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Influence of bio-fertilizers and chemical fertilizers on growth, flowering and fruit characters of guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. ALLAHABAD SAFEDA published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.S. GODAGE, N.S. PAREKH AND D.S. NEHETE* The present investigation was carried out during Kharif-Rabi season of the year 2011 at Horticultural Research Farm, Department of Horticulture, B. A. College of Agriculture, Anand Agricultural University, Anand. There were twenty treatments and the treatments of comprising organic fertilizers (FYM), bio-fertilizers (Azotobacter, PSB), three levels of nitrogen, two levels of phosphorus and 250 g K2O/ha in all trees excluding absolute control were tried in Randomized Block Design with three replications. The results revealed that treatment of 75% N + 75% P2O5 + 100% K2O+ Azotobacter 5ml/tree + PSB 5ml/tree obtained significantly maximum tree height (3.80 m), girth of primary branch (28.67 cm), East West tree spread (5.20 m), North South tree spread (5.13 m) at harvesting stage,minimum number of days for flowering (32.33 days), maximum number of flowers per branch (25.33), fruit set per branch (90.20%) and fruit retention (92.96%), fruit diameter (10.07 cm), fruit weight (215.06 g) and pulp weight (193.44 g) while number of primary and secondary branches were recorded non-significant effect at harvesting stage. the treatment of 100% N + 75% P2O5 + 100% K2O + Azotobacter 5ml/tree + PSB 5ml/tree recorded minimum peel weight (15.00 g), minimum number of seeds (111.33) and in treatment of 75% N + 100% P2O5 + 100% K2O + Azotobacter 5ml/tree + PSB 5ml/tree recorded minimum weight of seeds (4.0 g).
The Interplay of Language, Violence, Revolution and Liberation in Frantz Fanons African Political Philosophy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony (OSA) Frantz Fanon was born in Fort-de-France on the Island of Martinique. He was a son of a descendant of African slaves; his mother was said to be an illegitimate child of African, Indian and European descent, whose white ancestors came from Strasbourg in Alsace. This piece focuses on the concern of Fanon, basically to resolve the problems of Black-White relationship, which was fostered by colonialism and colonial rule. He proposes violence as a potent instrument for resolving this relationship. In relation to colonization, he argues that speaking the language of the colonizer instead of ones own language is ipso facto to assume the colonizers culture and to reject ones own culture. This promotes cultural and political domination. How then can a person gain freedom? He argues that ones freedom is a function of ones determination to act in other to remove obstacles that stay in ones way. Fanon believed that violent revolution is the only means of ending colonial repression and cultural trauma in the third world. Violence he believes is a cleansing force. It frees the native from his inferiority complex and from his despair and inaction; it makes him fearless and restores his self-respect. While understanding the cultural circumstances surrounding the birth of Fanons philosophy, this piece asserts that his position, which is based on violence, cannot give an enduring peace, for violence cannot give what it does not have.
A Review of Cold Forging published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vasim A. Shaikh, Lokesh Arvind Borse Cold forging is a process in which the shape of metal is changed, by mechanical forces only, using the ductile properties of metal such as pressing, squeezing, or hammering forces. In forging, a metal work piece is plastically deformed, at ambient temperatures. The modular system to control material flow during cold forging processes by additional hydraulic axes using different process variables as well as the appropriate process and equipment technology is presented in this contribution. It has been shown that due to the controlled movements of the tool components both the robustness of the forming processes and tool loads in conventional cold forging process are controllable leading to enhancement of forming limits. Tip test and T-shape compression test are used to determined friction measurement in cold forging which are used to analyze property of materials.
REACTIVITY IN THE QUINOLINIUM CHLOROCHROMATE ON THE OXIDATION OF ANILINE IN AQUEOUS ACETIC ACID MEDIUM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. S. K. Periyasamy* and Mr. R. Manikandan Oxidation of aniline by quinolinium Chlorochromate (QCC) in aqueous acetic acid leads to the formation of azobenzene. The reaction is first order with respect to both aniline and QCC and is catalyzed by hydrogen ion. The hydrogen-ion dependence has the form: kobs = a+b [H+]. The rate of oxidation decreases with increasing dielectric constant of solvent, indicating the presence of an ion-dipole interaction. The reaction does not induced the polymerization of acrylonitrile. The retardation of the rate by the addition of Mn2+ ions confirms that a two electron transfer process is involved in the reaction. The reaction rates have been determined at different temperatures and the activation parameters have been calculated. From the above observation kinetic results a probable mechanism have been proposed.
EFFICIENT THIRD PARTY AUDITING IN SECURE CLOUD published in

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N.Lavanya, R.Mythili In this paper we talk about the evolvement of cloud computing model and there a structure for secure cloud computing through third party auditing. The giving of the paper is to understand the suggestion of cloud computing and what is meant secure cloud computing via third party auditing rather than suggest a new style and new knowledge to secure cloud computing. Our holistic advance has planned value to those who are using or think using cloud computing because it addresses concerns such as security, privacy and regulations and compliance. In this object, we focus on cloud data storage security, which has always been an important aspect of quality of service. Including: data update, delete and append. Security and performance analysis shows that the proposed scheme is highly efficient and resilient against complex crash, mean data change attack, and even server colluding attacks.
Detection and Prevalence of Candida Isolates among Patients in Amravati City of Maharashtra State, India published in

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Vilas A. Kamble This study aimed to detect and determine the prevalence of Candida isolates among patients attending hospital in Amravati. A total of two hundred patients (92 males and 108 females) of different ages and socioeconomic status attending Govt. General Hospital Amravati; District Women Hospital, Amravati; T.B. Hospital, Amravati and Private pathology laboratories in Amravati were enrolled in this study. The clinical samples from the oral thrush, blood, urine and vaginal discharge were collected and cultured. The species of Candida isolated were identified. The overall isolation rate of Candida was found to be 55%. A total of 110 Candida isolates were obtained in this study, of which 48 (43.63%) were found to be Candida albicans and 62 (56.36%) were found to be different non-albicans Candida species. The majority of isolates were obtained from patients with oral thrush (80%) followed by vaginitis/vaginal discharges (77.77%), urine (40.47%) and blood (36.84%).
Seed yield of cowpea as influenced by nitrogen and phosphorus levels under enceptisol conditions published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
B.G. MHASKE1, S.M. GHAWADE*, M.J. PATIL2 AND P.P. GAWANDE3 An experiment was carried out during Kharif season of 2010-2011 at plot no. 11, Main Garden, Department of Horticulture, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola, entitled seed yield of cowpea as influenced by nitrogen and phosphorus level under enceptisol conditions. An experiment was laid out in Factorial Randomized Block Design (FRBD) with sixteen treatment combinations and two factors with four levels of nitrogen viz., 0, 12.5, 25, 37.5 kg ha-1 and that of the phosphorus 0, 25, 50, and 75 kg ha-1 and replicated thrice. The results revealed that, plant height showed significant influence towards application of nitrogen 37.5 kg ha-1 in addition to phosphorus 25 kg ha-1. Main branches plant-1 were found maximum with an application of 25 kg nitrogen ha-1 and 75 kg phosphorus ha-1. The reproductive characters like days to 50 per cent flowering and days to first picking was recorded minimum with the application of 25 kg nitrogen ha-1 and 50 kg phosphorus ha-1. Seed yield and yield contributing characters like pod plant-1, and seed yield ha-1(q) were found significantly maximum, wherein application of 25 kg nitrogen ha-1 in addition to 75 kg phosphorus ha-1 was undertaken. As regards to the interaction effect, N2P2 treatment combination i.e. application of 25 kg nitrogen along with 50 kg phosphorus ha-1 reflected in the production of maximum seed yield of cowpea.
Effective Sales Cycle for Erp published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Parnika Jha In this competitive world, every organization wants to be one up on their competitors. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution is playing a vital role in gaining this competitive edge. ERP has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. The only way to be able to sell an ERP is to first understand the end users and their requirements clubbed with the correct approach to implement the ERP. This paper gives an insight to an effective sales cycle for an ERP.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF AN ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY AND STABILITY-INDICATING ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF AMPICILL INSODIUM FOR INJECTION BY RP-HPLC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Eliane Gandolpho Ttoli* and Hrida Regina Nunes Salgado Ampicillin is an antimicrobial agent widely used in many parts of the world and recommended by the World Health Organization. Considering its importance on the global scene, the development of optimized analytical methods for the quality control of ampicillin is essential, seeking the therapeutic efficacy, patients safety and also benefits for the pharmaceutical industry. In this context, it was developed a new analytical method by RP-HPLC for the analysis of ampicillin sodium in powder for solution for injection. It was used a very simple mobile phase, comprised by a mixture of ethanol and water, pumped at a flow rate of 0.5 mL min-1. The method was validated according to ICH guidelines, showing it to be linear, precise, robust, accurate and specific, over a concentration range of 70-120 ?g mL-1. It also showed to be stability indicative. Therefore, the validated method is suitable for quantifying ampicillin sodium in powder injectable solution and to determine its stability. Furthermore, the analysis is fast, which contributes to an economy of solvents and a less generation of organic waste and ethanol is an organic solvent easier to dispose and less toxic than those most commonly used for chromatographic analysis. For these reasons, the developed method can be a more economical, safer and environmentally friendly alternative for the analysis of ampicillin sodium.
تقويم الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية الواردة في كتب التربية الإسلامية لصفوف الحلقة الأولى في الأردن published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. أيمن محمد عمرو, د. فريال محمد أبو عواد هدفت هذه الدراسة إلى تقويم الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية الواردة في كتب التربية الإسلامية للصفوف الأول والثاني والثالث الأساسي في الأردن، فقد تم استخدام بطاقة تحليل للأنشطة التكوينية والختامية مكونة من تسعة مجالات رئيسية يتفرع عن كل مجال منها عدد من المستويات الفرعية، وقد بلغ عدد الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية التي تم تحليلها للصف الأول (240) نشاطاً، وللثاني (251) نشاطاً، وللثالث (136) نشاطاً. وقد أسفرت الدراسة عن عدد من النتائج، منها: أن النواتج التي ينميها النشاط كانت في غالبيتها تقع في المجالين المعرفي والمهاري، في حين كانت أقل النتاجات التي تنميها الأنشطة هي النواتج التي تقع في الجانب الوجداني الانفعالي، وكانت التعليمات مناسبة في غالبية الأنشطة، ومن حيث طبيعة النشاط فقد كانت غالبية الأنشطة يغلب عليها الطابع الفردي. وفيما يتعلق بتأثير اختلاف المستوى الصفي في الخصائص الفنية للأنشطة التكوينية والختامية فقد تبين استقلالية توزيع التكرارات لمستويات جميع الجوانب باستثناء الجانب المتعلق بملاءمة النشاط لمستوى الصف، مما يشير إلى وجود ارتباط بين هذه الجوانب ومتغير الصف، وتوصي الدراسة بالاهتمام بتنويع مجالات الأنشطة والتركيز على المجال الانفعالي، وإيجاد أنشطة إبداعية وجديدة.
Kinetic study by UV Spectrophotometry of Carzol degradation in aqueous medium published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Hayet Bakhti* and Najib Ben Hamida This paper deals with the kinetic hydrolysis in aqueous media of Carzol or (E) 3-dimethylamino- methyleneaminophenyl-N-methylcarbamate hydrochloride. The Carzol is a bifunctional compound which belongs to the chemical families formamidine and carbamate. This work is carried out by UV Spectrophotometry. The successive determination of 3-aminophenyl-N-methylcarbamate and 3-aminophenol, as the mainproducts of the formamidine and the carbamate groups of Carzol hydrolysis gives evidence for the significant reactivity of this insecticide-acaricide in aqueous media. The obtained negative activation entropy ?S? = - 32.39 J mol-1K-1 indicates a BAC2 mechanism involving bimolecular collapse of the formamidine group of Carzol. While, the obtained positive activation entropy ?S? = +100.24J mol-1 K-1and the absence of basic general catalysis indicate an E1cB mechanism involving unimolecular collapse of the carbamate group of Carzol via a methylisocyanate intermediate.
TCF4 MAY ACT AS A TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE IN COLORECTAL CARCINOGENESIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rabia Farooq, Shajrul Amin, Haamid Bashir, Bashir Ahmad Ganaie, Sabhiya Majid* Introduction: Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the leading malignancies as being the third most cause of cancer causing death in the world. Carcinogenesis is a complex process caused by various genetic and epigenetic changes in various genes like tumor suppressor genes, DNA repair genes, translation regulatory genes and others. The Wnt/?-catenin pathway plays multiple and diverse roles in development by regulating gene expression via T-cell factor/Lymphoid enhancer-binding factor (Tcf/Lef) DNA binding factors. Misregulation of this pathway is thought to initiate colon adenoma formation. The Wnt pathways with its molecular gladiator Tcf4 plays an important role in transforming a normal tissue into a malignant one. In this study, we aimed to investigate the role of aberrations in Tcf4 gene in the pathogenesis of CRC in the Kashmir valley. Materials and Methods: We examined the paired tumor and normal-tissue specimens of 100 CRC patients from Apr 2010- June 2013, from Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Srinagar and its associated hospital Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS) and analysis of promoter hypermethylation for exon 1 and intron 8 of T cf4 gene was also carried out using Methylation-specific PCR (MS-PCR). Results and Conclusion: Promoter hypermethylation of Tcf4 of the exon 1 of Tcf4 gene among 100 CRC cases was found to be 66 per cent (66 of 100) and for intron 8, it was 70%. Besides in both cases of males and females, the hypermethylation status of intron 8 is more than exon 1 of Tcf4, the study confirms the role of epigenetic gene silencing of th e pivotal molecular gladiator, Tcf4, of the Wnt pathway in the development of CRC in the Kashmiri population. So, it was concluded that Tcf4 promoter may be used as a diagnostic tool for colorectal carcinogenesis and therefore can be used a marker for its diagnosis.
The Amendment procedure of the Indian Constitution: with special reference to Basic Structure Theory published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Vimal R. Parmar Provision for amendment in the constitution is made with a view to overcome difficulties in future. It has been nature of the amendment in the basic law of land, i.e. Indian Constitution. Pt. Nehru was agree to flexible of Indian Constitution. In the judgment of Keshvanand Bharti Supreme Court says parliament has power to amend the constitution, but it cannot change the Basic Structure of the Constitution. First time Basic Structure theory discussed by Hble Supreme Court of India.
Operational parameters of venture set-up by entrepreneurs in Agra district published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SEEMAPRAKALPA The study was conducted to know the operational parameters of an entrepreneurial venture set-up by 200 entrepreneurs running both boutiques and beauty parlours in Agra district. Primary data were collected through interview schedule during year 2005. Based on the nature of data, percentage was used as statistical measure. It can be drawn from the findings that majority of women entrepreneur had been advised by their husband and own idea and got the idea after discussing individually with people to start this particular enterprise. The strength of the product idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were skill easily available, high rate of return, simple technology and low investment. Weaknesses of the potential idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were seasonality of raw material. The opportunities of the potential idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were less mobility required, large market, socially accepted. Threats regarding potential idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were high demand. Some factors assessed by women entrepreneurs were investment needed followed by need of infrastructure and availability of skilled labour. Majority of women entrepreneurs analysed product demand through discussion with consumers. At initial stage, women entrepreneurs had started their enterprise with an investment of 20,001 and above. Later and present stage, women entrepreneurs had an investment range of up to Rs. 10,000. Women entrepreneurs were able to recover the investment fully. They obtained funds from their husbands and from personal savings. On the basis of above findings, it can be said that women were running an enterprise with the help of their counterparts to balance the family economy after assessment of various operational parameters. For these women entrepreneurs welfare, Government and concerned organization should organize EDP and invite interested women specially for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial world welfare in reference of recession so that every entrepreneur could get benefit in balanced way.
CHARACTERISTICS OF H2S REMOVAL BY HYDRODYNAMIC CAVITATION EFFECT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kichul Cho*, Duckshin Park In this study, a cavitation effect was used to remove H2S which is one of the main causes behind complaints of offensive odors. The result of the optimization gas flow rate and water flow rate to remove H2S using the central composite method showed that the removal rate of H2S increases as the gas flow rate decreases and the water flow rate increases at the gas flow rate of 1.39 LPM and water flow rate of 2.16 LPM, the maximum removal rate of H2S through reaction optimization was estimated to be 96.1 %.
Vague Reservoir Water Quality Evaluation Method Based on Distance published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Feng Hao, Hongxu Wang and Fujin Zhang This paper provides the distance-based vague set pattern recognition method for research on water quality evaluation problems using the new formula of the distance between vague sets, and shows with examples that this method not only is simple in calculation, but also provides the results following the practical situation.
A Survey of Data Mining Research and Implementation for E-Governance Systems published in

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Pushpal Desai In this paper an overview of the current research being carried out using Data Mining algorithms for knowledge discovery from e-governance systems is discussed. The objective of this study is to indentify various advantages of implementing Data Mining algorithms on e-governance systems. The review of literature indicates that Data Mining can be effectively utilized in government organizations. The review indicates that knowledge discovered from historical e-governance data can utilized for better planning and decision making.
Actuality of the problem of stigmatisation in modern social processes published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Smyrnova M.V. This article attempts to analyze the phenomenon of stigmatisation, the basic theories and types of stigma, to fi nd out the impact of various factors on the origin of stigmatization. In recent social history such core matters as race and political persuasion, such diseases as leprosy, cancer and AIDS and various physical handicaps have all triggered the process of stigmatisation. Stigmatisation is preconceived, negative attitude towards a person or a group of people based on certain existing special properties or characteristics. Studying and better understanding of the problem of stigmatisation can provide the most effective ways of destigmatisation, in which the mass media plays an important role. Key words: stigma, stigmatisation, labeling, theory of stigmatisation, discrimination, destigmatisation.
t-BOOH INDUCED DNA DAMAGE: PROTECTION BY GLYCOPROTEIN BGS-HARIDRIN FROM TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA) Dinesha R and Leela Srinivas* published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Dinesha R and Leela Srinivas* The main objective of the study is to find a non toxic dietary spice towards preventing oxidative DNA damage induced by t-BOOH. Standard antioxidant Butylated Hydroxy Anisole, Curcumin, BGS-Haridrin, Tertiary butyl hydroperoxide, calf thymus DNA, Tryphan blue. The sheared DNA was used in submarine agarose gel electrophoresis where DNA damage was induced by using tertiary butyl hydroperoxide. Similarly, the cytotoxicity study was also done using Tryphan blue to know that the antioxidant itself is not toxic to cells by using lymphocytes isolated from fresh human blood. The submarine gel electrophoresis bands were visualized in Transilluminator where, it was confirmed that, tertiary butyl hydroperoxide induced DNA damaged was successfully prevented by BHA (400M), Curcumin (400M) and BGS-Haridrin (0.1M). In cell cytotoxicity studies, Curcumin, alpha-tocopherol and BGS-Haridrin inhibits the cell damage 55%, 63% and 68% respectively. The results confirm that, BGS-Haridrin extract can inhibit tertiary butyl hydroperoxide induced DNA damage and is nontoxic to cells. Keywords: Reactive oxygen species, DNA damage, Dietary antioxidant, lymphocytes, t-BOOH, BGS-Haridrin, Curcumin
GEOMETRICAL AND FREQUENCY PARAMETERS OF ROTARY-HYDROCAVITATION WORK INSTRUMENTS PULSE GENERATION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Oleg Markovich Terentiev; Inna Nikolaievna Streltcova In this article we presented mathematical model and geometrical and frequency parameters calculation of pulse generator node, which built into the work instrument for rock breaking by combined rotary-hydro?avitation method. The developed method allows to use specific energy of cavitation flow which reaching (104 ... 105) kWhm3 , [1, ?.6]. Permanent magnets used for axial focusing of cavitation flow in the body of work instrument. Due to magnets action occurs oscillations cavities interference. As a result, cavitations frequency increase to subresonance. Subresonant flow creates additional stress on rock. Natural and artificial fractures formed, rocks resistance to cutting reduce, rock breaking energy reduce by 10 [2, ?. 25-26].
Protected Cultivation (Polyhouse) in Haryana: Problems &Prospects published in

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B. S. Ghanghas, Rati Mukteshawar, P. S. Shehrawat India is the largest producer of vegetables in the world next to China; its requirements of vegetables are rapidly increasing because of burgeoning population. The factors such as adverse climatic conditions, high potential of vegetables, fruits and flowers, agro inputs availability, small and fragmented land holdings and increased demand of quality vegetables necessitate the adoption of protected cultivation. Multiple cropping on the same piece of land, increased production and productivity per unit of land, water, energy and labour, high quality and clean products, high water and fertilizer use efficiency, subsidy provision for establishment of high cost infrastructure, round the year employment to the farmers were the major prospective aspects perceived by poly house farmers. While they facedthe problems like population explosion of minute insects like mites & white flies, especially the white fly menace, poor quality of cladding material, frequent occurrence of windstorms, hailstorms, lack of cold storage facilities in villages, high cost and problem of nematode infestation were the major serious constraints faced by the poly house growers.The field functionaries may also provide continued technical guidance and quality cladding material since technology being capital as well as care intensivewith special carefor control of white fly and nematode infestations, regarding proper marketing and valueaddition knowledge and skillto farmers for sustainability of poly house cultivation
DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF SOLAR TRI CYCLE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof. Palak Desai * , Prof. Darshan Kapadia * , Tank Nikunj * Tricycle is a widely used vehicle for transportation throughout India. The basic Tricycle is a three - wheeled design, pedaled by disabled persons in the side and seat in the middle for sitting arrangement. Of all vehicles, hand - powered tricycle are the worst affected by the rough, uneven roads in our country. Manual drive tricycle is more affordable than hand driven. W e have developed a solar tricycle especially for disable person or handicap person. In this paper , we have discussed how to utilize solar power though the so lar panel or photovoltaic cell and drive the brushless DC motor, battery , controller, thro ttle and all of the component through the reduced human effort.
Comparative Analysis of AODV Base and RSSI Base Wireless Sensor Node Localization Techniques published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Miss. Prajakta B. Patil | Dr. A. N. Jadhav Measurement-based node localization algorithms exploit the measurements of the received signals characteristics such as RSSI (Received signal strength). Using the RSS measurement, the distance between any sensors pair could be obtained by converting the power loss due to propagation from a sensor to another based on some propagation laws. Unfortunately, due to the probable presence of noise and interference, the distances estimate would befar from being accurate, thereby leading to unreliable localization accuracy. The proposed approach can provide the deployment uniformly of known location nodes among the sensor ?elds and the lower computational complexity of path planning compared with method which utilizes only mobile nodes on the basis of a random movement. The results are compared with the AODV based basic localization technique with new RSSI based AODV node localization technique. Further analysis of the power consumption, PDR and throughput is done and shows satisfactory results. Miss. Prajakta B. Patil | Dr. A. N. Jadhav"Comparative Analysis of AODV Base and RSSI Base Wireless Sensor Node Localization Techniques" 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/ijtsrd14301.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/14301/comparative-analysis-of-aodv-base-and-rssi-base-wireless-sensor-node-localization-techniques/miss-prajakta-b-patil
Text Extraction from Image using Python published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
T.Gnana Prakash | K. Anusha With so much of our lives computerized, it is vitally important that machines and humans can understand one another and pass information back and forth. Mostly computers have things their way we have to & talk to them through relatively crude devices such as keyboards and mice so they can figure out what we want them to do. However, when it comes to processing more human kinds of information, like an old-fashioned printed book or a letter scribbled with a fountain pen, computers have to work much harder. That is where optical character recognition (OCR) comes in. Here we process the image, where we apply various pre-processing techniques like desk wing, binarization etc. and algorithms like Tesseract to recognize the characters and give us the final document. T.Gnana Prakash | K. Anusha"Text Extraction from Image using Python" 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/ijtsrd2501.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/simulation/2501/text-extraction-from-image-using-python/tgnana-prakash
A STUDY OF JOB SATISFACTION AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN RELATION TO THEIR MENTAL HEALTH published in

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Faizia Qamar, Dr. Jarrar Ahmad This study explored the effects of mental health on job satisfaction . A convenience sample of 500 school teachers, males and female from rural and urban private and government schools. The Job Satisfaction Scale by Meera Dixit and, Mental health check list by Pramod Kumar were used for data collection, while t-test, was used for statistical analysis. The results revealed that male and female primary teachers are almost similar on the measure of job satisfaction.. The results show that high mental health and low mental health primary school teachers are differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction.. The analysis also showed that high mental health male and high mental health female primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction. Further the results showed that low mental health male and low mental health female primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction. The results show that high mental health male and low mental health male primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction . Further the results showed that high mental health female and low mental health female primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction
An Apologetical Approach regarding the Religious Feeling published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Ioniţă Apostolache The religious feeling represents the first step in the process of knowing God. In our study we have tried to analyze apologetically the human predisposition to the divine reality. Our main interest was to demonstrate the necessities of the religious human being in their process of self- discovery. In this regard, the feeling of religious belonging is very important. Therefore, the moral law is the starting point in the divine knowledge of the human consciousness. In the process of revelation God gives the Old Testament to the Jewish people. Furthermore, when the Logos has come in the world the divine knowledge started to be more straightforward and the religious feeling acquired a Christological dimension. Finally, the religious feeling demonstrates a beautiful process of an ontological discovery in Christ of all human race. In conclusion, our study is an apologetic debate about how to reestablish the conceptual harmony between theology, philosophy, culture and science in the process of knowing God.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF A BURMIL FOR PROCESSING OF MAIZE GRITS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Olajide, O. G., *Ale, M. O. and Abisuwa, T. A This paper examines the performance of a burmil using dry and wet maize at variable moisture contents and operating speeds. The moisture contents of the dry maize were 10%, 12%, 14% and 16%. For wet experiment, the moisture contents were 22%, 25%, 30% and 35%. The operating speeds for both dry and wet experiments were 500, 550 and 600 rpm. The weight of samples were measured using an electronic weighing machine; the moisture content was taken with a moisture-meter and the milling time recorded using a stop watch. The results showed that milling efficiency decreased with increase in moisture at all operating speeds in the two experiments. Optimum performance was recorded at 22% moisture content for wet experiment and operating speed of 500 rpm at 74% milling efficiency. While the optimum performance for dry maize was at 10% moisture content and 550 and 600rpm operating speeds at 83% milling efficiency. The particle size distribution increased with increase in moisture content at all the operating speeds. The finest particle was observed at 10% and 22% for both dry and wet experiments respectively. A linear relationship was observed between the operating speed and the milling efficiency as well as the particle size distribution. It is concluded that a linear relationship therefore exists between the moisture content, operating speed, milling efficiency particle size distribution of maize grit. The results of the evaluation are therefore recommended for the use of farmers, fabricators and processing industries.
Abnormal Driving Behaviors detection with smart phones published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. B. Srinivasa Rao | U. Sri Devi | K. Sri Satya Harsha | A. Rakesh | K. Muralidhar Abnormal driving behaviors detection is a key stone for reducing accidents. There are several existing works for abnormal driving detection which uses high cost sensors to check whether the driver is in normal state or in drunken state. In this paper we would like to introduce a low cost technique for detecting abnormal driving behaviors with the use of some in built Smartphone sensors. With the information collected from the sensors we will employ the machine learning technique (SVM and KNN) to extract the features and for generating a classifier model. We will send the alerts if abnormality is detected. Dr. B. Srinivasa Rao | U. Sri Devi | K. Sri Satya Harsha | A. Rakesh | K. Muralidhar"Abnormal Driving Behaviors detection with smart phones" 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/ijtsrd11339.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11339/abnormal-driving-behaviors-detection-with-smart-phones/dr-b-srinivasa-rao
STUDIES ON THE INFLUENCE OF PHOSPHATE RICH ORGANIC MANURE ON GROWTH, YIELD AND ECONOMICS OF SOYBEAN published in

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S. D. Sanaye, K. J. Kubde, S. S Prachand An agronomic investigation to study influence of phosphate rich organic manure on growth and yield of soybean was conducted at the Agronomy Farm of Dr. Panjabrao DeshmukhKrishiVidyapeeth, Akola in randomized block design with seven treatments and three replications during kharif season of the year- 2013.The growth parameters such as plant height, Number of branches and Dry matter per plant were significantly improved with the treatment of 100% P (DAP) and 100% P (SSP).Significantly higher values of yield attributes viz. number of pods per plant, seed yield per plant and test weight were registered with the treatment 100% P (DAP) which was closely followed by treatment 100% P (SSP). Highest seed yield (27.81 q/ha) and straw yield (36.21) of soybean and maximum gross return (Rs113420 /-) and net return (Rs84210 /-) were also recorded in treatment of 100% P (DAP) with highest B:C ratio of 3.88. It was also found responsible for highest uptake of N, P and K by soybean crop.
Socio-Economic Status of Scheduled Tribe Students in Higher Education: A Case Study of Koppal District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Ramanna A. , Mudakanagouda Education is the media through which one can have better understanding in life. Almost all societies, stress on education in order to mould the future generations. Education is the means for many achievements in human civilization but for the development of science and technology the life pattern of man would have been more painful involving lot of human labour. In modern India the social responsibility of the educational system assumes great significance. The Scheduled Tribes are tribes notified under Article 342 of the Constitution, which makes special provision for tribes, tribal communities, parts of, or groups within which the President may so notify. The present study is concerned with Scheduled tribe (ST) students in higher education and its major focus is on socioeconomic background. It is indeed difficult to point the social and educational status of women in Indian history till the down of the independence on the canvas of a limited space. To analyzed the Socio-economic background of the scheduled tribe students in higher education. The area of the study has been confined to Koppal district. The sample size of 100 students was drawn on the basis of simple random technique. The sample size was fixed in view of time and the availability of other resources. The major tool of collection of primary data has been the interview scheduled. The primary data collected from the students have been supplemented by relevant secondary data. Majority (98.80) of students are distributed in the younger or middle age group only a small 1.20 percent is in the older age group. Out of 100 respondents, the overwhelming majority (88.0) is unmarried and only 12.00 percent are a married. 60 (60.00%) respondents out of 100 belong to nuclear type families and a small 40 (40.00) percent to extended families. Majority (82.00%) preferred Kannada as the medium of instructions for the present course. This study is basically exploratory in nature. As such it cannot make tall climes about the relevance it its findings. But the prime motive of the study is to ST students are institutional problems of the STs including hour is to remodel or redesign our institutional arrangements.
Assessment of Fibrinogen Level in Relation to Risk Factors in Stroke Types published in

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Dr. Thrilok Chander Bingi, Dr. Kondal Reddy. S, Dr. Manjula, Dr. Ramulu. B Background: Fibrinogen is important in the development of premature atherosclerosis. Hence, fibrinogen levels are to be measured in patients with stroke at the earliest and to be treated. Aims and Objectives: To study plasma fibrinogen levels and establish the coexistence of raised fibrinogen levels with other possible risk factors in stroke patients. Study design: Cross sectional, case control observational study. Materials and methods: This study was conducted in 40 stroke patients confirmed by CT brain between May2013 and August 2014. 40 age and sex matched controls were studied with regards to fasting lipid profile and plasma fibrinogen levels. Statistical methods: Chi-square test, Analysis of variance (ANOVA) and other suitable statistical methods were used. P value of < 0.05 is taken as significant. Results: The Plasma Fibrinogen levels were significantly increased in both ischemic 465.5+/-66.984mg/dl (range 320?620 mg/dl) & hemorrhagic 409.65+/-67.9mg/dl (range 313-550 mg/dl) stroke groups of patients (more so in ischemic stroke patients) when compared to controls (300.75+1- 52.74mg/dl) (range 150-450 mg/dl P value <0.004 (statistically significant) Conclusion: Increased Fibrinogen level acts as an independent risk factor in etiology of Stroke. Plasma Fibrinogen helps in predicting future adverse events.
Growth of metal oxide thin films by Pulsed laser deposition- Perspectives of Pulsed laser ablation mechanism published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
M. C. Rao A laser is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on the stimulated emission of photons. Pulsed operation of laser refers to any laser not classified as continuous wave, so that the optical power appears in pulses of some duration at some repetition rate. This encompasses a wide range of technologies addressing a number of different motivations. Pulsed laser deposition is a growth technique in which photonic energy is coupled to the bulk starting material via electronic processes. PLD has normally been done with either solid state or excimer lasers producing milli joule to joule pulse energies with 10 kHz to 10 Hz repetition rates, respectively. Solid state batteries using solid-electrolyte have attractive advantages compared to conventional liquid-electrolyte batteries such as lead-acid batteries or nickel-cadmium cells. PLD is a successful thin film deposition method for the preparation of epitaxial oxide films on different single crystalline substrates. The advantage of PLD is the stoichiometric transfer of complex target materials to the substrate, which can be maintained at a high temperature in a reactive atmosphere. Many new devices may be formed using such high quality single crystalline oxide thin films. This paper deals with the detailed technological aspects of PLD, deposition of different thin films using PLD and the advantages of this method.
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION (IR, ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS, ELECTRONIC AND MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY STUDIES) OF 2- N-PHENYL IMINO-3-PHENYL -4- (P- HYDROXY PHENYL)-?4- THIAZOLINE DERIVATIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dinkar Malik* The synthesis and characterization (IR, elemental analysis, electronic and magnetic susceptibility studies) of the transition metal complex of 2- N-Phenyl imino-3-Phenyl -4- (p- Hydroxy Phenyl)-?4- Thiazoline is described; complexes are obtained in 71% yield from the treatment of bromine, acetophenone and diphenyl urea in ethanolic solution. The complexes were of the type ML2X2 (where M = Cu (II), Co (II) and Ni (II), L= 2- N-Phenyl imino-3-Phenyl -4- (p- Hydroxy Phenyl)-?4- Thiazoline and X= Ci-, CH3COO-. The complexes were ionic which show significant covalency in metal-ligand bond. All the synthesized complexes were screened for their antifungal activity against different fungi at different concentrations. The activity decreases with decrease of concentration and the metal complexes are less toxic than the parent ligand.
SUBSTITUTED PYRIDINE CATALYSED DOMINO SYNTHESIS OF PYRAZOLINES AND PYRIMIDINES. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajesh Babu.K, Luke paul.V, Dr. Madhava Rao.V* A novel and efficient base catalysed domino synthesis of pyrazolines and pyrimidines through chalcones as intermediate compounds were reported. The base employed as catalyst to synthesize ab ove compounds was alkyl substituted pyridines due to more basic strength, low volatility and low toxicity. In order to synthesize chalcones, catalytic amount of Cu + was added to make active methyl group more active. We achieved good yields and products were characterized by IR, 1 H NMR and Mass spectral data.
OXIDATION OF PHENOL BY QUINOLINIUM CHLOROCHROMATE IN AQUEOUS ACETIC ACID MEDIUM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. S. K. Periyasamy* and Mr. M Satham Hussain The kinetics of oxidation of Phenol by quinolinium Chlorochromate (QCC) in aqueous acetic acid leads to the formation of quinone. The reaction is first order with respect to both aniline and QCC and is catalyzed by hydrogen ion. The hydrogen-ion dependence has the form: kobs = a+b [H+]. The rate of oxidation decreases with increasing dielectric constant of solvent, indicating the presence of an ion-dipole interaction. The reaction does not induced the polymerization of acrylonitrile. The retardation of the rate by the addition of Mn2+ ions confirms that a two electron transfer process is involved in the reaction. The reaction rates have been determined at different temperatures and the activation parameters have been calculated. From the above observation kinetic results a suitable mechanism has been proposed.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF A POLYHERBAL FACE WASH GEL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sowmya. K. V, Darsika. C, X. Fatima Grace* and S. Shanmuganathan Acne is the common disorder occurring due to the changes in the hormones such as androgens, corticosteroids. It is mainly caused by the oil glands. Face and neck are the areas more prone to the acne. Acne can be prevented by removing oil from the face. It can be achieved by proper cleaning of the face by pure water. Face wash prepared by herbal ingredients are better than the synthetic ingredients to avoid side effects. The present work was intended to prepare a face wash with antioxidant, antibacterial and antiseptic properties which are necessary to keep the skin, smooth and attractive. Gel was prepared and evaluated for its spread ability, consistency, grittiness, foamability, pH and the results were found to be satisfactory.
Impact of Sago Factory Effluent on Biochemical Constituents of Ovary in The Larvae of Dragonfly, Bradinopyga Geminata (Rambur) (Anisoptera: Libellulidae) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A. Arunachalam The final instar female larvae of B. geminate were treated with various sublethal concentrations of sago factory effluent. Under the effluent stress, various biochemical constituents were found to decrease in the ovary indicating the occurrence of physio-metabolic dysfunction. The effluent may act as a chemosterilent.
SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF MORPHOLINE AND SALICYLAMIDE NUCLEUS BASED DERIVATIVES. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

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

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Hadi Hussain Khan, Dr. Husnain Mansoor Ali There is an abundance of duplicated web documents on the internet. For example, two documents online could be very similar to each other except for a very small portion, such as URLs and advertisements. While such differences are not important with regards to web searches, they do tamper with web search results due to duplication. Therefore, if web crawlers could check the duplication percentage of newly crawled pages by a previ- ously crawled page, the quality of web search will signifi- cantly increase. The main objective of this research is to propose a method which is able to check the duplication ratio of the content on the page with the one already crawled previously. The solution includes running a web crawling algorithm in order to calculate the ratio of duplication at the time of web crawling. In order to effectively achieve the goals of this research, Charikar’s SIMHASH finger print- ing-technique has been used. Using this, a new technique for the purpose of detection of exact and near duplication method will be devised which will work to check the duplica- tion ratio with the newly crawled page. The experiment is carried out on multiple pages of two major B2B website namely Ali Baba and Trade key. More than 300 pages from two similar categories on each portal were selected for this experiment. These selected pages were first calculated using a third party duplication detection tool to set the bench mark. The results obtained from the test looked to be very promising and close to the benchmark set. The system running time was very short. However, the results show an average curve variation of 10% away from the bench mark which in this case is fine. Based on the results obtained from the experiment carried out, it can be said that Charikar’s SIMHASH finger printing technique can be effectively used to detect duplication and near duplication.
Study of the clinical profile of sporadic cases of Leptospirosis published in

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Dr. Ravindra K. Shravasti, Dr. Vasant B. Jadhav, Dr. Naman Mahesh Shah, Dr. Akshay D. Shah, Dr. Raghunath B. Kulkarni Background - Human Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease.Infection is acquired either directly through contact with an infected animal or indirectly by water or soil contaminated with the urine of an infected animal. We carried out a hospital based retrospective study of 15 sporadic cases of leptospirosis admitted in a tertiary care hospital in Western Maharashtra.Methods-This study was done over a period of one year (February 2013 January 2014) and included 15 confirmed cases of leptospirosis. Institutional ethical committee permission was taken prior to the study and a detailed hospital indoor records including history, clinical findings, laboratory findings, complications, outcome after treatment were sought to understand the clinical spectrum of the disease. All included cases were positive for Leptospira IgM ELISA test(Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay) with significant titre of ? 80. ConclusionLeptospirosis is not uncommon in Western Maharashtra and patients presenting with acute febrile illness with thrombocytopenia and rapid deterioration with multi organ involvement should raise the suspicion of leptospirosis. Though seen in monsoon season, sporadic cases can be encountered throughout the year as shown in this study. Early diagnosis and treatment will reduce significant mortality and morbidity
A Study on Serum Amylase Levels in Acute Organophoshorous Poisoning and Its Relationship with Clinical Severity And Outcome published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Dilip M Rampure, Dr. I. B. Ganiger, Dr. Ch. Ellareddy Background & Objectives: Acute poisoning by organophosphorous Pesticides (OP) has reached epidemic proportions in most parts of the world, particularly in developing agrarian countries, where the toxicity of available poisons and paucity of appropriate medical facilities ensure a high fatality rate. Earlier, plasma cholinesterase was used to assess the severity of poisoning and determine the clinical course. Presently serum amylase has been recommended as a better indicator of severity. Hence in this study correlation between serum amylase levels and clinical severity of acute OP compound poisoning has been studied. Methods: A prospective study was conducted on 50 patients admitted to emergency ward within 24 hours of OP intoxication in Mamata Genereal Hospital, Khammam who met the inclusion criteria. Estimation of serum amylase was done at the time of admission and at 24 hours. The data was compared with 50 age matched individuals. Results: This study revealed significant elevation of serum amylase levels at admission in OP poisoning patients which showed significant decrease with treatment. The overall mean value for amylase was (174.26 in cases U/L Vs 32.08 in controls, p<0.0001) at admission. The bad prognostic factors are very well correlated with serum amylase levels are Fasciculations-311 U/L, Severe secretions-333 U/L, CNS depession-340 U/L, Respiratory failure-368 U/L and Convulsions-441 U/L. The overall mean value of serum amylase is significantly higher in non-survivors Vs survivors (318.4 U/L Vs 75.87 U/L, p<0.0001). Conclusion: Hyperamylasemia in OP intoxicated patients can provide a high degree of suspicion of subsequent respiratory failure and other complications.
World Trade Organization and Indian Agriculture published in

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Radhika, Dr. Vazir Singh Nehra It is well known that agriculture has been a way of economic life and main source of livelihood for the vast majority of households in rural India. Agriculture forms the backbone of the Indian economy. It is found that agriculture sector must be upgraded in development strategies. It has been found that the contribution of Indias agricultural exports to the world agricultural exports has increased in the WTO period. Under the auspices of the WTO, many trade related agreements were signed by the member countries. The agreement on agriculture (AoA) was one of them. Under this agreement, there were many provisions regarding tariff, export, import and domestic subsidy related to agriculture sector. In this paper, the researcher has tried to find out the main issues and facts regarding the agriculture sector under the WTO regime.
EMPOWERMENT OF COMMUNITIES COAST TO STRENGTHENING THE ECONOMY IN SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Arifin Idrus *1, Patta Rapanna2 , H Anto3 & Sahribulan This research was qualitative in nature, through phenomenology of approach, but the results showed that coastal community empowerment holds an important role, in addition to strengthening the economic base of coastal communities also have an impact on the distribution of seafood to Indonesia Society consumed and exported, so that with the potential results of the sea that was owned directly by coastal communities is expected to be the locomotive of development who are able to prosper both micro level as well as the macro level, the concept of empowerment is made by the Government to do continuous improvement, given the komplesitas problems of coastal communities is very need attention, it takes policies and support from various parties to make coastal communities are able to live prosperous peace in the form of either physical or non physical.
Dilemma of Crossing Borders and Nationalism as Projected in Amitav Ghoshs the Shadow Lines published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Rinu Yadav In this research paper, I have tried to draw that Amitav Ghosh emphasizes on bringing out the futility of drawing lines across a nation to form two nations. His novels are concerned with the theme of crossing of frontiers- especially those of nationality, culture and language. With reference to the topic selected here Amitav Ghosh questions the validity of geographical boundaries and celebrates the union of aliens pulled together by self-propelling empathy and attachment. Amitav Ghosh aims to drive home the meaning of nationalism in the minds of the readers, through the characters in the novel. The narrators grandmother thinks nationalism, a holy and sacred word which has become the focus of political thinking in the nineteenth and twentieth century. The use of history and politics in the work of art is familiar territory for Amitav Ghosh. As a writer, he has been immensely influenced by the social and political milieu of the country. Also, the stories and events he heard from his parents during his childhood made an indelible impression on his mind. The image of changing India, politically and socially, cast a deep shadow on his mind, is drawn out and discussed here.
Comorbidity in Hypertensive Inhabitants of the North published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Hasnulin VI, Artamonova OG, Sevostyanova EV It has been shown that the climate-geographic stress in the hypertensive patients in the North is accompanied by a significantly greater severity of comorbidity than in similar hypertensive patients living in the middle latitudes. It has been also found that severity of combined pathological disorders in high latitudes depends on the level of cortisol increase in the blood, the degree of psychoemotional stress and desynchronosis increase, especially in people with morning chronotype. It was revealed the high dependence of diastolic blood pressure increase and adaptive-restoring potential decrease in the northern patients on the level of desynchronosis. The highest level of comorbidity has been found in the hypertensive patients in the North with a strong resistance to the development of desynchronosis.
DEVADASI SYSTEM AND ITS IMPACT ON THEIR CHILDREN published in

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Shwetha.T.S, Manjula.M.Y The Devadasi system has existed in India for centuries. It is the practice of ceremonially offering an unmarried girl as a wife to god. Over a period of time this has become nothing more than commercial sexwork in the name of god. Children born to such mothers bear the stigma of being Devadasis Children and lack a father figure. These children are often looked after by their grandparents or care takers because most of them cant stay with their mother. These children miss out on parental care and guidance during crucial periods of their development. There is a need to understand these childrens feelings, their opinions about this practice and its impact on them. A purposive sample of three boys and four girls was selected for the study. Unstructured interview was used for data collection. Most of them report that the children got to know that their mother was a Devadasi around the age of 10 years and they felt very sorry about it. They do not blame the mother as they perceive her to be a victim of the system. Themes that emerged in the discussion are these: the children do not want to be labelled as Devadasis children, they want this system to be eradicated and they get perturbed if people ask them about their biological family. Neither the boys nor the girls want their family members to become Devadasi and they feel that it is an oppressive practice. It is certain that there is anger and disapproval towards the society that is responsible for their current downtrodden status.
Studies on Intensity of Environmental Awareness among Assistant Professors of Senior College and Universities published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. Varsha U. Lomate * To recognize the growing awareness about Environmental degradation, pollution and self responsibility of its protection it becomes necessary to study the extent of awareness among the intellectual class of society. In the past two decades, environment has attracted the attention of decision makers, scientists and even laymen in many parts of the world. They are becoming increasingly conscious of issues such as famines, droughts, floods, scarcity of fuel, firewood and fodder.
Microbial respiration of novel biomixtures used for biopurifications system published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. MUKHERJEE, W. TAPPE, D. HOFFMANN, S. KOEPPCHEN, U. DISKO, L. WEIHERMUELLER, 1P. BURAUEL AND H. VEREECKEN To overcome the problem of on farm point sources of pollution stemming from improper handling, spillages and leakages during filling and cleaning of spraying equipments, environmental friendly and low cost technology filter systems are under development. Biochar and digestate mixtures with two types of soil (sandy and silt loam) had been used as a biofilter test material for a respiration study instead of conventional soil, peat and straw mixtures. The results show that digestate is an easily available C-source leading to highest release of CO -C compared to all other biomixtures used in the present experiment. It was found that 2 with the addition of even a small amount (1 % W/W) of biochar there is a profound suppression in the CO -C release.
Survey the role of learning organization building blocks on creativity process in the Pars Khazar industrial company published in

Research in Sport Management and Psychology

Published by Dr Mohammad Nasiri
Reza Pirbonyeh,, Mohsen Ghadami, Mehrali Hematinezhad Background: Present survey is the role of learning organization building blocks on creativity process in the Pars khazar industrial company case study. This study is based on Garvin view in relative with learning organization building blocks (Supportive learning environment, Concrete learning processes and practices, Leadership behavior that provides reinforcement) and Plsek view in relative with creativity process (Preparation, Imagination, Development, Action). Materials and Methods: This survey is Descriptive – Correlation. Survey society involve all masters and directors of Pars khazar company, that in order of personal information are 300 persons, by use of simple random sampling method, 168 person chosen as a sample size. Measuring tools in this research is 2 questionnaires that produced by researcher. Questionnaire validity obtains by studying of references and regard of professors and experts. For reliability with use of Kronbakh alpha method, coefficient 0.92 is for learning organization building block and coefficient 0.955 is for creative process. Used descriptive statistics (frequency, frequency, percent, tables, diagram), and inferential statistics (Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, T test, Pearson Correlation test, Simple linear regression and multiple Linear regression) for analyzing data. Results and Discussions: The results of survey show that, there is a positive relationship between the learning organization building blocks and the creativity process, also a positive relationship between the components of learning organization building blocks and the creativity process. Conclusion: Although the validity and reliability criteria and measures used have been approved and they are a viable choice for this study, but in future research, the study further and deeper investigation may lead to the adoption of new criteria that indicate a new approach to learning organization building blocks and the creativity process.
Blood Catalase Activities, Catalase Gene Polymorphisms and Acatalasemia Mutations in Hungarian Patients with Diabetes Mellitus published in

Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Góth L*, Nagy T, Paragh G and Káplár M Introduction: Catalase decomposes hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water. Its low concentration could be involved in signaling while its high concentration is toxic. Aim: This short review discusses the association of blood catalase and diabetes mellitus in Hungarian diabetic patients. Results: Several cohort studies showed decreased blood catalase activity in type 2 diabetes and in gestational diabetes. Among the catalase gene polymorphisms rs769217 showed a weak association with type 1 diabetes. Regarding rs1001179 polymorphism patients with TT genotype have a risk for lower life expectancy. In acatalasemics the frequency of diabetes mellitus is higher (P˂0.001) than in the Hungarian population. 11 of 12 known Hungarian acatalasemia mutations are found in diabetic patients. Acatalasemia may be associated with a higher risk for diabetes mellitus especially for its type 2 form. Acatalasemia mutations could explain the decreased (˂50%) blood catalase activities only in 17.4% of the cases. Conclusions: Blood catalase activity is decreased in type 2 and gestional diabetes. Patients with inherited catalase deficiency and known acatalasemia mutation are at higher risk of diabetes mellitus. The lifelong effect of oxidative damage on the oxidant sensitive, insulin producing pancreatic beta-cells could contribute to the manifestation of diabetes mellitus especially to type 2 form. Acatalasemia mutations could explain the reason for the catalase decrease while for the other (82.6 %) cases it remains unsolved. The decreased blood catalase activity in type 2 and gestational diabetes rather due to regulatory mechanisms than to the catalase gene mutations.
Papuloerythroderma of Ofuji: A first case report from Indonesia published in

Journal of General-Procedural Dermatology & Venereology Indonesia

Published by Universitas Indonesia
Graciella Regina, Listya Paramita, Sunardi Radiono, Yohannes Widodo Wirohadidjojo, William Faber Papuloerythroderma (PE) is a rare skin disease which was first described by Ofuji et al. in 1984, with a typical sign that the lesions spare the large cutaneous folds, known as the deck chair sign. Due to its recent identification, this disease is still underrecognized and may lead to misdiagnosis. We reported the first case report of PE of Ofuji from Indonesia in which the diagnosis was delayed for two years. Besides the deck chair sign in the large cutaneous fold, we also found that the area between and above his eyebrows that was relatively spared in contrast to the sparing of the cutaneous folds, and it may be considered as pseudo-deck chair sign. The patient showed good response with combination therapy of phototherapy with Narrow-Band Ultraviolet B (NBUVB), oral methotrexate, and corticosteroids. The deck chair sign disappeared after six months therapy, but the patient’s skin was still xerotic.
Comparative Study of Morphological, Correlation, Hybrid and DCSFPSS based Morphological & Tribrid Algorithms for GFDD published in

ACEEE International Journal on Signal & Image Processing

Published by ACEEE
V. Jayashree, S. Subbaraman This paper proposes comparative study of two basic approaches such as Morphological Approach (MA) and Correlation Approach (CA) and three modified algorithms over the basic approaches for detection of micronatured defects occurring in plain weave fabrics. A Hybrid of CA followed by MA was developed and has shown to overcome the drawbacks of the basic methods. As automation of MA using DC Suppressed Fourier Power Spectrum Sum (DCSFPSS), DCSFPSSMA could not yield improvement in Overall Detection Accuracy (ODA) for micronatured defects, automation of modified Hybrid Approach (HA) was proposed leading to the development of Tribrid Approach (TA). Modified Hybrid approach involves cascade operation of CA and MA both automated using DCSFPSS. Texture periodicity of defect free fabric was obtained using DCSFPSS which was extended for the design and extraction of defect independent template for CA and for the design of the size of structuring element for morphological filtering process. Overall Detection Accuracy was used by adopting simple binary based defect search algorithm as the last step in the experimentation to detect the defects. Overall Detection Accuracy was found to be ~100%/97.41%/ 98.7 % for 247 samples of warp break defect/ double pick/ normal samples and 96.1% /99% for 205 thick place defect samples/normal samples belonging to two different plain grey fabric classes. Robustness of the performance of TA scheme was tested by comparing TA with two traditional algorithms viz., CA and MA and our previously proposed hybrid algorithm and DCSFPSSMA. This TA algorithm outperformed when compared to CA-only, MA-only, HA and DCSFPSSMA by yielding an overall ODA of more than 98% for the defect and defect free samples of different fabric classes. Secondly, the recognition of defect area less than 1 mm2 which has not been reported in the literature yet, was possible using this algorithm. We propose to use this method as a means to grade the grey fabric similar to the standard fabric grading system.
AN ENHANCED STRATEGY IN BEACON OVERHEAD AND PDR IN MANET USING GEOGRAPHIC ROUTING STRATEGIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harpreet Kaur*, Dr. Dinesh Kumar MANET is self - configured Mobile Ad hoc network of mobile nodes connected via random topology. The main issue in MANET is the selection of best path between any two nodes. Routing in MANET is to find the efficient path to transfer the data from source to destination. APU strategy is routing strategy for geographic routing in Mobile ad - hoc network which dynamically adjust the frequency of position updates based on the mobility dynamics of the nodes and the forwarding patterns in the network. The beacon updates include the current location and velocity of the nodes. An Enhanced APU strategy i n the proposed system use destination aware routing with minimum distance dynamically adjusts the beacon update intervals based on the minimum distance from source to destination, mobility dynamics of the nodes and the forwarding patterns in the network. R esults of the proposed system are compared with Periodic Beaconing on the basis of packet delivery ratio, beacon overhead, energy consumption. Experiment results show a high improvement in results on the parameters discussed. Energy consumption in Periodic beacon scheme is high compared to proposed system since periodic beacon causes high energy consumption in the nodes. APU saves energy by avoiding unnecessary beacon update and do the beacon update adaptively. Beacon overhead in Periodic beacon scheme is h igh compared to proposed system due to periodic beacon. Proposed system reduces the beacon overhead by avoiding unnecessary beacon update and only does the beacon update process adaptively.
Molecular characterization and genetic diversity analysis using RAPD markers in parental li published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
HARSHAL E. PATIL*, S.B. THAWARI AND RAVIKIRAN S. MALI Molecular characterization and genetic diversity of seven CMS, seven maintainers and four restorer lines of cotton (Gossypium spp.) was investigated through Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA markers. The similarity indices showing the evolutionary similarity varied from a minimum of 0.36 to maximum of 0.90. In case of CMS and maintainers lines, the pairs viz., 1 A and 1 B, 3 A and 3 B, 7A and 7 B exhibited maximum genetic similarities which revealed that these genotype are genetically less divergent or genetically more closure than any other genotypes. The maximum genetic similarity was observed between restorers, RHC 054 and RHC 058 (0.90) followed by RHC 035 and RHC 056 (0.80). The dendrogram tree constructed using Win Boot computational analysis showed two completely distinct groups. The CMS and maintainer pairs viz., 1 A and 1 B, 2 A and 2 B, 3 A and 3 B, 5 A and 5 B, 9 A and 9 B formed a separate cluster, whereas 7 A and 7 B, 10 A and 10 B formed a second distinct cluster. Each CMS and its maintainer line revealed homology with each other. The dendrogram obtained from restorers showed two distinct clusters. Cluster one consisting of RHC 035 and RHC 0056 while, second cluster consisting of RHC 054 and RHC 058. The results revealed that considerable amount of diversity is present among CMS, maintainers and restorer lines of cotton and each genotype is also characteristically indentified by their RAPD marker profile. Moreover, genetic diversity was not only related to the geographic diversity but also natural and artificial selection, exchange of breeding material and genetic drift.
Imaginarios sociales de donantes voluntarios de sangre en un punto fijo de recoleccin. Bogot-Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

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Harold Fabin Cruz Bermdez, Jorge Enrique Moreno Collazos, Adriana Angarita Fonseca, Claudia Yaneth Caldern Serrano, Silvia Ins Martnez Fonseca, Mnica Restrepo Introduction: the voluntary donation of blood is a challenge for blood banks; it is intended for blood donations to be increased, once the preconceptions in the process become known. Objective: establish the main social preconceptions related to the voluntary donation of blood. Methods: a descriptive transversal study of a sample of 100 adults. The data was gathered through the application of surveys conducted during the months of July to December of 2010. The variables were: age, sex, origin, social and financial status, level of education and main preconceptions related to the donation of blood. A descriptive analysis was conducted; the software used was Epilnfo version 3.5.1. Results: the main preconception for women was gaining weight with a 70.59%, while for men it was blood is commercialized with a 36.36%. Discussion: the age described in the study and the social and cultural aspects behave according to those predetermined; the social preconceptions are established mainly by the feminine gender with the weight increase. Conclusion: the social preconceptions allow for the subjects to have a greater negative predisposition towards donating blood.
PERSPEKTIF KEADILAN IKLIM DALAM INSTRUMEN HUKUM LINGKUNGAN INTERNASIONAL TENTANG PERUBAHAN IKLIM published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Deni Bram The issue of climate change has become a central point of attention the world community on this century. In scientists view says that if we fail to make significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions for ten to twenty years ahead, we face the possibility of harmful environmental disaster at the end of this century. Legal instruments at international level which is present as a step to mitigate climate change were felt only in the interests of developing countries alone that puts the asymmetric advantage. The concept of climate justice is felt not touched so that the regime to combat climate change often fail in the fulfillment of justice for present and future. Keywords: climate change, intergenerational equity, intra generational equity.
Rare case of a conjunctival cyst formation in an anophthalmic socket of a 10 years old patient published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

