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PHYSICO CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT VESSEL CLEANING EMULSIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.D.Gopala Krishna*, Suhaila Haribalhadhrami and Suad Albalushi This project was carried out to evaluate and detect some parameters of Vessels cleaning solutions. In this project we determined pH, electrical conductivity, and elemental analysis like Sodium, moisture content, lather volume, viscosity, bulk density and ash. The results that found in this project when tested in three different samples of vessels cleaning solutions, samples (1) Fairy, sample (2) Bahar and third one Site, the first experiment determination of pH sample (1) 8.32, sample (2) 8.03 sample (3) 7.80. Second experiment determination of electrical conductivity sample (1) 11792.5, sample (2) 13274 and sample (3) 12998, third experiment detect of viscosity, Bahar has a highest volume (1670) than another sample. Site has highest volume of bulk density and ash (1.03181 g/ml) (12.1%).All the samples has a good mount of sodium. Fairy has highest lather volume is good to pass through the dish to clean it and its work to reduction of surface tension and increase the solubility of fat and dirt. Last experiment determination of moisture content, all samples have good amount of moisture close to each other.
Ethical and Unethical Activities in Business (Conceptual Study) published in

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Anbalagan Heroji Business ethics is the study of rightness and weakness of the acts that involved in the production & exchanges of goods and services. It is a set of moral principles and rules of conduct applied to business. Every organization including small industries also helps in countrys growth. Business ethics are moral values and principles that determine our conduct in the business world. It refers to the commercial activities, either with other business houses or with a single customer. They can be applied to all aspects of business; from generation of an idea to its sale. Business use the society for its resources and functioning, thereby obligating it to the welfare of the society. Many organizations now implement the code of ethics in their company polices, which they implement during induction and regular training. A Code of Ethics "is generally a more blanket statement of values and beliefs that defines the organization or group" Ethical activities create good will to the organization. It includes Investors, Employees, Customers, Competition, Government etc; The lack of business ethics in the market, is the reason the world economy is presently in crisis. Unethical activities include monopoly, tax evasion, destroying competitors etc. will affect business environment. We should overcome these unethical behaviors by giving proper ethical trainings to the employees.
Marketing of Retail Banking Services: - A Comparative Study between Public and Private Sector Banking in Karnataka published in

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Dr. M. Kumaraswamy, Nayan . J Retail banking services in the banking sector are crucial from various aspects. The factors inducing consolidation include technical progress, excess retention capacity, emerging opportunities and deregulation of geographic, functional and other restrictions. The banks are to be made more effective and comparable with private and foreign banks, they need to be more capitalized, automated and technology oriented in addition to strengthening their internal operations and marketing their Retail banking services. Public sector banks facing stiff competition first from intra branch banks i.e., among the same bank branches in the geographical area, interbank competition from the other public sector banks, open competition from co-operate and private banks and global competition from the foreign banks. . This situation has made retail banking (Non fund based services) a desperate search for a survival strategy. The public sector banks are incapable to compete with leading private banks such as ICICI bank, HSBC bank, Axis banks in retail banking. The problems of public sector banks withered away the solvency and liquidity position of the banks. The economic reforms guided the public sector to equip to meet all the challenges of the globalised scenario, failing which, privatization is unavoidable Economic liberalization could provide disinvestment. Marketing of Retail banking has become inevitable in Indian banking industry as well. State Bank of India which is considered to be number two in Indian banking can be empowered on all fronts provided the mergers of associate banks with State Bank of India takes of
Detection of DNA Damage Using Comet Assay Image Analysis published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
Vijay Patil, Mayur Ingale, Pravin Dhulekar and Yogesh Gaikwad Reactive species such as free radicals are constantly produced in vivo and DNA is the very important target of oxidative stress. Oxidative DNA damage is considered as a predictive biomarker to monitor the risk of development of many diseases. The comet assay is widely used for specifying oxidative DNA damage at a single cell level. The analysis of comet assay output images, however, poses considerable challenges. The comet assay, also known as single-cell gel electrophoresis (SCGE), is a simple, sensitive and reliable method for studying DNA damage caused by physical and chemical agents. So the comet assay is a well-established, simple, versatile, visual, rapid, and sensitive method used extensively to assess DNA damage quantitatively and qualitatively at single cell level. The comet assay is most frequently used to analyze white blood cells or lymphocytes in human bio monitoring studies. So through the analysis of comet assay image we can detect edge of damaged DNA comet isolating it from undamaged DNA.
Metabolism Of L929 Cells After Contact With Acrylic Resins. Part 2: Soft Relines - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Jorge JH*, Silva CRC, Pavarina AC, Amaya MI, Masetti P, Pellissari CV Objective: The aim of this study was evaluating the cytotoxicity of resilient relining materials used in Brazil, according to the time of water storage and heat treatment. Material and Methods: The specimens were made measuring 14 mm in diameter and 1.2 mm thick. Twelve samples of each material were prepared and divided into four groups (n = 3): Group 1: assessment of cytotoxicity immediately after the samples making; Group 2: assessment of cytotoxicity after storage of the samples in distilled water at 37 C for 24 hours; Group 3: assessment of cytotoxicity after storage of the samples in distilled water at 37 C for 48 hours; Group 4: cytotoxicity after soaking the samples in water at 55 C for 10 minutes. To prepare the extracts, 3 samples of each group were placed into vials containing 3 mL of culture medium and stored at 37 C for 24 hours. L929 cells were used and the MTT test was performed. The results were subjected to two-factor factorial analysis of variance (ANOVA) at the level of 5% significance. In addition, the materials were classified according to the cytotoxic effect: non-cytotoxic, slightly cytotoxic, moderately cytotoxic, and strongly cytotoxic. Results: The Dentuflex reliner was considered slightly cytotoxic. The other resins, compared to the control group, were classified as non-cytotoxic. Storage in water for 24 or 48 hours did not affect the cytotoxicity of lining materials tested. Conclusion: The heat-treatment reduced the number of viable cells, and Soft Comfort and Dentuflex resins were classified as slightly and moderately cytotoxic, respectively.
Current approach to thyroid nodules: Review of “ATA 2015” and “AACE/ACE/AME 2016” guidelines published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Published by Mustafa Hasbahceci
Abdullah Şişik [1] , Fatih Başak [2] , Emin Köse [3] Thyroid nodules are detected in up to %50-60 of the healthy people in ultrasonic evaluations. Clinical importance of the thyroid nodules arises from their malign potential. There are guidelines from several different organizations to determine follow-up options and, if necessary, surgical treatment options for thyroid nodules. Among them, the guidelines created by ATA and AACE/ACE/AME are accepted in many centers of the world. This paper aims to present the current status of ultrasound and fine needle aspiration biopsy in thyroid nodules in the context of the literature according to the updated versions of these guidelines.
PERFORMANCE OF CO-AXIAL PROBE FED RECTANGULAR MICROSTRIP ANTENNA WITH RADOME THICKNESS AND DILECTRIC CONSTANTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. Saidulu* This paper presents the variation of some selected parameters of a co-axial probe fed rectangular microstrip antenna as a function of Radome thickness and dielectric constant. Better range of radome thickness at 2300MHz in S-Band is found to be 0.1-0.6 mm with superstrate dielectric constant of 2.2. To give a maximum VSWR of 3:1. The better range of superstrate (a) Dielectric constant is up to 5 at 0.1mm thickness. (b) Dielectric constant is up to 3 at 0.2-0.3mm thickness (c) Dielectric constant is up to 2 at 0.3-0.6mm thickness at a maximum VSWR of 3:1. Some characteristics of co-axial fed rectangular microstrip antenna as a function of dielectric constant and thickness of a radome have been evaluated using computer simulation using IE3D software from Zeland. The antenna characteristics are investigated includes frequency shift, VSWR variation, gain, beam widths in E &H- Planes respectively.
A Study of Dynamically Adaptive Architecture in Web Based Applications published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
P. Malar and Dr.V. Thiagarasu In recent years, the foremost of the progress area unit having issue to adapt the advanced policies and most of the approaches required customized workflow engines. This research work focuses on projecting a new changed Model-View-Controller (MVC) framework for imposing the advanced policies to dynamic workflows. The framework Model-Operations-View-Events (MOVE) is especially supported Model-View-Controller pattern that is employed to feature the dynamic sites. The controller element in MVC framework is spitted into 2 blocks namely Operations and Events owing to artifact too several codes into the controller in MVC pattern we tend to area unit going for improved MVC framework. The main aim is to style a progress processes as a template in abstract level. The progress language is employed to implement the logic and imposing any kind of policies. Additionally to the present we tend to area unit attending to value by suggests that of learning the confidentiality and it's used permits the application-specific adaptation work running instance
RESULTS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE UKRAINE STATE TAX SERVICE MODERNIZATION 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�
Voronkova Olena The article is dedicated to the actual scientific and applied problems of modern transformation of the Ukraine State Tax Service. The subject of the study is the results and perspectives of the Ukraine Tax Service modernization. The aim of this work is a complex analysis of the modernization results of the State Tax Service of Ukraine on the forming basis of the corresponding evaluation indicators and grounding the main directions of perspective modernization changes of the national tax authority. During research the actual state of the modernization of the tax service of Ukraine used calculation and analytical methods of observation, analysis and comparison. Methods of logic synthesis and extrapolation are used in grounding of the main directions of modernization changes of the national tax authority and the formulation of the relevant proposals. The essence, objectives and expected results for the Ukraine State Tax Service modernization are shown. The program content of the Ukraine State Tax Service modernization is revealed. The main directions of tax service development accordingly the Strategic plan for the Ukraine State Tax Service development for the period until 2013 are characterized. The indicators of success realization by the Strategic plan for the Ukraine State Tax Service development, which are both indicators of the progress realization by the modernization project, in terms of their content and calculation methods are estimated. The effectuations condition of the targets these indicators. The system of evaluation indicators of the tax service development and modernization are proposed and their factual values are analyzed in dynamics. The results of the Ukraine State Tax Service development and modernization are estimated on this basis. The main problems that slow business activity tax staff and reduce the efficiency of its operations, which also impeding the modernization transformation of the Ukraine Tax Service are defined by analyzing the results of tax employees polls within the internal monitoring. The basic directions of perspective modernization changes of the Ukraine State Tax Service are outlined and the relevant scientific and practical recommendations are formulated. These recommendations are offered to consider for creating a new Strategic plan of the Ukraine State Tax Service development, it had to become documentary basis for further modernization transformation of the national tax department.
AIDP associated with interferon ?2b treatment of chronic HCV infection-case report published in

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Dr. V. Venkata Ranga Reddy, Dr. Tamil Arasi, Dr. G. Mohan Reddy, Dr. Varra Lakshmi Interferon ?2b or ?2a plus Ribavirin is the standard treatment for all varieties of HCV related liver diseases.Duration of treatment varies depending upon the type of genotype and stage of liver disease.Patients on interferon treatment should be closely monitored with periodic clinical and laboratory evaluations.The side effects usually resolve after stopping treatment.
A Comparative Study of Open Versus Laparoscopic Appendisectomy on Postoperative Pain and Need for Analgesia published in

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Dr. Chirag Pereira, Dr. Rakesh Rai The introduction of laparoscopic surgery has dramatically changed the field of surgery. Several retrospective studies, several randomized trials and meta-analyses comparing laparoscopic with open appendectomy have provided conflicting results. Factors seen common with the 2 groups are that laparoscopic group takes longer to perform, is more costly, there is reduced duration of hospital stay, patient resumes oral diet quicker and there is less chances of post operative wound infection and intraabdominal infection. Constant factor that varied was the postoperative pain and need for analgesia. Hence, we conduct this study to compare postoperative pain and need for analgesia in open versus laproscopic appendisectomy.
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN RELATION TO VALUE CONFLICT OF ADOLESCENTS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Mehtab Singh,Ms. Dhanwinder Kaur The present study is designed to investigate parental involvement in relation to value conflict of adolescents. The descriptive method is used in the study. The sample size consist of 300 students of standard X, randomly selected from 179 govt. high and senior secondary school from Ferozepur District. The standardized tools viz. Par ental Involvement Scale (2007) by Rita Chopra and Surabala Sahoo and Value Conflict Scale (2001) by R.L Bhardwaj has been used for collecting data. Karl Pearsons correlation and t - test is used for analyzing the data. The major findings are: There is si gnificant relationship between home involvement and pragmatism vs idealism value conflict among adolescent boys, There is significant relationship between Parents Involvement through PTA and selfishness vs probity and home involvement and value conflict ha te vs love among adolescent girls. There is significant difference between correlation of involvement through PTA and dependence vs self - reliance value conflict among urban and rural adolescent boys. There is significant difference between correlation of h ome involvement, and evasion vs fortitude, dependence vs self - reliance, hate vs love and involvement through PTA and evasion vs fortitude among rural and urban adolescent girls.
Prevalence of Hiv Among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinics at a Tertiary Care Hospital in Central India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Priti Verma, Dr Pavan Pandey Background: The Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS (PPTCT) programme was launched in the country in the year 2002. Estimating the prevalence of HIV in pregnant women provides essential information about prevalence and trends about HIV in general population. Data thus generated is used for the monitoring of HIV spread across the country and for implementation of control programme. Methods: This is a cross-sectional study. Pregnant women who attended for first time at antenatal OPD were included in the study. HIV testing was done after taking written informed consent and as per NACO guideline. Results: Out of total4504 antenatal patients 3204 (71.12%) patient opted for HIV testing. Seroprevalence of HIV is found to be 0.24%. Most of antenatal mother were in age group 21-25 years (50.0%) and were primigravidas (62.5%). Conclusions: The seroprevalence of HIV infection in antenatal women is low.
Study on Bioactive Compounds Produced by Soil Origin Brevibacillus spp. published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
S. Seyed Gholizadeh, M. Baserisalehi and N. Bahador The purpose of this study was the evaluation of soil origin Brevibacillus for production of bioactive compounds. Nowadays bioactive compounds are considered the sources of new remedy in order to eliminate antibiotic-resistant bacteria. To perform the study, two strains of Brevibacillus with potent activity for production of bioactive compounds were isolated from 121 soil samples. Phenotypic and 16SrRNA sequencing identification of the isolates recognized them as Brevibacillus reuszeri (B12 bioactive compound producer) and Brevibacillus formosus (B22 bioactive compound producer). The bioactive compounds produced by the bacteria were partially purified and characterized based on their antimicrobial activities at various pHs and temperatures and proteinase K. Then, activity of the bioactive compounds was assessed against different pathogenic microorganisms. The results obtained indicated that activity of the compounds when treated with proteinase K was inhibited. The optimum pH for both the isolates was 7 and potent activity of the bioactive compound B12 was observed at 35C while for B22 was at 40C. Although, Bacillus cereus, Staphylococcua aureus, E. coli and Salmonella typhi were sensitive, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and fungi (Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger) were resistant to the both bioactive compounds. Therefore, Brevibacillus with potent activity for production of antimicrobial metabolites, and fast growth character may be considered as a good probiotic agent for commercial industries.
Prognostic Value of Human Chitinase 3-Like 1 in Adult Acute Myeloid Leukaemia published in

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Ashraf M. El Hefni, Asmaa H Esh, Huda F. Ebian Human Chitinase 3-like-1(YKL40) secreted by cancer cells, macrophages, and neutrophils, plays role in angiogenesis, differentiation and metastasis also associated with poor prognosis in solid carcinomas,short recurrence-free interval and short overall survival. The aim of this workwas toevaluatethe role of human Chitinase 3-like 1 in adult patients with acute myeloid leukemia and its relation to other prognostic factors and treatment response.Patients and methodsThis study conducted with eighty six de novo AML patients their age ranged 18 to 60 years with median age thirty seven years and serum human Chitinase 3-like-1(YKL40)concentration was determined by a two-site, sandwich-type ELISA.Results: The results of this study revealed thatserum YKL40 was high in seventy cases (81.4%)andsignificant association with treatment response was detected (p< 0.05),a significant relation between the mean value S.D of serum level of YKL40 in acute myeloid leukemia patientsand the apparently healthycontrol was detected, also before and after chemotherapy and responders who achieved complete remission, however there was increment of the mean value of serum YKL-40 after failure of remission induction(Non responder) with insignificant p value (0.799 ).overall survival in patients with high initial levels of serum YKL-40 was significantly less than those with normal serum levels of YKL40 (P<0.03) and disease free survival was significantly higher in patients with initially normal serum levels of YKL-40 with p value < 0.05 and there was also a highly significant relation between disease free survival and overall survival in those responders to treatment and Non responders.ConclusionHuman Chitinase 3-like-1was a novel biomarker for predicting outcome and survival in acute myeloidleukemia patients and normalization of initially high plasma YKL-40 was an important sign of response.
Prevalence of Smoking in Teenagers Male Undergraduate Students a Study of Karachi, Pakistan published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Rabia Bushra, Nousheen Aslam, Umair Khan, Nusrat Bano, Arshad Jamal, Ali Akbar Sial, Mirza Tasawer Baig, and Sikandar Khan Sherwani Tobacco use primarily begins in early adolescence, reportedly before the time of high school graduation. This study aims to report the prevalence of smoking in teen age male students. Questionnaire was designed and its reliability was calculated using Cronbach?s alpha (?=0.805) and administered to one thousand teenage male students. Eight hundred and seventy five participants returned completely filled questionnaires. They were categorized into seven groups according to their ages (13 to 19 years). The main outcome measures were prevalence, trends (number of cigarettes per day) and reasons for smoking in these students. Pearson coefficient was calculated to explore correlation of prevalence of smoking with age. 535 (61.14%) respondents reported cigarette use. Older individuals consumed more cigarettes per day than younger ones. There was a significant positive correlation of prevalence of smoking with age calculated by Spearman correlation (r=0.821, p<0.05). Different reasons of smoking were reported by different age groups. It was also found that the majority of teachers know about smoking habits of their students as compared to the parents. Smoking habit increases with age, formerly started for fun then it becomes the regular practice in these students which can turn into drug abuse over time by older ages. Attention from teachers and parents, good family atmosphere and educational programs at school and college levels should be arranged to reduce this prevailing habit of smoking in teen age males students.
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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Performance of Management Schools in Secondary School Examinations of Andhra Pradesh State by Data Envelopment Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Raju Nellutla, Dr. V V Haragopal In this Paper we analyse the Board of Secondary data by Data Envelopment Analysis for the Andhra Pradesh state for the academic years 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 to see the Pattern of Efficiencies and Performance of the Management wise Results in Prior to the division of state in to two separate states . The Performance of the Management wise schools are presented along with the Peer Management Schools performance of the state as whole.
Dropouts in School Educationin India: Magnitude and Reasons published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Kinjal V. Ahir India has faced many challenges with a phenomenal growth in education in terms of the number of institutions or enrolments since independence. Dropout rates are one such problem.Students who enrolled in the education system from standard 1 and earlier were not able to complete their education till standard 10th and above. The current research is an attempt to understand the status of dropout rates in education till standard 10th for boys, girls, and students belonging to SC and ST category separately. Attempt was also made to identify the underlying reasons for the dropouts. Across various studies financial constraint was identified as a major reason for dropouts. Reasons responsible for dropouts of males and females were different. A lot of policy initiatives are already in existence although efforts to identify the students that are most likely to dropout and designing the policies to control the dropouts is imperative.
A Study of Adjustment with Respect to Emotionality Among Students of P.T.C. Colleges of Anand District published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Dipali H. Patel Present report represents a study of Adjustment with respect to Emotionality among students of P.T.C. arts colleges of Anand district. Here we have chosen Government colleges, Self-financed colleges. Adjustment measurement was carried out by using Adjustment Inventry for College Students (AICS) scale developed by Prof. A.K.P. Sinha and Prof. R. P. Singh. We have studied Adjustment by taking three independent variables using F-Anova test with 2x2x2 factorial design.
SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR INTEGRATION INTO SOCIETY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalya Vyacheslavovna Savina;Inna Viktorovna Klyuyeva;Natalya Viktorovna Bekk The purpose of this article is to identify the socio-psychological processes of adaptation of disabled children.
Designing a Business Management Competency Model for Iranian Industrial and Manufacturing Organizations published in

International Journal of Social Science and Management

Published by Scientific Academia of Social Sciences
Abaselat Khorasani / Kourosh Fathi Vajargah / Hossein Zahedi This study aims to design a management competency model for Iranian industrial and manufacturing organizations. This study uses a descriptive-survey method in which 256 managers of Iranian industrial and manufacturing organizations were sampled by purposive sampling and then studied in 2012 and 2013. Data collection was carried out by a research-made questionnaire. The instrument validity was assessed and verified based on the comments of university professors who were dealing with the subject of this study, while taking advantage of principal component analysis method and latent variables measurement fit using confirmatory factor analysis. The reliability was measured by Cronbachs alpha which revealed a reliability of (R=90%), and as it can be claimed that the instrument enjoys a good reliability. To test the hypotheses of this research, structural equation modeling was used. The results verify all leading and alternative hypotheses of this study and reveal the existence of relationship between the competencies of management competency model for Iranian industrial and manufacturing organizations. The variable of business management enjoys the highest level of effectiveness. In other words, it enjoys the most significant relationship with management competency and then come the variables of managing others and managing self, respectively.
Direct Detection of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Sputum by Polymerase Chain Reaction and Zieh-Neelsen Stain published in

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Safa Alturafi Gasmallah, Mohammed Nafi, Mustafa Etegani Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public health threat, annually affecting new individuals worldwide, especially those in developing countries. Rapid, sensitive and specific technique for detection of the agent and effective treatment are two important factors in controlling this disease. Aim: The current study aimed to evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of direct and concentrated Zieh-Neelsen (ZN) stain in respect to Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) technique in the direct detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis from clinical specimens Methodology: This was a descriptive cross sectional study done on patients suspected of having tuberculosis attending Al-Shab Teaching Hospital; Khartoum-Sudan during October 2013. A total of 50 sputum specimens were examined by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Zieh-Neelsen (ZN) Stain. The Results: Mycobacterium tuberculosis was detected in 9 (18%) by direct smear ZN stain, 20 (40%) by concentrated ZN stain and 27 (54%) by PCR. The sensitivity and specificity of direct ZN smear in respect to PCR were 26% and 91% respectively; while the sensitivity and specificity of concentrated ZN smear in respect to PCR were 52% and 74%, respectively. Conclusion: Although the high specificity of ZN smear, but it lacks the sensitivity. PCR is very useful for rapid detection of M. tuberculosis infections.
The Impact of Development on Environment published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sanoj K. T Sustainable development is described as a perception of requirements as well as the limitations inflicted by the society and technology on the ecosystem's ability to encounter the current and future needs. Sustainable development endorses the idea that development or environment should not be forfeited for the other, rather each development must coincide with environmental cognizance. This paper offers a theoretical analysis of development and its impact on environment.
Summer Pollen Sources to Apis dorsata honey bees collected from Bramhapuri forest area of Chandrapur District of Maharashtra State (India) published in

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Borkar Laxmikant | Mate Devendra 33 pollen loads recovered directly from the honey combs of Apis dorsata (Rock Bee) collected in May 2013 from Ganeshpur forest area of Bramhapuri Tahsil of Chandrapur District of Maharashtra State, were analysed. Two (6.6%) pollen loads were found to be Uniforal, nine (27.27%) biforal and twenty-two (66.66%) multfloral. The Unifloral pollen loads were contained Terminalia sp. The pollen of Terminalia sp were recovered from 31 (93.93%) of the total pollen loads studied. The study high lights Terminalia sp (combretrceace) do the major pollen source and Mangifera indica (Anacardeaceae),, Blumea sp (Asteraceae), Citrus sp ( Rutaceae) and Delonix regia ( Caesalpineaceae ) as fairly important sources of pollen of the honey bees during the summer period.
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING AND FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF SUSPENSION FORK FOR TWO WHEELERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Atishey Mittal*, Anshul Verma, Piyush Sethi The steering column is constructed by front suspension forks in most two wheelers. The paper focuses on the Finite Element Analysis of the suspension fork for motor bike, and developing an empirical equation in terms of internal diameter and central bush wall thickness. Finite element analysis has been done to verify the analytical analysis done with the help of thick wall theory. An empirical relation is necessary as different combinations of internal diameter and bush wall thickness are available in the industry. The empirical relation can be utilized to design a new fork for two wheelers.
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF PAULOWNIA TOMENTOSA (THUNB) STEUD. FAM. SCROPHULARIACEAE AND ITS ROLE AGAINST HYPERGLYCEMIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nabaweya A. Ibrahim1, Seham S.El-Hawary2, Sanaa A. Ali3*, Magdy M.D. Mohammed1, Esraa E. Refaat Aim: The present work on the fruits of Paulownia tomentosa (Thunb.)Steud. (Scrophulariiaceae) has led to the isolation of three iridoidal compounds (1-3) identified as catalpol, aucubin and paulownioside and new hydrocarbon compound 4 was identified as cyclohexanone. Isolation of these constituents was performed using chromatographic techniques. Their structures were established through chemical and spectral analysis. Our study was to demonstrate the antidiabetic activity of the methanolic extracts obtained from Paulownia tomentosa, and investigated in normal and alloxan-induced diabetic rats, glibenclamide was used as a reference drug. Methods: Fifty six male albino rats will be used in the present study. Animals will be divided into 7 groups each group will be of eight rats, to evaluate the efficacy of the fruits of Paulownia tomentosa. Results: Triglycerides, total lipids also a significant decrease in liver function enzymes (AST, ALT and ALP) while elevation of Liver glycogen content, total protein and albumin in diabetic rats given methanolic extracts. Paulownia tomentosa extracts showed recovery in hyperglycemia and successfully recovery the alterations of all biochemical parameters measured. Histopathological study of liver was also carried out to confirm the protection offered by the methanolic extract. Conclusions: Data showed that Paulownia tomentosa possessed strong antioxidant activity, remarkable antidiabetogenic effect comparable to glibenclamide, a well-known liver protecting herbal formula.
INVESTIGATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF TENSILE STRENGTH OF FRICTION STIR WELDING JOINT: AN OVERVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Mayur N. Patel*, Mr. Mitul J. Barot, Mr. Yashica J. Patel, Mr. Krunal M. Prajapati Welding is a fabrication process used to join materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, together. During welding,the work pieces to be joined are melted at the joining interface and usually a filler material is added to forma weld pool of molten material that solidifies to become a strong joint. In contrast, Soldering and Brazing do not involve melting the work piece but rather a lower melting point material is melted between the work pieces to bond them together. Friction Stir Welding (FSW) was invented by Wayne Thomas at TWI (The Welding Institute ), and the first patent applications were filed in the UK in December1991. Initially, the process was regarded as a “laboratory” curiosity, but it soon became clear that FSW offers numerous benefits in the fabrication of aluminum products. Friction Stir We lding is a solid - state process, which means that the objects are joined without reaching melting point. This opens up whole new areas in welding technology.
Influences of Different Phases of Training on Percent Body Fat and Aerobic Capacity of Male Handball Players published in

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Dr. B. Chittibabu The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of different phases of training on percent body fat and aerobic capacity of male handball players. Twelve (12) male handball players were selected. These twelve players represented Annamalai University in South Zone Inter University handball tournament for the year 2011. The criterion variables selected in this study was aerobic capacity, which was measured in treadmill through Bruce treadmill test. Testing took place at four points during the periodized training year; at the beginnings of general preparation (T1), specific preparation (T2), and competition phase beginning (T3) end of competition phases of training and peaking (T4). A full testing battery was conducted at T1 and T4, while two minor testing sessions were conducted at T2 and T3. The ANOVA revealed a significant change in percent body fat (F = 4.45, p < 0.05) and aerobic capacity of handball players during different phases of training (F = 4.953, p < 0.05). Bonferroni post hoc test revealed no significant difference between all comparisons (all ps > 0.05) on percent body fat and aerobic capacity of handball players. It is concluded that percent body fat and aerobic capacity undergoes significant changes during the different phases of training
Growth of Literature in Andhra - A Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mrs. M. KRISHNAVENI, Prof. T. NAGAMMA The period of 14th century marked deserted in the Telugu country. Particularly the fall of the Kakatiyas (r.1323) by the muslim conquerors. The deserted who led to several revolts rised by the nobles and the subordinate chiefs who worked under the Kakatiyas besides the muslim invaders. The revolts known as the movement of Liberation started to the (r.1329) by the chiefs Musunuri nayakas and several chiefs joined with them. They conquered the Warangal from the muslim conquerors and established their rule at Warangal besides chiefs such as Velamas established their rule at Rachakonda (r.1336-1425), Reddies at Kondavidu (r.1325 -1448), and the Rayas at Vijayanagar(r.1336 -1680). Thus kingdoms were founded to safeguard Hindu dharma culture. But these dynasties always fought with each other for their supremacy. Though, they were busily engaged in wars but they established a well political organized and administration and became patrons to arts and letters. Thus, the encouragement and patronage received from the rulers, between these periods. The number of Telugu works were produced by the poets, authors, writers and the scholars who contributed for the pepuse of the present paper is the focus on the growth of Telugu Literature from 14th to 16th century A.D in Telugu country a study
Effect of Prior Application of 2% Calcium Dobesilate on Direct Pulp Capping with Mta- A Preliminary Randomized Clinical Trial published in

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Dr Lalit C Boruah, Pallavi Bhuyan AIM OF THE STUDY: To observe the effect of prior application of calcium dobesilate on direct pulp capping with MTA. OUTLINE OF METHODOLOGY: Clinically and radiographically confirmed cases of direct pulp exposed teeth were randomly stratified into two groups; Group I- Pulp capping done with MTA with prior application of calcium dobesilate and Group II- Pulp capping done with MTA without prior application of calcium dobesilate. The experimented teeth were evaluated clinically and radiographically for 6 months post operatively. RESULTS: All the teeth that were followed showed favourable outcomes on the basis of radiographic appearance, subjective symptoms and cold testing. Group I showed faster results as compared to Group II. CONCLUSION: Prior application of calcium dobesiltae has shown to increase the efficacy of MTA as a direct pulp capping agent.
METHODOLOGICAL BASE OF THE HISTORICAL SCIENCE USSR: PROBLEM OF EFFECTIVENESS IN MODERN STAGE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Gulbarshin Spanovna Konkina; Bibigul Aralbaevna Dosova; Minar Amrina; Nazira Izbastyyevna Yessimkhanova This article analyzes the methodological basis of Soviet historical science.
Promoting "Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao": Selling Violence in Sports, Subverting a Marketing Culture published in

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

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Rommel de la Cruz This is a discourse analysis of the quoted interview statements of Manny Pacquiao in the media. It examines how such statements constitute discursive identity and relation that are appropriated for marketing diverse everyday international products. The study reveals the existence of a type marketing in discourse that contests the space originally reserved for traditional marketing.
Nano in Prosthodontics published in

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Dr Angurbala Dhal, Dr Tapan Kumar Patro Nanotechnology is a new branch of science, which is still at developing stage. This is actually a process of miniaturization and control of material at molecular stage, normally between 1 to 100 nanometer scale as well as fabrication of material at this scale. It is highly multidisciplinary field; covering fields of colloidal science, device physics, supramolecular chemistry. Two main approaches top down and bottom up. At nanostage materials show highly different property than they show in macroscale enabling unique applications.Dentalmaterials manufactured by using nanotechnology has been used for prosthodontics namely nanocomposite,nanocomposite denture teeth, nanoadhesives,nanoimpression material,and nanodenture base material. Results are found to be encouraging. This article gives the scope and future of nano particles in dentistry.
www.wjpr.net Vol 4, Issue 08, 2015. 1824 Banerjee et al. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND EVALUATION OF ANTI OXIDANT ACTIVITIES OF DIFFERENT PARTS OF DENDROBIUM OCHREATUM. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Janmajoy Banerjee1*, Biplab Kumar Dey2, Hemanta Khanal3, Bibek Dahal4 This study was performed to evaluate the presence of phytoconstituents, antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of Dendrobium ochreatum. (Orchidaceae) stem, root leaf extracts. In this study nine different solvent extracts were subjected to examination. Preliminary phytochemical analysis revealed that the ethanolic extract of root, stem and hexane: ethanol extract of stem showed the maximum phytochemical constituents followed by ethanol extract of leaves. Ethyl acetate extract of stem possess moderate 1, 1-diphenyl-2- picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging activity (IC50 172.27?g/ml), ABTS assay (IC50 140.06?g/ml) This research findings suggest that Dendrobium ochreatum exhibits potential antioxidant properties.
EVALUATION OF NUMBER OF RENAL ARTERIES IN LIVE RELATED RENAL DONORS BY CT ANGIOGRAPHY AND CONVENTIONAL ANGIOGRAPHY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Amjad Sattar, Shabbir Naeem, Ahsan Ali, Mustafa Akhtar, Adeeb Rizvi & Anwar Naqvi Renal transplantation represents the best available replacement treatment for patients with end stage renal disease patients than performing dialysis, and living donor transplantation has been shown to offer better graft survival than cadaver donor renal transplantation. It was demonstrated that kidneys from living, unrelated donors succeed as well as kidneys obtained from brothers and sisters who share half of the tissue matching antigens with kidney recipients. The study was carried out at department of Angiography, Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) from January 2009 to September 2011. A total of 30 patients were included in the study. Informed consent was taken from all patients. Result demonstrates a total of 115 renal arteries in 60 kidneys of donors were depicted at CT angiography (CTA). Only 57 of kidneys showed more than one or multiple arteries, 52 of these had two renal arteries, and 6 had three renal arteries.
FRIEND RECOMMENDATION USING LDA ALGORITHM published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Shreyas Yeola, Akshay Wakhare, Swapnil Mule, Shrinivas Halahalli “Friend Recommendation using LDA Algorithm” is a novel semantic-based friend recommendation system for social networks,recommends friends to users based on their activity bag instead of social graphs. Existing social networking services recommend friends to users based on their social graphs, which may not be the most appropriate to reflect a user's preferences on friend selection in real life. Inspired by text mining, we model a user's daily life as life documents, from which his/her life styles are extracted by using the Latent Dirichlet Allocation algorithm. We further propose a similarity metric to measure the similarity of life styles between users, and calculate users' impact in terms of life styles with a friend-matching graph.So,our system integrates a feedback mechanism to further improve the recommendation accuracy. This system will be used on the Android-based smartphones.
Utilization of finger millet flour in noodle published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V. M. LONDHE, S.S. THORAT ANDK.P. BABAR Wheat and finger millet flour was prepared, analyzed for proximate composition and used in various combinations like 100:00, 90:10, 80:20, 70:30, 60:40 for the preparation of noodles. These noodles were evaluated for nutritional and sensory parameters. Noodles incorporated with finger millet flour showed inverse relation with protein and direct relation with other nutritional components such as carbohydrate, fat, crude fibre, ash, iron and calcium. Nutritional and sensory score parameters indicated that good quality noodles can be prepared by replacement of wheat flour with 30 per cent finger millet flour. This nutrient rich noodle will be good source of instant food for children, teenagers, sport persons, pregnant and lactating women.
Willingness to Pay for Cataract Surgery Among Outreach Site Patients in South West Ethiopia: A Cross-Sectional Study published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

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

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Manoj Katiyar, Sachin Kumar The objective of this study was to assess the genetic divergence available in mungbean accessions, based on Euclidean distances for the identification of genetically diverse and agronomically superior accessions. Wide physio-morphological divergence was obtained for all the traits under study. Principal component analysis, which transformed for all the metric traits into single index of similarity, yielded ten eigen vector and roots. Based on first seven principal components (which accounted for 93.57% of the total variation), non-hierarchical Euclidean cluster analysis grouped the fourty five mungbean accessions into seven well characterized groups.
Risk factors of Congenital Heart Disease: A study in a Tertiary care Hospital published in

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

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

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Housna Shamloo Ahmadi, Mohammad Heiat, Hamid Rashedi, Ali Mohammad Latifi Lateral flow assay, a simple and rapid test to detect various agents; have found many applications in different fields. One of the most important issues in the construction of a Lateral Flow assay is the increasing of its sensitivity and efficiency by processing of analytical layer. This study, aimed to investigate the performance of, Nellulose, Nitrocellulose, Nylon and PVD as different analytical layer in morphine Lateral flow strip as a model. Cyanogens bromide, acetonitrile, methanol and specific polymers were used to activate cellulose, nitrocellulose, PVDF and nylon respectively. BSA-morphine and anti morphine polyclonal antibodies were immobilized orderly in test and control bands different concentrations of morphine were prepared as sample solution. Results showed that activated supports have better detection level in comparison with control strips. Among activated supports nitrocellulose showed more reliable results rather than others and introduced as a suitable support for construction of analytical layer and antibody immobilization. Nylon and PVDF supports due to its hydrophobic nature and cellulose due to high capillary property and non-uniform texture showed inappropriate results. Using proper supports for design of lateral flow strips can improve the sensitivity and detection level of this system.
Method Validation and Quantitative Determination of Anastrozole in Human Plasma by an CMS/MS published in

Biological Forum-An International Journal

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Vinayak Daphal*, Ganesh Holkar*, Ravi Yadav* and M.D. Rokade* ABSTRACT : A simple, economic, accurate LCMS/MS method was developed for the determination of anastrozole in human plasma was developed and fully validated using dexchlorpheniramine as the internal standard (I.S.) is described herein. The analyte and the I.S. were extracted from 200 ?l of human plasma by liquid-liquid extraction using a mixture of diethyl ether: dichloromethane (70:30, v/v) solution. The extracts were analyzed by high performance liquid chromatography coupled with Electrospray Ionization source - tandem mass spectrometry (LCMS/MS). Chromatography was performed isocratically on a Genesis C18, 4 ?m analytical column (100 mm 2.1 mm i.d.). The method had a chromatographic run time of 3.0 min and a linear calibration curve ranging from 0.5-100 ng/ml. The limit of quantification (LOQ) was 0.5 ng/ml.
The Strategic Fitness Process: A Collaborative Action Research Method for Developing and Understanding Organizational Prototypes and Dynamic Capabilities published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Michael Beer Organizations underperform and sometimes fail because their leaders are unable to learn the unvarnished truth from relevant stakeholders about how the design and behavior of the organization is misaligned with its goals and strategy. The Strategic Fitness Process (SFP) was designed to enable leaders to overcome organizational silence about the misalignment with the environment and chosen strategy. By enabling an honest, organization-wide and public conversation, senior management teams, working collaboratively with scholar-consultants and organizational members, have access to valid data (the unvarnished truth), can conduct a valid diagnosis, and can develop a valid plan to change the structure, processes, and behavior of an organization while at the same time developing commitment that ensures execution. SFP is also a research method. By applying SFP iteratively to new and challenging situations, scholar-consultants can invent new organizational prototypes as well as learn if a standardized and institutionalized organizational learning process like SFP can enhance dynamic capabilities. The SFP model is illustrated with an application to Hewlett-Packards Santa Rosa Systems Division.
Enhancement in Sustainability in a Manufacturing System published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

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Subrata Kumar Patra, Tilak Raj, B.B. Arora Manufacturing activities are getting complex day by day which has made it difficult to synchronize the various production, administrative and other such activities. Complexities adversely affect the diminishing of available resources. Consequently sustainability is at stake in manufacturing system. The Present paper is an attempt to enhance sustainability in manufacturing system. Various means of improving sustainability in a manufacturing system have been studied in order to derive the objective.
Scleral fixation Where are we? published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

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Altan A. Ozcan Correction of surgical aphakia with spectacles or contact lenses have some limits such as image size disparity, pincushion distortion, ring scotoma, and altered spatial perception, and implanting an intraocular lens (IOL) provides many advantages over both of these methods. There is yet no established consensus on the best IOL fixation technique in the absence of adequate capsular support. Options include anterior chamber IOLs (AC-IOLs) and suture fixated (SF) or sutureless posterior chamber lens implants (PC-IOLs).
FEATURES ENSURE THE EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR OF UKRAINE'S ECONOMY AND BALANCE OF PARTICIPANTS IN THE AGRICULTURAL MARKET 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�
Kirdan Alexander The subject of the research is the development of agrarian sector of economy of Ukraine. The purpose of this article is to clarify the characteristics of effective development of the agricultural sector of Ukraine's economy and balance of participants in the agricultural market. Objectives of the study: to find out the specifics ensure the effective development of the agricultural sector of Ukraine's economy and to identify the main ways to harmonize and balance the interests of participants in the agricultural market (owners, manufacturers, States). Methods and methodology of research. Methodological basis of research is the dialectical method of cognition. Under this method uses the principle of contradiction. Structural-functional method was used to study the functional relationships in the process of harmonization and balance of interests of participants of the agricultural market (owners, manufacturers, States). The results of the work. The article discusses ways to ensure effective development of agrarian sector of economy of Ukraine. It was found that the agricultural sector of Ukraine is the backbone of the national economy, it also creates a food and economic security, ensures the development of technologically related sectors of the national economy, forming the market of agricultural products and food. It is proved that the agricultural sector is a link, which at this stage could become an engine of national economic development and to give impetus to investment, technological and social recovery in the state. Special attention is paid to specific aspects of the processes associated with the improvement of land relations, the development of individual forms of management and enterprise development and cooperation. The scope of the results: the theory and practice of development of agrarian sector of economy of Ukraine. The conclusions. For the purpose of increasing the efficiency and competitiveness of rural businesses with the participation of the state should: encourage the implementation of various rural businesses of innovative technologies; to provide state investment support in the implementation of innovation and investment projects, to enter a partial compensation of the cost of acquisition of highly productive livestock, equipment, new equipment, etc., all, both small and medium-sized businesses in rural areas; to develop credit co-operatives to provide short-term and long-term micro-loans; to stimulate the development of service cooperatives to provide households agronomic services; to provide for the infrastructure development of local markets for agricultural products; to promote the search for promising markets and protecting the interests of large agribusiness in the international markets; to provide subsidies for agricultural products to small and medium business entities in rural areas; to provide vocational agricultural education by members of private households and private entrepreneurs in rural areas.
From Kilometer To Nanometer published in

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Celso Luis Levada, Huemerson Maceti, Ivan Jos Lautenschleguer, Miriam de M.O. Levada The purpose of this article is to describe some aspects of the development of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Nanoscience studies the behavior of the substance on the scale of a few atoms or molecules. The analysis shows that the Brazilian research in the area is considered recent, albeit under other names, date of at least 20 years. Innovation is still fairly recent and there are different views on the issue. However, there is already a tendency to promote innovation in nanotechnology in the country. Nanotechnology is considered as the next technological revolution. Proponents of nanotechnology to consider as a solution to the main problems of developing countries. Many arguments are presented regarding this optimistic view, which does not take into account the social context in which science and technology are developed.
A FENOMENOLOGIA DA VIDA: APONTAMENTOS SOBRE AFETIVIDADE E NO-INTENCIONALIDADE PARA A FUNDAMENTAO DE UMA TICA NO PENSAMENTO DE MICHEL HENRY published in

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Janilce Silva Praseres Like all research, phenomenology suggests assumptions. Knowledge about the contents of a "new" phenomenology, in case the material or of life, forms a unique relationship in the contemporary horizon. This paper investigates two fundamental points of this thought: affectivity and non-intentionality, which allowed a view on ethics in this thought of Michel Henry.
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS DETECTION BASED ON MULTIVARIATE ASYMMETRIC DISTRIBUTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Shanthi Raju Lanka *1, Srinivas Yarramalle Multiple Sclerosis is one of the predominant occurring brain diseases during the last decade. Many automatic segmentation models have been widely investigated with objective to identify the disease at the early stage and thereby helping the patients. In this research, a Multivariate Asymmetric Gaussian Mixture Model is considered for segmenting the brain MRI images and to identify the Multiple Sclerosis disease from the T1 weighted, T2 weighted and photon density images. The earlier works on GMM failed to converge to arrive at optimal value and thus becomes time consuming and also could not able to achieve the expected results. To overcome these disadvantages, this research study aims at proposing a model based on Multivariate Asymmetric Gaussian Mixture Model. The images are compressed by using Non Negative factorization method and the decomposed images are considered for further evaluation. The results of the proposed methods are tested on brain web images and in most of the cases; the recognition accuracy is underlined at above 85%. This shows that the performance of the proposed method is far better than the existing methods and also this methodology is very much time efficient.
Consumer Behaviour Towards Organized Retailing A Study of Product and Price in the Marketing Mix published in

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N. Vemanna, Prof. V. Narasimha Rao In India organized retailers are trying out a variety of formats, ranging from supermarkets, discount stores to hypermarkets and cash-and-carry. Retail is Indias largest industry, accounting for over 10 per cent of the countrys GDP and around 8 per cent of the employment. Retailing in India is gradually inching its way toward becoming the next boom industry. Organised retailing refers to trading activities undertaken by licensed retailers, that is, those who are registered for sales tax, income tax, etc. An attempt is made in this paper to examine Consumer behaviour in organized retailing with special reference to product and price issues. Modern retail has been facing the challenge of retaining customer allegiance. Consumers level of education seems to be the significant predicator for choice of retail outlet. Product and price promotions are an important marketing activity which would act as a stimulus to increase their business.
Drying Of Garlic (Allium Sativum L.) to Minimize Pht Loss - A Review published in

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Papu Singh, Sweta Singh, B.R. Singh, Mishra D.K. Drying is a critical step in the processing of dehydrated products because of the high energy requirement of the process (due to low thermal efficiency of dryers. Increased consumer awareness of food quality as well as the desire to produce a high quality have emphasized the necessity of optimization. Various methods are employed for drying of garlic which have their merits and demerits. Sun drying is suitable for water content reduced from shelf life of products % (db), wind (velocities km/h) for 120 days with over turning once/twice a day and heaping or covering during night and not suitable for large commercial scale. It is a uncontrolled method, non-uniform drying methods. Convection drying is employed for heat and mass transfer coefficient and to study the moistures transport during microwave-convective drying of garlic cloves. It a mechanical process but not feasible operating cost and initial cost. Drying is an industrial preservation method in which water content and water activity of the fruits and vegetables are decreased by heated air to minimized biological, chemical and microbial deterioration. Drying is a process of simultaneous heat and mass transfer. Mathematical modelling help to of drying process help in understanding the physics of drying. At this moisture level, the chances of insects and molds infestation are minimized and thus the commonly can keep well in storage. To obtain the dehydrated product of high quality, the drying process should be such that it allows effective retention of colour appearance, flavour, taste and nutritive value, comparable to fresh vegetables. The technique of drying is probably the oldest method of food preservation practiced by mankind for the extension of food shelf life. The use of artificial drying to preserve agricultural commodities is expanding, creating a need for more rapid drying techniques and methods that reduce the large amount of energy required in drying processes.
An Empirical Study towards Customer Satisfaction in Internet Banking services with special reference to Tiruchirappalli District published in

