Key words: Enterprises, Small-scale, Medium-scale, Tamale, Barclays Bank and Entrepreneurs
DETERMINATION OF THE WATER QUALITY OF SOME SELECTED RIVERS WITHIN THE MIDDLE BELT REGION OF NIGERIA published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
*Ogah, E.; Odoh, R; Ugwuja, D.I.; Ushie, O.A.; Longbap, B.D. Groundwater exploitation for rural water supply without adequate understanding of its chemistry and changes that may be induced by contiguous physical processes and anthropogenic activities may be counter-productive. Chloride, turbidity, total suspended solids (TSS), total dissolved solid (TDS), electrical conductivity, pH, hardness, dissolved oxygen (DO), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and phosphates were determined during the wet season. Electrical conductivity, Turbidity, TDS, TSS and pH were found to be between 50.4-76.0 µScm-1, 12.0-90.0 mgL-1, 19.0-35.0mgL-1, 6.0-96.0 mgL-1, and 7.2-7.7, respectively. The lowest value of total hardness recorded was 40 mgL-1CaCO3 and the highest was 80.0 mgL-1 CaCO3. DO, BOD and COD were found to range between 5.2-6.0mgL-1, 59-72mgL-1 and 118.0-144.0mgL-1 respectively. Similarly, 1.7-2.1 mgL-1 were recorded for PO43-. The WQI (12.51) for the various rivers investigated revealed that the water was of poor quality for drinking purpose. Key words: Water quality, freshwater, Middle belt region, Nigeria, pollution, BOD, COD, TDS
Guidance Needs Disparity in School and College Adolescent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Shakuntla Punia, Santosh Sangwan Guidance is a process of assisting the individual in developing body, mind, personality and character and also to help him in making maximum educational, vocational and personal or psychological adjustments. It is felt that there is a need to understand the minds of these young people, to analyze the dynamics of their behavior, to help them to grapple with their ever changing life styles so that a correct appreciation of their potential, promise and problem could be made. For the present study Hisar city of Haryana state was purposively selected. I.C.College of Home Science (COHS) and College of Agriculture (COA) from CCS HAU Hisar were purposively selected. Out of the total adolescents admitted in first year 25 each from both the colleges were randomly selected. Two Govt. Schools, one each admitting males, Govt. Senior Secondary School (GSSS) and females, Govt. Girls Senior Secondary School (GGSSS) were randomly selected, further randomly selecting 25 students, each from both the selected schools. The total sample for the present investigation was 100 adolescents. Guidance Needs Inventory, developed by Grewal (1982) was used to identify the type and intensity of guidance needs. Z test was used to see the differences against institutions. The data indicated that the adolescents from two institutes differed significantly from each other in physical, social, psychological and total guidance need, whereas, no differences were found in educational and vocational guidance needs. Mean comparison revealed that school adolescents had higher need on the entire aspects i.e. physical, social, psychological, educational vocational and total guidance against college adolescent.
Artificial Intelligence Technique based Reactive Power Planning Incorporating FACTS Controllers in Real Time Power Transmission System published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
K.R.Vadivelu,Dr.G.V.Marutheswar,Dr. S.K.Nandakumar Reactive Power Planning is a major concern in the operation and control of power systems This paper compares the effectiveness of Evolutionary Programming (EP) and New Improved Differential Evolution (NIMDE) to solve Reactive Power Planning (RPP) problem incorporating FACTS Controllers like Static VAR Compensator (SVC), Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC) and Unified power flow controller (UPFC) considering voltage stability. With help of Fast Voltage Stability Index (FVSI), the critical lines and buses are identified to install the FACTS controllers. The optimal settings of the control variables of the generator voltages,transformer tap settings and allocation and parameter settings of the SVC,TCSC,UPFC are considered for reactive power planning. The test and Validation of the proposed algorithm are conducted on IEEE 30bus system and 72-bus Indian system.Simulation results shows that the UPFC gives better results than SVC and TCSC and the FACTS controllers reduce the system losses.
STUDY THE EFFECT OF ELONGATION IN SINGLE SIDED FRICTION STIR WELDING ON AA6063 ALUMINIUM ALLOY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Gurmukh Singh*, Gaurav Mittal, Dinesh Bhadhan In this paper, the effects of tool speed, feed rate, shoulder dia. On various mechanical properties of Aluminium alloy 6063 produced by friction stir welding have been analyzed. Friction stir welding is a technique in which the work pieces are merged by profits of frictional heating and plastic deformation certainly a temperature below the melting point of the material to be joint. AA6063 is an aluminium alloy with magnesium and silicon as the alloying element. It has generally moral mechanical properties and is heat mendable and weld able. It is similar like to aluminium alloy HE9. Experiments are exposed by varying rotational speed, transverse speed and altered shoulder diameter. The Taguchi Method is used to treasure the combination of the three welding parameters. In this work three parameters are taken and L9 orthogonal array are selected to development parameters for strength of the welded joint. An optimal result has been obtained using main effects plot using S/N ratio values. The elongation is mainly posh by temperature distribution and near it shoulder diameter & feed rate also affect to some extent
REVIEW ON WEB MULTIMEDIA MINING AND KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Suraj Jain1 , Siddu P. Algur2 , *Basavaraj A. Goudannavar 3 , Prashant Bhat4 Web Multimedia data mining (WMDM) can be defined as the process of finding interesting patterns from media data such as audio, video, image and text that are not ordinarily accessible by basic queries and associated results. MDM is the mining of knowledge and high level multimedia information from large multimedia database system. MDM refers to pattern discovery, rule extraction and knowledge acquisition from multimedia database. To extract knowledge from multimedia database multimedia techniques are used. We compare MDM techniques with the state of the art data mining techniques involving clustering, classification, sequence pattern mining, association rule mining and visualization. This paper is a review on Web multimedia mining (WMM) and Knowledge discovery it elaborates basic concepts, application at various areas, techniques, approaches and other useful areas which need to be work for WMM. Analyzing this huge amount of multimedia data to discover useful knowledge is a challenging problem which has opened the opportunity for research in WMM and knowledge discovery.
COMPARISON OF EVALUATION PARAMETERS OF TWO DIFFERENT BRANDS OF PARACETAMOL TABLETS. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Poonam Verma*, Shivpratap Bhadouria, Sanjit Pramanik, Nisha Yadav Paracetamol tablets are popular OTC products among patients marketed by a lot of suppliers around the world, being extensively used as antipyretic and general analgesic. The purpose of this research work was to compare and evaluate quality standards in the various brands of paracetamol tablets. Two different brands of paracetamol 500mg manufactured by local companies were randomly sampled from different Pharmacy shops. Evaluations of parameters were performed through the determination of weight variation, hardness, friability, and disintegration time using standards techniques .the values were compared with the standards. Results: Wide variations in the parameters were seen in the tablet formulation manufactured by the two different local companies. (Brand A) were comparable with standards. Conclusion: The manufacturing standards are not strictly followed by some local companies and there is need for proper monitoring.
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AT LAKSHMI FORD, THANJAVUR published in

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Jonathan Job, Guru P ?is paper is a study on the efficiency of post sales activity at Lakshmi Ford, ?anjavur. ?is study aims at finding various aspects of the post sales service provided and suggest the organization findings, which they could improve furthermore. ?is is a descriptive research which is used to describe characteristics of a population or phenomenon being studied. It addresses the "what" question (what are the characteristics of the population or situation being studied?). ?is study contains specific recommendations for managers to improve their post-sales service. 84 samples were chosen by Convenient Sampling method for this study and the data were analysed through Simple Percentage Analysis and Chi-Square Test.
Productivity and profitability of greengram (Vigna radiata l.) as influenced by rice crop establishment and nutrient management practices in ricegreengram cropping system published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
T. R. MOHANTY, 1P. K. ROUL, 2S. K. MAITY AND 3A NAYAK A field experiment was conducted in North Central Plateau Zone of Odisha to evaluate the residual effect of three rice establishment methods (SRI, drum seeding and conventional transplanting) and three nutrient management practices [RDF (80:40:40 N: P O5: K O kg ha-1), 50% R.D.F. + 50% R.D.F. through organic sources (based on nitrogen requirement) i.e. INM 2 2 and 100% RDF through organic management (OM)] and direct effect of three nutrient management practices viz. RDF (20:40:40 N: P O : K O kg ha-1), 50% RDF + biofertlizer (BF) and no fertilizer on performance of greengram in a rice-greengram cropping 2 5 2 system during rabi seasons of 2009-10 and 201011. The design was split plot in kharif and split-split plot in rabi with treatments replicated thrice. Methods of rice establishment did not influence the performance of subsequent greengram. OM in rice being at par with INM exhibited the highest yield (852 kg ha-1), net return (Rs. 23554 ha-1) and return Rs.-1 invested (2.56). 50% RDF + BF application to greengram increased seed yield (930 kg ha-1) by 10.7 and 64.9% over RDF and no fertilizer, respectively. It also recorded the highest nutrient uptake and harvest index, net return (Rs.26980 ha-1) and return Rs.-1 invested (2.80).
Investors Perception towards Mutual Funds: An Indian Perspective published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Mukesh. H. V Financial markets main function is to facilitate transfer of funds from surplus sectors to deficit sectors. A financial market consists of investor or buyers, sellers, dealers and does not refer to physical location. Capital market provides the framework in which savings and investments take place. On one hand it enables companies to raise resources from the investing community and on the other, it facilitate households to invest their savings in industrial or commercial activities. So, mutual fund is the part of capital market. Mutual fund industry in India began with setting up of Unit Trust of India (UTI) in 1964 by the government of India. Now a day mutual fund is playing very important role in the industry. Investors will get the benefit of return, capital appreciation, tax benefits and safety to their investment and companies will get the capital for their growth.
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???? ????? The aim of this study is to analyze the role of nonmonetary expenses and revenues, and working capital in earnings management by the Algerian listed companies through testing the relationship between these items, and discretionary accruals, as a measure for the earnings management. We designed a multiple linear regression model depending on the financial statements of the Algerian listed companies, for the period 2005 - 2009. We find a significant relationship between the discretionary accruals on one hand, and the provisions, the short-term debt, and the inventories on the other hand, which means that the Algerian listed companies use these items in earnings management. While the relationship between discretionary accruals on one hand, and the accounts receivable and the nonmonetary revenues on the other hand, arent significant. We find also that the provisions are more used than the short-term debt and inventories in earnings management, while the rest of items arent used.
Vulnerability Analysis of Authenticated Encryption published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
G. M. Abisha Grace Authenticated Encryption algorithm, AEGIS-128 is implemented in Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) of the Side-channel Attack Standard Evaluation Board (SASEBO-G) and in ATmega 328P microcontroller of the MultiTarget Victim Board. Encryption algorithms may be subjected to attacks if it is not properly implemented with countermeasures. So it is necessary to analyse the Authenticated Encryption algorithms providing both confidentiality and authenticity. In this paper, study of Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data (AEAD), AEGIS-128 algorithm, implementation of the algorithm in FPGA and microcontroller, vulnerability analysis of the implemented algorithm in two different hardware platforms and a countermeasure based on Rotating S-box Masking (RSM) for the AEGIS-128 algorithm implemented in ATmega 328P microcontroller is proposed. Vulnerability analysis, include derivation of power model for AEGIS-128 algorithm, capturing of power traces from the target device and comparing the measured power traces with the power model to retrieve the secret key.
ampacity of bundled PVchouse wiring cables in a conduit pipe based on experimental and theoretical considerations published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Meena K P, Arunjothi R, Thirumurthy, Raja G K and Nageshwar Rao B Flexible PVC Cables form the major part of Power distribution system within residential buildings, industrial buildings, and other commercial institutions. The ampacity of power cable depends upon the cross sectional area of conductor and the laying and installation of the cable in service. Generally two or more number of PVC cables are bundled together and inserted as a bundle in a conduit pipe for connecting to various load points. As the bundling of cables produce more heat than a single PVC Cable, and dissipation of heat is poor, the ampacity of these cables reduces considerably. Hence the exact selection of sizes and no. of cables are essential to avoid overheating of those cables and the resulting fire havocs.
Advance Technique for Intrusion Detection System Withdouble Guard published in

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Kiran Gurjar, Mrs. Nisha Rathi In this paper, we have proposed proficient IDS technique that replica the network behavior in multi-tiered web application and constructinformal mapping model for identify various types of attacks and diminish the false positives in both static and dynamic web application. We accomplish this with the help of double guard with lightweight virtualization (inaccessible session using session ID) and enhance the security in web application. This is helpful in web application such as daily errands such as banking, travel, and social networks.We accessible an intrusion detection system that build models of regular behavior for multitier web applications from together front-end web requests and back-end database queries. Dissimilarprevious technique that connected or summarized alerts generate by independent IDSs, Double Guard is used to database and fileserver. Double guard detects the impostor into multitier web application. in cooperation web server and database server are vulnerable attack.
Dynamic operation and control schemes for hybrid static synchronous series compensator published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Raju J, Kowsalya M and Arunachalam M This paper presents a modeling and simulation of Neutral Point Clamped (NPC) Voltage Source Converter (VSC) based Hybrid Static Synchronous Series Capacitive Compensator (HSSSC) with direct and indirect control schemes is presented. The hybrid scheme is a combination of Static Synchronous Series Compensator (SSSC) and a fixed capacitor in series with the transmission line. The hybrid scheme is reduces the size and ratings of the SSSC in a transmission line system. The effectiveness of the schemes is to analysing the performance characteristics of HSSSC with direct and an indirect controller is evaluating using the MATLAB/SIMULINKTM.
A REVIEW ON OPTIMIZATION OF GROWTH PARAMETERS FOR ENHANCED FUNGAL LIPASE PRODUCTION published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Vinay Sharma* 1 , Jyoti Saxena2 , Lipases catalyze hydrolysis of fat/lipid into their components. Microbial lipases are preferred than the animal and plant lipases because of their stability, specificity and unique properties. Microbial lipases are excreted by a variety of bacteria, fungi and yeasts. Lipases are used in various industries (pharmaceutical, food, detergent, oil, paper etc). At present the demand of industries for lipases are very higher, therefore we have to increase the production of enzyme form indigenous microbial strains in order to fulfill the various applications in industries. Normally microbial strain produces little amount of lipases to meet the cellular requirements but for the industrial purposes, the amount of lipases can be enhanced by the optimization technique. Different parameters (carbon sources, nitrogen sources, pH, temperature and incubation period) can be optimized in order to increase productivity of lipase. Lipase production is normally stimulated in presence of lipidic carbon sources (oil) into the culture media, which indicates the inducible nature of microbial lipases. By keeping the above points in mind, the present review is focused on optimization of culture medium constituents and growth conditions for increased growth of lipolytic fungi and productivity of extracellular lipase. Keywords: Lipases, microbial strains, optimization technique, lipolytic fungi, pH, temperature, carbon source
Evaluation ofEosinophil count and Hemoglobin concentration inpetrol pump workers in Allahabad published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Narendra Gupta, Rajbahadur Kamal, Richa Singh IntroductionIt is world known fact that petrochemical workers are exposed to many noxious substances present in the work places. The most untoward effects are due to Benzene which is present in the petrol and being volatile substance it is present in the atmosphere nearbyBenzene is an organic chemical compound with molecular formula C6H6. It is a well known carcinogen with relative hematotoxicity ObjectiveThus the objective of this study is to find out the effect of benzene exposure on hematological parameter especially Eosinophil count and Hemoglobin concentration on petrol pump workers. Material and MethodSixty petrol pump workers healthy male nonsmokers, matching between age group of 20-60 years were included in this study. The forty not exposed to any type of air pollutants were enrolled as control subjects are included in the study.Blood samples were analyzed by automated hematological analyzer for hemoglobin concentration white blood cell count including count of Eosinophil. ResultAnthropometric parameter of study group and control group are statistically non-significant (p >0.05).The Eosinophil count in study group and control groupin subjects exposed to more than 15 years the count was significantly (<0.05) decreasesHemoglobin concentration non-Significant in all stage. Discussion The petrol pump workers under high risk of benzene may cause bone marrow depression, hematological and neurological toxic effect and cancer.In the present study Eosinophil count and Hemoglobin concentration taken as marker of benzene toxicity. Other study also support our study like T. Tunsaringkarnet.al. ConclusionThe Eosinophil count decreases as the duration of exposure increases, because long term exposure to benzene causes bonemarrow suppression leads to decreased Eosinophil count.
DERMATOPHYTE SUSCEPTIBILITIES TO ANTIMYCOTIC DRUGS BY DISC DIFFUSION METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Usha Mishra1, Aruna Solanki2 and P.K. Khatri3* Introduction: Superficial mycoses are common fungal infection of keratinized tissue. Now a days several option of antifungal agent are available& clinician must now choose among them. Several report of treatment failure & relapse of dermatophytosis are there. So determination of in vitro antimycotic susceptibility is essential. In our study we evaluate antifungal activity of five antimycotic agents. Material & methods: Sixty seven dermatophyte were isolated from patient having dermatophytosis . Five antimycotic discs viz. nystatin, fluconazole ,ketoconazole ,itraconazole, clotrimazole were used by disc diffusion method for in vitro susceptibility testing against these isolates. Result: A total of sixty seven dermatophytes were isolated and identified. The isolates belong to two genera and four species as follows: T. mentagrophytes 16(23.8%),T. rubrum 38(56.7%), T. violaceum 7(10.4%), M. canis 6(7.58.9%). Regarding the data, it was revealed that nystatin and itraconazole were the most effective antimycotic drugs and clotrimazole had the poorest activity. Conclusion: The disc diffusion method is a simple, reliable, inexpensive and easily adaptable assay which is more practical, simple and easier in comparison to micro dilution method.
Do Price Influence on Green Product Buying A Fresh Outlook in Trichy City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Thiyagaraj . V. Green marketing is the marketing of products that are presumed to be environmental safe. Green marketing conceptis the new concept in the Indian concept but it can be changed only with thehelp of consumer awareness towards the green products.Attitude determines the Altitude of the human being. It refers toevaluative statement of respond favorable or unfavorable and like or disliketowards the objects, events and people etc. whether it may be positive ornegative. Consumer behaviorare changed in every minutes due to the changing the marketing trends.This study analyzes the respondentsattitude towards willingness to pay more for green product.By using conveniencesampling 586 sample size of the respondents are meet through interviewscheduled method. Collected data are analyzed through by using the statisticaltools of percentage analysis, Chi-square.
Impact of Grassroots Initiatives on Participatory Planning, Implementation and Monitoring of Rural Development A Case Study from Tamilnadu published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. R. Chinnadurai Local governing institutions are granted constitutional legality as Local Government bodies responsible for socio-economic development in the rural areas. There are 29 subjects for which the panchayat is responsible with the help of Standing Committees to cover all subjects. The Gram Sabha acts as a community level accountability mechanism to ensure the functions of the PRI respond to peoples needs. Good numbers of Gram Panchayats in the country have been making good attempts and also attain success in implementation of development programmes and achieved expected results. Study of such good practices, strategies, approaches and factors of people participation in the process of planning will be very important in order to analyze for replication in other places. Therefore, the present case study was conducted in a successful Nalukkottai Gram Panchayat, in Tamilnadu. The study critically reviewed the approaches and modalities of Grassroots Planning Process and institutional mechanism created to mobilize people participation in implementation of development works.
A Review on Privacy Problems in Distributed Information Brokering System and Solutions? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Ashutosh Kamble, Prof. Deepak Kapgate, Prof. Prakash Prasad? There is an increasing need for information sharing via on-demand access in different organization. Information Brokering Systems (IBSs) have been introduced to connect large-scale lightly-associated data sources with the help of a brokering overlay. In this system, the brokers make routing decisions to direct client queries to the requested data servers. Some present IBSs consider that brokers are trusted and thus only adopt server-side access control for data confidentiality. But, the privacy of location of data and information about consumer can still be concluded from metadata (such as query and access control rules) exchanged in the IBS, but little attention has been paid for its protection. This paper presents an overview on information sharing in distributed environment through information brokering system and problems associated with it. It also defines two attacks- attribute correlation attack and inference attack.
Knowledge, Attitude & Practice (KAP) & associated factors of parents/guardians on Childhood eye care, Sidama Zone, Southern Ethiopia published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Asressie Molla, Berhan Meshesha, Demoze Delelegn, Dr. P. Surender Reddy Background: KAP Study tells what people know about certain things, how they feel and how they behave. Objective: To assess KAP & factors related to childhood eye diseases of Dale district. Method: Cross- sectional (quantitative & qualitative) methods. Hierarchal logistic regression (quantitative), multistage sampling (quantitative) design was employed. Result: Three-fourth of the respondents diagnose childhood eye disease by other individuals than health professionals, 52.92% of them either dont know or misunderstand the mode of transmission. Nearly half & 41.0% of mothers/caregivers misperceive that the risk is higher in poorer families & can be completely cured by praying. Two-third of children either received nothing or inappropriate medication. Conclusion: There were misunderstanding, misperception, malpractice and poor health seeking behavior of mothers/caregivers about childhood eye diseases. Marital & occupational status, source & time to fetch water, presence of animals in the near vicinity and waste disposal system are reasons. Awareness creation, tailored behavior change interventions are recommended.
The State of the Art of Video Summarization for Mobile Devices: Review Article published in

