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Moral judgement and attitude of children towards school published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
POMPY BORA AND MALA HANDIQUE Morality is the supreme essence of a civilized society which distinguishes men from animals. Patterning of experiences is necessary for higher form of moral judgement. Development of moral judgement plays an important role in shaping the personality of child. The present study was undertaken to find out the association between moral judgement and medium of school, moral judgement and respondents attitude towards the school. A total of 160 children attending classes III-VI from four co-educational (two English and two Assamese medium) schools were selected as sample for the present study. The study was carried out in Jorhat district of Assam. Data were collected with the help of a standardized tool Moral Judgement Test and an interview schedule for assessing the students attitude towards the school. Data were collected in the calander year 2010 and 2011. The collected data were coded and analyzed. Results revealed that there was no association between development of moral judgement and medium of school. Teaching method and co-curricular activities were positive contributing factor for acceleration of moral values and judgement. Results further revealed that there was a significant association between development of moral judgement and students attitude towards the school. Children who had high ability of moral judgement, their attitude towards the school was also better. Children will benefit from the guidence of adults who can provide strategies to help them to learn self-control, which will later transform into a flexible capacity for moral self-regulation.
AQUAMETRY - THE MOISTURE CONTENT DETERMINATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P.Sandhya Rani*, G.Nagasowjanya, A.Ajitha, Dr.V. Uma MaheswarRao A small amount of a liquid (such as water) that makes something wet or moist. Moisture is simply water diffused in a relatively small quantity. Nearly all materials contain at least a diminutive volume of moisture as a component of the molecular makeup. It is the quantity of water contained in a material. Moisture content express the amount of water present in a moist sample.Moisture content can be expressed on wet or dry basis. Moisture content on dry basis is the amount of water per unit mass of dry solids in the sample. Moisture content on wet basis is the amount of water per unit mass of moist - or wet sample. Moisture content analysis is a critical component of material quality and essentially a function of quality control in most production and laboratory facilities. The moisture content influences the physical properties of a substance such as weight, density, viscosity, Refractive index, electrical,Conductivity and many more.
A Comparative Study on the Application of Electronic Business between Traditional Enterprises and Internet Companies – Based on Co-word Analysis of Annual Report published in

Proceedings of the 2017 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

Published by Lingnan University
Xinxin Wang, Xiaoqing Sun, Yuyao Fan This paper analyzes the content of 93 annual reports of listed Chinese companies by means of co-word analysis. The specific steps of co-word analysis are as follows. First of all, extracting high frequency keywords from the annual report of listed companies, then using word frequency analysis software SATI and Bicomb 2.0 to carry out statistics of word frequency and construct a co-word matrix, and last of all, generating a visual co-word network diagram in the visualization tools of ucinet6 and NetDraw. Comparing the status quo of the application of electronic business on traditional enterprises and internet companies as the visual co-word network diagram shows, this paper analyzes the existing problems in the network transformation of traditional enterprises and put forward specific recommendations for improvement.
Effects of biofertilizer enriched vermicompost on the growth parameters of Vigna unguiculata (L.) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Amp Quot Natarajan Manivannan, Gunalan Udhayakumar, Murugesan Gnanadesigan, Nooruddin Thajuddin, Thilagavathy Daniel, V. K. Sivakumar, R. R. Thanighaiarassu, D. Raghunathan, P. Sivamani Amp Quot The present study aimed to identify the productivity of cow pea plant with biofertilizer enriched vermicompost. The values of maximum root length, shoot length, number of root nodules, internodes, number of appeared flowers, number of pods appeared, pod length, pod wet weight and number of seeds found higher on 70th day with VC (TP + CA) + MI 108 treated plants. The level of C/N and C/P ratio found maximum in leaf litter of GS + CD (1:1) and Leaf litter of (CA + GS) + CD (1:1:2) treated vermicompost. The total numbers (140.16) and total biomass (61.36 g) of the recovered worms found higher in leaf litter of (TP + CA) + CW (1:1:2) in treated litters. The microbial counts found higher in leaf litter of (TP + CA) + CD (1:1:2) treatments. The percentage occurrence of nutritional factor, chlorophyll content and biochemical parameter found higher in (TP + CA) + CD (1:1:2) treated plants. It has concluded that, the enrichment of vermicompost with biofertilizer has enhanced the various physiological properties in Vigna unguiculata.
Synthesis and Characterization of Bis 3-Phenyldithiocarbazato Cadmium(Ii): a New Single-Source Precursor for Preparation of Cds Nanocompounds published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Susanta Kumar Giri Metal complex of the type ML2 [M = Cd; L = 3-phenyldithiocarbazate] have been synthesized and characterized by UV-vis and FT-IR spectroscopy. The complexe is formulated as four coordinate species with the dithiocarbazate acting as bidentate chelating ligand. The complexe is thermolysed at 100 ?C in ethylene glycol and used as single-source precursors for the synthesis of CdS nano compound without using any surfactant and or additives at mild reaction condition.
A REVIEW ON HVDC TRANSMISSION LINE PROTECTION WITH DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Shrishail H. Patale his paper presents overview on method s which is used for locating faults on the HVDC transmission lines . Different methods like Distance Protection Method, Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), Hilbert - Huang Transform Method, Independent Component Method, Fuzzy Logic Method, Wavelet Transform (WT), Natural Frequency Method, Artificial Neural Network (ANN) etc are used. This paper provides the description of all methods .
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF NOVEL N-ACYLHYDRAZONE DERIVATIVES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Pankaj K. Godhaviya1*, Praful K. Patel1 and Dinesh S. Kundariya2 A series of novel N-acylhydrazone derivatives was synthesized via condensation of acid hydrazide with different substituted acetophenone in the presence of catalytically acetic acid using methanol or ethanol as a solvent. The structures of synthesized compounds were confirmed by using elemental analysis, Mass, IR and 1H NMR spectroscopy. Also compounds were tested for their antibacterial and antifungal activity (MIC) in vitro with two Gram-positive bacteria, two Gram-negative bacteria and three fungal strains.
ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING AMBIENT NOISE LEVEL IN COMMERCIAL ZONE OF JABALPUR CITY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pra deep Singh Baghel, Prof. R. K. Bhati a , Prof. D. C. Rahi Noise pollution is considered as environmental stressor which now becomes a problem of all over the word especially in developing countries like India. Jabalpur city (Union Territory) is second biggest city of Madhya Pradesh having population of 10.81 lakh s and selected in first round of smart city mission under the government of India. The rapid growth and development of city in terms of industrialization, Increase of traffic and urbanization causing increasing trends of noise level. The present study is c oncerned with assessment of ambient noise level in commercial zone of Jabalpur city in May 2016. Noise level study was conducted at 5 different locations in commercial area of Jabalpur and recorded noise data are interpreted in form of parameter L eq , L 1 ퟎ , L 50 , L 90 , LNP. The L eq Value in different hours of different locations compared with prescribed standard of Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and it was observed that in all the study area sound level is much above the maximum permissible limit. Thi s study reveals commercial area of Jabalpur city is highly exposed to noise pollution and there is a need to adopt suitable control measure for reduction of noise.
Pengaruh Pemberian Persepuluhan Atas Kerohanian Gereja Sidang Jemaat Allah Jemaat Victorius Worship Family Makassar published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Christina Evi Paligi, Ivan Th.J Weismann Yang menjadi pokok masalah dalam penulisan karya ilmiah ini adalah sejauh mana sikap jemaat dalam hal perpuluhan berpengaruh atas perkembangan rohani, dan sejauh mana sikap jemaat dalam perpuluhan berpengaruh atas perkembangan usaha. Tujuan penulisan ini ialah untuk mencari tahu faktorfaktor apa yang menyebabkan jemaat tidak setia dalam memberi persepuluhan kepada Tuhan, dan untuk mencari tahu mengapa jemaat tidak memahami dengan benar tentang persepuluhan. Penelitian akan mengambil sample yang terdiri dari 50 anggota jemaat yang sudah berpenghasilan. Teknik pengumpulan data melalui angket dan teknik analisis data yaitu penggunaan analisis statistic dengan program SPSS 15. Adapu hasiul penelitian bahwa tingkat pendidikan jemaat GSJA Victorious Worship Family Makassar sangat berpengaruh terhadap perkembangan rohani jemaat, di mana apabila terjadi peningkatan pada tingkat pendidikan jemaat maka perkembangan rohaninya mengalami penurunan. Kedua, bahwa tingkat pendidikan jemaat sangat berpengaruh terhadap keberhasilan usaha jemaat, di mana apabila terjadi peningkatan pada tingkat pendidikan jemaat maka keberhasilan usaha jemaat mengalami peningkatan. Ketiga, bahwa tingkat pendidikan jemaat sangat berpengaruh terhadap sikap memberi persepuluhan kepada Tuhan, di mana apabila terjadi peningkatan pada tingkat pendidikan maka tingkat sikap memberi persepuluhan kepada Tuhan mengalami perkembangan.
Design Control System of Pitch Angle Wind Turbine Horizontal Axis based Imperialist Competitive Algorithm (ICA) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ali Musyafa, Akhmad B. Fauzi Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS) is one of the alternative energies developed from the use of small-scale wind wurbine.WECS capacity is less than 10 kW. Indonesia winds changing and relatively low. To overcome these problems required the control system of wind turbine pitch angle. In this study designed a control system of wind turbine pitch angle based imperial Competitive Algorithm (ICA). The control system is expected at varying wind speeds, can provide rotor angular velocity remains stable and working at optimum area. ICA is a novel evolutionary algorithm to optimize a system inspired from competition rule (imperial Competition). Optimization for ICA-based control system designed using ITAE (Integral Time Absolute Error) as the objective function in determining the PID control parameters. The results showed ICA-based PID control responds well to all set point tests, and the test results set point 10 peps provide the best response when compared to a higher set point. With Kip, Kid, and Kid sequentially 1:49, 3:13 and 0:03 gave the maximum overshoot (maximum overshoot) 11:30% with down time (settling time) for 1.85 seconds and quantitatively ITAE=0.42 for 10 seconds.
An Analytical Study of Liquidity in Selected Oil and Gas Refineries in India. published in

Published by
Miss Jalpa. H. Panery Liquidity means the ability of a firm to meet its short term financial obligations. Liquidity is very important factor in the business. Liquidity is very necessary for survival of business. The firm should have to maintain balanced liquidity position which means that neither excess nor insufficient liquidity. Excess liquidity position may reduce profitability and insufficient liquidity position may create danger for the solvency of business. In present research work, the researcher has made analysis of liquidity in selected oil and gas refineries in India viz., IOC, ONGC, HPCL, BPCL for the period of five years. Researcher has used various accounting ratios and F-test one way ANNOVA table as a statistical tool for data analysis. The main purpose of research work is to measure liquidity position and get idea about financial health and solvency of selected oil and gas refineries of India. The findings show that there is strong liquidity in selected oil and gas refineries of India.
EFFECT OF USING HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE COLUMNS ON THE STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR OF R.C BUILDINGS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P. Adinarayana*, K.Ramudu Strength, durability and stability are the main criteria for material selection and design in the construction industry. Consequently, development and enhancement of construction materials is always an active and attractive field for engineers and researchers. Elevated temperature (fire) is a potential threat for any structural buildings that can cause a major damage. Response of construction materials exposed to elevated temperature or fire requires a full study and analysis with lessons learned from previous cases. High strength concrete (HSC) has been used in the lower story columns of high rise buildings owing to its qualities over normal strength concrete (NSC) in many countries. But, the full structural qualities of the HSC were unable to be used because of insufficient information regarding the structural behaviour of the material and its properties. Columns moment- curvature curves were developed and maximum inter story drifts were obtained for the different frame models with variation in columns concrete strength. The study shows that frames with HSC columns have got lower stiffness and performed well in satisfying ductility demand. The maximum inter storey drifts are slightly higher for frames with HSC columns, but the contribution of the concrete strength in resisting the lateral deformations was significant. Economic comparisons were also made and it was found that the most economical frame corresponds to frame with the highest columns concrete strength.
Comparative Study of Depth Perception Between Softball and Cricket State Level Boys Players published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Upma Bhagat, Prof. Nishan Singh Deol The purpose of the study was to compare the depth perception of softball and cricket state level boys players. For achieving the purpose of the study we have selected total sixty (60) boys players (softball = 30 & cricket = 30). Data will be collected from Patiala District only. The age of subjects ranged between 14 to 17 year. Me Digraph Depth Perception Tester was the best suited instrument for the present study and it was also used to measure the depth perception of sixty softball and cricket players. After the collection of relevant data, it was processed and analyzed with descriptive statistics. To compare the depth perception of subjects, Mean, standard deviation and t-test was employed with the help of statistical package of SPSS. To test the hypothesis the significance level was set at 0.05 percent. After statistical treatment, result showed that there were insignificant differences for depth perception between softball and cricket state level boys players.
An Analysis of Maritime Lien and its Practice in India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ram N. Sharma A maritime lien is a cross word puzzle or riddled with exceptions, qualifications and conflicting juristic writings for many people. In fact, what may be accurate in India may not be same in the circumstances of a particular case or in different jurisdictions.Therefore, it is a matter of interpretation. The Common law principle is that if a man has an article delivered to him, on the improvement of which he has to bestow trouble and expense, he has a right to detain it until his demand is paid. Its origin is lex mercatoriathat is mercantile law. Admiralty law has recognized maritime lien since period of long time and to understand it we need to refer to English law.Apart from its definition, there are different kinds of liens in practice in India such as particular lien, general lien, statutory lien, possessory lien and maritime lien. Importance of maritime lien and its enforcement procedure is explained in this article. It concludes with findings and current status of shipping and maritime laws in India
A Study on Efficiency Analysis of Portfolio Creation by Considering Risk Factor in India Infoline Ltd with special reference to Cochin. published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
R.Murugesan &Dr.T.Vetrivel Abstract The articles are to find investors investing their entire savings in a single security instead they tend to invest in a group of securities. Such a group of securities is called portfolios. Creation of portfolio helps to reduce to risk without sacrificing returns. Portfolio management deals with the analysis of individuals securities. As well as with the theory and practice of optimally combing securities into portfolios and investor who understand the fundamentals principals and analytical aspects of portfolio management have a better chance of success. Risk in inherent in any investment. Nonpayment of interest or variability if returns while some investment like government securities and bank deposits are almost riskless. Others are more risky. Risk and returns of investments are related. Normally, the higher is the risk the higher is the returns. The articles conducted for the India info line limited is basically carried out to study the portfolio creation and to find out the risk factors effecting the portfolio creation and to find out the risk factors affecting the portfolio creation and to analysis the performance of investment by conducting the financial survey, the researcher analysis that the selection of financial instruments depends on many factors. And also willingness to take risk depends up on the age group .the researcher makes a relation between age group and risk affordability of the investors. Key Words: investors, instead, fundamentals, returns, carried out
Using LabVIEW: Simulation Exciter of Devices Jamming published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Elan Djaelani; Nina Siti Aminah; Ridodi Anantaprama It has been made exciter of devices jamming, by using component voltage controled oscilator (vco). It has been done measurements: signal noise,signal sawtooth and level DC voltage at those signals. Being wanted those devices jamming could be raised its performance. With helping software LabVIEW being made exciter. Result Simulation are graphic and table relation between input exciter and its output. Input exciter are: signal sawtooth, signal noise and level DC voltage that could be changing its amplitude. Output exciter are frequency RF, sweeping from frequency f1 to f2 with frequency medium f0. Result simulation could be used for development device jamming
Liberty and Individualism: The Twin Major Themes in the Novels of Chetan Bhagat published in

Published by
B. Balaji Reddy, Dr. M. Sambaiah, M.A., Ph.D. Chetan Bhagat has been applauded and viewed as a versatile author by the youth at presently in India. It is no exaggeration to call him the biggest selling English language novelist in Indias history. One can easily sense and guess with little effort about his major themes in his novels namely freedom and liberty, gender differences, individualism, lacking of integrity in the present educational system, effect of globalization and so on. This present paper of us mainly aims to focus on two major themes liberty as well as individualism in the select novels of Chetan Bhagat.
Vaginal Dryness, its Related Health Problems and Coping Strategies of Menopausal Women in The Urban Community . published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Mercy. P. F. , Rev. Angelline Sr. Aileen Mathias. Aim: To determine the vaginal dryness, its related health problems and coping strategies of menopausal women in the urban community. Materials and methods: A descriptive survey approach was used and it was conducted in the urban community with the sample size of 100 menopausal women with in the age group of 45-60 yrs. convenient sampling technique was used. The numerical rating scale was used on vaginal dryness, its related health problems and checklist on coping strategies adopted for it. Result: The study result revealed that73 % of the subjects had mild vaginal dryness, 22 % had moderate and remaining 5 % had severe vaginal dryness. Coping strategies adopted by majority of menopausal women was average (90%). And there was no association between the coping strategies adopted for vaginal dryness, its related health problems and selected baseline variables. Conclusion: The study concluded saying that the most of the menopausal women have vaginal dryness, its related health problems and they adopt various coping strategies to manage the vaginal dryness, its related health problems.
Stability Analysis of Powerhouse Caverns of Bakhtiary Dam Using 3DEC Software published in

Analytical and Numerical Methods in Mining Engineering

Published by Yazd University
B. Dehghani, L. Faramarzi, M. Sanei Today, large underground spaces for multiple strategic projects including hydroelectric power plants, storage of oil and gas, nuclear waste disposal, etc. are important. Stability analysis is of great importance due to the large dimensions of these spaces. In this paper, at first according to the discontinuities orientation and stress conditions of the region, appropriate direction for excavations is selected. The rock mass strength properties including the shear strength of discontinuous rock mass and the modulus of deformation using in situ tests was determined. The numerical modeling results have been summarized. Stress conditions in the study area were determined using a hydraulic fracture tests. In the next step, Using analytical relations and numerical method (Discrete Element Method, 3DEC); as well as, with regard to occurring rock burst phenomenon between the two caverns, and changing of distance between these caverns, the proper optimum distance is determined. Finlay using the result of numerical modeling and based on the plastic zone, a suitable support system (consists of length of tendons and rock bolts at different parts of caverns and axial stress applied to those) has been suggested.
Activity of soil protease enzyme as influenced by dimethomorph and pyraclostrobin fungicides to groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) soil. published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
P. Ramanamma | V. Rangaswamy Soil microbial diversity is indispensable to maintain functional diversity and enzyme-mediated critical soil processes that detoxify soil from environmental pollutants, like pesticides. Thus, the present study was carried out to assess the effect of different concentrations of the fungicides on the activity of protease, in clay and sandy loam groundnut soils of Anantapuramu District of Andhra Pradesh , India. The use of pesticides in agriculture has highly increased during the last 40 years to increase crop yields. However, today most pesticides are polluting water, soil, atmosphere and food. Pesticides are also impact soil enzymes, which are essential catalysts ruling the quality of soil life. A laboratory experiment was conducted to study the effect of selected fungicides, dimethomorph and pyraclostrobin, at concentrations ranging from 0 to10 kg ha-1 on the activity of protease. The activities of protease were significantly more at pyraclostrobin and dimethomorph levels of 5.0 and 2.5 kg ha-1, respectively. But at higher concentrations of 7.5 and 10 kg ha-1 respectively, dimethomorph and pyraclostrobin were toxic to protease activities. In soil samples receiving 2.5-5.0 kg ha-1 of the fungcides, the accumulation of reducing sugar was pronounced more at 20 days, and the activity of the protease was drastically decreased with increasing period of incubation up to 30 and 40 days.The results of the present study thus, clearly, indicate that application of the Fungicides in cultivation of groundnut, at field application rates improved the activity of protease in soils. P. Ramanamma | V. Rangaswamy"Activity of soil protease enzyme as influenced by dimethomorph and pyraclostrobin fungicides to groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) soil." 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/ijtsrd7099.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/microbiology/7099/activity-of-soil-protease-enzyme-as-influenced-by-dimethomorph-and-pyraclostrobin-fungicides-to-groundnut-arachis-hypogaea-l-soil/p-ramanamma
Indian Cinema what it Can Teach Us? published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Rudra Prasanna Mohapatra : Todays generation think of Indian cinemas as entertainment. This piece of literature strives to bring home other dimensions of Indian cinemas. Indian cinemas taught society about the ill effects of traditions, superstitions, popularised inter-caste marriages through love stories and also exhibits various serious themes on Indian socio-polity and security. Thus Indian cinemas in particular and cinemas in general has a massage for the societies. But changing dimensions of human society and behaviour has forced the movie-makers to make movies for financial investment only. Here, the history, changing prospects and regional diversities of Indian cinemas are discussed to establish the necessities of movies for human societies.
Standardization of technology for development of guava soybean toffee as a protein enriched product published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.P. KHAPRE Guava-soya toffees are prepared by blending guava (Psidium guajava L.) pulp with soya (Glycine max) slurry for developing protein enriched product. With increase in concentration of soya, the level of protein and fat in the finished product was observed higher as a result of which the concentration of sugars decreased in the final product. Addition of guava increased the level of ascorbic acid, fibre, calcium and phosphorus. However, the product having 85% fruit pulp and 15% soya slurry recorded highest score in sensory attributes revealing better consumer acceptability. Thus, guava fruit being highly perishable and deficient in protein and fat can be utilized by blending with soybean products to yield a nutritious product.
METHODS OF RISK MANAGEMENT OF INVESTMENT AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS OF TERROTORIAL DEVELOPMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alice Igorevna Cherkashina;Anton Dmitriyevich Murzin The article provides an overview of the methods of management of economic, social and environmental risks and the selection of the most efficient ones to use in the analysis of investment and construction projects for the development of a specific urban area.
CHEILOSCOPY AND GENDER DETERMINATION - AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr Tim Peter, Dr. Laxmikanth Chatra, Dr. Prashanth Shenai , Dr.Deepthi Anna Cherian, Dr. Tom Peter, Dr. Betsy Thomas Cheiloscopy is a forensic investigation technique that deals with identification of humans based on lips traces. The aim of this study was to throw light on the gender determination aspect of cheiloscopy. Study group comprised of 500 individuals from Mangalore comprising of 250 males and 250 females of the age group 15-60 years. Materials used were digital camera in a photoshot stabilized tripod stand and cephalostat machine to stabilize the individual. Type 1 lip groove lines were found most common in all regions of lips in both males and females except for lower middle region where Type 1 lip groove lines are found more common. Certain lip groove lines may be found more common in specific region of both males and females. Even though statistically highly significant values are there for certain types of lip groove lines, it is not possible to do the gender determination solely based on the lip groove lines. Cheiloscopy does promise to be a promising tool in personal identification, however its potential in gender determination in still under scrutiny.
Institutional Finance for Agriculture in Karnataka published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Nc Sumathi Indian agriculture is one of the strong hold of the India economy and it accounts for 18.5 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP). Agriculture draws its significance from the fact that it has vital supply and demand links with the manufacturing sector and is a source of livelihood for the rural population of India, and it represents the backbone of rural livelihood security system.
Measuring Height of an Object using Accelerometer and Camera in iOS and Android Devices? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Anmole Dewan, Abhijeet Sharma, Tanupriya Choudhary, Vasudha Vashisht? The height of object can be determined by using inch tapes, angles of elevation and basic trigonometry. Everything listed can be replaced by using standard smart phones having accelerometer, GPS receiver, network connectivity and camera. The research deals with calculation of height of an object by converting data received from the sensors.
REFORMATIVE ENHANCEMENT FOR HOLISTIC ADVANCEMENT OF BENEFICIARIES (PROJECT REHAB): READINESS, AVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ismael J. Herradura, PHINMA University of Iloilo, Iloilo City, Philippines PhD, Maria Teresa C. Carbon, EdD, PHINMA University of Iloilo, Iloilo City, Philippines Ofelia T. Pacete, MPA, PHINMA University of Iloilo, Iloilo City, Philippines
CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF THE ESSENTIAL OIL FROM THYMUS VULGARIS CULTIVATED IN MOROCCO (TAOUNATE) AGAINST TEN BACTERIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Moulay Sadiki, Alae Elabed, Amal Elaabedy, Soumya Elabed*, Abdellah Farah, Mohammed Iraqui and Saad Ibnsouda Koraichi In order to valorize the medicinal and aromatic plants of Morocco, this study focuses on the chemical characterization and study of the antibacterial activity of the essential oil of Thymus vulgaris. In view to search for new bioactive natural products, this investigation was carried out against pathogenic bacteria which are frequent and cause problems in the medical field and food. Analysis by gas chromatography and Retention Index of the essential oil of T. vulgaris obtained by hydrodistillation of the aerial parts gave as major compounds, Thymol (40.0%), ?-Terpinene (12.0%), P-Cymene (12.0%) followed by Linalool (4.4%) and Carvacrol (3.1%).Thereafter minimal inhibitory concentrations of the essential oil added to Luria- Bertani agar medium in defining concentrations were determined by a screening test with the agar dilution method. The results indicated that MICs were ranged from 0.2% to 0.03% (v/v) for all trains, except Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which was least susceptible and inhibited by 0.4% (v/v).
Job Cards in MGNREGS Registered: Based on Need or Caution: A Micro Level Analaysis published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
A. Santhappan The flagship programme of the Indian Government “ MGNREGS “ is aiming at enhancing the livelihood security of the rural households through guaranteed 100 days of manual wage employment in a fiscal year to its adult member, who is willing to do manual work. There is a registration process involved to obtain job cards for benefiting from this programme. Even though the process looks like simple steps, it involved time, labour and money of the intended beneficiaries to register and obtain the job cards. Insufficient clarity and understanding from the parts of both the implementers and beneficiaries, more people than the actual beneficiaries have registered and obtained job cards under this scheme, through which the implementers spent lot of time, energy and money on providing the job cards as well as keeping the data base. This article analyses the cause and effect of more number of registration and brings out some suggestions to avoid over burdening with more data and keep the beneficiaries with more clarity on the programme for effective participation. A. Santhappan"Job Cards in MGNREGS Registered: Based on Need or Caution: A Micro Level Analaysis" 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/ijtsrd2373.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/2373/job-cards-in-mgnregs-registered-based-on-need-or-caution-a-micro-level-analaysis/a-santhappan
In-Vivo and In-Vitro Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Aquilaria agallocha Oil published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Habibur Rahman, Kamala Vakati, M Chinna Eswaraiah The present study aimed for evaluation of Aquilaria agallocha oil obtained by hydro-distillation from the woods for in-vivo and in-vitro anti-inflammatory activity. The oil was screened for in-vivo anti-inflammatory activity by carrageenan-induced paw edema in rat model and In-vitro anti-inflammatory activity by human red blood cell membrane stabilization method. The potency of the oil was compared with standard Diclofenac (10 mg/kg). The oil showed significant reduction of edema in carrageenan induced rat paw edema model maximum at 3 hr for AAO 50 mg/kg, AAO 100 mg/kg and diclofenec 10 mg/kg (% reduction in paw volume 58.59%, 62.11% and 68.94% respectably) and membrane stabilizing action on human red blood cell membrane at concentration of 100, 250 and 500 mcg/ml showed 39.66%, 62.94% and 78.50% which are comparable with standard diclofenec.
A New Approach for Key Forwarding Scheme in WSN Using Mobile Sink? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
E.Revathi, C.Darwin, G.Vivitha? A dynamic en-route filtering scheme is to address both false report injection attacks and DoS attacks in wireless sensor networks. In our scheme, sensor nodes are organized into clusters. Each legitimate report should be validated by multiple message authentication codes (MAC), which are produced by sensing nodes using their own authentication keys. The authentication keys of each node are created from a hash chain. Before sending reports, nodes disseminate their keys to forwarding nodes using Hill Climbing approach. Then, they send reports in rounds. In each round, every sensing node endorses its reports using a new key and then discloses the key to forwarding nodes. Using the disseminated and disclosed keys, the forwarding nodes can validate the reports. Each node can monitor its neighbors by overhearing their broadcast, which prevents the compromised nodes from changing the reports. Report forwarding and key disclosure are repeatedly executed by each forwarding node at every hop; until the reports are dropped or delivered to the base station. We assume that the topologies of wireless sensor networks change frequently either because sensor nodes are prone to failures or because they need to switch their states between Active and Sleeping for saving energy. This paper also proposes a framework to maximize the life time of WSN by using mobile sink. Each node does not need to send the data immediately as it becomes available. Instead the node can store the data temporarily and transmit it when the mobile sink is at the most favorable location for achieving the longest WSN lifetime.
Isolation and Identification of Pathogenic Fungi Causing Superficial Infections in a Tertiary Care Hospital published in

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Gowri S, Paulkamesh D, Sucilathangam G, Revathy C Background: Superficial mycoses ( fungal infections) are common skin diseases affecting millions of people worldwide. This affects people of all age groups while common in immunocompromised individuals. Superficial mycoses are of two types namely surface mycoses and cutaneous mycoses. Present study was performed for the isolation and identification of fungal species from infected patients and to study prevalence of superficial mycoses. Methods: Clinical samples from 55 patients were subjected to potassium hydroxide (KOH) examination and culture isolation; causative agents were identified macroscopically and microscopically. Results: Based on the study the most common cause of Tinea pedis, Tinea corporis, Tinea cruris, Tinea faciei was identified to be Trichophyton rubrum. Other frequently implicated agents include Microsporum canis, Micrrosporum gypseum and Epidermophyton floccosum. Conclusion: Trichophyton spp was the common Dermatophyte in the study population and the predominant clinical presentation of Superficial mycoses is Tinea corporis.
Prophylactic internal iliac artery ligation in a case of placenta accreta published in

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Dr. Sonali Deshpande,Dr.Kanan Yelikar, Dr.Shubhangi Deshmukh -
APPROACHES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT DISPARITIES’ REGULATION 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�
Shevchenko Olga The subject of research is theoretical approaches to the structuring of instruments regulating regional disparities which prevail in normative economics. The goal of the research is to elaborate and evaluate the approaches to regulation of regional disparities and formation or improving of the principles of regional disparities’ regulation. The tasks of the study is to outline the theoretical approaches to the regulation of regional disparities, the formulation of principles of disparities regulation, the recommendations of using these principles during the working out the policy which impacts onto the regional unevenness. Methods of theoretical generalization and classifications, groupings, as well as abstract and logical methods are used in the article. It is shown that overcoming of the crisis in regions is impossible without gradual state regulation of the socio-economic sphere, thus the coordination of the state and regional interests in theoretical terms is realized through the elaboration of principles of regional development and disparities’ regulation. The term «regional agreement» is characterized and it means the solving of the conflict of interests as follows: in plane spatial development – economic, social and environmental interests, also between the state and regions, and between the authorities and civil society. The results of the research can be used in the working out of the theory of regional development regulation and the forming of the state regional policy. The principles regulating regional disparities are the following: consideration and coordination of stakeholders interests, of self-reliance and independence, achieving the parity of regulative methods partnership, self-sufficiency, optimality, capability to perceive the management influence and bilateralism of management, responsibility, exclusivity, logic sequence. The practical possibilities of the implementation of the regional regulation’ principles are shown. It is proved that the principles have no hierarchic view and the choice of a principle depends on the goal of the state regional policy.
Ethics and professionalism in banking services published in

Basic Research Journal of Business Management and Accounts

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Adewale A. Alawiye-Adams Ethics and Professionalism are two key words relevant in consideration to effective practice and delivery of banking services, all over the world. This paper considers this critically important subject matter from both the point of relevance of both the institution as an entity on the one hand and its operators (both owner/Directors and employees) on the other hand, as it relates to internationally accepted rules and regulations of standard practice, recognition of right and wrong operational procedures. Existing and continually developing academic/professional training opportunities, including other sources of Human capital development, all gearing towards banking practice efficiency, effectiveness and development both locally and internationally, have lost relevance both in content and in sufficient technicality to adequately equip the bank employees today (most of which are not properly grounded in the pre-requisites of what is required to be effective in banking services delivery. Society places significant trust and confidence on banks in their expectations on the expected leadership role of banks worldwide, as providers of the most crucial resource for production in commerce and industry for economic growth and development. However the failure of banking operatives in upholding the codes of Ethics and professionalism, the weak base of banking knowledge, both in theory and practice have resulted in disregard for the codes of Corporate Governance, wreckless initiation of diverse insider abuses, by both board members and staff of banks, banks shunning the directives of regulators, with disdain. Systemic bank failures, institutional and industry disorders and collapses have been the consequences of the anomalies. Keywords: Codes of Ethics and Professionalism, Banking practice, misconduct of Boards, management and staff of banks, Codes of Corporate Governance, Lack of Competence and Effectiveness resulting from non adherence to codes.
The Impact of Female Education on Fertility: A Comparative Study of India and Rajasthan published in

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Dr. Firdous Ansari Female education has its impact on social as well as health development of a nation. It is known that informed reproductive and health care decisions are taken by educated women. In this paper a comparison regarding female literacy and fertility is made between rural and urban areas of India and Rajasthan, considering fertility indicators e.g. total fertility rate and age specific fertility rate with various education levels; illiterate ,literate, and graduate and above. In the beneath discussion is made. Discussion : Study reveals a decrease in fertility rate as education level is increased in India as well as in Rajasthan. As far as we concerned rural and urban area of these two geographical locations, in rural India total fertility rate is found more in illiterate women, whereas in reference of Rajasthan, urban and rural areas have same scenario. There is a need to use literacy as a tool of controlling fertility rates.
Empowering Muslim Women Though Executive Coaching & Mentoring published in

International Journal of Nusantara Islam

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Fadila Grine This paper examines the role and effect of executive coaching and mentoring on the empowerment of Muslim women and enhancing their levels of contribution. It further substantiates the manner in which executive coaching can accommodate both the nature and needs of Muslim women while further unleashing her respective talents, creativity and skills. The study further highlights the role and significance of coaching in spheres relevant to family, as well as social and career development. This study highlights the use of the strategic technique for personal and leadership development set to explore talents, leaders and implicit abilities. Moreover, it exhibits the flexibility of self-coaching and its appropriateness for Muslim women, especially concerning self-development, which in turn influences social and institutional development. This inquiry highlights a number of practical results which emphasizes the viability and efficacy of executive coaching on personal and institutional levels as far as the making of better world for Muslim women is concerned.
Traumatic Rotator Cuff Tear in A Young Recreational Athlete: A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Zuheb Ahmed Siddiqui, Shibili Nuhmani, Abdul Salam Ansari Rotator cuff tears occur chronically in older population. In young athletes, rotator cuff tears are a rare injury, but occur as a result of traumatic event instead of overuse injuries. Acute tears may be overlooked with other conditions such as rotator cuff contusion or brachial neuropraxia. Timely diagnosis is crucial before the tear progresses to the point of irreparability. This case report presents a case of young athlete with traumatic rotator cuff tear managed by an arthroscopic repair and surgery specific rehabilitation.
A study of Anti-diabetic Medicine and future scope of its market in India published in

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Pushpendra singh, Dr.Sanjay Shankar Mishra Objective: To study the present scenario of diabetic market in India and future scope of business development of companies operating in this segment. Design: The present study is an observational, cross-sectional study. Setting and Participants: 120 doctors, 300 patients, 75 wholesalers/Stockiest and 150 Retailers from 15 cities of India. Methods A predesigned questionnaires containing multiple choice questions were given to doctors, wholesalers/ stockiest and retailers to get the market shares in terms of prescriptions and rupee value for different brands. Statistical analysis: The result of the study was tabulated and statistically analyzed in terms of percentage and their order. Results: Amongst 120 doctors, 71 were diabetologist, 22 were general physician and 27 were nephrologists. Diabetologists see 48.70% patients of diabetes mellitus whereas general nephrologists see 29.60% and physician see 35.90% of diabetic patients. The ratio of type 2 to type 1 DM seen by these doctors is 2.541, 2.677 and 15.2 by diabetologists, nephrologists and general physician respectively. On studying prescribing habit by doctor and availability of drugs the order of preference was Glimepiride and Metformin combination followed by Metformin and then Glimepiride and least for glargine monotherapy. Conclusion: Most of the type 1 DM patients are taking their treatment from diabetologists. Combination therapy of Glimepiride + Metformin is most widely used drugs to treat type 2 diabetes. There is a gap in demand and supply of insulin.
Price and Quality Effects on Private Label Purchases across Age Groups published in

Proceedings of the 2017 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

Published by Lingnan University
Kandapa Thanasuta, Chompunuch Pongjit This study investigates the relationship between consumers “behavioral” and “perceptual” characteristics on the purchase of private label brands (PLBs) across three age groups in Thailand. Usable data involving three hundred mall-intercepted were used to verify the hypotheses through multiple regression analysis. The results indicate that the consumer behavioral characteristic, quality consciousness, negatively influences PLB purchases. Price consciousness, another consumer behavioral characteristic, was shown to have an insignificant relationship. Price-quality inference, one of the two variables under consumer perceptual characteristics, was identified as having a negative relationship with PLBs purchases; while perceived quality variation proved to be insignificant. The results also show that the relationships between consumer characteristics and PLBs purchases vary widely across age groups.
Unmasking Racism in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichies Americanah published in

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Sajna P The title of the novel refers to the nickname given to Nigerians who move to the US then back to their native soil, taking back with them an array of affectations and snobberies about Nigeria and its differences with the West. Ifemelu, the lead protagonist of the novel, is herself an Americanah.Beginning when they are a teenage couple in Nigeria, we follow the lives of Ifemelu and Obinze across three countries, taking in the US and UK when the characters move there respectively. Middle class and well-educated, each find their relocation is a shock to the system when they are confronted simultaneously by the differences in culture and values, and also the fact that in the West, status and class is tied to nationality and skin colour.Weaved into the dominant love story are the narratives of racism, displacement, migration, border-crossing and borderlessness, liberalism, Nigerian middle class apathy, Nigerian ruling class exploitation, colourism and its cousin, hairism, and white American do-gooders. The novel begins with Ifemelus point of view, and maintains it save for a few sections that allows us a glimpse of Obinzes thoughts
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS FROM PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS (JACQ.FR) KUMM., - AN WILD EDIBLE MUSHROOM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mariappan Senthilkumar*, Vinayagam Srividhya and Durai Mahalakshmi In this study, the phytochemical analysis of wild edible mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus from Dharmapuri district. Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of varying quantities of alkaloids, carbohydrate, cardiac glycosides, flavonoids, saponins, polyphenols, tannins, terpenoids with absence of anthraquinones and steroids. The results show that wild edible mushrooms are rich in health-promoting phytochemical compounds than cultivated. These bioactive compounds together with the high antioxidant activities obtained in some species and the nutrient contents in all species may be responsible for their nutritional and therapeutic uses. Total polyphenols values obtained ranged between 210-1614 mg Gallic Acid equivalent (GAE)/100g, dry weight basis (dwb) and flavonoids 214-1695 mg Quercetin Equivalent (QE)/100 g dwb. Total polyphenols and flavonoids values showed a positive correlation with the free radical scavenging activity. The extract of Pleurotus ostearus showed a significantly higher total phenol and flavonoid content of (248.80 + 7.63) mg/g and (42.63+0.63) respectively. Phytochemical composition analysis yielded (g/100g) alkaloid (0.32 0.07), flavonoids (2.84 0.24) and oligosaccharides (14.14 0.53). Thin layer chromatographic profiles yielded the different pattern of compound and as well as different Rf values. The ethanol extract showed three compounds (Rf = 0.16, 0.46, 0.72) followed by two compounds in ethyl acetate (0.26, 0.75), chloroform extract (0.25, 0.74) and only one compound yielded in hexane extract (0.85) respectively. The aim of the present study is to determine the bioactive compounds presents in Pleurotus ostearus.
An Impact of Educational Intervention Programme Regarding Dengue and Its Prevention for Urban High School Children, Pune, Maharashtra published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sachin Gupta, Dr. Reshma Patil Introduction: Dengue is the most important emerging tropical viral disease of humans in the world today. Severe dengue is a leading cause of serious illness and death among children. Objectives: To assess the level and retention of knowledge of high school children regarding dengue before and after the educational program. Material &methods: - Interventional Study conducted among high School children. Pretest was taken by using structured questionnaire. Two post- tests were conducted one immediately after educational program and another after15 Days by using same questionnaire. Data Analysis: paired t-test was used. P value <0.05 was considered as significant. Result: Study revealed that pre-test knowledge mean score was found 12.11. In the post test, mean of knowledge score was found 15.41.For retention of knowledge post-test 2 mean knowledge score was found 15.25.Both post- test mean of knowledge score was found statistically significant. Conclusion: Educational programme should be conducted at regular interval in schools to increase children's knowledge for fighting against dengue.
HUMAN CAPITAL ASSETS AS A SPECIFIC INTANGIBLE ASSET OF THE ENTERPRISE 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�
Hilorme Tetianа The subject of the research is the peculiarities of assessing human capital assets as a constituent of intangible assets which allows increasing market value of the business entity. The objective of the article is to provide practical guidelines regarding the assessment of human capital assets on the basis of the theory of intangible assets. Methodology of the paper. The paper is conducted with the use of analytical and system approaches to research. Results of the paper. The work dwells primarily upon studying the peculiarities of the human capital assets as a specific intangible capital, also considering the methods of assessment of human capital, calculating the indicators of ‘life cycle’ costing (of the project) (LCC) and the cost of delayed decisions (CoD) with regard to the alternative cost theory, substantiating the selection of the model of cost accounting for human resources depending on the scope of authority and managerial responsibilities, as well as particularities of selecting the model for human resources cost accounting according to the classification of responsibility centers. The sphere of application of the findings: conducting further scientific research in relation to human capital assets of business entities under crisis conditions. Conclusions. Due to the specific nature of its activity, the business entity is capable of independently forming its accounting and assessment model for human capital assets and, henceforth, use it as a basis for building up strategies of enterprise development in crisis conditions. The prospect of further research lies in the investigation of human capital assets cost accounting of the enterprise with regard to the employee and enterprise life cycles; development of theoretical and methodological principles of corporate social responsibility reports in terms of human capital assets; improvements in the methodology of assessment of the personnel value (specifically, residual value and disposal value), etc.
Management of stem and root rot of sesame published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.S. CHOUDHARY*, ANJANA ARUN AND S.M. PRASAD1 Out of 27 entries evaluated against stem and root rot caused byMacrophomina phaseolina, only three entries viz., IC205477, IC 205506 and Krishna were identified as resistant. Dates of sowing trials revealed that early sowing favored Macrophomina stem and root rot. Multiple regression equation between disease index and weather variables exhibited strong relationship among the different components of epiphytotics during 2002-03 and 2003-04 crop seasons (R2 =0.989 and 0.985). This disease appeared during second week of July in the field. Maximum apparent infection rate of 0.122 unit/day and 0.118 unit/day were calculated at July 25, during both years of experimentations, respectively. The mean temperature 26.86 to 28.930C, mean relative humidity 77.49 to 79.4 per cent, rainfall 5.54 mm and 13.24 mm and 12 and 14 number of rainy days were favorable for maximum disease development. Seed treatment with a mixture of carbendazim 50 WP (0.1%) and thiram 75 WP (0.15%) recorded minimum PDI of 11.15 per cent and 9.91 per cent and highest seed yield of 637 kg/ha and 646 kg/ha during above mentioned crop seasons. First spray of carbendazim 50 WP (0.05%) + second spray of T. viride (107 spore/g) were found to be most economical for the management of the disease.
SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL PYRIMIDINE AND FUSED PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR IN VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL AND CYTOTOXIC EVALUATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Hanan A. Abdel Fattah*1, Nermine A. Osman1, Amany M. AL-Mahmoudy1, Nermine S. EL-Sayed2 In the present work some novel pyrimidine and fused pyrimidine derivatives were prepared starting from 1-allyl-2-hydrazinyl-4-oxo-6- (3, 4, 5-trimethoxyphenyl)-1, 4-dihydropyrimidine-5-carbonitrile (4) the key intermediate. The structure of new compounds was characterized by IR, 1H, 13CNMR, mass spectral data and elemental analysis. The in vitro antimicrobial activity evaluation for most of new compounds was screened. Most of the tested compounds showed significant antimicrobial activity. Some of the newly synthesized compounds were evaluated for their anticancer activity against breast carcinoma (MCF7) and colon carcinoma (HCT116) cell lines. The anticancer activity showed that compound 4 was the most active one against the two cell lines IC50 (3.87, 4.48?g/ml).
REGULATORY SUPPORT ADDITIONS, DISPOSALS AND AMORTIZATION OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS 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�
Kalyga Evgenia The paper studied the effect of regulatory and legal support for revenue sources and disposal of intangible assets, split into groups according to the Tax Code of Ukraine, depreciation and how to conduct their inventory in a self-supporting sector of Ukraine and four post-Soviet countries (Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Uzbekistan), which allowed to make appropriate proposals to improve the existing SFAS 8 «Intangible Assets». At the same time analyzed the content of accounting standards in the public sector (IFRS 31 «Intangible Assets» and IPSAS 122 «ntangible Assets»). It is proved that the difference between the amount received and the remuneration equivalent to the price when calculating the value of intangible assets in cash is treated as interest income is determined by the effective yield on the receivable and is recognized in income from exchange transactions. Proposals to improve the IPSAS 122 «Intangible assets».
Development of technique for efficient in vitro propagation of Jatropha curcas L.from nodal explants. published in

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Dr. Kumari Anjali,Ritika Kumari,Dr. L.N.Shukla Micropropagation technique is being applied for the production of large number of plants within a limited period and space. Therefore, this technique is being applied to generate large number of planting material with uniform genotype. In the present work multiple shoots on the nodal explants have been raised in MS basal medium supplemented with seven different concentrations viz., (0.5- 3.5) mg/l of BAP and 1.0 mg/l kinetin +0.5 mg/l IBA . Out of the above concentration , BAP 3.0 mg/l + KN 1.0 mg/l + 0.5 mg/l IBA was found more suitable than any other concentration of the similar combination or any other concentration of BAP alone or BAP + IBA. Induction of shoots were noted after 18th day of inoculation. These shoots were excised and sub cultured on the same medium. Denovo initiation of multiple shoots was observed after three weeks of the inoculation in sub culture. Half strength MS medium supplemented with IBA 3.0 mg/l + IAA 0.5 mg/l was found more suitable in which the average number (6-8) of roots were found. Well developed and rooted plants were used for hardening in artificial polychamber. They were planted in polybag and pots containing 1:1:1(Soil +Sand+Vremiculite) and the survival rate was 72%.
Sensitivity Analysis of Asset Allocation: In The Presence of Correlation published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Somayeh Madadpour Payam Hanafizadeh Reza Habibi Linearization of portfolio optimization plays a central role in financial studies, since linear problem allows for performing sensitivity analysis. This concept makes it possible to measure the variation of parameters as a result of variation of one parameter in a linear problem, without solving the problem from scratch. Based on the existing literatures, the approach of CVaR (conditional value at risk) method outperforms other methods, therefore in this study CVaR is applied as a constraint to change portfolio optimization problem into a linear problem. The coefficient of objective function of mentioned method for a portfolio includes average of asset returns, which are highly correlated. Here principal component analysis is employed to convert the correlation of the functional relations. An example of stock market is employed to substantiate the validity of method. Finally, we verify that the result of the presented method is closer to the ideal result.
Effect of sociocultural factors on gender preference among pregnant women in urban slum published in

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Dr. Neelam Gautam, Dr. Kamlendra Kishor, Dr. R. N. Kulkarni Objective: Effect of socio-cultural factors on genderpreferenceand assessment of awareness regarding decreasingsex ratio among pregnant women. Material and Methodology: A cross sectional study conducted among all pregnant women attending the antenatal clinic for the first time at UHC Shivaji Nagar, Govandi, Mumbai from September to October 2012 and interviewed using semi structured questionnaire and data was analysed by SPSS 16. Result: Out of 120 pregnant women71.76%preferred male child. Education, occupation,socioeconomic class, sex of the previous child ,type of family and not the religion had significant association with son preference. Major reasons for son preference were keeping the family line (39.53%), old age security(26.74%) and in laws pressure (19.76%).Awareness regarding decreasing sex ratio and female feticide as a crime was 40% and 24.33% respectively.
IMPACT OF OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE ON BANK PERFORMANCE; EVIDENCE FROM SRI LANKA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ekanayake E.M.N.N., Premerathne D.G.P.V. The banking sector in Sri Lanka plays a dominant role in the financial system that facilitates the development of the economy. The participation of private banks has been increased together with a series of financial reforms that have substantially reshaped the banking system in the country. This study investigates the impact of private and state ownership on banks’ performance efficiency based on a balanced panel of 11 commercial banks for the period of 2005 to 2014. The study has employed the Minitab and SPSS statistical software to analyze the data calculated by using ten efficiency ratios. The findings revealed that state owned banks have outperformed private banks in return on equity, expenses to income, provisions to total loans, overhead cost and non-interest revenue ratios while private banks have outperformed in interest margin, non-performing loans, return on assets and employment cost ratios. These results signify that, the level of efficiency of state and domestic private banks does not significantly vary across these two ownership types. The mean value of the differences in most of the ratios where domestic private banks have recorded a higher level of efficiency compared to state owned banks is not very significant. However, in the cases where state owned banks have recorded a greater efficiency level, the differences are significant. Therefore it indicates that state banks have outperformed domestic private banks in several aspects. Keywords: Performance efficiency, Private Banks, Public Banks
PARTICIPATION OF SMALLHOLDERS SCHEME IN EAST COASTMALAYSIA TOWARDS CATTLE INTEGRATION – OIL PALM PROJECT published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Mohammad Amizi A, Arina A,Izzaty Iqlima N,Hafiz Jamaluddin, Zul Ariff., AL, Che Fauziah Che Ishak, Norsida Mang, Assis Kamu The oil palm industry is one of the important pillars of the Malaysian economy and has generated and strengthened the country’s economy that is resilient to global economic changes. In the NKEA, agriculture focuses on transformation of the agriculture industry and one main aspect of the agenda is to encourage large scale cattle integration in oil palm plantation (NKEA, 2013). At present, total planted hectares of oil palm in Malaysia is 5.39 million hectares (MPOB, 2015). The sufficient land and availability and forages existing under the oil palm plantation can become cost free cattle feed. The cattle can benefit the industry, as it can contribute to soil fertility, reduce the weed population and thus, reduces labour cost associated with weeding. Oil palm-cattle integration is very encouraging and profitable and also the practice is highly recommended for oil palm owners. This study aims to investigate the participation of smallholder’s scheme on perception, inclination and repulsion factors in the implementation of the cattle integration project with oil palm. A survey method through a self-completion questionnaire was used in collecting the required data from the 69 respondents among the smallholder scheme throughout the Malaysia East- Coast in the participation level in cattle integration project with oil palm by using descriptive and inferential statistic. This study can conclude that the government intends to plan the strategy in encouraging and promoting the cattle integration project among the smallholder scheme. Keywords: Cattle Integration, Participation, Oil Palm, Smallholders.
Multipliers costs and growth for balance and margin analysis 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�
Lysetskyi A.S.; PalamarchukO.M.; Chaban G.V. The subject of the research: depth study of the economic analysis based on the balance synthesis of information that is undeniable to fighting corruption and to solve fiscal problems of economic regulation. The aim of the research: application theory postulates of marginalism market to support the principles and methods of in-depth study of multipliers increase investment character, discounted cash flows, checking conclusions on costs multiplier balance models. Method or methodology of work: information, analytical and economic-mathematical modeling. The results of the research: developed and substantiated scientific principles of balance and margin analysis. Practical implications: management and regulation in the areas of economic activity of business systems. Conclusions: should integrate modeling simple multiplier to balance teaching known models such Leontiev - Ford to solve more complex systems of linear equations. At a time when enterprise spending is not only physical capital but also the cash, you must move the dynamic modeling based on the principles chrematistics , discounting of financial resources, combating usury and modeling the behavior of executives of financial institutions. The economy against chrematistics - the slogan for the improvement of training.
Bio-efficacy of neonicotinoids against Aphis gossypii Glover of okra published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. GHOSAL, M. L. CHATTERJEE AND 1A. BHATTACHARYYA Department of Agricultural Entomology, 1Department of Agricultural Chemicals Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya Mohanpur-741252, Nadia, West Bengal An experiment was conducted to observe the efficacy of some neonicotinoids against aphid of okra during pre- kharif season of 2010 and 2011 at Instructional Farm, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya. Imidacloprid 17.8 SL @ 50 g a.i. ha-1 was found as a most effective neonicotinoid insecticide against aphid. It recorded least aphid infestation and 84.54 % reduction of population over control. To control aphid population of okra the other two neonicotinoids viz., thiamethoxam 25WG @ 50 g a.i. ha-1 and acetamiprid 20SP @ 40 g a.i. ha-1 were also found at par with imidacloprid and showed better result than acephate 75WP and dimethoate 30EC. Considering incremental cost benefit ratio acetamiprid 20SP @ 40g a.i. ha-1 was found most economic over other neonicotinoids. None of the neonicotinoids have adverse effect on natural enemies of aphid in okra ecosystem.
Correlation of Pretreatment Hoct1 Expression Levels on Imatinib Response in Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patients published in

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Sailaja Kagita, Raghunadharao Digumarti Suboptimal responses to imatinib in chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) depend on either Bcr-Abl kinase domain mutations or varied intra cellular drug concentration. The hOCT1 gene mediates the intake of imatinib and maintains intracellular levels. To study the association of hOCT1 expression in newly diagnosed CML patients. One hundred and nine pretreatment CML samples were analyzed for hOCT1 mRNA expression using real-time PCR. Patients were grouped into low- and high- hOCT1 expressing groups based on median value as cut off point and correlated with different variables. Patients having high hOCT1 levels are significantly associated with chronic phase (p=0.001), low EUTOS risk (p=0.01) and achievement of complete cytogenetic response at 6 months after imatinib initiation (p=0.03). We could not found any significant association with low hOCT1 levels. Hence the present study suggests that pretreatment hOCT1 levels might be used as prognostic marker in predicting the clinical response to imatinib in CML patients.
MANAGEMENT EARNINGS FORECAST DISCLOSURE: A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EBITDA FORECAST AND FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Andr Folster, Raphael Vinicius Weigert Camargo, Ernesto Fernando Rodrigues Vicente The creation of overly optimistic information can compromise the decision-making process on part of shareholders and other stakeholders. Considering that this type of information can create problems and additional costs stemming from erroneous choices made by users, the present work sought to identify financial indicators associated with the disclosure of Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortization (EBITDA) estimates in Management Earnings Forecasts (Guidance) reporting. The sample examined was composed of 42 companies and analyses were carried out using logistic and multiple linear regression techniques. The results showed that larger (as per total assets) and more-leveraged companies show a higher level of disclosure. Companies with higher return on equity (ROE) and Current Liquidity ratios, as well as lower Net Margins, present less precise earnings forecast. The companies providing more timely forecasts are also the ones that show higher ROE and Current Liquidity ratios, as well as lower Net Margins. These results indicate that users must take caution when basing decisions on such information, given that the possibility exists that companies bearing these characteristics are more likely to better-timed albeit less-accurate disclosure.
Acute Abdomen - Comparison of Emergency Ultrasound Abdomen and Laparotomy Findings - A Prospective Study published in

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Dr. M Sri Hari Rao, Dr. Shekhar Samudrala, Dr. Mohammed Imaduddin Acute abdomen is one of the most important surgical emergencies encountered in clinical practice. With a variety of possible differential diagnosis, acute abdomen presents a challenge to the emergency surgeon. Following clinical examination, ultrasound forms the first stay of investigation in many settings. This study aims to establish the usefulness of ultrasonography in cases of acute abdomen by comparing it with the laparotomy findings.
Case Report of Orbital Oncocystic Carcinoma published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mirdehghan M. S., Seema C., Aluri B. OC is an unusual proliferation of cytomorphologically malignant oncocytes with adenocarcinomatous architecture phenotypes mainly found in glandular tissue. A report of a rare occurrence of an adult case of orbital oncocystic carcinoma. A 52 year old male type 2 uncontrolled diabetic, presented with right unilateral eccentric proptosis. Left eye was unremarkable. Fundus, Colour vision, and Intra ocular pressure was normal in both eyes. Ultrasonography showed grade 1 prostomegaly and hepatic stenosis. On Orbital CT, heterogeneously enhancing lesion at nasal and inferotemporal quadrants surrounding the right globe and extending to the apex of right orbit, with superolateral displacement of the globe was noted. Fine needle aspiration cytology report from the mass was suggestive of adenoid cystic carcinoma. Patient underwent right orbital exenteration and right partial maxillectomy under GA. Histopathological features were in favour of Oncocystic carcinoma.
Spatial Patterns of Sex Ratio Among In-Migrants To Punjab (1991-2001) published in

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Dr. Gaurav Kalotra Punjab has the second lowest sex ratio of 876 females per 1000 males in the country as per 2001 census. Migration is perceived normally as a sex selective phenomenon and in patrilineal societies males are more prone to migrate, disturbing the sex composition not only of the source region but also of the areas of destination. The recent in-migration to Punjab, however, shows a contrary trend in which there is an excess of females over males. This paper attempts to analyze the spatial patterns of sex ratio of in-migrants to Punjab in 1991 and 2001 using district wise census data. There has been a general decline in the sex ratio of the state and that among the inmigrants. The in-migrants sex ratio has declined from 1432 in 1991 to 1112 in 2001. This decline in the sex ratio is largely due to male selective in-migration to the urban areas of state from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
ISOLATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ANTAGONISTIC ACTINOMYCETES FROM EARTHWORM GUT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Sruthy. P.B*, Anjana. J.C, J. Rathinamala, S. Jayashree Nowadays, the drug resistant strains of pathogen emerge more quickly than the rate of discovery of new antibiotics. Because of this, many scientists and pharmaceutical industry have actively involved in the isolation and screening of actinomycetes from different untouched habitats, for the production of antibiotics. Earthworms are precious and low cost source of numerous bioactive molecules, which could find place in human and veterinary medicine. The main objective of the study was to isolate and screen for antagonistic actinomycetes from an earthworm gut. Out of six actinomycetes isolated from the earthworm gut, one isolate possessed high broad spectrum antibacterial activity in cross streak method and was selected for further st udies. It was inoculated into the fermentation medium and by solvent extraction procedure using Ethyl acetate the metabolite was extracted to its full form. The extract was highly active against selected bacterial pathogens used in the test and was further analyzed by thin layer chromatography. The UV spectra of the ethyl acetate extract for the active isolate showed an absorbance peak at 316 nm. The isolated strain was characterized for physiological and biochemical properties, nutritional uptake and the isolate fitted the Streptomyces genus. Based on the results of our study it was confirmed that Streptomyces isolated from earthworm gut was found to be a promising source for extracting novel antibiotics for treating bacterial infections in human.
Womens Satisfaction with Birth Control Methods published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Laila Khan1, Manzoor Ahmed2, Tahira Gul3, Umaira Azeem4 The maternal and infant mortality in Pakistan is still high. The use of safe and important methods of contraception allows men and women to decide the number and spacing of their pregnancies and to improve the uptake and continuation of use of family planning services through improving the quality of family planning services. objectives of this study is to assess the quality of family planning services, asses information provided by providers to clients, asses client knowledge and satisfaction with services provided preferred choice and current method of contraception used by client. A cross sectional study was conducted from May to July 2014 in Family Planning Department of PIMS hospital, Islamabad by using consecutive sampling technique for data collection. Data was analyzed by using SPSS version 16. The information about each element of quality of care is present as a list of 25 indicators of quality of care each indicator specifies a percentage, mean or SD. Among 100 clients with 0.05 margin of error and 95% Confidence level (Z?/2). Majority of the clients were satisfied with the services of the facility. (40.27%) of the clients would like to have next child after >5 years while the mean age of the youngest child was 11.77 months with Standard deviation SD of 9.850. Majority of the clients (57%) choose Intra Uterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD) after consultation and 62.50% want to change their method. Non-availability of IEC material on FP was another problem. Rate of discontinuation is higher among women who have not been adequately counseled about side effects. It is concluded from this research study that the information provided to the clients were inadequate, this might be due to providers improper training and poor interpersonal communication and technical skills.
The need to effectively prepare the technological education teacher for quality education in Nigeria for social transformation, self- reliance and economic development published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