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Dr. M. Abdul Hakkeem, Y. Moydheen Sha Electronic banking or e-banking is automated delivery of new and traditional banking products and services directly to the customer through electronic communication like computer, ATMs, and internet websites. The customer satisfaction level based on the analysis of data relating to 200 respondents indicates that there is significant correlation between age and occupation with other factors. In the analysis it was observed that particular age group have used these services, the satisfaction of the customer majorly influenced the convenience, awareness, and responsiveness. In the present technology society, most of the banking customer prefer and switch to e-banking facilities. So the banker may improve their services, loyalty to customers and their retention by increasing awareness of other age groups and concentrating on the factors contributing customer satisfaction.
Nitrogen management using Leaf Color chart (LCC) and nitrogen level in Kharif rice published in

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

International Education and Research Journal

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Preeti Nair A paramount factor in the teaching learning system is the teacher. Unless capable and committed are teachers in service, the education system cannot become a suitable and potential instrument of national development. This paper studies the contribution of various researchers towards the essential teaching competencies. The extensive study on literature review indicates that teaching competencies are very essential to bring the desired outcomes. This paper can thus be helpful for academic institution for recruitment, training and development and performance appraisal of teachers based on the essential competencies.
Implementation of Circuits for Making Cost Effective Electronic Toys published in

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Salma Shaheen, Tazyeen Ahmad Competition is an inherent part of free or capitalistic economy. To compete with the rival, it is obligatory upon the company to modify their products to cause product differentiation and reduce cost by incorporating new technologies and new materials. This paper suggests implementation and testing of some low cost electronic toys circuit. These toys will be very useful for poor children, especially for those who are desirous to play with electronic toys but not having sufficient money to purchase them. These cost effective toys are although simple and not having many features to play with. However, these toys would be the useful source to provide entertainment to the deprived children.
Factoring An Untapped Resource For Indian SMEs published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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P.MUTHULAKSHMI Factoring service, which is perceived as complimentary to bank finance, enables the availability of much needed working capital finance for the small and medium scale industries especially those that have good quality receivables but may not be in a position to obtain enough bank finance due to lack of collateral or credit profile. Factoring is making the small and medium enterprises prosper in one way or the other in terms of financial stability. It offered dedicated services to the SMEs in managing their working capital diligently. During the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, interest rates were on the rise and banks were increasingly regulated. This made it difficult for companies to get traditional financing. Further, a large section of Micro and Small Enterprises need handholding. The lack of financial literacy represents a formidable challenge for MSE borrowers underscoring the need for facilitation by banks in these critical financial areas. To effectively and decisively address these handicaps, RBI introduced a mechanism called factoring, which provides liquidity to SMEs against their receivables and can be an alternative source of working capital. World over, factoring is a preferred route of accessing working capital for SMEs and even larger organisations. Factoring became even more popular, since it did not require the same sort of credit checks. Small business, startups and rapidly growing businesses benefitted especially from this increase in factoring. Factoring grew as a service as business people found their options contracting. This paper is based on secondary data and prepared with a view to analyse the pros and cons of factoring services and its magnitude
WATER MANAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION SITE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Patil V.A*, Gawade S.L At prior stage water management is not considered to be vital point of planning and supervision as well, as the time passes all the possible cha nces of water entry in the structured is observed. As a result it seems very worst stage of existing building. Here entry of water may be from underground source, due to wrong workmanship or entry of water from surface source. Final result will be in the f orm of structurally weak building. For underground water entry there are number of chances of corrosion of steel in footing portion.
Role of Foreign Direct Investment (Fdi) in Indian Banking System published in

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Vaibhav Shrivastava Indian banking sector has created very important platform in the development of economy of India and in forming wealth to the economy. In 2008 when United States of America and world economy got into trouble, the financial sector of India also got affected but only Indian banking sector maintained its business because of the better controlled system and saving habits of Indian middle man. This paper discuss about the history of Indian banking system, need of foreign direct investment in Indian banking system, this paper also consider that FDI in banking sector can notify some issues like encouraging development of new financial and unique product, its improve the risk taking ability of Indian banking sector, improved efficiency of this sector and better handle the financial changes of the banking sector.
CREDIT UNION AS A SOURCE OF CREDIT RESOURCES OF SMALL BUSINESS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Olga Malinovska Purpose is to analyze the theoretical foundations of credit unions in Ukraine and recommendations for credit support to small businesses. Methodology. The study applied techniques such as sampling, synthesis, comparison, grouping, and the study of the role of credit unions in providing credit to small businesses, the method of statistical analysis. Results The article analyzes the activities of credit unions at the present stage, it focuses on lending. The reasons because of which banks are not profitable to provide credit support to small businesses are learned. Studied all the problems that currently do not allow time to fully engage customers to credit unions and reasoned conclusions are to improve and better attract financial resources to credit unions. Conclusions The study found that today's possibilities of credit unions of Ukraine in financing small businesses, given the volume of their assets is not comparable with the possibilities of banks because the amount of assets credit unions relatively small. However, credit activities and social orientation of credit unions with a positive adjustment to the financial support of small business, especially when it is launching, allowing them to take their own niche in the financial market of Ukraine.
HYPOGLYCEMIC STUDY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF MIKANIA CORDATA LEAF published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Fatema Nasrin1, Md. Lukman Hakim1*, Mohammad Rezaul Hassan1, Nadira Afroz1, Md. Hasif Ikbal1, Shofiul Azam2 Besides synthetic drugs, plants derived drugs are also used to manage diabetes. In this study ethanolic leaf extracts (200 & 400 mg/kg body weight) of Mikania cordata were evaluated for hypoglycemic potency. Oral glucose tolerance test was performed on mice at 0, 30, 60, 90 and 120 minutes after glucose (2 mg/kg) administration to determine the rapidity of the extracts to reduce blood glucose level. The extracts exhibited rapid glucose reduction rates and achieved statistical significance (p<0.05 & P<0.01) compared to normal control. An intraperitoneal injection of alloxan (150 mg/kg body weight) was given per mouse to induce diabetes and the animals with blood glucose levels more than 11 mmol/L selected for the experiment. During a study of 14 days both extracts reduced blood glucose level (38.04% for 200 mg/kg & 47.72% for 400 mg/kg body weight) effectively as well as achieved statistical significance (p<0.01) compared to diabetic control, metformin hydrochloride (100 mg/kg body weight) served as positive control. One way analysis of variance (ANOVA) followed by Dunnetts multiple comparison test was performed to analyze the statistical significance of the values. The extract was found safe up to 2000 mg/kg body weight consumption by following acute toxic class method and reduction of body weight in diabetic mice (3.25% & 5.24% respectively for 200 & 400 mg/kg body weight) was observed. Thus the study revealed and corroborated the hypoglycemic significance of the leaf of Mikania cordata.
ACTIVATION OF THE MATRIX OF NORM MEMORY TOWARDS THE EFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECT ON SOMATIC DISEASES published in

FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
Kashpirovskiy A.M. One of the most important problems of mankind is the eternally irresistible problem of uncontrollability of itsphysical nature, from which depends the main thing - life. The inevitabledecline of life and the same inevitable end of life - it is a terrible human tragedy, poorly realized at the beginning of the life and very painfully at the end. The aspiration to its crossing is the sense of my work. The years-long professional experience of patients reaction supervision on the psychological influence, the main peculiarity of which is the maximum focusing on the sphere of unconsciousness, will let to conclude, that each persons organism possesses written at the molecular level with the innate programs of normality, to which his physical nature is subjected. The totality of these programs I named the matrix of norm memory, the activation of which is able to lead to stem cells activation that in its turn, initiates the process of regenerative changes in the direction of original norm. The vast practice testifies that there are no that boundaries in the renewal of human organism at physiological and organic levels, which wouldnt be able to be reached with the help of properly developed psychological programming, directed to the sphere of unconscious. The understanding of these processes and penetration to their secret opens a new page in the formed medical, philosophic visions about human, to endless possibilities in the fight with incurable diseases, decline of life and proleptic dying, highly enlarging the diseases list, the passing of which turned out to be possible by means of psychological methods.
ISO CERTIFICATION FOR TECHNICAL INSTITUTION published in

International Engineering Journal For Research & Development

Published by Mr.Amit Manikrao
Ashish P.Waghmare , Prof.V.V.Kale Technical Education in Maharashtra is driven towards commercialization leading to mushrooming of colleges, and stiff competition. However, in most of the cases the direction relevance, and quality of engineering education have been questioned. I.T.I.s are affiliated with many uncontrollable parameters like quality of input, Technical curriculum. Also external threats from Industries. who have a professional outlook and customer orientation, add to the industry pool especially in the technology area. Considering the dynamic external environment, rigid working system, stiff competition, decline of funds, reduction in the intake seats not being filled, and demand for accountability from stakeholders and customers, perspective of quality has crept in, and the need for a quality system is felt.
Contact Fatigue Analysis using Finite Element Analysis for 6 Station 2 Lobe Cam Shaft published in

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SUHAS K.S, Dr. MOHAMED HANEEF The advances in the fast computing technology, the designer has the flexibility in selecting the suitable size and material for the structure due to virtual simulation which was earlier totally depending on prototype testing which was costly and time consuming. In the present work, a 6 station 2 lobe cam will be analysed for wear conditions for the given loads. Finite element analysis will be carried out to prove the same. Further fatigue analysis will be carried out by both theoretical and finite element analysis. Intermediate bearing s will be considered to reduce the wear and improve the fatigue life of the cam shaft.
Generation of Electricity from A Low Cost Microbial Fuel Cell published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
M. Ramalakshmi, S. Akila and S. D. Sharief Using available resources, a dual chambered low cost microbial fuel cell was designed. Microbial fuel cell was tested for electricity production with microbial isolates like Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes using corn steep liquor as substrate. From the values recorded using a multimeter, it was observed that Pseudomonas aeruginosa was able to produce maximum electricity of I: 10.32 mA, V: 0.948 V, R: 91.88 W and P: 9.785 mW, at 45C.
Coordinative Abilities of Sprinters and Hurdlers of Intermediate Level- A Comparative Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Alok Sharma, Dr. Inder Singh Pal The purpose of the study was to compare the sprinters and hurdlers in selected coordinative abilities namely Differentiation Ability, Balance Ability and Rhythm Ability. The subjects for this study were fifteen athletes and fifteen hurdlers (N=30), aged 18-25 years, who were training at DDA Athletic Academy situated at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi.For the analysis of selected coordinative abilities, descriptive statistics and independent t-test was applied. The result revealed that the hurdlers were having similar Differentiation Ability in comparison to sprinters. In terms of balancing ability the sprinters and hurdlers were also having similar balancing abilities. The result also revealed that the mean rhythm ability of the sprinters and hurdlers were also same level. In the other two coordinative abilities namely differentiation ability and rhythm ability there was no significant difference was found in the performance of sprinters and hurdlers (p<0.05).
Screening of Anti-hyperglycemic Activity of Kigelia africana on Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Rats published in

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Bhanu Priya, Manoj Gahlot, Punam Joshi The present study was carried out to evaluate the anti-hyperglycemic activity of methanol extract of Kigelia africana leaves in Alloxan-induced diabetic rats for its purported use in diabetes. Hyperglycemia was induced in rat by injection of Alloxan (120 mg/kg, i.p.). Treatment was done by methanolic leaves extract of Kigelia africana (KA-ME) at dose range of 100400 mg/kg, p.o for 21 days. Control group received normal saline (0.9%) for 21 days. Glibenclamide (5 mg/kg, p.o) was used as a reference drug. Blood samples were collected from all the groups and analyzed for serum glucose and lipid levels such as total cholesterol (TC), triglyceride (TG), proteins (TP). KA-ME was also tested for oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) in normal fasted rats. KA-ME (200 & 400 mg/kg, p.o) showed a significant (P<0.01) reduction of serum glucose TC, TG, and TP level in Alloxan-induced diabetic rats as compared with diabetic control. KA-ME (200 & 400 mg/kg, p.o) significantly (P<0.01) increased the glucose tolerance in OGTT. The results obtained from the present study revealed the potential anti-hyperglycemic activity of methanolic extract from the leaves of Kigelia africana.
Load Flow Study of a Radial Distribution Network published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Tejas Vyas and Ranjit Roy The paper presents the simple method for fi nding the load fl ow solution of a radial distribution networkusing the Kirchoff’s current and Kirchoff’s voltage law. The method is tested on four test cases: 16-node, 33-node, 69-node and 117-node network. Comparing to the existing methods, the memory space requirement is very small and time required for the CPU execution is also lower. Result shows that the proposed method is very effi cient and competitive with the existing methods.
Hindi Sahityakaro ka Bollywood me yogdan published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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Optimisation fabrication of butyl methacrylate monoliths published in

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Eman Alzahrani In this study, a butyl methacrylate-co-ethylene dimethacrylate (BuMA-co-EDMA) monolith was synthesised using UV-initiated polymerization. The effect of the energy of the UV light (254 and 365 nm), and the time of exposure to the UV light (8-22 min) on fabrication of the organic polymer monolith were investigated. The results of this investigation showed that the most suitable wavelength for the photoinitiated polymerisation reaction in this study was 365 nm. In addition, the finding of this study suggests that the optimum time of exposure to the UV light in order to prepare a porous rigid monolith was 20 min. Control of the porous properties of the organic polymer monolith was optimised by adjusting the composition of the porogenic solvents. In this study, eight different binary porogenic solvent systems containing 50 % of main solvent (MeOH) and 50 % of co-porogen (EtOH, ACN, chloroform, hexane, tetrahydrofuran, 1-propanol, ethyl acetate, and cyclohexanol) were studied. The characterisation of the bed structures of the fabricated monoliths was carried out by SEM analysis, BET model, and measuring the porosity and permeability of the monoliths. The results of this investigation show that the optimal binary porogenic solvent system to prepare the poly (BuMA-co-EDMA) monolith was MeOH/EtOH, which offers high porosity and permeability. In addition, this study found that replacing EtOH with 1-propanol enables the fabrication of the organic polymer monolith with a higher surface area (56.89 m2 g-1).
A Study of Unlicensed Software Use in AsiaPacific published in

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Mr. Yashwant Waykar, Dr. S. S. Muley Unlicensed software is illegal, no patches, updates, technical support are available and most important are security issue. Unlicensed software can harbor particularly dangerous viruses and malware that can gain access to your information. There is a lack of understating within organizations about what they should be doing and how best to manage their software assets. There is also a lack of communication within organizations, as the reports state end users have every little understanding or idea of the processes around software. Things need to change. We just hope that the next report highlights reduction in unlicensed software and a better understanding from users and IT Managers of their software policies and processes. Asia pacific region is at top in unlicensed software use. The unlicensed software commercial value is rising continuously from 2007 to 2013. In near future if the awareness is not created among the organizations for licensed software use, the rate of unlicensed software use may touch 68 70 % & unlicensed software commercial value will reach up to $25000 Million.
Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease Rare Cause for Axillary Lymphadenopathy published in

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Dr. Elroy Saldanha, Dr. Reshmina C. C. D Souza, Dr. Erel A. I Diaz, Dr. Rithesh Joseph D Rsquo Cunha Background: Kikuchi's disease refers to histiocytic necrotising lymphadenitis more common cause for cervical lymphadenopathy. We present a case of bilateral axillary lymphadenopathy for 3 months duration who underwent biopsy confirmation for the same. Patient was treated symptomatically and with steroids. Discussion: Kikuchi's disease is a very rare disease and mainly presents with cervical lymphadenopathy. Unusual manifestations of isolated KFD include axillary and mesenteric lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, parotid gland enlargement, skin rashes, arthralgias, myalgias, aseptic meningitis, bone marrow haemophagocytosis and liver dysfunction. Differential diagnosis like malignant lymphoma, tuberculous lymphadenitis and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) has to be considered on such unusual presentations.
Value addition of mulberry silk waste/ wool blends to develop handloom fabrics published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NISHA VERMA, NEELAM GREWAL AND INDER JEET KAUR The present study was carried out to add value to silk waste by developing blended as well as union handloom fabrics to increase the fabric range. Blending of mulberry silk waste and 24 micron wool was done at the Gillbox stage and the yarns were spun on worsted spinning system. The blend proportion of 65s:35w considered optimum was spun into 30s and 40s metric count (Nm) yarns to make twill woven fabrics. Two fabrics were developed using blended yarns having 2/30 Nm warp and 30 Nm weft (S1) as well as 2/40 Nm warp and 40 Nm weft (S2) yarns. Two union fabrics (S3) and (S4) were also made using pure wool warp and developed blended yarns in weft, respectively. Fabrics S1 and S2 exhibited excellent drapability, significantly lesser (p <.05) bending length and flexural rigidity and higher abrasion resistance. Union fabrics S3 and S4 had excellent crease recovery, better dimensional stability, good thermal insulation, high breaking as well as tear strength. Fabric S4 exhibited more drapability, and less flexural rigidity. The cost of production with 65s:35w blended yarn was much lesser in comparison to the yarn made from 100 per cent mulberry silk waste whereas variability from other blends was found to be very less. The estimated cost of blended fabrics developed was Rs. 376.70 per meter whereas the cost of developed union fabric with 100 per cent wool warp and 65s:35w weft was Rs. 327.63 per meter. Such cost effective handloom blended and union fabrics have the potential to enhance domestic and export earnings of the handloom weavers
Implant failure within 3 days after plating of fracture shaft humerus published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Rakesh John Fracture shaft of humerus is a relatively common long bone fracture accounting for 10 percent of long bone fractures. But unlike other long bone fractures, the uniqueness of this fracture is that most fractures are managed conservatively rather than operatively. Excellent functional outcomes and high rates of bony union have been reported by numerous studies for conservatively managed fractures. Nevertheless, in the subset of fractures that require open reduction and internal fixation, plating is the gold standard among surgeries with 92 to 96 percent success rate. Implant backing out after plating is rare and causes can be mechanical, biological, poor surgical technique, excessive/insufficient construct stiffness etc. But backing out of a plate usually appears after repeated cycles of mechanical loading and is a gradual process. Presented here is a rare case in which the plate backed out within 3 days after surgery and a discussion regarding the causes of this drastic complication. Keywords: implant failure, fracture humerus
A COMPARITIVE STUDY ON PRE AND POST SALES SERVICE IN SHRIRAJ TVS, TRICHY CITY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N. Balamugesh, Dr. K. V. R. Rajandran Pre and Post sales service is a highly personal assessment that is greatly influenced by individual expectations.?is sales service tells how a customer feels about his satisfaction level in Shri Raj TVS. ?e outcomes of this project would give the Organization a clear understanding about the customer feedback as well as their satisfaction level and also to understand what the problems faced at Pre and Post sales service. With the help of this study report the organization come to know the customer feedback and make improvements in the required area. To be successful, organizations must look into the needs and wants of their customers. Pre and Post sales service is the state of mind that customers have about a company when their expectations have been met or exceeded over the lifetime of the product or service. ?e sample size of the Research Project is 105 and this is a random sample size which was taken from the customers of Shri raj TVS by Questionnaire as well as interaction in local language and result of the research project is most of the customers are satisfied about this Sales service in Shri raj TVS.
POTENCY OF BIOTHANOL PRODUCTION FROM THE BANANA Musa sp. WASTE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A. Bandjar*, Ivone Telussa, I Wayan Sutapa, Meistry N. van Bochove Research about production bioethanol from the bananas Musa sp. has been done. Production bioethanol from the starch/carbohydrate the bananas Musa sp. initiated by convertion process of the carbohydrate into glucose. Glucose product then fermented by yeast with variation weight there are; 10, 15, 20 g respectively, then fallowed by destilation and redestilation process to produce the pure ethanol. To analyze the degree of purity of ethanol carried of by HPLC (High Perfomance Liquid Chromatography). The result of the research showed that on variation of yeast 10, 15 and 20 g can produce ethanol are 74.50%, 70.12%, 66.31% respectively.
An Uneventful Pregnancy in A Patient With Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome, Following Radio-Frequency Ablation published in

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Dr Ambarisha Bhandiwad, Dr Surakshith L Gowda Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome or preexcitation syndrome is a condition which has an extra pathway for hearts electrical signals. Asymptomatic cases may not need any treatment, but if patient becomes symptomatic electrophysiological study to detect an extra pathway and radio frequency ablation following it is proven to be helpful in most of the cases. Previous asymptomatic cases can become symptomatic during pregnancy due to the physiological changes that occur during pregnancy and any tachyarrythmias in pregnancy should be considered seriously and evaluated because of potential life-threatening consequences to both mother and fetus. Here we are presenting a case who had undergone radiofrequency ablation and had an uneventful pregnancy following it.
GREEN SYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES USING PLANT EXTRACTS AND EVALUATION OF THEIR ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES published in

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V.GEETHA, S.DEEPA The present investigation has been carried out to evaluate the antibacterial activities of Silver nanopartilces synthesized from Azadirachta indica, Tridax procumbens and Aegle marmelos leaves against wound infection causing bacterial pathogens. Antibacterial activity was assessed by well diffusion method. The activities of the AgNps were measured by zone of inhibition and compared with a standard antibiotic Tetracycline. Among the various concentrations (10mg/ml) was found to be very effective. The synthesized AgNps were analysed by colour change, UV Vis spec and SEM. The Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles by the help of plants is a very cost effective, safe, nontoxic, eco-friendly route of synthesis which can be manufactured at a large scale.
SATELLITE IMAGE PROCESSING ON A GRID BASED COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
P.DEVABALAN? Providence of remotely sensed data promotes the challenges of how to process the data and how to analyze it as soon as possible. With accordance to Grid conformity heterogeneous computing sources, a Grid environment is built for the processing of remotely sensed images. In this study, CSF4 is taken as meta-scheduler in the collective layer in such a network environment. The message transmission is implemented by a protocol defined by a Grid middleware GRAM (Globus Resource Allocation Manager). SGE, LSF, and OpenPBS are used in the fabric layer of the Grid environment. As an example of remotely sensed image processing in the application layer, image smooth processing is achieved under the MPICH-G2 programming model. The relationship between the node number and time-consuming are analyzed. And the efficiency is shown by comparison between the parallel and serial processing under different node numbers and image sizes. These instructions give you basic guidelines for preparing papers for conference proceedings.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL SCREENING OF SOME NEW BENZOIMIDAZOLE BASED TRIAZOLES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Upendra Pingili, Lingaiah Nagarapu* Various novel 5-methyl-1-[2-(1-methyl-1H-benzoimidazol-2-yl)-phenyl]-1H-[1,2,3]triazole-4-carboxylic acid benzylidene-hydrazides (5a-f) have been synthesized through condensation from 5-methyl-1-[2-(1-methyl-1H-benzoimidazol-2-yl)-phenyl]-1H-[1,2,3]triazole-4-carboxylic acid hydrazide (4) by suing 2-(2-bromo-phenyl)-1-methyl-1H-benzoimidazole (1) as raw material and by involving 2-(2-azido-phenyl)-1-methyl-1H-benzoimidazole (2) and 5-methyl-1-[2-(1-methyl-1H-benzoimidazol-2-yl)-phenyl]-1H-[1,2,3]triazole-4- arboxylic acid (3) as intermediates. The chemical structures of the newly synthesized compounds have been established by IR, 1H & 13C- NMR, Mass spectral data and elemental analysis. Further, the title compounds were used to screen for their ability towards various antibacterial and antifungal organisms.
DATA MINING TECHNIQUES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF KIDNEY DISEASE-A SURVEY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M. Mayilvaganan*1, S. Malathi2 & R. Deepa Data mining is a vital role in several applications such as business organizations, educational institutions, and government sectors, health care industry, scientific and engineering. In the health care industry, the data mining is predominantly used for disease prediction. In India chronic kidney disease is one of the measure causes of death today. Data mining classifiers are used for prediction which can also be used in health area where a large voluminous data is generated. The healthcare industry are used the data mining techniques for predicting the kidney disease from the data set. So the different DM techniques used to identify the accuracy for the kidney related diseases.
VALIDATED UV SPECTROSCOPIC METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF LAMOTRIGINE IN BULK AND FORMULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Lohita*1, P. Jaya Preethi1, D. Naresh2, K. Swetha1, K. Saravana kumar1, V. Amrutha1 A simple, selective, accurate and precise UV method for analysis of Lamotrigine in tablet pharmaceutical dosage was developed and validated. The stock solution of 50?g/ml was prepared and concentrations ranging from 2.5-25?g/ml of Lamotrigine using methanol were prepared for linearity. Absorbances of these solutions were measured at 307.5nm. The linear regression analysis data for the linearity plot showed good linear relationship with correlation coefficient value, R2 = 0.998 in the concentration range 2.5-25?g/ml with slope 0.03747 and intercept 0.01846. The method was validated according to the ICH guidelines for linearity, range, accuracy, precision, LOD, LOQ, robustness, specificity and selectivity for both bulk powder and pharmaceutical formulation. Lamotrigine was determined for its assay in tablet dosage form with 98.72%. The accuracy of the method was validated by recovery studies for 75,100,125 % levels and was found to be significant and under specification limits, with % recovery 98.5- 101.2 (within acceptable range 98- 102%). The LOD for 250ng/ml value is 0.002 and LOQ for 750?g/ml value is 0.025. The method was found to be robust.
A REVIEW ON ROLE OF NOVEL SUPERDISINTEGRANTS IN PHARMACY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Patil Rohit, Dr. V.A Jagtap, Dr. A.V Patil, Dr. Surajj Sarode* Immediate release oral dosage forms, i.e., tablets and capsules, are most widely used drug delivery systems available because of its convenience of self administration, compactness and easy manufacturing. These products are designed to disintegrate in the stomach followed by their dissolution in the fluids of the gastrointestinal tract.Immediate drug release dosage forms disintegrate rapidly after administration with enhanced rate of dissolution. Superdisintegrants are used to improve the efficacy of solid dosage forms. This is achieved by decreasing the disintegration time which in turn enhances the drug dissolution rate. Superdisintegrants are generally used at a low level in the solid dosage form, typically 1-10 % by weight relative to the total weight of the dosage unit. The basic approach used in development tablets is the use of superdisintegrants like Cross linked Polyvinylpyrrolidone or crospovidone (Polyplasdone), Sodium starch glycolate (Primogel, Explotab), carboxymethylcellulose (Croscarmellose) etc. These superdisintegrants provide instantaneous disintegration of tablet after administration in stomach. The present review comprises the various kinds of Superdisintegrants like natural and synthetic which are being used in the formulation to provide the safer, effective drug delivery with patient's compliance. The various sources of superdisintegrants and their modification to improve disintegration property are also high-lighted.
A STUDY OF LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOUR OF PRINCIPAL OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN ROHTAK DISTRICT published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Meena Sharma The aim of the present study is to investigate the Lead ership behaviour of princi pal of senior secondary schools. Norma tive survey method was used. The sample was comprised of 10 principal and 10 Teachers of senior secondary schools from District Rohtak of Haryana. The investigator used the Leadership Behaviour Description Questionna ire popularly known as IBDQ developed by Stogdill and Hemphill (1963 ) for data collection. Findings of the study indicated that the leadership behavior of principal as perceived by them does not significantly differ to that of as perceived by their teacher s.
3D Soft Tissue Imaging: An Accurate and Economical Approach published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Dehis HM1*, El-Sharaby FA2, Mostafa YA3 Research work regarding 3 dimensional (3D) soft tissue imaging is very scarce, the reason behind that is that 3D imaging modalities are either invasive, or expensive, or lack accuracy to a great extent. Aim of the study: To develop a new, accurate and economical method for 3D soft tissue image construction to aid in the assessment of facial esthetics. Materials and Methods: Ten adult females were comprised in the current study. For each subject, a 3D video model was constructed based on facial measurements taken after patient positioning using custom made patient positioning assembly. To check the reliability of this method certain measurements were compared between the patients faces and the constructed 3D models. Results: Excellent agreement was found in all measurements except for the Inter-pupillary width and the Frontal prominence. Conclusions: The presented technique proved to be an accurate, reproducible and economic method for 3D model construction.
Financial Performance of Investment Banks: A Comparison published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Ihsan Ilahi, Raja Ahmed Jamil, Sibtain Kazmi Investment banks are the most important contributors in the economic development of a country. And they offer huge impact on capital and credit markets of the country. This study compared the financial performance of top ten investment banks on the basis of credit rating in 2014 for the period of 2009 to 2013. Financial ratios and financial measures were taken for the said purpose. Financial measures were based upon two indicators total asset and total equity. Financial ratios included return on assets ratio (ROA), return on Equity ratio (ROE), Admin Expenses to Profit before Tax Ratio, Cash and Cash Equivalent to Total Assets Ratio, and capital ratio. This study concluded that ranking of banks differs as the financial ratios change.
Hand Bones Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. M. A. Q. Ansari, Dr. A. Farheen Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma of bone is a rare tumor of vascular origin with borderline malignancy and pursues a clinical course intermediate between hemangioma and an angiosarcoma. Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma has been reported more commonly in soft tissues and viscera involving lungs and liver but less so in bones. The tumor is usually multicentric with a predilection for bones of a particular anatomical area. We describe a case of multicentric Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma of right hand. Roentgenographs revealed multiple lytic lesions involving the metacarpals and phalanges with impending pathological fracture. Histologically the tumor exhibited cords of epithelioid-appearing cells in a myxoid stroma and inflammatory cells with few mitotic figures. The patient was treated with primary surgical resection, curettage, bone grafting and K-wire fixation. Follow-up x-rays revealed good consolidation of bone graft with no signs of local recurrence.
NANOBIOTECHNOLOGY : An Emerging Research Field published in

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Dr. Mahendra Kumar Nanobiotechnology has multitude of potentials for advancing medical science thereby improving health care practices using many novel nanoparticles and nanodevices with an enormous positive impact on human health. In India, there are many institutes which provide facilities of research in this field. The concept paper discusses the present and future of Nanobiotechnology and its research aspects in India.
BRINGING PSYCHOANALYSIS BACK TO ACADEMIA - INTRODUCING THE PSYCHOANALYTICUM WUERZBURG published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Pierre-Carl Link, Alexander Schubmann, Max Walter Kinninger For the past years, psychoanalysis in German academia has been in constant decline, leading to a situation where psychoanalytic thinking is virtually non-existent in most curricula. To address this gap in academic teaching at the Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzburg, the Psychoanalyticum has been established to create a platform for a trans-disciplinary discourse about psychoanalysis, its theory, practise, tradition, and related subjects. In the present article, we introduce this novel model of academic teaching, together with its history, conceptual framework, and future orientation.
PROPOSED PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING INTEGRATED PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (IPMS) AT PT POS LOGISTIK INDONESIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Nadya Firstyani, Dermawan Wibisono The Logistics industry in Indonesia is still becoming a promising industry with growth amounting up to 14% to 14.7% in 2015. This is due to the commencement of the Asean Economic Community in 2015 and government action regarding logistics national system possess many opportunity especially for logistics player. Facing this condition, logistics player should prepare the competitive weapon to capture the opportunity. Company needs a performance management system which can translate its corporate strategy into operational action and thus allows competitive weapon creation. PT Pos Logistik Indonesia is considered as a new entrant in the logistics industry. It has even become a SBU since 2004, but it just had spun off into subsidiary about three years ago. Since its establishment, PT Pos Logistik only focuses on financial result. The KPIs that has been built in 2014 is only use framework to assess the level of corporate health which only focuses on: financial, operations, and administrative. Those measurements obviously won’t be able to provide measurement which represent company’s business excellence improvement because it didn’t integrated with company’s vision, mission, and strategy. Thus, there are need of new performance management systems which can integrate the measurement with company vision, mission and strategy. This final project aims to help PT Pos Logistik Indonesia to design new performance management system which can integrate the measurement with company vision, mission and strategy. Data was collected through deep interview with the company officers such as director of business solution and head of business development for primary data and using company’s past document and relevant literature study for secondary data. Results from data analysis was then used as basis to design performance management system. Integrated performance management system (IPMS) is chosen as the framework to solve the problem as this frame work is very complete yet easy to understand. IPMS consist of three perspectives: organizational output, internal process, and resources capability which are developed through four stages. IPMS implementation is expected to foster better performance since IPMS provide clear link between performance management systems with the company's business strategy so it can help company to obtain the opportunity for improvement. Keywords: Integrated performance management system (IPMS), Logistics, Performance measurement sytem
Construction algorithm for computing tooth thickness in the normal section in nominal contact point cylindrical transmission Novikova published in

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

Published by National Technical University "Kharkov Polytechnic Institute"
Matyushenko N.V., Fedchenko A.V., Kraevskaya E.A. The paper obtained the equation of the teeth of cylindrical gears with two lines Novikov gearing with longitudinal cycloidal form, chopped the cutting head. Tooth shape is the envelope of one-parameter family of the instantaneous position of the initial contour of the tool. Constructed an algorithm for calculating the thickness of the tooth. Figs.: 3. Refs.: 8 titles.
INFORMATION SOCIETY OF UKRAINE: GLOBAL TRENDS AND NATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES 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�
Sytkina Mariia functioning of society. Information and technological changes reflect current and future needs of society, consolidate its abilities and expand opportunities. Accordingly, the author considers that an assessment of information society in Ukraine and prospects of its future development is very relevant issues. Since this will be the driving force of the country's competitiveness in the global space, the source of new financial opportunities and economic prospects even in the current difficult economic and military situation. The article presents the results of analysis of the basic resource blocks of structure of information society in Ukraine, which is conducted by confrontation and comparison with trends of world analogues. According to the results, the author carries out evaluating the overall level of implementation of information society in the national space, identifies directions that serve as catalysts and outsiders of information, and suggests possible ways to improve the Information Society in Ukraine.
Distributing, Ensuring and Recovery of Data Stored in Cloud? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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Dr. B. F. Momin, Mr. Girish Bamane? Cloud Computing can be seen as buzzword these days. As sight to traditional systems where IT services are under the control of Limitations like computing, hardware etc and everything is in personal. The Cloud Computing moves all things like applications, databases, and huge data to the large data centres, where management of the data and services may not be trustful and reliable. So, new attributes are arriving to security, which are still not well understood. Here in this paper we are going to know about data storage security. To ensure the correctness of data stored in a cloud, we are going to propose a new scheme of distributed storage. In this scheme, we are verifying the correctness of data stored in the cloud and also identifying the storage server which is misbehaving or being compromised (data error localization). Though there are lots of methods are present to prevent the data modification also for the recovery of data, like data replication method, and parity generation. The scheme proposed in this paper is more efficient than others because it prevents data loss from single point to multipoint failure storage servers.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF COPPER (II), COBALT (II),NICKEL (II) AND MERCURY (II) COMPLEXES OF SCHIFF BASE DERIVED FROM 2-ACETYL-5-CHLORO THIOPHENE 5-AMINO-1,3,4-THIADIAZOLE-2-THIOL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Dr. Mohammed. Fakruddin Ali Ahamed* The biologically active Schiff base (imines) was synthesized by the reaction of 2-acetyl-5-chloro thiophene and 5-amino-1, 3, 4-thiadiazole-2-thiol in the presence of conc. Acid. The characterization of Schiff bases were carried out by using elemental analysis and VSM including IR, 1 H -NMR, EI-MS analyses. The Schiff bases were checked for biological screening and found that the compound with -SH group to be more biologically active than the compound with halo (-X) group. Jobs continuous variation method and Mole ratio method revealed 1:2 metal to ligand ratio, by chelation of metals Cu (II) Co (II),Ni (II), and Hg (II) with octa-dentate complexes were synthesized.
Study of Incidental carcinoma of gall bladder in benign gall bladder disease published in

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Dr. Md Mazharul Haque, Dr. Sandeep Kumar Jaiswal, Dr. Md Izhar Alam Introduction: With increased awareness among the patients and advancement in diagnostic techniques most of the diseases of gall bladder present to the clinician early and carcinoma of the gall bladder which has high mortality and very poor prognosis is usually diagnosed as an incidental finding on histopathological examination. Methods & Materials: Patients undergoing cholecystectomy for benign diseases at a private hospital in the kosi region of Bihar, India. Results: Out of 690 patients in whom cholecystectomy was done adenocarcinoma was detected histopathologically in 6 cases (0.87%). There was no suspicion of malignancy to any of them preoperatively. Conclusion: In the present study the rate of incidental carcinoma of gallbladder was 0.87%. The risk factors related to gall bladder cancer are cholelithiasis, advance age etc. Upon final diagnosis of adenocarcinoma of gall bladder the patients were referred to higher centre of oncology for further treatment. All the patients whose histopathological examination showed adenocarcinoma were operated for cholelithiasis. Therefore the diagnosis of cholelithiasis is an indication for cholecystectomy
Comparative Analysis on Bioelectricity Generation From Cow Dung, Vegetable and Fishery Waste Using Laboratory Designed Microbial Fuel Cell published in

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Navinraja P, Dharmar Manimaran, Dinesh R, Sivaramakrishnans. , Velavan S. Electrical energy demand in India has increasing, that makes there are researches about innovative technologies that more effective, efficient, and green environment. Environmentally friendly and sustainable energy production is coming to the forefront of both research and world issues. Water and wastewater treatment are also a top priority in the developing global community. Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are an alternative energy technology that has the capacity to simultaneously treat wastewater. This is focused because it is easy to operate, economic, stable and effective in use. In a country like India where tons of waste is generated daily can be used as such for this purpose without any modification or with little modification. The report comprises introduction to MFC, its materials used for construction and different designs which can helps to build MFC. This work explores the feasibility of replacing or supplementing methanogenesis with the emerging technology of microbial fuel cell (MFC). The research focused on the utilization of cow dung, fishery and vegetable waste that produce liquid and solid waste in large quantities which potentially contaminate the environment. One way to utilize waste from cow dung, fishery and vegetable could be done with MFC (Microbial Fuel Cell).
ESTIMATION OF PASSENGER CAR UNIT FOR HETROGENEOUS TRAFFIC IN VISAKHAPATNAM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dadi.Vasavi Swetha In developing countries including India, mixed traffic condition prevails on road and highways. Transportation grew to become the ‘economic’ backbone of any country. It assumes greater significance in urban context. There is a wide variation in the static and dynamic characteristics of dif ferent types of traffic. The method of accounting for traffic analysis in traffic stream is to convert all vehicles into a common unit known as passenger car unit (PCU). A number of factors have been identified affecting PCU values. In this study we are de aling with mainly three methods, which are Modified density method, Homogenization coefficient method and Time head way method. Modified density method assumes the homogeneous traffic and it is used by adjusting the method to handle heterogeneous traffic a nd is based on traffic entity and speed of the vehicle. Homogenization coefficient method depends on the size and speed of the vehicle whereas Time head way method depends on size, time head way and speed of the vehicles. Speed of the vehicle is calculated using spot speed studies by enoscope method. The PCU value for a vehicle is not a constant, it changes based on various parameters like speed, effective size of vehicle, road widths and from road to road and method applied for estimation of PCU.
SPEECH SYNTHESIS USING SYLLABLE FOR MARATHI LANGUAGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pravin M Ghate*1 & S.D.Shirbhadurkar Speech synthesis is the most significant applications in linguistic communication process. The Text to Speech structure is the undertaking of accepts the input sentence and converts the audible speech as output. The Marathi language may be a syllable based language. A syllable is the unit of language, which may be spoken independent of the adjacent phones. It consists of an interrupted portion of sound, once the word is pronounced. The task of proposed Text to Speech System for Marathi language includes syllabication, Letter-to-Sound rules and concatenation. Syllabication is that the method of distinguishing the linguistic unit units, that is presented within the given input. The Trainable Text syllabication algorithm is employed for deriving the syllables. The Letter to Sound mapping technique is employed for changing the text to phonemes. These phonemes square measure mapped with the waveform that may be a recorded sound file, which can be a variety of wave files. The recorded sounds are concatenated by Unit selection Speech Synthesis algorithm, which uses the massive databases of recorded speech. The efficient joining cost is required to be calculated for locating the best sequence of speech as synthesized output. Java Media Framework speak engine is employed to synthesis the speech. The proposed text to speech system founded on syllable unit for Marathi language is employed to boost the excellence of speech.
Outcomes of Varied Methods of Training on Selected Physiological Parameters Among Middle Distance Runners published in

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P. M. Sreejish, Dr. A. Kalebrajan The present study was designed to find out the outcomes of varied methods of training on selected Physiological parameters among Middle Distance Runners. To attained the purpose, forty five(N=45) men middle distance athletes from Sree Krishna College, Guruvayoor, Calicut University, Kerala, India, during the year 2013-2014 were selected as subjects. The subjects were divided at random into three groups of fifteen each (n=15). Group-I underwent Plyometric Training, Group-II underwent Intermittent Training and Group III acted as control. The experimental groups underwent the respective training for a period of 12 weeks (3 days/week), whereas the control remain as normal with the sedentary life. Physiological parameters such as Resting Pulse Rate and Breath Holding Time were selected, and it was assessed before and after the training period. Data were collected and statistically analyzed using ANCOVA. Scheffes post hoc test was applied to determine the significant difference between the paired means. In all the cases 0.05 level of significance was fixed. The resulting data revealed that 12 weeks of Plyometric Training group and Intermittent Training group were found to be benefitted in improving the Resting Pulse Rate and Breath Holding Time among Middle Distance Runner when compared to control. It is predominantly effective in Intermittent Training group than Plyometric Training group.
HYPOGLYCAEMIC EFFECT AND INTERACTIONS OF ANGIOTENSIN II TYPE I RECEPTOR BLOCKER (TELMISARTAN) WITH ORAL HYPOGLYCAEMIC AGENTS IN STREPTOZOCININDUCED DIABETIC RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Dr. Mohd Sajid Khan (M.D)* and Dr. Arvind Kumar Gupta Objective: To study the effect of angiotensin II receptor blocker on blood glucose level and possible interactions when combined with Oral hypoglycaemics in Streptozocin induced diabetic rats. Material & Methods: Present study performed in animal house of department of pharmacology G.S.V.M. medical college Kanpur with prior permission from Institutoinal animal ethics committee. Rats were divided into 9 groups & each group contains six rats. Diabetes was induced by a single intra peritoneal injection of streptozocin (STZ) at a dose of 60 mg/kg body weight dissolved in 0.01 M citrate buffer.Three days after STZ injection rats with blood sugar level more than 250 mg/dl were selected. Results: On comparison to diabetic control group (table 2) it was found that gliclazide exhibit significant hypoglycemia (P<0.05) throughout the period of observation, Metformin exhibit significant hypoglycemia (P<0.05) at 1 and 2 hrs, pioglitazone exhibit highly significant hypoglycemia (p<0.01) throughout the period of observation, Effect of Telmisartan on blood glucose level is significant (p<0.05) throughout the period of observation, table 9 and fig. 2, observations indicated that Telmisartan enhances the hypoglycemic effect of gliclazide significantly (P < 0.05).Table 11 and fig. 3, observations indicated that telmisartan enhances the hypoglycemic effect of metformin significantly (P < 0.05). Conclusion: From this study it is evident that ARBs may reduce the blood glucose level in normal and diabetic conditions. It was also observed that ARBs may also induce antihyperglycemic effect of oral antidiabetic drugs in experimental animal. It is therefore advisable to prescribe and use of ARBs with anti diabetic drugs carefully with necessary dose adjustment of doses to avoid adverse hypoglycemic episodes in diabetic individuals.
Intraperitoneal Rupture of Hepatic Hydatid cyst Following Blunt Abdominal Trauma published in

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Dr. Narendra Prajapati, Dr. Deshraj Choudhary,Dr. Shakil Memon,Dr. Bonny Shah,Dr. Ankit Patel,Dr. Ravi Myatra Peritonitis due to rupture of liver hydatid cyst secondary to blunt abdominal trauma can present with fatal consequences. Timely diagnosis and appropriate surgical management can be life saving. We report a case of ruptured liver hydatid cyst in the peritoneal cavity following trauma and its successful operative management in a preadolescent previously asymptomatic boy. Importance of detailed physical examination and early diagnosis by using appropriate radiological investigations is highlighted.
eral anaesthesia for removal; 84% were removed on an outpatient basis.15% had complications secondary to the foreign body; no mortalities were noted. Conclusion-Foreign bodies in ENT are more common in children.Appropriate and early intervention minimises complications.Prevention is essential by increasing awareness about its dangers. published in

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Dr. Mayank D. Chaudhari, Dr. Manoranjan Kuswaha, Dr. Maulik Bhadania, Dr. Meet Agrawal BACKGROUND: A heterotopic pancreas as the lead point of ileo-ileal intussusception is extremely rare. A heterotopic pancreas (HP), a developmental anomaly, is defined as pancreatic tissue found on ectopic sites without contiguity with the main pancreas. CASE REPORT: A 17-year-old previously healthy boy, presented to the emergency room with the complaint of severe abdominal pain for the last 6-8 hours. A preoperative diagnosis of ileo-ileal intussusception was made on ultrasound and an emergency exploratory laparotomy was done. At laparotomy an ileo-ileal intussusception was found and a polyp noted as a lead point. On histopathology this polyp was found to be heterotopic pancreas. CONCLUSION: HP remains a rare cause of small bowel obstruction. Its management remains no different to that of intussusception from any cause and the possibility of malignant disease should always be remembered when planning surgery.
Prospectus and Problems of Marketing Fish With Special Reference to Mettur Reservoir published in

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Dr. J. JOSEPHINE DAISY Fisheries Cooperatives are to provide employment to fishing community through fishing and marketing of fish. They have the mandate of preserving and developing the indigenous fish varieties and go for exotic varieties without affecting the ecological balance. They operate on a small scale and need the support of other development interventionists to go for large scale production, processing and marketing of fish and fish products. Wherever we have natural and artificial water reservoirs, we can go for fisheries cooperatives. Fisheries Cooperatives create employment, ensure food security, and provide a better way for preservation and use of precious water resources for multiple purposes. Though fishing is the breadwinning business of the entire population of Mettur taluk, Salem, Tamilnadu, it has not improved the standard of living of the local people. In spite of their hard work through out the year, they always fight for the existence and survival. In Mettur taluk, fishing is one of the major occupations. Due to lack of social awareness of the fish vendors, the development of business is not effective and they face a lot of problems. In this paper we are going to discuss about the prospectus and problem of marketing fish in Mettur.
A Case of Identification of the Importance of Communication Skills for IT Undergraduates published in