ICGST Journal of Graphics, Vision and Image Processing

Published by ICGST LLC, Delaware, USA
Hesham Farouk and Kamal ElDahshan and Amr Abozeid Video summarization is very important field to facilitate users usage requirements, especially in the context of mobile computing and the need to access videos from anywhere at any time. This paper presents a study and evaluation of various video summarization techniques for mobile devices available in the literature from 2001 till the first half of 2014. The proposed evaluation criteria used here have been derived from the analysis of literatures and existing works in the domain of video summarization. We recommended cluster flower figure that can be used to depict a video summarization technique (more than 10 techniques covered) based on the proposed criteria (a set of 8 criteria applied). The advantage of this research is making a state of the art of the related works which help researchers in this context. Also, researchers can classify their works and determine the research opportunities based on the proposed criteria.
A Study on Investment Patterns and Awareness of Salaried Class Investors published in

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Manjunath. S. Awalakki Investment is a desire to earn expected return from his investments, this investments is portion of the savings from the salary. This investment is made with the expectation of earning good returns from their investments. These investments were made for livelihood after their retirements. As per the recent survey results salaried employees investments were not increased as compared with the business persons. Unfortunately, it is true that employees think investments only at the time of retirements. Few years back there were only limited numbers of options available for investments, but in the present scenario the investments options are increased and awareness of investments also increased. With this back ground the researcher intended to study the investment patterns and their awareness regarding the salaried employees investments of Kalaburagi s, State; Karnataka. The respondent of research study consist only those people who earning fixed Income as salary so thestudy included only salaried group of people.
DYNAMIC APPROACH FOR SECURE DEDUPLICATION OF DATA OVER THE COLUD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Thrimurthulu Pallapothu * , P B Siva Varma Information deduplication is one of critical information pressure methods for killing copy duplicates of rehashing information and has been broadly utilized as a part of distributed storage keeping in mind the end goal to minimize the measure of storage room and spare transfer speed. For ins urance of information security, this paper makes an endeavor to basically address the issue of approved information deduplication. To secure the classification of imperative information while supporting deduplication, the concurrent encryption system has b een proposed to scramble the information before outsourcing. Alongside the information the benefit level of the client is additionally checked so as to guarantee whether he is an approved client or not. Security investigation exhibits that our plan is secu re regarding the definitions indicated in the proposed security display. We demonstrate that our proposed approved copy check plot has negligible overhead contrasted with ordinary operations. As a proof of idea, we execute a model of our proposed approved copy check plan and direct tried analyses utilizing our model. This paper tries to minimize the information duplication that happens in half breed distributed storage by utilizing different strategies
Microbial Degradation of Vocs Using Microbes published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
A.G.Deepapriyaa, C.S.Sharath kumara, M.Gopinatha*, R.Dhanasekarb Malodrant emission from Volatile Organic Compound (VOCs) in the atmosphere raises major environmental issues. The revolutionary national and international environmental monitoring board has taken many rigorous steps to control the emission of VOCs. Many physico-chemical techniques are available for the destruction and recovery of VOCs. There is a growing tendency in the industries to develop a microbial degradation that favor the treatment of VOCs in contrast to other techniques on account of its long term stability and effective removal efficiency. This review presents an outline of various ballots of microbes available for microbial degradation and also focuses on continuous microbial degradation for future research aspects.
IMPACT OF MACROECONOMIC FACTORS IN THE ISSUE OF SHARES IN THE EXCHANGE published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Jailson da Conceio Teixeira de Oliveira, Bruno Ferreira Frascaroli This study intended to analyze which are the relations between the emission of public offers of shares and the following variables: interest rate, industrial production, inflation rate, and the return of assets of the brazilian capital market. The series that analyzed in this paper were obtained from IPEA and BM&FBOVESPA, in a monthly frequency, from january 1998 to january 2012. Given the fact that the all the variables were found stationary it was adopted the Vector Autorregression model. It was recurred to the techniques of Variance Decomposition and Impulse Response Functions to verify the significance of shocks on these variables on the emission of pubic offer of shares and it was found that most of the deviations caused on the variance are explained by variations on this variable itself, with a participation higher then 90%, along ten months. After it, there are the variables Selic and IPCA. In Parallel it was applied the Granger Causality test, that indicated that all variables affect the emission of public offers, except Ibovespa.
An Epidemiological Study of Coronary Heart Disease in Adult Population of Western Uttar Pradesh. published in

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Dr Bachu Narayan Singh, Dr Vijay Kumar Singhal, Dr Balbir Singh Deswal Background: Coronary heart disease (CHD)is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. In Indian urban population , CHD has shown a nine fold increase. Various studies regarding the risk factors in adult population had been carried out in at various places India, but community based approach in urban & rural area is quite recent. Thus keeping in view the need for such a community based data regarding coronary artery disease & its risk factors, the study has been under taken in urban & rural areas of a district of Western Uttar Pradesh. Objectives: (1) To find out the prevalence of coronary artery disease among population of 25 years and above age group. (2) To study associated risk factors & epidemiological determinants of coronary artery disease. Material & Methods: A cross- sectional study carried out among 25years and above age in rural & urban population of Western Uttar Pradesh. Data was collected after informed consent by house to house visit using pretested questionnaire. Case definition of coronary heart disease was taken as recommended for coronary heart diseases in developing country by American Heart Association (AHA) [3] which has been accepted worldwide. The cases were labeled by combination of three facts- cardiac symptoms & signs, biomarkers, and ECG and /or autopsy. Results: Prevalence of coronary heat diseases was found to be 17.09% in rural, 21.08% in urban and overall prevalence 19.08% in the study. Use of Tobacco, Alcohol, Lack of physical exercise, obesity and other risk conditions viz- hypertension, diabetes, family history of CHD and mental stress were found significant risk factors in rural as well as urban population. Conclusion: High incidence of CHD in India warrants an urgent action in terms of expanding public education, control of primordial and primary risk factors by population based ands high risk interventions as part of effective preventive strategies.
Awareness About Labour Analgesia, Role of Anesthesiologist in Labour Analgesia and Neonatal Resuscitation Among the General Public of Metropolitan City (Pune) of Maharashtra published in

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Dr. Sandip N Baheti, Dr. Arnab Paul, Dr. Archana M Chandak Labour analgesia has not been yet fully accepted and practiced in developing countries like India, because patients have limited knowledge about labour analgesia and role of the anesthesiologist. Aim of the study was to find out the knowledge of general public about labour analgesia, role of anesthesiologist in labour analgesia as well as in neonatal resuscitation and to find out the cause behind why labour analgesia is not much popular. Methodology: Two hundred people above the age group of 16 including males were included in the survey in metropolitan city (Pune) of Maharashtra Result: Only 30% total participants, 38% of female and 34% of male knew about the concept of painless labour. Amongst the Nulliparous 77% participants wanted painless labour. Only 31% participants knew that painless labour can be provided by Anesthesiologist. Unfortunately only 11% participants knew that an anesthesiologist can also give neonatal resuscitation and only 17% knew that anesthesiologist can save the mother in hemorrhagic shock. Conclusion: Awareness program should not be limited to ante natal clinic. Anesthesiologist and gynecologist (obstetrician) jointly should do counseling in early month of pregnancy. It is essential to increase the awareness of population about multi centric role of anesthesiologist.
Randomized Control Trial of Probiotics in Prevention of Sepsis & Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Low Birth Weight Babies published in

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Dr. Ahmedi Ambrin, Dr Zion Eluzai, Dr Bhasker Reddy This Randomized control trial was conducted among 69 Low birth weight neonates(35 in study group & 34 in control group) admitted in NICU over a period of 2 years, to evaluate the role of probiotics in the prevention of sepsis & Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Low Birth Weight babies. The mean gestational age in the study group was 33.37+/-1.85 while in the control group was 33.21 +/-1.81.Babies had an average birth weight of 1.509 Kg in the study group and 1.564 kg in the control group. In this study, of the 69 babies enrolled,8.51% in the study group had sepsis while 8.82% in the control group development sepsis . No baby in either group had NEC and no baby in either group had feed intolerance. This study showed no statistical significance in the incidence of sepsis/ NEC between the study and the control groups.
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FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
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Designing High Data Rate Long Haul Optical Communication System 96 80 Gb/s transmission using hybrid Raman-Erbium doped optical amplifiers with Improved Performance using DWDM published in

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Tarun Bansal, Mr. P. S. Bhullar We have successfully demonstrated a long-haul transmission of 96 80 Gbit/s over single mode fiber of 500 km respectively by using RAMAN/EDFA hybrid optical amplifier as inline and preamplifier amplifiers. The measured Q-factors and BER of the 96 channels after 500 km is 11.9408 dB and (3.22X10-33) were higher than the standard acceptable value, which offers feasibility of the hybrid amplifiers including EDFA optical amplifiers for the long-haul transmission. The maximum transmission distance that could be achieved is 500km with NRZ modulation format
Women`S Education and Social Development published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
POKKULURI SURYAPRAKASH Education is an important device for helping a person to attain full development physically, mentally and spiritually. Education is very necessary for both men and women. The woman is the focal point regarding all matters concerning the family and the society. Women`s education is essential for the well-being of the family and for the welfare of the society, especially in the 21st century, when the world is witnessing extraordinary progress in almost all fields including education, culture, science and technology. So, top priority should be given to women`s education. Educational institutions should be established, especially in rural areas. Hostels, libraries and laboratories are to be constructed. Playgrounds are necessary for playing sports and games. In this regard, the assistance of voluntary organizations can be taken. In fact, today, many women are pursuing different courses in different educational institutions. They are working in different fields with confidence and commitment. They are able to lead various agitations against social evils. If encouragement is given, women can do more good to society and prove their mettle. In fine, all support should be given to women`s education, so that they can contribute to the development of healthy society and progressive world.
Investigations on Random diagonal Code for Spectrally Amplitude Coded- Optical Code Division Multiple Access using Direct Detection published in

International Journal of Applied Science and Technology

Published by IIMT University,Ganga Nagar, Meerut-250001
Madan Pal Singh, Sudarshan Kumar, Alka Singla Optical Code Division Multiple Access (OCDMA) is a multiple access technique in which multiple users can access the channel simultaneously and arbitrarily. Many codes have been proposed for spectrally amplitude coded-optical code division multiple accesses (SAC-OCDMA) in order to sort out the problem of Multiple Access Interference (MAI) which is the main cause of degradation for the performance of OCDMA. In our work, code with cross-correlation c value zero has been carried out in order to overcome the problem of both Multiple Access Interference (MAI) and Phase Induced Intensity Noise (PIIN). As the value of cross-correlation c is zero, the effect of PIIN has been ignored and finds out that the performance has been degraded only because of the effect of MAI. Direct detection scheme has been used in the proposed setup and with this scheme we find out that 20 users can achieve the Bit Error Rate (BER) upto 4.21E-19, as performance is degraded by increasing the number of users. Comparison is made between different codes such as Walash Hadmard, Modified Double Weight (MDW), Dynamic Cyclic Shift (DCS) and zero cross correlation (ZCC) Random Diagonal Code (RD). Although RD has cross correlation ( c) value very small, simple code construction and less weight, but still RDC performs better.
Security Information and Event Management published in