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Iteku Johnson Abor Abstract The importance of human resource in any organization or nation cannot be overemphasized. This is with the fact that human resource is the most important factor of production. This paper therefore focuses on the need to adequately and effectively prepare the technological teacher for quality education in Nigeria for social transformation, self- reliance and economic development. The paper x-rays the various institutions and programmes meant to prepare the vocational and technology education teacher as well as the objectives of the vocational and technical education as stated in the national policy on education. The paper also tried to expose some of the problems militating against effective preparation of the vocational and technical education teacher. A conclusion of the fact that a well trained vocational and technology teacher will bring about the technological change that we have been yearning. Some suggestions on how to better the situation are also proffered. Keywords: Technical Education, Vocational, Practical Skills, Teacher, Quality Education, Nigeria
A Study on Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction Towards Hotels in Tirupur District published in

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Mrs.S.Suma devi, V.Susithra In order to be successful in the market it is not sufficient to attract new customers, managers must concentrate on retaining existing customers implementing effective policies of customer satisfaction and loyalty. In hotel industry customer satisfaction is largely depends upon quality of service. A management approach focused on customer satisfaction can improve customer loyalty, thus increasing the positive image of the touristic destination. Hence, exploring the importance for customers of hotel attributes in hotel selection is indispensable. Results showed that the relation of service quality and its satisfaction between customer. Percentage Analysis and Chi-square have been applied to analyze the data collected through a pre structured questionnaire.
Effects of Procedural Justice Complaints Resolution Strategies on Customer Satisfaction in Kenyas Banking Industry published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Chepkwony Joel, Lagat Charles Banking industry is one of the worlds biggest and oldest industries in the world and more so the engine of the economy. Its stability and growth is therefore paramount to economic performance of individual countries including Kenya. However, with the increasing competition banks have had to refocus on various strategies aimed at maintaining a stable and profitable customer base. Maintaining a loyal customer base has seen banks invest in various marketing strategies among them complaint resolution strategies so as to have an ever satisfied clientele. The purpose of this study therefore was to establish the effect of procedural justice customer complaint resolution strategies on customer satisfaction. The study employed an explanatory survey design and targeted all the 20 banks based in Eldoret operating and licensed by Central Bank of Kenya as at June 2013. Additionally, 2300 customers were targeted for the study. A sample size of 372 customers was selected using systematic sampling techniques. A self administered questionnaire was used to collect primary data. With the aid of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), both descriptive statistics that included frequencies, percentages, mean, and standard deviation as well as inferential tests such as Pearson chi-square, Pearson correlation, Exploratory Factor Analysis and Multiple Regression Analysis were performed. Exploratory factor analysis was used to validate and test the indicators of the preconceived complaints resolution variables. The study revealed four dimensions of complaint resolution strategies; Procedural justice strategies (Timing Communication, Decision control, and Effort) accounted for 60.723% ( R) of the total variance hence justice theory on complaint resolution is valid in developing countries including Kenya. Results of the Hypothesis testing via multiple regression analysis indicated that procedural justice factors were significant (p<0.05) and accounted for 42.9% ( R2) of customer satisfaction. The study concludes that customer complaints resolution strategies are an important feedback mechanism to establish customer satisfaction levels and banks are therefore advised to invest in them. Further, the study recommends that Timing, Effort, Decision Control and communication related strategies should be pursued on the procedural front. Accessibility related strategies should however be done away with given its negative effect on customer satisfaction. Further studies should be carried out to establish the relevance of accessibility related strategies on customer satisfaction in other industries and study areas. A comparative study with special emphasis on managers perspectives could also be undertaken.
Satisfaction Derived by the Customers on the Services Offered by the Foreign Sector Banks in Coimbatore District published in

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Dr. S. Thinakaran and Dr.R. Vijayakumar Customer satisfaction on various services is considered as an important parameter for the management of banks to prepare future strategy. Today, customers are more value oriented in their consumption of services because they have alternative choices. After the emergence of foreign banks in India, the banking sector in India has become more competitive and accurate. Foreign banks have brought latest technology and latest banking practices to India. Foreign Banks in India have brought prompt services to customers. Their contribution is significant in terms of making the Indian Banking system more competitive and efficient. Hence, the present study is a fact finding exercise to measure the level of satisfaction derived by the customers of foreign sector banks in Coimbatore district and to identify the factors that influence the same.
Incidence of Sports Injuries Among Secondary School Students with and without Disabilities in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State: Implications for School Sports Development in Nigeria. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Donatus A. Aniodo, Eskay, M., Ezeudu, F. The main thrust of the study was the inventory of sports injuries during inter-house sports competitions in secondary schools in Nsukka Local Government Area and their implication for school sports development in Nigeria. The study took account of the various types of injuries which occurred during the 2010 inter-house sports competition in the area. Six public secondaryschools were used for the study. Fifty student-athletes from each of the six secondary schools were used. On the whole 300 student-athletes formed the sample for the study. The questionnaire served as the instrument for the study. It was made up of two sections. Section A contained he demographic variables while section B had the main variables of the study. Simple percentages were used to analyse the data. It was found that 89.7% of the students participating in secondary school intramural sport program in Nsukka Local Government Area Enugu state suffer sport related injuries.The result also revealed that poor sport facilities and equipment are responsible for the causes of sport injuries during school inter-house sport competition. The study further revealed that most students (86.3%) do not make use of sports protective equipments when participating in school inter-house sports competition, it was found to be part of causes of sports injury during interhouse sports competitions.It was therefore recommended that Government should improve the quality of sports facilities in the secondary schools so as to help reduce the risk of students sustaining injuries during inter-house competitions.
A Study on Professional Stress of Engineering Teachers in the Chennai Region published in

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Dr. T. Shalini Rani, Dr. T. Manvel Raj Stress is currently a phenomenon that must be recognized and addressed in various professions and the teaching profession is no exception. Stress in the workplace can cause "job compassion fatigue". In the past teachers did not consider stress to be the primary cause when they needed to escape from the school environment, but rather claimed to be overworked in such a case. Far too many teachers have to take sick leave, whilst others are leaving the profession as a result of burn-out. Some teachers lack coping mechanisms to combat excess stress effectively, and this in turn can lead to absenteeism, alcohol and drug abuse, depression, frustration, hypertension, and other serious physical conditions, such as heart disease. Knowledge about stressors could be valuable in order to avoid and/or manage factors causing stress to teachers. The purpose of this particular research project was to establish which aspects of the teaching profession are stress-related in the George area. A questionnaire, of which one section was the "Fimian Teacher Stress Inventory", was administered to 132 secondary teachers. The data w ere statistically processed and the results interpreted. Interesting conclusions could be drawn from the results. Recommendations for teachers to manage their stress are based on these conclusions.
Comparison of the Intensity of Classroom Discipline published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Sunil Kumar Trivedi, Anuradha Sharma The work titled Comparison of the Intensity of Classroom Discipline of students at intermediate level focuses on measuring the Classroom Discipline as an internal factor amongst the students from rural & urban areas in science & arts stream at intermediate level. Present study has also inspired deep to find whether that there is a real difference in the intensity of Classroom Discipline between male & female students during their studies.The size of the sample taken for the study is 200 (i.e.100 boys & 100 girls). Survey Method of research is employed for productive results. Semi- probability technique has been used by the researchers for the sampling purposes. Findings reveal that among the biographical variables; gender is a significant variable in measuring the intensity of classroom discipline during studies at intermediate level. The females are found to be better in maintaining the intensity of Classroom discipline internally in them in comparison to malesat intermediate level.
Pharmacognostic Studies of Apamarga Beeja and Patra (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Yogesh H. Girigaon, Dr. Satej Banne, Nalinikanta Parida Apamarga is one of the commonly used herbs in India. It is also extensively used in the Indian systems of medicines i.e. Ayurveda in the treatment of many diseases like arsha, dadru, kandu, shula etc. The scientific name of Apamarga is Achyranthes aspera Linn., belongs to the family Amaranthaceae. Morphologically seed was pale green while seed was pale brown. Microscopically leaf showed epidermis and collenchymal cells. In present study the detailed pharmacognostic study of Achyranthes aspera Linn. seed and leaf were carried out to lay down the standards which could be useful in future experimental studies. The study includes macroscopy, microscopy, preliminary phytochemical screening and physico-chemical evaluation.
Different Genetic Operator Based Analysis and Exploration of TSP? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ashima Malik? TSP has been considered the most complex algorithmic problem because of its time complexity. TSP comes under the NP Complete problem that becomes more critical as the number of cities increases. In this present work, an effective solution to TSP is provided using genetic approach. The work has presented genetic based model to generate the TSP path in effective time. The improvement is here performed on fitness function and crossover stages where the cost based analysis is performed to generate the effective path. In this paper, a detailed description to genetic process model is given with exploration of different stages of genetics. The paper also includes the presented algorithm along with associated assumptions. The work will be able to provide effective solution in optimized time.
A Study on Science Achievement With Reference to Science Attitude, Locus of Control and Problem Solving Skill Among High School Students published in

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DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF UV-SPECTROSCOPIC METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF DIDANOSINE IN TABLET published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohammad Zameeruddin, Kalyankar Swapnil S*., Solanke S. B., Jadhav S. B., Kadam V.S. and Bharkad V. B. A simple, sensitive, rapid and accurate UV-Spectroscopic method has been developed for the estimation of Didanosine in bulk drug and tablet dosage form. In order to increase value of absorbtivity and subsequently LOD the drug was dissolved in water and acetonitrile (90:10) and absorbance was measured at 249.60 nm. The linearity of method was found to be between 1-14 ?g/ml. The method was validated based on ICH guidelines. Hence useful for the routine analysis of Didanosine.
Effect of Nitrogen and Phosphorous on in vitro Decomposition of Wheat Crop Residues By Stachybotrys atra Corda published in

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Raj Singh, Amit Kumar, Gyanika Shukla, Anju Rani, Vineet Girdharwal Effects of treatment with nitrogen or phosphorous or their combination on decomposition of wheat internodes, wheat leaves, wheat chaff and straw by Stachybotrys atra Corda was investigated in vitro for 30 days. Wheat leaves showed maximum decomposition followed by mixed, chaff, and wheat in ternodes in control as well as all three replicates. Treatment with nitrogen as well as phosphorous increased the rate of decomposition but it was higher in the case of nitrogen-treated residues. However, treatment with combination of nitrogen and phosphorous resulted in much more increase in the rate of decomposition as compared to that with nitrogen or phosphorous alone. As far as separate parts are concerned, wheat internodes exhibited very good response to nitrogen and phosphorous treatment followed by mixed straw and chaff. In case of wheat leaves decomposition is synergistic with nitrogen followed by phosphorous alone whereas internode shows moderate decomposition as compared to other substrates.
Energy and Psychology published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Matthew T. Gailliot The current work is a review of recent findings on energy. Ego depletion, or decreases in self-control caused by prior use, has been found in the areas of sex, aggression, helping, death thought, social norms, crime, emotion regulation, self-views, and passivity. Hunger impaired self-control, and eating restored it. Self-control uses large amounts of bloodstream glucose and brain glycogen and is impaired when these metabolites are low. Minor reductions in oxygen use reduced the number of conscious thoughts that people had. Energy is limited, and energy use by one process can divert it from others.
Estimating Scale Model: Type II Censored Sample published in

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T. Leo Alexander Lehmann and Casella (1998) have discussed in detail onequivariant estimation of the parameters of location, scale, location-scale models. Edwin Prabakaranand Chandrasekar(1994) developed simultaneous equivariant estimation approach. The problem of Equivariant estimation of scale parameter of uniform model in three situations based on type-II right censored sampling is consider in this paper.
SEGMENTATION USING FUZZY LOGIC IN COLOR IMAGES BASED ON MEMBERSHIP FUNCTIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
E Boopathi Kumar Dr V Thiagarasu Color Image Segmentation is the high level image description in terms of objects, scenes, and features separates the image into distinct regions of similar pixels based on pixel property. The success of image analysis depends on segmentation reliability. This article presents a novel approach for color image segmentation using two different algorithms with respect to color features. Here presented an adaptive masking method based on fuzzy membership functions and a thresholding mechanism over each color channel to overcome over segmentation problem, before combining the segmentation from each channel into the final one. Our proposed method ensures accuracy and quality of different kinds of color images. Consequently, the proposed modified fuzzy approach can enhance the image segmentation performance by use of its membership functions. Similarly, it is worth noticing that our proposed approach is faster than many other segmentation algorithms, which makes it appropriate for real-time application. According to the visual and quantitative authentication, the proposed algorithm is performing better than existing algorithms.
WEB BASED INTELLIGENT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Madamidola O. A | Daramola O.A | Akintola K .G All around the world, inventory managers are faced with the complexities of simultaneously striving to retain constant manufacturing operation, render quality and adequate services to customer and keep goods at optimum level as well as having proper inventory management policy in place. As company grows a number of problem also arises first, a varieties of item are needed to be maintained in the inventory making it difficult to for managers to keep track, therefore a formal record keeping will have to evolve, besides that as quantities in inventory grows more space is required to do business. Due to local and global competition any company that must survive in the competitive world must take an advantage of effective management of its inventory seriously therefore the use of intelligent approach for effective and efficient inventory management system has become indispensable. This work developed an intelligent system implemented in a web based environment to integrate multiple stores also providing an effective coordination of all of the stores, intelligently determining the different reorder points of all the disparate stores in the systems and communicating the information back to the centralized store using Java Remote Method Invocation (RMI) with a secure socket layer (SSL), implemented using My Structured Query Language (MySQL), Database Management System, Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), JavaScript, Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) and Xampp (Apache). The work optimized the performance of inventory management integrating multiple systems and providing an efficient coordination and monitoring moving away from single store into distributed system relating real time status of supplies at the different stores. Madamidola O. A | Daramola O.A | Akintola K .G"WEB BASED INTELLIGENT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT 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/ijtsrd107.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/artificial-intelligence/107/web-based-intelligent-inventory-management-system/madamidola-o-a
Production of Lipolytic Enzymes by Endophytic Fungi and its Usein the Hydrolysis of Crude Oil. published in

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Jos Eacute Moraes, Raimundo Barbosa Amp Ndash Junior, Luciana Xavier, Antonio Carvalho, Maria Sarquis, Artur Silvaand, Alberdan Santos Endophytic fungi were isolated from the seeds of oil palm (ElaeisguineensisJacq) by biomonitoring lipase activity on semi-solid media with chromogenic substrate. Molecular and classical methods were used to identify the species, and the selected fungus was confirmed as Penicilliumcitrinum. Method for thermal stability of the enzyme carried on crude oil hydrolysis. The fermentation was carried out in shake flasks and results were compared with control at 30C and pH 6.8 Induction of lipase activity promoted a concentrated fraction of extra-cell lipase (FOL) with 137mg/L and activity of 12000 U/L in submerged culture. The hydrolysis yielded YP/ So = 0.4623 of free fatty acids. It was not observed that crude oil inhibit lipase activity, only products as known, whereas refined oil enhanced lipase activity. The micro-organism showed a production of a robust enzyme with prospects for technological application.
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS APPLICATION FOR ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE (AD) DIAGNOSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Raghu Korrapati & Geetha Manchikalapudi This research aims at conducting a study of computerized application in medical diagnosis with reference to protein-protein interaction analysis of oxidative stress proteins in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). It can help medical practitioners, representatives and scholars to better understand computer application in medical diagnosis specifically with regard to AD. This study can also offer them with potential topics for further investigation as well as give an idea about areas that are in need for improvement. This study has significance to the medical and healthcare community, as it will contribute to earlier research in the field of medical diagnosis, computer aided diagnosis, oxidative stress in Alzheimer’s disease, use of computer aided diagnosis for AD.
Pyrazoline-Piperazine merged Compounds: Synthesis, spectral analysis and antibacterial evaluation published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Kokila Parmar*1, Jayendra Singh Vihol1, Yogesh Dabhi, 2and Viral Modi3 Ten new flurine-containing 2-[4-(4-flourophenyl) piparazine-1-yl-methyl]-3,5-substituted phenylpyrazoline (3a-j) have been synthesized in 80-85% yield by a condensation of various chalcones with hydrazine hydrate. The structures of the synthesized compounds were confirmed by UV, IR, 1H NMR and Mass spectral data. The Compounds were evaluated for in vitro antibacterial activity.
80 Years As Olimpic Timekeeper Looking back and Forward published in

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Dominteanu Teodora The first stopwatch, developed in 1898, measured times to the nearest 1/5th of a second. A combination of timing devices with between one and four units, as was used around 1940. An electromechanically controlled briefcase containing six stopwatches, as used in the 1920s
مکالمہ ومؕالعہ مذاہب کا نبوی منہج interfaith dialog according to the Sayings of Muhammad published in

Rahat-ul-Quloob

Published by Rahat-Ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta
Dr. Syed Bacha Agha Every Human need Peace. Making peace is a matter of individual and institutional choice, as well as of individual and institutional change. Thus, peace requires a sense of inner conversion (metanoia) a change in policies and practices. Peace-making ultimately requires commitment, courage and sacrifice. Islam proved that Muslims and non-Muslims are all equal as human beings and are equal in human compassion and relation-ship. The teaching and instructions given by Islam with regard to mutual respect and moral excellence are primarily meant for Muslims; however, non-Muslims are also included in it. The Holy Prophet Muhammad () taught his followers high morals and considerate in dealing with others. The Holy Prophet Muhammad () gave ideas concerning human rights, collective justice, tolerance, and mutual peaceful existence in the internati-onal relations.This article explains about the interfaith dialog according to the Sayings of Holy Prophet Muhammad
Willingness to Pay for Cataract Surgery Among Outreach Site Patients in South West Ethiopia: A Cross-Sectional Study published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

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Berhan S. Demissie Background: Cost recovery for cataract surgery will have significant input towards a sustainable eye care system; therefore it is important to assess the willingness to pay of patients with cataract blindness for cataract surgery. Methods: A cross sectional survey was conducted in two outreach sites in South West Ethiopia to determine their willingness to pay for cataract surgery. Consecutive patients who had mature senile cataract and came to two outreach program sites were included in the study. Results: A total of 134 patients were included in the study. The mean age was 62.5years (SD=9.4). The majority, 86 (64.2 %), were males making the male to female ratio 1.79:1. A total of 102 (76.1%) participants of the study said that they were willing to pay for their cataract surgery. Males were more willing to pay as compared to females (83.7% vs. 62.5%, p=0.006). Those with low socio-economic conditions were less willing to pay (p< 0.05). Willingness to pay was not associated with the age (p= 0.25), literacy (p=0.66), religion (0.3), or family size (0.43) of the participants. On multiple logistic regression analysis, however, only being a female and also having a low socioeconomic status were significantly associated with not willing to pay. Conclusions: A good proportion of the rural residents were willing to pay for their cataract surgery. Being female and having lower socioeconomic status are associated with not willingness to pay. Keywords: Cataract, Willingness To Pay, Jimma, Ethiopia.
Human Trafficking in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Saurojit Barua Human trafficking is the third largest organised crime after drugs and arms trade across the globe. 80% of Human Trafficking across the globe is for sexual exploitation. Human trafficking is one of the major problems in India. In 2016 about 23000 of human trafficking case is reported in India and the no. is increasing in each passing year. West Bengal ranked highest in Human trafficking cases. Around 40% of human trafficking is from West Bengal followed by Assam, Rajasthan, and Gujarat etc. The reasons for human trafficking are lack of education, poverty, political instability, corruption, poor legal system etc. Reasons of human trafficking are Forced marriage, bonded labour, sexual exploitation, organ trade racket etc. Statistical data on human trafficking in India and suggesting how it can be controlled. Saurojit Barua"Human Trafficking in India" 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/ijtsrd12794.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/other/12794/human-trafficking-in-india/saurojit--barua
New Adaptive Cooperative-MIMO for LTE Technology published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sukhreet Kaur | Dr. Amita Soni Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) systems have been widely used in an area of wireless cellular communication system, providing the both increased capacity and reliability. However, the use of multiple antennas in mobile terminals may not be very practical due to limited space and other implementation issues. In this paper, cooperative MIMO has been used in a way to optimise the implementation and working of conventional MIMO systems in terms of BER and Spectral Efficiency while maintaining a minimal number of antennas on each handset. Cooperative MIMO with V-BLAST transmission over Rayleigh flat fading channels and amplify and forward protocol with one relay node for modulation techniques like BPSK, QPSK, QAM using various decoding techniques has been analysed. Decoding algorithms like ZF, MMSE and ML have been analysed with respect to their BER performances. Since, there is throughput loss in cooperative MIMO due to extra resources required for relaying, adaptive modulation has been used with C-MIMO to meet the demands for high data rates in Long Term Evolution Network. Sukhreet Kaur | Dr. Amita Soni"New Adaptive Cooperative-MIMO for LTE Technology" 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/ijtsrd12919.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/12919/new-adaptive-cooperative-mimo-for-lte-technology/sukhreet-kaur
KINETICS OF OXIDATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL DRUG METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIDE BY BROMAMINE T IN NaOH MEDIUM. A MECHANISTIC STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. R. Rangaraju1, T V Venkatesha1* and R Ramachandrappa2 The kinetics of oxidation of Metformin hydrochloride (MET) by bromamine-T (BAT) has been investigated in NaOH medium at 303 K. The reaction followed first-order kinetics with respect to [BAT], [MET] and fractional-order with [OH?]. First-order kinetics with respect to [BAT] was observed for the oxidation of metformin hydrochloride. An increase in medium concentration increased the rate of reaction. The effect of added halide ions, reduction product ptoluene sulfonamide (PTS), ionic strength (NaClO4) and dielectric constant of the medium was studied on the rate of reaction. The main products were identified by spot test, GC?MS spectral analysis. A mechanism was proposed on the basis of experimental results. The activation parameters have been determined from the Arrhenius plots. With respect to the slow step of the mechanism were evaluated, and the thermodynamic parameters was also determined and discussed.
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON GEO-POLYMER CONCRETE INCORPORATING GGBS (GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNANCE SLAG) AND METAKAOLIN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Madasu Durga Rao, Nekkalapu Divya The major problem the world is facing today is the environmental pollution. In the construction industry mainly the production of Portland cement will causes the emission of pollutants results in environmental pollution. We can reduce the pollution effect on environment, by increasing the usage of industrial by-products in our construction industry. Geo-polymer concrete is such a one and in the present study, to produce the geo-polymer concrete the Portland cement is fully replaced with GGBS (Ground granulated blast furnace slag) and Metakaolin and alkaline liquids are used for the binding of materials. The alkaline liquids used in this study for the polymerization are the solutions of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium silicate (Na2Sio3). 10Molar Sodium hydroxide is taken for the preparation of different mixes by varying the percentages of GGBS (Ground granulated blast furnace slag) and Metakaolin. The cube specimens are taken of size 150mm x 150mm x 150mm for compression test. The curing was done directly by placing the specimens to direct sunlight. The geo-polymer concrete specimens are tested for their compressive strength at the age of 3, 7 and 28days and compared with conventional concrete. For this study M30 concrete mix was used for experimental work. The result shows that there is an increase in the strength of Geopolymer concrete up to 40%GGBS content and then it is decreasing. Therefore it is preferable to use 40%GGBS with metakaolin to get high strength. Metakaolin and GGBS can be used as a replacement material for cement gives an excellent result in strength aspect and quality aspect since it is better than the control concrete.
E-AND DISTANCE LEARNING: THE NATURE AND QUALITY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatyana Nikulina The article discusses the essential characteristics of electronic and distance learning, as well as a description of the process of implementation of educational programs with the use of electronic and distance forms of education, criteria and indicators of quality.
Risk factors of Congenital Heart Disease: A study in a Tertiary care Hospital published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rahul B Tamman, Dr. Goudappa R Patil, Dr. Ramesh. K INTRODUCTION The most common congenital condition contributing to infant mortality is congenital heart disease with 1.5 million new cases worldwide. The lack of studies in this field in our part of the world, and the lack of knowledge about the true determinants of CHD in the pediatric population in our setup has prompted us to take such an initiative. METHODOLOGY We devised a case control study among pediatric patients who attend the ECHO examination. 125 cases and 200 controls were selected and were interviewed using a structured questionnaire. Data was analyzed statistically using Chi square test for significance. The strength of association was measured using Odd's ratio and its 95% confidence limits. Binary Logistic Regression analysis was done following a forward step wise method to eliminate confounders. RESULT Further analysis using binary logistic regression showed the significant risk factors for congenital heart disease to be:Low Birth Weight (<2.5kg at birth) babies; Corrected Odds 3.38; p value< 0.001,Gestational Diabetes; Odds 3.41; p value <0.001,Gestational Phenytoin Intake Odds 10.9; p value < 0.05. These 3 factors contributed to 15.3% of total risk factors according to Cox & Snell R Square value. CONCLUSION In our setting the major risk factors of congenital heart disease were LBW, GDM & Gestational Phenytoin consumption.
Microwave assisted solid support synthesis of some3, 5-Diaryl- D2 -isoxazolines as potential antibacterial agents published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sheetal Shakhawat, Anju Devpura, Jayant P.Sing, Parul Sharma , Laxmi Lal Dangi and Shiv Sing Dulawat* An environmentally benign microwave assisted one pot approach for the synthesis of some 3,5-diaryl-D2 -isoxazolines from substituted chalcones with hydroxylamine hydrochloride using basic alumina for its catalytic role as well as energy transfer medium is described. The reaction rate is brought down from hours to minutes along with improved yield as compared to conventional heating. All the synthesized compounds were tested for their in vitro antibacterial activity.
DEVELOPMENT OF ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR METOCLOPROMIDE USING SPECTROFLUOROMETRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B. Vedhapriya, A. Anton Smith* and S.Parimalakrishnan A simple, robust, selective and sensitive spectrofluorometric method has been developed for the determination of metoclopromide in bulk and pharmaceutical formulations. The method was based on the scanning of methanolic solution of the drug and methanolic solution of formulation. The fluorescence was measured at the excitation of 307 nm and the emission was determined at 354 nm. The method showed high sensitivity with linearity range from 80 to 480 ?g/ml. The lower limit of detection (LOD) was found to be 6.6 ?g/ml and the limit of quantization (LOQ) was determined as the lowest concentration was found to be 22 ?g/ml. The variables that affected the reaction were carefully studied and optimized. The proposed method was applied successfully for the determination of metoclopromide in bulk and pharmaceutical formulations. The mean percentage recovery is was found to be 100.5661.067.
BASIC ELEMENTS OF CONCEPTS AND MODELS OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN INVESTMENT AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: CHANGING THE PARADIGM OF MANAGEMENT AND INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR BUSINESS 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�
Ishchenko Tetiana The subjects of research are the basic elements of the concept and models of public-private partnership in the implementation of investment and construction projects. The aim of the article is the consideration of possible communications between partners from the public and private sectors, that will ensure the effective implementation of PPP projects. Results work: implemented the generalized classification of economic phenomena "public-private partnership", held the Intercontinental analysis of the use of public-private partnership in the world, analyzed the sectoral structure of PPP projects in Europe. Given the international and scientific classification and according to the legislation of Ukraine models of public-private partnerships and the types of PPP contracts classified by criterial features. Defined the legal status of the private partner in the framework of state regulation of PPP in Ukraine. The main sectors of control by the state over the activities of private firms (construction companies) in PPP projects. As a consequence, an important aspect of an ideal public-private partnership must be good communication between partners from the public and private sectors. Field of application of results: the results of the study can be applied to practical economic and managerial activities of the enterprises. Conclusions: implementation of PPP projects should be based on the ideology of information support of the project life cycle at all stages, based on the use of a single information space (integrated information environment)that will provide the monotonous ways of interaction between all participants of the project. The system of electronic data exchange and data sharing by all partners will ensure the effective implementation of PPP projects.
PROTOCOL FOR THE STUDY OF MASTICATORY FUNCTION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Desislava Konstantinova*, Mariana Dimova and Stefka Titeva The present paper suggests a protocol for the study of masticatory function of a control group of 14 patients with clinically healthy dentition using natural food sample, consisting of 5g of Bulgarian roasted peanuts. Among evaluation criteria applied have been the study time (in seconds), the number of masticatory movements and the triggering of swallow reflex in each patient. The degree of fragmentation has been evaluated based on the particles' size and size distribution by sieve analysis. The optimal mass of chewed food for each fraction has been determined by statistical analysis. The statistically significant results obtained for the particle size, size distribution and average size allow to be used as standards in clinical practice for evaluation and comparative analysis of the masticatory function of patients with healthy as well as prosthetic dentition.
Identification of Lead Molecule For 1TNF Receptor to Treat Tuberculosis and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus published in

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Chaithra, D. R. , Tanusree Bhattacharya, Kusum Paul Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the life threatening diseases around the world infected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Mycobacteria are resistant to most commonly used antibiotics and drugs. The increasing emergence of drug resistant tuberculosis strains and is one of the common causes of poor response to anti-tubercular treatment these necessitates the development of novel drugs. Diabetes in tuberculosis increases drug resistance strains hence, lead to treatment failure and increases death rates. Previous studies explain that, TNF- alpha gene involved in both tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus type 2. The best ligand for the TNF-alpha was identified, that can act as a drug molecule to cure both the disease at a time.
Anaesthetic Management of intracranial Hydrated Cyst, A Patient of Disseminated Hydatid Disease - A Case Report published in

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Dr. Babita, Dr. ShobhaPurohit, Dr. Bhupendrasingh Hydatid disease is a worldwide zoonosis affecting humans.Humans are infected by the ingestion of food and milk , contaminated by dog faeces or direct contact with dogs. We report a case of disseminated hydatid disease scheduled for surgery of gap between intracranial hydatid cyst in the parietal region. A 35 year old female was admitted to neurosurgery department , With complained of severe generalized intermittent headache since 1 year and seizure since 3 months . She had been operated for pericardialhydatid cyst 2 year back . Hydatidcyst was removed by right parietal craniotomy with all anti anaphylaxis measures . After the surgery patient was extubated and shifted to the ICU. Recovery was uneventful.
An Information Based Routing Model for Hazardous Material Route Selection Problem published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Sumeet S. Desai, Gino J. Lim In this paper, we address some key research questions concerning the alternative routing policy of hazardous materials in real time using stochastic dynamic networks based on real life situations. The scenario that we address in this paper involves the use of sophisticated communication tools to provide information on the current condition of the optimal path and incorporate them in our optimization model to generate alternative routes for hazmat vehicles. We address the issues of designing a framework and requirements for an adaptive routing system. To overcome system instability and information overloading, a feeback based routing policy within the framework has been developed. We show the implementation of the framework and disucss the potential benefits of our approach with the help of numerical experiments based on a real hazmat transportation network.
Effect of Asmarihara kasaya curna (ASM)-an ayurvedic formulation on lipid profile after chronic administration. published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Latifa Bulbul, M. S. K. Choudhuri Asmarihara Kasaya Curna (ASM), a classical Ayurvedic preparation which is widely used in Urolithiasis .The research was carried out in order to observe the effect of this formulation on lipid profile reveals that it possesses hypotriglyceridemic property after chronic administration for 45 consecutive days. In the male rats there was a statistically very highly significant decrease in the Triglycerides (p=0.001***) content in the plasma. On the contrary an increase in the Total Cholesterol (p=0.285NS), VLDL (p=0.173 NS) and LDL (p=0.023*) content in the plasma was noted. There was an insignificant decrease (p=0.771 NS) in HDL. In the female rats there was a statistically very highly significant decrease in the Triglycerides, content (p=0.001***) in the plasma. Interestingly none of the other changes in case of the total Cholesterol (p=0.924 NS), VLDL (p=0.329 NS), LDL (p=0.881 NS) and HDL (p=0.983 NS) were significantly different from their corresponding control values. But in male rats, the content of the LDL in plasma a statistically significant increase was noted which was different from female rats.
An Aggregate Key Based Cryptosystem for Secure Data Sharing in Cloud Computing? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
R. Vanitha, V. Elavarasi? Cloud computing provides the flexible architecture to share the applications as well as the other network resources. Cloud storage enables networked online storage when data is stored on multiple virtual servers generally hosted by third parties, rather than being hosted on dedicated servers. Key management and key sharing plays the main role in the data sharing concept of cloud computing. Traditional key cryptosystem lack the enhanced security techniques as the keys are generated by the exciting random key generation. Existing system said to have aggregate key cryptosystem in which key generated by means of various derivations of cipher text class properties of data and its associated keys. The aggregate was generated at only once, if we lost the key means it is difficult to access the data. So we introduce a SSH (Secure Shell) key, Digital signature, key escrow and encapsulation algorithm for secure authentication in cloud. This key is used to authenticate the remote computer and allow it to authenticate the user.
Comparative Evluation of Cases Undergoing Primary and Secondary Sf Iol and Secondary Pciol Implantation published in

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Dr. Ajit Kamalakar Joshi, Dr. Girish Gadre, Dr. Anil Kulkarni, Dr Natasha Patel 1) Objectives :- To compare the outcome and complication rate following primary and secondary scleral fixated intraocular lens (SFIOL) and secondary sulcus placement of IOL. 2) Design :- Retrospective interventional comparative cases series. 3) Patients (Materials and Methods) :- 212 eyes of 206 patients undergoing SFIOL implantation were analysed. Group 1 included primary SFIOL in cases of subluxation, gross phacodonesis and traumatic dislocation. Group II included postcataract aphakia with or without capsular support. Group III included secondary posterior chamber intraocular lens (PCIOL) over capsulorrhexis rim. 4) Method :- Retrospective analysis of the cases for the period of 6 months after surgical intervention. 5) Result :- Group III had better final best corrected visual acuity Group I had worst visual outcome. 6) Conclusion :- combined parsplana viterctomy and scleral fixated sutured IOL implantation is an effective and safe procedure to correct aphakic eyes without capsular support. Keeping capsulorrhexis margins intact will allow PC IOL implantation and will give best possible results.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF 6-AMINO-5-[2-(5-SUBSTITUTED-2-PHENYL-1HINDOL- 3-YL)-4-OXOTHIAZOLIDIN-3-YL]-1,3- DIMETHYLPYRIMIDINE-2,4-DIONE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Saundane Anand R* and Kalpana Rayappa This work describes the synthesis and biological activities of 6-amino- 5-[2-(5-substituted-2-phenyl-1H-indol-3-yl)-4-oxothiazolidin-3-yl]- 1,3-dimethylpyrimidine-2,4-dione (4a-c) which is prepared from 6- amino-5-(5-substituted-2-phenyl-1H-indol-3-yl)methyleneamino-1,3- dimethylpyrimidine-2,4-diones (3a-c). The structure of all the newly synthesized compounds is confirmed by their elemental analysis, IR, 1H &13C NMR and mass spectral studies. These compounds are screened for their antimicrobial, antitubercular, antioxidant and cytotoxic activities. Compound 4c exhibited the maximum zone of inhibition against the bacteria S. aureus and P. aeurogenosa and the fungi A. flavus. Compounds 3a and 4b (MIC-3.125 ?g/ml) exhibited promising antitubercular activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv strain. Compound 4c exhibited good radical scavenging activity compared with standard at concentration 25 ?g/ml. Compound 4b exhibited maximum ferric ion reducing ability. Compounds 3b and 4c exhibited 100 % cell lysis at concentration 10 ?g/ml against MDA-MB-231 (Human adenocarcinoma mammary gland) cell line (IC50<10 ?g/ml).
Comparison of Rate of Fracture Healing in Compound Fracture of Both Bones Leg Treated With Conductive VS Non-Conductive Insulated External Fixator published in

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Dr. Anurag Baghel, Dr. Narendra Singh Kushwaha Objective: To compare of rate of fracture healing in compound fracture of both bones leg treated with conductive vs non-conductive insulated external fixator. Methods: This was a double blind randomized controlled trial. The patients 12-70 years of either sex having compound fracture both bone of legs, Gustillos grade I and II treatable by external fixators without associated injuries or complications were included in the study. Wounds were debrided and fractures reduced and externally fixed using Epoxy coated Schanz pins and rods. Clinico-radiological union was assessed at 2 weekly intervals from 10-20 weeks. Results: The both groups were found to be similar on age as well as other baseline parameters. Effect of abnormal mobility in patients of experimental group showed more rate of union as compared to control group treated with conventional conducting fixator. Effect of local tenderness over fracture site showed fracture was healing and experimental group showed more number of patients in which local tenderness was absent as compared to control group treated with conventional conducting fixator. Effect of weight bearing was assigned of fracture union and experimental group showed more rate of union as compared to control group treated with conventional conducting fixator along with time. Effect of movements of distal part showed fracture union and experimental group showed more rate of union as compared to control group treated with conventional conducting fixator. Similar finding was found for RUST score. Conclusion: It is concluded that fracture healing is faster as compared to patients treated with conventional metallic fixator
EVALUATION OF ANTI INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF HYDROALCOHOLIC LEAVES EXTRACTS OF POLYHERBAL COMBINATION OF VITEX NEGUNDO AND MURRAYA KOENIGII AGAINST CARRAGEENAN INDUCED PAW EDEMA IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Saurabh Patel*, Hemant Rathod, Mahaveer Kabra and Mukesh Vaishnav Vitex Negundo and Murraya Koenigii are popular Indian herbs which are used for various clinical disorders. The basic literature survey exposed that Vitex Negundo hasantioxidant, antiulcer andantinociceptive activity and Murraya Koenigii possessing anthelmintic, analgesic, cooling activity, but not many scientific studies have been carried out to reveal and collaborate the anti-inflammatory activity of Vitex Negundo and Murraya Koenigii leaves. All animals were divided into five groups, six rats in each group. Group I was treated as toxicant control to observe swelling, group II was treated with Aspirin (10mg/kg, p.o), group III and IV were treated with hydroalcoholic extract of leaves of Vitex Negundo and Murraya Koenigii at two doses (100mg/kg, p.o.) respectively. The anti-inflammatory activity was studied by using carrageenan induced paw edema in rats. Present study showed that hydroalcoholic leaves extract of Vitex Negundo and Murraya Koenigii significantly reduce paw edema when compared with group I (Toxicant control) rats and the result were dose dependent. The toxicity study also revealed its safeness, thus the plant can be hypothesized it is nontoxic. All data were expressed as mean+SEM and were statistically analysed one way ANOVA. It is concluded that hydroalcoholic leaves extract of Vitex Negundo and Murraya Koenigii can offer protection against carrageenan induced paw edema in rats.
Environment and Sustainable Development: A Study Among the Tribes of Eastern Ghats in Andhra Paradesh published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
V. Subramanyam and B. Veerabhadrudu This paper provides the existing interrelationship between environment and sustainable development. In addition to this, it discusses about tribal ecology, livelihoods of tribes, issue of shifting cultivation and deforestation, Indigenous knowledge of tribals in protection, conservation and regeneration of natural resources and strategies for sustainable development of tribes in Eastern Ghats of Andhra Pradesh specific and other tribal areas, in general. All these aspects in the paper are explained with the evidence of an empirical case study of Eastern Ghats forest environment of A. P. in which around 27 hill tribes inhabits. These tribes are distributed in the tribal sub-plan areas of Visakhapatnam, Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, East Godavari, West Godavari, Khammam, Mahaboob Nagar and Warangal districts of Andhra Pradesh. The paper comprises of both semantic and scientific explanations with ethnographic methodological descriptions. This paper forms the part of a Major Research Project Report Environment and Sustainable Development : An Anthropological Study Among Tribes of Eastern Ghats in Andhra Pradesh sponsored by I.C.S.S.R., New Delhi.
CLASSROOM ATTENDANCE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF 1ST MBBS STUDENTS IN BIOCHEMISTRY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Soma Gupta1* and Dr. Sanjoy Kunti2 Attendance in didactic lecture classes in Biochemistry of 276 students of Midnapore Medical College was studied along with their marks in Biochemistry in 1st Professional MBBS examination. The statistical analysis shows a positive correlation among classroom attendance and university marks. The regression analysis also reflects that university mark is dependent on theory class attendance. Hence a well prepared lecture class is very important method of teaching Biochemistry in medical colleges.
Impact of Training on Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Scores of ICU Nurses regarding Standard Precautions of Infection Control in a Super Speciality Hospital of Delhi published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ginny Kaushal, Prakash Doke, Aejaz Shah, Ashok Mittal Context:Healthcare-associated infection is one of the biggest issue among patients in intensive care units as it could result in significant morbidity, prolonged stay in hospitals, and substantial increase in health care costs. The role of critical care nurses is extremely important in preventing hazards related with healthcare-associated infections.Training the nurses on important aspects of Infection control thus becomes essential to increase their awareness and hence inculcate an environment of patient safety. Aim:The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a training intervention regarding standard precautions of infectioncontrol measures on nurses knowledge, attitude and practices in two ICUs of a super speciality hospital in Delhi. Settings and Design:The study design is a survey research which has used a self-administered questionnaire to compare the knowledge, attitudes, practices (KAP) of nursing professionals of an ICU in a tertiary care hospital.A purposive sampling technique was used to get a sample of 47 ICU nurses. After testing their current levels of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice they underwent a training program which included a lecture on Standard Precautions for Infection Control (Based on WHO Guidelines), Videos of Hand hygiene and study material in form of handouts and posters. A post intervention analysis of nurses knowledge, attitudes and practices was done one week later using the same data collection tool in which 39 out of 47 nurses participated. Methods and Material:The WHO Standard Precautions for infection control were used as a guideline for preparing the self-administered questionnaire and training material i.e. the lecture PPT and Handouts. The scoring system was based on a study done by Uba et al (2015) Statistical analysis used:Paired T test and radar chart were used to assess impact of training and observe differences between the pre and post training results. Results:The study reveals that there was a significant increase in Knowledge and Practice scores of ICU Nurses post training. Conclusions:To inculcate an environment of patient safety it is essential that the nurses have sound knowledge levels regarding methods of infection control. Continuous training program will significantly increase the knowledge levels of the critical care staff and hence improve their infection control practices.
Image Shape Matching Based on FM Transformation Technique published in

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P.Kalavathi Image shape matching is prime concern in object recognition and identification methods. the objects are recognized based on their shape similarity. In this paper an image shape matching method based on Fourier Mellin (FM) transformation is given. The outline of the given input images are first registered in the same spatial coordination space before comparison. The performance of this method is evaluated by computing overlap similarity and hausdorff distance measures. The experimental result shows that the proposed image comparison method produces accurate comparison result.
TRANSPARENT CONCRETE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sandeep Sharma*, Dr. O.P. Reddy Transparent concrete is the new type of concrete introduced in todays world which carries special property of light transmitting due to presence of light Optical fibres. Which is also known as translucent concrete or light transmitting concrete, it is achieved by replacing coarse aggregates with transparent alternate materials (Optical fibres). The binding material in transparent concrete may be able to transmit light by using clear resins the concrete mix. The concrete used in industry in present time is the general concrete which consists the fundamental materials i.e, water, cement, aggregate (which is coarse or fine) containing physical properties as- Grey in colour, no transparancy, high density which blocks the possibility of distinguishing bodies, shapes through it. where as transparent concrete due to the presence of Optical fibre allows to identify bodies, shapes through it. The main pur pose of using transparent concrete is to utilize sunlight as a light source following to result in saving or reducing power consomption for the same pur pose, is Can also be used for architectural purpose for new designs and attractive partition Wall. The Paper confines with the need of transparent concrete at present to utilize the sunlight and for architecture technologies. The new type of concrete Can satisfy the green energy saving with its own Natural properties.
Assessment of Water Quality of Himayath Sagar and Osman Sagar Based on Biological Oxygen Demand published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs. Juvaria Azmath The present study was carried out to assess the water quality of Himayath Sagar and Osman Sagar based on Biological Oxygen Demand. For this study systemic sampling has been carried out by collecting 10 water samples from each lake. The collected samples were analysed for Biological Oxygen Demand using Biological Oxygen Demand Indicator(BOD indicator). The results were compared with water quality guidelines for drinking as well as fishing. The mean values for both the lakes were higher than acceptable limits. Mrs. Juvaria Azmath"Assessment of Water Quality of Himayath Sagar and Osman Sagar Based on Biological Oxygen Demand" 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/ijtsrd14375.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/zoology/14375/assessment-of-water-quality-of-himayath--sagar-and-osman-sagar-based-on-biological-oxygen-demand/mrs-juvaria-azmath
Effect of drying on iron and vitamin C content of selected vegetables published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BHARATI BHOSALE AND ASHA ARYA The green leafy vegetables viz. cabbage, fenugreek leaves and spinach and three other vegetables viz. cluster bean, cauliflower and okra were dried in cabinet tray dryer, in sunlight and under shade. The selected vegetables were biochemically analysed for the estimation of vitamin C, total iron and bioavailability of iron in fresh and dried form. The cabinet tray dried samples showed 83.33 to 96.65 per cent retention of total iron, cabinet tray dried vegetable samples retained highest ionisable iron content as compared to shade dried and sun dried vegetable samples. The drying process influenced significantly (P<0.05) the ionisable iron content of all the selected vegetables except for cluster bean. Vegetables dried in cabinet tray dryer exhibited the highest per cent bioavailability of iron as compared to sun dried and shade dried vegetables. Process of drying influenced significantly the per cent bioavailability of iron of all the selected vegetables except for cabbage and cluster bean. The per cent retention of vitamin C of cabinet tray dried vegetable samples was significantly higher as compared to the remaining two modes of drying used under study. Cabinet tray drying was found to be superior in respect of retention of vitamin C, total iron and bioavailability of iron in selected vegetables as compared to sun drying and shade drying.
CHANGING TRENDS IN EDUCATION OF HEALTH SCIENCES. AN OVERVIEW published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Amitha M. Hegde, Dr.Y. Rajmohan Shetty, Dr. Adrija Kar Education earlier was more of an observation and blind acquisition of knowledge from the teacher to the student rather, from the leader to the follower. Over the years, researches, classroom teaching, practical exercises took over observational strategies and recently evidence based learning, e-learning, problem based learning, biomedical informetics are becoming more prevalent. This review paper intends to discuss the various changes in the field of education of medical and health sciences, the various assessment methods in medical sciences and their effect. The use of technology and various methods of learning in support of education is not, therefore, a causal or engineered set of practices ,rather, it requires creativity and adaptability in response to the specific and changing contexts in which it is used and therefore should be implemented carefully.
Penerapan Strategi Metakognisi pada Cooperative Learning Tipe STAD untuk Melihat Perkembangan Metakognisi Siswa pada Materi Elastisitas published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Gesha Deliana Sucinta, Hera Novia, Selly Feranie This study aims to know the development of students' metacognition on the elasticity concept used metacognitive strategies in cooperative learning STAD-type. The instrument in this study used the Students Worksheets (LKS) was adopted metacognitive strategies, in this study called by the term Student Thought’s Journal (JPS) and students did it by several steps. First, students answered the JPS with their own knowledge, and then they searched many information used internet sources, so students would check and repair their answer and fixed with the information that they have been found, and the last step student involved in a group discussions to get many alternative solutions from their friends and students should consider the most appropriate solution to resolve the issue. In this study also used a questionnaire to determine the profile of students' metacognitive knowledge, control and awareness. This study was conducted on one of the upper secondary school (n = 31, grade 10). The results of this study indicated that the development of students' metacognition occurs significantly when the implementation of cooperative learning STAD-type and also at the last meeting, it was showed by the decrease in the number of students who answered inappropriately and didn’t accordance with the elasticity concept. And the result for students' metacognition knowledge, control and awareness were quite good. The analysis of these data indicated that by using metacognitive strategies in cooperative learning STAD-type can know the development of students' metacognition.
CARACTERIZACIN DEL ESTADO NUTRICIONAL Y LOS FACTORES DE RIESGO INDIVIDUALES Y SOCIALES DE LOS JVENES MENORES DE 14 AOS Y LAS MUJERES GESTANTES RESIDENTES EN LA COMUNA DEL RIO DE LA CIUDAD DE PEREIRA. published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Jos? William Mart?nez, Adriana Garc?a Torres, Nubia Vergara Salazar The nutritional conditions of the individual should be considered as a situation that is part of a context, where multiple factors interact, such as, employment, education, income, propaganda, the health and quality of life of the people; elements that rebound considerably on the integral functioning of the child and later on his adult stage. The purchasing capacity is the possibility that a family has to accede to goods and basic services. The income and availability of food in the market condition the quantity of aliments that the family can buy. The poverty is expressed in terms of low purchasing capacity and the impossibility of satisfying basic necessities; it is also intimately tied to the educational level and to the occupation of the people that contribute to the family budget. The present is a descriptive study, whose population target are all the people under 14 and the pregnant women that live in the Comuna del Rio in Pereira. Information of weight, size, and global remembrance of food during the last 24 hours and some biological marks were recollected. The nutritional condition of children under 9 years of age evidences that the major risks of malnutrition are acute and global, but the risk is slight the report of the level of overweight and obesity is important: 10.6% in children, the nutritional history of height/age, expresses that nearly 13% of the children are classified as undernourished, chronically, severely or moderately. A high percentage of adolescents with low weight were found. Differences in the behavior of the nutritional state were found in relation to the gender. The girls presented a major frequency of normal nutritional conditions and the boys present more frequency of overweight. The boys that weighed lees would be those between the ages of 10 and 11, though this diagnosis was present in all ages. The hemograms were normal in most of the children. The hemoglobin were low in only 3 children. The cholesterol was evaluated in only 33 boys and 29 girls between 10 and 14 years of age and was reported high in 72% of the boys, while, in the girls, a high cholesterol was reported in 17% of them in general, 40% of the children had a total cholesterol over 160, and 30% of all the children had triglycerides over 130 mgr dl. High triglycerides were found in the great majority of the girls: the level of HDL under 50 corresponded to 12% of all the boys and girls under 14. 17 pregnant women were found during the investigation of which 10 are couples. An approximate increase is suggested of 1000 K/cal and 40 grams of protein for the pregnant woman who begins her gestation with inferior reports to those recommended. Obesity and overweight outline an important problem in all the evaluated groups of population and demand the design and implementation of interventions that, consulting their different cultural and motivational aspects, will permit educative interventions for the modification of their diets.
DISTRIBUTION OF SOME MOLDS IN THE ATMOSPHERIC AIR OF EL-BEIDA CITY, LIBYA published in

International Journal of Innovative and Applied Research (IJIAR)

Published by Research Communications
El-Gali Z. Ibrahim and Abdullrahman E. Mohamed Airborne fungi play an important role in causing allergy and infection in susceptible people. Airborne fungi composition in mountain city of El-Beida, Libya was studied using Open Petri Dish sampler during the period from April 2013 to March 2014. The plate exposure to spores inside home is an important factor of sensitization. The aim of this study was to determine the distribution and prevalence of species of Alternaria, Aspergillus, Cladosporium, Fusarium and Penicillium inside and outside of the homes and to evaluate monthly variations. A total of 3336 indoor and 4257 outdoor exposed plates were cultured, leading to isolation of 10806 colonies of fungi. 70.3% of total colonies belonged to the five genera considered. The Atmospheric conditions are factors that affect the development of fungi. The maximum number of colony was found in June, November 2013 and March 2014. This study is of a potential interest as little reported research on the indoor/outdoor fungal air quality from El-Beida, Libya.
Available micronutrient status of soybean growing soils of Latur district (M.S.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.S. GAJARE*,A.S. DHAWAN1 AND S.K. GHODKE The present investigation was carried out to study the status of major micronutrients in soybean growing soils of Latur district during the year 2009-2010. For this purpose 140 representative soil samples were collected from seven tehsils (20 villages from each tehsil) of soybean growing soils of Latur district. From each village one surface (0-15 cm depth) soil sample was collected and subjected to laboratory for analyzing for some chemical properties and status of available micronutrients viz., Zn, Fe, Mn and Cu. The correlation co-efficient between chemical properties and available nutrients were worked out. The study revealed that the soils were neutral to alkaline in reaction, safe in limit of electrical conductivity low to high in content of organic carbon and non calcareous to calcareous in nature. The soil samples were deficient in available Zn, medium to sufficient in available Mn and sufficient in available Fe and Cu. The data showed that available Zn had significant negative relationship with pH (-0.249*) and CaCO3 (-0.198*) and significant positive with EC (0.269**). Available Fe had significant and positive correlation with EC (0.281**) and O.C. (0.217*) and significant negative with CaCO3 (-0.291*). Available Mn had negative and significant correlation with EC (-0.278**) while Cu had positive significant relation with EC (0.199*) and O.C. (0.310**).
Fuzzy Dominance Matrix and its Application in Decision Making Problems 2 published in

International Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering

Published by Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd.
Sulekha Gope, Sujit Das This paper introduces the concept of fuzzy dominance matrix (FDM) for solving multiple attribute decision making (MADM) problems. During decision making process, dominance of one expert over others plays an important role to find out the optimal alternative(s). In uncertain decision making problems, often dominances are expressed using linguistic variables which can be represented by fuzzy dominance degree. We have proposed an algorithmic approach to solve multiple attribute decision making problems using FDM. Finally the proposed algorithm is illustrated using a numerical example.
Enhancing Fire Safety Methods in Buildings published in

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Mr. M. Sivashanmugam, Mrs. Lilly Grace Murali. P Fire accident in buildings is a threatening one now a day. The numbers of accidents are increasing in day by day. It creates heavy lives and property losses to the individuals and the nations. To find out the reasons, frequency and giving protection to all type of buildings became challenges to the professionals. A detailed study with analysis required to seek the solution. In this paper the existing fire safety methods are discussed .The last twelve years number of fire accidents, property loss and lives losses are taken as survey. These statistical data are analyzed. The results are discussed. These results give the gap in between the existing fire safety methods and the number of accidents and its impact existence. Therefore to patch up the gap, few practical fires prevention methods, system and practical trainings are recommended to practice in side of the building. These recommendations will definitely bring the buildings under safer fire zone in future.
Evaluation of Biopesticide Formulations on Per Cent Adult Mortality And Fecundity of Pulse Beetle in Redgram published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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SHAIK JAVED Among the Insect pests of stored grain legumes, Callosobruchus chinensis L. and Callosobruchus maculatus F.are the most importantwith considerable levels of damage being done to stored commodities. The present investigations was found that among all the bio pesticide formulations Wettable Powder formulation of Bacillus thuringiensis shows the highest per cent of adult mortality and lowest fecundity and highest Per cent Ovipositional Difference (POD) followed by others.
Impact of Job Stress on Career Orientation of Working Women published in

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M.C. Shivakumar,Dr. S. Venkatesh In the modern, competitive, globalized world, stress has become part of job. Complications, tions, work pressure, over work-load, restlessness, identity crisis, lack of coordination, failures, and lack of success have been considered to be major responsible factors for job stress. The present study examined the impact of job stress on career orientation of women working in degree collages. The field study data for the cross section of people collected and used for the present analysis. Data collected from 350 women employees working in degree collages. It has been found from the study that the career orientation of women has not been influenced by job stress. However, teaching and research extension works of women employees have been significantly and negatively influenced by job stress. Therefore, the job stress of has to be reoriented to ensure the career orientation of women faculty working in degree collages for better performance.
Ameloblastoma : Notorious Tumor of The Jaw - Report of A Case published in

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Dr. Urvashi. A. Shetty, Dr. Sreelatha. S. V Ameloblastoma is an uncommon odontogenic neoplasm that accounts for approximately 10% of all tumors originating from gnathic bones. Its behavior has often been described as benign but locallyaggressive, along with a high recurrence rates and also the capability of attaining large sizes leading to tremendous facial disfigurement. Clinical and imaging findings aid in the differential diagnosis of ameloblastomas; however, histopathological evaluation is essential for its definitive diagnosis. The objective of this case report is to describe a case of ameloblastoma, treated successfully by segmental resection, and provide a brief review of the current state of knowledge on this notorious benign tumor of the jaw.
A Review on Effect of Nano Particle Blended with Diesel Fuel in the Compression Ignition Engine published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Abinesh. R | Abihnav. S | Jayamurugan. M | Dr. P. T. Saravana kumar Diesel engine play important role in the field of commercial transportation and agricultural machinery on account of its superior fuel efficiency. Due to shortage of diesel fuel and its increasing cost as well as hazardous emission emitted by diesel engine, the use of biodiesel and its blends has gained importance over the past two decades due to its environmental and economic benefits. Many countries are evaluating a variety of alternative fuels for use in motor vehicles in an attempt to reduce greenhouse emissions, global warming and to improve the energy security of the nations. Blended fuel is a replacement for the diesel fuel in CI engines due to its significant environmental benefits. The use of blended fuel leads to reduction in particulate matter, hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions that decrease in fuel consumption and the nitrous oxide emission on diesel engine without any modification. The addition of Nano particles with blended diesel fuel increases the efficiency and decreases the emissions. Metal oxides such as alumina, titanium oxide, cerium oxide in the form of nano particles can be used to increase the efficiency as well as to decrease emission. In this review paper work has been done to demonstrate the effect of various nanoparticles added diesel and biodiesel on performance and emission characteristics of CI engine. Abinesh. R | Abihnav. S | Jayamurugan. M | Dr. P. T. Saravana kumar"A Review on Effect of Nano Particle Blended with Diesel Fuel in the Compression Ignition Engine" 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/ijtsrd5869.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/5869/a-review-on-effect-of-nano-particle-blended-with-diesel-fuel-in-the-compression-ignition-engine/abinesh-r
DYNAMIC NUMBER PLATE RECOGNISATION USING GENETIC ALGORITHMS published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.Sudha, E.Saranya, R.Karthika, R.Santhosh? A new genetic algorithm (GA) is used to detect the locations of the License Plate (LP) symbols. Adaptive threshold method has been used to overcome the dynamic changes of illumination conditions when converting one image into binary. The detection stage of the LP is the most critical step in an automatic vehicle identification system Connected component analysis technique (CCAT) is used to detect candidate objects inside the unknown image. Encouraging results with 96.8% overall accuracy have been reported for two different datasets having variability in orientation, scaling, plate location, illumination and complex background.
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.
ESTADO DE PORTADORES DE BORDETELLA PERTUSSIS EN ADOLESCENTES DE 12 A 19 AOS EN EL DEPARTAMENTO DEL TOLIMA, COLOMBIA, 2007 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Lina Sofa Morn Duarte, Jaime Moreno** Martha Gracia*** Mara Elena Realpe** Gilma Lucia Pea Daza**** Antecedents: studies have revealed that Bordetella Pertussis is present in a significant number of adolescents and adults, thus confirming its agency in the development of the syndrome in up to 30% of the cases examined. This may in turn play an important role in the transmission of the disease to breast fed children. To determine the nature of the bacteria B. Pertussis in adolescents carriers, residents of Tolima and to evaluate the efficacy of the polymerase (PCR) chain reaction strategy as a diagnostic medium on the carrier. Methods: a field study conducted on a cross section of the population in which 400 youths between the ages of 12 and 19 were selected by means of random testing. Nasopharyngeal samples were collected and treated with live cultive techniques: direct immunofluorescence (IFD) with polyclonal antibodies on the one hand, and polymerase (PCR) IS4801-IS4802 chain reaction methods on the other. Treatment was undertaken in the National Institute for Health. Results: 400 samples were treated with negative cultures: 34 (8.5%) tested positive with IFD and 132(33%) with PCR. Both techniques were positive 29(17%) and 263(66%) negative with IFD and PCR. Of the total samples taken 34.25% (137/400) were positive. The sensitivity of PCR in relation to IFD was 85.3% (IC:95%, 15,4- 30.2) and in relation to VPN was 98.1% (IC:95%, 95.5-99.3). Conclusions: carriers of the strain tested with IFD and PCR are shown to be healthy, nevertheless the live bacteria remains the prototype of the illness and for this reason the study is inconclusive in its findings. A process of continual assessment into the condition of the B.Pertussis carriers is necessary in order to ascertain whether, amongst those diagnosed by live cultures, there are not those who are asymptomatic carriers.
The Variability of Cervical Human Papillomavirus is not Clinically Important published in