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K.T.S. Kasthuriarachchi From last few decades, the Information Technology has been influencing every aspect of a country, including: industrial, e-governance, social, educational and related others. Sri Lanka, with the intention of realizing knowledge hub, as one of its national visions, has no exception in front of the influence of the Information Technology. Accordingly, business process outsourcing sector has become a competitive industry to the national economy, supplying foreign exchange to the country, creating numerous employment opportunities, being an influencing force for countrys brain-drain. As a result, IT related academic and professional education sector became an intermediary industry to supply qualified people to the IT industry. However, meeting industry requirements and capabilities of graduates is found as not matched. It has discovered that, not only the knowledge that matters at the industry, graduates skills, attitudes, personalities play a considerable role for them to be succeeded in the industry. This research focuses on highlighting the communication skill requirements need to be excelled by IT undergraduates as successful IT professionals. Depending on the diverse nature of the research a mixed methodology including both qualitative and quantitative methods has been used.
Preparation and Characterization of Graphene/Poly M-Chloroaniline Conducting Polymer Composites published in

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Ashok Kumar Mishra, Gourisankar Roy In the present research program, we have described the synthesis of Poly metachloroanilinegraphene (PmClAn/RGO) nanocomposites were prepared via in situ bulk polymerization using two different preparation techniques. In the first approach, a mixture of graphite oxide (GO) and Poly (PmClAn)monomers (PmClAn) were polymerized using a bulk polymerization method with a free radical initiator. After the addition of the reducing agent hydrazine hydrate (HH), the product was reduced via microwave irradiation (MWI) to obtain R-(GO-PmClAn) composites. In the second approach, a mixture of graphite sheets (RGO) and PmClAn monomers were polymerized using a bulk polymerization method with a free radical initiator to obtain RGO-(PmClAn) composites. The composites were characterized by FTIR, XRD, SEM and conductivity. The results indicate that the composite obtained using the first approach, which involved MWI, had a better morphology and dispersion with enhanced thermal stability compared with the composites prepared without MWI.
Determination of Optical Birefringence of S-Benzylisothiouronium Complex Crystals using Channelled Spectrum Method published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

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P. Hemalatha 1*, S. Kumaresan 2, V. Veeravazhuthi 3. The channeled spectrum method was used for measuring the birefringence of an anisotropic material. Crystals of uniform thickness were placed between crossed polarizers and illuminated with a tungsten source. The resulting pattern was analyzed to deduce the birefringence and its dispersion across the visible spectrum. Cauchys two parameter formula was applied to fit the experimental data. The Cauchys coefficients A and B were obtained by solving the linear equations using MATLAB. The value of birefringence was also calculated.
RELEVANCE OF SEMEN SAMPLE IN SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
U. K. Kulkarni1, K.V. Kulkarni1, R. K. Pardeshi2 and D.V. Mane*3 Among all the crimes, sex related crimes are most barbarous and humiliating. Rape is considered to be the most obnoxious and gravest form to human right violation. A large number of cases received in forensic science laboratory involve sexual assault cases, making it necessary to examine the exhibits for the presence of seminal fluid. In the sexual assault cases, When the suspected or alleged accused is medically examined by the doctors on the request of investigating officer, collection of semen sample has been sent to FSL for the identification of blood group. This may cause wastage of time and resources of health and home department and delay in disposal of cases leading to backlog and huge burden on forensic analyst and police. So there is a need to debate and discussion with investigating officers and doctors about the relevance of semen collection of accused. The objective of this paper is to discuss the purpose and relevance of collection of semen of alleged accused and furthermore, this paper focuses on the primary data which is related to sexual assault cases.
Cumplimiento de la normatividad en la publicidad de medicamentos de venta libre en Colombia published in

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Daniel Pino, Jorge Bedoya, Mauricio Correa, Pedro Amariles Introduction: in Colombia, information about the compliance in the rules of advertising OTC drugs are limited. Objective: to establish the compliance of television advertising of OTC medicines in Colombia. Methods: in July 2012, the transfer of 2 national channels (Caracol and RCN) and 1 regional (Teleantioquia) was recorded, simultaneously, between 6:00 and 22:00 hours for two days a week and 2 day weekend or holiday, probabilistically selected using the Epi-info program V. 6.0. Results: In the national channels, of 378 ads (54 drugs), 31 (8.2%) of 3 drugs did not comply with regulation. Meanwhile, in regional channel, although there were 7 ads of 5 pharmaceutical products, advertising of OTC medications where not identified. Conclusion: in a little percentage (8%), television Ads OTC medicines on national channels do not meet current normative.
Evaluation and Comparison of the Effects of Three Different Medications on the Success of Smoking Cessation in Adults published in

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Seyhan Dulger, Mehmet Haksever, Ercan Gundogdu, Davut Akduman, Fevzi Solmaz Introduction: Although nearly half of smokers try to cease smoking every year, only 3% of them can achieve this goal by themselves. Presence of organized smoking cessation units where people considering to quit smoking can consult is a basic element of tobacco control work-up. Aim: In this study, patients whose initial visit to our center was in its first 6 months of service (February-July 2012) and have completed their 1 year of follow-up are evaluated retrospectively. Materials and Method: 174 patients who had referred to our center between February and July 2012 and made at least one visit of follow-up were included and studied retrospectively. Results: All patients underwent behavioral therapy. In addition to behavioral therapy, 94 patients (54.0%) were given varenicline tartrate, 63 (36.2%) were given nicotine replacement therapy (NRT), and 17 (9.8%) were given bupropion hydrochloride. 72 patients (41.3%) kept on being a non-smoker at the end of the first year (the success group) but 102 (58.7%) failed to do so (the failure group). No statistically significant difference was found between the success rates of the three medications Conclusion: Both behavioral support and, unless contraindicated, pharmacological treatment should be applied to patients willing to quit smoking. For this purpose, number of smoking cessation centers should be increased.
Anesthetic Management of a Patient with Polycythemia Vera for Nephrectomy published in

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Sethi S*, Kumari K Polycythemia Vera (PV) is a chronic myeloproliferative disease, characterized by erythrocytosis and hyperviscosity. A high proportion of PV surgeries are complicated by thrombosis (7.7%) or by a major hemorrhage (7.3%), increasing morbidity and mortality among these patients. We report a 28-year-old male patient with PV and renal cell carcinoma posted for nephrectomy. He was found to have a hematocrit of 68% on routine work-up. Preoperatively he was phlebotomized 4 times to decrease hematocrit to 48%. Perianesthetic considerations and anesthetic management of this patient are discussed. Pretreatment of PV with phlebotomy, adequate hydration, and recognition of thrombotic and bleeding problems decreases perioperative morbidity and mortality and are the keystones in the successful anesthetic management of such patients.
Comparative Performance of Apis Mellifera and Apis Cerana Under Punjab Conditions published in

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Jasvir Singh Dalio Study conducted on relative performance of Apis mellifera and A. cerana under Punjab conditions, revealed that as far as honey collection, pollen load, egg laying capacity, sustainability under adverse conditions (dearth period), ability to regain strength after deteriorating environmental conditions etc. were concerned, A. mellifera was the best performer as compared to other species. Phenomena of absconding and swarming was more in case of A. cerana while absconding was not observed and swarming was easily controllable in case of A. mellifera. Thus Italian honeybees were more suitable and beneficial as compared to A. cerana.
Comparative Study of Tympanoplasty Done by Temporalis Fascia and Fascia Lata Graft published in

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Study of Pollution Level in Yamuna River Due to Untreated Delhi Drains published in

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Suruchi, Sonia Ratnani, Shriniwas Gurjar, Manish The aim of this study is to reveal the status of pollution in terms of physico chemical parameters of the water of river Yamuna in Delhi due to untreated drains. The work analyses the effect of the two polluted drains namely Najafgarh and Wazirabad on the water quality of River Yamuna. The study incorporates the measurement of physico chemical parameters of these drains vis a vis water quality downstream of Wazirabad as these drains contributes 58% of the load pollution of the river Yamuna. Six sites including these two drains were chosen along the 22 km stretch of yamuna for assessing the water quality parameters such as pH, conductivity, TDS (Total Dissolved Salts), COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) and levels of ammonia. Amongst all the locations, Najafgarh drain proved to be the highest contributor of the pollutant as evident from the increased value of pH, TDS and other parameters. Hence the water at these sites without prior necessary treatment cannot be put to use for domestic, irrigation or any other purposes.
EFFECT OF VARIOUS ADDITIVES (LIME WATER AND SALINE) ON THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PLASTER OF PARIS IN ORTHOPAEDIC PRACTICE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Patrick Ugochukwu Agbasi * Osinachi Chidera Amuta Onyinye Ure Ihekandu Background: Plaster of Paris is used in medicine, arts and construction industry. And the problems associated with plaster of Paris includes increased time to set, water permeability and strength/hardness. Purpose: this research is undertaking therefore to assess the effect of lime water and saline on the physical properties/indices of Plaster of Paris (POP). Methods: The standard mixing ratio for POP and water is two parts of POP to one part of water by weight which was used as control. 25%, 50% and 100% saline were used to mix the POP. The same procedure was repeated with lime water and all the samples (test and control) were allowed to set for 5 days at room temperature. Results: showed that the bulk densities of 25% saline, 25% lime water and 50% lime water were significantly reduced when compared with control. The bulk density of 50 and 100% saline were significantly increased compared with control. There is also dose dependent decrease between 50% and 100% saline. The Apparent porosities of 50% and100% saline, 100% lime water were significantly increased but 25% saline, 25% and 50% lime water were significantly reduced compared to control. The hardness of 25% lime water was significantly increased while that of 100% lime water and 50% saline were significantly reduced compared to control. The values for 50% and 100% lime water and also 25% saline were not significantly affected. There is dose dependent reduction between 25 and 50% lime water when compared with 100% lime water. Conclusion: in the light of the above, addition of lime water in Plaster of Paris preparation will provide additional strength, decrease water permeability and at the same time, reduce its bulk density. All these advantages will improve casting in orthopaedic cases and construction industry.
Cloning and functional expression of zeta-carotene desaturase, a novel carotenoid biosynthesis gene from Ficus carica. published in

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J.M. Araya-Garay1*, L. Feijoo-Siota2, P. Veiga-Crespo2,3, A. Sanchez-Perez4, T. Gonzalez Villa2,3 Carotene desaturation, an essential step in the carotenoid biosynthesis pathway, is catalyzed by two enzymes, phytoene desaturase (PDS) and ?-carotene desaturase (zeta carotene desaturase, ZDS). Here we describe cloning and E. Coli expression of zds-Fc, a novel Ficus carica ?-carotene desaturase catalyzing dehydrogenation of ?-carotene into neurosporene and finally lycopene. The ?-carotene desaturase (ZDS) gene was amplified from the fig tree by rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE) and spanned a 1746 bp open reading frame (ORF), encoding a protein of 582 amino acid residues with a predicted molecular weight of 64kD. The N-terminal region of this polypeptide contained a putative transit sequence for plastid targeting. By phylogenetic and sequence analyses, zds-Fc showed high homology with previously described ?-carotene desaturases from higher plant species (Al-Babili et al. 1998; Cong et al. 2009; Matthews et al. 2003; Yan et al. 2011). Additionally, sequence analysis revealed a high degree of conservation among plant ZDSs. The deduced ZDS protein, designated FcZDS, also contains an N-terminus dinucleotide-binding, followed by a conserved region identified in other carotene desaturase sequences. These data, taken together, confirm our cloned zds-Fc as an integral part of the ZDS family of proteins.
Detection of Microalbuminuria by Measuring Urinary Protein To Creatinine Ratio Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients. published in

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BHAVANI K, DR. VANITHA GOWDA MN OBJECTIVE: Diabetic nephropathy is the commonest cause of Chronic Kidney Disease in India. Use of urinary microalbumin in screening is limited due to its high cost. The study aimed to determine optimal cut-off value of P:C ratio for the prediction of microalbuminuria. MATERIALS AND METHODS: 90 patients of type 2 diabetes with random urine samples showing - or (traces) with dipstick test for proteins, were included. Urinary Microalbumin, and total urinary Protien to creatinine ratio were done on random urine samples. RESULTS: 48 subjects had microalbuminuria and 42 subjects had normalbuminuria. Optimal cut-off value for PC Ratio for detection of microalbuminuria was >0.08 with a sensitivity and specificity of 78.83 and 97.62 respectively. CONCLUSION: Measurement of urinary total Protein to Creatinine Ratio is simple, inexpensive and showed strong positive correlation with the Albumin Creatinine Ratio AND may be more efficient and cost effective than using the albumin to creatinine ratio.
Model Analysis and Harmonic Analysis of Cantilever Beam by ANSYS published in

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Chandradeep Kumar, Anjani Kumar Singh, Nitesh Kumar, Ajit Kumar Vibration measurement and analysis on engineeringstructures has begun to gain popularity in engineering field. Technologydevelopments have created an increasing requirement for reliable dynamic analysis. In civil and mechanical engineering field, the behaviour of a structure at "resonance" is a key aspectof structural dynamic analysis. The natural frequency of vibration of a structurecorresponds to that structure's resonant frequency. Modal analysis has become a major alternative to provide a helpfulcontribution in understanding control of many vibration phenomena whichencountered in practice. Determining the nature and extent of vibration responselevels and verifying theoretical models and prediction are both major objectives.
Anticancer Activity of Acetone Extract of Quercus infectoria Olivier Fagaceae in 1,2 Dimethyl Hydrazine Induced Colon Cancer published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

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Roshni P S1, Ramesh. K G2* Quercus infectoria Olivier (Fagaceae) which contains abundant amount of hydrolysable tannins and traces of gallic acid, ellagic acid and sitosterol is reported to be effective in inflammatory bowel disease. In the present study, chemopreventive potential of acetone extract of Q. infectoria (AEQI) 450 mg/kg was assessed in 1,2-dimethylhydrazine (DMH) (20 mg/kg) induced colon cancer. DMH produced significant development of aberrant crypts (AC) and aberrant crypt foci (ACF) associated with loss of body weight and high mortality. Treatment of rats with AEQI not olnly prevented development of AC and ACF but also reduced mortality and loss of body weight. There was a significant increase in oxidative stress (increase in MDA, MPO, NO and decrease in SOD) as well as TNF ?, TGF ? and VEGF. Treatment with AEQI decreased not only oxidative stress but also oxidative stress and inflammatory factors. Our data suggest that Q. infectoria possesses potential anti carcinogenic activity against colon cancer. Decrease in growth factors and anti oxidant activity may be responsible for this anti carcinogenic effect.
Role of Insulin Aspart in Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis. published in

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Dr. Anurag Prasad, Dr. Anubhav Gupta Introduction: Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is an acute, major, life-threatening complication of diabetes. Recently, new analogues of human insulin aspart are used in treatment of mild to moderate diabetic ketoacidosis. AIM: To study the role of subcutaneous insulin aspart in management of diabetic ketoacidosis. Results: The mean duration of treatment until glucose concentration was <13.8 mmol/l (<25omg/dl) was not statistically different between patients treated with SC-1h (6.8 + 3h) and SC-2h (6.5+ 3h) or with IV regular insulin (6.9 + 4h). Similarly, the mean duration of treatment until resolution of ketoacidosis was not statistically different among treatment groups 10.3 + 3, 10.8 + 3 and 10.5 + 3 h respectively. Conclusions: Treatment with subcutaneous insulin aspart 1 hourly/2hourly represent a safe and effective alternative to intravenous regular insulin in mild to moderate form of diabetic ketoacidosis.
Naevus Lipomatosus Cutaneous Superficialis of Hoffman and Zurhelle- A Rare Case Report published in

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Dr. Lakshmipriya Gurusamy, Dr. Muhilan Jegadeesan, Dr. T. Rameshwari Naevus lipomatosus cutaneous superficialis is a rare benign, idiopathic hamartoma of the skin characterized by the presence of clusters of mature adipocytes in the dermis. This is classified into a classical form and a solitary form. The condition was first described by Hoffmanand Zurhelle. We report here a case of giantNaevus lipomatosus cutaneous superficialison the lower back in a bilateral band- like distribution in a 20 year old female.
Teaching Competency Among Teacher Trainees of Second Year D.t.ed Students published in

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Mrs. T. Jayagandhi, Dr. M. Suganthi The study has been conducted on a sample of 85 students to examine the level of teaching competency. The sample of the students has been taken of those students who are studying in second year D.T.Ed. Teacher trainees in District Institute of Education and Training, Madurai district. The random sampling technique was used in this study. The data was analyzed statistically by using mean, standard deviation and t test and the study revealed that there is no significant difference between teaching competency with respect to gender, age, locality, marital status, staying and parents educational qualification. And also the study revealed that there is significant difference between the teaching competencies with respect to parents income.
In vitro antioxidant activity studies of Artocarpus gomezianus published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.J. PRASHANTH1, D. SURESH*, V.H. POTTY1 AND P. SADANANDA MAIYA1 Extraction of fruits, aerial parts and roots from Artocarpus gomezianus were subjected for pharmacognostic analysis. Also these parts were subjected tohydro-alcohol (30:70) extraction by soxhlet extraction technique. The raw materials were dried and powdered and analyzed for various parameters. The moisture content was found to be in the range of 4.97 per cent to 11.09 per cent, extractive values - 14.92 per cent to 18.75 per cent, chloroform solubility 1.15 per cent to 6.99 per cent and water solubility ranged between 4.52 per cent to 5.77 per cent. Fluorescence analysis and ash values were also determined. Extraction yields with 30:70 solvents indicate the quantitative idea about some of the proximate components. The results are important in planning the extraction, phytochemical analysis and determination of their various beneficial biological activities. The study was undertaken to evaluate qualitatively for the contents of carbohydrates, glycosides, saponins, alkaloids, flavonoids, phenolics, tannins, Phytosterols, Triterpenoids, oils and fats present in the extracts from the Fruit, Aerial parts and Roots of Artocarpus gomezianus. The extracts when tested qualitatively for various phytochemicals, they found to contain carbohydrates, Glycosides, alkaloids, tannins, phytosterols and Triterpinoids. However, they do not contain saponins, oils and fats. Quantitative estimation of extracts for total phenols and total flavonoids reveals that most parts contain reasonably higher amounts. The results clearly demonstrate that the extracts can be considered for further studies which evaluate the biological activity such as antioxidant activities. Antioxidant assays such as Nitric oxide scavenging assay, Ferric ion reducing activity assay, ABTS free radical scavenging activity assay and total antioxidant assays were performed to ascertain the potency of the extracts. Fruit extract of Artocarpus gomezianus was found to have maximum ferric ion reducing property than other parts studied. Nitric oxide scavenging activity was found to be higher in fruit followed by aerial and root parts. ABTS radical scavenging activity of aerial part extract is found to be 5 mg/ml compared to the standard ascorbic acid with 4 mg/ml. The total antioxidant activity was found to be significantly high for the extract from fruit part than the extracts from aerial and root parts. It is clear from the studies that the extracts of aerial parts, fruits and roots possess potentially beneficial antioxidant activities. In view of their use in ancient medicine coupled with the recent understandings of these plant species, they may be considered for further exploration as they may yield very potent nutraceuticals.
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE TO CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS SATIVA) CAUSED BY THE ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE (MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA) published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
*1Iram Fatima, 1Shagufta Parveen, 1Amber Raza, 2Muhammad Arshad Hussain, 1Abida Hussain The root knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita cause serious damage in the crop fields in many countries. Cucumber (Cucumis sativa) is one of the crops that are badly affected by the root knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita). The present studies were conducted to assess the damaging effect of root-knot nematode on different parameters of Cucumber by relating infectious plants with non-infectious plants at different inoculums levels. The data was recorded after five weeks of plant germination from inoculated and non-inoculated plants pots. At a level of 500 J2s reduction in growth parameters was 7.833, 28.133, 11.1666, 2.166, 3.6, 1.3 while at the inoculum level of 2000 J2s reduction in growth parameters was 5.333, 17.833, 8.1666, 1.433, 2.4333, 0.9666. Results revealed that affect of M. incognita on growth parameters correlate directly with inoculums levels. However, inverse relationship was found between reproduction factor and inoculum levels. With the increase in inoculums level, the growth parameters were decreased, however, the nematodes population was increased.
Green Marketing & Green Washing: Opportunity & Challenges published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Neha Rani, Dr. Dinesh Gaba Today all the business houses and the consumers are conscious of the impact of global warming and pollution on environment. This paper aims at evaluating the opportunities and challenges of green marketing. It also aims at studying how green wash is a major threat to business today. The conclusion drawn are that green marketing is beneficial not only for business but for environment also. It should be taken as an opportunity for business but green washing must be avoided as it plays a negative role.
Education Level and Environmental Hygiene: A Correlative Study in Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup District, Assam published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Chumi Kalita, Prof. Sarbeswarkalita In the present study, an attempt has been made to focus on some aspects of environmental hygienic condition linking to the education level of the people of Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup district, Assam.Education level influences the environmental hygiene which then directly or indirectly influences health condition within the different communities inhabiting in the selected zones of the study area.A correlative investigation on educational level and some hygienic parameters has been incorporated in this study that reflects that thehygienic status is not very conducive to health in the study area.Results of the present study reveal the fact that the environmental hygienic status of people with the higher education level is satisfactory in comparison to the people with lowest educational standard.
Tobacco smoking impact on pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A (PAPP-A) levels in the blood serum of women in first trimester of pregnancy published in

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Magdalena Pasinska, Anita D Auml Browska, Ewelina Lazarczyk, Anna Repczynska, Grzegorz Przybylski The purpose of this paper was to estimate levels of pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A (PAPP-A) in serum blood of smoking and non-smoking women in the first trimester of pregnancy, taking into account its duration, and also age and body weight of pregnant women. Study group consisted of 4473 patients aged 18 to 47 with unifetal pregnancy who underwent first trimester non-invasive screening though blood serum tests. Biochemical parameter levels measurement was conducted through a fully automated immunofluorescence method. We observed that PAPP-A MoM value for a smoking woman was on average 16.0% lower in comparison with the results of a non-smoking woman of the same weight with the standard error 3.5%. Smoking cigarettes by pregnant women decreases PAPP-A MoM level by 16.0% on average in comparison with the results of a non-smoking woman of the same weight
THE MEDIATING ROLE OF UNIVERSITY INDUSTRY COLLABORATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT, INFRASTRUCTURE AND PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITIES IN KENYA. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
James M.Kilika, PhD; Peter O. K’Obonyo, PhD; Martin Ogutu, PhD and Justus M.Munyoki, PhD There have been calls to universities in developing countries to strengthen their linkages with the industry. These calls have based their premise on enhancing the performance of the universities. Empirical evidence to support the calls has been minimal given that little research has been done in Africa on this phenomenon. This paper adopted a human resource development perspective to explain the role of the phenomenon of University-Industry – Collaboration (U-I-C) in the performance of universities. The study was done in Kenya drawing its respondents from 16 universities both government and private sponsored. Data was obtained from 130 respondents from a broad range of managers in various units of the universities. The results indicate that the Human Resource Development (HRD) Infrastructure for the universities in Kenya is at the level of importance (Mean=3.7;s.d=0.99), U-I-C is at a high level (Mean=3.7; s.d=1.04) and performance is rated at a moderate level (Mean=3.5;s.d=0.99). The results on the test of the two hypotheses of the study indicate that HRD Infrastructure is positively related with university performance and that it explains % of the variation in the university performance. Further, U-I-C partially mediates the relationship between University HRD Infrastructure and Performance. The study concludes that U-I-C is relevant to universities in Kenya since the strength of the relationship between University HRD Infrastructure and performance depends on the phenomenon of U-I-C. While the findings are considered to provide the needed empirical support for the adoption of U-I-C among universities, they raise implications both to the management of universities in Kenya and the multidisciplinary theory supporting HRD practices in organizations. Keywords: HRD, Infrastructure, Performance, SHRD, SHRM, U-I-C and Universities.
Adsorption Studies on the Removal of Chromium (VI) from Wastewater Using Activated Carbon Derived from Water Hyacinth published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
P. Santhosh and C. Dhandapani In this study, Cr(VI) is removed from Wastewater using activated carbon derived from water hyacinth as an unconventional adsorbent. The aquatic plants commonly referred as aquatic weeds found in rivers, lakes and water logged areas pose a number of problems in water resource utilization. This work deals with one such weed water hyacinth which was selected to prepare activated carbon. The physical and chemical characteristics of the activated carbon prepared were determined. The study determines the parameters that influence adsorption process such as pH, initial metal ion concentration, contact time and adsorbent dosage. The suitability of Freundlich and Langmuir models was investigated for each chromium sorbent system. The Lagergrens constants were calculated for different initial concentrations of metal ions.
Linguististic Ecological Problems in The Kazakh Language published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dyusupbaeva Karlygash Sovethanovna, Sapina Sabira Minatayevna, Jolchibekova Kulandam Jumagulovna, Nurkanova Zhamal Talkanovna In this article the authors regarded the certain Kazakh language ecological problems in linguistics, which are considered to be a new branch of science in the Kazakh society. The authors pay much attention to the main issues of linguistic ecology, identifying its purpose and objectives, analyzing some research made in this field on the basis of the Russian and Kazakh linguistics. This article shows the importance of preserving of the linguistic ecology for the Kazakh language.
Anxiety and Panic in Reichian Analysis published in

International Body Psychotherapy Journal

Published by EABP / USABP
Genovino Ferri Having underlined evolutionistic aspects, the constituent moments of the fear phenomenon in a descriptive interpretation are evaluated, as well as clarifying the original roots of the words, which sink their definitions into corporal expression. The anxiety disorders are reviewed later, from a clinical perspective, linking them to significant epidemiological data which is useful in order to classify them threedimensionally in negentropic-filogenetic time. This interpretation will lead onto a clinical-analytical proposal for three-dimensional classification (The Tree of Fears) on the negentropic-ontogenetic arrow of time. The work will conclude with the description of analytical-therapeutic lines on the subject from the Italian School of Reichian Analysis (SIAR) itself. Abstracts of this article are to be found on the EABP website in the following languages: Albanian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish. http://www.eabp.org/publications-journal.php
Solid particle erosion of HVOF sprayed (35WC-Co/NiCrBSi) coating at higher temperature published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Raghavendra Naik K, Kumar R K, Saravanan V and Shekhar Kumar M High temperature erosion is generally encountered in boiler components in thermal power plants, especially in superheater, reheater, and economisers parts, where in fly ash particles attack the boiler components and cause high temperature erosion phenomena. It is known as fly ash erosion. The erosion behavior at elevated temperature is much different from that of room temperature erosion as there would be a higher erosion loss encountered at higher temperature due to higher plastic deformation as well as weak bonding between grains/particles. It is therefore imperative to study in depth the erosion wear assessment both at room temperature as well as at elevated temperature in the laboratory. This paper investigates thermal sprayed coatings produced by the high velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) to improve the material performance under such conditions. 35 WC-NiCrBSi HVOF sprayed coatings were tested under high temperature (up to 700 oC) erosion by means of an apparatus that simulated real conditions. The results showed that under these tests conditions the 35WC-NiCrBSi coating worn about 1.4 times less than bare SS-310 steel at room temperature and 300o C Temperature, while at 700o C35WC-NiCrBSi worns about 2 times higher than bare SS-310 steel at 90o impact angle. This shows 35WC-NiCrBSi erosion sensitivity at higher temperature.
Percutaneous Injuries Amongst Dentists of Ahmedabad City: A Questionnaire Survey published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Akash Azad, Niraj Kinariwala, Rupal Vaidya, Shraddha Chokshi. Aims: To investigate amongst endodontists the incidence of percutaneous injuries, the circumstances associated with them, the therapeutic measures taken after the injuries and their compliance with infection control measures. Materials and Method: Information on percutaneous injuries and infection control practices were gathered from one hundred and forty endodontists through a questionnaire form. Data was analysed using independent samples t-test. The level of significance was set at p?0.05. Results: Endodontic files were associated with 66% of the injuries and fingers were injured in 75% of the most recent cases. Medical assistance was sought in 36% of the most recent injuries. Endodontists, who always or usually practiced 4-handed endodontics (p?0.007) as well as those not performing surgical endodontics (p?0.007) reported significantly fewer injuries. In 91% of the participants, a complete hepatitis B virus vaccination was reported. Gloves, Double gloves, Long sleeve labcoat and puncture-resistant containers for disposal of sharp instruments were always used by 92.6%, 58%, 19% and 63.4% of the respondents respectively. Conclusion: The practice of four-handed endodontics was associated with reduced number of percutaneous injuries but the performance of surgical endodontics increased their incidence. Also the endodontists showed a high level of compliance with infection control measures.
DPP 4 INHIBITORS: A NEW ERA OF TREATING TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jadav H*, Lad K, Jadav P Type 2 diabetes is a complex metabolic disorder, comprising altered insulin sensitivity and impaired insulin secretion. Now-a-days various treatments are available for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Inhibition of dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (DPP-4) is a novel treatment for type-2 diabetes. In recent years, various DPP-4 inhibitors have been released as therapeutic drugs for type 2 diabetes. These agents inhibit thedegradation of the incretins glucagon -like peptide-1 (GLP-1) and glucose-dependent insulinotropicpolypeptide (GIP) and hence potentiate glucose-dependent insulin secretion.They are well-tolerated with no weight gain and few adverse effects, and, of particular interest, no increase in hypoglycemic episodes.DPP-4 inhibition is suggested to be a first-line treatment of type-2 diabetes, particularly in its early stages in combination with metformin. Several DPP-4 inhibitors are in clinical development, and many are already available in the market like sitagliptin, vildagliptinetc. some of them have patents for chemical entities for inhibiting DPP 4 enzyme in vitro and in vivo. However, further studies are needed to validate both longtermb-cell preservation and the role of these agents in the management of diabetes.The present review gives an inside out of the DPP IV inhibitors, novel drugs in clinical trials, patents and combination therapy with other anti diabetic drugs.
The Relevance of Information Technology in the Context of Food Security and Environmental Degradation as a Global Issue published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Angana chakraborty, Ananya Banerjee Contribution of livestock towards global food security cannot be denied, but environmental issues associated with livestock production needs immediate attention. Application of innovative approaches in nutrition, breeding, management, and knowledge of information technology are required to be adhered to reduce emissions from animal facilities. The compassion in world farming suggests that policy makers should look afresh at the whole issue of how we should rear animals for food in ways that protect the nutritional needs of people, the livelihoods of farmers, the welfare of farm animals and the global climate and environmental degradation.
Implementation of Hybrid Zonal Routing Protocol with Neighbor Coverage for reducing Routing Overhead in MANET published in

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Ms. Mayuri Karlewar, Prof. Apeksha Sakhare Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET) has been the research area since past few years. It is a network where all the nodes are assembled together without any centralized server. Broadcasting is very efficacious and rudimentary data dissemination mechanism where each source node forwards the packets towards destination via nodes present in the network. Broadcasting in MANETs posses various challenges due to varied and random characteristics of medium as well as due to fluctuations in strength of a signal and propagation with respect to time and environment bandwidth congestion, packet collision problem. In this paper, we have implemented the combined work of Zonal routing protocol with neighbor coverage based probabilistic rebroadcast protocol (NCPR), where NCPR is used for route discovery mechanism in order to reduce routing overhead problem as well as the latency. On combining NCPR with ZRP the number of retransmissions are significantly decreased thus improving the routing performance.
IMAGE SENTIMENT ANALYSIS USING DIFFERENT METHODS: A RECENT SURVEY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Ms. Sonali B Gaikwad*, Prof. S. R. Durugkar Visual Contents such as images and video does not only contain objects, location and actions but also cues about affect, emotion and sentiment. Such information I very useful to understand visual content beyond semantic concept presence thus making it more explainable to the user. Images are the easiest medium through which people can express their emotions on social networking sites. Social media users are increasingly using images and videos to express their opinions and share their experiences. Sentiment analysis of such large scale visual content can help better extract user sentiments toward events or topics, such as those in image tweets, so that prediction of sentiment from visual content is complementary to textual sentiment analysis. Significant progress has been made with this technology, however, there is little research focus on the picture sentiments. This paper proposes a novel approach that exploits latent correlations among multiple views: visual and textual views, and a sentiment view constructed using SentiWordNet
Study on Modelling of Site Quality Evaluation and Its Dynamic Update Technology for Plantation Forests published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Yanrong Guo, Yanyun Han, Baoguo Wu and Yang Liu Differential site index models were constructed using both the algebraic difference approach (ADA) and the generalized algebraic difference approach (GADA) in this study to evaluate the site quality of forest land without the site index table. Data related to China fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata (Lamb.) Hook.) were selected to fit the differential site index models and then the optimal model was chosen. The optimal model was determined using an accuracy test and residual analysis, and then the dynamic update technique of the optimal model was studied by MATLAB and .NET. The results showed that Richards differential site index model (SI = 19.171 (Ht /19.171)ln(1-exp(-0.06720))/ln(1-exp(-0.067 At))) had the best prediction performance. The ADA and GADA could be used to evaluate site quality without the site index table and the differential site index model could provide prompt dynamic updates.
IMPLEMENTATION OF FFT ALGORITHM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mitul Mehrotra*, Geetika Pandey, Mandeep Singh Narula Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) is a fast and efficient way of computing Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT). FFT is one of the exquisite and ubiquitous operations in the field of digital signal processing. Moreover, it is one of the critical components in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) [5] systems. FFT can be of two types, namely: Decimation in time (DIT) FFT and Decimation in frequency (DIF) FFT. For most of the real life situations like audio/image/video processing etc., DIT-FFT has an advantage over DIF-FFT since it does not require any output recording. In this paper, an efficient algorithm to compute 8 point FFT has been devised in which a butterfly unit (stage-I) computes the output and then feeds those outputs as inputs to the next butterfly units (stage-II/III) so as to compute the overall FFT.
Dexmedetomidine: A simple, easy, and economical adjuvant for general anesthesia published in

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Dr. Anita B. Patel, Dr. Lisa Abraham CLINICAL REASECH ARTICAL Dexmedetomidine (Dex), a specific ?2-adrenergic agonist, has sedative,analgesic and anxiolytic, properties This study examined the effect of dexmedetomidine on sedation, hemodynamic values, anesthetic consumption, and recovery from anesthesia. Forty-two female patients undergoing gynaecologic surgery were randomly assigned to receive IV Dex(1g/kg: Dex group) or saline (control group) over 10min before anestbetic induction. After tracbeal intubation, anestbesia was maintained with sevoflurane, o2 (50%) N2o(50%). Mean arterial pressure(MAP) and heart rate(HR) after intubation were increased in Control group, but did not change in the Dex group. The HR of the Dex group was lower compared to that of the Control group during maintenance; no difference in MAP between the groups. End-tidal concentration and total cumulative consumption of sevoflurane were lower in the Dex group than in the control group. Recovery profiles, postoperative nausea, voming, and visual analogue pain score were not significantly different between the groups. In conclusion, single infusion of Dex(1 g/kg) is a simple, easy and economical adjuvant for general anesthesia. Dex maintains stable hemodynamics and decreases anestbetic consumption without changing recovery profiles.
Role Stress Among More and Less Experienced High School Teachers of Western Uttar Pradesh published in

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Prem Pal Singh, Dr. Rajive Kumar This study attempts to assess the Role Stessin relation to experience among High School Teachers of Western Uttar Pradesh. A sample of 300 teachers was randomly selected from different Govt. Aided Schools of Western Uttar Pradesh. They were administered Role/Occupational Stress Questionnaire developed by By Samuel H. Osipow and Arnold R. Spokane. It was constructed around six dimensions of Role Stress. Mean, S.D.,and t-test were used to analyze the data. Results show that the more and less experienced high school teachers differed significantly on total role stess and its dimensions role overload, role ambiguity and responsibility. Less experienced teachers are more stressed than male teachers on total role stress as well as due to role overload, role ambiguity and responsibility
Residual fate and persistence behaviour of a mixed herbicide formulation (pyroxsulam 4.5% OD + sulfosulfuron 75% WDG) in wheat plant and field soil published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.M. NAIK, B.M. TANDEL AND N.M. CHAUHAN Professionalism is essentially a function of modernization in which co-operatives have to emerge as strong business enterprises so as to emerge triumphant amidst the winds of change in the economy. As they have matured as organizations, there is a corresponding need to infuse adequate doses of professionalism in their functioning. They will have to manage change through scientific behavioural tools and innovations. They will have to discard their old norms of functioning, imbibe a new culture and sharpen their powers of resilience so as to march ahead in this tumultuous era. In this pursuit, professionalism competence of co-operatives should come to the force. In order to assess the amount of contribution (influence) of each independent variable to the dependent variable; the effect of other was held constant. Efroymsons (1962) stated that stepwise regression is one such method which has been widely adopted in multiple regression analysis. Out of all independent variables, the professionalism in management of sugar co-operative sector was affected and predicted by four independent variables, namely, knowledge about principles of co-operation, group motivation, family size and perceived benefits of co-operatives and which had together contributed to 63.58 per cent of the total variation in the perception of professionalism. The findings are suggestive of the fact that the farmers having more knowledge about principles of co-operation, higher group motivation, family size and more perception regarding benefits of co-operatives were found to have more perception of professionalism in management of sugar co-operative sector.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EGATLOV MEASUREMENT IN ISOLATED ADIPOCYTES CELLS FROM OBESE TYPE TWO DIABETIC PATIENTS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hasan F.Al-azzawie1*, Nabaa S.Ibadi1 and Mohammed F.Al-Kotobe2 Obesity is associated with several chronic conditions such as atherosclerosis and hypertension. All of these are risk factors that contribute to metabolic syndrome, which in turn can lead to cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. In this study, we aimed to measure the voltage of adipocyte cell membrane and to show the relationship between its measurements with insulin resistance and serum levels of adiponectin, an anti-inflammatory adipokines, in obese type 2 diabetes compared with non diabetic obese subject. Serum concentrations of adiponectin, insulin, and glucose were measured in 50 obese men (BMI > 29) with type 2 diabetes, aged 37 to 53 years and having a body weight of 80 to 100 kg. Insulin resistance index values were calculated using measurements of fasting glucose and insulin levels. Using Pearsons correlation test, the relationship of serum adiponectin concentration with insulin resistance, serum glucose, and insulin levels, was determined.The results showed a significant inverse relationship between adiponectin concentration and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetic patients (p = 0.000, r = -0.59). In addition, a significant relationship was observed between fasting glucose and adiponectin levels (p = 0.005). The relationship between insulin and adiponectin levels was not significant (p = 0.196). Our findings indicate that the concentration of adiponectin, an anti-inflammatory and antidiabetic marker, is a precise insulin resistance predictor in obese patients with type 2 diabetes.There was a significant difference in voltage value of adipocyte cell membrane isolated from diabetic patients (-34.05mv) compared with (-61.140 mv) in healthy group and these value negatively correlated with insulin levels(r= - 0.67,P<0.001).
Management of Nickel Contaminated Soil and Water Through the use of Carbon Nano Particles published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Gopal Rathor 1, Tapan Adhikari 2 and Neelam Chopra A laboratory experiment was conduct to determine the effect of Carbon Nano Particle (CNP) for the management of nickel pollutant in soil and water. Usage of carbon in nanoparticle form seems quite efficient. It has been found that Ni concentration is reduced to 75-92% in the nickel polluted soil when the soil is treated with carbon nanoparticle (250mg/10gm of soil) while nickel decontamination in water was reduced to 99.6% after treatment of carbon nanoparticle (500mg/20 ml of polluted water).It was also seen that rate of nickel decontamination increases with the increase in Ni concentration. Ni contamination also decreases the pH of water but when carbon nanoparticle is applied, it not only decontaminates water but also maintains the pH of water to normal level.
Association of socio-personal factors with the self-esteem of infertile women published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NIHARIKA JOSHI AND TEJPREET KANG Infertility is a global health challenge which is rising and is rearing its ugly head particularly in developing countries. Though this problem is not life threatening, but the intense mental agony and trauma associated with it can only be described by infertile individual. Infertility has as strong impact on the self-esteem which is an individuals sense of self worth. Self-esteem is a construct which is often influenced by social and personal factors of the individual. The present study was undertaken to study the association of socio-personal factors with the self-esteem of infertile women of Ludhiana district. The study was based on a sample of 180 infertile women (90 rural and 90 urban). Self-esteem was assessed by using self-esteem inventory developed by coopersmith and socio-personal profile was assessed by a self- structured interview schedule. Results revealed that socio-personal factors like age, educational qualification, occupational status, family type, duration of infertility are significantly associated with the self-esteem of the respondents
Corporate Social Responsibility -A case study on the initiatives of ITC in Karnataka published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Ranganadhan CSR is a sustainable process which helps balance the three pillars, called as Triple bottom line (TBL) of sustainable development- Economic growth, Social development and Environmental protection. Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large. Formal framework for social spending by corporate comes in force from 1st April 2014 by Companies with net worth over 500 crores or turnover of over 1000 crores or net profit of 5 crores. Two per cent of average profit of previous three years needs to be spent for social cause. The present communication details the various initiatives by ITC as a part of its social responsibility in rural India and Karnataka in particular. The investments seen from the study are in natural resource management, improving the economic conditions, addressing gender issues and generating rural employment on sustained basis.
Study of Morphology of Placenta in Pregnancy Induced Hypertensive Mothers published in

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Dr. Nisha Gajbhiye, Dr Sachin Gajbhiye Placenta is one of the most challenging organs, any insult to placenta during the developmental stage affects the morphometry of placenta which in turn affects the growth of fetus in-utero. Hypertensive disorders complicating pregnancies are common, now a days, responsible for 5-8% of all maternal deaths. In the present study, 80 placentae, 40 from normotensive pregnancies (control group) and 40 from pregnancies induce hypertension (study group) were studied. The parameters studied were mean placental weight, volume, diameter, average thickness, no. of cotyledons, presence of infarction, calcification and site of attachment of umblical cord, no. of blood vessels in cord were noted. Study revealed that, there is significant reduction in placental weight, volume, diameter, thickness of placenta in study group and also increase in number of colyledons, but statically insignificant.
COMPARATIVE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF ACM E AND SQUARE THREAD SCREW JACK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof. Mrs. Vaishali Kumbhar , 2 Prof. Kalpesh M . Sarode , * 3 Prof. Dayanand More A screw jack is a device used to lift the vehicle above the ground level in order to ease repairs. A power screw is designed to translate radial motion to linear motion. Many users are familiar with manually operated car jack which still included as standa rd equipment in cars. A car jack is an important device in vehicle to change flat tire in our journey. Every year near about 160 injuries are associated with car jacks. The correct use of jacks can prevent the accidents and injuries. Improvement in Design of car jack is really important to make the tool more efficient and user friendly with high safety features. The objectives of this project work is to critically analyze and compare between ACME and SQUARE threads from stress and strain perspective in order to improve the performance from safety and durability point of view for developments in the field of thread design. In this project selection of two different types of screw threads namely Square and Acme threads. The square threads are named after their square geometry. They are the most efficient power screw, but also the most difficult to machine, thus most expensive. The Acme threads are machining with multipoint cutting tool on thread milling machine, it is an economical operation. Acme threads have more thickness at core diameter than of Square threads therefore a screw with Acme threads is stronger than e quivalent screw with Square threads. Assumptions made in designing a Power screw are the total load is distributed among the threads i.e. of car jack of capacity 1.5 to 3 tones threads are in direct shear, various stresses in screw like tensile or compress ive in the body of the screw due to an axial load. Thus, the different type of screw threads is designed as per the dimensions, experimental calculations and analyzed using Abaqus FEA software. Model developed is to be validated using experimental and anal ysis calculation
Rare case of interhemispheric epidermoid in relation to corpus callosum: A case report published in

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Yadav Kk, Kumar S, Verma Sk Intracranial epidermoids are developmental lesions reported in literature as case reports only. Of intracranial epidermoids interhemispheric epidermoids are still rarer lesions and only 34 cases have been reported in literature till date. We report a case of interhemispheric epidermoid in relation to corpus callosum in a 50 year old male who had presented with generalized tonic clonic seizures of twenty years duration. Neuroimaging revealed the lesion in relation to posterior third of corpus callosum. The lesion was completely removed through posterior interhemispheric approach. Post operatively patients anti epileptic medications have been stopped and he is seizure free for the last 27 months.
Anesthetic Management of Hemophilia C in a Patient with Recurrent Intra-abdominal and Retroperitoneal Liposarcoma using ROTEM published in

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William J. Beeston*, Alix Zuleta-Alarcon, Ritu Kapoor, Agbenyefia Priscilla, Antolin S. Flores Intraoperative coagulopathies can be complex and difficult to treat. Its management is further obfuscated in patients with pre-existing bleeding disorders. Hemophilia C, is an autosomal recessive bleeding disorder. Like in most hemophilias, the bleeding tendency is variable depending on the activity level of factor XI. However, because hemophilia C is less common than other coagulopathies, it is usually recognized only after inappropriate bleeding often overcorrected with blood products, exposing the patient to further risks. The purpose of this report is to describe the role of rotational thromboelastometryin the anesthetic management of a patient with hemophilia C undergoing debulking of a recurrent intra-abdominal and retroperitoneal liposarcoma.
Preparation and Spectral Characterization of New Azo Imidazole Ligand 2-[(2`-Cyano Phenyl) Azo]-4,5-Diphenyl Imidazole and its Complexes with Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg (II) Ions published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Waleed A. Mahmoud* Abid Allah M. Ali** Tamara A. Kareem*** The preparation and spectral characterization of complexes for Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), Zn(II) and Hg(II) ions with new organic heterocyclic azo imidazole dye as ligand 2-[(2`-cyano phenyl) azo ]-4,5-diphenyl imidazole ) (2-CyBAI) were prepared by reacting a dizonium salt solution of 2-cyano aniline with 4,5-diphenyl imidazole in alkaline ethanolic solution .These complexes were characterized spectroscopically by infrared and electronic spectra along with elemental analysis molar conductance and magnetic susceptibility measurements. The data show that the ligand behaves a bidantate and coordinates to the metal ion via nitrogen atom of azo and with imidazole N3 atom. Octahedral environment is suggested for all metal complexes.
DESIGN OF A HEARING AUXILIARY FOR BILATERAL HYPOACUSIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ing. Alan Castañeda Ramírez*1 & Dra. Fatima Moumtadi*1 In this work a box type hearing aid was designed as a convenient and low cost alternative for people with bilateral hearing loss. The hearing aid will be equipped with the following stages: a microphone to receive the acoustic signals, a preamplifier with automatic gain control to protect the user from excessive sounds, a 3-band equalization (bass, mid and treble) for each ear canal, a volume control for each and finally a 3.5mm jack output for the user to equip this device, with the headphones of his choice.
COMPARISON OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE 2 MCG WITH CLONIDINE 50 MCG ADDING TO 12.5 MG OF 0.5% HEAVY BUPIVACAINE FOR SPINAL ANAESTHESIA IN LOWER ABDOMINAL SURGERIES. published in