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Mohamed Abdallahi Ould Hamed*, Imane Tarib and Fouad Elasri Evisceration is a widely performed surgery in the pediatric population, the most common etiology for children is trauma and malignant retinal tumors. The procedure is safe and the complications are rare and often easily manageable. We report the case of a 10 years old male patient, who had undergone evisceration surgery of the right eye 2 years before his admission, following a penetrating ocular trauma. The trauma circumstances were reported as accidental knife perforation. The patient was hospitalized and beneficiated from sutures of the globe injuries, associated to parenteral and local fortified antibiotics treatments. The follow-up was marked by installation of chronic painful endophthalmitis that was managed with an evisceration and hydroxyapatite implant. Two years later, the ophthalmic examination revealed the presence of 2 conjunctival cysts underneath the prosthesis, with no exteriorization of the hydroxyapatite implant. A surgery was then performed with removal of the conjunctival cysts.
Efficient Way to Identify User Aware Rare Sequential Patterns in Document Streams published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Swati V. Mengje | Prof. Rajeshri R. Shelke Documents created and distributed on the Internet are ever changing in various forms. Most of existing works are devoted to topic modeling and the evolution of individual topics, while sequential relations of topics in successive documents published by a specific user are ignored. In order to characterize and detect personalized and abnormal behaviors of Internet users, we propose Sequential Topic Patterns (STPs) and formulate the problem of mining Useraware Rare Sequential Topic Patterns (URSTPs) in document streams on the Internet. They are rare on the whole but relatively frequent for specific users, so can be applied in many real-life scenarios, such as real-time monitoring on abnormal user behaviors. Here present solutions to solve this innovative mining problem through three phases: pre-processing to extract probabilistic topics and identify sessions for different users, generating all the STP candidates with (expected) support values for each user by patterngrowth, and selecting URSTPs by making user-aware rarity analysis on derived STPs. Experiments on both real (Twitter) and synthetic datasets show that our approach can indeed discover special users and interpretable URSTPs effectively and efficiently, which significantly reflect users characteristics. Swati V. Mengje | Prof. Rajeshri R. Shelke"Efficient Way to Identify User Aware Rare Sequential Patterns in Document Streams" 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/ijtsrd101.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/101/efficient-way-to-identify-user-aware-rare-sequential-patterns-in-document-streams/swati-v-mengje
Perceptions and health care-seeking behaviours for infertility in Sagamu, Nigeria published in

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Amoran OE, Animashaun V, Oyelekan AAA, Sholeye OO Background: Infertility is a reproductive health morbidity and a major public health issue in many developing countries. Objective:To assess the perception and health care – seeking behaviours of couples for infertility in Sagamu Local Government Area (LGA), southwest Nigeria. Methods: The study was a cross-sectional survey conducted over a three-week period between May and April, 2013 in Sagamu LGA of Ogun State, Nigeria using a multi-stage sampling technique. Data was collected by trained interviewers using a semi-structured questionnaire. Results:A total of 500 participants were surveyed. Majority, 73.8% believed that sexually transmitted infections cause infertility while 90.5% opined that previous abortion causes infertility whereas 86.1% believe that unsafe abortion is related to infertility. Some (11.0%) believed that infertility is mainly spiritual. The prevalence of infertility in the population was 16.8%. Among those with infertility, 44.6% have sought help from the spiritualists. Conclusion:This study showed that about half of the people with infertility have sought help from the spiritualist as a treatment option.Couples should be encouraged to visit hospitals for proper medical management of infertility problems.
Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Employment Generation published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nidhi Investment in a country by individuals and organizations from other countries is an important aspect of international finance. This flow of international finance may take the form of portfolio investment (acquisition of securities) or direct investment (creation of productive facilities). This paper focuses that an inflow of FDI improves economic growth and thereby enhances employment opportunities. The main objective of this paper is to find out the role of FDI in employment generation, especially in case of India. Most studies have shown that the impact of FDI on the host country has been generally favourable in developing countries. It is an important stimulus for the economic growth of India. It creates high perks jobs for skilled employees in Indian service sector. It has helped to raise the output, productivity and employment in many sectors, especially in service sector. Banking and insurance is first and telecommunication is second segment of service sector which pick the growth after coming of FDI. There has been a visible positive impact on the creation of jobs not only in those sectors attracting FDI inflows but also in the supportive domestic industries. FDI play a major role in world trade and investments because of their high management skills, technology, financial resources and other related advantages.
Service Quality in Indian Railways published in

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Parminder Singh Dhillon Starting in 1853 in a modest way Indian Railway today has grown as the largest network of transportation in the world under single management. It has 11000 trains to carry passengers in various types of trains AC/Non AC/Superfast covering a distance of 64000 route km. and touching 8000 railway stations. Service quality in running trains is a matter of great concern for Indian railway and the management is under great stress to improve service quality in running trains. Coaches of the trains welcome passengers with stinking bathrooms and unsatisfactory cleanliness. Quality of food is poor and a matter of great concern for travellers. The main goal of this research is to know the satisfaction of passengers travelling in AC coaches of train no.12716 Sachkhand superfast express running between Amritsar and Hazur Sahib Nanded about the quality of various services provided in AC coaches. The study shows that most of the passengers are not satisfied with the food quality and other services and recommendations for the improvement have been made so as to offer improved quality of services to the passengers travelling in the trains
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF BUCHNANIA LANZAN (CHIRONJI) FROM CHHATTISGARH published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Chaitali Niratker*, D. Sailaja The present study primarily aims to carry out a preliminary phytochemical screening of Buchnania lanzan so as to detect the major class of compounds present. Antimicrobial activity was carried out using sequential extracts of solvents with varying polarity; Petroleum ether, Chloroform, Methanol Ethanol and Water respectively. The phytochemical analysis had showed the presence of saponins, flavanoids, steroids, cardiac glycosides, carbohydrate, tannins and phenolics. All solvent extracts were screened for antimicrobial potential against three bacterial species (Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus) two fungal species (Aspergillus Niger and Penicillium sp.) by disc diffusion method. Extract Showed maximum antibacterial activity against all organisms tested.
An Overview of Microbial Lipases published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
K.S.S.Rekha*, M.V.V.Chandana Lakshmi, V.Sridevi and M.Manasa Lipases are the most pliable biocatalyst and bring about a wide range of bioconversion reactions, such as hydrolysis, interesterification, esterification, alcoholysis, acidolysis and aminolysis that play a key role in fat digestion by cleaving long-chain triglycerides into polar lipids and these Lipases (triacylglycerol acylhydrolases, EC 3.1.1.3) catalyze the hydrolysis and the synthesis of esters formed from glycerol and long-chain fatty acid and they are ubiquitous enzymes which catalyze the hydrolysis of triacylglycerols to glycerols and free fatty acid. Lipases have been utilized for fat modification, fragrance development in dairy product and for the synthesis of personal care product, oil industry, dairy industry, pharmaceuticals and bakery industry and cosmetics. The most important microbial lipase-producing strains for submerged and solid-state fermentations are reviewed as well as the main substrates, including the use of agroindustrial residues. Current process techniques (batch, repeated-batch, fed-batch, and continuous mode) are discussed and the importance of lipase catalyzed fat splitting process, kinetics, deactivation kinetics, pre-purification and novel purification technologies.
A Novel Approach For Resisting Web Proxy Attacks By Using TSL Behavior published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Leo Elsa Koshy, Libi Babu, Suvya.P Web proxy based HTTP attack has been a serious threat to server security due to the covert nature. Although most of the large scale official proxies are usually configured to have high security, they cannot avoid being abused for the proxy based attacks. Such type of attack is not easy to be discovered by most existing defense systems since the real attacking hosts are shielded by the hierarchical Web proxies. In this paper a novel server-side defense scheme is proposed to resist such covert indirect attacks. This approach extracts the temporal and spatial locality behavior of the proxy to server traffic independent of traffic intensity and frequently varying Web content. Then, Web proxys access behavior can be directly mapped into a HSMM parameterized by Gaussian mixture and Gamma distributions. A novel attack response method named soft control is proposed. This scheme reshapes the suspicious sequence into a relatively normal one by partly discarding its most likely malicious requests instead of denying the entire sequence. So it can protect the quality of service of users. Finally, experiments are conducted to validate the model.
Plant geometry and nutrient levels effect on productivity of Bt cotton published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.L. GHULE, D.K. PALVE, J.D. JADHAV*1 AND V.V. DAHIPHALE A field investigation was conducted duringKharif season The experiment was laid out in split plot design with three replications. There were twelve treatment combinations comprising three plant geometries viz., 90 cm x 60 cm, 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm and four nutrient levels viz., 80:40:40, 100:50:50, 120:60:60 kg NPK/ha and 75 % RDF + 5 t FYM/ha. The plant geometries were allotted to main plot and nutrient levels were accommodated in sub plots. The plant geometry of 90 cm x 60 cm has recorded significantly higher number of sympodias per plant, the number of picked bolls per plant and seed cotton yield per plant over 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm. The seed cotton yield per hectare was also higher in plant geometry of 90 cm x 60 cm than 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm. The application of nutrient level i.e. 120:60:60 kg NPK/ha was found superior for enhancing growth parameters viz., plant height, number of leaves, leaf area and dry matter. The application of 75% RDF + 5 t FYM/ha recorded significantly higher seed cotton yield per hectare. Based on the results it can be concluded that the yield attributes of Bt cotton were improved in plant geometry of 90 cm x 60 cm. The seed cotton yield of Bt cotton was significantly higher in plant geometry of 90 cm x 60 cm than 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm which recorded 23 % and 21 % higher over 120 cm x 45 cm and 180 cm x 30 cm, respectively. Application of 75% RDF + 5 t FYM/ha to Bt cotton was significantly superior than rest of all other treatments which recorded 14, 9 and 5.5 per cent higher yield over 80:40:40 kg NPK/ha, 100:50:50 kg NPK/ha and 120:60:60 kg NPK/ha, respectively.
An Efficient FIR Filter for Electrocardiogram Signal published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
D. Kousaly. A | Dr. B. Senthilkumar Filtering of Electrocardiogram signal is very important because noisy Electrocardiogram signal can mask some important features of the Electrocardiogram. Graphical information related to the heart functioning by means of a base line and waves representing the heart voltage changes during a period of time, usually a short period is given by Electrocardiogram. It is done by putting leads on specific part of the human body, to get changes of the bioelectrical heart signal. Electrocardiogram is considered to be a must have feature for a medical diagnostic imaging system. Electrocardiogram, a non invasive technique is used as a primary diagnostic tool for cardiovascular diseases. A cleaned Electrocardiogram signal provides necessary information about the electrophysiology of the heart diseases and ischemic changes that may occur. It provides valuable information about the functional aspects of the heart and cardiovascular system. The objective of the work is to automatic detection of cardiac arrhythmias in Electrocardiogram signal in Pan Tompkins tern reorganization technique is used in this project for detection of cardiac arrhythmias. The proposed system consists of three main stages, which are the Electrocardiogram. In the first stage, the Electrocardiogram various processing is responsible for three tasks: theye are 1) Electrocardiogram filtering; 2) QRS complex detection; and 3) T and P wave delineation. This system has memories, filter, PAT algorithm and naive base classifier using xlinx software tool and finally the normal or abnormal signal is determined by the normal or abnormal flags. D. Kousaly. A | Dr. B. Senthilkumar"An Efficient FIR Filter for Electrocardiogram Signal" 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/ijtsrd14193.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/14193/an-efficient-fir-filter-for-electrocardiogram-signal/d-kousaly-a
Female Feticide/Infanticide in India A Survey Based Study published in

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Dr. T. C. Anjanamma, Dr. T. V. Nagaraja In the global scenario India is becoming a reckon with and we are very proud of this fact, but there are some home truths that we are unaware of or we are turning a deaf ear to them. Female feticide/infanticide is one of them. Infanticide is the homicide of the infant. According to recent reports by the UNICEF up to 50 million girls are missing from Indian population as a result of systematic gender discrimination in India. In most countries in the world there are approximately 105 female births/100 male births. In India there are less than 93 women for every 100 men in the population and United Nations said that an estimated 2,000 unborn girls are illegally aborted every day in India. The study is based on survey conducted in the areas of Dandupalya, Hoskote and MVJ Medical College & research Hospital, Karnataka state with 200 samples in the age group of 18 to 45 years old. The aims and objects of this study are to establish the various causes for female feticide/infanticide, to establish the role of impact of socio economic status and educational status on female feticide/infanticide and to establish the role of law related to female feticide/infanticide and its strict implementation
Clinical Depression Detection Using Speech Feature With Machine Learning Approach published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. Anjum Shaikh | Ms. Firdos Shaikh | Mr. Suhaib Ramzan | Prof. M. M. Patil Depression is a general mental health disorder that presents state of low mood, negative thoughts, mental disturbance, typically with lack of energy , difficulty in maintaining concentration, guilty, irritable, restless and cognitive difficulties such as lose interest in different new things. Clinical depression is a major risk factor in suicides and is associated with high mortality rates, therefore making it one of the leading causes of death worldwide every year. The landmark World Health organisation(WHO) Global Burden of Disease (GBD) quantified depression as the second highest leading cause of disability world-wide[1]. It is observed that, there is increase in tendency of clinical depression in adolescents (i.e. age between 13“20 years) has been linked to a range of serious problem, basically an increase in the number of suicide attempts and deaths. This is making public health concern. In this project we are detecting whether the person is in depression or not using tensor flow software. There various biomarkers of depression like facial expressions, speech, pupil, T-body shape, MRI, EEG, etc. Here we are processing on speech feature extracted from database by SVM technique. Again among features of speech like TEO, MFCC, pitch, etc. Here we are extracting MFCC feature of speech from database. Ms. Anjum Shaikh | Ms. Firdos Shaikh | Mr. Suhaib Ramzan | Prof. M. M. Patil"Clinical Depression Detection Using Speech Feature With Machine Learning Approach" 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/ijtsrd14363.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/14363/clinical-depression-detection-using-speech-feature-with-machine-learning-approach/ms-anjum-shaikh
Customer Service Quality Assessment within the Industrial Corporation Applying the Servqual Tool published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ríos Romero Vianey In the present investigation we show the results obtained from a study carried out in an industrial corporation located in Mexico City with respect to quality in the service. A 95 reliability and 5 error were used in the study. The SERVQUAL tool was used for the analysis. The results obtained in the research were that the reliability dimension had 85 , the response capacity obtained 85 , the security achieved 82.5 , the empathy achieved 80 and the tangible elements reached 80 . The overall average quality of service was 82.50 . Ríos Romero Vianey "Customer Service Quality Assessment within the Industrial Corporation Applying the Servqual Tool" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | 2nd International Congress of Engineering , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5824.pdf
A Prospective Study of Efficacy of Epidural Steroid Injections in the Treatment of Low Back Pain and Lumbosacral Radiculopathy published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sriram Thanigai, Dr. Deviprasad, Dr. Aanand Shankar, Dr. Rajkumar Introduction: Low back pain and Lumbosacral Radiculopathy are the most common complaints of patients with an herniated disc. Most commonly used treatment modality is a simple, effective epidural steroid injection. The aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of epidural steroid injection in low back pain.Epidural steroid injections is one of the non-operative management of back pain. These injections are recommended in patients with signs and symptoms of nerve root irritation. Relief of pain is attributed to the anti-inflammatory effect of the steroid. Material and Method: This is a prospective observational study. It was carried out on the patients presenting with low back pain and Lumbar radiculopathy not responding to conservative management and had MRI proven lumbar disc prolapse at different levels. Injection methyl prednisolone 80 mg with 2ml of 0.5% bupivacaine was diluted in 6ml of normal saline and injected into the lumbar epidural space. Seventy patients received epidural steroid injection,out of which eight patients required further surgery.The remaining sixty two patients were analyzed,followed-up for 8 months.The functional status and pain response of patients were analyzed and significant improvement was found during the follow-up period.The success rate of study was 88.5 %. No complications were encountered. Conclusion: Epidural steroid injection for lumbar radicular pain is an Effective mode of treatment.
Mites Infesting Floricultural and Leafy Ornamental Plants in West Bengal (India) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Soma Karmakar, Salil K. Gupta, D. K. Bhattacharya The present study on mites infesting 25 types of floricultural and ornamental plants from 9 districts of South Bengal reports the occurrence of 33 species belonging to 9 genera and 5 families which included 16 species under 4 families and 9 genera as phytophagous and 15 species under 10 genera and 5 families as predators and the remaining 2 were fungivorous. All the species are listed host-wise along with their nature of damage and economic study.
Solid Pseudopapillary Epithelial Neoplasm (SPEN) of Pancreas: A case report and review of literature published in

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Dr. M. Ilaiah, Dr. P. Mallikarjun, Dr. Faisal Abdul Mujeeb Solid pseudopapillary epithelial neoplasm (SPEN) is a rare neoplasm with low malignant potential. They represent 2% of all pancreatic tumours and 9% of pancreatic cystic neoplasms. Only 718 cases have been reported in the last 70 years. Its prevalence is 10-fold higher in women than in men and affected predominantly younger individuals (mean age:22 years).
Convergence of Optimization Problems published in

Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing

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K. Jeyalakshmi In this paper we consider a general optimization problem (OP) and study the convergence and approximation of optimal values and optimal solutions to changes in the cost function and the set of feasible solutions. We consider the convergence optimization problems under the familiar notion of uniform convergence. We do not assume the convexity of the functions involved. Instead we consider a class of functions whose directional derivatives are convex. They are known as locally convex functions or following Craven and Mond nearly convex functions. We given necessary preliminaries and we prove that a sequence of locally convex optimization problems converge to a locally convex problem. We also prove that uniform convergence of locally convex optimization problems implies epi-graph convergence of the problems. Even though for simplicity we have taken locally convex functions, the results given here can be proved for locally Lipchitz functions also.
Relationship between seed yield and its component characters of cluster bean [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.] published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHEELA MALAGHAN*, M.B. MADALAGERI1 AND ANAND NARASANNAVAR2 Relationship between seed yield and its component characters of sixty seven cluster bean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L.) genotypes were studied during February, 2011 to May, 2011. The seed yield and its twelve component characters were studied to know their relationship. cluster bean seed yield per plant showed positive and significant correlation with number of clusters per plant, number of pods per cluster, ten dry pod weight, ten dry pod seed weight, number of seeds in ten dry pod, fifty seed weight, number of dry pods per plant and dry pod yield per plant at both genotypic and phenotypic level. The path analysis revealed ten dry pod seed weight, dry pods per plant and dry pod yield per plant had high direct effect on seed yield per plant, hence, these parameters are effective for selection to increase seed yield in cluster bean.
The Effectiveness of an Interactive Computer Assisted Programme and Traditional Instructional Method in Teaching Hockey published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dharmendra Singh The Purpose of this study was to compare the effect of Interactive Computer Assisted Programe and Traditional Instructional Method in Teaching Hockey skills of male hockey players. For this study forty five male hockey players from University of Allahabad were selected by using purposive sampling technique between the age group of 18 to 28 years. Subjects were further divided into two experimental groups (Interactive Computer Assisted Programe and Traditional Instructional Method) and one control group of fifteen subjects in each group. Teaching schedule of eight weeks of Interactive Computer Assisted Programe and Traditional Instructional Method was prepared which was followed by the experimental groups on alternate days (three days a week). Harbans Singh Field Hockey Test (1982) was used to collect pre and post test data which was further compared by the application of ANCOVA and LSD post hoc test. It was concluded that both teaching programe has similar potential to develop different skills of male Hockey Players.
MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF GENETIC MECHANISMS OF CANCER published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Mahruy Saidalieva; Mohiniso Bahromovna Hidirova In this paper we consider the questions on the quantitative analysis of genetic mechanisms of cancer. The equations of mathematical model quantitatively describe functioning of regulatory mechanisms of the genetic program of autonomous development in early embryogenesis and at its abnormal activation in somatic cells. The results of the quantitative analysis of model behavior show that there is carcinogenesis possibility under disturbances in the genetic program of autonomous development and it may be used for creation of systems for early diagnostics, treatment and preventive maintenance of cancer.
HPTLC FINGERPRINTING OF CONVOLVULUS ARVENSIS L. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Purushottam G. Dhawale and B. P. Ghyare Convolvulus arvensis L. is a long lived deep rooted weed belongs to the family convolvulaceae. It is commonly known as European bindweed, bindweed, creeping jenny, morning glory, and devils guts. Most people assume weeds have no therapeutic value. However, the difference between weeds and herbs may merely be our understanding of them. Weeds are unwanted plants and are considered harmful, as they compete with crops for light, moisture and nutrients, and harbour insects and diseases harmful to crops. For farmers and agriculture specialists, weeds are unwanted plants, but for herbalists, all weeds are useful plants. Traditionally its was commonly used as ant-helmintic in animals, anticancer, Cytotoxic, laxative and stimulant action .The present study deals with HPTLC fingerprinting of methanol extract of C. arvensis carried out by using various types of solvent system for separation of as many as phytochemicals. Results revealed that the presense of several constituents in the extracts. The number of constituent in the extract and their retention factor (Rf) are summarized in Table 1-11 and chromatographic profile given in figure 1-5. HPTLC results indicate the number of constituents and further facilitate their quantitative estimation and qualitative separation of pharmacologically active chemical compounds. More phytochemical research work is required for isolation, purification and characterizat ion of bioactive compounds.
PENGATURAN TENTANG HAK ASASI MANUSIA BERDASARKAN UNDANG-UNDANG DASAR 1945 SEBELUM DAN SETELAH AMANDEMEN published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Tenang Haryanto, Johannes Suhardjana, A. Komari, Muhammad Fauzan, dan Manunggal Kusuma Wardaya The end of the government of Orde Baru that tends to be more authoritharian has emerged the transformation almost in all government hierarchy. The most important transformation is in the material contains or substantive of 1945 constitution, whether material that has been erased, revised or new material. Material contain of the 1945 constitution is the result of the amendment such as the Human Right. The regulation about human right before amendment 1945 constitution regulated as right and duty of the republic citizen in Indonesia that contains the values of human right and regulated in the article 27 to article 34. The regulation of human right after amendment of 1945 constitution regulated in article 28A to 28J. The regulation about the human right based on the Law Number 39 Year 1999 concerning the Human Right. It explain there is no right in Indonesia that has the absolute power and unlimited. Human Right is not the right that has the absolute characteristic. In the implementation, its limited by the right, morale, security and order of other people. Because of that, in the human right also known the existence of human right duty. Moreover, the implementation of the human right has been regulated in the 1945 Constitution. Kata Kunci : Hak Asasi manusia, Amandemen UUD 1945
White Coats: A Possible Source of Nosocomial Infections published in

PSM Biological Research

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Maliha Hamid, Benish Nawaz, Naheed Afshan It has been shown that white coats wore by Medical staff which thought to bring authority and distinction to the medical profession becoming a source of nosocomial transmission of pathogenic microorganisms. In this study we evaluate the different kinds of microorganisms and their intensity present on the white coats of doctors and paramedical staff. In this study we used 100 more than 15 days unwashed white coats which were used and hanged in hospital environment and 100 washed within 15 days and not placed in hospital. The aim of this study was to assess the risk of transmission of pathogenic microorganisms by wearing coats of Doctors and paramedical staff in a hospital environment as well as a comparison of microbial load also being studied between unwashed & home laundered white coats. In this Cross sectional analysis samples were taken through moist swabs from two different areas of the white coat (Pocket and Sleeves) wearing by doctors and lab staffs in different hospital in Karachi, Pakistan. Sample processed in the Microbiology department at Jinnah University for Women according to standard procedures. It was observed that unwashed sleeves and pockets of coats were highly contaminated areas. Bacteria were isolated from the collected samples. In gram positive bacteria 70% Staphylococcus aureus and 30% Staphylococcus coagulase negative bacteria were isolated. In gram negative bacteria 35% Klebsiella, 10% E.coli, 10% Enterobacter, 10% Shigella and 5% Salmonella were isolated while 30% show no growth. Keywords: White coat, Nosocomial infection, Bacterial contamination, non-clinical areas.
DEVELOPMENT OF PUBLIC FINANCIAL CONTROL IN UKRAINE 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�
Liubov Lysiak financial control in Ukraine. Purpose of the paper - on the basis of retrospective analysis of practice and opening theoretical principles of formation and development of system of public financial control to detect areas of its modernization in Ukraine. Method and methodology of work - general scientific and special methods: a retrospective analysis, comparison, scientific abstraction and others were used. The results - on the basis of retrospective analysis of practices and theoretical principles for the formation and development of public financial control detected shortcomings of the current methodology of financial control in Ukraine and directions for its further modernization were proposed. Area of using results - theoretical and practical research results can be used in the process of improving system of public financial control in Ukraine. Conclusions. In line with current economic reforms (decentralization of budgetary relations, expanding budgetary rights of local administration and giving independence in budgetary authority to regions and governments) control function of the economic mechanism and thus financial control receives significant impulse for further development. The positive result of these reforms can be achieved on the basis of full democratization of social relations and effective system of financial control, which is functioning on the principles of international law set forth in the provisions of the Lima Declaration. In order with them public financial control, audit and public control should cover all aspects of financial relations. This requires a critical assessment of current models of control, making appropriate changes in the mechanism of internal and external control, introduction responsibility for ensuring of social progress not only controlled facilities, but first of all - the subjects of control for rational and efficient use of all productive potential by providing criteria decent standard of living.
HPLC ANALYSIS OF WITHANOLIDES IN HEAVY METAL TREATED PLANT DRUG PARTS (LEAVES AND ROOTS) OF WITHANIA SOMNIFERA (L) DUNAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ch. Saidulu*, C. Venkateshwar, S. Gangadhar Rao Plants were grown in pot culture experiments with three treatments in black soil, Treatment No I. a control without any addition to the soil, Treatment No II Cadmium 10ppm, Chromium 20ppm, Nickel 16ppm were introduced into the soil, Treatment No III one % of Calcium hydroxide was also added along with heavy metals to soil. Then plants were grown up to the productivity levels. Withania somnifera roots, leaves and preparations of the plant are traditionally used as tonic, sedative and diuretic. It is also having a high medicinal value and possesses potent anti-tumor and antioxidant properties. Withania somnifera which mainly contains Withanolides are which biologically active secondary metabolites present in roots and leaves. In the present study the maximum concentration of Withanolide A was observed in the roots and in the leaves of in the control plants (Treatment I) when compared to the other two treatments. Withanolide A concentration is almost same in heavy metal treated plants (Treatment II) and heavy metal +1% Ca (OH) 2 treated (Treatment III) plants. The roots showed Withanolides A more concentration when compared with leaves in three treatments. The concentration of Withanolies A of roots and leaves in three treatments there was no significant differences. So leaves can also be used as the raw material for the extraction of Withanolide A from Withania somnifera.
Women Literacy and Social Change published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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K.Santhi Sri,PRSM Lakshmi Education is important for everyone, but it is especially significant for girls and women. This is true not only because education is an entry point to other opportunities, but also because the educational achievements of women can have ripple effects within the family and across generations. Investing in girls' education is one of the most effective ways to reduce poverty. Investments in secondary school education for girls yields especially high dividends. Educated women can recognize the importance of health care and know how to seek it for themselves and their children. Education helps girls and women to know their rights and to gain confidence to claim them..By acquiring literacy, women become more economically self-reliant and more actively engaged in their countrys social, political and cultural life. All evidence shows that investment in literacy for women yields high development dividends.Education also brings a reduction in inequalities and functions as a means of improving their status withinthe family
ELECTIVE COURSES AND OLYMPIADS AS A PART OF PROFILE EDUCATION UNDER NEW ECONOMIC CONDITIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Oksana Andreevna Maletina The article conveys the connections between profile education, elective courses and Olympiads. The main goal of the profile education is to create a system of the specialized preparation of senior pupils in order to individualise education and to help pupils socialization taking into account real demand of the labour market. Profile education aims at changing structure, content and organization of teaching process taking into consideration interests, inclinations and abilities of pupils in accordance with their professional interests and intentions to continue their education. Under new economic conditions when its very difficult to find a well-paid and interesting job, pupils will be ready to make the right choice and will have the opportunity to enter universities according to their interests and inclinations thanks to elective courses and Olympiads.
Enhanced Level of Security using DNA Computing Technique with Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptography published in

ACEEE International Journal on Network Security

Published by ACEEE
P.Vijayakumar, V.Vijayalakshmi, G.Zayaraz Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptography (HECC) is a Public Key Cryptographic technique which is required for secure transmission. HECC is better than the existing public key cryptography technique such as RSA, DSA, AES and ECC in terms of smaller key size. DNA cryptography is a next generation security mechanism, storing almost a million gigabytes of data inside DNA strands. Existing DNA based Elliptic Curve Cryptographic technique require larger key size to encrypt and decrypt the message resulting in increased processing time, more computational and memory overhead. To overcome the above limitations, DNA strands are used to encode the data to provide first level of security and HECC encryption algorithm is used for providing second level of security. Hence this proposed integration of DNA computing based HECC provides higher level of security with less computational and memory overhead.
WOMEN AND CONSUMERISM (IMPULSIVE BUYING) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ms. Sarbjeet Kaur Consumerism is the belief that personal wellbeing and happiness depends to a very large extent on the level of personal consumption, mainly on the purchase of materialgoods. The idea does not simplymean that wellbeing depends upon a standard of living above some threshold, but that at the center of happiness is consumption and material possessions. Female consumers devote a great deal of time to the very thought of shopping. It sounds their favorite necessity and hobby. Thats why its affects can be immense in terms of affecting demand and market. This paper studies female consumerism particularly impulsive buying. Factors affecting buying behavior of women has been studied. Impulsive buying in females is a crucial aspect of female consumerism. Females here are categorized into working and house wives. Objectives To know female consumerism. Factors affecting female buyer. Tocompare working women and house wives in impulsive buying. Impulsive buying :reasons
Comparison of Synthetic Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Conventional Concrete in Construction of Concrete Pavements published in

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Dondeti Sukanya, Dr. S. Siddiraju f properly designed, constructed and maintained, reinforced structures are generally very durable. However, for structures in aggressive environment corrosion of steel can be significant problem. To overcome this problem, sometimes synthetic fibers are added to the concrete mix. Synthetic fibers are used in our study are polypropylene and polyester. In this study, the results of strength properties of synthetic fiber reinforced concrete are presented. Also conducted the conventional tests for concrete such as the compressive strength and flexural strength of concrete samples are made with different amounts.
FEA ANALYSIS OF FRICTIONAL HEATING PROCESS (MAX. TEMPERATURE VS. ROTATIONAL SPEED) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Sachchidanand J Nimankar * , Prof. Sachin K. Dahake Friction stir welding process is a promising welding technology from its existence as it is easy to use, low energy costs, being ecology friendly process and with no requir ement of any type of filler material. This study of FSW gives analysis of the maximum temperature generated during operation. This is done by making three dimensional non - linear model. This model helps in trend for the relationship between translational ve locity of tool, rotation speed of the tool, and the maximum temperature of the FSW process. The aim is to create a simple, fast and accurate friction simulation model without the need of complex computational power or knowledge of precise process data.
CORRELATION OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL REACTION TIME WITH DURATION OF DIABETES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shivani Gupta*, Panya Jain, Vinu Vij Diabetes Mellitus affects peripheral nerves in the somatosensory and auditory system, slows psychomotor responses and has cognitive effects on patients without proper metabolic control, all of which may affect reaction time. This study was done to correlate auditory and visual reaction time among type II diabetic patients to the duration of diabetes. This study was conducted in Dr D Y Patil Medical College and Hospital, Nerul, for a period of 3 months on a total of 90 male participants aged between 40-50 years. A total of 60 type II diabetic male patients were grouped as the study group with a total of 30 male patients with the duration of diabetes from 1-5 years as group-1 and 30 patients with the duration of diabetes from 5-10 years as group-2. A total of 30 non diabetic male participants were grouped as the control group. We found that both the auditory and visual reaction time were significantly prolonged in diabetics (P<0.001). The group-1 diabetics performed significantly better than group-2 diabetics (P<0.001). Delayed reaction time in diabetics without signs and symptoms of clinical neuropathy can be taken as a non-invasive, low cost, sensitive indicator of psychomotor slowing and early nerve damage. Hence, reaction time can be used as a routine clinical screening test for diabetic patients to prevent or delay the onset of diabetic neuropathy.
Role of Ayurvedic Para-Surgical Procedures in Management of Chronic Wounds : A Conceptual Study published in

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Dr. Narsingh Kumar Verma, Dr. Kalpana, Dr. Ajay Kumar Sharma Wound management has been centre for surgical practice since ancient times. Acharya Sushruta, father of surgery also gave utmost attention to wound management. In Sushruta Samhita there is description of sixty types of treatment modalities for the management of different kinds of wounds, especially chronic and traumatic wound. These sixty procedures broadly consist of medicinal therapy, surgical procedures, para- surgical approach and Mantra therapy (ie.chanting). Para surgical procedures have significance primarily in management of chronic non healing wound.
PRESCRIBING PATTERN OF DRUGS USED IN TONSILLITIS PATIENTS OF OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF TERTIOARY CARE HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajesh Kumar Suman*, Ipseeta Ray Mohanty*, Rakesh Kumar**, Y A Deshmkh* Objective: The present Study was undertaken to evaluates the baseline data on Drugs used in acute tonsillitis. Method: Questionnaires based Performa was specifically designed to collect the prescribing information from ENT Out patients. The performa contain Demographic data of patients, Diagnosis of disease and Drug regimen.Result: A total 110 prescriptions of patients were analysed who had confirmed diagnosis of Tonsililitis from ENT OPD Department. Maximum patients were patients were of the age group between 1 10 yr (39.09%). Incidence male(55%) were higher than female(45%). The total 495 drug were prescribed. Average drug per prescription was 4.95. Mong total 495, 110(22.22%) antibiotic were prescribed. Most common antibiotic prescribed were Combination of Amoxicillin + Clavulinic Acid (43.63%) followed by Amoxicillin+Cloxacillin(25.45%) etc. The common drug prescribed was Antiinfective: Bitadine gargle (25.97%), followed by Multivitamin (25.97%), Analgesic: Diclofenac (24.6%), etc. Among 110 patients, only 15 patients were sent For Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern Testing. Common Organism isolated were Streptococcus, Pseudomonas, and Klabsiella sp. Conclusion: The present study showed most common drug prescribed were Anti-infective gargle, Analgesic, Multivitamin and Amoxicillin +Clavulinic acid combination of antibiotic. Prescribed by brand name is still matter of concern.
ANALYSES OF THE VOLATILE OIL CONSTITUENTS OF LANDOLPHIA OWARIENSIS P. BEAUV published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Sonia Saini The volatile oil, obtained by hydrodistillation of the leaves of Landolphia owariensis P. Beauv using Clavenger type apparatus, was analysed for its constituents GC-MS method. The examined material contained 0.08%v/w of essential oil. A total of 34 compounds were identified in the essential oil, accounting for 92.93% of the oil composition. The main components of the essential oil were pentadecanal (13.63%), 1-dodecanol (6.32%), tetradecanol (5.83%), hexadecatrienal (5.62%), squalene (4.63%), β-ionone (3.25%), α- ionone (2.38%), supraene (3.01%), α-farnesene (3%), carophyllene oxide (2%) and -spathulenol (1.78%). This is the first report on the volatile constituents from the leaves of Landolphia owariensis.
Stem Cell: Pluripotent Cell or Reserve cell? published in

Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology

Published by Innovative Publication
Dr. Brijendra Singh and Dr. Meenakshi Chowdhary Stem cells have the remarkable properties of developing into a variety of cell types in the human body. Two basic characteristics of stem pluripotent cells are their capacity for self-renewal and multi lineage differentiation. Since then, some advances have been made towards understanding the basic biology of stemness and their differentiation into different cell lineages, but harnessing of their promised potential to usher in the era of regenerative medicine is still a long way to go. The medical community is now researching and developing the ability to use stem cells in the battle against many types of cancer. It has been shown that the transplant of stem cells into cancerous regions of the body results in the formation of cells that target and attach themselves to the cancerous cells and can trigger cell death, eventually reducing the number of cancer cells and size of the tumor as the process repeats many times. This review is aimed at revisiting classification of stem cell with enlightment in newer concepts and ongoing related controversies.
Manipulation of Zooplankton as Bio-Indicators of Water Quality at Borna [Chandapur] Dam Near Parli. V. Dist. Beed Maharashtra, India. published in

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Dr. Raut Kakasaheb Sitaram, Dr. Shembekar V. S The currentintellectdeal with assessment of vital Physico-chemical parameters and Zooplankton diversity correlated with the pollution status of Borna Prakalpa at Chandapur near Parli .v. town Dist. Beed resided between 180 51-0 North latitude and 760 27-0 East longitude in Marathwada region [M.S] India [Asian continent]. The work was undertaken to investigate importantwater body near Parli .v. the imperative parameters were analyzed every month during February 2010 January 2011. For this three different sampling stations were selected at Borna Prakapa as station CH1,CH2,CH3 .The results construed that in the different months showed fluctuations in physicochemical parameters imitate accordingly to the seasons, climate and the pollution load over the scrutinize water body. The present work was correlated with the zooplankton diversity and pollution indicator species used as bio-indicators to assess the water quality of the Borna dam. The Bio- indicator zooplanktonspeciesfrom three (3) stations of the dam were recorded, with the pollution indicator index species listed by IAAB , Bilgami K. S. and Sldecek pollution indicator species. A total of 22 genera were recorded out of 10 Rotifers 8 were Bio- indicaor, from 4 Cladocera 4 were Bio - indicator, out of 6 Copepods 6 were Bio- indicator, and 1 Ostracoda being the Bio- indicator. For knowing the quality of water samples the total score of stations were recorded 19 indicator species out of 22 were found which helped to know the high degree of organic pollution at the Borna dam. The species given by IAAB , Bilgami K. S. and Sldecek pollution indicator index.
Current Scenario of Hrd in Reliance Industries Limited published in

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Dr. Arun Damodaryeole Introduction:- Human Resource Development (HRD) have become buzzword in India. HRD encourages creativity; it aims at providing opportunities to employee for realizing their talent potential. HRD is basically concerned with improving the overall quality of life of an employee and not just improvement in his work. HRD includes all aspects of competence, commitment and culture building. HRD is treated as the soul of the HR function. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is among the top ten private players in the refining business globally. Objectives of the study:- a)To find out literature of review and significance of HRD. b) To study the Movement of HRD in Indian Corporate Sector. c) To show the RIL at a Glance. d) To study the current scenario of HRD in RIL -Workforce Strength ,HR Transformation ,Talent Pipeline ,Learning &Development ,Training& Human Rights. Conclusion:- The HRD tools if effectively used can create a conductive HRD culture and HRD learning processes. The HRD outcomes can influence the organizations business goals, which may be in terms of higher productivity, cost reduction, more profits, better image and more satisfied customers with stake holders. Finally conclude the focus is on the effective utilization of HRs which empowers employees and makes them excel in their jobs for the benefits of the organizations.
Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Retention of IT Professionals published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pavithra. P | Dr. V. M. Anitha Rajathi Human resources are the source of revenue of all types of an organization. The major challenge that organizations are facing today is not only managing these resources but also retaining them. Securing and retaining experienced employees plays an important task in any organization, because employees acquaintance and skills are vital to companies ability to be competitive cost-effectively. This paper focusing on employee satisfaction can positively impact the organization as it increases the productivity, performance, quality of work, profits & dedication to the organization, reduced turnover, superior attendance. Thus, this paper seeks to look at the impact of job satisfaction on employee retention of information technology professionals specifically the software engineers. Pavithra. P | Dr. V. M. Anitha Rajathi"Impact of Job Satisfaction on Employee Retention of IT Professionals" 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/ijtsrd10884.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/management-development/10884/impact-of-job-satisfaction-on-employee-retention-of-it-professionals/pavithra-p
Impact of Mid day Meal Programme in India: A review published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
LALITA VERMA Mid Day Meal in schools has had a long history in India. The Midday Meal Scheme in India is the largest school meal programme in the world, covering an estimated 139 million children. The Midday Meal Scheme has bold objectives: it aims to enhance enrolment, retention and attendance among primary school children while simultaneously improving their nutritional levels.
Tinapay Festival: Potential Tourist Attraction in Batangas, Philippines published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
DR. DEXTER R. BUTED This study was conducted to assess the Tinapay (bread) Festival in Cuenca, Batangas. Specifically, this research determined the development strategies of community-based tourism in terms of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling; evaluated the effects of development of community-based tourism Tinapay Festival in Cuenca; proposed an action plan in promoting tourism in Cuenca. The study used descriptive method with the survey questionnaire as data gathering instrument which was administered among 100 respondents. The results of the study revealed that the respondents agreed that in order to achieve the success of the Tinapay Festival, there must be careful planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Most of the respondents are 60 government officials and 40 locales who agreed that the community involved and the committee in charge proved their incomparable teamwork which made the Tinapay Festival successful. They developed great teamwork through fair distribution of task resulting to respect and trust of the residents.
ANALYSIS OF CONSTRUCTIVE FEATURES ANODE FOR PLATING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Aliya Rifovna Ishkulova In the article analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of the basic types anodes used for plating.
Agricultural Drone using IoT published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sruthi Krishna. U | Dr. Anil G. N The use of drones in agriculture is in trend now. The use of pesticides and composts in farming zones is of prime significance for yields. The utilization of agricultural drones is winding up progressively basic in doing this undertaking fundamentally in light of its speed and adequacy in the showering task. Be that as it may, a few variables may lessen the yield, or even reason harm (e.g. trim zones not shrouded in the splashing procedure, covering showering of product regions, applying pesticides on the external edge of the yield). Climatic conditions, for example, the force and bearing of the breeze while showering add assist multifaceted nature to the control issue. In this paper, we portray an engineering in view of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) which can be utilized to actualize a control circle for field applications where UAVs are in charge of showering pesticides on crops. The way toward applying the synthetic compounds is controlled by methods for the input acquired from the remote sensor arrange (WSN) sent on the harvest field. The point of this arrangement is to help short deferrals in the control circle with the goal that the showering UAV can process the data from the sensors. Sruthi Krishna. U | Dr. Anil G. N"Agricultural Drone using IoT" 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/ijtsrd14491.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/14491/agricultural-drone-using-iot/sruthi-krishna-u
ENHANCING A FRAMEWORK FOR E-LEARNING SYSTEM USING ONTOLOGY AND FUZZY TREE MATCHING published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Shubhangi S. Tambe, Prof. Ganesh V. Kadam E- learning systems are becoming increasingly popular in educational establishments due to the development of web-based information and communication technologies. Most of the fact that many of the recommendation system are providing recommendation for the fired query. But very few are recommending by having continuous stream of exercises for the user to guide them properly. E-learning is being developed to allow educators to assess on-line learning activities. Most data mining algorithms require specific parameters and threshold values to tune the process of discovery, the web usage mining applications of users in the context of e-learning, educators and elearning site designers. To enhance the process of the recommendation in E learning sector proposed system provides a better way of managing the users query to narrow down the student option to help to select his best course using fuzzy logic which powered with ontology and Tree hierarchy. So proposed methodology put forwards an idea of E learning system by M tree hierarchy which is powered with ontology for semantic relationship by using fuzzy logic.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR NEBIVOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE IN BULK DRUG USING MIXED HYDROTROPIC SOLUBILISATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Pallavi A. Patil, Sapana U.Ingle, Vaishali C. Kulkarni, Sheetal V. Patil, Poonam A. Salunke, Rupali S. Wagh An analytical method for the validation of NEBIVOLOL HYDROCHLORIDE by UV spectrophotometry using hydrotropic sol ubilization is described. An attempt was made to preclude the use of corrosive organic solvents by the use of 6M Urea, 25% citric acid & 1% Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS). The developed method has the measurement of absorptivity at 282 nm (absorption maximum of Nebivolol HCL). The method is simple, fast and accurate and has been applied successfully for the validation of Nebivolol HCL in pharmaceutical dosage forms. Accuracy was determined by recovery studies from marketed formulation and Ranges From 99.22 100.07 %. Precision of method was find out as repeatability, Day To Day and Analyst To Analyst variation and shows the values within acceptable limit.
An Approach to an Emerging Classification Method for Large Dataset in Clustering published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Kathiresan V, Dr. P Sumathi? Clustering analysis is used to explore the classification for large dataset and Canberra distance is generalized so that it can process the data with categorical attributes. Based on the generalized Canberra distance definition, an instance of constraint-based clustering is introduced [1]. Meanwhile, the nearest neighbor classification is improved. Class-labeled clusters are regarded as classifying models used for classifying data. The proposed classification method can discover the data of big difference from the instances in training data, which may mean a new data type. The generalize Canberra distance for continuous numerical attributes data to mixed attributes data, and use clustering analysis technique to squash existing instances, improve the classical nearest neighbor classification method.
Stress and Well-Being in Menopausal and Post-Menopausal Working and Non-Working Women published in

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Supriya Srivastava,Dr. Kamini C. Tanwar Clinically speaking menopause is a date; for those women who still have a uterus, menopause is defined as the day after a womans final period finishes. This date is fixed retrospectively, once twelve months have gone by with no menstrual flow at all, at this point a woman is considered to be a year into post menopause and infertile. Aim of the present research paper is to explore the difference between stress and wellbeing of menopausal and post-menopausal working and non-working women. For this purpose the sample of 120 women (30 menopausal working, 30 menopausal non-working, 30 post-menopausal working and 30 post-menopausal non-working) were selected through purposive method of sampling. Perceived stress scale-10 and PGI General Well Being Questionnaire was administered in order to measure the stress and well-being of the sample. The results overall indicate comparatively better well-being and low stress levels in working menopausal as well as post-menopausal women.
Address Generator for High Performance Wimaxdeinterleaver published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
AmalDas GH The main aim of this project is to generate the address generation circuitry of Deinterleaver used in the WiMAXtransreceiver using the Xilinx Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA). The floor function associated with the implementation of FPGA is very difficult in IEEE 802.16e standard. So we eliminate the requirement of floor function by using a simple mathematical algorithm. Some modulations like QPSK, 16-QAM and 64-QAM along with its code rates make our approach to be novel and high efficient.
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION ON THE SALES AT ARINGNAR ANNA SUGARS, THANJAVUR published in

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T. Ananthan, Dr. K. V. R. Rajandran ?e sales force can be both a rich source of market intelligence and a key vehicle for implementing marketing strategy historically in many organisations. the sales function operated in tactical isolation from marketing strategy increasingly companies are exploring the advantages of integrating sales with marketing an approach which has been positively linked with improvements in business performance this study explores a specific aspect of the connection between sales and marketing integration and better performanc
Relationship Among Emotional Intelligence, Spiritual Intelligence and Psychological Resilience of Corporate Executives in India published in

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T. Ravikumar, Dr. V. Dhamodharan The study is designed to find out and analyze emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence and psychological resilience behavior of corporate executives in India. Corporate executives face lot of business pressure as well as family pressure. It is essential to investigate how do corporate executives bounce back to their normal business and succeed in their professions tackling business and family pressures and to study about role of emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence in resilience behavior of corporate executives. The study employed survey method of data collection using structured questionnaire. According to Krejcie and Morgan (1970), the minimum number of sample size was determined as 321 employees. The study has employed regression analysis to find out role of emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence in resilience behavior of corporate executives.
Effects of Location x Cultivars Interaction on Crude Protein and Mineral Contents in Sainfoin published in

Journal of International Environmental Application & Science

Published by Journal of International Environmental Application & Science
Abdullah Özköse The relatively little information is available in the literature on their mineral concentrations and especially on micro elements of sainfoin hay in Central Anatolia, as in the rest of the world. Therefore, the aim of the study was to determine protein, macro and micro element contents in herbage of some sainfoin cultivars (Peschanyj, local population and Ozerbey-2003) grown in Central Anatolia. This study was carried out in Ankara and Konya provinces, during 2006 and 2007 years. The experiment was designed according to randomized complete block design with four replications. It was found significant differences for location × cultivar interaction with regard to many investigated traits. Crude protein ratio, micro and macro elements such as K, P, Mg, Ca, Na, Mn, Fe, Zn, Cu, Mo, Cu, Cr, Al, Pb and Ni contents were analysed in sainfoin dry weight. The research result showed that protein content of sainfoin hays ranged 10.88 to 12.69 %. Its macro element contents ranged 1.23 to 2.29 g kg–1 for P, 24.00 to 31.12 g kg–1 for K, 3.70 to 6.61 g kg–1 for Mg, 4.08 to 11.89 g kg–1 for Ca, whereas micro element contents ranged 15.10 to 38.25 mg kg–1 for Mn, 41.28 to 116.52 mg kg–1 for Fe, 19.50 to 40.97 mg kg–1 Zn, 3.48 to 6.65 mg kg–1 for Cu, 0.55 to 1.47 mg kg–1 for Cr, 25.75 to 41.52 mg kg–1 for Al, 0.32 to 0.80 mg kg–1 for Pb, 0.40 to 1.17 mg kg–1 for Ni. In conclusion, due to the fact that location × cultivar interaction was found significant, we suggest that the appropriate cultivars should be determined to each region. Keywords: forage crops, macro, micro element, nutritive value, Onobrychis sativa
Thirty-seven amino acids and three related nitrogen compounds in human seminal plasma: multivariate analyses reveal strong correlations among asparagine, glutamine, and ammonia with sperm parameters published in

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Masatoki Katayama, Satoru Kaneko, Takahiro Tsukimura, Kiyoshi Takamatsu, Tadayasu Togawa We assessed the relationship of 40 amino acids and nitrogen compounds in human seminal plasma with three sperm parameters concentration, motility, and morphology. The amino acid content of seminal plasma was different from serum, for example, Sar and ?-Ala at very low levels. In particular, Asn and Gln were found at levels below 1/20th of those of Asp and Glu, the opposite relationship in serum. Using ANOVA, we revealed significant differences in Asp, Glu, Gln, ?-ABA, NH3 , and Car. Next, we conducted a regression analysis and found that Asp, NH3 , ?-ABA, and Orn were highly correlated with sperm parameters. Gln and HCys showed negative correlations. Asp, Asn, Glu, Gln, and Orn showed correlations with NH3 , and were extracted by principal component analysis. The findings suggest that amino acids and sperm concentration could be used for diagnostic purposes, in particular amino acids related to NH3 metabolism, Asn, Gln, and NH3 .
Une perspective smantique intgraliste sur linterfrence texte-musique dans le cas du thtre musical published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Mirona BENCE-MUK The present article focuses its investigation on the place of direct and private interference of the literary text with mu100sic, being consequently dedicated to the semantic-integralist analysis reguarding a complete cultural-artistic object which is the musical theatre. Our approach follows the same evolution of the metaphorical dynamics, identified initially in the libretto Cos fan tutte, outlining a parallel with the metaphoric dynamics of the musical discourse, by using the same strategies: dia-endo-epi-phorics. Thus, our aim is to approach the integralist theses oriented, up to the present time, only towards the literary text, to another universe of cultural and artistic creation: the musical theatre. These correspondences refer to the existence of particular metaphoric strategies within the musical discourse, collaborating from the same position with the above mentioned strategies, presented in the text of the libretto in order to enhance the mystery and to articulate the metaphorical meaning existent in the final artistic text: libretto accompanied by the musical discourse.
Obturator for Cleft Palate A Case Report published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Nalam Sai Gautam, M Sridhar. Background: Cleft lip and palate is associated constellation of problems that need to be solved for successful habilitation. Neonates with a cleft palate have difficulty in eating which may lead to failure to thrive. One of the immediate problems to be addressed in newborn is difficulty in feeding. Obturators are fabricated to overcome such problems in infants. The obturator prevents the tongue from entering the defect and interfering with the spontaneous growth of palatal shelves towards the midline. It also helps to position the tongue in correct position to perform its functional role in the development of jaws and contributes to speech development. A case of 1month old infant with cleft palate for whom obturator was made is presented here.
Construction management practices for demolition and renovation of structure in south-west region of Bangladesh: A Case Study published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
M. Jobaer Hasan, M. Yeasin Mostafiz, M. J. Hossain Demolition is the tearing down of buildings and other structures for the beneficial purposes. Here the word management refers to coordinated works of demolition and renovation works with respect to time frame. The main objective of construction management is the cost effectiveness in conjunction with safety measures during construction. A good number of buildings, structures in south-western region of Bangladesh were damaged due to environmental effects, such as - salinity, corrosion of reinforcement and soil characteristics. The important thing is that, in south-west region workers are locally available at low rate than south-east region. In this study, mainly the demolition and renovation works of roof slab and some other parts of a students dormitory (Fazlul Haque Hall) in Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET) which was damaged due to salinity and corrosion of reinforcement were analyzed by critical path method (CPM). It has found that if the contractor had applied CPM at the beginning of the project the firm could have saved at least 19 days for the work items of North block which was demolished manually. Demolition management deals with the demolition of those affected structures with reference to proper management for instant safety management, time management and cost management. In case of manual demolition, it requires more time than mechanical or explosive demolition. Moreover, it is difficult to maintain time frame because concrete strength is not same in each and every section so it is difficult to predict required time to demolish the structure.
Exploring the distribution pattern of rural labour migration and its impact on agriculture published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. SAHA AND M. M. ADHIKARY The study was conducted in villages namely Chengerkuthi Khalisamari, Choto Khalisamari Jatamari of Coochbehar district of West Bengal to identify the distributional pattern of different types of rural migration and its effects on rural agriculture. The finding of the study indicates that, due to high remunerative and regularity of income the youth and middle age group are more attracted for migration, as a results of it labour crisis becomes an emerging problem of agricultural sector. These consequences results for increasing numbers of farm child labour. Less land-human ratio and high cost of cultivation repeals the rural population towards the bright street light of industrialized urban culture. Due to transformational change of occupation (from monolithic agriculture to versatile urbanized job opportunity) rural-urban type migration is most dominating. The tremendous influx of rural labour migration process radically affects the choice of cropping pattern, investment for agriculture and farm activities, labour sharing pattern of farm ecology. Level of women employment has increased on migrant households, particularly on poor households; however, work load of women has also increased.
Carica Papaya - A Potential Host Of Philosamia Ricini Eri Silkworm Under Western Maharashtra Condition published in

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KAVANE R.P. An attempt was made to rear the eri silkworm, Philosamia ricini on the leaves of Carica papaya as a primary food for the first time in India and reared under laboratory condition. It was observed that the papaya is a potential host of eri silkworm. The growth parameters and cocoon characters of the eri silkworm reared on papaya leaves were normal. The eri silkworm successfully lasted its life cycle ranged from 47 to 53 days. The effective rate of rearing, weight of pre-spinning larvae, cocoon, shell and pupae ranged from 45 to 55 per cent, 6.10 to 7 g, 2.49 to 2.70 g, 0.30 to 0.32 g, 2.10 to 2.60g, respectively. Parameters such as length of cocoon shell, width of shell, shell thickness etc. The fecundity ranged from 350 to 415 eggs.
Dietary Habits as A Determinant of Physical, Mental and Spiritual Health of Higher Secondary Students published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Pooja Rajput, Kratikakumari, Ranjeet Kaur Satsangi The present study aims to investigate dietary habits as a determinant of Physical, Mental and Spiritual health of higher secondary students. For this purpose, a total sample of 100 students (including both vegetarian and non- vegetarian) was drawn from purposively selected school at Agra. Researcher used C.M.I. Health questionnaire, Mental Health Inventory, Spiritual well-being scale as a tool for data collection. Result showed that value of critical ratio for physical health, mental health and spiritual health of vegetarian and non-vegetarian students were 2.56, 2.62 and 2.01, respectively at .05 level of significance. This C. R. value exhibited a significant difference between vegetarian and non-vegetarian students in respect to Physical, Mental and Spiritual health. Thus, it can be concluded that dietary habits of vegetarian students is significantly better than non-vegetarians in overall health dimensions i.e. Physical health, Mental health and Spiritual health.
A RECONFIGURABLE SMART SENSOR INTERFACE FOR WEATHER MONITORING WITH IOT ENVIRONMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M. Sowjanya*, MD Ameenuddin Internet of things (IoT) is a network of devices with local intelligence (sensors, lights, gas pumps), which share access & control mechanisms to push and pull status and command information from the networked world. In this paper, a system is proposed for monitoring the weather changes in the environment. This project is about to collect the data from environment and is displayed on the webpage using wireless networks.
PENGARUH PERJANJIAN INTERNASIONAL TERHADAP PERUBAHAN-PERUBAHAN KUHP BERKAITAN DENGAN TINDAK PIDANA AERIAL HIJACKING published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ruby Hadiati Johny International Agreement is very important for growth of national law, especially national criminal law. International Agreement as one of legal source can give information about growth at national law that carried out bilateral conventions and multilateral. The growth of Criminal law in Indonesia is influenced by many growths of international society. This influence is progressively with existence of globalization that affecting at changes of behavior which outwardly shift in law orders. Globalization era have supported by information technology, transportation and communications. One of fast transportation is plane. ICAO as world organization that concern in problem of air transportation said that this transportation is gristle with danger by people with various motifs. Conventions that carried out by ICAO such as Convention of Tokyo year 1963, Convention of Hague year 1970, Convention of Montreal year 1971 that influenced at KUHP after Indonesia have applicator this application can see in Law No. 4 Year 1976 that concerning Hijacking. Kata kunci: Perjanjian Internasional sangat berpengaruh terhadap perubahan hukum pidana khususnya KUHP
EFFECTS OF REPEATED ADMINISTRATION OF CHROMOLAENA ODORATA ON SELECTED KIDNEY FUNCTIONS PARAMETERS OF WISTAR RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nwachukwu Francis Chukwuedozie* The uneducated indiscriminate increase in herbal usage in complementary and alternative medicines, for the treatment of various diseases may in part contribute to rapid increase in kidney disease around the globe, equally economic and cultural factors associated with these practices are also contributing factor. The present study was conducted to evaluate the effects of crude aqueous extracts of Chromolaena odorata on kidney function parameters. In the study, the rats received repeated dose of 20mg/kg body weight, daily. The kidney function parameters were estimated four days after administration. The results shows that in urea and creatinine, concentration there was definite patterned increase, up to 9 day after administration, and upsurge on 13th day after administration and each result is significantly different from the 13th day after administration (P<0.05a). Creatinine concentration was significantly different from the control (day 0) at P P<0.05, in the entire estimate. Sodium and Chloride ion concentrations decrease from the control and increase on the 13th day after administration. Potassium ion concentration increases from control. Sodium ion concentration was significantly different from the normal at P<0. 05. Potassium and Chloride ion were significantly different (P<0.05), from the control on (9th and 13th) and (5th and 9th) day after administration respectively. Albumin was not significant from normal. From the result, it is glaring that there was some degree of kidney impairment but insufficient to include nephrotic syndrome as the albumin level showed no significant changes.
The Study of Service Innovation Model in Aging Industry - Market Creating View published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Li-Min Chuang, Cheng-Chung Yeh The aging service industry has grown rapidly in the economic system. In the era of global competition, a service innovation application in the aging industry is still inadequate. In this study, we explore the literature to build the multivariate indicators in measurement model. We use the confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) to exam each construct, and also apply fuzzy AHP method (Fuzzy analytic hierarchy process, FAHP) to weigh each indicator. An FAHP analysis indicates indicator of service attitude, customers’ database, development of innovative services, and product development perspectives would be the most important priorities among all the alternatives. In the study, we suggest develop new business model to create new market value with training professionalsin Taiwan aging industry.
Cytotoxic and Anti Influenza Activity 0f Silver Nanoparticles from Withania Somnifera published in