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Ledy Horto Santos Oliveira, Silvia Maria Baeta Cavalcanti Human genital tract harbors approximately 40 papillomavirus types that vary in prevalence and pathogenicity. The goal of the present study was to trace the spectrum of uncommon HPV types in Rio de Janeiro State according to cytological status. A meta-analysis study included 891 women recorded in five Brazilian studies. The overall HPV prevalence was 32.8%. Thirty-three HPV genotypes have been identified. HPV 16 was the prevalent type, found in 27.7% of infected people. The types 26, 35, 39, 51, s82 (high risk), 40, 42, 44, 54, 70, LX100 (low risk), and 32, 62, 69, 83, and 84 (undetermined), were found in a low frequency and, except HPV 39, were not associated with abnormal cytology. Their predominance in young women, the fact that they have been more easily found in co-infections and the unlikely link with risk for cervical cancer allow labeling them as opportunistic infections of little clinical importance
Present Status and Challenges of Indian Financial Inclusion Initiatives published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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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.
SYNTHESIS OF AROMATIC ACETYLENIC ALCOHOLS AND THEIR VINYL ETHERS OF THE BASED PHENYLACETYLENE, ANILINE AND ACETYLENE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Odiljon E. Ziyadullaev*, Fazliddin X. Musaev, Umid G. Narbaev The aim of research work is opening of physical out physical characteristics of synthesis of new aromatic acetylenic alcohols and their vinyl ester on the base local raw material and waste, and also elaboration of new industrial technologies. Investigation of synthesis of aromatic acetylenic alcohols with high yields with using of different method at using of phenylacetylene ower croton aldehydes and ketones (acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isopropyl ketone, acetophenone and pinokalin) in the presence of different catalysts; carring out of chemical and structural analysis’s and on the base of chemical theories and laws the scientifical basing of effectivity of aromatic acetylenic alcohols synthesis by different methods. Determination of optimal conditions of aromatic acetylenic alcohols vinylation by acetylene in the presence of catalytical systems MOH+DMSO+DMP, CsF-MOH-DMSO and MOH/Cactiv.. Determination the most anticorrosion action of aromatic acetylenic alcohols against microorganism cause biocorrosion of metal and steel equipment of processing of oil and gas, elaboration of improvement methods of investigations of preparates on the base of vinyl ester aromatic acetylenic alcohols for extraction of sulfer-containing compound in products of processing of oil and gas.
CURRENT STATE AND PROBLEMS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF INVESTMENT AND CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS LEADING CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES 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�
Ermakova Olga Subject, purpose. Construction is one of the leading sectors of the Ukrainian economy. The economic effect of invested in the construction of financial resources is animated growth of invested funds, which predetermine the volume and cost structure of construction industry. To ensure proper management of the business areas is possible only when the management of the holding company owns accurate, timely and well-structured information about the activities in these areas. Use of the results as an analogy will provide an opportunity for industry representatives to improve the effectiveness of its management of working capital in construction. Methodological basis of the article are fundamental theoretical principles of economic theory, scientific abstraction and analysis of statistical data. The method used Desk research through the analysis of secondary information on relevant topics, as well as a survey of market operators to get the total available primary information that is a trade secret. In the article the peculiarities of the analysis of the current assets of the enterprise from the perspective of financial management, discloses the contents of the stages of the analysis. Selected objects of analysis and management of current assets, depending on their economic content and peculiarities of functioning of the construction industry. Reviewed financial and economic aspects of the relationship between the dynamics of asset turnover and performance indicators. In the current crisis conditions of functioning of the Ukrainian economy is especially relevant is to ensure the effective management of enterprises, including by accelerating turnover of capital and optimizing the structure of the sources of its formation. Therefore, to achieve high performance, you need a clear, sound and efficient financial management policies current assets of the company. Possible development paths, as well as the main problems to be solved. It is proved that the development of the construction sector of Ukraine is possible only if the acceleration and optimization of turnover and attract capital construction enterprises. The main tools in this process is the improvement of the state investment policy and programs support the construction of enterprises, first of all, dealing with the restoration and development of the areas devastated in the war zone Аntiterrorist Оperation). Implementation of the recommendations should accelerate the accumulation of financial resources for the further development of working capital in the construction sector, as it is a prerequisite for high efficiency of the industry development and economic activity in general.
EVALUATION OF SATISFACTION OF STUDENTS OF DOCTOR OF PHYSICAL THERAPY REGARDING THEIR FIELD OF EDUCATION. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Bakhtawar Wajeeha Qureshi & Muhammad Salman Haider Qureshi To assess the satisfaction level of students of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) regarding their field of education. To identify the causes responsible for dissatisfaction of students with their field of study. Physical Therapy is an emerging and growing field in Pakistan and currently is passing through its stage of infancy. Five year program of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) has been now introduced resulting in increased influx of students. Yet unawareness among the students as well as society still prevailed that resulted in confusing the minds of young undergraduate students of Physical Therapy. A cross-sectional study was conducted in the Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Peshawar. Total 100 students of Doctor of Physical Therapy. Were interviewed through structurally designed questionnaires. Ethical consideration was taken into account. The response rate was 78%. 55.1% students were found satisfied with the field, 7.6% were dissatisfied while 37.1% were unable to analyze whether satisfied or dissatisfied majority being basic sciences students. Students highlighted certain factors as responsible for their dissatisfaction.Majority of the students satisfied from their field of education belonged to clinical sciences which indicate their well-aware attitude about the significance of this field. Moreover, the students held disrespectful attitude of society, Limited facilities and job opportunities and Incapable Physical Therapists imparting bad name to this profession responsible for their dissatisfaction.
Irreversible Investment under Uncertainty: A Study of Nepalese Economy published in

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Suraj Gaudel In most cases investment can often be irreversible. When firms decide about irreversible investment they may have confidence about their perceived probability measures describing future uncertainty. Generally, investment decision of an investor depends on his/her risk taking behavior, technology used and competition among the firms. More specifically, an increase in uncertainty decreases the value of an irreversible investment opportunity in the economy. The purpose of this paper is to analyses investment behavior in Nepal and to support entrepreneurial entry. Thus, increased uncertainty in the entrepreneurs target will decrease the probability of entry in the new industry.
VIBRATION ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF ROTATING COMPOSITE SHAFT USING ACTIVE MAGNETIC BEARINGS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dhramvir Singh*1, Nikhilesh N. Singh2 & Dr. Prabhat Kumar Sinha In this article the fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites shaft analysed as a Timoshenko beam. The prime objective of this research to reduce the vibration in composites shaft system. To utilize the active vibration control technique. Three different isotropic rigid disks are mounted on it and they also supported by two active magnetic bearing at its ends. The analysis work involves finite element, vibrational and rotor dynamic analysis of the system. Rotary inertia effect, gyroscopic effect kinetic energy and strain energy of the shaft are derived and studied. The governing equation is obtained by applying Hamilton’s principle using finite element method in which four degrees of freedom at each node is considered. Active control scheme is applied through magnetic bearings by using a controller containing low pass filter, notch filter, sensor and amplifier which controls the current and correspondingly control the stability of the whole rotor-shaft system. Campbell diagram, stability limit speed diagram and logarithmic decrement diagram are studied to establish the system stability. Effect of different types of stacking sequences are also studied and compared.
PROSPECTIVE AND RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF DIABETES AND ITS COMPLICATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Laxmi Narasimha Gupalli* Diabetes is the most common cause of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD) in most parts of the world. 20 to 30% of diabetic patient have diabetic nephropathy in type 1 and type 2. Hyperglycemia is the key of nephropathy creation. Hyperglycemia also by production of toxic materials, advanced glycosylated end product (AGE), increased activity of aldose reductase has some role. Some metabolites of arachidonic acid, hemodynamic derangements and genetic factors have also some role. Although diabetic nephropathy is most common cause of nephropathy in these patients, but diabetic patients are also prone to other urinary tract and renal parenchymal disease and should not be confused with renal failure due to diabetic nephropathy. The principle of treatment of diabetic nephropathy is based on tight control of hyperglycemia, tight control of blood pressure and glomerular pressure, control of dyslipidemia, restriction of protein intake and smoking withdrawal.
Screening of some genotypes of brinjal for their relative resistance against jassid and whitefly published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
J.A. DAHATONDE1, H.V. PANDYA1, S.B. RAUT2 AND S.D. PATEL1 Studies were carried out on screening of some genotypes of brinjal for their relative resistance against jassid and whitefly on brinjal (Solanum melongena L.) at Regional Horticultural Research Station Farm, NAU, Navsari during 2011-12. The results revealed that out of fourteen genotypes of brinjal, the genotype AB-8/5 (6.65 jassids/three leaves) recorded the lowest population of jassids and genotype AB-8/6 (5.93 whiteflies/three leaves) recorded lowest population of whiteflies
A Study on Evaluation & Effectiveness of Training and Development of Employees in Tirupur Garment Indusrty published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
T. Sreerekha | H. Labiba In this competitive world, training plays an important role in the competent and challenging format of business. Training is the nerve that suffices the need of fluent and smooth functioning of work which helps in enhancing the quality of work life of employees and organizational development too. Development is a process that leads to qualitative as well as quantitative advancements in the organization, especially at the managerial level; it is less considered with physical skills and is more concerned with knowledge, values, attitudes and behaviour in addition to specific skills. Hence, development can be said as a continuous process whereas training has specific areas and objectives. So, every organization needs to study the role, importance and advantages of training and its positive impact on development for the growth of the organization. Thus, employee training and development programs are important aspects which are needed to be studied and focused on. This paper focuses and analyses the literature findings on importance of training and development of employees. T. Sreerekha | H. Labiba"A Study on Evaluation & Effectiveness of Training and Development of Employees in Tirupur Garment Indusrty" 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/ijtsrd10888.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/hrm-and-retail-business/10888/a--study-on-evaluation-and-effectiveness-of-training-and-development-of-employees-in-tirupur-garment-indusrty/t--sreerekha
DOMAIN EXPERTISE IN INTERNAL AUDIT FOR ROBUST INTERNAL CONTROL MECHANISM OF CONSTRUCTION FIRMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pankaj R. Jadhav*, Raju Narwade, Manisha Jamgade There are many construction firms in India which are run by the big business houses. They are being operated on a very large scale, thereby leaving for very less scope of any disorganization in the management. With the increase in scale of operations, increases the scope of fraud or any flaw that may have an adverse effect on the company as well as the investors. Effective internal audit provides a tool to ease out all the complexities, ensures that systems and processes are adequate to support the growth and are adapted to the changes in various applicable regulations, thereby ensuring sustained growth and development. For effectiveness of internal audit, it is necessary for the auditor to understand the business and operations of the construction firms. Hence it is necessary that the audit team should comprise of qualified technical engineers to understand nitigrities of construction business. This paper discusses the detailed methodology adopted for the effective internal control of the construction firms as well as help the top level management to observe overall progress of their firm and the role of domain expertise in internal audit.
A General Review on Bioanalytical Method Development & Validation for LC-MS/MS published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ashutosh Badola | Preeti Joshi | Preeti Kothiyal Rapid growth in the use of LC-MS/MS for the analysis of drugs in biological matrices has been compelled by the need for timely and high-quality data at every stages in drug discovery and development process: from throughput screening of drug candidates and rapid data generation for pre-clinical studies to almost real-time analysis of clinical samples. A well developed bioanalytical development and its validation plays a pivotal role in achieving the goals. . The aim behind this review is to enlighten the need of validation which provide a practical approach for determining the different parameters like selectivity, specifity, limit of detection, lower limit of quantitation, linearity, range, accuracy, precision, recovery, stability, ruggedness, and robustness to help the perfect studies of pharmacokinetic, toxic kinetic, bioavailability and bioequivalence. Bio-analysis study is for the quantitative determination of drug and their metabolites in biological fluids. Accurate and robust methods for quantitative analysis of drug and their metabolites are important for the successful conduct of pre-clinical, bio-pharmaceutics and clinical pharmacology. Ashutosh Badola | Preeti Joshi | Preeti Kothiyal"A General Review on Bioanalytical Method Development & Validation for LC-MS/MS" 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/ijtsrd14203.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/pharmacy/pharmaceutics/14203/a-general-review-on-bioanalytical-method-development-and-validation-for-lc-msms/ashutosh-badola
FPGA DESIGN SCHEME FOR BATTERY SOC & SOH ALGORITHMS FOR ADVANCED BMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bijender Kumar*1 , Neeta Khare 2 , P.K. Chaturvedi Batteries are primary source of clean energy for various applications such as transportation, grid storage & mobile systems. In case of transportation, the effective use of existing battery technology in Electrical Vehicles (EVs) & Hybrid Electrical Vehicles (HEVs) remains a challenge because of inaccurate battery state-of-charge (SoC) & state-of-health (SoH) models. A battery’s stored energy & its performance are difficult to infer from electrically measured parameters of a battery. This research paper aims at describing different battery technologies used in transportation applications & their performance comparison, comparison of different SoC & SoH indication algorithms and commercially available Battery Management System (BMS). The goal of all the presented SoC & SoH indication algorithms is to select an accurate algorithm and to design an advanced BMS capable of providing an accurate indication of battery state. Further, this research paper describes the Neuro- Fuzzy & statistical controllers to be incorporated in Advanced BMS for accurate monitoring of battery’s SoC & SoH respectively. In Neuro-Fuzzy approach, a neural network is used to model a nonlinear electrochemical behavior of the Lead-acid battery. In statistical model, a regression method is employed to predict the SoH. This paper also describes MATLAB simulation of artificial neural network (ANN) model selected for Advanced BMS design & the Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) design scheme for BMS implementation. The SoC and SoH estimation results of lead-acid battery using Simulink and RTL (register transfer level) models are also summarized in this paper. FPGA implementation would provide the chip design to determine accurate SoC & SoH of the lead acid battery.
Aberrant Canal Morphology of Mandibular Premolars- Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Janet Kirilova Introduction: Mandibular premolars have gained a reputation for having aberrant anatomy. They are considered to be the most difficult teeth for endodontic treatment. Purpose: The aim of this study is to investigate a case of mandibular premolar with taurodontism. Material and methods: The case with taurodontism is described in the following article. Careful exploration of the grooves between all orifices with magnification, use of ultrasonic irrigation; and a modified filling technique are of particular use. Results: Results are observed after several years. In performing a root canal treatment on such teeth, one should appreciate the complexity of the root canal system, canal obliteration and configuration, and the potential for additional root canal systems. Conclusions: The proper knowledge of the phenomenon of taurodontism will improve the medical practice of the general dental practitioner.
Stress and Locus of Control in Elderly With Hypertension published in

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M.Padmavathamma, A. Hemalatha, A. Gayathri, Prof. D. Jamuna The present study was contemplated to study the sociodemographic profiles and role of psychological variables in a sample of hypertensive elderly. The study was carried out on a sample of 80 male and female elderly hypertensives who were visiting outpatient clinic of TTD Central Hospital, Tirupati A.P. The sample was randomly enrolled for the present study in the age group of 60 to 65 years (Mean age = 64.2). The results showed significant association between psychological variables and levels of blood pressure in the elderly. Based on the results, role of psychological variables and the significance of psychological intervention were discussed. The implication of the finding is highlighted.
Progress Towards Gender Egalitarianism: A Reality Check published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Jatinder Kaur After independence, empowerment of women has always remained the major thrust of Indian plans and policies. Besides floating various schemes exclusively for the well-being of the women, many stringent laws have also been enacted from time to time to narrow down the huge gender gap which persisted at that time. This paper is an attempt to study how far these efforts have been successful in bridging that gap and empowering Indian women.
Borboletas (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea e Papilionoidea) de uma rea de Semirido na regio nordeste do Brasil published in

EntomoBrasilis

Published by Entomologistas do Brasil
Jos Nicssio Rocha Lima & Thamara Zacca O Semirido brasileiro corresponde, praticamente, aos limites do bioma Caatinga, sendo uma das regies com menor nmero de unidades de conservao e com maior deficincia em estudos da biodiversidade de borboletas. Sendo assim, inventrios visando contribuir para o conhecimento da diversidade local so extremamente necessrios e urgentes. No presente estudo, uma lista das espcies de borboletas da Serra da Fumaa (Pindobau, Bahia, Brasil), foi elaborada baseada em amostragens mensais realizadas no perodo de Abril a Outubro de 2011, com durao de dois dias. Foram utilizadas rede entomolgica e armadilhas com iscas de banana fermentada em caldo-de-cana. Em um total de 1.295 horas de amostragem (97 horas de captura com rede entomolgica e 1.198 horas com armadilhas) foram registrados 756 indivduos de 121 espcies, das quais dezessete so novos registros para o Semirido e quatro, exclusivamente, para o estado da Bahia. List of Butterflies Species (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea) in a Northeastern Brazilian Semiarid Area Abstract. The Brazilian Semiarid region practically corresponds to the Caatinga biome boundary, being one of the regions with lowest number of conservations unities and greater deficiency in butterflies biodiversity studies. Therefore, inventories in order to contribute to knowledge of local diversity are extremely necessary and urgent. In the present study, a list of butterflies species from Serra da Fumaa (municipality of Pindobau, state of Bahia, Brazil) was developed based on monthly sampling carried out from April to October 2011, lasting two days. The methods used were active capture with entomological nets and traps baited of fermented banana with juice sugar cane. In a total of 1,295 hours of sampling (97 hours of capture with entomological nets and 1,198 hours with traps) were registered 756 individuals of 121 species, of which seventeen are new records for the Semiarid region and four, exclusively, to state of Bahia.
Trkiyedeki Akademik Dergilerde evre Muhasebesi Alan?nda 20062014 Y?llar? Aras?nda Yay?nlanm?? Bilimsel Makalelerin ?erik Analizi (A Content Analysis of The Articles Subject Environmental Accounting Field Published in Academic Journals in Turkey Between 20062014) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Fatih ?ENTRK, Hakk? FINDIK zet evreyi konu edinen bilimsel al??malar di?er alanlarda oldu?u gibi muhasebe alan?nda da giderek artmaktad?r. Gnmzde evre unsuru, sadece retime girdi veren bir retim faktr olmaktan ?km??, bunun yerine retim ncesi, sreci ve sonras?nda srekli korunmas? ve bir maliyet unsuru olarak dikkate al?nmas? gereken konu haline gelmi?tir. Dolay?s?yla i?letmelerin faaliyetleri neticesinde olu?an evresel de?i?imlerin fiziksel, finansal ve maliyet boyutlar?n?n tespit edilmesi, llmesi, muhasebe sistemi ierisinde izlenerek ilgililere raporlanmas? muhasebenin sosyal sorumluluk kavram?n?n da gere?idir. evreye duyarl? bu yakla??m?n toplumun her katman?na yay?lmas?, i?letmelerin evresel muhasebe uygulamalar?na ynelik al??malar yapmas?nda te?vik edici bir unsur olacakt?r. Bu al??mada Trkiyede evre alan?nda 2006-2014 y?llar? aras?nda yay?nlanan makaleler, ierik analizi ynyle incelenmi? ve de?erlendirilmi?tir. Abstract Scientific researches subject environmental issues are increasing in accounting field as well as other fields. Nowadays, environmental element is not just input for production but also it becomes a topic which needs to be taken as a cost element and it must be protected continuously before production, after production and in production process itself. Hence, its a requirement of social responsibility concept in the accounting that physical, financial and cost dimensions of environmental changes occurring because of the business operations need to be determined, measured and reported to relevants by observing in the accounting system. Spreading this environmentally sensitive approach in every layer of society would be an encouraging factor for companies to study in environmental accounting applications. In this study, a content analysis is applied to articles in enviromental fields published in Turkey between 2006-2014.
Women in Indian Banking Industry Their Role in Growth of the Sector published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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David Raju Gollapudi A woman in the workplace is not a new phenomenon, a woman who is a member of the board could be called a moderate phenomenon but a woman who is the CEO is undoubtedly a recent phenomenon, at least in India. Banking in the West has traditionally been a male bastion and continues to be so. It is very difficult for women to break the glass ceiling in Western Countries. Data shows that the glass ceiling is still intact. The banking sector in India did have its male domination till the 1980s, but in the last three decades the gender equilibrium became 'fairly' poised. According to a study by Standard Chartered Bank about women on corporate boards in India, the financial sector performs best in terms of gender diversity, nine of the eleven banks listed on BSE-100 have a woman on their board and two of these banks have a female CEO. In fact, through the recent recession, Reserve Bank of India had two women deputy governors on board, Usha Thorat and Shyamala Gopinath. The mid-80s saw a number of smart women graduating from the B-schools just when the Indian banking sector was starting to grow. ICICI, HDFC, HSBC, Citibank, were all expanding and were hiring during the mid-80s and the early 90s. Interestingly, today, these women are role models for a number of other women who have the ambition and confidence to make it big in the world of banking. When you see talented women who have become successful leaders, you do get inspired to follow in their footsteps. "Once you have a successful role model in a business, you tend to go for it. These women in the world of banking and financial services have given confidence to women to try such corporate jobs," says Professor K Ramachandran, Thomas Schmidheiny Chair Professor of Family Business and Wealth Management, at Indian School of Business. India is one of the top 10 economies globally, with vast potential for the banking sector to grow. The last decade witnessed a tremendous upsurge in transactions through ATMs, Internet and mobile banking. In 2014, the countrys Rs 81 trillion (US$ 1.34 trillion) banking industry is set for a greater change. This paper focuses on women CEOs in the Indian banking sector and examines the impact which women CEOs have had on banks.
Application of Genetic Algorithm to The Tsp Problem published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ing. Alena Rybickova, Ing. Denisa Mockova, Ing.Bc. Adela Karaskova The article concerns the proposal of the solution of genetic operators of a genetic algorithm for calculation of a transportation task in the travelling salesman problem. Travelling salesman problem belongs to NP-hard problems with significant use in transportation. Application of genetic algorithm to a specific problem includes mainly design of encoding and three operators of selection, crossover and mutation. For all these operators several variants were proposed with regard to travelling salesman problem specifics as well as some other adjustments to the problem.
CORRELACIN CLNICO-PATOLGICA DEL TROMBOEMBOLISMO PULMONAR EN LA CIRUGA CARDIOVASCULAR / Clinical-pathological correlation of pulmonary thromboembolism in cardiovascular surgery published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Lisvet Triana Triana, Ileana Puig Reyes, Rudy Hernndez Ortega, Osvaldo Gonzlez Alfonso, Juan M. Rodrguez lvarez, Oliviert Nazco Hernndez, Leonel Fuentes Herrera, Alina Ceballos lvarez, Omaida J. Lpez Bernal, Yuri Medrano Plana, Alain Mor Duarte, Jean L. Chao Garca, Emma M. Gonzlez Rivera and Marilyn Ramrez Mndez Introduction: Pulmonary thromboembolism is the condition generated by the interruption of the blood supply to a portion of the lung by a blockage of an afferent vessel. Objective: To compare the clinical-pathologic correlation of the diagnosis of pulmonary thromboembolism in patients undergoing surgery and to describe some related variables. Method: A descriptive-retrospective study was conducted. The sample consisted of 26 patients who had clinical or post-mortem diagnosis of pulmonary thromboembolism. Results: All patients (100%) had tachycardia and tachypnea. Bronchopneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (40% respectively) were the main causes of misdiagnosis. In the majority of cases (45.4%), the involvement was at the level of the thin branches. Clinical diagnosis was confirmed in 34.8% of patients. The main risk factors that were identified included: major surgery, the need for prolonged bed rest (81.8% respectively), the use of cardiopulmonary bypass and the occurrence of shock (72.7% respectively). Among patients with confirmed diagnosis, 72.7% had an adequate therapeutic dose of heparin. Conclusions: Pulmonary thromboembolism was a rare complication in cardiovascular surgery, and clinical suspicion exceeded the actual existence of the disease, therefore the clinical-pathological correlation was poor.
Cytogenetic Effects of Potassium Bromate KBrO3 Associated with Iraqi Baking Industry published in

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Azhar M Haleem This study was aimed to determin the potassium bromate content of most consumed loaves within Baghdad city, and evaluating the cytogenetic effects of potassium bromated at bakery workers by measuring mitotic index (MI) blastogenic index (BI) and chromosomal aberrations (CA) beside measuring of dihydrofolate reductase (DHFR) activity in both healthy and exposed groups. The findings referred to includes two type of Iraqi loaves KBrO3, electrical samun 10 2.34 and loaf 0.30.12. The exposed workers have high chromosomal aberration represented by CB,RC and MN. While DHFR activity suffered graduated reduction depending on age group and years of services.
DERMATOFIBROSARCOMA PROTUBERANS OF THE ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL A RARE CASE REPORT. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Dhanamjaya Rao Teeda, Dr. M. P. Akarsh Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans is a rare, slow-growing fibrohistiocytic neoplasm that commonly favors young to middle-aged adults. It is most commonly seen on the trunk and frequently recurs locally after an incomplete excision, but distant metastasis is rare. It is most commonly seen in the third to fifth decades but has been reported in all the age groups. We report a case of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans on the abdominal wall.
Evaluation of traditional rice cultivars of Sri Lanka for some yield components and grain yield in Yala and Maha seasons published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. L. RANAWAKE AND U. G. S. AMARASINGHE One hundred Sri Lankan traditional rice cultivars were evaluated in two consecutive seasons of 2011/2012 Maha and 2012 Yala seasons for yield and yield components. Analysis of data through ANOVA and mean separation using SAS statistical software reveals that in Maha season, 73 cultivars recorded higher plant height, eight cultivars showed more, number of tillers plant-1, 43 cultivars had more number of fertile tillersplant-1 fertility percentage was more in twenty nine cultivars and yield per plant-1 was high for thirty five cultivars.Number of productive tillers per plant and fertility percentage remained unchanged for 36 and 60 cultivars respectively in two seasons. Forty four cultivars showed higher yield per plant-1 in Yala season than at Maha season while thirty two cultivars remained more or less same in their regards. According to DMRT groupings, all the parameters of cultivar Hondarawala, Karayal I, Dewaredderi, Kotathavalu II, Kokuvellai, Karayal III, Karabewa, Muthumanikam, Induru Karayal, Dik wee 328, Maha Murunga Badulla, Kaharamana and Jamis wee I changed significantly at two seasons. Among them cultivar Hondarawala, Kotathavalu II, Kokuvellai, Karayal III, Karabewa, Muthumanikam, Dik wee 328 and Jamis wee I increased all the parameters in Maha season compared to those of in Yala season. Interestingly, the days to maturity of these cultivars were around four months. The best rice cultivars can be selected based on the performances of them in Yala and Maha seasons.
Hydatid Disease of the Central Nervous System; retrospective study of 20 cases. published in

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Dr. M. Ramanjulu, Dr. C. Venkateswara Rao, Dr. M. L. Ananth, Dr. B. N. Nagaraju, Dr. G. Ram Balaji Naik Summary Objective: Hydatid disease primarily affects the liver; the secondary involvement due to hematogenous spread may be seen in almost any locations e.g.., lung, kidney, spleen, bone, and central nervous system. We aimed to assess clinical findings, radiological investigations and treatment of cases with central nervous system (CNS) hydatid cyst disease. Materials and method: the present study included 20 patients who were operated for CNS hydatid cysts disease from 1984- 2014. The clinical features, radiological investigations and treatment of cases are retrospectively analyzed and the pertinent literature is reviewed and compared the results with those reported in literature. Results: fourteen patients were male and six were female .The mean age of the study population was 20 years (range 10-50 years). All the patients came from rural areas .Headache and motor deficits were the most common clinical symptoms in patients with intracranial hydatidosis where as the back pain and spinal compression syndrome were most frequent clinical presentation in case of spinal hydatidosis. The lesion was demonstrated by computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as large smooth thin walled spherical shaped cystic homogeneous lesions with same density as cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) which showed no edema or contrast uptake in intracranial hydatid cyst disease. The location of cysts was intracranial in 11 cases (55%), orbital 2(4%) and spinal in 7(14%) cases. Two patients were infected cysts. In all patients with intracranial, the cysts were removed completely with Dowlings technique. All the spinal hydatid cysts are excised by doing laminectomy at the level of spinal involvement. Eight patients had ruptured cysts during operations. Recurrent or systemic hydatid cysts were treated medically. Pathological findings were consistent with hydatid cysts in all cases. During the follow up period which ranged from 5 months and 16 years, 8 had recurrence (40%). Conclusion Despite all the advances in imaging techniques and therapeutic methods ,CNS hydatidosis remains difficult to cure and the patient outcomes are not satisfactory especially in case of spinal involvement due to high incidence of recurrence.
Does the Elderly always Mean Passive: "The Elderly" Image Profiling in CCTV Public Advertisement for Caring for the Elderly and Audiences' Perception published in

Proceedings of the 2017 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

Published by Lingnan University
Xiuzhi Wang, Xiaoyan Yang, Xiaohong Hu China has become one of the aging societies in the world. Many public-service ads have been initiated to further respect and care for old people in China. The series of aged people-friendly ads run by CCTV channels raised a lot of discussion. Analyzing the narratives in these ads, the themes and perceived images of the aged people in these ads were categorized. With discourse analysis and online ethnography methods, two themes among 11 selected publicservice ads samples were identified. These are the agency theme and the communion theme. However, the ads also created different images of old people. These old people images were perceived by audiences as four kinds: waiting person, lonely person, dedicated person, and controlling person. Online reviewers commented on these perceived old people images differently. Some managerial implications are also discussed.
A Clinical Study of Brachial Plexus Block Using A Nerve Stimulator in Comparison With The Conventional Paraesthesia Technique published in

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Dr R Konda Reddy, Dr P Rama Krishna Brachial plexus block quality is determined by accurate localization of nerves and precise injection of local anaesthetics into anatomical site. Eliciting paraesthesia with a needle has been the traditional mean of locating the brachial plexus. This study was to evaluate the safety and clinical efficacy of nerve stimulator by comparing with the paraesthesia method. This study was done in 50 ASA grade I and II patients, were randomly assigned into two groups. Group A, the block was performed by eliciting paraesthesia and group B by using nerve stimulator and observed heart rate(HR), blood pressure(BP), oxygen saturation (Spo2) and electrocardiogram in both groups. Success rate in group A 92% vs 84% in group B. The incidence of immediate complications were higher in group A (16%) vs 0% in group B. Time to initiate block was significantly lower in group A compared to group B. The volume of drug required and incidence of complications were lower in group B. So the use of nerve stimulator is equally efficacious block with lower volume of local anesthetic and significantly lower complication rate.
STUDY ON IMPACT AND TENSILE PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE WITH COCONUT SHELL AS COARSE AGGREGATE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
R. Ranjith The mechanical properties of coconut shell aggregate concrete (CSAC) namely splitting tensile strength, impact strength have been determined and a comparison is made with conventional granite aggregate concrete (CGAC) in the 30 days short-term experimental investigation. From the test results it is observed that coconut shell aggregate concrete has considerably sufficient strength. But the splitting tensile strength of coconut shell aggregate concrete is 50 % less than that of conventional granite aggregate concrete. The coconut shell aggregate concrete results are lies within the limits of structural lightweight concrete. Hence it is considered as structural light weight aggregate concrete. The impact strength result of coconut shell aggregate concrete CSAC is less than the conventional granite aggregate concrete CGAC
AN ORAL CAVITY PROTECTOR: MELATONIN- THE KNIGHT RIDER published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
1*Dr. Vishal Mehrotra, 2Dr. Kriti Garg, 3Dr. Rohini Singh, 4Dr. Priyanka Sharma Melatonin is a hormone that is primarily synthesized in the pineal gland. This hormone plays a vital role in protecting oral cavity from the harmful effects caused by various pathogens, autoimmune diseases and oral cancers. This protective action of melatonin comes from its immunomodulatory, antioxidant (free radical scavenger), proliferation and synthesis of Type I collagen, bone formation, oncostatic activity which includes anti-proliferative functions, stimulation of anticancer immunity, and modulation of oncogene expression, anti-Inflammatory and anti-angiogenic effects. This article highlights the therapeutic effects of melatonin on the damages caused by mechanical, bacterial, fungal, or viral origin, in postsurgical wounds caused by tooth extractions and other oral surgeries on the oral cavity, but also on the bone formation in various autoimmune disorders such as Sjorgen syndrome, in periodontal diseases, in toxic effects of dental materials, in dental implants, and in oral cancers.
Withania somnifera: A Wild Plant Effective in Treatment of Various Types of Cancer published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Monika Kumari Withania somnifera L. Dunal (WS), an Indian plant commonly known as ashwagandha has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for the treatment of arthritis, tumors, tuberculosis, chronic liver diseases and for immune-modulatory effects. Main plant part of WS with pharmacological importance is basically rooted. Biological active compounds especially steroidal lactones (withanolides, withaferins), are thought to be responsible for much of its pharmacological activities. These are found effective against many types of cancer specially the most common cancers such as breast cancer, prostate cancer. The effects of WS extracts have been demonstrated in vitro on human cancer cell lines, and in vivo on mice, but still there have been no human trials and it is not brought in market to cure cancer patients. This article focuses on researches done using WS extracts and its bioactive compounds on most common types of cancer.
A Study of Teenage Pregnancies in Rural Area published in

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Pranay Gandhi, Sunita Sharma, Rahul Gite Background: Teenage pregnant girls are vulnerable sections of society. Aims and objectives: To study the socio-demographic characteristics and complications of the teenage pregnancies. Materials and methods: A cross sectional study was conducted in the service area under the PHC having an approximate population of 45000 with a duration of 6 months and a total of 412 registered pregnancies were studied. Results : The prevalence of teenage pregnancy in the study was found to be 19.9% with majority i.e. 59.75% Hindus, 43.9% illiterates and 56.1% belonging to lower socio-economic status. 48.78% belonged to joint family. 17.07% teenage mothers did some productive work. The prevalence of anemia was found to be 52.44% and pre-eclampsia 17.07%. 34.14% delivered a LBW baby. Conclusions: Nearly one fifth of pregnancies occur in teenage women, who have significantly higher rates of complications.
STUDY ON EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF TOON BRANDING published in

Journal of Management Research and Analysis

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Dr. Sweta Singh, Dr. Singh Pooja Dr. Satyaprakash Journal of Management Research and Analysis (JMRA) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a specialized academic medium and important reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research and practice in management research. JMRA carries theoretical and empirical papers, case studies, research notes, executive experience sharing and review articles, and it aims at disseminating new knowledge in the field of different domain areas of management, information technology and related disciplines. It provides a forum for deliberations and exchange of knowledge among academics, industries, researchers, planners and the practitioners who are concerned with the management, financial institutions, public and private organizations, as well as voluntary organizations. Our editorial policy is that the journal serves the profession by publishing significant new scholarly research in management discipline areas that are of the highest quality.
Novel Approach for Unitary Embedding for Data Hiding in Video published in

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Rajesh kumar, Ms. Pinky Ramchandra Shinde, Gopal Prajapati To enhance the security of messages sent more the world wide web steganography is used. In this research we propose a novel data hiding approach for high resolution video. In this work to provide appropriate protection on data all through transmission. Intended for the accuracy of the accurate message yield that mine from source we can utilize a tools for evaluation investigation can be completed. Its major benefit is that it is a method and its concern on video eminence or coding effectiveness is nearly insignificant. Our proposed technique particularly configurable, consequently it might consequence in high data competence. At last, effortlessly extended, consequential in enhanced robustness, recovered data security and elevated embedding capacity.
SHORT COMMUNICATION: ESTIMATION AND QUANTITATIVE PREDICTION OF PARTITION COEFFICIENT OF SOME BENZOGLYCOLAMIDE ESTERS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ansari Afaque Raza Mehboob*, Mourya Vishnukant, Gosavi Jairam Pramod, Mulla Saddamhusen Jahangir A major goal of Quantitative Structure Property Relationship (QSPR) studies is to find a mathematical relationship between the activity and property under investigation e.g. solubility, LogP, pKa, molar refraction, dipole moment etc. which are related to the structure of the molecule. In the present communication an attempt was made to apply the concept of QSPR in determining and correlating one of the physicochemical properties of some drug molecules belonging to Benzoyloxyacetamide esters with that of in-silico methods. The descriptor of partition coefficient i.e. LogP of eight compounds was experimentally determined and the correlation of LogP values was done with the values obtained from software programs. LogP values obtained from Hyperchem 5.0 were found to correlate the best with experimental values.
A Study of Effective Modern Marketing Methods & their Impact on Consumer published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jitendra Kumar Singh, Manvendra Singh, Amit Gupta, Rajesh Dubey Marketing, more than any other business function deals with customer. It revolves around the customer. Building relationship based on customer value and satisfaction is at the very heart of modern marketing. The pricing strategies adopted the promotional tools selected; the design, shape and size of the product and the place of sales etc. are all decided after finding out the lifestyle, culture, buying habits and media consumption habits etc, of all customers. Marketing links producers and consumers together for mutual benefits production will be meaningless if goods produced are not supplied to consumers through appropriate marketing mechanism. When we saw around us we find marketing in advertisements that fill our T.V. spice up our magazines, stuff our mailbox or enliven our web pages. At home, at school, where we play, and where we work. We came across the marketing in almost everything that we do. Behind it all is a massive network of people and activities competing for our attention and purchases.
Need of New Conservation Paradigm Due to Climate Change in the Age of Humans published in

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Dr. Renu Bala Singla In what is being called the Anthropocene epoch, the Age of Humans, we have become a force of nature. Humans have dramatically changed the speed, pathways, and components of the biogeochemical cycles of the Planet. Aquaculture, urbanization adds new habitats that pose novel challenges and opportunities to the survival of organisms and species. The undergoing changes of the biota that result from the environmental shifts affect the rate or speed of ecosystem functioning, but not the fundamental functioning of ecosystems. New paradigm for conservation in the Anthropocene could be applying adaptive conservation to all human activities. This notion is different from traditional conservation in that conservation principles are relevant to all human activities, not to protected areas only
Differential Variability and Stability of Cocoa Clones to Varied Rootstock ages of Patch Budding published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Adewale1, B. D., Nduka2, B. A., Adeigbe1, O. O. and Taiwo3 N. The probability that Cocoa genotypes may exhibit different physiological variation when used as scion on the same clonal rootstock of different ages had necessitated the present investigation. Rootstocks were raised from open-pollinated pods of F3Amazon for the ages of one, two and three months. Budwoods from five genotypes were patch budded on the common rootstock of different ages. Growth and development of the budded materials were monitored for four months. The seedling length, girth and the number of leaves per plant of the rootstock at the three ages differed significantly (P ? 0.001). The oldest seedling had the highest significant (P ? 0.05) mean of twelve leaves; 36cm seedling length and 0.51cm stem girth. After budding, DAH, FW and LA exhibited significant (P ? 0.01) genotypic variation. The three ages differed significantly (P ? 0.001) for FW. The only variable with significant (P ? 0.05) clone by age interaction was PDM. Broadsense heritability was quite low (< 23%) in FW, DW and PDM; however, DAS, DAH and LA had 59, 71 and 85% respectively. With respect to PDM, the five clones performed differently in response to the three ages of the root stock. Shukla stability variance and Wricke ecovalence agreed and uniformly identified CRINTc-2 to be most stable genotype across the three ages at budding. The PDM performance of other genotypes is rootstock-age specific. The understanding of the interaction of clones with different rootstock ages in the patch budding or grafting protocols may greatly enhance wider production of cocoa clones.
Design and Development of Inlet Manifold for Six Cylinder Engine for Truck Application published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Amit Kumar Gupta, Abhishek Mishra Current design manifold for one of the truck engine is having less plenum volume which is not suitable for air requirement of engine and hence result in reduced volumetric efficiency. To simplify the design & make the component in pressure die casting & to increase the yield also to qualify the engine noise, performance and durability requirement and to reduce the part cost new inlet manifold is designed and developed.
COMMUNICATION ETHICS IBN MISKAWAIH AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE SOLVING OF MORAL PROBLEMS IN INDONESIA published in

International Journal on Language, Research and Education Studies

Published by English Language Center, State Islamic University of North Sumatra
Muhammad Taufiq Harahap This research was in depth exploration of the concept of communication ethics and its relevance for the solving of the problems of Indonesian Moral formulated by IbnMiskawaih in his work The Tahdzib Al-Akhlak. In the study of communication science, these two things are interrelated. Communication ethics is an ethical standard for communicators and communicants in communication. From the topic above, there are several problems from the purpose of this study they are; knowing the views of IbnMiskawaih about ethics in terms of communication science perspective, knowing IbnMiskawaih's views on the ethics of verbal and non-verbal communication, knowing the view of IbnMiskawaih about the ethics of intrapersonal communication, Knowing IbnMiskawaih's views on the ethics of interpersonal communication, knowing IbnMiskawaih's view of the ethics of group communication, knowing IbnMiskawaih's view of the ethics of media communication, knowing IbnMiskawaih's view of the ethics of social communication, formulating the communication ethics of IbnMiskwaih and its Relevance for the solving of Moral problems in Indonesia. The research methodology was begun by putting the type of qualitative research with historical research and social research approaches to the study of excellent figures to explore the thoughts and views of a figure in the field. The figure intended here was IbnMaskawaih with descriptive method, which is a research procedure that produces the descriptive data in the form of written or oral words of the people and behave that can be observed directed at the background of individuals holistically that occurred in the past. The Tahdzib Al-Akhlak, the work of IbnMiskawaih contains and affirms communication ethics clearly and systematically. All the substance of the book was oriented to the communication ethics. The IbnMiskwaih writing has laid the verbal and nonverbal communication, intra-personal communication, interpersonal communication, group communication and also mass communication. In the context of the solving of morality problems in Indonesia, the communication ethics written by Ibn Miskawaih in The Tahdzib Al-Akhlak was also became a strategic solution to be applied, moreover Indonesia is in the condition of multi dimensional moral degradation. The Tahdzib Al-Akhlak by Ibnmiskwaih contains thoughts and moral teachings that were based on the noble moral values, collaboration between the study of theoretical philosophy and practical guidance, where the segment of education and teaching were more prominent. So in this context, IbnMiskwaih communicated various thoughts as a solution approach. Firstly, moral degradation was changed through the education. Secondly, the importance of education for children and adults. Thirdly, a fair leader in order to prevent the nation's moral degradation due to the role of a just leader is needed. Fourthly, the government's attention to the society became as the father's relationship with his son. Fifthly, choose a good friend as an effort to prevent the moral degradation. Sixthly, social virtue was also an important step in the solution of nation degradation. Seventhly, maintain mental health. This step was also quite strategic in solving the nation's degradation. At least internally there is an attempt to prevent the soul from becoming healthy and not easily contaminated with bad behaviors that can cause moral degradation in congregation.
Effect of garlic chutney on hypertensive subjects published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
FAROOQUI HAFFEZ FARZANA AND NUZHAT FATIMA The study was undertaken to assess the effect of garlic chutney on hypertensive subjects. Garlic contains allicin, which is sulphur containing substance that may have hypertensive reducing properties. A sample of 60 hypertensive subjects was selected purposively. Their information regarding socio-economic status and health status was collected through questionnaire. They were divided into two groups, experimental and control, 30 in each group. The blood pressure reading was taken initially for all the 60 people. The prepared accepted garlic chutney was given to 30 subjects of experimental group for 60 days. The reading of systolic and diastolic blood pressure at 0, 15, 30, 45 and 60 days was recorded for both the groups. The collected data were analyzed statistically and it was concluded that consumption of 0.45 g of dried garlic powder for 60 days has the positive effect on hypertensive subjects for systolic and diastolic blood pressure reading.
ISOLATION AND BIOACTIVITIES OF CYNODON DACTYLON : A CASE STUDY published in

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Mrs B. Geetha Medicinal plants are a source of a very rich botanical wealth. A large number of diverse types of plants grow in different parts of India. Mainly in developing countries herbal medicine is still the mainstay of about 75-80% of the whole population, for primary health care, better cultural acceptability, better compatibility with the human body and fewer side effects. Cynodon dactylon (Linn.) Pers. commonly known as durva of Poaceae family is a perennial creeping herb found almost all over India. It has many pharmacological activities such as diuretic, anti diabetic, anti microbial and wound heeling and many constituents like ?-sitosteral, ergonosinine. A complete understanding of medicinal plants involves a number of disciplines including commerce, genetics, quality control and pharmacology. A large portion of the Indian population even today depends on the Indian system of medicine Ayurveda, an ancient science of life. The well known treatises in Ayurveda are charka samhita and Sushrutha samhita. A pharmacist is able to do chromatography and other procedures necessary for the identification and determination of purity in addition to the study of macroscopically and histological characters of the dried plant. An anticancer drug paclitaxel from taxus bronifolia emerged up to the clinical trial stage with help of this method. Cynodon dactylon is commonly available grass with more medicinal uses. Five different phyto constituents were isolated from crude methanolic extract by column chromatography using ethyl acetate (0-20): n-hexane (100-80) solvent system, the Rf values of the isolated components are 0.86, 0.58, 0.48, 0.34, 0.26 respectively. These are identified and confirmed with HPTLC and TLC analysis. It can be noticed that the better anti ulcer activity in leaf extract of Cynodon dactylon than stolon extract. The methanolic extract of Bermuda grass does not show action for CNS stimulant. The remaining isolation of other constituents was going to be performed. The ulcer induced stomach tissues are allowed for histopathological studies and diuretic activity to be performed.
TANZİMAT SONRASINDA YAKOVA/DJAKOVA AFTER THE TANZIMAT published in

Studies of the Ottoman Domain

Published by Mehmet Yavuz ERLER
Mucize ÜNLÜ Djakova that is expressed as Gjakovë in Albanian, Dakovica in Serbian came under the Ottoman domination in 1455. Although its statue was rural during the 15th and 16th centuries it developed in time and became a sub-district. During the Tanzimat era, the sub-district was governed as the district of Skopje province and Prizren vilayet until the formation of Kosovo province it was attach to there and maintained this statue during the Ottoman government. Djakova which is on the west side of the province located at a fragile position. There is a tribal structure and a poor education system in Djakova largely affected from the security problems of Macedonia in the second half of the 19th century. In this paper the circumstance of Djakova after the Tanzimat and the effects of the regional developments on this sub-district will be discussed. Keywords: Key Words: Djakova, Ottoman Empire, Reform, Public Order, Tribal Structure, Taxation, Riot.
HYDRO BIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON NEBUHA DAM OF SIDHI DISTRICT (M.P.) published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Vinita R. Kashyap The water quality has become a major concern due to over increasing human development activities that over exploits and pollute the water resources. Present investigations were carried out on the limnological aspects of Nebuha dam in Sidhi district (M.P.). Many of the parameters were found below the permissible limits for drinking water as suggested by WHO. A total of 11 parameters were analyzed and their seasonal variations in the year 2014-2015 were discussed.
DEVELOPMENT OF SOLAR PV BATTERY CHARGER WITH BUCK CONVERTR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vaibhav A. Sansare*1 , Nikhil N. Kasar2 , Jayant J. Mane3 and Asha Gaikwad4 This paper presents the design configuration with the least components to realize highly efficient solar energy battery charger with PWM based voltage controlled buck converter. PWM power converter is designed to use the power MOSFET as a switching switch and be operated in a switching on and switching off model to control the power MOSFET duty cycle to achieve the buck/boost topology. PWM power converters enhance the low efficiency shortcoming of the conventionally adopted linear power converter with increasing converter switching frequency. In proposed method, a change in solar energy input is considered and control loop of converter is then designed in a way that output is constant
ASSAULT OF RISKS IN MULTI STOREY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Radhakrishnan*, Dr K G Selvan The Construction Industry is rapidly reviving after the jolt of demonetisation. The builders have understood the RERA and the benefits of same to both themselves and also to the buyers. The increased income levels, rise in the movement of people from rural areas to urban areas for employment purposes, easy availability of long term institutional finance, increased rentals in city forcing people to sacrifice their other comforts for purchase of an apartment, growing economic development and Government’s initiative on House for All and many other reasons contribute to the excellent construction activities, particularly in the City and the outskirts of same.
Modelling The Queue At The Scan Station of Tema Port: An Application of Queuing Theory published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Acheampong, R. Opoku-Sarkodie The long hours spent in queues by imported consignment of goods waiting to be scanned causes congestion at the Tema Port. This study was conducted to find ways of reducing the time spent in queues by imported consignment of goods at the Tema Port. The main objective of this study was to minimize the time spent in queues by imported consignment of goods designated for the two scanners (Scanco and Nick-TC) for examination at the Tema Port. The study employed the technique of queuing theory for the analysis. We found that, the Scanco scanner had a faster service rate than the Nick-TC scanner when both were considered under the M/M/1 model where the two scanners served two independent queues. However, under the M/M/2 model where the two independent parallel scanners served one queue of designated consignments, the number of consignments (mean system size) in the queuing system reduced to 8.3984 per hour with an average waiting time of 0.5339 hours. Based on the findings, the following policy recommendations were made: The Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, and the Government of Ghana must formulate policies to permit the two current existing scanners to serve only one single queue in order to ease the congestion caused by long hours of waiting in a queue.
A REVIEW OF SELF HELP GROUPS: ISSUE AND CHALLENGES IN INDIA. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Anoop Dixit *, Dr. S. K. Sharma Basic purpose of this study is to review the challenges and issues faced by SHGs in India. It was found that SHG’s facilitated the members to become self dependent for solving their social & economic problems and enhances the social status of members by virtue of their being members to the group. Self help groups are small informal association of the poor created at the grass root level for the purpose of enabling members to reap economic benefits out of mutual help solidarity and joint responsibility. Self help groups are formed voluntarily by the rural and urban poor to save and contribute to a common fund to be lent to be lent to its members as per group decision and for working together for social and economic uplift of their families and community. The SHGs, being a group of like- minded persons, get empowered to solve most of its problems of a non-financial nature such as a row material and input supply marketing, better adopting the technology, education and training for realization of its objectives for development. Thus, self help groups disburse microcredit to the rural women for the purpose of making them enterprising women and encouraging them to inter into entrepreneurial activities. Credit needs of the rural and urban poor women are fulfilled totally thought the SHGs. SHGs enhance equality of status of women as participation, decision-makers and beneficiaries in the democratic, economic, social and cultural spheres of life.
Vertical Rectangular Ring Slot Loaded Proximity Coupled Equilateral Triangular Microstrip Antenna for Wireless Applications published in

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Mahesh C P, P M Hadalgi A generalized method is presented to determine vertical rectangular ring shaped slot loaded proximity coupled equilateral triangular microstrip antenna for quad band operation. The quad band frequency points are achieved at 2.84 to 8.57 GHz. Effect of slot implemented on the patch is evaluated experimentally for enhancing much better bandwidth with reference to conventional microstrip antenna. The various parameters are measured and practical results are presented and discussed. The proposed antennas may find applications for IMT, WIFI IEEE802.11 and radar systems.
Human Resource Information Systems (Hris) - Role and Significance in Todays Global Business Competitiveness published in

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Sanjeev Kumar,Dr. K. Mishra The present paper focuses on the role and significance of HRIS towards global business competitiveness. The paper will also emphasize the need, components, benefits and functions of HRIS. Human resource information system (HRIS) is not new concept but it is convalescing day by day with altering environment. Its foremost role is in human resource planning (HRP) which itself a crucial activity in any global organization. Various authors have advocated that the use of a Human Resource Information System (HRIS) should escort to helpful outcomes for the organization. Decreased costs, improved communication, and decreases in time spent on routine activities should create an environment where in the Human Resources (HR) department would play a more strategic role in the organization. Promising hyper-competitive age in the last few decades has increased the need of information system and technology in human resource management for competitiveness. The insurrection in information technology is completely and rapidly redefining the way things are done in nearly every field of human activity. Human resources and information technology are two essentials that many firms are looking to utilize them as strategic weapons to compete. Human resource technology or human resource information system builds an interface between human resource management and information technology. There has been a considerable increase in the number of organizations gathering, storing and analyzing information regarding their human resources through the use of human resource information system. HRIS has become a vital aspect in making business competitive and effective.
ELECTROCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF CORROSION BEHAVIOR OF AL6061- SIC / GRAPHITE COMPOSITE IN VARIOUS MEDIUM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Saifulla Khan1 , Dr.K.G.Manjunatha Silicon carbide particulate – reinforced Al6061 matrix alloy possess a unique combination of high specific strength, high elastic modulus, good wear resistance and good thermal stability than the corresponding nonreinforced matrix alloy system. They are used in aerospace, automobile and marine industries because of their increased corrosion resistance. In the present investigation, the corrosive behavior of Al6061-SiC particulate composites prepared by liquid metallurgy has been studied in acid chloride, acid sulphate and neutral chloride medium. Samples were prepared by taking different percentage of SiC and casted by liquid metallurgy and samples were prepared as per ASTM standard. In this paper the corrosion characteristics of as casted Al 6061/ SiC composites were experimentally assessed using Tafel extrapolation technique and A.C. Impedance or electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) technique. Polarization studies indicates an increase in corrosion resistance in composites compared to the metal matrix alloy. Tafel extrapolation technique and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy were in good agreement. It is observed that corrosion rate is more in acid chloride and acid sulphate media than in neutral chloride media. Further polarization curves indicates that corrosion rate decreases with the increase in the reinforcement content of the composite in as casted Al6061 composite. EIS study reveals that the polarization resistance (Rp) increase with increase in SiC content in composites, thus improved corrosion resistance in composites.
Effect of Welding Speed on Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir Welded Copper published in

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L. Suvarna Raju, Dr. Adepu Kumar and Dr. P. Indreswaraiah Fusion welding of copper and its alloys tends to degrade the mechanical strength at the weld joint area due to high thermal diffusivity and high melting point. Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is an excellent alternative for joining of these materials against fusion joining. FSW is an emerging solid state joining process in which the material that is being welded does not melt and recast. This process uses a non-consumable tool to generate frictional heat in the abutting surfaces. The main objective of this investigation is to use FSW for joining of 3 mm thick copper sheet using taper cylindrical tool pin profile. The defect free welds were obtained at a tool rotational speed of 900 rpm and traverse speed of 25, 31.5 and 40 mm/min respectively. Mechanical and microstructure analysis has been performed to evaluate the characteristics of friction stir welded copper. From the investigation it is found that the joints fabricated at a traverse speed of 40mm/min resulted in better mechanical properties compared to other traverse speeds. The tensile properties of all weld joints showed a relative correspondence to the variation of the hardness in the weld zone. The observed results were correlated with the microstructure and fracture features.
Drug Utilization Pattern in Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in ENT Outpatient Department of Tertiary Care Hospital published in

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Sanjeeva Kumar Goud .Thandu, Rakesh Kumar, Vithal G. Patil, Darshana Dighe, Lalan H. N., Amarendra.singh BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to evaluate the drug utilization pattern in Upper Respiratory tract infections in outpatient Department of Otolaryngology in a tertiary care teaching hospital. METHODS: This was an observational study conducted at the M.G.M. medical college and hospital, Navi Mumbai for a period of 6 months. RESULTS: In 200 URTI patients, 132 were male and 68 were female. The total numbers of drugs prescribed were 710. The average number of drugs per prescription was 3.55. Total no. of antibiotics prescribed were 194(27.32%). Out of the total drugs, most commonly prescribed drug was xylometazoline 16.33%. 69.85% drugs were prescribed as FDC. Drugs prescribed by brand name were 100%. The average cost per prescription was Rs.115. CONCLUSION: The present study shows the most commonly used drug was combination of Paracetamol+Anhydrase caffine+ Phenylepherine+ Chlorpheneramine Maleate, Nasal decongestant, Antihistamines. Frequent use of FDC and prescriptions by brand name are matters of concern.
Echo Study in CKD Patient on Heamodialysis published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Hemin Sahu | Hulsi Sahu | Atul Verma Changes in cardiac structure and function detected by echocardiography are common in patients with chronic kidney disease undergoing hemodialysis, and have been recognized as key outcome predictors. This review attempts to summarize recent evidence pointing to the usefulness of the method in the detection of clinical and subclinical cardiac dysfunction, stratification of cardiovascular risk and assessment of intervention strategies. Hemin Sahu | Hulsi Sahu | Atul Verma"Echo Study in CKD Patient on Heamodialysis" 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/ijtsrd14556.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/14556/echo-study-in-ckd-patient-on-heamodialysis/hemin-sahu
Yield, yield parameters and economics of hybrid pigeonpea (cv. Icph-2671) as influenced by planting methods and geometry published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C. MALLIKARJUN, U.K. HULIHALLI* AND SHANTVEERAYYA A field experiment was conducted at Agricultural Research Station, Annigeri (district Dharwad) during Kharif, 2011 to evaluate the performance of the planting methods and geometry of recently released pigeonpea hybrid ICPH-2671. The results revealed that the transplanted hybrid pigeonpea recorded significantly higher seed yield (1899 kg ha-1) and net returns (Rs. 36,005 ha-1) as compared to dibbled hybrid pigeonpea (1376 kg ha-1, Rs. 23,531 ha-1, respectively).
Effect of carbonation on physical and chemical attributes of lime juice published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.A. LANDE Citrus fruits like sweet limes, lemon, oranges and limes are rich sources of vitamin C and they contains flavonoids which act as antioxidant. However, indoles found in citrus fruits protect against cancers. The beverage industry is the largest outlet for fruits juice and concentrates absorbing over 80 per cent of fruit production in India. More over 60 per cent of the fruit produced are used in fruit based beverages such as fruit juice drinks, squashes cardials, punches etc. The fresh fruit juice is best in taste, aroma and colour. Therefore, in fruit juice industry, it is necessary to use such methods those would help to retain their properties up to maximum extent. In view of this, in the present study attempts have been made to standardize preparation of lime juice beverage, its palatability, acceptability and storability. The lime juice prepared by using 140 ppm potassium metabisulphate with carbonation at 80 psi pressure was found superior in respect of retention of all quality attributes like colour, test, texture and flavour and was found acceptable upto 90 days of storage over the non-carbonated lime juice prepared by using 40 ppm potassium metabisulphate. The lime juice having the highest ascorbic acid contained the longest storability upto 90 days and better sensory qualities. However, further decreases in ascorbic acid content indicated the acceptable storability upto 75 days of storage
Performance Assessment of Color Spaces in Multimodal Biometric Identification with Iris and Palmprint using Thepades Sorted Ternary Block Truncation Coding published in