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Sara I.I.Al-Taie and Ali M.H.Al-Tamimi The current study was investigated effect hydrogen peroxide on number sperm and precentage sperm abnormalltes and in testis histological. The results of the study showed a significant decreased in the number sperm and significant increased in precentage sperm abnormalltes in group terated by hydrogen peroxide (group 2) compare with control group at probability level P?0.05. there are also showed result significant decreased in spermatide, primary spermal and Spermatogina with bleeding and disintegration of intercalary tissue in testis tissue in group 2 compare with control group. showed terated animale by Glutathion and aquous extract of Nigella Sativa with hydrogen peroxide (group 3&4) respectively significant increased in number sperm and significant decreased in precentage abnormalltes sperm compare with group2 at probability level P?0.05. there are also showed result significant increased in spermatide, primary spermal and spermatogina with absence bleeding and suion intercalry tissue in testis tissue in group 3&4 compare with group2.
DIAGNOSIS OF ACTIVITIES AND ANALYSIS OF THE SYSTEM OF THE ADDITIONAL SALES AT THE CALL CENTERS TELE2 RUSSIA published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Tatiana Anopchenko, Olga Kalashnikova The contact center turned today into the irreplaceable business tool promoting increase of overall performance, optimization of customer service and to expansion of client base. If earlier contact centers were demanded generally by mobile operators and the organizations of financial sector (banks, insurance and investment companies), now their popularity grows and in such areas, as a fixed telephony, retail services, public sector. In the latter case existence of contact center allows to increase considerably level of service of the population, efficiency of carrying out this or that governmental program or an initiative. In article ?????????? the questions connected with a todays difficult economic situation when increase of level of loyalty of the client is one of the most important problems of any business, contact centers represent the effective tool for its decision. During crisis the management of the enterprises in increasing frequency addresses to such department as contact center as he allows to estimate correctly a market situation, to collect and analyze information necessary for adoption of important business solutions.
NON-COMMUNICATING BILATERAL SUPERIOR VENACAVA A CASE REPORT AND BRIEF LITERATURE REVIEW published in

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Dr. Pallavi Abnormalities of the central vascular system are always of extreme interest, on account of the light they cast on many developmental problems.Normal anatomy describes the formation of superior venacava by the union of right and left brachiocephalic veins draining the head and neck area. Presence of bilateral superior venacava was encountered during routine dissection in the Department of Anatomy, Kasturba medical college, Manipal. Right and left superior venacavae were formed as a continuation of respective brachiocephalic veins. The left superior venacava drained into the right atrium via the coronary sinus which was enlarged. No communication was observed between the two venacavae indicating that the right and left halves of the head and upper limb drain back to the heart independently. Persistence of the left anterior cardinal vein and regression or absence of the communicating vein would be the possible embryological explanation for this anomaly. Literature reviews suggest that the frequency of its occurrence is 0.3%-1.3% in general population but higher (10-11%) in people with congenital heart diseases. Although it has no physical derangement per se, may complicate or mislead the placement of cardiac catheters or pacemaker leads. Dilated coronary sinus may cause cardiac arrhythmias due to stretching of the AV node and bundle of His. Presence of these anomalies is an indication for the screening of other associated cardiac abnormalities.
METHOD DEVELOPMENT BY LC-MS AND QUANTIFICATION BY HPTLC IN TELMISARTAN MARKETED FORMULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1L. Khurana*, 2S. S. Saurabh and 3K. S. Rathore Lycopene, as a natural source of anti-oxidants, has enamoured attention due to its biological and physicochemical properties. It is completely insoluble in water, so to overcome this limitation, an emulsion based approach was being used so that even this hydrophobic moiety can enjoy the unique property of gels. Lycopene, an anti-oxidative agent, has been used in the treatment of various oxidative diseases. This pigment protects the cells against damage from the free radicals formed when body cells burn oxygen for energy. In order to decrease the oxidative reactions with skin i.e. to treat acne vulgaris, lycopene emulgel was developed. The present work was carried out with the grail of formulating a gellified emulsion of lycopene, an anti-oxidative agent. The distinctive feature of topical drug delivery system is the direct accessibility of the skin as a target organ for diagnosis and treatment. Emulgels have emerged as one of the most prevailing drug delivery systems for the delivery of hydrophobic drugs owing to their dual control release system i.e. gel and emulsion. This work was conducted to develop an emulgel of lycopene using three different gelling agents i.e. Carbopol 934P, HPMC LV-15 and NaCMC. Oleic acid was used as a penetration enhancer. The gellified emulsions were characterized for their physical appearance, rheology, spreadability, drug content and stability. In-vitro release studies were conducted to check the drug release through egg membrane. The formulations were evaluated for their antioxidant activity as well as their acute skin irritation potential. Formulation F1 was found to have fallen within the stipulated criteria of all the evaluation parameters. Hence, it was concluded that formulation F1, containing carbopol 934P (1% w/w), was the optimized formulation. It exhibited the maximum drug release and antioxidant activity, in addition to the least skin irritation potential.
EFFECT OF 2D ELECTROCOAGULATION ON PHOSPHATE REMOVAL FROM UASBR TREATED SEWAGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. Abhipsa R Makwana Previous study showed that NaCl when employed in EC for UASBR sewage electrocoagulation shows insignificant effect on COD and turbidity removal. Further UASBR has limitation of un altered nutrient level in effluent hence this study was undertaken to analyze effect of NaCl addition on EC with respect to phosphate removal. Response surface methodology showed here significant effect of NaCl on phosphate removal which is quite different finding when compared to previous study. Hence thorough investigation for significance of process variables on focused parameter is always necessary in EC process’
SURVEY PAPER ON THE PROBLEM FOR PARKING VEHICLES IN THE CITY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Avani Jain*, Anudnya Khandekar, Arpit Patidar, Akshita Pamecha, Aman Trivedi, Anantshree If we will say about the population of cities and of course India is increasing day by day. If consider the problems of cities than the traffic has become the crucial factor for any city and we will get the space to park the vehicle. If we consider the locations, the spaces to park the vehicles are available, but we are not aware for those spaces and the proper utilization of parking is not taking place. In this paper, we have surveyed the locations of city Indore, where parking is very important and provide a way through which, we can efficiently utilized those spaces
EVALUATION OF ANTBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF ETHANOL AND AQUEOUS LEAF EXTRACTS OF INDIAN SACRED TREES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anu Swedha Anandhan*1 and Amudha Selvi Muniyan2 In different parts of the world, especially in India, people practice different forms of nature worship. One of the most significant reasons is to save the patches of vegetation in the name of deities. Such vegetation which is conserved for spiritual reasons is called as sacred groves. Sacred groves harbor rich biodiversity including rare, threatened and endangered plants and trees which have potent medicinal properties. Infectious diseases are the second leading cause of death worldwide. Diseases are caused by microbial pathogens, more commonly by bacteria. Due to indiscriminate use of antibiotics, these bacteria have become multi-drug resistant to most of the commonly used antibiotics, complicating the treatment of infectious diseases. Medicinal plants provide a vast resource for investigation of antimicrobial agents. In the present study, an attempt has been made to analyse and compare the antibacterial efficacy of two leaf crude extracts of Indian sacred trees viz., Aegle marmelous Linn. Correa., Feronia elephantum Linn., Ficus bengalensis Linn., Ficus religiosa Linn., and Mimusops elengi Linn., The extracts were screened by agar disc diffusion method; the extract which showed the highest activity were analysed and the minimum inhibitory concentration was determined. Leaf extracts of Aegle marmelos Linn. Correa showed good antibacterial activity against most of the strains tested at a concentration of 100mg/ml. Therefore, these medicinal trees should be conserved as sacred grooves and explored for drug development properties.
A Study to Identify The Bio-Psychosocial Stressors and Coping Mechanism Among the Patients With Cervical Cancer in a Selected Hospital, Berhampur, Ganjam, Odisha, India. published in

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Ms Sonia Behera A descriptive survey approach was used to identify the bio-psychosocial stressors and coping mechanism among cervical cancer patients in selected Hospital, Berhampur, Odisha.50 samples were selected byconvenient sampling technique. Data were collected through structured questionnaire and were analyzed by descriptive and inferential statistics. It was found that there is a significant relationship between the stressors and coping mechanism. So null hypothesis was rejected and research hypothesis was accepted.
Quality of Work Life published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Neyati Ahuja The present era is of knowledge workers. Gone are the days when employees needs were ignored. With the wave of change that is going on no organization can overlook the quality of work life they offer to employees. QWL is needed in every field be it educational, public sector or private sector corporate. QWL is the extent to which members of an organization are able to satisfy their personal interest while working for the organization. It is about fulfilling the higherorder needs of employees in addition to their basic needs. The purpose of the study is to understand the concept of QWL, list the approaches to improve QWL and to conduct a review of literature in this respect.
DETERMINANT FACTORS FOR GASTRO PROTECTIVE CO PRESCRIPTION: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY INVOLVING 303 PATIENTS WITH NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ravindra J, Indu TH, Raja D and Roopa B S* Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are the core treatment for many pain and inflammatory conditions, but are associated with broad spectrum of side effects, especially Gastro Intestinal ones. This study was undertaken to determine the prescription pattern of gastro protective agents with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. This is a cross sectional observational study. Chi-square or Fishers exact test was used to know the distribution of categorical variables, t-test for comparison of means. Logistic regression parameters using firth procedure by quasi complete separation was used to the penalized likelihood function which makes at least one parameter estimate diverge to infinity. Out of 303 patients medical record and prescription reviewed, all the patients received non-selective anti- inflammatory drugs. Diclofenac sodium was highly prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs. 73.6% of patients had at least one gastro intestinal risk factor. Among various factors; age, acute condition and nave usage of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs were major factors for co prescription of gastro protective agents with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (P<0.005). In addition the type of hospital had significant association for the co prescription of gastro protective agents with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. In multivariate analysis the risk factors; history of ulcer, hypertension and lower respiratory tract infection were significant determinants for prescription of gastro-protective agents with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. We found profound usage of non-selective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. The commonly used GPA as prophylaxis was standard dose of H2RA which is ineffective to protect against the non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs related gastro intestinal ulcer complications. The study finding shows lesser extent use of Proton Pump Inhibitors.
CORREALATION B ETWEEN MANTRELS AND POSITION OF APPENDIX published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Dr. Rajankumar T. Appendicitis is a common surgical problem world wide.Its treated by appendicectomy as an emergency procedure .During surgery the commonest difficulty encountere d by the surgeon is locating the appendix. some time it is not at all visible. Some time even by ultra so nogram the position of appendix may not be able to locate.so in this study we have tried to correl ate the MANTREL SCOR ING SYSTEM and the position of appendix .In this study we included 90 patients and we marked the MANTREL and located the site of appendix during surgery. Among the 90 patients r etrocecal was 60,paracecal was 18,pelvic was 6 and preileal was 6.
Bringing in to Limelight the Need of Women Empowerment published in

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DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FLOATING DICLOFENAC SODIUM-ALGINATE BEAD USING BIOPOLYMER OBTAINED FROM VIGNA RADITA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajni Karakoti*, Vikas Bhatt, Arun Kumar Singh, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Sharma The aim of present investigation was to isolate, characterize the biopolymer obtained from Vigna radiata, belonging to the family fabaceae and their use in development of dosages form. The biomaterial was isolated from Vigna radiata by non solvent addition method and characterise its physicochemical and phytochemical properties. Diclofenac Sodium is used as model drug for the development of biopolymer-alginate beads. Five bathes (A1-A5) of Diclofenac sodium biopolymeric-alginate bead were prepared from sodium alginate solution containing Vigna radiata (a novel biopolymer) by using ionic gelation method. The different concentration of sodium alginate, biopolymer and cross linking agent CaCl2 were used.Formulated beads were evaluated for their entrapment efficiency, drug loading efficiency, buoyancy test , in-vitro release, size & shape. Drug entrapment efficiency was found better by using optimized concentration of CaCl2 and biopolymer. Results of the present study indicates that format ion of completely aqueous enviornment avoiding the use of organic solvents to minimize the curing time of beads leaded to enhanced drug entrapment efficiency and the biopolymer serves as a better alternative excipient for the development of dosages and their prospective results was found to be in the limit of Pharmacopoeial standard.
TELECONFERENCING, AN IMPORTANT TOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, ITS USE IN MEDICAL EDUCATION : A REVIEW published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, Ajay Gupta & Vivek Tiwari Teleconferencing means meeting through a telecommunications medium. It is a generic term for linking people between two or more locations by electronics. There are at least six types of teleconferencing: audio, audiographic, computer, video, business television (BTV), and distance education. The methods used differ in the technology, but common factors contribute to the shared definition of teleconferencing. Education and healthcare are basic needs for human development. Technical innovation has broadened the access to higher quality health care and instruction without regard to time, distance or geopolitical boundaries. Distance learning has earned popularity as a way of learning in recent years due to widely distributed learners, busy schedules and rising travel prices. Teleconferencing is also a very useful tool as a distance learning method. Teleconference is a real-time and live interactive course of study in which one set of participants are at one or more localizations and the other set of participants are at some other. The teleconference allows for interaction, including sound recording and/or video, and possibly other modalities, between at least two websites. Several methods are usable for adjusting up a teleconferencing unit. A detailed critique of the trend in the use of teleconferencing in medical training was carried on using Medline and a literature search. Teleconferencing was found to be a really useful tool in continuing medical education (CME), postgraduate medical teaching, undergraduate medical education, telementoring and many other places. The use of teleconferencing in medical education has many advantages, including savings in terms of travel costs and time. It affords access to the best educational resources and experience without any limitations of boundaries of distance and time. It encourages two-way interactions and facilitates learning in adults. Despite having some pitfalls in its implementation it is now being considered as an important instrument in facilitating learning in medicine and many medical schools and psychiatric hospitals are adapting this novel instrument.
VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF THE KARST AQUIFER FEEDING THE PERTUSO SPRING (CENTRAL ITALY): COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS OF COP METHO published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Giuseppe Sappa*1, Flavia Ferranti2 & Francesco Maria De Filippi Karst aquifers vulnerability assessment and mapping are important tools for improved sustainable management and protection of karst groundwater resources. In this paper, in order to estimate the vulnerability degree of the karst aquifer feeding the Pertuso Spring in Central Italy, COP method has been applied starting from two different discretization approaches: using a polygonal layer and the Finite Square Elements (FSE). Therefore, the hydrogeological catchment basin has been divided into 72 polygons, related to the outcropping lithology and the karst features. COP method has been applied to a single layer composed by all these polygons. The results of this study highlight vulnerability degrees ranging from low to very high. The maximum vulnerability degree is due to karst features responsible of high recharge and high hydraulic conductivity. Comparing the vulnerability maps obtained by both methodologies it is possible to say that the traditional discretization approach seems to overestimate the vulnerability of the karst aquifer feeding the Pertuso Spring. Between the two different approaches of COP method, the proposed polygonal discretization of the hydrogeological basin seems to be more suitable to small areas, such as the Pertuso Spring hydrogeological basin, than the traditional grid mapping.
IMAGE QUALITY ASSESSMENT BY USING AR PREDICTION ALGORITHM WITH INTERNAL GENERATIVE MECHANISM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
C. Naga Venkat Raam, K. Lakshmi Bhavani? The main aim of Objective image quality assessment (IQA) is to evaluate image quality consistently with human perception. We have different types of perceptual IQA metrics but they cannot accurately represents the degradations from different types of distortions, e.g., existing structural similarity metrics perform well on content dependent distortions and gives the better peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) but it is not well on content-independent distortions. In this paper, we integrate the merits of the existing IQA metrics with the guide of the recently revealed internal generative mechanism (IGM). The IGM indicates that the human visual system actively predicts sensory information and tries to avoid residual uncertainty for image perception and understanding. Motivated by the IGM theory, here we assume an autoregressive prediction algorithm to decompose an input scene into two portions, the predicted portion with the predicted visual content and the disorderly portion with the residual content. Distortions on the predicted portion causes to degrade the primary visual information, and structural similarity procedures are employed to measure its degradation; distortions on the disorderly portion mainly change the uncertain information and the PNSR is employed for it. Based on the noise energy deployment on the two portions, finally we mix the two evaluation results to acquire the overall quality score. Simulation results show better performance comparable with the state-of-the-art quality metrics.
A Clinical Study of Duodenal Ulcer Perforation published in

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DR.S. VIJAYA MOHAN RAO, Dr.O.Siddharth Perforation of the duodenal ulcer is one of the common and lethal complications of the duodenal ulcer. Unless the prompt diagnosis is made and early active surgical management is done the mortality is very high, it is the commonest cause of death resulting from surgical abdominal emergency next to intestinal obstruction. 250 cases were studied in this series.Perforation most commonly occurred in the age group of 31 40 yrs. youngest patient in this series is 15yrs and oldest is 78yrs. Perforation was more common in winter season. Patients of perforation were usually manual labourers.
Work-Life Balance as Source of Job Dissatisfaction and Irresponsible Attitudes an Exploratory Study on The Views of Male Workers published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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D. Babin Dhas, Dr. P. Karthikeyan Purpose The purpose of this article is to explore the views of male workers in a male dominated occupation on issues that pertain to work-life balance. Design/methodology/approach The study was qualitative in nature. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 50 bus drivers employed in TNSTC Tirunelveli kottam in order to identify their perceptions on the following: whether issues related to work-life balance were sources of concern and dissatisfaction; how concern over issues related to work-life balance was compared to other sources of concern and dissatisfaction; and whether issues related to work-life balance were linked with withdrawal attitudes and behaviours. Findings It emerged that work-life imbalance was not only a source of concern, but also that it was the major source of dissatisfaction for participants. Furthermore, participants made a clear connection between problems with work-life balance and withdrawal behaviors, including turnover and non-genuine sick absence. Originality/value The study has value at both scholarly and practice level. At scholarly level, the research investigated an important contemporary issue within a neglected group: male workers in a low profile male dominated occupation. At practice level, the findings suggest that work life imbalance incurs tangible costs to organizations; hence, organizations need to establish human resource systems to deal with it. Furthermore, pertinent legislation may need to be developed and enacted.
A Study to Assess the Body Image & Sexual Health Among Women with Uterine Prolapse and Their Lived in Experience at Selected Hospitals, Kerala published in

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Jomcy Mary Joseph, Dr. Judie Arulappan, Dr. K Latha The main aim of the study is to assess the body image and sexual health among women with uterine prolapse, to associate the body image and sexual health among women with uterine prolapse with their demographic variables and to explore the lived in experience of women with uterine prolapsed. Mixed Research Approach (Quantitative approach was used for assessing the body image & sexual health among women with uterine prolapse. Qualitative approach to explore the lived in experience of women with uterine prolapse.) Non experimental Descriptive research design for body image & sexual health among women with uterine prolapse. Phenomenological research design to assess the lived in experience of women with uterine prolapse. The researcher adopted purposive sampling technique for selecting 60 neonates for the study. Data collection was done for a period of one month, assessment of demographic variables, assess the sexual health and body image and explore the lived in experience of women with uterine prolapse. The study was conducted at Paret Mar Ivanios hospital, St.marys hospital, Little Lourde , Kottayam. None of women are having poor level, 10(16.7%) of them having average level, 50(83.3%) of them are having good level. The lived in experience of women with uterine prolapse were explored and categorized under the nine dimensions, themes and sub themes. The identified dimensions were physical suffering, psychological well-being, behavioral, spiritual belief, stigma, and human connectedness, economical, involvement in caring and health services. The analysis revealed that there was significant association between body image and sexual health among women with uterine prolapse with their demographic variables such as age at ?2=3.90, p=0.05*and educational status at ?2=0.001,p=0.01**and there is no association with the variables such as religion, type of family, occupation, type of family, family income, socio economic status.
A Case Report: Malignant Infantile Osteopetrosis (MIOP) published in

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Dr. Nikhil Verma,Dr.Neelam Raval Background: Malignant infantile osteopetrosis (MIOP) presents early in life with extreme sclerosis of the skeleton and reduction of bone marrow spaces. Since there is a defect in the bone marrow, the disease can cause anaemia, extra medullary haematopoiesis secondary to anaemia leading to hepatosplenomegaly, cranial nerves compression and severe growth failure. This disorder is often lethal within the first decade of life because of secondary infections. Stem cell transplantation (SCT) remains the only curative therapy. Case Presentation: We report a 4-month old male infant, diagnosed as MIOP while investigating the cause of hepatosplenomegaly. Conclusion: Malignant infantile osteopetrosis should be kept in mind as a rare cause of hepatosplenomegaly and the patient should be referred for stem cell transplantation before neurologic or visual impairment develops.
A Study on the Impact of Ethical Climate on work Place Deviance with Special Reference to Selected it Companies. published in

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Dr. Thamaraiselvi . P Indian economy has witnessed a tremendous growth after globalization and liberalization. One of the contributing industries in the recent past is our information technology sector. Information Technology has influenced human beings progress in almost all aspects. Researcher has taken an overview on the ethical climate and deviance behavior in IT sector and has suggested controlling measure to control the level of deviance.
Matrimonial Alliances between the royal houses of Tripura and Manipur in the days of monarchy published in

International Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies

Published by Scholar Publications
Memchaton Singha Manipur and Tripura are two important integral states of North east India with a long glorious history of its own. Both the states maintained cordial relationship from the very early period despite regular intervals of conflicts. Marriage alliances between the royal families of Manipur and Tripura were common phenomena which began from remote antiquity and continued till 20th century. The instance of first marriage alliance occurred during the reign of Tripura king Taidakshin, the 43rd Raja. However, the most notable cases of matrimonial alliances between Manipur and Tripura started towards the end of 18th century. The distinctive feature in the marriages was that the Rajas of Tripura married not only Manipuri princesses but also many Manipuri girls belonging to plebeian family. The marriage alliances not only brought cordial relations between the two kingdoms but also there was cultural assimilation. The tradition of marrying Manipuri girls were even followed by many noblemen of the Tripura royal family. Tripura also witnessed various public welfare works that was contributed by the Manipuri Maharanis. Thus, we find that the Tripura royal house was filled with descendants from the Manipuri queens. This article focuses on providing a chronological historical account of the matrimonial alliances that occurred in the royal families of Manipur and Tripura during the period of monarchies. It also highlights the basic causes behind the arrangement of the marriages and also the cultural amalgamation between the two states. Keywords: Royal families, matrimonial alliances, monarchies, wed-lock, Meitei Queens, inter-dynastic.
A Study on Assessing The Emotional Intelligence Among The Managerial Employees in Bhel (Bharath Heavy Electrical Limited) Trichirapalli published in

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V.Alagigisamy, Dr.M.Sivasubramanian Emotional intelligence can be defined as the ability to monitor one's own and other people's emotions, to discriminate between different emotions and label them appropriately and to use emotional information to guide thinking and behaviour Coleman, Andrew (2008). However, substantial disagreement exists regarding the definition of EI, with respect to both terminology and operationalizations. The present study concludes that a moderate level of emotional intelligence was found among the managerial employees. It also concludes that the demographic variables namely age, gender, education, designation, experience and income influences the level of emotional intelligence of the managerial employees.
Simulation and Comparison of the STC (Synthetic Test Circuit) for thyristor valves for HVDC by the software PSCAD published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Zhou Huigao, Xu Fan, Hu Zhilong, Huang Chao, Zheng Jun, Li Yanming In recent years, HVDC technology has been developing very fast with the increasing demand of electric power in China. It is very important to build up a test circuit for operational test of thyristors in order to ensure the safety and reliability of HVDC system. Today there are only two test laboratories in the world which are capable of undertaking the synthetic test—ABB in Sweden and Siemens in Germany. After comparing and studying the two circuits, a new model is set up for analysis and simulation, and all the test duties which are required in IEC 60700-1 are successfully achieved by the use of PSCAD. In this paper, the principle of the circuit and the simulation results are presented. It is very helpful in building up the STC of China on its own.
Dilemmas Faced by Nurses And Associated Coping Factorsrelated to Physical Restraint Use in Elderlypatientswith Dementia in Japan published in

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Miwa Yamamoto Objective: The purpose of this study was to clarify dilemmas related to physically restraining elderly patients with dementia faced by Japanese nurses and how they cope with such dilemmas based on experience. Methods: A questionnaire survey. Participants: A total of 340 nurses who work in the general ward. Ethical Considerations: This study was approved by the ethics committee of Meiji University of Integrative Medicine. Results and Conclusion: Factor analysis revealed four and two dilemma factors related to dealing and coping, respectively, with physically restraining elderly people with dementia. There was a positive correlation between the dilemma-coping factor self-initiated positive cognition and activity and the dilemma factor execution of treatment and security among novice and advanced beginner nurses, whereas a negative correlation was found between the dilemma-coping factor negative cognition and the dilemma factor a cooperative relationship. With respect to expert nurses, there was a significant positive correlation between self-initiated positive cognition and activity and a cooperative relationship. These results suggest an improvement in dilemma coping behavior as novice and advanced beginner nurses transition to expert nurses.
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.
Views of Young People About Sexual Health; Corum/ Turkey Sample published in

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Selen Ozakar Akca, Filiz Selen With this study it was aimed to determine the information, attitude and behavior of young people in Colleges regarding sexual health, their expectations from health services and to give sexual health education according to their expectations. The population of study was formed in Corum/Turkey.While male students wanted more that health centres, where they shall get information about sexual health, were in an easy reachable place, female students wanted that in these centres shall be given treatment and consulting services. According to genders it was determined that the answers treatment and consulting services shall be given" were statistically significant (p-value<0.01).
Public Perception on Forensic Science and Its Importance published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

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Pradeep Loyed Martis and Don Caeiro A study was conducted in order to evaluate awareness about forensic science among general public. For this study 50 Individuals were interviewed and their opinions were recording against different parameters to define their knowledge about the field of forensics. According to the study conducted, majority of the public are not aware of the use of forensic science and its importance in crime investigation. The maximum number of respondents i.e. 52% said that they have come to know about forensic science through movies and serials. The most of the respondents i.e. 50% feel that forensic science is mainly used in police department. Maximum number of respondents i.e. 52% feels that public needs awareness to improve the field of forensic science. Thus we can conclude that there is a lack of awareness among public regarding this field. Because of that lack of knowledge, the field of forensic science is not given much importance and value in the field of crime investigation and the public unintentionally disturb or distort the scene of crime and further disturb vital evidences that may be present.
Potential Enhancers for Transdermal Drug Delivery: A Review published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Abid Hussain, Gul Majid Khan, Abdul Wahab, Muhammad Akhlaq, Saif ur Rahman, Hamza Altaf, Naheed Akhtar and Muhammad Imran Qayyum Transdermal drug delivery system (TDDS) aims to deliver the therapeutic moiety via the skin into the systemic circulation for its therapeutic effect. The transdermal route has been recognized as one of the highly potential routes of systemic drug delivery and provides the advantage of avoidance of the first-pass effect, ease of use and withdrawal in case of side effects, and better patient compliance. However, due to resistance of this route is the difficulty of penetration of drug through the skin. Studies have been carried out to select safe and suitable penetration enhancers to promote the percutaneous absorption of a number of drugs. The present review contains the different penetration enhancers; thus, it will help in the selection of appropriate enhancers for increasing the permeation of poorly absorbed drugs through skin.
BREVE INTRODUO QUESTO DA AUTORIDADE EM ARENDT published in

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Jos Joo Neves Barbosa Vicente For Arendt, the authority has disappeared from the modern world. To understand this radical positioning is necessary to understand the meaning given by the thinker to the term authority. This is the primary goal of this article.
An Exploratory Study in Child Mental Health Amongst School Going Children published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Fiola Savia Dorothy D Rsquo Costa, Sheetal Kothare, Sagar Karia, Avinash De Sousa Mental health is an essential part of childrens overall health and has complex interactive relationship with their physical health and ability to succeed in school, at work and in society. Mental health problems when left untreated in children leads to failure in school, violence, drug abuse and even suicide which may be costly to the family, community and even the Health Care system. We conducted a study in 300 school going children of age groups 11-15 years going to 7th, 8th and 9th standards to assess their mental health, to identify factors (Physiological, Psychological, Social, Academic achievement and economic) affecting mental health of school going children and to study relationship between them and mental health. 8.66% of children had GHQ > 20 suggestive of high risk mental health. There was statistically significant relationship between these various factors and GHQ score. Thus our study emphasise the importance of recognizing mental health problems in children and that the school health personnel must take necessary steps in improving the mental health of the school children.
Evaluation of knowledge of FICTC Medical Officer regarding Post Exposure Prophylaxis in HIV according to NACP III published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ashish Chaudhari, Dr. Sohil Mansuri, Dr. Anoopsingh Rajput, Dr. Niti Talsania -
Finite Element Analysis of HIP & TMJ Implants Used in Human Body published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prashant Vijay Patait, Prof. Raghunath Y. Patil Aim of this work is to study & analysis Hip & TMJ implant used in human body. The study is conducted in three steps. First step is the measurement of the shape and size of the implant using commercial implants available in market. Second step is drafting of the implant using CAD (Computer Aided Design) software. Next step is importing the CAD model of the implant into ANSYS, Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software. After setting up various boundary conditions, the implant are analyzed and the stresses developed in the implant are obtained
Socio-Economic Activities of Self Help Groups a Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sunder Arumugam It is now two decade since the growth of Self Help Group (SHG) has started. The SHG has not only transformed the ignorant and backward women of rural India but also changed the scenario of activities undertaken by them. The members of SHG have grown to the extent of economically contributing to the development of the nation and making it a part and parcel of our society. The current situation also shows that some bad elements have crept into the groups and need to be checked. But anyhow SHG shall remain as a ladder for improving the socio-economic conditions of the rural poor. The groups have also contributed in the social upliftment of the women. Women are getting more opportunities to participate in all levels of politics thereby making them the deciding factor at the village level politics. Gone are the days when women were locked inside the house and in kitchen attending/ catering to mere family needs. Though SHG is an integrated approach and many more partners need to come forward to lend a helping hand to the groups. This article would highlight the various activities undertaken by the SHG and the nature of transformation it has brought.
Personal Space And Gender Difference A Study on Inhabitants of Howrah District of West Bengal published in

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Dr. Swaha Bhattacharya, Payel Ghosh The aim of the present investigation is to study the personal space as required by the individuals between the ages 21 to 30 years in the context of interaction with Known Person Same Sex and Known person Opposite Sex. Accordingly, a group of 60 individuals were selected as sample from different areas of Howrah district of West Bengal. A General Information Schedule and two data sheets (Inter Personal Comfortable Scale) were used as tools in this investigation. Female group required more personal space than that of the male group specially in the context of interaction with Known Person Opposite Sex. Personal judgment and level of awareness may help the individuals to measure his/her personal space in the context of interaction with different persons in different situations.
Study of the effect of enterocin produced from Enterococcus faecium on some food pathogenic bacteria published in

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Nibrasnazar Mahmood I used 45 samples of raw milk to isolate Enterococcus faecium. I obtained three specimens, Ef1, Ef2, and Ef3, to investigate the effect of bacteriocin produced by Enterococcus faecium on some pathogenic food bacteria found in milk and dairy products.Enterocin produced by Enterococcus faecium was detected by using two methods, cup and well diffusion. A wide spectrum effect was found on both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, including Listiriamonocytogenes and Salmonellatyphimurium.The enterocin produced from Ef3 was partially purified to 80%by ammonium sulfate precipitation, and gave the highest yield reaching (640Au/ml). Enzymatic effect of enterocin demonstrated that proteolytic enzymes completely inactivated the bacteriocin, while other enzymes, including lipase, lysozyme,?-amylase, and catalase, showed no effect .The enterocin was heat-resistant at even 121?c for 15 minute, and the optimum pH was at(4-9)
PROPOSED ALGORITHM FOR CONTENT BASED IMAGE RECOGNITION USING ENHANCED K-MEANS CLUSTERING ALGORITHM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bhushit Chandra Neema*1 & Khushboo Mandaniya The content based image retrieval (CBIR) is the well-liked and heart favorite area of research in the field of digital image processing. The key goal of content based image retrieval (CBIR) is to excerpt the visual content of an image directly, like color, texture, or shape. There are several applications of the CBIR technique such as forensic laboratories, crime detection, image searching etc. For the purpose of feature extraction of wellmatched images from the database, a universal CBIR system utilizes texture, color and shape based techniques. In this presented work, we have offered an efficient approach for the content based image retrieval, where images are decomposed using the wavelet transform, it means that the image features are converted in the matrix form and a color feature data set is prepared. In this paper, we are proposing the algorithm with the help of that we can improve the image retrieval.
The Impact of Philosophy of Jainism on Various Aspects of Education published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Purshotam Jainism is a very old philosophy. It has exercised a great influence on the mind of man. Even Under the present - day educational system, boys and girls go to schools and colleges to follow a syllabus which has been set for them. The aim of education can be both social as well as individual. From the view - point of education for an individual, it should be su ch as to help develop the physical, mental and moral aspects of an individuals personality. The aim of education is thus not restricted to t he one sided development of an individuals personality; it seeks on the contrary, to develop the perfect Man. Jainism presents equal background to the aim of education and life. The aims of education would be influenced by the aims of life. Education is the important means of fulfilling the aims of life. Jainism is quite a sound philosophy and provides permanent aims of education. Jainism is not only a real source of getting worldly enjoyments and heavenly pleasures, but is a science to purify the mundane soul to attain perfection, omniscience, and undying infinite true happiness. It is original, independent, sci entific, rationalistic democratic, universal, systematic and primitive faith not only of mankind, but even of birds and bests. It provides freedom, pure bliss, self - responsibility, self - realization, all equality voluntary, co - operation, reciprocal help, sp iritual advancement, all love noble thoughts, sweet temper, simple living, pure food, contentment, international peace, exemplary action and brave conduct.
Influence of Phosphorus and Molybdenum on Ammonia Assimilating Enzymes in Sesbania Rostrata published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.Sivagami Srinivasan, Dr. P.RADHA A pot culture study was carried out to evaluate the influence of phosphorus and molybdenum on the activities of ammonia assimilating enzymes, glutamate dehydrogenase, glutamate synthase and glutamine synthetase in completely randomized block design with four replications for each treatment. The treatment consists of the addition of two levels of phosphorus and molybdenum, both individually and in combination. The activity of glutamate dehydrogenase was highly influenced by the application of higher level of phosphorus in both the root and shoot of S.rostrata. The application of molybdenum at the lower concentration was effective in improving the glutamate synthase activity in the root, whereas the higher concentration of phosphorus was effective in the shoot. The glutamine synthetase activity in the root was elevated several fold by the dual application of phosphorus and molybdenum at both the levels, whereas the individual application of phosphorus at higher level was effective in the shoot. Thus the application of phosphorus and molybdenum improved the activities of the ammonia assimilating enzymes in the green manure S.rostrata.
Making Durgapur Aerotropolis Environmentally Viable published in

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

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elena Valentinovna Holovina An analytical method for determining the single-vehicle and two-link trains reaction lag time to the change of the steering-wheel angle is suggested that allows to affect the readability level of the new vehicle just at the designing stage.
أثر برنامج معرفي/ سلوكي لخفض القلق لدى الأطفال المصابين بمرض الثلاسيميا published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
تامر فرح سهيل هدفت الدراسة الحالية الى تقصي أثر برنامج معرفي / سلوكي لخفض القلق لدى عينة من الأطفال المصابين بمرض الثلاسيميا وذلك في محافظة رام اللة والبيرة بفلسطين. وتكونت العينة النهائية للدراسة من (30) طفل وطفلة يعانون من من مرض الثلاسيميا ، وتتراوح أعمارهم ما بين (8-12) سنة، طُبق عليهم مقياس القلق، وتم تقسيمهم إلى مجموعتين عشوائيا: مجموعة تجريبية وقوامها (15) طفلا وطفلة ومجموعة ضابطة وتضم (15) طفلا وطفلة، وطبق برنامج علاجي سلوكي/ معرفي لخفض القلق على أفراد المجموعة التجريبية فقط، وذلك لمدة شهر ونصف وبواقع (16) جلسة تدريبية. وأسفر التحليل الإحصائي للبيانات عن النتائج التالية: 1_ توجد فروق دالة إحصائيا عند مستوى (a=0.05) بين متوسطات درجات أفراد المجموعتين التجريبية والضابطة على مقياس القلق ولصالح المجموعة التجريبية تعزى للبرنامج المعرفى/ السلوكى. 2_ لا توجد فروق دالة إحصائيا في درجة القلق لدى الذكور والإناث فى المجموعة التجريبية تعزى للبرنامج المعرفى/ السلوكى. 3_ لا توجد فروق دالة احصائيا عند مستوى (a=0.05) بين متوسطات درجات أطفال المجموعة التجريبية على مقياس القلق فى القياسين البعدي والتتبعي تعزى للبرنامج المعرفى/ السلوكى. وفي ضوء النتائج التي توصلت اليها الدراسة قُدمت مجموعة من التوصيات التربوية للجهات المعنية بهدف خفض القلق لدى الاطفال المصابين بأمراض صحية وتحسين مستواهم.
THE MAIN DIRECTIONS OF IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COUNTERING THE IDEOLOGY AND PRACTICE OF EXTREMISM AND TERRORISM published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Sergey Vorontsov Level of extremism in Russia is increasing steadily. One of the main reasons why is in the condition of value and regulatory vacuum (anomie) which is related to overcoming crisis developments by the society. The report states a set of core actions as a part of improvement of anti-extremist activity, including, careful definition of targeted audience for carrying out works on prevention extremism, development more effective methods of operational investigations, high-quality re-organization of work in the Internet, enhanced staff training and etc
Quality of life of students A study in and around Delhi University north campus. published in

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Suman das This study reports the result of a random sample survey of 110 students conducted in and around Delhi university north campus area. The main aim of the survey was to investigate the respondents' quality of life (QOL)in the area. To assess the quality of life an integration of surveyed data within a GIS framework is performed. In this study GPS based Ground Control Points are used to prepare the Geo-referencing the base map and GIS technology are used in overlay analysis of the various Socio-Economic factors which consider as important to determining the quality of life. Ten major factors like Education, Housing, Economy, Environment, Health and Medical, Consumer Goods, Transport, Securities, Public Facilities, Recreation are selected for the study of quality of life over the area. The result of the overlay analysis of all the factor are indicate that the zone one University campus high quality of life , zone four Dr. Mukherjee Nagar score moderate quality of life and finally zone two Kamlanagar,Jawahar Nagar, Mauric Nagar, Vijay Nagar and zone three Gurutegbahdur Nagar, Hakikat Nagar and Outtram line score moderate quality of life respectively. This information may be an essential guide to create a better living environment for the students in the area.
VEMANAS VIEWS OF RELIGION published in

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B. Nagendra Naik, Dr. B.C. Obula Reddy -
EFFECT OF DURATION AND TEMPERATURE OF CURING ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF FLY ASH BASED GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sagar Naik * , Jasmin Gadhiya , Hitesh Dhameliya The optimum temperature and duration of curing is essential in geopolymerization reaction to achieve higher strength. As such, fly ash based geopolymer concrete were prepared by varying the curing temperature of 60 0 , 90 0 and 120°C, for the duration of 6,12,16 and 24 hours. The fly ash was activated by sodium silicate and sodium hydroxide solution with ratio between sodium silicate and alkaline activator was 2.5 . T he result show that with increase in duration and temperat ure of curing the compressive strength of fly ash based geopolymer concrete increase.
Microbial Degradation of Vocs Using Microbes published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. Sinha, D.K. Yadav, M.K. Jhariya In the present study an attempt has been made to investigate the growth performance of Sal (Shorea robusta Gaertn. f.) in Sarguja Forest Division at Mahamaya central forest nursery during the year 2013-14. It is evident from the study that there are prominent variations in the seedlings height during the 6 months period and one year aged seedlings. The root shoot ratio at 6 months stage of sal seedling ranged between 0.67 to 0.82. The percent of average leaf infected was 49.50 per individual seedlings. During one year stage the mean total height and root length of the individual seedling was 42.40 cm and 17.93 cm, respectively. The total height of the seedlings ranged from 19.10 to 106.00 cm. Among the total leaf in a seedling the mean infected leaf percent was 37.73% at one year aged stage. The root shoot ratio at 1 year old sal seedling ranged between 0.31 to 0.74. The growth performance of the sal seedling is slower as compared to other tropical species in the nursery stage. Proper management practices should also be opted so that the good growth performance can be achieved.
Improvements in clinical nutritional status of malnourished pre-school children after supplementation of soychakali published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
N.S. GHATGE Malnutrition is a world wide health issue. It imposes a toll on child mortality, 53 per cent of deaths in children under 5 years in age are nutrition related in world wide. Hence, to overcome with this innovations are made in traditional food products to feed malnourished pre-school children. Supplementary feeding programmes are the emerging need in under nutrition for vulnerable segment in the population. Hence, supplementary food soyachakali was formulated and evaluated for its organoleptic qualities like taste, texture, flavour and over all acceptability. Highly scored soyachakali was selected for feeding. The nutritional qualities likes major nutrients such as energy(465.0kcal), proteins (19.3 g) and fats (20.8 g) contents were found more in soychakali. The micro nutrients such as iron (4.9 mg), zinc (2.1 mg) and calcium (245.5 mg) were also observed higher range in soychakali. It was also noted that it contained, very less antinutrtional factors. It has shown better keeping qualities upto two months when stored in a high gauge package at room temperature. Soychakali has also shown very low production cost. Hence, found very cheap and affordable to the below poverty line group of children. The soychakali was given @ 50g/ child/day. The clinical signs and symptoms about deficiency diseases in experimental group of preschool children were examined after every month till the end of experimental period (i.e. 6 months). Significant changes in clinical examination of hair, face, lips, eyes, ears, throat, skin, bones and joints, nails and abdomen shown after supplementation of soyachakali in pre-school children.
DIFFERENT ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ATORVASTATIN CALCIUM IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M.Sumanth*, S.Sirishchandra, Dr.T.RammohanReddy, A.Ajitha, and V.Umamaheshwararao Atorvastatin is a member of the drug class known as statins, used for lowering blood cholesterol. Primary uses of atorvastatin are for the treatment of dyslipidemia and the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Since many years, varied analytical methods were developed in dosage forms and in order to estimate their desired pharmacological action. A few UV spectrometric methods have been reported to estimate the atorvastatin in bulk formulations. Ultimately, different Fluorimetry, visible spectrometric and HPLC methods explained the importance of the methods while estimation atorvastatin in various stability indicating studies as well as in routine drug analysis. This review provides clear and short notes on the various analytical techniques employed for determination of atorvastatin in both bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form.
PERCEPCIONES Y CREENCIAS DE LOS DOCENTES DE ALGUNAS ESCUELAS PBLICAS DE PEREIRA SOBRE EL COMPORTAMIENTO AGRESIVO DE LOS NIOS published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Jos William Martnez, Liliana Patricia Muoz S, Adriana Duque F., Dora Castrilln B., Carlos Rojas, Jos Rafael Tovar The aggressive chronic behavior of the children is a factor of risk for depression, abuse of alcohol in the adolescence and adult life; violence against the partners, lower performance at school, breach of norms. All of this can turn later into a predictor (in adolescents and adults) of physical ill-treatment to the children, physical assaults to wives, minor possibility of professionalization and an increasing of the probability of antisocial behavior, Publications at national and international level affirm that there is tendency in reproducing outside of the household the violence that was undergone in the family, due to the existence of a process of inter-generational transmission of this type of violence. This behavior of the children can be controlled in the school through the development and strengthening of competences in teachers. These competences must allow the recognition of the different behaviors of the persons and make the teachers effective in the diffusion of models that are followed by the children and girls to strive for the decrease of the aggressive behavior in the students. These observed behaviors can be turned into competences that to put in practice, in an integrated way, aptitudes, features of personality and knowledge. The Municipal Secretary of Education of Pereira organized a course titled: STRATEGIES FOR THE REDUCTION OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIORS OF THE CHILDREN (EXPERT), which was designed by the team of investigators and endorsed by the Technological University of Pereira. In the course, it was seen that some competences, after having been practiced by the teachers, might be strengthened by them themselves and applied to the children, propitiating spaces for the interiorizacin and appropriation of them. Once identified, the team of every institution and in general with the educational community, are headed towards a work of personal improvement and valuation of the human capital with which they are provided. In order to begin that intervention, they started from a call that was carried out through the Secretary of Education of Pereira, with the support of the Unit of Integral Attention UAI in the random selection within the schools of the urban area. 120 teachers from 12 public schools of Pereira were met between March and June, 2006. A survey was carried out to evaluate the knowledge about the strategies tending to the reduction of aggressive behaviors, by means of the application of instruments designed to that end. It was found that in general the teachers have the theoretical knowledge of the proposed strategies: importance of the communication, pacific resolution of conflicts, respect for the difference; nevertheless in the practice to encourage the achievement of these competences in the children, the teachers need support. The teachers are aware of the magnitude of the emotional, familiar and social problems that their students have. And because of the fact that they feel that they are not receiving help to solve the precarious situations of the children, (mostly socioeconomic, emotional) it generates feelings of powerlessness, distresses, worry, fright, sadness, pain and a high grade of frustration. All of this results in the questioning by some of them of their performance as teachers and feel skepticism about the initiatives proposed to contribute from the classroom with the social and familiar well-being to the children.
Analysis of a Quasi Resonant Switch Mode Power Supply for Low Voltage Applications published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
K.Deepa, R.Jeyanthi and M.Vijaya Kumar QRC provides efficient and regulated switch mode power supplies for robotic and satellite applications. This paper addresses the enhanced controller techniques for high frequency isolation based push-pull Quasi Resonant Converter. This technique is similar to the conventional PI controller technique but varies only the enhancement constants to improve the time domain response of the converter. The proposed converter is designed for low output voltage and power rating, characteristically 5V and 5 W, with the comprehension of current design trends towards enhanced performance. At the primary stage, to validate the design of the converter, simulation is performed in PSIM for 50% load variations. A prototype model of this converter is developed. The results obtained from the experimental set-up are presented and analysed in detail. The results reveal the superiority of the proposed method.
PRINT QUALITY COMPARISON OF SOLID BLEACHED SULPHATE (SBS) BOARDAND DUPLEX BOARDPRINTED WITH WEB OFFSET PRESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ms. Sunayna Saneja*1, Mr. Satish2 & Mr. Sandeep Boora Solid Bleached Sulphate Boards (SBS) and Duplex Boards are commonly used substrates for various carton based packaging applications. Both types of boards were printed with Web Offset Printing Press available in local market keeping in target to check printing characteristics i.e. Solid Ink Density, Dot Gain and Print Contrast. A master consisting of quality control patches was prepared, printed and evaluated for above mentioned print characteristics with the help of spectrodensitometer. The results indicated that Solid Bleached Sulphate Boards are better than Duplex boards in terms of Solid Ink Density and Dot Gain. On the other hand, Duplex boards are better than in term ofPrint Contrast.
Job Satisfaction of Private Sector Bank Employees (A Study of Udaipur and Rajsamand Districts ICICI Bank) published in