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V. N. Magare, Charuu P. Kulkarnii, Chandra B. Maurya, R. C. Patil, Sandesh S. Mandavkar Silver nanoparticles have been used in a wide range of products, most importantly as antimicrobial agents. Silver nanoparticles are also used in hygienic products including water purification systems, linings of washing machine, dishwashers, refrigerators, and toilet seats. The present study reports the synthesis of silver nanoparticles from fresh leaves of Withania somnifera using a chemical method. After successful synthesis and characterization, these Ag-NPs were evaluated for their anti-influenza potential. Silver nanoparticles synthesized using Withania somnifera in the current study showed promising anti-influenza activity
Shunt Active Power Filter with Hysteresis Current Control for three Phase Ac-Dc Converter published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
J. N. Pandya This paper represents the simulation of Shunt Active Power Filter(SAPF) based on p-q theory and using hysteresis current control to obtain the gating signals for three phase ac-dc converter. The proposed active power filter is employed to reduce the current Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) drawn by the non-linear load and compensate the reactive power. The PI controller is employed to reduce the ripple voltage of the dc capacitor of the inverter. Simulation of a shunt active power filter is done in PSIM software. Simulation results have been obtained, FFT analysis of source current and load current is also presented and Total harmonic distortion of source current is calculated before and after compensation and THD of the source current after compensation is below 5% which is in permissible limit imposed by IEEE-519 standard.
GENERALIZED GENERAL RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM STATIC FIELD EQUATION AND QUANTIZATION OF ENERGY EQUATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mubarak Dirar Abdallah*, Omnia Ali ElHussein, Sawsan Ahmed Elhouri Ahmed The Hamiltonian and the momentum for full spherical coordinates are related to each of her. Using conventional particle wave duality, a relativistic quantum equation based on energy momentum tensor of generalized general relativity was derived. The solution shows that the energy and angular momentum are quantized. It also predicts graviton and gravity wave existence.
STUDY OF MODULUS OF ELASTICITY PROPERTIES IN TERMS TENSION AND COMPRESSION MODE BY REINFORCEMENT OF CALCIUM CARBONATE IN DIFFERENT RATIO IN HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pratibha Gupta*, M.D. Choudary Modulus of Elasticity - is a measure of stiffness of an elastic material. It is used to describe the elastic properties of objects like wires, rods or columns when they are stretched or compressed. Rate of change of strain as a function of stress. The slope of the straight line portion of a stress strain diagram. Tangent modulus of elasticity is the slope of the stress - strain diagram at any point. In present experiment Particular size of calcium carbonate is reinforced in high d ensity polyethylene (HDPE) in different weight ratio .The objective of present experiment to study the tensile properties and Impact properties of reinforced blended material as compare to neat material.
A Comparative Study on Grid Computing and Cloud Computing published in

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Shraddha Soni Grid and Cloud computing are new paradigms useful in heavy workload processing. Grid computing works as a grid of computing nodes in a manner like electricity grid. Cloud computing is providing on demand elastic computing resources usually on a pay per basis. There are so many situations where grid computing and/or cloud computing can be used. This paper surveys both grid computing and cloud computing and will be useful for researchers, students, and commercial users.
Signs and Symptoms of Varicose Veins Among Security Guards published in

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Kakani Renitha, Shashidhara Yn, Malathi G Nayak Introduction: The people who are involved with prolonged sitting or standing in their day to day activities tend to have an increased risk for varicose veins. The objective of the study was to identify the symptoms of varicose veins among security guards. Methods: A cross sectional study was done among 150 security guards working in Udupi district with a minimum one year of service as security guard was included in the study. Samples were selected by systematic random sampling. Interview and observational method was used to identify the symptoms. Results: Out of 150 security guards, 6% (9) had pain in the legs always, 7.3% (11) had burning sensation, 15.3% (23) had ankle swelling, 11.3% (17) had heavy feeling in legs, 18.7% (28) had skin discoloration in the legs, 20% (30) had the change in skin integrity, 9.3% (14) had the feeling of pain though the remedial measures are taken, 10% (15) had the feeling of pain worsening, 13.3% (20) had the itching around one or more veins, 16.7% (25) had ulcer, 19.3% (29) had eczema, 14.7 % (22) had tingling sensation always. Conclusion: The present study aimed at identifying the symptoms of varicose veins among the security guards. According to the findings of the study, security guards are vulnerable for varicose veins, influenced by the factors like hours of work, BMI, alcohol consumption.
Property of Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells and Peripheral Blood Hematopoietic Stem Cells That Differentiated Both Group to Cardiac Cells published in

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Farzaneh Jabari1*, Javad Mohammadnejad2, Kamal Yavari3 Dental pulp is the soft live tissue inside a tooth. Dental pulp contains stem cells known as Dental Pulp Stem Cells. The finest Dental Pulp Stem Cells are found in a baby teeth or milk teeth. The stem cells from the milk teeth are mesenchymal type of cells. Cells that have the ability to generate a wide variety of cell types like chondrocytes, osteoblasts and adipocytes. To isolate high-quality human dental pulp stem cells from accessible resources is an important goal for stem-cell research. In this study we found that exfoliated human deciduous tooth contains multipotent stem cells, they identified to be a population of highly proliferative clonogenic cells. Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) are the blood cells that give rise to all the other blood cells. HSCs are found in the bone marrow of adults, with large quantities in the pelvis, femur and they are also found in umbilical cord blood and in small numbers in blood. In this study we differentiated stem cells that isolated from human dental pulp and peripheral blood to cardiac cells. The isolation process for dental pulp stem cells would take place in 2 different methods: The enzymatic digestion method and, the second method is a subsidiary one. For isolating the stem cells from peripheral blood we use ficoll method. Flow cytometery analyzes showed that dental pulp stem cells are mesanchymal and peripheral blood cells are hematopoietic stem cells. Bothe group of stem cells can differentiation to cardiac cells. Dental pulp stem cells are mesanchymal cells and peripheral blood cells are hematopoietic cells. For differentiation the cells to cardiomyocite we used 5-azacitidin and exitocin. After differentiation stem cells to cardiac cells, dental pulp stem cells and peripheral blood stem cells morphology was changed, before differentiation to cardiac cells, both group were elongated and after differentiated to cardiomyocit they have central typical nuclear and were stratified they expanded cytoplasmic papillae.
A REVIEW ON CURRENT TECHNIQUES OF TRIANGULATION OF IMAGE POINTS FROM TWO IMAGE FRAMES FOR 3 - D MODERNIZATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harsimarpreet Kaur*, D r. Raman Chadha Obstacle detection is a main key of autonomous vehicles. When communicating with huge robots in unstructured background, resilient obstacle detecti on is required. Few of the existing methods are mainly suited for the backgrounds in which the ground is comparatively flat and with roughly the same color throughout the terrain. A novel procedure proposed in the work presented here uses a monocular camer a, for real - time performance. We compute the homographic between two successive frames by computing the fundamental matrix between the two frames. Estimation of fundamental matrix is followed by triangulation so as to estimate the distance of the object fr om the camera. We examine a difficulty intrinsic to any fundamental matrix - based outlook to the provided task, and show how the discussed way can resolve this difficulty by a huge level. An obstacle detection and distance estimation system based on visual particular attribute and stereo vision is hence discussed in the presented work.
Evaluation of Drill Generated Acoustic Trauma on the Non-Operated Ear Following Mastoid Surgery published in

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Dr. B. V. Chandre Gowda, Dr. Amrita Suzanne Mathew Objectives:To evaluate the effect of mastoid drilling on hearing in the contralateral normal ear and to determine the nature and duration of hearing loss. Materials and methods:60 consenting adults,aged 18-50years,with unilateral squamosal chronic otitis media with contralateral normal hearing preoperatively,undergoing modified radical mastoidectomy(MRM),were included in a prospective observational study.Clinical evaluation,pure tone audiometry(PTA)and relevant investigations were done.Postoperatively,patients underwent PTA on days 1,3,5,7 and 1,3,6months. Results:Mean age was 31.473.38 years.Preoperative mean bone conduction(BC) threshold was 8.51.9 dB.Mean drilling time was 44.5310.02 minutes.Postoperatively,high frequency sensorineural hearing loss(SNHL) was noted in the nonoperated ear in 79%,23%,9% and 2% of patients on days 1(p<0.001),3,5 and 7 respectively,with mean BC thresholds of 35.5817.83 dB,17.4611.13 dB,13.619.02 dB and 9.014.17dB respectively.100% of patients had normal hearing at 1,3 and 6 months. Conclusion: Drill induced noise during mastoidectomy causes temporary high frequency SNHL in the nonoperated ear due to transcranial conduction of vibration
An Exploratory Study of Factors on Intention-to-Buy Dietary Supplements published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Wenting Zhu, Esther Ling-Yee Li Riding on megatrends of aging population, increasing work stress and growing health awareness, dietary supplement market has been growing over time. To capture the involved business opportunities, additional studies on marketing of health-related products including dietary supplements (DS) are called for. Anchored in the theory of planned behavior (TPB), this study has three objectives. It aimed to (1) examine the direct effect of three previously identified predictors in shaping consumer’ attitude towards DS consisting of: social norm, behavioral control, and informational influence; (2) ascertain the potential mediating effect of consumers’ attitude towards DS over the relationship between each of these predictors and consumers’ intention to buy DS; and (3) discover the possible moderating effect of consumer resources (in terms of years of DS consumption, and amount of monthly DS spending) in strengthening/weakening the consumer attitude-intention to buy pathway. The current research model has been tested by a sample of 240 regular consumers taking DS. The resultant findings revealed that consumers’ attitude towards DS not only emerged as the most salient factor affecting the intention-to-buy DS, but also intervened significantly as it partially mediated the relationship between the consumers’ intention-to-buy DS and their perceptions over social norm and behavioral control pertaining to DS. In addition, the current findings provided support to the powerful moderating effect of the years of DS consumption in strengthening the impact of perceived behavioral control on consumer attitude towards DS, and on intention to buy DS. In light of the present results, managerial and research implications were drawn.
PARENTAL COMPLIANCE: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA IN CHILDREN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anna Todorova*, Antoaneta Tsvetkova and Milen Dimitrov Modern treatment of bronchial asthma is focused on achieving and maintaining asthma control. Unfortunately, asthma is quite often poorly managed. Our surveys objective was to analyse the collaboration of parents as the participants who are primarily responsible for day-to-day adherence to asthma treatment regimen. The questionnaire-based study was carried out among parents of paediatric patients with asthma divided in two age groups: 6-12 years and 13-16 years. The survey findings indicated poor parental compliance caused by parents misunderstanding of the therapeutic goals and their fear of drug-related side effects. Achieving optimal management of paediatric asthma necessitates additional training of parents to share the responsibility for the therapeutic outcome with their children, with the medical specialists, and with the pharmacists involved in the treatment.
EFFECT OF DOMESTIC PROCESSING ON AMINO ACID COMPOSITION OF RICEBEAN (Vigna umbellata). published in

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Dr Manpreet Kaur The effect of various processing methods viz., soaking, pressure cooking, open pan cooking, germination followed by pressure cooking and roasting of whole rice bean and pressure cooking, open pan cooking and fermentation and frying of fermented batter of dehulled rice bean was assessed for its crude protein content, sulphur amino acids, tryptophan and lysine contents. Dehulling caused a significant reduction in the protein content. The maximum amino acid content in whole rice bean was found in 24 and 48h germinated legume. The highest losses were observed for cystine followed by methionine after processing. The highest content of amino acids in dehulled rice bean was found in 12 and 18h fermented batters. Based on the amino acid scores it can be concluded that germinated and fermented legumes are nutritionally superior to the pressure cooked and open pan cooked rice bean. Tryptophan and lysine were present in adequate amounts while methionine and cystine were marginally adequate.
YET ANOTHER PROOF FOR BAUDHAYANA THEOREM (PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM) OR THE DIAGONAL LENGTH IN TERMS OF PI published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
R.D. Sarva Jagannadha Reddy* There are around 370 proofs for the Pythagorean theorem. In this paper Pi of the circle demarcates a length equal to the diagonal of its superscribed square and gives value in terms of the real Pi. It is also one more proof to identify the real Pi value.
Prevalence of Depression Among Family Caregivers of Homebound Patients Enrolled in Home Healthcare Public Service in Taif, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K. Krishnakumar, S. Saranya, A. Deepa Online shopping or e-shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the internet using a web browser. Alternative names are: e-web-store, e-shop, e-store, Internet shop, web-shop, web-store, online store, online storefront and virtual store. In this, the study aim to identify how the demographic factors which influence consumer behavior while purchase though online. In additional to find out which product to mostly purchase by the online shoppers and problems faced by them. The findings of the study may be useful to the online marketer to make the online shopping made successful.
Optical Study of Polyaniline without metal doping published in

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Dr. Mahendra Kumar The Polyaniline is widely study conducting polymer due to its applications in several devices such as biosensor, Gas sensor & Solar cell. This deals with synthesis and characterization of Polyaniline. The characterization has been divided into three categories viz. transmittance by UV-Visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis-NIR V670JASCO)
Acquirers Preference on the Housing Property with Reference to Coimbatore published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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M.Jayakumar, Dr.S. Prabakar The real estate sector in India is witnessing rapid growth in the residential, commercial and industrial segments. Real estate development, once restricted to bigger cities, have shown marked progress in smaller cities and towns owing to availability of banks loans, higher earnings and improved standard of living. Due to the changing demographic profile in India, there has been a steady decline in the portion of households living in rented premises. To a certain extent, this may be attributed to rising income levels. The situation being conductive to the buyers to purchase a property for self use as they are currently staying in rented houses. Thus the study focuses on the social attributes and financial attributes of the acquirers preference on the housing property
Comparision and Relationship Between Abundance of Aquatic Insects and Water Parameters of Sagar Lake, Madhya Pradesh, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Anjana Choudhary, Janak Ahi An investigation was done to study the diversity of aquatic insect community and physico-chemical parameters in Sagar Lake, India. The aquatic insects were collected by using insects net from the study area during the month of November 2013 to October 2014. The aquatic insect community was represented by 10 species, 10 genus, 12 families and 4 orders. The most abundant order was Hemiptera, followed by Coleoptera during study period. Physico-chemical parameters studied were Temperature, pH, DO, COD, BOD, Total Alkalinity, Total Hardness, Chloride, Phosphate and Nitrate.
Statistical Models in Replicated Crossover Design in Bioequivalence Clinical Trial: Fixed Effect Model Versus Random Effect Model published in

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Sujata Suvarnapathki, Manik Khaparde In Analysis of Variance, there are two types of factors fixed effect and random effect. An appropriate type of effect is chosen depending on the context of the problem. In Fixed effect modelling, the interest lies in comparison of the specific levels e.g. Formulation or treatment for a particular drug product. In random effect modelling, the levels of the factor are drawn randomly from universe. In case of Bioequivalence studies, EMEA and US FDA differ on the view of treating subject effect. EMEA assumes subject effect as fixed whereas US FDA assumes it to be random. In this paper, three methods for statistical analysis of Pharmacokinetic parameters are compared for random effect and fixed effect model for replicated crossover design in a bioequivalence study. Conclusions: The results of the statistical analyses indicate that 90% confidence interval for the three approaches are not same. In general, Method C gives wider confidence intervals.
Identification and Analysis of the Barriers for Autonomous Car: An Interpretive Structural Modeling Approach published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Shailesh Vaidya, A. R. Singh Accidents involving passenger vehicles, trucks and busses are primarily caused due to human error. In automobile sectors, scientists and researchers have been involved to develop new technology to reduce the human effort with maximum safety. Autonomous Vehicle (A.V.) is milestone step for automobile industries. Adoptability of this technology depends upon the elimination of the various barriers in the AV’s. So there is need to identify the different barriers for successful implementation of autonomous cars. Purpose: The objective of this paper is to identify the different barriers and develop an interpretive structural model (ISM) which shows the inter-relationship of different barriers and their levels of importance. This study will help to sort out these barriers to increase the adoptability of the AV’s. Methods: Qualitative research has suggested methods that involve personal narratives and in-depth interviews. The effectiveness of such methods can be enhanced using the techniques of formal logic. The approach used for the case is a simulation of strategic group decision making process using interpretive structural modelling. In this paper, fourteen barriers have been selected from the literature. For ISM, contextual relationships among these barriers have identified with subsequent discussions with experts from academia and industry. MICMAC analysis has been also carried out for the classification of barriers based on dependence and driving power. Results and conclusion: This research shows that all barriers of autonomous car are not required the same amount of attention. There exists a group of barriers that have high driving power and low dependence, requiring maximum attention, and another group that has a high dependence but low driving power. This classification will help decision makers to focus on those variables (barriers) that are most important for the adoptability of the autonomous car.
OPTIMIZATION OF DEBT AND INVESTMENT INCOME FOR INVESTMENT PROJECT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anatoly Aleksandrovich Naumov The paper discusses the approaches to the problem of optimizing the parameters of borrowing schemes and investments in external projects for investment projects. Methods for estimating the effectiveness of such schemes are based on performance using the procedure of compounding financial flows. We propose new performance indicators for projects based on the method of detail flows (MDF). Problem is formulated for searching of optimal values for flow parameters of project.
Prevalence and Trend of Malaria Among Pregnant Mothers in Nsukka Lga of Enugu State Nigeria: Implication for Physical Fitness published in

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C.C. IGBOKWE, D.A. ANIODO, A.N. ODO The purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence rate of malaria among pregnant mothers in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State (2008-2012). Three research questions and one hypothesis guided the study. The descriptive survey of expost-facto design was adopted for the study. The population consisted of all pregnant mothers that attended health facilities in Nsukka LGA. The antenatal case folders were used. A total number of 11,094 malaria cases were found out and used for the study. The instrument for data collection was researchers designed inventory proforma. Data generated were analyzed using frequency and percentages. The Chisquare statistic was used to test the null hypothesis. The result showed that the highest prevalence rate of malaria in pregnancy was recorded in 2008 (210.1 per 1000) while the lowest prevalence rate was recorded in 2012 (147.0 per 1000); age was a factor in the prevalence of malaria among pregnant mothers; and there was a fluctuating prevalence trend of malaria among pregnant mothers for the five years. Based on these findings, the researchers recommended among others that, increased awareness campaign and intervention strategies by the roll-back malaria programme should be maintained to ensure continuous reduction of malaria among pregnant mothers.
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PREDICTION SELF-FULFILLING PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION published in

FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

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Hovorun T., Koskina D. The article deals with the problem of sex differences on job and social status has many biological and social explanations. Much of understanding of economic status differentiation begins with biologically and socially oriented studies. The first one represent the most evolutionarily differences, which stress on data explaining heterogeneous sex outcomes womens roles for housekeeping and bringing up children, mens for social and vocational activity.
Plant activator and silicon nutrient mediated resistance against powdery mildew of Black gram (Vigna mungo L. Hepper) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Parthasarathy S, Jaiganesh V Black gram is an important pulse crop grown under rainfed conditions and it is mostly affected by powdery mildew disease caused by Erysiphe polygoni. Field evaluation of plant activators, silicon nutrients and tridemorph at various levels showed that, the results of all the plant activators reduced the powdery mildew disease incidence over control. Among them, resistance inducing plant activators viz., salicylic acid at 50ppm was the most effective (6.10%) in reducing the powdery mildew incidence followed by plots sprayed with acetyl salicylic acid at 50ppm level (7.55%). Silicon nutrient treatments like sodium silicate at 1.0 per cent level was the most effective (5.21%) as compared to 32.40 per cent observed in control. In general, Salicylic acid 50ppm sprayed plots recorded maximum black gram pod yield and minimum disease incidence compared to test fungicide and untreated control.
A CLINICAL STUDY OF BLUNT INJURY ABDOMEN published in

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Dr.Vudutha Srihari, Dr.Janga Jayaram, Dr.S.Sabira blunt injury abdomen is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in all age groups. A total of 120 cases of blunt abdominal trauma were studied in the present study in our institute for period of 2 years. In this study commonest cause for blunt abdominal trauma was road traffic accidents. The maximum incidence was noted in the 20-30years of age group. 80% male patients were injured due to blunt trauma. The commonest presenting complaint was pain abdomen. Tenderness was the commonest sign. Liver was the common organ involved in this study. Ultra sound was the best investigation in this study. FAST was more useful in blunt trauma patients who are unstable. X ray revealed 100% advantage in hollow viscus perforation in blunt trauma patients in this study. Common mode of treatment opted was surgery. Wound infection was the common complication after surgery for blunt trauma patients. Septicemia was the commonest cause of death in this study.
Examining the Strength and Direction of Association between Wheat Crop Productivity Status and Soil Nutrient Deficiency: A Non Parametric Analysis of Selected Districts of Punjab published in

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Tanvi Kiran Since crop productivity status of a given area is contingent upon the presence of soil nutrient deficiency, therefore the present study examines the strength and direction of association between wheat crop productivity status of districts of Punjab and soil nutrient deficiency using non parametric statistical measures of Pearsons chi-square, Cramers V and Kendalls tau-b. The results validated the existence of significant moderate negative relationship between wheat productivity status and the deficiencies of potassium, zinc and boron. The findings confirmed that low wheat productivity of a district is significantly related with presence of high amount of soil nutrient deficiency and vice versa, which reflects the presence of significant negative association between wheat productivity status of a district and soil nutrient deficiency. Both remedial and preventive agricultural measures should be undertaken so as to reduce and overcome soil nutrient deficiencies and achieve high wheat productivity status.
AUTOMATED WATER DISTRIBUTION AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING SYSTEM USING FPGA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof.A.R.Patil*, Prof. R. N. Rathod Enormous growth of residential areas has lead to over demand of water to fulfill daily activities. Without daily water nothing happens in any kind of environment. Importance of water is realized only when it is not available. People utilize water for different purposes and consume them by many ways. But there are lots of issues which arise when they consume in large amount. That is termed as water theft. It leads to scarcity of water in some areas. Among a particular water distribution unit problem arises between consuming units because of water theft. Also many problems occur when supplied water is in lack of quality because of leakage in pipelines or by contamination because of harmful organisms. To overcome those issues proposed system consists of flow monitoring system, quality assurance system and automated supply system. Such a combine system is capable of predicting flow of water, issuable of water with appreciable quality and automatic supply of water. It can be done by employing sensors such as flow sensors and pH sensors. Automatic supply acts as solution for the need of experienced operators and wastage of water during supply
Six Sigma DMAIC for Shaking Stagnant Construction Cultures – A Conceptual Perspective published in

Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

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Ahmad A Mousa* Cultural barrier is always perceived as the prime challenge for modernizing idle construction markets. Unsurprisingly, most changes in construction hinge on understanding the benefits of sustainable transformation. Persistent attempts in stagnant construction cultures have materialized in some noted changes. Successful sustainable transformation in such economies appears to be chiefly impeded at the execution level. The Kotter’s model for change is globally accepted approach for comprehensive implementation of major business transformations. Modern organizational change initiatives typically embrace the notions of Six Sigma in a broader sense. This concept paper propose the use of Six Sigma DMAIC technique for reforming stagnant construction cultures. A case study from a challenged construction market is referred to for potential implication.
Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Crude Oil and Isolated Acylglycerides from Andirobas Seed. published in

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Hugo L. C. Salgado, Raimundo Barbosa Amp Ndash Junior, La Iacute Za K. M. Concei Ccedil Atilde O, Ant Ocirc Nio S. C. Carvalho, Alberdan S. Santos The andirobeiras seed oil (Carapa guianensis Aublet.) presents remarkable interest in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries, because of the palmitoil, oleil and stearil glycerois present in this oil. The application of the enzymatic hydrolysis to the crude oil and to a fraction enriched with acylglycerides by count current chromatography but without inhibitor were hydrolyzed by a concentrate of lipase produced by Penicillium citrinum in submerged culture at 35 C and 150 rpm. The hydrolysis were carried out at 25 C and pH 5.6, monitored by TLC and GC-MS analysis. The net yields obtained from crude oil were 5.4% (w/w), 11.75% (w/w) and 1.47% (w/w) of palmitic, stearic and oleic acids, respectively, expressing a potential hydrolysis of this enzyme in the presence of natural inhibiters.
A NOVEL APPROACH TO BRAIN TUMOR DETECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
B. Shoban Babu *1 , S. Varadarajan An intracranial mass of abnormal cells in the brain that have grown out of control is referred to as brain tumor. Based on the type of tissue involved and the location of the tumor, brain tumors are classified as benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Brain tumor prognosis attributed lot of significance in successful treatment. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is proved to be a most accurate diagnostic tool for human soft tissue analysis. However brain tumor segmentation and classification is a cumbersome process, as magnetic resonance images are inherently noisy in nature. In this work Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifier is used to classify the MRI images as normal and abnormal (tumor). Features are extracted from the segmented images and the clustered to improve the SVM classifier accuracy. Statistical analysis is performed with 10 fold cross validation to find the robustness of the classifier. Experimental result shows 96.5 percent accuracy while testing with MRI brain tumor images from IMRI Volumetric Non-Rigid Registration-Dataset.
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.
STUDIES ON PERFORMANCE OF RECENT TECHNIQUES ADOPTED IN VARIOUS STARCH AND SAGO INDUSTRIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P.S.Pandian* , Dr.T.Meenambal The Sago industries are traditional agro-based processing industry with huge employment potential in India. Tapioca roots are one of the richest sources of starch and it contains 30% of starch. The sago industries are extracted the starch from tapioca roots using conventional method and mechanical method. The recovery of starch from tapioca root is 16-18% by conventional method and 22-25% by mechanical method. The average loss of starch is only 5% while peeling the roots using mechanical peeler where as the starch loss is 10-15% in manual peeling. In mechanical process, the time required for extraction of starch from starch milk is 60 min where as the conventional method required the time for separation of starch from starch milk is 15 to 20 hours. From the analysis of drying system, it was found that the moisture is removed from 40 to 10% about 90-120 min at 50-60oC using hot air dryer in drying of starch. Also found that the moisture is removed from 30 to 10% about 60 min at 30-35oC using hot air dryer and about 90 min at 30-35oC using poly sheet dryer in drying of sago.
Acceptability of Products Fried in Fresh and Reheated Flaxseed Oil published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Miss Sapna Chauhan, Rekha S. Sharma, Sabiha A. Vali The present investigation was carried out to study the effect of fresh and reheated Flaxseed oils on the palatability characteristics and acceptability of products fried in it. The product viz. Puri, PyajPakoda and Shakkarpara were selected. These products were also fried in fresh and reheated Groundnut oil for comparison. Results of the study showed that among the three products ,Shakkarparas fried in fresh groundnut oil and fresh flaxseed oil showed significant difference with respect to taste (4.37, p<0.01) and aroma (4.42, p<0.01) and the rest two products fried in fresh Flaxseed oil and fresh Groundnut oil did not show a significant difference in the palatability characteristics. The products fried in reheated Flaxseed oil and reheated Groundnut oil did not show any significant difference with respect to palatability characteristics. Similarly the products fried in fresh and reheated Groundnut oil also did not show any significant difference with respect to palatability characteristics. The product fried in fresh and reheated Flaxseed oil did not show any significant difference except Puri, which showed a significant difference with to respect to appearance (2.33, P<0.05), taste (4.32, P<0.01), doneness(2.96, P< 0.05) and acceptability (3.60, P<0.05). It was also observed that products fried in fresh oils were more acceptable than fried in reheated oils. Products fried in groundnut oils were more acceptable than fried in flaxseed oils
METHYL PARATHION 50% EC INDUCED CHANGES IN ENZYMATIC ACTIVITIES OF THE FISH Channa punctatus (BLOCH) published in

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Padmavathi, P, Veeraiah, K, Tata Rao, S, Vivek, Ch The acute toxicity tests for 24, 48, 72 and 96 h to the fish Channa punctatus were conducted with an organophosphate pesticide methyl parathion 50% EC in both static and continuous flow-through methods. The LC50 values obtained were 0.6661, 0.6473, 0.6200 and 0.5949 ppm respectively for static, and 0.5736, 0.5592, 0.521 and 0.5364 ppm respectively for continuous flow-through method. The 1/10th of static 96 h LC50 value was taken as sub-lethal concentration and the fish were exposed to both lethal and sub-lethal concentrations for 8 days. The vital tissue of the fish viz; gill, liver, brain, muscle and kidney were isolated and analyzed for study of changes in enzymatic activity of amino-transferases, Aspartate Amino Transferase (AAT) and Alanine Amino Transferase (ALAT); Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and acetyl cholinesterase enzymes after 24, 96 h and 8 days of exposures. All the enzymatic activities were elevated under both lethal and sub-lethal concentrations, whereas the activity level of ACh. E activity was decreased. The changes in activity levels are more in lethal concentration compared to sub-lethal exposure. The changes in enzymatic activity are directly proportional to the increase in exposure period. These changes were in agreement with the earlier reports. The results obtained in all were discussed with the available literature.
Effectiveness of Drumstick Leaves Extract to Reducing Blood Glucose Level Among Hyperglycemic Clients. published in

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Ms. Rajathi. A WHO projects that diabetes will be the 7th leading cause of death in 2030. More than 80% of diabetes deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. In 2014 the global prevalence of diabetes was estimated to be 9% among adults aged 18+ years. Healthy diet, regular physical activity, maintaining a normal body weight and avoiding tobacco use can prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes. Objectives:TO assess the pre-test fasting and post prandial blood glucose sample.TO compare the post prandial blood glucose level among increased blood glucose samples before and after consumption of drumstick leaves. Methodology: Quantitative approach, pre -experimental design, 30 mothers Whos suffering with diabetic mellitus and who fulfils inclusion criteria are selected by using convenient sampling method. Results: the study shows the effectiveness of drumstick leaves on glucose level with the p value P < 0.05
PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF LIPPIA CITRIODORA ON ACETIC ACID INDUCED ULCERATIVE COLITIS IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Roya Hassan pour1, *Mirzaei Ali2 Object and aim: ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract disease in which immune response was suppressed due to high levels of free radicals and inflammatory agents. The aim of the present study was to evaluate protective effect of Lippia citriodora on ulcerative colitis by different biochemical tests. Methods: Rats were randomized into four groups each containing eight rats. Rats were administered 500 mg/kg Lippia citriodora once daily for four days before ulcerative colitis induction by 4% acetic acid (AA) and three days after AA rectal administration. animals were scarified and the colonic tissues were dissected. In colon tissues, levels of glutathione (GSH), malondialdehyde (MDA) , nitric oxide (No) and interleukin-1? (IL-1? were estimated. Results: Acetic acid administration obviously reduced GSH, while MDA, IL-1?, and NO levels were increased in colon of rats with UC compared controls. Administration of Lippia citriodora extract ameliorated the biochemical alterations due to acetic acid induced UC, by decreasing malondialdehyde, interleukin- 1 ? , nitric oxide and increasing reduced glutathione level, in colon tissue. Conclusion: This study concluded that use of Lippia citriodora extract could be helpful in preventing the relapse of UC disease due to their possible antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
Menyikapi Kerapuhan Sistem Sosial Sebuah Pergumulan Teologis published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
T. R. Andi Lolo Mengapa saya sangat tertarik berbicara tentang kerapuhan sistem sosial. Jawabannya ialah karena semua sistem, termasuk sistem sosial sedang dilanda oleh arus global yang tidak dapat dibendung dan sangat potensil memporak-porandakan semua sistem yang sudah mapan sekalipun. Gejala kerapuhan ini tidak bisa kita biarkan melainkan harus disikapi karena pada akhirnya, akibat dari arus tersebut akan menimpa umat manusia sebagai anggota dari berbagai sistem kehidupan, baik kehidupan ekonomi, sosial, politik, dan bahkan tidak terkecuali kehidupan sebagai anggota dari komunitas agama. Sesuai dengan suasana dan lingkungan di mana orasi ini disampaikan, saya memilih bentuk kehidupan yang terakhir tadi sebagai bidang kajian untuk kita renungkan bersama.
IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF INK SETTING AND DRYING IN SHEETFED OFFSET AND DRY TONER BASED DIGITAL PRINTING PRESSES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Dhirender*1, Mr. Rajeev2 & Mr. Bijender Sheet-fed offset has been one of the most popular printing methods to print cellulosic based substrates. Dry toner based digital printing methods have come to exist recently and captured a significant market share especially for short run print jobs. But if the ink doesn’t dry on proper time, it may result into set-off and it may hamper press speed. Aim of this paper is to analyse and compare ink setting and drying capabilities of Sheet-fed offset and Dry Toner based Digital printing technologies. Uncoated, gloss coated and matte coated papers were taken to examine the inkdrying behaviour of both printing processes.
Sensory and nutritional quality evaluation of soy-bajra fortified sattu and ready to eat sattu products published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BHARTI JAIN Life style changes in society have created altogether a new market for value added processed food products. Incorporation of soybean and bajra in popular traditional Indian foods is likely to help in acceptability of soy blended foods. Sattu is an Indian traditional ready to eat snack item. Therefore, the present study was carried out to investigate the nutritional and sensory quality characteristics of traditional sattu and soy-bajra fortified sattu made from puffed flours of barley and Bengal gram and puffed flours of soybean, bajra and Bengal gram, respectively. The results showed that soy and bajra flour could be well supplemented up to the level of 25 per cent with good palatability. Soy-bajra fortified sattu beverage was more acceptable (74.3%) as compared to traditional sattu beverage (72.4%). Overall per cent acceptability of soy-bajra fortified sattu paste was more (74.8%) as compared to traditional sattu paste (67.6%). Overall per cent acceptability of traditional sattu ladoo (81.2%) was more as compared to soy-bajra fortified sattu ladoo (78.0%). No significant difference was observed in all the quality attributes of ready to eat sattu products developed from traditional sattu and soy-bajra fortified sattu . This explains that sensory quality of the products remained unaffected with the use of soy-bajra fortified sattu. The developed sattu based products were also subjected to sensory evaluation using 9-point hedonic ranking scale to find out the consumer acceptability of the ready to eat sattu products sex-wise and residencewise. Soy-bajra fortified sattu products were almost equally acceptable in rural and urban areas and in both the sex. Increase in protein, fat ,energy, calcium and iron was noted in soy-bajra fortified sattu products. The net dietary protein cal% of traditional sattu was 6.89 and soy-bajra fortified sattu was 6.32 which is adequate to maintain health for adults and good to promote growth. The cost of soy-bajra fortified sattu was also affordable by lower economic class and thus this serves the dual purpose of convenience and ensuring nutritional security
PREPARATION OF IRBESARTAN NANOPARTICLES FOR DISSOLUTION RATE ENHANCEMENT published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hatem Sarhan* and Usama F. Aly Nanoparticle technique offers promising methods for the formulation of poorly water soluble drugs. The objective of the present investigation was to enhance dissolution and oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble irbesartan (IBS) by preparing stable nanoparticles. IBS nanosuspensions were produced by antisolvent precipitation under sonication. The physicochemical properties of the prepared nanoparticles were characterized by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), powder X-ray diffractometry (PXRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and solubility studies, as well as measuring the particle size and in-vitro drug dissolution.The physicochemical results indicated that the antisolvent precipitation process led to the amorphization of IBS without drug-polymer chemical interaction. IBS nanoparticles increased the saturation solubility of drug almost sixteen fold. The in vitro studies showed a marked increase in the drug dissolution rate After 60 min, nanoparticles were almost dissolved completely but only 53 % of unprocessed IBS and 70 % of physical mixture (PM) had dissolved owing to its crystalline nature and larger crystal size. The combining of the methods was a promising method to produce uniform nanoparticles of IBS with remarkable improvement in dissolution rate.
Isolated and Combined Effect of General and Specific Fitness Training Packages on Selected Psychological Variables and Skill Performance of Volleyball Players published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M.palanisamy, Dr. C. Arumugam We examined the effect of Isolated and combined effect of general and specific fitness training packages on selected psychological variables and skill performance of volleyball players. The 12- week -long exercise intervention included 60-min of moderate-to-vigorous General fitness training, Specific fitness training group and General and Specific fitness training five times per week. The control group was not exposed to any of additional activity other than their routine. The study was formulated as a random group design. In this study, 60 male volleyball players were randomly selected as subjects and their age ranged between 14-17 years. A pre and post test was employed for this investigation. The subjects were randomly divided into four groups (three experimental and one control group). Group I (n=15; GFTG) had undergone General fitness training, group II (n=15; SFTG) had undergone Specific fitness training group, group III (n=15; GSFTG) had undergone Combined General and Specific fitness training and group IV (n=15; CG) as control. All the subjects were tested prior and after the 12 weeks training period. Results: The results reveal that the interventions had an impact on the selected variables to a similar degree in all experimental groups; it was observed that the mean gains and losses made from pre and post test were statistically significant.
مدى إسهام معلمي المواد الدرا سية في تحسين مهارات االتواصل اللغوي لدى طلبة الصف العاشر الأساسي في منطقة بني كنانة التعليمية بشمال الأردن published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
أ. د. حمدان علي نصر, د. محمد أحمد عبابنه هدفت الدراسة الحالي إلى معرفة درجة إسهام معلمي العلوم والاجتماعيات والتربية الإسلامية في تحسين مهارات التواصل اللغوي لدى طلبة الصف العاشر الأساسي في منطقة بني كنانة التعليمية ، وأثر كلّ من متغيري الجنس والتخصص والتفاعل بينهما في ذلك. طبقت الدراسة على عينة مكونة من (22) معلما و(23) معلمة ، بواقع (15) معلما ومعلمة من كلّ تخصص من التخصصات الثلاثة، و بما مجموعه(45) معلما ومعلمة اختيروا عشوائيا ممن يدرسون الصف العاشر الأساسي . ولتحقيق أهداف هذه الدراسة فقد أعدّ الباحثان أداة هي عبارة عن استبانة تضمّنت (26) فقرة مثّلت كل واحدة منها ممارسة تعليمية ذات صلة بسلوك المهارة ، حيث وضع امام كلّ واحدة منها مقياس ثلاثي متدرج يقيس درجة إسهام المعلم في تحسين مهارة التواصل المستهدفة . أظهرت النتائج وجود أثر دال لمعلمي المواد الدراسية عينة الدراسة في تحسين مهارات التواصل الثلاث ، مع وجود تباين في مقدار الأثر، إذ حازت مهارة الكلام المرتبة الأولى، و مهارة القراءة المرتبة الثانية في حين حازت مهارة الكتابة المرتبة الثالثة. و كشفت النتائج عن وجود أثر دال إحصائيا عند مستوى(0.05) في تحسين مهارة الكلام تعزى إلى التخصص لصالح كلّ من معلمي الدراسات الإجتماعية ومعلمي التربية الإسلامية. ووجود فروق دالة إحصائيا( 0.05) في تحسين مهارة القراءة تعزى إلى متغير الجنس لصالح المعلمات، ولم يظهر أثر دال إحصائيا على المهارات الثلاث يعزى إلى متغير التفاعل بين الجنس والتخصص.
Dynamic Authentication System for Consumer Product Using Quick Response Code in Mobile Cloud Computing Environment published in

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Ms. V. Malathi, Mrs. M. Hemalatha The objective of the work is to propose dynamic authentication system for consumer product using quick response (QR) code in mobile cloud computing environment. Product Authentication is one of the fundamental procedures to ensure the standard and quality of any product in the market. Counterfeit products are often offered to consumers as being authentic. In recent years, extensive research has been carried out on vision-based automatic identification technology that recognizes image codes using a camera phone, and then provides various services. A novel method ensures that the task is made as simple with the help of a camera enabled mobile phone supported with QR (Quick Response) Code Reader. We propose a model whereby the application in the mobile phone decodes the captured coded image and sends it through the Cloud Data Management Interface for authentication. The system then forwards the message to product manufacturers data center or any central database and the response received from the cloud enables the consumer to decide on the products authenticity
Estimating the correlates of employment and income generation through bamboo enterprise in Tripura published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. K. ACHARYA, M. GUPTA AND A. BISWAS A study was carried out to assess the correlates of employment and income generation through bamboo enterprise in Tripura. Here, 96 respondents were selected randomly from the Hezamara block of Tripura; total numbers of predictor variables were 19. The study revealed that the predictor variables namely family size, land under agricultural crop, land under bamboo, annual income before bamboo, energy consumption, cost incurred in bamboo cultivation had recorded significant association with employment and wage generation from bamboo enterprise. The variables like age, family size, land under agricultural crop, cropping intensity, land under bamboo, material possessed, energy consumption, cost incurred in bamboo cultivation, had been retained in the step down regression to imply that these variables were extremely important to these causal variables to interpret the reason and spectrum of variance of the consequent variable in its behavior and performance. It has been found that the variable family size has exerted the highest direct effect and routed highest indirect effect, the variable land under bamboo has been exerted the highest indirect effect, to characterize the man-days and wages generation from bamboo enterprise. From the cross loading of the canonical covariates, it can be inferred that, while the entire Y set of variable are in interactive relationship, the three left side variables i.e. man-days generated from bamboo enterprise and wages generated from bamboo enterprise have respondent and dovetailed some of the X set of variable.
Perception of Smile Esthetics: A comparative Evaluation in Orthodontist and Laypersons published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Divyaroop Rai, Anuroop Rai, Vikas Gill, Tripti Rai. Aims: The purpose of this investigation was to compare the difference in esthetic perception of the professionals and the laypersons in posed/social smile among young adults seeking orthodontic treatment. Materials and Methods: Images of the posed smile were captured with a digital camera from the 60 non-orthodontic treated young adults (30 males, 30 females) and were judged by panels of 10 laypersons and orthodontists each. Visual analog scale was used to measure the pleasantness of smile and Likert scale was used to observe the importance of inciso-gingival display, upper vertical lip thickness, lower vertical lip thickness, buccal corridor and smile arc in smile attractiveness. Pearsons correlation and chi square test was used to identify determinants of the pleasing smile from the results of a Visual analog scale and Likert scale. Results: The esthetic smile judgment of orthodontists disagreed with those of laypersons. Three factors formed significant components of a pleasant smile, for orthodontists (inciso-gingival display, upper lip & buccal corridor) and three for laypersons (upper lip, lower lip & smile arc). Conclusion: Inciso-gingival display, upper lip, lower lip and buccal corridor proved to be the most influential variables in smile esthetics.
A Case Report of Congenital Left Eye Monocular Elevation Deficiency With Pseudoptosis published in

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Dr. Shinde Priyanka A. , Dr. Sabnis Milind M, Dr. Dindore Pradeep R A monocular elevation deficiency is a rare condition which is also known as Double elevator palsy. It has been documented less frequently. It suggests that both elevator muscles (the superior rectus and the inferior oblique) of one eye is weak, with resultant reduced ability to elevate the eye in all fields of the gaze and a hypotropia in the primary gaze. It may be congenital or acquired. 40 % of the cases present with pseudoptosis. It is occurred due to the presence of fascial attachments between the superior rectus and the levator palpebral superioris muscle. Pseudoptosis resolves when paretic eye gets fixation unlike true ptosis. I am presenting a case of 14 yrs old female patient having left eye congenital monocular elevation deficiency with pseudoptosis.
Role of Teacher in Inculcation of Values Among Students published in

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CLASSIFICATION OF METAMORPHIC VIRUS USING HMM APPROACH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ankur Singh Bist*, Dr. Anuj Sharma Recent research work shows that HMM (Hidden Markov Model) is widely used in metamorphic virus detection. Virus generated from kits like NGVCK are detected effectively by HMM approach. Our purpose is to examine various flavours of HMM approach in virus detection.
The Impact of Sales Promotion on Hedonic Value and Utilitarian Value on Impulse Buying published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. R. Mary Metilda, Mrs. M. Karthika This study will be used to highlight or evaluate the effectiveness of sales promotion on the buying behavior of customers. This is very important as it would bring about fast growth if the promotional strategies are well planned and implemented in retail stores. An individuals overall perceived shopping value has two dimensions utilitarian and hedonic. Utilitarian shopping value relates to the functional aspects of the shopping context. Hedonic shopping value is derived from the perceived fun or playfulness of the shopping. This study investigates how the individual buying behavior perceived benefits from sales promotion and impact of hedonic and utilitarian value on impulse buying. The result from the study stated that hedonic have a positive impact on impulse buying.
Dead Worm in Gall Bladder Mimicking Acute Cholecystitis A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Arkaprovo Roy Ascariasis is the most common helminthic infection is caused by ascaris lumbricoides. Usually the adult worm lives in the small intestine. Rarely it migrates through the papilla of vater and may enter the common bile duct. We are reporting a case of gall bladder ascariasis. Presence of Ascaris lumbricoides in gallbladder is rare entity as it is difficult to reach there due to narrow and tortuous cystic duct
STABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON THE BASIS OF ECONOMIC SAFETY STRATEGY 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�
Iryna Moiseyenko The article analyzes condition of social and economic development of Ukraine, describes requirements of strategy of economic safety and priorities of stable development of state and formulates principles and directions of changes in economic policy on the basis of requirements of economic safety and necessity of stable innovative development. Aim of this research is to formulate principles and directions of changing economic policy of development by means of analyzing the condition of economy on the basis of requirements of economic safety and stable development of state and regions. This research proposes the following conclusions. Overcoming crisis and transfer to the social and economic development on innovative basis presupposes usage of theoretical and methodological grounds of economic safety strategy on the basis of theory of safety and concept of stable development. Economic safety of the state is reviewed as the condition of national economy which presupposes economic resistance to internal and external threats. Balance and socially oriented development of economy is reached by means of realizing forms and methods of economic and financial policy. Current economic policy of the state shall reflect the requirements of economic safety and needs of stable development.
THE REVIVAL OF SPIRITUAL VALUES IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSFORMATION OF SOCIAL PROCESSES IN UZBEKISTAN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Shavkat Murtazaevich Mavlanov In this article the revival of spiritual values in the modern conditions of independence development and transformation of social processes in the Republic of Uzbekistan is consider. There are some human qualities as kindness, historical truth, tolerance, family values, spirituality of people, interethnic harmony, religious values, moral values, harmonious developed youth, ecological consciousness and others are analyzed.
ANTIOBESITY POTENTIAL OF CLERODENDRUM PHLOMIDIS LINN AND GARCINIA CAMBOGIA LINN A COMPARATIVE ANIMAL MODEL STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Gopinathan* & D. Naveenraj Obesity is one of the major health concerns in the 21 st century and it is a major and leading cause of coronary heart diseases, stroke, type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis and certain cancers. Available literature survey reveals that plant based drugs are much sought after therapeutic agents to prevent and cure many diseases including obesity. Objective: To evaluate the antiobesity potential of the Clerodendrum phlomidis leaf extract and its activity was compared wit h a known herbal antiobesity drug, Garcinia cambogia fruit extract in High Fat Diet (HFD) induced obese animal model. Orlistat was used as standard drug. Methods: Oral administration of Clerodendrum phlomidis leaf extract and Garcinia cambogia fruit extract (400mg/kg-bw) on HFD induced obese rats were taken for assessing (1) Behavioral parameters: ambulation, rearing and grooming; (2) Physiological parameters: weight of the animals, organs, fat pads and body temperature; (3) Biochemical parameters: blood glucose, total protein, Total lipids, free fatty acids and uric acid; (4) Liver function markers: AST, ALT and ALP and (5) Lipid profiles: serum cholesterol, serum triglycerides, LDLc, VLDLc, and HDLc. Results: HFD induced obesity to rats, and the obese rats, showed significant increase in the levels of physiological and biochemical parameters, liver function markers and lipid profiles and co-administration of Clerodendrum phlomidis leaf extract and Garcinia cambogia fruit extract significantly reduced the levels of all parameters and brought back normalcy. But the levels of total protein and HDLc were decreased in obese rats and the same were increased up to the levels of healthy rats after the administration of plant drugs. The animals treated with standard drug-Orlistat, also showed ameliorating effect in the obese rats. Conclusion: The present study revealed that Clerodendrum phlomidis leaf extract is a effective antiobesity drug and its efficacy was comparable with a known antiobesity plant drug, Garcinia cambogia fruit extract and a standard drug, Orlistat. It is already recorded that (-) hydroxy citric acid is the active phytochemical available in Garcinia cambogia fruit extract, which is responsible for its antiobesity activity. In the present study ursolic acid was isolated and identified as pharmacologically active compound in Clerodendrum phlomidis leaf extract for its antiobesity activity.
FORMACIÓN DEL DOCENTE Y PEDAGOGÍA DE LA COMPLEJIDAD EN EL CONTEXTO DE LA EDUCACIÓN. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
Naylet Chiquinquirá Rojas Rivero Universidad Fermín Toro nayletrojas@hotmail.com; nayletrojas3@gmail.com Barquisimeto, Venezuela TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION OF COMPLEXITY IN THE CONTEXT OF EDUCATION. The nature of the pedagogical act in the context of education, involves a systemic relational complexity that involves training and professional identity of teachers. In this sense, this research is proposed as a fundamental objective, teacher training and pedagogy of complexity in the context of Education. The research is based epistemologically on the principles of complex thought, which according to Morin (2001), is a thought that posits the dialogical, recursion and hologramaticidad as relevant principles. The research model corresponds to the qualitative-interpretive paradigm proposed by Carr and Kemmis (1998), which is geared to interpret the structures of subjective meanings that social actors about reality, which will be achieved through support in the phenomenological hermeneutical method, using as a technique for data collection in-depth interview.
THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ON PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE IN MALAYSIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Hussin Abdullah, Muhammad Azam, Siti Khalijah Zakariya Health is one important factor in the development of human capital. Good health will lead to increased levels of productivity. This study was conducted to examine the co-integration between environmental quality and socio-economic factor for national health expenditure. This study used secondary data from the World Bank Indicators and the Department of Statistics in Malaysia. This analysis employs annual time series data on Health Expenditure (HE), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) emission in metric tonnes per capita, Fertility Rate (FR) and Mortality Rate (MR) infant per 1,000 live births. The ARDL approach is used in order to explore the possibility of estimating both short and long run impacts of environmental quality. The study found that GDP, CO2, MR, FR, NO2 and SO2 could be treated as having a relationship with health expenditure in the long run in Malaysia. SO2, fertility and infant mortality rate showed a significant factor in the country's health expenditures affect substantially. The new generation is an important element in ensuring the continuance and sustainability of national development in the future. Keywords: Environmental quality, Socioeconomics, ARDL.
ANTIMICROBIAL, ANTIOXIDANT AND HAEMOLYTIC POTENTIAL OF BROWN MACROALGA SARGASSUM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Megha N. Mole1 and Anjali B. Sabale2 Antimicrobial, antioxidant and haemolytic activity of three species of Sargassum viz. S. cinereum, S. ilicifolium and S. tenerrimum was investigated using extracts prepared in different organic solvents. Ethanol and methanol extracts of all the three Sargassum species were effective in arresting bacterial growth while methanol extract of S. ilicifolium had the maximum ability to arrest the growth of fungal organisms. Inhibition of mycelial growth was more than 60% in ethanol and methanol extracted samples of all the Sargassum species. Haemolytic activity was negligible (5-10%) for a few negative blood groups and slightly more (10-20%) for positive groups when hexane, petroleum ether and ethyl acetate extracts of S. cinereum were used. Total antioxidant capacity was remarkable in the methanolic extract of S. cinereum and S. tenerrimum. Results suggested an appreciable level of antimicrobial and antioxidant potential in the three Sargassum species. The range of haemolytic activity indicated a safe use of these species for pharmaceutical purpose. Ethanolic and methanolic extraction favoured the antimicrobial and antioxidant activities in Sargassum sp.
UKRAINIAN CIVILIZATION SPACE: HISTORICAL AND ECONOMIC DIMENSION 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�
Studinski Volodymyr The subject of this study is to Ukrainian cultural space in historical and economic dimension. The methodology of this research is historical and economic analysis of the development of civilization waves Ukrainian space. The study determined that a great influence on him played Tripoli culture, which actually gave the development of agricultural production. These traditions are preserved in the current Ukrainian society. Branch application may be in political economy research civilizational and formational processes of social (economic) system. Concluded that the Ukrainian cultural space begins to actively form in the system of economic and cultural relations between Tripoli society, which, in essence, became the ancestor of agricultural production and greatly influenced the global cultural space.
Processing Updated Imagery for Use in Dismounted Mission Planning on NETT Warrior published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Gene Fogh, Chris Gramling, Mitch Hansen, Ella Mason, Davie Chennault, Gregory Bew Small unit leaders need real time images to aid in planning missions and making decisions. Currently, this ability partially exists through the use of short range Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) like Raven and Shadow, which provide unprocessed imagery. There is a limited capability to gather imagery for a large area, process it into a useable format, and deliver the product to the small unit leader. Android-based platforms like Nett Warrior currently use older, primarily satellite, imagery to depict the battle space. We are creating a process that takes up to date satellite and UAV imagery in a format that is available as an offline map and use the Nett Warrior platform to deliver this imagery to small unit leaders. This enhanced imagery will allow leaders to plan missions in a more effective manner due to the updated imagery and the benefits mobile maps provide.
Psychogenic Skin Excoriation (Skin Picking) : Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Radhika Majlikar Kelkar, Sagar Karia, Avinash De Sousa, Sushma Sonavane Compulsive skin picking is a new disorder called Psychogenic Excoration or Skin Picking Disorder coined in DSM-5. It is known to be seen in patients with other mental illnesses as well as a stand alone psychiatric disorder on its own. The disorder has been reported in numerous anecdotal case reports and case studies and needs further research. Here we report a case of 12 year old girl with the disorder who responded well to medical treatment
Make in India and Tourism Industry published in

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STUDY OF HEMATOLOGICAL DYSFUNCTION IN MALARIA published in

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Dr.S.M.SAIFULLAH QURAISHI,Dr.P.S.USHA RANI,Dr.VISHNU VARDHAN REDDY Malaria is one of oldest recorded disease known to mankind. Optimum conditions for transmission are high humidity and an ambient temperature between 20OC and 30OC. Since erythrocytes are the principle targets of the parasites, many changes occur in the infected RBCs. Anaemia results from accelerated RBC destruction and removal by the spleen in conjunction with ineffective erythropoiesis.1,2,3 Thrombocytopenia is a common feature of acute malaria and occurs in both P. falciparum and P. vivax infections regardless of the severity of infection.4,5,6, Slight coagulation abnormalities are common in falciparum malaria and mild thrombocytopenia is usual. However <5% of patients with severe malaria have significant bleeding with evidence of DIC. Total leukocyte count is usually normal; however leukocytosis can occur especially when associated with pernicious malaria and superadded bacterial infections7.8.9. Increased red cell population dispersions or red cell distribution width has been observed in malaria and has been attributed to the red cell response to malarial parasite and correlated with the degree of macrocytosis.10 In our study of 50 cases Significant haematological dysfunction occurs in malaria across all cell lines. The presence of high RDW, thrombocytopenia, leukopenia and anaemia are significantly associated with malaria.
Overview Of Tumor Markers In Gynecology published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Himangini Shukla, Dr Aniket Kakade Ovarian, cervical and endometrial cancers are the three most common malignancies of the female genital tract. Historically CA 125 happens to be the only tumor markers known for ovarian tumors. Tremendous research is ongoing for newer tumor markers and recent genomic and proteomic based studies show great promise for the discovery of new and more useful biomarkers. An ideal marker should be highly sensitive, specific, and reliable with high prognostic value, organ specific and correlate with tumor stages. However none of the markers reported to date fulfills these characteristics. While the research on ideal tumor markers for gynecological malignancies is still in progress, we discuss the currently utilized tumor markers for gynecological malignancies and the novel biomarkers under investigation.
Does Tree -Free Paper Can Make A Greener World? A Contemporary Study published in

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Thiyagaraj. V. , Treeless paper is a reality.Treeless paper is just one solution that will help people reduce their carbon footprint. Green 100% Treeless Paper Products in India are made from sugar cane husk and bamboo grasses both renewable resources. No trees were harmed while making these products.Treeless paper Greenpaper products are competitively priced.Treeless paper Greenpaper products are whitened with Hydrogen Peroxide a safe and natural alternative to bleach.Bamboo grass is another renewable resource that can be harvested for the production of treeless paper.Treeless paper products are 100% Treeless and made from sugar cane husk and bamboo grass two environmentally sustainable recycled resources.The most urgent being the deforestation of our natural resources.
A Study on The Opinion of the Motivational Schemes Adopted by State Government in Selected Villages of Dindigul District. published in