IJICAR - International Journal of Integrated Computer Applications & Research

Published by Research Promoters Pvt. Ltd.
Rupali K. Bhondave, Sudeep D. Thepade, Rejo Mathews Biometrics refers to the automatic identification of an individual based on his/her physiological and behavioral traits. Multimodal person authentication system is more effective and more challenging. The fusion of multiple biometric traits helps to minimize the system error rate. Here Iris and Palmprint fusion at Matching Score level is performed. The feature extraction in spatial domain using Thepades sorted ternary block truncation coding (TSTBTC) using level 2 is taken here to reduce the feature vector size of biometric traits. Iris and Palmprint are together taken here to improve accuracy in terms of genuine acceptance ratio (GAR) in Multimodal Biometric identification. The test beds of 60 pairs of Iris and Palmprint samples of 10 person (6 per person of iris as well as Palmprint) are used as test bed for experimentation. In this Paper different color spaces are considered on iris images for improvement in genuine acceptance ratio (GAR). Experimental results consider different matching score proportion of Iris: Palmprint. Using propose techniques with Iris: Palmprint Score 1:3 using TSTBTC Level2 given better performance as indicated by higher GAR values than all other considers scores. RGB color spaces for multimodal fusion of iris: palmprint gives high GAR than all other color spaces like YCgCb, YIQ, YCbCr, YIQ, and KLUV.
Quantitative Analysis Ageing Status of Insulation of High Voltage Motors by Polarization – Depolarization Current Measurements published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Tapan M Rami and Dipak Mehta Polarization and depolarization current (PDC) technique is an effective tool to assess the condition of insulation system in high voltage motors So far the PDC behaviors of insulation have been widely investigated. This Paper presents the assessment of insulation systems for high voltage induction motor through measurement of polarization depolarization current or charging and discharging current. However, with the increasing number of Motors choosing insulation , it is important to investigate the PDC characteristics of insulation to see whether the PDC technique can also be used to assess the condition of new insulation system using PDC accurately It is considered that the insulation systems are having different types and conditions of insulation aging. It demonstrates that the insulation resistance (IR) and polarization index (PI) can’t be used individually to judge insulation dryness and the combination of insulation resistance and PI. PDC analysis is better technique of insulation quality assessment than the insulation resistance alone. The PDC analysis is non destructive dielectric testing method for determining the conductivity and moisture content of insulation materials in high voltage motors. On the basis of this analysis, it is possible to take further actions like overhauling, drying process, and replacement of the winding of the motor. This paper also presents a description of PDC analysis technique with the practically and theoretical background and some results of PDC measurements on High voltage motor duration from 0–600 days.
Performance and Emission Characteristics of Neem (Azadiracta Indica) Biodiesel in A Diesel Engine published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sriramajayam, S. A 3.7 kW diesel engine was fuelled with diesel and neem biodiesel blends and its performance and emission characteristics were studied. The parameters such as specific fuel consumption (SFC), brake thermal efficiency (BTE) and exhaust emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and oxygen were measured and compared with diesel. With 100% biodiesel, the SFC was 352, 323 and 299 g/kWh at 1.5, 2.0 and 2.5 kW load conditions. The increase in BTE of engine with neem biodiesel blends (B20 to B80) ranged from 0.16 to 2.3% higher than diesel fuel. The exhaust gas temperature increased with increase in loads and quantity of biodiesel in its blends. The CO2 emission from 100% biodiesel was slightly higher than that of diesel. The CO reduction and increase in NOx emission by biodiesel were 14 to 16% and 18 to 28% respectively as compared to diesel at tested load conditions.
Modified Shape Context for Signature Verification of Automated Cheque Authentication System? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sangeeta Girish Narkhede, Prof. Dinesh D. Patil? Every person has a unique signature hence it is considered as one of the biometrics for the purpose of authentication. Signature is an indivisible part of any bank cheque but it can be copied by skill or by mere observation. To avoid such frauds many techniques have been found till date. Research here includes shape contexts for authentication of signature on bank cheque. Shape Contexts are mostly used to verify whether 2 shapes are similar or not. Existing work on shape context requires transformation for shape alignment but this research eliminates this extra work. This paper presents a modified version of shape context for signature verification on bank cheque using K-Nearest Neighbour classifier. Proposed system also demonstrates effective performance when compared with other pattern matching technique Local Binary Pattern.
TO PERFORM THE 16 ORDER SUB-BAND ADAPTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION USING LMS & RLS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anita*1 & Sandeep Soni Noise is the form of unwanted signal which attenuate the flow of information signal. So some techniques are used to avoid noise. Noise cancellation technology is aimed at reducing unwanted ambient sound. Adaptive filtering plays an important role in the field of signal processing and has various applications in fields of speech processing & communications. In signal processing, the function of a filter is to remove unwanted parts of the signal, such as random noise, or to extract useful parts of the signal, such as the components lying within a certain frequency range. In the process of transmission of information from the source to receiver side, noise from the surroundings automatically gets added to the signal. This acoustic noise picked up by microphone is undesirable, as it reduces the perceived quality or intelligibility of the audio signal. The problem of effective removal or reduction of noise is an active area of research
QUALITY OF IMPORTED HONEYS MARKETED IN ALGERIA published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
L. Haderbache, A. Mohammedi Honey is mostly used for therapeutic purposes, thats why its quality must be closely monitored. This study focuses on the controle of 40 imported honeys coming from 13 countries (2004 2011). We revealed that they do not always have the required quality to be consumed as such. In addition to the labeling and organoleptic problems, often they contains too much moisture (?18%); 70 % of these samples had an average HMF of 78 mg/kg and a pH less than 3.5, indicating an advanced aging and inapropriate thermal past. Pollen analysis and electrical conductivity was used to confirm presumed origins, and proline rate reveals some inverted sugar fraud. We aim by this work to catch consumers and local authorities attention in order to strengthen honey control. It is about everyone's health, and it concerns the prosperity of the national beekeeping which faces unfair competition.
FUZZY SETS IN INVESTMENT PROJECTS RISK ESTIMATION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anatoly Aleksandrovich Naumov; Sapargali Utepovich Zhanatauov The paper discusses the approaches to the problems of investment projects risk analysis using the uncertainty in the knowledge of the membership function of the fuzzy sets.
Factors Affecting The Buying Behaviour and Buying Preferences of Individual House Owners published in

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Dr. N. Kathirvel, P.VIMALAGRACY Real estate prices in The City Beautiful Coimbatore have been shooting up to the extent that it is near impossible for salaried class to buy a home in Coimbatore. Major reasons for such unprecedented increase in prices are high demand and low supply. Reason being, expansion is on the outskirts of the Coimbatore. The research problem has been identified as Identifying Key Factors Affecting Construction Decision of individual houses. Objectives of the study, To Identify Factors Affecting the Buying Behaviour and Buying Preferences of Individual House Owners. The collected data was analyzed with the help of SPSS16. Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) was used to identify the various factors from the list of variables. Inferential statistics like ANOVA and t-test were also used to see the effect of demographics on importance given to various factors. Important suggestion of this study, Marketers should prominently communicate features of their projects based on identified factors. Factors like Proximity and Recreational & Leisure seem to be secondary. However, may be highlighted depending upon the segment of consumers or individual house owners. Conclude this study, When, it comes to the offering of product to the prospective buyer marketers should focus on these identified factors according to the order of preference as found in the study.
Hybrid Technique for Detection of Denial of Service (DOS) Attack in Wireless Sensor Network published in

International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications (IJANA)

Published by Eswar Publications
S.Sumitha Pandit, Dr.B.Kalpana Wireless Sensor Network (WSNs) are deployed at aggressive environments which are vulnerable to various security attacks such as Wormholes, Denial of Attacks and Sybil Attacks. There are various intrusion detection techniques that are used to identify attacks in a network with high accuracy level. This paper has focused on Denial of Service attack, since it is the most common attack that affects the environment severely. Therefore a new hybrid technique combining Hidden Markov Model with Ant Colony Optimization (HMM+ACO) has been proposed that gives improved performance than the other techniques.
Preservation of Sapota (Manilkara zapota) by Edible Aloe Vera Gel Coating to Maintain its Quality published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N.Padmaja, N.Padmaja Over ripening of Sapota (Manilkara zapota) fruits at the post harvest stage usually results in a dramatic decline in quality. Aloe vera gel which has been known for its therapeutic, antibacterial and antifungal properties is used as an edible coating to prolong the storage life of tropical and sub tropical fruits, which would be an innovative and interesting means for commercial application as a means of preservation. An attempt has been made to optimize the post harvest dip treatment for shelf life extension maintaining and organo leptic characteristics of Sapota. Aloe vera gel coating of 1:2, 7 minutes and packaged in LDPE film has extended the storage life of Sapota to 20 days at 15 2o c by maintaining initial characteristics of fruits while the untreated Sapota lost its quality attributes after 10 days.
Efficacy and Role of Local Injection of Platelet Rich Plasma and Local Corticosteroid Injection in the Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis published in

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Dr. Mohit Gupta, Dr. Chintamani Latkar, Dr. Sanjay Patil Objective: To compare the efficacy and role of local corticosteroid injection and local injection of platelet rich plasma in the treatment of plantar fasciitis. Method: This article reports on prospective review of patients who had plantar fasciitis and were treated with PRP & corticosteroid. 60 patients were enrolled in this study of which 30 were given local PRP and other 30 were given corticosteroid and were followed at an interval of 2weeks, 4weeks, 6weeks and 3monthsof intervention for response of pain by Visual Analogue Scale Results: The mean age among Group A was 42.13 8.38 as compared to 42.03 13.01 years of Group B. The difference between Visual Analogue Scale score for pain between two groups at 6 weeks (p=0.02) and 3 months (p=0.02) was found statistically significant. Conclusion: Local injection of platelet rich plasma has effective role over local corticosteroid injection in the treatment of plantar fasciitis
PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS A AND E IN ACUTE VIRAL HEPATITIS PATIENTS ATTENDING A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN SOUTH INDIA published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Raja Mukherjee1*, Dr. Saswati Chattopadhyay2, Prof. Dr. P. Sreelatha3, Dr. Kalidas Rit4, Dr. Tapajyoti Mukherjee5, Dr. Surya Jyati Chaudhuri6 Background and Objectives: Worldwide, viral hepatitis causes substantial morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries. Hepatitis A & E viruses, important causes of acute viral hepatitis, are transmitted by the fecal-oral route. Poor personal hygiene and inappropriate sanitary conditions favours their spread. The study aimed to assess the prevalence of both the viral infections in patients of acute viral hepatitis. Materials and Methods: Blood from 88 acute hepatitis cases of both sexes and of all age groups were collected from April 2011 to March, 2012. The serum was separated from the blood samples and IgM ELISA was conducted on them. Results and Conclusion: - 21 cases (24%) were sero-positive for Anti-HAV and 4 (5%) for Anti HEV. Males had higher prevalence (27.27%) of HAV infection while females (5.45 %) of HEV. More no. of cases was in the months of July- August. Thus sanitation and poor living standard play an important role in hepatitis A and E transmission.
Green Consumerism and Ethics in Green Marketing published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.P.S.VIJAYA LAKSHMI Successful marketing is the crux of any business and more so in modern times wherein there are acute competitors. Green marketing has become inevitable as resources are scarce against unlimited human wants. Hence the means are to be used in judicious manner for the present and future generations. In this respect, Green marketing assumes prime importance. Green marketing is the process of developing products and services and promoting them to satisfy the customers who prefer products of good quality, performance and convenience at affordable cost, which at the same time do not have a detrimental impact on the environment. It includes a broad range of activities like product modification, changing the production process, modified advertising, and change in packaging that aimed at reducing the detrimental impact of products and their consumption and disposal on the environment. Companies all over the world are striving to reduce the impact of products and services on the climate and other environmental parameters. Determinants of Green Marketing are Setting Green Objectives; Demonstrate Social Responsibility; Comply with the legislation; Respond to competitive initiatives; Provide accurate environmental information; Identify products with green characteristics; Focus product development on sustainability; Set realistic prices; Eliminate unnecessary packaging; Practice greener distribution; Promote green credentials efficiently; and make it easy for customers to be green. Green marketing takes into account the wider relationship of the organization and its products to the surroundings. It is about a more aware, open, targeted and sensitive approach that integrates the strategic link between the company, the environment and marketing, rather than being primarily concerned with tactical communication opportunities for profit alone. The prime emphasis is on, developing relationships and satisfying separate stakeholder needs in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. The key stakeholders are customers, investors, the parent company, directors, employees, the community, legislators, pressure groups, supplier, and the media. This paper attempts to shed the light on the new concepts namely green marketing and green consumerism. The green consumerism fixes responsibility on producers for producing environmental-friendly goods so that the environment will be preserved for the future generations too. It also deals with determinants of and ethical issues, involved in green marketing.
The Obligations of the Parties in Surrogacy Contract published in

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EFFECT OF PARTOGRAM TRAINING PROGRAM ON VILLAGE MIDWIVES KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS FOR NORMAL AND ABNORMAL LABOUR published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Amira Elnour Eltayeb Elbashir1* and Tag Elsir Mohamed Ali2 Background: Prolonged labor is a leading cause of maternal land newborns mortalities in the developing world. Skilled management of labour using appropriate tools such as Partogram is a key to the appropriate prevention and treatment of prolonged labour and its complications. Objective: This study was designed to evaluate the effect of Partogram Training Program (PTP) on village midwives' knowledge and skills, for normal and abnormal labour. Methods: A Quazi-experimental non-equivalent design (non-randomized control trial) was carried out in 7health facilities at Khartoum State ,from August to December 2012 among 220 selected village midwives (109 village midwives in intervention group and 111 in control group). A structured designed questionnaire was used to measure knowledge and a World Health Organization modified Partogram was used to assess skills regarding Partograms components prior to and at the completion of the study. Results: The preliminary investigations showed similar results and no significance difference in all study variables between the two groups. The total mean of knowledges score in post-test intervention group was significantly improved compared with the control group (13.453.92 vs. 7. 952.76;p<0.001).The total mean of skills score of identifying the components of Partogram of VMWs was remarkably improved among intervention group compared to the controls (5.41.03 vs. 0.450.45; P<0.001). Conclusion: This study concludes that, Partogram Training Programsignificantly improved knowledge and skills of participated village midwives and improved their ability to detect labors abnormalities.
Quantitative and qualitative enhancement in guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. CHITTIDAR through foliar feeding published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAKESH KUMAR, RAJESH TIWARI* AND B.R. KUMAWAT The present experiment was conducted at the Department of Fruit Science, K.N.K. College of Horticulture, Mandsaur (M.P.) on six years old guava tree cv. Chittidar during 2011-2012. On the basis of results obtained in present investigation it is concluded that foliar spray of ZnSO4 0.8% + borax 0.4% + NAA 50 ppm + GA3 100 ppm was found best to increase fruit set, fruit retention, volume of fruit, pulp thickness, pulp weight, pulp per cent, length and diameter of fruit at harvest, average fruit weight, and reduced the seed per cent and seed pulp ratio which ultimately increased the yield per tree. Various quality parameters total sugars, reducing sugars, non reducing sugars, TSS, zinc and iron content in fruit pulp were also improved with application of ZnSO4 0.8% + borax 0.4% + NAA 50 ppm + GA3 100 ppm. Same treatment also recorded reduced fruit drop, minimum number of seeds per fruit, maximum TSS/acid ratio and minimum acidity per cent of fruit
The Application of Concept of Marketing and Social Resondiblity published in

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Dr. Fikrikabashi This study investigates the importance that the Saudi Telecommunications Company(STC) attaches to social responsibility through adopting an ambitious programmers that focuses on undertaking national and social responsibility towards the staff and further on towards community development by means of concentrating on some of the urgent issues in the Saudi society such as those relating to health, education ,capacity building ,and tourism. Hence this study, which attempts to answer the following questions: Does STC propose any new original ideas in social work as to responsibility? In addition, there are some other activities conducted by STC in service of the Saudi society: STC has sponsored and convened several social support programmes such as those relating to the disabled people. In conclusion, the study shows that STC has proved to be of great help in this field by injecting new ideas and concepts of social work that is characterized by creativity and originality in social responsibility. This is reflected in such programmes that aim at developing tourism in KSA, the support of all activities and festivals such as those for horsemanship and races, besides celebrating and honouring a number of Saudi Sheikhs, sponsoring scientific symposiums and exhibitions, and many other social and cultural activities such as the Research Day, the Mathematics Olympiad Contest and the second educational meeting on Hyperactivity and Distracted Attention.STC has also supported a number of activities such as How to Become an Inventor and Arab Voluntary Campaign that originated in the Eastern Region of KSA. It has of late facilitated visits to prison inmates ,connecting them with their relatives through modern communication facilities, via sound and picture, for those relatives who cannot go and see them there.
THE ROLE OF PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL ACTIVITY OF YOUTH published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Olga Sergeyevna Koltsova The sharp reduction in the number of non-school establishments, sports facilities, etc. leads to the fact that most adolescents and youth are not included in the system of organized forms of leisure that is perceived mostly youth as the main sphere of activity.
Status of Biodiversity of Sariska tiger resreve in Aravallis with emphasis on uncommon plants published in

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Anil Kumar Dular The Sariska tiger reseve in Aravallis has its own importance and specific characteristics endowed with unique biodiversity. In the present study an attempt has been made to ascertain the current status of the uncommon plant species in different parts of all possible study area. Attention is focused on one of the important reserve forest of state of Rajasthan with pace of their endemism and facing number of challenges in this reserve. In present study emphasize on taxonomic richness; within each taxon; the communities, and landscape occupied, out of which number of species are not so common by their occurrence, distribution and abundance in this reserve was observed. Several studies so far conducted in Aravallis like Nair and Nathawath1957, Mathur and Saxena1968, Dennis etal1977, Sharma 1978, 1983, Parmar1985, Rogers1988, 1990, 1991, Mathur1991, Khan1995, Singh 1999.which supported checklist of plant diversity in this natural reserve besides this in other region studies like Zuidema etal.1996, Phillips1997 and Joshi etal2000 throw the light of such cause condition relationship in depletion of several species progressively by anthropogenic factors.
درجة استخدام المشرفين التربويين لاستراتيجيات إدارة الصراع في مديريات التربية والتعليم في محافظات شمال فلسطين من وجهة نظر المشرفين التربويين published in

Al-Quds Open University Journal for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
أ. د. عبد الكريم القاسم هدفت الدراسة التعرف إلى درجة استخدام المشرفين التربويين لاستراتيجيات إدارة الصراع في مديريات التربية والتعليم في محافظات شمال فلسطين من وجهة نظر المشرفين التربويين، ويتكون مجتمع الدراسة من (242) مشرفاً ومشرفة، في حين بلغت عينة الدراسة (155) مشرفاً ومشرفة، ولأغراض الدراسة قام الباحث ببناء استبانة مكونة من (36) فقرة موزعة على ست استراتيجيات هي: استراتيجية التعاون للتعامل مع الصراع التنظيمي، واستراتيجية التسوية، واستراتيجية الإحالة لمستوى أعلى، واستراتيجية المجاملة، واستراتيجية التجنب، واستراتيجية استخدام السلطة للتعامل مع الصراع التنظيمي، كما أجريت لها معاملات الصدق والثبات، فقد تراوح معامل الثبات للاستراتيجيات ما بين (0.38 – 0.87)، وبلغ معامل ثبات الاستبانة الكلي (0.83) وهو معامل ثبات عالٍ يفي بأغراض الدراسة.
PERCEPTIONS REGARDING THE INTEGRATED HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY COURSE AMONG UNDERGRADUATE PHARMACY STUDENTS published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Joan Bryant* 1 , Manjunatha Goud BK 2 , Anand Srinivasan 3 and Vijayalakshmi SB Human Anatomy and Physiology is an important core component for all allied healthcare professional education. At our university, we offer an integrated Human Anatomy and Physiology course (HAP) to the first year Pharmacy students. The main objective of this study was to ascertain and compare Pharmacy undergraduate students’ opinions and attitudes towards the integrated course of human anatomy and physiology. A pre - validate d questionnaire was given to students of first year pharmacy at the end of their course and the data was analyzed using appropriate statistical tools. The students perceived both the subjects equally and majority felt that both these subjects, although dif ficult, were important to their future. The students were of the opinion that overall the teaching methodologies and assessment tools used were fair, useful and valid . This feedback about the student perceptions could be valuable to guide us to a better de signing of the curriculum and in faculty development and training in pedagogical approaches.
SERUM MALONDIALDEHYDE, VITAMIN-CSTATUS IN ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Balu Mahendran.K, *Santhosh Kumar.N, Kalaivanam K.N, R.Bheemasen Alcoholic liver disease (ALD) is an alcohol induced disease with multiple factors influencing its development and manifestations. It is proposed that alcohol ingestion produces metabolic imbalances in liver leading to increased formation of reactive oxygen species and decreased levels of antioxidants. The study intends to understand the mechanism of the disease by evaluating the role of lipid peroxidation and antioxidant status in the patients of ALD. The present study involved 40 participants of which 20 were patients admitted with diagnosis of ALD and other 20 were age and sex matched healthy controls who fulfilled inclusion criteria. In ALD patients compared to controls significant increase in following parameters was observed. Malondialdehyde and uric acid are significantly increasedcompared to controls (P<0.001), total bilirubin and the direct bilirubin also increased significantly (P<0.001). The levels of AST, ALT and AST/ALT ratio, ALP and GGT were significantly increased (P<0.001). The levels of vitamin C, total protein and albumin were significantly reduced in patients with alcoholic liver disease compared to controls with P<0.05 and P<0.001 respectively. ALD is due to increased oxidative stress and decrease of antioxidants. Malondialdehyde a lipid peroxidation product is a sensitive marker of ALD and its severity.
Bauddhakalin Chikitsa Vigyan, Ek Avalokan published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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The Economic Notion of Enlargement and Its Precincts In India published in

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Dr. Shankarsinh R Rana A 26-years-old young man came with complaints of abnormal dark skin colour (hyperpigmentation), particularly in the back of the hands and intertriginous folds between digits, progressively spreading since last five years without any family history of the same. He was diagnosed with clinical diagnosis of hyper-pigmented disorder under evaluation most probably medication induced. He had no personal and family history of such skin disease or diabetes mellitus. We received a skin biopsy of 0.3 x 0.3 cm which was totally embedded for histopathology reporting. Section studied through skin reveals epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue. Epidermis shows hyperkeratosis, irregular acanthosis with focal filliform down growth of epidermis. Multiple keratin horn cysts were seen in the down growth. The tips of rete ridges showed pronounced hyperpigmentation. Histopathological impression was given as Dowling-Degos disease (DDD). DDD is a rare genetic skin condition without definite cure, although its prevalence is unknown. So we report a DDD case in a young man with clinico-pathological correlation
Alterations in The Carbohydrate Contents In Leaf Galls of Cinnamomum Verum (Presl.) Due to Infestation By The Gall Mite, Aceria Doctersi (Nalepa, 1909) (Acari: Eriophyidae) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
P. N. M. Nasareen, N. Ramani Aceria doctersi (Nalepa, 1909) is a highly host specific eriophyid mite inducing varying numbers of pouched galls on the leaves, leaf petioles, inflorescence and young shoots of Cinnamomum verum (Presl.), one of the most economically important spice cum medicinal crop. In the present study, quantitative analysis was carried out to estimate the carbohydrate contents present in mite induced young (10 days old), mature (35 days old), samples of C. verum, following the method of Sadasivan and Manikam, (2008). A significant increase in carbohydrate contents was observed in both the young and mature gall tissue when compared to the tissue around rim of gall, heavily infested galled leaf and uninfested (control) leaf tissues (P<.0001). Thus, the results of the study could establish that gall formation by A. doctersi would substantially lead to a reduction in the growth rate, leaf area, biomass etc. of the host plant, C. verum.
A STUDY FOR THE INTERACTION BETWEEN RISK PREMIUMS AND STOCK EXCHANGE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Sedat Yenice, Adalet Hazar This study attempts to examine the interaction of credit default swap (CDS), which stands for risk premium, with the stock exchanges of developing countries. To this end, 5-year CDS premiums belonging to Turkey, Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China were obtained on a daily basis between April 2009 and April 2014 and were compared with stock exchange index closes in the same period. Data were analyzed via regression curve estimation models. Insignificant relationships were found between CDS premiums and index closes in 2 of 6 countries while significant relationships were found in other countries. It was concluded that investors investing in developing countries that have an investment potential take into consideration CDS premiums as country risk.
Water Quality of Wetland Ecosystems - A Sample Study from Kozhikode District, Kerala published in

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Dr. Deena Meria Jose Wetlands are areas of land that are either temporarily or permanently covered by water. Wetland ecosystems are one of the most productive ecosystems and play crucial role in hydrological cycle. Water quality plays an important role in maintaining wetland ecosystems.Water samples were collected in a random manner from a few wetland regions of the district, including inland and coastal areas. Analysis of quality for some physicochemical parameters of water such as color, odor, pH, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, iron and presence of coliform bacteria etc. were conducted. Samples were collected during three seasons during one complete year pre monsoon, monsoon and post monsoon seasons from the same sites. Many of the samples analyzed were found to have varying pH levels ranging from 4 to 7. Some other parameters analyzed like turbidity, suspended solids etc. were also found to be varying from sample to sample. Turbidity was more frequently observed during monsoon season. Presence of coliform bacteria was detected in many of the sampling sites.
A REVIEW ON FUZZY LOGIC BASED HYDROELECTRIC POWER DAM CONTROL SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Tulsidas Gadhe* This review paper presents the construction design of Hydro-Electric Power Dam Control System using Fuzzy Logic. This paper is information is helpful for engineering at the time of designing control system for the HydroElectric Power Dam. The major part of the paper is related work, which provides the survey on existing system.
PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Mohammed Roshif Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises play a crucial role in the economy of a country especially developing countries. Their contribution to the domestic economy due to their high contribution to GDP, employment and exports are unexplainable. In OECD economies the MSMEs account for more than 95 per cent of their total firms, 60-70 per cent of employment,60 per cent of their exports while in developing economies MSMEs represent 90 per cent of the total firms other than agriculture sector, high portion of their GDP.
Inter-Relationship Between Net Irrigated Area and Area Sown More than Once in Dhule and Nandurbar District of Maharashtra - A Geographical Analysis. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. B. D. Patil The area, which is cropped in winter season during current agricultural year called as area sown more than once (ASTO).A data reveals that 53173 hectares of area was occupied by area sown more than once in during triennium 1991-94, which is 7.11 percent to gross cropped area of study region. After decade, during the period of triennium 2001-03 the area sown more than once is 30597 hectare. It is indicated that the area sown more than once during triennium 2001-04 in the district as a whole was decreased by 3.02 percent as against 1991-93. The land, which is actually cropped under irrigation during current agricultural year, is called net sown area irrigated (NIA). In a district as a whole occupies 72327 hectare of net irrigated area, which was 9.67 percent to gross cropped area during triennium 1991-93. During triennium 2001- 03, occupies 106076 hectare area under irrigation facilities, which is 14.19 percent to gross cropped area. It is absolute increased by 4.52 percent.
Women and Peace Building in Cameroon: Issues and Perspectives published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bisong Clara Bate Ashu Mbuoben (Ph.D) Peace building activities address the root causes or potential causes of violence, create a societal expectation for peaceful conflict resolution and stabilize society politically and socio-economically. Though Cameroon has hardly been involved any full scale war or persistent armed conflict like those of some Africa countries were conflicts have resulted in destabilization, displacement, and destruction of both people and infrastructural, both men and women are involved in the different approaches and phases of peace building that has to do with issues related to minor boarder violence like that of the Bakassi Peninsular , the Boko Haram insurgence in the Northern Region and the recent minor ongoing Anglophone crises and other forms of gender based violence in families and the community. The women in Cameroon just like those in Burundi, Sudan, Rwanda, Liberia and others have performed important roles as peace negotiators and peace educators in both families and society, but unlike their male counterparts they seem to be facing some difficulties in their participation in the different phases of peace building as stated by UNESCO Women and Peace Building in Africa, 2003.This paper is descriptive, guided by conceptual and theoretical frameworks of women and peace like the Liberal Feminist, Conflict and interactionist theoretical perspectives. The Paper seeks to analyse womens role in peace building and conflict resolution and the contributions they make with their traditional methods to ignite peace in the community in Cameroon. Examples in Cameroon as in other Case studies especially in Africa shows that Women have issues in peace building and security, and the development of interventions to address them that are linked to their lack of voice and political will. The paper also identifies womens needs that should be met through the mainstreaming of gender in peace and conflict resolution to stimulate womens active participation in any peace building and conflict resolution effort. Bisong Clara Bate Ashu Mbuoben (Ph.D)"Women and Peace Building in Cameroon: Issues and Perspectives" 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/ijtsrd14485.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/14485/women-and-peace-building-in-cameroon-issues-and-perspectives/bisong-clara-bate-ashu--mbuoben-phd
Research Reviews on Work-Life Balance published in

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Satinder Singh Available literature towards research on work-life balance reveals with different perspectives and mainly relates tobalancing Work Life and Home Life, Conflicts in the Work-family Interface, Job Stress, Job Satisfaction and the Impact of Family- Friendly Policies and so on. This reviews are on five researches related to these perspectives of different authors with an emphasis on each research for its critical review to find out what the respective author wants to stress upon and its outcomes with insufficiency if any. The reviews reveals on the contents of the chosen research papers of repute journals of different period and contains nothing personal or out of contents.
Robust Regression Models of Dynamic Panel Data published in

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Okeke, Joseph Uchenna, Nwabueze, Joy Chioma, Okeke, Evelyn Nkiruka This paper reviewed the finite sample performance of the consistent estimators of the dynamic panel data models with fixed effects using the Minimum Root Mean Squares Error property of the estimates of the autoregressive term, ? (i.e. RMSE(?)) and the Akaike Information Criteria(AIC) but specifically draws comparison among the robust estimators with specific interest in their behaviours, in the light of varying degrees of the autocorrelation coefficient(?) and the autoregressive coefficient(?) , The AndersonHsiao (AH) Instrumental Variable method; Arellano-Bond (AB) GMM method and Blundel-Bond (BB) system GMM estimator are robust in relation to the conventional Least Squares (LS) estimators . The experiment is of Monte-Carlo type performed on some data sets simulated for time periods(T) and number of individuals(N) with each data set replicated three hundred and fifty (350) times. It is suspected that the degree as well as the structure of autocorrelation may affect the efficiency of estimators making it necessary for a study to be conducted to investigate and determine the sensitivity of the various estimators under study to the degree of autocorrelation. The studies showed that: the magnitude of ? and the degree of autocorrelation(?) do affect the quality of results obtained from the estimators therefore lending credence to results from estimation of dynamic panel data models which is still evolving. The BB performed better than the other IV-GMM estimation methods considered in terms of the RMSE(?) for any values of ? at ??0.8 ; for any values of ? at ??0.8 and also in terms of RMSE and AIC for ?? 0.6.
CASE STUDY OF SQL INJECTION ATTACKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sonakshi*, Rakesh Kumar, Girdhar Gopal Today, most of the web applications are associated with database at back-end so there are possibilities of SQL injection attacks (SQLIA) on it. A number of preventive measures have also been discovered by various researchers to overcome this attack, but which measure is more convenient and provides fast access to application without compromising the security is also a major concern nowadays. This paper provides a clear distinction among different types of SQLIAs and how these can be performed on local server. Also, demonstration of SQLIAs on live websites is provided for better understanding of URL attacks. Finally, a complete set of guidelines is provided to help understand the causes of various SQLIAs and how to detect them prior and their preventive measures for the developers of database-driven web applications and researchers.
Association of cognitive impairment with frailty in elderly: a cross-sectional study on communitydwelling non demented elderly referred to an outpatient geriatric service in Egypt. published in

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Motassem S. Amer, Rania M. El Akkad, Heba S. Hassan Frailty is highly prevalent in elderly and is associated with adverse health events, but its association with cognitive function is poorly understood. Aim; The aim of this study was to examine the association between cognitive function and frailty in community-dwelling non demented elderly. Methods; 115 non demented elderly, 60 years and older recruited from outpatient geriatric clinic at Al Mansoura General Hospital, Dakahlia, Egypt. Each participant underwent Comprehensive geriatric assessment, assessing frailty status by Edmonton frail scale (EFS) and assessing cognitive function using the mini-mental state examination (MMSE) and Montreal cognitive function test (MoCA). Results; It was found that Frail older adults had significantly worse performance on the MMSE and the Montreal cognitive function test even after controlling for covariates. According to the MoCA, among the pre-frail 66.67% had cognitive impairment, among the mild frail 94.44% had cognitive impairment, among the moderate and sever frail 100% had cognitive impairment, while according to MMSE, among the mild frail 55.56% had impairment , the moderate frail 56.25% had impairment, while the sever frail 100% had cognitive impairment. It was found that frailty status significantly correlates with age, education, function, and depression and by Linear Correlation Coefficient a significant correlation between frailty and age, function, cognition and depression was found. Conclusion; we concluded that being frail is associated with worse cognitive performance, as assessed by the MMSE and Montreal cognitive function test. Recommendations; It is recommended that the assessment of frail older adults should include assessment of their cognitive status.
Evaluation of Shoulder Stability During Forceful Arm Exertions published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Kasey Cutlip, Ashish D Nimbarte, Suman Kanti Chowdhury, Majid Jaridi Shoulder musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are a major cause of morbidity and pain in the modern working population. Epidemiological literature suggests that forceful arm exertions pose an increased risk for shoulder MSD development. The majority of shoulder MSDs involve the glenohumeral joint. The glenohumeral joint is characteristically unstable and stabilized by concavity compression mechanism. In this study a biomechanical model of shoulder complex was used to examine the concavity compression mechanism. Mechanical loading of the glenohumeral joint during forceful arm exertions was analyzed to quantify the angular position of the resultant muscle force vector in 3D space. The resultant muscle force vectors were almost always directed anteriorly, medially, and inferiorly, independent of the magnitude and the direction of the external force application. The knowledge gained in this study could possibly be used to quantify strain imposed on the shoulder muscles during forceful arm exertions.
Design of Systolic Architecture Using Evolutionary Computation published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Shilpa V | Suma V Shetty This work presents a new concept for finding the optimal values for the entire three fundamental design vectors namely: scheduling, projection and processor so that not only architecture design could be feasible along with that maximum hardware utilizing efficiency could be achieved. This Approach also having the focus to minimize the total delay involved with systolic architecture design. Evolutionary programming has applied to find the optimal solution. Presented work and result will provide facility to designer without any involvement to find out best suited architecture for a particular application. The Proposed method having capability to find the large number of optimal vectors for any algorithm which can be implemented in systolic architecture. The increasing demands of speed and performance in modern signal and image processing applications necessitate a revolutionary super “computing technology. The proposed method is coded in MATLAB editor and simulation environment. Shilpa V | Suma V Shetty"Design of Systolic Architecture Using Evolutionary Computation" 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/ijtsrd15776.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/15776/design-of-systolic-architecture-using-evolutionary-computation/shilpa-v
RESISTANCE PATTERN OF 3RD GENERATION CEPHALOSPORINS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Arshed Hussain, Nighat Razvi, Fakhsheena Anjum*, Rabia Humayoun Objective: To determine resistance of third generation cephalosporins against different clinical isolates obtained from various clinical laboratories in Karachi, Pakistan. Methodology: Based on convenient sampling, 100 clinical isolates of E. coli, Enterococci, K. pneumoniae, P. vulgaris, P. aeruginosa and S. aureus were collected from December 2013 to May 2014 from patients coming to various clinical laboratories in Karachi, Pakistan. Mueller-Hinton agar and Mueller-Hinton broth were used for assessing the sensitivity patterns of the clinical isolates. The third generation cephalosporins tested against the clinical isolates were cefotaxime, ceftizoxime and ceftriaxone. Results: It was found that against E. coli, cefotaxime and ceftriaxone were 67% resistant whereas ceftizoxime was 79% resistant. The antibiotics were 100% resistant to Enterococcus. Against Klebsiella spp. resistance was 47% for cefotaxime and ceftriaxone and 73% for ceftizoxime. For Proteus spp., resistance for cefotaxime and ceftriaxone was 60% each and for ceftizoxime it was 80%. Ceftizoxime (91%), cefotaxime (73%) and ceftriaxone (64%) were resistant to P. aeruginosa while ceftriaxone 77%, ceftizoxime 58% and cefotaxime 50% were found resistant to S. aureus. Conclusions: The degree of third generation cephalosporins resistance was found being increased alarmingly and this should be monitored since it may give rise to drug resistant diseases amplifying the use of other drugs; treatment options for infections with multi-resistant micro organisms are limited.
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF THE ESSENTIAL OIL OF Myrtus communis L BERRIES GROWING WILD IN ALGERIA published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
M. Toauibia The development of microbial resistance to antibiotics is a global concern. The present study was carried out to determine the composition and the antimicrobial potential of the essential oil of Myrtus communis L. against 13 pathogenic strains responsible of many infections. The results show that levels of MIC were observed ranges from 0.563to 36 mg/ml.
BI-REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN AFRICA: AN EVALUATION OF THE MAJOR CHALLENGES OFTHE COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA (COMESA) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Dr. Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim & Nwokedi Lawretta Obiageli Regional Integration is seen as a means of encouraging trade and achieving economies of scale. The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)which replaced the Preferential Trade Area of 1981(PTA) and established by COMESA Treaty of 1993 ratified a year later in Malawi is one of Africa's largest regional trading block. This paper begins by looking at the history, theoretical issues, aims and objectives, COMESA's administrative and decision making structure, achievements and challenges facing this 22 member group. Books, journals, articles from various authors, reports and data from UNTAD, COMESA secretariat were utilized. It finds that a lot of agreements have been signed by the member countries and some important institutions like PTA Trade and Development Bank, the COMESA Clearing House, the COMESA Re-insurance Company and the Trade Information Document Centreto enable them achieve their aims. The market transformed into a Free Trade Area (FTA) in 2000 while the COMESA Customs Union was launched in Harare, Zimbabwe in 2009. Intra trade among member countries has not increased as expected due to over dependence on few and similar primary products. In addition, standard of living has not improved in these countries as ten (10) out of the twenty two members are among the poorest countries in the world.Other issues and concerns affecting the progress of COMESA include lack of government political will &commitment, overlapping memberships, inadequate infrastructure, reliance on capital rather than labour intensive techniques of production, Africa's debt burden, lack of information, underdeveloped human capabilities, unequal distribution of benefits,war damage, disease, drought,bribery and corruption.These issues appear to have made building a successful economic groupings in African an overwhelming task, despite its perceived importance in the increasingly globalized world. Project cooperation, research and a commitment to intensify efforts in eliminating or at least reducing the many obstacles currently affecting the regional group would help address some of these problems and create a healthy basis for regional and global trade integration.
REVIEW ON INDIAN PHARMA MARKETING published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Saumya Gupta*, Dr. N. V Satheesh madhav and Mr. Abhijeet ojha The impact of legislative changes, economic turmoil and an increase in competition from generics and bio similarities is forcing change in the pharmaceutical industry. In an increasingly crowded marketplace, there is pressure to ensure that sales force effectiveness is maximized, and the correct sales and marketing strategy implemented. The current shift in the marketing strategy is work by multinational pharmaceutical Companies .It is now high-end development that is being carried out by leading companies. And, increasingly, other companies are finding themselves competing against, or working with, new innovation-based companies. My study focuses on the processes and outcomes of globally distributed pharmaceutical companies. This article will present the changing marketing strategies by a pharma company.
Variance of Time to Recruitment in a Single Graded Manpower System with Two Thresholds and InterPolicy Decisions as an Order Statistics published in

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B. Mercy Alice, A. Srinivasan In this paper the problem of time to recruitment is studied for a single graded manpower system with two sources of depletion and two thresholds using a univariate policy of recruitment based on shock model approach. The variance of the time to recruitment is estimated when the inter-policy decision times form an order statistics and the number of transfer decisions is governed by a Poisson process.
Online Food Ordering System With E-Mail Notification published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Ms.Shital Subhash Sangle, Ms.Pournima Gawade, Ms.Swati Vibhute Online food ordering systems is one of the most popular online businesses nowadays. Various type of food can be ordered through online shopping such as fast food, bakery, vitamins and others. People like to shop online as it will safe shopping time and this facility is available at anytime and anywhere. However, the existing online food ordering systems still have lacking of some aspects for ecommerce that are important for customer satisfaction. Customer would find their experience most enhanced when the online system give flexibility for the customer to choose the delivery method and receive the E-mail notification on the ordering status. Therefore, the online food ordering system for bakery that implements the electronic mail technology to notify users when the order is placed or order is processing or order processed or ready for pick up at store or delivered and give flexibility in delivery options to the customer.
Shgs- the Route to Social Transformation published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mrs. Sridevi K. , Dr. Ramesh B. Field instruction is truly the heart of social work education. It is where students learn to apply the theory they have been taught in the classroom. Students are the most important part of the field instruction process and are regarded as adult learners who must take a great deal of the responsibility for the education they receive in the field setting. In this paper the role of students in empowerment of women through SHG which are in turn acting as engines of social transformation is explained. Experience has shown that promotion of enterprise creation and income generating activities among women would transform them from being alive to living with dignity. In field work, students are acting as facilitator for women to choose and schedule activities which act as powerful approaches to women empowerment and the precursor of social transformation
The Role of Artificial Intelligence Tools in Pharmaceutical Industries: Special Reference to Expert System and Automation Tools published in

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Kaveri Lad The paper is based on survey of pharmaceutical industries. The paper highlights the important role of artificial intelligence tool like automation and expert system in pharmaceutical industries and how these tools are perform the important role in the pharmaceutical business. In this paper it has been highlighted that how India is top third in world to produce the pharmaceutical products. There are various expert system are available in the world and in this paper it also gave the name of companies that produces various expert system to the pharmaceutical industries. In the paper the survey is made on 15 pharmaceutical industries in that 5 are small scale and 10 are large scale industries. Paper highlights important applications of automation and expert system in the industries. Different types of automation tools are explained and what are the uses of these tools in the concern industries. In paper it has also explained that how automation and expert system provide keen role in the production.
Promotion of Agro Based Industries in Assam With Special Reference to Jute: published in

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Manashree Das The pitiful picture of the industrial development of Assam along with north eastern states already proves nothing is gained from so called policy of liberalization or economic reform that has already passed almost two decades. Time has come to realize the economic backwardness and industrial backwardness of the state like Assam along with other north eastern states. Economic development is not possible without industrial development. In Assam large scale industrial development is not viable because it is capital intensive. In Assam growth of capital formation is very slow and low. Available manpower in the form of labour and organizer or entrepreneur and available agro based raw materials like jute, bamboo, cane, fruits, rubber, Assam can develop lots of agro based industries of all kinds. Development and expansion of MSME on the basis of agro based resources, Assam can also fulfil the twin objectives of national policy-inclusive growth and sustainable development. The paper is an attempt to focus how industrial backwardness of the state can be mitigated by utilizing available agro based resources like jute. The study is based on secondary data and is descriptive in nature.
PROTECTION AGAINST EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL CARIES IN RATS WITH CHICKEN EGG YOLK ANTIBODIES (IgY) GENERATED AGAINST STREPTOCOCCUS MUTANS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gandhimathi. C1*, Sentila.R2 and Michael A3 High quality oral health care is a vital component of long term general health which plays a major role in the social, economic and personal development of the individual as well as society. Dental caries is the most common infectious transmissible disease in the world today with very high morbidity potential. The prime etiological agent Streptococcus mutans plays a crucial role along with dietary carbohydrates in the development of dental caries. Of all the virulence factors of Streptococcus mutans, Cell Associated Glucosyltransferase (CA-GTF) enzyme is the most important one in the formation of virulent plaque resulting in initiation and progression of dental caries. Using rat model, evaluation of chicken egg yolk antibodies generated against whole cell antigen and cell associated glucosyltransferase enzyme, as a passive immunotherapy against experimental dental caries was carried out after determining its potential in neutralizing the virulence properties of Streptococcus mutans by in vitro assays. Tests to detect the ability of antibodies in inhibiting water insoluble glucan synthesis (WIG), and inhibiting biofilm formation in saliva coated hydroxyapatite blocks revealed higher efficacy of antibodies to CA-GTF in inhibiting WIG synthesis both in solution and in biofilm model as well as reduction in the viable count of Streptococcus mutans count compared to whole cell antigen of Streptococcus mutans. Similarly in rat model in terms of reduction of total Streptococcus mutans count and in reduction of caries in rat molar teeth, antibodies to CA-GTF had greater potential than antibodies to whole cell antigen of Streptococcus mutans.
IMPACT OF PARTIAL DEFATTING ON NUTRITIONAL, MINERAL, FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES AND EFFECT OF SOLVENTS TO EVALUATE IN-VITRO ANTIOXIDANT, ANTI-DIABETIC POTENTIALITY FROM FLAXSEED (LINUM USITATISSIMUM) EXTRACTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manukumar.H.M13*, Prathima.V.R2, Lokesh .S1, Goutham .G4, Suresha .S5 The aims of the present study was to evaluate nutritive, functional properties, antioxidant activity by DPPH, alkaline DMSO methods and in vitro ?-amylase inhibitory activity for different pure (100%) and 80% solvents for the raw (R) and partially defatted flour (PDF) extract. Significant increase in the nutritive contents in the PDF was observed. Partial defattening improved the foam capacity, stability and water absorption capacities compare to R flour. Mineral profile increment stand for application of defatting. Total phenolic (TPC) and total flavanoid (TFC) extracted highest in 80% methanol (5855 mg GAE/100g, 470 mgRE/100g) for R and 80% ethanol (2951.66 mgGAE/100g), 100% methanol (449.66 mg RE/100g) for PDF respectively. Antioxidant activity by 80% ethanol (85.14% and 81.72%) for DPPH, 80% methanol (67.55% and 62.21%) for superoxide radical scavenging activity from R and PDF compare to vitamin C (89.14% and 88.12%) respectively. Alpha-amylase inhibitory activity exhibited by 80% methanol (31.15% and 27.14%) for R and PDF respectively compare to standard Acarbose (54.42%). Current data conclude that partially defattening and 80% methanol showed its impact on functional, antioxidant and enzyme inhibition.
Economic Evaluation of Multislice Computed Tomography Scanners Through a Life Cycle Cost Analysis published in

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A. Morfonios, D. Kaitelidou, G. Filntisis, G. Baltopoulos, P. Myrianthefs A macro-economic modeling tool named Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) was performed in order to compare the total cost of ownership of two MSCT scanners, 128-slice and 64-slice, and identify the positive Net Savings of them. Additionally, among the scopes of the paper was to assess the uncertainty of the LCCA and identify which input values would make a difference to the total cost of ownership. A period of 5 years was established with a discount rate of 3%. All costs were discounted into its present value. Economic data were reviewed from the accountants office of two private hospitals in Greece which owned different MSCT scanner. LCCA suggested that the NS were 647,199 , in favor of 128-slice CT scanner. Additionally, Operation Maintenance, Repair and Initial costs had a great impact on total LCC of both scanners, so decision makers should take them into account when aiming for cost containment.
MICA: MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF GRINDING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik; Alena Viktorovna Druzhinina The article discusses the features of mica, as crushed material.. Presents the problems the selection of grind type. Analyzed the shape factor of particles in various types of grindin
IJIRAE:: Design & Performance Testing of Torque Limiter Timer Belt Spindle Drive for Overload Protection published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
Prof. RAUT L.B. KARE R.N. Power is transmitted from motor to output shaft without any interference when no excessive load acting on the machine. But major problem is faced by industry on the machine that is when excessive load will act on the output shaft then problem of overloading make the driving motor or engine to stall; which will lead to burnout of the electric motor. In extreme cases this overload will lead to the breakage of drive elements or the clutch itself. In order to avoid the damage of the transmission elements it is necessary that the input and output shafts be disconnected in case of sudden overloads. The isolation of the input driver member i.e.; motor from the output member is absolutely necessary to avoid damage itself. Such serious problem which face by the industry can be avoided by use of Torque limiter timer belt spindle drive for overload protection and this can be achieved by the overload slipping ball clutch which is an safety device used in the transmission line to connect the driving and driven elements such that in case of occasional overload the clutch will slip there by disconnecting the input and output members. This protects the transmission elements from any breakage or damage and to cope up with this situation static structural analysis is done on the different parts of Torque limiter such as Base flange, Test rig, output shaft, plunger etc. In this case according to the discussion with company person we will decide to done the static analysis of various parts such as base flange, test rig, output shaft etc.
A STUDY OF CUSTOMER RETENTION IN ARIGNAR ANNA SUGARS, THANJAVUR. published in

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A. Vinoth Ramesh, P. Guru Many companies have initiated projects to improve on customer orientation and plan the implementation of customer relationship management (CRM) systems. Among the desired benefits are increased customer satisfaction and retention by providing personalized products and value added services. Although the potentials of CRM are obvious only a few successful CRM implementations are known in practice. ?is article describes the results of a cross-industry benchmarking project in which 120 companies participated. ?e results show that there is no 'unique' CRM project and that successful implementations are rarely technical projects. From the research six critical success factors for CRM projects emerged: step wise evolution, straightforward implementation and long term project, organizational redesign, integrated system architecture of standard components, change management, and top management support. ?e six successful practice companies show examples of how these critical success factors are applied.
Development of Quality Circles in an Organisation (A Case Study in Machine Shop of Tool Room, Indore) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Devendra S. Verma, F. William Baskar Dikroos The present study/paper deals with various aspects of Quality Circle and how the productivity is to be improved by adopting quality circle in tool room, machine shop and related industries. The paper describes a case study of development of quality circle in a machine of tool room, Indore. The paper also presents comprehensive discussions of various features quality circle, improving the productivity, motivation towards work and the problem solving techniques.
ARTEMISIA ANNUA TEA AS A REJUVENATIVE THERAPY FOR HIV INFECTED NON ART AIDS PATIENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*Dr. Aruna Devaraj and 2Dr.Med Felicitas Roelofson More than a million people with HIV/AIDS express life-threatening opportunistic infections and suffer from immune deficiency syndromes. New traditional herbal sources are needed for complementary control efforts. A two year study was conducted to document the supplementary effect of Artemisia annua in 10 non- ART respondents below the age of 40 at the Jeevan Jyothi Hospice for all HIV infected patients at Theni district. which is a charitable Institution run by The presentation Sisters and supported by TANSAC Tamil Nadu and Anamed International. Antibacterial and antifungal properties of the said plant were studied and the absence of toxic heavy metals was confirmed. Allopathic medicine with a supportive herbal diet as Cure for Aids is under clinical research but women and children infected need support and Rejuvenation. Apart from the regular and continuous treatment, herbal nutraceuticals were found to play a significant role in improving the life style of the ART patients with CD4 count< 400. Artemisia annua, a herbal drug reported to have antimalarial activity, with artemisinin was found to improve the quality of life of NON ART patients. The rejuvenative effect of Artemisia annua tea as a daily dose of 5g. per patient for a period of 2 years and half yearly blood test reports are presented. The plant was also subjected to Acute, Chronic and Sub chronic toxicity animal studies. After 2 years there was considerate improvement in CD4 count with > 1000 and increase of 2 to 3.5 kg in weight and 1.5 g/dil Haemoglobin. The patients were able to take up physical work, college level education, run petty grocery shop and tailoring centre.
Effect of Nutritional Stress on Physiological Responses of Non Descript Indian Buck (Capra Hircus) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Hari abdul Samad, Shyma K. latheef, Anuraj K.S, V.P. Maurya Goat farming, an integral part of agricultural production in India, mainly predominates in semi-arid tropical areas. Animal production and reproduction are severely hampered under such environmental conditions due to feed scarcity and energy deficiency. So the present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of nutritional stress on the physiological responses (rectal temperature, heart rate and respiration rate) in native bucks. The study comprised of eight native breeding bucks of 23-25 kg which were treated as control animals forthe first 10 weeks by providing full feeding as per ICAR requirement. The same animals were considered as treatment group for next 10 weeks in order to avoid the individual variations and fed with fifty percentage concentrate restriction. Rectal temperature, heart rate and respiration rate were taken daily on both morning and evening and calculated the mean weekly values. Physiological responses were significantly reduced (P<0.05) in treatment group than that in control.From the study, it can be concluded that even in 50% concentrate restriction, in order to maintain its homeostasis, animal can readjust physiologically
Community Managed Forests a Potential Sources of Carbon Sink: A Case Study from Kumaun Central Himalaya published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jitendra Bhatt Participatory approaches to forest management have gained wide acceptance worldwide and have also become the primary guiding principle in the management of natural resources. The state Uttarakhand is ecologically and socially diverse owing to distinct climatic, physiographic factors and demographic setup. Community management of the forests in the state as Van Panchayat (V P) started from the year 1932 and close to 7211 km2 area (19 % of the total forest area) presently managed by the V Ps. Present study was carryout in a seventy years old V P of Kumaun Himalaya to investigate community perception, change in vegetation dynamics, C stock and C sequestration rate. The selected V P was monitored for ten years to collect the data and change in community perception over the time. The results indicated that dependency of the people for fuel wood for forest is decreasing due to availability of LPG connections but scarcity of green fodder still prevailed. Demographic variable indicated that both human and cattle population decreased over the study period. The possible reason for this the migration in search of jobs. Total tree density, basal area, biomass, carbon (C) content in all the selected species except Pinus roxburighii increased. Quercus leucotrichophora showed maximum density thus also have maximum C sequestration rate while Rhododendron arboreum showed the least. On an average the V P sequestrated 13.1 t C ha-1yr-1. It can be concluded that there is a shift in energy consumption pattern and awareness for conservation increasing in the community. The community can trade forest C, which is now emerging, to raise funds for functioning but careful choices in this regard will become especially critical to link community forests as C trade centres.
An Effective Methodology For Removing Pirated Content & to Identify Digital Copyright Infringement published in

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Dr. Kishor H. Atkotiya, Mr. Nilesh Pratapsinh Gohil Cyber-pirates are the people who make and distribute copies of a music files, videos, video games, films, books and other digital content on internet illegally without authorization from the developers or owners. Content publisher such as film industries and publications are expecting to lose several billions of dollars in copyright revenues. All these things promoted by the search engines for earning revenues. To address this problem, I propose building an effective methodology, where content publisher will register their valuable digital content. This web service will crawl the web, than compare the web content to the registered content and will notify the content owners as well as search engines of illegal intellectual property. Protecting intellectual property has received a lot of attention recently, both in terms of revised intellectual property laws, as well as new technology-based solutions. We now outline a few technology-based solutions in research prototypes, or that are already available in commercial products.
Adaptive Pixel Pair Matching Technique for Data Embedding? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Nalimela Mounika, T. Madhavi Kumari? This paper proposes a new data-hiding method based on pixel pair matching (PPM). The basic idea of PPM is to use the values of pixel pair as a reference coordinate. The PPM search a coordinate in the neighborhood set of this pixel pair according to a given message digit. The pixel pair is changed to the searched coordinate to conceal the digit. Exploiting modification direction (EMD) and diamond encoding (DE) are two data-hiding methods proposed recently based on PPM. The capacity of EMD is 1.161 bpp and DE prolongs the payload of EMD by embedding digits in a larger notational system. The designed method offers lower distortion than DE by providing more compact neighborhood sets and allowing embedded digits in any notational system. The proposed approach always has lower distortion for various payloads compare to optimal pixel adjustment process (OPAP) method. Experimental results reveal that the proposed method not only provides better performance than those of DE and OPAP, but also is secure under the detection of some well-known steganalysis techniques.
Factors Influencing Service Seekers Perception About Customer Relationship Management in Corporate Hospitals published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Syed Shaukath Hussain, Ayub Khan Dawood Service sector is the ever green sector which is at its boom in the recent days. The growth of retails industries and all service is extensive in the recent past. Hospital sector is not an exception in this regard and has been growing and always at its growing pace ever since its existence. Corporate hospitals are the recent additions to the healthcare sector that exists at its best performance. The researcher has made an attempt to study the factors influencing the service seekers perception about corporate hospitals in Chennai city in tamilnadu. Five factors were identified as that influencing service seekers perception about corporate hospitals. T-Test was done to identify the major factor that was influencing the customers perception about CRM in hospitals. The Hospitals need to give significant importance to such factors. This study is a value addition to the CRM literature in an Indian context.
PROGRAMA PARA EL DESARROLLO DE COMPETENCIAS EN EMPRENDIMIENTO SOSTENIBLE. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
Ligia Coromoto Castro Nava Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador ligiacastro3@hotmail.com Barinas, Venezuela PROGRAM TO DEVELOP ABILITIES IN SUSTAINABLE VENTURE. This research aims to promote a program of abilities in sustainable venture for the third year students of the Francisco Tamayo School Technical located in Barinitas parish, Bolívar municipality state Barinas. Because of each school year shows desertion of studies cases and there is not the existence of actions to improve education specifically related to the sustainable venture that reinforce the bond between the training and working world. This investigation points to open opportunities on social and working inclusion. The nature of this study belongs to the qualitative approach of a participatory action research. It supports the field method and its methodological design was made in four phases: Reflection, Planning, Execution Plan, Scopes and Limitations, Reflection and Results. The key people will be: (01) student and (02) teachers. The technique of gathering information will be the observation and the deep interview. The analysis techniques of information were categorization, triangulation and interpretation. Among the preliminary considerations are expected abilities and skills acquisition to perform any activity that gain incomes. This fact will help students to cover their economic and familiar needs to complement personal development.
Arteriovenous Malformation of Gluteal Region. published in

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Sandeepa S, Hemalatha An, Mahesh A, Ananda Bb, Shenoy V The prevalence of vascular malformations is estimated to be 1.5% in the general population,Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are high-flow lesions providing a direct connection between an artery and a vein. Extracranial AVMs are far less common than intracranial AVMs.[1,2,3] The majority of extracranial AVMs involve the head and neck, followed by the lower extremities and trunk.[2,3]Less than 2% of the total AVMs involve pelvis; there are less than 60 cases described in the world literature [4 ,5,6].They present as an enlarging soft tissue mass in the subcutaneous tissue, or may be located below the deep fascia and involve the musculoskeletal system. AVMs are usually identified during adolescence because in this age group they are in active expanding phase and they are latent during infancy and childhood [1,3,7]. This case is reported for its rare incidence and uncommon location.Diagnosis and management of AVM is a multidisciplinary approach that integrates surgical therapy with embolism and sclerotherapy. It improves the results with less morbidity and recurrence during early follow-up
HISTORY OF FORMATION OF ECONOMIC VOCABULARY DENOTING ACTIONS AND PROCESSES 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�
Navalna Maryna, Spys Olga The article analyzed the stages of the formation of the economic vocabulary of the Ukrainian language since the Proto-Slavic period and the time of Kyivan Rus until now; it is studied that the processes of trade, exchange, payments have been active; it is stressed which lexical items, that denote economic notions, function today. The study is the first attempt of the complex lexical-semantic analysis of historical aspects of verbs that denote economic actions and processes. It is defined the parameters and place of these verbs in the lexical system of the Ukrainian language, their connection with verbs of other lexical-semantic groups; it is defined thematic groups and analyzed processes in word-building of verbal units, the changes in the semantic structure of the old lexical items. Methods of the study are caused by the need of the complete and comprehensive analysis of the linguistic material. To achieve this goal it was used the method of linguistic observation and the descriptive method. Objective of the study is a lexical-semantic group of verbs of the Ukrainian language that denote economic notions. The verbs denoting actions, processes and states, related to economics, make a large, but diverse in origin and meanings, group of lexical items. In the history of the semantics study of the verb, this group was not separated into individual lexical-semantic group. The verbs of economics combine commonly used lexical items and units of sector term system - economic. By its origin, this group of verbs has an asymmetrical form. Few verbs came from the Proto-Slavic language. They denoted actions related to the purchase and sale and some social actions. Summary and conclusions of the study contribute to a deeper understanding of structural-semantic characteristics of the verb, enrich the theoretical lexicology with new ideas, they form scientific foundations for the systematic study of other groups of linguistic units that takes into account their formal and meaningful features. Theoretical generalizations will be used in further scientific works, which study problems of semantics and word-building.
GREEN SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND APPLICATIONS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES FROM XANTHIUM STRUMARIUM LINN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sharmila. S and Dr. S. Yamini Sudha Lakshmi* To develop a novel approach for the green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using aqueous leaves extracts of Xanthium strumarium Linn. which has been proven active against MCF-7cell line.In this study, the silver nanoparticles were synthesized biologically using Xanthium strumarium Linn. leaf extract as reducing agent. The extract was used for the study of characterization, antibacterial and free radical activities. The antibacterial study was made against Protease vulgaris, Enterococcus faecalis, Klebseilla pneumonia, Pseudomonas aueruginiosa. The formation of silver nanoparticles was indicated by the colour change from colourless to reddish brown and the particles were characterized by UV-vis, FTIR, ERD, SEM, and TEM analysis. These nanoparticles were found to have significant antimicrobial activity against Pseudomonas aeuruginosa. The nanoparticles also showed a potent cytotoxic activity against MCF7 cell line invitro.
A Review on Implementation of Parallel Prefix Adders using FPGA'S published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
S. Lakshmipriya The paper mainly used in the implementation of parallel prefix adders using FPGAS. The carry-tree adders constitute spanning tree adder, sparse Kogge-Stone & Kogge-Stone adder. It also presents a representation of the carry skip adder. The best resolution of the VLSI system is obtained by the Prefix adders. Thus the implementation of the block diagram is difficult so the FPGA technology is used instead. They produce the high efficiency of the layout using the FPGA analysis. Better delay and performance of the RCA design in the 128 bits in the use of the fast-chain array. Xilinx Spartan 3E is used in the implementation of the design. RCA is most commonly used in the implementation of the full adder and half adder. RCA is a serial which can perform many number of the addition but due to some situation delay occurs. Xilinx ISE is used in the simulation of the design. S. Lakshmipriya"A Review on Implementation of Parallel Prefix Adders using FPGAS" 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/ijtsrd7165.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/7165/a-review-on-implementation-of-parallel-prefix-adders-using-fpgas/s-lakshmipriya
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE WITH VARIABLE COMPRESSION RATIO published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohammadamin Tajvidi One of the disadvantages of gasoline engines to diesel engines is their low efficiency.However, due to less pollution of gasoline engines, extensive activities are done in order to increase their efficiency. One of the methods considered in this context is the use of Variable Compression Ratio (VCR). The aim of this study is to collect and introduce the existing technolo gies presented for VCR engines.Also, one of the newest and most useful of these projects (MCE - 5) that has been designed by one of the research companies in European, and is currently at the experimental stage, simulated and analyzed in this paper and its p erformance is discussed in terms of the stress distribution.Stress analysis has been done using the commercial software package ABAQUS .Obtained stress distribution in maximum cylinder pressure indicates good performance of the proposed system.Using the r esulting stress distribution, the proposals to reduce the destructive stresses can be proposed, as an example has been observed and a solution is proposed to amend it
Customizing Clustering Algorithm for Data Mining for Lead Generation published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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E. Manigandan, Dr.V.Shanthi, Magesh Kasthuri Lead generation is a technique used to attract or generate customer leads using lead generation techniques like contextual advertising (to be discussed below). It is an easy and painless way of attracting people/users and cultivating prospective customers out of them. This study is taken to customize Clustering Algorithm for Data mining process in a Customer Relationship Management field as the space of data is more and variant [17]. Also proving the usability of customized Clustering Algorithm in Data Mining and the efficiency in processing mechanism compared to other costlier methods used in current situation of Data mining in Customer Relationship Management is part of this study. Clustering Algorithm is broadly used as Spectral algorithm in Social media [2], where a reference of a contact is used and mined further for various combinations of suggested friends and lookups.
Landuse/Landcover Mapping of Jangam Hatti Surrounding area ,Maharashtra, India Using Unsupervised Classification Technique published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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E. Srinivas, G. Sakram Land use and land cover has become a central component in current strategies for managing natural resources and monitoring environmental changes. To maintain the present natural resources and to understand the causes and consequences of over exploitation of soil and water resources the land use, a land cover mapping was done in the study area i.e. Jangam Hatti ,Kolhapur District. In this study, satellite image for January 2013 were used for LULC (Land Use/ Land Cover) Un Supervised classification. For the classification purposes, seven LULC classes were decided. The most extensive land cover category of the Study area is Forest land i.e. 38.20%. The second most extensive land cover category is Plantation, 20.90%.
THE EXPERIENCE AND OPPORTUNITY OF IMPLEMENTATION OF RESEARCH-BASED ACADEMIC EDUCATION AT TRADE CO-OPERATIVE UNIVERSITY OF MOLDOVA published in