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Sangeeta malpani, Dr. M.G. Varshney Job is the basic need of human beings without job we cant survive in this world. We do work for earning money and money is the means of fulfill our needs. Every one want to be achieve higher level of Job satisfaction from their work. Job satisfaction is a psychological concept we can feel it and not explain it. There are a lot of variable which affect our job satisfaction level these factors are related with individual, job, work environment and a lot of other variables. Satisfied employees are the power full sources of any economy activity. Job satisfaction improves the work efficiency of employees. Job satisfaction is beneficial both employees and employer. This paper is related the job satisfaction level of private sector bank employees. Private sector banks also play a vital role in present senariya. The main purpose of the study is to explain the levels of job satisfaction among employees of private sector bank and the factors affecting to job satisfaction.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF AN ANTIMALARIAL DRUG PRIMAQUINE IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manjusha D.Karad and Dr.V.D.Barhate* A simple, sensitive and accurate spectrophotometric method have been developed for the determination of primaquine in pure and dosage forms. Method is based on oxidation of the drug with 1, 10 phenanthroline producing orange colored chromogen which is measured at 520 nm. Beers law is obeyed in the concentration range of 10-200 ?g/mL for the developed method. The molar absorptivity and sandell sensitivity are found to be 22914 L mol-1cm-1 and 0.011?g/cm2 respectively. The regression equation for primaquine was found to be y = 0.0041X + 0.0223and the correlation coefficient for the regression line was 0.999. Different experimental parameters affecting the color development and stability of colored product are carefully studied and optimized. The developed method could be successfully applied to pharmaceutical formulations. The results obtained are in good agreement with those obtained using standard method.
DIMENSIONAL SYNTHESIS OF WATT-II MECHANISM BASED ON TWENTY FOUR PRECISION POINTS PATH GENERATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Khalid Nafees In this paper, a path generation problem has been solved by carrying out approximate dimensional synthesis of six-bar, single degree of freedom Watt-II mechanism. The mechanism consisting of all revolute pairs is capable to trace the prescribed trajectory which comprises of twenty four precision points. The dimensional synthesis is carried out using analytical complex number method wherein, the standard dyad/triad and loop closure equations are generated. The final lengths and orientations of various links of the mechanism are determined by solving these equations using a MATLAB code for twenty four coupler displacement positions. The dimensional synthesis of the mechanism is demonstrated and verified on a numerical example.
DESIGN OF WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK FOR DEVELOPMENT OF CANCER MONITORING SYSTEM WITH BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS published in

Indian Journal of Microbiology Research

Published by Innovative Publication
Laik Rajesh, R.N.Gupta Background: When a patient goes to hospital, first thing in traditional system of Hospital, patients has to wait for a long time, to get appointment, but in this old system, manual register entry of patients name-age-time- and token was used, the token number was called by Doctor, till then the patients has to wait. But in case of emergency also the patients were the sufferer. Many times rural India suffers a lot due to lack of such modern technology and wireless network. So the demand of ZIGBEE technology is very alarming. To arrive at Zigbee stage at first the frequency of wireless system of hospital is specified, though. We need to know the category of patient, their clinical history, either Genetic disease which is inherited disorders, and then we can compile the patients convert into data-profile of each patient coming to Hospital. The data profile of patient is converted into into paper and Files documentation this file is feeded into system to make it more flexible, and then the patient is given an I.D from the registration Counter where he or she stands in a Queue. The patient is assigned a Digital card, to track his/her status that I.D card of Hospital becomes the personal information of the Patient via which the communication is done to the respective diagnosis lab/Doctors/Nurse/Medicine to get the required facilities the patient need for the treatment. Here we design a Biomedical sensor network with the help of low-power ZIGBEE technology, this can transfer Data of cancer patients from Server Modem system sitting at home to hospital- Doctor thus early screening of patient is alerted and important treatment can be taken. Specifically for cancer monitoring system, which will be easily accessible by sitting at home, with the help of medical base station, set-up will be at cancer hospital the data of the patient will be documented in system and transmitted to Doctor, Nurse of hospital, for appropriate care. Bioinformatics web-server will be used, to develop health care monitor server. Collection of Patient I.D documentation- uploaded to health base station server system. Components of the Zigbee network are microcontroller (8051).
Development of adaptive distance relay for STATCOM connected 220 kV transmission line with wavelet transform and ANN published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Ramchandra P Hasabe and Anil P Vaidya A new scheme to enhance the solution of the problems associated with Transmission line protection with Statcom connected is presented in this paper. Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM) is a shunt type FACTS device connected at the midpoint of the transmission line to maintain the voltage at desired level by injecting/absorbing the reactive power. This connection affects the performance of distance protection relay during line faults. The fault detection is carried out by using energy of the detail coefficients of the phase signals and artificial neutral network algorithm used for fault distance location for all the types of faults for 220 kv transmission line. For each type of fault separate neural network is prepared for finding out the fault location. An improved performance is obtained once the neutral network is trained suitably, thus performance correctly when faced with different system parameters and conditions
Impact of pretreatments and magnetized water application on seeds of Acacia nilotica and Albizia saman published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

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Maaz Maqsood Hashmi, Kanwal Waqar, Saqib Shakeel Abbasi, Umar Aftab Abbasi, Khizra Gul In view of the carbon sequestration potential of Albizia saman, commonly known as Trembesi tree. Increase in land cover and carbon trading were key objectives. Seeds of trembesi tree were tested for viability and sustainability for sub-tropical broad leave evergreen forest environment of Pakistan in comparison with Acacia nilotica. The seeds were applied pretreatments to enhance the growing process and testing of the viability in the respective environment. Secondly the effect of magnetic water was also recorded. Both the species were given similar treatment and growing environment. Acid scarification method (conc.H2SO4) and controlled treatments were applied to both the species. The observed results were not much deviated from each other. However the Acacia nilotica was evaluated more susceptible than that of the trembesi tree. Keywords: Albizia saman, Acacia nilotica, seed pretreatments, magnetic water, germination.
Corporate Leadership Responsibility of Global Top Executives at the Cavite Export Processing Zone Authority published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Dr. Revelino D Garcia, Eddy Winarso This study was designed to evaluate the profile of various foreign top-level managers of multinational companies operating at the Cavite Export Processing Zone as a basis for proposing a model for global corporate leadership responsibility (GCLR). The study was conducted in 2011to 2012. The setting was multinational companies located at the Cavite Export Processing Zone: Cavite Export Processing Zone Authority in Rosario, Gateway Business Park in General Trias, and the First Cavite Industrial Economic Zone in Dasmarias.
Chemistry of Novel Biphnyltetrazolo-Triazole Derivatives- Their Synthesis and Microbial Evaluation published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Vijay V. Dabholkar*, Navnath B. Shinde, Abhishek Karekar & Prem Naik N-(triphenylmethyl)-5-(4'-bromoethylbiphenyl-2-yl)tetrazole reacted with ethyl piprazin -1-carboxylet to obtained (1), which on further treatment with chlorosulphonic acid to Triphenyl group & yield (2) ,this compound then treated with hydrazine hydrate to give hydrazine derivative (3) which was then treated with active methyl group , corbondisulphite, ethylchloroformet, aromatic cyno compound to yielded the respective pyrazole ,Oxadiazole,indazole&triazole. The structures of the synthesized compounds confirmed by Physico-chemical test and spectral techniques, representative samples screened for their antimicrobial activity against gram positive and gram-negative bacteria.
Factors That Make Elementary Pupils Happy published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Perlita L. Atendido, Elisheba D. De Vera, William Jerick L. Mambil, Ava Ann P. Semorlan The Elementary Christian Living teachers of the School of Saint Anthony conducted a survey among their pupils regarding the factors that make them happy. The purpose of this research is to bring awareness regarding the things that Elementary pupils value in life leading them to happiness. This will also serve as a glimpse of pupils values and to determine the factors that will motivate them in their everyday lives. The following results were derived from the studys findings: Grade one pupils are happy when they are with their families and when they play toys and gadgets. Grade two pupils, on the other hand, are happy with their family, friends, toys and gadgets. Moreover, Grade three pupils enjoy being with their family and friends, and with new toys and gifts. As for the grade four pupils, they enjoy bonding with their families and friends, when they eat their favorite food and when they see their teachers. Furthermore, Grade five pupils love their family and are happy with new gadgets and toys. They are also happy when they play with their pets and friends. Lastly, the family serves as an important factor that makes the grade 6 pupils happy. Friends, gadgets, high grades and praying to God are the other encouraging factors of the grade 6 pupils gladness. Findings reveal family as the top consistent factor that makes the Elementary pupils happy. They enjoyed the different activities and experiences they had with their family members. Toys and new gadgets were also consistent factors that make the lower school pupils happy. Relationship with friends, on the other hand, serves as an important factor that inspires the Middle School pupils to be happy. Among Filipinos, across time, family remains as the source of happiness among children. This research recommends the parents to be more reflective of the moments they spend with their children and to be more sensitive with their interests and needs. This research implies the impact of families to their childrens emotional development and the deep significant marks they leave in the lives of their children.
Neurohistopathological Effectsof Mercury on Cerebrum of Adult Albimo Rat S M Dawar Husain,Brajeshranjan, S.m. Yunus published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr S M Dawar Husain, Dr BrajeshRanjan, S. M. Yunus Mercury is virtually toxic to every organ of body, including central nervous system. The present study is aimed to observe the histopathological changes in thecerebrum of rat induced by oral administration of mercuric chloride in adult albino rats. A total number of 20 adult albino rats of either sex were included in the present study,consisting of equal numbers in both control and experimental groups. Experimental group received mercuric chloride in distilled water for a period of 15 days, then animals of both groups were anaesthetized with ether and perfused with 10% formalin. Cerebrum was dissected. 10 thick sections were obtained by usual histological procedure and were stained with H&E. On light microscopic observation, cerebrum from experimental group revealed pleomorphic changes with pyknosis of nuclei, dense clustering with prominent spongiosis, multiple foci of necrosis with gliosis and congestion of blood capillaries with prominent perivascular fibrosis. It was concluded that mercury has toxic effects on the central nervous system including cerebrum which may explain the clinical manifestation of mercury neurotoxicity.
Study of Infrastructure For Science as Dimension of Psychological Stress Among Science Students published in

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Dr. Narendra Kumar This study attempts to assess theinfrastructure for science as dimension of psychological stress among senior secondary science students studying indifferent types of institutions.. A sample of 631 students was randomly selected from the schools recognized by different boards in Meerut province. They were administered Psychological Stress Scale for Science Students (PSSSS) developed by the researcher himself. Mean, S.D., F-test and t-test were used to analyze the data. Results show that male and female, rural and urban science students differedsignificantly on psychological stress dimension infrastructure for science.Male science students were found to be more stressed than female science students. Further, rural science students were found more stressed than urban science students. Significant difference was also observed among the students of diiferent types of institutions. Highest psychological stress due to infrastructure for sciencewas found in the students of GAS and lowest in the students of AS.
A FRAMEWORK FOR TRACKING CRIMINALS USING IMAGE-BASED HEIGHT DETECTION TECHNIQUES published in

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Oyekanmi E.O, Oluwadare S.A, Alese B.K In recent times, the problem of terrorism has approached a global dimension. The operation of terrorists are indiscriminate. Hence, tracking them requires careful planning, preparation and cooperation among security operatives and nations. Since terrorists have sinister motives, they often hide their identities or use falsified identities. In order to forestall terrorists attacks, intelligence and warning systems are put in place for detecting and preventing future attacks. In this study, we present a framework for tracking criminals using imaged-based height detection techniques. The framework involves four case studies of different postures. An algorithm was developed to capture the intrinsic parameters. The model developed was able to detect, both in the local as well as global, a persons height with no fore-knowledge of the zooming rate with which the picture was taken. Matlab R2009a was used as a programming tool in the implementation of the developed algorithm.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PRINT GLOSS OF METALIZED SHEETS PRINTED WITH SHEET FED OFFSET PRINTING PROCESS AND DRY TONER BASED DIGITAL PRINTING PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohit Kumar *, Aman Bhardwaj Printing metalized sheets with offset printing process requires it to be primer coated prior to the printing. This is complex, time consuming and incorporates some additional cost. Thus, it has not been known in view of the prior art to utilize digital pri nting methods to create sharp, high quality, complex, multi - color, foil - effect designs foil - covered surfaces at relatively high speed and low cost. it was observed that the sheets printed with Dry toner based Digital printing process have comparatively hi gher gloss in case of non primer coated sheets .
DATA STORAGE SECURITY AND DATA MANAGEMENT IN CLOUD COMPUTING published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kuldip M. Josh, Jignesh M. Joshi Cloud Computing has been visualized as the future generation architecture of Information Technology activity. In difference to predictable solutions, Cloud computing moves the application software and databases to the huge information centers. Data security for such a cloud computing includes safe channels, access controls, and encryption. When we think the security of data in a cloud, we must consider: privacy, reliability, and accessibility. The challenge of building dependable, accessible and scalable data management systems able of serve petabytes of data for lots of users has tackled the data security and management research community as well as large internet enterprises. Existing future solutions to scalable data management, driven mainly by common application requirements, limit reliable access to only the granularity of single items, rows, or keys, thus trading off regularity for high scalability and availability.
Preliminary Phytochemical Screening of Euphorbia thymifolia Linn published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Rashmi Shrivastava,1 Richa Sharma1, Jyotsna Mishra,2 and Sunil Dubey2 Phytochemical are secondary metabolites found in one or more parts of the plants for their defense. Keeping this view in mind the present study was carried out in Euphorbia thymifolia (Linn.) plants collected from Vidisha (M.P.), India. The extracts obtained in ethanol by soxhletion gave the percentage yield (7.4%) and its phytochemical screening revealed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoid, carbohydrates, glycosides, triterpenes, tannins, steroids and the absence of saponins and proteins.
IMPACT OF DIVIDEND POLICY IN MARKET VALUE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN BRAZIL published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Alexandre Oliveira Silva, Jos Alves Dantas This study seeks to address the lack of studies about the impact on capital market of the dividend policy practiced by financial institutions in Brazil. Aims to identify whether there is a relationship between the dividend policy adopted by the financial institutions listed on the BM&FBovespa and its market value. Using data from 25 financial institutions, for the period between the first quarter of 2000 and the second quarter of 2014 was estimated regression with panel data to test that theory applies more appropriately to Brazilian financial institutions - the irrelevance of dividends theory, proposed by Miller and Modigliani (1961), or the relevance of dividends theory, defended, among others, by Gordon (1959). Considering an empirical-analytic approach, the test results confirmed the hypothesis irrelevance of dividend policy in the market value of financial institutions. This study also evidence that smaller banks found, less leveraged, more efficient, under foreign and private capital have greater control relationship between the market value and the book value.
Implications of the Audit Oversight Board: External Auditors’ Perspective published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Foong Sook Hwa and Mazlina Mustapha The purpose of Audit Oversight Board (AOB) is to oversee the external auditors who audit the listed companies. Its establishment is expected to improve the quality of the audited financial statements and to increase the confidence of the public on the quality of the services provided by the auditors. This study explores how the establishment of audit oversight board affects the auditors in Malaysia. As the study is exploratory in nature with limited studies being carried out on AOB, face-to-face interviews were conducted with the external auditors. The findings show that the establishment of AOB affects the job of external auditors, especially on the documentation and training costs, which vary across audit firms of different sizes. There are opinions that the increased pressure on the external auditors is not solely due to the establishment of AOB, but it is also due to the revised accounting standards and other regulations. The study also finds that the external auditors’ reliance on the internal auditors is not affected by the establishment of AOB. In addition, regardless of whether the internal audit department is in-house or outsourced, it will not affect the reliance of external auditors on the internal auditors work.
Guidance Needs Disparity in School and College Adolescent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Ramachandrappa V and Raghavaiah B V Short circuit test is one of the very important tests on electrical power equipment to verify its design aspects to withstand the critical severities under the condition of actual fault. To perform these tests a high power source is required. This source can be a grid supply with a high fault level or can be a high power short circuit generator. This paper gives the salient features of high power generator installed at Central Power Research Institute (CPRI), Bangalore. This 2500MVA short circuit generator is of highest capacity in the sub-continent of South Asia as on date. The design features are intricate in nature and complex in terms of stator, rotor damper winding and stator end winding. This paper presents the specification, design concept, constructional features, comparison between salient pole and turbo type of generators and other auxiliaries of the generator. Mechanism of achieving the maximum short circuit current is broadly discussed in this paper. This rare facility at CPRI meets high power testing requirement for the electrical industry and utilities of India and other part of the world. In this paper attempts are also made to bring out the highlights of operational features of capital intensive 2500 MVA SC generator. This generator has been used for short circuit testing of various power system components over the period of time.
Selection of Earlier Flowering Mutants From Canola (Brassica Napus L.) Cv. Serw 4 published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mohamed S. Hassan This research work was conducted during three winter seasons; 2011/2012, 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 at the Experimental Farm of South Valley University, Qena to select for early flowering among 17 canola (Brassica napus L.) promising mutants and evaluation the selections under saline new reclaimed lands conditions . They were isolated from M2 generation after seed treatment of canola variety i.e. Serw 4 by 15 Kr of gamma rays. In the M3 generation Selection was practiced based on early flowering compared to the mother parent. Ten mutants were selected and evaluated in two preliminary trials with their mother parent and chick variety i.e. Serw 6. All mutants were found to be significant earlier than the parent and the chick variety in two trials and their combined. But they shown decreasing in means performance for most other studied traits compared to the mother and chick variety. From the combined data the mutants; M11-2-4 and M11-2-1 were found to be the best in earliness with good performance in most other traits. In conclusion, these two earlier mutants must be put into more future advanced evaluation trials in different locations before registration.
Imaging evaluation of Lisfranc ligament injury in non-athletes without fracture-dislocation: A Case report. published in

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Dr. Prathamesh Bongale, Dr. Priscilla Joshi, Dr. Abhimanyu Kelkar The tarsometatarsal or Lisfranc joint complex provides stabilityto the midfoot and forefoot through osseous relationships between the distal tarsal bones and metatarsal bases and their connections whichprovides support for stabilizing ligamentous structures. Lisfranc joint injuries are relatively uncommon, and their imaging findings can be subtle. Imaging plays an important role in establishing the diagnosis & the management in injuries. This report documents a case of a young male who had ecchymosis over the plantar aspect of the left foot after a road traffic accident. The patient complained of pain on moving the 2ndphalynx. The patient was evaluated with a radiograph of the foot followed by MR imaging which confirmed the tear of the plantar Lisfranc ligament, without fracture or dislocation.The patient was managed conservatively in a non-weight-bearing cast for 4-6 weeks.
Systemic sclerosis (Scleroderma) among adults attending the Rheumatology Clinic of a Tertiary Institution published in

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Oguntona SA, Olatunde OA, Bakare OB Background: Systemic sclerosis is a multi-systemic autoimmune disorder characterised by the generation of autoantibodies, massive deposition of collagen and other matrix substances in the connective tissues and alterations of the microvasculature. Methods: This was a prospective study of all the cases of scleroderma seen between January 2012 and June 2015 at the Rheumatology Clinic of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital. All the patients with the diagnosis of scleroderma were included. Excluded from the study were patients with other skin lesions not typical of scleroderma. Results: Six hundred and six patients with rheumatologic disorders were seen over the study period but eight of them had scleroderma. All the eight cases of scleroderma were females. The age range was 36-52 years with a mean age of 45 years (SD ± 11.4 years). All the cases had arthritis and diffuse skin lesions. Other features included sclerodactyly, microstomia and salt and pepper skin appearance in all the eight cases while Raynaud’s phenomenon and leg ulcers were not frequent. Inflammatory marker (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) was significantly elevated in all the cases. Renal and cardiovascular complications were the leading causes of death. Conclusion: Diffuse systemic sclerosis is a more serious disease than the limited form. Early referral of patients with skin lesions suggestive of scleroderma to a specialist centre is recommended as symptomatic treatment helps to improve the quality of life.
Acromegaly, Endocrine Dysfunction and Polyostotic Fibrous Dysplasia Associated With Mccune-Albright Syndrome: Anesthetic Considerations published in

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Kenneth Moran McCune-Albright Syndrome is a rare disorder affecting the skin, bones and endocrine tissues. It is characterized by the presence of caf au lait spots, polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, and autonomous endocrine hyperfunction. Perioperative management of patients with this syndrome is frequently complex, as they are prone to a large array of comorbidities including pathologic fractures and spinal instability, acromegaly, hyperthyroidism, hypophosphatemia, Cushings syndrome and chronic systemic hypertension, liver disease, and arrythmias. Anesthesiologists are faced with a spectrum of challenges in the perioperative management of these patients. Macroglossia and macrognathia can result in airways which are difficult to visualise and secure. Frail bones and spinal instability often complicate positioning, and endocrinopathies may result in an increased propensity for cardiac arrhythmias perioperatively. The objective of this paper is to report the case of a 36 year-old male with McCune-Albright Syndrome presenting for a T10-11 laminectomy due to spinal cord compression and to discuss our management of this complicated patient with a history of hypophosphatemia, scoliosis, multiple long bone fractures, non-ischemic cardiomyopathy, atrial fibrillation, and severe acromegaly from a growth hormone-secreting pituitary adenoma. KeyWords: McCune Albright Syndrome; Polyostotic Fibrous Dysplasia; Acromegaly; Anesthesia; Endocrinopathies.
Determination of Physical Fitness Index (PFI) With Modified Harvard Step Test (HST) in Male and Female Medical Students of Age 17-19 Yrs published in

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Dr. K. Ranjith Babu, Dr, Mohit Malge, Dr. Meenakshi S. Sable, D. Pavani Background & Objectives: Harvard step test has been given much attention to select highly physically active persons who will be capable of doing hard work so that they may be recruited in various sports & games or appropriate industrial occupations. The present study was carried out in medical students to determine the Harvard Step Test (HST). There is significant difference in Harvard Index (HI) or Physical Fitness Index (PFI) in male and female students because males are generally more aggressive and accepts challenges more than females, also there is significant difference in Height (Ht) and Weight (Wt) in males and females. So, PFI affected by body size as evidenced in the co-relation PFI with height and weight. Methods: The study was conducted in department of physiology, MNR Medical College, Sangareddy. A total of 133 subjects were selected, of whom 73 were male and 60 were female medical students whose age varied from 17 to 19 years. The subjects selected for this study were medical students admitted for First MBBS Course. The PFI or HI of the subjects was calculated by asking the subject to perform Harvard Step test. Prior to the test, age (Yrs), height (cm) and weight (kg) were recorded. Results: In the present study, the mean Harvard Index or PFI was 83.0101 in males and 60.2425 in females. Mean values of height and weight were 170.5603cms & 56.3219kgs in males and 156.14cms & 49.2Kgs in females respectively. Interpretation & Conclusion: Low mean value of PFI in female subjects compared to male subjects can thus be attributable to their lower body weight and height; also, males are generally more aggressive and accept challenges more than females. This present study is an attempt to modify Harvard step test with classification of score. But for Indians it is necessary to modify the step test because of short stature.
A comparative study on phulkari embroidery techniques on ladies suit published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SMRITI DANI AND RITU GARG Present study was conducted to know the preference of respondents regarding different technique of phulkari embroidery , to know the preference of respondent regarding floral motif on ladies suits. In Phulkari Meri Maan Ne Kadhi, Is noo Ghut Ghut Japhiyan Paawan
METHODS AND APPROACHES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
EKATERINA ANDREEVNA FATALNIKOVA The article gives a quick look at teaching practice, methods and approaches are used at the lessons of the English language. The data analyzed were gathered from the three lessons which were carefully observed by the teacher herself and her colleagues. The article touches upon the fields of interaction patterns, dealing with errors and range of tasks done at the lesson.
Rural Marketing: The New Avtar of Marketing and The Key Driver for Indian Economy published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Usha Patel In the recent years, rural markets have acquired significance in countries like China & India, as the overall growth of the economy has resulted into substantial increase in the purchasing power of the rural communities. In Indian rural market generates about 50% Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Rural India comprises around 840 million people and growing income levels & greater ambition are progressively driving demand there. In the period 2009-2012, rural consumption per person increased annually at 19 percent according to data from National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO).
EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF EUPHORBIA HIRTA LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Alli Smith, Y. R* This study was undertaken to evaluate the antioxidant and antimicrobial effects of the ethanolic extracts of the leaves of Euphorbia hirta. The antioxidant and antimicrobial effects of the ethanolic extracts of the leaves of Euphorbia hirta were determined using the in-vitro methods. Its antioxidant effect was determined by evaluating its ferric reducing ability and its scavenging effects on some free radicals such as; 2,2 diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), hydroxyl radical, superoxide radical, and nitric oxide (NO) radicals. Its total phenol content was also determined at 1, 2, 3mg/ml. The antimicrobial effects was determined by evaluating its inhibitory effects against some microorganisms like Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Salmonella spp, Enterococcus feacalis, Klebsilla pneumonia, Proteus maribalis and Shigella dysenteri. Its inhibitory effect was also compared with some standard antibiotics such as ciprofloxacin, streptomycin, gentamicin and amoxicillin. The result shows a concentration dependent increase in the activity of the extract against the radicals. The ethanolic extracts of the leaves of Euphorbia hirta exhibited a reasonable inhibitory effects against all the microorganisms tested with its minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) at 0.8mg/ml. Comparing with the standard antibiotics, It shows a wider zone of inhibition against some microorganisms than the standard antibiotics which was more pronounced against Proteus maribalis, Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis. This study demonstrated the significant free radical scavenging and antimicrobial potential of the leaves of Euphorbia hirta and could be explored for treatment of various infections caused by these microorganisms and also in the treatment of free radicals mediated aliments.
Production of Protease through SSF by Bacillus Subtilis NCIM 2724 published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Meena Vangalapati*, Sree Satya Nandam, Surya Prakash D.V and Sumanjali Avanigadda Production of protease employing the laboratory isolates of Bacillus sps. under solid state fermentation. The present study was designed for study of increasing the production of protease feasible at commercial level and an attempt has been made to optimize the different physico chemical parameters required for obtaining the maximum production of protease using Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus lincheniformis. Bacillus subtilis gives the maximum enzyme production by using papaya peel as the substrate with the optimized conditions of incubation time 24hr, temperature 300C, moisture content 40%w/v, and inoculum level of 0.8%w/v and with substrate concentration of 10g and pH 8.0, glucose concentration 2.0%w/v. The maximum production of protease enzyme considering all optimum conditions of various parameters was found to be 0.69 mg/ml.
Effects of Seasons, Host Age, Size and Sex on Monogenetic Trematode, Hamatopeduncularia indicus of Host Fish, Arius jella published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Akhter Ali Siddiqui A total number of 220 Arius jella were examined for parasitic infection. The effect of some factors, on the incidence of parasitic infection on the host fish is carried out. The result of this study showed that, more than sixty percent of the examined host fishes were infected. The prevalence of infection was higher in female than male. The large sized fishes were more subjected to parasitic infection than smaller ones. A definite seasonal effect is noted, the summer found to be season of severe infection of fishes, where the percentage of infection was obviously higher than other seasons. The average prevalence (%), mean intensity and relative abundance were calculated to be 44.22, 2.26, and 0.88, respectively. The above results and their reasons corroborated with the findings of earlier researchers.
A CLASSIFICATION OF ALMOST LORENTZIAN SASAKIAN MANIFOLD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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L K Pandey In 2011, R. Nivas and A. Bajpai [6] studied on generalized Lorentzian Para-Sasakian manifolds. Hayden [2] introduced the idea of metric connection with torsion tensor in a Riemannian manifold. In 1970, K.Yano [7]studied on semi-symmetric metric connections and their curvature tensors.In 1975, Golab [1] studied quarter-symmetric connection in a differentiable manifold. Imai [3] studied the properties of semi-symmetric metric connection in a Riemannian manifold. In 1980, R. S. Mishra and S. N. Pandey [4] discussed on quarter-symmetric metric Fconnection. In 1992, Nirmala S. Agashe and Mangala R. Chafle [5] studied semi-symmetric non-metric connection in a Riemannian manifold. In this paper, generalized almost Lorentzian Sasakian manifolds have been discussed and some of their properties have been established with generalized almost Lorentzian Co-symplectic manifold. Semisymmetric metric F-connection in a generalized Lorentzian Sasakian manifold has also been discussed.
PENINGKATAN KUALITAS PENGAJAR BAHASA ARAB SEBAGAI UPAYA MENINGKATKAN STANDAR MUTU PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA ARAB published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

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Abdul Wahab Rosyidi In reality, the objectives, methods, 'and materials of teaching and learning Arabic have not improved the Arabic students' achievements. One of the causes is the unqualified teachers', they do not have enough knowledge of applied linguistic theories, the principles, approches, and methods of language learning, and material improvement. While, teachers' have important roles in Arabic learning process. The success of Arabic learning results from, among other things, the teachers' abilities that inclued "al Janib al Lughawy, al Janib al Tsaqafy, al Janib al Mihny". Therefore, improving the Arabic teachers quality is one of the alternatives to enhance the quality standard of Arabic learning.
PROFILE AND EXPECTATIONS OF FRESHMEN STUDENTS OF ACCOUNTING COURSE: A SURVEY IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN THE NORTHWEST REGION OF SO PAULO STATE published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

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Claudio de Souza Miranda, Adriana Maria Procpio Arajo, Rassa Alvares de Matos Miranda The objective of this study was to analyse the profile and expectations of freshmen students of accounting. The research population was 505 freshmen students of accounting, covering ten colleges from five cities in the northwest region of Sao Paulo State, geographically close to the city of Ribeiro Preto. The methodology of the study about the objectives was descriptive and the research procedures were done through data gathering by online questionnaires. The results indicate that the freshman students of accounting choose the course because of the influence of the market characteristics. The main functions that they can work on in the future are almost unknown to the freshmen. Regarding the working areas, the research shows a strong tendency for large organizations and accounting entrepreneurship. Concerning the income of the freshmen students, the profile of the population has an average income lower than the Brazilian average. Among the difficulties found on the study, the most relevant, indicates possible deficiencies of the English language mainly from students that had studied at public schools.
A comprehensive study on symptoms, occurrence and intensity of leaf blight disease of Ocimum sanctum in and adjoining areas of 24 Parganas(N), West Bengal published in

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Subhankar Banerjee, Swapan Kr Ghosh A destructive leaf blight disease of Ocimum sanctum L. is found in West Bengal. Its causal organism was isolated and phenotypically identified as Alternaria sp. Once in a week survey for two consecutive years of 2013 and 2014 in ten places of 24 Parganas(N) district,West Bengal establishes the presence of disease in all ten places. PDI was recorded by monitoring its cultivation at 4 selected areas of and adjoining North 24 Parganas, West Bengal for the same time period.Maximum PDI (44.61%-76.66%) was between July to September and minimum (12.30- 37.50 %) was recorded during December January in all four studied areas. There was not only any significant report of fungal disease on Ocimum sanctum but also this is the first approach to the study of disease intensity of leaf blight disease of Ocimum sanctum all over the world. So our work is an entirely new one in this regard.
The potential of Ettawa goat manure and urine management to support the productive and sustainable farming published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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M. FERICHANI Department of Agribusiness, Faculty of Agriculture University of Sebelas Maret (UNS) Central Java Province, Indonesia This research was integrated with the empowerment programme namely IBM (Science and Technology for the People) which aimed to find the solid organic fertilizer (SOF) and liquid organic fertilizer (LOF) of ettawa goat to support the productive and sustainable farming.The programme was carried out in Yogyakarta Province during May to November, 2012 involving partners like KUBE Co-operative Business Association- Adi Jaya and KUBE Rizki Annisa in Sleman District as well as Institute of Joglo Minar Tani in Bantul District of Indonesia. The research which was integrated to the empowerment programme was carried out through serial process of training for corporate people; procurement of SOF and LOF production devices and materials; production process of SOF and LOF; demonstration in plots (demoplots) and laboratory test for fertilizers quality. The process and the results of the demoplots were recorded and were measured through economic approach to know the farm potentials. 20 demoplots for rice crops each of size 200 m2 while the vegetables were planted in the back yard and garden consisting of purple egg plant, green egg plant, tomato, chili, and dark mustard greens. Demoplots for rice crops were cultivated using local variety namely Menthik Susu through implementing method of System of Rice Intensification (SRI) in pro-organic version while the vegetables were done in pure organic version. The laboratory test report for LOF created by partners contents N, P and K as well as the other essential elements such as Ca, Fe, Mn, and Mg. The demoplots results show that SOF and LOF made from ettawa goat manure and urine have a good potential for rice farming as depicted through B/C ratio of 12.44 higher than 5.83 of conventional system through the reduced use of synthetic fertilizers uses by 58.3%. Implementation to vegetable crops using self-produced SOF and LOF also shows considerable business feasibilities that B/C values of 33.28, 43.52, 40.00, 47.04 for purple egg crops, green egg crops, tomato and chili respectively.
A comparative study on the role of Lysine and BSA in Glycation-induced damage to DNA published in

Bioscience and Bioengineering Communications

Published by BBC Publications
Ahmad Ali*, Rajeev Sharma Glycation is a nonenzymatic process in which carbonyl groups of sugar react with the amino group of proteins and nucleic acids. This process leads to the formation of many deleterious products which are commonly called as advanced glycation end products (AGEs). These products have been implicated in various pathophysiological conditions like retinopathy, diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer etc. In the present study, effect of glycation on the structure of nucleic acids (plasmid and genomic DNA) has been studied. Glucose and methyl glyoxal (MG) caused damage to plasmid DNA in the presence of lysine and/or FeCl3. When plasmid pBR322 DNA was incubated with BSA and MG, it showed gradual increase in the structural alteration with corresponding increase in incubation. Similarly, genomic DNA was also damaged in the presence of lysine, MG and FeCl3. These results indicate the glycoxidative damage of nucleic acids and role of metal ions in the catalysis of the process. This work also indicates the differential potential of lysine and BSA in glycation-induced damage of DNA
Ethnomedicinal study of Animal from Nandurbar District of Maharashtra published in

International Journal of Science Info

Published by Vimal Publication Nandurbar
Madhukar B. Patil The tribal people considered as their self the “sons of soil” their thinking that adivasi is the “ancient resident” of forest and conserve the forest and maintain the ecosystem with the knowledge and utilization of plants and animals. Using of the animals from the tribal peoples as mainly the medicinal people. The present studies man – animal relationship in Nandurbar district. Ethnozoological data were collected by semi – structured interviews. Data were collected from the period of November 2015 to May 2016. The tribal community treasures knowledge on various animal species used in 35 different medicinal purposes including tuberculosis, paralysis, Weakness, asthma, cough etc. and for other religious purposes. Some animals are the sources of important traditional medicines. Most important is to priority should be given in conservation of those animals which are of high consensus value to the community. The knowledge as related to use, management and conservation of an animal resource, acquired during this long course of interaction is transmitted orally from one generation to the next without being documented anywhere. The knowledge if harnessed properly could prove to be a valuable asset, which could be integrated into the modern development project for fruitful results. But there is growing trend of depletion of biodiversity as well as cultural diversity in the district. Therefore it is urgent to initiate organized scientific study and document such valuable and time tested ethnozoological knowledge before these culturally rich people and important faunal resource disappear
Development of E-Commerce in Recent Trends: A Review published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Vikram Jain This paper represents the report on Development and success of e-commerce. It helps to analyze the development of e-commerce and the success factors to be considered in the growth of business. The analysis concluded that software, music (CDs) and literature (books and magazines) continue to dominate on-line purchases; however, new industries are finding their place on the web as well. Travel and tourism companies, grocery and department store chains and non apparel specialty stores were making their presence known. It was stressed that the companies must undertake the beginning of an implementation plan to involve in e-commerce.
Accidental Poisoning in Children in Bilaspur published in

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Sameer Kumar Jain Background: Childhood poisoning is preventable problem with considerable morbidity and mortality. This retrospective study was carried out to describe the epidemiology of accidental poisoning of children with seeds, drugs and chemicals in Bilaspur Methods:In a 5 years retrospective review of accidental poisoning 273 children were admitted to paediatrics department (CIMS). The following information was collected from inpatient records: age, sex, and type of toxin, symptomatology, source of poison, time of the year, hospital stay and final outcome. Results: Most cases of poisoning involved children under the age of 4 years except of seed poisoning which was more common in children over the age of 4 years and male were slightly predominant. There were 10 deaths, 3 from organophosphorus poisoning, 1 from sulphas, 1 from kerosene, and 3 cases of unknown poisoning. Most of the children were symptomatic at presentation. Seed were the most commonly ingested substance (49.45%), followed by hydrocarbon products (21.34%), and medicines (15.38%). Hydrocarbon ingestion occurred mostly in children under 2 years of age while poisoning with seeds was more common in those over 4 years of age. No seasonal variation in the incidence of poisoning was noted. A slight decline in the incidence of poisoning during last 2 years of study was noted. Most cases of poisoning under the age of 4 years occurred at home. Conclusion: Accidental poisoning with seeds, medicinal and non-medicinal products contribute to significant morbidity and hospital admissions in Bilaspur.
SOME SOLUTIONS OF DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS ON THE SPHERE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Meyrbek Inkarbekuly Azbergen In article decisions are modeled planar dynamical systems on the sphere, with different coefficients, forming a more complex topological structure.
Sero-Prevalence of Helicobacter Pylori Antibodies and Peptic Ulcer Patients in Aguata and Orumba Local Government Area of Anambra State. published in

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Mbanisi Bridget Obianuju, Effiong Edet Bassey The objective of this study is to assess the sero prevalence of H. pylori antibodies among patients with recurrent abdominal pains attending hospitals in two local government Areas of Anambra State, Nigeria. A total of 1000 samples were collected for examination, questionnaire were administered to all the patients. The blood and stools samples were analysed using a qualitative membrane device based immunoassay (Hema screen TMKIT Americal Association for Clinical Chemistry) for treating stomach infection). Rapid test kit) the results showed: out of 1000 samples tested, for H. pylori 318 (31.8%) were occult/serum positive, while 682 (68.2%) were negative. Infected females were 200 (62.88%) while 118 (372%) infected were males. H. pylori was commonly occurred among the ages of 21 40 years of age. There was no marked difference between occurrence of H. pylori among people of Aguata and Orumba on geographical setting. Re-current abdominal pain was positive indicator of H pyori Infection (93.0%) complaints. Biostatistical Analysis revealed that ?2 cal
DETERMINING FALSE ATTACKS USING DDSGA TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr Ruksar Fatima*, Mohd Shafiuddin For the sake of identifying masquerade attackers in a computer, various alignment algorithms has been proposed. The semi-global alignment algorithm (SGA) is the most effective and also efficient technique to detect these type of attacks till now, but it has not reach the level of accuracy and effectiveness required by large scale and multiuser systems. To support these shortcomings of SGA and to increase both the effectiveness and the performances of this algorithm, the Data-Driven Semi-Global Alignment, DDSGA approach has been proposed. DDSGA has much more improvements and increases the scoring of the systems by adopting different alignment parameters for each single client. Moreover, it accepts small behavior changes in user command sequences by admitting a small changes in low-level representation of the commands functionality. It also do adjustments to changes in the user behavior by modifying the user signature according to its current user behavior in the computer. DDSGA decreases alignment overhead and also parallelizes the detection and the update for better optimization of runtime. The experimental outcomes of this DDSGA alignment show that DDSGA accomplishes a high hit ratio of 88.4 percent, with a low false positive rate of 1.7 percent. It also enhances the hit ratio of the enhanced SGA by about 21.9 percent and minimizes Maxion-Townsend cost by 22.5 percent.
Impact Assessment of Plant Protection Technologies for Sustainable Production of Pulses in Central India ` published in

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Satya Prakash Singh Tomar, Prdeep Singh Kushwah, Pushpendra Singh On farms trails (OFT) and Frontline demonstration (FLD) are the most powerful tools for assessment and demonstration of technology in micro farming situation. Keeping in view of an effective extension approach for dissemination of plant protection technologies for sustainable production of pulses in central India farming system conducted at 45 farmers fields in 10 villages of three districts viz, Gwalior, Bhind and Morena in Gird agro climatic zone of Madhya Pradesh at central India during four consecutive years 2008-09 to 2011-12 was assessed. The impact assessment was based on the technologies assessed over farmers practices with reference to plant infestation per cent, yield, net return and cost benefit ratio. There are nine plant protection technologies were assessed and demonstrated at the farmers field for management of disease and insect pests in pulses. Average 4.7 per cent infestation , 16.17 q/ha yield, Rs 27351/ha net return and 2.4 cost benefit ratio in comparison to farmers practice 13.24 percent infestation , 13.73 q/ha yield, Rs 20654/ha net return and 2.0 cost benefit ratio. On farm trails and front line demonstrations were undertaken to validate location specific plant protection technologies to manage the insect pests infestation and disease complex in pulses.
PAIRED FASTER FFT: GRIGORYAN FFT IMPLEMENTATION AND PERFORMANCE ON XILINX FPGAS AND TMS DSPS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Ranganadh Narayanam*, Artyom M. Grigoryan, Parimal A. Patel, Bindu Tushara D Discrete Fourier Transform is a principal mathematical method for the frequency analysis and has wide applications in Engineering and Sciences. Because the DFT is so ubiquitous, fast methods for computing DFT have been studied extensively, and conti nuous to be an active research. The way of splitting the DFT gives out various fast algorithms. In this paper, we present the implementation of two fast algorithms for the DFT for evaluating their performance. One of them is the popular radix - 2 Cooley - Tuke y fast Fourier transform algorithm (FFT) [1] and the other one is the Grigoryan FFT based on the splitting by the paired transform [2]. We evaluate the performance of these algorithms by implementing them on the Xilinx Virtex - II Pro [6], Virtex - 4[9] and Vi rtex - 5[7] FPGAs, by developing our own FFT processor architectures. We have evaluated the performances also by implementing on Texas Instruments fixed point DSP processors: TMS320C5416[17], TMS320C6748[17], TMS320C5515[17]. Finally we show that the Grigory an FFT is working faster than the Cooley - Tukey FFT, consequently it is useful for higher sampling rates. Operating at higher sampling rates is a challenge in DSP applications. We proved that on Xilinx FPGAs and TMS DSPs, the Grigoryan FFT is performing at most 1.358 and 1.7 times faster than the Cooley - Tukey FFT respectively. We also confirm that for the same architectures Virtex - 5 platform is better platform for implementing the Grigoryan FFT .
Comparison of Intravenous Bolus Ephedrine PheNylephrine and Mephentermine for Maintenance of Arterial Pressure During Spinal Anaesthesia in Caesarean Section published in

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Dr.D.V.Rama Siva Naik Dr.Murali Prabhakar Context: Comparison of intravenous bolus ephedrine phenylephrine and mephentermine for maintenance of arterial pressure during spinal anaesthesia in caesarean section. AIM: To Comparison of intravenous bolus ephedrine phenylephrine and mephentermine for maintenance of arterial pressure during spinal anaesthesia in caesarean section. Settings and Design: The present Prospective Randomizedstudy was carried out in a tertiary care teaching hospital. A total of 60 American society of Anaerianearnesthesiologist physical status I and II paients aged about 20 to 30 Years pregnant women posted for elective cease-ran and emergency ceaserian section under spinal anaesthesia were enrold in the study. Pa-tients were randomly devided in to three groups. Group P (phenylephrine) Group E (ephe-drine) Group M (mephentermine) with 20 patients in each group. Materials and Methods: group P received 100 ug I v bolus Group E received ephedrine 6 mg I v bolus and group M 6mg in 1ml I v bolus. Statistical Analysis Used: Comparitibility of groups are analyzed with analysis variance test to analyzed parametric data P value < 0.05 was considered significant. Results: The systolic and diastolic arterial pressure were decreased statistically significant (P<0.001) at the onset of Hypotension and increases after bolus dose of drug , in all the three groups heart rate variable in deferent groups in pre and post surgery drug values. Conclusion: we have found that the phenylephrine, ephedrine and mephentermine are ef-fective in I v bolus form in maintanace of arterial pressure within 20% limit of base line though phenylephrine has quicker peak effect in coparission to ,ephedrine and mephenter-mine and it causes reduction in heart rate which may be advantageous in cardiac patients and patientsin whom tachycardia is undesirable.
NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF RAW AND SOAKING COMPARED TO PRESSURE-COOKED (CICER ARIETINUM L.) SEEDS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. Sindhu and S. Sumathi* Food is the basic necessity of man. If is a mixture of different nutrients such as carbohydrate, protein, vitamins and minerals. They nutrients are essential for growth, development and maintenance of good health throughout life. Chickpea is an important pulse crop with a wide range of potential nutritional benefits because of its chemical composition. Raw and processed (soaked and pressure-cooked) seeds of chickpea were analyzed for nutritional qualities such as carbohydrates, protein, iron, calcium, vitamin-B, vitamin-C, vitamin-D, vitamin-E, ash and moisture. A significant difference was seen between the proximate composition of raw and processed seeds. Based on the results pressure-cooked method is recommended for chickpea preparation, not only for improving nutritional quality, but also for reducing cooking time.
Prevalence of Mrsa Among Post Operative Surgical Site Infection of Laparotomy Cases in a Tertiary Care Hospital published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.V.Kanchana, Dr.S.Radha Kumari This study was conducted to investigate the prevalence rate of MRSA and their susceptibility pattern among surgical site infection (SSI) in laparotomy cases for 1 year period to provide guidelines for empirical antibiotic therapy and prevention of transmission of MRSA in post operative infections. During the study period , 720 patients underwent Laparotomy surgery , among them SSI was observed in 100 cases . In that about 52% were Gram positive organisms and 46% were Gram negative organisms and 2% were culture negative. Staphylococcus aureus was the predominant causative agent ( 40%) followed by Escherichia coli (17%) . Among 40 Staphylococcus , MRSA was identified in 15 isolates(15%) by disc diffusion method using cefoxitin and rest of them are MSSA (25% ). In that more than 80% of MRSA were resistant to Ampicillin, Gentamycin & Doxycycline & 100% sensitive to Vancomycin, Linezolid & Teicoplanin.
Cortical Deafness- A Rare Case Report published in