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Eva Kostrecova, Helena Bnova The importance of IT security grows year by year. Cyber-attacks are getting more sophisticated, less detectable and our only option is to make the defense stronger and stronger. These attacks are executed from various places in the world and the nature of the Internet itself predicts their global impact. To be successful in detection of such attacks, we need to utilize every possible source of information. The useful source of information is represented by log files that are generated by every major application, service or component of system. For analysis and management of these log files we can use much kind of tools. One of them - Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) - is the subject of this contribution. SIEM is an inseparable part of every information system, which contains sensitive (client) data and can provide one layer of defense, for example zero-day threat detection and immediate alerting. These abilities are inseparable part of every modern security system
Speech Transformation published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Piyush Lotia, Mr. Mohit Kumar Speech transformation is a process of transforming the characteristic of speech uttered by a one speaker i.e. source speaker, such that a listener would believe that the speech was uttered by another speaker i.e. target speaker. We can also say that it is a process of modifying the speech signal of one speaker (source speaker) so that if it had been pronounced by a different speaker(target speaker).Over last few years, the interest in speech transformation has risen significantly due to its wide application. Two main aspects of the transformation problem are speech quality and intonation. The speech quality transformation component of the system has two main parts. The first component transform the spectral envelop and this transformation is done by Gaussian mixture model which is trained on aligned speech from source and target speakers. The second part of the system predicts the spectral details from the transformed LPC parameters. A novel approach is proposed which is based on a classifier and residual codebooks. A listening test shows that the proposed method makes it possible to convert speakers individuality while maintaining high quality.
Studies on Chalcone Derivatives Antioxidant and Stability Constant published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
R. Ravichandran, M. Rajendran*, D. Devapiriam The drug cis-platin development has raised new issues like metal complexes in biochemistry. The modeling of their biochemical properties involves the accurate determination of thermodynamically data, like stability constants. The chalcone 2-hydroxychalcone and 2-hydroxy-3,4-dimethoxychalcone have been synthesized and characterized with FT-IR,1H-NMR, 13C-NMR spectroscopic techniques. By using UV visible spectroscopy method the mole fraction ratio for Copper, Nickel and Zinc with 2-hydroxychalcone and 2-hydroxy-3,4- dimethoxychalcone complexes were determined and it was found to be 1:1. The stability constants of this complex have been determined by Jobs method. The stability constant (Kf) of Copper, Zinc and Nickel with 2-hydroxychalcone complexes in acetate buffer pH = 4.4 were determined to be 8.8 x 105 , 1.34 x 105 and 5.6 x 105 respectively. The Kf of Copper, Zinc and Nickel with 2-hydroxy-3,4- dimethoxychalcone were determined at the same pH and that the values are 5.2 x 105 , 5.4 x 104 and 2.5 x 104 respectively. Antioxidant activity of these chalcones was evaluated by using 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) and 2,2-Azino-bis (3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulfonic acid (ABTS) radicals scavenging methods, which showed that the antioxidant activity of 2-hydroxychalcone has higher value than the 2-hydroxy-3,4-dimethoxychalcone. Semi-empirical study results shows that2-hydroxychalcone have higher dipole moment than 2-hydroxy-3,4-dimethoxychalcone.
Reaction of 2-aminothiophenol with 2,5-dihydro-2,5-dimethoxyfuran : a facile route to a new dihydrobenzothiazine derivative published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Amani Jaafar, Ali Khalaf, Fars Fars, Danielle Gre, Hassan Abdallah, Thierry Roisne, Ren Gre and Ali Hachem Today, there is a big market for steroidal hormones as well as for their derivatives. This review traces the development in steroidal production from the first milligram-scale isolation of the products to their semi-synthesis from sapogenins, their total synthesis and finally their microbial enzymatic preparation from phytosterols.
EXTRACTION AND FORMULATION OF A HERBAL PRODUCT: THE CRUDE FLAVONOID EXTRACT OF GARCINIA KOLA HECKEL (BITTER KOLA) SEEDS INTO LOZENGES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
*Uzondu, Akueyinwa. Lovet. E., Okafo, Sinodukoo. Eziuzo Traditional medicine is the fore runner of modern medicine. There is usually lack of standardization in the methods of extraction and formulation of traditional remedies into dosage forms. The seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel have been chewed and used for medicinal purposes, such as alleviation of mild throat infections. This claim was based on the fact that flavonoids can be extracted from the seeds. This study was set to obtain a crude flavonoid extract from the seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel and to formulate it into lozenges for the treatment of mild throat infections. The seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel were peeled, sun dried to constant weight, and pulverised into coarse powder. Preliminary chemical tests were performed on the powder. Extraction of the crude flavonoid extract was done by maceration at room temperature (28 290C) and by soxhlet apparatus. The extracts were dried and weighed. The powdered extract was formulated into 100mg lozenges. The preliminary chemical tests performed on the powdered seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel revealed the presence of sterols and triterpenes, flavonoids, glycosides, saponins, resins, tannins, starch and proteins. Alkaloids were not detected. The percentage yield of the extract by maceration was higher (12.83%) than by soxhlet extraction (4.6%). The extracts have a characteristic chocolate colour, and were stable at room temperature. This work showed that crude flavonoid extracts can be obtained from Garcinia kola Heckel seeds by eithermaceration or soxhlet extraction methods. The extract can also be conveniently formulated into lozenges.
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS/NUMBER THEORY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mrs. Manju Devi* Discrete mathematics is the study of mathematical structures that are fundamentally discrete rather than continuous. In contrast to real numbers that have the property of varying "smoothly", the objects studied in discrete mathematics such as integers, graphs, and statements do not vary smoothly in this way, but have distinct, separated values. Discrete mathematics therefore excludes topics in "continuous mathematics" such as calculus and analysis. Discrete objects can often be enumerated by integers. More formally, discrete mathematics has been characterized as the branch of mathematics dealing with countable sets(sets that have the same cardinality as subsets of the natural numbers, including rational numbers but not real numbers). However, there is no exact, universally agreed, definition of the term "discrete mathematics." Indeed, discrete mathematics is described less by what is included than by what is excluded: continuously varying quantities and related notions. The set of objects studied in discrete mathematics can be finite or infinite. The term finite mathematics is sometimes applied to parts of the field of discrete mathematics that deals with finite sets, particularly those areas relevant to business. Although the main objects of study in discrete mathematics are discrete objects, analytic methods from continuous mathematics are often employed as well.
Lossless Compression for Compound Documents Based on Block Classification? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
A.Thamarai Selvi, M.Sambath, S.Ravi? Image and video compressions are required to reduce the number of bits needed to represent the content of the original data. Compression of scanned or compound documents and images can be more difficult than the original data because it is a mixture of text, picture and graphics. The main requirement of the compound document or images is quality of the decompressed data. Here Quality is defined as the achievement of the high compression ratio. The degradation of compound image or document compression is based on storage and the transmission of the document. Reduce the storage size and the lossless quality are challenging task. In this proposed method a block-based compression method used for scanned documents (and also video). This paper presents the study on the implementation of Mat lab based on pattern matching algorithm. A high-quality document compressor even with single and multipage document is known as H.264/advanced video coding (AVC). The segmented blocks of data are inputs. Each block is matched to our previous pattern. Then the method H.264/AVC uses the Integer transform to convert resulting is encoded using CABAC. The compressed image or scanned documents are visually lossless with high compression ratio (compare to previous standards). We now describe the desired features and how one can implement them using AVC. The proposed Encoder is more efficient for transform encoding of the residual data.
Rigid External Distraction.cephalometric Evaluation of a Number of Cases. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prof. Dra. Noemi Leiva, Dra. Pamela Agurto, Prof. Dra. Carmen Gloria Morovic, Dra. Loreto Castell Oacute N, Dra. Marcela Salas, Dra. Macarena Rotman Introduction: Maxillaryhypoplasiaisa common strain in patients with cleft lip (CL) and velopalatal cleft (VPC). Distraction osteogenesis has been used to increase maxillary advancement. Methods: Six patients with severe maxillary hypoplasia, CL and VPC were selected. They underwent distraction osteogenesis using a distraction device type RED II, intraoral orthodontic anchorage device and underwent Le Fort I osteotomy. Cephalometric analyses using lateral radiographs were performed pre and postdistraccin. Results: The SNA, ANB and convexity angle increased post distraction and were considered statistically significant. The patients had a positive correction of its horizontal overjet of 10.2 mm. Conclusion: The use of rigid external distraction can reposition a retruded maxillary to the position desired in a very stable way.
Process Design of Semi-Batch Sulfur Trioxide Sulphonator published in

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Greeshma Nair, Avantika Bhargava, Nitika Sharma The term SPENT ACID strikes a chord with most of the people associated to any form of chemical industries. A compilation on the problem of the generation of spent acid, mainly in the processes involving the use of oleum as a sulphonating agent is represented. The causes and the various methods of treating and curbing the spent acid so formed have been analyzed. On the basis of certain experiments conducted and literature surveys carried out, replacing the sulphonating agent from OLEUM to SO3 was zeroed in as the most appropriate solution. This paper is inclusive of the process design data of the proposed semi batch reactor for the sulphonation process involving sparging of the Sulfur trioxide gas in the slurry of the reactant material.
Navigating New Legal Demands For Franchisor Accountability published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Carolyn Plump, Esq., David J. Ketchen Franchising is a relationship wherein one organization (i.e., the franchisor) allows other organizations (i.e., franchisees) to use its brand name, products, and processes in exchange for fees. Because franchising offers franchisors the opportunity to build their brands quickly, it is perhaps not surprising that many firms rely on franchising as a key tool for organization design. One caution about franchising is that its use brings a complex array of legal issues into play. As franchising increases in popularity, so too does the scrutiny paid to this organizational form by the legal system. Indeed, the courts appear to be demanding increased accountability from franchisors. The goal of this Point of View article is to explain how organizations can avoid problems associated with increased accountability and even benefit from it.
Role of Smart Grid in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Hitendrasinh C. Chawda In this paper introduction of smart grid is given. Intelligent components make it possible to work traditional grid smart way by using features like two way communication, self-healing, self-outage recovery, use of smart sensors etc. In this paper efforts have been taken to explain Smart grid and its Elements, benefits of smart grid and how the smart grid is different from traditional grid. Also pilot projects Under R-APDRP scheme in India are discussed for various states. And various companies taking interest for development of smart grid are listed with its contribution of development.
EFFICIENT ACCESS CONTROL SECURITY ASSURANCE IN CLOUD COMPUTING USING BGKM WITH SHAMIR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P. Anantha Nagalakshmi Cloud computing relies on restricting discussing of resources to obtain coherence and financial systems of range, just like an application (like the power grid) over a network. The secure transmitting of details among working together customers should be efficient as well as versatile in order to support accessibility management designs with different granularity levels for different kinds of programs such as protected team interaction, secure powerful co nference meetings, and the selective or hierarchical accessibility management published details. Accessibility management of short end users in cloud computing using Attribute - Set - Based - Encryption (ASBE) with an requested structure of clients is not prefer able for multi user access control in cloud computing. In this paper the first provably protected Broadcast Group Key Management (BGKM) plan is used where each user in a team stocks a key with the reliable key server and the following re - keying for be a pa rt of or leaving of customers needs only one transmitted concept. Out plan meets all the specifications set down for an effective GKM plan and needs no change to key stocks current customers have. We evaluate the security of our BGKM plan and evaluate it with the current BGKM techniques.
Cyclopeptide Alkaloids of Zizyphus Rugosa published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jagdish P. Singh, Siddarth Raghubanshi and AbhimanyuYadava Threecyclopeptidealkaloids,Nummularine-M, Nummularine-N and Rugosanine- C has been isolated from the root bark Zizyphusrugosa and their structures were established by spectral avidences. This is the first report of Nummularine-M and Nummularine-N in Z.rugosa. Rugosanine-C is a new 14-membered cyclopeptide alkaloid.
DYNAMISM OF RHIZOSPHERE ORGANISM IN THE ENHANCEMENT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jaylakshmi Hazra*, Arup Kumar Mitra Rhizosphere includes many microorganisms which show different types of interactions with the soil. Rhizospheric effect is more in bacteria than any other soil microorganisms. Rhizospheres help in bioremediation. Some bacteria namely Pseudomonas, Aerobacter, Agrobacterium have the ability to solubilize the insoluble inorganic phosphates like tricalcium phosphate, rock phosphate etc. Some enzyme producing microorganisms like Triticum viridae which produces cellulase and chitinase degrades cellulose and chitin respectively. In the rhizospheric soil some nitrogen fixing bacteria are found like Azorhizobium, Allorhizobium, Rhizobium. Some free-living bacteria found helps in the plant growth. Some organic acid producing fungi like Aspergillus niger which produces citric acid is used as blood anti coagulant, descaler etc. These organic acid producing fungi have many economical uses like tanning and leather industry, plastic, cosmetic industry. Siderospores are present which are iron-chelating protectant produced by all aerobic rhizospheric organism.
Financial Performance of Digital Banking Sector in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
M. Siddarth The banking sector is the one of important in financing general thinking which builds much of the financial performance in the modern digital world, growing financial performance lead to improving better functions of an organization. The main objective of this article is to know about the financial performance of Indian public sector banks in the random banks have been selected for the study. Financially stabilized manner some of the variables selected for the study to interpret financial performances like loans and advances, assets, equity shareholder capital, deposits, and net profit margin. M. Siddarth "Financial Performance of Digital Banking Sector in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18719.pdf
HUMAN CAPITAL AND MOTIVATIONAL FEATURES IN MODERN BELARUS published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Bazyleva Marina The subject of analysis is human capital and motivation factors in the Republic of Belarus. The purpose of the study is to determine the nature of human capital and the determination of his motivating factors. PURPOSE: To determine the nature of human capital, to characterize the place of motivational components in his system, to identify the factors that motivate staff to highly productive labor. Research methods - a system common scientific and private methods of cognition. Results: The definition of the essence of human capital characterize the motivation to work as an essential element of human capital and to consider the role of material motives in its formation. The factors were considered such as GDP per capita, the share of wages in the produced GDP, the share of minimum wages in GDP, unemployment, unemployment benefits, especially pension system. Scope results - activities of management in the field of labor relations. Conclusions: In order to increase the motivational components of human capital necessary to pay attention to the GDP growth, increasing the share of wages in the produced GDP, increase of minimum wages in GDP, improving the mechanism of regulation of the labor market in terms of unemployment and improving the pension system.
A NOVEL AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM FOR LIMITED USER GROUP ON SOCIAL NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
J.Adamkani*, Dr.K.Nirmala Social networks are a characteristic role of today's Internet user and it is utilized by more than a billion peoples around the world. Social networks permit individuals to impart thoughts and their substance to their friends and others. This interaction and correspondence uncovers a considerable measure of data, frequently including individual data unmistakable to any individual who needs to view it. Once in a while social network users also suffer from some security issues data annoying and pernicious actives over social groups. So as to give security in social locales with nature, a novel security algorithm has been proposed. Block unwanted users from joining in the LUG based on the profile of the user. This will block unwanted contents and users in the LUG; access the user profile, social behaviors and their friend’s information before allowing them. The exploration of this work endeavors to incorporate a combinatory methodology in a parametric study on the security angles. The primary element taken for the exploration is the sorts of limited user forums, for example, adult users, minor users, business users etc. This factor will be combined with the type of security measure known as token based. With this combination a number of parameters will be obtained in SNS. The exploration work will endeavor at improving the security with ease of use in SNS. In the event that the user from the group posts any undesirable information, then the user will be blacklisted. For each user in the group reputation score will be ascertained. In light of the score, they will permit to get to the group content.
GASTRO-CYTOPROTECTIVE AND HEALING EFFECTS OF THE STEM BARKS AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF ANTHOCLEISTA SCHWEINFURTHII GILG (LOGANIACEAE) ON GASTRIC ULCERS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Christophe Mezui1*, Frida Longo1, Celine Nkenfou1, Perfusion A. Amang3, Ntsayo Fokou1 and Paul V. Tan2 Anthocleista schweinfurthii is used in the traditional management of gastro-duodenal ulcers; this led us to evaluate the gastro-cytoprotective and healing effects of this plant. Anti-ulcer activity of the stem barks aqueous extract of Anthocleista schweinfurthii (EAS) was evaluated using five methods: HCl/ethanol; indomethacin - HCl/ethanol; Absolute ethanol; Pylorus-ligated (acute gastric lesions), and Acetic acid-induced chronic ulcers in rats. The parameters assessed were mucus production; gastric ulcer index; pH, acid concentration and volume of gastric contents. Sucralfate, cimetidine and ranitidine were used as the reference anti-ulcer drugs. In all cases, oral administration of EAS (250 and 500mg/kg), dose-dependently, prevented gastric lesion formation (p<0.001). Generally, this cytoprotective action was accompanied by significant increases in gastric mucus production. Intraperitoneal indomethacin (30mg/kg) significantly reduced mucus production but did not reduce the cytoprotective effect. In pylorus ligation, the extract did not reduce acidity and volume of gastric juice compared to controls. All doses of the extract showed a highly significant (p<0.001) reduction of ulceration with a healing rate over 90%. Present study indicates that A. schweinfurthii possesses significant anti-ulcer activity and these results are substantiated by the histopathological examination of the ulcerated stomachs.
Middle Aortic Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of the Literature published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Chatzistamatioy EI*, Moustakas GN, Avgeropoulou C, Androulakis A, Tousoulis D, Kallikazaros IE Coarctation of the aorta is a relatively common defect that accounts for 5-8% of all congenital heart defects and is characterized by discrete medial thickening with superimposed neointimal tissue, leading to aortic lumen narrowing of different degrees. Today’s knowledge is that the majority of lesions are juxtaductal, with the classic coarctation located in the thoracic aorta distal to the origin of the left subclavian artery at about the level of the ductal structure [1]. However, a coarcted segment may be present in the distal descending thoracic or abdominal aorta and is referred as Middle Aortic Syndrome (MAS). This entity is extremely rare, representing only 0.5-2% of all aortic coarctation cases [2], with total number of published patients not exceeding three hundred. Congenital, acquired, inflammatory, and infectious etiologies have been proposed.
Acceptability and Compliance of Weekly Iron-Folic Acid Supplementation Among Young Collegiate Girls (17-18 Years) Under Free Living Conditions published in

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Divya Soni,Anupa Siddhu,Priyanka Gupta Bansal,G.S.Toteja Anaemia is a major public health concern inflicting both developed and developing countries. According to NFHS-3, the prevalence of anaemia is 55.8% among ever-married women aged 15-19 years. The present study was undertaken to assess the acceptability and compliance of weekly iron-folic acid supplementation (WIFS) among 111 young collegiate girls aged 17-18 years under free living conditions and to assess their haematological status. Overall prevalence of anaemia was 49.5%, whereas serum ferritin and vitamin B12 deficiency was 45% and 63.3% respectively. IEC sessions were conducted to explain about anaemia, the importance and benefits of consumption of WIFS. Focus group discussions (FGDs) were conducted to elicit information on the attitudes and perceptions with respect to WIFS. Amongst 111 collegiate girls, only 45 girls volunteered to consume the supplements. Compliance with IFA supplementation was studied over a period of 5 weeks and very few side effects were reported. Efficacious counselling and supervision helps in reaching higher rate of compliance.
Gender Discrimination and Violence Against Women Entrepreneurs published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Annapurna Dixit, Alok Kumar Pandey In the present paper an attempt has been made to analyse the gender discrimination with women entrepreneurs in informal sector. The study has been conducted in Uttar Pradesh. Data has been collected from 935 women entrepreneurs in the informal sector on the basis of well developed questionnaire. Summary: Majority of the women entrepreneurs (57.5%) working in informal sector are literate. 31.4 percent reported that they face physical violence inside the house, 30.9 percent faced before marriage, 27.8 percent faced violence outside the house and 9.9 percent faced physical violence after marriage. As far as discrimination is concerned, majority of the women entrepreneurs (70.1 %) reported that they do not face discrimination for being a woman.
Corporate Leverage and its Impact on Profitability published in