Journal of Research on Trade, Management and Economic Development (JRTMED)

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Larisa SAVGA, Claudia MELINTE The Lisbon Strategy and Lisbon 2010+ proposed to transform the EU economy in the most competitive and dynamic one, based on knowledge and capable of an economic and sustainable increase, with better jobs and an increased social cohesion. The Consumer Co-operation of the Republic of Moldova proposed itself a similar objective to become a durable, competitive and efficient sector of the national economy and to recover its previous position. Consumer Co-operatives of the Republic of Moldova have their own educational system with its own education institution, which offers educational and professional development programs in the field of co-operation. University researchers continuously monitor co-operative development problems and provide solutions for the improvement of co-operative activity. In this paper, we will present several aspects of our experience in implementing research-based education at our University, focusing on the mission and on the image of co-operative system of our country.
Relation of critically refracted longitudinal wave (LCR) velocity with graphite nodularity and matrix in ductile iron published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Malur N Srinivasan, Robert J Bennett and Don E Bray The results of an investigation conducted to study the relation of critically refracted longitudinal wave (LCR) velocity with graphite nodularity and matrix in ductile iron are reported in this paper. The relation between LCR velocity and graphite nodularity was studied using as-cast test bars obtained from one foundry. Three groups of test bars of similar nodularity obtained from a second foundry were subjected to heat treatment so as to obtain ferritic matrix in the first group, martensitic matrix in the second and tempered martensitic in the third, to enable the relation of LCR wave velocity with these matrices to be studied. Also three other test bars from the second foundry were subjected to annealing, normalizing and quenching and grouped with an as cast test bar of similar range of nodularity, to evaluate the residual stress developed in each case. The approach followed in this investigation enabled qualitative assessment of the effects of graphite nodularity, matrix and residual stress on the LCR velocity in ductile iron.
Kirner's Deformity of Little Finger : A Cosmetic Nightmare published in

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Dr. Mukesh Tiwari , Dr. Nirmal Jain, Dr. Abdul Rahim, Dr. Gaffar Khan , Dr.Vaibhav Krishna Kirner`s deformity or dystelephalangy is one of the rarest entity which presents with painless, progressive, bilateral radio-volar curving of distal phalanx of little fingers. It is a clinico-radiological diagnosis. Here-in, we present a similar case with brief review of literature. we believe it useful to present our case report as a further contribution to the literature because of its rarity .
Organisational Violence published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
K. M. Srisruthi This paper talks about the major impact that work pressure has on people and the organisations. It focuses on the negative impact it has on the both. It also tells us the types of organisational violence that occurs and their most probable reasons. It also focuses on the point that the organisational violence can be both physical and verbal, their individual impact. It has also addressed the fact that how common organisational violence has become. It also us the reasons why organisational violence occurs. It also shows statistical rates of homicide due to organisational violence. K. M. Srisruthi"Organisational Violence" 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/ijtsrd4611.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/other/4611/organisational-violence/k-m-srisruthi
A Theoretical Study of Condensed Matter in Super Strong Magnetic field and an Evaluation of Cohesive Energies of Condensed Matter published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
L. P. Mishra* and L.K. Mishra We have evaluated cohesive energies of hydrogen, helium, carbon, oxygen, silicon and Iron matter in the presence of super strong magnetic field. Our theoretical results indicate that cohesive energies increase with increase of magnetic field strength B. The increase is small for smaller value of z and becomes larger and larger for higher Z values. Our theoretical results are in good agreement with other theoretical workers.
Antimicrobial Drug Possibility from Marine Macroalgae & selected Flora from Sunderban Delta published in

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Madhumita Mukherjee, Reshma Sarkar Marine organisms are a rich source of structurally novel and biologically active metabolites. As a result of evolving resistance of microorganisms to existing antibiotics, there is an increasing need for newer antibiotics, the present study was carried out to investigate the antimicrobial potentiality of the marine algae Enteromorpha intestinalis ,Catenella impudica, Ulva sp.against strains of Gram positive, Gram negative bacteria such as Vibrio chlolerae ,Enterococcus faecalis ,Shigella boydii, Bacillus cereus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus organisms that cause diseases and disorders in man, animals and plants. As for the mangroves of Indian Sunderbans such as Acanthus illicifolius, Heritiera fomes, Aegiceras corniculatum, Xylocarpus granatum, Sonneretia apetala, Ceriops decandra, test organisms include, Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus,Streptococcus pneumoniae, Enterococcus faecalis and Micrococcus luteus among the gram positive bacteria and from gram negative bacteria Proteus mirabilis ,Salmonella typhi, Shigella flexineri, Vibrio cholerae, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa ,Aeromonas hydrophilia. Crude extracts revealed a wide range of antimicrobial activity against tested pathogens .The overall antimicrobial activity assessed from the above results indicates the presence of active constituents in the extractions of seaweeds which can be exploited for the production of lead molecules which are of use in pharmaceutical industry
A Study on The Effects of Political Instabilties on the Tourists Destinaton Choice published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Yksel ztrk, Erdem ?im?ek Despite that tourism supports many countries economy; tourism industry has a sensitive and fragile structure due to wars, terror and robbery, social and political crisis. This damaged fragile structure as a result of political instabilities impairs investment and interrupt economic progress. During the survey valid data obtained from 770 participants and these data analyzed in terms of percentage, frequency, t-Test, ANOVA and Tukey HSD. According to the findings local tourists paid more importance than the foreign tourist because of the political instability. Female tourists paid more importance relatively than the male tourists to the context of political instabilities. Also correlation detected between increased educational level and paid importance to the political instability. According to the analyses nationality does not affect destination choice process while political instabilities exist. Finally between income and paid importance to the political instabilities there is a linear correlation was detected.
VOLUMETRIC MIX-DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF BITUMINOUS RUBBERMIXTURES IN RAILWAY SUB-BALLAST published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Fernando M. Soto The design of an unmodified bituminous mixture and three rubber-aggregate mixtures containing rubberaggregate by a dry process (RUMAC) was evaluated, using an empirical-analytical approach based on experimental findings obtained in the laboratory with the volumetric mix design by gyratory compaction. A reference dense-graded bituminous sub-ballast mixture (3% of air voids and a bitumen 4% over the total weight of the mix), and three rubberized mixtures by dry process (1,5 to 3% of rubber by total weight and 5-7% of binder) were used applying the Superpave mix-design for a level 3 (high-traffic) design rail lines. The railway tracked section analyzed was a granular layer of 19cm compacted, while for the sub-ballast a thickness of 12cm has been used. To evaluate the effect of increasing the specimen density (as a percent of its theoretical maximum specific gravity), in this article, are illustrated the results obtained after different comparative analysis into the influence of varying the binder-rubber percentages under the sub-ballast layer mix-design. This work demonstrates that rubberized blends containing crumb and ground rubber in bituminous asphalt mixtures behave at least similar or better than conventional asphalt materials. By using the same methodology of volumetric compaction, the densification curves resulting from each mixture have been studied. The purpose is to obtain an optimum empirical parameter multiplier of the number of gyrations necessary to reach the same compaction energy as in conventional mixtures. It has provided some experimental parameters adopting an empirical-analytical method, evaluating the results obtained from the gyratory-compaction of bituminous mixtures with an HMA and rubber-aggregate blends. An extensive integrated research has been carried out to assess the suitability of rubber-modified hot mix asphalt mixtures as a sub-ballast layer in railway underlayment tracked. Design optimization of the mixture was conducted for each mixture and the volumetric properties analyzed. Also, an improved and complete manufacturing process, compaction and curing of these blends are provided. By adopting this increase-parameters of compaction, called “beta” factor, mixtures modified with rubber with uniform densification and workability are obtained that in the conventional mixtures. It is found that considering the usual bearing capacity requirements in rail track, the optimal rubber content is 2% (by weight)
SOURCES AND LEVELS OF STRESS IN DENTAL STUDENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
?Kanyakumari D.H1., Savitri. P. Siddanagoudra2., Timmareddy Kataraki3 Many studies have reported that dental education induces considerable stress on students. These findings are almost universal phenomena in different countries with different education systems and curricula. It is difficult to eliminate all the stressful problems in a dental education programme. The present study was conducted to understand better the factors influencing student perception. We chose 60 dental students for this study, they were asked to self-rate the tailored Medical Student Stress Questionnaire. After statistical analysis it was found that, academic related stress level was high (2.17) among the students. And the intrapersonal and interpersonal related stressors (IRS), teaching and learning-related stressors (TLRS), social related stressors (SRS), drive and desire related stressors (DRS), and group activities related stressors (GARS) scored 1.74,1.84,1.59,1.02, 1.46 respectively.i.e. stress level was mild all these categories.
STRATEGIES FOR CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

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Mustafa Bekmezci Today, conscious consumers prefer responsive and responsible companies striving to make the world a better place. Therefore, executives should engage closely with the subject of sustainability that protects the interests of the shareholders while fulfilling their responsibilities towards the environment and society. Corporate sustainability is to maintain the growth of companies in a profitable manner while they are doing the right things and adding value to the environment and society. The aim of the study is to identify the strategies of corporate sustainability that can provide competitive advantages while converting social and environmental challenges of todays world into opportunities. In this study, it has been identified that companies can grow in a profitable way while adding value to society and the environment. In that regard, the strategies that these companies can use are also examined and those companies that are successfully implementing these strategies are exemplified.
BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM USING RPI published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Fatema A. Shaikh * , Prof.S.O.Rajankar A biometric authentication system acquires biometric sample such as fingerprint. The fingerprint signifies physiological features of an individual. This is a system which maintains the attendance records of st udents automatically. In this designing of an efficient module that comprises of a fingerprint sensor to manage the att endance records of students. This module enrol l s the student’s as well as staff’s fingerprints. This enrolling i s a onetime process and their fingerprints will be stored in the fingerprint sensor. During enr olling of fingerprints alone require s a system since it is a onetime process. After enrolling process gets completed disconnect the module from the system and in sert a battery into the module. This will provide power when the module is not connected with the system. The presence of each students will be updated in a database.
CURRENT PERSPECTIVE ON SOLVENT FREE ANALYSIS IN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Jignesh S. Shah*, Priti V. Patel and Dr. Dilip G. Maheshwari Sample preparation is an essential step in Pharmaceutical analysis, greatly influencing the consistency and reliability of produced time and cost of analysis.Classical sample preparation methods are time consuming, tough, or limited to automate. Solid-Phase Microextraction (SPME) is a very simple and proficient, solventless sample preparation method in which extraction, concentration, (derivitisation) and transfer to the chromatograph are integrated into one step and device, which simplifying the sample preparation procedure. Solid-Phase Microextraction (SPME) was developed in 1990 using a fused silica fiber coated on the outside with appropriate stationary phase in which analyte in the sample is directly extracted to the fiber coating. Mainly two types of fiber techniques can be used to extract analyte Headspace (HS-SPME), where the fibers are exposed to the vapour phase above a gas, and direct immersion (DI-SPME), where the fiber is directly immersed in the samples. More innovative in-tube SPME recently has been established, which uses open tubular fused-silica capillary column instead of SPME fiber. SPME in combination with HPLC, GC, LC-MS, GC-MS, Electrospray ionization mass spectroscopy, Capillary electrophoresis is getting a wide adequacy as an analytical technique. These have in ordinate benefits over the classical sampling techniques, which are time consuming and have need of more samples and solvents.
An Extended Analysis of Gall Stones: Nagpur, India published in

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Arpit Bansal, Murtaza Akhtar, Ashwani Kumar Bansal Introduction: The impaired metabolism of cholesterol, bile acids & bilirubin, characterized by gallstone formation. The prevalence of cholelithasis varies and has been reported as 2% to 29% in different region of India and increased in the recent years. It is essential to know chemical composition of gal stone for better understanding of etiophatology which include quantization of total cholesterol bilirubin, fatty acid, bile acid, soluble proteins, oxalate and chloride, calcium, iron, phosphate (inorganic). The composition of these ingredients varied in different type of stone. Present study was oriented to find out the chemical composition of various stone received after cholycystectomy/and other clinical procedures. Objective: To study the chemical analysis of gallstones in relation to the type of diet. Material & Method: Department of Surgery at NPK Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Nagpur, from September 2010 to October 2012 on 50 patients fulfilling the inclusion criteria of the study. Biochemical analysis of gallstones was recorded. Results: Overall chemical composition of gallstones has not changed in spite of life style changes. Cholesterol stones had significantly higher concentration of total cholesterol, inorganic phosphorus, magnesium and phospholipids, Pigment stones had significantly higher concentration of bile acids and potassium while mixed stones had significantly higher concentration of bile acids, soluble proteins, calcium and magnesium.
To Study the Clinical and Radiological Outcomes of Closed Depressed Tibia Plateau Fracture Without the Use of a Bone Graft or A Bone Substitute published in

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Dr Rajiv Raj Choudhry, Dr Karan Choudhry Objective: This study was designed to evaluate the functional and radiological outcomes of patients with lateral condyle split depressed tibial plateau fractures treated with lateral periarticular plate without filling the void left by elevating the depressed fragments and a posteromedial buttress plate for medial condyle fracture if present. Methods: Seventy seven cases of complex (a.o.type B.3.1 and C.3.1) tibial plateau fractures were treated with lateral peri-articular plate and a postero-medial buttress plate for medial condyle if associated in our centre from 7th January 2008 to 8th March 2011 .Seventy seven patients were followed up for a period ranging from 29 months ( 16-43 months ) and evaluated for the radiological and final clinical outcomes by radiological measurement and by a standard questionnaire . Results: The x rays at the latest follow up did not show any late joint collapse despite the mode of fixation or failure of fixation .Lysholm scoring done at the final follow-up showed an overall mean having results good to excellent. Conclusion: Fixation with a peri articular proximal tibia plate gives adequate support to the subchondral bone without the need to fill the void with bone graft/bone substitute thus helps to achieve the goal which is bone union and thus reducing the morbidity and cost of the surgery.
A Rare Case of Kerosene Poisoning With Right Sided Pleural Effusion published in

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Dr. Putta Rajasekhar, Dr. Sivunisrilatha, Dr. Adinagesh, Dr. Vamsivihari Kerosene oil, a petroleum product, is a mixture of hydrocarbons contaminated with organic sulphur. Petrol, gasoline, Vaseline and paraffin are other related hydrocarbons. Lethal dose of kerosene oil is 30 to 100 ml. Kerosene ingested, intentionally or accidentally, is toxic. Data is scarce on complications and outcomes of hydrocarbon poisoning following kerosene aspiration in adults . There has been few known cases of right sided pleural effusion occurring due to it in literature.We, hereby, report a case of a right sided pleural effusion secondary to kerosene aspiration in a 15-year old female.
Magnetized anti-stiff fluid cosmological models in lrs bianchi type v universe with time dependent ? and variable magnetic parmeability published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Atul tyagi1 and Gajendra pal singh2 Some LRS Bianchi type V cosmological models with electromagnetic field and perfect fluid source obeying the equation of state p = ?? where 0 ?? ? 1,with time dependent cosmological term and variable magnetic permeability are investigated. For the complete determination of the models we assume that the expansion ? in the model is proportional to the shear ?. The magnetic field is due to an electric current produced along x-axis. Thus F23 is the only surviving component of the electromagnetic field tensor. Physical and geometrical features of the models are also discussed.
Study on the Absorption Mechanism of the Sediment to Phosphorus in Yangtze River Yibin Section published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Liu Ying, Li Yong, Jiang Yanxiong and Wang Dongmei Through laboratory study, the isothermal absorption characteristics and dynamics characteristics of sediment to phosphate in Yangtze River Yibin Section were analysed. The study shows that the absorption curve of sediment is in good compliance with Langmuir and Freundlich isothermal absorption curves, which means that the sediment can absorb the phosphate spontaneously, and the absorption is done by polymolecular layer, for which the maximum theoretical absorption amount is 13.969mg/g, and the empirical constant n>1, which shows the sediment in Yangtze River Yibin Section has great absorption activity. Through analysis of primary and secondary dynamics model, it shows that the absorption of phosphorus is divided into fast absorption and slow absorption period, and the secondary dynamics equation can simulate the process more accurately. Under different sediment and water ratio, the relative error of theoretical equilibrium concentration and experimental equilibrium concentration calculated from the equation is less than 5%.
Innovative Teaching- Empower the Pupils,Empower the Country published in

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Palash Roy, Partha Ghosh Teaching the most important instrument of the education. But question is that what is the innovative way of teaching? Actually here the researchers tries to think about the innovative way of teaching and how the innovative teaching can empower the pupils as well as empower the country?.Not only that the researchers also suggested some new methods to be make the teaching innovative. In this perspectives the researchers also concentrated on the traditional way of teaching and the modern trends of teaching.
Analysis of Performance Quality of Next Generation Protocol: IPv6 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Surbhi Khare | Ritesh Shrivastav Because of many-sided quality and size of ebb and flow Internet, how to secure the current speculation and diminish the negative impact to clients and specialist organizations amid the change from IPv4 to IPv6 is an imperative research theme for the future internet.IPv6 gives an extended deliver space to fulfill the future web prerequisites. A few methodologies for supporting Quality in best exertion IP systems have been produced and depicted in inquire about papers and articles and various research papers and ventures could show their feasibility with regards to IPv4 systems. Similar outcomes on a fundamental level ought to apply the instance of IPv6.In a web we realize that parcel postponement and misfortunes are the two essential parameters of IPv6 Quality measurements. In spite of the fact that these two parameters are not examined totally and furthermore as indicated by the best of our insight the development and advancement of extensive scale IPv6 deferral and misfortune execution has not beforehand investigated altogether. The initial step for the Quality tests was to settle on the tests would be performed what movement measurements would be utilized to assess them. The second step is to settle on the product apparatuses and applications that would be utilized to gauge, screen, and create the movement. In this paper we really think about IPv6 and IPv4 Quality metric issues like jitter, delay, misfortune execution, and way and passage disclosure. This paper exhibit and talk about the estimation philosophies and demonstrate that IPv6 ways have a more postponement and misfortune execution than their IPv4 partners. Surbhi Khare | Ritesh Shrivastav"Analysis of Performance Quality of Next Generation Protocol: IPv6" 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/ijtsrd8386.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/8386/analysis-of-performance-quality-of-next-generation-protocol-ipv6/surbhi-khare
Icthyodiversity and Species Richness of Chadwal Stream, Kathua District (Jammu & Kashmir) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Bipu Khajuria, Seema Langer, Seema Khan The present study encompasses Chadwal stream, diversity rich stream that falls in Chadwal area of Kathua district covering entire stretch in the plains. During the present study, a total of 19 species belonging to 4 families and 12 genera were recorded. Among the stations, family Cyprinidae formed the largest dominant family contributing 16 species (91%), followed by Nemachelidae (40%); Balitoridae (3%) and Channidae (2%) each contributing one species each. The Dominance index (D) estimated ranges 0.09 to 0.16 whereas the value of Simpson diversity index (I-D) ranged from 0.84-0.91. The values of Shannon-Weiner diversity ranged between 2.08-2.57. Also the physico-chemical parameters for water body were analyzed monthly and the values of all the parameters were found to be in permissible limits which support the growth and survival of fish.
Oesophageal cavernous haemangioma-A rare cause of dysphagia. published in

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Dr.M.Manimaran,Dr.S.Arul Prakash,Dr,N.S.Balaji Haemangioma of the oesophagus is uncommon in patients with benign oesophageal tumours. We present a patient with complaints of progressive dysphagia for 1 year duration. Endoscopic examination revealed a bluecoloured (approximately 5 cm in diameter) broad based, pedunculated submucosal tumour arising from just below cricopharynx extending down to the oesophagus , suggestive of polypoid lesion. However, a CT imaging scan did not give a typical image for oesophageal haemangioma. The impression was fibrovascular polyp with supraclavicular, mediastinal and axillary lymphadenopathy. Left cervical oesophagotomy with excision of tumour was performed. Histological examination of the resected tissue showed a cavernous haemangioma in the oesophagus and reactive hyperplasia of the resected lymphnodes. Even if oesophageal hemangioma is uncommon, careful consideration during endoscopy is required to avoid the misdiagnosis of varices.
Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans- A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Sujata S. Giriyan, Dr. Shilpa S. Bilagi Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP) is well differentiated, primary fibrosarcoma of the skin. These tumours are slow growing, and locally aggressive and can recur, they rarely metastasize. It presents typically at mid-adult life with a slight male predominance. The trunk and proximal extremities are the most frequent locations of the disease. It accounts for <0.01% of all malignancies and <0.1% of all the cutaneous neoplasms, with reported incidence being 0.8 cases per million-persons. Radical wide local excision of the tumor along with surrounding area and subcutaneous tissue is the mainstay of treatment to avoid local recurrence. We report a case of DFSP over left popliteal fossa.
INVITRO ANTI INFLAMMATORY AND ANTICANCER POTENTIAL FROM THE ACETONE EXTRACT OF FRUIT OF PHYLLANTHUS ACIDUS. L published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Padma Priya* and T.V. Poonguzhali P. acidus, locally named as Arbaroi in Bangladesh and gooseberry or star gooseberry in India, is an edible small yellow berries fruit in the Phyllanthaceae family. To evaluate invitro anti inflammatory and anticancer potential from the acetone extract of fruit of Phyllanthus acidus. L. anti inflammatory activity was evaluated using membrane stabilizing activity method. The cytotoxic effect was determined against the cancer cell lines (A549) using MTT assay. The extracts inhibited significant anti inflammatory and anticancer activities at dose dependent manner. Acetone extract showed superior activity which was comparable with standard drugs. At a concentration range of 2- 10?g/mL it protects the human erythrocyte membrane against lysis induced by hypertonic solution. At a concentration of 10 ?g/mL the P. acidus fruit extract produced 74.1% inhibition of RBC haemolysis as compared with 80.01% produced by diclofenac sodium. Anticancer activity was found to be concentration dependent. At 1000 ?g/mL concentration of P.acidus cell death was observed with least value of 14.2% respectively. The IC50 value of fruit extract of P. acidus was found to be 61.5 ?g/mL respectively.
The Profession of the Living God in Question published in

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Dr Madhubrata Mohanty This article is an attempt made by the author in the form of an appeal to the noblest professionals of this world,i.e., the doctors, whom we consider as the living God, to be kind enough towards their patients while treating them. The profession of the doctors is considered as the noblest one because since the inception of the human civilization people consider them as their savior from all kinds of sufferings and miseries next to God. The relationship between a doctor and a patient is that of a fiduciary relationship means a relationship of trust and confidence which should not be betrayed by any of the parties, but now days there is a drastic decline in the standard of the medical profession that results increasing number of litigations against the doctors for being negligent.In this paper the author has tried to show the instances of medical negligence which brought the Godly profession in the dock through the judicial response to the sensitive issue. The matters relating to medical negligence were always dealt under the provisions of various penal laws but with the efflux of time the long pendency of cases in the regular courts lead to think for an alternative remedy by the judiciary which ultimately took the shape after the judgment of theSupreme Court in the case of Indian Medical Association v. V. P. Shantha& others that held that the medical practitioners of government hospitals, private hospitals as well as nursing homes are covered under the consumer law and thus could also be tried under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), 1986. This judgment of far reaching importance is found to be much helpful for theaggrieved patients because of the facts that theydo not have to wait for years together and to spend considerable amount of money in getting the relief.
Combinatorial Enumeration of Chiral and Achiral Graphs of [M.N] Paracyclophanes with A Binary Heteropolysubstitution published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Robert M. NEMBA An algorithm is given for combinatorial enumeration of any [m.n]-paracyclophane symbolized by the empirical formula 0 1 2 f2CjHq Xq Yq satisfying the conditions 2 i i=0 2j+8=?q and where q0 , q1 and q2 are respectively the number of hydrogen atoms and the degrees of heteropolysubstitution of binary type X and Y which represent non isomerisable substituents. The mathematical model based on the concept of the averaged weight of permutations controlling the chirality and the achirality fittingness of molecules, allows a fast an selective computation of the number of chiral and achiral stereo and position isomers of such polycyclic hydrocarbons having two phenyl rings tethered at para position by two carbon bridges of unequal lengths
Para Politikası Şokları ve Hisse Senedi Getirileri İlişkisi (The Relationship Stock Returns and Monetary Policy Shocks) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Emine Kaya In terms of the monetary transmission mechanism, one of the canals of influence of the monetary policy on the economy is the stock market. Determining the relationship between monetary policy actions and stock market is important in terms of the monetary transmission actions. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of monetary policy shocks as a basic economic shocks on stock markets. In the study, predicting Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium model was carried out within framework of Bayesian Approach. The relationship between monetary policy shocks and stock market was investigated by causality analysis. Obtained findings indicate that there is bilateral relation between monetary policy shocks and stock returns.
A REVIEW OF RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN TAIWAN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shyi - Min Lu With limited indigenous conventional energy resources, Taiwan imports over 97% of its energy supply from foreign countries, mostly from the Middle East. Developing independent renewables is thus of priority concern for the Taiwanese government. A medium subtropical island surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Taiwan has enormous potential to develop various renewables, such as solar energy , biomass energy, wind power, geothermal energy, hydropower, etc. According to the estimation, the total renewable energy reserve is about 194 GW, which equals to 4 times of national installed power capacity in 2015, e.g., 48.7 GW, so Taiwan has abundant r enewable energy resources indeed. However, owing to the importance of conventional fossil energy in generating exceptionally cheap electricity, renewable energy has not yet fully developed in Taiwan, resulting from a lack of market’s competition. I n 20 16 , after the new government came to power, the Bureau of Energy (BOE) Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) set up an active promotion goal for the renewable energies (RE) in Taiwan: t he total RE power capacity will be 20 % share of the national power installati on capacity by 20 25 . In the meantime, the four inherent shortcomings — low energy density, high cost of power generation, instability of power supply, and current cost of renewable energy being still higher than that of fossil energy — have to be overcome firs t, before renewable energy is actually formed as a main component in national energy mix. The development of renewable energy not only contributes to the independence of energy supply, but also achieves the benefits of economic development and environmenta l protection. This study reviews the current status, achievements, polices and future plans in these areas for Taiwan.
THE CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF ROOTS OF COLEUS FORSKOHLII AGAINST DALTONS ASCITIS LYMPHOMA (DLA) CELLS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Malarvizhi A* and 2Sivagami Srinivasan Assessment of the body weight and survival time in DLA induced mice treated with methanolic extract of roots of Coleus forskohlii showed a reduction in body weight by 24.4 percent, compared to DLA control mice and a significant increase in life span to 22.5 percent. The chloroform fraction of the methanolic extract inhibited the cell proliferation of DLA cell lines with IC50 of 13.5?g/ml. In MTT assay the percentage cell viability of DLA cells against the Coleus forskohlii extract showed that the percentage of viable cells is reduced to 49.21% at 5 ?g concentration and is further reduced as the concentration of the extract increases and the percentage of viable DLA cells is only 13.54% at 40 ?g concentrations, indicating the toxicity of the extract towards the DLA cells.
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.
Removal of Pb (Ii) Ion from Aqueous Solutions using Raw and Modified Pinus Sylvestris Sawdust published in

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S. M. N. Moalla, N. Hassan, A. M. Omar, N. M. Hosny The present study describes the adsorptive removal of Pb(II) ions from aqueous solutions by raw sawdust (R-SD) and sawdust modified with urea (U-SD) or thiourea (TU-SD). Adsorption experiments were carried out using a batch technique. The influences of solution pH, contact time, initial lead concentration, and adsorbent dose on the removal efficiency have been investigated. Langmuir and Freundlich adsorption isotherms fit well in the experimental data and their constants were evaluated. The results obtained in this study showed that sawdust modified with urea or thiourea has higher removal efficiencies (97.0-98.3%) for removal of Pb(II) from aqueous solutions in the Pb(II) concentration range of 10-50 mg/L compared to those of raw sawdust (86.7-95 %) used in this study. The results of treatment of some polluted water samples showed that the amount of lead reduced from 1.10 0.02 mg/L to 0.55 0.02; 0.46 0.02 and 0.36 0.02 by application of raw sawdust (R-SD), urea modified sawdust (U-SD) and thiourea modified sawdust (TU-SD), respectively. These facts suggest that the raw and modified sawdust present high potential to remove heavy metals from wastewaters.
An appraisal of topic based integrated learning program in 1st MBBS students of Ashwini Rural Medical College. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Prafull Kamble, Dr. Vandana Kamble, Dr. Anjali Gosavi Anatomy and Physiology are considered to be the core subject as far as basic medical sciences for medical undergraduates is concerned. A multi-disciplinary integration was established and a topic-based leaning module was introduced and conducted for the first time in our institution, Ashwini Rural Medical College, Hospital & Research Center (ARMCH&RC), Solapur. Our study was designed to introduce horizontal integration for 1st MBBS students onto a topic of Pancreas which was planned, integrated and conducted in our institution by the Departments of Anatomy and Physiology. A pre-ILP and post-ILP MCQ exam was conducted, to assess the effectiveness of the new integrated learning program. Students feedback was collected and analyzed. 92% of students agree that integrated to be more interesting, 78% agree integrated lectures to be less confusing, 94% agree that integrated lectures help them to understand the topic better than traditional teaching and 91% agree that integrated lectures help them in answering questions in their exams. 79% have agreed to implement current practice of integration. Thus an integrated learning program is feasible within a conventional medical curriculum of an Indian medical college.
Progressive Type-II censored Sampling for Estimating Scale Parameter published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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T. Leo Alexander In this paper, assuming that sample is obtained through progressive Type II right censoring scheme, we obtain Minimum Risk Equivariant(MRE) estimator for the parameter of the uniform model in three situations based on the recent results of Leo Alexander andChandrasekar(1999a) obtained for Type-II right censored sample . The paper is organized as follows: Section 2 deals with the problem of equivariant estimation under Squared error loss function, Absolute error loss function and Linex loss function (Varian, 1975).
Role of Different Factors Associated with Incidence of Breast Cancer: A Review published in

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Dr. Firdous Ansari, Dr. Ashutosh Kumar Dixit Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality globally. It is the second most common cancer among Indian women. This study is a critical review of literature which includes different aspects viz. socio-economic and demographic factors,use of oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy and knowledge attitude and practice of breast self examination. In the last section of the study discussion is made for further research point of view. Discussion On the basis of studies considered, we come to know that in late seventies and eighties, there was a great lack of awareness about breast health and after around one century western world started to become aware about the BC. Today we know several risk factors of this disease but it seems that there is a need to work in such a way that can predict the risk of getting BC on the basis of information for combination of different risk factor for example for a women of a particular age at menarche, given age at marriage and given age at first full term pregnancy, what would be the risk that she will diagnosed with BC in premenopausal or in postmenopausal years?
SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF SERTRALINE AND ALPRAZOLAM IN ITS BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM BY RP-HPLC METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M.Divya2, 1 Gandla.KumaraSwamy*, 1R.Suthakaran. A simple, accurate, rapid and precise isocratic reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic method has been developed and validated for simultaneous determination of Sertaline and Alprazolam in tablets. The chromatographic separation was carried out on an cosmosil packed column 5c-18 ms II (2504.6 i.d ) with a mixture of acetonitrile: methanol: phosphate buffer pH 3 adjusted with orthophosphoric acid (20:50:30, v/v) as mobile phase; at a flow rate of 1.0 ml/min. UV detection was performed at 239 nm. The retention times were 4.915 and 8.056 min. for Sertaline and Alprazolam respectively. Calibration plots were linear (r2>0.998) over the concentration range 10-60 ?g/ml for setraline and 10-60 ?g/ml Alprazolam. The method was validated for accuracy, precision, specificity, linearity, and sensitivity. The proposed method was successfully used for quantitative analysis of tablets. No interference from any component of pharmaceutical dosage form was observed. Validation studies revealed that method is specific, rapid, reliable, and reproducible. The high recovery and low relative standard deviation confirm the suitability of the method for routine determination of Sertaline and Alprazolam in bulk drug and tablet dosage form.
Remote Administrative Trojan/Tool (RAT) published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Manjeri N. Kondalwar, Prof. C.J. Shelke? Remote Administration Tool (RAT) allowing a potentially malicious user to remotely control the system. A Remote Administration Tool is remote control software that when installed on a computer it allows a remote computer to take control of it. A Remote Administration Trojan (RAT) allows an attacker to remotely control a computing system and typically consists of a server invisibly running and listening to specific TCP/UDP ports on a victim machine as well as a client acting as the interface between the server and the attacker. The most common means of infection is through email attachments. The developer of the virus usually uses various spamming techniques in order to distribute the virus to unsuspecting users. Malware developers use chat software as another method to spread their Trojan horse viruses such as Yahoo Messenger and Skype. Remote Administration Trojans (RATs) are malicious pieces of code often embedded in lawful programs through RAT-sanction procedures. They are stealthily planted and help gain access of victim machines, through patches, games, E-mail attachments, or even in legitimate-looking binaries. Once installed, RATs perform their unexpected or even unauthorized operations and use an array of techniques to hide their traces to remain invisible and stay on victim systems for the long haul.
Maximum Voluntary Contraction of Muscle, Body Composition & Ergoreflex in Adult Male Cancer Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mavneen Kaur Cancer is a disease in which a group of cells display unregulated growth. Almost half of all the cancer patients show a syndrome of cachexia. Ergoreflex is a peripheral reflex originating in skeletal muscles. Metabolic abnormalities in skeletal muscles with early acidosis and accumulation of catabolites on exercise, have been shown to be responsible for their enhanced activity. So the aim of the study is to see if there is any association between peripheral muscle wasting and Ergoreflex. In the present study it was observed that muscle mass was significantly reduced in cancer patients. Also there was statistically significant decrease in mid arm circumference in experimental group. changes in body composition are also an important indicator adjuvant index in the assessment of cachexia. Education about risk factors, early detection, treatment and palliative care can be helpful in decreasing the incidence as well as morbidity and mortality of the disease.
Awareness on Domestic Violence Against Women and Related Health Outcomes in a Hill District of Nepal published in

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Mr. Damaru Prasad Paneru Violence against women is a socio-health issue. Its various forms are pervasive in distribution. Objective: To investigate married womens awareness related to domestic violence and health outcomes among women in Dadeldhura district of Nepal. This was a cross-sectional study; conducted during May-August 2013 among 384 married women of reproductive age in Dadeldhura district of Nepal. About 78% had heard of violence. Discriminations were major form of violence (69.6%). Mass media was the major source of information regarding violence related matters. Intimate partner was the main (63.81%) perpetrators of violence. Major reasons for violence are substance abuse, insufficient dowry, birth of female child and inter-caste marriage. Only one-third of victimized woman shouts help after incident and access care (21.2%). Majority of the respondents stated that physical damage and psychological disorders are the main consequences of violence. Womens empowerment and awareness activities are useful to curb down violence against women.
Tribological properties in electrodeposition of Ni-TiO2 composite coating on tungsten carbide cutting tool published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAJINDER BHOGAL AND JATINDER KAPOOR In this paper tribological and electrochemical surface properties of Tungsten Carbide cutting tool substrate coated with Ni-Tio2 composite layer via electrocodeposition technique have been studied. The failure modes mechanism was observed via optical microscopy. Results from X-ray Diffractrometry (XRD) analysis revealed that the peaks of XRD pattern corresponding to Ni and TiO2. During electrodeposition effect of current density, pH vale of watts solution on microhardness of the composite layer have been studied. The grain structure of composite layer is characterized using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Microhardness of the composite layer was investigated using Vickers microhardness tester. The surface morphology of Ni-Tio2 coated layer shows the deposition of fine grained structures at low currents with higher microhardness value and better adhesiveness with substrate. Moreover at constant temperature and time of deposition, the coating thickness increases with increase in current
A Study on Environmental Responsibilities among Higher Secondary School Students published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. R. Geetharani | Mr. K. Somasundaram This research explores interconnection between environmental values and environmental responsibility among young people. Basic question of this study was whether and to which degree the environmental values influence the development of the environmental responsibility? By answering on this question, we want to provide guidelines for educational activities in schools which aim to develop environmental awareness among the Tamil nadu school students. The survey covered a sample of 300 students from primary and secondary government schools from Coimbatore. Students were tested on a five point type scales which examined environmental responsibility and environmental values. To assess the reliability and validity of the scales standard statistical procedures were used. The results of our study confirmed positive linear dependence between environmental values and environmental responsibility. On the basis of students environmental values 48% of their environmental responsibility can be predicted On the basis of our results, it is possible to conclude that students who believe that efficient functioning of society and the survival of life on the Earth is unimaginable without environmental protection, display desirable attitudes towards environmental responsibility. The obtained results may help to identify future directions of formal education activities regarding the improvement of personal environmental responsibility among young people. Ms. R. Geetharani | Mr. K. Somasundaram"A Study on Environmental Responsibilities among Higher Secondary School Students" 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/ijtsrd14197.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/14197/a-study-on-environmental-responsibilities-among-higher-secondary-school-students/ms-r-geetharani
“ANALYSIS OF BARRIERS & BOTTLENECK OF MO published in

4D International journal of Management And Science

Published by Ashok Kumar Sinha &Nisha Singh
ASHOK K.SINHA1 NISHA SINGH2 This paper deals with the Barriers & bottleneck of mobile companies in relation to their customers. In the era of globalization each and every sector of business became very critical. Removal of barriers & bottleneck is very crucial in the growth of a company and thus it has become very important for the survival of Mobile Companies business. In the last few years, the number of subscribers to Mobile/cellular phones has tremendously increased, quickly exceeding those of fixed lines and have become twice more diffused than fixed lines. Besides affordability, there are some other barriers which arise due to many factors like per capita income, occupation of the villager, distance from the market & presence of electricity. The
DIRECT AND INVERSE PIEZOELECTRIC EFFECT OF PZT-5H DISC BENDERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Viswanath. K. Allamraju * In this paper presented a direct and inverse piezoelectric calculations of lead zirconate titanate(PZT) disc at different resonance frequencies such as frequency constant, capacitance, static displacement and static voltages under variable forces. These are the basics for analytical studies and the design of a energy harvesters by using ambient vibrations. The static displacement is very small for PZT-5H when the voltage is applied. It comes under inverse piezoelectric effect. If the applied voltage is 10 V for the disc of 32 mm diameter and 2 mm thickness the change in displacement is 3.47 x 10-6 mm. And also concluded with the effect of voltage constant(g33) in generating the static voltage which plays very important key role. Simulation work is done in COMSOL5.0.
The Revival of the Hybrid: Exploring Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies as a Short Story Cycle published in

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Archana Verma Singh Interlinked short stories or The Short Story Cycle has witnessed a revival in the modern era. The Short Story Cycle, which lies in between the novel and the short story, shares characteristics of both these genres. Jhumpa Lahiris collection of nine short stories can be seen as a Short Story Cycle. These stories depictthe lives of mainly Bengali Indian immigrants and their struggle to cope in an alien world.
An Overview: Optimal Location of TCSC for Enhancing Line Loadability Using Heuristic Techniques published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vikas Dadheech, Umashankar Vishnoi Todays power systems are increase in size and complexity due to increase in demand. So the modern power systems are prone to failures and system will become less secure. Failures can result in widespread blackouts with potentially serve social and economic problems. Power system security is the most concerned aspect, which is given at most importance in present days. A new technology based on power electronics devices knows as Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System (FACTS) devices are introduced to control the active and reactive power flow and also regulates the bus voltage resulting in an increased transfer capability, low system losses, improved stability and security
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES IN BELARUS: REVIEW OF THE FIRST STAGE OF IMPLEMENTATION IN 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�
Milkota Nataliya The article focuses on research of the peculiarities of implementing the mechanism of public procurement in the area of social services in Belarus. The goal is to analyse the process and the outcomes of implementing the mechanism of public procurement in the area of social services in Belarus in 2013-2015, reveal the problems encountered and suggest the solutions. The research was conducted based the study of documentation available and the use of common logical methods such as analysis, synthesis, comparison, generalisation, abstraction, extrapolation, etc. The finding of the research was that introduction of the mechanism of public procurement in social sphere is one of the most promising instruments for reforms in the system of social services. This mechanism will allow increasing the efficiency of budget spent and attracting private funds to resolve social problems. However, the innovative nature of this instrument for social sphere Belarus requires analyzing principles of legislation in the area of public procurement, considering the opinions of all stakeholders involved and ensuring that all methodological materials are available. As a result, problems encountered by state commissioners and social services providers during various stages of the implementation of public social procurement have been revealed: at the initial stage when the main challenge is to find the most important social problems to be addressed, to specify the solution required and document it in the appropriate assignment; at the stage when the competition is held and winners are selected; at the stage of control and results assessment. Recommendations on improving the mechanism of public procurement in the area of social services based on the results of the first stage of its implementation in Belarus are one more important outcome of the research. The findings can be used by local administrations (commissioners) and social services providers for increasing the efficiency of public procurement as well as state authorities for enhancing the legislation in the area of social services and public procurement.
Isolation of Protease Producing Bacteria from Soil and Genomic Library Construction of Protease Gene published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Amandeep Kaur 1, Seema Ahuja2 * and Geetika Sharma3 Six soil samples were collected from various areas of Chandigarh and Kharar, out of which 3 were waste soil samples and 3 garden soil samples. In all, 16 isolates from the garden soil and the waste soils were processed for the isolation of bacterial species. Bacillus was selected as the major producer of proteases. The optimum temperature and pH for the growth of this genera was found to be 45C and 7 respectively by Well Assay Method. Gram staining and microbial study of microorganisms was done to determine the species. The screened microbial colonies revealed the protease producing species of Bacillus. A genomic DNA library was constructed and screened to obtain the corresponding protease gene. It is revealed from the present study that this protease shows high activity on skimmed milk plates by generating a clear zone of hydrolysis.
In Vitro Assessment of Two Systemic Fungicides Against the Mango Pathogen of Malda, West Bengal, India published in

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Swapan Kumar Chowdhury The aim of this study is to highlight on the use of systemic fungicides (Carbendazim, Mancozeb) toprevent the damage of mango by various fungal pathogen of mangoes and help for better Mango production in Malda. At first, nine fungal organisms (Alternaria sp., Colletotrichum sp., Curvularia sp., Penicilium sp., Fusarium sp., Aspergillus sp.,) are culturedin slants. Concentration of two fungicides namely Mancozeb & Carbendazim are prepared which contain 25 g/ml weighted Mancozeb & 10g/ml carbedazim. Mancozeb conc. are control (0), 500, 1500, and 2500. & Carbendazim conc. are control (0), 10,100,1000. Firstly 9 ephendroff tubes are taken. Then in each tube water and mixture of fungicides are poured. In another nine tubes spore suspension are prepared with help of water of the fungal organism. Then I take four groove slides for each fungicide thats mean for each fungal organisms eight groove slides are used. The results shown under electron microscope under 10X that in 0 concentration many germ tubes are formed but in case of Carbendazim 0-1000 concentration germ tubes are increased and incase of Mancozeb 0-2500 concentration germ tubes are decreased
INTERNAL MARKETING APPROACH IN QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION: A MODEL SUGGESTION FOR THE TURKISH EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

Published by PressAcademia
Husniye Ors Internal marketing, a concept with an increasing importance in service marketing and which has become influential with the new perspectives provided by researchers has become an indispensible philosophy that contains marketing and human resources. Internal marketing, which is an approach that views the jobs loads of the administration of an organization as products, is the philosophy of treating employees as customers and it is a strategy of shaping job-products to fit human needs. The emphasis of meeting human needs in the definition demonstrates the solution-oriented nature of internal marketing for all sectors and organizations. Education is a customer-comprehensive and effort-intensive activity within the service delivery system. Literature survey shows the exhaustion level is high both of teachers as service suppliers, and of students as service users in the Turkish educational system. Based on these results, the aim of this study is to create a model that will render the education service and present a solution to the exhaustion syndrome, narrowing the gap between the increasingly detached expectations from education and its outcomes, as well as improvement of the performance and quality of the educational service. The research is a theoretical framework based on secondary data resources. The outcomes of this study is expected to create a practical model that will improve the performance and quality of the educational service and adapt the science of marketing to the science of education.
Experimental Study of Surface Roughness in CNC Turning Using Taguchi and ANOVA published in

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovation (IJARI)

Published by IJARI
Ranganath M.S., Vipin, Kuldeep, Rayyan, Manab, Gaurav The work and study aims to optimize the Surface Roughness of material Mild Steel by varying the Cutting speed, Depth of cut and Feed Rate during turning operation carried out in CNC machine. The effect of cutting parameters on surface roughness was studied and analyzed by using Taguchi method and then followed by Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The ANOVA is used to optimize the results of experiments i.e., to find the minimum Surface Roughness. L27 orthogonal array design has been used for conducting the experiments in Taguchi design. The cutting tool used in this work is Carbide (CNMG-120408-TTR). The Talysurf instrument is used to measure Surface Roughness parameters (Ra, Rq, Rzdin, Rt, Ry and Sm). Ra parameter is used to determine Surface Roughness.
Evaluation of the Service Process to Students in the Payment Area Applying Simulation published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Gonzalez Torres Arturo | Romero Arellano Silvia | Chávez Hernández Noemí The present research work has the purpose of performing an evaluation of the service process to students in the payment area, for which a study was carried out employing a reliability of 95% with the simulation technique. A descriptive - analytical methodology was developed with a population sample of 68 students. The results obtained helped to measure in the first instance the service process, resulting in a 66.66% integral result; Also applied a study of activities that do not add value, the operating times were readjusted. With these recommendations it was possible to improve productivity to 100% in the process of service to students in the payment area. Gonzalez Torres Arturo | Romero Arellano Silvia | Chávez Hernández Noemí"Evaluation of the Service Process to Students in the Payment Area Applying Simulation" 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/ijtsrd2224.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/2224/evaluation-of-the-service-process-to-students-in-the-payment-area-applying-simulation/gonzalez-torres-arturo
Personal Income Taxes and Growth of Small Firms in Nigeria published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
John-Akamelu Racheal Chitom | Iyidiobi Felicia Cheluchi The study determines the effect of tax evasion and avoidance on personal income tax on small firms in Nigeria. The specific objectives are as follows: to determine the effect of personal income tax avoidance affects the growth of small firms in Nigeria and to ascertain the effect of personal income tax rates and tax evasion on the growth of small firms in Nigeria. Survey research design was adopted and one sample t-test was used to test the formulated hypotheses with aid of SPSS Version 20.0. The study found that personal income tax avoidance has no effect the growth of small firms in Nigeria. Another finding is that personal income tax rates and tax evasion affects the growth of small firms in Nigeria. Based on this, the study recommended among others that emphasis should be on enhancing direct assessment through capturing every eligible tax payer and small firms in the state, as it is only when you know the capacity of your people that you could plan successfully. John-Akamelu Racheal Chitom | Iyidiobi Felicia Cheluchi"Personal Income Taxes and Growth of Small Firms in Nigeria" 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/ijtsrd11051.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/strategic-management/11051/personal-income-taxes-and-growth-of-small-firms-in-nigeria/john-akamelu-racheal-chitom
A Comparative Study on Consumer'S Behaviour towards Organized and Unorganized Retailing in Central Chennai published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
D.Manimegalai | L.Saeeswari | S.Rathika | S.Ajitha | S.Sathiya Naveena Retailing consists of all activities involved in selling goods and services to consumers for their personal, family, or household use. It covers sales of goods ranging from automobiles to apparel and food products, and services ranging from hair cutting to air travel and computer education retailing is one of the largest sectors in the global economy. In India for a long time the corner grocery store was the only choice available to the consumers with the increasing demand of the customers spurred by changing trends, aspiring needs for variety, the traditional retail gave rise to modern retail format. The traditional food and grocery segment has seen the emergence of supermarkets/grocery chains, convenience stores and hypermarkets. At present India is rapidly evolving in to an existing and Competitive market place with potential target consumers in both the rich and middle class segments. Manufacturer owned and retail chain stores are springing up in urban area to market consumers goods in a style similar to that of mall in more affluent countries. Even though big retail chain like Crossroad, Saga and Shoppers stop are concentrating on the upper segment and selling products at higher prices, some like A.V Birla Retails. More, RPGs Spencers, Food World and Big Bazaars are tapping the huge middle class population. During the past two years, there has been tremendous amount of Interest in the Indian retail trade from global majors as well as over the years. An attempt is made in this article for now the consumer buying behaviour towards organized and unorganized retail outlets. D.Manimegalai | L.Saeeswari | S.Rathika | S.Ajitha | S.Sathiya Naveena "A Comparative Study on ConsumerS Behaviour towards Organized and Unorganized Retailing in Central Chennai" 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/ijtsrd2450.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/marketing/2450/a-comparative-study-on-consumers-behaviour-towards-organized-and-unorganized-retailing-in-central-chennai/dmanimegalai
A Review on Optimization of end Milling for Stainless Steel (AISI 316) published in

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Hardik G. Soni Quality and productivity play important role in todays manufacturing market. Now a days due to very stiff and cut throat competitive market condition in manufacturing industries. The main objective of industries reveal with producing better quality product at minimum cost and increase productivity. CNC end milling is most vital and common operation use for produce machine part with desire surface quality and higher productivity with less time and cost constrain. To obtain main objective of company regards quality and productivity. In the present research project an attempt is made to understand the effect of machining parameters such as cutting speed (m/min), feed rate (mm/min),depth of cut (mm), four no. of cutting flute that are influences on responsive output parameters such as Surface Roughness and Tool Wear by using optimization philosophy. The effort to investigate optimal machining parameters (Speed, Feed and Depth of cut) and their contribution on producing better Surface quality and higher Productivity
Agricultural water reforms versus climate changes published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Karim MH (Karim Koshteh) Water reform policy in many countries, which their economy mostly based on agricultural sector, is main preconditions for sustainable agricultural economic development. Since water is an important input in all economic sectors and particularly in agriculture, climate changes and water scarcity are more important to be considered in this millennium. Providing sufficient water for various uses is one of the main problems that most Developing Countries involved. Agricultural Water-reforms are vital while the multi-oriented issue of sustainability is of interest as well. The pros and cons of climate changes due to global warming and water-reform policy are discussed in this project. Keywords: Climate change, Agriculture, Water reforms, Sustainable development
STUDIES ON IONIC MASS TRANSFER IN AN ELECTROLYTIC CELL IN THE PRESENCE OF SEMICIRCULAR TEETHED PROMOTERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sravani Sameera.V*, Kavitha.G, Chitti Babu.N Limiting current densities were measured at copper microelectrodes fixed flush with the surface of a rectangular Perspex electrode support firmly fixed in an electrolytic cell. Semicircular teethed promoters were inserted at the bottom of the cell. The electrolyte was equimolal potassium ferricyanide, pota ssium ferrocyanide and excess sodium hydroxide. The mass transfer data were obtained using diffusion controlled reaction (reduction of ferricyanide ion). The mass transfer coefficient increased with increased flow rate of the electrolyte and height of the promoter and decreased with increase in spacing between the promoters. And the correlation obtained is J D = 60.1 R e - 0.66 (h/s) 0.13
Real Time 2D Garment Simulation on Wireframe Human Model published in

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R. Anil Kumar R.I. Sathya Real Time garment simulation environment has provided tremendous designing and manipulation of the garment directly on a virtual human model. This study provides an analysis on the garment style that was developed on a virtual human mesh model. The front, back and side posture of the Virtual Human model are snapped and this wire frame base on the human model is used as a guide to design the garment. The analysis of the garmented model provides a clear view on designing perspectives that human mesh models provides accurate pointing and scaling on the wireframe base which acts as a guide. The wireframe model provides accurate positioning and placing of the garment parts without any shape de-formality and unbalanced garment parts. Further these snapped wireframe image can be printed as an Adobe Acrobat document for direct manual rendering.
Performance and Optimization of Nox Reduction by Urea Spray Formation in SI Engines published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Venugopal A | Sathish Kumar. J | Satish Kumar. A Exhaust contains environmentally harmful pollutants such as oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter (PM).In order to control these exhaust pollutants engine after treatment technologies are being used in diesel engines. A urea selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is one of the promising after treatment devices for the abatement of exhaust emissions, particularly for NOx pollutants. The basic principal of emission reducing systems is to reduce the NOx pollutants by ammonia formed from urea. This project aims to analyse the NOx emissions from a petrol engine equipped with a Urea catalytic convertor using canister as a catalyst Venugopal A | Sathish Kumar. J | Satish Kumar. A"Performance and Optimization of Nox Reduction by Urea Spray Formation in SI Engines" 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/ijtsrd11423.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/11423/performance-and-optimization-of-nox-reduction-by-urea-spray-formation-in-si-engines/venugopal-a
Indias Defense - Technology Acquisition published in