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Dr. K. Amutha, Mrs. R. Subbammal The research paper was designed with the primary objective of finding out the opinion of the motivational schemes adopted by the state Government in selected villages of rural areas in and around Dindigul district. The study was conducted with 150 samples from different villages. The facilities available in the villages, the reach of the motivational schemes announced by the state government along with the ratings for each of the schemes was studied. The spending pattern of the people was also studied.
Studies on methionine secreting micro-organisms from sago industrial wastes and standardization of growth parameters for maximum methionine secretion published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
N.ARUNKUMAR*, S.P. SUNDARAM, R.ANANDHAM, N.O. GOPAL AND S. BALAKRISHNAN1 Methionine is a dietary essential amino acid secreted by various microorganisms and can be supplemented in food and feed for enhancing the growth and body functions of the mammals. From a total of141 microorganisms isolated from various sources such as curd, yogurt, cheese, and sago industrial waste 2 yeast culture and 2 bactreial cultures were confirmed to be elite methionine secreting organisms. The microorganisms through molecular characterization were identified as Candida tropicalis ITEM10456, Kluyveromyces marxianus CHY1612, Acetobacter tropicalis NRIC 0312, and Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. tolerans JCM 1171. Various parameters such as carbon and nitrogen requirement, optimum pH and temperature for maximum methionine secretion were also investigated. The organisms were found to secrete maximum methionine, Candida tropicalis ITEM10456 (1134 ?g/ml),Kluyveromyces marxianus CHY1612 (1320 ?g/ml), Acetobacter tropicalis NRIC 0312 (1412 ?g/ml), Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. Tolerans JCM 1171 (1078 ?g/ml) after standardization of the growth parameters
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF DOUBLE SPRING MASS DAMPER SYS TEM FOR VEHICLE SUSPENSION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sibi George K.P * , Shajin Majeed, Pandiyan.A The main objective of this paper based on suspension system is to obtain a result and analysis on new model of a suspension system. This model is designed with a normal spring and damper, where it contains two springs connected with a single damper. The drawback of this type of suspension system is the length of the damper is large, it cannot be connected to normal passenger type cars but i t can be used to heavy vehicles like tractors and earth - movers. This type of suspension system gives higher efficiency and it can withstand rolling. Hence there is two springs, there will be comfort for the driver while driving and reduces the vibration du ring motion.
BEHAVIORAL NATURE OF PROACTIVITY AS A PRECONDITION FOR INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 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�
Smyrnov Ievgen In the article the basics of proactive behavior and policies of the enterprise based on the behavioral aspects of human resources as the main carrier businesses. The subject of the article is the set of theoretical, methodological and applied aspects for the development of resource theory, the efficiency of enterprise resources in combination with psycho-physiological abilities of the individual, which is the key to the development of innovative businesses to achieve their strategic competitive advantage. The main purpose of the article is to determine the relationship proactive behavior of its behavioral nature, as well as establishing some correlation internalitive essence of proactivity as a prerequisite for the development of innovative enterprises in terms of information and innovation economy with a common progressive development entities and complex processes of justification proactive management companies based on research of current trends and their modeling activities for the future. The argument of this relationship will be based on the methods of deduction and induction - to establish empirical relationships between the properties of objects and phenomena proactivity, internality, innovation and human behavior, and otherwise, from understanding the psychology of personality and behavior and motivation in the process of human activity to detect partial relationships and the impact on human resources development; scientific comparison - to study trends of enterprises in Ukraine and in the world of distinguishing potential areas of application of international experience on proactive management; analysis and synthesis and abstraction - to study the individual aspects of the research object and combine it into a coherent whole to make a number of scientific abstractions and identify some concepts. The main results of a detailed analysis of the principles of innovative enterprises and their impact on individual skills in the process of interpretation allowed to offer sensuous intuition as predictions of future events or developments, thus providing a shift in business models shaping modern enterprises towards advancing innovation. The overall results are scientific articles and applied character. Assessment and identification of resources in the economy of the new formation is necessary to take their positions as measured interpretation possibilities of using internal and external environment for its development. Also applied character of research results prove that was found and proven relationship between proactivity in the company of the behavioral aspects of human behavior. The study of the relationship in a line of proactivity - opportunities - dynamic ability - resources - innovation - strategic competitive advantage is «proactivity» has been identified as the main driving force of the innovation process of the company. Thus, the author stands for that innovative development company - is the process of responding entity to changes in the internal and external environment by improving business processes based on creativity, motivation, organization, monitoring and staff performance, based on behavioral aspects outlook and attitude person providing efficient and stable operation of the company.
DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS IN PATIENTS DISTRESS FROM HYPERTENSION IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Sowmya Boreda1 , Sagarika Addetla1 , Asha Sara Stephen2 Drug-Drug Interactions (DDIs) is an important issue and now it is also realized that many of them can be explained by change in the enzymes, which involve in metabolism that are present in and out of liver. Co-administration of some drugs act as enzyme inducers, whereas some are inhibitors of enzyme which results undesirable effects. Hypertension (HTN) is a most common cardiovascular disease which can be defined as “consistently elevated blood pressure (arterial) or average systolic blood pressure ≥140 mm Hg, or diastolic blood pressure ≥ 90 mm Hg”. It is a disease which has a high global burden which is a worldwide public health challenge as well as a leading risk factor of mortality. The study was a prospective observational study and conducted at a tertiary care hospital at Suraram, Telangana, India. The study were carried over two months. Designing a Proforma for data collection. Analyzing the prescription and categorizing it into varieties based on antibiotics prescribed, route of administration and combinations. 100 HTN patient’s prescription’s were collected from different departments of Malla Reddy Hospital. Of which 45 prescription’s showed DDIs and 55 prescription don’t have DDIs. Out of 45 DDI’s prescriptions 15 were male patients and 30 female patients. Prescription then evaluated using Standard Drug Interaction Software i.e. Lexi-comp’s Lexi-Interact to check the Degree of DDIs. Key Words: Drug Drug Interactions, Hypertension, Hypertensive Drugs.
Astronomical Refraction above Kufa Astronomical observatory published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Mohammed Jaafar AL-Bermani Faeq Abdullah AL-Temimei Abstract : Astronomical refraction addresses ray-bending effects for objects outside the earths atmosphere in relation to an observer within the atmosphere. In this paper is a study of the Atmospheric refraction and its effect on the light coming from celestial body by using Astronomic Refraction model above Kufa Astronomical Observatory at different zenith angles and different weather conditions. These weather parameters were collected from the weather link station of the observatory. The results are perfect agreement with other models
Ophelia as a Key word in Understanding the Role of Obedience, Love and Beautifulness in Shakespeares Hamlet Play published in

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Dr. Ibrahim Adam Saide Daier This paper takes Ophelia as a Key word in Understanding the Role of Obedience, Love and Beautifulness in Shakespeares Hamlet Play Ophelia is a fictional character in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. She is a young noblewoman of Denmark, the daughter of Polonius, sister of Laertes, and potential wife of Prince Hamlet. She is one of the few female characters in the play. In Ophelia's first speaking appearance in the play, she is seen with her brother, Laertes, who is leaving for France. Laertes warns her that Hamlet, the heir to the throne of Denmark, does not have the freedom to marry whomever he wants. Ophelia's father, Polonius, enters while Laertes is leaving, and also forbids Ophelia to pursue Hamlet, whom he fears is not earnest about her. This paper also examins how Ophelia was a key number I n giving the play is universility among others .In Ophelia's next appearance, she tells Polonius that Hamlet rushed into her room with his clothing askew, and with a "hellish" expression on his face, and only stared at her and nodded three times, without speaking to her. Based on what Ophelia told him, Polonius concludes that he was wrong to forbid Ophelia to see Hamlet, and that Hamlet must be mad because of lovesickness for her.
Social Anxiety and Impulsivity Amongst Internet Addicts and Substance Users published in

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DR. M. AMARAVATHI, ANAND SHANKAR RAJA. M Research has demonstrated that social anxiety and impulsivity is high among those with substance abuse and internet addiction but there is a dearth of studies that compare the two groups. The aim of the study was to compare impulsivity and social anxiety in Internet Addicts and Substance Users who are adolescents. The sample size was 20 adolescent participants from various educational background residing in Mumbai for each group. This was the first of its kind pilot study. It was noted that adolescents who are Substance Users score higher on impulsivity and social anxiety in comparison to adolescents who are Internet Addicts (p < 0.001). Further research among larger populations of adolescents in this area is warranted to validate the findings.
Assessment of weaning practices adopted by the mothers in urban Udaipur, Rajasthan published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MANI MISHRA AND SHASHI JAIN The period of weaning is the one during which a child becomes accustomed to the change from a diet consisting solely of his or her mothers milk, to one totally devoid of it, may take a year or more and it is one of the most crucial period in a childs life. Weaning practices are influenced to a great extent by the socio-economic status, education, religion, knowledge, attitude and beliefs of mother about childcare. The present study was undertaken to assess weaning practices adopted by mothers in urban Udaipur, Rajasthan. Data on demography and socio-economic aspects were collected by interviewing total 50 lactating mothers randomly selected from three areas of Udaipur city. Weaning practices adopted by mothers shows that 30 per cent mothers did not feed colostrums to their children, it will effect nutritional status of children in later ages. 68 per cent mothers stop to feed milk because of insufficient milk, it indicates poor health status of mothers. In feeding pattern 16 per cent mothers did not sterilize bottles. Only 38 per cent mother sterilize bottle just after one feed. These improper practices will be harmful for childs health and hygiene. Supplementary food pattern shows that in semi-solid food 60 per cent mothers feed khichdi to their children. In ready to at eat food 36 per cent mothers have given biscuit to their children. Assessment indicates that mothers have to be educated about the importance of breast feeding, proper time to start weaning, advice against indulging in harmful feeding practice
FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FLOATING TABLETS OF ETODOLAC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Balagani Pavan Kumar1* and Y. Sri Sumalatha2 The objective of the present research work is to formulate and evaluate floating tablets of Etodolac, a gastro retentive drug delivery system. Direct compression was used to prepare the tablets using HPMC K15M, HPMC K100M, Chitosan, Xanthane gum, Carbopol 971P, Sodium CMC as polymers. Formulations were prepared by varying the amount of polymers. The compatibility of drug with the polymers is identified by using FTIR studies. The results obtained showed that the drug is compatible with all the polymers used. The preformulation blend was shown good flow properties with good angle of repose, bulk density and tapped density parameters. The formulated tablets were evaluated for various quality control parameters and they were passed all the tests with standard values as per pharmacopoeia. Release of Etodolac over a period of 12 hours was obtained from tablets formulated employing Carbopol 971P.
Medico-Ethnobotany of Plants Surveyed and Studied in District Bijnor with Special Emphasis on their Medicinal, Religious and Ornamental Significance published in

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Garima sharma, Dr. Alka, Dr. Mukesh Kumar The Indian scriptures such as Rigveda and Atharvveda have given and identified several plants which can be used for curing diseases of humans as well as the animals. Ethnobotanical studies are making a valuable contribution to the cataloguing of biological diversity and hence to the conservation of endangered ecosystems and the human societies which depend upon them. Theplant - based traditional medical systems continue to provide the primary health care to more than three quarters of the worlds populace. Present study gives an overview of the survey and study of the 22 medicinal plants of district Bijnor (U.P.) with special reference to their traditional medicinal uses, religious and ornamental significance.
PESSIMISM ON MONDAYS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE DAY OF THE WEEK EFFECT IN BRAZILIAN CAPITAL MARKET DURING PERIODS OF CRISIS AND STABILITY published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Vernica de Ftima Santana, Leandro Manzoli Trovati Whereas the irrationality of capital market agents is accentuated during financial crises, this paper aimed to verify the existence of the Monday Effect during periods of crisis and stability in Brazil through an analysis of the Bovespa Index. In order to do so, the behavior of the index was modeled using time series statistical techniques (autoregressive and conditional heteroscedastic models) comprising the period from January 2003 until April 2012, grouping the data in different series, in order to identify crisis periods. It was identified an average return statistically lower on Mondays only for the periods when Subprime crisis and Euro Crisis took place, suggesting that financial crises are favorable for the existence of the Day of the Week Effect for Mondays. This effect is likely due to the irrationality of the capital market agents which is pronounced in crisis environments, where the feeling of fear is stronger than the analytical foundations for financial assets pricing.
KEWENANGAN MAHKAMAH KONSTITUSI DALAM PROSES IMPEACHMENT PRESIDEN MENURUT SISTEM KETATANEGARAAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Muhammad Fauzan, The authority of the Constitutional Court to adjudicate and decide upon the opinion of the House of Representatives that the President and/or vice president has violated the law of treason to the state, corruption, bribery, other felonies, or moral turpitude, and/or that the President and /or Vice President no longer meets the conditions as President and/or Vice President are normative efforts to avoid a repeat of dismisal that are soley based on slander and suspicion which are only to satisfy the political interests of political elites. Key words : The authority of the Constitutional Court, Impeachment
Family Environment and Psychological Well-Being Among Private College and Government College Students published in

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Chetan S. V, Dr. Y. T. Balakrishna Acharya This is an exploratory study that aimed to examine the differences in family environment and psychological well-being among private college and government college students of Bangalore. The sample for the study consisted of 60 male and 60 female degree students (average age=19 years.) Simple Random sampling procedure was used for the study. The sample was administered the Family Environment Scale by Vohra and the Psychological Well-Being Scale by Sisodia and Choudhary. Two-Way Analysis of Variance was used to study the interactive effects of gender and nature of institution on different areas of family environment and psychological well-being. The findings reveal that,private college students have betterfamily environment in different areas than government college students; Female college students were found to have better family environment in different areas than male students; and Interactive effects of gender and nature of institution were found to be significant on the areas of cohesion, independence, moral orientation, organization and recreational orientation. The findings also reveal that, in the area of psychological well-being, female students had higher Satisfaction, Efficiency, Mental Health and Interpersonal Relations than male students. However, male students and females students did not differ significantly in the area of Sociability; and Significant interactive effects of gender and nature of institution were found on Efficiency and Sociability and not on the areas of Satisfaction, Mental Health and interpersonal Relations of psychological well-being.
Ataque e Caracterizao de Danos de Brevicoryne brassicae (L.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) em Brachiaria decumbens Stapf e Panicum maximum Jacq. published in

EntomoBrasilis

Published by Entomologistas do Brasil
Silma da Silva Camilo; Mrcia Vitria Santos; Marcus Alvarenga Soares & Evaldo Martins Pires As pastagens cultivadas constituem a base da bovinocultura no Brasil sendo que, os gneros Brachiaria e Panicum ocupam lugar de destaque. Brachiaria decumbens Stapf possui vantagens como grande adaptabilidade a solos cidos e de baixa fertilidade, ao clima tropical, alm de proporcionar alto rendimento de massa seca. Panicum maximum Jacq. importante devido ao alto potencial de produo de massa seca por unidade de rea, adaptabilidade, qualidade de forragem, facilidade de estabelecimento e aceitabilidade pelos animais. Foi observado o ataque do pulgo Brevicoryne brassicae (L.), comumente encontrado em hortalias, principalmente nas do gnero Brassica, nestas gramneas, causando danos como amarelecimento de folhas, depauperamento e formao de fumagina em plantas cultivadas em casa de vegetao. Este inseto poder se tornar uma praga potencial de B. decumbens cv. Basilisk e P. maximum cv. Tanznia se for confirmada sua adaptao aos novos hospedeiros em campo. Attack and Damage Characterization of Brevicoryne brassicae (L.) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Brachiaria decumbens Stapf and Panicum maximum Jacq. Abstract. The cultivated pastures are the basis of cattle rearing in Brazil and the Brachiaria and Panicum genera are most important. Brachiaria decumbens Stapf has great advantages such as adaptability to acid soils of low fertility, to the tropical climate and to providing high yield of dry matter. Panicum maximum Jacq. is important because of the high potential production of dry mass per unit area, adaptability, forage quality, ease of establishment and acceptability by animals. It was reported the attack and damage of the aphid Brevicoryne brassicae (L.), commonly found in vegetables, especially in the genus Brassica, in these grasses causing damage such as leaf yellowing, plant depletion and formation of sooty mold in the greenhouse. This insect can become a potential pest of B. decumbens cv. Basilisk and P. maximum cv. Tanznia, if confirmed their adaptation to new hosts in the field.
Role of Blood Transfusion in Obstetrics published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Janki M. Pandya, Dr. Munjal Pandya, Dr. Megha Patel A prospective observational study of transfusion practices in pregnant and delivered women was conducted in our hospital in Ahmedabad city from October 2008 to July 2010. Nearly 1000 cases were studied. Selection Criteria included all emergency and registered antenatal and delivered patients. Among those 100 cases required Blood Transfusion. The Patients requiring Blood Transfusion throughout the study period 69% were Emergency cases and 31% were registered cases. Incidence of Blood Transfusion was higher (86 %), in patients who took less than 3 antenatal visits. There are two main causes of maternal morbidity and mortality: (1) Chronic anemia of pregnancy, (2) Major obstetric hemorrhage. In this study, 68 % patients required blood because of obstetric hemorrhage and 32% patients required blood because of anemia of pregnancy. Post Partum Hemorrhage was the most common cause for patients requiring Blood Transfusion. Maternal Mortality occurred in 4 patients out of 100 patients. In three of them, cause of death was directly related to postpartum hemorrhage. The Predisposing factors in the transfused patients were PIH (23 %), Medical Conditions (26 %), Previous Scar on Uterus (15 %), first trimester Hemorrhage( 10% ), Abruptio Placenta (14 %), Placenta Previa (6 %), Multiple Pregnancy ( 3 % ). More active participation in terms of antenatal check-ups and skilled management of patients at the first referral units is advocated, there should be local protocols for management of massive hemorrhage in obstetrics. All major hemorrhages should be reviewed to ensure that the communication chain worked and that there was no delay in provision of blood products.
Variation of Faba Beans (Vicia faba L.) Traits Induced By Heat, Electric Shock and Mutagen Nitrous Acid published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Laith M. J. AL-Shamma* This research was carried out to determine the impact of heat shock, electric shock and seeds in soaking nitrous acid mutagen solution on three cultivars of faba beans plant (Zaina, Aguadulce and Local) at the year 2012-2013. Factorial experiment was arranged in randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replicates were used. The results showed that heat shock lead to early plants of 50% in flowering and an increase in the number of branches/plant and the number of seeds/pod compared to other treatments, whereas the seeds soaked in nitrous acid mutagen solution gave the highest plant height, leaf area index, number of pods/plant, seed weight, seed yield kg/ha, and did not differ significantly with treatment of electric shock in the protein yield(kg/ha). Zaina cultivar was superior over other cultivars in early to 50% flowering, number of branches/plant, number of pods/plant and seed weight, while gave the lowest value in plant height. Significant differences also observed for the interaction between cultivars and treatments. Zaina cultivar with heat shock treatment gave less number of days to 50% flowering, highest number of branches/plant and the number of seeds/pod, either when seeds soaked in nitrous acid mutagen solution given the highest plant height of plant, highest mean of seed weight, seed yield kg/ha and did not differ significantly with local variety in the number of pods/plant trait .
Macro-Zoobenthic Study in Relationship to Physico-Chemical Parameters of Khoh River in Uttarakhand, India published in

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V. P Balodi, Koshal Kumar The benthic community structure and species diversity were studied at Khoh river during January 2014 to December 2014 at a selected site (Amsour) in Khoh river. Collection of Macro-Zoobenthos was made by using forecep and brush from one meter square area. The collected samples were preserved in 5% formalin on the spot, and then bring in the laboratory for further study. Some important physico-chemical parameters were also analysed which effect the benthic community. Macro-Zoobenthic groups inhabited the river were the (mayfly nymphs) Ephemeropter 43 % then Trichoptera 36.96 %, Colieoptera 5.63 %, Diptera 4.7 %, Plecoptera 2.29 %, Odoneta 1.07 % were reported. Some unknown genera also reported about 4.09 % respectively. Co-coefficient of correlation was also performed to check the relationship between the Macro-Zoobenthos and ecology of the river.
Comparison of Anti-Glycation Capacity of Two New Purple-Colored- Leaf Tea Cultivars with an Ordinary Green-Colored-Leaf Tea Cultivar in Taiwan published in

Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

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Su-Chen Ho*, Min-Sheng Su, Chih-Cheng Lin and Chui-Feng Chiu The special tea varieties with purple- or red-colored leaves have been successfully bred in Taiwan and their health benefits are needed to be evaluated. The aim of this study was to evaluate the phytochemical content, the antioxidant properties, and the anti-glycation capacities of two new purple-colored-leaf tea cultivars (TTES No.113 & 117) and one of the most cultivated teas in Taiwan (TTES No.18). Green tea made from the two purple-colored-leaf tea cultivars, especially the TTES No.117 had significantly higher phenolic, flavonoid, anthocyanin, and catechin content than the TTES No.18. The purple-colored-leaf tea also had higher antioxidant activities including ferric reducing antioxidant power (FRAP) and oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC). The formation of fluorescent advanced glycation end products (AGEs) and non-fluorescent AGEs (Nɛ-carboxymethyllysine; CML) in a glucose/ BSA system were significantly inhibited by teas. The inhibitory capacities of teas on fluorescent AGEs and CML were correlated with phenolics or flavonoids, rather than catechins or anthocyanins. These results implied that the potent antiglycation capacity of purple-colored-leaf tea was primarily attributed to the total phenolics. These findings highlight that the potential use of purple-colored-leaf tea bred in Taiwan as a functional beverage for preventing diabetic complications.
Effects of English on Pattern of Education System in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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SK Habib This Study deals with the impact of the English and the changing example of the instructive framework. For a comprehension of the improvement of the western instruction in India, exertion must be made to touch the recorded angles keeping in mind the end goal to make the review less demanding. The East India Company which came to India in 1600 AD scarcely gave any regard for the Indian instruction. Since it was basically worried with the advancement of business interests, it was not anticipated that of them would make any genuine strides for the instruction of the general population of India. The English were credited for changing the scholarly existence of India through the presentation of a Western System of Education in the subcontinent. The English arrangement of current training and the western thoughts assumed a critical part really taking shape of the social and instructive history of India. R.C. Majumdar states: If we need to pick one single variable which helped more than others in realizing the considerable change in India in the nineteenth century, we can with no delay indicate the English advanced education. SK Habib"Effects of English on Pattern of Education System 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/ijtsrd9673.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/9673/effects-of-english-on-pattern-of-education-system-in-india/sk-habib
Adult Bochdalek Hernia - A Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Haripriya . M, Dr. Kesavi . D, Dr. Veena Lakshmi . P We report a case with Bochdalek hernia. During routine dissection for the first year MBBS students, a left sided Bochdalek hernia was recognized in a 55 year old adult female cadaver, in the Department of Anatomy, Sri RamachandraMedical College and Research Institute, Chennai.The Bochdalek hernia, also known as a postero-lateral diaphragmatic hernia, is the most common manifestation of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, accounting for more than 95% of cases.The majority of Bochdalek hernias (80-85%)are present on the left side of the diaphragm.Bochdalek hernias unusually remain asymptomatic until adulthood and present as critical surgical emergency.The symptoms are non-specific, intermittent, vague and varies from chest pain, difficulty in breathing, abdominal pain to intestinal obstruction. Knowledge regarding Bochdaleks hernia plays an important role in clinical practice by gastro-enterologists, surgeons and pulmonologists.
TEACHING OPTICS PERSPECTIVES: 10-11 YEAR OLD PUPILS' REPRESENTATIONS OF LIGHT published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Alyona Grigorovitch The light is a distinct entity in the area, independent sources that produce it and the effects it causes during its spread. In a number of researches focused on mental representations of light that are children from 5 to 16 years found that these representations are often incompatible with the scientific model. 96children (46 boys and 50 girls) participated in this research where we studied representations of children 10-11 years on the light. As a technique of research we chose the directive individual interview. The results of the research show that children of 10-11years, use different categories of representations for the light
PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS, ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIHYALURONIDASE ACTIVITY OF THREE INDIGENOUS MEDICINAL PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Asha Gangadharan1*; Elizabeth Jacob1; Densely Jose2 Medicinal plants in traditional systems of medicines produce a diverse range of bioactive molecules, making them a rich source of drugs. In this study phytochemical analysis of medicinally important plants like Aloe vera, Leucas aspira and Biophytum sensitivum and their antibacterial and antihyaluronidase effect were studied. The effect of alcoholic and aqueous extracts of extracts on different microorganisms were done by Kirby Bohr agar well diffusion assay and the inhibition on bovine testicular hyaluronidase was tested by Elson Morgan assay. Phytochemical analysis of the alcoholic extracts of plant extracts revealed the presence of alkaloids, proteins, steroids & terpenoids, in addition to carbohydrate, flavonoids, phenolic compounds and oils in aqueous extract. The antibacterial assay showed that all the ethanolic extracts had profound anti bacterial activity at lowest minimum inhibitory concentration and the zone of inhibition increased with increase in concentration of extract. Leucas aspera, Biophytum and Aloevera had significant activity against Klebsiella, S.aureus and Bacillus. The MIC and MBC studies showed that the extracts were bacteriostatic at lower concentrations and bactericidal at higher concentrations. The percentage of inhibition of alcoholic and aqueous extracts on the activity of Bovine Testicular Hyaluronidase at concentrations 5, 10, 15 mg/ml was found to be 71.80%, 81.43%, 94.29% and 79.22%, 87.48% and 91.31% respectively for A. vera and 38.21%, 43.05%, 59.45% inhibition and 73.51%,79% and 96.43% inhibition respectively for B sensitivum and 56.54, 73.24, 88.33 and 11.67, 29.97 and 33.32% for Leucas aspira respectively. The study of potent antibacterial and anti hyaluronidase activity confirmed the potential of Leucas aspira, A.vera and B.sensitivum as anti-allergic, contraceptives, anticancer, anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritis agent.
Immunohistochemical Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Cases with Prognostic Markers: ER, PR & HER2/1 Neu. published in

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Arup Bhaumik, Shikha Das, Sandeep Roy Sarkar, Payel Chakraborty, Biswajit Chowdhury Immunohistochemistry is increasingly used in the assessment of markers for breast cancer prognosis. A hospital based study was done to scrutinize the various histopathological facets of breast cancer patients along with endocrine therapy. The size of the sample was 55, ranging in age group between 22 to 70 years female patients of Tripura. The most common scoring method used was the H-score which takes into consideration the staining intensity in conjunction with the percentage of cells staining positively in breast carcinoma tissue.They were further divided into estrogen receptor sensitivity, progesterone receptor sensitivity and HER2/neu sensitivity. Results are presented to formulate ultimately a strategy for sustainable integrative model in the management of breast cancer. Our study supports IHC classification as a clinical tool,since ER, PR & HER2/neu testing is widely available at a reasonable cost.
ANTIINFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF TUBER OF RUELLIA TUBEROSA L. (ACANTHACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Natesan Rajendrakumar1, Karuppanan Vasantha1, Antony Nishanthini2 and Veerabahu Ramasamy Mohan*2 In the present study, tuber of Ruellia tuberosa was extracted with ethanol and evaluated for antiinflammatory activity in rats using a carrageenan induced paw edema method. Ethanol extract exhibits potent antiinflammatory activity at 400mg/kg at 3hr administration is compared with reference standard drug, Indomethacin. Observed pharmacological activity in the present study provides scientific validation of ethnomedicinal use of this plant in treating acute inflammation.
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International Review of Basic and Applied Sciences

Published by Academy of IRMBR
NOVEL 6-IODO-3H-QUINAZOLIN-4-ONE DERIVATIVES: CLASS OF PHARMACEUTICAL ACTIVE SCAFFOLD published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Gaman Barat* Quinazolinone, a hetetocyclic compound, has been extensively studied and used in certain specific biological activities. 3H-quinazolin-4 one and its derivative constitute an important class of fused heterocycles that are found in more than 200 naturally occurring alkaloids. With passage of time newer and more complex variants of quinazolinone structure are being discovered. Novel scaffold of 3H-quinazolin-4 one was synthesized by the base catalysed cyclisation of cromenamodo with 3:5-dinitrophenyl hydrazine hydrate. The overall reaction was conventional multistep process. The structure of synthesized compounds was confirmed on the basis of elemental analysis, IR and NMR spectra results. The pharmacological studies of title compounds were screened for s.aureus, b.subtilis gram positive bacteria, E. coli, P.aeruginosa gram negative bacteria and A.niger, C. albican plant pathogens for antifungal activity in vitro by disc diffusion method. The strength of synthesized compounds was compared with standard drug.
PERFORMANCE OF DNA OF SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT BIOMPHALARIA ALEXANDRINA SNAILS AS IMMUNOGENS IN SCHISTOSOMA MANSONI INFECTED MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manal A. Hamed*, Hanan F. Aly, Sanaa A. Ali, Nagy S. El-Rigal, Nadia S. Metwally, Samir H. Haggag, Maha Z. Rizk. The aim of the present work is to evaluate the role of DNA of either susceptible or resistant Biomphalaria alexandrina snails as a vaccine in Schistosoma mansoni infected mice. The evaluation was done through estimation of parasitological, biochemical and histopathological parameters in S. mansoni infected mice liver. The results revealed that malondialdehyde (MDA), xanthin oxidase (OX), glucose-6-phosphatase (G-6Pase), acid phosphatase (AP) and 5` nucleoprotein (5`Nu) are significantly increased in S. mansoni infected mice, while glutathione (GSH), vitamin C and E, glutathione reductase (GR), superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase, succinate and lactate dehydrogenase (SDH & LDH) showed significant reduction after infection. Alternation of the energetic parameters (ATP, ADP, AMP, phosphate potentials, inorganic phosphate), amino acid fractions and LDH isoenzymes were also noticed. The work was extended to measure ova and worm counts as well as the histopathological picture of liver. Vaccination of S. mansoni infected mice with DNA of either susceptible or resistant snails, recorded amelioration levels of the selected parameters by variable degrees. In conclusion, we found that the DNA of susceptible snails was more effective in protecting against schistosomiasis. Further examinations of the DNA constituents must be performed to identify the specific target responsible for protection against infection.
Acute Haemorrhagic Pancreatitis Leading to Sudden Unexpected Death - A Case Report and Review of Literature published in

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Shetty CK1*, Shetty SS2 Sudden death in young individuals is relatively uncommon and acute haemorrhagic pancreatitis as a cause of sudden and unexpected death is a rare phenomenon. The possible causal link between damage to the heart and acute pancreatitis and other pancreatic diseases has been considered in both adults and children, particularly in cases of sudden, unexpected death. However, the cardiac pathological findings so far reported in the literature are neither specific enough, nor of a kind to prove a direct pancreatic pathogenesis. A case of sudden death due to fatal myocardial infarction secondary to acute haemorrhagic pancreatitis is reported in a young male who was found dead at his house. The condition was discovered only at autopsy.
Effects of Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy on Flap Perfusion in a Novel Mouse Model Using Standard Clinical Assessment and Near-Infrared Fluorescence Angiography published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

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Tushar Ramesh, Lindsay S Moore, Neel Patel, Kiranya Tipirneni, Jason M Warram, Jillian R Richter, Erika M Walsh, Geoffrey P Aaron, Anthony B Morlandt, Brian B Hughley and Eben L Rosenthal* Purpose: Minimizing surgical morbidity after local flap reconstruction is important in the management of cutaneous defects. Controversy exists in current literature regarding the effects of radiation and chemotherapy on flap perfusion. Neoadjuvant treatments can damage the microvasculature of the surgical bed through fibrosis, endothelial cell damage, and reduced cell proliferation, which collectively increase the likelihood of postoperative flap failure. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of neoadjuvant radiation and chemotherapy on skin flap perfusion. Methods: Animals were divided into three groups: control (no treatment, n=4), radiation group (36- Gy administered to dorsal skin, n=4), and chemotherapy group (2 mg/kg IP cisplatin, n=4). Treatments were performed 15 days prior to random-pattern dorsal flap surgery, with a flap length-to-width ratio of 4:1 (4x1cm2). Flap perfusion was assessed via laser-assisted (Luna, Novadaq) indocyanine green dye angiography and standard clinical assessment. Results: Fluorescence imaging was used to quantify flap perfusion as a fraction of healthy skin perfusion. Chemotherapy group flaps had poorer distal end perfusion than radiation or control group flaps (56% vs. 69% and 71%, respectively) on post-operative day (POD) 1. Clinical assessment of flap perfusion by experienced surgeons on POD2 found chemotherapy group fl aps to be least viable. By POD5, 100% of chemotherapy group flaps had experienced complete flap loss as measured by clinical evaluation and perfusion imaging. Conclusion: Flaps receiving neoadjuvant chemotherapy performed worse than those receiving local radiotherapy or no treatment. We demonstrate the detrimental effect of neoadjuvant chemotherapy on fl ap viability in this pre clinical murine model.
OPERA AND OPERETTA. SIMILARITIES AND CONTRASTS published in

International Journal of Communication Research

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Floren?a Nicoleta MARINESCU Lyrical theatre is an infinite resource of communication between the audience and the artists. Based on its musical and vocal primal instruments it has been reaching out to public of all social classes throughout history. This universal artistic language is expressed on stage through various representations expanding in different genres and subcategories, defined by their historic periods and ages. This communication is realized through the human voice; this wonderful and mysterious weapon of artistic creation cannot be tuned to the standards of physical playable instruments, but can surely be the vessel that brings the audience an emotional and powerful experience. This form of artistic performance is full of spiritual and timeless emotion. No doubt a great contribution to cultural life to many civilizations of the world, its message is direct and always straightforward aimed at audiences all around the globe.
MOLECULAR DOCKING AND MUTATIONAL STUDIES OF HUMAN SURFACTANT PROTEIN D published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Lubna Nousheen, Akkiraju PavanChand, Sreenivas Enaganti Surfactant protein-D (SP-D) is C-type lectin which is synthesized in various parts of the body, SP-D play a key role in the auto immune disorders and lung infections and also helpful in the postnatal pregnancy these also plays an active role in the host-defense mechanisms. In the host defense mechanism SP-D binds with various micro-organisms and other particles that enter the human body and act against the microorganisms. In our present study we targeted on the interactions of surfactant protein D with the lipid molecules where their interaction plays an important role in the defense mechanism. In our study lipid molecules were docked against the SP-D protein and interaction studies were carried-out. We have generated mutations at sites F335G and R343V and interactions of the lipids with the mutated protein molecules was studied. Among the wild and the mutant protein molecules mutant protein F335G showed highest interaction with the lipid molecule distearoylphosphatidylcholine with a CDocker energy of 94.726. These studied showed that mutant molecules are showing highest binding with the lipid molecules when compared to the wild protein molecule. Among all ligand molecules chosen distearoylphosphatidylcholine showed highest interaction followed by dilaurylphosphatidylcholine, dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine and tocopherol showed the least binding affinity with both wild and the mutant protein molecules.
Indian sparrows on the brink of extinction: population dynamics combined with ecological changes published in

International Journal of Renewable Energy and Environmental Engineering

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Vasanth Kamath, Asish Oommen Mathew, Lewlyn L. R. Rodrigues The Indian sparrow, popularly known as the House sparrow (Passer domesticus indicus), is the most wide spread subspecies of the sparrow family (Passer domesticus) in India. Of late, due to its vanishing numbers the bird has lost prominence. These birds are termed as the indicators of the environmental health and their decline is a warning signal to all of us. This research paper attempts to use the concept of System Dynamics to explain the reason as to why these dramatic changes in the house sparrow population have occurred in the last few years, and demonstrate it through Causal loop diagrams. Specifically, it explores the structural characteristics of the house sparrow population, focusing on feeding and breeding. It also discusses certain measures like the effect of implementation of bio-fertilizers, and the creation of awareness to develop an ecosystem where they can continue to co-exist in harmony and not follow the dodo trail.
Analysis of Water Quality Using Physico-chemical Parameters of Mula-Mutha River, Pune (Maharashtra) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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S.D.Jadhav | M.S. Jadhav We wants to present an extensive work on physico-chemical parameters of water samples of Mula-Mutha river at Pune (Maharashtra). Water samples under investigations were collected from Khadkwasla dam to Sangam Bridge during pre monsoon (April “ May2016) monsoon (July “ August2016) and post monsoon (October “ November2016) seasons. The observed values of different physico-chemical parameters like pH, DO, BOD, COD, Chloride, Nitrate, Sulphate, Calcium, Magnesium and Hardness, etc. of samples were compared with standard values recommended by world health organization (WHO). The Mula-Mutha River water in Pune had deteriorated in quality. Its biological oxygen demand, an indicator of organic pollution, has risen to over 30 mg/l, more than ten times the permissible limits for bathing. Municipal Corporation is currently supplying water sufficient for the projected population. More water means more sewage, beyond the quantum its sewage treatment plants can treat. As a result there is greater pollution loads discharged in to the Mula-Mutha, two rivers that confluence within city limits and serve to flush away Punes excreta. All the physico - chemical parameters for pre monsoon, monsoon and post monsoon seasons are within the highest desirable or maximum permissible limit set by WHO except some of the parameters like DO, BOD,COD, chloride, calcium, magnesium and hardness. S.D.Jadhav | M.S. Jadhav"Analysis of Water Quality Using Physico-chemical Parameters of Mula-Mutha River, Pune (Maharashtra)" 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/ijtsrd2509.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/analytical-chemistry/2509/analysis-of-water-quality-using-physico-chemical-parameters-of-mula-mutha-river-pune-maharashtra/sdjadhav
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ANTIDANDRUFF HAIR GEL FOR TREATMENT OF SEBORRHOEIC DERMATITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S.P. Dhamane*, N.V. Tayade, V.V. Potnis, A.S. Kulkarni1 and A.S. Gadekar Seborrhoeic dermatitis is a chronic, non inflammatory condition of the scalp that is characterized by excessive scaling of scalp tissue. Dandruff may be a symptom of more serious problem, such as scalp become thick or yellowish colour seborrheic dermatitis. Various Antifungal agents are widely used in hair shampoos for the treatment of dandruff. These products show temporary effect for span of hours in a day on the scalp. Therefore, an attempt has been made for formulation of Fluconazole and Tea tree oil anti-dandruff gel which may give antidandruff action for number of hours. Placebo formulations were prepared by using different concentrations of carbopol 940, glycerine as a humectant and allantoin as a anti-irritant. All formulations were evaluated for physical appearance, pH, viscosity, extrudability, spradability. Based on viscosity, spreadability, extrudability formulation CGA8 containing 0.6% carbopol 940, glycerine and allantoin was selected as best formulation for addition of fluconazole and tea tree oil. The formulation FTCGA8 (containing 2% Fluconazole and 5% Tea tree oil) and TCGA8 (containing 5% Tea tree oil) shows good drug release than FCGA8 as it contains 2% fluconazole only. Antifungal activity shows that formulation FTCGA8 and TCGA8 shows higher efficacy.
Sistem Penunjang Keputusan Pemilihan Guru Terbaik dengan Metode TOPSIS (Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution) Studi Kasus: SDN Bendungan Hilir 01 Pagi Jakarta Pusat published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Hendri Ardiansyah Tugas utama guru adalah mendidik; mengajar; membimbing; mengarahkan; melatih; menilai; dan mengevaluasi peserta didiknya. Guru berprestasi adalah guru yang memiliki kemampuan melaksanakan tugas; keberhasilan dalam melaksanakan tugas; memiliki kepribadian yang sesuai dengan profesi guru dan memiliki wawasan kependidikan. Sistem pendukung keputusan atau Decision Support System (DSS) merupakan suatu sistem yang dapat membantu dalam pengambilan keputusan pada sebuah organisasi atau perusahaan dengan menerapkan metode yang sesuai dengan bidang keputusan yang diambil; Pengambilan keputusan secara manual tanpa bantuan SPK akan menghasilkan penilaian yang tidak objektif dan tidak tepat. Metode Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) merupakan salah satu metode pengambilan keputusan multi kriteria dengan menerapkan bobot nilai pada setiap kriterianya. Pemilihan metode TOPSIS ini dibandingkan dengan metode SPK yang lain yaitu metode ini menggunakan prinsip bahwa alternatif yang terpilih harus mempunyai jarak terdekat dari solusi ideal positif dan jarak terjauh dari solusi ideal negatif. Sistem yang dibuat memungkinkan pihak sekolah untuk menentukan aspek penilaian berdasarkan kriteria sesuai dengan kebutuhan dari sekolah tersebut sehingga lebih fleksibel. Sistem pendukung keputusan dengan metode TOPSIS ini diharapkan dapat membantu dalam pemilihan guru terbaik.
Indigenous Lepcha Tribal Association: Its Role in Upholding the Cultural Identity of the Lepchas in West Bengal published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Shera Pandi Molommu It is well known that when a culture dies a race ceases to exist, following this trend it has often been lamented that the Lepchas are a dying race. This has been amply documented by the title of eminent Lepcha scholar Arthur Fonings book Lepchas: My Vanishing Tribe. With the help of this study we will try to take a glimpse at the commendable work being carried out by the Indigenous Lepcha Tribal Association in guiding and forging the Lepchas into a strong tribal organisation, upholding old cultural traditions and acting as a medium between the common Lepchas and the Government. We will see how this dying race has been given a new lease of life not by circumstance but by the tireless efforts of this organisation.
TELEVISION AND RADIO IN UKRAINE: THE INTERSECTION OF HISTORY AND PRESENT TIME published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Igor Volodymyrovych Stepura The article attempts to find and concretize the international context of the history of TV and radio broadcasting in Ukraine. The electronic mass media in Ukraine were under strong influence of external cultures and traditions. However, they had managed to preserve their identity and even offered an original TV format produce games-simulations on TV.
Security Attacks in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks A Literature Survey published in

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T. Navaneethan, M. Lalli A MANET (Mobile Ad-hoc Network) is a collection of autonomous nodes or terminals that communicate with each other by forming a multi-hop radio network and maintaining connectivity in a decentralized manner. A MANET is a most promising and rapidly growing technology and it have become a very popular research topic in recent years. Wireless networks are vulnerable to security attacks, which allows for many other forms of attacks on the networks. By providing communications in the absence of a fixed infra-structure MANETs are an attractive technology for many applications such as rescue operations, tactical operations, environmental monitoring, conferences, and the like. Security is a major concern for protected communication between mobile nodes in an unfriendly environment. MANET has no clear line of defense, so, it is accessible to both legitimate network users and malicious attackers. In the presence of malicious nodes, one of the main challenges in MANET is to design the robust security solution that can protect MANET from various attacks such as spoofing, black hole, worm hole, flooding, eavesdropping and so on. This paper provides different kinds of attacks in MANET.
Indoor Air Quality and Health Hazards of Rural Women published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Swati Srivastava, Ritu Singhvi Air Quality is generally described as a combination of the physical & chemical that make air a healthful resource for man, animals & plants. It enables man to continue his domestic, social, industrial & recreational activities. The physical & chemical characteristic of air is constantly changing. Natural forces are responsible for physical changes, while chemical changes are caused mainly by the human activities. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a term which refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Indoor air quality can be affected by gases (including carbonmonoxide, radon,volatile), particulates, microbial contaminants(mold, bacteria), or any mass or energy stressor that can induce adverse health conditions. Rural women spend the majority of their time indoors, where they face significant health risks due to repeated exposure to air pollutants in their homes. Exposure to these pollutants can lead to numerous immediate and long-term health problems.
Inclusion- The Right of Every Child. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Reshmi Ramachandran, Dr. G. Subramonian 10% of the worlds population lives with a disability, and 80% of these people with disabilities live in developing countries. Globally, children with disabilities count for one-third of all children out-of-school. Inclusive education is built around the goals and ideologies of the social model. Education is just one of the many sections of society to which the social model applies; and inclusion in education means removing the barriers in the classroom and school so that students of all ability levels are included in the same lesson. India is one among the few countries all over world where the education of children with disability doesnt fall within the perview of human resource development ministry but under the ministry of social justice and empowerment. There are many schemes, acts and conventions formed in favour of disabled children. In this paper an attempt is made to discusses about the various schemes , acts and conventions that have been formed for the empowerment of disabled children with more emphasis on education. Awareness about these schemes and convention is required by the disabled to ensure that their rights are safeguarded.
Comparative Evaluation of the Efficacy of Three Different Dental Materials in Sealing Furcation Perforation an in-Vitro Study published in

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Dhanya Narasimhan, Priyadarshini Hegde, Mithra . N. Hegde Aim- To compare the sealing ability of Biodentin ,MTA Angelus, and GIC to repair furcation perforation when used with and without an internal matrix ( collagen) | Materials and Methodology : Eighty extracted human mandibular first molars were divided into two control groups (n=10),and three experimental groups (n=20) according to the repair material used i.e Biodentine, MTA- Angelus and GIC . Each experimental group was divided into two subgroups (n=10) according to whether internal matrix was used or not before perforation repair. The efficacy f repair material was assess using dye extraction method using absorption spectrophotometer | Results: Biodentin with interal matrix (0.109) and MTA-Angelus(0.115) with internal matrix showed least dye leakage .GIC with(0.18)and without internal matrix(0.19) showed most dye absorbance . Biodentin (0.134) and MTA Angelus (0.144) showed intermediate dye absorbance . | Conclusion :Collagen as internal matrix membrane improves the sealing ability of MTA and BIODENTIN which also have better perforation sealing ability than GIC
Solar Panel Dual Management System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Sumant Khetan | Mr. Akshay Irkar | Mr. Akash Kanase | Mr. Akash Karne | Prof. Anand V. Sutar As we know that use of solar energy is increasing day by day so there should be efficient use of solar energy. But due to pollution there is wastage of energy i.e. due to deposition of soil on solar panel .so there is always need to clean the solar panel in fixed days. but some time there is no desirable amount of soil deposited on panel which can decrease the power upto certain level but the company or organization has to pay the cleaner for his visit. And theft cases of solar panel are also increasing day by day. so our project is a solution for this. Mr. Sumant Khetan | Mr. Akshay Irkar | Mr. Akash Kanase | Mr. Akash Karne | Prof. Anand V. Sutar"Solar Panel Dual Management System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11041.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/11041/solar-panel-dual-management-system/mr-sumant-khetan
Evaluation of sorghum genotypes for physiological characters under different soils published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.V. NIRMAL, S.R. GADAKH AND A.R. GAIKWAD* Sixteen Rabi sorghum genotypes including four checks were evaluated for physiological characterization under medium and shallow soils at Sorghum Improvement Project, MPKV, Rahuri during Rabi seasons viz., 2008-09- 2009-10 and 2010-11 in Randomized Block Design with three replications. Results indicated the presence of larger amount of variability among Rabi sorghum genotypes for morpho-physiological and yield contributing characters. Therefore, it was concluded that the variations in grain and fodder yield on medium soil due to different genotypes were statistically significant. The genotype RSV 1037 (2705 kg/ha) produced significantly higher grain yield over the high yielding check Phule Chitra (2374 kg/ha). The grain yield was positively correlated with biomass at harvest, harvest index (HI %), stomatal resistance, PAR, grain no./panicle, 1000 grain weight., RLWC %, earhead exertion %, stay green at physiological maturity, per day production of grain and fodder and fodder yield and negatively correlated with leaf temperature difference, CSI and stomatal frequency, stomatal conductance, transpiration and rate of water loss and on shallow soils the variations in grain and fodder yield due to different genotypes were statistically significant. None of the genotypes was found significantly superior over the check Phule Anuradha (1303 kg/ha) for grain yield. The grain yield was positively correlated with LAI, biomass at maturity, stomatal resistance, PAR, harvest index %, grains /panicle, 1000-grain weight., RLWC %, earhead exertion %, stay green at physiological maturity, per day production of grain and fodder yield and negatively correlated with leaf temperature and transpiration rate, CSI, stomatal frequency and stomatal conductance.
Systemc Model Based I2c Testing Using Socket Programming published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Sudhir Rajput, Rathina Balan Thalaiappan, Tamal Saha, T. P. Mithun In this paper we propose a method to test a device driver even before the fully functional virtual platform is available for testing. We setup an Intel modem baseband chip build environment and using socket programming test the SystemC model of I2C. SystemC model gives the same behavior as the hardware. All the target test cases are directly executed on the SystemC model. This speeds up the driver development process and maximum possible verification of driver is done even before the hardware is ready. I2C is a multi-master, multi-slave, single-ended serial communication bus, it is used for connecting peripherals to processors in embedded systems. Socket programming is used for the communication between the I2C driver and the SystemC model. SystemC is a set of C++ classes and macros which are used for hardware simulation.
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
L-Z Source based Diode Clamped MLI for multilevel generation published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
Pulugujju Srinivasa Rao, T. Srinivasa Rao Multilevel inverters (MLI) have the capability of producing less distorted ac voltages across its output terminals. The output available across any MLI is a stepped sine wave. Among the available configurations diode clamped topology has the ability of providing reverse recovery ability for the switches. So in this project a new converter topology based on Z-Source configuration combined with a diode clamped multilevel is proposed. Usually classical Z-Source inverters contain a diode, capacitors and inductors for boosting the voltage. The Z-Source inverters suffer with inrush currents and resonance. The disadvantages of these capacitors are eliminated with the help of a new circuit comprising of inductors and diodes. The Z-Source of the network contains only inductors. The Z-Source acts like a current source and is cascaded with a diode clamped multilevel inverter. The main advantage of this configuration is that size of the filter is minimized and has the ability of producing least distortion in output current when the system is operated with lagging power factor loads. The proposed circuit is modelled and simulated using MATLAB. Total harmonic distortion levels are estimated with and without filters when supplying resistive and combination of resistive and inductive loads.
Pancreatic Pseudocyst in Hypertriglyceridemia A Case Report. published in

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Dr. Muthukumaran Jagannathan, Dr. Anirudhan A We report a case of 4 yr old male child presenting with history of epigastric pain and abdominal distension. He was diagnosed to have pancreatic pseudo cyst by USG abdomen. On further evaluation the child was found to be a case of Hypertriglyceridemia. There was no history of similar illness in the past. Hypertriglyceridemia usually presents as recurrent pancreatitis. There is no reported case of pancreatic pseudo cyst and Hypertriglyceridemia in children in the literature. We report such a case with discussion on current trends in the diagnosis and management of acute pancreatitis in children.
CFRP Strips on Punching Shear Strength Development of Bubble Deck Slab published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Comparison of Job Satisfaction Between Fresher and Experienced Employees of Private Manufacturing Company published in

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Dr (Mrs) Meenu Kumar Job satisfaction of employees is one of the most researched topic as the employees are treated as an asset today and their satisfaction or dissatisfaction echoes outside making or marring the image of organization. There are many factors such as working condition like basic facilities and hygiene etc, financial benefits offered by company, working environment of work place, work itself, growth opportunity and management commitments responsible for the satisfaction or dissatisfaction of the employees. The present study compares the satisfaction of fresher and experienced employees on abovementioned factors. The result indicates that fresher are more satisfied on every factor except on financial benefits offered by company including salary
Acciones programticas relacionadas con el diagnstico precoz y seguimiento de pacientes con tuberculosis en dos localidades de Bogot. Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Alba Idaly Muoz Snchez, Ana Helena Puerto Guerrero Introduction: tuberculosis is considered a significant disease in public health because is the second most deadly infectious disease in the world. Objective: identify and evaluate programmatic actions related to early diagnosis and monitoring of patients with tuberculosis in two districts of Bogot. Methodology: cross-sectional study using a data collection tool applied to health workers (doctors, nurses, nursing assistants), the various institutions provide health services-IPS, two localities of Bogot, Colombia. Ethical issues were preserved. Results: in developing the study strengths and weaknesses in relation to the actions of Tuberculosis Control Program on personal health were evident. They attended 14 public and private IPS, and 273 workers. Some of the findings were identified: 52% of health workers who participated in this research, conducted fieldwork contacts continuously. Regarding the percentage of monitoring the patient who was told smear microscopy, we found that only 34% of health workers always verified monitoring, and 41% for respiratory symptomatic smear ordered inexorably. Conclusions: programmatic actions related to the diagnosis and monitoring should be strengthened, especially concerning the early detection of epidemiological field research, strategies and monitoring timely care to patients and their contacts.
SAFETY ANALYSIS AND RISK ASSESSMENT FOR BRIDGES HEALTH MONITORING WITH MONTE CARLO METHODS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Hao Yang 1,2 , Xiangyang Xu 2* With the increasing requirements of building safety in the past few decades, healthy monitoring and risk assessment of structures is of mo re and more importance. Especially since traffic loads are heavier, risk Assessment for bridges are essential. In this paper we take advantage of Monte Carlo Methods to analysis the safety of bridge and monitoring the destructive risk. One main goal of hea lth monitoring is to reduce the risk of unexpected damage of artificial objects
THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF SOCIAL AND LABOUR RELATIONS IN MARKET CONDITIONS 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�
Lanchenko Yevgeniy Purpose of the study covers the theoretical issues of industrial relations in a market economy. The aim of work is substantiation of theoretical propositions the functioning of social and labour relations in socially oriented market economy. Methods of work: historical; abstract and logical, system approach. Results of work: considered theoretical approaches before understanding of social and labour relations and their development in the market, presented the author's definition of «social and labour relations» and its actuality in use of modern economy, formed categorical apparatus development social and labour relations. Practical implications: earning process in higher education, forming reference books; further applied economic research. Conclusions: having considered the essence social and labour relations, clarified their notion and interests their parties. Citing the term «industrial relations», «economic relations» and «social and labour relations», their use by scientists and practitioners established that the latter is narrower concept and includes social and labour issues in the formation and development of the social market economy. Social and labour relations are key the throughout complex economic and social relations, so the notions of labour issues form the categorical apparatus development social and labour relations as a system.
Perception on Customer Satisfaction Regarding Innovative Services Among Selected Banks in Madurai City Towards CRM published in

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Dr. K. Malik Ali Customer satisfaction is the sum total of customer expression of the service quality. Banks should know the perception of customers on innovative service to enable for improvement of quality of services. This paper focuses on customer perception on innovative service satisfaction towards CRM among selected banks in Madurai city. The required primary data were collected through structured questionnaire and the sample size of respondents was taken from eight selected banks at the rate of sixty customers from each bank. The findings reveal that regarding bank wise innovative customer service satisfaction, the highest satisfaction accounted for HDFC bank.
PROTECTION, UTILIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH MAST STREET LIGHT IN RURAL AREA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bhagawati Chandra , Miss Anjali Karsh High Mast Light gives the several cost effective advantages and cost is a major issue for rural area general services. This project illustrates the theoretical basis and the analytical development of the high mast lighting poles. In the late 1960‟s, studies were conducted to investigate the impact that high-mast lighting gives on traffic performance, driver visibility, and illumination costs. It was found that increasing the height of the lighting offered a noticeable advantage in that it provided drivers with increased uniformity of illumination and brightness while minimizing discomfort and disability glare. In this turn, it`s led to a reduced number of visibility related accidents. Also, lighting is a major requirement when we deal with working at the opencast mining. In opencast mining, the efficient lighting system is required while working during dark hours. In the present work, a new system of light mast tower is proposed & designed which increases the usability of the existing light mast towers. In this solution, each light mast is given a particular position to its vertical & horizontal axis which sets the light to focus in any particular area and direction to cover target area with minimum power and resource.
Confronting the challanges and barriers to community participation in rural development initiatives in Buhera district, Ward 12 Zimbabwe published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Ephraim Chifamba Community participation in rural development is widely recognized as a basic operational principle of rural development, although debates about this concept are fervent. Beneficiaries of community projects have been seen as consumers of services, and their role in rural development has been accorded less importance. Community participation has been limited to consultation, thereby stifling the creative capabilities and potential of community members at all levels of the society. A descriptive case study design was used to collect primary data in addition to secondary data. Questionnaires were administered to participants selected through proportionate sampling to ensure representation and stratification at all levels. Two hundred respondents were interviewed. The data collected was analyzed numerically and descriptively and is presented in the sum of text and tables. The study revealed that there is relatively low degree of community influence or control over organizations in which community members participate, especially given that the services are usually controlled by people who are not poor or recipients of services. Community members are usually going through an empty ritual of participation; hence they have no real power needed to affect the outcome of rural development process. The study noted that participatory rural development has no predetermined outcomes; it can lead to transformation and change in the social patterns and sometimes it perpetuates and trigger the antithesis of community liberation, devolution and distribution of power among various stakeholders. Thus, the form of participation in rural development initiatives in Buhera has transformed and modified the relations of power that objectify and subjugate people, leaving them without a voice. The study recommended that community participation should be centered on the role of the community as primary actors who should be allowed and enabled to influence and share the responsibility (and possibly costs) of rural development process. Keywords: Community Participation, Rural Development, Decentralization, Sustainable Development, Zimbabwe
Varietal response to different levels of fertility and biofertilizers on yield and quality of summer green gram (Vigna radiata L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.V. SHELKE*, V.V. SONANI, V.P. GAIKWAD1 AND S.S. RASKAR2 The field experiment on varietal response to different levels of fertility and bio-fertilizers on yield and quality of summer green gram was conducted on sandy loam soil at Pulses Research Station, Model Farm, Anand Agricultural University, Vadodara, Gujarat during summer season of the year 2009-10.The variety V2 (Meha) produced significantly higher seed and stover yield by 8.60 and 11.59 per cent, respectively as compared to the variety V1 (GM-4). The yield and yield attributes as well as protein content in seed increased significantly with increase in fertility levels up to 75 % RDF (30-15-0 kg NPK ha-1 ) except number of pods plant-1which was increased only up to 50 % RDF (20-10-0 kg NPK ha-1 ). Seed treatment of Rhizobium + PSB significantly improved the seed and stover yields as well as protein content in seed as compared to control.
SMART POWER MONITORING & ANALYSIS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mostly in college campus, appliances like light and fan are manually controlled which leads to power wastage. They are left ON even if there is no usage. Our aim is to develop a way to keep a track of each and every appliance in the college and monitor all appliance energy consumption parameters on a handheld Android device. By making a smart automated controlling system for appliances we can save the power by huge amount. Providing a solution for preventing the wastage of power in a comfortable and cost effective way. This System will give real-time feedback on the energy usage and what it costs and also will provide with direct comparison between the manual and the automated system in a graph format and according to the statistics obtained actions will be taken. This system also gives statistical information and will help generate a chart of power consumed during various period of time (hourly, daily, monthly, yearly) and also on the departmental basis of campus. Most conventional prepaid power meters currently installed in households only display the total real time usage of its power and the amount of electricity available. There is no way to see what the days, weeks or months consumption was on these meters and often these power meters are placed in an inconvenient location which makes regular viewing somewhat difficult. These power meters also lack the ability to monitor appliances individually;thus hiding vital information about individual appliances.
Does Organizational Spirituality Predict Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among Employees? published in