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Dr.D.VIJAYALAKSHMI, Dr. PADMAJA MANOHARAN Profitability plays an essential role in leverage decision. In general, the profitable companies are able to tolerate high level of debt, by virtue of their ability to meet the financial obligations on time. The profit earning companies can easily add more debt in their capital structure. Diversified sector is a capital intensive sector, where greater prominence has been given in designing the capital structure. Hence, the present paper makes an attempt to examine the impact of leverage on profitability of diversified sector for the period 1995-96 to 2009-10. A panel data approach has been applied to analyse the data. The study reveals that the leverage has a significant influence on profitability.
The Role of Capital Accumulation in the Evolution of Total Factor Productivity in Spain published in

International Productivity Monitor

Published by Centre for the Study of Living Standards
Francisco Pérez and Eva Benages GDP growth in Spain was strong for much of the last half century, whereas the country’s productivity performance during these years has been mediocre. The reasons for this situation have frequently been analysed with the focus on labour productivity. But, as this article highlights, the evolution of capital productivity should also be taken into account when looking for explanations for poor productivity performance. This article analyses the sources of growth in the Spanish economy, in comparison with major economies, and takes into account the effects that the improvements in the measurement of inputs (labour and capital) have on TFP estimates. Once problems are identified and the role played by labour and capital is evaluated, the paper analyses the possible causes for the negative results in terms of productivity in Spain and what policies can be considered to improve it.
ABOUT ONE FAST-CHANGING CHARACTERISTIC EQUATION SPECTRAL PROBLEMS FOR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF SECOND ORDER published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Vladimir Nikolayevich Kestelman; Abdizhahan Manapovich Sarsenbi The paper discusses some of the solutions of the characteristic equation of the spectral problem. Solutions obtained by numerical methods.
Detail Analysis of Micro Finance Sector published in

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Prof. J. K. Tandon, Jayendra Chaturvedi, Jyoti Chaturvedi Microfinance sector has grown rapidly over the past few decades. Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus is credited with laying the foundation of the modern MFIs with establishment of Grameen Bank, Bangladesh in 1976. Today it has evolved into a vibrant industry exhibiting a variety of business models. Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) in India exist as NGOs (registered as societies or trusts), Section 25 companies and Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs). Commercial Banks, Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), cooperative societies and other large lenders have played an important role in providing refinance facility to MFIs. Banks have also leveraged the Self-Help Group (SHGs) channel to provide direct credit to group borrowers. This Paper involved study of the past literatures about the microfinance sector, related online research papers and journals. The study also involved survey of all MFIs in the state of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh through field visits and online survey. The annual reports and the sector reports published by regulatory bodies, MFI associations and major microfinance players facilitated the study, especially in understanding the size, growth and past trends. Interactions with some of the industry experts helped in understanding and analysing the emerging concerns in the microfinance sector and also to look for some possible solutions.
EFFECT OF APPLICATION OF COMPOST AND PHOSPHOBACTERIA ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM MILL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
D. Kavitha*1, A. Annadurai2, S. Ahmed John2 and A. Saravanan1 The tomato want to seeds were shown to the different pots containing different concentration of the compost and Phosphobacteria sterilized soil without application of compost or Phosphobacteria are maintained as control.When the sampling were 45 days old the morphometric parameters, above and below ground biomass, biomolecules were analyzed to find the effect of application of compost and Phosphobacteria on the growth of the plant. In this context the present study aims to increase the vegetable crops production with the application of Bio fertilizer and compost application to avoid chemical pollution. The next phase of the study the soil were sterilized completely with stream sterilization, compost and Phosphobacteria were mixed with different concentration to compare the effect of compost and Phosphobacteria on the growth and development of plants.
ANTI-Ige: An Overview published in

Global Journal of Allergy

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Arzu Didem Yalcin* and Academia Sinica Asthma is common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways characterised by variable and attacks of cough and breathlesness, usually precipitated by an enviromental trigger (air pollution, smoke, etc). The prevalence and severity for allergic asthma have increased markedly in the last several decades. Dysregulated expression patterns of pro- and anti inflammatory mechanisms are thought to be responsible for the development of chronic inflammation. The risk of developing asthma has a strong genetic component, with estimated heritability ranging from 35 to 85%. The mechanism of action of Omalizumab in the treatment of asthma is believed to be multifactorial.
INNOVATION POLICY OF BELARUS: ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL DYNAMICS published in

University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Bogdan Nina The article considers the problems of the formation of innovation policy in the conditions of global world. Results of innovation activities in Belarus in the context of international indicators of innovation are analyzed and prove that in spite of preserving considerable scientific and technical potential, results do not return the expenses and technocratic approach in the stimulation of innovation processes is preserved. Presence of system breakdowns, asymmetry of information in the realization of innovation support mechanisms are theoretically substantiated, conceptual grounds for the extension of approach to the formation of innovation policy are proposed. Aim of research: determining directions of increasing effectiveness of Belarus innovation policy. In this connection, special attention is paid to the theoretical and practical problems of innovation policy which influence its effectiveness: – determination of preconditions for the state interference in the innovation activities; – identification of the main spheres of state innovation policy; – specification of peculiarities of modern innovations determining the directions and set of instruments of innovation policy; – assessment of effectiveness of innovation policy measures in the context of international indicators of innovations. Methods of research: the main methods included economic analysis and synthesis, comparison and generalization. Results of research: approbation of the system of innovation indicators for determining effectiveness of innovation policy, taking into account the practice of international comparisons, shows that its application permits to analyze strengths and weaknesses of measures directed at the formation of modern innovation system and provides the possibility to develop new directions of innovation policy. The research shows that to adapt the innovation policy of Belarus to the challenges of globalization, the following policy directions which in current conditions require special attention of the state shall be outlined: – general economic conditions determining the attractiveness of direct foreign investments; – scientific, technical and innovation policy including instruments of supporting investments in science by the entrepreneurial sector and strengthening connection between science and real sector of economy; – policy in the sphere of intellectual property; – policy of human resources development, including mechanisms of providing employee mobility, – harmonization of innovation indicators with the international standards, – integration of the national innovation systems in the global networks.
The Production of Instant Powder Fermented Soy Food Supplement Enriched with Rice Bran published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sri Kumalaningsih Fermented soy bean or tempe has been documented as source of vegetable protein and consumed mainly by most Indonesian people living in Java Island. However due to having short storage life and also lack of vitamin and mineral become the main hindrance to develop the utilization of this product. The processing of fermented soy bean into probiotic powder supplement enriched with rice bran has been searched. Three stages of experiments were carried out. The first stage was to find out the effect of fermentation time on the characteristic and total microbial load of fermented soy bean. A single factor with six levels 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 hours with four replications were used to carry out this study. The second stage of experiment was to find out the effect of temperature and emulsifier concentration on the characteristic and storage life of the fermented powder food supplement. A randomize block design was used to carried out this study. The temperature at three levels 50, 55 and 60ºC as the first factor and emulsifier tween 80 concentration at two levels 0.3 and 0.4 w w as the second factor, all the treatments were repeated three times. Result from the first stage shown that the fermentation time of 12 hours has the highest total microbial load of 0.8x108 cells ml while the protein content was 2.894 w w, fat content 1.2209 w w, pH 3.6 and the ash content of 0.57 w w. Result from the second stage shown that the temperature of 500C and tween 80 at a concentration level of 0.3 w w, has total microbe of 0.24x108 cells ml and 282.67 mg 100 g isoflavone. The powder enriched with rice bran has a significant role to increase the body weight of rats. After 15 days of feeding the rats body weight increased about 30 w w. Sri Kumalaningsih "The Production of Instant Powder Fermented Soy Food Supplement Enriched with Rice Bran" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18722.pdf
Dynamic Authentication System for Consumer Product Using Quick Response Code in Mobile Cloud Computing Environment published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. V. Malathi, Mrs. M. Hemalatha The objective of the work is to propose dynamic authentication system for consumer product using quick response (QR) code in mobile cloud computing environment. Product Authentication is one of the fundamental procedures to ensure the standard and quality of any product in the market. Counterfeit products are often offered to consumers as being authentic. In recent years, extensive research has been carried out on vision-based automatic identification technology that recognizes image codes using a camera phone, and then provides various services. A novel method ensures that the task is made as simple with the help of a camera enabled mobile phone supported with QR (Quick Response) Code Reader. We propose a model whereby the application in the mobile phone decodes the captured coded image and sends it through the Cloud Data Management Interface for authentication. The system then forwards the message to product manufacturers data center or any central database and the response received from the cloud enables the consumer to decide on the products authenticity
Combined Application of Percutaneous Extracorporeal Lung Assistance System Together with Catheter-Directed Therapy for the Rescue of Massive Pulmonary Embolism after Failed Systemic Thrombolysis published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by peertechz publications
Eva-Maria Brandner*, Armin Huber, Karl-Ludwig Laugwitz and Tareq Ibrahim A 56 year-old, formerly healthy man, who had undergone surgery of the shoulder joint earlier that same day, was presented at our department with a sudden onset of severe dyspnea and thoracic pain. Clinical fi ndings were central cyanosis, a heart rate of 120 bpm, a blood pressure of 100/70 mmHg and a decreased peripheral oxygen saturation of 89%. Prompt computed tomography revealed a massive, bilateral pulmonary embolism (Figure 1a-c).
Elastic behavior of NiMgCuZn Ferrites in order to study the Phase Transitions published in

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N.VARALAXMI, K.V.SIVAKUMAR This work investigates the elastic properties of NiMgCuZn ferrites. Ferrite samples were fabricated by means of the conventional double sintering technique. Magenesium nickel zinc and iron oxides were used as raw materials. The samples were sintered at 12500 C, The samples were then characterized by the X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) techniques. All these samples showed the formation of singlephase cubic spinel structure. The studies were carried out on the effect of temperature on the longitudinal modulus NiMgCuZnFe2O4 within temperature range 30oC to 360oC. A brief review of the important investigations carried out on the elastic behavior of different materials is listed out along a brief review of the different experimental techniques, employed to study the elastic behavior of solid materials is presented in this section with necessary theory. In the present investigation, the two composite piezoelectric resonator methods have been used. Results and discussions on the measurement of thermo elastic behavior of the present NiMgCuZnFe2O4 samples are discussed in all the series studied. Studies on these NiMgCuZn ferrites are under examination were developed for their possible application as core materials for microinductor applications.
Clinical Applications of Metabolomics in Diabetes Research published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Seema Ahad Diabetes mellitus is a multi-factorial disorder related to a dysregulated metabolism. a holistic technique emphasizing each of the person factors with regards to finish pathophysiology of the disease is vital to our information of this heterogeneous disorder. numerous technical advances inside the area of purposeful genomics which include metabolomics and proteomics useful resource in comprehending the nation of the overall organic machine and for this reason can be applied to decipher the complicated interactions among additives of the metabolic machine in human diabetes. above-referred to strategies combined with a fixed of bioinformatics equipment and available databases goal to profile big selection of proteins and metabolites repertoire in humans. the accurate and comprehensive measurements of those molecules is hired to analyze complicated interactions of metabolites and proteins now not simplest amongst themselves but additionally with genes, transcripts and other small molecules to decipher cell microenvironment and the results due to drug intervention. this assessment gives an overview of the applications of metabolomics in human diabetes studies. we additionally talk the ability of combining exceptional bioinformatics tools with the omics technique to improve the medical expertise closer to discovery of biomarkers to monitor and adjust general human fitness with appreciate to the deregulated metabolic state, a function of diabetes mellitus. Seema Ahad"Clinical Applications of Metabolomics in Diabetes Research" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8360.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biochemistry/8360/clinical-applications-of-metabolomics-in-diabetes-research/seema-ahad
Review of Experimental Analysis of IVT for Light Weight Vehicle by Using Three Different Masses published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
Randomized Vitamin D Supplementation in Vitamin D Deficient Obese Children from West Virginia published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Yoram Elitsur* and Deborah L Preston Objective: Vitamin D (Vit D) defi ciency is a very common problem in obese children, but clinical guidelines for maintenance or treatment have not been published for this population. The aim was to assess the benefi t of 2 months Vit D supplementation given to defi cient obese children from WV. Design: Vit D defi cient obese children were prospectively recruited. Exclusion criteria included <8 years, and medical conditions that may affect Vit D homeostasis. Participants were randomized into two supplement groups: 5,000IU/day (Group A) or 50,000IU/week (Group B). Serum 25(OH)D levels were measured at baseline and post-treatment. Results: Sixty obese children were screened of whom 39 (65%) were defi cient (<20ng/ml). Of the 39 recruited, 26 completed the study. The mean serum 25(OH)D after 2 months treatment were signifi cantly higher in Group B (p= 0.02), but most reached normal levels (>30ng/ml). Conclusions: Two months Vit D supplementation (5000IU/day or 50,000IU/week) was suffi cient to normalize 25(OH)D levels in Vit D defi cient obese West Virginian children.
FEATURES OF THE RUSSIAN MARKET OF COFFEE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik; Natalia Mihaylovna Olah Analyzed the main characteristics of the coffee market in Russia. Depicts the main trends of coffee consumption. Analyzed the countrys share in the global market.
HAEMATINIC ACTIVITY OF DHASADEEBAAKINI CHOORANAM (A SIDDHA HERBO-MINERAL FORMULATION) IN PHENYL HYDRAZINE INDUCED ANAEMIC RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Subashini*, S.Gandhimathi, F.R. Shameem Anaemia is the most widespread nutritional problem in the world and is predominant in children, particularly in developing countries like India. Untreated anaemia may manifest as fatigue, reduced immunity, impaired memory and decreased quality of life. The gross incidence of anaemia in India called for formulation of an effective and safe traditional drugs to treat anaemia. One such medicine mentioned in the Siddha system of medicine is Dhasadeebaakini Chooranam . Hence, the present study was aimed to validate the haematinic activity of Dhasadeebaakini Chooranamin phenyl hydrazine induced anaemic rats. Anaemia was induced by an oral administration of phenyl hydrazine for a period of 5 days. The trial drugwas administered at the various dose levels of 200 mg/kg and 400 mg/kg orally to the animals for 14 days. Hb, RBC, PCV, MCV, MCH were analysed as indices of anaemia. Phenyl hydrazine significantly decreases the haematological parameters. After 14 days of treatment with the trial drug significantly reverse the haematological parameters and come towards the decreased values into normal levels. This result supports the traditional practice of Dhasadeebaakini Chooranam to treat anaemia.
Structural Equation Modeling: Identifying key factors for Achievement of Students in Higher Education published in