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V Jaya, S. S. Vignesh, S. S. Vignesh Central Auditory deficits can vary from pure word deafness to unresponsiveness to all environmental sounds. Cortical deafness is a term used to define severe central auditory deficits following bilateral lesions which are rare and provide unique opportunity to evaluate audiologically. Confirmation of cortical deafness requires detailed test battery approach with Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEP). This case report highlights the importance of AEPs along with routine audiological testing in diagnosis of cortical deafness. Also we emphasis on complete speech , language evaluation to rule out aphasia, a language disorder commonly accompanied with mild to severe auditory comprehension deficits.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

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???????? ??????? ?????????? The article describes a set of research methods at factor modeling of economic processes that might be used in the calculation of the calendar and planning regulations. Applied research has confirmed that the factorial model of the system is a function of many variables, expresses the actual relations between the analyzed phenomena, as the functioning of any complex socio-economic systems in the conditions of a complex interaction of factors
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF IMMEDIATE RELEASE TABLETS OF S (-) METOPROLOL SUCCINATE USING ROLLER COMPACTION APPROACH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Srikant Pimple*, Pravin Maurya, Akash Joshi, Mohan Salunke, Ruby Singh Metoprolol succinate is a Beta 1-selective, adrenoceptor blocking agent used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris and heart failure. S-Metoprolol at half the dose of racemate has proved to be effective in the treatment of hypertension. The present study was aimed to develop a chirally pure S (-) Metoprolol Succinate Tablets 50 mg and 25 mg equivalent to Metoprolol Tartrate Tablets 100 mg and 50 mg respectively. Preformulation studies were carried out to evaluate the compatibility of API with all the excipients used in formulation. Results of drug excipient compatibility study indicate that the API was compatible with all excipients. Immediate release tablets were prepared by both wet granulation and direct compression techniques. In wet granulation process related substance was observed on higher side. To overcome the problem of related substance further batches were taken with direct compression which results in reduction in related substance but flow properties were poor. Final formulation was prepared by direct compression technique using roller compaction approach. Roller compaction is commonly used as a dry granulation technique to produce granules with enhanced flowability, increase in bulk density and ready for die compression. Physiochemical and in-vitro release characteristics of all the formulation was evaluated and compared. Percent drug release of test formulation was compared with reference racemic drug product and similarity factor for both the strength was calculated. Accelerated stability studies were performed for 2 Months and results were found well within the limits.
REALISMO POLTICO E CONFLITOS published in

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

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Communication skills of rural adolescent girls of Jorhat district of Assam published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
JURI BARUAH, BINAPANI DEKA, KRISHNA BARUAHAND PANKAJ DEKA Communication is a two-way process. It is the meaningful exchange of information between two or a group of living creatures. The use of effective communication skills is an important social competency. An adolescents level of maturity is closely related to levels of communication. Well-developed communication skills are essential skills for academic pursuits and for future life. Communication stands so deeply rooted in human behaviours and the structures of society. Communication skill is very much essential for village girls, because they are deprived part of population. One study was carried out on one hundred and fifty (150) girls within the age group of 10- 18 years from five (5) villages of Jorhat district of Assam. Villages were selected randomly from all the Developmental Blocks of Jorhat district of Assam. After collection of information, intervention programmes were arranged for these girls. Intervention programme included trainings in different areas, stories, lectures accompanied by charts, posters and other teaching aids were used for intervention. Slide shows were also arranged to impart information on different topics to improve their knowledge as well as communication skills. Their knowledge was assessed both before and after intervention. Significance difference was found between knowledge at pre and post-test in all the aspects.
SUBSURFACE VELOCITY MODEL FROM INVERSION OF H/V SPECTRAL RATIO OF AMBIENT NOISE RECORDS published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Titi Anggono, Syuhada Syuhada The Horizontal-to-Vertical (H/V) spectral ratio method uses continuous ambient noise records has been used extensively to study the characteristics of site response due to the earthquake occurrence. Sources of ambient noise are usually from human activities or natural excitations and might be composed of body and surface wave components. Several studies have investigated the possibility to extract information on the shallow subsurface model from the inversion of H/V spectral ratio. In this study, we investigated the shallow subsurface velocity model below two broadband seismometers at Simeulue Island, Aceh. Two broadband seismometers of PUTR and LEWK were selected because of the relatively clear peak amplitude of H/V spectral ratios, which may reflect the existence of strong impedance contrast. The initial models are set to be fixed of five homogeneous medium layers with the last medium to be infinite homogeneous medium. By setting fixed layer boundaries in the inversion process, the velocities in the medium may vary to obtain the most suitable fitting to the observed H/V spectral ratio. From the inversion process, we suggest we suggest that the strong impedance contrasts may occur on the shallow part of the medium at 2 up to 15 m depth. Keywords: ambient noise records, H/V spectral ratio, inversion process.
BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM BLENDS OF ANIMAL DUNG AND FOOD WASTE USING LOCALLY MADE ANAEROBIC DIGESTER published in

Ewemen Journal of Development Technology & Management (EJDTM)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
UKPABI Chibueze, NDUKWE Okorie, NWACHUKWU Ifeanyi OKORO Oriaku Biomass resources such as cattle dung, agriculture wastes and other organic wastes have been one of the main energy sources and as well as pollutant in many developing countries. There is a vast scope to convert these biomass into biogas. Biogas production from blends of animal dung and food waste using locally made anaerobic digestion was investigation. The volume of the biogas produced was measured by using calibrated cylinder with paraffin oil displacement arrangement. The proximate composition revealed that the various feedstock contained energy yielding nutrients but at varying concentrations. The data showed the volume of biogas production in respect of number of days under the various experiment. Biogas production increased in the earlier days of the experiment and then started decreasing as acid concentration increased as indicated by the decrease in pH. Thus the combined waste slurry produced more gas (30.58 mL) than the animal dung (19.20 mL single and 10.00 mL combined). This may be attributed to the fact that food waste contained more carbohydrates and less proteins than the dung. This study has showed that by combining food waste to animal dung the efficiency of biogas generation can be increased. Keywords: Animal dung, Food waste, Anaerobic digestion and Biogas production.
A case report of knotting of DJ stent published in

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Dr. Divyesh J. Pathak, Dr. Rishi Grover, Dr. Hiren P. Vaidya The insertion of an indwelling ureteric stent is a routine procedure in urology.Complication secondary to these stents are common like recurrent UTI, stone formation. Knot formation within the urinary system is an extremely rare condition with less than 15 cases reported in literature.Nineteen year old female patient admitted with complaint of pain in right loin, radiating to groin and burning micturition for 6 months off and on.A plain KUB radiograph, Ultrasonography, IVP revealed a staghorn calculus of 3 cm with three calculi of 10 mm in right pelvicalyceal system with hydroureter and hydronephrosis.Open right pyelolithotomy with double J stenting was done. On 1st postoperative day, knotted DJ stent was detected in plain radiograph. Patients CT urography revealed coiled up stent in dilated urinary system. One tip was in lower calyx and the other tip was in midureter with knotting at lower end. Early diagnosis of knotted stent and timely intervention via minimal access instruments like ureteroscopy can prevent major and fatal complication like urosepsis and renal shutdown.No guidelines exist for successful management of knotted stent. Under spinal anaesthesia, in the lithotomy position a guidewire was inserted in the ureter. An 8f rigid ureterosope was advanced; the stent end was grasped with basket and progressively extracted under direct vision as well as via guidance with basket IITV. By gentle continuous traction, the stent was slowly pulled until complete stent was removed. Any ureteral injury was excluded via dye injection. On the first postoperative day, patient was discharged without any complication.
SERINE PHOSPHORYLATION EFFECT ON SECONDARY STRUCTURE PREDICTION OF INTRINSICALLY UNSTRUCTURED AND ORDERED STRUCTURED PENTAPEPTIDES BY RAMACHANDRAN ANALYSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Håvard J. Haugen, Jiri Vymetal and Jiri Vondrášek Many proteins associated with cell signalling pathways are often targets of post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation, glycosylation, ubiquitination, nitrosylation, methylation, acetylation, lipidation and proteolysis. Such modifications can lead to the induction or disruption of secondary structural elements of the modified protein. This paper describes the structural behaviour of a set of intrinsically disordered peptides (IDP) and ordered structured peptides (OP) modified by phosphorylation on a serine residue. These pentapeptides (IDP and OP) derived from fragmentation of proteins from different organisms. Ramachandran analysis revealed that both, IDP and OP, have an overall propensity for α-helical structure that is greatest in IDP and non-existent in OP cluster conformations. Phosphorylation of OP caused a decrease in the helical propensity in the serine phosphorylated residues, whereas for IDP with high disorder tendency, the opposite was observed and phosphorylation engendered alpha left-handed helical propensity.
Effect of diaphragm on the foundations of building structures with steel seismic base isolators published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Abbas Haghollahi, Omid Ghiami Ardabili, Amir Tarighat Seismic isolation is a technique of reducing the response of structure against earthquake. Using this kind of building systems , leads to dissipation of the principal frequencies of the reduces the seismic energy during the earthquake .The direct effect of using this system is the reduction of earthquake load and the destruction of buildings. The main concern of this paper is to find out the effects of using horizontal diaphragm on the seismic isolators which are erected on the foundations. By nonlinear modeling and analysis of steel moment resisting frame and lateral bracing systems in structures with different stories, beneficial results regarding to behavior of the seismic isolation system are obtained. Results of this study show remarkable effects of the foundation diaphragms on the behaviors of the structures.
Role of Trade Unions A Critical Dimension on Organizational Climate: A Study in Two Thermal Power Stations-Nttps & Kt published in

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V.Naga Nirmala, Dr. B. Naga Raju This study attempts to establish the relationships that exist the Trade unions and organisational climate and its influence on the employees at the work place in Narla Tata Rao Thermal Power Station in Vijayawada and kothagudem thermal power station in palavancha. It also sets to ascertain in organizational climate and its impact on trade unions among employees thereby maintaining human relations of the employees and workers in the power sectors. A total of 312 copies of questionnaires were administered to NTTPS and KTPS but a total of 244 questionnaires in NTTPS, and 108 in KTPS. The study was conducted through observation Method and Personal interview Method. The researcher used the SPSS 17.0 Version and statistical tools of Mean, Rank correlation, Factor Analysis to obtain the results. Finally the results shows an differences in employee opinion of union relations in two power sectors
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AT LAKSHMI FORD, THANJAVUR published in

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Jonathan Job, Guru P ?is paper is a study on the efficiency of post sales activity at Lakshmi Ford, ?anjavur. ?is study aims at finding various aspects of the post sales service provided and suggest the organization findings, which they could improve furthermore. ?is is a descriptive research which is used to describe characteristics of a population or phenomenon being studied. It addresses the "what" question (what are the characteristics of the population or situation being studied?). ?is study contains specific recommendations for managers to improve their post-sales service. 84 samples were chosen by Convenient Sampling method for this study and the data were analysed through Simple Percentage Analysis and Chi-Square Test.
In Recent era: Indication of Guggulu (Commiphora wightti) IN Human disorders published in

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Clinical significance of BERA(Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry) in children with Sensorineural hearing loss affected by Pyogenic Meningitis and application of BERA in prognosis of hearing loss. published in

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Zafar Iqbal, S C Sharma, S F Hashmi OBJECTIVE: Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) is an important sequelae of acute pyogenic meningitis in children. This study was undertaken to determine the incidence of SNHL following meningitis in non-neonates and its correlation with various factors. METHODS: Children below age 6 years with ABM admitted in a teaching hospital over a period of 27 months were enrolled. Detailed history was taken, clinical examination performed and cerebrospinal fluid analyzed at commencement of therapy, 48 hours later and at the end of treatment. On discharge brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA) was recorded. Data were analyzed using appropriate statistical tests. RESULTS: Out of 75 children enrolled, 45 (60%) developed SNHL, all bilateral, while the rest had unilateral SNHL. Among hearing impaired subjects, 22.2% had mild while 38.85% each had moderate and profound hearing loss. There was significantly higher protein content and neutrophils in the second CSF sample of those with SNHL. Age, presence of vomiting, altered sensorium seizures and aminoglycoside usage were not significantly different in those with and without SNHL, but the total duration of fever was (p<0.05). There was significantly higher protein content and neutrophils in the second CSF sample of those with SNHL. CONCLUSION: There is a greater than 50% probability of the child developing SNHL if neutrophil percentage in the second CSF is 80% or more. Since the overall risk of SNHL is significant in children with meningitis, it is recommended that BERA be recorded in all, so that early intervention may be possible
DISH-Distributed Information Sharing System for Energy Efficiency in MANETs published in

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C.MARUTHI, S.DILIP KUMAR This project proposes a cooperative transmission link in wireless networks as a transmitter cluster and a receiver cluster. And then propose a cooperative communication protocol for establishment of these clusters and for cooperative transmission of data. We derive the upper bound of the capacity of the protocol, and we analyze the end-to-end robustness of the protocol to data-packet loss, along with the tradeoff between energy consumption and error rate. The energy efficient protocol contains two main phases of mode ? Routing phase, ? Recruiting and transmission. The analysis results are used to compare the energy savings and the end-to-end robustness of our protocol with two noncooperative schemes, as well as to another cooperative protocol published in the technical literature.
Analisis Kelembagaan dan Srategi Peningkatan Daya Saing Komoditas Kentang di Kabupaten Banjarnegara, Jawa Tengah published in

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Ruwanti Eka Rahayu, Lindawati Kartika The increase of import volume and the decrease of export volume of vegetables require the efforts to increase the competitiveness of local vegetable products. Potato is the core of highland vegetable commodities in national and regional areas that potential to be developed. One of the potatoes production centers in Central Java is Banjarnegara Regency. The purpose of this study are to formulate strategy and key performance indicators (KPIs) that will increase the competitiveness of potato in Banjarnegara. Data analyzed by Descriptive analysis, TOWS analysis, and Pairwise Comparison. The results of this study indicate that: the KPIs that become the priorities in increasing the competitiveness of potato in Banjarnegara are; a) The number of farmers who distribute their products in cooperative; b) Percentage increase in the number of certified seed potatoes that meet farmers needs; and c) Percentage increase of the local potatoes production to meet the demand of domestic and export markets as well as the related regulations on potatoes business partnership contract system. Keywords: competitiveness, key performance indicators, potatoes
The Evolution of Enterprise Organization Designs published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Jay R. Galbraith This article extends Alfred Chandler's seminal ideas about strategy and organizational structure, and it predicts the next stage of organizational evolution. Chandler described the evolution of vertical integration and diversification strategies for which the functional and multidivisional structures are appropriate. He also explained how the dominant structure at any point in time is a concatenation or accumulation of all previous strategies and structures. I extend Chandler's ideas by describing how early "structures" became "organizations" (people, rewards, management processes, etc.) and by discussing the more recent strategies of international expansion and customer focus. International expansion leads to organizations of three dimensions: functions, business units, and countries. Customer-focused strategies lead to four-dimensional organizations currently found in global firms such as IBM, Nike, and Procter & Gamble. I argue that the next major dimension along which organizations will evolve is emerging in firms which are experimenting with the use of "Big Data."
Extraction, Purification and Characterization of Proteolytic Enzyme from Fig (Ficus carica) and Kachri (Cucumis trigonus) published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

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Haseeb Akram Sindhu, Abu Saeed Hashmi, Faiza Masood and Muhammad Sajid Fig (Ficus carica) and Kachri (Cucumis trigonus) contain high concentration of proteolytic enzymes. In current research work, purification and characterization of papain (a proteolytic enzyme) from Kachri (Cucumis trigonus) and Fig (Ficus carica) was carried out. Kachri and Fig was crushed separately in a food blender by using 0.1M (PO4) -3 buffer of pH 8.00, distilled water and 70% ethanol. Liquid mixture obtained was centrifuged and supernatant used as enzyme source. Purification of papain was carried out by Ammonium Sulphate precipitation and dialysis followed by Gel filtration by Sephadex G-50. Then characterization of papain such as protein estimation, determination of proteolytic activity (International Unit) of enzyme and SDS-PAGE analysis were performed to determined molecular weight. Finally, the yield and proteolytic activity of papain was measured and compared with the commercial products. Crude preparation of enzyme has a wide specificity due to the presence of various proteinase and peptidase isozymes. These enzymes being present in natural fruits were free from any toxic effects and consequently can be used in food and pharmaceutical industries.
Utilization Pattern of Information and Community Technologytools Among Commercial Poultry Farmers of Andhra Pradesh published in

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Dr.R.HARILAL The distribution of respondents according to ICT utilization was mostly medium level among all three categories upto the extent of 56.67 per cent in each of layer, broiler and total farmers. Farming performance index developed by including six components i.e bio-security measures, income through sale of birds, body weight at marketing age, mortality rate, common diseases and record keeping. The farming performance was medium among layer (60.00%), broiler (55.00%) and total farmers (57.50%) and 25 to 31.66 per cent of poultry farmers had high farming performance.
Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans- A Case Report published in

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

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ashish Naghate, Mayur Sahu, Pranju Bhange, Swati Lonkar, Pallavi Wankhede, Yamini Bute? A Multibiometric system relies on the evidence presented by multiple sources of biometric information. Most biometric systems that are presently in use, typically use a single biometric trait to establish identity (i.e., they are unibiometric systems). Multibiometric systems address the issue of non-universality (i.e., limited population coverage) encountered by unibiometric systems. There are various basic criteria for Multibiometric security system: gait recognition, voice recognition, palm recognition, face recognition, iris recognition, fingerprint recognition, vein recognition. From these two main approaches are used in this: Fingerprint and Eye Iris. These two unibiometric systems results in multibiometric system giving more security to the users.
HUMANS IS THE SELF- ORGANIZING SYSTEM published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Bahodir Ubaydull?yevich Rakhmonov Abstract: In article problems self-organization of the person from the point of view of synergetrics are considered. The synergetrics as one of elements of this informative complex can take in it various place depending on the purposes and research problems,
THE RAPID SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL SCHIFF-BASE WITHOUT SOLVENT UNDER MICROWAVE IRRADIATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. P. Vyas* A microwave-assisted preparation of a series of Schiff-base via efficient condensation of 2-Amino 4,6-dimethoxy pyrimidine and arayl aldehyde without solvent is described in high yield as well as environmental friendship reaction in organic synthesis.
Effectiveness of Nursing Intervention on Attitude And Practice Related to Treatment Compliance Among Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus published in

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Lizzie Devakirubai. G, Dr. Prakashm. Saldanha, Dr. Jeyaseelan M. Devadason Type 1 diabetes mellitus is on the increase among all age groups including children. Adolescence is the period when a child tries to be independent. Having a chronic illness like diabetes requires positive attitude and good practice to manage the disease and to prevent complications. Education on treatment compliance proves to be effective to make them self-reliant.
Melioidosis in Andrha Pradesh,India published in

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Dr.P.Lakshmi vasantha, Dr.K.Sai Leela Melioidosis is endemic disease in South East Asia & Northern Australia. Significant number of cases were reported from India, especially from South India. But only few cases were reported from Andhra Pradesh state.It was recognized as emerging disease in India. Here we report a case of melioidosis with septicemia in a diabetic individual from Andhrapradesh. Patient presented with multiple abscesses in liver and spleen.Pus culture from liver abscess and blood culture yielded Burkholderia pseudomallei.Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment by followingguidelines is needed for the management of this disease.
Intradermal Antirabies Vaccination: A Technique to Increase Compliance published in

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Dr. Rohi KR, Dr. Mankeshwar R Background: Compliance to post-exposure vaccination is crucial to achieve optimum level of antibody titers. The present study was planned to assess the compliance of 4 dose intradermal regimen over 5 dose intramuscular regimen. Objective: To study adherence of patients to 4 dose regimen. Methods: Hospital record based study. Patients who attended Antirabies clinic from Jan 2010 to Dec 2010 were studied. 2051 patients who were given Inj. PCECV by intradermal route formed the study group. Pearsons Chi square test was used as a test of significance. Result: 2051 patients were studied.1741 (84.9%) patients were male.1907 (92.9%) were dog bites. 1277(62.3%) were stray dog bites. 1516 (58.0%) were class III dog bites.1313 (68.2%) were non-observable dog bites.1711 (88.7%) were provoked dog bites. Most common site of dog bite was over the lower limb i.e.1350 (70.2%).1255 (65.3%) patients completed the 4 dose regimen. This in stark contrast to previous evidence from our centre in which a compliance of 40.2% to the intramuscular regimen was evident. (Pearson X2 = 180.94, df= 1, p< 0.0001).Conclusion: It was observed intradermal regimen had more patient adherence compared to intramuscular regimen.
Management of Tilted Molar Abutment by Telescopic Crown: A Case Report published in

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Dr. Kusum Yadav, Dr. Manu Rathee The presence of tilted teeth causes functional and esthetic problems. Management of tilted teeth can be done either orthodontically or by prosthetic means. This case report describes fixed partial denture rehabilitation using telescopic crown for a tilted mandibular third molar.
A REVIEW ON HERBAL DRUG NANOSUSPENSION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Nimya A.M, 1Krishnakumar K, 1Anish John, *2Dinesh Kumar B Nanosuspensions are important carriers to develop a novel drug formulation. Large proportions of newly discovered drugs are water insoluble, and therefore poorly bioavailable contributing to deserted development effort. The use of drug nanosuspension is a universal formulation approach to increase the therapeutic performance of these drugs in any route of administration. Poorly water Solubility and poor bioavailability of drugs can be improved by the nanosuspension technology. Medicinal plants or their phyto-compunds are frequently considered to be less toxic and free from side-effects than synthetic drugs. But formulation aspects of Medicinal plants or their phyto-compunds are limited due to its poor water solubility. This article mainly focused on the nanosuspension plant natural products and their biological activities.
Persistence behaviour of tetraconazole in watermelon published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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A. KUNDU, S. MUKHERJEE, 1B. GHOSH, A. GOON, 2S. ROY, 1K. CHAKRABARTI AND A. BHATTACHARYYA A field study was conducted to observe the persistence behavior of tetraconazole on watermelon, at University Research Farm, Mondouri, Nadia, West Bengal season the season of 2013. The commercial formulation oftetraconazole (DOMARK 3.8 % EW w/w) was applied at the rate of 40 ga.i.ha-1 (recommended dose i.e. T ) and 80 g a.i. ha-1 (double the recommended dose i.e. T ) 1 2 along with untreated control. The average recovery of tetraconazole was100.3% in plant and 97 % in fruit matrix.The calculated half-life (t ) value of tetrazonazole ranged 1.36 1.55 days. No residue of the fungicide was found in the watermelon fruit 1/2 samples at harvest. This study revealed that watermelon fruit may safely be recommended for human consumption.
Optimization of pulsed GTAW process parameters for bead geometry of aluminium alloy 6061 using Taguchi method published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PAWAN KUMAR AND C.K. DATTA The selection of process parameters for obtaining optimal weld bead geometry of aluminium alloy 6061 (AA6061) with pulsed gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) is presented. The bead geometry includes bead penetration, bead width and bead height. All these characteristics were considered together in the selection of process parameters using Argon as a shielding gas with sinusoidal AC wave and modified taguchi method was used to analyze the effect of each welding process parameter on bead geometry properties. Experimental results were furnished to illustrate the approach.
Management of extra-articular distal end radius fracture continuing to insist on conservative method of treatment: A Prospective Study published in

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Dr. Mukesh Tiwari, Dr. Hemant Chaturvedi, Dr. Saurabh Sharma, Dr. Rajarshi Matti -
Protective Effect of Curcumin on Cadmium Chloride Induced Epididymal Toxicity in Swiss Mice (Mus musculus) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Preeti Singh1, Kanchan Deora2, Habiba Bano3,Priya Mogra4 Sudha Javeria5 and Sushil Barolia6 The monitoring of infertility and its control has become a worldwide issue of apprehension in order to retain fit population. Cadmium, a viable environmental toxicant hinders reproductive functioning which adversely influence the number of spermatozoa and complete organization of connective tissue in the epididymis, where as curcumin is known to be a strong protective herbal remedy which renders protection against numerous toxicants. Hence, in the present research work an effort has been made to evaluate the protective effect of curcumin (10mg/kg/day , for 15 days) prior treatment against a dose of 50mg/kg/animal/day for a day of cadmium chloride induced perturbations in the epididymis. Our results strongly suggest that cadmium intoxication leads to several histopathological alterations in the epididymis of adult male mice that are alleviated by the administration of curcumin.
REKONSTRUKSI POLA PIKIR HAKIM DALAM MEMUTUSKAN PERKARA KORUPSI BERBASIS HUKUM PROGRESIF published in

Dinamika Hukum

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M. Syamsudin This study aims to reveal and then reconstruct the mindset of judges in deciding corruption cases based Progressive Law. Academic question posed is whether the condition of existing as the mindset of judges in deciding cases of corruption and how to build a new construction mindset of judges based on the principles of Progressive Law. This research is classified in the tradition of non-doctrinal legal research with sosiolegal approach. Data collected by interview, observation and document study and then analyzed following the interactive model of Mattew B. Miles and A. Michael Haberman. The results of study indicate the need for new construction mindset of judges based progressive law. This is based on the empirical reality that the judge handling the case of corruption by many experienced deterioration and failure to bring the law in a fair, useful and protect the interests of society. The mindset of the judge who figured positivistic needs to be reorganized under the new progressive mindset in deciding the various legal problems that emerged recently that the more complex and complicated, especially in deciding the case of corruption. Judges at all levels of education and environmental justice needs to be improved for the judge able to resolve various legal issues properly, fairly and wisely. Key words: reconstruction, the mindset of judges, corruption cases, progressive law
CLINICAL EVALUTION OF ROLE OF SHIRODHARA & POWDER OF VALERIANAWALLICHII IN THE MANAGEMENT OF INSOMNIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Chawardol Seema G., Dr. Jain Sapan B.* Insomnia (Anidra) is defined as difficulty in initiating and maintaining sleep or both despite adequate opportunity and time to sleep, leading to impaired day time functioning. Due to Insomnia many physiological changes occurs such as variation in respiration, cardiac function, muscle tone, body temperature, hormone secretion and blood pressure. As per Ayurveda Ahar, Nidra & Brahmacharya are Triupstambhas i.e. the supportive pillars of life which are essential for physical as well as mental health of individual. Considering these aspects study was carried out to find out alternate & safe medicine for Anidra. The study was conducted in 30 clinically diagnosed patients of Anidra with an objective of clinical evaluation of the efficiency of shirodhara & Powder of Valerianawallichii (Tagar churna). Patients were randomly divided into two groups, Group A & Group B. Patients of Group A were treated with Shirodhara and the patients of Group B were treated with Shirodhara & Powder of Valerianawallichii (Tagar churna). For the statistical analysis of the data the standard statistical package R build 2.5 in used. Group B showed better result in disturb sleep, late night sleep, feeling of insufficient sleep, klama, manodaurbalya, & irritability.
High blood pressure: How does it affect male fertility potential? published in

Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology

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Amit Kant Singh, Santosh Kumar Sant, Ramji Singh, Arun Nagrath, Mohan Singh, ANG Hyder, R.K. Gupta, Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) are ubiquitous reactive derivatives of O2 metabolism found in the environment and in all biological systems. Within the cardiovascular system, ROS play a crucial physiological role in maintaining cardiac and vascular integrity and a pathophysiological role in cardiovascular dysfunction associated with several clinical conditions, including hypertension. It is known that oxidative stress affects the testicular function by disruption of germinal cell epithelial division and differentiation along with the induction of germ cell apoptosis
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF RP-HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF NIACIN AND SIMVASTATIN IN TABLET DOSAGE published in

Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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A. P. Dewani, D. S. Mohale, S. Hiware, R. L. Bakal, A. V. Chandewar This work is concerned with application of simple, accurate, precise and highly selective reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic (RP-HPLC) method for simultaneous estimation of Niacin (NA) and Simvastatin (SIM) in combined dosage form. Chromatographic separation was achieved by isocratic mode using a reverse phase C18 column (phenomenx, 150 ? 4.6 mm i.d.). The mobile phase composed methanol:water in ratio 85:15 water consisting of Triethylamine (TEA) (0.05%v/v) v/v at flow rate of 1 ml/min pH was adjusted to 4 with orthophosporic acid. Detection was carried out using a UV-vis detector at 250 nm. The mean retention time of NA and SIM was found to be 1.8 min and 8.5 min. respectively. The method was found to be linear in the range of 80-120 ?g/ml with mean recovery of 99.39% for NA and 99.18% for SIM. The correlation coefficients for both NA and SIM were close to 1. The developed method was validated according to ICH guidelines and values of accuracy, precision and other statistical analysis were found to be in good accordance with the prescribed values. Thus the proposed method was successfully applied for simultaneous determination of NA and SIM in routine analysis of formulation.
Frequency Distribution Study on the Growth of Santalum Album L. in west Bengal. published in

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Sudhir Chandra Das, Suddhasuchi Das, Jagatpati Tah White sandal (Santalum album L.) is a rare plant in the state of West Bengal. The Forest Department of West Bengal took an initiative to introduce this plant in Bankura Forest Division procuring seeds from Institute of Wood Science and Technology (IWST), Bangalore in 1960s. Few plants were found in Hirbandh Beat campus under Bankura South Forest Division before taking this venture in the year 2009-10. Of course, there must have some reasons not to grow and survive this plant species in this region. Keeping all these hindrances and natural constraints behind mass propagation of this plant, a venture was undertaken to establish this plant in this forest division and its adjoining areas. The aims and objects of the study are to observe the influence of host plants and edaphic factors of the locations in favour of the growth and development of Santalum album L.
Analysis of Influential Observation for Ridge Estimator in Semiparametric Regression published in

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Semra T Uuml Rkan The detection of infuential observations has attracted a great deal of attention in last few decades. Most of the ideas of determining infuential observations are based on single-case diagnostics with ith case deleted. The Cook's distance are most commonly used among the other single-case diagnostics and successfully applied to various statistical models. In this article, we propose Cook's distance for the ridge regression estimator of the parametric component in the semiparametric regression model to detect infuential observations. We investigate the performance of proposed diagnostic to detect infuential observations by using simulation data.
Role of SHGs in empowering tribal women among farming communities of Gajapati district of Odisha published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUMITAACHARYAAND PUSPANJALI SAMANTRAY Women face gender specific barriers to access education, health, and empowerment etc. The study addresses women empowerment through self-help groups in Gajapati district of Odisha. Three of the tribal blocks i.e. Nuagada, Rayagada, R.Udayagiri consisting of 150 SHG members among tribal farming community were selected for the study. The information related to the study was collected using a welldefined and pre-tested questionnaire by the personal interview method. The mean age of respondents was 33 years and among them 45.33 per cent were functionally literates. Regarding mean income of the respondents, 53.33 per cent of the total respondents were in semi-medium group and only 10.00 per cent of the total respondents were in high income group. In general, the background information informed that the women of the sample area were economically poor and their status was low and down trodden. The profit utilization pattern was found to be statistically significant (P<0.01 and 0.05) i.e. meeting necessity and saving for future. The education was highly correlated (P<0.01) with C.Own Inc and it was significant at 5 per cent level (P<0.05) with C.Farm. Inc. However, other assets were positively correlated with savings and cash income (P<0.05). In the study it was evident that most of the SHG women have been involved only in the micro credit savings.
Use of Game Theory for Solving minimization type connected Graph Problem published in

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Dr. Pratap Chandra Ray A simple but interesting method is developed to know the minimum number of Primary Schools which has to newly built up and to select their appropriate locations from the network of the population centers of certain remote region such that any population center is to be covered by at least one these Primary Schools within distance of three Kilometers. This type of connected Graph problem is solved by game theory method.
Investigation on the Bioremediation of Metal Pollution of Water and Soil Environment in Yongding River published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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Long Rishang, Men Baohui, Zhao Yawei, Wang Anze, Hu Sha and Wu Shuaijin The Yongding River is the mother river of Beijing. However, due to the environmental pollution caused by economic development, the water and coastal environment of this river has suffered from great destruction. The ecological restoration of the Yongding River is imperative. Phytoremediation and microbial remediation have made certain achievements in the aspect of river pollution control, but both have their own advantages and disadvantages. How to make best use of their respective advantages depends on the collocation and combination of plants and microbes. Based on field research and former literature, we proposed the method of plant-microbe associated bioremediation to restore the water environment and remove heavy metal pollution in soil of the Yongding River. This attempt provides new ideas and methods for the restoration of the ecological environment of the Yongding River.
Influence of industrial wastes on growth, yield and yield attributing characters of rice published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.P. GAIKWAD AND M.H. KAUTE The present investigation was undertaken with an objective to study the utilization of industrial solid and liquid wastes in the cultivation of rice (Oryza sativa L.) in the net house of Agricultural and Food Engineering department, I. I. T., Kharagpur. The results revealed that the growth, yield attributing characters and yield increased considerably by the combined application of rice mill water with chemical fertilizer and FYM @ 5 t ha-1. However, combined application of industrial solid wastes with MW and CF was found to be more effective than their individual application alone. Among the treatments, the maximum grain yield was recorded under MW + FYM + CF. The increase in grain yield was associated with increase in number of panicles per pot and grains per panicle. The maximum uptake of N and P by rice was found in case of CF alone whereas for K it was in case of MW + FYM. The results further revealed that application of chemical fertilizer could be dispensed with by the application of rice mill water in required quantity and at regular interval during the growing period of the crop.
Elderly Living in Old Age Homes and Within Family Setup: A Psychological Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mahadeviwaddar, Daasha M. Luis, Nicky Fernandes, Tanya Keni Older persons are in need of vital support that will keep important aspects of their lifestyles intact while improving their over-all quality of life (Dandekar, 1993). In view of this the present study is conducted to compare the death depression and life satisfaction between elderly living in old-age homes and elderly living within family set up. Death Depression Scale and Satisfaction with Life Scale are administered on sample of 80 elderly people. The results reveled that there is a significant difference between elderly living in old age homes and those living within family setup in their death depression as well as life satisfaction
A STUDY ON KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PROCESS IN ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES published in

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Dr. M. Surulinathi, N. Rajalakshmi In the 21st century knowledge management is increasing becoming a crucial tool. It has already been successfully implemented in academic libraries. They are the treasure house of knowledge which cater to the needs of scholars, scientists, students and others who are in the mainstream of higher education. Academic libraries are making the transition from traditional centers to modern information ones. These libraries in regard to their necessities and special conditions should be designed in such a way that they meet the needs and realize the expectations of their patrons best. KM as a managerial task is a process that smooths away and paves the way to this transition and supports a dramatic transformation occurring through operating a thoughtful policy, and with an information technology planning, jointly, brings about a newly-networked and an agreeable environment in academic libraries.
Climate and Urban Design Responsive Modern Architecture in Existing Setting published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Dr.Shivashish Bose The major cities of India are going through huge metamorphosis under the impact of globalization, population increment, housing demand and tremendous financial investment in building industry. Rapid development of high-rise and four-five storied residential buildings are observed at every possible part of the city. In designing the city so, residential buildings are being built in quite standardized forms. Consideration for local climate, environment, urban context and overall harmony in many designs are missing. With technological advancements and new materials introduced for construction of architecture, it has become a complex system than of previous definitions about it. Now, especially commercial and public buildings take unusual forms in non-conventional materials and most of the buildings are designed as to be centrally air-conditioned consuming huge energy. On the contrary, there is worldly concern about global warming and climate change and environmental impact of buildings and environmental pollution and a quest for appropriate development that would be sustainable. To address that, on the one hand, an architect should follow the much-forgotten classical design approach based on nature, context, function, beauty and harmony and on the other hand, his architectural answer should be climate responsive, energy saving and sustainable. The three-storied residential building of Mr. Samar Banerjee in Kolkata designed by the author is one example of modern architecture that respects all and merges with the old existing urban setting though being distinct about self.
A Comparative Study of Production of Banana And Paddy in Tirunelveli District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)SEBAGAI INSTRUMEN HUKUM EKONOMI DI ERA GLOBALISASI published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Nur Sulistyo B Ambarini Globalization of the world have substantial influence the development of the state and the country of Indonesia. One of the globalization trends that influence the development of economic law in Indonesia is the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept in economic activity associated with the embodiment of the concept of Sustainable Development . CSR arrangements in legislation, are a reflection of the principle of government intervention. In this regard CSR as an instrument of economic laws is mandatory to become a tool for corporate or business entity for achieve sustainable development and environmentally sound. This is intended as an effort to provide protection to the community, environment and natural resources of the business practices that harm. In addition it also guarantees the performance of firms in the economy in a balanced way to achieve socio-economic welfare of society. Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); Economic Law, Globalization.
REVIEW ON FPGA BASED VGA CONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Ashish Kadlag * , Kapaliswaran Pillai , Aswin Pillai and Pratik Thube These days devices produced in companies must be highly robust in order to compete with the ever changing demands in products for modern day era. Fiel d - programmable Gate arrays (FPGAs) is best suitable to achieve its basic functioning. FPGAs are efficient, cheap, and portable, according to their implementation specified in hardware description language. Hence, VHDL is best suited in order to accomplish this goal. Programming the gates and counters for FGPA blocks and developing an internal logic, VGA is used. The main purpose of the proposed work is to design and implement VGA Controller on FPGA. VGA controller is designed and VGA controller program is written using VHDL and the corresponding code is executed and implemented on FPGAs chip of Spartan - 3A FPGA Development and Educational Board.
Survey of Classification Techniques in Data Mining published in

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S.Archana, Dr. K.Elangovan Classification is a data mining technique based on machine learning which is used to classify each item in a set of data into a set of predefined classes or groups. Classification methods make use of mathematical and statistical techniques such as decision trees, linear programming, neural network and support vector machines. Classification is process of generalizing the data according to different instances. Several major kinds of classification algorithms including C4.5, k-nearest neighbour classifier, Naive Bayes, SVM, and IB3.This paper provide an inclusive survey of different classification algorithms and their advantages and disadvantages.
PHYTOCHEMICAL PROFILE AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF GREEN GRAM WHOLE (PHASEOLOUS AUREUS ROXB) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shivanki Aggarwal*1 & Sheel Sharma Green gram whole (Phaseolous Aureus Roxb), besides being rich in conventional nutrients i.e. carbohydrates, protein, vitamins and minerals, now-a-days extolled as an excellent functional food attributed to the presence of phenols, flavonoids and other bioactive compounds. The objective of this study was to evaluate the phytochemical profile and antioxidant activity of methanolic-acetone extracts obtained from Green gram whole (Phaseolous Aureus Roxb). The antioxidant activity was assessed by DPPH (2,2-Diphenyl-1-picrylhydracyl) radical scavenging assay, ABTS (2,2'-Azinobis-(3-ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulphonic acid) radical scavenging assay and FRAP (Ferric reducing antioxidant power) assay. The results showed this legume to be a good antioxidant food source as DPPH, ABTS and FRAP assay values stood at 429.53±18.8mg Trolox equivalent/100g, 194.73±9.69mg Trolox equivalent/100g and 1240.96±19.80mg ferrous sulphate/100g respectively. Of the phytochemical profile, total phenols and flavonoids were found to be 400.91±26.45mg gallic acid equivalent/100g and 144.96±5.15mg catechin equivalent/100g respectively. Correlation analyses exhibited poor correlation between total phenols and flavonoids, antioxidant activity assays while statistically significant correlation between flavonoids and antioxidant activity assays. Overall, green gram whole validates itself to be a potential functional food ingredient as an antidote to chronic, degenerative diseases.
LA BIOLOGA MOLECULAR DE LEISHMANIA SPP. COMO PUNTO DE PARTIDA PARA NUEVAS ALTERNATIVAS DE TRATAMIENTO published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Martha Cecilia Beltrn Cifuentes, Patricia Durn Ospina, Luisa Fernanda Corredor Arias Introduction: In Colombia there are research groups in Leishmaniasis that have joined forces to achieve the identification of the genome of Leishmania spp. As health professionals know this is a priority to understand the mechanisms of drug resistance. Methods: The databases used for this search were among others: NCBI PubMed MEDLINE, Science Direct, Nucleic Acids Research and Biochemical and Molecular Parasitology, as a publication of the journal Biomedical and several universities. Results: There are many species and vectors distributed throughout the country. The multiresistents created by Leishmania spp. rely especially in membrane proteins and mutations in the DNA of the parasite and their delivery systems. Conclusions: The PCR techniques should be implemented at the clinic to study resistance to drugs. The current protocols against Leishmaniasis not include additional alternatives. The treatments with immunomodulators are the new hope for treating this re-emerging disease.
Life Estimation of Boiler Straight Pipes under Creep and Fatigue Loads published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
A.R. Veerappan, S. Shanmugam, G. Jayaraman and S. Nagamanickam Boiler pipe failures are the number one cause of forced outage of power generating units. The principal damage mechanisms in high temperature pressure vessel and piping system is generally creep-fatigue. The creep-fatigue life of straight pipes is estimated based on a transient thermomechanical analysis that has been conducted which simulates the past working conditions of straight pipes. The straight pipe is modeled in ANSYS and the model is analysed initially with transient conditions and subsequently with structural constraints. The maximum stress intensity is used to determine the fatigue life fraction of the pipe while the structural analysis is done to determine the creep life fraction of the pipe. A relationship between the life of the pipe under combined creep and fatigue loads and the operating pressure is presented for the material SA335 P22 used for high temperature applications.
Redes sociais: um estudo em uma instituio de ensino superior privado published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Henrique Csar Melo Ribeiro & Rosany Corra It appears that an important characteristic of work in social network is to seek to evaluate the structure of relationships between social actors. Given above, the aim of this paper is to analyze the characteristics of an internal social network of private higher education institution. The social network analysis was used as a tool of analysis of this case study. As for other methods of research, the article was also quantitative, exploratory and descriptive. We studied a Private Higher Education Institution, however, the object of study were the actors in the executive suite of that institution. To this end, we analyzed the following indicators: network size; degree of the network density; the network centrality, and strong and weak ties that make up the network. The results describe a well-defined in its organizational structure; however, there is a high density network of agents investigated and a low ratio of centralities studied. Keywords: Executive body; Higher education institution; Social network analysis.
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF COLLOIDOSOMES OF GLIBENCLAMIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ramchandra N. Chilkawar*, S. M. Patil, Dr. B. K. Nanjwade, V. S. Panchal Glibenclamide (Glyburide) is a potent oral antidiabetic agent and orally active second generation sulphonyl urea used in lowering bloodglucose in patients with type II diabetes mellitus (NIDDM). Glibenclamide has short half life of 4-6 hours. The objective of this study is Development and evaluation of colloidosomes of Glibenclamide for controlled/sustained drug release. An attempt was made to formulate and evaluate colloidosomes of Glibenclamide as a model drug using oil in water emulsion based method by using CaCO3 as a colloidal particle with a view to deliver drug at controlled/ sustained manner in GIT and consequently into systemic circulation. The prepared colloidosomes were evaluated for particle size, shape and surface morphology, FTIR study, DSC, XRD, % yield, % drug entrapment efficiency, Zeta potential, In-vitro drug release studies. The release rates were studied using GRAPHPAD PRISM software. The obtained Colloidosomes were found to be discrete and spherical in shape and had mean particle size range of 45 m -115.14m, drug entrapment efficiency was found to be 65.88 % to 76.28% All the colloidosomes formulations were stable and good sustained release of the drug for a period of 8 hours. The release profile was very promising as compar ed with marketed formulation and followed Zero order kinetic Model. This implies that developed formulations have a potential to deliver the drug in controlled release manner. This outcome from release profiling strongly recommends that developed Glibenclamide loaded colloidosomes can be useful delivery carrier to deliver drug in controlled release manner which is a prime requirement for the treatment of type II Diabetes mellitus (NIDDM).
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF FIXED DOSE COMBINATION PRODUCTS OF ANTITUBERCULAR DRUG published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shital Shantaram Patil*, Poonam A. Salunke, Rupali S. Wagh Objective of the present study is to formulate and evaluate fixed dose combination tablets of Rifampicin and Isoniazid. The granules of Rifampicin and Isoniazid were prepared separately by wet granulation, then lubricated blend was compressed using tablet compression machine by setting the machine speed in the range 12- 28 RPM with desired processing parameters such as average weight, uniformity of weight, thickness, hardness & friability. These tablets were evaluated for the various physical parameters like appearance, weight variation, hardness, friability and disintegration. Coating was done in Ganscoater coating pan in two lots. Dissolution studies FDC tablets were performed along with uncoated and film coated tablets separately. The cumulative percentage drug release for coated tablet was found to be around 96%. From in vitro studies it was concluded that the prepared tablet gives more satisfactory results and patient compliance.
AN OVERVIEW OF TREATMENTS FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhavna V. Bohra1, Diptesh T. Patil*1, Dr. Vanita Kanase2, Dr. Pramila Yadav Rheumatoid arthritis is a common autoimmune disease that can lead to serious functional limitations, joint destruction, extra-articular disease, poor quality of life, and premature death. Even mild inflammation may result in irreversible damage and permanent disability. To overcome it various medical (pharmacological) and non-pharmacological measures-the goal being to control joint inflammation and prevent joint damage and disability.Pharmacological method includes multiple infusion of a chimeric monoclonal, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, DMARDs and other drugs which is given alone or in a combination. Non-pharmacological treatment includes acupuncture, physiotherapy, yoga etc. which is useful for patients.
Perception Of Visitors Related With Psycohogical Pricing In The Food And Beverage Businesses: Case Of Ankara published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Emrah rgn, Ali Soluno?lu, zgr Yayla Although pricing is one of the strongest drivers of profitability, little empirical research has examined how a firm should organize pricing internally. As it is known, food and beverage service products are the ones that are affected by the interests of the staff, design, atmosphere and the ambience of the establishment only when the customers can get insight and information into the nature of the product on benefiting from the product besides their tangible nature. Psycolojical pricing is one of the items in the price strategies. This study aims to put forward position of psychological pricing strategies in terms of behavior of consumer purchasing in food and beverage establishment and to explain the strategies of psychological pricing strategies in detail.
A Rare Combination of VACTERL Association with Prune Belly Syndrome- Case Report and Review of Literature published in