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Dr. Nitin. J. Untwal In recent times India is exposed to low intensity conflict. India need to concentrate on increasing defense Acquisition capabilities to secure the territorial borders from enemy. The defense capabilities are upgraded and Acquisition of technologies for increasing Defence capabilities are under. The study focuses on the recent technological advancement made by way of technology acquisition process for copious preparedness of our armed forces capabilities
A Study on Teaching Effectiveness of Mathematics published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Y. Raghunatha Reddy | Dr. Shaik Thajoddin | Arif Khan, Dr. S.Makbul Hussain Mathematics is one of the core subjects in secondary education different modern concepts and methods are introduced in the syllabus of mathematics at secondary stage. The curriculum revision is being undertaken by the state department of education (SCERT) and the central department of education (NCERT) constantly and all the modern mathematics is incorporated at the secondary stage. The teacher education programs for preparing mathematics teachers are also strength and during the past to ducats whenever the curriculum is changes different researching programs such as refresher courses, seminars, workshops etc., are conducted to make true teaching of mathematics more effective in secondary schools.Hence in this paper it is proposed to undertake teacher wise and student wise analysis for this study keeping in view of certain variables like sex, locality, qualification, experience etc., and develop a tool to measure teaching effectiveness of mathematics teachers and also to understand the type of relationship between the teaching effectiveness and its relation to student achievement. The collected is analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics Dr. Y. Raghunatha Reddy | Dr. Shaik Thajoddin | Arif Khan, Dr. S.Makbul Hussain"A Study on Teaching Effectiveness of Mathematics" 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/ijtsrd141.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/statistics/141/a-study-on-teaching-effectiveness-of-mathematics/dr-y-raghunatha-reddy
Teaching Model of Learning English Writing published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Muhammad Usman The objective of this study is to produce a model of teaching English writing skill in an effective way for students of English Study Program in college. This research method is using the Research and Development (R & D). The teaching model arranged can be implemented conceptually and operationally. The model is developed based on the theories of learning writing. This research was conducted in Banda Aceh and the samples for determining the location specified in stratified sampling. This study was conducted at Serambi Mekkah University and Muhammadiyah University. Based on the research findings that the conditions of learning Model at UNMUHA and USM were not in accordance with the theory and practice. They need both theory and practice to review paragraphs and the composition should be coherent. The design of learning model, Implementation, and Evaluation could be developed in teaching writing skill for both Universities students.
Ossicular Reconstruction and Hearing Outcome published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Trupal Solanki, Dr Ankur Barot, Dr Nisharg Mehta, Dr Roma Gandhi, Dr Rohan Patel, Dr Rajesh Vishwakarma Aims & Objectives The purpose of this study was to evaluate the hearing outcome of ossicular reconstruction using 3 different materials namely auricular cartilage (chonchal and tragal), titanium prosthesis (total and partial replacement) and autologous bone (incus ) Material & Methods Prospective study was conducted in 40 patients with chronic suppurative otitis media with mastoidectomy with Tympanoplaty at Civil Hospital, Ahmedabad in year 2013-2014. 20 patients were reconstructed with cartilage, 20 with PORP & 20 with autologenous bone. Follow up was taken at 6 to 18 months post operatively. Results Pre operative air-bone gap was 35 to 60 dB. Out of 20 patients who were reconstructed with cartilage , 16 had AB gap less than 25 dB, 4 patient had AB gap less than 20 dB. Out of 20 patients who were reconstructed with bone, 14 had AB gap less than 25 dB, 6 patient had AB gap less than 20 dB. Out of 20 patients who were reconstructed with PORP, 5 had AB gap less than 25 dB, 15 patient had AB gap less than 20 dB. Conclusion Ossicular reconstruction with cartilage may have possibility of migration, adhesions with promontory and recurrent conductive hearing loss. Autologus bone (incus) restores the integrity of ossicular chain in most natural ways and improves hearing. Although chance of extrusion of titanium prosthesis is possible, but it provides better hearing outcome then cartilage and bone, therefore titanium prosthesis provides excellent alternative to currently accepted method.
CALCULATION OF COEFFICIENT OF PERFORMANCE IN VAPOUR COMPRESSION REFRIGERATION SYSTEM BY USING R600 REFRIGERANT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Umar Farooque*, Mr. Yogesh Parkhi This Synopsis deals with experimental investigation by using R600 refrigerant and to calculate the value of COP. We have all experienced a sensation of heat when passing behind a functioning refrigerator or air conditioner. The cause of this phenomenon is the air condenser, a heat exchanger made up of tubes with air fins attached to the back of the device. This is where the cooling fluid condenses by releasing its heat into the ambient air. To limit the system’s energy consumption, humidification processes were initiated. The principle consists of saturating the ambient air in contact with the exchanger by projecting fine water droplets. Humidification of the air intensifies the heat exchange on the air side and reduces the cooling fluid’s condensation temperature. This lowers the compression rate in the cooling cycle and improves the compressor’s consumption of electrical power
PERKEMBANGAN KONSTELASI POLITIK INTERNASIONAL DAN IMPLIKASINYA TERHADAP POLITIK HUKUM NASIONAL INDONESIA DALAM PEMBERANTASAN TERORISME published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Mardenis The problem of terrorism has now become one of the few global issues which are very much talked about and greatly affect international relations. Actually, when the United States (U.S.) makes the issue of terrorism as the main agenda of foreign policy (polugri) country and invite / pressing other countries to support it, almost all world countries basically agree, agree. The problem then arises when the execution was terrorism that will be the common enemy of mankind and must be fought together it is terrorism by political interests, and ideology economi U.S. Key words: Terrorism, global issue, US foreign policy, political, economy and ideology of US.
SCREENING OF SECONDARY METABOLITES, ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY FROM THE PETALS OF MORINGA OLEIFERA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Sumathy R1, Vijayalakshmi. M1, Deecaraman. M1, Sankaranarayanan S2, Bama P3.Ramachandran J4., Moringa oleifera is a small, fast-growing evergreen or deciduous tree and known for its various medicinal properties. The in vitro antimicrobial activity of aqueous methanol extract of Moringa oleifera petals was investigated against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Proteus vulgaris using the disc diffusion method. The methanol extract inhibited the growth of all the presently investigated bacteria with zone of inhibition between 12.4 23.4 mm at 20 ?l/ml whereas the minimum inhibitory effect of the methanol extract of Moringa oleifera petals was effective at the highest concentration (20 ?l/ml) against pathogenic microorganisms. Preliminary phytochemical analysis showed that the methanol extracts of Moringa oleifera petals contain flavonoids, tannins, saponins, alkaloids and glycosides. Studies have shown that the petals of Moringa oleifera may be a great natural source for the development of new drugs and might be useful for treating the bacterial diseases.
The Role of The Strikes in Industrial Relations published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. P. Venkata Ramana This study assesses the relationship among Industrial relation system characteristics, quality of work, life improvements, effortiveness, Industrial relation in a dynamic socio-economic process. It is a designation of a whole field of relationship that exist because of the necessary collaboration of men and women in the employment process of industry. This changing process becomes a continuous features in industrial system, the relationship between labour and management is based on mutual adjustment of interest.
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF HEAT TREATMENT ON THE PROPERTIES OF DUCTILE IRON AFTER ALLOYING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rajneesh Yadav*1, Dr Lokendra Pal Singh2 & Romiyo Mclin Jojowar Cast Iron, the first man – made composite, is at least 2500 year old. It remains the most important casting material, with over 70 % of the total world tonnage. The man for cast iron longevity are its wide range of mechanical and physical properties coupled with its competitive price. Ductile iron or popularly known as spherodized graphite iron (SGiron) is a special variety of cast iron having carbon content more than 3 % and has graphite present in compact, spherical shapes. These compact spheroid hamper the continuity of the matrix much less than graphite flakes which results in higher strength and toughness with a structure that resembles gray cast iron , thus imparting superior mechanical properties i.e. much higher than all other cast irons and which can be compared to steel .This unique property enables ductile iron to be used for numerous industrial applications .The excellent combination of mechanical properties obtained in S.G. iron can further be improved by the heat treatment . The most recent development in this regard is the production of Austempered Ductile Iron (ADI). It provides an excellent combination of high tensile strength, wear resistance along with good corrosion resistance and quite significant amount of ductility. Due to these factors, S.G. or ductile iron is austempered when a very favouurable combination of various properties is required. But this type of treatment is bit tricky, since it require controlled heating and isothermal holding of the material. So it is necessary to find some attractive methods for property development in S.G. iron.The present work is an attempt to study the properties enhancement of ductile iron by heat treatment. Normalizing, Austenitization, Quenching & Tempering, Austempering methods are applied to study the hardness, tensile strength, and impact strength of the material. The mechanical properties obtain by various technique have been compared to one another using two different grades of S.G. Iron (one with copper and another without copper). The effect of copper has been studied.
Community Managed Sustainable Agriculture : Initiatives in Andhra Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N. V. Madhuri Sustainable agriculture conserves our soil and water resources, protects our climate, enhances agro-diversity, ensures biodiversity, meets the demand for food and safeguards livelihoods. In short, it ensures that the environment thrives, the farm is productive, the farmer makes a net profit and society has enough nutritious food. Community Managed Sustainable Agriculture(CMSA) is one such initiative which is implemented in the state of Andhra Pradesh through the women SHGs and their federations. This paper highlights the major initiatives taken up under the project and their impact on the farmers.
Effect of organic amendments on microbial population and enzyme activities of soil published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
P. KUMARI, G. K. MATHANKER, B. SHARMA1 AND B. R. MAURYA The organic sources FYM, sludge, poultry manure, fresh cow dung and leaves & twigs of Lantana camera have potential as soil amendments and can augment microbial population and enzyme activities. Sludge has the maximum capacity to increase population of fungi (21cfu104 /g soil) and actinomycetes (30cfu105/ g soil) both at 45 DAI followed by FYM. FYM exibits their potential to raise bacterial population (47 cfu106 /g soil) at 45 DAI. Sludge follows FYM in regards to bacterial population. FYM elaborates maximum dehydrogenase activity (24g TPF g-1 soil day -1) at 45 DAI followed by fresh cow dung. Sludge induces maximum urease activities (364 g urea hydrolyzed g-1 soil h-1) at 45 DAI. So far as phosphatase activity is concerned, it shows maximum under poultry manure (49mmol p-nitrophenol g-1 soil h-1) at 30 DAI followed closely by fresh cow dung (48mmol p- nitrophenol g-1 soil h-1 also at 30 DAI).
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF NIMORAZOLE TABLET DOSAGE FORM BY UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A Santosh Kumar Sreevatsav*, N.Mamatha, MD.Fiaz, W.A.Karthikayan, G.Latha A new U.V.spectophotometric method was developed and validated as per ICH guidelines for the quantitative determination of nimorazole. The solvent used is mixture containing acetonitrile:water(50:50).The wavelength corresponding to maximum absorbance of the drug was found to be 302nm. Beers law was observed in the concentration range of 5-25?g/ml. The method was validated for several parameters like accuracy, precision, robustness as per ICH guidelines. The values of relative standard deviation and %assay were found to be satisfactory indicating that the proposed method is precise and accurate and hence can be used in the routine analysis of nimorazole in bulk and pharmaceutical formulations.
Design of a Full Adder using PTL and GDI Technique published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
J.Dhanasekar1, S.Sarmila2, Anila Ramachandran3, S.Rathimeena4 Assistant Professor, ECE dept, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India1 ME VLSI Design, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India2 ME VLSI Design, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India3 ME VLSI Design, Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Coimbatore, India4 In this paper an area and power efficient 9T adder design has been presented by hybridizing PTL and GDI techniques. The proposed adder design consists of 5 NMOS and 4 PMOS transistors. A PTL based 5T XOR-XNOR module has been proposed to improve area at 130nm technology. The proposed Hybrid full adder design is based on this area efficient 5T XOR-XNOR module design. Different logic functions can be implemented by only two transistors by using Gate diffusion input (GDI) approach. To improve area and power efficiency a cascade implementation of XOR module has been avoided in the proposed full adder. XOR-XNOR modules outputs act as input to Carry and Sum module which has been implemented by the GDI MUX. GDI approach is suitable for design of high speed, power efficient circuits with improved logic level swing and static power characteristics using a reduced number of transistors as compared to CMOS techniques. Simulations have been performed using tanner tool and Result shows that the proposed adder has an improvement of 62% in power over Existing Parallel Self-timed Adder (PASTA).
PERKARA PERCERAIAN YANG DIPUTUS DENGAN VERSTEK published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sanyoto The court changed the divorce of a model and also an announcer Andhara Early to her husband Chesa in the Islamic Court of south Jakarta. This divorce was granted by the justice of the supreme court. This case is very interesting because the accused whom his place has been known and has been called three times properly kept his mind not to attend on the court session. Although has been called properly according to the article 125 HIR/149 RBg the absent of the accused on the court session gave the authority to the judge decided his thought vertically.His thought of the decision was depended on the accusation which is proposed on the court session and was supported by the rational argumentation of accusation. The Authentication from the plaintif ascertained the judge that the rational argumentation could be proved, with the result that the judge granted the accusation of divorce.This cose showed that the process of the court meeting by the absent of the accused made the divorce went fast. Kata Kunci : cerai, Verstek
Integrated effect of irrigation methods and nutrient management practices on yield and water use efficiency of papaya (Carica papaya L.) published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
B. R. NAYAK, N. PANIGRAHY AND A. K. DASH An experiment was conducted at the Regional Research Technology and Transfer Station, Chiplima, Sambalpur during 2009, 2010 and 2011 to study the response of papaya to different irrigation methods and nutrient management practices. The experiment was comprised with three irrigation methods (I - Drip irrigation, I - Basin irrigation with straw mulch and I - Basin 1 2 3 irrigation without straw mulch) in the main plots and three levels of nutrients management practices such as N - 100% inorganic 1 source ( RDF-100:80:120g of N:P O :K O plant-1 year-1), N - 100% organic source (FYM 15.0 t ha-1 + vermicompost 5.0 t ha-1 + 2 5 2 2 neemcake 0.5 t ha-1) and N -integrated nutrient management (75% inorganic source + 25% organic source) in the sub-plots with 3 four replications in a split plot design. Pooled analysis of three yearsdata indicated that basin irrigation with straw mulch (I ) 2 recorded highest fruit yield of 23.17 t ha 1 with water requirement of 205.43cm and water use efficiency of 112.78 kg ha-cm-1. Integrated nutrient management practice comprised of 75% inorganic source + 25% organic source (N ) recorded the highest 3 fruit yield of 22.31t ha-1. The basin irrigation with straw mulch and exploitation of integrated nutrient tactics comprised of 75% inorganic+25% organic source produced maximum papaya fruit yield of 24.32 t ha-1 due to better soil health.
Benthic Insect Abundance and Distribution in A Polluted Pond published in

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Habeeba A. Kabeer, Saltanat Parveen The present work aims to analyze benthic insect abundance and species composition in a polluted pond. Sediment and water samples were collected monthly over one year-cycle (20092010). The distribution and abundance of benthic insects was affected by a number of ways. Multivariate statistical analysis of data was done to calculate the effect of environmental variables on benthic insect distribution during different months. Canonical correspondence analysis were plotted which clearly detected physicochemical factors (water temperature, conductivity, total dissolved solids, conductivity, organic carbon, organic matter, etc.) relation with benthic insects. Along-this pond variation of the benthic insect with climatic factors was well assessed, Ephemeroptera was highly affected by composition of clay, organic matter, total solids, water temperature and nitrate concentration whereas Hemiptera showed high positive correlation with calcium and dissolved oxygen. Diptera is one of the most dominating group among all another groups. Presence of high abundance of Chironomus larvae showed polluted condition of this pond.
PREVENTION OF DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER PREMATURE FAILURES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Tarini Dewangan , Miss Pragya Patel This paper deals with three types of Distribution Transformer failure analysis tests which can help in monitoring the Distribution Transformers condition. The three methods are Conventional oil test, Furan derivatives test, and Markov models criteria. Conventional oil testing procedures determine the gas concentrations in the Distribution Transformers oil sample and analyzing the defect by considering the ratio of two suitable gasses. Furan derivative analysis includes determination of Furan derivatives present in the Distribution Transformers oil sample and helps in deciding the Distribution Transformers insulation condition. A computer program was developed for the Hidden Markov model, which helps in finding out the fault probability of the Distribution Transformer. Here, we demonstrate the application of these three methods on a 132/33kV, 15MVA Distribution Transformer from CSEB substation, Korba Bilaspur, India, under three different conditions namely healthy, moderately deteriorated and extensively deteriorated conditions and results obtained.
Host Parasite Relationship: Sengasp. (Dollfus, 1934) In Association With Naturally Infected Freshwater Host Fish Channapunctatus (Bl.) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Pinky Kaur1, Rekha Shrivastav2, T. A. Qureshi1, Susan Manohar1, J.D. Saroch1 and Shivani Sharma1 Present study was conducted to investigate the host-parasite relationship between the naturally infected freshwater murrel, Channapunctatus in association with a pseudophyllideacestode species, Senga sp. In all 175 specimens of Channapunctatus were examined, out of which 60 were found infected by pseudophyllideacestode, Senga sp. (Dollfus, 1934). A creamy white worm, measuring 36.2 48.0 mm in length and were recovered from the intestine. The site occupied by the parasite is preferentially the midgut and hindgut region of the intestine but in heavily infected fish the parasites occur throughout the entire length of the gut. The total prevalence (%), mean intensity and relative abundance were calculated to be 35.62 13.77, 2.68 1.08 and 1.07 0.60, respectively. The cestode exhibited a clear seasonality, with maximum prevalence during summer season of the year and moderate in winter season. Prevalence and mean intensity were higher in the larger host size groups than in the smaller one and female hosts were found more infected then males.
STUDY ON MOLDOVAN BANKS SECURITIES PORTOFOLIO published in

Journal of Research on Trade, Management and Economic Development (JRTMED)

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Rodica HINCU,Marcelina ROSCA Investment in securities, along with bank loans, represents a significant source of bank earnings and generally performs two key functions: it serves as a source of bank liquidity, i.e. funding resources to meet loan demand or customers' needs for cash, and as an additional source of earnings from capital gains obtained when portfolio securities are sold. This paper presents an interesting and actual topic because in national specialized literature there are few researches on Moldovan banks securities investments.
A Study of Impact of GST on Leather Industries in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Shailja Singh Leather is one of the most traded commodities in the world. The leather industry occupies a prominent place in Indian economy due to substantial export earnings. The Indian Leather industry accounts for around 12.93% of worlds leather production of hides and skins. The country ranks second in terms of footwear and leather garments production in the world and accounts for 9.57% in worlds footwear production. Shailja Singh"A Study of Impact of GST on Leather Industries in India" 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/ijtsrd9456.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/international-business-issues/9456/a-study-of-impact-of-gst-on-leather-industries-in-india/shailja-singh
A Study on Role of Tumkur Students in Quit India Movement published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K. L. N. Murthy Role of students in Indian Freedom struggle is very important & appreciable. That period is the period of the struggles. One or the other reason, there was a continuous struggle between the government and the freedom fighters. Reading the speeches and statements of Gandhiji and other great leaders everyday inspired the students. The great aim of these youth was to drive the British out of India by participating in the struggle. In 1942 Gandhijis blatant words against British incited the urge in youth to plunge into the quit India Movement.
Brain Computing System and Divine Mechanics -What is Life? (Information S (Code Pcps) Net Work in Brain, Learning and Memory) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr V M Das To understand Brain computing as regard information s , learning and memory , we have to understand Basic Building Blocks of the universe ( Fig- 1) ( mass B.B.B Bit or B-Bit ) and Information s ( Code PcPs ) and Divine Mechanics Unit ( CCP , Code PcPs and CP ).
INTELLIGENT CONTROL METHODS FOR SENSOR LESS CONTROL OF BLDC MOTOR DRIVE USED IN HIGH SPEED APPLICATIONS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Surender Dhanasekaran, Nandineravanda Bheemaiah Brushless dc (BLDC) motors and their drives are penetrating the market of home appliances, HVAC industry, and automotive applications in recent years because of their high efficiency, silent operation, compact form, reliability, and low maintenance. Traditionally, BLDC motors are commutated in six-step pattern with commutation controlled by position sensors. To reduce cost and complexity of the drive system, sensorless drive is preferred. In this paper, a fuzzy logic controller(FLC) for sensorless brushless dc (BLDC) motor. The proposedFLC is based on the terminal voltage measurement as thesensorless method for BLDC motor control. There are twomodules designed in the speed control of BLDC motor, i.e.command and regulating modules. Command module is to findand issue commutation period and PWM duty cycle to the BLDCmotor for desired speed. The regulating module is designed byapplying a FLC with sensorless technology and is used toregulate the speed of BLDC motor under various disturbances,such as loading effect. A new scheme is proposed for sensor-less control of PMBLDC motor for aligning its rotor at a known position.
TRIBOLOGICAL TESTING OF THE PROTECTIVE LAYER OF LINOLEUM published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Denis Alexandrovich Chemezov; Dimitry Mikhaylovich Kononov; Kirill Vladimirovich Zverev; Vladislav Sergeyevich Frolov The article presents dependences of the friction coefficient of the protective layer of various kinds of linoleum from the test time (distance traveled by indenter on the sample)
International and Local Internship Programs of CITHM Students published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Monaliza A. Ebreo, Roselyn P. Carranza, Luisa N. Eustaquio, Loraine G. Magluyan,Jessalyn C. Manalo, Jennifer S. Trillanes, Sevillia S. Felicen, Alex P. Ylagan The aim of this research is to find out the competitive advantages of international internship as compared with the local internship, specifically, to identify students exposure in LPU during the internship in terms of knowledge, skills, attitude and personality, and to compare these attributes acquiredin international practicum with local practicum among interns. The researchersused descriptive research method to evaluate CITHM students of LPU who have undergone local and international practicum to identify and compare the skills learned from international and domestic internship. The results revealed that there are no differences in comparing local and international internship programs in LPU. It can be comprehended that from the standpoint of the study, the findings proved that the level of satisfaction of both local and international interns pertaining to the knowledge, skills, attitude and personality learned and applied in LPU are very satisfactory. The researchers recommend strengthening the college internship program.
¿Crisis o fin del Socialismo en América Latina? published in

Religacin. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades

Published by RELIGACIN-RGN. Centro de Investigaciones en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades desde Amrica Latina
Diana Anzuategui Macías ¿Crisis o fin del Socialismo en América Latina? Parecería ser la pregunta del momento, ero hasta dónde podemos contestar. Intentaremos comprender qué nos ha traído hasta este panorama.
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FINGERPRINT ASSIST VENDING MACHINE USING MICROCONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Snehal R. Bhoyar*, R. D. Ghongade, A. U. Trivedi In this paper we propose an implementation technique vending machine for customer using fingerprint-based authentication. We implement the proposed design based on Advance Virtual RISC microcontroller. The circuit is tested and compared with the existing embedded technology. Among the various biometric traits (e.g., face, iris, fingerprint, voice), Fingerprint-based authentication has the longest history, and has been successfully adopted in both forensic and civilian applications. Advances in fingerprint capture technology have resulted in new large scale civilian applications. The purpose of this article is to give an overview of fingerprint-based recognition and discuss research opportunities for making these systems perform more effectively.
FACTORS RELATED TO ADOPTION OF MAIZE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY IN COOCH BEHAR DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL published in

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Deepa Roy, Dr. A. K. Bandyopadhyay, Manjima Mandal Despite huge economic value, being C4 plant maize can resist the changing global climatic condition. In this aspect of great value of maize and its continuously increasing area and production scenario in Cooch Behar District of West Bengal this study has been undertaken to measure the adoption behavior of farmers towards maize cultivation. This work had been conducted with the dependent variable adoption behaviour of farmers and twenty two causal independent variables. Total 100 farmers from the four villages were selected randomly as respondents & interviewed through well structured interview schedule and results had been analyzed by co-efficient of correlation and multiple regression analysis. From the Correlation, it is found that except caste, family size and family type all other variables are having significant relationship with adoption behavior of farmers. From Multiple Regression analysis category of farmers, education and risk orientation are come out as the most important factors which influence the farmers for adoption of maize. On the other hand Climatic hazards, drying and extraction of cobs has found to be most problematic according to respondents while they have suggested availability of subsidies regarding inputs and need more technical help for increasing the production per unit area
Development and quality evalution of wheatgrass powder published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.K. CHOUHAN AND R. MOGRA Wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum) is mentioned in Ayurveda, an Indian herbal system of medicine. Ayurveda describes it as immunomodulator, antioxidant, astringent, laxative, diuretic and antibacterial. Wheatgrass is used for the treatment of acidity, colitis, kidneymalfunction, swelling wounds and vitiated conditions. Wheatgrass (Triticum aestivum ) belongs to the family of Poaceae, which has many medicinal values and health benefits. They are excellent source of vitamin, minerals, antioxidant, amino acids, protein, chlorophyll and active enzymes. In the present study wheat was processed and grown as grass.This grass was dried in shade and powdered to obtain wheatgrass powder. Dried powder of wheatgrass was analyzed for its physico- chemical, proximate composition that is moisture, crude fat, crude protein, crude fibre, ash, carbohydrates, energy and minerals like calcium, iron, phosphorus and anti nutrient oxalic acid. Results revealed that proximate composition of 11.4 0.50, 22.5 1.60, 1.9 0.69, 16.6 0.68, 5.2 0.50, 42.2 0.8, 275.9 1.20 g/100g and 186.6 15.27, 60.23 5.05, 17.6 0.24, 47.3 0.65 mg/100g
Synthesis and antimicrobial studies of biologically potential Mannich bases of 5-chloro-2-methoxy benzamide derived from sulphonamides published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Deepak Khare*, Sheela Joshi and Dheeraj Mandloi Mannich reaction is the key step in the synthesis of numerous pharmaceutical and natural products. A large number of Mannich bases continue to be synthesized to explore their biological potential, there is an additional effort to look for variations in the execution of Mannich reaction. Due to active hydrogen, 5-chloro-2-methoxy benzamide (substrate) undergoes Mannich reaction. The pharmacological effectiveness of substrate and sulphonamides prompted us to introduce the sulphonamide moiety into the compound, which may furnish products with enhanced therapeutic potency. The Mannich bases of this compound have proved to be more effective and less toxic antibacterial agent. The purity of formed novel Mannich bases were checked by thin layer chromatography and the chemical structure of newly synthesized Mannich bases were confirmed using elemental analyses, UV, IR and 1H NMR spectroscopy. All synthesized Mannich bases were evaluated for their antibacterial activity towards pathogenic Gram-negative bacteria. The results were statistically analyzed, meanwhile, an excellent antibacterial outcome were obtained against the pathogens under research and found to be low toxic as ascertained by LD50 test.
THE EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON KNOWLEDGE SHARING AMONG ACADEMIC STAFF HOLDING AN ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION IN UNIVERSITY published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Mohammad Mahmoud, Amran Rasli, Mohd Fauzi bin Othman, Bawer Marwan Abdulahad Knowledge sharing is the primary source of gaining competitive advantage and achieving long term success. Knowledge sharing is affected by many factors and the foremost of them is the culture of an organization. Organizational culture will help in developing the knowledge sharing practices among the members of an organization and achieve organizational objectives. The aim of the present study; firstly, to find out how the culture affects knowledge sharing in UTM (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia) and which of the cultural factors are more prevalent in developing knowledge sharing practices; secondly, to determine the level of knowledge sharing among the academic staff holding administrative positions in various faculties and departments of the university. Using a quantitative approach, data were collected through survey questionnaire from a sample of 132 respondents. The analysis was carried out using descriptive and inferential statistics. Three of the dimensions of OC, workgroup support, information technology, and social interaction are found to be most significant in UTM, while reward system is found to be insignificant. Knowledge sharing is found to be high among academic staff holding administrative posts. The study concludes that organizational culture factors, workgroup support, information technology and social interaction are the most important factors that are helping in enhancing knowledge sharing in UTM. Finally, some recommendations related to the future studies are also included like investigating all levels and incorporating both administrative and academic staff, comparison with other public sector universities and between public and private sector universities.
Anticardiolipin antibodies in patients of Explained Vs Unexplained Abortions published in

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Goel Neha, Tuli Anita Background : Abortion is termination of pregnancy by any means before the fetus is sufficiently developed to survive on its own. The growing recognition that in this group of patients there may be an immunologic basis aroused interest in research workers. The anticardiolipin antibodies (aCL) which are commonly associated with recurrent pregnancy loss are lgG and lgM. lgM antibody is the largest immunoglobulin and first to appear in an immune response. Women with phospholipid antibodies have a fetal loss of 90% when no specific treatment is given during pregnancy so this study was planned to find anticardiolipin antibody levels (IgM & IgG) in patients of Abortions. Material/Methods: A total of 125 pregnant subjects were included in the study which includes study group (75 subjects) and a control group (50 subjects). Their blood was tested to assess the levels of IgM & IgG aCL by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Result : IgG anticardiolipin antibodies were raised in 16.66% of explained vs. 30.7% of unexplained abortion. IgM anticardiolipin antibodies were raised in 83.3% of the explained vs. 4.35% of unexplained abortions. Conclusion : Patients with increased IgM & IgG levels indicate a higher antibody burden with greater antigenic affinities explaining IgM & IgG mediated pregnancy wastage.
QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMENTARY DISCOURSE DURING DIFFERENT RULING PERIODS IN TAIWAN: A NEO-POLITENESS-THEORETICAL ANALYSIS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Bin-Bin Yu Kuomintang (KMT) is the largest party in Taiwan and it has long held the reins of government since 1949, except the period between 2000 and 2008, in which the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) came into power. Previous studies on parliamentary discourse in Taiwan focused more on question and answer sessions in the legislature when the KMT was in power. The current research, therefore, aims to investigate questions in parliamentary discourse when the DPP was in power. The purpose of this study is twofold: to examine legislators use of politeness strategies for questioning government officials during parliamentary question and answer sessions on the one hand and also to find out possible factors that influence their choice of questioning strategies on the other. Based on video recorded data, the present study adopts Lee-Wongs framework of the classification of politeness strategy types for conversational interaction, which has been greatly revised from Brown and Levinsons classical politeness theory. Initial findings show that the bald on record strategy is in wide use, which has been found in more than half of the total questions. Other strategies are used for either modification or intensification or both. Besides, the change of political roles as a government supporter or an opposition member does have some influence on legislators use of politeness strategies for questions.
Making Durgapur Aerotropolis Environmentally Viable published in

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DEBANJANA CHATTERJEE The civil aviation sector in India is growing at a phenomenal pace.India's domestic aviation market has tripled in the past five years (IATA, 2012) and thus becoming a major contributor to the country's economy. The aviation industry, which was limited to the metropolitan areas, has now spread its wings to the smaller cities. Durgapur Aerotropolis is Indias first green field private airport along with the concept of Aerotropolis, located near Durgapur in West Bengal.Environmental implications of this Aerotropolis can be a serious issue ifthe project area is environmentally sensitive like Durgapur due to its location being adjacent to the coal reserve. In this paper attempts has been made to identify the issues regarding the proposed site and recommendations have been made in form of suggestions along with identification of a probable alternative site location to make this Aerotropolis environmentally viable.
Impact of performance management on organizational development published in

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Ravisha.B, Dr.Pakkeerappa. P Performance management is a continuous process of improving performance of employees in the organization. In the global competitive era organizations always searching for a better strategy to improve the performance of overall operations and it also wants to see a greater result in the near future. This can be achieved by implementing performance management system effectively in the organization. The aim of the study is to evaluate prevailing performance management system practiced in the organization. The present study is conducted by collecting the opinion of 60 respondents and reviewing the literature.
A REVIEW ON IMPACT OF FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORMS ON NON- BANKING FINANCIAL CORPORATION published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Dr. Rajiv Kumar Jhalani,Prof. Sheetal Dubey Non-banking financial corporations?, or NBFCs, are financial institutions that provide banking services, but do not hold a banking license they fulfil financial requirements of business and society.
DRINKING WATER BY CONDENSATION OF ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOUR USING DIFFERENT MATERIALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anandu J M*, Meena John M According to WHO about 780 million people in the world is suffering from absence of a reliable source of drinking water. Nowadays most of the freshwater sources are contaminated or polluted by human activities. That creates more health issues day by day. Water vapour in the atmospheric air is an alternate fresh water source. This study was focussed on extract of water vapours by condensation technique. In this experiment, condensation of dew drops using different materials like Plain glass(PG),Frosted glass(FG),Rexine sheet(RS),GI sheet(GI),Black glossy enamel paint coated GI sheet(BGI) and White glossy enamel paint coated GI sheet(WGI) were conducted. Also, the relation between the dew water volume with respect to relative humidity, ambient temperature and material temperature were analysed. Finally the dew water quality was analysed in the lab as per IS drinking water standards. Generally in all the materials, condensation of dew drop occurs below 26°C and above 26°C condensation was nil effect. When relative humidity is above 85%, condensation occurs and below 85 % there is nil effect. It can be seen that Frosted glass (FG) and White glossy enamel paint coated GI sheet (GIW) gave better result. Water quality test of dew water collected was done in the lab, and the test results show that values are within the standard desirable limit . So it is potable to use in Kerala climatic condition.
Understanding the Institution of Syiemship(Kingship) in the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya Through Oral Traditions published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms Ibetlin Kharumnuid The origin of the Khasis and how they came to settled in these regions is shrouded in mystery. While social scientists believed that the Khasi settlers had connections or a close resemblance with the Chinese and had migrated to the present lands and therefore had Austric links, legends had it that the original seven families or Hynniewtrep descended by a golden ladder from the heavens and decided to stay back on earth and start their settlements. Since the beginning the people were very sure about making these hills their permanent home. They decided upon an elderly person to become some sort of a priest (Lyngdoh Knia) to look after the well-being of the people inhabiting the region. For this selection, the ritual of egg breaking (shat pylleng) was considered to be the best way by which they could find the right person. In the beginning, there was no institution of Syiemship (Kingship), but people comprehended about the need to have at least one leader to look after their welfare. Basan and a Lyngdoh were chosen as leaders to administer the village community and attempted to bring the different villages together. After the Khasis had made their settlements, they decided they would choose among themselves the eldest male member to be their ruler and administrator, the emergence of such States or settlements led to the origin of the institution of Syiemship(Kingship), thus originated the concept of U Syiem (The King). The origin of the Khasi Syiem shows that initially there were three large Syiemships(Kingship) which later increases over time with large and small Syiemships. Syiemships having mythological origin like those of Khyrim, Malngaing and even the Sutnga Syiem were considered divine. The institution of the Khyrim Syiemship dates back to the legend of Ka-Pah-Syntiew. Oral traditions stated that the Hima Shyllong as being of divine origin, and that the ancestress of the clan is a fairy (Puriblei) that lived in a cave called Krem Marai. Ms Ibetlin Kharumnuid"Understanding the Institution of Syiemship(Kingship) in the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya Through Oral Traditions" 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/ijtsrd12792.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/history/12792/understanding-the-institution-of-syiemshipkingship-in-the-khasi-hills-of-meghalaya-through-oral-traditions/ms-ibetlin-kharumnuid
Impact Of Globalisation on Tribals in India published in

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B. Ezhilarasu The forest occupiers a central position in tribal culture and economy. The tribal way of life is very much dictated by the forest right from birth to death. Inspite of the protection given to the tribal population by the constitution of India, tribals still remain the most backward ethnic group in India. The policy of liberlization and the new state perceptions of utilization of resources are diametrically opposed to the adivasi worldview of resource exploitation and this divide has only widened further with the intrusion of globalizations market oriented philosophy of development. The gains of globalization have so far accrued to those who already have education and skill advantage. For the Tribals, globalization is associated with rising prices, loss of job security and lack of health care. Hence the Government should frame Special policy and programmes that are required to address the redress these differences especially on the context of globalization. When we plan for tribal development, we have to regard these differences, take a special note of their situations and capabilities and provide them facilities to develop on the line they want to take.
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.
Investigation of Styrofoam as Lightweight Aggregate published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Bashir Alam, Zahid Ullah, Faheem Ullah Jan, Khan Shahzada, Salman Afzal This research work utilized the laboratory evaluation of the performance of Styrofoam in concrete as lightweight aggregate by focusing on its ability to reduce dead load without significant reduction in compressive strength. Styrofoam particles of 0.50 inch-square sizes were used to partially replace (by volume) coarse aggregates. The study mainly focuses on the comparison of compressive strength and unit weight of concrete. Standard sized cylindrical specimens (612) were prepared for this purpose. The compressive strength and unit weight of normal density concrete, prepared at mix design ratio of 1:2:4 (cement: sand: coarse aggregate) were used as yardstick for comparison with Styrofoam lightweight concrete.
Study to Assess Role of Stress & Incidence of Depression in Patients of Acne published in

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Dr Swati Joshi, Dr Rohini P. Gaikwad, Dr Ashish Ubhale Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory disease of the pilosebaceous gland that commonly presents during adolescence. Emotional stress causes exacerbation of acne. Psychological disorder like depression is common in patients of Acne. Aim: To know the role of stress and to find out incidence of depression in patients suffering from acne. Method: This was a cross sectional, single assessment study of Acne & control. Results: Significant difference was found in incidence of depression between Acne patients (36.36%) & control group (6.66%). In the age group of 15-21years 35.5% of acne patients had depression compared to the controls in the same age group in whom it was 6.25%(z=2.62). Similarly a significant difference was noted in the age group of 29-35years where 100% of acne had depression compared to 33.3% in the control group. (z=7.74) Female acne patients suffer from depression more than control group. Depression was more prominent in female acne patients compared to male acne patients. Life event score was more than 150 in 77.77% of depressed Acne patients as compared to none patient in depressed control group. The difference was statistically significant. Conclusions: Present study confirms the previous findings of depression in Acne patients. Female acne patients suffer from depression more than male. Stress definitely plays role in exacerbation of Acne
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND ALGORITHMS OF ENGINEERING EMPLOYEES LABOUR POTENTIAL IN THE PROBLEMS OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anna Dmitrievna Barbara; Alexandr Grigorievich Pimonov The paper considers the problem of assessing labour potential of engineers. The methods of decision support in the process of the assessment of engineers labour potential is proposed. It is based on the methods of the system analysis, mathematical statistics and the theory of expert evaluation.
NEWER ANALYTICAL VALIDATION OF LACOSAMIDE IN BULK AND THEIR TABLET DOSAGE FORM BY RP-UPLC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
R. Valarmathi*, R. Senthamarai, S. Akilandeswari, S. Farisha Banu, R. Saratha, V. Revathi A new sample, precise, accurate, sensitive, less time consuming isocratic Reverse Phase Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography (RP-UPLC) method was developed and validated for the determination of Lacosamide (LCM) in their tablet dosage form. This method employs, Thermo Scientific Hypersil ODS C-18 column (50x 2.1 mm, particle size of 1.9?) and flow rate 1mL/min with load of 10 ?l. Methanol, Acetonitrile, Phosphate buffer (52 : 40 : 8 % v/v) composition was used as a mobile phase. PH 3 adjusted with Orthophosphoric acid. The detection was carried out at 257 nm for Lacosamide was found to be 1.5 minutes. Linearity range for Lacosamide was 404-604 ?g/mL. Percent recovery study of Lacosamide was performed at three different levels. This newly developed method was successfully utilized for the routine analysis of LCM & tablet forms. This method was validated for accuracy, precision, linearity, system suitability parameters as per ICH guidelines.
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF FLY ASH AND BED ASH SILO FOR THERMAL POWER PLANT STRUCTURES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dharani.K * , Jeyakumar.D Silos are the commonly used storage structures in production industries such as cement factories, power plant structures etc. When a Silo is used in the Thermal power plant structures it should be capable of storing ashes with high temperature. When compared to the Steel Silos, performances of RC Silos are better due to its easy construction and maintenance. In this thesis design and analysis of Fly ash and Bed ash Silo for thermal power plant structures was carried out with the sequence of preparation of plan, calculation of loads & load combinations, analysis using STAAD PRO and design as per Indian Standards. The height and diameter of two Silos are different and they are connected by a staircase.
Quality of work life in Garments Industry in Jetpur(Junagadh District) published in

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Dr. Falguni C. Shastri One of the most pressing demands the industrial would facing today, is the improvement of the quality of work life (QWL). Doing better with what we have and working smarter and happier but not harder are the basic issues which affect the quality of work life. Clearly the increased productivity does not pre cycle high quality of work life. QWL refers to the favorable or infavourableness of job work environments. To meet the challenges and varied expectations of customers, the total involvement of employees is necessary for generation of quality product and services as described by customers. Motivation of employees is very much important to make them committed to organizational goals, viz., increased market share, extending quality services to customers etc. People from organization people run organizations. It is the contribution of people which decades success or failure without adequate willingness and ability of human resources to put their efforts at work place probably meaningless. It is the people who give life to the organization. But on the contrary, the life at work, the organization largely influences people to contribute their might. Viewed from this angle quality of work life is a strong determinant of organizations performance and effectiveness. Needless to say, the responsibility of enriching the quality of work life lies with the management. The work and work place unfortunately in most of the Indian organizations are considered as merely a means of livelihood rather than part of life. With the result, work gets accepted willingness but out of compulsion. This kind of attitude prevailing in most of the organization has given rise to the taught and practice of quality of work life means. Concerns about the impact of work on people as well as on organization effectiveness and the ideas of participation in organizational problem solving and decision making Obviously, QWL seems essentially from employees perception towards job content, organization culture and their involvement in the total process of running it. Hence QWL and employees personal and societal life are interacted and complement each other. The principle of reciprocity that management respects the needs and aspirations to employees and in turn obtain involvement , commitment and contribution by them is to be rightly recognized. If management lives up to the expectation of the employees and the employees will live up to the expectation of the management. Here is a case drawn from real life situation which portrays the idea of effective inter-relationship of management and employees and in turn enriches QWL for mutual benefit of individual employees as well as the organization. The case has been prepared on work environment in garments in Jetpur industrial estate of Junagadh district. The information and dater were collected from three garments units selected at random for the study, in each unit an average of 75 employees are working.
Residual fate and persistence behaviour of a mixed herbicide formulation (pyroxsulam 4.5% OD + sulfosulfuron 75% WDG) in wheat plant and field soil published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
B. GHOSH, 1A. BHATTACHARYYA, 2S. MUKHERJEE, S. DAS AND 1A BHATTACHARYYA To find out the persistence behavior of a mixed herbicide formulation Pyroxsulam 4.5% oil dispersion (OD) and Sulfosulfuron 75% water dispersible granules (WDG), a supervised field study was conducted in B.C.K.V. experimental farm, Mohanpur, West Bengal during 2012-2013 and 2013-2014. The mixed herbicide formulation was applied @ 18 g and 36 g a.i. ha-1 along with untreated control and was analyzed by LC-MS/MS in MRM mode. The method includes extraction with acetonitrile for Pyroxsulam and ethyl acetate for Sulfosulfuron separately followed by clean up using dispersive solid phase extraction (d-SPE) with PSA ,GCB (only for plant) and activated MgSO4. The ethyl acetate extract was evaporated under a nitrogen evaporator and reconstituted with acetonitrile. The average recovery percentage of Pyroxsulam and Sulfosulfuron was 87.67% and 85.07% for wheat plant, 88.87% and 87.40% for wheat straw, 85.67% and 90.80% for wheat grain and 86.27% and 86.00% for field soil respectively. Following 1st order kinetics, the half-life of Pyroxsulam and Sulfosulfuron was found in the range of 1.51-1.67 days and 1.68-2.95 on wheat plant and 1.95-2.84 days and 2.89-3.58 on field soil irrespective of dose and season. No residue of Pyroxsulam and Sulfosulfuron was detected in harvest samples of wheat straw, grain and field soil.
Impact of Media and Libraries on Information Dissemination with Special Reference to school students living in Sivaganga District, Tamil Nadu: A study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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S.T.Mekala, Dr. N. Murugesa pandia This paper investigates the impact of media and libraries on information dissemination with special reference to school students living in sivaganga District, Tamil Nadu. The questionnaire was directly administrated to 1800 school students randomly and collected data from 1447 students. From the study it has been found that the preference towards media among the students is mainly based on their need and availability. The more easily available newspaper is the most preferred form of media. Based on their trust. Newspaper ranks first pushing all other media to lower portion. It has been found that students mostly use internet to listen movie songs.
Study of Postoperative Change in Corneal Curvature Following Straight and Frown Scleral Incision in Small Incision Cataract Surgery published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Nirav M. Raimagiya, Dr. Devanshi Shah A prospective randomized comparative study was carried out in 100 cases of senile cataract. All the patients underwent MSICS under peribulbar anesthesia. 50 cases received straight scleral incision and 50 cases received frown scleral incision. Postoperative astigmatism was studied in both groups using Bausch & Lomb keratometer on day 1,5,15,30 and 90. After 3 months of surgery, out of 50 patients in straight scleral incision group 86% patients had ATR astigmatism, 10% had WTR astigmatism and 4% had OA whereas in frown incision group 82% of the patients had ATR astigmatism, 14% had WTR astigmatism and 6% had OA. Mean surgically induced astigmatism in frown incision group(0.90 D) was significantly less than the straight incision group(1.09D) after 3 months postoperatively. This study reveals that there is reduction in magnitude of postoperative astigmatism as well as surgically induced astigmatism in frown incision than straight incision in MSICS resulting in better postoperative visual acuity
BIOCHEMICAL AND ANTIOXIDANT ANALYSIS OF MADHUCA INDICA J.F GMEL. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
M. RAJ, S. PADHI In recent time focus on plant research has increased all over the world and a large no ofevidence has collected to show immense potential of plants and their uses in various aspects. Madhuca indica J.F.Gmel. is commonly known as Mahua is an e conomically important plant belongs to family Sapotaceae. The goal of research work is comparative estimation of primary compounds such as total carbohydrate, reducing sugar, total lipid, total amino acids, protein, moisture and carotenoids from both dry a nd fresh corolla and assay of catalase, Peroxidase, and SOD activity from leaves. Highest amount of carbohydrate (602mg/g), reducing sugar (298mg/g) and protein (53.86mg/g) was observed in dry corolla, as compared to carbohydrate (213mg/g), reducing sugar (99.28mg/g), and protein (15.54mg/g) content of fresh corolla. Moisture content was high in fresh corolla (728mg/g) in contrast to dry corolla (110.62mg/g).Comparative account of total amino acid (16.4mg/g),carotenoids (33.39?g/g) content of dry corolla sh owed higher level than fresh corolla total amino acid (5.6mg/g), carotenoids (2.868?g/g).Dry corolla content lower amount of total lipid (22.6mg/g) as compared to fresh corolla (113.6mg/g).The antioxidant activity of the enzymes Catalase, peroxidase and su peroxide dismutase was 270unit - 1g, 7103unit - 1g and 1.02unit - 1 in leaves.
Application of Information Technology to Library Services (With Special Reference to Gulbarga University Colleges) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Smt. Manjula C. S Information is an indispensable for human development as air is essential for the survival of all living organisms on earth, including human beings. The pace of change brought about by new information technologies has a key effect on the way people live, work, and play worldwide. The increasing role played by information technology in the development of library services for an active reaction to the challenges of the information service providing. The paper attempts to discuss the fast development of Information Technology and its application in the library services. Today libraries are equipped to accomplish the newly Information Technology based services. Information Technology enabled services fulfill the information needs of the users at the right time in the right place to the right person
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.
QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATION AND PHYTOCHEMICAL EVALUATION OF SHUBRA HERBAL BATH POWDER. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shabna Roupal Morais, K.Mythili, Bandla sampurna* and Dr.K Chitra The majority of cheif troubles expressed by sage formulations is science of their requirement of absolute estimation. Assessment is essential to make certain the class and clarity of the sage invention. For estimation of herbal bath powder, a range of factors were weathered. These limitations consist of grind distringuished revise, organoleptic, physicochemical, phytochemical considerations. The parameters include determination of total phenolic content, flavonoid content, and alkaloid content. Results indicate that subhra herbal bath powder has approved during all organoleptic and physicochemical bounds.
Study of Chemical Interactions in Binary mixture water-1,4-dioxane : Neighbourhood and Associated Model Approach published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Rafik Besbes* 1,3 , Noureddine Ouerfelli 2 and Manef Abderabba3 We use our results of measurements of the activities coefficients of water and 1,4-dioxane at room conditions to analyse the interactions between molecules of water and 1,4-dioxane in different mixtures. Our study is based on Neighbourhood Model Approach at liquid state in correlation with solid state to calculate molar fractions of free molecules of water and of 1,4-dioxane in pure liquid state and to deduce the composition of the various mixtures. We calculate system composition in a basis of associate model (called). This model gives good results to interpreting interactions between molecules of water and of 1,4-dioxane. Our model is inspired by resulting experimental recently published by our team, witch measurements of the enthalpy of mixture: ?mh (XD), present two maxima for molecular fraction of 1,4-dioxane XD = 0.1438 and XD = 0.7805, which correspond to arrangements between molecules of water and 1,4-dioxane of type WD3.56, and DW5.95 (D: 1,4-dioxane W: water) We use, for the study of the model suggested, a number of 4 neighbours molecules in the first shell surrounding one molecule of water and 6 neighbours molecules for one molecule of 1,4-dioxane. Our observations confirm well the results of works of many authors by different technical methods.
Calculation of Radial Electron-Electron Distribution function and Expectation Values for Li-Atom in Excited States 1s 2p, 1s 3p and 1s 3d published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Khalil H. AL-Bayati* Ali A. Kareem** Naeemah CH. Madhkoor* The electron correlation for inter-shells (1s 2p), (1s 3p) and (1s 3d) was described by the inter-particle radial distribution function f(r12). It was evaluated for Li-atom in the different excited states (1s2 2p), (1s2 3p) and (1s2 3d) using Hartree-Fock approximation (HF). The inter particle expectation values for these shells were also evaluated. The calculations were performed using Mathcad 14 program.
VON HIPPEL LINDAU SYNDROME: AN OVERVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sachin B. Somwanshi*, Mohini Landge, Kiran B. Kotade, Kiran B. Dhamak Von Hippel Lindau (VHL) syndrome, or von Hippel Lindau disease is a hereditary rare genetic disorder associated with hemangioblastomas, which are blood vessel tumors of the brain, spinal cord, and eye. Von Hippel Lindau are originally described in 1911. The most recent developments have followed the identification of the VHL gene, first located on chromosome 3p2526. The VHL gene (VHL) codes for a protein (pVHL) that is being widely investigated because of its apparent role in oxygen sensing and its link to stimulation of tumor angiogenesis through interaction with hypoxia-inducible factors and other proteins. This condition causes development of benign and malignant tumors in the central nervous system and the internal organs; tumors caused by VHL mutation include hemangioblastomas in the cerebellum, spinal cord, brain stem and retina, renal cell carcinoma (RCC), pheochromocytoma, and pancreatic carcinoma, positional vertigo, slurred Speech, nystagmusa intellectual disability. The treatment for CNS hemangioblastoma is basically by surgery, but occasionally by radiation, mainly stereotaxic irradiation. The degree of difficulty of treatment for this CNS tumor depends on its location. Almost everyone who inherits one VHL mutation will eventually acquire a mutation in the second copy of gene in some cells leading to the feature of Von Hippel Lindau syndrome. In this review, we summarize the recent literatures on the pathogenesis, clinical characteristics, diagnosis and treatment of VHL disease.
Dexmedetomidine-based Total Endovenous Anesthesia in Radical Surgery for Breast Cancer. An observational case series study involving 10 patients published in

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Enrique A. Sanchez-Valdivieso Introduction: Ambulatory treatment of breast cancer is limited by vomiting and post-operative pain, and general anesthesia is implicated in these effects. Dexmedetomidine supplies analgesia and sedation without respiratory depression when it is administered intravenously. We demonstrate the usefulness of Dexmedetomidine as a general endovenous anesthesia. Methods: Female patients were included with ages ranging between 42 and 83 years old and with a breast cancer diagnosis. They were scheduled for radical surgery between May 2009 and April 2011. Dexmedetomidine plus Propofol and Fentanyl were administered. Intra-operative monitoring included electrocardiography, arterial blood gas analysis, blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, and arterial oxygen saturation. We registered surgery and sedation according to the bispectral index and Ramsay scales. Results: The patients were maintained with 95% oxygen saturation and breathed spontaneously during the entire procedure with supplementary oxygen.Their blood pressure remained constant; heart rate showed only a mild reduction, bispectral index was maintained at 50, and the Ramsey scale-at IV. The infusion was discontinued without the patients experiencing dizziness or vomiting; the patients had an easy response-to-voice awakening and remained in the recovery room for at least 2 h. They were physiologically stable, and were left with additional supplementary oxygen. There was no pain or agitation observed during the recovery period and no narcotic was administered. Conclusion: Dexmedetomidine is a useful intravenous anesthetic agent in procedures such as radical breast surgery, with faster recovery and residual analgesia. KeyWords: General Anesthesia; Intravenous Anesthetics, Dexmedetomidine; Breast Cancer.
TOURISM INDUSTRY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN: CURRENT STATUS AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Dametken Medihanovna Turekulova; Lyazzat Kairatovna ?ukhambetova; Sholpan Iskakovna Karkinbaeva The article presents the results of a study of the current condition and development trends of the tourism industry in Kazakhstan. The authors conclusions are based on an analysis of official statistics and complemented with the results of a survey of managers of tourist companies and individual entrepreneurs of Astana. The study identified problem areas in the development of tourism, SWOT-analysis of the tourism industry condition of Republic of Kazakhstan.
Livestock Economy of Nomadic Gujjars: A Case Study of Udhampur District of J&K published in

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Dr. Virender Koundal Livestock production is an integral part of J&K economy and plays a vital role in the state economy. At present, livestock contributes about 41 percent to the agricultural sector and 12.20% in the NSDP for 2007-08 at current prices In Jammu and Kashmir, animal husbandry plays a significant role as 0.13 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) of the state is contributed by this sector. The Gujjars who have been a nomadic tribe in the state of J&K, animal husbandry is their main occupation. They are mostly nomads in the state and are roaming from one place to another for the search of pastures for their animals. Generally, their cattle are considered to be of poor quality, uneconomical and a burden on land. We have conducted this study in order to assess the Gujjars bovine economy in the J&K state. For this we have used secondary as well as primary data. For secondary data, books, reports, journals, web sites etc we have explored. For primary data, a comprehensive survey of 100 households of nomadic Gujjars was conducted in Udhampur district of J&K. In this paper we have found that Gujjars are rearing local breed and possessing surplus animals. There is acute shortage of fodder especially green nutritious fodder, which is the major cause of low productivity of the livestock. The available fodder is not only insufficient but also poor in nutritive value; as a result, the productivity of the animals is very low. And due to this bovine economy is almost uneconomical for them. In this paper it is suggested to improve the livestock economy of Gujjars, they must get adequate supply of feed and fodder, adequate animals health facilities, improved genetic or breeding system, marketing facilities etc.
REALISMO POLTICO E CONFLITOS published in

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Carlos Nunes Guimares The article presents an analysis of the political realism and conflicts , from the thought Secretary of the Florentine Niccolo Machiavelli . For the author of The Prince , realism is a guide to political action and between the main elements of realism, there is the claim that political reality is made up of conflicts. Machiavelli understands the conflict as a condition inherent in the policy itself. The conflict is crucial to the balance of relations in political life. Treatment of the conflict proposed by the Florentine clerk consistent with a democratic environment . The republican model of Machiavelli does not exclude any social segment. The republic conceived by Machiavelli has the mark of tolerance for opposing forces .
Improvements in the Design of Winch: A Review published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
SAY YES TO WARM FOR REMOVE HARM: AMAZING WONDERS OF TWO STAGES OF WATER! published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Suchita Patel, Jinal Patel, Mona Patel and Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen* Most of us start our mornings with a fresh, hot cup of coffee or tea to warm-up our bodies after getting out of bed. When we drink water, we tend to prefer it cold, but according to Ayurvedic medicine, we have it all wrong. Regularly drinking very warm water, especially in the morning, can heal our bodies, providing digestive power and reducing metabolic waste that could have built up in our immune system. Physicians recommend drinking warm water in the morning, usually, with a polyphenol-rich lemon immersion, or with a tea to decrease free radical activity in the body. The consumption of warm water increases the tightening of the intestines, which optimizes elimination. Unlike hot water, processed cold water is devoid of many essential minerals that could become very unfavorable to the digestive tract when consuming a meal. For cold water drinkers, recommends refraining from drinking 20 minutes before eating even if the source is natural spring water. While drinking warm water may not suit the taste buds, it may be beneficial to put the caffeine and tea aside for health's sake. Here are six reasons why: 1. Cleanses Digestion: A very warm cup of water in the morning can help cleanse your body by flushing out toxins. Water and other liquids help break down the food in the stomach and keep the digestive system on track. Warm water will help break down these foods even faster, making them easier for digestion. Drinking cold water during or after a meal can actually harden the oil in consumed foods and therefore create a fat deposit in the intestine. Adding ice to processed cold water will strip it of natural-containing minerals, as these minerals are essential to keeping the digestive tract healthy. Luckily, it can be replaced by a glass of cold water with a warm one to aid digestion, especially after eating a meal.2. Aids Constipation: At one point or another, many of us are plagued by this common stomach problem where we have little to no bowel movement. The strain felt during elimination, accompanied by bloating, is brought on by a lack of water in the body. Drinking very warm water in the morning on an empty stomach can help improve bowel movements and aid constipation while breaking down foods as they smoothly pass through the intestines. Stimulating the bowels will help return your body back to normal functioning. 3. Alleviates Pain: Warm water, considered to be natures most powerful home remedy, can help alleviate pain from menstruation to headaches. The heat from warm water is known to have a calming and soothing effect on the abdominal muscles, which can help provide instant relief for cramps and muscle spasms. According to Healthline, warm or hot water is usually better for cramps, as hot liquids increase blood flow to the skin and help relax the cramped muscles. 4. Sheds Excess Pounds: If youre on a diet, chances are youve heard drinking a glass of warm water first thing in the morning can help with weight loss. Warm water increases body temperature, which therefore increases the metabolic rate. An increase in metabolic rate allows the body to burn more calories throughout the rate. It can also help the gastrointestinal tract and kidneys to function even better. Drinking a glass of warm water and a lemon will help break down the adipose tissue, or body fat, in the body and also control food craving due to lemons pectin fiber. 5. Improves Blood Circulation: The fat deposits in the body are eliminated along with accumulating deposits in the nervous system when you drink a glass of warm water. This flushes out the toxins that are circulating throughout the body and then enhances blood circulation. Making sure the muscles are relaxed will eliminate poor circulation and blood flow. 6. Halts Premature Aging: Premature aging is a womans worst nightmare, but luckily, this can be prevented by drinking warm water. The presence of toxins in the body can lead to aging faster, but warm water can help cleanse the body from those toxins, while repairing skin cells to increase elasticity. Women will always benefit because they have more hormones to contend with, making constipation more of an issue. To reap the health benefits of warm water, drink it every morning plain or with a lemon for taste. Drinkers to have warm water, as drinking straight hot water can potentially be damaging to tissue in the mouth and esophagus. After boiling water, be sure to let it cool for a few minutes before you start consuming. Also, always check with your prescribing physician before drinking warm water if youre on any medications that could impact the efficacy of your medications.
Rhinophyma A Case Report published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Siddharth Nirwan, Dr. Rajeev Meena Rhinophyma,also known as potato tumor is a late development of Rosacea,occurring solely in men. Overgrowth of nasal tip , alar rim and columella results from progressive increase in connective tissue , sebaceous gland hyperplasia and chronic deep inflammation.Sometimes it can result in nasal obstruction due alar collapse due to mass effect.We report the case of a 42 years old male who presents with progressively increasing swelling for the past 29 years.He underwent excision using diathermy knife. He achieved complete healing of the wound and near normal cosmetic appearance of the nose during a two month follow up period
A Gap Analysis: Between Employers` Perception and Experience of Graduates in Pharmaceutical Industry published in

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Dr. Keyur M. Nayak, Poonam P. Yadav The main objective of the study is to analysis the gap between the employers perception and experience of graduates in pharmaceutical industry. The survey is based on sampling; sample size is being fixed in order to collect accurate information within minimum time. Convenience sampling is being use to make the task easy. The gap is being analyzed on the basis of different attributes such as basic skills, knowledge, workplace skill and accessing quality. Employers were accessed on the basis of same attributes. The sampling is used so that the employers of pharmaceutical industry in Vapi, Daman, and Dadra Nagar haveli, would response and give answer of the entire questions.
STUDY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF FERMENTED MARES MILK TO DEVELOP KAS MEDICATED PRODUCTS FOR CHILDREN published in

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Gulbakhor Dilmuradovna Karimova; Nina Aleksandrovna Gorbatovskaya The paper studies Mares milk as an alternative raw material in the manufacture of baby food, as it is in the protein composition and structure as close breast milk.
IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATION AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS IN TODAYS TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS published in

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Konstantin Ivanovich Kurpayanidi In this paper we study the introduction of innovative and investment decisions in todays transnational corporations. Based on an analysis of major activities of transnational corporations, the authors provide suggestions for improvement of the mechanism of implementation of innovative solutions into production.
Digenic Trematodes of Lutjanus Species from Visakhapatnam coast, Andhra Pradesh published in

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Sowjanya Pilla, Ratnakala M, Prof. Sreeramulu K. Six different species of Digenic trematodes were obtained during a survey of 2008-2009 from snappers, Lutjanus (Pisces: Lutjanidae) of Visakhapatnam coast, India. They are Stephanostomum casum (Linton,1910), McFarlane, 1934; Plagioporus indicus Gupta et sehgal,1967; Hamacreadium mutabile Linton,1910; Helicometrina nimia Linton,1910; Paracryptogonomus hirastrictus Manter,1963 and Neometadina lutiani Hafeezullah & Siddiqi,1970.
IDENTIFICATION OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS FROM MARINE SPONGE SPONGIA TOSTABY GC MS ANALYSIS published in

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Archana.R, Kanchana.G2*, Rubalakshmi.G3 The Ocean is the mother of life and it is believed that the most primitive forms of life originated from this primordial soup. The marine environment is a rich source of bioactive compounds. This study was carried out to analyse the active constitutents from Marine Sponge using Gas Chromatography - Mass spectrometry. The chemical composition of the methanolic extract of Spongia Tosta was investigated using Perkin Elmer gas chromatography mass spectrometry. Mass spectra of the compound found in the extract were matched with the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST) library. This analysis revealed that Spongia Tosta contains ten bioactive compounds which included 1-Iodo, 2-methylnonane, n-Hexadecanoic acid, 4 -Dodecanol, 9 - Oxabicyclo [ 6.1.0 ] nonane, 3- Hexanol, 2, 2-dimethyl, 1, 4 -Hexadiene, 3, 3, 5 - trimethyl, Oleic acid, Octanal, 7-methoxy-3,7-dimethyl, Spiro [androst-5-ene-17, 1-Cyclobutan]-2-one,3-hydroxy [3a,17a],and Diazoprogesterone. Hence the present study reveals that a Marine Sponge - Spongia Tosta can serve as a potential source for current biomedical and pharmaceutical importance.
PERCEPTUAL ASSESSMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL GARDENS BY YOUTH published in

Journal of the International Scientific Researches

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Yrd. Doç. Dr. Tuğba DÜZENLİ, Araş. Gör. Elif Merve ALPAK, Sinem KIZILASLAN
Strangulated paraesophageal hernia: A case report. published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

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Fatih Başak [1] , Şefika Aksoy [2] , Mert Mahsuni Sevinç [3] , Ali Tardu [4] , Acar Aren [5] Hiatal hernia has a risk for volvulus and strangulation. Paraesophageal hernia (type II hiatal hernia) is seen as the most risky group because of having a focal defect. In this study, we aimed to present a case with strangulated paraesophageal hernia which was surgically treated in an emergent basis.
Fistulation and Cannulation of the Rumen in Buffaloes: Comparision of Two Methods published in

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Malik A Rafee*, S. K. Sinha, A.C. Saxena Two surgical methods were compared for rumen fistulation and cannulation in 8 buffaloes. A permanent fistula was created in left paralumbar by two-stage surgery. In 4 animals, the muscles were incised along the skin edges in circular fashion and removed and in another 4 animals, the muscles were separated along the muscle fibre (grid). Suturing muscles with skin and rumen wall with muscles prevented postoperative complications. The cannula remained functional for long periods in grid technique.
THE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF A PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER- PEDAGOGUE published in

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Svetlana Valerievna Malazoniia The development of the person determines a choice of a trade and preparation for it. Choice and development of professional activity determine strategy of persons development . The professional development at different stages of ability to live of the man is the result, or means of persons development.
A Study on Students Satisfaction Regarding Educational Loan with Special Reference to Nationalized Bank in Coimbatore City published in