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Salim balouch*, Abdolghayoum Raeissi, Habibollah Rezaeian, Abdoljalil Chakarzahi The main objective of this study is to examine whether organizational spirituality predicts emotional intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) among the employees of Islamic Azad University of Chabahar in the academic year 2014-2015. The present study is an applied research project and, in terms of research topics and objectives, is conducted with a descriptive/correlational design. The statistical population of the study is comprised of all the employees of Islamic Azad University of Chabahar. Due to its limited volume, the whole target population was included as the sample population. For data collection, we deployed the Standard Workplace Spirituality Scale by Milliman et al. (2003), to assess workplace spirituality, the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal by Bradberry and Greaves (2004) to assess emotional intelligence, and the Standard Organizational Citizenship Behavior Questionnaire by Oregon and Kanevsky (1996) to assess organizational citizenship behavior with reliability coefficients of 0.91, 0.70 and 0.92, respectively. Collected data were analyzed on the level of inferential statistics (Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, and multiple regression analysis). The results showed that there is a significant positive relationship between organizational spirituality on the one hand and emotional intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior in university employees on the other. In other words, organizational spirituality predicts emotional intelligence and organizational citizenship behavior among university employees.
mathematical modeling and simulation of an observer based state feedback controller of a statcomto improve the voltage stability of power system published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Papia Chakraborty and Satadeepa Bhaumik Power demand in India is increasing significantly day by day due to the growing population, dynamic economic growth and modernization. To meet such large and growing power needs our power system is facing power quality problems inform of low power factor, poor voltage profile, voltage fluctuations, voltage sag/swell etc. So it is indeed very essential to improve the power transfer capability of existing networks. Installation of FACTS device in existing transmission network is an alternative way to strengthen power transmission capability. A static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) is one of the FACTS devices which is used to control the reactive power and it has also the ability to regulate the grid voltage. Different control techniques are in use to control the amount of reactive power to be injected or supplied by the STATCOM. In this paper, an OBSERVER based state feedback controller is proposed for STATCOM to improve the voltage stability. Mathematical modeling for the controller is also illustrated here. Simulation of observer based state feedback control of STATCOM is performed in MATLAB/SIMULINK. The simulation result depicts the satisfactory performance of STATCOM with proposed controller during three phases to ground fault condition.
Motor fitness among indian and iranian students a- cross sectional study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Majid Hashemi This paper aims to compare the motor development of Indian and Iranian boy′s student between the age of 13 and 18 years in explosive leg power case. The focus is on the relationship between age and motor behavior which makes the study of motor development unique from other viewpoints. Motor development includes age related changes in both posture and movement, the two basic ingredient of motor behavior. The results portrayed by means of statistical tests and standard method of sampling.
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.
Molecular Docking and Cytotoxic Activity of 1, 8-naphthyridine derivatives in Human Lung Cancer published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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S. Thilagam, Dr. S. P. Rajendran The Naphthyridine family seeks an attention due to its antibacterial and anticancer properties.In present study the effect of 9-methoxy benzo[b][1,8] Naphthyridin-2(1H)-one has been synthesized and tested for its potential anticancer property against lung cancer . The proteins ALK, EGFR, KRAS , RET and ROSI which are responsible for causing lung cancer , the compound has shown strong binding property against the proteins , tested in docking analysis in which RET protein had showed highest activity with reference to the results obtained through Insilico analysis .Invitro antitumor activity has been investigated using A549 cell line.The result shown that the compound has produced maximum cell death of about 75%. Hence with the results of the study, 9-methoxy benzo[b][1,8] Naphthyridin-2(1H)-one has shown to have a considerable property against lung cancer.These findings suggest that 1,8-naphthyridine derivatives are a promising class of compounds in cancer research.
MANAGEMENT OF POST OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS IN MENINGOMYELOCELE THROUGH PANCHKARMA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Parul Sharma*, Dr. Ved Bhushan Sharna Meningomyelocele is a congenital defect occurs because the caudal neural tube fails to close properly. It is characterized by herniation of spinal meninges and spinal cord through a posterior vertebral defect to form a cyst like pouch. Because such lesion exposes the central nervous system to outside environment, infection is a common complication. Other major manifestation includes paraplegia, disturbance in bladder and bowel control. The treatment is surgery to excise the redundant membranes. Repeated orthopaedic & urological surgeries are necessary to rectify the orthopaedic defect and urinary incontinence. Here a female patient of neurogenic bowel and bladder with weakness in lower limbs (complication of operated meningomyelocele) is treated with Ayurvedic measurements. As the symptoms reveals the involvement of Vata, so the treatment to disintegrate the pathology of vitiated Vata is planned for the patient. She is treated with Abhyang , Swedan, Awagahan, Parisheka and Basti. And the patient gained much relief in her signs and symptoms.
2, 4 - Dinitrophenol Toxicity-Bound Mortality in Patients Doing Bodybuilding published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Meltem Turkay, Abdulhalim Karayel, Emin Uysal, Mehmet Salih Sevdi, Kerem Erkalp, Aysin Alagol 2,4-Dinitrophenol (DNP) intoxication is a condition that may result in mortality together with uncontrolled hypothermia and epidemic muscle rigidity. In excessive doses, hyperthermia, tachycardia, excessive sweating, tachypnea, acute renal damage, confusion, agitation, convulsion, and coma may be observed. DNP therapeutic index is a narrow agent. In acute and suicidal exposure, the oral lethal dose changes between 2,8 and 5 gr, and the average has been reported as 4,3 mg/kg. The dose taken orally by our patient who is known to be a sportsman doing body-building exercises is below the lethal dose of 1,8 gr. It must be taken into consideration that a patient can be lost even if the dose is below the lethal dose and adequate support treatment is applied.
AIDS cholangiopthy as a first presentation of HIV infection: Case report published in

International Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences

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Erwa Elmakki and Hussein Aqeely AIDS is the end spectrum of HIV infection. AIDS patients are susceptible to many opportunistic infections such as cryptosporidiosis and cryptosporidial cholangiopathy. The main aim of reporting this case is to show that AIDS can take a different form of presentation. We reported a rare case of cryptosporidia-related AIDS cholangitis as a first presentation of HIV infection in a 35-year-old female. The diagnosis was established by clinical findings in addition to extensive investigations, including radiological imaging and colonic biopsy. Cryptosporidial AIDS cholangiopathy can be a first presentation of HIV infection. HIV infection should be considered in all patients presenting with unexplained cholestasis. Keywords: Cryptosporidium, AIDS cholangiopathy.
MICROFINANCE - FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY VS. SOCIAL REACH IN SUB-SAHARAN FRICA published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Nuno Miguel Teixeira, Elves Rodrigues This paper aims to analyze the financial sustentability versus social impact of microfinance institutions in sub-Saharan Africa region. The sample consisted of 246 microfinance institutions present in this region that have their results published in the database of the organization MIX (Microfinance Information Exchange) in 2009, which is the most complete source of information of the sector. For the study, we considered various social and financial indicators that are a reference for specialized entities in evaluating the performance of microfinance institutions (as in the case of MIX and Planet Rating) and are typically used in similar research. In accordance with the results obtained institutions with lower amounts of loans to GDP per capita of the respective country in which they perform the activity can have a far social reaching, because they concede smaller borrows, whose target are customers with less income and cover a greater number of women in their financial operations. It was evident, too, the existence of trade-off between social impact and financial performance, in other words, the institutions that had the poor as its target, showed economic and financial indicators less positive. Generally, it was found that institutions with greater focus on the poorest obtained lower profitabilitys, although offered higher interest rates and had better efficiency indicators in the activity. Regarding financial structure, it was found that these institutions do not have much capacity to attract deposits and present a higher financial autonomy against other, possibly because access to more donations or grants, once the average results generated in the activity are negative and by itself does not guarantee financial sustainability. Finally, we studied the constraints of the financial performance of microfinance institutions in sub-Saharan Africa region and it was found that it is mainly the size and efficiency that affect the profitability of the activity
EVALUATION OF VYAGHRI HARITAKI IN MANAGEMENT OF KASA-SHWASA OF CHILDREN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr.Deepshikha, Dr.B.M.Singh, Dr.P.S.Upadhyay Respiratory infections are major cause of morbidity and mortality in children. Cough being its commonest manifestation calls for a medicine, which is efficacious, palatable and free of side effects with suitable mode of administration. Vyaghri Haritaki, a classical formulation in Bhaishajya Ratnavali, is an Avaleha (electuary), palatable and can be licked by children having soothing effect on throat. Therefore, a study was planned to evaluate its effect on Kasa (cough) due to three doshas. Children, aged 1 to 12 years, suffering from cough due to various etiologies were registered and categorized under three groups: group-1, 2 and 3 namely Vataja, Pittaja and Kaphaja kasa and drug was given in dose of 150 mg/kg/dose, 6 hourly for seven days. Two follow-ups were made after two and seven days respectively after registration. Hb, TLC, DLC, ESR, AEC, Throat-C & S, Urine-R&M, XRay chest PA view and Mantoux test were advised. Improvement was assessed on basis of scoring table present grades for symptoms in increasing order of severity. After statistical analysis, which was done by SPSS 16 software, suggest that however, Vyaghri Haritaki is effective in all three types of Kasa but shows better effect on Vataja kasa. The trial drug has no significant side effects and no significant effect on Hb%, TLC, DLC and ESR.
TRAUMATIC ANIRIDIA - CASE REPORT published in

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Social Skills in Children With Autism published in

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Sheila Christopher,Cresenta Shakila A deficiency in social functioning is one of the defining features of autism. Although many children with autism may wish to interact with others, they often do not have the necessary skills to effectively carry out social exchanges. Social issues can negatively affect a childs learning and self-esteem, making it difficult for them to establish positive relationships. It is crucial that these issues are addressed and that social skills are taught at an early age. Children who do not successfully develop social skills are at risk for having social and emotional issues later in life. Fortunately, there are many fun activities that can help children learn to interact socially. This paper will detail the social skill deficits in children with autism and explain the social issues that they face. This will help parents in understanding the idiosyncratic behavior of these children and also aid teachers to plan and implement intervention strategies to help children with autism cope with social skill deficits.
PRIVATIZATION IN DENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION AND HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS - THE INDIAN SCENARIO published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Sherin Sara George, Prof. (Dr.) Amitha M Hegde Privatization is the transfer of ownership, property or business from the government to the private sector. It is considered to bring more efficiency and objectivity to the company, something that a government company may not be concerned about. The field of oral health care has been one among the most potential areas of implementation of this concept of 'privatization', the reasons being the rigidity of public institutions and their inability to change or adapt to different stimuli from the environment, including populations' and patients' expectations. The frequent opinion that all private structures per se function more efficiently and more productively is nothing but a statement; this applies well to many private dental health care setups with regards to comprehensive health care of each patient and oral health education. Problems such as imbalanced specialist training, and inequity of access to dental care because of dentists being more concentrated in cities and towns is the current Indian scenario.
ICT Prices and ICT Services: What Do They Tell Us About Productivity and Technology published in

International Productivity Monitor

Published by Centre for the Study of Living Standards
David Byrne and Carol Corrado This article reassesses the link between ICT prices, technology, and productivity. To understand how the ICT sector could come to the rescue of a whole economy, a multi-sector model developed by Oulton (2012) is extended to include ICT services and used to calibrate the steady-state contribution of the ICT sector to growth in aggregate U.S. labour productivity. The extended model also has implications for the relationship between prices for ICT services and prices for the ICT assets used to supply them, namely, that, ICT service prices may diverge from ICT asset prices and reflect productivity gains from ICT asset management by the sector. All told, because ICT technologies increasingly diffuse through the economy via purchased services (e.g. cloud services, data analytic services), they are not fully accounted for in the standard narrative of ICT’s contribution to economic growth. When this omission is corrected and the price indexes for ICT assets developed in Byrne and Corrado (2017a) are used to indicate the relative productivity of the ICT sector, its contribution to potential labour productivity growth is estimated to be substantially larger than generally thought — 1.4 percentage points per year
Creativity of Entrepreneurs: A Socioeconomic Perspective published in

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K. Yogalakshmi, Dr. G. Latha This paper proposes that the creativity of entrepreneurs is influenced by the socioeconomic factors such as their age, gender, educational status, income level etc. Creativity is a mental and social process involving the generation of new ideas or concepts or new association of the creative mind between existing ideas or concepts. Creativity is the generation of ideas and innovation is the exploitation of these ideas (Wilson & Stokes, 2006). Brolin,(1992) summarized that the creative person can have certain characteristics such as strong motivation, endurance, intellectual curiosity, deep commitment, independence in thought and action ,strong desire for self-realisation, strong sense of self, strong self-confidence, openness to impressions from within and without, attracted to complexity and obscurity, high sensitivity, high capacity for emotional involvement in their investigations. An entrepreneur is in need of all these characteristics. It implies that when creativity is enhanced then the abilities of entrepreneurs also gets developed and sharpened. The main objective of this paper is to study the creativity of entrepreneurs based on their age and gender. The study is conducted on sixty entrepreneurs of cuddalore district in Tamilnadu. A well structured questionnaire is administered and the findings endorse that the creativity of entrepreneurs is influenced by their age and gender
STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE IN THE CITY GOVERNMENT OF IMUS, CAVITE: AN EMPERICAL INVESTIGATION published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

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Dr. Jennypher N. Fenomeno, Dr. LilibethNovicio This study investigated the empirical relationship between the strategic human resource management and local governance performance in the City Government of Imus, Cavite. The research aimed to determine the socio-demographic profile of the respondents; ascertain their perception on the strategic human resource management in terms of compensation and benefits, employment, career management, good governance, human resource management system and ethics/standards of conduct;andmeasure the local governance performance as perceived by the respondentsin terms of governance, administration, social services, economic development and environmental management.A total of 200 personnel-respondents were selected as samples through simple random technique.Thedata collectedthroughquestionnaireswere subjected to descriptive statistics, Pearson product-moment correlation and regression analysis in pursuance with the stated objectives. The results indicate that majority of the respondents were in the middle age group were female, married and college graduates. More than half of the respondents had permanent positions andbelonged to the low salary grade bracket with relatively small number of years in the government service. The respondents perceived the strategic human resource management and local governance performance in the City Government of Imus, Cavite as good. The findings also revealed that there was a significant positive relationship between the strategic human resource management variables and perceptual measures of local governance performance in the City Government of Imus, Cavite. It is evident that the strategic human resource management can significantly contribute to the local governance performance and therefore, it implies that the City Government of Imus, Cavite should sustain its human resource management system and good governance which has a significant contribution to its overall local governance performance and they should pay more attention to compensation and benefits, employment, career management and ethics/standards of conduct to further improve their local governance performance. In addition, this study also provides several recommendations that could be beneficial for future research which could strengthen the results of study. Keywords: Strategic Human Resource Management, Local Governance Performance, and City Government of Imus
METFORMIN-THE TIME TESTED TRUSTWORTHY MEDICINE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Revi Kumar. KG, Mohsina Hyder.K, Shahina PT, Veena R* Diabetes is the fourth or fifth leading cause of death in most high income countries. The number of people with diabetes is increasing due to population growth, aging, urbanization and increasing prevalence of obesity, sedentary life and lack of physical activities. In the age group of 35- 64 years, 1 out of 10 deaths are estimated to be due to diabetes. The primary goal of type 2 DM treatment is to achieve and maintain good glycemic control, and to reduce the mortality. Metformin, dimethyl biguanide, originally marketed as Glucophage in 1957 is believed to be the most widely prescribed anti-diabetic drug in the world. Metformin improves glucose tolerance in diabetic patients, lowering both basal and post prandial plasma glucose. Metformin also has positive effects on several components of the insulin resistance syndrome. Metformin decreases plasma triglycerides and LDL-C by approximately 8% to 15%, as well increasing HDL-C very modestly (2%). Metformin reduces levels of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 and causes a modest reduction in weight (2 to 3 kg). It is a time tested trustworthy medicine for the management of Type 2 diabetes and is having a good safety profile. Metformin became available in the British National Formulary in 1958 and was approved in Canada in 1972. In the United States alone, about 50 million prescriptions are filled in a year for its generic formulations. By 2014 metformin formulations became the largest selling pharmaceutical formulation in India with a sales turnover of 1050 million INR.
SEEDAL: SECURE, ENERGY - EFFICIENT, DELAY - AWARE, AND LIFETIME - BALANCING ROUTING PROTOCOL FOR HETEROGENEOUS WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Ms. Arya R*, Dr. N. K. Sakthivel he latest research on Open Vehicle Routing (OVR) problems, a dynamic territory in operational research depends upon some features and requirements which can be contrasted with requirements in Wireless S ensor Networks domain. According to this perception, the computational overheads in Open Vehicle Routing can be compared to Routing problems in Wireless Sensor Network. To show that this methodology is possible, one data collection protocol called EDAL, wa s developed. The conservation of credibility and protection of the data is not considered in the outline of the EDAL protocol. Keeping in mind the end goal to conquer the issue with respect to the secure data transmission in EDAL, another protocol called SEEDAL, which remains for Secure, Energy - Efficient, Delay - Aware, and Lifetime - Balancing Routing Protocol for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks (SEEDAL) which provides a secure routing mechanism considering the concept of secret key sharing by means of encryption and decryption during the data transmission and data reception It likewise considers expense of giving security and some of its major impact on energy effectiveness. The design of SEEDAL protocol is efficient in terms of packet delay, network l ifetime, energy efficiency, energy consumption.
Use of Myth in Kanthapura: Parallelism Between Ramayana and Kanthapura published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ishfaq Hussain Bhat Raja Rao (1908-2006) is one of the best Indian novelists writing in English. He occupies a central position in any discussion of Indian English literature. He is the foremost of those writers whose work has placed Indo-English literature on the map of world literatures. His first and best-known novel, Kanthapura (1938) earned him an international acclaim and acceptance as one of the major novelists in Indian English literature. Kanthapura is a novel dealing with the impact of the Gandhian freedom struggle on a remote South Indian village of that name. In this novel Raja Rao uses myths and legends to enrich the texture of the novel and impart to it a rare expansiveness, elevation and dignity. The paper attempts to show parallelism between Ramayana and Kanthapura by examining Raja Raos artistic use of myth in the novel. Ishfaq Hussain Bhat"Use of Myth in Kanthapura: Parallelism Between Ramayana and Kanthapura" 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/ijtsrd5940.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/5940/use-of-myth-in-kanthapura-parallelism-between-ramayana-and-kanthapura/ishfaq-hussain-bhat
A Comparative Study of Midline Hernioplasty Versus Bilateral Conventional Hernia Repair in Patients with Bilateral Inguinal Hernia published in

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Dr. Jainam K. Shah, Dr. Vishal S. Parmar, Dr. Prashant Mukadam This study was carried out to compare the outcomes of both the techniques of hernioplasty namely midline and conventional in terms of duration of surgery, post operative pain, post operative analgesic requirement, hospital stay, return to work, patient compliance, post operative complications and recurrence. Total of 30 patients randomly selected were included in the study. They were divided in the two groups of 15 each, out of which one group underwent the conventional method while the other group was operated through the midline approach. The result outcomes suggested that the conventional approach was associated with little longer duration of surgery, requirement of analgesia and to work as compared to the midline approach. While the results were equivalent for both the groups in terms of post operative pain, hospital stay and compliance. The recurrence rate for the midline approach was 6% while it was 0% for the conventional approach. Thus both the approaches have their own pros and cons.
DEFINING CONTEXTUAL ADVANTAGE: EXPLORING THE CONTEXTUAL RELATION BETWEEN EFFECTUATION AND ENTREPRENURIAL MARKETING FOR CREATING NEW MARKETS EFFECTUALLY published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

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Nihar A., Jonathan D., Paula S. The paper explores the behaviour of the Entrepreneur and the Effectual use of available resources mainly social capital in new market creation. The study dwells on creating a unique ‘Context’ by leveraging these resources to increase the Entrepreneurial orientation of a firm. The paper further attempts to explore whether the Contextual link between Effectuation and Entrepreneurial Marketing helps develop a ‘Contextual Advantage’, which can be used as a mean of developing a unique business model which differentiates the firm in the market. The paper hence explores contemporary theories of Entrepreneurship and Marketing namely Entrepreneurial Marketing, Effectuation and Contextual Marketing by studying their inter-relation. The nature of these theories is underexplored according to the authors and requires further investigation to evolve the field of Marketing and Entrepreneurship. Keywords:Entrepreneurial Marketing, Effectuation, Contextual Marketing, Entrepreneurship.
An Empirical Study of Profitability Analysis of Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited (Nlc Ltd.) published in

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Dr. T. Srinivasan, Dr. M. Thirunarayanasamy Finance in the life blood and nervous system of an enterprise, the importance of the timely appraisal of the performance of the firm cannot be overemphasized. Profitability which is a crucial factor contributing for the survival of the firms. Profitability and management efficiency are usually taken to be positively associated: poor current profitability may threaten current management efficiency and vice versa; poor management efficiency may threaten profitability. It is related to the goal of shareholders wealth maximization, and investment in current assets is made only if an acceptable return is obtained. Further, the firm should apply the profit maximization as criteria in taking financial decisions like financing, investment and distribution. In addition, it is clear from the review of earlier literatures that there has been no study with reference to profitability appraisal of NLC Ltd. Hence the Researcher felt the need to undertake the present study.
Encapsulation Methods and Use in Animal Nutrition published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Uğur Temiz, Ergin Öztürk Encapsulation is a technology based on coating an active compound with one or more coating material and keeping it in the capsule. Encapsulation is a system can be used for increasing stability and bioavailability, protecting the form and controlled secretion to target tissues of bioactive compounds. Coating materials are can be ranged as starch, analogs of starch, proteins, gums, lipids or their mixtures. Nowadays, many methods such as spray drying, freeze drying, fluid bed coating, extrusion, cocrystillization and molecular clust have been used for encapsulation practices. These practices are used in fields such as food, pharmacy, medicine, veterinary, biotechnology, textile, industry and agriculture. In recent years, advantages of encapsulation methods for the efficiency of feed additives have been asserted. As a matter of fact, lycopene, linoleic acid, conjugated linoleic acid, probiotics and plant extracts can be coated with different materials. In this review, decreasing the negative effects of environment on quality and the quantity of additives and encapsulation technology used for increasing stability, advantages and using possibilities of this products in animal nutrition has been discussed.
Role of Institutional Credit To Agriculture Sector published in

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REETU DR.SHOBHA CHOUDHARY After the Independence, money-lenders were the major source of finance to the farmers. They provide loan not only at high rate of interest but other malpractices also adopted by them. Rural indebtedness is noted as a major reason for the increase in farmer suicides during recent times across a number of states like Punjab, Maharashtra etc. According to a well known saying the Indian peasant is born in debt, lives in debt & dies in debt. After the green revolution, agriculture activities have become cash-based & farmers require high investment in modern inputs. Due to increased liberalization & globalization the cropping pattern has become changed from staple cropes to cash crop like-oilseeds & cotton which enhanced credit need. While the price of the cropes has been declined thus farmers have no means to supplement their income. This paper is based on the secondary data collected from Govt. of India, Economic Survey 2009-10 & 2012-13. This paper aims to examine the flow of institutional credit to agriculture & allied activities & the role of agriculture sector in GDP. It is found that after independence 75% population were engaged in the agriculture sector. But now the agriculture sector is providing employment to 54% people only. Population is shifting towards industry & service sector. The contribution of agriculture sector in GDP in 1950-51 was 55.40% while 14.4% in 2011-12. So, credit is important input for agriculture development.
Case report Retinoblastoma published in

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Effect of andrographolide on feeding behaviour ofPapilio demoleus L., (Lepidoptera: papilionidae) larvae published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SRINIVASA RAO VATTIKONDA Botanical insecticides are currently of interest because of their successful application in plant protection as biocontrol agents. Andrographolide which was isolated from Andrographis paniculata evaluated for its antifeedant activity against the fourthinstar larvae of Papilio demoleus. Preliminary screening after 24 hrs and 48 hrs of exposure at a concentration of 200 ppm exhibited 83.60 per cent and 80.05 per cent antifeedant activity significantly. The protected leaf area at 200ppm was 32.08 0.84 sq.cm and 28.55 0.72 sq.cm after 24 hrs. and 48 hrs, respectively. The antifeedant activity of andrographolide was also examined at 150, 100 and 50ppm concentrations which significantly reduced the feeding ability of larvae. The results imply that extract of A. paniculata, can potentially be used as an alternative pest control agent against the Papilio demoleus larvae.
Socio-Economic and Environmental Aspects of Nature published in

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Zeynalova M. Atilde Acirc . , Tahirov R. Atilde Cent . This article on a topic "socio-economic and environmental aspects of natural recourse use" addresses the environmental and socio-economic issues of natural resource use as the possibility to meet the needs of sectors of the national economy in the required primary resources of society - in food products, material benefits, maintaining a clean environment, the creation of normal conditions for behavior of natural biological resources reproduction as sources to meet those needs.
ANALYSIS OF IMAGE SEGMENTATION TECHNIQUES FOR TEXTURE FEATURE EXTRACTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
G.Ravindran1 , T.Joby Titus2* , V.Ganesh3 , V.S.Sanjana Devi The pixels of an image are grouped into several regions for segmentation. In segmentation technique the texture feature parameter is an image analysis technique in the field of Computer vision. In the Segmentation field, there are many techniques are used to segment the images .The proposed approach is to analyze and compare the gray level texture feature techniques, number of clusters, Fuzzy C means, and to find which algorithmic approach provides better results in image segmentation.
THE PRINCIPLES OF INTERACTION BETWEEN THE ACTORS OF THE INNOVATION CHAIN IN THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalia Nikolaevna Kulikova Realization of activity of subjects of electronic industry isnt possible on linear model today. The new infrastructure of branch of microelectronics defines formation of the new principles according to which interaction and development of participants of an innovative chain is carried out.
Zorunlu Bağımsız Denetim Firması ve Sorumlu Ortak Başdenetçi Rotasyonu Üzerine Uluslararası Tartışmalar: Literatür Değerlendirmesi (The International Debates on Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation and Mandatory Audit Partner Rotation: Literature Review) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Alpaslan YAŞAR There has been ongoing regulatory debates in the United States and European Union countries on whether audit partner rotation really improve the audit quality, showed that there has been continuing doubts on how mandatory rotation implemented. This situation point out that rotation policy choice of countries should be supported by empirical research. The aim of this study is to make a literature review on what extent of empirical evidence support the mandatory rotation decisions of countries. For this purpose, development of the mandatory rotation regulation in the United States, European Union countries and Turkey and the findings and limitations of empirical research has revealed. The presence of important limitations of the studies in the literature, indicate that there have been no enough empirical evidence that support the mandatory audit firm rotation or mandatory audit partner rotation decisions of countries.
AN PRACTICAL APPROACH ON PARAMETER BASED VIDEO SPAM DETECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pooja Kamboj*, Er. Chandna Jain Video sharing websites are most popular services for share video among the number of users. These websites also connect with different kind of users known as social networking Web Services. But in these services, there are different kinds of pollution related to the video such as uploading of malicious, copyright violated and spam video or content. The users upload the video for the particular category and viewers/responders response the video by commenting, share video related to the uploaded video but malicious users does not share related video. The users share the unrelated information, abusive or pornographic, commercial video or it can be automatically scripts. These videos are the responsive videos. This research work presents a method for detection of such kind of responses. The first phase of detection is to divide the problem in different scenarios and define the keywords in database which can be related to commercial and pornographic. The sample dataset will contain all the information and video for analysis of the videos and categorized as per content type. The different kind of techniques will identify the video and with some features such as presence of certain terms in the title or description, Likes, elapsed time, uploaded time, etc. The different kind of videos data collection will be considered for analysis the algorithm and corresponding result will be generated. The research will be demonstrated using MATLAB TOOL which will contains the sample videos for Analyze the spam detection, porn video and commercial videos. The website will also save the keywords and these words will be update frequently and remove outdated words for improved detection of videos.
SECURITY ENHANCEMENT FOR CLOUD DATA THROUGH A TWO FACTOR APPROACH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
T. Senthilkumar*, S. Prabakaran, Jaya Verma, Revathi Reddy The rate of upgrading traditional mobile phones to smartphones is escalating due to the functionality they provide. A multitude of data is stored in phones and many applications require a great deal of memory to run. However, smartphones have limited memory. This limitation can be overcome by using cloud storage. It also provides services like easy data access and sharing. Since the cloud storage is generally hosted by third parties, there is a risk of unauthorized access to data and security is one of the primary concerns. In this paper, we propose a twofactor approach for enhancing the security of cloud data. The system allows the user to store encrypted data in the cloud. Data is encrypted using user's secret key and device id. The user needs to possess both the security key and device key for decrypting and accessing the data. Since the device key is directly extracted from the device, we need to use the same device for encryption and decryption. Even if the device is lost or stolen, it cannot be used to decrypt data due to lack of security key. If the CSP tries to steal data, it will be missing some keys and hence will be unable to decipher the information.
A Comparison of the Efficacy and Tolerability of Antibiotics in the Treatment of Acute Rhinosinusitis in Adults published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Anil.H.T, Dr.Amrita Suzanne Mathew Objectives-to compare the efficacy and tolerability of amoxicillin-clavulanate, cefuroxime axetil and moxifloxacin in the treatment of acute bacterial rhinosinusitis in adults. Methods-90 adults aged 18-40years, clinically diagnosed with acute rhinosinusitis,symptomatic for 7-28days, were randomised into three groups,each receiving an oral antibiotic ie.Amoxicillin-clavulanate(GroupA),Cefuroxime (GroupB),Moxifloxacin(GroupC) and evaluated on days 0,7,14,21,28,60 using Major Symptom Score,Visual Analogue Scale for quality of life and Axelssons sinus X-ray score.Time to improvement, relapse,recurrence and adverse events were noted. Result-In Group A,B,C clinical cure rate was 89.86%, 92.76%, 96.57% respectively; mean time to improvement was 4.36, 4.07, 3.39 days respectively. Relapse,recurrence and adverse events(diarrhoea, nausea and rash) were highest with amoxicillin-clavulanate. Conclusion- Moxifloxacin shows highest efficacy and tolerability.Cefuroxime and amoxicillin-clavulanate have similar clinical cure rates. Cefuroxime has lower relapse,recurrence and adverse event rates.
Perception of agriculture students towards self employment published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEBABRATA MONDAL Perception is considered as one of the important traits of personality of an individual. The study was conducted at the faculty of Agriculture, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Visva Vidyalaya(BCKV). The objectives of the study were to investigate factors responsible for the acceptability of agriculture to generate income. The data were analysed into frequency, percentage and mean. The population consists of all the last semester students of B.Sc (Ag). A total 70 students were selected for this study. In the context of this study, a higher percentage of students (95%) aspired to be opted agriculture as to secure a job in central govt. Agronomy was the most preferred discipline of the respondents closely followed by Soil Sciences and Agricultural Extension. Among the mass media sources the respondents used news papers as a source for job placement 50.00% followed by Journal 24.28 %. Among the least used mass media sources was radio (only 5.72%).
Cognizance of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) Among School Teachers published in

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Mohd Sartaz Since Independence, Education System of India has practiced numerous modernizations to extemporize Indian Education System, as per the necessity of time and societal needs,which acknowledge that India is amongst one of the key manpower exporting nation in the world; albeit the dark side upholds that India still relatively is a knowledge-taking country rather than a knowledge-creating country. With the development of time and technology world has become a Global Village therefore we need to follow the footmark of extremely developed educational system of the world. That doesnt mean we have to overthrow the existing educational system as a whole because India has been known for her world class education and curriculum since time immemorial. The result of this study revealed that currently the perception of government school teachers is average which indicates moderate acceptability of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation by the teachers. The educators are not sufficientlytrained for the operationalimplementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation in government schools. Moreover, the study discovered that there are several obstacles in the appropriate implementation of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation such as large number of students in the classes, lack of appropriate training, inadequate infrastructure & teaching materials and increased volume of work.
Effect of Orchidectomy and of Testosterone Administration upon Duodenal Ulceration Induced by Cysteamine published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ashokan Kannarath Valappil, Duodenal ulcers were induced in adult and old male mice using cysteamine hydrochloride under various experimental conditions. Under these experimental conditions, orchidectomized adult and normal old male mice strikingly decreased sensitivity to ulcer induction while testosterone propionate administration to orchidectomized adult mice showed an increased sensitivity to ulcer induction. This change in ulcer sensitivity reflected from histological, histochemical and biochemical studies. The histological study was performed by using haematoxylene-eosin staining technique. The histochemistry of the duodenal region was studied by using periodic acid Schiff reaction (PAS) for glycoprotein. The biochemical study was performed to study various constituents of glycoprotein like hexose, fucose, sialic acid and the protein from Brunners gland. The result showed that ulcer severity was more in orchidectomized- cysteamine treated mice and old mice treated with cysteamine. The histological studies showed that orchidectomy decreased or did not show any change in the ulcer sensitivity considering Cryptus Lieburkuhn and Brunners glands. The same result reflected by differential intensity in the staining property of the Brunners gland. The biochemical study showed that the glycoprotein contents were reduced many times in orchidectomized-cysteamine treated-testosterone administered adult and old male mice. These findings prove that testosterone of booth exogenous and endogenous augment the ulcer pathogenesis in cysteamine induced ulcer in male mice.
STUDY OF SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF COMPOSITE FRAME STRUCTURE AND ITS COMPARISON WITH RCC STRUCTURE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gadekar Priyanka Bharat*1 , Prof. Rathi V. R As the reinforced concrete structure is the most economic & convenient system, they are mostly used in India for low rise buildings. But, because of increased dead load, less stiffness, span restriction and hazardous formwork, for medium to high-rise buildings this type of structure is no longer economic. Therefore, the structural engineers are facing the challenge of striving for the most efficient and economical design solution. Composite material is used for particular interest, due to its significant potential in improving the overall performance through rather modest changes in manufacturing and constructional technologies.There is a great potential for increasing the volume of steel in construction, especially in the current development needs India and not using steel as an alternative construction material and not using it where it is economical is a heavy loss for the country. In the present work, Multistoried Composite and RCC structure are analyzed and designed using software. Comparison includes structural parameters like Shear Force in columns, Twisting moments, Bending moments and axial force ,Deflection, Storey stiffness, Story Drift, displacement of both R.C.C. and Steelconcrete Composite building.Also it includes the seismic design and performance of composite steel-concrete frames i.e time history analysis.
Environmental Water pollution: A Review of Physicochemical and Heavy metal Quality of Water and Soil published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Sivakumar K.K1,*, Dheenadayalan M.S2, Balamurugan C.3, Kalaivani R2 Ramakrishnan D.2 and Leena Hebsi bai L.2 Water resource shortage and pollution has seriously threatened the survival and development of developing countries. Because of Indias specific economical and social circumstances, complete adoption of developed countries experience is unrealistic. At present, India needs to develop strategies and technologies in source water pollution control and industrial and municipal environmental remediation that embrace the countrys specific need to battle the water resource problem. This paper reviewed ecosystem pollution with particular reference to heavy metal in water and soil system endangered by mixed effluents of domestic as well as industries.
Power Religious and Socio-Economic Values of Working and Non-Working Women published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Jyoti Mankar, Neeta Ubale An exploratory research design was employed to know the difference between working and non-working women in respect to their values. 110 working and non-working women comprised sample of the study ranging from 25 to 55age group. The study was trying to explore various values like religious, social, economic, power and so on. The study adopted stratified random sampling method. APersonal values Questionnaire (PVQ) by Dr. G. P. Sherry, Director, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, was administered for observing the values of working and non-working women. Z test was employed to see the difference. The power values of non-working women is higher than that of working women, phenomenal power that energize a family to change atmosphere indicating non-working women are more capable to handle the situation than working women. Economic values, religious values and hedonistic values are significantly negatively related with each other indicates variables are inversely related.
Study of Pumping test on well for Pre-Manson and Post-Manson for NANNAJ BASIN published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prof. Sanjay P Sawant | Prof. Rajbansi S Kognole | Prof. Nitin P Khatmode Pumping tests are normally carried out to determine the yield of the well and the drawdown. This information provides a basis for determining the water supply available from the well, for selecting the type of the pump and for estimating the cost of pumping. Hydrological studies at different depth horizons for the Nannajodha basin in Solapur, district, Maharashtra, India has been represented by various contourmaps at different electrode spacing. We are correlated with the local Geology of the area to detect the various pre-monsoon and post-monsoon readings of the groundwater. Prof. Sanjay P Sawant | Prof. Rajbansi S Kognole | Prof. Nitin P Khatmode"Study of Pumping test on well for Pre-Manson and Post-Manson for NANNAJ BASIN" 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/ijtsrd9648.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/9648/study-of-pumping-test-on-well-for-pre-manson-and-post-manson-for-nannaj-basin/prof-sanjay-p-sawant
Illumination of Phytoclimate Nature of Reserve Forest of Vadagam Taluka of Banaskantha District, (North Gujarat) In Respect of Lifeform Classes of Angiosperms published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Patel A. H., Vyas D. N. Area under present study reserve forest of Vadgam taluka of Banaskantha district, North Gujarat has been untouched in respect of its floral and ecological studies except present study even though being one of the flora rich regions. In consequence along with systematic identification and documentation of the flora, research to identify the status of lifeform classes of angiosperms found in the study area was of concern for the reason to obtain their eminence in comparison of Normal Biological Spectrum (NBS) and to reveal about its phytoclimate nature. Keeping this objective in the front during the research, results obtained in the end showed that characters of therophytes along with cryptophytes were dominant over other lifeform types of angiosperms in the study area. Based on this fact, the forest community of Vadgam taluka may be configured as crypto-therophytes in respect of its phytoclimate type.
A REVIEW ON: NOISE MODEL IN DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P.P.Patro*, C.S.Panda Image play a very important role in every aspect of life and it play a vital role in the area of research of digital image processing. So production of noise free image is very much essential in the field medical science, astronomy, film industry and in many more area. Noise in an image usually appears during image acquisition, coding, transmission and processing step. Without prior knowledge of Noise, it is very much difficult to remove it from a digital image. The noise destroys the original image quality by changing the true pixel value. So for reduction of noise from an original image it is very much essential to distinguish the type of noise, its effect in an image and its reduction technique. So this paper gives an over view of various type of n oise and its impact in an image .
The Role of Motivational Factors in the Practice of Physical Education in Higher Education for Deadlock published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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GanciuOana Maria Our research is part of a broader study that aims knowledge and analysis of motivational factors. Information on aspects of behavior and attitude of students towards the movement can occur through specially designed programs change their availability to the subject taught. It aims availability of students to physical education and how they perceive the work done in the lesson. . Investigations were carried out on female students at the University of Bucharest. The sample under investigation included a total of 100 college freshmen, contained in a system organized to participate in physical education classes in various sports. Investigation research was conducted at The Department of Physical Education and Sport at the University of Bucharest, in the academic year 2013 - 2014, semester, involved a questionnaire consisting of questions, which concerned many aspects of motor activities and issues the content of physical education classes. Responses for each of the variants posibile mentioned in the questionnaire were recorded and tabulated and then translated into percentages and interpreted. In higher education, sports options for students who wish to practice in physical education lessons will be: fitness, aerobics, dance, swimming, basketball, football, tennis, badminton, self defense, volleyball, folkloric dance, and martial arts; The above analysis highlights aspects of physical education and sport in school education and will be reflected in the design students on the influence of exercise on health. The fact that, in theory, students agree on the beneficial influence of physical education is reflected by the answers in range to the question in the questionnaire, the following influence: a) harmonious development, b) recovery after intellectual effort, c) stimulate intellectual activity. Reasons for lack of interest for physical education which most were limited to the lack of free time, material conditions, workspace especially convenience Apart from these issues I noticed, based on questionnaire responses received, the current content of sports activities is one which thanks to a great extent. As a result of this study suggest improving the conditions of deployment sport activity to the extent that it can do this at our university
Image Processing Application for Vehicle Seat Vacancy Identification published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nikita A. Rekhate | Dr. V. S. Gulhane The importance of embedded applications on image and video processing domain has been taking a larger space. The image processing is the study of several algorithms that takes an image as input and returns an image as output. Specially we would like to elaborate our experience on the significance of computer vision as one of the domains where hardware implemented algorithms executes far better than those implemented from end to end software. Face detection is becoming one of the maximum interesting topics in the computer vision literature. The survey is directed to examine the face detection techniques. Image processing techniques is very widely held at present-day for face detection and gender detection. In this study, face detection technique is used for detecting and counting the number of passengers in electric vehicle over webcam. The webcam is installed in electric vehicle and attached with Raspberry Pi 2 model B. When electric vehicle run off from the station, webcam will capture passengers images in the seating area. The images will be adjusted and enhanced to decrease the noise which is concluded by software application. The images are sent in the direction of the server by 3G communication. Then and there, the server progression the images by means of face detection technology and counting the number of passengers in electric vehicle. The system gets the supreme amount of passengers in electric vehicle that procedure over the images then evaluates the seat vacancy of the electric vehicle. Nikita A. Rekhate | Dr. V. S. Gulhane"Image Processing Application for Vehicle Seat Vacancy Identification" 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/ijtsrd12797.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/12797/image-processing-application-for-vehicle-seat-vacancy-identification/nikita-a-rekhate
A study on prescribing patterns of antibiotics for upper respiratory tract infections by general practitioners in rural areas of Assam. published in

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Dr Sanjib Gogoi, Dr Pran Pratim Saikia Aim: To understand the prescribing pattern of antibiotics as well other drugs in the treatment of Upper respiratory tract infections (URTIs) by the general practitioners. Materials and method: This was an observational study conducted in community level i.e. in the rural areas around Guwahati city of Assam for a period of two months. A total of 50 prescriptions fulfilling the inclusion criteria were included. Results: Total number of drugs prescribed was 346; average number of drugs per prescription was 6.92. Total number of antibiotics prescribed was 50(100%). The most common URTI was acute nasopharyngitis (36%) followed by acute sinusitis (20%).The most commonly prescribed antibiotic was amoxicillin+ clavulanic acid (36%). All (100%) the drugs were prescribed by brand names. The average cost per prescription was Rs. 150.Conclusion: The present study shows high rate of antibiotic prescription in URTI which can be considered quite inappropriate as well as this signifies overuse of antibiotics.
ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIALS OF ACTIVE PRINCIPLES FROM TERMINALIA BELLARICA FRUIT AN IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO APPROACH. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manikkam Rajalakshmi* and Mary Selesty Sales Introduction: Terminalia bellarica (T. bellarica) is a potential medicinal herb used from the ancient times to treat human diseases and disorders. The present study was designed to analyze the antioxidant efficacy of two active principles, octyl gallate (OG) and gallic acid (GA), isolated from the methanolic extract of T. bellarica fruit with reference to their action on free radicals, free radical scavengers using in vitro and in vivo approaches. Methods: Cells were cultured and incubated with OG & GA for 24 h at 37C. The viability of the cells was measured using MTT assay. DMBA induced female Sprague- Dawley rats were used as animal models. Lipid peroxidation (TBARS), superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and glutathione peroxidase (GPx) levels were determined with and without OG & GA treatment in both cell lines and breast and liver tissues. Results: Cell viability analysis provided 40 ?M OG and 80 ?M GA as IC50 concentrations of the compounds for both the cell lines. The lipid peroxidation levels estimated showed an increase in cancer groups and a significant decrease upon OG and GA treatment and a decrease in SOD, CAT and GPx levels in cancer groups which was found to be increased with OG and GA treatment. The above condition was noted in MCF-7, MDA-MB-231 cell lines and in breast and liver tissues of in-vivo models. Conclusion: The results obtained provides an insight for the anticancer and antioxidant potentials of OG and GA from T. bellarica on breast cancer models indicating its efficacy to be used for breast cancer therapies with further exploration on their mechanism of action.
Rising Burden Of Smear Positive Leprosy Cases In A Tertiary Care Hospital Of North India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Stutikansra, Dr. Pushpa Devi, Dr Kanwardeep Singh, Dr Sapna Soneja Objective: To study rising burden of smear positive leprosy cases in a tertiary care hospital of North India from 2012- 2014. Methods: Patients with clinical suspicion of leprosy, attending Guru Nanak Dev Hospital, Amritsar, from January 2012 to December 2014 were referred to the Department of Microbiology, GMC, Amritsar where cases were confirmed by slit skin smear examination. Smears were prepared from eight sites, stained with modified Zeihl Neelsen stain and examined under oil immersion to look for acid fast bacilli (AFB). Results: Out of 235 clinically suspected patients, 62 were diagnosed as smear positive for acid fast bacilli. A rise in number of smear positive cases was observed from 21.2% in 2012 to 29.9% in 2014. Conclusion: There is an urgent need to take up measures to keep a check on leprosy by timely surveillance, easy availability of multidrug therapy at all medical centers in India so that prompt treatment can be started to prevent damage to the nerves and prevent disabilities.
Maggot Debridement: an Alternative Method for Debridement for Chronic Ulcers published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Bharat Kumar Suthar, Kumar Gautam, Dr. Ashish Pareek A chronic wound that does not heal in an orderly set of stages and in a predictable amount of time the way most wounds do. These wounds cause patients severe emotional and physical stress and create a significant financial burden on patients and the whole healthcare system. The mechanism of such maggot therapy was shown to be due to the debridement, disinfection, and wound healing enhancement actions of maggot secretions. The efficacy of MDT in chronic wound management has been demonstrated in chronic venous ulcers, pressure ulcers, and diabetic ulcers. MDT has been described in Sushruta samhita in context of ulcerated growths (arbuda chikitsa) for the wound debridement in chikitsa sthana 18. Their use declined with the advent of antibiotics. MDT is more selective than surgical debridement, decreases time to healing and stay of patients in the ward, and may decrease the risk of major amputations. However, the evidence of these effects of MDT on the highest level is presently lacking.
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Perspectives of science and education

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Free Convection Boundary-Layer Flow of A Nanofluid Past A Vertically Stretching Sheet with Momentum, Thermal and Solutal Slip published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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M. Subhas Abel, Monayya Mareppa, Mahesha Narayana, Jagadish V Tawade Boundary-layer flow of a nanofluid past a stretching sheet with momentum, thermal, and solutal, slip conditions have been investigated numerically by Runge-Kutta shooting technique. The model used for the nanofluid incorporates the effects of Brownian motion and thermophoresis. A similarity solution is presented which depends primarily on Prandtl number Pr, Lewis number Le, Brownian motion number Nb, and thermophorsis number Nt. The variation of the reduced Nusselt number and reduced Sherwood number with Nb and Nt for various values of Pr and Le is presented in tabular and graphical forms. Comparison with published results is presented.
Diversity and abundance of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Order - Odonata) of Pohara Range in Pohara Malkhed Reserve Forest, Maharashtra (India) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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N. A. Manwar, P. P. Rathod, I. A. Raja The present work is aimed to study diversity and abundance of dragonflies and damselflies of Pohara range in Pohara Malkhed Reserve Forest, Maharashtra. This study has been carried out for one year from June 2012 to May 2013. We observed six families of Dragonflies and Damselflies (Order Odonata). The most abundant family was Lebellulidae comprising 20 species followed by Coenagrionidae comprising 10 species. The list abundant families were Gomphidae, Ashnidae, Platycenemididae and Lestidae comprise one, two, one and one species respectively. Species richness (S), Relative abundance (P), Species diversity, and Evenness (E) were studied.
Welcome to Journal of Modern Materials published in

Journal of Modern Materials

Published by Advanced International Journals of Research [AIJR]
Adam A. Bahishti Materials science research has been the most important field of research for a long time. Only materials scientists can provide the building blocks, modelling, necessary tools, processes, and components that are needed for an ever growing scientific society. Materials science research is a multidisciplinary field, where physicists, chemists, engineers, biologists, and others meet to explore the properties, structure, and applications from a single atom or molecule to a complex structure such as nanostructured materials. Dealing with problems in the materials field requires the development of sophisticated new equipment and procedures. Recently, advanced materials such as functional materials, photovoltaic materials, conductive polymers, composite materials, nanostructured materials, etc. have attracted remarkable attention.
Attitude of school teachers towards use of TLM in regular teaching learning process published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dipankar Das, Bijan Sarkar In modern education system Teaching Learning Material (TLM) plays a vital role. Now a days different types of TLM is available to enhance teaching learning process more effective. In this study researcher tries to find out that the attitude of school teachers towards the use of TLM in regular teaching learning and frequency of use of those TLM in regular teaching. Researcher in his study find out that the attitude of school teachers towards use of TLM is more or less satisfactory but the frequency of use in regular class is very poor
A Review on Question Generation System from Punjabi Text Contain Historical Information? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Parshan Singh, Rajbhupinder Kaur? Automatic Question generation is a process of generating questions automatically from a text with the help of various NLP techniques. Main challenging area while generating the questions from a text automatically is that it must be correct semantically. Rule based approach is most common approach to generate the questions automatically from a text. In this paper we are presenting the review on question generation from historical documents written in Punjabi language. To generate the questions automatically from a Punjabi text a corpora in Punjabi language which contain various named entities such as names of persons, locations, cities, countries and other entities is required which is not yet available. So a NER (Named Entity Recognition) Tool is also need to be created which recognizes the names from a given sentence and generate the appropriate questions from it.
GERENCIA Y SOCIEDAD DEL CONOCIMIENTO PARA OPTIMIZAR EL DESEMPEÑO ACADÉMICO DEL DOCENTE. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
María Mercedes Carrillo Universidad Nacional Experimental “Rafael María Baralt” mercecar-42-68@hotmail.com Trujillo, Venezuela KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY TO OPTIMIZE TEACHING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. Society is undergoing rapid changes as a result of the waves of change with the passing of the years. Each day brings new challenges to managers of organizations. Hence, this paper aims to "identify the importance of Management and Knowledge Society to Optimize Teaching Academic Performance". Methodologically article is based on an investigation of documentary-descriptive, based on recognized authors reading; bibliographic texts to support the theoretical literature review. In conclusion, there are: The new management faces a change of learning; It reflects information society, knowledge; We are facing a landscape of challenges, such as the creation of knowledge; Education is a crucial factor in this social transformation. Finally, analyzing the results was evident in the treated subject that the texts consulted and contributions of investigated theoretical gave support and scientific relevance article presented.
CRIMINALS OF RESEARCH published in

Escalating Research

Published by Advance Educational Institute and Research Center
Shamoon Noushad & Sadaf Ahmed The main purpose to write this editorial is to stipulate the errors extant in research & development sector in Pakistan. When we talk about health care research these blunders are not considered booboos because these lead towards many deadly or adversarial outcomes & eventually making the researcher criminal.
NOISOLOGY published in

Mediamusic

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Bysko M. V. The article considers the noise as the most important category of media culture, its ontology and gnoseological quality, impact ways and possible forms of study. "Noisology" is offered like a separate direction in the science of sound. Today, there are systems of learning and teaching of speech and music, but we are not trained to understand or decipher the noises. We often resort to our own empirical experience when talking about noise or trying to identify it, describe its semantics, symbols or imagery. In the media artistic creation and production of the XX-XXI centuries, the role of the noise is not in doubt. "Music for percussion", "symphonies of noises", noise soundtracks, noisomusic, ars-acoustic, noise tools, data bases of noises and sound-engineering practice of audio effects, all can be confirmation of this phenomena. So, applied mission of art noises requires scientific understanding. Therefore the noisology presents three central topics: noise psychoacoustics, noise semiotics, and noise imagery including its "musicality".
Effect of different concentration of brine on the sensory quality of spiced paneer published in

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Grace . A. Thachil, S. N. Rajakumar The study was conducted to determine the effect of different concentration of brine viz. 3%, 5%, 10% and 15% on the flavor, body and texture, color and appearance and overall acceptability of spiced paneer. Significant (p<0.01) decrease in flavor, body and texture and overall acceptability with increase in concentration of brine was observed in spiced paneer. The color and appearance score also decreases with increase in concentration of brine but the increase is not significant (p>0.05). The sensory attributes i.e. flavor, body and texture and overall acceptability was maximum for spiced paneer immersed in 3 % brine. The increase in concentration of brine above 3 % drastically decreased the sensory scores of spiced paneer.
CASH FLOW STATEMENTS OF STATE BANK OF INDIA AND HDFC BANK: A COMPARATIVE STUDY published in

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Dr. BHAVSINH M. DODIYA,KALPESH GELDA From the financial year 2004-05, it has become mandatory for all the Indian companies to present Cash Flow Statement in their Annual Reports. Institute of Chartered Accounts of India (ICAI) has issued Accounting Standard-3 (AS-3) for the cash flow statement. According to this, all the cash transactions of the company are divided in three activities i.e. Operating, Investing and Financing activities. Such classification helps the investors and other stakeholders in analyzing the cash flow data. In this paper, a comparative study has been undertaken between two banks: State Bank of India (a public sector bank) and HDFC Bank (a private sector bank).
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
Tape Worm Infestations in 2 Persons of Beef Consumption published in

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Dr. K. Sreekanth, Dr. Shaik Syfulla Sharif Tapeworms are long, segmented worms of the class Cestoda, which comprise 1 of 3 classes of parasitic worms (worms that require a host within which to mature).These worms lack an intestinal tract and instead can absorb nutrients through their integument.Although infection with T saginata (obtained from raw or undercooked beef) occurs worldwide, the prevalence is less than 1% . Here we report 2 cases of tape worm infestation presenting to Government General Hospital Kurnool.
Awareness and Effectiveness (In the Opinion of Tax Consultants and Auditors) of the New Amendment in Income Tax Act, “Place of Effective Management” with Special reference to Bengaluru published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

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HEMANTH S ANGADI Master of Commerce CHRIST(Deemed to be University) Bengaluru ESHWARAN KRISHNASWAMY Master of Commerce CHRIST(Deemed to be University) Bengaluru Abstract This paper examines the awareness and effectiveness of the new amendment in IT Act, Place of Effective Management (PoEM). The main objective of this amendment is to bring all those companies which were incorporated outside India but operated from India in order to evade tax. This article examines the datacollected with correlation and anova test. With the results we could infer that the respondents were aware about the new amendment and the respondents expect the amendment to be effective. The article concludes by showing that this amendment will bring in the necessary changes in determining the residential status of a company.
PRINTABILITY COMPARISON OF WHITE OPAQUE AND GOLDEN OPAQUE NTR (NON TEARABLE) PAPER WITH DIGITAL PRINTING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mrs. Chetna Gupta*1, Mr. Ankit Boora2 , Mr. Sandeep Boora3 & Mr. Bijender4 For achieving better quality targets, conventional paper is being replaced by NTR paper (Synthetic paper).Synthetic paper is available in various finishes, golden opaque & white opaque are most popular in that.Objective of this paper is to analysis printability of golden & white NTR paper grade.A master was prepared with the help of high definition images, various quality control patches & some text which was printed with the help of dry toner based digital printing machine.The test prints were analyzed for printability Gain, Print Contrast.
A VALIDATED STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF ABACAVIR, LAMIVUDINE AND DOLUTEGRAVIR IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Khaleel1* and Sk. Abdul Rahaman2 A new simple, precise, selective, accurate and rapid reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic stability indicating method had been developed and validated for simultaneous quantitative determination of Abacavir, Lamivudine and Dolutegravir in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form. The chromatographic separation was achieved with Inertsil ODS 2504.6 mm, 5?m particle size column. The optimized mobile phase consisting of pH 3.0 Phosphate buffer: Acetonitrile: Methanol (50:20:30 %v/v). The flow rate was 1.0 mL/min and eluents were detected at 257 nm using PDA detector. The retention time of Lamivudine, Abacavir and Dolutegravir were found to be 2.169, 2.676 and 6.367 respectively. The percentage recoveries for Lamivudine, Abacavir and Dolutegravir were found to be in the range of 98.01 -101.5 %, 99.20 101.67 % and 98.35 - 102.14 %. The calibration curve was constructed between peak area vs concentration and demonstrated good linear in the range of 15 -90 ?g/ml for Lamivudine, 30-180 ?g/ml for Abacavir and 2.5-15 ?g/ml for Dolutegravir. Degradation studies were studied for Abacavir, Lamivudine and Dolutegravir under various stress conditions such as acid hydrolysis, base hydrolysis, oxidation, thermal, photochemical and UV. All the degradation peaks were resolved effectively using developed method with different retention times. The developed method was validated according to ICH guidelines. As the method could effectively separates the degradation products from active ingredient, it can be used for routine analysis of drug both in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form.
CITY ADMINISTRATION TRANSPARENCY INDEX: A STUDY OF THE MOST POPULOUS CITIES IN RIO GRANDE DO NORTE STATE published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Fabia Jaiany Viana de Souza, Clio da Costa Barros, Fabio Resende de Araujo, Maurcio Correa da Silva The general purpose of this study is to analyse the transparency in the most populous cities in Rio Grande do Norte state by means of a methodology proposed by Biderman e Puttomatti (2011).In order to achieve this objective, Rio Grande do Norte cities with a population of at least 50,000 in habitantes were selected. This resulted in a sample of eight cities (Natal, Mossor, Parnamirim, So Gonalo do Amarante, Macaba, Cear-Mirim, Caic e Au).The methodology employed to establish a rank of the cities transparencies, by means of analysis of their websites, included variables such as budget execution, budget classification, contracts, historical series, optional download, ease of navigation, which are divided in three parameters: contents, historical series, update and usability. According to the results, among the eight cities analysed, Natal had the best transparency index, with a 79% score, followed by Parnamirim (72%) and Caic (67%). Furthermore, a comparison of the performance of the cities in the three parameters analysed showed that the cities had higher scores on items related to historical series and update. The conclusion is that the city administrations subject to the survey still need to improve their information transparency levels so that citizens may have a better experience with the contents provided in the official websites and that the population may bring into effect the social control of the public management practices in a more effective way
Identifying Factors Influencing the Academic Performance in an Indian Undergraduate Dental Student Sample published in

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Dr Rucha Kashyap Identifying factors influencing the academic performance of undergraduate dental students will provide evidence regarding the impact of demographic, socioeconomic and educational patterns on the same. Improved knowledge of this relationship will provide a basis to guide the design of dental education programs, thus playing an important role in the current context of increasing demand for higher standards of education. Our findings provide encouraging evidence for more focus on the emotional and psychological needs of dental students for better academic performance and, thereafter, better clinical performance. Assessment of the impact of todays societal and economic changes and expansion on dental care systems in characteristics of freshman undergraduate students is important for the context of expansion of higher education.
Shakespeares Poetic Dramatic Structure and Tradition of Tragic Romances in Romeo and Juliet published in

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Dr. Muhammad Ali Abbakar, Suleiman Al Tinawi This paper examines Shakespeares Poetic Dramatic Structure and Tradition of Tragic Romances in Romeo and Juliet. Shakespeare's use of his poetic dramatic structure, especially effects such as switching between comedy and tragedy to heighten tension, his expansion of minor characters, and his use of sub-plots to embellish the story, has been praised as an early sign of his dramatic skill. The play ascribes different poetic forms to different characters, sometimes changing the form as the character develops. Romeo, for example, grows more adept at the sonnet over the course of the play. Romeo and Juliet has been adapted numerous times for stage, film, musical and opera. During the English Restoration, it was revived and heavily revised by William Davenant. David Garrick's 18th-century version also modified several scenes, removing material then considered indecent, and Georg Benda's operatic adaptation omitted much of the action and added a happy ending. Performances in the 19th century, including Charlotte Cushman's, restored the original text, and focused on greater realism.
ACHYRANTHES ASPERA HAVE THE POTENTIAL ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTY IN SCAVENGING FREE RADICALS PRODUCED AS A RESULT OF OXIDATIVE STRESS INDUCED BY ARSENIC. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shayan Shakeel* Ajay Kumar Sharma* Md Sohail* and Veena Sharma** The current investigation was undertaken to evaluate antioxidant potential role of Achyranthus aspera in arsenic induced oxidative stress in swiss albino mice. In this study, impact of two different plant part (root and leaves) of Achyranthes aspera on adult female mice which were treated with various plant extracts following exposure to arsenic was investigated. 48 Swiss albino mice weighing 20-30g were obtained from Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, India and were divided into 6 groups each containing 8 mice and received various doses of leaf and root extracts following sodium arsenate treatment. Liver was obtained from the mice and tissue homogenates were used for the estimation of SOD, CAT, GSH, GPx, GST and LPO. Arsenic exposure led to significant rise TBARS (0.313 .002 nmols TBARS/h/g), fall in SOD (0.190 .003 U/mg protein/h), decrease in CAT activity (0.329 .001 nmol H2O2 consumed/min/mg protein), rise in GSH (0.072 .005 nmol GSH / g tissue) and significant decrease in GST activity (2.81 .14 nmols CDNB conjugates formed/min/mg protein) as compared to control group. From the above findings, it can be concluded that, Achyranthes aspera have the anti-oxidant potential in scavenging free radical produced as a result of oxidative stress induced by arsenic.
Synthesis of Some Novel Ligands of Benzimidazole Derivatives published in