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Asaranti Kar1*, Madhumita Mohanty1, Tushar Kar1, Ipsita Dha1, Lity Mohanty1, Manoranjan Das1 VACTERL association (any three of vertebral, anal, cardiac, tracheo-esophageal, renal/radial and limb defects) and Prune belly syndrome (complete or partial triad of abdominal muscle deficiency, bilateral cryptorchidism and dilated urinary tract) are cngenital malformations affecting many body systems. These are derivatives of causally nonspecific disruptive events of the developmental field occuring during early blastogenesis. Many of these cases are sporadic in families without much recurrence. These lesions may be associated with other malformations but concurrence of VACTERL with Prune belly syndrome is extremely rare. Routine antenatal check up and ultrasonography can help in diagnosis of most of them. But, many times a detail autopsy examination is needed to detect the variety of malformations and categorise them into specific syndromes. We describe a rare combination of VCTERL with Prune belly syndrome and many associated anomalies of a 28 weeks neonate delivered vaginally by a 37 years second gravida. Keywords: Autopsy; Prune Belly Syndrome; Single Umbilical Artery; VACTERL
DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SELFNANOEMULSIFYING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM (SNEDDS) OF NATEGLINIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
KishorSagar*,PrakashKendre, Vishal Pande, VaibhavChaudhari Poor water solubility and dissolution rate are issues for the majority of upcoming and existing biologically active compounds. In the present investigation an attempt was made to enhance the solubility and dissolution of poorly soluble drug, Nateglinide, by formulating selfnanoemulsifying drug delivery systems (SNEDDS).Phase solubility of Nateglinide was evaluated in various non-aqueous carriers that included oils, surfactants, and co-surfactants. Pseudo ternary phase diagrams were constructed to identify the optimized selfnanoemulsification region. Preliminary screening was carried out to select proper components combination i.e. oil, surfactant and cosurfactant respectively. Nateglinide SNEDDS was prepared by using Capmul MCM C-8 (oil), Cremophor EL (surfactant), and Transcutol HP (co-surfactant).Two different adsorbents with high specific surface areas were used i.e.NeusilinUS2, NeusilinUFL2 (magnesium aluminometasilicate).The formulations were characterized for self-emulsification assessment, globule size, polydispersity index, zeta potential, % transmittance, drug content, thermodynamic stability and in-vitro dissolution study. The optimized Nateglinide SNEDDS composed of 20.23% Capmul MCM C-8, 55.77% Cremophor EL and 23 % Transcutol HP. The rate of dissolution of optimized SNDDES showed better result(91.12%) in 35 min when compared with marketed tablet 72.3% and pure drug (32.54%).The results from this study demonstrate the potential use of SNEDDS in enhancing solubility and dissolution rate of Nateglinide.
RESEARCH ON FACTORS IMPACTING ON CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND BUSINESS ETHICS OF TAXI BUSINESSES IN HO CHI MINH CITY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Truong Quang Dung* The objectives of the study aimed to identify the impact factors and their level of influence on responsibilities and ethics of taxi businesses in Ho Chi Minh City. An approved error correction model consists of five impact factors including: Legal regulations, Balance of interests between taxi businesses and customers, Competition in the market, Knowledge of customer, Individual manager of taxi business. The results of the study can bring about positive changes in the taxi business.
Equilibrium Composition in Combustion Products published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K. Bala Showry For a combustion problem involving calculations of several species at equilibrium, it is much easier to write a computer program and calculate the concentrations, rather than to use a generalized computer program. To calculate these concentrations, one must solve a set of non-linear algebraic equations. This work describes a procedure in which the Newton-Raphson method and the successive substitution method are combined. It was found that for this type of problem, the quantity of unknowns and the nature of the equations are such that, by adopting the two procedures simultaneously, a much faster and reliable convergence is achieved. This study also shows what possible species should be considered for these calculations.
Health problems of the elderly-A cross sectional study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Nilesh Agrawal, Dr. Pranay Gandhi, Sunita Sharma Background:Estimates of health problems of the elderly in developing countries are required from time to time. Aims:To identify the common geriatric health problems in slum and a village and to explore any gender and urban rural difference in morbidity. Materials and Methods: A community-based cross-sectional study was carried out in all people aged over 60 years in an urban slum and a village in the field practice area of a teaching hospital having population of 407. Results: Visual impairment was the most common handicap with prevalence of 83.29% (339/407), with males more affected than females (OR = 2.52, 95% CI 1.32-4.87). Uncorrected hearing impairment was also common. Prevalence of hypertension was 30.7% (125/407); 12% (49/407) had diabetes; 7.6% (31/407) gave history of ischemic heart disease. Conclusion: Unmet health needs exist in elderly.
A study of electromagnetic induction in HVDC lines from parallel AC lines under short circuit conditions published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Sreeram V and Sudhakara Reddy S High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) lines running parallel to AC transmission lines will encounter electromagnetic induction which will rise to substantial levels during a short circuit. The actual magnitude of induced current depends on several factors like distance between the lines, soil resistivity etc. The unenergised DC line will also have a voltage due to induction and the associated discharging equipment will have to carry the induced current. This paper attempts to study the levels of induction encountered by the HVDC line and associated equipment during a short circuit in the AC line. It was observed that magnitude of induced current during steady state and three phase fault did not exceed 5 A while the magnitude of induced current during single phase to ground fault exceeded 15 A.
Pathetic Plight of a Woman as Revealed in Sylvia Plaths Poetry published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Anju Bala Sharma, Dr. Tanu Gupta Sylvia Plath is one of the most powerful American poets of the post World War II period. Viewed as a therapeutic response to her divided personae as an artist, daughter, mother and wife, her poetry reveals the psychological torment associated with feelings of alienation, inadequacy and rejection. Further, the neglect of womens rights and the inequality of opportunities for male and female grew in her irritated self. Betrayal by her loved husband exaggerated her psychological disorders. Her poetry also reveals the frustration and tension which a woman faces because of the patriarchal structure and the discrepancy between the way she wants to behave and the way she is made to behave. She thought that nobody being able to satisfy her needs and considers death as one and only solution.
HYBRID FIXED POINT THEOREM FOR NONLINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Sidheshwar Sangram Bellale*, Ganesh Babruwan Dapke For Hybrid fixed point theorem for nonincreasing mapping in partially ordered complete metric space to prove existence as well as initial value problem of nonlinear first order ordinary differential equations.
A Study on Impact factor ofSelf Help Groups (SHGs) Should Balance or Break published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof. Dr.V.SIVAKUMAR &Mr.A.ARULKUMAR., ABSTRACT Self Help Groups (SHGs) enhance the equality of status of women in participation, decision making and shared benefits in the democratic, economic, social and cultural spheres of life. The rural poor are in-capacitated due to various reasons such as socially backwardness, illiteracy, low motivation and poor economic base. The present study is vital to motivate the public for forming a large number of SHGs in general and building confidence among the existing members of SHGs in particular for their socio – economic betterment. The main objectives of the study are i) to ascertain the financial problems faced by the Women SHGs ii) to analyse the capacity building in respect of financial activities attained by the Women SHGs, iii) to examine the financial prospects of the Women SHGs, iv) to assess the level of satisfaction of Women SHGs. Both the primary and secondary data were used extensively. Based on the data analyses and research findings, it is concluded that members’ satisfaction towards SHGs activities depends on financial prospects and in turn financial prospects depend on capacity building programme which means capacity building programme has an impact on financial prospects and ultimately financial prospects have impact on the members’ satisfaction. There is a need for concerted and synchronized effort among the members of SHGs, authorities and banks. These coordinated efforts will improve the financial prospects and the level of satisfaction among the members. The high extent of financial prospects will improve their living standards and social status. Consequently, it will lead to women empowerment. If SHGs that have formed mainly to access bank loans break every few years, they can retain the confidence of lenders – and reduce their monitoring costs - without balancing. SHGs committed to saving are fewer. But identifying them and investing in their capabilities has key developmental benefits. A firmer foundation can be built, able to support greater local capital formation through compounding of retained earnings over time. This can help members achieve their savings goals, while fuelling village development through reinvestment of retained earnings. Key Words: Women Empowerment, Backwardness, Financial Prospects, Capital Formation.
INADEQUACIES OF BINDING THEORY published in

Veda's Journal of English Language & Literature(JOELL)

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Somasekhara Varaprasad K (Ph.D in Linguistics and Phonetics,The English and Foreign Languages University,Hyderabad) Classical/Standard Binding Theory was inadequate to handle the differences in the way anaphoric relations are expressed across languages. So, the present study examines anaphora in Telugu and English and makes a modest attempt to address some of the issues that could not be handled satisfactorily either within the GB theory or within the Minimalist framework.
Consumer Buying Behaviour Towards News Paper in Bardoli City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dharmaraj J Solanki A newspaper is a regularly scheduled publication containing news of current events, informative articles, diverse features and advertising. It usually is printed on relatively inexpensive, low-grade paper such as newsprint. Generalinterest newspapers typically publish stories on local and national political events and personalities, crime, business, entertainment, society and sports. Most traditional papers also feature an editorial page containing editorials written by an editor and columns that express the personal opinions of writers. The newspaper is typically funded by paid subscriptions and advertising. By using rank analysis, this paper highlights the factor considered by the customers to shape their preference for Newspaper. Further, the study evaluates the customers buying behavior subscription decision for a particular media companies, and gives a guideline to the media companies to increase their subscriber base.
DESIGN, FABRICATION AND EVALUATION OF DRUG RELEASE KINETICS FROM METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIDE SUSTAINED RELEASE MATRIX TABLETS BY USING NATURAL GUMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Raju.Manda, Bonagiri Sreedevi, Virajaji Kaya, Bandla Navya and Dr.R.Suthakaran Sustained release formulation of Metformin hydrochloride presents significant challenges due to its poor inherent compressibility, high dose and high water solubility. Sustained release matrix tablets of Metformin hydrochloride were formulated using different concentration of Guar gum, Xanthan gum, and Chitosan polymers, Drug: Polymer ratio of (3X3+1) 5:1, 5:2, 5:3 and 5:4 by direct compression method. The formulated powder blends were evaluated for angle of repose, bulk density, true density, compressibility index and total % porosity. The tablets were subjected to hardness, friability, % weight variation and % drug content. In vitro release studies were carried out at pH 1.2 and pH 7.2 using the dissolution test apparatus IP/BP/USP. The formulated powder blends and tablets showed satisfactory results from selected formulation. Tablet thus formulated provided Sustained release of Metformin hydrochloride over a period of 10 hrs.
Socioeconomic Determinants of Antenatal Care Among Rural Women in Chitradurga District of Karnataka State published in

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Smt. Rajeshwari Pujari, Dr. K. B. Rangappa Utilisation of maternal health care services helps in reducing maternal and child mortality and improves the reproductive health of women. Recent policy initiatives like RCH programme, JSY are expected to improve the utilisation of antenatal care services. ANC score has been computed by using the primary data on the ten ANC services collected from 240 respondents to estimate the extent of ANC services utilised and to study the socioeconomic determinants of ANC. Results of the study clearly indicate the significant association between the ANC and the economic status of the respondents family. Improvement in economic status brings improvement in the utilisation of ANC services. The education level of the respondent as well as the education level of her husband is having greater influence on the ANC. The percentage of respondents in the poor ANC was found to be highest among the agriculture women followed by the women who were doing labour work
Application of Kalman filter on modelling interest rates published in

Journal of Management Sciences

Published by Geist Science
Long H. Vo This study aims to test the feasibility of using a data set of 90-day bank bill forward rates from the Australian market to predict spot interest rates. To achieve this goal I utilized the application of Kalman filter in a state space model with timevarying state variable. It is documented that in the case of short-term interest rates,the state space model yields robust predictive power. In addition, this predictive power of implied forward rate is heavily impacted by the existence of a time-varying risk premium in the term structure.
Ocular Myiasis in a Nigerian adolescent: A case report published in

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Bodunde OT, Onabolu OO, Amoo AOJ, Jagun OOA Ocular myiasis is a rare condition with varying consequences, from mild to life threatening condition. This case of ocular myiasis is presented to highlight the challenges in making a clinical diagnosis. The study is a case report of a 16-year old female pupil who presented with five months history of “extrusion of worms” from her left eye. An initial assessment of loasis was made until she brought a sample of what she called “worms.”Laboratory examination of the specimen using a magnifying glass revealed a larva. The girl was treated conservatively with a combination of topical antibiotic and topical non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs after trimming the eyelashes. On immediate follow up, the girl had no residual visual challenges. Although ocular myiasis is rare, a high index of clinical suspicion is required and myiasis should be considered a differential diagnosis of loasis.
STUDY OF ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC ACTIVITY OF THE ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF MOMORDICA CHARANTIA, ALOE BARBIDENSIS AND THEIR COMBINATIONS IN ANIMALS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Veeresh Kumar. P*, Shivaraj Gouda.T and Mangilal. T Diabetes is one of the most common non-communicable diseases and a serious lifelong condition appearing worldwide. The study is aimed to demonstrate the antihyperglycemic activity of the alcoholic extracts of Momordica charantia, Aloe barbidensis, and their combinations were used alloxan induced diabetic model in rats. The powdered Leaves of Aloe Barbadensis and Momardica Charantia were successively extracted in 100-150ml each of alcohol by using a Soxhlet extractor. The rats after alloxanization were given 5% w/v glucose solution in feeding bottles for next 24 hours in their cages to prevent hypoglycemia. After 72 hours, rats with fasting blood glucose levels greater than 200 mg/dl were selected and used for the study. The blood samples were collected by retro orbital puncture at 0,1,2,4 and 8 hour after the administration. The treatment was continued for next 22 days. The Blood glucose level was estimated at various time intervals by subjecting the collected blood to cold centrifugation for serum separation. Serum obtained was used for estimating glucose level using GOD/POD (span) kit. The difference observed between the initial and final fasting blood glucose levels of extract treated hyperglycemic rats revealed the antihyperglycemic effect of Momordica Charantia, Aloe Barbidensis and their combinations throughout the period of study. The effect of three different extracts and their combinations are compared to that of reference standards, glibenclamide was found to be significant. In conclusion, these extracts showed significant anti-diabetic effect in diabetic rats after oral administration.
CYTOPLASMIC EXPRESSION OF HER2 IN GASTRIC ADENOCARCINOMA: AN UNUSUAL FINDING published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by somilshah
Yamini Jindal*, Kachnar Varma, Vatsala Misra, Ravikant Kumar, Anshul Singh, Sri Prakash Misra, Manisha Dwivedi Aim : To study the prevalence of HER - 2 expression in gastric adenocarcinoma and its correlation with Helicobacter pylori . Method: 50 gastric cancer biopsies were included in the study. Sections were stained with H& E for morphological details and classified into intestinal and diffuse type gastric adenocarcinoma. Loeffler’s methylene blue was used for identification and grading of Helicobacter pylori . Immunohistochemistry for expression of HER2 protein was done. Patt ern of staining was noted and scoring was done. Monoclonal mouse Anti - HER2/neu (c - erbB2) clone CB11 was used. Statistical analysis was done using chi square test and spearman rank correlation coefficient. P ≤ 0.05 was taken as critical level of significan ce. Result: Out of 50 cases 9(18%) were intestinal and 41(82%) were diffuse type adenocarcinoma. Helicobacter pylori were seen in 8/9 (88.89%) and 35/41 (85.36%) cases of intestinal and diffuse type adenocarcinoma respectively. HER2 positivity was recorded as membranous, membranous + cytoplasmic and cytoplasmic. 55.56% of cases in intestinal and 73.14% in diffuse type adenocarcinoma showed cytoplasmic ± membranous staining. Expression of HER2 scoring was compared with increasing grades of Helicobacter pylori infection, a significant association ( P <0.05) but weak correlation was found between Helicobacter pylori and HER2 expression. Conclusion : HER2 overexpression is significantly associated with Helicobacter pylori h owever correlation is weak. Predominant cytoplasmic pattern of expression of HER2 in diffuse gastric adenocarcinoma is unusual and needs further investigation.
UNIQUE DATA MINING APPROACH TO PREDICT PLACEMENT CHANCE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. G Suganthi*, Mr. ASHOK M V Data mining is an effective methodology, which can be used to analyze large amount of data to produce hidden patterns and relationships. The main idea proposed is analyzing the law student’s historical data and predicting the appropriate, qualitative specialization chances. A student enters his/her rank, gender, sector and reservation category, and this model predicts specialization that suits for entered student as example with criminal law as E(excellent) and civil law as P(poor) based on the entered information. Different algorithms were applied for same set of data and comparison will be made in terms of accuracy, precision and truth positive rate. This paper will work for law students selecting a best specialization for them which ensures best carrier based on data entered. A model is proposed where in a latest algorithm, one from each different category of models such as clustering, classification and association models are selected and applied on the same dataset. Hence the name CCA model. Rock algorithm from Clustering, Naïve baye’s from classification and frequent pattern algorithm from Association models are selected. These algorithms are applied, to predict accurately one among the various courses offered which predict better placement chances. Student will enter Rank, Gender, Category and Sector and the model will give answer in terms of Excellent [E], Good [G], Average [A] and Poor [P] for the data entered. Algorithms are compared in terms of precision, accuracy and truth positive rate. From the results obtained it is found that the Clustering model predicts better in comparison with other two models. This work will help the students in selecting a best course suitable for them which ensure better placement based on the data entered.
Determinants of Political Violence: A Study of the Literature published in

Journal of Social Science Studies

Published by Macrothink Institute
Daniel Mider Political violence is a complex phenomenon that is induced by numerous factors. The article focuses on trying to identify and organize the sources of political violence. Three groups of determinants of political violence can be distinguished on the basis of the examined social science literature. The first group of determinants of political violence referred to as structural determinants is examined by researchers within the social structure. Cultural patterns and norms operating within the dominant culture or subculture form the second group of sources of violence, referred to as cultural determinants of violence. The third group individual or socio-psychological determinants of violence in politics could be observed in individual factors, usually subjective, related to emotions.
SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF 1-((E)-3- (SUBSTITUTED PHENYL)ACRYLOYL)-3-PHENYL UREAS AS POTENT SMOOTH MUSCLE RELAXANT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rakhi Chaudhary1*, Dr. Shamim Ahmad1, Dr. Shuaib2, Dr. S.Riaz Hashim3, Prem Shankar Mishra4 This research work involves the synthesis of a series of novel substituted phenyl acryloyl-3-phenyl urea derivatives (3a-3e) which were further tested for smooth muscle relaxant activity using Rotarod Apparatus and using a CNS Tranquilizer as standard. Result revealed that all the compounds show significant smooth muscle relaxant activity as compared to standard. All the synthesized compounds were characterized by using IR, 1H-NMR, and Mass spectral analysis.
Evaluation Monthly Changes in the Enzymatic Activity, Protein and Semen Characteristics for Holstein Bulls Born in Iraq. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Souhayla Oneeis Hussain, Hajer Kadhem Shahad, Kreem Iwaid Al Amp Ndash Badry , Omar Adel Mohammad The study was conducted as a first step to recording the modulators of biochemical components (GOT, GPT, ACP, ALP and total protein) in poor and good ejaculation in fresh semen for Holstein bulls born in Iraq, and study monthly variation between these enzyme and total protein in seminal plasma of these bulls. This study was conducted in Artificial insemination center of Abu Ghareeb -Iraq .Semen collected weekly from 5 Holstein bull born in Iraq by using artificial vagina (AV) to evaluate semen properties (ejaculate volume, mass and individual motility, concentration, dead and abnormality percentage of sperms) and also determination the enzymes (GOT, GPT,ACP, ALP) and total protein in seminal plasma of both poor and good ejaculates for all bulls. A result showsthat the respective averages of the transaminases enzymes (GOT more than GPT) and phosphatase (ALP more than ACP) and total protein range between 53.874.1581.581.60gram /L , also results shows significant increase (p< 0.0.5) in the value of (GOT,GPT,ALP , ACP and total protein) in poor ejaculates in comparison with good , in addition to results revealed that significantly (p< 0.0.5) monthly changes in semen characteristicsand enzymes (GOT,GPT,ALP and ACP) values showed significant rise(p< 0.05) during May in comparison with other months,while there are no significant changes in the value of total protein concentration during different months. In view of this, determination of these biochemical traits is a useful tool to evaluate semen quality and its fitness for development AI in Iraq through uses semen suitable for processing frozen semen.
Factors Influence on the yield of Bacterial Cellulose of Kombucha (Khubdat Humza) published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Esam J. AL-Kalifawi * Inaam A. Hassan* Kombucha(Khubdat Humza) is composed of yeast and acetic acid bacteria especially, Acetobacter xylinum which forms a cellulose pellicle on tea broth. Kombucha(Khubdat Humza) produces bacterial cellulose pellicles, with unique purity and fine structure. It can be used in many forms, such as an emulsifier, stabilizer, dispersing agent, thickener and gelling agent but these are generally subsidiary to its most important use of holding on to water. Recently, bacterial cellulose is used in many special applications such as a scaffold for tissue engineering of cartilages and blood vessels, also for artificial skin for temporary covering of wounds, as well as its used in the clothing industry. The yield of cellulose produced were investigated in this study, the tea broth was fermented naturally over a period of up to 20 days in the presence of different amounts of black tea and sucrose as nitrogen and carbon sources. 10g/L black tea produced highest weight of bacterial cellulose (55.46g/L) and 100g/L sucrose also exhibited high amount of pellicle (63.58g/L). Temperature was essential factor on growth, where the pellicle was formed at range (20C - 50C) and higher temperature over 50C depressed the bacterial cellulose formation. The bacterial cellulose production increased with the increase of surface area and depth of the broth. Findings from this study suggest that the yield of cellulose depends on many factors that need to be optimized to achieve maximum yield.
SLIT LAMP PHOTOGRAPHY OF CATARACTOUS HUMAN LENS - A COMPARISION OF THE COLOURATION AND TYPES OF CATARACTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Ajit V Pandya* Cataract is responsible for significant visual impairment with human etiologies. Annually 2-3 million people become blind due to cataract. Risk factors include diabetes, smoking tobacco, prolonged exposure to sunlight, and alcohol. Either clumps of protein or yellow-brown pigment may be deposited in the lens reducing the transmission of light to the retina at the back of the lens of human eye. The binocular slitlamp examination provides a stereoscopic magnified view of the lens in eye. With fully dilated pupil, slit lamp photography of lenses was done. The types of cataract were judge by ophthalmologist and also compared with Chylacks classification.
To Study Different Acoustical Properties of Substituted Heterocyclic Drugs in DMF & DMF-Water Mixture at 290C. published in

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K.N.Sonune, Y. K. Meshram, Rohinee R. Dharamkar The acoustical properties have been investigated from the ultrasonic velocity and density measurement of substituted heterocyclic drugs such as Acenocoumarol { 4-Hydroxy-3-[1(4-nitrophenyl)-3-oxobutyl]-2Hchromen-2-one}, Allopurinal { 1,5 dihydro-4H-pyrazolol(3,4-d)pyrimidin-4-one}, Warfarin {3(-acetonyl benzyl) -4-hydroxy coumarin} in 10% DMF at 300K. The measurement have been perform to evaluate acoustical parameters such as -Ultrasonic Velocity (Us), Density( ds), Adiabatic compressibility (?s), Intermolecular length( Lt), Partial molal compressibility ( ?ok(s) ), Apparent molal volume ( ?v), Apparent adiabatic compressibility (?k(s)), Relative association(RA), Specific acoustic impedence (Z), partial molal volume (?ov). The behavior of solutions of these compounds in DMF and DMF-water mixture.
Coordinated Control of FACTS Controllers published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
N K Sharma, Arindam Ghosh and R K Varma This paper discusses the issues of control coordination between SVC and TCSC for multi-machine power system. The parameters of FACTS controllers are obtained using simple and effective root loci technique and modal clamping technique. Subsequently the effects of system loading and level of compensation on the controller parameters are investigated in depth. The results obtained from various studies are further refi ned and validated through step response studies. The results are presented for 9-bus WSCC test system.
Impact of Trade Liberalization on Economic growth in India published in

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Kali Charan Modak, Pallabi Mukherjee The paper empirically analyzes the impact of trade liberalization on the economic growth of India over the period 1990-2010. Trade openness, Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF), Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Inflation are important explanatory variables, while Real GDP is dependent variable used for the model specification. The study used Johensen Co-integration approach developed by Johensen & Jeslius (1990) for long run relationship. The result shows that trade liberalization and Gross Fixed Capital Formation have positive and significant impact on economic growth. Foreign Direct Investment and inflation negatively affect growth of economy. Residual test are used to check the overall fitness of model.
Developing sustainable agro-ecosystems on some rice Plains of the Western Highlands of Cameroon published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Zephania Nji Fogwe The sustainability of traditional farming systems in parts of Africa is threatened by losses in the variety of species, reduction in land, forest, soil and water resources under demographic pressure. Together with foreign influences these farming system are no longer in equilibrium with local culture and ecology so disintegrate due to the lack of local capacity to adjust to these changes. This has led to environmental degradation. The paper employs a combination of qualitative and quantitative techniques to: analyse the farming systems, assess the effect of cropping intensification on the climatic climax vegetation, and to establish the post-cultivation vegetation successions in fallows. It reports four crop fallow rotations: crop 3 years with 1 year bush fallow, crop 5 years with 1-2 year bush fallow, crop 10 years with 1-3 year bush fallow and continuous cropping. The post-cultivation successions present a plagioclimax dominated by Hyparhenia species with scattered shrubs maintained by cycles of cultivation and burning. The paper concludes that these shifting cultivation cycles involving cropping intensification and post cultivation savannization have deprived the farming system of its ecological benefits, that is, nutrient recycling through a long and mature fallow. The inability of the vegetation to reconstitute itself requires the development of farming systems that combine trees and crops in the field because of proven micro-ecological and ecological benefits. The paper therefore identifies the scope for the development of socially, economically and ecologically sustainable agro-ecosystems as a development path for shifting cultivation systems. Keywords: agro-ecosystem, environmental degradation, cropping intensity, post-cultivation, vegetation successions
Pornography addiction: Should it be considered to include in our future Diagnostic systems ? published in

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Dr. Hemanta Dutta, Dr. Soumik Sengupta Pornography addiction is fresher and less often reported term in psychiatric practice. Albeit viewing pornography produces sexual gratification, infrequently its excessive use may induce disturbed psychological states. Here we are demonstrating a case of pornography addiction who attended Outpatient department to throw an insight into the magnitude of the problem.
A STUDY ON CONSUMERS BRAND LOYALTY TO COSMETICS IN NAMAKKAL DISTRICT published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. B. Rajendran, S. Manoharan Cleanliness is the next to godliness. So goes a saying, and man, a social animal, shows his supremacy over all other earthly creatures by including in this daily routine the task of cleaning himself. This routine commences with brushing his teeth followed by a bath. Now -a- days most of the people have developed the habit of applying facial creams to protect themselves from Indias cruel heat. From the point of view of cleaning the teeth, tooth powders, tooth pastes and tooth brushes soon swarmed the market while for cleansing ones body from sweat and dirt, sweet smelling and medicated soaps filled the market. Cleaning ones hair which to the Indian woman occupies top priority was made easy and convenient with the various fragrant and herbal shampoos in large supplies. People now on the threshold of the 21 st century, have begun to pay more attention to their looks and have been swayed off their feet by the various tempting and promising cream.
Emotional Maturity, Anxiety and Interpersonal Communication among Adolescents with Separated and Non Separated Parents published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Karen Mae C. Aquino, Queencel B. Enriquez, Kathrina B. Gonzales, Lida C. Landicho Family is essentially made of those people who look after, who play a crucial role in our upbringing and who teach us such lessons in life. This thesis is intended to explore the major effects on adolescents with separated parents in terms of Emotional Maturity, Interpersonal Communication, and Anxiety. The researchers also compare variables to adolescents with non-separated parents. The scope of this study was given to 50 adolescents ages 17-21 with separated parents and 50 who were in intact families from Lyceum of the Philippines UniversityBatangas (N=100, 50 for non separated and 50 for separated).The researchers used quantitative method. Anova and Pearson-R were used to determine the results. The results show that the three variables have significant differences on separated parents. While Anxiety has a bigger impact on those adolescents with separated parents than with the non separated, Interpersonal Communication has no significant difference on adolescents with non separated parents.
A STUDY ON USE OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT BY COURIER SERVICES IN INDIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
G.Santosh Kumar, MBA, M.Phil* Logistics Management is being increasingly used in most of the sectors to get their routine works to be accomplished. The courier services companies in India are using the logistics Management practices to fulfill the promises made by them to the clients accurate, timely and faster as there is an increased relocation of people in India from one place to other and movement of goods not only this but due to rapid increase in the growth in the manufacturing, retail, Fast Moving Consumer Goods and e-commerce websites led to rapid development of courier services companies. This paper reveals about the companies engaged in courier service’s involved in pick up and delivering the goods from one place to other in India.
FREQUENCY OF NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN PRETERM NEONATES AND THEIR OUTCOME DURING HOSPITAL STAY published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Dr. Shazad Najeeb1 , Dr. Arshad Sohail 2 , DR. Muhammad Ali Raza 3 , Dr. Chetan Das4 , Priya Hotwani 5 , Dr. Suresh Kumar Rathi 6 Background: Neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis [NEC], characterized by intestinal necrosis and pneumatosis intestinal, is the most common gastrointestinal emergency in the premature newborns[1] . The disease has an incidence rate of 2 to 5% in premature infants. The incidence rate increases to 13% in those weighing 1,500 gram at birth. NEC has a mortality rate of 10 to 55%. Objective: To determine the frequency of necrotizing enterocolitis in preterm neonates along with their outcome during stay in hospital. Methods: All premature newborn with morbidity admitted at Neonatal Intensive Care Unit [NICU] the Children Hospital, PIMS, Islamabad were screened for enrolment. A total of 156 premature newborn who fulfilled the inclusion criteria were enrolled in the current study. The duration of study was 6 months. At the time of enrolment, demographic characteristics of all the enrolled babies were obtained and noted on the proforma specially designed for the study. Delivery complications, enteral feeding status and resuscitation at birth were also noted. Each baby was assessed for the diagnosis of NEC. Those who were diagnosed to have NEC where then followed for outcome. The outcome of study was either discharged [n=35] or died [n=12] during the hospital stay. Results: During the study period a total of 156 babies were enrolled. Out of 156 babies, 47 [30.1%] babies were diagnosed to have NEC. The mean [SD] age of babies with NEC in this study was 7.8 [±4.1] days. Out of 47, 29 [62.0%] babies were aged up to 8 days. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 27 [57.0%] babies were male. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 26 [55.3%] babies were residence of urban areas. The mean [SD] gestational age was 32.1 [±3.4] weeks. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 30 [63.8%] babies with NEC had gestational age of 32 weeks or more. The mean [SD] weight was 1,813.7 [±283.4] grams. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 29 [61.7%] babies had weight less than 2,000 grams. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 28 [59.6%] babies with NEC were fed on formula milk. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 36 [76.6%] mothers had complications during the time of delivery. Out of 47 babies, 28 [60%] mothers had PROM. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 18 [38.3%] babies had hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 28 [59.6%] babies with NEC were resuscitated at the time of birth. Out of 47 babies with NEC, 18 [38.3%] babies showed complete resolution, 11 [23.4%] babies showed partial resolution with residual disability, 6 [12.8%] babies with NEC showed no improvement whereas 12 [25.6%] babied died during their stay in the hospital. Conclusions: Our study shows that out of 156 babies admitted and enrolled in our study, 47 [30.1%] were diagnosed to have NEC. Out of these 47 babies with NEC, 35 [74.4%] survived with 18, 11 and 6 babies showed complete resolution, partial resolution with residual disability, and no improvement respectively, while 12 [25.6%] were died during their hospital stay. However, there is a need to conduct further research including a multi-centre, large sample size study to investigate the burden of NEC in Pakistan.
ON THE PROJECTIVE EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN FIRST APPROXIMATE MATSUMOTO METRIC AND KROPINA METRIC published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
*Narasimhamurthy S. K. and Chethana B. C. In this article, we find equations to characterize projective equivalence between two special classes of (????, ????)-metrics ???? = ???? + ???? + ???? 2 ???? and ????? = ???? 2 ???? , where ???? and ????? are two Riemannian metrics and ???? and ????? are two one forms. Further, we study projective relation between same these two (????, ????)-metrics. AMS Classification: 53C60, 53B40.
Los perjuicios derivados del incumplimiento del deber de solicitar el consentimiento informado al paciente published in

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Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Luis Felipe Giraldo Gmez Informed consent as an essential element of the medical act has involved an evolution over time in terms of the conception of the doctor-patient relationship, to the point of generating discussion within bioethics between paternalism and autonomy, regarding recognition or not, of the patients right to decide over her own body and his destiny. In addition to this discussion, is now added from the scope of civil liability, the anxiety of knowing what kind of damage they cause to the patient and should be compensated for the professional when it fails to comply with this duty, for which we propose in this article, is to make some a brief reflections on the way in practice Colombian jurisprudence, analyzed and studied the issue of the nature of the harm to the patient that are generated in such events.
The problems and issues in urbanization in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Venkatigalla Venkatesham Urbanization is a problem which has assumed gigantic dimensions in some of the technically and industrially advanced countries of the world. It means the concentration of population in the economically developed and industrialized centres and other big cities. This leads to much congestion and many social and economic problems.
Identification of Trail Leg Recovery Acceleration Curve Profiles For Use in Matching Track and Field Athletes to Events published in

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William E. Johnson For many years, coaches and trainers have been looking for athletes that fit the mold of the typical sprint somatotype. Unfortunately the majority of the studies have focused on the Max Velocity phase of the sprint, leaving the start (drive and transition phases) relatively uninvestigated. The purpose this study was to identify trail leg recovery acceleration profiles (a key determinant of stride frequency) for use in matching track and field athletes to events. Collegiate track and field athletes with high levels of experience performed a series of trail leg recoveries at two different pelvic tilt angles while wearing an accelerometer. A series of four model acceleration curves were identified and associated with event characteristics and levels of performance: QAHP - Quick Explosive Acceleration with High Peak Force; QAMP - Quick Acceleration with Moderate Peak Force; LAMP - Low Acceleration with Moderate Peak Force; and LALP - Low Acceleration with Low Peak Force.
PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON EUPHORBIA HYPERICIFOLIA published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Sonia Saini, Javed Intekhab Ten compounds have been isolated from the roots of Euphorbia hypericifolia viz., β -sitosterol (EH-1), β-sitosterol-3-O- β -Dglucopyranoside (EH-2), ursolic acid(EH-3), oleanolic acid (EH-4), 16α-hydroxy-ent-kauran-19-oic acid (EH-5) , 16α, 17-dihydroxy-entkauran- 19-oic acid (EH-6) , ent-kaur-15-en-19-oic acid (EH-7), ent-kaur-15-en-17-ol-19-oic acid(EH-8),rutin(EH-9)5'-methoxy-8-methyl- 6-prenyl-5,7-dihydroxy- 3',4'-methylenedioxy-flavone (EH-10). Compounds EH-3 to EH-10 was isolated for the first time from this plant and the structures were elucidated by spectroscopic analysis.
Performance-Based Seismic Design of Structures published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. C. P. Pise, S. S. Kadam, Y. P. Pawar, D. D. Mohite, C. M. Deshmukh, G. D. Lakade -
Solvent Extraction of Chromium (VI) From Aqueous Acid Solutions by Tetrabutyl Ammonium Iodide published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
A.V.L.N.S.H. Hari Haran * and D.Murali Krishna This paper reports the studies on the solvent extraction behavior of Cr (VI) in different acid solutions using tetrabutyl ammonium iodide in benzene as extractant. The effect of important variables like nature of diluents, concentration of mineral acids, and variation of metal ion concentration and extractant variation is investigated. The extractions are nearly quantitative with hydrochloric, sulphuric, nitric and perchloric acid & are partial from phosphoric and acetic acid systems. The extracted species are identified. The method has been applied for the determination of chromium in chrome alloys.
INDUCING SHOOT GROWTH OF Dendrobium Heterocarpum Lindl. USING ZEATIN AND NAA HORMONE published in

Jurnal Metamorfosa, Journal of Biological Sciences

Published by Master of Biology of Udayana University
Ni Luh Putu Kayika Febryanti Made Ria Defiani Ida Ayu Astarini Dendrobium heterocarpum Lindl. is a native orchid in Indonesia. Its population continue to decline due to unsustainable exploitation. One solution to increase its population is via in vitro technique propagation. This research aimed to determine effect of hormone addition (Zeatin and NAA) to induce shoot multiplication of D. heterocarpum Lindl. grown in Murashige and Skoog (MS) basic medium. The research was conducted in Tissue Culture Laboratory, Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, Udayana University from November 2015 until March 2016. The experiment employed Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 20 combinations of treatments, with three replicates each treatment. The treatment werer addition of Zeatin and NAA, with five concentrations of Zeatin (0, 0.1, 0,5, sweet corn and hybrids corn as the natural Zeatin); four NAA concentrations (0, 0.05, 0.1 and 0.5). Variable recorded include such as the number of shoots, roots and explant’s vigor. The quantitative data which include number of leaves and shoots after 12 weeks, were analyzed using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA); and if significantly different, tested further using Duncan Multiple Range Test (DMRT) at 5% level. Z5N3 medium revealed significantly different on amount of leaves and shoot height and also the best medium on amount of roots. Best hormone combination that can induce multiplication of new shoots are medium Z4N3 and Z5N1.
Logstica reversa de embalagens como estratgia sustentvel para reduo de custos: um estudo em uma engarrafadora de bebidas published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Laryssa Guedes de Oliveira & Maria Luciana de Almeida This paper aims to examine the possibility of reducing production costs with the implementation of a program of reverse logistics packaging. Therefore we conducted a literature review focusing on reverse logistics, sustainability, packaging and glass recycling. The research was conducted through a descriptive case study, conducted from a survey and a semi structured interview. The study was developed in a beverage bottler, the Engarrafamento Coroa, a company that adopts in its bottling system using bottles purchased from recycling cooperatives. The results indicate that by reverse logistics is possible to reduce costs and environmental impact associated with the pollution and waste of materials, and provides revenue generation. Keywords: Reverse Logistics; Sustainability; Cost Reduction.
Examining through the Financial Ratio Analyses over Turkish Football Clubs in terms of Sportive Success and Financial Structure : Example of Galatasaray and Fenerbahce published in

Sportif Bakis: Spor ve Egitim Bilimleri Dergisi

Published by Umit Dogan USTUN
Cihan ULUN, A. Azmi YETIM The purpose of this study has been to examine two major incorporated Football Clubs in terms of sportive success and Financial structure in Turkey. These clubs are handled as statute of bussiness corporations. Sportive and financial outputs are quite important for the management succes of commercial nature of bussiness corporation. The accuracy of sportive and financial analyses is crucial in sportive corporation. For this reason, financial ratio analysis are used in context(extent) of management science. Thus, the analysis focus on Galatasaray and Fenerbahce which are most successful footbal clubs national and international sportive success in Turkey. To results of the study, Galatasaray is more successful as a football club which won the championship three times at last five season than Fenerbahce which won two times at last five season in Turkey. At the same time, according to the ranking of UEFA, Galatasaray have en edge over fb through showing %29.35 success difference ratio. According to observation of liqudity ratio, “Cash ratio” is min 0.20, “Current Ratios” is higher than 1-1.5 are the prefered values for financial analysis ratio. Although accepted leverage ratio value is 0.50 from perspective of financial structure, this ratio is accepted 0.60 in Turkey. As regard to the consequences of financial analysis, sample clubs have lower Cash and Current Ratios than expected. However, in terms of financial structure, results are found higher than supposed to be. The results of this study shows that financial structure of the sample clubs are quite risky.
EFFECT OF FENTANYL AS AN ADJUVANT TO LOCAL ANAESTHETICS IN SUPRACLAVICULAR BRACHIAL PLEXUS BLOCK ON DURATION OF POST-OPERATIVE ANALGESIA: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMISED CLINICAL STUDY. published in

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Dr.Vishwas.G.K, Dr. Kiran.B.R, Dr.Sagar.S.M, Dr.Shivakumar.K.P OBJECTIVE: Regional blocks as always remain a well-accepted component of comprehensive anesthetic care. Any knowledge acquired in this field should be extended into the postoperative period, which is the period of severe, intolerable pain requiring attention. The addition of opioids in brachial plexus block is reported to improve success rate and postoperative analgesia, by some authors, whereas others have found no effect. This prospective clinical study was undertaken to compare the onset, the quality and duration of analgesia with 2% lignocaine with adrenaline- bupivacaine mixture and 2% lignocaine with adrenaline- bupivacaine-fentanyl in supraclavicular brachial plexus block. MATERIAL & METHODS: Patients were randomly divided into two groups: group I (control) and group II (study). All the patients were subjected to brachial plexus block with supraclavicular approach with all aseptic precautions with a 24-gauge needle, immediately lateral to subclavian artery. After obtaining paraesthesia, drugs were administered as follows: Group I (control): bupivacaine 0.5% 20 mL + lignocaine with adrenaline 2% 20 mL + NS 1 mL Group II (study): bupivacaine 0.5% 20 mL + lignocaine with adrenaline 2% 20 mL + fentanyl 1 mL (50 microgram).Onset of analgesia time, duration of sensory blockade, duration of postoperative analgesia & any side effects were noted. . Rescue analgesia was given when VAS > 4/10 and it was given in the form of Inj.Diclofenac Sodium 1.5 mg/kg intramuscularly. RESULTS: The addition of fentanyl to brachial plexus block prolonged the onset of analgesia.The durations of sensory blockade and analgesia were significantly longer in fentanyl Group.There was no statistically significant difference in the incidence of side effects between the two groups. CONCLUSION:Fentanyl as an adjuvant to local anaesthetic solution in supraclavicular brachial plexus block can increase the success rate and significantly prolong the duration of analgesia, but it delays the onset time of sensory blockade as compared with that achieved by the same doses of local anesthetics used in combination.
DESIGN OF PRODUCT FAMILIES BASED ON A MODULAR ACHITECTURE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
MTOPI FOTSO Blaise E.1 , DJANNA KOFFI F.L.2 , FOGUE Médard Our purpose is to present a methodology concerning the design of product families. From the allocation of the overall function into sub-function, we linked the functional model with the structural model of the product. Our methodology is illustrated by an academic example.
EVALUATION OF ANTI-FUNGAL ACTIVITY OF WOVEN FABRICS BY HERBAL METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*J. Banupriya M.Phil (Ph.D Scholar), 2Dr.V.Maheshwari (Guide & Associate professor) An eco friendly natural antifungal finish has been prepared from the plant extract for the textile application. Herbal extracts have been applied to bamboo/ cotton fabric by pad, dry cure method. The antifungal property of fabrics is considered to be more important and inevitable finish for garments, which are in direct contact with human body. The fabrics which are in contact with the human body provide an ideal environment for the microbial growth. This paper consists of a detailed discussion of the herbal finish with antifungal effect on bamboo/ cotton fabrics. In this paper the investigators have find out the effect of Antifungal finish applied by herbal based method and the result were analyzed by wash durability test.
Effect of Prior Application of 2% Calcium Dobesilate on Direct Pulp Capping with Mta- A Preliminary Randomized Clinical Trial published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Lalit C Boruah, Pallavi Bhuyan AIM OF THE STUDY: To observe the effect of prior application of calcium dobesilate on direct pulp capping with MTA. OUTLINE OF METHODOLOGY: Clinically and radiographically confirmed cases of direct pulp exposed teeth were randomly stratified into two groups; Group I- Pulp capping done with MTA with prior application of calcium dobesilate and Group II- Pulp capping done with MTA without prior application of calcium dobesilate. The experimented teeth were evaluated clinically and radiographically for 6 months post operatively. RESULTS: All the teeth that were followed showed favourable outcomes on the basis of radiographic appearance, subjective symptoms and cold testing. Group I showed faster results as compared to Group II. CONCLUSION: Prior application of calcium dobesiltae has shown to increase the efficacy of MTA as a direct pulp capping agent
TURBULENT CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER OF GRAPHENE OXIDE NANOFLUID THROUGH HORIZONTAL TUBE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Tarek A. Meakhail The aim of this paper is to study experimentally the forced convective heat transfer behaviou r of Graphene oxide nanofluids inside a horizontal circular tube subject to a constant and uniform heat flux at the pipe wall. Graphene oxide (GO) nanoparticles were synthesized by the modified Hummers method. GO particles dispersed in pure water are used as the working fluid. Consideration is given to the effect of the inclusion of nanoparticles on heat transfer enhancement, thermal conductivity and viscosity in the turbulent flow. Four volume fractions of 0.05%, 0.10%, 0.15% and 0.20% are tested for GO/w ater nanofluids. The heat transfer within the flowing nanofluids were measured and compared with the corresponding data for base fluid (pure water). The Reynolds number is ranged from 3000 to 10000. It is found from the study that (i) heat transfer enhance ment is caused by suspending nanoparticles and becomes more pronounced with an increase in the particle volume fraction, (ii) the nanofluids have substantially higher value of Nusselt number than the same liquids without nanoparticles and the Nusselt numbe r of nanofluids increase in accordance with an increase of the Reynolds number, (iii) heat transfer coefficient of nanofluid increase with Reynolds number, (iv) the viscosity, thermal conductivity, and electrical conductivity of Graphene oxide (GO) nanoflu id increase in accordance with an increase of the volume fraction.
Mathematical modeling for cooling by water evaporation over roof of a greenhouse published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.K. GHOSAL AND R.K. DAS A mathematical model with moving water film over the roof of even span model greenhouse has been developed to study the effectiveness of cooling in the greenhouse. Analytical expressions for flowing water temperature in south and north roof along with greenhouse room air temperature have been derived in terms of design and climatic parameters for summer period. The analysis is based on steady state mode. Flow of thin film of water is maintained over the jute cloth stretched on the roofs of greenhouse. The effects of relative humidity, flow rate of water, absorptivity of shading material (jute cloth) and length of roof on the cooling performance of greenhouse room air temperature are discussed thoroughly with the help of this model.
Obesity and Coronary Artery Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ashish Patel, Dr. Darshan Sandesara, Dr. Kavya Patel Obesity has been considered one of the most important causative factor for the development of coronary artery disease. Obesity has several effects on endocrine functions contributing to insulin resistance and development of metabolic syndrome. The aim of this study was to identify and correlate whether obesity itself or metabolic effects and comorbidies associated with obesity plays an important role in the coronary artery disease.
Riesgo Familiar Total de familias de preescolares con enfermedades prevalentes de la infancia. Centro de Salud Villasantana. Pereira^ published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Luz Enith Velsquez Restrepo, Vilma Florisa Velsquez Gutirrez Introduction: characterization of the total family risk (RFT) of preschool families with prevailing childhood disease that consulted at the Health Center of Villasantana Pereira, Colombia in 2012. Methods: descriptive study of 50 families with previous informed consent. The Total Family Risk measurement instrument was applied RFT: 5-33, valid for Colombia and the data analysis was performed with the SPSS -12 programs. Results: the families were made up of 204 people, 40% of the population was displaced and 43% of them were children or adolescents. 64% of the nuclear families. 54% of the families had a low RFT and 46% were threatened, especially by psychological conditions (88%). A significant correlation between RFT and its components was found: psychological conditions (0.554) social/economic situation (0.520) and management of minors (0.503). Conclussion: the families do not identify a high risk, even with adverse conditions and it is required for family health to be intensified.
Enhancement of Explosive Power Through Plyometric Exercises Combined With Weight Training Among University Women Volleyball Players published in