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M. Prakash, G. Vaishnavee Education has a significant role in the Indian Economy. Higher education involves creation of intellects of world standards and training of skilled human power at mass level without compromising on quality. Education has become a costly affair recently. There are different fee structures, followed by different institutions. Most of the students find it difficult to enter in to the field of education. The problem of finance for education has been prevailing now. It is met by the nationalized and private banks through educational system. The study has been approached from the point of view students in Coimbatore, who intended to avail the education loan offered by the Nationalized Bank. The study discusses on detail about the factors motivating the students to borrow their money from Nationalized Bank
Post Cabg(Coronary Artery Bypass Graft) Surgical Site Infection by Nocardia- a Case Report published in

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G R Manjunath, Shivanand Reddy K. V, Manjunath Shenoy, M N Sumana A 65 year old male patient presented with history of incomplete healing of wound on the Chest wall for 2months after CABG surgery. He is a known Diabetic and a Hypertensive under good control. A clinical diagnosis of surgical site infection was made and the discharge sent for ZN staining, gram staining, Culture and sensitivity revealed Nocardia and was treated with cotrimoxazole and wound healed in 1 month.
Evaluation of Physico - Chemical Characteristics of Water Treated With Moringa Oleifera Seed as A Coagulant for Purification of River Water published in

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ALLU UDAYASRI, MALLA RAMANAIAH, Dr. B.B.V. SAILAJA The present work was carried out to confirm the effectiveness of seed powder extracted from Moringa oleifera seeds which are commonly available in most rural communities. The main objective of this work is to evaluate the some physicochemical parameters and efficiency of a natural absorbent from Moringa oleifera seeds in treating river water. During this study, Vamsadhara river water samples were collected for treatment by Moringa seeds powder, resulting in an effective natural clarification agent for highly turbid and untreated pathogenic water. Various doses of Moringa seed powder viz. 50, 100 and 150 mg/l were taken and checked for the efficiency dose on raw river water. After treatment of seed powder with water samples were analyzed for different physical parameter like pH, Turbidity, TDS and electrical conductivity and chemical parameters like Hardness, Alkalinity and Chlorides. All parameters were reduced with increasing dose of 50, 100 and 150 mg/l seed powder respectively (except alkalinity and pH). Application of this low cost Moringa oleifera seeds is recommended for simplified, eco-friendly and nontoxic water treatment where rural and peri-urban people living in extreme poverty presently drinking highly turbid and microbiologically contaminated water.
Saubhagyvati!!Manovishleshnatmak Adhyyan published in

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ANALYSIS OF MULTIPHASE BIDIRECTIONAL NONISOLATED DC – DC CONVERTER FOR HIGH POWER APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Himanshu* Amit Goriyal The converter has high efficiency due to soft-switching operation in all Multi bridges. Steady-state analysis of the converter is presented to determine the power flow equations, tank currents and soft-switching region. Dynamic analysis is performed to design a closed-loop controller that will regulate the load-side port voltage and source-side port current. Compared to the traditional full and half bridge bidirectional dc–dc converters for the similar applications, the new topology has the advantages of simple circuit topology with no total device rating (TDR) penalty, soft-switching implementation without additional devices, high efficiency and simple control. These advantages make the new converter promising for medium and high power applications especially for auxiliary power supply in fuel cells and power generation where the high power density, low cost, lightweight and high reliability power converters are required. The operating principle, theoretical analysis, and design guidelines are provided in this thesis. The simulation and the experimental verifications are also presented.
Analysis of genetic diversity in wheat genotypes published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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SHASHIKALA S.KOLAKAR*,R.R. HANCHINAL1 AND SADASHIV NADUKERI D2 analysis was studied for yield and its component characters in 169 wheat genotypes. Analysis was done using Mahalanobiss D2 statistic (1936) as described by Rao (1952). Following the cluster analysis all the 169 genotypes showed that the genotypes were grouped into twelve clusters, with the variable number of genotypes in each cluster. The inter cluster distance was found to be highest between cluster VIII and XI; hence accessions from these clusters are suggested to obtain improvement in seed yield of wheat. Days to 50 per cent flowering, number of spike lets per spike, grain yield per plot and productive tillers per meter length are the most important characters contributing to total divergence.
METHODS OF FORMATION OF EDUCATIONAL METHODS IN THE STUDY OF THE SPELLING IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LESSONS published in

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Lyutsiya Rafailyevna Suleymanova The article examines conditions affecting the development process, and the effectiveness of methods of formation of gaming techniques in teaching, and the development of literacy spelling, available for students form showing the advantages of Russian orthography based on morphological principle.
Characteristics of Rurbanization published in

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Boda Ramesh Rurbanisation denotes to the rural area being urbanized,Precisely rural area with the characteristic features of facilities available in area. These include Education (School), Health(PHC), Pucca raod to the village, Electrification of the village and establishing new markets. The Rurbanisation posses various characteristic features which has a lot of scope in development of the rural area. Boda Ramesh"Characteristics of Rurbanization" 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/ijtsrd9468.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/geography/9468/characteristics-of-rurbanization/boda-ramesh
Altitude extension: an imperative to transfer of technology in North-East hill ecosystem published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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C. VICTORIA DEVI AND M. M. ADHIKARY Department of Agricultural Extension Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya Mohanpur-741252, Nadia, West Bengal Extension education, by becoming a function for technology socialization, cant go without geographical references. With a change of altitude, the panorama of biology and sociology keeps transforming. What is happening since past and till today is a kind of blanket extension recommendations is being made to cover all geographical variations along and across the given hill ecosystem. In this paper and with this innovative approach, an empirical study has been conducted in the North East Hill Eco- system of India which is one of the hot spots of the World, for ultimately designing a both gross and subtle extension plan for desired changes in agriculture and social ecology of hill ecosystem. The altitude variances here are being associated with change in farming system, options of indigenous technology, culture, value and praxis, income and livelihood generation from a micro farming system. The altitude extension thus will add a new dimension of development instead of mere transfer of technology in North-East hill ecosystem.
Need for Corporate Governance in Small Scale Industry published in

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Vasu Jalari, Dr. M. Devarajulu Recruits of small scale industries have usually been view as outsider to the corporation. Position and responsibilities of workers within the small scale industry infrequently occupies much space, and worry, in Indian corporate laws. This is simulated in contemporary theories of the corporation, where the dominant paradigm of corporate governance takes a narrow approach, which is constrained to the relationship between directors and workers. Comparative corporate governance, however, provides different views on the position of small scale industrial employees vis-a-vis the corporation. One of the benefits of comparative corporate governance has been to show us an assortment of achievable governance solutions to different problems in SSI sector. There have been important reforms in the area of corporate governance, which provide incentives for enhanced standards of corporate social responsibility and conduct. This study examines ways in which the wellbeing of the employee could be included within the enterprise. Then it discusses the position of the employee might be treated differently through the lens of corporate and labor law principles. Further the paper studies the contemporary endorsed developments and reform proposals outside corporate law, which affect both the position of SSI worker interests and employee participatory rights in corporate governance.
We communicate with our Voices published in

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Dr Keyurkumar M Nayak -
bination of sternal cold abscess,subdiaphragmatic abscess with miliary tb is not reported in literature.Here we report a case of combination of subdiaphragmatic abscess and sternal abscess with miliary tb published in

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Dr.Murali Prabhakar, Dr. Raghu Praveen Kumar Context: A Randomized clinical trial Of pressor responses during and after tracheal extubation and LMA (Laryngeal Mask Airway) removal in controlled hypertensive patients. AIM: aim of our study was to compare the pressor responses during and after tracheal extubation and LMA (Laryngeal Mask Airway) removal in controlled hypertensive patients. Settings and Design: The present prospective study was carried out in a territory care Teaching hospital. A total of 80 ASA-II controlled hypertensive patients undergoing elective Surgical procedure under general anaesthesia. The patients were randomly divided to two Groups, Group T (endotracheal) and group L (Laryngeal Mask Airway) with 40patients in each group. Materials and Methods: All the patients received 5mg alprazolam orally night before surgery. Inj Ondansetron 4mg IV inj glycopyrrolate 0.005mgkg-1 and inj ranitidine 50mg I.V were administered 60minutes before surgery. Once the patient was shifted to the operation theater pulse rate and blood pressure noted pre-oxygenation done with 100% oxygen for 5 minutes and thiopentone was given until eye lash reflex disappeared and intubation was facilitated with succinylecholine anaesthesia was maintained with oxygen (50%) nitrous oxide (50%) + sevoflurane (0.5%) and vecronieum bromide 0.1mg / kg. at the end of procedure patients were reversed with Glycopyrrolate 0.01mg /kg and neostigmine 0.05mg /kg iv. Endotracheal and Laryngeal Mask Airway removal was carried out when patient was completely conscious and response to verbal commands. Pulse rate blood pressure were recorded during pre induction, just before extubation and Larnygeal Mask Airway removal 1,2,3,5 and 10min after extubation, rate pressure product and mean arterial pressure at those interval were calculated Statistical Analysis Used: Comparibility of groups are analyzed by students t test P<0.05 was considered as statistcally significant. Results: From this study we have observed that Both endotracheal extubation and laryngeal mask airway removal were associated with a statistically significant rise in pulse rate, rate pressure product and mean arterial pressure when compared with baseline values. The rise was significantly higher in the extubation group as compared to laryngeal mask airway removal group. The values did not returned to baseline values even after 10minutes of extubation, whereas in laryngeal mask group the haemodynamic values returned to baseline levels, 5 minutes after LMA removal. Conclusion: The conclusions drawn from this study are that in controlled hypertensive patients, the haemodynamic responses produced by laryngeal mask airway removal are lesser and short lived as compared to endotracheal extubation. Use of Laryngeal mask airway is quite advantageous in hypertensive patients where in there is a concern about the pressor responses due to airway instrumentations.
A Study to Assess the Level of Exam Anxiety Among Higher Secondary School Childrens, Poonamalee published in

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Ms. Janani Preetha. T, Mrs. Sujithra. S. BACKGROUND: Anxiety is an emotional and behavioural disorder caused by the activation of sympathetic nervous system. In the domain of education, high level of anxiety is often experienced by students during performance related activities such as exams.AIM: The aim of the study is to assess the level of exam anxiety among higher secondary school childrens. OBJECTIVE: Is to assess the level of exam anxiety among selected higher secondary school children, Chennai. And to associate the level of exam anxiety with the selected demographic variables among students. METHODOLOGY: A total of thirty students were selected by probability sampling technique and students were made to fill the exam anxiety inventory scale to assess their exam anxiety level. Data were analysed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. .RESULT: out of thirty samples 9(30%) were mild exam anxiety,15(50%) were moderate exam anxiety and 6(20%) were severe exam anxiety. The mean value is 49.6 with 7.42 S.D. The association of selected demographic variables with the level of exam anxiety among higher secondary school childrens was not stastistically significant at the level of P< 0.05.
DURABILITY OF FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE WITH ARTIFICIAL SAND published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Akash Tejwani*, Lovish Pamecha Concrete is the combination of cement, natural sand or artificial sand and aggregate which are used in civil engineering works such as township project and infrastructure work . The present research work shows the study of cement concrete with varying percentage of fibers which are namely 0.10%, 0.20%, 0.30% ,0.40% & 0.50%. M20 grade concrete was adopted. Sizes of cube (15*15*15 cm) were used for testing. Compressive test of cubes was carried out with different types of fibers name ly AFRC and NFRC with natural sand and artificial sand. The aim of this research is to use of different fiber as reinforcement in concrete for a greater durability, workability and reduction in crack. The present work is concerned with the compressive str ength of FRC specimens (132 cubes) with 90 days of normal water curing and 90 days curing in sulphate & chloride. The method of mixing play an important character in FRC in which stress is determined by the fiber orientation. FRC controls micro cracking a nd deformation under load much better than plain concrete. About 43.8 N/mm 2 extreme compressive strength found with N.S at 0.4% fiber concentration when cubes samples were cured in plain water (AFRC) & about 44.1 N/mm 2 extreme compressive strength found w ith natural sand at 0.4% fiber concentration when cube samples were cured in NaCl & MgSO 4 mixed water (AFRC) and about 35.8 N/mm 2 compressive strength found with artificial sand at 0.4% fiber concentration when cubes samples were cured in plain water (AFRC ) & about 39.9 N/mm 2 compressive strength found with artificial sand at 0.4% fiber concentration when cube samples were cured in NaCl & MgSO 4 mixed water (AFRC).
Water Deficit Stress Induced Changes In Metabolic Organic Compounds in Chickpea Grains published in

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Chandana Jain, Pratima Jain The aim of the present study was to quantify the extent of changes in the concentration of different metabolic organic compounds in chickpea grains under extreme moisture stress and non stress so that nutritional quality can be defined. Chemical composition of grain protein, carbohydrate, starch, soluble sugars contents in chickpea samples were estimated under water stress to non-stress environments. Results indicated that a higher amount of grain protein, carbohydrate and soluble sugars were found however starch content decreased under moisture stress environment. Average protein increased by 5.04%, carbohydrate 3.68% and soluble sugars 21.44% over non stress content value. Moisture stress induced reduction in starch. It was found that starch reduced by 4.73% in water deficit stress.
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON DIESEL ENGINE FULLED WITH CASHEW NUT SHELL OIL AS AN ALTERNATE FUEL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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G.V.VN. Sivanjaneyulu*1 & V.Dhana Raju This paper evaluates the novel use of cashew nut shell oil (CNSO) as an alternative fuel for diesel. Biodiesel is produced free from environment, and different types of vegetable oils and animal fats. It has highly oxygenated, non-toxic, sulfur free.The renewable fuel that can be adoption in diesel engines without any change. Direct injection diesel engine have been experimentally examine with CNSO methyl esters and its blends (C10, C20 and C30) with diesel fuel. Engine performance parameters namely Brake specific fuel consumption, Brake thermal efficiency, combustion and exhaust emissions of CO, HC,CO2, NOx and smoke density were determined for wide range of loading conditions and at constant engine speed of 1500 rpm. The result denotes that there is a slight decrease in brake thermal efficiency and increase in specific fuel consumption for all the blended fuels when compared to the base fuel. The substantial reduction in carbon monoxide, unburned hydrocarbon and smoke density were recorded for all the blended fuels as well as with neat biodiesel and slightly increased with base fuel. But, in the case of oxides of nitrogen, there is a slight increase for all the blended fuels and with neat biodiesel when compared to diesel fuel.
TYPICAL ORNAMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CERAMIC WARES OF GANJA FOR THE ANCIENT PERIOD published in

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Waugh-Quasebarth Jasper; Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov On the basis of indisputable arguments and facts in offered article it was proved, that owing to development of the constructive-plastic forms, also decorative-ornamental characteristics of ceramic patterns of Ganja of the early Iron Age epoch are considered the unique wares.
Role of Women Entreprenuership in the Economic Development of India published in

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Analysis of Speed and Agility Among Different Levels of Handball Players published in

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Dr. B. Chittibabu The purpose of our study is to analyse speed and agility among differenent levels of handball players. Sixty (60) male handball players were selected as subjects from AGM Higher secondary school, Thuraiyur. These players were classified into three groups namely junior (20), senior (20) and super senior (20). These players were tested on speed and agility which was selected as criterion variables and measured by 50 yards dash and shuttle run. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was computed and revealed a significant difference on speed (F = 8.82, p < 0.05) but failed to show difference on agility (F = 0.87, p > 0.05). The Scheff S post hoc test showed that super senior boys show difference with junior and senior boys. We concluded that speed significantly differ among different level male handball players in school may be due to experience and physiological changes.
Ru(III) CATALYZED OXIDATION OF PARACETAMOL BY CHLORAMINE-T IN AQUEOUS ALKALINE MEDIUM- A KINETIC AND MECHANISTIC STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Amrita Srivastava* and Neha Agarwal The oxidation kinetics of paracetamol by chloramine-T in NaOH medium has been studied at 313K. The reaction had shown first order dependence on CAT and Ru(III). First order dependence on Paracetamol at its low concentrations but tending towards zero order at its higher concentrations. The reaction showed negative fractional order w.r.t [OH-]. The rate of reaction decreased with decreasing dielectric constant of the medium which was done by adding CH3COOH. Variation of chloride ion, mercuric acetate and ionic strength did not bring any significant change on the rate. The oxidation product had been identified by FTIR spectroscopic techniques. Thermodynamic parameters were computed by performing the kinetic runs at various temperatures. A mechanism consistent with observed parameters is proposed and rate law is derived.
STRUCTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SOME TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES OF NITRO DERIVATIVE OF PHENYLAZO-ETHYLACETOACETATE published in

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Dr. Harmeet Kaur Kohli* and Dr. A. Y. Desai Nitro phenylazoethyl acetoacetate complexes of the type M(NO2-PAEA)n, where M is ZrO(IV), Th(IV), Zn(II) and Cd(II), n is the valency of the metal, and NO2-HPAEA is nitro phenylazoethyl acetoacetate, have been synthesized and characterized. Complexes were isolated in solid state and characterized from elemental analysis, magnetic studies, UV-visible, IR and NMR data. The elemental analysis confirms the assigned stoichiometries. The stereochemistries of the complexes were ascertained using magnetic studies, uv- visible diffusive reflectance, IR and 1H NMR. The present paper describes synthesis and characterization and biological studies of these complexes. The complexes are found to have striking structural features. In these complexes, the phenylazo group (C6H5N2) exhibits bidentate character and co-ordinates with the metal through the phenylazo and methylketo groups. Metal- Ligand ratio is found to be 1:2. ZrO(IV)complex is square pyramidal, Th(IV) has octahedral geometry whereas Zn(II) and Cd(II) are found to have tetrahedral geometry respectively.
HISTOLOGICAL & HISTOCHMICAL CHANGES IN LIVER OF ADULT RATS TREATED WITH MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE: A LIGHT MICROSCOPIC STUDY published in

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Vandana Kumbhare, Ujwal Gajbe, Brij Raj Singh, *Anil Kumar Reddy, Samarth Shukla Introduction: Monosodium Glutamate, also known as MSG.[1-3] Monosodium glutamate is a controversial additive. It is metabolized in liver and kidney plays an important role in its elimination.[4] In 1968 Schaumburg H.H and R. Byck[5] were the first people to draw attention towards Chinese restaurant syndrome characterized by headache, chest discomfort and facial flushing.[6, 7, 8] The diversity in manifestation of toxic effects and susceptibility of different species of animals to MSG was such that till date no specific dietary limitations have been recommended. The current research work is carried out to Study the morphology and histology of adult rat liver treated with Monosodium Glutamate (3mg and 6mg/gm body weight). Materials & Methods: The study was started after permission from Institutional Ethical committee which has duly authorized CPCSEA approval for animal experiment. In all 51 adult Wistar rats were assigned into three study groups randomly. All three group experimental animal were sacrificed according to CPCSEA guideline, and Liver tissue sample were taken for morphological and histological examination. Conclusion: The findings revealed that there were deleterious changes in the liver tissue such as dilated and congested central vein, inflammatory cell infiltration, cytoplasmic vaculation and pyknotic nucleus, cyto architecture disturbance, and degenerative changes more marked in the peripheral lobular areas of the liver tissue.
Heart Rate Variability as a Tool To Detect Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy in Type 2 Diabetic Patients published in

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Dr Prakash S B, Dr Riyaz Ahamed S, Dr Vaijyanath Itagi, Dr Prashanth Dixit, Dr Subramanya B K Background: Cardiac autonomic neuropathy in diabetic patients is a serious and common complication. Unrecognized cardiac autonomic neuropathy can prove fatal in them. The present study was done to evaluate efficacy of heart rate variability as a tool in diagnosis of cardiac autonomic neuropathy in diabetic patients. Methods: The study was carried out on 100 randomly newly detected cases of type 2 diabetic patients in a tertiary care hospital in Karnataka. Frequency domain analysis of heart rate variability of the selected cases was compared with 50 healthy individuals taken as controls. Niviqure software was used to analyze heart rate variability in terms of Low Frequency, High Frequency the ratio. Student T test is applied to find out the statistical significance. Results: Mean ? SD of low frequency, high frequency and ratio of low and high frequency was calculated and no significant change is noted among controls and cases. Conclusion: The economic impact of testing is heart rate variability as tool for early detection of cardiac autonomic neuropathy is minimal along with physical examination.
Retrospective Analysis of Mastoid Findings in Cholesteatoma Surgery published in

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Dr Viresh Arora, Dr Bhanu Handa Retrospective analysis of mastoid findings such as labyrinthine fistula and facial nerve dehiscence in cases of chronic otitis media with cholesteatomas; to review incidences and elucidate their association of occurrence, with its outcome.Case record basedanalysis of one hundred twenty eight patients (77 Males, 51 Females) enrolled in the study of tympanoplasty with or without mastoidectomy, complicated by labyrinthine fistulas between 2008 to 2013 was done retrospectively. Most of the patients underwent Preoperative scans. Sizeof the fistulas were assessed by CT scans and operative microscopic evaluation. The overall incidence of FND, and rates of lateral canal fistulas were 15.6% and 4.7% respectively. The relationship between them was positive in our study
Public Health Education in India: A Need for a Change published in

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Dr.Sriram Chandramohan This Paper analyzes the present postgraduate public health education for the health programming and suggests some solutions for the institutes to adopt or adapt for improving the quality of their scholars, to fulfill the needs of public health in the developing countries and particularly in India. In the last few years there is a conscious shift in public health education in India with a few institutions (with medical and nonmedical background) initiating public health programs for both medical and nonmedical graduates.) There is a stark difference between the hype around higher education and the real picture as most of the universities/ institutions in India are facing shortage of quality teachers, lack of funds, obsolete curriculum, and wrong government policies. Public health teachers should assume to be high-level learners and are expected to devise mechanisms of interactions with the field of learning (individuals, families, people at large, community, implementers, supervisors, program planners, managers, and PH leaders) that engage MPH students for quick and appropriate learning so that the students utilize their creativity for interaction. To make students confident and committed, encouraging both personal and professional development is a value-add the institutions can take upon them.
Opportunities and Challenges Faced By Domestic Packaged Drinking Water Manufacturing Entrepreneurs in Mysore District, Karnataka published in

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Rakesh. T. S, Dr. Ashoka M. L, Madhushree. S, In India, due to the lack of a readily available clean water supply, bottled water is more of a necessity than a choice. As a result of this Indian bottled water market has exploded with an estimated 1 million bottles sold per day and it has been growing at a CAGR of 19%, is expected to continue its growth momentum and grow over four-folds to Rs.36,000 crores by 2020. There are more than 3,300 registered plants manufacturing bottled water in India, around 48% located in the south and followed by 22% in the west. Majority of the Indian bottled water manufacturing enterprises are failing in building creating brands and making them sustain in the huge domestic market against the MNCs bottled water brands and also their efforts are not sufficient to take them into global markets. In this background the present study is mainly focused on highlighting the problems faced by the domestic bottled water enterprises while marketing and creating brands in the market against MNCs bottled water brands in Mysore District, Karnataka
HUMAN HAIR PERFORATION: A TOOL IN FORENSIC BIOLOGY published in

Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine

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Itisha Singh The hair perforation is a prominent feature in several infected hairs. Different types of perforators are found in human hairs. Various types of hair perforations were seen in different individuals in this study. Other structure and type of hairs, their chemical structures are also reviewed in order to consolidate important aspects of hair diagnosis.
Absence of Olfactory Bulbsin A Patient With Congenital Anosmia published in

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Nobuko Makino, Shinji Makino We present a patient with congenital anosmia.The coronal T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed absence of the olfactory bulbs on both sides.We propose that conventional MRI may alert the clinician to the possibility of a congenital olfactory dysfunction.
Secrypt in IDPRS with Mining Techniques published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Thejeswari.C.K,Sumathy.V The data packets sent across network are intruded by many attackers, prone through failures and packet losses. Those packets that are attacked by intruders affect the basic components of network security such as confidentiality, integrity and availability. Sensors in general uses alarms to indicate intrusion which brings the problem of inaccuracy and need for alarms increased in large complex network. To improve accuracy and performance, we proposed the novelty technique for data mining techniques like supervised learning and unsupervised learning. We make use of classification and clustering techniques to solve the problem of intrusion. Classification is one of the supervised learning techniques and clustering is one of the unsupervised learning techniques which are used to detect the type of attack. The intrusions are detected by using sensors in the network that compromises the basic three network security components, prevention technique like authentication and information protection across network systems are also used along with an alert message to the user. Finally, the detected intrusion is recovered by using the recovery techniques.
Optimization of Green Energy Resources With Considering These Sources as Dependent or Independent Sectors published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Hossein Nasiraghdam, Morteza Nasiraghdam, M. Mohammadi In this study an optimized operation and management of microgrid in distribution systems with multiple distributed generation (DG) units under two different market policies are presented. At the first, it is supposed that DG is under ownership of Disco and in second scenario it is assumed that beside the micro grid, DG is a private sector under market too.
QUALITY EVALUATION OF IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ALBIZIA LEBBECK L. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Ariharasiva kumar1,2 G, Kavimani S3, Uma S4 and Tamilarasan M1 Albizia lebbeck is very important medicinal plant; it is used in Ayruvedic medicine. In the present study established to find the phytochemical constituents and antioxidant property of various extracts of Albizia lebbeck were performed. The bark was shad dried and powdered. The powdered bark were defatted with methanol in Soxhlet apparatus and then extracted with absolute methanol for 96 hours separately in Soxhlet apparatus. The results of preliminary phytochemical screening of the ethanolic extract of AL revealed the presence of alkaloids, glycosides, steroids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins, carbohydrates and reducing sugar. The antioxidant activity of the ethanolic extract was measured 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging capacity and the total antioxidant capacity of the ethanolic extract of Albizia lebbeck were determined. The ethanolic extract yielded the most significant levels of antioxidants and howed high free radical scavenging activity. Furthermore, studies on the isolation of constituents from the bark extract are biological activities under way for its better exploitation.
STUDY THE MUTAGENIC EFFECTS OF ULTRAVIOLET (UV) ON VIABILITY AND ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY OF ENTEROPATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI ISOLATED FROM INFANTS DIARRHEA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bushra H.Saleh*, Reem N. Ibrahim**, Ruqaia Mohammed Ibrahim. During this study a total of (28) diarrheal samples were collected from infants and young children younger than (3) years in (2) hospitals in Baghdad, during the period from 1/4/2014 to 30/8/2014.Diagnosis of Escherichia coli is depends upon isolation and laboratory identification of the bacterium. Bacterial isolates were identified by gram stain and API 20E system. Results showed that among the total of (28) diarrheal samples that were collected, only (19) isolate (67.85%) were gave typical morphological characteristics and biochemical test that related to Escherichia coli while the rest (9) isolates may belong to other pathogenic bacteria from different genera. Results of Serotyping reveals that only (17) isolates from (19) isolates were give positive results with polyvalent antisera on slide agglutination test. Results of antibiotic sensitivity test for (10) EPEC isolates reveals that EPEC isolates were 100% sensitive to trimethoprim/ sulphamethoxazole, ciprofloxacin and gentamycine, 80% of isolates were sensitive to Nalidixic acid and amoxicillin. Results also reveals that 90% of isolates are resistant to ampicillin, bacitracin and Erythromycine. Results of mutation to Escherichia coli isolates (E1) reveals that exposure to UV irradiation from (1-5) mint leads to change in the sensitivity of isolates to, amoxicillin, chloramphenicol ,gentamicin and trimethoprim/ sulphamethoxazole from (25,24,20,20) mm zone of inhibition respectively to resistant isolates while the same isolate reveal changes in results from resistant to sensitive to cefixime and bacitracin which have (22,20) mm zone of inhibition respectively after mutation but the same results were remained for the other antibiotic (ciprofloxacin, Erythromycin, ampicillin, nitrofurantion, and Naldixic acid. Also results of mutation to Escherichia coli (E1) isolates reveals that exposure to UV irradiation from (1-5) mint leads to change in the viability of E1 isolates in which increased exposure time to UV irradiation leads to decrease in viable cell count from too numerous to count in control plate to (80x106), (50x106)CFU/ml in M1,M2 plates after exposure to UV light for 1,2 mint, then increased exposure time to (3,4,5)mint lead to decrease viable cell count to (25,14,2) x 106 CFU/ml in (M3,M4,M5) plates respectively.
A Study of Relationship Between Academic Achievement And Mental Health of Secondary School Tribal Students of Assam published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. M.S. Talawar,Mrs. Anindita Das The present investigation was undertaken to study the Academic Achievement of secondary school tribal students in relation to their Mental Health. The Researcher had selected 200 secondary school students giving representation to gender and locality. The mental health scale developed by Mercy Abraham andK.C. Baby Prasannawas used as tool and academic achievement scores has taken from school. Pearsons product moment correlation was applied to find out the relationship and t test was applied to find out the significance of difference between different variables. The study found that there is a positive relationship between academic achievement and mental health of secondary school tribal students of Assam. The study also found that there is a significant difference in the mental health of boys and girls, urban and rural secondary school tribal students of Assam.
Evaluating molecular study of the association of Glutathione S Transferase GST (T1 , M1) genetic polymorphism in Iraqi Arab Femals with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Coronary Artery Diseas published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Marwa M. Mahmood* Nagham E. Al-Essa* Isam N. Salman** Batool A. Shihab * Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a major health concern and leading of death in individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Glutathione S Transferase(GST) are known for their broad range of detoxification and in the metabolism of xenobiotics . The role of functional variants of these genes in the development of various disorder is proven. We investigated the possible role of these variants in the development of CAD in T2DM patients. In this case control study a total of 60 patients (T2DM = 30 ; T2DM CAD = 30) and 30 controls were included. Serum lipid profiles were measured and DNA was extracted from the blood samples. Multiplex PCR for GSTT1/M1 (present / null) polymorphism, were performed for genotyping of study participants. Gene frequency and lipid profiles were statistically analyzed for disease association. Regression analysis showed that, there was no significant difference of the frequency of GSTT1 (positive /null) genotype and GSTM1 (positive /null) genotype in the 3 study groups . GSTT1 positive genotype is associated with a 0.51 fold increased ( OR = 0.51 ; 95%CI = 2- 0.1 ;P = 0.321 ) , while the GSTM1 positive genotype was associated with a 3 fold increase ( OR = 3.06 ; 95%CI=1- 9.7 ; P = 0.055) .We conclude GSTT1 positive genotype considered to be a protective risk from CAD in T2DM patients . The GSTM1 positive genotype it was considered to be a risk factor of the CAD in T2DM patients.
Revisiting the Turkish Military and European Union Reforms: 1999-2005 published in

Lectio Socialis

Published by Lectio Press
Bardakçı, Mehmet The military’s omnipotent role in Turkish political life following the establishment of the Turkish Republic developed into one of the most significant characteristics of the Turkish political landscape. The armed forces gained significant privileges and strengthened their autonomy within the multi-party era, which saw three coups. However, the EU’s 1999 Helsinki Summit brought about a paradigmatic change in the status of the military, shifting the balance of power in favor of civilians. This piece throws light on the developments that contributed to changing the role of the military in Turkish politics, and details the many factors that contributed to its more receptive approach to the EU democratization reforms. These include the momentum gained in Turkey’s EU accession bid after its declaration as a candidate country in 1999, the AKP government’s reformist and conciliatory stance, Chief of Staff General Hilmi Özkök’s adoption of a more liberal version of Kemalism, the maintenance of the guardianship role of the military in the political system, and the emergence of a political environment that was conducive to democratization.
Primary Renal Rhabdomyosarcoma in An Adult Patient Presenting With Myasthenia Gravis: Unusual Presentation of A Rare Malignancy published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Prakasa Rb, Rambabu B, Sridhar P Genitourinary rhabdomyosarcoma is commonly seen in children and is rare in kidneys. Renal sarcomas account for less than 1% of cases of renal cell carcinomas. Myasthenia gravis is rarely seen as a paraneoplastic syndrome in renal cell carcinomas. Renal rhabdomyosarcoma in adult is hence a rare entity with only three or four cases reported in the literature. Usually the diagnosis is made postoperatively after histopathologic examination and immunohistochemistry of the radical nephrectomy specimen. Here we present a case of primary renal rhabdomyosarcoma in an adult who presented with myasthenia gravis as a paraneoplastic syndrome. A radical nephrectomy was done with careful perioperative use of acetylcholine esterase inhibitors. Histopathologic features were suggestive of mesenchymal tumour with skeletal muscle differentiation and positive staining for desmin and myogenin indicating a rhabdomyosarcoma.
Relationship Between Home Environment Factors and Academic Achievement of Secondary School Adolescent in Onitsha Education Zone of Anambra Statet published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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JOACHIM C. O., ESKAY M., EZEUDU, F., Some home environmental factors have much to contribute to students experiences and eventual attainments educationally. These include parents economic background, parents occupation, parents educational background among others. The objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between home environmental factors and academic achievement of secondary school adolescents. Three research questions and three null hypotheses guided the study. The design adopted was a correlational survey. Subjects for the study consisted of 787 schooling adolescents irrespective of gender from Onitsha education zone of Anambra State. Two instruments were used for the study: (a) First term examination scores on English language and Mathematics (b) Home Environmental factors Questionnaire (HEFQ) The instrument was validated by three expects in the filed of guidance and counseling and measurement and evaluation. Cronbach Alpha method was used to determine the coefficient of internal consistency. The overall alpha coefficient was 0.72. The research questions and hypotheses were analyzed using linear regression and analysis of variance. The findings revealed among others that: there is a positive relationship between economic background of parents and academic achievement of students in English Language and Mathematics Parents occupation and parents educational background significantly influence students academic achievement in English Language and mathematics. Based on the findings, a lot of implications were drawn, one of such is that parents need to know their role in the education of their children so that they do not put the blame entirely on teachers when their children do not perform well in school. Recommendations were made which included that, teachers educationist and guidance counsellors should try to create awareness in parents on the importance of the home environment on academic achievement which can improve the childs performance.
IN VITRO AND IN VIVO EFFECT OF THREE AQUEOUS PLANT EXTRACT ON PATHOGENICITY OF KLEBSIELLA PNEUMONIA ISOLATED FROM PATIENT WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sura Ihsan Abed Chabuck*, Nagham Adil Ghani Chabuck This study was aimed to evaluate the antibacterial activity of four aqueous plants extract (pomegranate, apple, lemon & orange peel) on the survival and virulence factor of Klebsiella pneumonia isolated from urine in vitro and in vivo. Antimidrobial assay relied on the estimation of the colony forming unit number present the pomegranate was higher effect than a anther plant. when study the hidrophobicity of cells precent plant extract have different effect from very strong hydrophopic (apple , lemon ) to hydrophilic (orange) . Bacterial strain loss their ability of hemagglutination in present lemon and apple but orange & pomegranete extracts did not show any alteration of hemagglutination. In curli expression thes found only bacteria incubated in the presence of all concentrations of pomegranete extract and 8000mg/mL of orange& lemon extracts formed white colonies which indicated the loss of curli fimbriae. Other extracts did not inhibit the synthesis of curli fibers. The antihemolytic activities were obtained in the present of pomegranate in 500 mg/ml and orange peels in concentration 1000 mg/ml and higher. Bacteria growing in the presence of apple extracts did not show effect on heamolytic. Bacteria growing in the presence of apple, lemon and pomegranet extracts did not show effect on viscosity in concentration 62.5mg/ml. The histopathological change in mice kidney infect with bacterial suspension only is acute cellular degeneration and degenerated glomeruli and severe degeneration of renaltubules aggregation of inflammatory cells and bleeding in the renal tubule while mice kidney infected with bacterial suspension and pomegranate not observed any histopathological change.
EVALUATION OF TOLENORM OIL AND TOLENORM OINTMENT IN ‘NEAR SKIN’ MODEL FOR THE TREATMENT OF VITILIGO published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Aruna.V * , Amruthavalli G.V, Satarupa Mukherjee, Gayathri Rajagopal Combination of Tolenorm oil and Tolenorm ointment was tested on co - culture of melanocytes and keratinocytes in vitro to understand whether the effect of these Siddha drugs results in the transfer of melanin from melanocytes to keratinocytes. The findings of the present study authenticates the established likely mechanism of action of these Siddha drugs with reference to up - regulation of tyrosinase activity , melanogenesis, dendrite formation and increase in dendrite length directly impact the pigment transfer.
PERFORMANCE & EMISSION ANALYSIS OF CI ENGINE BY USING BLEND S OF COTTONSEED OIL & BUTANOL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shivram B. Janjal * , Prof. D. N. Hatkar With a recent energy crisis, alternative fuel, especially for transportation, has been explored to reduce the consumption of gasoline, on the way of which use of alcohol & biodiesel have been successfully promoted to reduce this uneven diesel - gasoline consumption pattern; whereas, Diesel - Biodiesel& ethanol blends was tested for performance and emission with acceptable results. However, diesel biod iesel - ethanol blends still faces challenges in finding suitable emulsifier, preventing water absorption from ambient and adapting existing distribution infrastructure to cope with low flash point. Hence, the present study evaluates feasibility in using but anol blending with diesel - biodiesel due to no need for emulsifier, less moisture absorption and less variations in physical/chemical properties of the blends. Diesel biodiesel were blended at concentration B - 10, B - 20 and B - 30 Diesel - biodiesel & Butanol were blende d at concentrations of DBB [50:10:40], DBB [50:20 :30], DBB [50:30:10], by volume without any emulsifier additive to observe solubility and stability. Relevant physical and chemical properties were measured and compared with specification of die sel. Then blends were tested with unmodified single cylinder diesel engine for engine performance, fuel consumption and emissions, with comparison to commercially available diesel in the market. The physical/chemical properties of the blends reveal accepta ble values; whereas, the engine testing results reveal that DBB [50:30:20], can be used in single cylinder diesel engine without any modification to the Engine.
Effects of Employee Ownership on the Performance of French Companies SBF120: Empirical Validation published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Refka MAGHRAOUI, Jameleddine ZIDAI Given divergent results of studies on the implications of employee ownership on performance and low interest granted to the probability of the existence of an eventual causality. The purpose of this contribution is to check whether there is a causal link between the two presuppositions and if so, whether the causality is unidirectional or bidirectional. Based on the econometrics of panel data, the error correction models and low exogeneity tests, the results of the econometric treatments, on a sample of French companies quoted on the stock exchange 120 over a period running from 2000 to 2012, reveal the existence of two long-term dynamics in a single direction from the performance indicators (ROA and ROE) to employee ownership.
Environmental Awareness and Hygienic Measures Taken Based on a Case Control Study Prevent Further Outbreak of Indian Tick Typhus in and Around Village Deol, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India- A Seven Years Follow-Up Study published in

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Rajesh K. Sood, Omesh K. Bharti, Vidya Ramachandran Background: Rickettsial diseases (typhus) is a group of re-emerging infections, which manifests itself as nonspecific febrile illness & pose a serious public health problem when not diagnosed or misdiagnosed. Tick borne disease has been reported among international travelers. An outbreak of tick borne typhus was reported in Botswana among U.S. Soldiers participating in training exercise in Botswana with high attack rates. In a recent study in south India 7.7 % of pediatric patients with fever of unknown origin had spotted fever. On 9/7/2007 a pediatrician telephonically informed the Chief Medical Officer Kangra regarding high number of fever cases in Deol Village. Fever presenting with excessive perspiration, headache, chills & rigors. The author was asked to confirm & investigate the outbreak and suggest protective measures to be taken. Methods: We collected baseline fever data for a period of 5 years. We talked to local people, local service providers to verify if similar disease had occurred in the past & we confirmed that it was an unusual event. We defined a suspected case as occurrence of fever with or without chills or headache with onset from Mid April Mid August 2007, in a resident of village Deol with no established alternative diagnosis & conducted house to house searches and enumerated the village population. We also collected blood slides for malarial parasite, serum samples for serology for typhus & blood stool samples for salmonella culture. We conducted in depth interviews of key informants regarding the occupation, common activities in the area, obtained data on temperature humidity & rainfall for the last five years to correlate the environmental variables with the outbreak. We inspected the water source & collected water samples for examination for coliform bacteria. We examined animals for the presence of ticks & sent tick samples for identification. We then conducted a case control study with all 25 lab confirmed cases & 25 age sex & neighborhood matched controls. We collected information on socio- demographic variables, various suspected exposures using a pre tested structured questionnaire to find out the risk factors and take preventive measures. Results : We found 332 cases (over 17 weeks) from Deol. The incidence of fever in July 2007 was in excess of the expected frequency by more than 2 standard deviations & confirmed to the definition of an outbreak. The common clinical features were fever with chills in 86% followed by fever with headache in 83% & Fever with cough 24%: One case showed 2 eschars. The first case was on 15th April the epi-curve peaked in the week ending 7th July & then declined. The attack rate was 26 % & more in females (32%) than in males (20%). The attack rate was highest in age group of 5-14 (38%), followed by 15-29 yrs (29%). Geographic distribution shows that attack rates were highest among areas close to forest. No pathogens were isolated in the 3 Stool cultures or 6 blood cultures. Blood film examination for malaria was negative. According to the lab reports of CRI Kasauli, 12 cases of 19 had a titer of >1:80 on Weil Felix. IgM ELISA done at NCDC, Delhi reported 10 of 16 samples positive for Indian tick typhus R. conorri. 2 cases had a significant rise in titers from 1: 80 to 1:1240. A total of 25 cases had IgM Elisa positive or Weil Felix titer > 1: 80. The comparison of various exposures among case patients & healthy controls showed that those changing clothes weekly or less frequently had 29 times higher risk of getting the disease, whereas for exposure to tall grass in the neighborhoods it was 14 times higher risk. Travel to forest, bathing animals frequently, less than thrice weekly; personal bathing frequency more than weekly, farming & having tick infested animal in the house were associated with a higher risk of getting disease. Having a household contact with fever case was associated with a 4 times higher risk of getting the diseases. Other factors like having a mud house, ownership of animals in family were not significantly associated with risk of illness. The village people go to the forest/ grasslands to collect grass or graze the cattle The in depth interviews of key informants revealed that tick paralysis is common among the sheep in spring when crossing forest to grazing pastures.. Riphicephalus ticks which are associated with Indian tick typhus were physically found on the animals. Conclusions: The high risk associated with poor personal hygiene is corroborated with the life cycle of the tick. The larval stage of the ticks will get washed off the body with good personal hygiene like frequent changing of clothes and bathing. The spurt in rainfall & humidity in beginning of June corresponds to increase in vegetation height & increased propagation of ticks. Recommendation: The people were advised to bathe daily & change clothes frequently. Exposure to forest & farm activity needs alert behaviour and people need to get the animals treated for the tick infestation regularly. We sensitized the local medical officer & a system was put in place for regular surveillance of the disease based on case definition of fever. No cases have been reported in last more than seven years as a system of effective surveillance is in place for detection of any such cases and people are continuously sensitized to maintain hygiene and be vigilant during rainy season and de-tick the animals regularly
2G Ethanol Production From Palm Lignocellulosic Biomass published in

JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

Published by COUNCIL FOR INNOVATIVE RESEARCH
Leonard Guimarães Carvalho, Luiz Felipe A. Modesto, Donato A. Gomes Aranda, Nei Pereira Jr Brazil presents the world's largest potential for the production of palm oil due to nearly 75 million hectares of land suitable for palm culture and advantageous soil and climate. The biomass generated in the production of palm oil (palm pressed fiber, PPF) is mainly composed of lignocellulosic material that can be hydrolyzed into fermentable sugars for further conversion to ethanol. This work evaluated alkaline pretreatment of this palm oil residue and subsequent Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation (SSF), achieving a conversion of glucose to ethanol higher than 90% and a concentration equivalent to 22.40 g/L of the alcohol.
BIOLOGICAL APPROACH OF MAGNESIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIZE BY SPIRULINA PLATENSIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohammad Irfan Ali1*, Gaurav Sharma1, Manoj Kumar2, Nakuleshwar Dut Jasuja1, Rajgovind1 Background-The present study explores extracellular synthesis of magnesium oxide nanoparticles (MgO NPs) using the aqueous extract of Spirulina platensis. Biosynthesized MgO NPs were characterized by UV-Vis spectroscopy, XRD and FTIR studies and finally tested for antibacterial activity. Methods- Biosynthesis using extract of S. platensis showed the formation of well scattered, highly stable, spherical MgO NPs with an average size of 30-40 nm. The size and morphology of the nanoparticles were confirmed by SEM and TEM analysis. Results- Furthermore, the synthesized nanoparticles exhibited good antibacterial activity against pathogenic gram-negative i.e. Escherichia Coli- MTCC-9721, Proteus vulgaris- MTCC-7299, Klebsiella pneumonia- MTCC-9751 and gram-positive i.e. Staphylococcus aureus- MTCC- 9542, S. epidermidis- MTCC- 2639, Bacillus cereus- MTCC-9017 bacteria. The MgO NPs had shown maximum zone of inhibition (ZOI) i.e. 25.30.48 in S. aureus- MTCC-9542. Conclusion- Use of such a biological method provides a simple, cost-effective alternative model for the synthesis of nanomaterials in a large scale that could be exploit in biomedical applications.
CEREBRAL GIGANTISM: SOTOS SYNDROME A CASE REPORT published in

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Dr .Sunil Kumar Agarwalla, Dr.SushreeSmitaBehura, Dr. Shubhankar Mishra Sotos syndrome/cerebral gigantism , described by Sotos ,is an overgrowth syndrome characterized by increase birthweight ,excessive growth during the first few years of life and distinctive facial features including macrocephaly ,high forehead pointed chin ,long and narrow face etc . They have mild to moderate mental retardation with developmental delay .It is generally diagnosed by clinical criteria . We present a case of sotos syndrome with all characteristic morphological features .He had no features to suggest other forms of overgrowth such as Marfan syndrome, McCune-Albright syndrome or homocystinuria.
Effect of aqueous extract from Marjoram against Salmonella and cholera bacteria published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Suadad A. Al-Samaraie * Hesham M. Abdul-Karim* Eman H. Abaas * Kefah A. Jasem** Shaymaa S. Abud* Suhad D. Saleem* Five different bacterial isolates [ Vibrio cholera (Ogawa) , Vibrio cholera (Inaba) , Salmonella typhi , Salmonella paratyphi and ? Salmonella typhimurium ] were obtained from the Central Health Laboratory . Both sensitivity tests (MIC , MBC and wells method ) against these bacteria were performed by using the aqueous of leaves extract of Marjoram plant. The results cleared that the values of MIC for Vibrio cholera serotypes Ogawa and Inaba were 100 mg/ml , while the value of MBC was 200 mg/ml. The value of the Inhibition zone at 100 mg /ml concentration for both Ogawa and Inaba were 13 mm and 9 mm respectively. Our results showed that the three types of Salmonella didnt show any inhibition zone at 200 mg/ml .
Study of Outcome in Swine Flu Patients With High Risk Predisposing Factors published in

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Dr Janak Chokshi, Dr Niyati Bhalani, Dr Muzammeel Hada, Dr. Asna Sheikh -
THE RELATION OF BLUE-COLLAR HOMESICKNESS AND LONELINESS WITH ALTRUISM, CONSCIENTIOUSNESS, AND PERFORMANCE: THE MODERATING EFFECT OF RELATIVES PRESENCE published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
F. Ceyda Suer, Alev Torun This paper has focused on an uncared issue on the part of human resource management that of homesickness and loneliness. This research emphasizes the importance of addressing blue-collar employees homesickness and loneliness at work in terms of their possible effects for work behaviors. Better understanding of these effects is expected to contribute to the organizational behavior literature on a rather neglected topic about expats. The research presents evidence from research on blue-collar employees in Turkey, who are working in an Istanbul based electrical contracting company and coming from other cities. In the study, the relationship among the variables of homesickness, loneliness, performance, and two dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior (altruism and conscientiousness) are examined. Survey method was used to gather data from 150 participants and the analysis was conducted with SPSS 20. According to the results of the study, homesickness and loneliness are positively related and they have been found to negatively affect performance and the two dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior. The moderating role of relatives presence in the construction yard was also searched and partial support was obtained. Although employees experienced homesickness in terms of difficulty to adapt to their new environment, they could still demonstrate conscientiousness if they had a relative at workplace. The overall aim of this research was to investigate the concept of homesickness and loneliness in the workplace. Study results are hoped to shed light on issues related to training, and management of stress for employees and developing a supportive network in the organization.
Development of module for complementary feeding at rural set up published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PRIYANKA SINGHAL AND RITA SINGH RAGHUVANSHI The present study was conducted in Bargarh situated in Mau block of district Chitrakoot (U.P.). Rationale of the study was to facilitate information on complementary feeding to rural women through training module as flip chart. The objective of the study was to develop training module on complementary feeding for facilitators at anganwadi centres and balwadi centres. Qualitative information was obtained by semi structured interview method to get views on major challenges regarding complementary feeding as reported by respondents. It was uncommon to prepare semi solid food as complimentary food for infants of six months and older. Women were often not aware of the exact age of their child. Family foods often lack the nutrients in the appropriate concentration that children need for proper growth. Distribution of weaning foods from anganwadi centers was irregular. On the basis of need assessment, module on complementary feeding was developed containing four sections viz. anchor, input, apply and integration. Anchor sections (15 min.) consisted of exploring what the learners already know about the topic and connect them to the core concept to be introduced. Input section (40 min.) comprised of adding new knowledge through flip chart. Apply activity (30 min.) involved undertaking a task that enables learners to apply the new knowledge immediately provided through flip charts. Integrate activity (20 min.) included using new knowledge in their real lives. Participants showed enthusiasm to have knowledge regarding complementary feeding provided by facilitators. The module was found useful by the participants.
Study on Health, Nutrition and Educational Status of Institutionalized Street Children published in

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Vijayasree, Bandikolla, Dr. D. Sarada The present study was taken up to investigate into the health, nutritional and educational status of street children in Tirupati. A sample of 35 children were randomly selected for the study. Questionnaire, interview schedules were used to collect information regarding their health, nutrition and education. The data was tabulated and results discussed.
INVESTIGATION OF SEIZURE FAILURE OF HEAVY DUTY ENGINE PISTON published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Manuwar Alam*, Prof. Rajesh Soni In Internal Combustion engines piston failure is a common phenomenon and it is very serious problem which still exist. It is only the component of Internal Combustion engine that encountered failure from different region like stress of thermo-mechanical, wear, fatigue, extreme temperatures etc. In the present work the intricate problem of seizure failure of piston has been investigate experimentally with metallurgical investigation in terms of chemical composition test, scanning electron microscope (SEM) test and hardness test were carried out for heavy duty engine piston. The problem of piston seizure failure of a four stroke diesel engine we observed one seized engine piston of four stroke heavy duty diesel engine at different parameters. After observing and studying of different parameters like chemical composition test, Hardness and SEM test result it is believe that there is some theoretical gap and conceptual difference which still need improvement to predict the mechanism of seizure failure in internal combustion engine. It is also believe that there should also be improved in manufacturing technology and improved heat treatment process.
Performance of indigeneous genotypes of tikhur (Curcuma angustifolia Roxb.) for growth, rhizome and starch yield published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEO SHANKAR*, S.S. RAO1, N. SHUKLA2, R.S. NETAM AND S.C. MUKHERJEE The investigation was undertaken during the year of Kharif seasons 2010-11 and 2011-12 at Shaheed Gundadhoor College of Agriculture and Research Station (IGKV) Kumhrawand, Jagdalpur, Bastar (C.G.). The experiment was laid out in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with 20 genotypes of tikhur with three replications. The genotypes were grown randomly in each replication/block in a total of 60 plots of 3.0 m 2.4 m each containing 60 plants per plot. Observations were recorded from ten randomly selected sample plants in each treatment and observed mean value used for statistical analysis. The genotypes showed highest mean performance under growth characters viz., IGDMT-10-1 for plant height, IGKOT-10-1 for number of leaved per plant. IGBLT-10-1 and IGSJT-10-1 for harvest index; under yield attributing characters genotypes IGSJT-10-2 and IGBT-10-2 for weight of mother rhizome per plant, IGSJT-10-3 and IGSJT-10-2 for weight of secondary rhizome per plant, IGBT-10-4 for number of mother rhizome per plant, IGSJT-10-1 and IGSJT-10-2 for thickness of mother rhizome per plant. The IGSJT-10-2 showed highest mean performance for total rhizome yield 30.32 t.ha-1 followed by genotype IGSJT-10- 1(21.52 t.ha-1) and IGJT-10-1(21.18 t.ha-1). The highest mean performance for starch recovery IGSJT-10-2 showed 16.57 per cent followed by genotype IGBT-10-4 starch recovery 15.80 per cent and IGBLT-10-1 starch recovery 15.52 per cent. Highest protein per cent in starch (0.95 %) was recorded in genotype IGSJT-10-4.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF IMMEDIATE RELEASE TABLETS OF ISONIAZID AND PYRIDOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Debjyoti Nag, Sudipta Das* and Arnab Samanta The objective of the present study was to formulate and evaluate the Isoniazid (INH) and Pyridoxine HCl (Vitamin B6) immediate release tablets. The tablets were prepared by wet granulation technique using excipients such microcrystalline cellulose (MCC), starch, magnesium stearate and talc. DSC study shows there was no interaction between drug and excipients. The granules were evaluated by determining the angle of repose, bulk density, tapped density, Hausner ratio and Carrs index. The angle of repose was found to be between 22.890.45 to 29.411.40. The value of Carrs index, Hausner ratio and the angle of repose of the granules showed good flow properties. The tablets were subjected to measurement of weight variation (within limit), drug content (97.560.13% to 101.160.14% for INH and 97.260.22% to 97.260.22% for Vitamin B6) hardness (5.6660.60 to 7.6660.68 kg/cm2), friability (less than 1%), disintegration time (6.210.42 to 16.481.11 minutes) and in-vitro release studies. The tablets were evaluated by simultaneous UV spectrophotometric method.In-vitro release profile indicates that formulation F2 and F7 gives most promising results, but formulation F7 showed minimum disintegration time and dissolution studies conclude that the more than 80% of drug was released within 15 minutes which is a desired criteria for immediate Release dosage form. The results also showed different parameters of stability studies of final batch (F7).
Where Generic Strategies can be a risk? published in

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Corporate Governance and Financing Constraints in Family Firms: Does Foreign Ownership Make a Difference? published in

Proceedings of the 2017 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

Published by Lingnan University
Ei Yet Chu, Saw Imm Song, Tian So Lai The study addresses the effectiveness of foreign investors in exerting corporate governance for efficient financing decision. The study tests this proposition on Malaysia family firms, which have low cash flow. The sample comprises 265 firms from 2008 to 2014. The findings confirm a few issues. First, family firms in Malaysia face financial constraints, which lead to the issues of low investment in the country. CEO’s duality and independent directors, both corporate governance mechanisms are not effective in ensuring efficient financing for investment. Second, the influences of foreign ownership on corporate governance are not straightforward. They are an interplay between foreign owner and large shareholder in family firms in improving corporate governance mechanism for an effective financing in family firms. Foreign owner is found to improve financing efficiency via corporate mechanisms of CEOs and Independent directors when the large shareholders controlling stake is less than 11%.
METHODS OF SOLUBILITY AND DISSOLUTION ENHANCEMENT FOR POORLY WATER SOLUBLE DRUGS: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Mofizur Rahman*, Abul Bashar Ripon Khalipha, Md. A. K. Azad, Sophia Hossain and Sanjida Haque Solubility and dissolution are the rate limiting factors to achieve their desired concentration in systemic circulation for pharmacological response especially poorly water soluble drugs. About 40 % of drugs discovered as noble compound cant reach higher stage being poorly water soluble. Effectiveness of the drug can be severely insufficient by poor aqueous solubility and some drugs also show side effects due to their poor solubility. For formulation scientist, problem of solubility is a major challenge. For pharmaceutical product development several methods for poorly water soluble drugs are available to circumvent these. These methods are preferred on the basis of certain aspects such as properties of drug under consideration, nature of excipients to be selected, and nature of intended dosage form. Solid dispersion, Micronization, Salt formation, are some of the vital approaches routinely employed to enhance the solubility of poorly water soluble drugs but each approach has some limitation and advantages. Novel techniques like Nano-suspension, Supercritical processing,Cryogenic technology may allow greater opportunities in the delivery of poorly soluble drugs. The solubility behavior of drugs remains one of the most challenging aspects in formulation development. There are several methods are available for solubility and dissolution enhancement of poorly water soluble drugs. Various methods of solubility and dissolution enhancement for poorly water soluble drugs confer in this review.
COMPARISON OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE 2 MCG WITH CLONIDINE 50 MCG ADDING TO 12.5 MG OF 0.5% HEAVY BUPIVACAINE FOR SPINAL ANAESTHESIA IN LOWER ABDOMINAL SURGERIES. published in

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Dr. Murali Prabhakar, Dr. Sandeep. G. B Context: Comparison of Dexmedetomidine 2 MCG with Clonidine 50 MCG adding to 12.5MG of 0.5% Heavy Bupivacaine for Spinal Anaesthesia in Lower Abdominal Surgeries. AIM: aim of our study was to compare the Dexmedetomidine 2 MCG with Clonidine 50 MCG adding to 12.5MG of 0.5% Heavy Bupivacaine for Spinal Anaesthesia in Lower Abdominal Surgeries. Settings and Design: The present prospective study was carried out in a territory care Teaching Hospital. A total of 60 patients of ASA I and II undergoing lower abdominal Surgery Under spinal Anaesthesia was enrolled in this study. Patients were randomly divided in to two Groups, Group C (Clondine group) and Group D (Dexmedetomidine) with 33 patients in each group. Materials and Methods: Patients in group C received 2.5ml of 0.5% hyperbaric Bupivacaine with 50 ?g of Clonidine. Patients in group D received 2.5 ml of 0.5% hyperbaric Bupivacaine with 2 ?g of Dexmedetomidine. Statistical Analysis Used: Data were Analyzed using MS Excel software and SPSS software for determining the statistical significance. Analysis of Variance was used to study the significance of mean of various study parameters between the two groups. Students t test was used to compare the two groups on mean values of various parameters. The p-value <0.05 is considered significant. Results: In our study, patients remained hemodynamically stable in both Dexmedetomidine and Clonidine groups. Patients in Clonidine group had a greater fall in heart rates than in Dexmedetomidine groups, and the difference was statistically significant. There was no much fall in blood pressure and heart rate when compared to the baseline values. Conclusion: Addition of Dexmedetomidine 2?g to 0.5% heavy Bupivacaine intrathecally produced faster onset of sensory blockade, longer duration of analgesia and motor blockade and better haemodynamic stability than Clonidine 50?g
TOXICITY OF 2, 4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID ON FRESHWATER FINGERLINGS LABEO ROHITA (HAMILTON) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Arivu, I., Muniyan, M., Muthulingam, M., Parthiban, P., Ambedkar, G., Kamalkanth, S. 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) is an herbicide commonly used in agriculture. The residues of 2,4-D is present in air, water, soil and edibles. It constitutes a real hazard for human and animal health as numerous accidents of poisoning deaths caused by this herbicide have been reported. The point of view concerning acute and sub-lethal toxicity of herbicide 2,4-D to fingerlings of Labeo rohita of mean weight of 6-8 g and standard length of 8-10 cm were investigated under laboratory condition. In 96 hours, LC50 was 300 ppm the toxicant lead to initial increase in the opercula ventilation rate which then decreased below the status by the end of the 96 hours. Restlessness, immobilization, loss of balance and air gulping impaired equilibrium, erratic swimming, changes in orientation locomotion and convulsion were commonly observed before death during the acute bioassay. Exposed cells of the fish gill had coagulation necrosis of the lamellae, per lamellae fibrosis and inflammations. The results from this study revealed that 2,4-D was very toxic to finger lings of Labeo rohita under laboratory condition and its application should therefore, be restricted in the field.
Occupational atmosphere and life Stress of School Teachers with its Associated Factors published in

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Dr.N.Prema The present study mainly intended to recognize the level of occupational atmosphere and the level of life stress of school Teachers. This study also aspired to be acquainted with the factors associated. Normative survey method was adopted to collect the relevant data by distributing two separate questionnaires. There are 98 school Teachers were selected by employing simple random sampling technique as samples from seven primary and secondary schools. Result shows that majority of the teachers have good occupational atmosphere and also they have average level of stress in life. This study also revealed that there is significant association exists in life stress with salary and also with experience.
A Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Oil Massage on Selected Parameters Among Low Birth Weight Neonates at Bethesda Hospital, Nagercoil published in