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T Leo Alexander,S Xavier Evaluation is the formal determination of the quality or effectiveness of programme or curriculum. Evaluation of students achievement is very essential since it serves as a basis on which education decisions concerning students are made. Achievement is one of the most important factors among the higher education students. In this study the relationship among self esteem, aspiration, work plan and achievement of higher education students is investigated. Totally 200 random samples were collected from four colleges in Chennai city and it is analyzed by using AMOS 16.0 software package. The importance of the self esteem, aspiration, work plan and achievement are discussed in this study.
GSM BTS RADIATION WITHIN COMMUNITIES ONDO - CITY, NIGERIA AS A CASE STUDY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
E. O. Ogunti* he nature o f communication base stations entails t he emission of non - ionizing radiation due to the presence of transmitting and receiving antennas mounted on them. When the values of charges are varied harmonically with time, antenna tend to release energy, which is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the antenna. Several government regulates the level of energy that an antenna can release to the environment. This study attempts to assess the compliance of communication providers with regulations and the underlying health impli cations of the variation in radiations with respect to distance from different base stations. Furthermore, the work adopted mathematical methods to analyze the radiation pattern around base stations from different communication networks. The study revealed the pr esence of high radiation level from all the base station in the stud ied area. Therefore , H - field tool is critical to radiation measurement from the RF base station because of its simplicity . The study concluded that agencies of government should put in pla ce information and awareness - raising campaigns on the risks of potentially harmful long - term biological effects on the environment and on human health of radiation, especially targeting children, teenagers and y oung people of reproductive age.
A Study on The Significance of Branding Towards Oral Care Products With Reference to Coimbatore City published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
MR. J. PRASATH,MR.R. KANAGARAJ Branding has emerged as a top management priority in the last decade due to the growing realization that brands are one of the most valuable intangible assets that firms have. Driven in part by this intense industry interest, academic researchers have explored a number of different brand-related topics in recent years, generating scores of papers, articles, research reports, and books. This paper identifies some of the influential work in the branding area, highlighting what has been learned from an academic perspective on important topics such as significance of branding. The paper also outlines some gaps that exist in the research of branding and formulates a series of related research questions. Choice modeling implications of the branding concept and the challenges of incorporating main and interaction effects of branding as well as the impact of competition are discussed. Much research progress has been made in the study of branding, but many opportunities still exist.
PENGARUH WAKTU DRY MILLING TERHADAP KARAKTERISTIK DAN SIFAT MAGNET PERMANEN ND-FE-B published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
William William, Tua Raja Simbolon, Herli Ginting, Prijo Sardjono, Muljadi Muljadi Telah dilakukan proses penghalusan serpihan NdFeB dengan menggunakan metode dry milling dalam atmosfir gas inert dengan menggunakan gas Nitrogen (N2) dengan bahan awal yang digunakan berupa serpihan NdFeB dengan waktu milling yang divariasikan selama 8 jam, 16 jam, 24 jam dan 48 jam. Besaran magnetik yang diukur adalah koersivitas (Hc), induksi remanensi magnetik (Br) dan energi produk maksimum (BHmaks). Proses preparasi sampel dimulai dengan penghalusan serpihan dengan berbagai variasi waktu milling, dicetak dengan gaya 7 tonf selama 2 menit, dan dengan ditambahkan bahan perekat celuna sebanyak 3 wt%, hingga membentuk pelet dengan diameter ±1,6 cm. Selanjutnya sampel pelet di heat treatment selama 1 jam pada suhu 170ᵒC dan setelah itu dilakukan coating pada sampel. Sampel pelet yang telah melalui proses heat treatment, dimagnetisasi dengan impulse magnetizer pada tegangan 1500V DC. Sampel pelet yang telah dimagnetisasi diukur fluks density menggunakan Gaussmeter. Dari nilai densitas fluks magnet sampel, diperoleh sampel terbaik yaitu sampel hasil milling selama 48 jam pada suhu heat treatment 170ᵒC dan diperoleh fluks magnet sebesar 485,8 Gauss. Koersivitas pelet NdFeB yaitu 1,171 kOe dan BHmaks sebesar 0,62 MGOe. Kata-kata kunci: NdFeB, heat treatment, dry milling, gas inert Abstract Particle refining process of flakes NdFeB by dry milling method within an inert gas atmosphere using Nitrogen gas (N2) with based material was flakes NdFeB and with milling time parameters were variated for 8 hours, 16 hours, 24 hours and 48 hours had been done. The measured magnetic properties were coercivity (Hc), remanence (Br) and maximum energy product (BHmax). The preparation raw material process was started with particle refining with milling time variety, then it was pressed with 7 tonf force for 2 minutes and with added adhesive celuna as much as 3 wt% up to become pellets form with a diameter ±1.6 cm. Further the pellet samples were given heat treatment for 1 hour at temperature 170ᵒC and after that all the samples were coated. Pellet samples that have been done heat treatment, were magnetized with the impulse magnetizer in 1500V DC voltage. Pellet sample that had been magnetized ,its flux density was measured by using a Gaussmeter. From the magnetic flux density sample value, the best sample that obtained was the sample in milling time for 48 hours at heat treatment’s temperature was 170ᵒC and obtained magnetic flux density at 485.8 Gauss. The NdFeB pellet coercivity was 1.171 kOe and the BHmax was 0.62 MGOe. Keywords: NdFeB, heat treatment , dry milling , inert gas
MOLECULAR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION AT RADIATION AND HETEROGENEOUS TRANSFORMATION OF WATER UNDER INFLUENCE OF GAMMA-QUANTA ON MICRO DIMENSIONAL BERYLLIUM OXIDE+ADSORBED WATER SYSTEM published in

Azerbaijan Chemical Journal

Published by M.Nagiyev Institute of Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry
Y.D.Jafarov, N.K.Ramazanova, S.R.Gadjiyeva, K.T.Eyubov The quantity, accumulation rate and radiation–chemical yield of the molecular hydrogen received at radiation and heterogeneous transformation of water under an influence of gamma-quanta (60Co, P=18.17 rad/s, T=300 K) on the system of BeO (with a particle size of d<4, 32–53 and 75–106 µм)+adsorbed water have been investigated. According to the particles sizes of d<4, 32–53 and 75–106 µм the maximum radiation – chemical yield (at values of level of filling of a particles surface θ=4) of molecular hydrogen makes G(H2)=6.4, 3.81 and 2.8 molecules/100eV. The made experiments show that in the system of micro BeO (with a size of particles of d<4 µм)+H2O, the radiation –chemical yield of molecular hydrogen is directly proportional to level of filling of a particles surface at θ<2, and at θ ≥2 the growth slows down
Health, Hygine and Health Care Among Rural Women in Cuddalore District published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Maya Raveendran | Dr. Kirubakaran Samuel The present study aimed to know the "health, hygine and health care among rural women in Cuddalore district". 100 samples were selected stratified random in Cuddalore district. Samples were selected from rural area. 100 samples are selected, 25 from each area. An analysis of the problems faced by rural women about general health would help us to reorient our health programmes in a meaningful way. Most of the beneficiaries faced problems regarding inaccessible health education, low income, high cost of nutritive foods in maintaining health practices. Hygiene awareness plays an important role in preventing various communicable diseases It demands the, concerns to provide proper education, low cost technology and strengthening the existing health facilities. health awareness among health care facilities in rural women. Hence, the most of the respondents are drinking water have high health awareness among health care facilities in rural women. Maya Raveendran | Dr. Kirubakaran Samuel"Health, Hygine and Health Care Among Rural Women in Cuddalore District" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15818.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/sociology/15818/health-hygine-and-health-care-among-rural-women-in-cuddalore-district/maya-raveendran
Electronic Surveillance published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Gauri Phadtare | Anushree Goud There have been research on the CCTV (closed circuit television) for safety purpose as an investigative tool. Using CCTV was associated with very significantly increased chance of crime have been solved for all crime types. Evidences like images are most likely used to catch the person who did the crime, the usefulness of CCTV is limited by several factors ,mostly the public areas are not covered .This research paper is on all about how CCTV has been useful for humans for secure and safety purpose. Electronic Surveillance features of society globally , this paper also focus on healthcare context. This paper is based on what I have researched while searching topic on Electronics Surveillance. Gauri Phadtare | Anushree Goud"Electronic Surveillance" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14335.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/14335/electronic-surveillance/gauri-phadtare
Dynamic Stability Enhancement of Power System Using Fuzzy Power System Stabilizer Under Different Loading Conditions published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chandrashekhar P K, Srivani S G, Shyam Sundar S and Rashmi The power system is dynamic in nature and is constantly being subjected to disturbances. It enters into dynamic instability when there is an imbalance between generation and varying load demand which calls for use of Power System Stabilizer (PSS). PSS is a device which provides additional signal to the voltage regulator derived from speed deviation, excitation deviation and accelerating power for damping critical oscillations. The PSS used should be capable to produce appropriate stabilizing signals against a wide range of operating conditions and disturbances. For this purpose, a PSS based on fuzzy logic control under multi-operating conditions is proposed in this paper. The performance of Fuzzy Logic based PSS(FLPSS) applied to Single Machine Infinite Bus (SMIB) system is studied for three different operating conditions; nominal load, heavy load and fault condition in transmission line. For Fuzzy PSS, speed deviation and acceleration are taken as input. The system is simulated in SIMULINK platform and its dynamic response is analyzed for system without PSS and with PSS. The results are compared for system with Conventional PSS and Fuzzy Logic PSS.
ACUTE AND SUB ACUTE TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF HYPERICUM HOOKERIANUM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Badarunisha1, Yalaga Rama Rao2and Uma Devi P 2* and Mohammed Rafiqkhan1 Herbal drugs are playing an important role in health care all over the world, especially in developing countries because they are being cheap, locally available and consider being safe. But the natural origin may not signify that they are safe. Hypericum Hookerianum is a medicinal plant traditionally used to treat various diseases across the world. However, there is no toxicological information available regarding its safety after exposure. The present study was designed to evaluate potential toxicity of an ethanolic extract of Hypericum Hookerianum after acute and sub-acute administration in swiss albino mice. In the acute toxicity study, mice were treated with ethanolic extract by oral gavage at a single dose level of 4000mg/kg body weight according to OECD 425. Animals were observed periodically and thereafter for 28 days. In the acute toxicity study, the ethanolic extract of Hh was administered orally at doses of 200, 400 and 800 mg/kg body weight daily for 28 days in swiss albino mice. The effects on clinical signs, body weight and organ weight were studied. No mortality was observed, but clinical signs like abdominal breathing, scratching and tremors were observed. No statistical significant data in body weight and organ weight were observed. No-observed-adverse-effect-level (NOEL) of the extract is considered to be up to 4000 mg kg-1 day-1 for 28 days in mice.
Effect of Different Trainings on Speed and Dribbling Performance Among Intercollegiate Basketball Players published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. Kalidasan, Dr. A. S. Nageswaran The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of different trainings on speed and dribbling performance among intercollegiate basketball players. To achieve the purpose of the study, 30 male basketball players were randomly selected as participants from Bharathidasan University affiliated colleges. The selected participants were divided into three groups such as Group I underwent weight training (n=10), Group II underwent plyometric training (n=10) and Group III underwent combined training (n=10). The experimental groups I, II& III was subjected to eight weeks weight training, plyometric training, and combined training respectively. The training was given 3days per week on alternate days every training session lasted for 45 to 60 minutes in addition to their regular training programme. The participants of all groups were tested on Speed and dribbling prior to and after the training period. The data were collected by administering 50 Meters Run for Speed and Johnson basketball skill test for dribbling. The pre-test data were collected two days before the training program and the post-test data were collected two days after the training program. The data collected from pre-test and post-test experimentation on Speed and dribbling before and after the training period and statistically analyzed by using dependent t test and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was applied to find out significant difference if any between the experimental group. It was concluded that, there was a significant improvement and significant different exist due to the effect of weight training, plyometric training and combined training on speed and dribbling performance among intercollegiate basketball players.
TO CORRELATE THE CLINICAL FEATURES, HISTOPATHOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY WITH EGFR/ALK MUTATION AND TREATMENT RESPONSE IN NSCLC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*1Ms. Vidhi H. Prajapati, 2Dr. Jayant B. Dave, 3Dr.Chirag J. Desai Aim &Objective: To correlate the clinical features, histopathology and epidemiology with EGFR/ALK mutation and treatment response in NSCLC. Settings And Design: Single centric, retrospective & prospective study. Material &Method: Prospective and retrospective, single centric 6 months study in which 25 NSCLC patients were screened and subjected to EGFR/ALK mutation testing. The treatment with TKIs was generally decided based on EGFR/ALK mutation results and the standard practice at the clinic.During study, demographic details, clinical features and histopathological data of the patients were collected. Results: Incidence of NSCLC was significantly higher in male (64%) than female (36%). The incidence of EGFR mutation +Veand ALK mutation +Ve was 28% and was 8% respectively. Out of that 24% male & 4% female were EGFR mutation +Ve while 0% male & 8% female were ALK mutation +Ve. The proportion of non-smokers was higher than smokers(68% vs 32%) in the patients studied. The EGFR and ALK mutation did not differ significantly between high and low risk groups viz smokers-nonsmokers, tobacco consumers-non consumers. From 25 patients, 24(96%) had adenocarcinoma & only 1 had squamous cell carcinoma. The clinical benefit rate was 100% with TKI as well as chemotherapy. The progression free survival (PFS) appeared longer with chemotherapy than EGFR TKI (7.5 vs 4 months). The response of ALK TKI was measured by percentageresponse rate (100%) & PFS(5 months) in ALK +ve patients. Conclusion: There was no significant difference between different risk factors and EGFR/ALK occurrence. The response rate was good with TKI as well as chemotherapy as measured by %RR & PFS. The response of ALK TKI was quite good.
Bioefficacy studies of chlorimuron ethyl 25% WP in transplanted rice and its effect on soil microflora in inceptisol of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
R. DAS, R. K. GHOSH, S. BERA AND R. PODDAR A field experiment was conducted at Kalyani 'C' Block Farm, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya during kharif seasons of 2012-13 and 2013-14 to study the bioefficacy of Chlorimuron Ethyl 25% WP on transplanted rice cv. Shatabdi (IET 4786) in Inceptisol of West Bengal. Chlorimuron Ethyl 25% WP from @ 3.0 - 12.0 g.a.i. ha1 recorded better weed control efficiency and twice hand weeding recorded the highest grain yield . However, Chlorimuron Ethyl 25% WP@ 6.0, 9.0 and 12.0 g.a.i. ha1 and Kloben @ 6g a.i. ha-1 were statistically at par with each other. There were no significant variations on the microbial population of the soil in the rhizospere region of the transplanted rice due to the application of testing herbicide chlorimuron ethyl 25% WP.
Homocysteine-A Novel Risk Factor For Atherovascular Disease published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Zalak Malav Gadani Background: Presence of mild to moderate hyperhomocysteinemia is an independent risk factor for atherosclerosis in the coronary, cerebral, and peripheral vasculature, and for vascular disease. Several traditional risk factors are associated with total Homocysteine. Objectives: To evaluate S .Homocysteine level as a risk factor for atherovascular disease and to assess correlation between traditional risk factors and S. Homocysteine level. Methods: Patients with atherovascular disease admitted in medical wards were enrolled. Traditional risk factors along with S. Homocysteine level were measured and studied. Results: Incidence of Homocysteinemia is found in 84% of cases, among which 69%of patient have moderate rise and 31% of patient have intermediate rise in Homocysteine level. Homocysteine concentrations were higher in men than in women and increased with age. Several traditional risk factors are associated with total Homocysteine. Homocysteine has more than a multiplicative effect on traditional risk factors. Conclusion: Homocysteine level should be measured routinely in every patient who is suspected of having atherosclerosis.
The Impact of Perceived Risk on the Online Shopping Attitude of Cosmetic Products in Tirunelveli City published in

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Dr.P.Ravi, R.Subhalakshmi This study aims at identifying the different types of perceived risk having influence on the attitude of purchasing cosmetic products through Online shopping medium. This study has attempted to fulfill the objectives by making use of regression analysis so as to find the level of influence of perceived risk types on online shopping attitude. The study follows an inferential research with 221 online cosmetic shoppers as samples. The study has followed a non probability convenience sampling technique to extract the sample respondents. The results shows that financial risk, information risk and time risk are the three major types of perceived risk which has influence on the customer attitude towards online shopping of cosmetic products. The scope of the study is limited to the customers of Tirunelveli district and in particular to cosmetic industry.
Antitumor Activity of Natural Compounds Against Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma in Swiss Albino Mice published in