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U C Mashelkar, V Pandey Synthesis of new benzimidazole derivative were described. 3-(1H-benzimidazol-2-ylmethyl)-benzo[d]isoxazole was oxidized and subsequently reduced to get the ligands. Complexation of the ligand with copper and nickel was studied.
Skill Development for MSMES Advancement published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Prakash Ratanlal Rodiya The present paper is an attempt to understand the significance of skill advancement for MSMEs. The purpose of the paper to visualize and conceptualize the learning profile of lab our strength, segment wise presentation of skill advancement and list of key skills in require in various MSME. The data is composed from secondary sources and the paper will give a chance for new measurement in the area of MSME investigation. Adequate skilled human resources are one of the key factors for the advancement of any segment. In case of Indian MSME segment, the skilled resources are not up to the mark and this has clearly affected the development of the segment in a adequate manner. The skill deficiency's are clearly an issue and it desires particular attention. The segment which has so much of possible in terms of employment creation but it has not able to execute in this regard as deficiency of skill manpower is a main issue. It is often said that India has the demographic dividend and dissimilar other developed nation where dependence ratio is considerably Towering, in case of India it is low. This major benefit must be altered into a skilled manpower so that the industry requires can be made. Today the difficulty is not related to deficiency of employment opportunities, it is essentially related to the problem of employability. Dr. Prakash Ratanlal Rodiya "Skill Development for MSMES Advancement" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18659.pdf
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.
OPTIMIZATION OF VALSARTAN TABLET FORMULATION BY 2 3 FACTORIAL DESIGN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. P. R. Chowdary*, K. Ravi Shankar and P. Suneel Kumar Valsartan, a widely prescribed anti hypertensive drug belongs to class II under BCS classification and exhibit low and variable oral bioavailability due to its poor aqueous solubility. It needs enhancement in the dissolution rate in its formulation development. Complexation with ?-cyclodextrin (?CD), use of Primojel and PVP K 30 are tried for enhancing the dissolution rate of valsartan in its formulation development. The objective of the present study is optimization of valsartan tablet formulat ion employing Primojel, ?CD and PVP K 30 by 2 3 factorial design. Formulation of valsartan tablets with NLT 85% dissolution in 10 min employing Primojel, ?CD and PVP K 30 was optimized by 2 3 factorial design. Eight valsartan tablet formulations were prepared using selected combinations of the three factors as per 2 3 factorial design. Valsartan tablets were prepared by direct compression method and were evaluated for drug content, hardness, friability, and isintegration time and dissolution rate characteristics. The dissolution rate (K 1) values were analysed as per ANOVA of 2 3 factorial design to find the significance of the individual and combined e ffects of the three factors (?CD, Primojel and PVP K 30) involved on the dissolution rate of valsartan tablets formulated. ANOVA of K1 values indicated that the individual and combined effects of the three factors, ?CD, Primojel and PVP K 30 in influencing the dissolution rate of valsartan tablets are highly significant (P < 0.01). Valsartan tablet formulations PFa and PFac disintegrated rapidly with in 1min and gave very rapid dissolution of valsartan, 100% in 10 min. Higher levels of ?CD and lower levels of Primojel gave low dissolution rates of valsartan tablets. The increasing order of dissolution rate (K 1) observed with various formulations was PF a = PFac > PFab > PFabc >PFbc> PFb > PFc > PF1. The polynomial equation describing the relationship between the response i.e. percent drug dissolved in 10min (Y) and the levels of Primojel (X 1) , ?CD (X 2) and PVP K 30 (X 3) based on the observed results is Y = 56.146 + 37.478(X1) + 1.676(X 2) 5.288(X 1 X2) + 1.563(X 3) - 2.942(X 1 X3) 1.123(X 2 X3) - 0258(X1 X2 X3). Based on the above polynomial equation, the optimized valsartan tablet formulat ion with NLT 85% dissolution in 10 min could be formulated employing Primojel at 26.77% of drug content, ?CD at 1:3 ratio of drug: ?CD and PVP K 30 at 1% of drug content. The optimized valsartan tablet formulation gave 87.23% dissolution in 10min fulfilling the target dissolution set. The dissolution profile of the optimized valsartan tablet formulation was similar to that of a commercial brand (Valent 40). Hence formulation of valsartan tablets with NLT 85% dissolution in 10 min could be optimized by 2 3 factorial design.
IMPLEMENTATION ON PUBLIC KEY CRYPTOGRAPHY AND LOCATION BASED AUTHENTICATION FOR KERBEROS AUTHENTICATION PROTOCOL published in

International Education and Research Journal

Published by
Amit Thorat, Khadir Sayyad, Pranay Share, Darshan Thorat Kerberos is one of the advanced security system that helps prevent people from stealing information that gets sent across the network from one computer to another. Usually, these people are after your password. The Kerberos security system, guards electronic transmissions that get sent across the Internet. It does this by scrambling the information -- encrypting it -- so that only the computer that is supposed to receive the information can unscramble it, or say decrypt it. In addition, it makes sure that your password itself never gets sent across the wire: only a scrambled "key" to your password. To make a certain addition to the Kerberos Protocol we add the public key Cryptography for the phases of the Kerberos Authentication System. This would help in a more secure and a password attack free system. There would also be addition of the current location of the user requesting the service to the Data provided by the user which would add to more authentication and security.
Comparative Study of Open Versus Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises in Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome- A Clinical Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr V.K MOHANDAS KURUP, Dr ABHISHEK CHOWDHERY Background: To define which rehabilitation methodology is best suited for patellofemoral pain syndrome as there is not much study to define in a comparative clinical set up with an O.K.C and C.K.C exercise with prolong follow up. | Hypothesis: The long-term effect of closed kinetic chain training is significantly better compared to the effect of open kinetic chain in patellofemoral pain. | Study Design: Prospective randomized clinical trial. | Methods: 54 subjects were randomly divided into two groups, one group followed of open kinetic chain rehabilitation method and other one closed chain rehabilitation method for 12 week. Pre and post test result were compared with 4 defined functional test, results are statistically compared. | Results: At the end of six month follow-up, all 4 tests (1- triple hop test, 2-flexion measurement test, 3- quadriceps girth, 4- V.A.S) were assessed in pre and post test result form and were compared statically. | Conclusions: On the basis of these results, it was noted that both open kinetic chain and closed kinetic chain programs lead to an equal long-term good functional outcome. | Abbreviation used- O.K.C (Open kinetic chain), C.K.C (closed kinetic chain), V.A.S (Visual pain analog scale), Quad.G. (Quadriceps girth), PFPS (Patellofemoral pain syndrome) R.M (Repetitive maximum) |
Penerapan Smart Campus sebagai Pendukung Kegiatan Pendidikan dalam Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Muhammad Cordiaz Tantangan perguruan tinggi di era global adalah menghasilkan lulusan yang dapat beradaptasi dengan perkembangan jaman. Penyelenggaraan pendidikan dapat dilakukan dengan lebih modern dengan menerapkan teknologi yang terdapat dalam konsep smart campus. Penerapan teknologi smart campus membutuhkan waktu dan dana yang besar. Keuntungnya; teknologi smart campus dapat diterapkan bertahap. Pendidikan sebagai salah satu tanggungan jawab dalam Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi dapate menerapkan teknologi smart campus dalam bentuk jaringan wifi yang memadai; e-learning yang memanfaatkan aplikasi mobile dan web conference untuk presentasi online dan mata kuliah praktek.
Towards Bioactive Dental Restorative Materials with Chitosan and Nanodiamonds: Evaluation and Application published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
S R Grobler1*, V T Perchyonok2, R Mulder1, D Moodley1 Background/purposes: Recently various articles showed beneficial effects of the addition of different bioactive compounds towards dental materials. Therefore, the aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of the addition of bioactive materials and combination thereof (chitosan/nanodiamond or cyclodextrin/nanodiamond) to a dental composite. Materials and Methods: The flowable composite Premise by Kerr was used as the standard control dental material. Premise was also modified to contain: 10% nanodiamonds/Premise, 10%chitosan/nanodiamonds/Premise, 10% cyclodextrin/ nanodiamonds/Premise and 10% cyclodextrin/Premise and tested for their dentin bond strength, volumetric shrinkage, Vickers hardness and cytotoxicity. Results and Conclusion: Beneficial effects of the addition of different bioactive compounds towards dental materials were proved. A higher shear bond strength (p < 5%) was found after 3 months of Premise treated with nanodiamonds, chitosan, cyclodextrin (CD) and combinations thereof than the control Premise. The sequence for the Vickers hardness was: CD (32.5) < nano (34.8) < CD Nano (38.8) < Premise (39) < Chitosan Nano (42.2). Chitosan was found to increase the mouse 3T3 fibroblast cell survival rate (113%), while nanodiamonds (92%) and the combination of chitosan + nanodiamonds (93%) showed little cytotoxicity. The shrinkage was lower for all the additions than for Premise alone. Nanodiamonds and the combination chitosan + nanodiamonds showed little cytotoxicity towards mouse 3T3 fibroblast cells.
HEART RATE VARIABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH LIVER CIRRHOSIS A MARKER FOR AUTONOMIC DISFUNCTION published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Robert D. NEGRU, Doina-Clementina COJOCARU, Anca TRIFAN, Corina DIMA-COZMA The study aimed at evaluating the potential correlations between heart rate variability (HRV) parameters and liver cirrhosis severity and etiology, and at estimating the type of autonomic disfunction induced, over a 24 hour Holter monitoring. Methods. Included in the study were 48 patients with liver cirrhosis and 30 control subjects, submitted to a 24-hour ECG recording, whose time and frequency domain HRV parameters were analyzed. Results. The imbalance between the two autonomic components was reflected in significantly lower values recorded for the time-domain parameters (mean RR, SDNN, SDNN index and SDANN index), LF (P = 0.02) and LF/HF ratio (P < 0.001) in cirrhosis versus controls, except for HF, r-MSSD and pNN50, which suggests a markedly decreased sympathetic activity, with the vagal component less impaired. Alcoholic etiology recorded the most important impairment of HRV parameters. Conclusions. The 24-hour ECG monitoring of HRV parameters could help in establishing the noninvasive prognostic markers in patients with liver cirrhosis.
Contribution of Bee-Keeping Industry in the Development of Rural Entrepreneuship - A Case Study of M/S C.k Udyog published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Miss Jutimala Bora, Ms. Toralima Bora Defining entrepreneurship is not an easy task. To some, entrepreneurship means primarily innovation, to others it means risk-taking. To others a market stabilizing force and to others still it means starting, owning and managing a small business. An entrepreneur is a person who either creates new combinations of production factors such as new methods of production, new products, new markets, finds new sources of supply and new organizational forms or as a person who is willing to take risks or a person who by exploiting market opportunities, eliminates disequilibrium between aggregate supply and aggregate demand or as one who owns and operates a business. The Bee-keeping is a village industry and listed in the Government artisan sector. This indigenous industry has been taken by Khadi and Village Industries Commission to develop in the rural areas to create employment and generate production to use as food and medicine This paper will highlight the usefulness of Bee-keeping industry in the process of development of rural entrepreneurship making a case study of M/s C.K Udyog located at Charigaon village of Jorhat District.
Palm Yağı ve Kanatlı Hayvan Beslemede Kullanımı published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Süleyman Çalışlar, Elif Zorlusoy, Nesrin Doğan Kümes kanatlı hayvanları, tüy gelişimi, et ve yumurta üretimi için yüksek miktarda enerjiye gereksinim duyarlar. Bu enerjinin tamamının nişastadan karşılanması mümkün olmadığından kanatlı hayvan rasyonlarında yağ kullanılması zorunlu hale gelmektedir. Fiyatlarındaki artış nedeniyle rasyonlarda neredeyse yağ kullanılamaz hale gelmiştir. Bununla birlikte son yıllarda diğer yağlara göre fiyatı daha ucuz, temin ve tedariki daha kolay olan palm yağının kanatlı hayvan beslemede kullanılması yaygınlaşmaya başlamıştır. Dünyada tüketilen yağın yarısına yakınını palm yağı oluşturmaktadır. Türkiye’de yılda tüketilen 2 milyon tona yakın palm yağının iki yüz bin tona yakın kısmı yem üretiminde kullanılmakta ve bu rakam her geçen gün artış göstermektedir. Diğer bitkisel yağlara göre palm yağı ve palm yağı fraksiyonu yağların doymuş yağ asit içeriğinin yüksek olması bu yağın gerek insan gerekse hayvan beslenmesinde kullanılmasını sorunlu hale getirmektedir. Diğer yandan içerdiği karotenoidlerden dolayı serbest radikalleri pasifize ederek hücreleri oksidatif stresten ve yıkımdan koruması, yüksek oranda sahip olduğu tokoferollerin karaciğer enzimleri üzerinde etki göstererek kan kolesterolünü düşürücü etki göstermesi, genetik regülasyonda, seks steroidlerinin üretiminde, immün yanıtın ve akciğerin gelişiminde rol oynaması ve kan basıncını düşürmesi gibi özellikler palm yağını ayrıcalıklı kılmaktadır. Özellikle vitamin E bakımından zengin olması palm yağının kanatlı hayvan beslemede kullanımında önemli avantaj sağlamaktadır. Bu derleme çalışmada, palm yağının kanatlı kümes hayvanların beslenmesinde kullanımı ve interaktif rolleri incelenmiştir.
Design and Analysis of Perturb and Observe MPPT Techniques for Inverter in Photovoltaic System published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Shruthi K J , Giridhar Kini P , Viswanatha C and Rajashekar P Mandi Renewable energies are the most sought after alternatives for electric energy generation. The improvement in semiconductor and power electronics technology has led to precise operation of system at maximum power point, thus increasing the efficiency of the PV system. Many maximum power point tracking (MPPT) algorithms have been developed in recent times which provide maximum power tracking under varying conditions. Among the existing algorithms, perturb and observe (P & O) is the most explored technique. In this paper a comparison between the conventional P & O and improved P & O method is brought about. A MATLAB simulink based simulation study of PV module/ array is carried out and both the MPPT algorithms are explored for z-source inverter in photovoltaic system.
MODELLING & ANALYSIS OF HELICAL COIL SPRING UNDER DIFFERENT LOAD CONDITION BY USING FEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Manish C. Bahalkar*1 , Dr. Niranjan L. Shegokar2 P.G. Student1 , Associate Professor Currently, the automobile industries have challenges of improvements in their product quality and its performance together with the weight reduction and cost reduction. Automobile industries directed their efforts towards the use of alternative materials which results in increase of strength to weight ratio. The use of composite materials is new trend in the design of automobile components due to their light weight and costs. The present work attempts to check the feasibility of select composite materials in the design of helical coil spring used in automobile suspension systems. The design of helical coil spring is first analysed for SAE 9254 material and then compared with that of for the composite – Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics material. The modelling of the helical spring has been done using Solidworks 2013 and simulations were performed using ANSYS R16.1 to find the stresses, deflections at the stated loads. It was observed that the stresses developed in CFRP material helical coil spring is lower as compared to the stresses developed in SAE 9254 material helical coil spring. The results indicate that composite materials are feasible option at normal loading conditions
A Review on Anaerobic Treatment in Decentralized and Source-Separation-Based Sanitation Concepts: Applicability in Developing Countries published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Atun Roy Choudhury | Ashok Kumar N | Arutchelvan V Providing reliable and cheap effluent treatment in rural areas may be a challenge in several components of the globe, significantly in developing countries. The issues and limitations of the centralized approaches for effluent treatment square measure increasingly egress. Anaerobic digestion of effluent ought to be a core technology utilized in localized sanitation systems particularly once their objective is additionally resource conservation and recycling. The foremost economical system involves separate assortment and anaerobic digestion of the foremost focused domestic effluent streams: black or brown water and solid fraction of room waste. Separate assortment victimization negligible quantity of transport water beside saving this resource permits applying a targeted treatment. A comparatively tiny volume of digestible effluent is directly reused for fertilization or processed once a top quality product is needed. Clean nutrient production needs advanced multi-step treatment, however, the standard of product is unhazardous. The difficulty of organic micro-pollutants and their accumulation within the surroundings is recently usually self-addressed. Anaerobic treatment of total domestic effluent stream is applied further. Treated during this means effluent is discharged or used for irrigation or fertilization. The post-treatment is sometimes needed and its rate of quality depends on the anaerobic effluent quality and native necessities for final effluent quality. Understanding the receiving surroundings is crucial for technology choice and will be accomplished by conducting a comprehensive website analysis method. A spread of technological solutions for the treatment of domestic effluent streams and recycle of resources is mentioned during this paper. Atun Roy Choudhury | Ashok Kumar N | Arutchelvan V"A Review on Anaerobic Treatment in Decentralized and Source-Separation-Based Sanitation Concepts: Applicability in Developing Countries" 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/ijtsrd3555.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/environmental-engineering/3555/a-review-on-anaerobic-treatment-in-decentralized-and-source-separation-based-sanitation-concepts-applicability-in-developing-countries/atun-roy-choudhury
Hileli Finansal Raporlama Riskini Ortaya Çıkaran Faktörler: BIST’da Bir Uygulama (Determinants of Fraudulent Financial Reporting Risk: Evidence from Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE)) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Mehmet KÖRPİ Mehmet CİVAN Ekrem KARA The data users need reliable financial statements when they make any decision. In this study we aim to identify the factors that determine fraud risk in financial statements by examining the listed firms in Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) over the period 2009 and 2013. Using quarterly data, we included 408 periods belonging 32 firms that have fraud risk and the control group consists of 20 firms with 400 periods in this analysis. By employing logistics regression analysis, we found that receivables turnover, financial leverage, gross profit margin, BV (Book Value) / MV (Market Value), natural logarithm of total assets, the total duration of the firms in the stock exchange, the big four auditing firm and z score are important factors to detect the fraud risk in financial statements. The correct classification rate of the logistic regression analysis is found 75.1%.
Intra-Elite Conflict and Problems of Governance in Nigeria: Imperatives of Games Theory in African Politics published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
I. S Ladan-Baki | C. Enwere In modern African politics, terrorism and failed state syndrome have became prevalent and a challenge to democratic values and virtues of good governance, posing great threat and stress to the survival of domestic political systems. This increasing political stress is a product of competition and struggle for power and supremacy among players in the executive and legislative organs of government, which has reduced the parliament to a rubber stamp of power seekers as well as the use of electoral violence as instruments of regime change. Therefore, this study seeks to examine the root cause of political struggle and problems of good governance in Africa by analyzing the variables of intra-elite crisis in the parliament and the quest for establishment of spheres of influence by players in the executive arm. The rivalry between both elites has created tremendous problems of governance and the desires of incumbent presidents to elongate their tenure by using the legislature to amend the constitution to suit their third term bid as was seen in Burundi. The games theory is used as a tool of analysis to describe the roles of elites in the intra-power struggle for the control of the parliament which has made modern legislatures in Africa a new theater for proxy wars of domestic power seekers resulting in the collapse of parliamentary values and the ascendency of executive authoritarianism. This has made legislature in Africa weak and unstable culminating in the democratization of disempowerment of the citizens from the benefits of good governance, promoting poverty, political exclusion, apathy and frustration. Therefore, we conclude that intra-elite struggle for power has provided the political mechanism for reshaping and influencing the legislative processes and powers of the parliament to satisfy the self interest of power seekers. I. S Ladan-Baki | C. Enwere"Intra-Elite Conflict and Problems of Governance in Nigeria: Imperatives of Games Theory in African Politics" 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/ijtsrd2498.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/political-science/2498/intra-elite-conflict-and-problems-of-governance-in-nigeria-imperatives-of-games-theory-in-african--politics/i-s-ladan-baki
An Empirical Study on the Efficiency of Performance Appraisal System in Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC), India published in

??letme Ara?t?rmalar? Dergisi (Journal of Business Research-Turk)

Published by Melih Topaloglu
V.K. SINGH, Bani KOCHAR, Sedat YKSEL The study provides a crisp and comprehensive picture of the objectives with which the Indian organizations apply systems to appraise their employees,the basis the companies use to appraise their employees and the reasons for which the companies have attempted to adopt new systems of performance appraisal. Further the study works upon empirical data pertaining to the above system with special reference to Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC), India. Also, certain suggestive schemes which this state statutory body has come up to overcome the limitations of the existing system and survive in the dynamic environment, have been mentioned.
Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah and the Online Banking System: Implications for Service Delivery published in

International Journal of Fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh Studies

Published by IIUM Press, International Islamic University Malaysia
Nabil Bello; Must. Fahinur Haque; Adewale Abideen Adeyemi; Aznan Hasan One of the Sharīʿah’s requirements in conducting transactions is realising the Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah. The Modern online banking system is very common to everyone, so it is considered as al-ʿUrf or al-ʿādah (common practice or custom) under the Sharīʿah. However, its practice is surrounded with security concerns, ease of use, and trust and cost implications that need observance of some Sharīʿah rulings. This qualitative analytic study uses the framework for the Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah to explicate the ideal practice of online banking in service delivery to realize the Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah. While Islam places more attention on the essential needs, online banking should as well be intended to provide essential services to customers and remove hardship in financial transactions. Banks should hence desist from causing any harm through the charging of hidden fees, causing more confusion to their clients, and even devising deceptive means that lead to the charging of ribā. Instead, banks should use online services to introduce means that promote the realization of the Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah. This paper stresses the importance of financial technology in realising the Maqāṣid al-Sharīʿah.
A Study on Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction Towards Hotels in Tirupur District published in

Published by
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.
Omega-3 in linseed and its role in human diet published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NIDHI KOSHTA, PARDEEP YADAV AND SANGEETA TETWAR Linseed oil is well-known for its health benefits mainly attributed to its high content of omega-3 alpha linolenic acid (55-57%). Linseed oil is composed of five main fatty acids, namely palmitic (C16:0;~6%) (PAL), stearic (C18:0;~2.5%) (STE), oleic (C18:1cis?9; ~19%) (OLE), linoleic (C18:2 cis?9 ; ??6 fatty acid; ~24%) (LIO) and linolenic (C18:3 cis?9 12, 15; ??3 fatty acid; ~55 57%) (LIN) acid The nutritional significance of flax seed oil is due to the presence of higher level of ?-linolenic acid (ALA) of omega-3 fatty acid (O3FA) family. ALA, an essential fatty acid, acts as precursor of biological active longer chain polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) of omega-3 class, mainly eicosapentaeonic acid (EPA) and Docosahexanoic acid (DHA). The positive impact of LC omega-3 on heart health includes: protection against heart attacks by reducing the risk of abnormal heart rhythms; maintaining healthy blood vessels. At present Western diet is deficient in omega-3 fatty acids with a ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 of 15/1 to 16.7/1, instead of 1/1 as is the case with wild animals and presumably human beings.A land plant source of LC omega-3, if achieved and assuming their cultivation will be permitted will be cheaper than using yeast or microalgae. The omega-3 desaturase obtained from the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans efficiently and quickly converted the omega-6 fatty acids
DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF TRIBAL GOAT FARMERS IN NADIA DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL published in

Published by
N. K. TUDU,K. K. GOSWAMI The present study was conducted in Nadia district of West Bengal during January, 2010 to December, 2012 with two specific objectives, viz., (i) to study the demographic profile of the Tribal goat farmers and (ii) to study the housing and feeding systems followed by the Tribal goat farmers for keeping goats. Women members of farmers family played a major role (61.33%) in the rearing of goats. Goat farming is much popular amongst the landless, small marginal farmers (49.33%), followed by the agricultural labourers (33.33%), whereas, only 12% of small business holders and 5.33% of service men are involved in goat rearing. Survey indicated that majority of farmers kept their goats confined during night only (54.66%). Farmers housed their goats with other animals (36%) and with themselves in their dwelling places (9.33%); 54.66% farmers kept their goats separately. From socio-economic profile study, it can be said that goat farming is still an occupation of poor ST community.
Evaluation on the Effect of Mutation of FKS1 Gene in Candida albicans Strains Resistant to Caspofungin in Iran published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Leila Fozouni,Dr Mansour Bayat Candida albicans has an instable resistance to common anti-fungal medicines,which is mainly because of fluctuations in the structural and regulatory genes of the fungus. The present study aims to investigate the anti-fungal effects of caspofungin on clinical strains of Candida albicans . Different tests were taken to identify Candida albicans yeast.The gene regions of samples were enhanced by 514 bp using PCR method. Sequencing was then conducted on 6 PCR products.Upon reviewing PCR products, it was found out that the protein sequence in 35 isolates were similar to the wild type of Candida albicans; while the protein sequence was changed in 6 isolates and the main changes were diagnosed in serine 645 position in FKS1 gene.In the present study, it was found out that major point mutations in the serine 645 position in FKS1 gene leads to the resistance of Candida albicans strains to caspofungin.
CONCEPTS BIBLE AND BIBLEISMS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Svetlana Iliinichna Shamarova The article covers the structure of the Bible (Old and New Testament), its time provenance, the most famous translations of the Bible into various languages of the world. Besides, definitions of bibleisms and its basic groups of singling out are presented under different criteria.
Study of Prevalence of Mycotic Keratitis published in

Published by
Dr. S. Anuradha Aims are 1. To study the occurrence of fungal corneal ulcer in different age groups, the distribution of fungal corneal ulcer in respect to sex, Distribution in relation to occupation, common causative agents, oetiopathogenesis, to study the effectiveness of Natamycin and Fluconazole , in the management of mycotic keratitis. The study involved 190 cases o f corneal ulcers admitted in Regional Eye Hospital, Kurnool. Out of 190 cases, 45 cases showed positive fungal cultures on microbiological investigations .Incidence was found tJo be high In the age group o f 31- 60 years , incidence was high among males .Aspergillus was the most common fungi identified , followed by Candida .Most of the persons affected were agricultural labourers. CONCLUSION : Even though these cases responded favourably to treatment , the end result obtained after follow up in our series of cases was, large percentage of cases ended with corneal leucomas and evisceration and so visual prognosis was found to be poor. This clearly showed the need to improve the ophthalmic care and treatment at the peripheral level and in rural areas , for the early diagnosis and early management of cases and early referral to higher centers at the earliest so as to reduce vision threatening complications , thereby to improve visual prognosis in these cases and , the need for invention of more effective antifungal agents
Fistulation and Cannulation of the Rumen in Buffaloes: Comparision of Two Methods published in

Published by
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.
EVALUATION OF APOPTOTIC ACTIVITY OF BANGLADESHI PLANTS EXTRACT published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Prawej Ansari1, 2*, Mustafe Khalid Mohamed 2, Sanjeeda Sarmin Badhan2, Md. Saiful Islam1, Md. Niaz Hossain3, Sabbir Anwar2, Md. Mustarek Uddin Meemo2 Objective: This study was carried out with four plants, Ixora nigricans, Neolamarckia cadamba, Dalbergia stipulacea and Hymendictyon excelsum, extract and was intended to investigate as well as compare their activity on physiological model by studying in vitro. Method: The in vitro cytotoxic or apoptosis study was made using Brine shrimp lethality a bio-assay method, most known, simple and reliable method in this field. Result: Results of this study were obtained by following graphical analysis and expressed as median lethal concentration (LC50). Among those plant sample the extract from Ixora nigrican was found with least value (LC50 = 44.7?g/ml) at 95% confidence limit it ranges from 43.94 to 45.52?g/ml, the lower the value of LC50, higher the toxicity. Conclusion: On the view point from this result, we can conclude by saying that the extracts we studied have some pharmacological property that can aid in the treatment of carcinoma. We need to identify the molecule that causing this effect and then we can move for clinical trial.
Prevalence of malnutrition among pre-school children of Khagaria district of Bihar published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
INDU, NARENDRA KUMAR, ANANT KUMAR ANDMAMTA KUMARI The present study was conducted on randomly selected 100 pre-school children of Pansalwa village of Beldaur block of Khagaria district of Bihar. Gomez as well as Waterlows classification and MUAC value were used as tools to assess per cent prevalence of malnutrition among children. An equal per cent (33%) of children had been assessed as normal according to Gomez as well as Waterlows classification. A major per cent (55%) of children was categorized under Mild Malnutrition grade, whereas, 12 per cent children were moderately malnourished according to Gomez classification. According to Waterlows classification 77 per cent children were assessed as stunted. MUAC value put on records 37 per children under normal, 56 per cent under moderate and 7 per cent under severe malnutrition category.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF RP-UFLC AND UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF 10-(4'-N-[(?-HYDROXYETHYL) PIPERAZINE] BUTYL)-1, 3-DIMETHYL-10H-ACRIDINONE IN BULK DRUG AS A POTENT DNA INTERCALATOR published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Manoj Lamichhane1*, N.K. Sathish, Ankit Acharya, Braj Kishor Yadav1, Saroj Paudel The present RP-UFLC and UV methods are relatively simple, rapid, robust and highly precise in the determination of 10-(4'-N-[(?-Hydroxyethyl) piperazine] butyl)-1,3-dimethyl-10H-acridinone (HBA) in bulk drug. The chromatographic separation of the drug was achieved on eclipse plus C8 column (2504.6mm i.d. 5?m) using a mobile phase of methanol: water (50:50). The flow rate was 1.0 ml/min and effluents were monitored at 267 nm. The separation was achieved within 3.0 0.2 min. The method showed good linearity in the range of 0-10 ?g/mL with coefficient of correlation 0.9906. The intra and inter day RSD ranged within limits. The limit of detection and limit of quantification were 0.140 and 0.424 ?g/mL, respectively. UV spectrophotometric determination of HBA in bulk drug was done by using 0.1N HCL as solvent and the absorption maxima was found to be 262 nm. A linear response was observed in the range of 0-18 ?g/mL with a correlation coefficient of 0.999. The method was validated as per ICH guidelines and RSD ranged within limits. These methods can be successfully employed to quantify HBA in the bulk drug and can be used for routine quality control purposes. Keywords: 10-(4'-N-[(?-Hydroxyethyl) piperazine] butyl)-1,3-dimethyl-10H-acridinone (HBA), Method Validation, RP-UFLC, UV spectrophotometry.
Adhesive Joining A Paradigm Shift For Fabrication Technique published in

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N.P. Kamat, N.K. Kamble Mechanical joining techniques are commonly used in industries all over the world on a daily basis. A further method of joining has proven to be highly successful - Adhesive bonding. Known for thousands of years, adhesive bonding has become as important as other joining techniques as a result of the pace of developments in recent years. In many areas, this bonding technology has become a key technology. Virtually, all solid materials can be connected with one another using adhesives. This article reviews the fundamental paradigm shift evidenced in contemporary fabrication techniques as required to facilitate the emerging interest in delivering conservative alternatives.
A Study to Assess The Effectiveness of The Planned Teaching Programme To The Family Members on Knowledge Regarding Prevention and Management of Constipation In Geriatric Clients in Selected Community At Mangalore published in

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Ms. Linu mol.,Mrs.Shambhavi. Constipation is a common complaint among older people and a frequent concern for their health care providers. This study is to assess the effectiveness of planned teaching programme to the family members on knowledge regarding prevention and management of constipation in geriatric clients in selected community at Mangalore.An evaluative approach with one group pre-test post-test design was used for the study. Using purposive sampling technique,60 family members of geriatric clients were selected and data was collected using demographic proforma and structured knowledge questionnaire.The results revealed that, inpre-test majority (100%) of the family members had inadequate knowledge on prevention and management of constipation.In post-test, majority (91.7%) of the family members of geriatric clients had adequate knowledge.The study concluded that planned teaching programme was an effective measure to improve the knowledge of the family members of the geriatric clients regarding prevention and management of constipation
Supratentorial ependymoma presenting as a cortical cyst with a mural nodule in an adult: A Rare entity. published in

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Shivanand reddy k.v.,Sanjay Kumar, Vinayak Kadlimati Supratentorial ependymoma is a rare tumour in the adult central nervous system. We present an unusual case of supratentorial ependymoma in a young adult that presented as a pure cortical cyst with a mural nodule and discuss the differential diagnosis of such lesions in the brain
Neurocysticercosis: the Notorious Vanishing Ring Enhancing Lesion. published in

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Kavita Krishna, Sachin Adukia, Namrata Jagade, Ankur Gupta, Ag Diwan Objectives: To evaluate patients with ring enhancing lesion (REL) and associated clinical features thereby charting out diagnosis and treatment outcome of RELs. Material and methods: A cross-sectional observational study of 25 patients (age >12 years), with REL on MRI brain, was done over 12 months. Headache and seizures, and signs of hydrocephalus, meningitis and focal deficits were clinically assessed. Relevant investigations were sent, and correlated with clinical features and MRI findings. Response to medical therapy (empirical or specific) was evaluated clinically and on repeat MRI after 6 weeks. Several causes of RELs like infectious, neoplastic and inflammatory were detected. Of these, only cases of neurocysticercosis are highlighted. Results and Conclusions: Out of 25 patients, 8 (32%) had neurocysticercosis (5 males and 3 females), mostly between 21-40 years age; seizures were present in 100% and headache in 88%. Routine CSF studies were normal in 100%. Anti Cysticercii Antibody CSF was conducted in 4 out of 8 patients and was positive in 3 of these (75% positivity). 7 of 8 patients had a single REL; size of REL in 7 of 8 patients was between 1 to 10 mm. Lesions were scattered at various sites including frontal lobe and temporal lobe (2 each), and others. A combination of anti-convulsants, anti-helminthics (Albendazole) and steroids was instituted. On repeat scan after 3 weeks of therapy, complete resolution was observed in 6 patients (75%), and calcification and regression was observed in one patient each. We concluded that neurocysticercosis has an excellent prognosis if treated appropriately.
A Review on GPS and its Applications in Computer Science? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
POOJA SINGAL, DR. R.S.CHHILLAR Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite based navigation system. GPS is used in guiding & mapping applications and also used in location services. In present days, GPS is not only provide the position but GPS is also used in various applications in computer science like wireless video processing & monitoring using mobile, localization of automobile, in fisheries & marine studies, in IEEE 802.11 networks, in auto regressive ionospheric prediction model etc. GPS & all above applications are discussed in this paper.
New record of Rouxs Forest Lizard Calotes rouxii (Dumril & Bibron, 1837) (Reptilia: Squamata: Agamidae) from Sandur and Gulbarga, Karnataka, India with a note on its known distribution published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Aditya Srinivasulu, C. Srinivasulu Rouxs Forest Lizard Calotes rouxii (Dumril & Bibron, 1837) is chiefly a forest-dwelling draconine agamid that is widely distributed in the Western Ghats and occasionally reported from the Eastern Ghats and other localities in the central peninsular India. We report the presence of this species for the first time from Sandur forests in Bellary district, Karnataka based on a voucher specimen and from Gulbarga township based on sighting record. A detailed distribution map showing localities from where the species is known is also provided.
Harmonic Problem due to Saturable Devices in Steel Re-Rolling Plant: A case study published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Vasudeo B Virulkar and Mohan V Aware This paper investigates the causes of harmonic norms violations in the medium scale (less than 2 MW load) re-rolling industry paying for the penalty. The major drive motor in this industry draws the heavy current with deep in the voltage at the terminal of the motor when steel bars are re-rolled with steps passes. To overcome the problem of voltage deep, the taps of the distribution transformer supplying these loads are selected on higher side. This situation leads to the over excitation of the transformer during the light load condition (between the passes) of the re-rolling operation resulting the operation of transformer in nonlinear zone. During this operation the harmonics due to saturation are generated and injected into the distribution systems and are the cause for damages to the capacitor banks. This problem is analyzed by mathematical modeling of the load condition with the transformer. The site investigation is carried out using power analyzer Megger-PA-9 plus V604 and supported by the simulation in PSCAD/EMTDC. This investigation leads to suggesting the remedial measures which is implemented to accommodate the harmonics inconformity with IEEE-519 standard.
A Study of political Interest of the students at Secondary Level published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Vishnu Kumar The education of political Interest is mandatory to be given to the students from national integrity point of view. Students may be exposed to the feelings of national integrity with the teaching of political Interest. The knowledge of political Interest is much necessary in democratic government in comparison of others. Many powers are active to destruct our democracy inside and outside of our country therefore education is the only strong weapon to strengthen our democracy in these circumstances. So I should try to research about political Interest of the students of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled tribe.
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEX INTELLECTUAL SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENSY GROWING TEE PLANT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elchan Bahadur oglu Ghuseynov; Javanshir Firudin oglu Mammadov; Alesker Alekper oglu Iskenderov; Gulnara Yusif gizi Abbasova Modern development of national economy status requires the new methods of application of information technologies and computer technique. In this connection, in the article the problem of development of the intellectual system on the effective growing tea plant with the use of computer technology is conciedered. The basic methods of realization of agrotechnical works, growing tea-plant and collection of tea folias are analysed. On the basis of certain defects on growing tea plantations, experience of application of computer technologies new architecture of the intellectual system of growing tea plant with realization of complex works is proffered.
Problem Solving Ability and Academic Achievement in Mathematics of VII Standard Students in Madurai District published in

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Mrs. Vani Maheswari . D, Dr. A. Edward William Benjamin A survey was conducted to find out the relationship between problem solving ability and academic achievement in Mathematics of VII Standard Students in Madurai District. For the present study Problem Solving Scale was used which consists of 25 items under 6 dimensions. The sample consists of 300 Stratified randomly sampled for VII Standard students (includes both gender) procured from 6 different Secondary and Hr. Sec. Schools in Madurai Region. The data collected from the sample was statistically analyzed using SPSS package. The result revealed that the sample at the Problem Solving ability and academic achievement for VII Standard Students. Relationship between Problem Solving and academic achievement is High Positive
FORMATION OF ECONOMICAND CULTURALPOTENTIAL OF THE SOCIETY published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Olga Tkachuk The paper defines the leverage to build a lasting building societies based on the study of the fundamental law of our lives from birth to death Gods law. Attention is given to the basics of education and spiritual formation of the business culture of the participants of business.
Comparative Analysis of Traditional Inverter and Z-Source Inverter for PV System published in

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S. Kamalakkannan, Dr. D. Kirubakaran In this paper two different inverters: traditional inverter and Z-source inverter for photo voltaic (PV) system were investigated. Total power of each of these inverters was calculated. For purposes of power comparison the inverters are interfaced with PV system. The input from PV system is given as inputto single input DC-DC converter. The regulated output voltage from DC-DC converter is taken to three phase inverters with load arrangements. The power levels in both the cases are compared through simulation results and they are made known to substantiate the qualities of traditional inverter and Z-source inverter systems for PV system. This comparison shows that the Zsource inverter is very promising for PV system.
Challenges in Preparation of Detailed Project Report for High Voltage Distribution System (HVDS) Scheme – A Case Study published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Devender Rao K, Venugopal M and Deshpande R A High Voltage Distribution System (HVDS) is being implemented in many utilities across our Nation. In rural areas, loads particularly agricultural consumers are widely dispersed and low tension lines of 433 V run for long distances to feed a small load. Two or three low tension spans are to be laid to fetch a load of one pump set and such 30 to 40 pump sets are connected on each distribution transformer of 63 kVA or 100 kVA. These transformers are generally overloaded due to long LT lines and more number of consumers connected. This paper describes about the various aspects in preparing HVDS scheme on an overloaded 100 kVA transformer and its Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)
The Relationship between the Training of the Hotel Staff and Their Level of Organizational Commitment: A Study in Five-Star Hotels in Belek Region published in

??letme Ara?t?rmalar? Dergisi (Journal of Business Research-Turk)

Published by Melih Topaloglu
Ahmet TAYFUN, Karabey PALAVAR, Serdar P Nowadays it is highly hard to gol on the life of the enterprises in a dense competition conditions day by day. New perspectives emerge in the organizations with the competition process. There is a constant and rapid change and progress in some positions such as job satisfaction, motivation, communication and the organizational commitment. In this developing process, the organizations are in search for competition without stopping. In this context, the contributions of the servers have been analyzed for years and still go on their consistency. In addition to the contributions of the servers to the organizations, the expectations of the servers are examined and according to the survey results, the individuals who get positive reply to their expectations buckle down to their duties. One of the methods that are applied for increasing the benefit from the servers becomes education in time and the most important motive for prefer for organizations. The main aim of our study is underlying the level of the relationship between the organizational commitment and education; and the lower dimension of the organizational commitment such as the permanence, the normative and the emotional commitment and education. Whether the stated organizational commitment and the lower dimensions level change or not according to the general education, tourism education and service training is examined. The Belek region is chosen as a field of application of the study. The application is carried out at five star hotels in the Belek region. The study underlines the relationship between the training and organizational commitment and put emphasis on the importance for increasing thee emotional commitment.
Study The Surface Morphology of the Undoped and Mn Doped ZnO Thin Films published in

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Dr. Mahendra Kumar Undoped and Mn-doped nanostructured ZnO thin films were deposited on glass substrates surface morphological properties was investigated the polycrystalline nature with hexagonal Wurtzite structure of ZnO thin films. The crystallite size was found to be decreased with Mn-doping. Scanning electron micrographs showed a closely packed spherically shaped grains distributed uniformly over the film surface. AFM microscopes provide the highest levels of performance, flexibility and productivity, and incorporate the very latest advances in atomic force microscopy techniques.
The Toxic Effect of Certain New Alternative Insecticides against Bacterocera zonata under Laboratory Conditions published in

Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences, A. Entomology (Egypt. Acad. J. Biolog. Sci.,(A-Entomology)

Published by Egyptian academic
Elnagar Heba M.; Mohamed H.A.Soliman; Hussein A. El-Naggar and Mansour A.E.Bashar Tephritid fruit flies are a group of dangerous insects, attack fruits of fruit trees and certain vegetable fruits in all over the world causing direct and indirect economic injury, from it Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae) is known as a most serious pest of tropical and subtropical. The experiments carried out during first February, 2018, Bactrocera zonata adults (Saunders) (Diptera: Tephritidae), adults of B. zonata were taken from plant protection research institute at Doki , Giza, Egypt, thenceforth transferred to plant protection research, Sharkia branch .The current study aimed to study the toxic effect of certain two marine sponges,Callyspongia crassa and Grayella cyathophora, bath extracted with ethanol against and used against Bactrocera zonata under laboratory condition at branch of plant protection research institute at Sharkia governorate .The results indicated that the B. zonata female was more susceptibility to these materials compared with B. zonata male . Especially, LC 50 of Callyspongia crassa recorded 1482.6, 1482.6, 705.8 and 496.6 ppm after 48, 72h., 5 days and 10 days against male , respectively but Crella cyathophora extract on B. zonata after 48, and 72 h., 5 days and 10 days recorded 2900, 989.1, 989.1, and 429.9 ppm against male , respectively.Also, the results showed that the toxic effect ofCallyspongia crassa and Crella cyathophora extract with ethanol on B. zoata female after 48, and 72 h., 5 days , where after 48h, the data revealed that the lowest LC50 was 530 ppm in case Callyspongia crassa and Crella cyathophora with 95%confidence 2.83 While, the highest LC50 was 989.1 ppm with confidence value 5.45. Moreover, the highest LC90 was 3577.6 ppm at confidence value5.5but the lowest LC90 was 1504.9 ppm at confidence value 5.5 After 48h and 10 days , respectively.
Inauthentic Involvement of Chandran: A Study of R.K. Narayans The Bachelor of Arts published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Tanu Gupta, Mr. Gulab Singh Walia The present paper aims at depicting inauthentic involvement of Chandran, the protagonist in The Bachelor of Arts. It discusses his inauthentic involvement with college professors and his friends. Then he falls in love with a girl named Malathi but this involvement proves inauthentic as Chandran fails to ignore Malgudian traditions. He has to embark on a journey as a sanyasi. In the end, his eagerness for marriage partner Susila shows that all his learning during the journey is inauthentic as he soon forgets the lesson learnt.
Loss Reduction and Voltage Quality Improvement by Connecting Embedded Generator—A Simulation Study by ETAP Software published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
S Bhattacharjee, S L Deb, A Das and B Das An embedded generator is connected to an electrical distribution network. This network is the conduit through which it exports the electrical energy that it produces. Since these exports can have a signifi cant effect on the pattern of fl ows in the network, it is important to check that they do not degrade the quality of supply for the other users of the network. The present study shows how an embedded generator can reduce losses in the network. The power fl ow for maximum and minimum load conditions at different power factors with embedded generation has been studied by ETAP software. The study also reveals the optimum condition for obtaining a better voltage profi le and maximum loss reduction with embedded generator.
Prevalence of multidrug resistant altered Vibrio cholerae O1 isolates among Diarrhoeal patients in Delhi during 2008-2012. published in

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Puneeta Singh, Dhirendra Kumar, Yogendra Prasad, Thandavarayan Ramamurthy, Banwari Lal Sarkar, Naresh Chand Sharma Altered Vibrio cholerae O1 has been reported from some areas in the country as well as from the other countries. Delhi is an endemic area for toxigenic V. cholerae O1. Therefore, we were interested to evaluate the presence of altered Vibrios, their drug resistance status and phage types among the strains isolated from suspected cholera/acute gastroenteritis patients admitted in this hospital. A total of 59 isolates representing different years were used for D -MAMA PCR to detect the Haitian genotype (ctxB7) strains and classical genotype (ctxB1). A subset of 49 isolates was tested to determine the phage types. All selected strains were serologically positive for V. cholerae O1, serotype Ogawa and biochemically biotype El Tor. The antibiotic susceptibility test explicated that 100% strains were resistant to cotrimoxazole and nalidixic acid. Phage typing revealed that 79.6% of isolates were phage type T-27. D-MAMA PCR, has shown 52.5% strains were carrying ctxB7 gene since 2008
Developing Generic Skills in Higher Education published in

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Harshvardhan Singh, Dr. Manju Gera Generic skills enable an individual to generate new skills that help to succeed in new situations, manage and adapt to changes and to flourish by creating what matters even in facing adversity. The present paper elucidates the importance of generic skills. There is increasing pressure from the industry, government and other stakeholders on the higher education institutions to produce graduates with versatile generic skills. The present paper deals with the role of collaborative learning strategies in acquiring generic skills at higher education level. Collaborative learning strategies lead to a paradigm shift from content to process, promotion of in depth learning, and shift in role of teacher, learning which is self directed and provide ample scope for reflection. The present hour need is to redesign the instructional strategies to incorporate development of generic skills.
Girişimci, Muhasebeci Mi Olmalıdır? – Tokat Organize Sanayi Bölgesi Örneği (Should An Entrepreneur Be An Accountant ? Tokat Organized Industrial Site Case Study) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Mihriban COŞKUN ARSLAN Seda ALDEMİR Mehmet Reşat DAĞ The purpose of this study is to measure the basic accountancy knowledge of entrepreneurs in Tokat Organized Industrial Site ( OIS ) and it is also aimed at determining the tax treatment knowledge level of entrepreneurs. In line with this purpose, a questionnaire was implemented to the operating firms in Tokat Organized Industrial Site ( OIS ). In consequence of the questionnaire and analysis, with regard to the implementations of entrepreneur-accountancy knowledge relevancy; while there were no significant differences among the following variables such as gender, educational level, position, there were significant differences among the following variables such as age and work experience. In addition to the above-mentioned results, according to the result of the knowledge implementation questionnaire, there were no significant differences among age, gender, educational level, position and work experience. The evaluation of open-ended questions was examined with details in the conclusion of the study.
Synthesis of TiO2 Anatasenanocrystals by hydrolysis of TiCl4 at certain temperature with Sulphuric acid Author(s) : published in

International Journal of Science Info

Published by Vimal Publication Nandurbar
R.B Deshmukh and K.G Kolhe Titania is a well-known photo catalyst for photodecomposition and solar energy conversion. Titania in anatase form was prepared by hydrolysis of titanium chloride in sulphuric acid at 0-900 C . The synthesis of the Titania is done by the new oriented methodology where TiCl4 was used as a base material. The Ttitaniaanatasenanocrystals prepared by hydrolysis of TiCl4 with diluted H2SO4 promotes the presence of anatase behavior. The addictive process was modified so that the effect of mole ratio of SO42- to T24+ may be studied. The samples were characterized by Raman spectroscopy for crystal phase identification.
PHARMACOGNOSY AND NUTRACEUTICAL POTENTIAL OF TRIANTHEMA PORTULACASTRUM LINN. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Seema Agashe*, Bindu Gopalkrishnan, Urmila Kumavat and Avinash Dixit Trianthema portulacastrum Linn. is a prostrate herb that belongs to family Aizoaceae. In India, it grows as post monsoon annual herb. The plant is reported to have anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, hepatoprotective activity. Besides, leaves of the plant are used as vegetable. Because of close morphological resemblance of the plant with crude drug Punarnava?, it is usually mistaken for the same. Pharmacognosy is an indispensable aid in standardization of herbal crude drug. In the present work, pharmacognostical evaluation of the leaf of Trianthema portulacastrum was carried out in view to develop quality standards. It includes macroscopy, microscopy, powder study, phytochemistry and physicochemical analysis. The quantitative estimations of few important primary and secondary metabolites were carried out. It has put insight into nutraceutical potential of the plant.
FOOD LABEL USAGE AMONG RESIDENTS OF THE VALIKAMAM AREA OF JAFFNA, SRI LANKA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
A. Sugeenthiran, Anushiya Sireeranhan Food consumption patterns of Sri Lankan citizens are changing drastically towards fast and junk foods within the last decade. As a consequence of adverse food intake, Sri Lankan population has undergone the risk of obesity, raised blood pressure, raised blood sugar level and deposition of bad cholesterol. Labels not only aid consumer choices, but they also guide him to healthy living by avoiding adverse intake. Now a days, many fast food restaurants and supermarkets sell modern sophisticated foods rushed into Jaffna and consumers are also attracted towards such places. The objective of this study is to identify the sociodemographic features and individual behaviors that influence the food label usage and to identify the consumer groups in order to find out the market for food labeling. A total of 158 respondents were interviewed in Valikamam DS division for this survey. In order to identify the key determinants of whether an individual reads food labels when buying a familiar product, 15 explanatory variables were analysed using logistic regression. Therefore, the study concludes that the determinants that influence whether an individual reads food labels when buying familiar product. These include Special dietary status, marital status, whether an individual reads nutrition panel of familiar product and if the household income group earns less than 250000/=annually when other income group earn above or equal 400000/= annually. Among them, married and those who are not reading nutritional labels on familiar products have negative significant impacts. Keywords: Socio-demographics, Logistic Regression, Nutritional Label.
Influence of Demonetization on E-Commerce & it's impact on Supply Chain published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Raj Karan | Ms. Shikha Shokeen India had a web client support of around 370 million as of mid-June 2016 and not surprisingly it crossed 500 million before the finish of 2016. in spite of being the second-biggest client bolster in world, just behind China (700 million, 48% of populace), the tapping of internet business is less contrasted with business sectors like the U.S (266 million, 84%), or France (54 M, 81%), yet is expanding at an unparalleled rate, including around 2 million new individuals each fortnight. The exchange understanding is that development is at an expression point. In India, money down is the most favored installment technique, collecting 75% of the e-retail exercises. Interest for universal customer items (counting long tail things) is developing significantly quicker than in-nation supply from approved wholesalers and Internet business offerings. In 2015, the biggest web based business organizations in India were Flip kart, Amazon . This paper will give the situation of present and fate of web-based business taking thought of demonetization in nation. Web based business, Demonetization Indias online business market was worth about $3.9 billion in 2009, it went up to $12.6 billion in 2013. The e-retail fragment was worth US$2.3 billion, around 70% of Indias Internet business market is travel related. As indicated by Google India, there were 35 million online customers in India in 2014 Q1 and is required to cross 100 million check by end of year 2016. CAGR opposite a worldwide development rate of 8“10%. Gadgets and Apparel are the greatest classifications regarding deals. As indicated by a review directed by the IMAI the web based business area is evaluated to achieve Rs.211,005 crore by December 2016. The review additionally expressed that online travel represents 61% of the web based business showcase. By 2020, India is required to create $100 billion online retail income out of which $35 billion will be through mold web based business. Online attire deals are set to grow four times in coming years. Mr. Raj Karan | Ms. Shikha Shokeen"Influence of Demonetization on E-Commerce & its impact on Supply Chain" 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/ijtsrd8294.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/other/8294/influence-of-demonetization-on-e-commerce-and-its-impact-on-supply-chain/mr-raj-karan
ANALYTIAL STUDY OF CEMENT CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF RECYCLED AGGREGATE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Sagar Soni*, Kaushik Majumdar, Mayank Gupta Use of recycled aggregate in concrete can be useful for environmental protection. Recycled aggregates are the materials for the future. The application of recycled aggregate has been started in a large number of construction projects of many European, American, Russian and Asian countries. Many countries are giving infrastructural laws relaxation for increasing the use of recycled aggregate. This paper reports the basic properties of recycled fine aggregate and recycled coarse aggregate & also compares these properties with natural aggregates. Basic changes in all aggregate properties are determined and their effects on concreting work are discussed at length. Similarly the properties of recycled aggregate concrete are also determined. Basic concrete properties like compressive strength, flexural strength, workability etc. are explained here for different combinations of recycled aggregate with natural aggregate. Codal guidelines of recycled aggregates concrete in various countries are stated here with their effects, on concreting work. In general, present status of recycled aggregate in India along with its future need and its successful utilization are discussed here.
Effect of Ash on the Effi ciency and Capacity of Coal Fired Thermal Power plants published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
M. Siddhartha Bhatt This paper reports the effect of ash content in raw coal on the energy performance of coal fi red thermal power plants of capacity range 30-500 MW. It also gives the extent of capacity reduction in equipment due to fi ring of coals with higher ash contents. The effects of variation of ash in coal from 6% (taken as standard) up to 75% (extreme) on component performance are studied and overall unit performance is quantifi ed based on experimental data and performance simulation. When the ash content increases from 6% to 57% and above, the effects on the system (without fuel oil support) are: (a) effi ciency of boiler fans drop by 22-27%, (b) drum mills show an increase in SEC of 115% while ball-race mills and bowl mills show an increase in SEC of 30%, (c) ID, FD and PA fans shown an increase in SEC of around 30%, 6-14% and 2-7% respectively, (d) the gross and net overall effi ciencies are reduced to 77% and 66% of their original values, (e) ratio of the specifi c fuel consumption at a given ash content to that at standard ash of 6% increases from 1 to 10, and (f) SFCgross increases from 0.35 to 3.0. When the ash content of coal goes beyond 57%, limitations in combustion space and fl ow arise and beyond this the unit has to be operated only at part load. When the ash in coal exceeds 75%, its UHV is reduced to zero.
Formulation of chikki by using gum Acacia published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUREKHADOMBE,MDALEEM ZAKER AND S.P. DEOKAR Substance frequently called gums are hydrocarbon of high molecular mass that gives viscous solution at low concentration. The most fundamental property of gums is, therefore water solubility and high viscosity in aqueous dispersion. It is very evident that gums have very vast application in pharmaceutical and food industries, as a result of this; there is increase in demand for gums globally. India with divergent food habit is having a number of traditional foods, including sweet products; chikki is one of the popular Indian traditional sweet snacks. It is prepared by mixing roasted groundnuts and other ingredients either with jaggery or sugar. In the present investigation an attempt has been made successfully to assess the physiochemical properties of gum Acacia. Further study has been carried out on the groundnut chikki, by adding the gum in the recipe of groundnut chikki at different levels, and their effects on the sensorial characteristics and physical properties of the groundnut chikki has been studied. From the investigation it is clear that chikki prepared from gum acacia is having good texture, flavour and appearance so the overall acceptability is high. The nutritive value of the chikki prepared from the gums is having high nutritional value in terms of protein content.
A Rare Case Report of Acute Intermittent Porphyria Complicating Pregnancy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Reshmi. V. P, Dr Veena Praveen, Dr Vinod K Nair, Dr Malini Raghavan The porphyrias are a group of metabolic disorders due to deficiency of one of the eight enzymes involved in porphyrinhaem biosynthetic pathway and are more common in women than men. Acute intermittent porphyria is the commonest type. It is therefore important for the obstetrician to know about this entity as many women present with abdominal pain during pregnancy. It is a challenge for the obstetrician as few of the drugs commonly used in labour management is contraindicated in these patients. We hereby present a case of acute intermittent porphyria which was complicated by IUGR and abnormal Doppler. She underwent emergency LSCS with good maternal and fetal outcome.
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AND RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN SRI LANKA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

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Dr. G.M. Henegedara Along with the rapid globalization, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has been used as one of the effective methods to speed up rural agricultural development in many countries. Sri Lanka has also used ICT for rural agricultural development, particularly for the sake of improving livelihood of the farming community and the food security of the nation. As an emerging economy, Sri Lanka’s position in the knowledge economy indicators such as innovation, education and information infrastructure are substantially low compared to developed nations but slightly better compared to developing nations in South Asia. The government of Sri Lanka realized the importance of using ICT and knowledge- based development and implemented various policies and programs at national and local levels during the 2004 to2014 period. It included rural and agricultural development programs such as Upgrading communication and wifi facilities, initiating several ICT programs such as Nenasala, Vidatha and cyber extension programs at rural and community level. This paper intends to examine various ICT initiatives and its impact on rural agricultural development in Sri Lanka. Thus, the analysis was focussed on reviewing ICT initiatives for improving knowledge-based development indicators and its impact on rural agricultural development in Sri Lanka. The paper is consisted of five sections i.e. present status of ICT use in Sri Lanka, ICT initiatives, the need, prospects and the impact on improving rural agricultural sector. The paper concludes that still Sri Lanka has not gained all potential benefits of using ICT, despite the fact that the country possesses relatively higher knowledge economic indicators in the South Asia region. Key words: ICT,Rural Development, Knowledge Base Economy and Agriculture
The Implementation of Strategic Planning for Information System in Educational Foundation published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

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Cepy Slamet In a competitive business environment, The Educational Foundation may decides two strategic business policies related to information system (IS) and information technology (IT) implementation. These are, optimalization of IS/ IT implementation for increasing services quality and its utilization as a core business competitiveness as a whole. However, a strategic planning for information system (SPIS) is required to implement these business policies. SPIS is a process for determining required IS to support business strategy, so that the strategy concentrates to identify required information and ensuring IS is aligned to business strategy. According to the Ward and Peppards approach, some activities of SPIS are conducted by using four main phases such as initiation, assessing and understanding the current situation and interpreting business requirement, setting priorities for IS/ IT, and determining IS/ IT strategy. Some analysis, Politic-Economic-Social-Technology (PEST), Boston Consulting Groups (BCG), and Five Forces Porter are used to identify external business environment, SWOT analysis and Value Chain to identify internal business environment.The research resulting a recomendation for organizational development priorities which devided into two related matters, IT Unit establishment and computer based system development for financial, human resource, and infrastructure management.
Placental Apoptosis and its Correlation With Severity of Disease in Preeclampsia and Eclampsia published in