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M. Adline Jini Introduction: Low birth weight are most common problem among neonates, Low birth weight neonates or growth retarded are prone to manifest diabetes mellitus, hypertension and coronary artery disease in later life. Objectives: To assess the selected parameters of Low birth weight Neonates among experimental and control group. To determine the effectiveness of oil massage on selected parameters of low birth weight neonates among experimental group. To compare the effectiveness of oil massage on selected parameters between experimental and control group. To find the association between the selected parameters of low birth weight neonates with their demographic variables among experimental group. Methodology: Quasi experimental design with convenient sampling technique 60 samples was analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. Result: there was no association between level of vital parameters and demographic variables at (p<0.05).
CYTOLOGICAL POINTERS TO THE DIAGNOSIS OF A RARE PAROTID GLAND TUMOR - EPITHELIAL-MYOEPITHELIAL CARCINOMA published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
R Rajani, Amita K Epithelial-Myoepithelial carcinoma (EMC) of the salivary gland is a rare tumor representing 1% of all salivary gland neoplasm. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is the best tool for preoperative diagnosis of salivary gland neoplasms. However there are only few documented case reports of preoperatively diagnosed cases of EMC in English literature. We present a third case of cytologically diagnosed EMC and highlight the fact that three dimensional clusters, acellular basement membrane material, prominent central nucleoli and attempted tubule formation are important pointers to the cytological diagnosis of EMC at cytology.
BIOFERTILIZER OPTIONS IN NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT OF POTATO published in

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S. N. Dash, R. C. Jena High dose of fertilizers raises the cost of cultivation of potato. An experiment was conducted at the Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar during rabi seasons of 2012-13 and 2013-14. Use of biofertilizers was evaluated as an option in nutrient management for studying growth, yield, nutrient uptake and economics of potato cv. KufriChandramukhi. The yield (28.98 t ha-1) and uptake of nutrients (94.4 kg N ha-1 and 17.1 kg P ha-1) of a crop raised from seed tubers soaked in 1% each of urea and NaHCO3 and biofertilizer treatment (Azotobacter+phosphorus solubilizing bacteria) under 75% of recommended NP was significantly higher than that from 100% nutrients from inorganic sources. It also resulted in maximum net return (`55186) and return per rupee investment (2.03) indicating 25% saving of NP over full nutrient application through inorganic sources
A invisibilizao identitria da frica lusfona na Folha de S. Paulo e em O Globo published in

Revista Observatorio

Published by Dr. Francisco Gilson Rebou?as Porto Junior
Elton Antunes, Jos Cristian Ges In order to understand how the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo and O Globo reported relations between Brazil and Portuguese Africa, we investigated the news these papers, from 1996 to 2006, when the CPLP (Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries) did ten years established. The results of this survey indicate that there is a media production absences of unspoken and said, that has its basis in Brazilian racial history, and proposes the deletion of ethnic racial traits among the Portuguese-speaking countries, resulting in invisibilizaes identity.
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION AND IN VITRO STUDY OF ANTIOXIDANT ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTICANCER ACTIVITIES OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF IPOMOEA QUAMOCLIT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K.Renuka*, K.Ravishankar The aim of the present study is to investigate the phytochemical constituents, antioxidant antimicrobial and cytotoxic activity of ethanolic extract of Ipomoea quamoclit. Preliminary phytochemical tests revealed the presence of alkaloids, tannins, saponins, flavanoids, glycosides, phytosterols, carbohydrates, aminoacids, phenolic compounds. The antioxidant activity of Ipomoea quamoclit was evaluated by 1,1-Diphenyl-2-Picryl Hydrazyl free radical scavenging activity, phosphomolybdenum method ,reducing power method, scavenging of nitric oxide and the IC 50 values for the Ipomoea quamoclit and reference standard Gallic aid were found to be(68.4g/ml,0.82g/ml for DPPH method),(96.4g/ml,2.44g/ml for nitric oxide method).Antimicrobial activity was evaluated by Agar Well Diffusion method. In vitro screening of Ipomoea quamoclit ethanolic extract showed species specific activity in inhibiting growth of bacteria and fungi. The ethanolic plant extract showed good activity against selected gram -positive bacteria (Bacillus subtilis,Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus werneri)gram-negative bacteria (Pseudomonas putida,Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruinosa,Proteus mirabiis,Klebsiella pneumonia)and fungal strain (candia albicans).The observations revealed significant zone of inhibition and supports to antimicrobial activity. The cytotoxic studies indicate the Ipomoea quamoclit inhibit caco 2 (colon cancer) cell viability in a dose dependent manner. The IC 50 values calculated were >100g/ml for ethanolic plant extract, 22.12g/ml for standard drug 5-fluorouracil.These findings revealed that the ethanolic extract of Ipomoea quamoclit has cytotoxic, antioxidant and antimicrobial activities. The bioactive compound responsible for these activities could be isolated and identified to develop a new drug.
The Impact of Degradation of Soil and Measures to Prevent Degradation of Soil published in

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Prof. Thorat V. P, Prof. Khairnar A. S, Prof. Gujarathi A. M Soil is a important part of the nature. It is a main foundation of human being. In our project we are going to perform a case study or analysis of soil degradation and prevention of soil. Soil causes very harmful for the nature as well as all on the earth. Everyone on the earth doing well but no under staidly the soil pollution which are created by human being activities so we have mention some of the ways to show the some of the points degradation of soil as well as prevention techniques.
A Study on Neikuri in Hypertension published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
S. Mohamed Ajmal | M. Nagalakshmi | A. Raja Rajeswari The methodology of diagnosis in Siddha system is based on eight fold examinations of pulse, reflex, tongue, body color and complexion, speech, eyes and sight, stools and urine. Of all these parameters, Urine examination has gained paramount importance next to pulse examination. Neikuri is a diagnostic tool of urine examination using Sesame seed oil developed by Siddhars and also throws a light on prognosis of disease condition. This is an attempt to understand the Siddha system of diagnosing pathological conditions which are a non-invasive, highly cost effective procedure which can be used for both diagnostic and prognostic purposes. This study aims to validate the Neikuri image on the patients diagnosed as Hypertension. For the purpose of the study, ten urine samples of Hypertension patients were collected and the oil drop test was conducted using the guidelines mentioned the Siddha Literature. Majority of samples showed a ring shape like circle under Iyam humor. This study can be used as referenced diagnostic criteria for Hypertension. S. Mohamed Ajmal | M. Nagalakshmi | A. Raja Rajeswari"A Study on Neikuri in Hypertension" 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/ijtsrd3564.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/other/3564/a-study-on-neikuri-in-hypertension/s-mohamed-ajmal
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
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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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The Effect of Demonetization on the various Sectors published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr.K.Suryanaryana | Dr.T.Sreekrishna In an emboldened move, government declared that the 500 and 1000 Rupee notes will no longer be legal tender from midnight, 8th November 2016. The RBI will issue new Rs. 500 and Rs. 2,000 notes which will be placed in circulation from 10th November 2016. Notes of 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 Rupee will remain legal tender and will remain unfazed by this decision. This measure has been taken by the prime minister if India in an attempt to address the resolve against corruption, black money, terrorism and counterfeit notes. This move is expected to cleanse the formal economic system and discard black money at the same time. One of the reasons that prompted the Government to demonetize Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes is that their circulation was not in line with the Economic Growth. As per the Finance Ministry, during 2011-2016 periods, the circulation of all notes grew 40% but the circulation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes went up by 76% and 109% respectively. Relatively speaking, the economy has grown only by 30% which is way below the money circulation. Dr.K.Suryanaryana | Dr.T.Sreekrishna"The Effect of Demonetization on the various Sectors" 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/ijtsrd3537.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-economics/3537/the-effect-of-demonetization-on-the-various-sectors/drksuryanaryana
Inverted and Impacted Third Molars Report of Two Rare Cases with Literature published in

Advances in Human Biology

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Rushit Patel, Jayanti Patel, Vandana Shah, Rakesh Shah, Vikas Bhakhar. Background: Teeth start to erupt during infancy and again when the primary teeth are replaced by the permanent teeth. If a tooth fails to erupt or emerges only partially, it is considered to be impacted. This most commonly happens with the wisdom teeth as they are the last teeth to erupt in the oral cavity between 17 to 21 years. An impacted tooth remains stuck in gum tissue or bone for various reasons as in overcrowded regions were there could be no room for them to emerge or if the jaw is too small to fit the wisdom teeth. Teeth may also become twisted, tilted or displaced as they try to emerge resulting in impaction.
APPLICATION OF ADAPTIVE NEURO-FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEMS AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK AND FOR KINEMATIC VISCOSITY OF BIODIESEL PREDICTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Youssef Kassem *1 , Muhammad Abid Khan2 and Hüseyin Çamur This study investigates the applicability of adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) and artificial neural network (ANN) approaches for modeling the fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) property including kinematic viscosity at various temperatures and the volume fractions of biodiesel. An experimental database of kinematic viscosity of pure biodiesel was used for developing of models, where the input variables in the network were the temperature, the number of carbon atoms (NC) and the number of hydrogen atoms (NH) of the composition of methyl esters (C8:0, C10:0, C12:0, C14:0, C16:0, C16:1, C18:0, C18:1, C18:2, C18:3, C20:0, C20:1, C22:0, C22:1, C24:0 were considered as input variables on the ANFIS and ANN. Moreover, the models are divided into saturated species from C8:0 to C24:0 and unsaturated species, from C16:1 to C22:1. The model results were compared with experimental ones for determining the accuracy of the ANFIS and ANN predictions. The developed model produced idealized results and was found to be useful for predicting the kinematic viscosity of biodiesel blends with a limited number of available data. Moreover, the results suggest that the ANFIS approach can be used successfully for predicting the kinematic viscosity of biodiesel blends at various volume fractions and temperature compared to ANN approach.
Flexural Toughness of Ternary Blended Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Subjected to Sustained Elevated Temperature published in

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Dr Deepa A Sinha In this paper, an attempt is made to study the flexural toughness of steel fibre reinforced concrete with ternary blends. The mix design was carried out for M30 grade concrete which yielded a proportion of 1:1.86: 2.41 with a w/c ratio of 0.45. Before mixing, 30% of cement was replaced by (FA + SF) or (FA+GGBFS) or (FA+MK) according to the proportions such as (0+0), (30+0), (25+5), (20+10), (15+15), (10+20), (5+25) and (0+30) respectively. A detailed investigation is made to study the flexural toughness of steel fibre reinforced concrete with ternary blends on the beam specimen when subjected to sustained elevated temperature of 200oC, 400oC, 600oC, 800oC and 1000oC for 3 hours and then allowed to cool.. It can be concluded that 30% replacement of cement by (10+20) proportions of (FA+GGBFS) in ternary blended SFRC yields higher strength.
Sustainable mitigation systems using GIS map in climate change vulnerable schools in Pangasinan, Philippines published in

Asian Journal of Science and Technology

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Elisa S. Della Climate change is an area of science that has been studied for many years. We now live in a unique time in that our scientific abilities have not only given usa precise age of the planet, but of the universe itself. The study aimed to identify and design a school-based climate change mitigation system, determine the attributes of the personnel in terms of knowledge and attitudes towards climate change, participation, and climate change mitigation practices of the vulnerable schools....
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF NOVEL 2, 3-DIPHENYL QUINOXALINE-1, 4-DI-NOXIDE DERIVATIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gollapalli Naga Raju*, Karumudi Bhavya Sai, Rohini Tejaswi Myneni, Nagandla Navya, Rangisetty Spandana Yasaswini and Rama Rao Nadendla A novel series of 2,3-diphenyl quinoxaline-1,4-di-N-oxide derivatives were synthesized and evaluated for their antibacterial and antifungal activities against gram negative viz Escherichia coli, P.aeruginosa and gram positive bacteria viz staphylococcus aures, Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus cereus and pathogenic fungi viz Candida albicans and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Streptomycin and Nystatin used as standard drugs. All the compounds were characterized by physical and spectral data. All the compounds showed potent to moderately potent antimicrobial activity. These compounds can be further exploited to get the potent lead compound.
Contact Allergic Dermatitis to Magic Mehendi- a Case Report published in

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Dr Rajendra Chandrakant Shinde,Dr Rohini Pradeep Gaikwad Application of Heena paste (Mehendi) by females is an integral part of all wedding & festive occasions all over India. Contact dermatitis to the traditional mehendi is extremely uncommon. There is a recent fashion trend to apply Magic Mehendi. Contact allergic dermatitis to this newer Magic Mehendi is probably more common. We report here a case of a 27 years female who applied magic mehendi during her wedding and developed contact allergic dermatitis to it. Our aim of presentation is make us all aware of the increasing use of paraphenylenediamine (PPD) in magic mehendi and the potential dangers arising out of it
Prostate Biopses :A Five Year Study at a Tertiary Care Centre published in

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Dr. Poonam Burdak, Dr. Narayani Joshi, Dr. B. P. Nag, Dr. R. M. Jaiswal Background:- Disease of prostrate is one of the common problem of old age in men. PSA , Digital rectal examination and transrectal USG are tools most commonly used to screen for prostrate cancer, however biopsy remains gold standard for final diagnosis. Objectives:- To determine various morphologic types of prostrate lesions and their comparison with other studies. Methods:- Study includes 775 cases of prostrate biopsy from Dec 2013 to Jan 2009. Histopathology of prostrate biopsy was done and clinical and histological data so obtained were analysed and compared with another similar studies. Results:- Non neoplastic lesions were observed in 716 of 775 cases (92.4%) and majority of cases were found in age group of 61-70 years. Majority of neoplastic lesions were also observed in age group of 61-70 year in which incidently detected Prostrate cancer were 76.27% and cases with already suspected prostrate cancer were 23.27%. Conclusion:- Out of 775 prostrate specimens studied nonneoplastic lesions were common which accounted for 92.4% and neoplastic lesions accounted for 7.6%.
Computer Simulated Program an Effective Tool For Understanding Physiological Concepts published in

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Dr. Puja Dulloo Back ground: Practical labs are an important part of physiology curriculum. Replacement of animal dissection by computer simulated program has made physiological learning highly interactive and motivating. My aim was to correlate the theory topics for cell transport, nerve and skeletal muscle physiology with that of its practical aspect using CSP. Method: A study was done in fall semester for 2nd year medical students 2011 and 2012 batches at OMC, Muscat. After didactic teaching a pre test was given to assess baseline knowledge of students followed by CSP practical completed by a post test. 5 point Likerts scale feedback survey was filled by all the participants after completion of the course. Result: Statistically significant increase in the post score were obtained for all the topics. Descriptive statistical analysis for 11 questions showed positive response by 77-84% students for considering CSP helpful to improve on human physiology concepts. 65% of students felt in control of their own learning process thus improved in self directed learning. Conclusion: CSP allows students to redo and analyze the practical by changing variables for better understanding and motivate for self directed learning.
Evaluation of nutritional status of elderly people residing in old age home and in their residence of Kolhapur city published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ULAKAV. DESAI AND R.M. KAMBLE Ageing is a complex phenomenon that is accompanied by physiological, psychological and social changes contributing to declining health status. Todays busy work structure and the nuclear family cluster gave way to the growth of many old age homes which are all flooded. Old age home has given a moral support to many needy elderly people, but the big question arises about their psychological, nutritional and health status. The present investigation was designed to evaluate the nutritional status of elderly people residing in old age home and residing in selected residential zone of Kolhapur city. Difference in their nutritional status was compared. A total of 100 elderly people were included in the study. A pre-designed and pre-tested questionnaire was used to collect the information of study population. Socio-economic status, dietary intake pattern, anthropometric measurements and clinical examinations were the parameters used to evaluate the nutritional status of the selected subjects. The present study had shown that there was a significant difference in food intake pattern, nutrient intake pattern, anthropometric measurements and clinical assessment of residential zone elderly and elderly residing in old age home. A nutrient intake of residential zone elderly was much better than elderly residing in old age home when compared with RDA.
Comparative Study of Using and Non using Post-Abortal Temporary Contraception published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Raxita Patel, Dr. Krishna Jagatiya, Dr. Jigar Baria, Dr. Udit Kilji, Dr. Vijay Chaudhary OBJECTIVE To find out incidence and reason for discontinuation of using and non using temporary contraceptive methods after abortion. METHOD This Is a prospective study of 270 women. Group A are users of temporary contraception (135) and Group B are non users of contraception (135) after abortion. In group A, 65.9% accepted CuT, 27.4% accepted OCPs and 6.66% used condoms. At 6 month and 1 year follow up, 4.44% and 18.5%, respe tively discontinued contraception. In Group B, 15.55% women having repeated abortion in follow up study. CONCLUSION Better compliance for temporary contraception due to immediate reversal of fertility and avoid unwanted pregnancy termination.
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.
Caste-system and transformation in Ravindranth Tagores Gora and Premchands Godan through the characters of Gora and Mattadeen. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Vaghela Jagruti Laljibhai In the pre-Independent India, caste-system and untouchability played a vital role on the plight of the poor people, especially peasants and untouchables affected and suffered lot. Brahmins, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shudra are four category of Indian people. They are classified by their birth. Actually karma (Deed) makes the man - not birth, as per Hindu mythology. Gradually, this principle has been forgotten and higher-caste people judged low-caste people by birth and made them untouchables. Some people who believe in karma and humanity join Brahmo-samaj, Arya-samaj, prarthana-samaj etc. But they are also classified as untouchables in orthodox Hindu-society. Some of them are also prejudiced. Ravindranath Tagore and Munsi Premchand are reformist writers. They made people understand that humanity is the main caste, not anything else. Everyone is creation of God. Though by the prejudiced character of Gora and Mattadeen we come to know about preIndependent caste-system, youth and flows of socialization and individuals transformation by experience.
SECURITY CHALLENGES AND CONCERNS IN IOT BASED SYSTEM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Sanjay Gupta*, Dr. Vinodini Katiyar Nowadays most of the electronic gadgets and other sensor devices getting connected with Internet of things, these devices having many security flaws. As researchers find that companies only taking care of these devices at firmware level and there is no mechanism to update the security flaws from these devices afterwards. In this paper first we have talked about security engineering for the Internet of Things and purposed our protection instrument. In our purposed guard component there are three levels of barrier, every one of these levels of safeguard we have discussed the counteractive action methods, finding of the defenselessness point in the connected gadgets and their conceivable arrangements, assurance and protection of the gathered information. The move from close systems to big business IoT based systems to general society Internet is quickening at a faster pace—and legitimately raising alerts about security. As we get to be progressively dependent on canny, interconnected gadgets in each part of our lives, how do we shield possibly billions of them from interruptions and impedance that could trade off individual security? In this paper we have tried to answer these questions.
Livelihood Security of Tribal Women Through Watershed Programme published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Seema Naberia In recent years the Government of India has adopted a watershed development approach as an effort to reverse the removal of degraded land and thereby increases productivity and provides wage employment. Woman is the molder and builder of any nations destiny. Like women of other communities women among the tribal population also play a pivotal role in agriculture development and management of natural resources. The study reported that tribal women of Kundam block of Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh are actively participated in different activities i.e. soil-water conservation, crop production practices, practices for fuel, fodder and vegetable production. They also engaged in small-scale industries, self help groups, saving schemes and other practices. The watershed programmes in all the villages became means to harness their resources and realize their felt needs. It also helped them to develop a sense of unity, power, dignity and self-reliance. The watershed programme became a tool for the tribal women to take control of their social milieu, which affected their lives. The process provided them with an opportunity to empower themselves.
Bacteriological Characterization of Diabetic and Non- Diabetic Wound Infections in Samawah City, Iraq published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

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Mouna Akeel Hamed Al-Oebady A total of 150 samples (75 diabetic and 75 non-diabetic) of different ages and both genders (86 male and 64 female) were collected from patients suffering from wound infections who attending the Samawah Hospital of AL-Muthanna governorates through the period of one year (December 2015 - December 2016). The isolation and identification methods of bacterial isolates were followed upon the morphological, cultural and biochemical characteristics in addition to the confirmative systems such as CHROMagar and Api 20 for differentiation among bacterial species. The phenotypic results showed that the isolation percentage of Propionibacterium granulosum as an anaerobic bacteria was 22(18.6%) as predominant pathogens in diabetic wound followed by Staphylococcus aureus as aerobic bacteria 17(14.4%). While Pseudomonas aeruginosa was 17(15.7%) a predominant pathogens isolated from non-diabetic wound infection. Isolated culture was treated with antibiotics and Amoxycillin was found as the best effective antibiotic which gave (16mm) inhibition zone in comparison with other standard antibiotics.
Mitigating Malicious Scripting Attacks with a Content Security Policy published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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K.Veena Devi R.Arivumalar A content security policy (CSP) can help Web application developers and server administrator’s better control website content and avoid vulnerabilities to cross site scripting (XSS). In experiments with a prototype website, the authors’ CSP implementation successfully mitigated all XSS attack types in four popular browsers. Among the many attacks on Web applications, cross site scripting (XSS) is one of the most common. An XSS attack involves injecting malicious script into a trusted website that executes on a visitor’s browser without the visitor’s knowledge and thereby enables the attacker to access sensitive user data, such as session tokens and cookies stored on the browser.1 With this data, attackers can execute several malicious acts, including identity theft, key logging, phishing, user impersonation, and webcam activation. Content Security Policy (CSP) is an added layer of security that helps to detect and mitigate certain types of attacks, including Cross Site Scripting (XSS) and data injection attacks. These attacks are used for everything from data theft to site defacement or distribution of malware. CSP is designed to be fully backward compatible; browsers that don't support it still work with servers that implement it, and vice-versa. Browsers that don't support CSP simply ignore it, functioning as usual, defaulting to the standard same-origin policy for web content. If the site doesn't offer the CSP header, browsers likewise use the standard same-origin policy. Enabling CSP is as easy as configuring your web server to return the Content-Security-Policy HTTP header. (Prior to Firefox 23, the X-Content-Security- Policy header was used). See Using Content Security Policy for details on how to configure and enable CSP.
Mind fulness and Music: A Promising Subject of an Unmapped Field published in

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Oscar Lecuona de la Cruz1*, Raquel Rodrguez-Carvajal2* Mindfulness is defined as sustained, non-judgmental attention towards the world and the self. Several recent studies are bringing this concept into cutting-edge research and creating important contributions for the clinical context. In spite of this fact, there is a promising but unmapped field of research around specific contributions of mindfulness to music, and more specifically, for musicians. This article reviews this topic in order to show the state of the art of mindfulness related to music and help further advancement. A total of 27 publications were reviewed. The main conclusion is that despite its youth, this field is yielding some promising results in several dimensions: (1) effectiveness in mindfulness-based intervention programs for professional and hobby performers, (2) attention and concentration boost because of mindfulness induction in music audience, (3) effective induction of mindfulness states by music, and (4) promising contributions of mindfulness and music therapies. Finally, some guidelines and future lines are suggested for expanding and improving results, models, and methods.
PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT OF OFDM TRANSMISSION USING AMC AND DIFFERENT MIMO TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Madhuri Gehlot * In the rapid growing field of wireless communications, there is an increasing demand of higher rates with longer transmission ranges for new broadband applications. It was a big challenge for modern wireless communications networks to provide serv ices like video, voice, data including mobility. The project presents the analysis o f Space - Time Block Codes used for Multiple - Input Multiple - output MIMO - OFDM technology is a combination of multiple - input multiple - output antenna technology with orthogonal frequency divisi on multiplexing. Adaptive modulation schemes for fading channels are usually required to fulfi ll certain long - term average error rate targets. The error rate level is depend on the modulation type, SNR value and channel behavior. To transmit the faithful data over these systems the error rate performance is further improved using forwa rd error correction codes (FEC). Error rate performance is evaluated for these codes under different modulation schemes like QPSK, BPSK, and QAM technique s .
The Effect of Ethanolic Extract for Cyperus rotundus Rhizomes on Liver in Male Albino Mice published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Abeer M. Hussain* Basma A. Jasim* Sana M. Habib* Noor N. Jasim* The present study designed to determine the ethanolic extract of Cyperus rotundus on Liver in Albino Male Mice . In the present study 18 Male mice were used they divided into six groups ( 1st group consedered control group , 2nd group injected by 250 mg/ml from extract , 3th group injected by 300 mg/ml from extract , 4th group injected by 350 mg/ml from extract , 5th group injected by 400 mg/ml from extract and the 6th group injected by 450 mg/ml from extract ) . the expermint lasted for two days and the doses gived by intraperitonial injection . showed from the study results that ethanolic extract for Cyperus rotundus have negative effect on Liver tissue in 250 , 300 , 350 mg/ml concentrations when comparsion with control group . the results from two last groups was the same effect to the first three groups but was more negative on Liver tissue from the first three groups treated . We concluded from the present results that ethanolic extract from rhizomes of Cyperus rotundus have negative effect on liver tissue in the different concentrations .
Contemporary Motivation Tools Adopted by Strategic HR Managers published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rajendra Prasad G R | Dr. Manjunath K R The success of any organization depends on its employees and HR Managers. If employees are taken good care by HR manager, the performance & efficiency & productivity level increase. The main objective of this paper is to analyze the motivational tools and its level of the executives in the organization & elicit information regarding the various methods used by the personal managers to motivate the employees; used secondary data provided for the basis of the study. The major finding for the paper was that the employees were highly motivated due to good working environment & highly supported by supervisors to perform the task. This paper in Toto has six sections, including this introductory section. The review of literature is presented in the second section and the Research gap followed is given in the third section. A brief note on motivation & tools and the motivational factors are presented in the fourth section. Finally conclusion is presented in the last section. Rajendra Prasad G R | Dr. Manjunath K R"Contemporary Motivation Tools Adopted by Strategic HR Managers" 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/ijtsrd14594.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/hrm-and-retail-business/14594/contemporary-motivation-tools-adopted-by-strategic-hr-managers/rajendra-prasad-g-r
PRODRUGS: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shaifali Dubey*, Vandana Valecha Prodrugs are bioreversible derivatives of drug molecules that undergo an enzymatic and/or chemical transformation in vivo to release the active parent drug, which can then exert the desired pharmacological effect. This approach has several advantages over conventional drug administration. Prodrugs are with altered physicochemical, biopharmaceutical or pharmacokinetic properties of drugs so the efficiency of drugs gets improved with specific target delivery. This article includes classification, effect of prodrug on solubility, chemical stability, bioavailability, long duration of action and site targeted challenge with examples of prodrug illustrating the role of produg as a better way for the more effective treatment of different diseases.
Choice of Faculty And Socio-Economic Profile of College Students: Implications For Their Aspiration published in

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Shri Satishkumar G,Dr Shanta B Astige, The main objective of the paper is to examine whether there is any relationship between choice of faculty viz., Arts, Commerce and Science by college students and their socioeconomic background with possible consequences for occupational aspirations. The assumption on which the paper is based is that since faculties have varying degrees of employment potential, enrolment of students is closely linked with their socioeconomic background. More poorer, older and rural students are enrolled in Arts than in Science courses. Data were collected by administering a structured questionnaire on the final year/ last semester college students in Gulbarga. The chief finding was that by and large there was a correspondence between students socioeconomic background and the choice of faculty. To be specific, a greater proportion of college students drawn from higher castes classes and with urban background were found in commerce and science courses. This shows that the socially and economically better-off groups continue to reap the benefits of higher education
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
A STUDY ON ORGANISATION CULTURE AND ITS IMPACT ON EMPLOYEES IN TNPL (TAMIL NADU NEWS PRINT AND PAPER LIMITED) AT KARUR published in

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C. Kirthiga, Dr. Sathyapriya. J ?e study tells about the organization culture of Tamil Nadu News Print and Paper Limited (TNPL) ?e sampling technique used for this study is simple random technique. ?e samplings are collected from the employees of TNPL .?e tools used for this study is percentage analysis and chi-squaretest.Sampling size of this study is 122.?is study reveals that organizational culture is well and good in TNPL, which makes the employees, to feel that they are working in good organization
DETECTION OF MACROLIDE RESISTANCE GENES ERMB AND MEFA/E IN IRAQ published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Zahraa Y. Motaweq1*, Hawraa A. Ali. Al-Dahhan1, Habeeb S. Naher2 The results of amplification of ermB gene by monoplex-PCR revealed that 83.8% of S. pneumoniae isolates gave positive result for detection of ermB gene, only 16.2% isolates of S. pneumoniae gave negative result for detection of ermB gene. The results showed that 100% of S. pneumoniae isolates had mefA/E gene. The presence of mefA/E gene was an absolute predictor of phenotypic. Multiplex PCR results showed that two amplification bands of 640 bp (ermB) and 346 bp (mefA/E) were observed in 83.8% of isolates showing a corresponding in the present of two bands, while only 16.2% isolates of S. pneumoniae appeared one band (mefA/E gene). All the S. pneumonia isolates revealed resistance to erythromycin antibiotic were tested for the ability to produce M phenotype by using the double-disk test. The result revealed that (18.9%) isolates showed an M phenotype, 81.1% isolates showed a constitutive MLSB phenotype, and no isolates (0%) showed an inducible MLSB phenotype. M phenotype isolates: 85.7% of M phenotype isolates harbored the mef(A/E) gene, and 14.2% harbored the mef(A/E) and erm(B) genes. MLSB phenotype isolates: 100% of MLSB phenotype isolates had the erm(B) and mef(A/E)genes.
Effects of Parcourse Training on Selected Performance Related Physical Fitness Parameters of Handball Players published in

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Dr.S.MANIKANDAN The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of parcourse training on selected performance related physical fitness parameters of handball players. To achieve this purpose, thirty male handball players were selected as subjects, their aged between 18 to 25 years, they are studying in the department of physical education and sports sciences, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. The selected subjects were divided into two equal groups of fifteen subjects each, namely parcourse training group and control group. The parcourse training group trained for three alternative days in a week for twelve weeks with three sets per exercise per session at 60 to 80% with a progressive increase in load with the number of weeks. Speed and strength endurance were selected as criterion variables and they were tested by using 50 metres dash and Bent knee sit-ups respectively. ANCOVA was used to find out the significant difference if any between the groups. The results of the study showed that there was a significant difference on selected criterion variables such as speed and strength endurance between parcourse training group and control group.
SOCIAL MEDIA AS A TOOL FOR COMBATING CYBERCRIMES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SAUDI ARABIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Faisal Yousif Alanezi Social media has undoubtedly been integrated in our everyday live and has therefore become the channel to conduct a lot of business for example marketing, and communication worldwide. However, in the Middle East where social media has gained huge popularity, it has also attracted online criminals in the region to victimize users. Many harmful crimes occur through social media such as blackmailing, terrorists propaganda, online fraud, therefore there is an urgent need to combat them. In the Middle East, and in particularly in Saudi Arabia, social media have been increasing rapidly, and therefore has become a breeding ground for both online criminals and terrorists activities. This becomes a huge concern for both public and private users. Therefore, this paper demonstrates how social media could be an effective instrument in combating cybercrime in Saudi Arabia. It provides an advantageous insight into the essence of online crime, highlighting the motivations for committing online crime and shedding light on the paradoxical nature of social media. Keywords: Social Media Crime; Online Criminals; Combatting Online Crime; Saudi Arabia.
An Experimental Investigation on Effect of Fly Ash on Egg Shell Concrete published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G Anisha | A Pavani Egg shell which is made of calcium is thrown away as a waste. When the calcium carbonate is heated a binding material called Calcium Oxide (Lime) is obtained. As lime is the major compound of Portland cement, eggshell powder can be used as partial replacement of fine aggregate.Fly Ash is one of the residues generated in the combustion of coal. Fly ash includes substantial amounts if Silicon dioxide (SiO2) and Calcium Oxide (CaO). 75 million tons of fly ash which are rich in Silica is disposed to landfill as a waste annually in India.This project aims at examining the feasibility of eggshell powder as a partial replacement of fine aggregate and also to observe the affect of fly ash on the proposed concrete. In the present study, concrete cubes of grade M30 and M40 were prepared in the laboratory by replacing the fine aggregate with fly ash and egg shell powder at combined proportions of 0%, 7%, 14%, 21%, 28%, 35% & 42% by weight. Tests are conducted at 7 days and 28 days on concrete cubes, cylinders and flexural beams to study compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength/ finally the results are compared with the normal conventional concrete and the effect of fly ash on it is studied G Anisha | A Pavani"An Experimental Investigation on Effect of Fly Ash on Egg Shell Concrete" 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/ijtsrd2206.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/structural-engineering/2206/an-experimental-investigation-on-effect-of-fly-ash-on-egg-shell-concrete/g-anisha
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMBINED METHOD OF ROCK DESTRUCTION WITH EXPLOSIVE-MECHANICAL MEANS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Oleg Markovich Terentiev; Pavel Anatolievich Gontar An experimental installation for explosive-mechanical rocks destruction implementation was presented. Measuring devices with sensitive elements for analytical dependences testing were justified. The cutting tool of combined action was developed to provide preliminary rocks weakening by system of technological cracks with explosion energy and subsequent rocks destruction with hard-alloy cutters. Charge design provides powerful concentrated shock wave, preventing destructive impact on the cutting tool.
Synthesis And Charecterization of Magnesium Aluminate Spinel By Solution Combustion Method Using Variation of Fuel to Oxidiser Ratio and Mixed Fuels published in

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Rohit Deshpande, R. M. Lathe This paper is a study of Nano sized MgAl2O4 (Magnesium Alumminate) spinel powders which were synthesized by muffle furnace assisted Solution Com -bustion Synthesisusing various mixtures of urea, glycine as fuel. It was seen that Mg(NO3)2.6H2O and Al(NO3)3.9H2O show different behavior with respect to urea and glycine . Also the variation of fuel to oxidizer (F/O) ratio was studied . The study was carried out for leaner to richer fuel ratios.In the case of MgAl2O4 combustion synthesis results were achieved when fuel mixture (urea and glycine) were used. The useof fuel mixtures allowed the formation of pure, nano-crystalline MgAl2O4 directly from the combustion reaction.The effect of fuel mixture ratios was investigated by variation of the ratios in which the fuel was taken . The later product was characterized by XRay-diffraction analysis .The nanoscaled images where taken by SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope ) of the powder being produced.
Drug Addicts and Alcoholics: A Study of Personality in Pune, Maharashtra published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Geetanjali S. Isaiah, Dr. Sandeep Lloyd Kachchhap The present study aimed at studying the personality among alcoholics and drug addicts in particular regard to the personality dimensions, Neuroticism, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness to Experience. The data for this study was generated from a sample of 60 recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. This data was analyzed by calculating the Means, Standard Deviations and t-test, along with Pearsons Product Moment using SPSS 20. The results displayed no significant difference between the personality dimensions of Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, and Openness among the recovering alcoholics and drug addicts.
Legal bases of the organization and production of forensic examination: status, gaps and development prospects published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

Published by Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Muzhenskaya N.E. The main regulatory legal acts forming the system of legal regulation of the organization and production of forensic examination are reviewed in the article. It is stated that in general production of forensic examination is sufficiently regulated by the current legislation. However, many existing methods of production are fixed in forensic examination guidelines and instructions of departmental and sector levels. Recommendations on objects research; criteria for evaluating objects research; rulesfor collecting samples for comparative studies etc. while producing auto-technical and certain types of biological, gemological, construction and technical, forensic examinations, as well as certain types of examination of materials, substances, goods and food are a subject to departmental regulation. At the same time methods of production of a significant number of forensic examinations, including criminalistics expert examination have not been settled by legislative, departmental or any other legal regulation. Rules of evidence evaluation suggest fixing methods of these studies at the interagency level, by means of issuing joint orders of the departments responsible for their production. Such methods must be scientifically justified and contain the following information: name of the objects of study, tasks to an expert in a particular type of forensic examination (study of a specific object), the procedure for study of a particular object of examination, an indication of methods that can be applied in a particular case, conditions of forensic examination production: order and quantity of samples for comparative examination, information about conclusions (definitive, probable).
The Effects of Breathing Exercise Toward IgG, Beta Endorphin and Blood Glucose Secretion published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Siswantoyo., Mohd. Saleh Aman This study aimed to demonstrate the influence of breathing exercise toward IgG, Beta Endorphin and Blood Glucose Secretion In The Elderly. This is experimental research with the pretest posttest design. The sample used the elderly10 men aged 35-45 years. The unit of analysis in this study was blood taken from cubity vein, checking the blood glucose levels used glucometer, beta-endorphin and IgGused ELISA method. Data analysis statistics using the SPSS for windows, was conducted the t-tests. The results showed that based on the statistical analysis, IgG significantly (p:0.013). The mean increase in IgGwas 33.266 ng/mL,beta-endorphin significantly(p:0.000). The mean increase in endorphin was 3.922 ng/mL, and the decrease of blood glucose showed significant (p:0.000). The mean decrease in blood glucose levels was 28.9 mg/100ml. Blood glucose levels showed a decline after the breathing exercise. Conclusion,It can be concluded that regular, targeted and programmed breathing exercise seven week can increased the secretion of IgG and beta endorphins, as well as decreasing blood glucose levels. Breathing exerciseare alternative sports to improve immunity.
Ethical and Legal Issues in Educational Research published in

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SUNMEET KOUR Research contributes to the advancement of knowledge and ultimately, to the betterment of human beings, it is essential that human beings fully participate and cooperate with the researcher but not at the cost of human rights. Researchers on the other hand have a clear responsibility to ensure that they recognise and protect the rights and general well-being of their participants, regardless of the nature of their research. The ethical problems in behavioural researches particularly in the field of Psychology, Education and Sociology are a vital one. The researchers here conduct experiments mostly on human beings who may be embarrassed, frightened, or hurt by the nature of experiment. The present paper intends to examine ethical and legal issues in research that must be considered by the researcher while designing research that will utilize participants that are human beings.
A Reassessment of the Analysis Provisions for Bond and Anchorage Length of Deformed Reinforcing Bars in Tension published in

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M.H. Mazumder, R.I. Gilbert and Z.T. Chang Analysis and design provisions for the bond and anchorage length of deformed reinforcing bars in reinforced concrete elements are typically developed based on the assumption that the strain variations along the bar becomes approximately linear at or near the ultimate state of bond failure. Hence the assumption of the development of uniform bond stress along the anchorage length is used to calculate anchorage lengths of bars regardless of the variations in anchorage lengths or bar diameter. This paper describes an ongoing experimental research program in the Centre for Infrastructure Engineering and Safety (CIES) at the University of New South Wales, Sydney aimed at assessing the effects of different structural factors on the anchorage requirements of modern high strength steel reinforcing bars, including the cases of end development and lapped splices of deformed bars in tension. While the fundamental assumption of uniform bond stress development could be justified for relatively shorter anchorage length, the study found that an increase in anchorage length and bar diameter leads to a reduction of average ultimate bond stress which might be due to the non-uniformity in the development of bond stress along the anchorage zone. It is shown in this paper that the variability in the development of bond stress due to variable anchorage lengths is associated with the variable degree of plastic deformation in the concrete?s tensile zone. This paper outlines the importance of these effects on the development of analysis and design guidelines for anchorage of reinforcement.
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROL WITH HIGH ACCURACY TO CONTROL THE SPEED OF DC MOTOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
U Shantha Kumar*1, Mahesh Obannavar2 & S G Basavaraju PLC is proposed as the essential tool in many different applications. In this paper, the PID controller is designed to manage Motor Speed based on incoming information of system and Auto tuning. The manage system is simulated by powerful software Matlab and Simulink. Simulation results also show better performance of motor that decrease the rise time, steady state error and overshoot and increase system stability
FPGA Implementation of Mutual Authentication Protocol Using Modular Arithmetic? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
T.Sadaiyappan, K.K.Manoj, S.A.Subhasakthe Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) is a modern technology that utilize radio frequencies to locate the object. In this paper, we study the radio-frequency identification (RFID) tagreader mutual authentication (TRMA)scheme. Two improved authentication protocols for generating the Pad Gen function are described. In this project, a protocol for RFID tagreader mutual authentication scheme is proposed which is hardware efficient. Modified MOD scheme is implemented in protocol system to reduce the hardware cost. The proposed mutual authentication protocol with consumes less logic elements and also more secure from external attacks. The proposed protocol is described in Verilog HDL and simulated using Xilinx ISE design suite 14.2.
The Segmental Measurements of Humerus published in

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Dr Zarana A. Ashiyani, Dr H. R. Jadav The aim of the present study was to determine the length of various segments of humerus in the Indian population and compare these data with the data of other countries for use in forensic & archeological study. The study was conducted on 100 dry humeri bones. Total length of humerus is measured with osteometric board and 4 segments of humerus are measured with vernier caliper. The mean value of the total humerus length was identified as 30.32 1.58 cm and 30.39 1.66 cm on the left and right side respectively. No significant difference was found in the measurements between left and right sided specimens. The study provides morphometrical data of humerus. Our study demonstrates that length of humerus in Indian population is similar to that of Turkish population.
ANALYSIS OF RISK-TAKING BEHAVIOUR OF INDIVIDUAL PENSION SYSTEM PARTICIPANTS: THE CASE OF TURKEY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

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Sumeyra Kara, Yilmaz Yildiz, Mehmet Baha Karan The study aims to analyze the risk-taking behavior of the individual pension system participants. In this context, the socio-economic factors that affect the risk taking behavior of the participants are investigated in accordance with the findings of the related literature by using the logistic regression methodology. According to the findings of the study, the duration of participation was found to be the most influential factor on the risk taking behavior of the individuals. Participants tend to invest in less risky assets as long as they stay in the system. Moreover, the participants who are male, married, do not experience a voluntary withdrawal, have a high level of education and who make higher contributions tend to direct their contributions to more risky assets. The age of the participants were not found as significant on the participants risk taking behavior. Moreover, the sample is divided into two according to the status of the contract (withdraw/not withdraw) and the education level of the participants (high education/low education) and the analysis is repeated for the subsamples. According to the findings of the analysis, it is observed that the explanatory power of the models and the significance levels of the coefficients of the independent variables differentiate among the sub groups.
Radio Broadcasts Contexts and Canons of Journalistic Documentation published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Gabriela RUSU-PASARIN Documentation is in fact a permanent flow of identification and processing of data which shape the objective reality event placed on the past-present-future axis. We are going to present some of the types of documentation, supported by examples within our production at the Romanian public radio: directed documentation (a condition to the re-composing of daily life subject to metamorphoses generated by social evolution), ethnographic documentation (a stained-glass-world is constructed and re-constructed radiophonically, recomposed of souvenirs and document-recordings), documentation in emotional circumstances (the publicised case of the young football player who died during training), documentation under crisis circumstances (illustrated by the radio series we produced during December 1989-February 1990 with the main title Hours of Revolution at Craiova). It is an instance of personal journalistic experience, explaining documentation canons within different contexts.
Classification models for predicting the source of gastrointestinal bleeding in the absence of hematemesis published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Nazziwa Aisha Management of acute gastrointestinal bleeding necessitates the identification of the source of bleed. The source of bleeding which is clear in patients presenting with hematemesis, is unclear in the absence of it. Logistic regression, decision tree, nave Bayes, LogitBoost and KNN models were constructed from non endoscopic data of 325 patients admitted via the emergence department (ED) for GIB without hematemesis. The performance of the models in predicting the source of bleeding into upper gastrointestinal bleeding or lower gastrointestinal bleeding was compared. Overall the models demonstrate good performance with regards to sensitivity specificity, PPV, NPV and classification accuracy on the simulated data. On the GIB data, the naive Bayes model performed best with a prediction accuracy and sensitivity of 86%, specificity of 85% and area under curve of 92%. Classification models can help to predict the source of gastrointestinal bleeding for patients presenting without hematemesis and may generally be useful in decision support in the ED. The models should be explored further for clinical relevance in other settings. Keywords: Upper Gastrointestinal bleeding, Emergency department, Hematemesis, Classification models, Nave Bayes, Weka, Naive Bayes classifier, Random Forest, Decision tree, Logit boost, k nearest neighbour, Logistic regression.
Preference pattern of youth on E-Commerce in the City of Aurangabad Maharashtra published in

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Priti Mane The Indian e-retailing industry is booming. Case in point, the market size has grown from $600 million two years ago to $2.3 billion.. the spending and preference pattern of ecommerce of youth in India has changed drastically in past few years as a result of westernization and higher spending power. The studies have shown that youth spends money on on-line shopping. This paper is based on study of preference patterns among two groups of the students i.e. graduation, and post graduation level students in Aurangabad city, Maharashtra. Primary data on preference patterns of youth for shopping like various e-commerce websites. Snapdeal, Flipkart, myntra, yep me, Jabong, Amazon etc. was collected and analyzed using various statistical and research tools. CHI2 TEST was used to analyze whether significant difference exists between Preference patterns of different groups and the genders. It was found that students belonging to different education levels differ significantly in selecting online websites for shopping. It was also noted that both the male and female youth have different preference patterns. Significant portion of their spending goes towards clothing, Electronics, Books, and Cosmetics. It is good opportunity for E retailers :which should tap the youth selecting online websites for shopping
End-To-End Secure Transmission of SMS Using EASYSMS Protocol published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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HANITHA. A1, ZINNIAH.F2,AGNES JOSHY.S3 Department of Information Technology, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India1 Department of Information Technology, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India1 Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India Nowadays, short message service (SMS) is being used in many daily life applications, including healthcare monitoring, Mobile banking, mobile commerce, and so on. But when we send an SMS from one mobile phone to another, the information contained in the SMS transmit as plain text Sometimes this information may be confidential like account numbers, passwords, license numbers, and so on, and it is a major drawback to send such information through SMS while the traditional SMS service does not provide encryption to the information before its transmission. In this paper, we propose an efficient and secure protocol called EasySMS, which provides endto- end secure communication through SMS between end users. The working of the protocol is presented by considering two different scenarios. The analysis of the proposed protocol shows that this protocol is able to prevent various attacks, including SMS disclosure, over the air modification, replay attack, man-in-the- middle attack, and impersonation attack. The EasySMS protocol generates minimum communication and computation overheads as compared with existing SMSSec and PK-SIM protocols. On an average, the EasySMS protocol reduces 51% and 31% of the bandwidth consumption and reduces 62% and 45% of message exchanged during the authentication process in comparison to SMSSec and PK-SIM protocols respectively. Authors claim that EasySMS is the first protocol completely based on the symmetric key cryptography and retain original architecture of cellular network.
COMMUNITY BASED PRESCRIPTION AUDIT- A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN BENGALURU published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mubasheera MG**, Dr. Raju Koneri*, Balakeshwa R* Objective: To collect, review and audit the community based prescriptions. The study aimed to verify whether the community based prescriptions were in accordance with the prescription guideline. Materials and method: This study involved the collection of prescriptions prescribed by the private practitioners at four different locations in Bangalore. The prescriptions were reviewed and audited for physician information, patient information, and drug information and for the general content of the prescription. Results: Among 100 prescriptions audited, the physician name was not found in 22% of the prescriptions and 24% of the prescription did not have physician registration number and qualification. The physician contact detail was not seen in 25% of the prescriptions and the physician missed to signature in 22% of the prescriptions. The physician missed to note the patients name, age and sex in 22%, 66% and 68% of the prescriptions respectively. In 25% of prescriptions, the dates of consultation were not entered. Surprisingly, 95% of the prescriptions had no status on refilling and 33% of the prescriptions were illegible. Additionally, in 96% of the prescriptions the drug name was not written in capital letters. Other drug details such as brand name, dose, formulation, frequency, strength and instructions to the patients was not mentioned in 22% to 25% of the prescriptions. Conclusion: The majority of the prescriptions in community failed to comply with the guidelines. There is a need to standardize the prescriptions in India so that all essential information is included and will be helpful for the better patient care.
EXAMINING AN INFLUENTIAL FACTOR MEDIATING PERFORMANCE IN TOURISM published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Nuntasaree Sukato This study explores the impact of market orientation on business performance for small and medium enterprises in the tourism industry in Thailand. The associations among market orientation, innovation, and business performance are investigated with an emphasis on the extent to which market orientation and innovation affect business performance. Small and medium hotels located in the Bangkok metropolitan region in Thailand were selected as sample for data collection. A quantitative approach and a structural-direct questionnaire survey were adopted. Of 400 questionnaires distributed to chief decision-makers of small and medium hotels, 155 of the returned questionnaires were usable. Among the small and medium hotels sampled, nearly 60% were small-sized hotels, whereas 40% were mediumsized hotels. The majority of hotels in the sample had been in operation for approximately 10 years. Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) with AMOS was used for data analysis. The results suggest that intelligence generation, intelligence dissemination and responsiveness load significantly into the construct of market orientation. Findings also suggest that market orientation does not have a significant direct effect on business performance for small and medium hotels. However, the effect of market orientation is apparent when the mediating role of innovation is acknowledged. Research limitations and future studies are also addressed. Keywords:Performance, Small and Medium Enterprises, Tourism.
Formulation and Evaluation of Ocusert Idoxuridine published in

Current Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Empro Professional Scientific Association (EPSA) Publications
Bineeta Dwivedi, Rocky Yadav, Priyanka Arjariya, Manoj Goyal Ophthalmic insert is defined as sterile preparation with solid or semisolid consisting and whose size and shape are especially designed for ophthalmic application. They offer several advantages as increase ocular residence, possibility of releasing drug at a slow constant rate, accurate dosing and increased shelf life with respect to aqueous solutions. Ocular route of drug delivery is one of the most interesting and challenging endeavors facing the pharmaceutical scientist. One of the major barriers of ocular medication is to obtain and maintain a therapeutic level at the site of action for prolonged period of time. Therefore many ophthalmic drug delivery systems are available. These are classified as conventional and non-conventional drug delivery systems. The main purpose of preparing ocular insert is to increase ocular bioavailability of drug. Idoxuridine is an antiviral agent used in treatment of Herpes-keratitis. In present research, an attempt has been made to formulate ocular inserts of idoxuridine using various polymers such as hydroxyl propyl methyl cellulose, polyvinyl alcohol and Eudragit in different concentrations by solvent casting method using dibutylphthalate as plasticizer with aim of achieving controlled release, reduction in frequency of administration and greater therapeutic efficacy. Prepared ocuserts were evaluated for Uniformity of thickness, Uniformity of weight, Surface pH, folding endurance, drug content and In vitro studies. Keywords: Formulation, Ocusert, Polymer drug content, Rate controlling membrane, Reservoir
Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Senga, Dollfus, 1934 (Cestoda: Ptychobothridae) From a Fresh Water Fish in Aurangabad District (M.S.), India. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Rahul Khawal, Sunita Borde, Sushil Jawale, Amol Thosar The present communication deals with the description of new species of genus Senga from fresh water fish Mastacembelus armatus. The differentiating character of new form are scolex triangular, neck absent, testes 285 to 295 in number, ovary bilobed. In molecular analysis of present parasites, the genomic DNA were amplified and sequenced. Morphologically the genus of this parasite is Senga but molecularly they come closer to other Bothriocephalus.
Design of Linear Kalman Filter Based Parameter Estimator for a Micro Air Vehicle published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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H.S. Murali and M. Meenakshi This paper presents a design of parameter estimator for a Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) named Sarika-1. Estimator is needed in applications where all parameters cannot be measured directly due to various reasons. In this work, suitable linear Kalman filter estimator is designed for the longitudinal and lateral dynamics of Sarika-1.The Linear Discrete Kalman filter is designed to estimate its longitudinal state variables viz. angle of attack, forward velocity, pitch rate and pitch angle and the lateral state variables viz. Side slip angle, roll rate, yaw rate, and bank angle. Filter is designed in MATLAB and is verified using its offline simulation. For the simulation, the measurement data of pitch rate and normal acceleration collected at the time of real flight are used for longitudinal dynamics and lateral acceleration, roll rate and yaw rate collected at the time of real flight are used for lateral dynamics. It is found that the estimated values of the state variables matches well with the corresponding actual values.
MICROSPONGES: A NOVEL APPROACH FOR DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vikas Bhatt, Rajni Karakoti, Arun Kumar Singh, Dinesh Kumar Sharma Microsponges are polymeric delivery systems composed of porous microspheres. They are tiny sponge- particles with a large porous surface which are spherical in shape having reduce side effects,enhance stability, modify drug release. In topical drug delivery system for retenti on of dosage form on skin, microsponges can be effectively incorporated. Allowing a sustained flow of substances out of the sphere, the outer surface is typically porous, This system can suspend or entrap a wide variety of substances, and incorporated into a formulated product such as a liquid, gel, cream, or powder. These formulations are stable over range of pH 1 to 11 and temperature up to 1300C; compatible with most vehicles and ingredients. Microsponges are designed to deliver a pharmaceutical active ingredient efficiently at the minimum dose and also to, reduce side effects, modify drug release andenhance stability.
The Utility of PSA Density in the Detection of Carcinoma Prostate in Men with PSA levels of 4-10Ng/ml. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Lakshmi. S.,Dr. Sudharshan Babu K. G.,Dr. Madhusudhan.H.R.,Dr. Hemanth Vupputuri,Dr. Madhan Swamy D.P. INTRODUCTION: Role of PSA in diagnosis of prostate cancer has been proved but for those patients in the gray zone of 4-10ng/ml further refining of measurement of PSA is required . This can help in further defining the guidelines for prostate biopsy which is an invasive procedure. Hence this study aims at measuring the efficacy of PSA density in predicting possibility of prostate cancer in patients with Se. PSA levels 4-10ng/ml MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 42 patients with serum PSA 4-10 ng/ml were recruited in this study. Patients underwent prostate volume assessment by TRUS and Free : Total PSA estimation. All patients underwent TRUS guided prostate biopsy. PSAD was estimated by predefined formula. RESULT: TRUS guided biopsy was performed for all patients , 27 (64.3%) cases were reported as BPH while remaining 15 (35.7%) cases were proven as carcinoma prostate on biopsy. F/T PSA cut off value of < 0.25 was considered as carcionoma prostate , 9 out of the 15 cases of biopsy proven carcinoma had F/T PSA <0.25 while all 27 cases of BPH had F/T PSA > 0.25. . A cut off value of >0.15 ng/ml2 was considered to suggest Ca .Prostate. 14 of the 15 biopsy proven carcinoma cases had PSAD value >0.15 ng/ml2 and all 27 cases of BPH has PSAD levels <0.15 ng/ml2
F.d.i. Reforms in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jaspreet Kaur Foreign direct investment, well known as FDI, is investment done directly in productive, manufacturing or business activities by a company or any financial institution of one country into other country. It provides an inflow of foreign capital and funds into host country it can also provide a source of new technologies, capital, skills, product and help in economic development. Foreign direct investment can be done by a company into another country by expanding the existing business or by buying the company in that country in which direct investment is to be done. FDI can be done by 1) Incorporating a wholly owned subsidiary or company anywhere. 2) Acquiring shares in an associated enterprise,. 3) Through a merger. 4) Participating in joint venture. Foreign direct investment plays important role in economic development of a country. Therefore all developing countries seek FDI not only as a supplement to domestic investment but as a source of foreign exchange and to ease pressure on balance of payment. Considering the economic benefits of FDI, India has adopted a set of economic reforms since early 1990s. This paper throws light on those FDI reforms which were introduced time to time to enhance FDI.
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ALUMINUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Aishwarya Gunge1 , Laxmi Chavan2 ,Tayyab Ali3 & Madhuri Sharon The nanomaterials have many applications in industries such textiles, paints, petroleumproducts Aluminum oxide (Al2O3) nanoparticles was successfully synthesized by Urea decomposition method using metal nitrate as precursors in the presence of sunlight. The as-synthesized samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), The x-ray diffraction pattern indicated that as-synthesized sample had a crystal size with finest particle size of the catalyst (69.0nmappr.) was obtained at 600°C calcination temperature. Fourier transform infrared spectra confirmed the presence of hydroxyl group and Al-O bond vibration in the catalyst. Experimental result of the Al2O3calcined at 600°C for 2hr, exhibitedmany activities of under different investigation under process as of next research going to publish in the next session.
Taxonomic Studies on Type Species of Genus Tarika Moore (Lepidoptera: Erebidae: Arctiinae) from India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jagbir Singh Kirti and Rahul Joshi A taxonomic feature of type species, Tarika varana (Moore), has been described. Genus Tarika Moore has been recharacterised by incorporating female genitalic features of the type species. The female genitalia of the type species have been illustrated for the first time.
Various Data Mining Techniques for Diabetes Prognosis: A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Misba Reyaz | Gagan Dhawan Most of the food we eat is converted to glucose, or sugar which is used for energy. When you have diabetes, your body either doesnt make enough insulin or cannot use its own insulin as well as it should. This causes sugar to build up in your blood leading to complications like heart disease, stroke, neuropathy, poor circulation leading to loss of limbs, blindness, kidney failure, nerve damage, and death. Data mining adopts a series of pattern recognition technologies and statistical and mathematical techniques to discover the possible rules or relationships that govern the data in the databases. Data mining plays an important role in data prediction. There are different types of diseases predicted in data mining namely Hepatitis, Lung Cancer, Liver disorder, Breast cancer, Thyroid disease, Diabetes etc¦ This paper analyzes the Diabetes predictions. Misba Reyaz | Gagan Dhawan"Various Data Mining Techniques for Diabetes Prognosis: A Review" 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/ijtsrd12927.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/12927/various-data-mining-techniques-for-diabetes-prognosis-a-review/misba-reyaz
Review on Treatment of Pharmaceutical Wastewater published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Hiren Nizama | Hemali Jardosh Industrialization is necessary for economic development, but it brings with them major threat to environment. Among from all the Industries, pharmaceutical industry contributes major role to degrade environment. Pharmaceutical products are in demand and its growth is tremendously increasing. The pharma effluent is a big issue to be treated. Ammoniacal Nitrogen, Chemical Oxygen Demand, Total Suspended Solid, Total Dissolved Solid are major pollutants from pharma sector. This paper reviews some conventional treatment technologies considering Ammoniacal Nitrogen as major pollutant. Various methods like electro-coagulation, reverse osmosis is compared, and sequencing batch reactor seems more effective and efficient with 90% to 95% removal in Ammoniacal Nitrogen. Hiren Nizama | Hemali Jardosh"Review on Treatment of Pharmaceutical Wastewater" 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/ijtsrd11586.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/environment-engineering/11586/review-on-treatment-of-pharmaceutical-wastewater/hiren-nizama
Optimized Carry Speculative Adder published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
B. V. Pavan Kumar | M. Lalitha Bhavani | Y. Himanth Arithmetic logic units and digital signal processors widely uses adders. It is the most complicated arithmetic circuits in digital electronics. The existing adders suffer from critical path delay, area overhead and power consumption. Speculative adders are designed with variable latency that combines speculation technique along with correction methodology to attain high performance in terms of low area overhead over the existing adders. In speculative adders the sum and carry generation part is separated to reduce the area overhead. Carry Speculative Adder (CSPA) uses carry predictor circuit to reduce power consumption and to reduce the computational time and it uses error recognition and error correction circuit to find the fault occurred in the partial sum generator and to recover it to get accurate results. B. V. Pavan Kumar | M. Lalitha Bhavani | Y. Himanth"Optimized Carry Speculative Adder" 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/ijtsrd11216.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/11216/optimized-carry-speculative-adder/b-v-pavan-kumar
EFFCIENCY ANALYSIS: AN INSIGHT INTO DEA COST MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shameena.H.Khan*1 , Mary Louis.L This paper presents a mathematical programming approach, known as Data Envelopment Analysis(DEA) to provide a relative cost efficiency estimate of 180 maize farmers. DEA with multiple number of inputs and outputs is a non-parametric efficiency evaluation method and it is widely applied by researchers in efficiency evaluations of various sectors. Farming is not only about the production hence emphasis is given on input oriented cost minimization technique. Six inputs and one output were considered for this study. Cost efficiency of decision making units(DMU) by DEA is carried out through linear programming methods and it compares the efficiencies among different units. DMUs that lie on the frontier curve are efficient in selecting the optimum input and producing the desired amount of output at minimum cost. The result shows that only 40% of the samples were on the frontier line.

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