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A.F.AbdelAziz, Y.A Osman, Abir Jobara Natural products, from different biological origins, represent the main source of compounds used to synthesize drugs. For example, azurin, from Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and extracts from Viscum album, have been reported to possess anticancer properties. They induce apoptosis, natural immunity in ill individuals, respectively. The antitumor activity of azurin and water extract of Viscum album were evaluated against Ehrlich ascites carcinoma (EAC) tumor inoculated in mammary glands of Swiss albino mice. The effect of treatment were performed either separately or in combination. Azurin was administered daily and the Viscum album was given three times a week, for 21 days. After administration of the last dose and 18h fasting ,animals were sacrificed and blood were collected for analysis. Several parameters were measured to evaluate the effect of azurin and Viscum album on the growth of tumor: life span of EAC bearing hosts and simultaneous alterations in the oxidative stress, superoxide dismutase (SOD) Catalase (CAT) reduced glutathione (GSH) and Malondialdehyde (MDA) , tumor necrosis factor (TNF-?), Interleukin-10 (IL-10). Each of the two compounds increased the life span of EAC tumor-bearing mice, (SOD) , (GSH) and (CAT) levels. However, the MDA. IL-10 and TNF-? were decreased in the studied groups relative to the negative control group. A combiv
Detection of Cronobacter sakazakii (Enterobacter sakazakii) in powdered food infants (PIF) and raw milk in Iraq published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Muna T. Al.Mossawi * Yasmin S. H. Al.joubori* This study was conducted to detect C.sakazakii PIF and raw milk. Two hundred samples of PIF were taken from the infected hospital infants who used this type of milk and from the local markets in addition to 16 sample of raw milk were collected. The study is the first to report the isolation of C. sakazakii and Enterobacter spp. from raw milk in Iraq. The distribution of C.sakazakii and Enterobacter spp. among the presumptive isolates using Vitek-GN2 system gave 1/16(6.25%) isolates of C.sakazakii and 4/16 (25%) isolates of Enterobacter spp. Enterobacter spp. isolates include (E.cloacae ssp. cloacae and E.cloacae ssp. dissolvens, E.hormaechei, and E.ludwigii) that isolate from raw milk Differences in between percentages of each isolate persence were non-significant (P<0.05). The results of antibioticsusceptibility were determined using Vitek-2GN system; .sakazakii isolates showed 100% resistance to cefazolin and cefoxitin, but were highly sensitive to many antibiotics includes (Imipenem, Meropenem, Amikacin, Gentamicin, Tobramycin, Ciprofloxacin, Levofloxacin, Nitrofurantion, Trimethoprim \sulfamethoxazole, Ampicillin, Ampicillin\ sulbactam, Pipercillin \Tazobactam, Ceftazidime, Ceftriaxone, Cefepime Azetreonam and augmentin ). The present study did not determine C.sakazakii in all the samples of PIF that is available in the local markets.
An Interruption Discovery Structure Depend on Cluster Centres and Adjacent Neighbours published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
V.Ravi Kishore | Dr.V.Venkata Krishna The aim of an interruption discovery structure (IDS) is to notice various types of hateful network transfer and computer usage, which cannot be detected by a straight firewall. Many IDS have been urban based on engine learning techniques. Specifically, advanced finding approaches created by combining or integrating multiple learning techniques have shown better finding act than general single learning techniques. The feature image way is an important model classifier that facilitates correct classifications, still, there have been very few correlated studies focusing how to extract more agent features for normal connections and effective detection of attacks. This paper proposes a novel feature representation approach, namely the cluster centre and nearest neighbour (CANN) approach. In this approach, two distances are measured and summed, the first one based on the distance between each data sample and its cluster centre, and the second distance is between the data and its nearest neighbour in the same cluster. Then, this new and one-dimensional distance based mark is used to represent each data sample for interruption detection by a k-Nearest Neighbour (k-NN) classifier. The experimental results based on the KDD-Cup 99 dataset show that the CANN classifier not only performs better than or similar to k-NN and support vector machines trained and tested by the original feature representation in terms of classification correctness, discovery rates, and false alarms. I also provides high computational competence for the time of classifier training and testing (i.e., detection). V.Ravi Kishore | Dr.V.Venkata Krishna"An Interruption Discovery Structure Depend on Cluster Centres and Adjacent Neighbours" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2423.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/2423/an-interruption-discovery-structure-depend-on--cluster-centres-and-adjacent-neighbours/vravi-kishore
Hidden Wisdom in Daniel Gerhard Brown's 'œThe Lost Symbol' published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
R. Umagandhi | R. Sindhuja The tale ˜The Lost Symbol was written with prompt lick. Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon believes he is now to give a homily. He is erroneous. Within record of his advent, a shocking entity is discovered. It is a nasty sway into an initial globe of secreted wisdom. When Langdons therapist, Peter Solomon, foremost mason and philanthropist, is kidnapped, Langdon realizes to his only trust of discount his friends verve is to disclose this puzzling sway. It is to take him on a puffing chase through Washingtons shady history. All that was memorable is changed into a shadowy, mythical world in which Mansonic secrets and never before seen revelations appear to be leading him to a solitary impossible and implausible reality. R. Umagandhi | R. Sindhuja"Hidden Wisdom in Daniel Gerhard Browns œThe Lost Symbol" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11309.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/11309/hidden-wisdom-in-daniel-gerhard-browns-œthe-lost-symbol/r-umagandhi
SEPIC Converter based Water Driven Pumping System by Using BLDC Motor published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
S. Kuthsiyat Jahan, K. Chandru, B. Dhanapriyan, R.Kishore Kumar and G. Vinothraj This paper stress on building up a Photovoltaic (PV) bolstered brushless DC engine (BLDC) driven water-pumping framework, which could render its application to water system. The BLDC engine drive has an edge over the customary acceptance engine in productivity and high pulling torque. The arranged framework will comprises of PV board of 200 Watts, a most extreme Power Point Following controller, a three-stage inverter and a Brushless DC (BLDC) engine with pumping framework. The beginning current of BLDC engine is limited by an ideal introduction and determination of the control parameters, annoyance size and recurrence while following the pinnacle force of SPV exhibit. The execution of proposed BLDC engine drive is completely assessed and its potential is exhibited under reasonable working conditions. The mimicked comes about and an exploratory approval alongside a far-reaching examination with the current procedures show noticeable quality of the proposed drive for SPV-based water pumping. The recommended framework is recreated in MATLAB/Simulink and after that, it is being acknowledged as an equipment model.
A comparative analysis of multi-carrier PWM schemes for grid integrated 15-level smart inverter topology via several intelligent controllers published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Hemachandu P, Veera Reddy V C and Chandra Sekhar B Renewable energy plays a prominent energy which comes directly from natural resources like as fuel cells, PV arrays, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat. These general resources are renewable and can be naturally replenished. Therefore, for all practical purposes, these resources should be considered to be inexhaustible, unlike dwindling classical fossil fuels. The grid integrated system is merely interpretation of stand-by module to co-generation scheme; it combines the both PV/FC arrangement as a single module with a highly recognized power conditioning system. The module ranges an outcome of 100 V to 400 V from 10 V to 40 V input, incorporated to micro-grid system via proposed asymmetrical inverter topologies with intelligent controllers. This controllers forecasts the optimal modulation index and switching angles for attaining enhanced output voltages, in-limit THD resolution and averts the sudden variations. In this behaviour, the proposed scheme provides perfect sinusoidal grid voltages which are in-phase with the current, good harmonic limitation values. Finally, a simulink model is implemented to validate the appearance of proposed 15-level asymmetrical inverter topologies with intelligent controller by advanced modulation schemes using Matlab/SimulinkTM platform and results are conferred.
Aggressive Angiomyxoma of the Cervix: A Unique Entity published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Sujata Siwatch*, Reetu Kundu, Navneet Takkar Introduction: Aggressive angiomyxoma is a mesenchymal tumour which presents rarely; usually in women in reproductive age group, as a mass in the pelvic tissue. Only exceptionally, has it been seen to originate from the uterus and cervix. Methods: We present a case of a 23-year-old woman who complained about abdominal pain and excessive vaginal bleeding three days after a spontaneous abortion. Examination revealed a large polyp arising from the cervix. Histopathologic examination of the polypectomy specimen revealed an aggressive angiomyxoma of the cervix. Immunohistochemistry was performed and the tumour was immunopositive for vimentin, desmin and smooth muscle actin. Management options are discussed, in light of need of fertility conservation. Result: Aggressive angiomyxoma can originate from the mesenchymal tissue of the cervix. Conclusions: Treatment may be individualized with surgery and hormonal treatment. Long term follow up is recommended.
Role of Non Govermental Organizations In Electoral Reforms in India a Case Study published in

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Indoor Non-directed Optical Wireless Communications - Optimization of the Lambertian Order published in

Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering Innovations

Published by Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
Z. Ghassemlooy1,*, D. Wu1, M. A. Khalighi2, and X. Tang3 For an indoor non-directed line of sight optical wireless communication (NLOS-OWC) system we investigate the optimized Lambertian order (OLO) of light-emitting diodes (LEDs). We firstly derive an expression for the OLO from a conventional Lambertian LED model. Then, we analyze the indoor multi-cell NLOS-OWC channel characteristics including the optical power distribution and the multipath time dispersion for two cases of one-cell and four-cell configurations. Furthermore, we estimate the transmission bandwidth by simulating the channel frequency response. Numerical results presented show that, by using OLO a significant improvement of the transmission bandwidth can be achieved for an indoor NLOS-OWC system, in particular, for multi-cell configurations.
Review on Recent Advancements in the Field of Reinforced Epoxy Nano Composits published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Sandesh K S | Mahesh V M | Muralidhara B K Composite materials especially the polymer matrix materials are well acknowledged for their applications in aerospace, automotive and structural applications. They are considerably light weight and offers high strength weight ratio. Epoxy is one of the widely used matrix material in PMCs Polymer matrix composite due to its exceptional bonding capabilities, it finds applications in the field of coating, adhesives and composite materials. Graphene is a novel material in the field of composite materials it offers high strength, very high electrical conduction and heat transfer. The composites of Epoxy and Graphene hybrids exhibit very high mechanical and thermal properties. Sandesh K S | Mahesh V M | Muralidhara B K "Review on Recent Advancements in the Field of Reinforced Epoxy Nano Composits" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17139.pdf
Theoractive Learning towards Academic Endeavour published in

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

Published by College VCHS
Mani Man Singh Rajbhandari Abstract: Theoractive learning is an essential ingredient that can complement various academic theories, making them easier to apply to a learning environment. Although it appears that theoractive learning is the effect of the beneficial causes of teaching and learning in certain contextual settings; theoractive learning is, however, actions-oriented and relies on Skills, Ability, Competences and Intelligences (SACI). Theoractive learning research was conducted at the University of Tamperre, Finland, in 2011 with students’ participants from 7 countries. Although the participants found difficult to relate the transformation of theories into practices, they were theoractively conscious. A theoractive actions-orientation is based on critical reflexivity of content and process learning. It teaches through Art and Science educational domains, while applying a multi-dimensional attachment of theories and practices. The Art of Science and the Science of Art are two non-comparable and inseparable phenomena that are reliant on theoractiveness of orienting actions through the learning paradigms of content learning, process learning, and critical reflexivity, which requires SACI. Keywords: Theoractive; theoractiveness; theoractively; content learning; process learning; critical reflexivity; Art and Science of learning; practicing theories; contextual settings; contextual variations.
RANK-BASED WEIGHTED ASSOCIATION RULE MINING TECHNIQUE FOR SECURE CLOUD COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
K. Mangayarkkarasi*, M. Chidambaram Currently, the online services are used for all business activities. This produces enormous amount of data every day and all these data is to be stored in different cloud data storages. To identify the best and useful information out of these data and to take a wise decision from the available information is considered as one of the challenging issues. To address this major issue, few researchers adopted data mining techniques such as clustering, classification and association models for mining the useful information from the cloud environment. Although Cloud Computing is a powerful means of achieving high storage and computing services at a low cost, it is revealed that due to challenging security issues, many cloud users are not showing interest to use cloud based services. This research work proposes an efficient Secure Cloud Data Mining Model through Apriori-HUDS Rule Miner to address these issues. This secure cloud data mining model is designed in such a way that it facilitates the cloud users to identify the best frequently used data sets from the cloud data centers for their queries and also provides high security to the cloud servers. Thus, the service providers can protect the sensitive data of clients. The proposed model is implemented in the cloud environment and thoroughly studied. From our experimental results, it is noticed that the proposed model performs well in terms of predicting frequently accessed data sets by cloud users, ranking data sets with highest support and achieving high memory utilization as compared with existing cloud data mining model.
NATUREZA HUMANA E TOTALITARISMO published in

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Jos Joo Neves Barbosa Vicente Classified by the contemporary political thought as a novelty unique in human history and is regarded as emblematic example of the erosion of political, totalitarian phenomenon provoked controversy regarding the terms used in the process of understanding. For example, when it stated that its ultimate goal was "to transform human nature," this expression noise caused discomfort to the ears of those who tuned in to the metaphysical tradition, have always defined human nature as an unchanging essence. This article discusses and shows the meaning and scope of that term in contemporary political thought, demystifying it of its metaphysical origin.
FORMATION OF A RATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE TERRITORY ON ENVIRONMENTAL LANDSCAPE BASED IN VOLGOGRAD REGION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Victoria Alexandrovna Temnyshova As a result, there is an increase in economic activity scale erosion, desertification, pollution of surface and ground water, leading in some cases to the degradation of the productive capacity of agricultural land. Under such conditions, land use planning at the most obvious and it becomes necessary for the improvement of the basic theoretical aspects on the basis of ecological and landscape.
POTENTIAL ANTITUMOR AND ANTIOXIDANT EFFECT OF GARLIC (ALLIUMSATIVUM) OIL IN FEMALE MICE INJECTED WITH EHRLICH ASCITES CARCINOMA CELLS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gehan Salah Eldin Moram*, Nahla Hussein Ali, Ola Mohamed Samy Ahmad Sadek Objectives: This study was undertaken to investigate the antitumor and antioxidant potential of garlic oil (GO)in vivo using Ehrlich Ascites Carcinoma (EAC) cells. Methods: Female Swiss albino mice were divided into 6 groups: G1: (Healthy control), G2:(Healthy GO) received oral dose of GO (100 mg/Kg/day), G3: (Tumor bearing mice TBM) mice were injected intramuscularly with (2.5 x 106 EAC/ml) to form solid tumors. G4:(GO Protection)mice were orally pretreated with GO(100 mg/Kg/day) for two weeks then injected with (2.5 x 106 EAC/ml), G5:(GO Treatment) mice were injected with (2.5 x 106 EAC/ml), then treated with GO(100 mg/Kg/day) for two weeks andG6: GO(Protection + Treatment)mice were pretreated with GO(100 mg/Kg/day) for two weeks, then injected with (2.5 x 106 EAC/ml) and continued to receive GO at the same dose. Results: The antitumor potential of GO was evident through the significant prolongation of lifespan of (TBM); up to (53.57%),regression in tumor growth rate(-36.38 %) and inhibition of histonedeacetylase enzymes (-12%). GO significantly elevated the depleted oxidative stress markers including (TAC), (GSH), (GST) and (CAT) and also significantly reduced the marked elevation of malondialdehyde level in TBM (-33.7%).Moreover, GO significantly improved liver function and hematological parameters in TBM. These results were confirmed by histopathological examination of the liver. In conclusion, GO administration significantly inhibited tumor growth and histonedeacetylation. Also, GO attenuated the severity of oxidative damage accompanying tumor development, all while exercising meyloprotectiveand hepatoprotectiveproperties.
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SOUTH ASIA: A PARADIGM OF SUBORDINATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Dr. Mohammad Israr Khan Entrepreneurship is the human intellect in action. It is such a highly valued characteristic of humankind that in the absence of it a few things new could have happened. Gender dimension of entrepreneurship, however, like any other discourses on socio-economic space of women-men continuum, manifests the same personal and collective dichotomies and hierarchies which the debate on development fails to address satisfactory. This article discusses the issue of women entrepreneurship in an ideological frame and aims at the exposition of the reality of the social, economic and policy environment of the market economies like those of South Asia which not only influence and shape the change but also provide for the stability of the unequal and inequity oriented status quo.
EFFICACY OF CEPHALANDRA INDICA MOTHER TINCTURE ON THE BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETER OF MALE ALBINO RAT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Subasri Muthuviveganandavel1, Muthuviveganandavel Veerappan2 and *Muthuraman Pandurangan3 Biological researchers on plant extracts effects are stepping into the field of haematology to know more about the immunological and physiological role in organisms.This work is therefore the outcome of a hard research from such point. Conscious attempt has been made to investigate the biological consequences in the immunological and physiological activity of the protein, glucose, cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood serum of male albino rat due to the oral administration of Cephalandra indica mother tincture (MT). Results obtained in this study are basic data collected through experiments. It is very astonishing to note the telling effect of Cephalandra indica (MT) on male albino rat blood serum biochemical markers. The animals response towards Cephalandra indica (MT) on blood serum total protein, glucose and cholesterol of male albino rat for low-dose acute effect was identified.
Feeding habits of various fishes in some tropical water bodies of Bhopal with special reference to Phytoplankton published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ashwani Wanganeo, Imran Abdullah Bhat and Pramod Kumar Present study has been conducted on some water bodies of Bhopal city to assess the feeding preference of some selected fishes towards different classes of phytoplankton. A significant feeding preference for phytoplankton has been documented based on their gut contents of fishes. All the fishes documented maximum feeding preference towards the Chlorophyceae, which can possibly be attributed to the qualitative predominance of these autotrophic phyla in all the water bodies. During the present study, 91 phytoplankton species were identified from three selected water bodies. 66 phytoplankton species were encountered from Lower basin of Bhoj wetland, 65 species from Upper basin of Bhoj wetland while only 40 phytoplankton species were recorded from Shahpura wetland. A marked variation in the physico-chemical characteristics indicates the higher trophic status (Eutrophic) of Lower basin of Bhoj wetland and Shahpura wetland in comparison to Upper basin of Bhoj wetland.
Prevalence of Depression Among Family Caregivers of Homebound Patients Enrolled in Home Healthcare Public Service in Taif, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Oqab A. Al Zahrany, Hanan A. Al Ndash Harthi, Raouf M. Afifi, Bandar Al Juaid Background: Family caregivers of a homebound patient encounter a host of problems, e.g., role overload and emotional problems, up to depression and impaired quality of life. Aim: Estimate the prevalence and severity of depression and associated risk factors among caregivers of homebound patients enrolled in home healthcare services at the Home Health Care Center (HHCC), Prince Mansour Military Community Hospital (PMMCH), Taif city, Kingdome Saudi Arabia (KSA). Methodology: The Beck depression scale was utilized to establish aim of the study. Results: The participants age mean was 47.5 13.9 years. Female family caregivers accounted for 53.9% (n=163). Up to 21.8% caregivers were mildly depressed, 16.4% were moderately depressed and 4.8% were severely depressed. Risk factors included female sex (p<0.001), low education (p =0.008), close relation to patients (p<0.001) and being serving sickest patients (p= 0.04). Only 17 caregivers (10.3%, n=165) sought psychiatric consultation. Conclusion: While depression is highly prevalent among family caregivers of homebound patients, risks related both to the patient and caregiver may influence this disorder, including gender, age, education and patients disease severity.
Impact of Liberlisation in Rescent Years in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Urvashi Shivale The development of Indian economy was being strategically planned till 1980s, wherein import substitution was the basis, titling capital goods industries to have initial investments followed by chemical and durable consumer goods. The Industrial Development Regulation Act 1951 controlled comprehensively the dynamics of investments through licenses especially foreign exchange controls. In 1985, an effort was made by the Rajiv Gandhi administration, to rejuvenate industrial sector, through reforms altogether called as New Economic Plan, thereby removing requirement of license by incumbent firms and eased their entry. What is more, many classes of firms, for instance, those located in "underprivileged" areas, have a barest-minimum assets or which were "modernising". The monopoly houses were given relaxation, if their expansion listed as "priority industries". These initiatives lacked efficacy to encourage entry of incumbent firms, whose freedom to expand soared up. The probability of small sized incumbent firms gaining benefits, being unrestrained, was more than the other larger firms. The second phase was more profound including reforms like New Industrial policy 1991, wherein rules of investment licensing were lifted. Monopoly houses could easily expand and they were open to compete with reserved public sector. Trade tariffs plummeted and foreign direct investment were provided with simplified procedures. 340 percent, the maximum tariff on import dwindled to two fifths. The worthwhile drive of 1991 reforms was to let incumbent firms to experience both domestic and international competition, definitely paving way to increase in rivalry afterwards. The resourceful larger firms, having wide range of investments, were Competitively advantageous in these fiercer competition, Arguably, reforms in the mid-1980s were limited in scope and lacks clear roadmap, whilst those in 1990s were more systemic and systematic. In Pre liberalization phase, from independence till the mid-Eighties, the economic planning was mainly based on a centrally operated market and under government control wholly. There were not any foreign investments coming and country lacked well established consumer market. This platitude the Indian economic condition, for instance living standard did not rise. In government tenure of Rajiv Gandhi, efforts were made to increase exports that is liberalisation policies were implemented but did not identified with much support. The imports, hence, exceeded exports and resulted into problems in Balance of Payment. What exacerbated the situation was the fall of the Soviet Union, which was used to be major business market of India. At this stage, the immediate economic reform was inevitable. There was in fact, China had previously adopted "˜Open Door Policy"™ through which it liberalized its economy, pursuing export led growth and engaging more with global economy. Hence, in 1990s, Dr Manmohan Singh, the Finance Minister of India, took the first initiation towards globalisation and economic liberalization Urvashi Shivale"Impact of Liberlisation in Rescent Years in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17079.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/classical-economics/17079/impact-of-liberlisation-in-rescent-years-in-india/urvashi-shivale
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Education College Journal