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Ruchi Sinha, L. K. Pandey, Sulekha Pandey, K. K. Tripathi To determine placental apoptosis in pregnancies complicated with preeclampsia and eclampsia and to correlate it with the severity of disease process. A Prospective cohort study in pregnant women attending the antenatal clinic and emergency services in University teaching hospital, Institute of Medical Sciences, Varanasi, India. The placental apoptosis was determined by calculating the apoptosis (%) through TUNEL (Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase dUTP nick end labeling) assay.Placental apoptosis was significantly higher in pre-eclampsia and eclampsia as compared to controls (p<0.001). Placental apoptosis and systolic blood pressure (R2 = 0.669) and diastolic blood pressure (R2 = 0.796) had a linear correlation. The level of biochemical markers correlated with each other but not with the extent of apoptosis in cases.Increase in apoptosis correlated with rise in systolic and diastolic blood pressure and severity of disease process.
Firm-Government Geographic Distance and Government Subsidy: Evidence from Chinese Industrial Firms published in

Proceedings of the 2018 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

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Mengyuan Zhu and Wei Liu The key resources for corporate development have received extensive attention from scholars (Barney, 1991; Grant, 1999; Oliver, 1997). Compared with developed countries, the emerging economies, especially those with high-level government intervention such as by China and India, are witnessing the phenomenon that firms are more dependent on their relationships with their governments, so as to obtain key resources from them (Gao & Hafsi, 2015; Liu, Wei, Huang & Tsai, 2017). Government acts as a more critical role in local business environment, whose power of control and discretionary on resources is also strengthened. Thus, firms need to build political connections with local governments in order to gain a dominant position in the battle for resources (Dimaggio & Powell, 1983). Considering the connections between firms and government from the spatial perspective, will the location conditions of firms affect the business-government relationship and the corporate capability of resource acquisition from local governments? This study argues that geographic distance between firms and local governments is associated with government subsidies of firms. Geographic distance has a distance-decaying effect on the relationship between firms and government (Huang, Li, Ma & Xu, 2017). Distance decay theory points out that the increase in geographic distance may decay the transmission of information and the establishment of social relations, thus government may not accurately and timely judge the operations of firms and determine reasonable subsidy strategy. This study conducts empirical analysis by using 318,267 small and medium-sized firms (SMEs) obtained from the year 2010 of the China Industrial Enterprise Database. This study focuses on firms in the Chinese environment because the resource dependence relationship between firms and government is more significant in China (Dickson 2003). At the same time, small and medium-sized industrial firms are selected as the research sample because this type of firms is not easily able to grasp complete and effective channels of resource acquisition and firms need to rely more on government subsidies as the main resource.
Alleviating effect of micro-symbionts on nutrient status and survival of teak seedlings under salt stress published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SWATI SHEDAGE*, N.S. PATIL1 AND D.B. JADEJA2 Seedlings of Tectona grandis L. were planted under different salinity levels viz. normal soil (<4 ECe soil), saline soil (4-8 Ece) and highly saline soil (8-12 Ece) and seedlings were inoculated with Azotobacter + Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi, Azospirillum + vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi and combination of all three. Experiment was repeated for two years and data were recorded at the end of each experiment on nutrient content in different plant parts (leaves, stem and root), chlorophyll content, root colonization and survival per cent. Triple inoculation (Azotobacter + Azospirillum + VAM) significantly and positively influenced the nutrient status and survival per cent of teak seedlings as compared to uninoculated seedlings under salt stress condition. It was followed by dual inoculation of Azospirillum and VAM.
Nature of Fall Accidents in Construction Industry: An Indian Scenario published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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C.Vigneshkumar Fall accidents in construction projects, particularly building works, are the most frequent accidents. Those accidents may results in death and serious injuries of workers involved and other consequences such as lost of work days and the industry bad image. Robust accident prevention is required through improving continuously health and safety in construction. Therefore, understanding triggering events and their factors leading to fall accidents are of important input. The objective of this paper is to findings of triggering events based past fall accident cases in India. The fall accident cases were retrieved from accident reports provided by ADSI 2012 and Indian statistical report 2012. In this paper, current profile of accident records of India is presented. This paper also presents the nature of fall accidents. The event area and their potential active failures leading to fall of accidents are described. It is expected the knowledge shared in this paper assist all people involved in construction projects to plan an accident prevention strategy properly.
Bad News Travel Faster (and Farther): The Effects of Negative Reviews on Product Sales published in

Proceedings of the 2015 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR), Global Businesses and Consumers in a Networked World

Published by Lingnan University
Juanyi Jiang Due to the so-called negativity bias, consumers seek out negative product reviews before making a purchase in online stores, making understanding of negative word-of-mouth (NWOM) critical for ecommerce operators. By analyzing the data from Amazon, we analyze in-depth the effect of negative reviews and find a cascade effect in that a threshold of negative reviews may dominate the valence of a product’s reviews. The results also suggest that the amount of NWOM from an early period affects the sentiment of later ratings and has a more significant effect on product sales than in the later periods. Moreover the effect of NWOM is more pronounced for experience products than for search products, and less popular products are more vulnerable while big brands are immune. The findings have meaningful implications for e-marketers to monitor and respond to NWOM more effectively.
Learning Foreign Language, Enthusiasm and Resolution in Tourism Education: Seluk University Bey?ehir Case published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Erkan Akgz, Yksel Grsoy Learning any foreign language is not accomplished only for being successful in social life or meet different culture. Foreign language is also learnt to build a career and for intellectual development therewithal. In addition to this, it is necessary to offer the best service to the tourists who travel along different regions with different purposes and for cultural interaction. Thus this study is conducted to determine foreign language learning, enthusiasm, attitude and resolution of students who are educated in tourism related departments of higher education institutions. The survey questions which are prepared in terms of the research are asked to the students who receive tourism education in Selcuk University Beysehir Ali Akkanat Campus and the hypothesis found are tested. It is concluded that four of seven hypothesis which are tested through SPSS package software are found acceptable, the other three are rejected.
Essence of Business 4 0 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Matthew N. O. Sadiku | Nana K. Ampah | Sarhan M. Musa Industry 4.0 technologies aid manufacturers in monitoring production processes and making effective decisions. In a similar way, Business 4.0 technologies can help sales, marketing and customer service, drive profits and productivity, and help the companies stay competitive. It requires a new way of thinking and involving the employees, customers, and partners. This paper provides a brief introduction to Business 4.0. Matthew N. O. Sadiku | Nana K. Ampah | Sarhan M. Musa "Essence of Business 4.0" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18827.pdf
BOOTSTRAP CONFIDENCE INTERVAL APPROACH TO COMPARE BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORAL LEVODOPA CARBIDOPA TABLET VS INTRANASAL LEVODOPA MICROSPHERES published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

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V. Chandrakala*, A Mary Saral1, Utpalkumar Sanki2, Aim of the present study is pharmacokinetic comparison between nasal levodopa carbidopa formulation, nasal levodopa microspheres (test) and oral levodopa carbidopa tablet in rat. The comparative pharmacokinetic study was carried out on 324 healthy experimental rats in an open label randomized, parallel, three treatment, serial sacrifice design in 54 groups. All PK parameters were calculated using a noncompartmental model. The mean AUCt for each product and time point t of measurement is calculated by using the mean concentrations (Ct) at each time point t to derive the mean profile for each product. The ratio and 90%CI for nasal l-dopa/nasal ldopa+ c-dopa formulation was 96.94(60.05-133.83) for Cmax and 92.29(66.54-118.04) for AUCt. Despite 90% CI limit not within the bioequivalence limit of 80% to 125% both formulation are equivalent at ratio test. Since animal sample size were less, 90% CI could not be met otherwise expected to meet at higher number of animal. The above statement is further proved by student t-test as probability of detecting difference between above formulations, at 95% CI was 0.547 which signifies there is no significant difference between two formulations. Since the value were not within the limit of 80-125% the test and reference product were pharmacokinetic nonequivalence and indicated that that this comparative pharmacokinetic study was well designed to conclude that the test formulation and reference formulation were pharmacokinetically non equivalent. Based on the above analysis it was found that nasal microspheres of levodopa were suprabioavailable compared to oral.
PRESENT SCENARIO OF SECONDARY TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN JHARKHAND published in

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RAJIV LOCHAN NAMTA The state Jharkhand has been suffering from various corners like political instability, lacking in recruitment procedure in different sectors, development planning, policy making and implementation in primary education to higher education etc. This article is focus on status and problem of secondary teacher education programme in Jharkhand. In government colleges teachers are on deputation basis from school as per eligibility or lying vacant, a few are working since before the separation of state till date. It is worst in the case of self finance scheme colleges. All the posts are fulfilled by giving appointment for eleven months under contractual basis and make renew accordingly. In the case of privately managed college, most colleges are interested in the profit for the organization and as a result teacher turnover ratio is increasing day by day in the colleges and ultimately the pupil teacher will suffer. In Jharkhand state teacher education is production oriented rather than consumer oriented. Yet this state has not developed any system. Here the author is trying to share his views.
STUDY OF EMERGING TRENDS OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN NUCLEAR FAMILY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. Paras Jain*, Soman Malaiya Parents have become more concerned for child. In nuclear families parents pay more attention on child education; they plan school, college, career after discussion with field experts. Such consciousness increases their intention towards quality education. Parents belonging nuclear family pay more money rather than conventional family. They have financial plan also regarding study. In other families attention on child is distributed and unable to concentrate child only. This social trend influence child performance and quality education.
INFLATION: PROBLEMS (REHABILITATION), OVERCOMING IN UKRAINE, IN THE PERIOD OF FORMATION OF MARKET RELATIONS 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�
Korkach Inna The research object is the inflation processes in Ukraine in the period of market relations. The purpose of this writing is: definition and disclosure of the nature of inflationary processes and how they could be overcome. Theoretical and methodological basis of the research consists of scientific works of domestic and foreign scholars on the elucidation of the basic aspects of overcoming inflation. Used a systematic approach to the study of phenomena and processes. The result: to Counteract the effect of inflation is possible only through the implementation of state policy, combining goals and methods of long - and short-term nature. The scope of the results: research on overcoming inflation processes in Ukraine in the period of formation of market relations. Conclusions. Inflation could be controlled, assuming the introduction of long-term anti-inflation program, based on measures to curb inflation such as: elimination of unprofitable enterprises; elimination of the deficit of the state budget; development of the market of paid services; consolidation in the market of goods of domestic producers and the like.
The Effect of Resistance Training and Swiss Ball Resistance Training on Muscular Strength among Male Handball Players. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Shailesh Kumar Singh The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of Resistance Training and Swiss Ball Resistance Training on Muscular Strength among Male Handball Players. To achieve the purpose of the study, thirty male handball players were randomly selected as subjects from LNIPE Guwahati and Gwalior during the Inter- University Handball Camp held at LNIPE Guwahati in 2014. The age of the subjects were ranged between 18 to 25 years. The study was formulated as pre and post test random group design, in which thirty subjects were divided into three equal groups. Experimental Group-I (n=10; RT Group) performed the Resistance Training Group. The Experimental Group-II (n=10, SBRT group) performed Swiss ball resistance training program. Control group (n=10; CG) did not undergo any specific training programmed, but they were practicing the regular sports practice. The analysis of covariance was used to analyze the significant difference, if any among the groups. Since, three groups were compared, whenever the obtained F ratio for adjusted post test was found to be significant, the Scheffes test to find out the paired mean differences, if any. The 0.05 level of confidence was fixed at the level of significance to test the F ratio obtained by the analysis of covariance, which was considered as an appropriate. The result of the study indicates due to training on muscular strength has been improved significantly.
Sheehans Syndrome with Reversible Cardiomyopathy: A Case Report published in

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Dr. K. B. R. Sastry, Dr. Sunil Kumar, Dr. P. Anuradha, Dr. M. A. Mujeeb Afzal, Dr. P. Priyadarshini Sheehans syndrome is postpartum pituitary apoplexy leading to panhypopituitarism which can occur as acute syndrome in the immediate postpartum period or may take some time to manifest as a chronic syndrome. A 34-year-old woman presented with breathlessness, generalized anasarca, features of hypothyroidism with past history of lactation failure, secondary amenorrhea, and a hypocortisol state following severe postpartum hemorrhage after her last twin child birth with obstructed labour of the second twin delivery at home. Hormonal investigations showed evidence of panhypopituitarism and magnetic resonance imaging revealed empty sella. Meanwhile echocardiography revealed evidence of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). The patient was given replacement therapy in the form of glucocorticoids and levothyroxine. She improved and on follow-up over a period of 4 months, the DCM completely reversed. There are very few other such reports of reversible DCM in a patient with Sheehan syndrome.
Evaluation of Retroperitoneal Tumors by Computed Tomography published in

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Dr. Santosh R Konde, Dr. Hariqbal Singh 50 cases irrespective of age and sex of the retroperitoneal tumors were evaluated by computed tomography. Histopathological correlation was done by biopsies taken from the lesion. The commonest lesions found were renal tumors and retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy. Whenever the other Conventional procedures cannot establish the definitive diagnosis, CT usually provides conclusive evidence. Hence it may be used either as a primary diagnostic imaging technique or in the further evaluation of tumours detected or suspected by another diagnostic test.
Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate Metastasizing to the Parietal Bone published in

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Dr. B. V. Rama Reddy, Dr. B. V. V. D. Kiranmayi, Dr. P. Sreedevi, Dr. P. Satyanarayana Rao Carcinoma of the prostate metastasis to the axial skeleton occours some times in patients with advanced disease causing morbidity and mortality.Brain is also a common site of metastasis, but involvement of the parietal bones of the skull is unusual. Metastasis from prostatic adenocarcinoma was seen in our patient.It is a rare case and the report is intended to alert the readers regarding this rare site of metastasis
An analysis on Research Opportunities and Challenges in the field of Image Processing published in

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Prof. J. Mohana Sundaram Prof. S. Karthik Prof. P. K. Manoj Kumar Interest in digital image processing methods stems from two principal application areas: improvement of pictorial information for human interpretation; and processing of image data for storage, transmission, and representation for autonomous machine perception. The objectives of this article are to define the meaning and scope of image processing, discuss the various steps and methodologies involved in a typical image processing, and applications of image processing tools and processes in the frontier areas of research.
Modification of Hunsdiecker Reaction using TBATB as the brominating agent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Nayan Kamal Bhattacharyya, Poulami Banerjee, Indranirekha Saikia, Biswajit Saha, Subhajit Saha, Utpal Deka ?,?-unsaturated aromatic carboxylic acids react with TBATB as brominating agent, Et3 N as catalyst and DCM as solvent giving ?-bromostyrene in good yield and in relatively less time.(Scheme 1) Scheme 1 RCO2H Br 1.TBATB 2.Et3N(50 mol %)
Category Constructivism of Rural Production Measure Factors on Rural Rejuvenation Policy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jin Wen Hsing, Mei Jung Lai The Rural Rejuvenation Policy is enacted to facilitate the rural sustainability, revitalization and rejuvenation, to improve production infrastructure, to conserve rural ecology and culture, to upgrade quality of life, and to construct a new rural prosperity and beauty. Sustainable rural development executive power is the interpretation of interest or benefit to rural development arising from. Practical experience to the people is of the extent of the 20 indicators as a public building performance assessment. In order to understand how the rural people cognitive the reconstruction factors of production in government rural regeneration policies, we give the questionnaires of the investigation for the assessment of validities and reliabilities of indicators on public building performance. This research will give the relevant a causal relationship on the increase or decrease investment after rural policy and also will be the important reference on decision-making model for government decision-makers in the future construction of rural development and sustainable system.
Polysyndactyly-Cleft Foot Complex:a Rare Case published in

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Dr Hitesh Shah, Dr Krunal H. Patel -
Women in Pre Independence and Post Independence published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Attendra Nigam Women in ancient India were held in high esteem. The position of a woman in the Vedas and the Upanishads was that of a mother (maata) or goddess (Devi). In the Manusmriti, woman was considered as a precious being o be projected first by her father, then by her brother and husband and finally by, her son. With the passage of time, the status of woman was lowered. Muscle power and money power dominated the societies. Since men fought the wars and ran the enterprises of industrial production, they considered themselves superior to woman. In the early Vedic age, girls were looked after with care. They were given the facilities of education. Remarriage of windows was permitted. But in the later Vedic period, daughters were regarded as a source of misery. The practice of polygamy deteriorated the status of woman. Women in the later civilizations were not allowed to go to schools. In the Gupta period, they were allowed to listen to the scriptures. In the medieval period, the practices of purdha system, dowry and sati came into being. Sati and PolyGram were glorified.. It is thought that the right place for woman ins the home. Her main duty is to cook to all other menial jobs. They are considered fit for producing and bringing up children. Thus, women have been deprived of their rightful place in society and exploitation. has been going on for centuries. The inhuman practice of sati where the wife burns herself alive in the funeral pyre of husband existed through the centuries. Raja Ram Mohan Roy fought against this evil practice and it was finally abolished by Lard William Bentinck in 1829. After the development of science and technology, female foeticide is being practiced on a large scale. This has led to a drop in the female ratio. According to the census 2001, the sex ratio in India is 927 females to 1,000 males. Dowry have become common. The more educated and well employed a groom, the higher is the dowry demand. The birth of a girl child is, therefore, considered inauspicious. In many parts of India, women are viewed as an economic liability despite contribution in several ways to our society and economy. Early marriages lead to teenage pregnancies which often prove risky to both the mother and the child. Rape, sexual harassment, molestation, eve-teasing, forced prostitution, etc are a common affair today. The crime graph against women is increasing at an alarming rate. The condition of an Indian widow is quite deplorable. At home, the woman's contribution towards home as a housewife is not recognized. Sexual harassment at work places is also a common affair. It is a shame that even after over sixty years of independence women are still exploited. The 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments have provided 33 percent reservation for women in the Panchayati Raj System. Women have now started demanding their rights. They want to work side by side with men and contribution towards the social, economic and political development of the society. Attendra Nigam"Women in Pre Independence and Post Independence" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17070.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17070/women-in-pre-independence-and-post-independence/attendra-nigam
Attainment in knowledge with reference to minimal processing of vegetables published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
CHARANJEET KAUR ANDRAJDEEP KAUR The study was conducted in four villages of Ludhiana district of Punjab. A sample of 120 respondents comprising of 30 rural women from each selected village who actively participated in vegetable growing were selected for the purpose of study and respondents were divided into 4 groups. The developed module consisting of illustrated pictorial booklet, audio and video cassettes were used to impart training on minimal processing of vegetables to the selected four groups of farm women. The study revealed that demonstration and illustrated pictorial booklet was more effective for imparting education to women followed by video and illustrated pictorial booklet. The findings further indicated that 60 per cent of respondents gained high knowledge through reading of illustrated pictorial booklet and demonstration.
Spectrum Handoff Decisions published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Bisma Bashir | Er. Tajinder Pal Singh In modern society wireless communication plays a very important role with huge increase of users, services and standards. Although there are several pros of using cognitive radio networks, for example increasing the spectrum utilization of wireless networks, but still there exist some challenges which need to be discussed in detail First, since cognitive radio networks are planned to operate over a heterogeneous spectrum environment, which comprises of both licensed and unlicensed spectrum bands, most of the research has been done in only the licensed band of the spectrum and only some research has been carried out in such an environment as merging licensed and unlicensed spectrum bands for transmission increases the spectrum utilization of cognitive radio wireless networks. There is need to develop new spectrum handoff schemes to improve the performance of the secondary users in terms of their handoff delay. Bisma Bashir | Er. Tajinder Pal Singh "Spectrum Handoff Decisions" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18404.pdf
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Global Journal of Business, Economics and Management

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Entrepreneurial Competencies In A Business Enterprise An Over View published in

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Neethu Lazar, Dr. Geo Paul Entrepreneurs belong to a wide range of backgrounds and possess a variety of different motivations, networks, and resources. Competency is the concept of knowledge, skills and attitude of a person. The importance of entrepreneurial competency has been increased during the past few decades due to the strategic role played by the human factor particularly as an entrepreneur in a business enterprise. Entrepreneurial competencies are a set of constellation or group of characteristics associated with the successful development of new business. This review generates fresh and deeper insights into the entrepreneurial competencies required to accomplish a business successfully. Significant competencies derived by considering entrepreneurs and experts opinion are organizing competency, behavioral competency, opportunity competency, conceptual competency and technical competency
Problems of Child Labour In India Under Globlisation Era - Some Solutions published in

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

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

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Safa Alsalman, Raihan ur Rasool, Rizwan Mian With the abundance of mobile electronics, demand for Low-Power Computing is pressing more than ever. Achieving a reduction in power consumption requires gigantic efforts from electrical and electronic engineers, computer scientists and software developers. During the past decade, various techniques and methodologies for designing low-power solutions have been proposed. These methods are aimed at small mobile devices as well as large datacenters. There are techniques that consider design paradigms and techniques including run-time issues. This paper summarizes the main approaches adopted by the IT community to promote Low-power computing. Keywords: Computing, Energy-efficient, Low power, Power-efficiency.
A Case Study: 5s Implementation in Ceramics Manufacturing Company published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Vipulkumar C. Patel and Hemant Thakkar The research work carried out to apply the 5S methodology of lean manufacturing to solve the problems of a ceramic industry in India with the aim to increase the efficiency of all processes and elimination of losses in the company. The objectives of the paper is to reduce the process wastes, smooth the process flow and maintain proper quality control, improve storage facilities, safety, security and process cost savings in a company through case study. Before and after picture are taken for the applying 5S methodology in a company. 5S implemented has been carried out in storage department and insulator department. After implementing of 5S in the storage department the space saving is 12.91% and also certain process wastes are reduced. In insulator department the workplace became efficient and effectiveness
Heritability of Blood Pressure Among Random Adult Individuals of South Indian States published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. V Venugopal Rao | P Brinda | R Keerthana | B Mounika Hypertension is considered to be a major health concern and a threat for mortality and morbidity in individuals caused due to myocardial infarction, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases. Our study comprises of 200 randomly chosen nuclear families from five different South Indian states during the period of June, 2016 to December, 2017. A total of 750 individuals (both parents and off spring) are studied. About 103 families are selected from Telangana State, 25 families from Andhra Pradesh State, 13 families from Tamil Nadu State, 35 families from Karnataka State and 24 families from Kerala State. Information is gathered from each member of the family and Blood Pressure is measured. A linear fit is tried and regression coefficients are estimated and found to be significant using student' t-test and F-test. The linear equation Y = a + bx is taken where x is mid parental value and Y is average of offspring and regression of offspring on mid parental value is equal to heritability. The regression coefficient and R2 values (0.271, t and F; P < 0.05 and 0.074) for diastolic blood pressure are higher than those values (0.083, t and F; P http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/pathology/15922/heritability-of-blood-pressure-among-random-adult-individuals-of-south-indian-states/dr-v-venugopal-rao
Isolation of Halotolerant, Thermotolerant and Phosphate Solubilizing Species of Azotobacter from the Saline Soil published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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Vishwas S. Patil, Sharmishtha V. Patil, H. V. Deshmukh and G. R. Pathade Soil salinity is a major problem in Maharashtra. Attempt is made to isolate salt-tolerant, thermotolerant, nitrogen fixing, phosphate solubilising Azotobacter spp. from the saline soil of Khodashi village in Satara district. Eight Azotobacter spp. were isolated from the saline soils. They were confirmed based on morphological, cultural and biochemical characteristics. They were tested for saline and thermal tolerance. The phosphate solubilizing potential of the these Azotobacter isolates was qualitatively evaluated by the formation of halos (clear zones) around the colonies growing on solid medium containing tribasic calcium phosphate as a sole phosphorus source. The results showed that phosphate solubilising, salt tolerant and thermotolerant Azotobacter spp. could be a promising source for the development of saline-alkali soil-based agriculture.
Changing Trends of Prevalent Microorganisms and Their Drug Resistance Patterns in Intensive Care Unit (ICUS) Infections. published in

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Dr. Pallavi, Dr. Loveena Oberoi, Dr. Pushpa Devi Introduction: Multidrug resistant nosocomial infections are one of the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in intensive care units (ICUs) accounting a major burden on patient and public health system. Objectives: Present study was done to identify prevalence of predominantly isolated bacterial organisms and their drug resistance pattern in ICUs. Material & Method: A total of 183 samples received from various ICUs were processed and antibiotic susceptibility testing was performed as per CLSI recommendations. Results: A total of 89(48.63%) of 183 samples were culture positive out of which Citrobacter spp.(22.47%) was most frequently isolated bacteria followed by Klebsiella spp.(16.85%), Escherichia coli (16.85%), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (15.73%),and Acinetobacter spp (11.23%). Citrobacter spp was found to be emerging multidrug resistant organism. Most of the isolates are multidrug resistant to the third generation cephalosporins, and quinolones antibiotics. Conclusion: Regular surveillance of resident microbial flora and antibiotic susceptibility patterns is very important in implementing therapeutic strategies to reduce emergence of drug resistance strains in ICUs.
Review of Low Voltage Ride Through Methods in PMSG published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
A.Bala Alagu Raja, S.Ajin, R.Suja, A. Subanth Williams In this paper discussed about low voltage ride through (LVRT) scheme for permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) and wind energy conversion system. Wind generation system has potential application for the grid support. The voltage of the direct driven permanent magnet wind generators (PMSG) is variable due to the intermittent nature of the wind energy. With increasing penetration of wind turbine (WTs) in the grid. Grid connection codes in most countries require that WTs should remain connected to the grid to maintain the reliability during and after a short-term fault. The controllers for grid-side converters are coordinated to provide fault ride-through capability. The generator side is forced by space vector modulation and grid implemented field oriented control (FOC).
Seasonal and Spatial Variation of Microbial Population In the Rhizosphere Soils of Five Traditionally Important Medicinal Plant Species in NE India published in

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Chumi Khanikar, Sorokhaibam Sureshkumar Singh The rhizospheric soils of five traditionally important medicinal plants were studied for a period of two years spreading over two seasons, summer warm and rainy season and winter cold and dry season. Fungal population, bacterial and actinomycetes population were recorded maximum during summer seasons while minimum were recorded during winter season. Bacterial population was highest (37 to 63x 106 CFU/g dry soils) followed by fungi (17to 33x 103 CFU/g dry soils) while lowest population was recorded for actinomycetes (5 to 17x105 CFU/g dry soils). Analysis of variance revealed significantly higher influence of time in terms of seasonal variation on the distribution of population of the three groups of microorgansms as compared to the plant species. The rhizosphere soils of Clerodendrum colebrookianum and Asparagus racemosus displayed highest fungal population during summer seasons. Actinomycetes population was recorded lowest in the rhizosphere soil of Coptis teeta. The primary reason for variation in the distribution of bacterial population could be due to soil moisture content as revealed by significant positive correlations. Other microclimatic parameters such as soil temperature, nutrient availability and types of exudates released by plant roots could also play key roles in the distribution of microbial populations in the rhizosphere soils of medicinal plants.
Study of Stress on Mental Health of Teacher Trainees published in

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Dr. Parineeta Singal The present study aims to assess and compare the stress with mental health of teacher trainees. For this purpose 600 teacher trainees were selected from various educational institutions of four districts of Punjab state, i.e., Moga, Ludhiana, Sangrur and Bathinda. The data was again divided into rural/urban and male/female category. For statistical analysis, mean, S. D. and t - test were worked out. The results showed that there was no significant difference between rural and urban as well as male and female teacher trainees on the variable of stress. Whereas regarding mental health, there was no significant difference between rural and urban as well as male and female teacher trainees.
A study of gender and livestock in Assam published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MANOSHI BARUAH DEKA,POMPI SAIKIAAND REKHA MONI SAIKIA Livestock management plays a key role in improving the rural economy of Assam like other developing countries of the world. Both the genders participated in livestock rearing, production and management. Out of them, womens participation in above said sector is critical as compared to men. But their contribution and involvement is not well documented and not considered as a paid work. The present research study had been designed to determine gender role, responsibility, access and control in livestock management activities of Assam. A multistage random sampling along with purposive sampling technique was used for selection of respondents. The total size of the sample was 1800 respondents both male and female belonging to 900 households. Data were collected with the help of interview schedule by personal interview method. The result of the study showed that majority of the activities related to livestock management were well performed by women but mens complete access was higher than women.
Campamento universitario multidisciplinario de investigacin y servicio (CUMIS) como estrategia de intervencin comunitaria published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

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lvaro Mondragn Cardona, Carlos Felipe Campo Betancourth, Daniel Tobn Garca, Carlos Eduardo Jimnez Canizalez, Vernica Alzate Carvajal, Jos William Martnez Introduction: community intervention and social work in vulnerable populations are initiatives led by the urge to research the health impact of various students scientific societies. Methods: the purpose of this project is to describe how the Multidisciplinary College Camp for Services and Research(CUMIS) is a student strategy of community work and scientific research. Universities from Colombia are the main participants and are led by the Universidad Tecnologica de Pereira. Results: the first version of this strategy took place in Caimalito, Pereira, Risaralda from the 27th to the 30th of March 2010. Health brigades, educational talks and scientific research were performed. Conclusion: CUMIS allowed students to apply their theoretical knowledge and develop research projects to help a community in need.
Performance through Efficient Robust Routing Technique (ERR Model) to Protect WSN from DoS Attack published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Clauciana Schmidt Bueno de Moraes, Natasha Paganelli do Vale & Jos Alencastro Arajo The Integrated Management System has the role of unifying the processes of quality, environmental management, safety, occupational health and social responsibility. The integrated management of these systems makes it more efficient to implement the policies, objectives, processes, procedures and practices than by individual management systems for each process of an organization. This paper explains how this occurs by analyzing the characteristics of this system and making an assessment of the benefits of its application. Additionally addresses issues concerning the impacts and necessary in relation to the requirements addressed in each system changes. Concludes that Integrated Management System ensures meeting the demands of increasingly stringent regulations, respect for the environment, ongoing commitment to the health and safety of people at work, and customer satisfaction. Integrated Management System uses integrated systems compatible with the purpose of obtaining better results for organizations that adopt.
Ecological Contradiction: the Green Theory Critiques of Ecocide and Ecological Future published in

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Anil Kumar Dular The ecological vision which has begun to emerge as a practical theory of modern life is one which acknowledges the diversity of embodied value in the world. The ecological contradiction is seen in the uniqueness, diversity and viability of existent natural and cultural form in dependence of people and non human nature and all participants in ecological processes. The possibility of ecological reconciliation is affirmed as an authentic mode of existence in phenomenon of ecological crisis or ecological future for viable way of life. The conflict over ecological issues has a peculiar significance in democratic capitalist societies relative to class based conflict over distributional issues. The green theories and radicalism have potential to transforming these contradictions between growth oriented industrialism and ecological interdependency, secular, materialism, social needs and the quest foe mutuality contested by green movements in opposition of economic social forces. The ecological contradiction has the immediate consequences that human self interest cannot be divorced from what we pronounced as ecological perspective or consciousness of interacting elements within biosphere process and evolution.
Acute cholecystitis presenting with massive intra-abdominal haemorrhage: A rare presentation. published in

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Dr Harsha H. S, Dr. Vignesh Ravikumar Haemorrhagic cholecystitis is a known rare life-threatening complication of acute cholecystitis. In this case report, we describe clinical presentation and radiological findings of acute cholecystitis presenting with massive intraabdominal haemorrhage. We present a case of a 57-year-old male presenting to the emergency department with clinical symptoms of acute cholecystitis. Initially, the patient was haemodynamically stable. Gallbladder could not be visualized by ultrasound. Computed tomography with IV contrast showed a large haematoma in the gallbladder fossa, with active extravasation of IV contrast. On angiography the bleeding was localized to a branch of the cystic artery, which was embolized using gelfoam material. The patient was taken to the operating room for an urgent laparotomy and cholecystectomy
Study of Correlation of Cord Blood Bilirubin With Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia. published in

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Dr Tushar Sonawane, Dr. Milind Suryawanshi, Dr. Sagar Sonawane INTRODUCTION: Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (NH) is a universal problem affecting nearly 60% of term and 80% of preterm neonates during first week of life. In significant number (6.5%) of babies, NH is a cause for readmission. The present study was conducted to correlate the Cord Blood Bilirubin (CBB) level with subsequent NH.Methods:Study was performed at the Department of Pediatrics in a Medical College Hospital and Research Centre. Intramurals delivered, 113 Healthy full-term newborns during 1-year period were prospectively enrolled. CBB was estimated. Serum Bilirubin estimation was done at 48 hours and 5 day of age and later if required.Results:Significant NH in our study is 3.5 %. Mean total bilirubin on second post natal day was 10.58 mg/dl and on fifth post natal day was 10.81 mg/dl. Using CBB level of ? 3 mg/dl as a cut-off, NH can be predicted with sensitivity of 100%, specificity of 98.17 %, positive predictive value of 66.67 % and negative predictive value of 100%. Conclusion:A 100% Negative Predictive Value in the present study suggests that in Healthy Term babies (without RH and ABO incompatibility with Cord Blood Bilirubin ? 3 mg/dl ) cord serum bilirubin can help to identify those newborns who are unlikely to require further evaluation and intervention. These newborns can be discharged with assurance to Parents. Babies with CBB level ? 3 mg/dl should be followed more frequently
Green Shift from Trendy Marketing to Green Marketing:focus on Consumer Perspective In Trichy City published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Thiyagaraj. V. , This study analyzes the attitude of the respondents towards the consumer behavior, awareness, and satisfaction of green product attributes.Green marketing is a concept was evolved with the consideration of the issue of environment degradation. Companies are involving the concept of green marketing with the activities of corporate social responsibility.Thus green marketing incorporate a broad range of activities, including product modification, changes to the production process, packaging changes, as well as modifying advertising. Green marketing concept is the new concept in the Indian concept but it can be changed only with the help of consumer awareness towards the green products. The study was carried out in Trichy city. Data Collected are analyzed by using the statistical tools of percentage analysis and students t test.
EVALUATION OF DEPRESSANT AND ANXIOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF HOLARRHENA ANTIDYSENTRICA LEAVES. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Aswathy.C*, Nancy Jose, Dr. Sr. Betty Carla, Priyona Roy and Meera.R.Nath The behavioural effects of a methanolic extract of leaves of Holarrhena antidysentrica were studied in either sex of mice and rats. Phytochemical evaluation revealed the presence of Flavonoids, alkaloids, tannins are the major constituents. The extract was administered orally. Anxiolytic like properties were studied in the elevated plus-maze test (EPM), hole board and anti-depressant like actions were evaluated in the despair swim test and tail suspension method. The result revealed that all doses (200 and 400mg/kg) increased the exploration in the EPM of open arms and increased the nose poking count of the hole board. In despair swim test and tail suspension, the H.antidysentrica (200 and 400mg/kg p.o) was showed the opposite effect of imipramine, which increased the immobility time, along with a significant decrease in swimming behaviour. Animals pre-treated with dose of 200 and 400 mg/kg of H.antidysentrica were statistically analysed and compared to the control group.Thus the present study indicates that the methanolic extract of Holarrhena antidysentrica leaves may have anxiolytic and depressant like properties which deserve further investigation.
Two Cases of Lower Extremity Compartment Syndrome after Posterior Urethroplasty published in

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Lollo L1*, Vashkov Y2, Grabinsky A1, Ramaiah R2 Acute lower extremity compartment syndrome following surgery in the lithotomy position is uncommon but is a surgical emergency causing irreversible damage if suspected and requires emergent decompressive fasciotomy. This report describes compartment syndrome following bulbo-urethroplasty. Patient A developed lower extremity pain with absent dorsiflexion 9 hours after surgery and Patient B experienced calf pain immediately after surgery. One year after fasciotomy A had permanent drop foot and B had peroneal nerve distribution numbness. Shared risk factors that placed the patients at risk were obesity and prolonged surgical times. Emerging concepts aimed at improving care for patients with compartment syndrome are discussed.
EMOTIONAL STRESS ESTIMATION IN GENERAL POPULATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Maria Altaf, Shamoon Noushad, Sadaf Ahmed, Syed Zain Azher & Shaikh Muhammad Tahir Despite great deal of popular research interest in existence and altered body responses of emotional stress there are still strong arguments regarding its positive and negative impact on psychophysiological health. Stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense and also a number of normal reactions of the body (mental, emotional, and physiological) and designed for self-preservation. The potentially lethal consequences of emotional stress are deeply rooted in folk wisdom, as reflected by phrases such as scared to death and a broken heart. In the past decade, cardiac contractile abnormalities and heart failure have been reported after acute emotional stress. a cross sectional study, data was collected by means of structured questionnaire from 370 subjects (age ranges between 20-50 years). Stress was accessed by using Sadaf Stress Scale (SSS) which comprises of 114 items divided into seven subscales data was analyzed by using SPSS 20.0. The main findings of this study are that emotional stress has a direct relation with age. People ranging below 30 years showed emotional stress and women being remarkably more susceptible to it.
Optimization of Chitinase Production Using Statistics Based Experimental Designs published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sudhakar.P* and Nagarajan.P Statistics based experimental design on chitinase production by Serratia marcescens was optimized in solid state fermentation using Plackett-Burman design and Response surface methodology. The important medium components identified by initial screening method of Plackett-Burman were colloidal chitin, yeast extract, MgSO4.7H2O and KH2PO4. Plackett-Burman Pareto chart illustrates the order of significance of the variables affecting the cellmass production. Central composite response surface methodology was performed to evaluate the effects of temperature, pH, inoculum size and substrate concentration on production of chitinase by Serratia marcescens was studied using sugarcane bagasse under solid state fermentation. Statistical analysis of results showed that, the linear and quadric terms of these four variables had significant effects and evident interactions existing between pH and substrate concentration were found to contribute to the response at a significant level. Under the conditions of pH (6), Temperature (30oC), inoculum size (2.4%) and substrate concentration (2 g) in the experiment. The predicted response for chitinase production was 52.72 U/ml
Optimum Coordination of Overcurrent Relays Using Revised Simplex Method published in

The journal of CPRI

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Prashant P Bedekar and Others The Over Ccurrent relays (OCRs) are the major protection devices in a distribution system. To reduce the power outages, mal-operation of the backup relays should be avoided, and therefore, OCR time coordination in power distribution network is a major concern of protection engineer. The OCR time coordination in ring fed distribution networks is a highly constrained optimization problem. The purpose is to fi nd an optimum relay setting to minimize the time of operation of relays and at the same time, to avoid the mal-operation of relays. The problem can be stated as a linear programming problem (LPP). This paper presents revised simplex method for optimum time coordination of OCRs in ring fed distribution systems. The LPP of OCR coordination involves large number of variables and constraints. As the revised simplex method works with the reduced table, the amount of computations and the memory requirement is very much reduced. Thus the calculations to be performed reduce to a great extent. Comparison with dual simplex, Big-M simplex and two phase simplex method is also presented
CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATION OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMA: A RARE CASE REPORT. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Sangameshwara GM1, Indudhara PB*2 and Yenni VV3. Cutaneous manifestation of hepatocellular carcinoma is very rare. Patient presented with loss of appetite, generalized pruritus, distension of abdomen. Metastatic nodules were seen on face, neck, chest, abdomen, arms, thigh. Skin metastasis indicates poor prognosis. Skin is examined thoroughly for metastatic nodule followed up with investigations like FNAC, ultrasound, liver biopsy for histopathological examination and diagnosed as hepatocellular carcinoma. We report a case of hepatocellular carcinoma with cutaneous metastasis.
Social Sector Development in the Tribal Community: A Study in Warangal District of Telangana State published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Ankasala Samba Siva Rao The study is divided into four parts, part one deals with the introduction of social sector, part two deals with the methodology and objectives, the empirical data analysis is in the part three and the conclusion and suggestions are in the fourth part
MAGNETIC TUNNEL JUNCTION MODEL BASED UNIVERSAL NAND AND NOR LOGIC GATES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Joyanto Roy Choudhary*, Sumitesh Majumder, T K Maiti We have presented here magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) model based universal NAND and NOR logic gates and studied the proposed universal gates by both experimental and simulation methods. Experimental results substantiates with both the simulated and theoretical results.
Phytochemical Screening of Selected Anti-Infertility Indian Medicinal Plants published in

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S. A. Meenakshi, S. Kalavathy In developing countries, a variety of plants are claimed to have fertility regulating properties and a few have been tested for such effect. These medicinal plants are being used to treat several diseases. The present study deals that the phytochemicals in plant which shows fertility activity. With the help of available literature, we have analyzed that which phytochemical screening is more among selected medicinal plants. The phytochemical screening of the selected anti-infertility plants are Mucuna pruriens seed, Peper nigrum seed, Murraya koenigii leaf, Saraca asoca bark, Lanthiram bark, Nigella sativa seed and Aloe vera gel. The phytochemical screening of Mucuna pruriens seed, Peper nigrum seed, Murraya koenigii leaf,Saraca asoca bark, Lanthiram bark, Nigella sativa seed and Aloe vera gel showed that the presence of steroids, flavonoids, polyphenol, tannin, saponins, glycosides, terpenoids and anthroquinones while alkaloid was absent in Aloe vera. Amino acids were absent in all the plants except Mucuna pruriens. This type of collection may helpful to the pharmacists to concentrate the study on less expressed pharmacological activities
ANALYSIS OF SEGMENTAL AND COMBINATION OF VANE & SEGMENTAL BAFFLE IN SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dimple .S. Panchal* , Mary Florence, Sudhakar Nakka In this paper an analysis of two different types of baffle in a Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger is performed. Shell and tube heat exchanger are popularly used in many industrial applications such as power generation, Refrigeration and Environmental Protection and Chemical Engineering. Baffle is one of the components from the shell side of the STHE. The segmental baffle forces the liquid in a Zigzag flow and improving heat transfer and also increases the pressure drop and Combination of Vane & segmental decreasing the pressure drop, temperature distribution and exergy destruction
ULTIMATE BEAM EXPANSION RATIOS FOR ND: YAG LASER HARMONICS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Dr. Husham Abdul Malek*, Dr. Talib Zeedan Taban Beam expander plays a key role in laser devices for remote detection for transmission unit. The study is conducted for Nd: YAG laser wavelength 1064 nm and its harmonics, namely the second harmonic generation wavelength 532 nm, the third harmonic generation 355 nm, and the fourth harmonic generation 266 nm. Determination of expansion ratios of beam expander for specific wavelength and detection range is the key in beam expander optical design for determining minimum possible laser spot size at the target. Knowing ultimate expansion ratio implies to reduce laser transmitting unit dimensions and increase performance efficiency of receiving unit.
ANTHELMINTHIC ACTIVITY OF FLOWER OF SPHAERANTHUS INDICUS LINN. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Namrata V. Nemade*, Manojkumar Z. Chopda and Raghunath T. Mahajan Helminth infections are among the most common infections in man. Sphaeranthus indicus has number of traditional uses; however anthelmintic action is not explored. In the present study, anthelmintic activity of MeOHx and SAF of flower of S. indicus was evaluated against Eudrillus eugeniae. The high concentration of the methanolic extract (MeOHx) (60 mg/ml) produced paralysis within 37.83 0.87 min which was parallel to 10 mg/ml albendazole (37.33 0.61min). The semi purified alkloidal fraction (SAF) at 10, 20 and 30 mg/ml concentrations showed paralysis at 10.67 0.71, 8.00 0.57 and 8.00 0.57 min respectively. The SAF had significant paralytic and anthelmintic effect over Albendazole at the concentrations tested and the results may be concluded that the alkaloids are responsible for the anthelmintic activity.
Feminism National Identity (Study on Experience of Palestinian Women in Israel and Muslim Women in India) published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Hoda Rouhana In this article, I address paradoxes and ambiguities that result from this double oppression, and discuss some of the questions that arise from the formulation of this dichotomy, which forces women to choose between feminist and nationalist agendas. I discuss who formulates this dichotomy, who identifies nationalism and feminism, and who benefits from this identification. To address these topics, I discuss two specific examples: Muslim women in India and Palestinian women within Israel. The reformulation of nationalist/religious identity in such a way as to make it compatible with a feminist perspective is a very important project. Such a project must be built on changing the dominant culture from within. Such a process is long-term, however, and until it is achieved, women will continue to suffer. We cannot demand that oppressed women wait until the rebuilding of the dominant culture is completed. In reality, there is the possibility that utilizing secular courts will force national/ religious institutions to make positive changes.
Studies on Earthworm Population and Diversity with Special Reference to Physicochemical Parameters in Two Different Habitats published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
R. Devi | Serfoji. P. Biodiversity is vital to several important ecosystem services that ensure sustainability of food production. In organic agriculture, land management practices that promote biodiversity and soil quality are emphasized and the goal is to maintain a sustainable agriculture system. Earthworms are major components of the soil fauna in a wide variety of soils and climates are involved directly or indirectly in biodegradation, stabilization through humus formation, and various soil processes. Earthworm are important components of agro ecosystem soils, since they contribute to soil physical- chemical properties and processes, and can substantially modify the biodiversity and function of soil communities. R. Devi | Serfoji. P."Studies on Earthworm Population and Diversity with Special Reference to Physicochemical Parameters in Two Different Habitats" 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/ijtsrd12738.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/animal-science/12738/studies-on-earthworm-population-and-diversity-with-special-reference-to-physicochemical-parameters-in-two-different-habitats/r-devi
A Study of the Attachments of human Brachialis Muscle published in

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Shalini Chaudhary Anatomy of human Brachialis muscle has been studied previously by different authors in Australian ,Caucasian, Chinese and Thai population. Present study was aimed to describe gross morphology and nerve supply of brachialis muscle and to elucidate racial differences between Indian and other population .40 upper limbs of twenty embalmed Indian cadavers were dissected. In all specimens , the brachialis had 2 heads , superficial and deep. The larger , superficial head had more proximal origin and distal insertion than deep head. In all specimens, brachialis was supplied by musculocutaneous nerve while only 70% (28/40) cases received branch from radial nerve. Aforementioned results in Indian population are different from previous studies in some aspects reported in other populations. These anatomical facts are important for humeral surgery including both anterior and anterolateral approaches especially for orthopedic intervention on the Indian population.
A Study on Consumption and Demand Forecast for Electricity in Mettur Distribution Circle, Tamil Nadu. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. R. Madhesh, M. Krithiga Electrical Energy is an essential requirement to perform each and every kind of activity in the Universe and its consumption pattern is in phase with the population and economic growth. The rate of depletion of fuels to generate electricity is the foremost concern to investigate the existing energy usage, consumption pattern and demand, especially in urban areas for efficient utilization of energy. In this respect, the present study is focused on the above said aspect in Mettur Distribution Circle, one of the largest industrial town and densely populated city, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. This study concentrates mainly on electricity consumers of Mettur Distribution Circle. The variations in energy utilization are assessed and the results are discussed. Since the energy demand and environmental deterioration are in rising trend, and the supply is inadequate, it is necessary to execute the energy conservation measures and utilize wisely not only to overcome the energy demand but also to safe guard the quality of life of the people in the region.
SEROPREVALENCE OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS ANTIBODIES AMONG HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN GEZIRA STATE, CENTRAL SUDAN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Abu Algasim E. Abd Alla1, Altayeb A. Altayeb1, Mohammed A. Alshareef1, Mohammed S. Elboni1, Salah Eldin Ali1, Khalid O. Abosalif1, Waled A. Ahmed2, Khalid E. Khalid2, Haitham E Elawad1* and Ehab I. El-Amin2 Objective: To investigate the seroprevalence of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) antibodies among hemodialysis (HD) patients in Gezira State, Central Sudan. Design and Methods: Across sectional study was conducted at Gezira Hospital for Renal Diseases and Surgery (GHRDS) in 93 hemodialysis patients. Indirect Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) was used to investigate anti-CMV IgM and IgG. Structured questionnaire was used to gather sociodemographic data. Results: In hemodialysis patients, the positivity for anti-CMV IgM and anti-CMV IgG were found in 45.2% (42/93) and 95.7% (89/93) respectively. The number of hemodialysis patients subjected to blood transfusion and previous surgery were 79 (84.9%) and 42 (45.2%) respectively. The percentage of anti-CMV IgM and anti-CMV IgG were 45.6% and 97.5%; 47.6% and92.9% amonghemodialysis patients received blood transfusions and subjected to previous surgery respectively. Conclusions: The prevalence of CMV infection among hemodialysis patients in Gezira state appears high. Blood transfusion was found to play a major risk factor predisposing to CMV infection.
Emergence of Make in India and Environmental Impact in Industry published in

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Dheeraj Verma, Prof. B. K. P. Sinha In this research paper, researcher has covered a wide spectrum of the environmental factors which are having direct or indirect impact on the make in India concept. Development of nation is in direct proportion to the industrialisation but compromising with environmental issues may bring huge losses for the future. Industrial revolution initiated the use of machinery and clubbed with technological improvements factories led to mass production and led to economic development and prosperity of the world and provided Employment and Business opportunities, but on the other hand also contributed to environmental degradation. The impact on environment was not immediately seen and evaluated but seen many years later. National Green Tribunal (NGT) keeps issuing various guidelines timely and focuses its attention for the betterment of the environment. While industrial revolution caused positive benefits for the industrial world it also initiated the beginning of damage to environment and resources. Depletion of natural resources, carbon emissions, effect on human health due to exposure, Water depletion, climate change are all attributed to industrial activities.
EFFECTIVENESS OF INQUIRY TRAINING MODEL FOR TEACHING CHEMISTRY published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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Vandana Singh SRJIS/BIMONTHLY / VANDANA SINGH ( 2 3 4 4 - 2 3 4 9 ) NOV - DECEMBER , 2014. VOL - II/XV www.srjis.com Page 2344 EFFECTIVENESS OF INQUIRY TRAINING MODEL FOR TEACHING CHEMISTRY Vandana Singh , Asst. Professor, Chirayu K.C. Bajaj College of Education Jaripatka, Nagpur This research investigated the effectiveness of inquiry Training Model over traditional teachi ng method in teaching chemistry at IX grade level. A total of 120 students participated in the study. The study was designed t o prepare study material for teaching chemistry for class IX using inquiry training model , study the effectiveness of inquiry trai ning model on academic achievement of students and compare the academic achievement of students studying through inquiry training model & traditional method for teaching chemistry. The researcher selected the two groups randomly where each comprising 60 s tudents & were labelled as experimental group & Control group ..The students of control goup were taught with traditional method while the students of experimental group were taught with inquiry training model. The pre test was administered to students in both the groups before teaching commenced and post test was administered after the teaching in both the groups. It was found that the calculated value of mean of Post test of control group is 12.55, standard deviation is 4.38 & the mean of Post test of exp erimental group is 17.46 and standard deviation is 5.88.Result shown that there is a statistical significant effect of Inquiry Training Model over conventional teaching method on academic achievement of students
STUDY THE EFFECT OF TENSILE STRENGTH IN SINGLE SIDED FRICTION STIR WELDING ON AA6063 ALUMINIUM ALLOY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gurmukh Singh*, Gaurav Mittal, Dinesh Bhadhan Friction stir welding is a technique in which the work pieces are joined by profits of frictional heating and plastic deformation indeed a temperature below the melting point of the material to be joint. AA6063 is an aluminium alloy with magnesium and sili con as the alloying element. It has generally good mechanical properties and is heat mendable and weld able. It is similar to aluminium alloy HE9. Experiments are showed by varying rotational speed, transverse speed and altered shoulder diameter. The Taguc hi Method is used to find the combination of the three welding parameters. In this work three parameters are taken and L9 orthogonal array are selected to progress parameters for strength of the welded joint. The Tensile strength is mainly posh by Tool speed and beside it shoulder diameter & feed rate also affect to some extent
NOVEL PROPOSAL FOR AUTOMATION OF LAND REGISTRATIONS USING BLOCK CHAIN TECHNOLOGY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M.Archana1 and S. Suguna Mallika Bitcoins are currently gaining popularity among the internet users with their novel approach of dominating the third-party validation like the involvement of banks or trusted third parties in financial transactions. The main technology enabling the rampant rise in the implementation of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoins is Block Chain Technology. Though the block chain technology is much older in its conceptualization and realization, bitcoins popularized it. Block chain technology is an enabling solution for the next generation security issues across different domains. However, the potential of block chain is not yet unleashed with respect to several other problems pertaining to domains like Healthcare, Insurance, remains to be tapped. The whole offline system could completely be automated with the help of block chain technology. An endeavor to propose a novel strategy to automate registration of lands using block chain technology to avoid the typical problems associated with offline registrations is made here.
An Overview on Nano-Technology published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
A. C. Sounthararaj | P L. Subramanian Nanotechnology nanotech is used to exploit matter of a molecular, supramolecular and atomic scale. The earliest, widespread description of nanotechnology referred to the particular technological goal of precisely exploiting atoms and molecules for fabrication of macro-scale products, also now referred to as molecular nanotechnology. Nanotechnology as defined by size is naturally very broad, including fields of science as assorted as surface science, organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics, micro-fabrication, etc. The associated research and applications are equally assorted, ranging from extensions of conventional device physics to completely new approaches based upon molecular self-assembly, from developing new materials with dimensions on the nanoscale to direct reign of matter on the atomic scale. A. C. Sounthararaj | P L. Subramanian "An Overview on Nano-Technology" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18626.pdf
Multicloud Architectures for Integrity and Confidentiality of Application and Data published in

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Anju Peeter, G. P. Simi Margaret The use of cloud computing has increased rapidly in many organizations. Cloud computing provides many benefits in terms of low cost and accessibility of data. Cloud computing creates a large number of security issues and challenges.Ensuring the security of cloud computing is a major factor in the cloud computing environment, as users often store sensitive information with cloud storage providers but these providers may be untrusted. One idea on reducing the risk for data and applications in a public cloud is the simultaneous usage of multiple clouds .The basic underlying idea is to use multiple distinct clouds at the same time to mitigate the risks of malicious data manipulation, disclosure, and process tampering.Multicloud Architectures provide integrity and confidentiality for application and data.
Shopping Experience and Satisfaction of Outshoppers in Shopping Malls in Selected Cities in Tamilnadu published in

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R. Geetha, Dr. H. Balakrishnan -
Alternative method to predict activity coefficients at infinite dilution of hydrocarbons in aqueous solutions published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Gonzalo Astray*, Jorge Morales, Miriam Gonzlez-Temes, Juan C. Mejuto1, Augusto J. Magdalena Activity coefficients at infinite dilution are important property in solute-solvent interactions. Experimental techniques show high costs, skilled labour and safety. To solve this, a neural network model with five different topological descriptors to implement different Artificial Neural Network has been implemented. The best Artificial Neural Network (5-11-8-1 topology) presents good fits for the training phase with an Average Percentage Deviation of 1.85%. Similar results have been obtained for the validation phase of the Artificial Neural Network (1.88%). The implemented Neural Networks techniques showed better results than other developed methods, around 30.70% and 24.60% for training and validation phase, respectively.
TAHLIL AL-LISAN IN NAQSHABANDI MUJADDIDI AHMADI TAUGHT BY SHAYKH ISLAM WAN SULAIMAN WAN SIDEK (D.1354H/1935M) published in

International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science (IJBASS)

Published by Dr. Yuval Rottenstreich(Editor In Chief)
Dr. Muhammad Khairi Mahyuddin Faculty of Leadership & Management University Sains Islam Malaysia Negeri .Sembilan Mail: muhmmadkhairi77@gmail.com Malaysia Tahlil al-lisan is Sufi ritual practiced by Naqshabandi Mujaddidi Ahmadi. The ritual is important as a process to purify the soul and to increase spirituality of the disciples. Shaykh Islam Wan Sulaiman Wan Sidek is recognized to teach this ritual to his disciples. This study aims to expose the way of tahlil al-lisan is exercised by Wan Sulaiman and his disciples. The method is historical and textual analysis. The result of the study found that the practice of negation and affirmation by the tongue in Wan Sulaiman‘s teaching is important as a routine practice to strengthen the tawhid and belief in disciple's heart. It is useful as well for a salvation the death person throughout the recitation of negation and affirmation by the tongue seventy thousand times. The practice is not against with Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah school
“I AM YOUR PERFECT ONLINE PARTNER” ANALYSIS OF DATING PROFILES USED IN CYBERCRIME published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Christian Kopp, James Sillitoe, Iqbal Gondal Internet Online Dating has become an influential mainstream social practice facilitating the finding of a partner. Unscrupulous operators have identified its potential and started to use this platform for identity theft in form of so called Online Romance Scams. Quickly, this cybercrime has become very successful and thus, an increasing threat in the social networking environment. So far, very little is known about its structure and the reason for its success, and this needs to be known in order to be able to fight it efficiently. This research tries to contribute to this knowledge, and argues that scammers use so-called ‘Love Stories’, which represent personal affinities related to romantic relationships, to their benefit when tailoring common narratives as part of fraudulent online profiles to attract their victims. We look at these different types of ‘Personal Love Stories’ and discuss how they can be used in this type of scam, followed by a qualitative analysis of fraudulent profiles from three different international websites to examine this assumption. Keywords: Internet Crime, Online Dating, Love Stories.
Relationship Between Agro-Tourism and Sustainability: A Research TaTuTa Farms In Mu?la Religion published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Makbule Civelek, Taner Dalg?n, Hseyin eken Destructiveness and irreversible effects of mass tourism diverted touristic customers to alternative types of tourism. As a result of consumption of natural resources and damage, countries have given place for alternative types of tourism in their development and strategic plans. Agro-tourism is one of tourism types that takes part in sustainability and minimizes environmental damage. Agro-tourism signifies that it protects resources and does not harm the environment. Also, it is intertwined with local community and business. In this study, by examining the relationship between agro-tourism and sustainability, activities of agro-tourism enterprises in Mugla region towards sustainability were tried to put forth. Semi-structured interviews and participant observation methods were used as research tool. Results obtained from the research show that agro-tourism enterprises operating in Mugla region, act in accordance with environmentally friendly agro-tourism. As a result of the findings obtained from participant observation revealed awareness of touristic consumer profile.
Corporate Social Responsibility is A way to Employee Motivation published in

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Dr. Rajarajeswari, Mrs. G. Vasuki This paper attempts to study the relationship between the employee motivation and Corporate Social Responsibility. Employees are the primary stakeholders who directly contribute to the success of the company, understanding employee reactions to corporate social responsibility may help to answer the questions about the potential effects of corporate social responsibility on firms as well as illuminate some of the processes responsible for them. This paper specifically examines the relationship between intrinsic rewards, extrinsic rewards, internal CSR, external CSR (customer related), external CSR (local communities related), external CSR (business partner related) and employee motivation. It also examines relationship between employee motivation and organizational commitment. We are coming out with top ten ways to use CSR to motivate employees.
CHIKUNGUNYA: NEED AN ATTENTION AMONG THE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND THE PUBLIC published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Shiv Sagar Konda, Dr. Mrunmay Palaye, Kanav Khera, Dr.Girish Thunga Need an attention among the public Chikungunya is a reemerging disease caused by Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) belonging to the Togaviridae family and Alphavirus genus. It is biologically transmitted via the bite of a mosquito, Aedesegypti. The word Chikungunya is derived from Makonde root word Kungulya meaning that which bends up which refers to the arthritic manifestations of the disease, causing pain in the joints.Chikungunya first emerged in 1952 on Makonde plateau in Tanzania. It then started spreading to other countries like India and other south-east Asian countries. In India, it first occurred in Kolkata in 1963 and Chennai in 1965 during which about more than 3,00,000 cases of chikungunya were reported. 1 There was a huge outbreak in 2005 spreading over 13 states in which more than 1.4 million people were affected. Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka were the most affected states with maximum number of suspected cases, followed by Orissa and Maharashtra.
PERBANDINGAN PROFITABILITAS PASIEN BPJS DAN PASIEN UMUM DI RUMAH SAKIT BRAWIJAYA SURABAYA DENGAN PENDEKATAN CUSTOMER PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS published in

Jurnal Sosial Humaniora

Published by LPPM ITS
Muhammad Saiful Hakim, Aldhilla Isti Nuswandari, Nugroho Priyo Negoro Since 2013 Indonesia has developed their national healthcare programme (JKN) that run by BPJS kesehatan. Nowadays this system has attract broad demand in Indonesia. This programme used INA CBG system as their payment system for the healthcare. Since the implementation many of hospital has doubt regard this system has provided hospital with profit. This paper answer the question by using Customer Profitability analysis that extracted from Activity Based Costing Measurement to measuring profitability between BPJS patient and regular patient . The result indicated that for short term, BPJS Patient generated higher profit rather than regular patient. On the other hand for long term BPJS patient have lower profit compared with regular patient
The Relationship between Foreign Banking and Credit Access: Panel Analysis Method published in

Journal of Economics and Political Economy

Published by Bilal KARGI (Economics Ph.D.)
Nuri BALTACI, Gizem AKBULUT, Grsan C?VELEK After 1990, the crises in planned economies has resulted with accept of the free market system and disintegration of this country blocks. The transition economies are defined as process of approaching work to the free market system of markets. Privatization efforts especially in finance markets of transition economies have increased interest to these markets of foreign banks. From the studies concern with enter of foreign banks to the market show that there are both advantages and disadvantages. In this study, the relationship between the allocation of credit and the presence of foreign banks in transition economies examined for the period of 1995-2010. In the study panel data method is used. The aim of the study is examine aspects and effects between the presence of the foreign banks and the loans to the private sector. Also the effect of foreign bank on accessing to credit in transition economies examined in macroeconomic level. Findings obtained from the study empirical applications and theoretical supports from literature supports that when the existence share of foreign banks numerically and in the banking sector is examined, it is observed that foreign banks make the credit accessibility of the firms more difficult.
Derailment of Religious Freedom: A Study Based on The Constitutions of Indonesia and India published in

International Journal of Interreligious and Intercultural Studies (IJIIS)

Published by Unhi Press
Roy Vettikuzhiyil Joseph India, being the largest democracy and Indonesia, being the third largest democracy in the world, have significant role in their basic attitude toward religious freedom among the world nations. Based on the Constitutions of the both countries, this study focuses on the religious freedom and its derailment in many ways. Religion plays a vital role in the society in molding and building the civilization and humanity whether people accept it or not. It can affect the growth of the people positively or negatively. I would like to analyze the background of the Constitutional articles on religious freedom. How do the drafters of the Constitutions conceive of religious freedom in their respective countries? What were their dreams and aspirations when they drafted each article regarding the religious freedom in the Constitution? How much are they implemented or realized?
Role of Television Shows in the dissemination of Science. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Arif Moin Science is playing an important role in contemporary society. Inspite of this fact in many countries, science popularization does not come to programming schedule very often due to both intrinsic difficulties science communication and those of the medium. A considerable gap exists between science and common knowledge. Science Communication has been defined as the use of appropriate skills , media , activities and dialogue to produce one or more of the following personal responses to science ( the AEIOU vowel analogy ) : Awareness , Enjoyment , Interest , Opinion- forming , and Understanding(Burns et al. 2003) & generally refers to media presenting science related topics to non-scientists. It includes science exhibitions, Science Parks, Science Competitions, science journalism, science policy and science media production. Science communication can be important not just to maintain a demand for ongoing science but it can benefit individuals with directly applicable skills and knowledge, by informing social policy, or simply by empowering the field of science. Television is one of the powerful channels of the mass media which transmit information very fast. T.V could play an important role in dissemination of information about scientific knowledge, research findings, education, health, agricultural techniques thereby creating scientific awareness and information among the masses. This will influence development social welfare of the community. Scientific knowledge should be disseminated to all target audiences in accessible format. So if science is proliferated through easy to understand, simple though entertaining manner, it will not remain alienated from the common masses. This paper is designed especially to assess the role of Television Programmes in the dissemination of science.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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HYBRID SYSTEM ENERGY MANAGEMENT BASED ON CONTROLLER FOR POWER GENERATION published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
S.BALU* &B.PERUMAL M.E., (PhD)** Abstract The paper presents a microcontroller-based power management system (PMS) designed for the online operation of an experimental low voltage micro grid equipped with a battery storage system and three power supplies. A kilowatt (kW)-class proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell (FC), wind mills (WM) power and a photovoltaic (PV) module emulator, these connected to a low voltage ac node. The connections of the energy sources to the common ac bus make use of power inverters with specific functionalities. The ac node feeds electric active and reactive load emulators able to reproduce programmable profiles. The automatic PMS provides the micro grid monitoring and the FC power scheduling in both grid-connected and islanded operating conditions. The paper describes the structure and functionalities of the PMS as well as a specific experimental investigation aimed at assessing the dynamic performance of the micro grid in islanded conditions. Key words —Battery, digital microcontroller, electrical micro grids, Fuel cell (FC), photovoltaic (PV) emulator, power management system (PMS).
Effect of Pranayama on Social Adjustment of College Students of West Bengal published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Binod Chowdhary, Mr. Deb Kumar Mahata The study was conducted to assess the effect of pranayama on social adjustment of college students of west Bengal. The subjects for this study were 100 college students of B.A/B.SC from Seva Bharati Mahavidyalaya, Kapgari. Fifty students were selected for experimental group-A and fifty acted as control group-B. Their age ranged from 19 to 23. The student went through yogic practice of Pranayama for six weeks training program of 30 minutes during morning session. Pre- test data was collected in the beginning of the training and after the completion of six weeks training programme, Post-test was conducted. The score of the Pre-test and Post-test were statistically analyzed by employing-test at 0.05 level of significance. An insignificant improvement was found after the six weeks training of pranayama.
INTEREST RATE AND PRIVATE CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOUR IN NIGERIA: SOME EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Hammed, Agboola Yusuf, Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin,Joel Ede Owuru, Saad Babatunde Akanbi, Hammed Oluwaseyi Musibau This study examines the impacts of interest rates on private consumption behaviour in Nigeria between the period of 1981 and 2013 using autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) cointegrations framework. The data were sourced from the World Bank development indicators and the interest rate was augmented with other macroeconomic variables like per capita income, money supply, and banking sector credit to the private sector as regressors in determining the behaviour of private consumption in Nigeria. The results confirm the existence of a relationship between private consumption and its determinants, except real interest rate and the dummy for the impact of interest rate deregulation. The study, therefore, recommends an increase in government capital expenditures that will create an enabling environment for the private sector to thrive so that the welfare of the citizenry could be enhanced. Keywords: Private Consumption, Interest Rate, ARDL, and Nigeria, JEL Classification: C22, D11and E43.
Cinnamomum zeylanicum essential oil in the management of Anthracnose of Banana Fruits published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

Published by innovational publishers
Rinki Singh, Pramila Tripathi Essential oils of 24 angiospermic taxa were screened for their antifungal activity against fruit rotting fungus Colletotrichum musae causing anthracnose of banana. The essential oil of three plants viz. C. zeylanicum, A. indica and Mentha arvensis showed 100 % activity against the test pathogen. The essential oil of C. zeylanicum oil was selected for further investigation. The minimum inhibitory concentration of C. zeylanicum oil was found to be 100ppm. The nature of toxicity of oil was fingistatic at its MIC but turned cidal at hypertoxic concentration of 200ppm.The fungitoxicity of the oil was thermostabal up to 80?C.The shelf life of oil was found to be 24 months. The C. zeylanicum oil was found to exhibit a broad fungitoxic spectrum by inhibiting the mycelia growth of 10 common fruit rotting fungi at its MIC. During in vivo trial the C. zeylanicum oil treated banana fruits showed enhancement of storage life up to 4 days. Therefore, the essential oil of C. zeylanicum could be recommended as potential botanical fungicide.
Cloud Removal from Satellite Images Using Information Cloning? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Saranya M? In recent years, on average about 35% of cloud covers are generally present in optical satellite images. To develop cloud-free satellite images for analyses of current land cover and land-cover change cloud removal approach based on information cloning is introduced. The approach removes cloud-contaminated portions of a satellite image and then clones information from cloud-free patches to their corresponding cloud-contaminated patches under the assumption that land covers change insignificantly over a short period of time. To identify exact location of cloud contaminated region, cloud detection based on window based thresholding approach is introduced. The proposed information cloning algorithm is used to reconstruct the missing data after removing the cloud-contaminated region. By replacing cloud contaminated target image with cloud- and shadow-free parts from the reference image, the information reconstruction is performed. This approach results in cloud removed images and is tested for various input images.
The Urgency of Informed Consent for the Protection of the Rights of Patients published in

Hasanuddin Law Review

Published by Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University
Syafruddin Ghansham Anand The right to health care for every citizen of Indonesia is a right guaranteed by the constitution, as set out in Article 28H Paragraph (1) of the 1945 Constitution which mandates the state to guarantee the rights of citizens to live in prosperity, among others, through the provision of better health care. The hospital is one of the institutions that provide health care facilities to every citizen through the efforts which allowed according to an adequate standard of health. One form of health care, is the provision of professional doctor and work according to the ethics of the medical profession. One form of professionalism of doctors within the framework of the protection of the rights of patients is the presence of informed consent as the rights of patients to obtain medical information from the hospital before getting certain medical actions that have an impact on the loss of life of patients. In connection with that, this article aims to explain philosophically dogmatic about the urgency of informed consent as a guarantee of protection of the rights of patients in hospitals. This paper, methodologically using normative analysis with a conceptual approach, so of course, legal materials that are used as a source of analysis, more concentrated on primary legal materials. In conclusion, the existence of informed consent plays an important role in terms of providing protection rights of patients to health services in hospitals, according mandate of the constitution, especially considering the fact mala practice of medicine that looks at some cases in hospitals in Indonesia, is the impact of neglect the application of informed consent that has not run as expected.
Study on Certain Fungal Diseases in Culturable and Non-Culturable Species of Fishes of Upper Lake, Bhopal published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Rekha Chauhan Fungal diseases of fresh water fishes are known to be problematic disease. The aim of this study was to investigate the increasing aquatic fungal flora of the Upper Lake and the percentage of infection of various species in fishes. For this, investigation was carried out on fungal infected fishes from November 2011 to April 2012. A total number of 2066 fishes were examined. Out of them, about 287 fishes were found infected. The most affected species of fish were Clarias batrachus (24.6%). Total 13 species of fishes found infected from which 27 isolates have been found out, which belong to 8 genera and 14 species. Cultures were made on hempseeds, sesame and mustard seeds. Pure cultures were made on sabouraud dextrose agar, glucose yeast agar and potato dextrose agar. Identification of various species was done on the basis of their vegetative and reproductive characters. During investigation period, among all the eight genera, Achlya and Saprolegnia found most virulent. Maximum percentage of infected fishes fond in December (32.3%) followed by November (24.6%) and January (22.8%). Aspergillus niger and Fuzarium sp. were isolated first from fungal infected fishes of this region. To find out the pathogenecity of these species need further study.
Estimation of Error in Surface Refractivity Using Satellite Meteorological Dataset published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ajileye O. O. The problems associated with periodic sampling and thinning process of large amounts of satellite meteorological data usually bring about errors in measurement that lead to measured values being inconsistent when compared with data from ground meteorological stations. The meteorological data measured at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Nigeria covering a period between January and December, 2010 were averaged daily and statistically analyzed to estimate mean and standard deviation of error with the aim of determining error contributions in dry term and wet term of surface refractivity when using satellite dataset. The mean error was observed to have higher percentage in wet terms than in dry term. It was observed that the standard deviation in measurement of relative humidity was 1.26% in wet season and 4.66% in dry season. Measurement inconsistencies in satellite and ground station values of temperature and relative humidity were largely responsible for the error in surface refractivity estimated from satellite dataset.
To Be a Gifted Adolescent published in

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

Published by College VCHS
Hanna David Abstract: Adolescence is a period in everybody’s life that is usually referred to as “time that everybody must go through” or “parents’ hell”. Transition between childhood and adulthood is indeed of great importance in everybody’s life, but it is usually accompanied with a variety of questions, problems, dilemmas and a constant need to choose among many possibilities, which adds a lot of tension to the adolescent’s life and that of his or her family. Being gifted is also somewhat conflictual as it means – in most cases – a high cognitive level with somewhat lesser emotional development, along with many intellectual and educational needs that are hard to fulfil, and also usually difficult in finding peers with similar interests, level of thinking and verbal and/or logicalmathematical abilities. As a result, parents of gifted adolescents have to overcome the problems every parent of a teenager faces, and in addition – those caused by their children’s giftedness. This work will open a window to many such issues not answered by education or mental health professionals. The problems presented in this part of my work are: Problems typical to adolescents; and Problems typical to the gifted with a special focus on their variations during adolescence. The second part of this article will deal with problems of gifted adolescents, namely – problems that usually do not occur among the non-gifted. In addition, I am to offer some effective ways and strategies that might help parents to deal with the challenge of raising a gifted adolescent. Keywords: Giftedness; adolescents; gifted; cognitive and emotional development; abilities; health; non-gifted
Administering Developmental Projects in Africa: An Analysis of Infrastructure Model under the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim | zainab gimba | Olamiriki Oluwaseun The paper delves into the activities and progress of the forum on China-Africa cooperation, which serves as the vein through which cooperation on the basis of mutual benefits flourishes. From the library instrument used, findings show that the two sides explore mutual cooperation and benefits. It also concludes that, china has been a major financier of infrastructural development in virtually all regions of Africa; therefore, Africa should continue to work with China. The paper recommends dealing with language barrier as an obstacle to the cooperation. Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim | zainab gimba | Olamiriki Oluwaseun"Administering Developmental Projects in Africa: An Analysis of Infrastructure Model under the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC)" 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/ijtsrd10813.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/social-science/10813/administering-developmental-projects-in-africa-an-analysis-of-infrastructure-model-under-the-forum-on-china-africa-cooperation-focac/sheriff-ghali-ibrahim
Information Leak Discovery From Guilty Agent published in

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Barkath Fathima, Savitri Vasudev Yadav Data allocation technique is an emerging technology which carries potential to resolve the leakage of data in an integrated way. However, while doing corporate some of the sensitive data should be handover to some company. Some of the information is leaked and found in an unauthorised space. So distributor has to find the leak data. Presently watermarking technique is being used for the data security. But this technique doesnt provide sufficient protection. This report includes data allocation technique and fake objects that improve our opportunities to notice the leakage and recognize the guilty agent.
Responsive Parameter based an AntiWorm Approach to Prevent Wormhole Attack in Ad hoc Networks published in

ACEEE International Journal on Network Security

Published by ACEEE
Vrutik Shah and Dr. Nilesh Modi The recent advancements in the wireless technology and their wide-spread deployment have made remarkable enhancements in efficiency in the corporate and industrial and Military sectors The increasing popularity and usage of wireless technology is creating a need for more secure wireless Ad hoc networks. This paper aims researched and developed a new protocol that prevents wormhole attacks on a ad hoc network. A few existing protocols detect wormhole attacks but they require highly specialized equipment not found on most wireless devices. This paper aims to develop a defense against wormhole attacks as an Anti-worm protocol which is based on responsive parameters, that does not require as a significant amount of specialized equipment, trick clock synchronization, no GPS dependencies.
Banaskantha Flood 2017: Flood Risk Assessment published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Pratik Prajapati | Prof. Dr. Neha Bansal There is an increasing need for strategic global assessments of flood risks in current and future conditions. Natural hazards have caused severe consequences to the natural, modified and human systems in the past. These consequences seem to increase with time due to both the higher intensity of the natural phenomena and the higher value of elements at risk. Among the water-related hazards, flood hazards have the most destructive impacts. The paper presents study of flood for the assessment of flood hazard and flood risk in the area near the high terrain having lower elevation. Pratik Prajapati | Prof. Dr. Neha Bansal"Banaskantha Flood 2017: Flood Risk Assessment" 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/ijtsrd7078.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/risk-management/7078/banaskantha-flood-2017-flood-risk-assessment/pratik-prajapati
To Measure Short Term Financial Strength of Selected Steel Companies in India Based on Liquidity Ratio published in

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Mr. Ankit D. Patel Liquidity is a pre-requisite for the very survival of a business unit. Liquidity represents the ability to business concern to meet short term obligations when they fall due for payment. In this study Analysis of variance (ANOVA) carried out for liquidity ratios for the selected steel company in India for the period of 2009-10 to 2013-2014. In these, liquidity ratios include Current Ratio, Acid test ratio or Quick Ratio and Absolute Liquidity Ratio. The statistical tool ANOVA is used to test the hypothesis regarding Liquidity ratios which are based on a sample of five selected companies in steel industry. From the analysis concluded there is significant difference in all Liquidity Ratios of five selected steel Companies.
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL, FT- IR AND ANTIBACTERIAL EVALUATION OF LEAF OF EUGENIA FLOCCOSA BEDD (MYRTACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. P. S. Tresina and Dr. V. R. Mohan* The present study aims to examine the phytochemical and antibacterial potential of different solvent extracts of leaf of Eugenia floccosa. The preliminary phytochemical screening revealed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, glycosides, terpenoids, steroids, saponins, phenols, tannins, coumarins, catechin and sugars in the methanol and ethanol extracts of leaf of E. floccosa. The FT-IR spectrum confirmed the presence of C=O, C-H, C=C, C-O and C=C. The antibacterial activity has been observed in the petroleum ether, methanol and ethanol extracts of leaf of E. floccosa against the tested bacteria with wide-ranging activity. The methanol extract of leaf of E. floccosa showed highest zone of inhibition against Escherichia coli (16 mm). It is hoped that, this study would direct to the establishment of some compounds that could be used to formulate new and more effective antibacterial drugs of natural origin.
Single-input Multiple-output Signals Third-order Active-R Filter for different Circuit Merit Factor (Q) published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Adnan A. Qasem* Shinde G. Narharraa** Single-input Multiple-output Signals Third-order Active-R Filter for different Circuit Merit Factor Q Configuration is proposed. This paper discusses a new configuration to realize third-order low pass, band pass and high pass. The presented circuit uses Single-input Multiple-output signals, OP-AMP and passive components. This filter is useful for high frequency operation, monolithic IC implementation and it is easy to design .This circuit gives three filter functions low-pass, high-pass and band-pass. This filter circuit can be used for different merit factor (Q) with high pass band gain. This gives better stop-band attenuation and sharper cut-off at the edge of the pass-band. Thus the response shows wider pass-band. The Ideal value of this filter circuit which is closed to Ideal value of third-order active-R filter is at 0.8? Q ?6. The advantages of this circuit are reduction in size and weight, increased circuit reliability, more economical and easy for manufacturing.
APPLICATIONS OF STATISTICAL TOOLS FOR DECISION MAKING UNDER UNCERTAINTY IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ankur Sharma*1 & Payal2 In order to survive in the present day global competitive environment, it now becomes essential for the manufacturing organizations to take prompt and correct decisions regarding effective use of their scarce resources. The content of this paper to promote the wider understanding and application of statistical methods for manufacturing decision making problems under uncertainty conditions. It is important for managers to know the statistical techniques that can be applied in industry and the ways in which these techniques can help them in their decision making. The aims of the study are the managers make decisions using Statistics. This paper will provide you with hands-on experience to promote the use of statistical thinking and techniques to apply them to make educated decisions, whenever you encounter variation in business data.
Farklı Organik Gübrelerin Tarla ve Örtüaltı Koşullarında Yetiştirilen Karnabaharın Bitki Gelişimi ve Verim Parametreleri Üzerine Etkisi published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Sevinç Şener, Kamile Ulukapı Karnabahar Lahanagiller familyasında yer almaktadır. Türkiye'de üretimi sonbahar ve kış aylarında yapılmaktadır. Çalışma, 2016-2017 yılında Akdeniz Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Araştırma ve Uygulama serası ile Antalya ili Aksu ilçesinde tarla koşullarında yürütülmüştür. Çalışmada örtüaltı ve tarla koşullarında karnabahar yetiştiriciliğinde kullanılabilecek farklı organik gübrelerin bitkilerin vejetatif gelişim ve verim parametrelerine olan etkisini belirlemek amaçlanmıştır. Çalışmada gübre materyali olarak organik sertifikalı solucan ve yarasa gübresi ile sentetik kimyasal gübre uygulaması yapılmıştır. Bitkisel materyal olarak Serac F1 karnabahar (Brassica oleraceae L. var. botrytis) çeşidi kullanılmıştır. Deneme sonunda hasadı yapılan bitkilerde; bitki boyu, kök uzunluğu, gövde çapı, yaprak sayısı, yaprak genişliği, yaprak boyu, gövde yaş ve kuru ağırlığı, kök yaş ve kuru ağırlığı, taç yaş ve kuru ağırlığı, taç çapı, taç yüksekliği ile bitkilerin makro ve mikro besin elementi içerikleri belirlenmiştir. Yapılan istatistiksel değerlendirme sonucunda bitki büyüme ve gelişme kriterleri ve verim bakımından tarla koşullarında yapılan yetiştiriciliğin daha iyi sonuçlar verdiği belirlenmiştir. Gübre uygulamalarının etkileri değerlendirildiğinde ise organik gübrelerin kimyasal gübre uygulaması ile rekabet edebildiği tespit edilmiştir. Kimyasal gübre uygulaması yalnızca tarla koşullarında bitkilerin K alımında ve serada Ca alımında istatistiksel olarak organik gübrelerden daha iyi sonuç vermiştir. Verim parametrelerinden olan taç yaş ağırlığı üzerine en iyi etkiyi tarla ve sera koşullarında solucan gübresi uygulamasının yaptığı tespit edilmiştir. Çalışmanın sonunda yetiştirme ortamları ve gübreleme uygulamaları arasında, vejetatif büyüme ve gelişme kriterleri, ortalama verim ve makro ve mikro besin elementi içeriği bakımından istatistiksel olarak anlamlı farklar bulunmuştur.
The Rehabilitation Management of Chronic Disc Displacement of TMJ with a Specific Functional Device: Long Term Results of 141 Patients - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Di Paolo C1*, Falisi G2, Costantini S1, Panti F1, Rampello A1 Background: Biomechanical intra capsular dysfunctions may develop into a pathological state that leads to the limitation of mouth opening caused by displacement of the articular disc without reduction, called closed lock. Various surgical and nonsurgical therapies for the treatment of this pathology have been proposed. Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate, through a retrospective longitudinal study, the efficacy and efficiency of the conservative treatment with a new device, called RADICA, specifically designed and patented for chronic joint lock treatment. Methods: 141 patients were recruited according to specific criteria from those arrived at our observation unit in the decade 2001-2012. All patients were analyzed by measuring and comparing in the short and medium term specific clinical parameters according to the Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD). The data were evaluated by descriptive statistics and Kendall Tau-band Goodman and Kruskal's gamma coefficient tests. Results: The results achieved by the application of the conservative treatment protocol with the RADICA device have shown evident and significant improvements of all parameters related to the functional recovery or to the different painful states analyzed. Conclusion: In view of these findings, this study suggest that this pathological state should be treated as early as possible to get an effective and efficient therapeutic response that minimizes the progressive alteration of joint structure and limits the increase of comorbidity. Moreover, these data indicate that the distracting RADICA device represents the device of choice for the treatment of TMD joint lock.
A Spatio-Temporal Model for Massive Analysis of Shapefiles published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Prabha Shreeraj Nair Over the course of time an organization working with geospatial data accumulates tons of data both in the form of vector and raster formats. This data is a result of co-ordinated processes within the organization and external sources such as other collaborative organizations, projects and agencies, crowd sourcing efforts, etc. The massive amount of data accumulated as a result and the recent developments in the distributed processing of geo-data have catalyzed the development of our spatio-temporal data processing model. Our model is loosely based upon GS-Hadoop and uses dataset consisting of more than 300,000 shapefiles (a vector data format), which was accumulated over a span of several years from various sources and creation of custom geo-portals for government departments. The developed model provides access to visual representation, extraction of features and related attributes from over more than 800 GB of shapefile data containing ten of billions of features. In this paper, we model a spatial data infrastructure for processing such huge amount of geo-data. Dr. Prabha Shreeraj Nair"A Spatio-Temporal Model for Massive Analysis of Shapefiles" 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/ijtsrd6994.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/biological-and-bio-system-engineering/6994/a-spatio-temporal-model-for-massive-analysis-of-shapefiles/dr-prabha-shreeraj-nair
Traditional Infrastructure vs. Firebase Infrastructure published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mayuri Chandakant Wadkar | Priyanka Patangrao Patil The purpose of this study is to introduce everyone with the amazing features of Firebase that can be useful to rocket boost an Application. Traditionally to get best out of an app we need a huge, expensive, bulky methods or code to be used or implemented, long process of testing which consist of a server and large amount of complex codes, third party APIs and even dedicated teams. This takes customer and developer quite far from their destiny of having an application which would be reliable, bug-free and sustainable in long run. Googles Firebase Provides such an extraordinary aid to developers/ customers which cant be possible to think of, from traditional infrastructure. This article focuses on digging into an Amazing product named Googles Firebase and its various features such as Cloud Messaging, Authentication, Storage, Realtime Database and few more. Mayuri Chandakant Wadkar | Priyanka Patangrao Patil"Traditional Infrastructure vs. Firebase Infrastructure" 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/ijtsrd14550.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/-/14550/traditional-infrastructure-vs-firebase-infrastructure/mayuri-chandakant-wadkar
D. Caracostea, Aspectul Psihologic al Războiului, ediție revăzută, studiu introductiv, note și bibliografie de Eugenia Bârlea [The Psychological Aspect of War, introductive study, notes and bibliography by Eugenia Bârlea], Editura Universității Alexandru Ioan Cuza, Iași, 2015, 281 p. published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Alexandru Ionicescu What started as a course held at the Staff College between 1919- 1921, the paperwork signed by D. Caracostea is an innovative transformation example of the post-war trauma into an ample explanation of the role, the nature and relevance of the pschological aspect in the breakdown and rebirth of the 1916-1917 years. By entering the First World War alongside the Triple Entente and against the Central Powers, Romania’s population manifested an intense enthusiasm doubled by some small victories, but which were sadly followed by a series of disastrous defeats. The ampleness and immediate war consequences have forced the Romanian Government, The Royal House, The Army and most of the administrative structures to retreat to Moldova, the place in which high hopes were invested for a moral and psychological recovery of the soldiers.
MEDICINAL IMPORTANCE OF CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rashmi Mishra* Antimicrobial property of Cinnamomum Zeylanicum has been studied against different diseses causing organism.Its leaf as well as the bark has antimicrobial properties in their oils .In the research study bark oil was found to be more effective.
High-Efficiency Switched-Capacitor-Based Resonant Converter Fed Dc Drive published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
C.Pratheeba*, G.Praveen Santhosh Kumar **& A.Karthikeyani*** This paper presents operating performance of a switched-capacitor-based resonant converter (SCRC) using a phase-shift control method. The proposed phase-shift control realizes zero-voltage switching operation, and thus achieves high conversion efficiency. A theoretical analysis shows that the SCRC can reduce its inductor
Annealing Effect on The Structural and Optical Properties of CuS Thin Film Prepared By Chemical Bath Deposition (CBD) published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Adel H. Omran Al-khayatt, Mustafa D. Jaafer Abstract Thin films of copper sulfide (CuS) with various molarities values of Cu concentrations (0.2,0.3,0.4)M have been prepared by Chemical Bath Deposition Technique on glass slides substrate at room temperature . The prepared films with different ion concentrations were annealed in air at constant temperature 400 C and constant time (180) min .Structural and optical properties of CuS thin films were investigated and analyzed extensively before and after annealing . The structure of the prepared films has been found with amorphous structure at different Cu ion concentrations , annealed CuS films also showed amorphous structure. The optical properties of CuS thin films has been studied by transmittance and absorbance spectral in the range of wave length (190-1100)nm by using UV- Vis. spectrophotometer. Transmittance decreased with increasing the Cu ion concentrations of CuS films, also the transmittance increased with annealing process for (CuS) thin films. The fundamental absorption edge of (CuS) thin films shifted to word the lowest photon energies with increasing the Cu ions concentrations before and after annealing. From the absorption coefficient values which calculated from the absorbance spectrum which is larger than 10-4cm-1 gives an indicate that CuS films were direct semiconductors and the electronic transition was a direct transition. The optical energy gap values of CuS thin films for allowed direct transition found vary in the range between (2.433-2.526) eV with (0.2- 0.4 M) Cu ions concentration and in the range of (2.416-2.349) eV for the same concentrations after annealing. The optical constant such as reflectance ( R ), absorption coefficient (?), refractive index (n) and extinction coefficient (K) were evaluated and analyzed .
Morbidities and its relationship with disability and psychological wellbeing among elderly in Varanasi District published in

The Journal of Community Health Management

Published by Innovative Publication
Mohan Gupta, Kshitij Raj, SC Mohapatra Objective: To assess the pattern of morbidity, co-morbidity, and treatment-seeking behaviour among the elderly. To determine the relationship of specific medical and co-morbid conditions with disability and psychological well-being, and also morbidity with socio-demographic variables. Methods: This is across-sectional study, using a cluster sampling technique, with a sample of 200 subjects (elderly people over 60 years old) from the urban population of Varanasi City and the rural area of Harahua Block, Varanasi District. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to determine relationship between various socio-demographic variables and morbidity. Variables that were independently associated with morbidity and perceived health were analyzed. Results: Females and the rural elderly were found to have higher mean morbidity. Asthma, COAD, hypertension, osteoarthritis, gastro-intestinal tract disorders, anemia, eye, psychological and neurological problems were significantly associated with both disability and distress. Conclusion: More geriatric facilities need to be provided in hospitals and dispensaries. The oldest of the old should be provided free treatment and medicines. Family members need to be educated about the harms of the elder abuse.
EFFICACY OF ABHYANTAR CHIKITSA WITH STHANIK CHIKITSA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UTERINE FIBROID: A CASE STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*Vd. Paithankar (Joshi) Medha.D. and 2Vd. Deshmukh Jayashree S Over the few decades man has literally conquered the "Everest" of advanced Technology. However still the indicator of prosperity and happiness of any community is judged by its health index and not merely by its materialistic advancement. Furthermore the overall health index of any community is governed by the health of the women in that community, Thus special attention should be provided to maintain a healthy womanhood. But in daily medical practice varied problems are seen in woman like ? Irregular menstrual cycle. ? PCOS. ? PID. ? Uterine Fibroid. Among these varied problems Uterine Fibroid is not only the commonest benign tumour but also is the commonest benign solid tumour in female. Now a days due to life style modification the prevalence of fibroid is getting more. It has been estimated that at least 20% of women at the age of 30 have got fibroid in their wombs. Fortunately most of them remain asymptomatic. But those are symptomatic they need special attention because they hamper daily activity of the woman. The prevalence is highest between 35-45years. Acording to Ayurveda Uterine Fibroid is considered as Garbhashayasthit Arbud and due to an imbalance of Dosha. This disorder involving Kapha, Meda.,Mamsa, Ambuvasotas etc. is due to Kapha,Meda blocking Vata and Pitta hence movement is obstructed and transforming process suppress. Ayurveda suggests it as apangat disorder that is involving vatadosha because gynecological disorder are mainly due to vatadosha. In Ayurveda Acharya Sushrut mentioned Arbuda having some resemblance with symptoms of Fibroid in Nidansthan11 Adhyay. To overcome this problem ayurveda suggests the very effective treatment. A 48 years old patient came in OPD of Streerog Prastutitantra Department on 13-8-2014 having complaint continous heavy menstrual bleeding from 2 months.USG dated showed INTRAMURAL FIBROID of size 30*27*25mm. she was treated by ayurvedic line of treatment i.e. Deepan Pachan Matrabasti and Utter basti and got result. Hence presented a case.
Virtualization in Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Arun Prasath. M | Mrs. T. Sathiyabama Virtualization and virtual situations are major basics for files input in cloud adding. It is assistances for together the visitor user and the worker while it provides the first with the features needed to execute his demand, it gives the second the capacity to be cover different guests with no extra cost. The essential component in a virtual design is called hypervisor, having extra-privileges, which makes it able to play major role of dealing the input of data and funds. This hypervisor has many advantages regarding the cost, the simplicity of performance, the availability. But in the other hand, the major character played by this group makes it the faultless target for mean users targeting to attack the near system. Arun Prasath. M | Mrs. T. Sathiyabama "Virtualization in Cloud Computing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18665.pdf
Dairy Farm Waste Management; An Approach For River Water Restoration, Environment Improvement and Waste to Energy Generation, in Delhi, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dilip K. Sharma, Uma Bhargav, Fengting Li During a study to abate the environmental pollution load and improve the water quality of the river Yamuna in Delhi, India, a major component Dairy Farm Waste had been recognized as one of the prominent source of wastewater pollution and solid waste discharge. Cattle excreta was discharged and dumped from authorized dairy farms and has emerged to be one of the major non- point source of water pollution and point source for land pollution in Delhi. The estimated biogas emission from dairy farm waste was 42222 m3/day (approx.), leading to hazardous environmental impacts. According to the current findings, electricity generation of 3.7 MW (approx.) can be achieved by utilizing the available technical cattle excreta, which have 32034 m3 (approx.) of biogas generation potential per day. The study represents policy implications and other major findings/ data obtained by commencing survey, laboratory analysis, and site observations during planning of Dairy Farm Waste Management.
ICICI Bank and Services for Society published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Pushpa Suryavanshi Services give us more satisfaction for our life, these are visible or not visible but its provide those satisfaction do not give us more money. In this condition for satisfaction and complete our ambitions banking play an important role for our society and it is a most important institution for our society. The sector plays an important role in economic development of a country. It is a pillar for any strong nation economy. An efficient banking system is recognized as the prime requirement for the overall progress of any nation. The banking system of India is featured by the large network of bank branches, providing more services not only customers but to the nation also. Banks are most important institutions for our financial and non-financial requirements. Actually bank provides more facilities for our life. In India networking of bank branches are very large. According to Narsimham committee œPrivate sector bank should be allowed to be established in India these new private sector banks will complement the overall financial sector reforms. ICICI bank is most popular and second largest bank in private sector. ICICI Bank services provided and cooperated with peoples for his necessity or needs. It is a private bank, so this study based on the various types of services provided by ICICI Bank with private sector comparatively government sectors banks and in this time private banks are very powerful and they give strongly highly facilities and services with competition for government banks. Dr. Pushpa Suryavanshi"ICICI Bank and Services for Society" 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/ijtsrd9411.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/9411/icici-bank-and-services-for-society/dr-pushpa-suryavanshi
Intraoperative Radiography for Assessment of Clearance during Surgical Resection of Jaws published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Manish Kumar Bhagania,Dr. Abhay Taranath Kamath,Dr. Srikanth G.,Dr. Anukool Choube,Dr. Neha Sharma,Dr. Prem Sasikumar Aims: Jaws are seldom affected by pathologies which require resection for comprehensive management to ensure clearance and minimise recurrence. This paper highlights the importance of intra operative radiography in determining adequate margins during surgery. Methods: Ten patients were operated for surgical resection of jaws wherein the resected specimens were subjected to radiography for evaluating the adequacy of clear margins which was later sent for histopathology. Patients were followed up for least three years. Results: Intra operative radiograph revealed adequate clearance which was confirmed by histopathology. The follow up period was free of any disease thereof. Conclusion: Intra operative radiography is a helpful tool during surgical resection of pathologies afflicting the jaws. It proves to be a very economical, low hazard and a quick means to assist the operating surgeons in assessing the clearance of the margins.
Giant Juvenile Fibroadenoma of the Breast A Case Report published in

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Prof. J. Muthukumaran, Prof. N. Krishnan, Dr. S. Vivek Palpable breast masses in young patients are uncommon, generally they are benign and mostly fibroadenoma is considered. An eleven year old pre pubertal girl with unilateral breast enlargement was diagnosed as giant juvenile fibroadenoma which was later confirmed by histopathology. We present this case to highlight the approach and management.
Current Scenario of Health Insurance in India: A Study Comprising Various Challenges and Measures for IT published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kunuma Das While considering the all-round development of a nation, health of its citizens is an inevitable part. But in many case it is seen that, especially in low income countries, people have to suffer a lot while accessing healthcare services. Out of pocket expenses for getting healthcare services make people vulnerable. In such a scenario, health insurance can be a very important mechanism for healthcare financing. Especially in a country like India where Government spends only 1.4% of GDP in healthcare, an efficient health insurance system is of dire necessity. In India, Health insurance is not as famous as life insurance. Although, health insurance penetration is growing but, still only less than one-fifth of Indias population are covered with any kind of Insurance coverage. Health Insurance market faces many challenges including adverse selection, moral hazard, low awareness, lack of responsible authorities, etc. which really discourages the performance of health insurance in India. This paper mainly tries to give an overview of the health insurance system in India along with the problems and challenges faced by it. Kunuma Das"Current Scenario of Health Insurance in India: A Study Comprising Various Challenges and Measures for IT" 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/ijtsrd9658.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/other/9658/current-scenario-of-health-insurance-in-india-a-study-comprising-various-challenges-and-measures-for-it/kunuma-das
Seismic response evaluation of substation equipment published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Panneer Selvam R, Nampoothiri A N N and Ramesh Babu R Electrical and telecommunication facilities are observed from the past earthquake data, as seismically weak and prone to service failure due to suddenly applied seismic loads. Among them substation equipment are the most vulnerable ones. A need for reliability of electrical equipment against vibrational hazards due to earthquakes has become prime importance. In order to meet the basic requirements regarding seismic qualification of equipment and thereby to ensure reliable power transmission, Earthquake engineering laboratory capable of performing a diverse range of seismic qualification requirements on equipment, sub-assemblies and components as per National and International standards has been established at CPRI, Bangalore. Seismic qualification of few equipment carried out are presented
A STUDY ON COMMODITY AS AN INVESTMENT AVENUE IN AHMEDABAD CITY published in

THINK DIFFERENT INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL

Published by MAATRUSHREE FOUNDATION
1) Prof. Hiral Desai, 2) Prof. Mitesh Patel A commodity is a basic good used in commerce that is interchangeable with other commodities of the same type; commodities are most often used as inputs in the production of other goods or services. India is among top 5 producers of most of the Commodities, in addition to being a major consumer of bullion and energy products. The financing of domestically developed technologies in general and those developed by the new generation of entrepreneur has always been a problem in both developed and developing countries. In India, since independence, a number of financial institutions have emerged to cater to the needs of the industrial entrepreneurs and these have mainly remained as debt providing organizations. The main objective behind this research is to identify the investment pattern of Ahmedabad Investors for commodity market. This survey is carrying out through personal interview of the respondents.The study basically a descriptive in nature. It seeks to ascertain certain magnitudes like investment behavior of investors in commodity market. We are taking 200 investor‘s as a sample for our study. We are using Non-probability convenience sampling for our research. We used mean score, chi square analysis and ANOVA for our study.
Duplication Based Simulated Annealing Algorithm For Multiprocessor Task Scheduling : An Overview published in

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Supriya Arya, Sunita Dhingra Task scheduling and mapping to the processors is one of the critical problem in parallel computing. Due to NPhard nature of the problem, a large number of related work relies on heuristic approaches to find the best solution in reasonable amount of time. But due to its problem specific nature, this approach may not be proven good for other problems. So, the metaheuristic approach is chosen to find the optimal solution for general problems. Borrowing the respective advantages of these two approaches an effective hybrid approach can be formed .In Hybrid approach, the disadvantages of one approach can be overcome by the advantage of other approach. The review of the heuristic , metaheuristic approach and the possible combination of these approaches i.e. hybrid approach is discussed in the paper.
Studying the Possibilities of Using of Essential oils in Dairy Products. 2. Caraway (Carum carvi L) published in

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Iliana Kostova, Radka Vlaseva, Mihaela Ivanova, Stanka Damyanova, Nastia Ivanova, Albena Stoyanova The possibility of using of the essential oil of caraway (Carum carvi L.) in dairy products has been studied. The composition, antimicrobial properties and its effect on the microorganisms of starter cultures for dairy products has been studied. It was found that it exhibits antimicrobial activity, but does not inhibit the development of the lactic acid bacteria in dairy starter cultures. The essential oil of caraway is a suitable natural addition to dairy products.
Tools used to measure the socio-economic performance of Cooperative Societies published in

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Sukumar Paitandi Mutual understanding among the members is the capital for any cooperative society. Co-operators rely in the values of honesty, openness and social responsibility. The primary motive behind promoting a cooperative society is to render the services to its members as well as to the public in general. Cooperative societies have immense importance in national economy of any country. They play a very pivotal role in fund generation and manpower development. Development in cooperative sector directly affects overall socio-economic development of any country. Proper financial planning and management are the primary necessity for successful operation of any cooperative. This study tries to find out those financial tools which are very useful to measure the socio-economic performance of the cooperative societies.
Image De-Noising Using Modified Bayes Algorithm published in

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Amritpal Singh, Ekambir Sidhu Ultrasound images are tainted with speckle noise. Lately the wavelet transform has been drawing much devotion used for image denoising. Image de-noising still remains a challenge for researchers because noise removal introduces artifacts and causes blurring of the images. The research work in this paper comprises of developing a modified bayes thresholding which yields enhanced performance both in visual effects and SNR measurements when compared with conventional bayes while retaining background information. Simulated results show that the proposed bayes thresholding exhibits much better response to remove Speckle noise
Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Effects of Alcohol Consumption Among Adolescent College Students in Pune City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sherin D. C. Raj, Col. Dr. Jayalakshmi N This descriptive study aimed at understanding the knowledge and attitude regarding effects of alcohol consumption in adolescent college. The sample consisted of 60 students in the age group of 18-19 years. The tool consisted of three sections, such as: Section-I: Demographic variables, Section-II: questionnaire to assess structured knowledge and Section-III: Likerts scale to assess the attitude. Results revealed that more than half (55%) of the adolescents had average knowledge (score 8-14) and 45% of them had poor knowledge (score 0-7) regarding the effects of alcohol. More than half (51.7%) of the adolescents had most favorable attitude (score 69-84), 33.3% of them had favorable attitude (score 53-68), 10% of them had utmost favorable attitude and 5% of them had least favorable (score 37-52) regarding the effects of alcohol consumption.
Cooperativas populares de reciclagem: o caso da cooperativa de catadores de material reciclvel de Ribeiro Preto published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Daielly Melina Nassif Mantovani & Maria Flavia Barbosa Leite The social cooperatives, in view of supportive economy, are pointed as a necessity to social inclusion of many marginalized employees in the work market and society. Thisarticlepresentsthe case oftheRecycling Material Cooperativefrom Ribeiro Preto (Cooperativa dos Catadores de Material Reciclvel de Ribeiro Preto). The cooperative, in partner with a non-governmental organization (Casa das Mangueiras) tries to improve the social conditions of the employees and their fair social inclusion. This study used a qualitative approach and presents a single case analysis. The results show that the whole performance of these organizations, using the social cooperative principles, mutual help and training, promotes real improves in social conditions of these people and in the acceptation and recognition of their profession in society. Keywords: Social cooperatives; Supportive economy; Local development; Social reform; Recycling.
The Challenge Treatment of Medication Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw: A Case Report published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
M Rodrguez Snchez1*, Bassi AP2, Carvalho PS3 Bisphosphonates toxicological effect on alveolar bone could be associated to medication related osteonecrosis of the jaw. (MRONJ) Oral surgical procedures as; tooth extractions, implants placements or trauma are suggested risk factors. The aim of this paper is to describe a case of MRONJ and recurrence after the first right mandibular molar extraction. A 54 years old man was referred to the Department of Surgery and Integrated Clinic of Aracatuba Dental School, Univ. Estadual Paulista- UNESP with a medical history of myeloma multiple and treated with zoledronic acid during 3 years. Her dental history consisted of a mandibular molar extraction 3 years after having finished zoledronic acid intake. After the dental extraction the patient developed a clinical features of MRONJ that was treated with antibiotics, sequestrectomy, hyperbaric oxygen, with apparently total resolution for about five month. The post-operative 6th month the patient complained of recurrent pain, exudates and swelling. Antibiotic were prescribed in addition to surgical debridement. Even though mucosal coverage was achieved during the second surgical procedures, healing occurred without signs of infection but without complete gingival coverage until the second year postoperative. MRONJ is a challenge complication and there is not a gold standard treatment.
Interleukin-22 (IL-22) Gingival Gene Expression and GCF Concentration in Periodontal Health and Disease published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Amini Behbahani A1, Sattari M2*, Mofid R3, Ganji A4 IL-22 is a cytokine that is assumed to improve anti-microbial defense of epidermal and epithelial cells and the cells of gastrointestinal and respiratory systems. With respect to absence of enough relevant articles in this regard the aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between IL-22 gene expression in gingival tissues as well as its concentration in GCF and periodontal diseases. Gingival samples obtained from 60 patients of three different groups (healthy, gingivitis and chronic periodontitis) and used for evaluation. Expression of IL-22 mRNA was measured by Real-time PCR and its concentration in GCF was determined by ELISA. In none of the tissue samples, mRNA of IL-22 was detected; However IL-22 concentration was significantly higher in periodontitis in comparison to other groups and in gingivitis was higher than the normal gingiva. There was no relationship between concentration of IL-22 in GCF and the extent and severity of chronic periodontitis. With respect to the results of this study, probable systemic production of IL-22 in response to periodontopathic bacteria is suspected and it is assumed to counteract with LPS of these bacteria and protect periodontal tissues against adverse effects that results from stimulation of different cells and molecules of immune system by LPS.
STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF MOBILE ADHOC NETWORKS IN ROUTING PROTOCOLS USING WSNs published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sachin Kumar Vishnoi * , Anurag Chandna The vision of ubiquitous computing requires the development of devices and technologies, which can be pervasive without being intrusive. The basic components of such a smart environment will be small nodes with sensing and wireless communications capabilities, able to organize flexibly into a network for data collection and delivery. The constant improvements in digital circuit technology, has made the deployment of such small, inexpensive, lowpower, distributed devices, which are capable of information gathering, processing, and communication in miniature packaging, a reality. Realizing such a network presents very significant challenges, especially at the protocol and software level. Major steps forward are required in the field of communications protocol, data processing, and application support. Although sensor nodes will be equipped with a power supply (battery) and embedded processor that makes them autonomous and self-aware, their functionality and capabilities will be very limited. The resource limitations of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), especially in terms of energy, require novel and collaborative approach for the wireless communication. Therefore, collaboration between nodes is essential to deliver smart services in a ubiquitous setting. Current research in this area generally assumes a rather static network, leading to strong performance degradation in a dynamic environment. In this thesis we investigate new algorithms for routing in dynamic wireless environment and evaluate their feasibility through experimentation. These algorithms will be key for building self-organizing and collaborative sensor networks that show emergent behaviour and can operate in a challenging environment where nodes move, fail and energy is a limited resource.
FEATURE SELECTION AND CLASSIFICATION TECHNIQUES IN DATA MINING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S.Sabeena*, G.Priyadharshini Data mining is the process of analyzing data from different perspectives and summarizing it into useful information. Feature selection is one of the important techniques in data mining. It is used for selectin g the relevant features and removes the redundant features in dataset. Classification is a technique used for discovering classes of unknown data. Classification task leads to reduction of the dimensionality of feature space, feature selection process is u sed for selecting large set of features. This paper proposed various feature selection methods
Study on the Properties of Self Cleaning Concrete Using Titanium Dioxide published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. S. U. Kannan | Jebin Raj | Jerom Antony | Manoj | Mujahid Concrete is the most widely used construction materials for building technology. However, cement production releases high amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) to the atmosphere that leads to increasing the global warming. The concrete materials also have been developed to be functioned as self-cleaning construction materials. The self-cleaning properties of the concrete are induced by introducing the photo catalytic materials such as titania (TiO2) and zinc oxide (Zn O). Self-cleaning concrete that contains those photo catalysts will be energized by ultraviolet (UV) radiation and accelerates the decomposition of organic particulates. Thus, the cleanliness of the building surfaces can be maintained and the air surrounding air pollution can be reduced. In this paper a brief study has been carried out on the properties of self cleaning concrete using Titanium dioxide. The decolourization and oxidation effect are studied using Rhoda mine dye and nitrogen dioxide respectively. Dr. S. U. Kannan | Jebin Raj | Jerom Antony | Manoj | Mujahid"Study on the Properties of Self Cleaning Concrete Using Titanium Dioxide" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17016.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/17016/study-on-the-properties-of-self-cleaning-concrete-using-titanium-dioxide/dr-s-u-kannan
A comparative study to determine the nature of the eye lens protein in the two types of birds Iraqi published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Mohammed A. Gali Shaimaa A. Abid The study showed significant differences between the average weight lens and the average amount protein in the lens between that Kestrel Falco tinnunculus L. and the Collared Dove Streptopelia decaocto F. , also the study electrical migration of lens proteins having one bundle of crystalline ? in Kestrel compared with three bundles in Collared Dove, two bundles of crystalline ? in both , and crystalline ? appeared as one bundle in both birds.
Adsorption of Iron from Aqueous solution using Almond shell as adsorbent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. G. Anusha, Dr. J. Raja Murugadoss Iron is normally found in spent pickle and from plating shops, steel mills, foundries, chemical milling, and wire drawing operations. It is also found in ground water. Iron in water is normally found in the ferrous state. Next to hardness, the presence of iron is probably the most common water problem faced by consumers and water treatment professionals. The secondary maximum contaminant levels (MCL) for Iron is 0.3mg/l. Iron may cause conjunctivitis, choroiditis, and retinitis if it contacts and remains in the tissues. Hence to remove iron from water, a batch study has been conducted by adsorption process using activated carbon prepared from almond shell as adsorbent and the removal efficiency was found by varying the parameters such as dosage, time, pH and concentration. The removal efficiency was found to be more than 89%.This experimental study has been carried out to develop an economical method of iron removal, so that even small industries can adopt this method for their wastewater treatment and hence they can prevent the polluted water entering the stream.
Agricultural Sector in District Anantnag of J&K: A Shift from Producer to Consumer published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Syed Damsaz Ali Andrabi | Dr. Mohd. Yousuf Bhat The district Anantnag right from its inception is known as the major supplier of agricultural produce, because major portion of population of the district comprised of rural areas and were involved in agricultural activities as their main source of income. The non-seriousness of authorities has forced the agricultural section of society to look for some other options. Within a short span of time rice and maize the major crops were replaced by fruit and willow plantation at a larger scale. This shift to new plantation has proved very beneficial as compared to other crops. Kashmiri apple has become very popular throughout the country. Its high demand has really opened the new ways of development. Similarly the willow cricket bats of Kashmir have earned the world reputation. The new module to a certain extent has revived the trade links of Kashmir. One the one hand it has proved to be fruitful business but on the other it has started to bring miseries in shortage of food and very soon people have to face the severe crisis of food. The food at present is procured from other parts of country. During earlier times people were producers, but at present they have become consumers. The authorities have never tried to improve the quality of main crops of valley that resulted in its decline. Dr. Syed Damsaz Ali Andrabi | Dr. Mohd. Yousuf Bhat"Agricultural Sector in District Anantnag of J&K: A Shift from Producer to Consumer" 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/ijtsrd2218.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/2218/agricultural-sector-in-district-anantnag-of-jandk-a-shift-from-producer-to-consumer/dr-syed-damsaz-ali-andrabi
An Interstate Comparison of Budgeted Expenditure on Education in India published in

Published by
Dr. Kinjal V. Ahir Education is on the concurrent list, yet largely State governments shoulder bigger responsibility by expenditure on education than Centre. The current research paper analyses the interstate comparison of budgeted expenditure on education between states to identify the states that incur maximum expenditure on education and its various sectors. Comparisons are made across plan and non-plan expenditure and on capital and revenue account. Interstate comparisons of expenditure on education across various sectors of education like elementary, secondary, technical and higher education had been done. The expenditure incurred on capital account and loans and advances were meager compared to those on revenue account. It was largely found that states like Maharashtra Uttar Pradesh, and Andhra Pradesh largely incurred more expenditure on education on revenue account across plan and non-plan expenditures and non-plan expenditure in particular with variations in the sequence. Also across various sectors these states largely incurred higher expenditure on education than other states.
Profile of artisans of Rajasthani miniature paintings published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MEENU SRIVASTAVA AND RUPALI RAJVANSHI The present exploratory study was carried out in Rajasthan as the origin of miniature paintings is rooted in the history of Rajasthan, a land known for its artistry. Miniature paintings have very essence of Rajasthan. Relaying the folklores through its art work, it is instrumental in uploading the Rajasthani culture to the outside world. The numerous invasions in Rajasthan have left a mark on its history and culture which is reflected in its miniature paintings.Miniature paintings, as a result, have been divided into various forms of school i.e. Mewar, Marwar, Bundi, Kota, Jaipur, Kishangarh and Bikaner. The tradition of miniature paintings was carried forward by the painters of different Rajasthani schools of painting. The present study was purposively conducted in Rajasthan to study the profile of artisans of miniature paintings. Thirty artisans taking five from each of seven schools of miniature painting were selected.
Orthopedic Treatment of Maxillary Expansion: A Review of the Literature published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Sylvia Ng#, Minjie Li#, Yanqi Yang* Transverse maxillary deficiency, no matter in adolescents or in adults, is frequently seen in the patients seeking orthodontic treatment. The treatment goal of detaching the midpalatal suture can be achieved using an expansion device. In present article we give a review on various palatal expansion appliances and treatment protocol. A comprehensive search of the literatures was performed to observe the regime of different maxillary expansion appliances and therapies.
A Study on impact of instant Messaging Application in our day to day life published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
D. Hemamalini, V. T. Arun Instant messaging service is a kind of communication get its importance vibrantly in day to day life.IM is not only useful for business people it is too useful for a common man.It gets its importance because of its multi-dimensional usage and easy asscessiablity. Every advantage has a disadvantage too. In this study the researcher measures the attitude attribute of the users and its impact in their day to day life.
FPGA Implementation of Scalable Encryption Algorithm Using Veriloghdl With Xilinx Spartan-3 published in

Published by
Mr. K. Ashokkumar, Mr. G. Senthilkumar, Mrs. S. Poonguzhali Initially SEA is designed for software implementations in controllers, smart cards, or processors. In this Paper we proposed a system that investigates its performances in recent field-programmable gate array (FPGA) devices. The present symmetric encryption algorithms result from a tradeoff between implementation cost and resulting performances. The proposed system is applicable where there are limited processing resources with high throughput requirements. For this purpose, we propose a SEA loop Architecture with Behavior model (VerlogHDL) coding. So the number of logic gates required is very less when compared with Gate level model. Because of less number of logic gates, time taken to execute the loop architecture is less. So we are achieving a faster execution time (Frequency in MHZ). The proposed design is parametric in the key and word size, provably secure against linear or differential cryptanalysis. Beyond its low cost performances, a significant advantage of the proposed architecture is its full flexibility for any parameter of the scalable encryption algorithm, taking advantage of generic VerlogHDL coding with Xilinx Spartan 3 - 3s400ft256-5
S OLUTION FOR FUZZY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS USING FOURTH ORDER RUNGE - KUTTA MET HOD WITH EMBEDDED HARMONIC MEAN ` published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D.Paul Dhayabaran In this paper, an attempt has been made to determine a numerical solution for the first order fuzzy differential equations by using fourth order Runge - kutta embedded harmonic mean. The accuracy and applicability of the proposed method is illustrated by so lving a fuzzy initial value problem with triangular fuzzy number.
Methods of Determination Viscosity Index for Sunflower oils published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ioana Stanciu In this article we presented viscosity index for sunflower oil using three method. Viscosity index are calculated from the measured viscosity at 40 and 100oC according to ASTM D 2270, using program VI and graphical method from ASTM D 341. The viscosity-temperature coefficients for sunflower oil were calculated from the measured viscosity at 40 and 100oC.
Growth Impairment and Dental Caries in Thalassemia Major Patiens published in

Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology

Published by Innovative Publication
Manali Arora, SM Nayeemuddin, Surajit Ghatak, Brijendra Singh Background: The aim of present study was to determine whether beta-thalassemia major is associated with an increased risk of growth retardation and dental caries. Methods: Anthropometric measurement were used to study the physical growth of 50 thalassemic patients and compared with 50 age- matched healthy controls from Jodhpur district of Rajasthan. DMFT and DMFS scores were also measured and compared with age- matched controls. Results: Both thalassemic diseases of male and female patients were shown to have statistically significant lower height, weight, body mass index, mid arm circumference, chest circumference and head circumference (but not height and head circumference in age group 2-10years) as compared to normal patients with comparable sex and ages. A highly significant difference was observed when all anthropometric parameters of thalassemic males and healthy males were compared but a non-significant difference was seen between thalassemic females and healthy females of control group. Dental caries were significantly higher in thalassemics.
An Analysis of Satisfaction Level of the Beneficiaries on Availing Services of ESIC Dispensaries in Assam published in

Published by
Sri Bidyut Bikash Baishya,Dr. Ratan Borman The Government of India, as a social security measure, had formulated the ESI Act of 1948 being first social insurance measures in India providing protection against certain health related eventualities that workers are generally exposed to, such as sickness, maternity, temporary or permanent disablement, occupational disease or death due to employment injury, resulting in loss of wages or earning capacity- total or partial. The ESI Corporation was set up by the Government of India on 24th February 1952 to administer and execute the Scheme of Employees State Insurance. Under the ESI Scheme, the Corporation provides the medical benefit to the insured persons and their dependents in the form of medical care. All insured persons and their dependents are entitled to free, full and comprehensive medical care under the ESI Scheme. Whereas, the primary, outpatient, inpatient and specialist services are provided through a network of ESI dispensaries and hospitals. Super specialty services are provided through a large number of empanelled medical institutions on referral basis. Therefore, this paper examines the effectiveness of the benefits provided to the insured persons regarding their satisfaction level in the facilities provided in the ESI dispensaries.

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