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SOLAR INVERTER IN GRID ORIENTED SYSTEM USI NG MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Lata K. Padole*, Rajesh N. Patil This paper demonstrates the implementation of a prototype of IPS (instant power supply) system to ensure continuous output current to load in residential application utilizing both Photovoltaic (PV) energy and AC Grid. Utility interfacing PWM inverter desi gned here to operate by both solar energy and storage batteries that highly satisfies the necessity in rural areas where National Grids are hardly available and power cut problem reduces the effectiveness of IPS. Solar energy gets priority here to charge s torage battery rather than AC source that may save hundreds of megawatts power every day. To extend the battery lifetime and keep system components hazard - free, it includes exact battery - level sensing, charging - current controlling by microcontroller unit ( MCU) and a cumulative DC/AC MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) charges to congregate maximum PV energy from AC Solar Modules. Investigation on improvement of power - interfacing control and optimization of overall system operation assent to intend usage rec ommendation in this exposition. Computer simulations and experiment results show the validity of this proposed system to have high power conversion efficiency and low harmonic distortions.
Guest Satisfaction: A perspective of Hotel Staff and Management published in

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Sarah Hussain, Dr. Kavita Khanna The Indian hospitality industry has emerged as one of the key industries driving the growth of the services sector and thereby, the Indian economy. Guest Satisfaction is the most important factors in determining the success of a hotel. Providing and maintaining guest satisfaction is also one of the most challenging and daunting tasks for a hotel. Long-term customer relationships are created when a company manages to serve its customers impeccably and provide them satisfaction. This research was undertaken to examine determinants of Guest Satisfaction from hotel employees perception of 5 Star Deluxe Hotel Category of New Delhi. The study explores the perception of quality and satisfaction with regard to service and product. Results of the survey reveal the beliefs of employees about the guest expectations and actual deliverables. The study also explores tools used by Hotels in Delhi to assess and improve Guest Satisfaction currently
Process Parameter Effect on Surface Roghness in Wire EDM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Published by INDIRA S.
Vipin, Priya Machining parameters selection is an important aspect in wire electrical discharge machining (WEDM) operation. These parameters have an important effect on surface roughness. The experiments were conducted on the EN31 die steel with copper wire electrode. The effect of various WEDM parameters such as feed, Ton and gap voltage has been investigated to yield the response in terms of surface roughness. In this work mathematical models have been developed for relating the surface roughness with machining parameters. The optimum value has been determined with the help of main effect plot and ANOVA.
The Effect of Strategic Intelligence on Business Success in Selected Commercial Banks in South-East, Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ndubuisi-Okolo Purity.U. | Anekwe Rita Ifeoma. | Theresa Anigbogu This study concentrated on the influence of strategic intelligence on business success. High rate of competition in todays banking industry constitutes a major challenge to growth and development. A survey research design was adopted. The justification for the adoption of survey research design is that the study made use of primary data which involves elicitation of responses via questionnaire from the respondents Data generated were analyzed utilizing Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient. The result revealed that there is a significant positive relationship between strategic intelligence and business success. This depicts that effective strategic intelligence by firms leads to business success. In conclusion, Banks should also be flexible enough to adapt to the changes accruing from the external business environment. Ndubuisi-Okolo Purity.U. | Anekwe Rita Ifeoma. | Theresa Anigbogu"The Effect of Strategic Intelligence on Business Success in Selected Commercial Banks in South-East, Nigeria" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2502.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/management-development/2502/the-effect-of-strategic-intelligence-on-business-success-in-selected-commercial-banks-in-south-east-nigeria/ndubuisi-okolo-purityu
Smart Wake published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Aneesh Kumar A Wake-On LAN is a technology that helps in switching ON a computer through the network. This technique needs the support of motherboard. So implementing this technology in old motherboard is not possible. It requires entire motherboard to change for implementing this technology. I introduce an attempt to solve this problem by using the newly introduce small board computer Raspberry Pi and some low-cost hardware. The system uses Bluetooth technology for communication between the target computer and the Raspberry Pi. My aim is to decrease the e-waste by updating the old with the help of new technology hardware.
Impact of Training Programme Provided by Rural Resource and Training Centre (Rrtc) on Dessimination of Organic Farming in Meghalaya published in

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Amit Debnath, Jayasree Datta, Pritin Sontakke, Samik Chowdhury The Rural Resource and Training Centre (RRTC), Umran, registered as St. Josephs Agricultural Training Centre (SJATC), evolved into existence after several years of study and experimentation, as an answer to the critical problems that challenge the vast majority of the rural population of the Northeastern region specially Meghalaya. The most successful organic farming project in RRTC is Sustainable Practice through Organic Agriculture in Ri-Bhoi District of Meghalaya from Caritas, Denmark which was started in 2004 and will end on Dec. 2011.Under this project 19 Organic Farmers Clubs (OFC) were formed and 15 OFCs are functioning properly, registration of two cooperative society has been achieved, out of 384 selected farmers 314 farmers started organic farming. Despite the presence of large number of NGOs in the states, the numbers of active and successful NGOs are still limited, since the NGOs are run by people and not directly linked with the government, they also face lots of problems in implementing or undertaking different development programmes for the rural mass to know the extension facility of RRTC in organic farming and also the farmers personal characters and perception about organic farming and 30 farmers from Lumkeni village were interviewed by using interview schedule. Farmers are well aware about organic farming but very less people know about bio-fertilizers, almost 63% of the farmers told there are no problems in organic farming and the main problem is marketing and cow dung as most of them do not have their own cow. From the study it was found that almost 60% of the farmers responded that there is very less disease and pest incidence in organic farming and more than 65% of the people uproot the plant if any pest or disease attack is there where as some farmers do not use any treatment and some of them use bio-pesticide.
ISOLATION AND ANTIBACTERIAL PROPERTY OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGI ISOLATED FROM INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANT CALOTROPIS PROCERA (LINN.) R.BR. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ravindra Prasad Aharwal, Suneel Kumar and Sardul S. Sandhu* Endophytes are those organisms that colonize the living internal tissues of their hosts without causing any visible symptoms. Several fungal endophytes have been isolated from a variety of plant species which have proved as a rich source of bioactive compounds. Calotropis procera (Linn.) R.Br. a widely used medicinal plant in India, were exploited for endophytes as a possible source of bioactive secondary metabolites. Considering the importance of this plant, a study was conducted to determine the colonization frequency of endophytic fungi and to evaluate the antibacterial activity against Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumonae, Bacillus subtilis and Staphylococcus epidermidis of DMSO crude extracts of fungal endophytes from this plant. The endophytic fungi from different parts of the plant (leaves, stems and roots) were isolated, pure cultures were raised and identified based on the morphology and characteristics of fungal spores. The highest colonization frequency of fungi was observed in leaf (Aspergillus niger, 33.33 %), stem (Altenaria alternate, 33.33%) and root (Curvularia lunata, 33.33%). The endophytic fungi that displayed broad spectrum antibacterial activity include: Fusarium solani, Cladosporium herbarum, Curvularia pallescens, Alternaria alternata and Drechslera nodulosa. Our preliminary results indicate that crude extracts of endophytic fungi of Calotropis procera (Linn.) R.Br. may possess some antibacterial bioactive compounds.
Effectiveness of Progressive Muscle Relaxation(Pmr) In Alleviating Psychophysical Disorders-A Systematic Review(1982-2012) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Krystyna Boro?-Krupi?ska, Les?aw Kulmatycki Contemporary medicine requires holistic approach to the patient. The more and more attention is paid to involve patients in the process of alleviating symptoms, including psychological aspects of the disease. Conventional methods are supplemented with additional activities as becoming popular relaxation, both physical and mental, which may be identified with progressive muscle relaxation according to Jacobson. The objective of this paper is to evaluate the effectiveness of progressive muscle relaxation as a supplementary method in alleviating psychophysical disorders. This paper covers 16 source materials on the application of this method in various fields of medicine. PMR is one of the alternative and holistic methods, supporting the mitigation of various psychophysical disorders. It is used both in the field of cardiology, neurology, oncology and respiratory diseases, psychiatry and pain management. The most of cited studies under PMR proved to be an effective method, complementary in a holistic approach to the patient.
Non-Invasive Implanto Prosthetic Rehabilitation in the Lower Arch Subsequent to Ameloblastoma Removal. A Case Report published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Alberto Maltagliati1, Samer Helal Zaky2, Andrea Ottonello1* Abstract Aim: Describing the surgical/therapeutic and the prosthetic/functional approaches for the treatment and rehabilitation of a patient with an ameloblastoma in the posterior area of mandible. Materials and Methods: Enucleation of the lesion took place by surgical resection with bone margin extending to more than 1cm beyond the lesions macroscopic margins, without performing guided bone regeneration. A year after surgery, a panoramic radiograph (OPG) was performed and seven implants were inserted to rehabilitate the lower arch. The upper arch was rehabilitated with implant-prosthetic full-arch structure (flat-one-bridge) and immediate functional loading within 72 hours. Results and Conclusions: A 30 month follow-up shows good peri-implant tropism with bone margins continuity and osteointegration to the bone previously compromised by the lesion. The non-invasive treatment of lesions of maxillary bones is very useful to maintain the interarch occlusal relationship since it accelerates bone healing and optimizes the soft tissues morphology.
Improvement of Soil for some Villages of Shehra Taluka by Measuring Potassium Elements. Dist : Panchmahals (Gujarat) India published in

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K. P. Patel Quality of the soil is important part for growth of any plants related with the crops. Various parameters like Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), PH and total Organic Carbon help the soil for improvement of this quality. ?is study give information to the farmers available Potassium in soil and how to improve the crops in the land of Shehra Taluka Dist : Panchmahals. ?e fertility index for Potassium for Shehra Taluka 1.26 to 6.5. ?is information will help farmers to decided the problems related to soil nutrients amount of Fertilizer to be added to soil to make to the production economic.
Trying triangle in silicon sling suspension surgery in ptosis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Gazala Mansuri,Dr. Nitin Trivedi Aim: To compare pentagonal pattern of silicon sling suspension with triangular pattern. Methods: 37 eyelids of 31 patients with ptosis, 6 patients operated bilaterally where18 eyelids undergone pentagonal pattern and 19 eyelids with triangular pattern. Successful surgical results were judged by lid level, lid symmetry and lid contour during the follow up period of 9 months. Result: No difference in functional success, ptosis recurrence, or change in MRD I was noticed in both the groups. No patient was seen with complications like exposure keratitis, granuloma formation. 4 eyelids, 2 in each group required re-surgery during the follow up period. Conclusion: The use of triangular pattern of silicone rod frontalis suspension surgery for ptosis repair is equally effective, with few complications, easily adjustable in case of recurrence or overcorrection and better cosmesis with triangular pattern.
SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURS? PERCEPTIONS REGARDING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DISCLOSURE published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Dr. Ravi Inder Singh This study is conducted with the objective to help the policy makers in designing the corporate social responsibility disclosure guidelines. Based on the views of 119 respondents collected through a structured questionnaire, designed on the basis of interactions with the academicians, industrialists and on the basis of studies previously conducted by Teoh and Gregory Thong and Ford and McLaughlin, it is found that there is no consistency, reliability and even authenticity of the available Corporate Social responsibility information, 25 percent of the respondents feel that the information available in the company documents about CSR is away from reality.
Academic Criticism in the Results and Discussion Section of MA Dissertations: The Case of ISLT Students of Applied Linguistics published in

TAYR Quarterly

Published by Tunisian Association of Young Researchers (TAYR)
By Amina Ben Jabeur Faculty of Letters and Humanities Manouba, Tunisia Research on the Results and Discussion sections (DRs Hereafter) is still limited. As far as the dissertation genre is concerned, even fewer studies have addressed this particular part-genre. There is also relatively little research available about critical thinking and its realization in the Tunisian context. So far, critical thinking along with its linguistic and rhetorical realization has been considered a luxury rather than a necessity. This can be judged by the repeated complaints often made by Tunisian supervisors on many occasions such as in students’ theses defenses. The study attempts to raise students’ awareness about the importance of critical thinking (critical writing/reading) in Tunisian academia. It investigates the frequency and the linguistic realizations of the criticism move of MA dissertations’ DRs written by graduate students at the ISLT (Institut Supérieur des Langues de Tunis). In addition, it analyzes the rhetorical move structure of this section in order to locate the criticism move. The research addresses also the issue of linguistic and cultural variability involved in enacting academic criticism on the basis of previous studies on the issue. Key Words: Academic Writing, Critical Thinking, Results and Discussion Section.
"Cannot ventilate cannot Intubate" Newborns published in

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Ayten Saracoglu* Difficult airway is defined as the clinical situation in which a trained anesthesiologist experiences difficulty with mask ventilation, difficulty with tracheal intubation, or both [1]. There is very little data on failed intubation in newborns and infants [2]. Surgical cricothyroidotomy is not recommended in pediatric patients due to the small size of the cricothyroid membrane [3]. Although surgical cricothyroidotomy is an option, it is a difficult procedure to perform in young children, infants and newborns. Transtracheal or transcricothyroid needle approach may be the only option for young children, infants and newborns that cannot be intubated and ventilated [2].
A Study on Variation of Bright Sunshine Hours in Kolkata and Port Blair published in

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Ranjan Sarkar, SubrotoMukherjee, Debasis Roy In the present study, variation of Bright Sunshine Hours has been analyzed with reference to the following Stations ofclimatological importance:Kolkata and Port Blair. Mostlybelow normal and also mostly declining trends have been obtained in different cases. Thematter has impact on environment and climate.
A Study of Attitude of Parents of the Ahmedabad City & Taluka Places Towards Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System published in

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Nikunj R. Vagadia The major purpose of this research was to investigate the attitude of the parents towardsthe Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System compare to the Vernacular (Gujarati) Medium Schooling System. The data were collected from 200parents of Ahmedabad City and Taluka Places of the Gujarat State. The collected data was analysed using t test. The result indicates that the parentsare much positive towards the Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System than the Vernacular (Gujarati) Medium Schooling System. There is no significance difference between the attitudes of male and female parents as well as rural male female and urban male female parentstowards Foreign (English) Medium Schooling System.
Enhancing English Pronunciation Among B.Ed., Trainees by Implementing Selected Strategies published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
MS S.Gowrie, Dr.AR.Saravanakumar, Dr.S.Subbiah In this article we have dealt with the concept of enhancing English pronunciation of B.Ed., optional I teacher trainees by implementing the selected strategies for pronunciation namely Segmentation and Blending, Pronunciation Drills and Audio Assistance. The non native speakers of English find English pronunciation very difficult as they do not receive any systematic pronunciation training from the basics. With proper guidance in articulation and drill and practice in English sounds through the selected strategies, we can enhance the learners pronunciation. Pronunciation strategies are very useful in giving training and drill and practice. Along with the development in pronunciation learners acquire good reading skills, thinking power, correct spelling, vocabulary and interest to use English language. As these are learner centered the students use these activities freely without any fear or hesitation. These strategies can be used frequently in the English class rooms to motivate the learners to pronounce well.
Trend in seroprevalence of Hepatitis E virus among blood donors of North estern Madhya Pradesh India published in

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Santosh K. Singh,U.R. Singh,P.C. Kol,S.K. Mishra Background & AIMS Safe blood and blood products should be offered to all patients in need for blood transfusion. Hapatitis E virus is emarging as a potential threat to blood safety. Its prevalence in blood donors varies across the globe. Establishing the seroprevalence of the disease is ethical to informing the direction of preventive and control strategies. The aim of this study therefore was to establish the hapatitis E seroprevalence among blood donors in the north eastern Madhya Pradesh. Methology The study was conducted at the blood bank of a tertiary care hospital. Serving predominantly the people of north eastern Madhya Pradesh. A prospective analysis of blood donors over a period of one years was done to assess the seroprevalence and trend of hepatitis E infection. Serum anti IgM was detected by insight HEV-IgM rapid immunochromatographic assay (Tulip Diagnostic (P)LTD.Goa,INDIA) Result- A total of 632 blood donors ware studied, out of which 543 (85.92%) ware males and 89 (14.08%) were females. The overall seroprevalence of hepatitis E IgM antibody was 6.64% (42/632) majority of the sero-positive donors were more than 45 years. Conclusion Study shows HEV seroprevalence among blood donors is 6.64%. As the prevalence of occult hepatitis E infection may represent a threat to safe blood transfusion, therefore further studies with nucleic acid amplification testing are needed to provide more details about the status of HEV infection in blood donors.
Urbanization in North East India 1991 :- 2011 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
N. Pautunthang The north east region covers an area of about 2,62,239 sq.km. It is about 7.9 percent of Indias total area. They had a population of around 45.5 million in 2011, which was about 3.77 percent of Indias total population. Census of India 1991, 2001 and 2011 data were analysed with different indices to know the level, growth and distribution of urban population and towns. The level of urbanization increases from one census to another census in every state. Towns were unevenly distributed in the region. Most of the towns were small towns. Only few districts in the region attained urbanization level of 50 percent and above. Urbanization in the region is different from the mainland India. The urban centres are the administrative centres. The market penetration and social change has been very limited in the urban areas. N. Pautunthang "Urbanization in North East India 1991 - 2011" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18631.pdf
Tribes in Kerala as the Victims of Dropout A Study on Attappady published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.HaseenaV.A Scheduled Tribes in India are generally considered to be Adivasis, meaning indigenous people or original inhabitants of the country. The tribes have been confined to low status and are often physically and socially isolated instead of being absorbed in the mainstream Hindu population. Psychologically, the Scheduled Tribes often experience passive indifference that may take the form of exclusion from educational opportunities, social participation, and access to their own land. All tribal communities are not alike. They are products of different historical and social conditions. They belong to different racial stocks and religious backgrounds and speak different dialects. Discrimination against women, occupational differentiation, and emphasis on status and hierarchical social ordering that characterize the predominant mainstream culture are generally absent among the tribal groups. Adivasis are not as a general rule regarded as unclean or polluted in the same way as the Scheduled Caste population is perceived by the mainstream culture. However, the mainstream Hindu population considers the general tribal population as primitive, technologically backward, and illiterate. Since the 16th century, the tribes have been perceived as sub-humans who live under primitive conditions. All the reasons are the route cause of the alienation of tribals in education and the Dropout. By giving more emphasis on other activities in the tribal hamlet, they are ignoring the value of education.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF CRUDE EXTRACTS PREPARATIONS OF FIVE MEDICINAL PLANTS: OCIMUM SANCTUM, AJADIRACHTA INDICA, PUNICA GRANATUM, PSIDIUM GUAJAVA, AND SYZYGIUM AROMATICUM AGAINST MULTI DRUG RESISTANT BACTERIA OF CLINICAL ORIGIN. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr.Alka Mishra, Prabhakar Babele Aims: The aim of the present study was to investigate the antibacterial activity of crude extracts of Ocimum sanctum, Ajadirachta indica, Punica granatum, Psidium guajava, and Syzygium aromaticum against multi drug resistant strains isolated form community acquired infection The objective of this research was to evaluate the potential of plant extracts on standard microorganism strains as well as multidrug resistant bacteria which were isolated from hospitals. The important necessity and potentiality of medicinal plants in the practice of medicinal today is well established and cannot be overlooked. The present study is an attempt to assess the variation of drug resistance among bacterial pathogens isolated from community patients in hospitals. Hence, more studies pertaining to the use of plants as therapeutic agents should be emphasized, especially those related to the control of antibiotic resistant microbes. Methodology:The medicinal plants used were Ocimum sanctum, Syzygium aromaticum, Punica granatum, Azadirachta indica, Psidium guajava. All of these five species were collected from Birala hospital garden in Gwalior district MP. Plants sample were washed three times by water, dried and powdered for farther used. Clinical isolates of the following organisms: Methicillin-sensitive and resistant S. aureus, Ciprofloxacin-susceptible and resistant P.aeruginosa, and two ceftizoxime-susceptible and resistant E. aerogenes and E. coli. All bacteria were obtained from clinical Microbiology Laboratory, Birla Hospital, and Gwalior MP.J Four out of three bacteria used (pseudomonas aeruginosa, E. aerogenes, E. coli) were Gram negatives and one (S. aureus) was gram positive. There was significant variation in the antibacterial activities (DIZ value) of different extract. Results: In our study we observed highest antibacterial activity in the extracts of the Punica granatum (Pomegranate) showed the highest antimicrobial activity in methanol extract for Ent. aerogenes and the less effect was observed in ethanol extract on E. coli. The DIZ value (diameter of zone of inhibition) of pomegranate were between 19-26 mm. Syzygium aromaticum (clove) plant extract (flower buds) at a same concentration showed the highest antimicrobial activity in ethyl acetate extract against E. coli and the lowest antibacterial activity in ethanol extract against S. aureus. While A. indica (Neem) plant extract (leaves) observed in highest antibacterial activity in methanol extract against Pseudomonas aeruginosa and the lowest antibacterial activity in same extract on E. coli. Then Ocimum sanctum (basil) plant extract (leaves) showed the highest antimicrobial activity in ethyl acetate extract against E. aerogenes and no inhibition was seen on Ocimum sanctum (basil) methanol extract with E. coli. Psiduam guajava (guava) plant extract (leaves) showed the highest antimicrobial activity in methanol extract in ethanol against E. aerogenes and the lowest antibacterial activity in ethanol against S. aureus.
A Review on: Detecting a specific aspect category for sentiment analysis using association rule mining scheme published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Miss. Gayatri D. Khot | Mr. H. A. Tirmare Now a days online consumer review is most powerful tool for decision making. This term serve as electronic word of mouth (EWM) which become an increasingly popular. Millions of people are now buy products and services via online. Web services are provided this feature to users openly. The web can provides an extensive source of consumer reviews. The user can read all the reviews and evaluate fair view about product or service. This can applicable only for limited number of reviews presented on web. The web contain more than hundreds of reviews then problem arrived and time consuming also. A text processing framework is desirable which summarize all the reviews. This framework would be find out general aspect category addressed in all review sentences. The method presented in this framework which applies association rule mining on co-occurrence frequency data to find out these aspect categories. From this result, generate polarity score for each aspect category. This polarity score helps to evaluate fair decision making for customer as well as company. Miss. Gayatri D. Khot | Mr. H. A. Tirmare"A Review on: Detecting a specific aspect category for sentiment analysis using association rule mining scheme" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12730.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/12730/a-review-on-detecting-a-specific-aspect-category-for-sentiment-analysis-using-association-rule-mining-scheme/miss-gayatri-d-khot
A REVIEW ON UROLITHIASIS AND PHYTOTHERAPY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K.P.Jaiganesh*1, B.Sreedharren2, G.Arunacalam3, A.Anandakumar4 and R.Nepolean4 Herbal medicine is a natural remedy for all the disease. Urinary stones are one of the oldest and most common afflictions in humans. Urolithiasis is a major cause of morbidity worldwide, where the stones are formed or located in the urinary system or the process of forming stones in the kidney, bladder and ureters. The patient will come across various signs and symptoms and diagnosis to find out the problem and get prescribed to some of allopathic medicines which are harmful to humans. Furthermore, in spite of substantial progress in the study of the biological and physical manifestations of kidney stones, there is no satisfactory drug to use in clinical therapy in the management of urolithiasis. The present review therefore critically evaluates the potential usefulness of herbal medicines in the management of urolithiasis.
HUMAN CAPITAL A PART OF SOCIAL CAPITAL published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Inna Fedoryshina The article considers the content and the structure of human capital. The term human capital is viewed as peoples abilities to participate in the production process in order to make use of their potential skills. A particular attention is paid to the meaning of social capital and its role in the formation of human capital. It is proven that there is not much research on the connection between human and social capital. Human development index in Ukraine and 20 leading counties of the global ranking is examined. Based on statistical indicators, the influence of deficiency in family social capital on the education process is defined. The scheme of distinction between human and social capital is introduced as well as connections between them in a realization form of social capital.
A STUDY OF BLENDED LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR PROJECT-BASED STUDIES published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Henry Ma Traditionally, design disciplines rely heavily on studio-based learning with a learning-by-doing approach. Through the active participation and expectation of ownership, studio-based learning is an effective method allowing students to be fully engaged in their study. However, project-based approach usually cannot be well catered in eLearning platform, and design faculty does not find benefit from using the eLearning system. This leads to a relatively low percentage of design faculty in using eLearning system for their teaching and learning activities. Owing to the popularity of social media, some eLearning systems have already implemented tools like discussion board, blog and journal that can facilitate communication like a studio-based learning environment but in a virtual space. The online learning community can serve similar purpose as studio-based learning in teacher-student and student-student communications. The objective of this action research project is to explore and develop a successful blended learning approach to utilize the exiting communication tools in the eLearning system to simulate the studio-based learning environment. This paper documented the action research project in developing project-based eLearning strategy and model in School of Design of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The project employed various eLearning activities to enable students to engage in project-based learning. These activities included (1) journal writing which required students to make day-to-day online reflection during the project development; (2) forum discussion which facilitates open online discussion among the class that encourage peer-to-peer learning. This paper discussed the result of the action research project and identify factors that affect the effectiveness of the blended learning strategies in project-based studies. Keywords:E-Learning, Blended Learning, Project-based Learning 1. Studio-Based and Project-Based Learning
EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF MEDICINAL PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Sonia Sethi*, Simran Khanna, Airambano Khan and Nanda Hatti The present study was carried out to determine the phytochemical constituents, antioxidant activity and antimicrobial activity in the Azadirachta indica, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Momordica charantia, Momordica dioica, Costus igneus, Calathea zebrine, Maranta leucoreura and Ophiopogon japonicus medicinal plants. Out of eight plant samples tested, leaf extract of Maranta leucoreura showed highest total antioxidant capacity with 2440?g ?-tocopherol content per milligram of the plant extract. Also reducing power activity in Costus igneus was found to be 85mg/ml and Calathea zebrine with 83mg/ml respectively. The antimicrobial potential of eight plants was screened against four bacteria E. coli, S. aureus, P. vulgaris and Streptococci sp, using well diffusion assay. Methanol extracts of Azadirachta indica, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Momordica charantia, Momordica dioica, Costus igneus, Calathea zebrine, Maranta leucoreura and Ophiopogon japonicus exhibited good activity against all the bacteria tested. The methanol leaf extracts of Momordica charantia showed significant activity against S. aureus (40mm), Streptococci sp (32mm) and E.coli (35mm). Leaf extract of Ocimum tenuiflorum exhibit highest activity against P. vulgaris (30mm) and E.coli (34mm). It can be inferred that the parts of plant having high content of phytochemicals may serve as a good source of nutraceuticals which have potential for use in health care formulations.
Anxiety on Body Image among Females Students of Pakistan (A Ternary Model of Body Image Exasperation Appraisal) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Hamid Mahmood | Adnan Shaukat | Usman Akram In present study tripartite influence model was examined with large sample of university females students (ages 18-29). This model is amalgamation of core source of influence i.e. peer, parents and media which contribute to development of body dissatisfaction& image perception. Quantitative data was analyzed by using SPSS 19 software and was also analyzed through Amos version 21 and confirmatory factor analysis conducted to verify the validity of adaptive instruments. In current study social comparison and internalization of thin body ideal significantly develop body dissatisfaction and image perception among university female students and also mediate the relationship of sociocultural factor (peer, parents, and media) and body dissatisfaction and image perception. Present study yet offering replication and extension of pervious work with social comparison and internalization of thin body ideal with Muslim ethnicity and provide support for further testing of tripartite model. Hamid Mahmood | Adnan Shaukat | Usman Akram"Anxiety on Body Image among Females Students of Pakistan (A Ternary Model of Body Image Exasperation Appraisal)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9402.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/9402/anxiety-on-body-image-among-females-students-of-pakistan-a-ternary-model-of-body-image-exasperation-appraisal/hamid-mahmood
Clinical Significance of Overall Treatment Time and Concurrent Chemo Radiation in the Treatment of Cervical Cancer Patients 5 Years Follow-Up published in

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Sanjay Singh Chandel, Akshaykumar Nigam Background and rationale: The potential risk of prolongation of treatment time in cervical cancer has been reported for many low-dose rate (LDR) studies, with an estimated loss of local control ranging from 0.3 to 1.6% per day of treatment prolongation. Since the treatment schedule for fractionated high-dose rate intracavitary brachytherapy (HDRICBT) is not directly comparable with that for LDR studies. Many studies are also present with different results. Aims: To evaluate the clinical significance of overall treatment time with clinical response and overall survival cervical cancer treated with concurrent chemoradiation. Methods and Materials: Hundred patients with biopsy proven squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix with stage IIB to IVA (according to FIGO classification) were entered into protocol using concurrent paclitaxel and radiation. Radiotherapy was conventionally administered: 50.4 Gy/28 fractions by external beam (whole pelvis) followed by HDR-ICBT, 4 fractions of 7 Gy each. Paclitaxel was administered on weekly basis at dose of 40 mg?m2 during entire course of external beam radiotherapy. Results: Treatment response was evaluated three months after the end of radiotherapy by means of clinical examination and ultrasonography. Complete Regression (CR) in 78%, partial response (PR) 16% and progressive disease 6%. At 52 months of median follow up 56 patients alive out of 42 patients are diseases free. Conclusion: The results of this study suggest that to achieve better treatment outcome, avoid treatment prolongation and overall treatment time should be less than 50 days.
EFFICIENT XML DATA EXTRACTION USING FMADM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
G.Gowtam Kumar* In now days data retrieval is the main focusing term in web data extraction. The process of XML data extraction in real time using search engines like Google, Ask, Bing and Yahoo etc. The RDBMS has some central methods to perform searching mechanism in real time data sets, but RDBMS is not suitable for XML data extraction. XQuery path language is the main methodolog y for Lowest Common Ancestors for implementing fuzzy type operations with XML data extraction. Fuzzy relational data extraction is very expensive of minimal cost. In fuzzy relational data extraction retrieving data becomes very complex while multiple numbe r of attributes queried processing on XML data. In this paper, we propose to suggest FMADM (Fuzzy Multi Attribute Decision Making) for extracting multi attribute XML data. We plan for results with multi attribute features in central method issues with weig hted queries. Our experimental results show efficient XML data ex traction in real time data sets .
Role of Diodes and Amplifiers in the Optic Fiber Communication Systems published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Brijesh. N. Chawda Hetero-junction LEDs and lasers are mostly used as the optical sources in optical fiber communication so that threshold current density is drastically reduced and also produces continuous wave operation, high efficiency, high coherence, high directionality and high efficiency and high power output.
A Comparative Study of Management of Fistulain Ano with Partial Fistulectomy Combined with Medicated Seton Technique and Conventional Fistulectomy published in

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Dr Sagarkumar Gupta, Dr Kaushalendra K Vegad, Dr Ramakant Manolkar Background Fistula in ano is one of the commonest problems faced in todays world. It is still the disease of the present and has acquired much significance today in the background of a rising incidence of fistula in ano.Several techniques have been described for the management of fistula-in-ano, but all carry their own risks of recurrence and incontinence. Technology has evolved over the past 2 decades that may enable surgeons to deal with this troublesome issue with greater success. This study summarizes the history of fistula-in-ano management, the current techniques available, and describes new technologies. Aims And Objectives 1. To review & study patients who presented with Fistula-in-ano. 2. To study the efficacy of partial fistulectomy combined with medicated seton technique. 3. To compare the efficacy of this technique with the conventional techniques of fistulectomy. 4. To study and compare the morbidity associated with this technique with conventional methods. 5. To study and compare the early and late post operative complications of this technique with the conventional techniques. Materials and methods A comparative study of 50 patients of Fistula in ano starting from September 2012 to September 2014 was carried out in Dhiraj Hospital, SBKS medical college, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth, Pipariya, Vadodara. These patients were divided into 2 groups of 25 each-one group undergoing conventional fistulectomy and another group undergoing technique of medicated seton insertion. All admitted patients had undergone the required work up for the diagnosis and treatment for fistula-in-ano. All patients were monitored with clinical and blood examinations and some special investigations like fistulogram, CT scan, MR fistulogram, sigmoidoscopy. Then patients were classified into simple and complex anal fistula and then they were divided into 2 groups-one treated with conventional technique of fistulectomy ,second group treated surgically with partial fistulectomy combined with medicated seton technique. The post op complications like recurrence, incontinence, pain and cosmetic problems and outcome were also evaluated for both the groups. A statistical analysis was carried out comparing the efficacy of both the techniques. The follow up study was carried out according to the extent of fistulous tract, approximately extending from 2 months to 1 year. Results The patients were of various ages, ranging from 18-62 years, with most of them in their 3rd or 4th decade, with a mean age of 38.62 years. Incidence among sexes (male: female) was in the ratio of 49:1 showing male predominance. Pus discharge was the commonest symptom complained by all the patients undergoing this study followed by itching and anal pain. On examination most of the patients presented with low anal type of fistula and single external opening. In comparison with both the technique medicated seton technique was much better for high and longer fistula and also of high healing rate compared to conventional fistulectomy. Patients were operated and after discharge were advised follow-up. On follow-up the pus discharge was present in all cases but there was no pain and patients were able to carry out their routine without much discomfort except there was slight itching in some of the cases. Conclusion This study signifies that the management of fistula on ano by partial fistulectomy combined with medicated seton technique is a much better procedure as compared to conventional fistulectomy technique with faster healing and least complications.

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