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B.Baby Shakila, Dr. K. Chandrasekaran Enhancement of Explosive Power among university Women Volleyball Players was tested using the training plyometric exercises combined with weight training with designed package od schedule on sports training principles. To know the effects the score on the selected variable was arrived before and after the training schedule. The statistical significance was felt during the statistical analysis as the effect of the training for the scheduled duration which proves the impact of the training on the selected variable.
Modeling the Workplace Bullying the Mediator of “Workplace Climate-Employee Health” Relationship published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Mehwish Iftikhar, Muhammad Imran Qureshi Mobbing is relatively new concept for behavioral scientists, which illustrates in the form of unfriendly behavior of employee at workplace. The objective of the study is to examine the relationship between organizational climate, workplace bullying and workers health in Higher education institutes of Pakistan. In addition, this study investigates how workplace bullying acts as a mediator between organizational climate and workers physical & psychological health. Structural equation modeling and path analysis was conducted using the AMOS software program. The reliability of the questionnaire is measured by Cronbach's coefficient alpha (α). The results from the study show a Cronbach's α score of each dimensional scale: organizational climate has been measured on the basis of 7 factors. Reliability of each factor has been calculated like the first factor leadership has been measure through 4 items. Direct and indirect effects were calculated in order to test the endogenous and exogenous variables. The results derived from seventeen Higher Educational Institutes, which comprises 9 public and 8 private educational institutions of Pakistan that indicates the fitness of the extended model and depicted that workplace bullying mediates the relationship of organizational climate and workers health. Organizational climate causes workplace bullying that affect workers physical and psychological health. The basic cause of bullying at workplace is the organizational climate along with its various elements that can better contribute in making valuable strategies to manage workplace bullying. It is important to emphasize that these findings might be used effectively in order to guide organizational interventions and theoretical developments.
Drought mitigation interventions of Krishi Vigyan Kendra for enhancing chances of successful harvest in rainfed areas of Satna district of Madhya Pradesh published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.S. NEGI1, S.S. KAUSHIK1, P.S. GURJAR1, A.K. SHARMA1 AND U.S. GAUTAM* Drought is a major constraint to rain-fed crop production. Analysis of drought on the basis of rainfall pattern of Satna district revealed that the distirct experiences three types of drought in Kharif sown crops; early season drought, mid season drought and terminal drought resulting in seedling, pre-flowering and post-flowering drought stress. Post-flowering drought stress manifests in crop lodging, disease, reduced seed size, premature plant senescence and death of plants. In Satna district, rice, pigeonpea and soybean are the main crops grown during Kharif. Yield losses vary according to severity and the type of drought. Prolonged droughts at any stage results in crop failures. When crop fails farmer rely on relieve measures from governments and welfare organizations. Drought affects livelihoods of more than 1.46 lakhs families in the district. To minimise impact of drought, Krishi Vigyan Kendra have assessed and demonstrated drought mitigating technologies to increased chances of successful harvests. The technologies include varieties that escape/tolerate drought due to early maturity and drought management techniques. Short duration, drought tolerant, disease tolerant varieties of rice, pigeonpea and soybean have been demonstrated and promoted to address drought problem in the district particularly in areas receiving less rains and poorly distributed rainfall. The rice varieties IR-64 and IR-36 (maturing in 115-120 days) have been replaced by early maturing rice varieties JR-201, NDR-97 and Vandana; soybean varieties JS-335 replaced by JS-9305 and JS-9560: long duration pigeonpea varieties have been replaced by short duration ICPL-88039, TJT-501 and TJT-401 in rain fed drought prone areas. These varieties escape terminal drought because of early maturing. The early maturing crops like sesame, black gram, green gram and cowpea have also been introduced in drought prone areas. Further, the improved short duration, disease tolerant varieties are integrated with drought management techniques to reduce drought effects. Management techniques included water harvesting and moisture conservation techniques like ridge and furrow sowing, mulching, compost application, conservation tillage, planting time manipulation and use of cover crops to reduce drought effects. Weather advisory services were provided to farmers on daily basis through Kisan Mobile Advisory. KVK also organized technology demonstrations and trainings, celebrated technology weeks to educate the farmers on drought management About 921 extension programmes comprising meetings, field days, goshthis, farmers fairs, exhibitions and film shows were organized on drought-mitigation strategies with the participation of about 59660 farmers and extension personnel of the district that encountered drought. During the year, seeds of short-duration and drought tolerant varieties of crops were provided to the extent of 994.46 quintal sufficient to cover an area of 2920.5 ha benefiting 4505 farmers in these droughts hit areas. The technologies resulted in better moisture management, better crop establishment and growth, less frequent crop failures and raised crop yields.
Adaptation of Temporal Relational Database Models for Node.js published in

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Dimitar Pilev There are multiple areas which require monitoring the data modification in the course of time. In this case, the databases have to store not only the current values of the data processed, but also their previous, even future, values. The purpose of this paper is to adapt a temporal relational database model for Node.js platform. A data base updating functionality is implemented. The asynchronous execution of the requests in Node.js allows quick and effective processing of bulk information stored in the temporal database.
Foreign Direct Investment: A Study on India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Shiv Kumar India is a country that has been able to restore investor confidence in its markets, even during the toughest of times. Increase in capital flows, foreign direct investments (FDI) and overseas entities participation reflect the fact that Indian markets have fared well in recent times. Moreover, foreign companies are viewing the South-Asian nation as a strategic hub for their operations and investments owing to inve stor-friendly policy environment, positive eco-system and huge potential for growth. Indian Incorporations increasing presence over the global canvas and Indian Governments consistent support to the FDI space has facilitated remarkable developments as Indias strength is in its information base. This paper brings out an analysis on the foreign direct investments year-wise total inflows, sector wise inflows, top 10 contributing countries to Indias investment inflows and total FDI outflows, to make an assessment on growth rate, identifying the major setbacks and loopholes that allows foreign institutions to enter our nation.
The Effectiveness of Self Instructional Module on Knowledge of Lifestyle Modification Among Post Myocardial Infarction Patient published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Ruban David. P Heart disease is the leading cause of death in most of the developed and developing countries. Coronary heart disease was the underlying causes of nearly 26% of death of the patients. Objectives: 1.to assess the pre test level of knowledge on life style modification among post myocardial infarction patients.2.determine the effectiveness of self instructional module on knowledge on life style modification among post myocardial infarction patient.3. Associate the selected demographic variables with post test knowledge on life style modification among post myocardial infarction patients. Methods/approach: pre experimental research with one group pre test and post test design. Results: There was a significant increase in the level of knowledge regarding life style modifications of Myocardial Infarction patient before and after receiving the self instructional module at P < 0.001 level
Cortical Deafness- A Rare Case Report published in

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V Jaya, S.S. Vignesh, S.S. Vignesh Central Auditory deficits can vary from pure word deafness to unresponsiveness to all environmental sounds. Cortical deafness is a term used to define severe central auditory deficits following bilateral lesions which are rare and provide unique opportunity to evaluate audiologically. Confirmation of cortical deafness requires detailed test battery approach with Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEP). This case report highlights the importance of AEPs along with routine audiological testing in diagnosis of cortical deafness. Also we emphasis on complete speech , language evaluation to rule out aphasia, a language disorder commonly accompanied with mild to severe auditory comprehension deficits.
UP GRADATION OF LIGNITE COAL BY WET SIEVE TECHNIQUE FROM MATASUKH MINES OF NAGAUR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
B. S. Parmar*, A. V. Singh Energy consumption per capita in modern society, The drastic development in industrial sector, commercial sector due to atomization the energy supply was started by lignite coal along with other energy source in which wet sieve technique is a physical method to up gradation by using size of coal particle with water. The lignite sample contained fix carbon=7.62%, ash= 39.90%, and volatile matter=22.48 % and marginally lowers calorific value =1748.84 kcal/kg. The retained weight= 44.5% of +100 mesh and passing weight =55.5 % for -100 mesh were obtained of fine size rang 100 mesh(0.149mm) to 1mm in wet sieve technique. The material was transformed into a value added product of CV=2332.3 kcal/kg of fine size of lignite coal particle. The wet sieve technique gave CV+583.46 kcal/kg value added lignite coal.
11-Ketotesterone (Kt-11), Estradiol (E2) Level and Cytochrome P450 (Bgcyp19a) Transcription in the Testis of Male Blue Gourami (Trichogaster Trichopterus) published in

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Gad Degani The present study examine 11-ketotesterone (KT-11), estradiol (E2) level and cytochrome P450 (bgCYP19a) in the testis of blue gourami during maturation, sexual behavior and spermatogenesis. A significantly higher level of 11-KT was found in mature fish compared to juveniles. Testis estradiol (E2) level was lower in juveniles compared to adults, but the difference was not statistically significant. The mRNA level of bgCYP19a in the testes of juvenile males did not differ significantly (t-test, p > 0.05) from its level in the transcription of mature non-nest- building (non-reproductive) males. However, the bgCYP19a in the testes of reproductive males (nest-builders) increased significantly (t-test; p < 0.05) in reproductive males.
THE SEPIKE ACADEMY AS A MODERN EDUCATIONAL BUSINESS-INSTITUTION IN THE GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL MARKET 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�
Schaefer Michael Current century is well advanced and named as the communications century. Nevertheless, many companies and educational institutions have not yet arrived there; teaching materials and teaching methods often have the status of the 90s. International communications are now becoming increasingly important and are changing faster. It means that modern education must keep pace with the time, with new and innovative ways to share experiences as well as the improvement of skills in a rapidly changing global and modern scientific world. Innovative development takes place simultaneously at all levels, not limited to any issues, trends or activities. Stagnation means regression, so we do not want to stand on a reached level with our projects, we try to show new perspectives in order to find new and perhaps unusual ways. Modern education and training needs new methods and modern forms, which must be adjusted promptly according to the global communications and life-style. In our article we present our project, which is oriented at a high level of scientific researches and at the same time gaining practical experience, adapted to innovative modern markets.
Study of Role of Dexamethasone in Pyogenic Meningitis published in

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Siddharth Singh INTRODUCTION - Acute Bacterial meningitis is still a cause of morbidity and mortality despite the use of antibiotics. Role of steroids in reducing the morbidity and other unfavourable outcomes in patients suffering from meningitis has always been debated in medical science. We conducted a study to assess the role of dexamethasone in patients with pyogenic meningitis. AIM To evaluate the role of dexamethasone in patients with acute bacterial meningitis. METHOD AND MATERIALS - Dexamethasone was administered 20 minutes before or with the first dose of antibiotic and the outcome studied. A total of 55 patients were studied who were divided into two groups. Group I received dexamethasone and antibiotic while group II received only antibiotic. Group I was further divided into two subgroups Group Ia consisted of patients receiving dexamethasone 20 minutes prior to administration of antibiotic and Group Ib comprised of those who received dexamethasone simultaneously with antibiotics. Patients in Group I showed early resolution of confusion, fever and nausea while no significant change was seen in any symptom in Group Ia and Group Ib. RESULT - Patients on dexamethasone showed significant improvement in their sensorium and neck rigidity also resolved earlier in this group. Among the CSF parameters sugar and WBC count were better in Group I patients than in Group II patients. Comparison between Group Ia and Group Ib patients revealed statistically significant improvement in WBC count only while other parameters were similar. Administration of Dexamethasone showed improvement in clinical features as well as CSF parameters although the timing of administration did not show any significant change. CONCLUSION - Patients with acute pyogenic meningitis should be administered dexamethasone along with antibiotics to improve their clinical outcome and reduce complications.
EVALUATION OF LIQUEFACTION POTENTIAL OF BAGHDAD SOIL DURING EARTHQUAKES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Hussein H. Karim*, Safaa J. Wadaa This paper is concerned with the evaluation of Baghdad soil liquefaction potential under earthquakes effect. Data of soil investigation reports such as borehole total depth, water table level, total unit weight, standard penetration number and fines percentage were used. Data for 630 boreholes represent 200 site location points for many different types of projects spread all over the city have been chosen and analyzed using LiquefyPro software. Two user factors of safety and two options for fines correction have been used. Six earthquake magnitudes (M=4 to 6.5 with 0.5 interval) have been chosen to analyze the data. Only 121 points show susceptibility to liquefaction. The final output is shown in tables and the points are shown on GIS maps. The results state that the effects of earthquake induced liquefaction should be taken in consideration in future design
Gestational hypertension in relation to diet of women in Udaipur city published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R. MOGRA AND J. SURANA A prospective study was conducted on one hundred pregnant women (free from any disease) aged between 20-40 years and having systolic blood pressure 140 mm Hg or higher and a diastolic blood pressure of 90 mm Hg or higher, after completing 20 weeks of gestation. Results revealed that majority of women were Hindu (85%), graduate (41%) and housewives (82%). Mean height, weight and BMI among the subjects were 153.28 cm, 59.6 kg and 23.9 kg/m2, respectively. Information on blood pressure revealed that systolic blood pressure of majority of subjects (88%) was in range of 140-159 mm Hg (Stage 1), whereas 86 per cent subjects had diastolic blood pressure in Stage 1 (90-99 mmHg). Information on nutrient intake revealed that intake of fat 38.07 g/d), vitamin C (71.69 mg/d), sodium (5.21g/d) and folic acid (1.18 mg/d) was higher whereas energy (1118.71 Kcal/d), protein (34.37g/d), carbohydrate (159.71g/d), fibre (5.23g/d), calcium (504.06mg/d), iron (10.13mg/d), b-carotene (1464.72 ?g/d), thiamin (0.973mg/d), riboflavin (0.847mg/d), niacin (7.26mg/d), potassium (1155.45mg/d) and zinc (3.91mg/d) consumption was lesser compared to RDA. Correlation analysis between selected nutrients and blood pressure revealed that there was a negative correlation of protein with the diastolic blood pressure and potassium and calcium with the systolic blood pressure during pregnancy while sodium, folic acid and zinc were not significantly correlated with the blood pressure during gestational hypertension.
BRAIN TUMOR CLASSIFICATION USING NEURAL NETWORK BASED METHODS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kalyani A. Bhawar * , Prof. Nitin K. Bhil MRI (Magnetic resonance Imaging) brain neoplasm pictures Classification may be a troublesome tasks due to the variance and complexity of tumors. This paper presents two Neural Network t echniques for the classification of the magnetic resonance human brain images. The proposed Neural Network technique consists of 3 stages, namely, feature extraction, dimensionality reduction, and classification. In the first stage, we have obtained the op tions connected with tomography pictures victimization distinct moving ridge transformation (DWT). In the second stage, the features of magnetic resonance pictures (MRI) are reduced victimization principles part analysis (PCA) to the more essential options . In the classification stage, two classifiers primarily based on supervised machine learning have been developed. The first classifier supported feed forward artificial neural network (FF - ANN) and therefore the second classifier supporter Back - Propagation Neural Network. The classifiers have been wont to classify subjects as normal or abnormal tomography brain pictures. MRI (Magnetic resonance Imaging) brain neoplasm pictures Classification may be a troublesome task thanks to the variance and complexity of tumors. This paper presents two Neural Network techniques for the classification of the magnetic resonance human brain images. The proposed Neural Network technique consists of 3 stages, namely, feature extraction, dimensionality reduction, and classifica tion. In the first stage, we have obtained the options connected with tomography pictures victimization distinct moving ridge transformation (DWT). In the second stage, the features of magnetic resonance pictures (MRI) are reduced victimization principles part analysis (PCA) to the more essential options. In the classification stage, two classifiers primarily based on supervised machine learning have been developed. The first classifier supported feed forward artificial neural network (FF - ANN) and therefore the second classifier supported Back - Propagation Neural Network. The classifiers have been wont to classify subjects as normal or abnormal tomography brain pictures .
Behavioural problems of students faced by school administration in Punjab published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VARINDER RANDHAWAAND KIRANDEEP KAURWALIA VARINDER RANDHAWAAND KIRANDEEP KAURWALIA
VOLATILITY OF STOCK INDEX MID-LARGE CAP AND SMALL CAP: AN INVESTIGATION FROM ARIMA/GARCH MODELS published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Anderson Luiz Rezende Ml, Israel Jos dos Santos Felipe, Franklin Medeiros Galvo Jnior The aim of this study is to investigate the existence of persistence and asymmetry in the volatility structure of indexes returns of Mid-Large Cap and Small Cap through models of time series of symmetric and asymmetric GARCH class with Gaussian probability distribution, Student's t and GED distributions. The underlying purpose of the study is that the disclosure of the structure of propagating the volatility of returns of these two theoretical portfolios can provide important elements for proper construction of optimal hedging strategies and risk management. As main results, there is evidence of greater persistence and asymmetry in volatility Small Cap Series The quality criteria used in setting indicated, for both series, one TARCH model with Student's t distribution. The empirical results suggest that the implementation of policies that encourage the use of hedging instruments for equity portfolios should incorporate pronounced persistence of shocks in the volatility. Still, models with t-student distribution obtained better adjustments for the series. The data used represent daily rates between the years 2005 and 2011.
Genome-scale in silico atpE gene knockout in Escherichia coli could drive novel biological discovery published in

Bioscience and Bioengineering Communications

Published by BBC Publications
Bashir Sajo Mienda One of the applications of E. coli genome-scale model is in the biological discovery of underground metabolic functions of partially characterized genes and/or enzymes. Here we report for the first time, a failed prediction of atpE gene knockout of no growth in the most recent E. coli reconstruction iJ01366 model, and a positive experimental growth on glucose, enabling a model-driven biological discovery of the underground metabolic function of this gene in E. coli metabolism. These findings unfolded what could be described as either scope gaps in the reconstruction or true biological gaps (knowledge gaps) on the missing atpE gene function in E. coli metabolism. This study informs other studies that the gaps could be pursued into the E. coli metabolism, leading to a modeldriven discovery in the future. This can be achieved by using gap filling algorithms (such as GrowMatch, SMILEY and OMNI) in combination with 13C labeling experiments and/or high throughput tools (such as phenotypic microarrays and robotic instruments) to update and uncover the missing atpE gene functions under different genetic and/or environmental conditions.
EVALUATION OF TETRAKETONES AND XANTHENEDIONES AS TYROSINASE INHIBITORS OR ACTIVATORS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Marcelle S. Ferreira, Diego A.T. Pires and Jos D. Figueroa-Villar* Inhibition or activation of Tyrosinase are important actions for treatment of skin cancer or hypopigmentation disease. Some compounds that were previously reported as inhibitors of this enzyme are tetraketones. In this work we prepared and tested some tetraketones as tyrosinase inhibitors, displaying low activity. Some of these compounds were also discovered by NMR that are easily transformed in solution as 25 oC to the respective xanthenediones in 100%. The respective xanthenediones were prepared and tested with this enzyme, indicating that some of them are the most effective Tyrosinase activators. The obtained results indicate that xanthenediones without or with a single para-R group on their benzyl ring are the most effective ones, being 9-phenyl-3,3,6,6-tetramethyl-3,4,6,7-tetrahydro-2H- xanthene-1,8(5H,9H)-dione (4B) the most effective one (172.56 % activation).
Effect of carbonation on physical and chemical attributes of lime juice published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Malarvizhi A* and 2Sivagami Srinivasan Assessment of the body weight and survival time in DLA induced mice treated with methanolic extract of roots of Coleus forskohlii showed a reduction in body weight by 24.4 percent, compared to DLA control mice and a significant increase in life span to 22.5 percent. The chloroform fraction of the methanolic extract inhibited the cell proliferation of DLA cell lines with IC50 of 13.5?g/ml. In MTT assay the percentage cell viability of DLA cells against the Coleus forskohlii extract showed that the percentage of viable cells is reduced to 49.21% at 5 ?g concentration and is further reduced as the concentration of the extract increases and the percentage of viable DLA cells is only 13.54% at 40 ?g concentrations, indicating the toxicity of the extract towards the DLA cells.
TRANSESTERIFICATION OF PONGAMIA AND JATROPHA OIL USING WHOLE CELLS OF RHIZOPUS STRAIN JK 1 published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jayshree B. Kantak and Asmita A. Prabhune* Transesterification of Pongamia and Jatropha oil was carried out using a novel isolate Rhizopus strain JK 1 as extracellular lipase producing whole cell biocatalyst. Ethanol gave maximum conversions when compared with the methanol as acyl acceptor. Ethanol gave up to 95% ethyl ester production from Pongamia oil after 36h of transesterification reaction. Different parameters like temperature, time and oil to alcohol ratio were standardized for optimum conversion. Maximum conversion of oil into ethyl ester was found at 30?C. Ethyl ester production increased with time and maximum production (95% from Pongamia oil and 88% from Jatropha oil) was achieved after completion of 36h of reaction at 30?C. Oil to ethanol concentration also affected the conversion rate in both the oils. Oil to ethanol concentration which gave best conversion was 1:4.
NGO: Women Economic Empowerment through Bamboo and Terracotta Work- A Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.M.Pushpalatha, M.Aseervadam Handicrafts were fairly developed in India during pre British period. The policy of the British rulers of the country disturbed the artisan sector. Till 19th century there was no economic development in the families of rural artisans. In 1957 the KVIC was formed as a statutory organization to promote industries in backward areas for improving the people economic conditions of those particular areas. A number of women specific policies were enunciated in all plan documents from the fifth five year plan 1974-78 onwards; there has been a mark shift in the approach to womens issues from welfare to development.The year 2001 was observed as women empowerment year by United Nations. In the same year the National policy of Empowerment of Women was evolved and recognized the causes of gender inequality which are related to social and economic structure. Since 2008 onwards, the NGO has taken initiative to empower women who belong to different crafts especially, potters and Bamboo works by replacing these craft works with Terracotta and Bamboo works according to the demand raised in the present market.The main objectives of the study are to see the economic upliftment and repayment capacity of women in handicraft units and find out how this economic status improved the social conditions of the artisan.The NGO Adarshaenrolldnumbers of artisan are 500, male and female artisans are in 50:50. It shows that there no OC community member engaged in rural artisan work. Most of the Artisans are belong to backward class community and remaining SC and ST community members are helpers in Terracotta and Bamboo works.The group of the artisan consist of 20 members.19 groups have taken 2 lakh as 2ndinstallment of loan and 2 groups have taken 5 lakh as 3rdinstalment of loan. The loan repayment of the installment is 100 percent.The department of handicrafts of State Govt. provided marketing facilities to display the articles by giving Travelling and DA per day Rs.100/- to the member. The free shops provided in the exhibitions/craft markets. Apart from this the articles where sold on ordered basis. The Terracotta items are parrots, elephants, male and female baby dolls etc. and clay items are pots of different sizes for kitchen, marriage and festival purposes. Based on the size of articles the cost of terracotta items are in between Rs. 50 -200, but it was sold in between Rs.100-450. The Bamboo works are baskets, flower vase, bamboo fans etc,.made according to the order. The cost of item will lies in between Rs.100-300/- and sell them for Rs.200-500 per item.SHG Artisan members (500) of NGO are having SHG savings at about Rs. 30,000. These savings are exclusively from the income generated to them by their schemes and each month the SHG artisan saved Rs. 50 per person.Therefore theartisans were improved economically and socially in education, health, and housing etc,.Therefore, along with the Govt.of India, the NGO also after the economic upliftment of the artisans. The NGO Adarsha proved that, the SHG artisans are not defaulters in repayment of loan like SHGs in the villages. It shows that, the NGO is encouraging the artisans by improving their skills through training in upliftment their economic conditions in modern era.
AN EFFICIENT CREDIT CARD FRAUD DETECTION TECHNIQUE USING GENETIC ALGORITHM published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Shruti Murdande,Pradip Sonavane Due to increasing use of internet for the past several years there has been seen a drastic increase in electronic business. Without any face to face interaction electronicbusiness is carried out. Many Electronic Payment system or modes are developed such as credit cards, debit card. This has resulted in Electronic-Frauds. And day-byday electronic frauds are increasing rapidly, which causes capital loss to organizations as well as customers who uses credit cards and debit cards. This gave an urge to develop credit card fraud detection system. In this paper our goal is to reduce fraud effectively hence genetic algorithm is preferred. Based on number of iteration of user behaviour Genetic algorithm classifies the transaction as either Fraud or either authorized.
FORMATION OF THE MECHANISM OFPRODUCT QUALITY MANAGEMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Zhanna Shapaevna Kenzhalina; Gaukhar Bisultanovna Amangaliyeva This article discusses the basic directions of the quality management system based on the analysis of the main indicators of company activity and product quality
تنبيهات الحافظ ابن حجر في فتح الباري على الإمام الكرماني في الكواكب الدراري في الإتصال والإنقؕاع (دراسة نقدية مقارنة) published in

Rahat-ul-Quloob

Published by Rahat-Ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta
Dr. Mutee ur Raman Prof. Dr. Fahur Rahman Qarshi Sahih al-Bukhari a collection of ahadith of Mohammad (may peace and blessing be upon him) compiled by Imam Abu Abdullah Muhammad al-Bukhari, has been given great importance by the Muslim scholars of past and present time. Many detailed commentaries on this collection have been written So the number of methods have been increased during the commentary of this book. Some of them explained it in detail, and some concerned with a particular aspect. “Al Kawakib Ad Durari” by Imam Alkirmani is an old explanation of Sahih Bukhari. Many commentators came after Imam Alkirmani consulted his book, and quoted his statements in their books; sometimes agreeing, and at other times contravention. Imam Alkirmani was among those scholars who were expert in many fields at a time like know-ledge about hadith,its narrators, commentary, qiraat, Quranic science, Islamic Jurisprudence, Arabic language, Faith, medicine, history, geography,astronomy etc.During studying “Fath al Bari”I found that Alhafiz Ibne Hajar criticized on the commentary of Alkirmani at many times in relating to the continuation and discount-inuation of traditions. In this article I studied these comments of Alhafiz Ibne Hajar on Imam Alkirmani a critical comparison. After research I have found that Alhafiz Ibne Hajar has consulted “Al Kawakib Ad Durari” and quoted Imam Alkirmani’s commentary and added it. This article approves that the opinion of Alhafiz Ibne Hajar is more reliable than Imam Alkirmani.
GOVERNMENTS STRATEGY IN DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM INFRASTRUCTURE published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
P.R.Karulkar Infrastructure plays a very important role in tourism development. It is the responsibility of the government to make systematic plan and provision for development of tourism activity in India . Availability of good infrastructure is one of the essenti al requirements for attracting more tourists, both international as well as domestic , t o any tourist destination . If India would be in a plan to provide good infrastructure then it will be the most attractive destination in 21 st century The object of thi s research paper to study the performance of the schemes for development of Tourism infrastructure in XI plan and what will be Government proposed strategies for development of tou rism infrastructure in XII plan. This study mainly focuses on the secondary data available on Tourism Report of Government of India . Finally the paper will conclude with remark of sustainable development of Tourism in 21 st century is possible only if government will have a proper wisdom and vision while framing Government Policy for tourism development.
Synchronous of ICT and E-Learning in Yemen: Impact and Usability published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Dr. Gamal Ahmed Ahmed Abdullah Alawi This paper concentrates on the information and communication technology tools and e-learning channels to qualify pre-service and in-service teachers. It offers a good correlation between ICT, e-learning and their usability on learning. The research with 200 participants curriers out and establishes a model using AMOS program which can explain 91% of learning with good model fit. This model can infer the effect of ICT, E-Learning on learning in Yemen. The subjects make use of different elements with multiple techniques such as multimedia, Internet and Intranet in full time and multi-tasks such searching, browsing, downloading (audio, video and appropriate software), copying, listening and watching associate text, audio and video respectively. It encourages teachers to use chat room for more discussion in the category of online co-operative learning and finally report their information in different styles on www. Keywords: ICT, E-learning, Usability, Information, Technology, Teachers
SPEECH ENHANCEMENT SYSTEM USING LABVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shiksha Pandita*1 & Sudhir Kumar Sharma Speech enhancement has become one of the most important tools of the modern generation and is widely used in various fields for various purposes. The past decade has seen dramatic progress in speech recognition technology, to the extent that systems and high-performance algorithms have become accessible. Speech enhancement depends on signal processing. Speech enhancement techniques are widely used to enhance the quality and intelligibility of the speech signal in the noisy environment. Conventional noise reduction methods introduce more residual noise and speech distortion. The existing algorithms fail when there are abrupt changes in the noise level. To overcome the shortcomings of the conventional methods, improved noise tracking algorithm is proposed in this paper for speech enhancement. The noise signal is estimated for the existing and the proposed methods. Results are simulated using LabView. This report shows how to recognize and enhance the speech using filters in lab view. Predictable noise reduction methods initiate more enduring noise and speech alteration. The existing algorithms not succeed when there are sudden changes in the noise level. To overcome the shortcomings of the unadventurous methods, enhanced noise tracking algorithm is future in this paper for speech enhancement. The noise signal is estimated for the accessible and the future methods. Calculate the SNR (signal to noise ratio) value of input signal, input signal plus added noise and filtered signal in order to measure the improved SNR value. By using filters we will get the enhanced speech signal with reduced noise. The aim speaker, and the signal-to noise ratio (SNR) specifically to switch definite speakers, noise types and SNRs, are competent of achieving hefty improvement in estimated speech quality (SQ) and speech clearness. A noisy sound of an untrained speech is processed finally; we compare the proposed algorithm with different speech enhancement algorithms. The contribution of all components of the proposed algorithm was analyzed signifying their collective importance.
Phyto constituents: An analysis of cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) leaf extracts published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.K. DHANALAXMI AND JYOTIV.VASTRAD Leaf of cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) commonly known as cinnamon or ceylon cinnamon was collected and extracted in 50ml of solvent i.e., ethanol, methanol and aqueous, respectively. Yield of all the supernatents were measured and preliminary test for the presence of phytochemicals such as alkaloids, flavonoids, saponin, terpenoids, phenolic acid and tannins was carried out. Total phenols of all the extracts was estimated using Folic-Ciocaltue reagent with gallic acid as the reference standard. Study revealed that aqueous extracts produced more yield and high total phenols than methanol followed by ethanol. However, the phytochemical screening indicated the presence of all the phenolic compounds in leaf extracts. The extracts can further be utilized for antimicrobial activity that can later fetch utility as ecofriendly finishes.
Reverse Osmosis: A Source to Zero Discharge of Effluent in Waste Water Treatment published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. N. N. Bandela, M. G. Babrekar, Dr. I. B. Ghorade The present study investigated the potential of the selected bacterium, a natural Bacillus Subtilis isolated from the soil which was found to be more useful in degrading the Dimethylformamide (DMF) based effluent generated in pharmaceuticals industries. On the assessment of physico-chemical parameters like pH, Turbidity, COD, MLSS and ammonia released during the degradation process. DMF degradation was estimated in the form of reduction in the COD. Continuous increase in turbidity and biomass was also observed during the treatability study. During study it is reported that 70-80% reduction in COD and 7-20% increase in MLSS was recorded, which indicates the degradation of DMF
A Clinical Incidence of Wound Infection in Clean & Potentially Contaminated Surgical Procedures After Use of Only Povidone Iodine (5%) published in

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Dr. Sachin Naik, Dr. Sandesh Gawade, Dr. Rohan Patil Introduction: Surgical-site infection (SSI) represents a major source of morbidity and mortality among surgical patients with skin as a major source of infection. Povidone-iodine (Betadine) is an antiseptic solution which is bactericidal against a large array of pathogens and used for skin preparation since 1955. Materials and Methods: Data collected from 70 patients undergoing clean and potentially contaminated operations.Skin prepared with 5% Povidone-iodine. All age groups undergoing open-access elective procedures without infection at the operative site were included. All the patients were assessed for surgical site infection post-operatively. Culture & antibiotic sensitivity was done. Results: 2 out of 70 patients had surgical site infection. Culture and antibiotic sensitivity was negative. Conclusion: For cutaneous antisepsis, only 5 % Povidone-iodine is best in terms of efficacy, cost or side-effect
Happiness in Interferon-beta-1a (Rebif) Treated Multiple Sclerosis Patients: a European survey published in

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Yoram Barak, Karol Jastrzebski, Vesna Brinar, Csilla Rozsa, Anat Achiron Objective: Happy persons are healthier and demonstrate enhanced immune function. Multiple sclerosis (MS) adversely affects wellbeing and happiness. Increasing happiness in MS patients may promote immunity and adherence. We compared happiness and personal growth between MS patients and healthy volunteers across different countries in Europe. Methods: The Satisfaction with Life Scale (SLS; reflecting happiness) and the Personal Growth Initiative Scale (PGIS) were endorsed by RRMS patients and matched healthy subjects. All patients had been treated for at least 6 months with Rebif. Results: In all, 302 participants were enrolled; 188 MS patients from Israel, Hungary, Croatia, Poland and the Czech Republic were enrolled with 114 healthy controls. Mean patients' age was 45 + 0.3 and 45.2 + 0.4 years for controls. Female to male ratio was 2:1 in both groups. Mean disease duration was 6.9 + 5.4 years. Mean EDSS score was 2.5 + 2.3. Patients were treated with Rebif for a mean of 3.2 + 2.4 years. Happiness and personal growth scores were similar for MS patients and controls. Only in the Czech Republic happiness and personal growth were lower in MS patients. In all countries, Rebif treated patients had a mean happiness score higher than "neutral." There were no significant differences in happiness scores between countries. Personal growth differed significantly between countries. Conclusion: Happiness scores were similar between MS patients and controls across five European countries. Early treatment may enable patients to achieve a sense of control over the disease process reflected in these positive psychology variables. Significant Outcomes: happiness levels were assessed in MS patients across 5 countries in Europe for the first time. Treated MS patients can have highly significant satisfaction with life. Personal growth may be more sensitive to cultural and sociodemographic influences. Limitations: sample size in each country is modest, all patients were treated by a single drug and religious, health beliefs and other sociocultural issues were not investigated. `
Formulating The Research Problem: A Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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Bioscaffold Augmentation of the Alveolar Bone: A Pilot Study in the Rabbit to Define the Protocol published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
King S1*, Klineberg I2, Deshpande S3, Brennan-Speranza TC4, Johansson C5, Voss K6 Purpose: The current study aims to establish, for the first time, a model to determine the surgical and tissue processing protocols for testing the use of a synthetic bone graft material to augment the contour and volume of the reduced alveolar ridge. Materials and Methods: ?-tricalcium phosphate grafts (Vitoss), 6mm width x 3mm height x10mm length, were placed directly onto decorticated cortical bone on the lateral aspect of the left maxillary diastema of New Zealand white rabbits (n=6). The graft was secured to the underlying bone using an 8mm x 1.4mm titanium screw, covered with a resorbable collagen membrane and the surgical site closed. Tissue blocks were harvested at 3 weeks and 6 weeks. Two non-decalcified sections were scanned using micro tomographic imaging. Four sections were embedded in resin, stained with Pyronin-G and evaluated histologically. Graft vascularisation was examined on one decalcified frozen section labelled with anti-CD31 monoclonal antibody. Results: All six sites healed well. The micro-CT analysis demonstrated maintenance of the graft height around the central screw. Histological evaluation and anit-CD31 labelling demonstrated woven bone formation and vascular and cellular infiltration within the grafted region. Quantitative analysis demonstrated increased new bone formation at the second time point (0.77 0.42) compared with the first time point (0.48 0.48). Conclusion: The study concluded that the model was appropriate for testing the use of a synthetic bone graft material for augmentation of a reduced alveolar ridge. The qualitative and quantitative analyses demonstrated evidence of colonisation of the graft by bone forming cells.
Effect of different insecticides in the control of mango nut weevil (Sternochaetus mangiferae F.) published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A. RAMA KRISHNA RAO Among the insecticides tested against nut weevil, carbaryl was effective in reducing the nut weevil infestation followed by endosulfan and malathion. Two applications of insecticides given at the time of flowering and marble size fruit stage were equally effective as in three sprays given at flowering marble size, fruit stage and advanced fruit development stage.
THE EFFECT OF SOIL MOISTURE CONTENT ON THE ENERGY REQUIREMENT AND FUEL CONSUMPTION OF THE MACHINERY UNIT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Hussain A. Jebur*, Yasir A. A. Alsayyah The field experiment was conducted in one of college of agricultural fields – university of Baghdad – Abu ghraib for 2016 in a silty clay loam soil study power and fuel consumption requirement s , two types of tractors and three types of plows were used as a machinery unit , this study design by a spilt plot under randomize complete block design with three replicates and tasted by the average less significant different with level of probability ( 0.05 ) , the main factor was use two level of soil moisture content ( 18 – 20 % ) and ( 14 – 16 % ) , the secondary factor was use three type of plow ( moldboard , chisel and sweep ) , The research includes the study of fuel consumption ( L/ hr ) , specific fuel consumption ( L/hr.hp ) , drawbar pull ( kn ) and specific energy ( hp/m 3 ) . The results showed that the soil moisture content ( 14 – 16 % ) having less fuel consumption ( 8.36 L/hr ) and less specific fuel consumption ( 0.221 L/hr. hp ) and less drawbar pull ( 8.99 kn ) and less specific energy ( 1.027 hp/m 3 ) , the sweep plow having a less fuel consumption ( 8.75 L/hr ) and less specific fuel consumption ( 0.233 L/hr.hp ) and less drawbar pull ( 9.07 kn ) and less specific energy ( 0.887 hp/m 3 ) , the interaction between the soil moisture content ( 14 – 16 % ) and sweep plow having a less fuel consumption ( 7.11 L/hr ) and less specific fuel consumption ( 0.186 L/hr.hp ) and less drawbar pull ( 7.9 kn ) and less specific energy ( 0.8 44 hp/m 3 ) .
Short time current withstand strength of earth electrodes-experiences with testing published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Maheswara Rao N, Vasudevamurthy B R, Swaraj Kumar Das and Raghavaiah B V Most short circuit generators have static excitation systems to supply field current to the rotor circuit. All synchronous alternators suffer a reduction in the terminal voltage due to high armature reaction which is a result of the extremely high magnitude short-circuit currents. The reduction in terminal voltage will lead to a corresponding reduction in the stator current magnitude. The short-circuit generators are expected to maintain a constant magnitude of current for specified duration to complete the tests as per corresponding standards. Hence the short-circuit generators invariably make use of super-excitation to maintain the required magnitude of short-circuit currents for specified duration. During circuit breaker testing, it is required to maintain the recovery voltage at pre-fault levels. This requires significant over excitation of the machine. This paper presents a brief review of the methodology and algorithm of super-excitation schemesadopted in short circuit testing along with actual data recorded at the High Power Laboratory at CPRI, Bangalore.
A REVIEW: SOLID DISPERSION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Naveen Dutt Dixit*, Suneel Kumar Niranjan The solubility issues complicating the delivery of these new drugs also affect the delivery of many existing drugs. The various techniques are available for enhancement of solubility. Solid dispersion is one of the most promising approaches for solubility enhancement . Currently only 8% of new drug candidates have both high solubility and permeability. More than 60% of potential drug products suffer from poor water solubility. In solid dispersion particle size of drug is reduced or a crystalline pure drug is converted into amorphous form and hence the solubility of drug is increased. Polymers incorporated in solid dispersion technologies are usually hydrophilic in nature and also showing compatibility with the drug to enhance the drug solubility. The present article reviews the basic concept about solid dispersion, various types of solid dispersion, criteria of solvent selection, the methods of preparation, characterization, their advantages, limitations, applications, future prospect and various types of marketed preparations.
Albedo Pattern Over Rice Field in Lower Gangetic Plains of West Bengal During Kharif and Boro Seasons published in

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Saon Banerjee, Partha Dutta In the field of agriculture, the knowledge of albedo is very much essential for crop-growth monitoring purposes including bio-geoengineering. As limited work has been conducted on albedo pattern over crop surfaces, the present research work aims to study the albedo pattern over paddy field. The field experimentation was conducted in Nadia District, West Bengal. The albedo was measured using pyranometer over rice field throughout the gowing seasons of Kharif (wetseason) and Boro (summer) seasons. Air temperature and crop canopy temperature were measured simultaneously. It is found from the study that albedo ranges in between 11-23% during Kharif season. Higher albedo value has been observed over Boro rice field compared to Kharif rice field. The albedo value of bare soil is 17%, whereas the albedo is more than 20% over mature rice field, contributing cooling effect. The relationship among CT, AT and Albedo is also worked out.
A Survey on EM Pollution Caused by Indian Youth in the Age Group of 17 to 22 Years published in

International Journal of Electronics & Communication Technology

Published by Cosmic Journals
Prince Verma, Tanvir Singh, Amit Kumar Cell phone use is increasing day by day. People are using them without knowing their health hazards. Cell phones radiate whole day when it is ON. One should be aware about the risks of mobile phones. In this paper, we have presented a survey report pertaining Electromagnetic (EM) Pollution caused by Indian Youth in the age group of 17 to 22 Years.
INCIDENCE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF CARDIAC MURMURS IN ASYMPTOMATIC FULL TERM NEONATES published in

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Dr. Nivedita Patil,Dr. Rohit Kalani,Dr. Shankar Rai Aim & Objectives: To determine the incidence of cardiac murmurs in asymptomatic full term neonates, assess the accuracy of Chest X-ray (CXR), Electrocardiography (ECG) and Echocardiography (ECHO) in diagnosing presence of SHL. Methods: Each neonate was subjected for CXR, ECG & ECHO. Result: Incidence of SHL 22.1 per 1000 live births. Out of 62 neonates who had audible murmur, 44 cases (70.1%) had SHL confirmed on ECHO. CXR and ECG aided diagnosis in 14(31.8%) and 5(11.36%) cases, with sensitivity and specificity of 31.82% and 44.4%, 11.36% and 66.6% respectively. ECHO revealed Ventricular septal defect (VSD) being most common SHL in 19 cases (30.6%), Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) in 9 (14.5%) and Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) in 6 (9.67%). Conclusion: The possibility of finding a SHL in asymptomatic term neonates with a murmur is statistically significant; CXR and ECG examinations are of limited value.
A Empirical Study on Customer Awareness, Satisfaction and Media Influence Among the Life Insurers of Coimbatore published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR. M.S.RANJITH KUMAR,Mr. S. MOHAN,Mr. C.KARTHICK Life insurance is a must for the bread earner of the family, who has dependents. In case of an uncertain death of the bread earner it pays a lump sum amount to the nominee of the life insurance policy, so that the family can continue with the same standard of living even after losing him. Basically we can say life insurance covers the risk of death. Life insurance Policy is a contract between insured and the life insurance company (Insurer) for the specified period of time (term) to protect your family against financial risk of your life to the extent of the life coverage (sum assured) by paying a cost (premium) to the life insurance company. Life insurance is what that protects your family in your absence. Life insurance policies provide a certain amount of money to your family in case something happens to you. These come as a great financial relief during the hour of needs. There are a number of insurance companies in India that offer life insurance policies to its customers.
Osteoporosis in Female Athletes published in

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Srinivas Pentyala1,2*,Pooja Mysore1,Sahana Pentyala1,Aleef Rahman1,Kyle Urbanczyk1,Thomas Tumillo1, Sardar Khan2 Osteoporosis afflicts millions of women worldwide, but is especially prevalent among female athletes. The stress of intense workouts places these female athletes at a greater risk than the general female population. Absence or suppression of menstruation in female athletes leads to a low peak bone mass and subsequently to the weakening of their bones. This domino effect, coupled with their participation in physical activities, greatly amplifies their susceptibility to stress fractures. Although intense workouts cannot be removed from the regimen of female athletes, increased awareness may prevent or lessen the effects of osteoporosis. Enlightening female athletes on the importance of screening and the methods of diagnosing and treating this condition is the focus of this review.
The Scaling Theory of Will Management; An Approach to Predict the Behavioural Dynamism of Human Relationships published in

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Prince.TC Man is a home of mysteries and thus, his mind constantly embattles with two notions-on the one end is objectives (interests) and on the other end is an objective accomplishment. I therefore put across your concern three propositions of objectives (objectives for retention, objectives for recognition and objectives for reservation) and their strategic combinations. My classification of objectives based on survival, growth and domination of people through an economic perspective. Since means for accomplishing objectives are limited, there are indeed chances for interests -cantered clashes among people and therefore, the nature of relationships among people (association and dissociation) will be determined by objectives and their accomplishments. The interest is the fundamental element, which on the one hand associates the people and on the other hand, dissociates the people. For the attainment of our objectives, it is imperative to have in place WILL and I am thus, using this acronym (WILL) to denote that Whole Intelligence Lays in Logic with respect to an objective for the immediate accomplishment . An objective and its accomplishment are the two factors, which can be decided the very nature of inter personal relations of human beings in different social contexts and thus, the very inter-play of these forces may connect or disconnect human relations in two ways that Associative drive and Dissociative drive. The Scaling Theory of WILL Management is my attempt to classify people in to three stages such as Weak WILL Management, Passive WILL Management and Active WILL management, on the basis of different WILL Power and objectives combinations. Thus, each stage of WILL Management consists of a combination of different objectives (Retention, Recognition and Reservation), and ratio of usage of WILL Power (percentage) for each objective in three stages. It further helps us figuring out the mechanical strive of people for using WILL Power in different stages and their subsequent behavioural dynamisms, which either polarise towards objective wise or polarise towards objective accomplishment wise. As for human resource practitioners, this theory helps them to have a clear cut idea about the behavioural dynamisms of people in different social contexts and moreover, helps them (Human Resource Practitioners) to soften the conflicting tendencies among people through identifying their common objectives and means of attainment of the same.
PERAN LEMBAGA PENDIDIKAN DALAM PEMBERANTASAN TINDAK PIDANA KORUPSI DI INDONESIA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ridwan Corruption act in Indonesia is a very serious crime and has serious consequences for the nation of Indonesia, and the most disadvantaged are the people, welfare of the people is the desire of every person difficult to realize, while eradication is very slow. Combating corruption is a very important part in saving the nation from the threat of destruction is therefore a serious effort is needed in its eradication. Educational institutions have an important role for the eradication of corruption in Indonesia, because of the higher education institutions by law forming the character of each person for anti-corruption can be done, for it's efforts to improve the science of divinity to be very important, so the morality of everyone, including law enforcement becomes an important part in real life can be maintained, the science of religion without science is incomplete. Key words: corruption, moral, education, divinity
The Great Escape From Indias Malnutrition Enigma Among High Risk Tribal of Melghat (India) published in

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Balu Mote, Geeta Deshmukh, Ashish Satav Objective of study: To identify the predictors of maternal, child and household sanitation environmental for status of well-nourished child among tribal of Melghat (India) Design: Quantitative cross sectional study using questionnaire of maternal, child and household sanitation-environmental practices. Setting: Ten villages from the Dharani block of Melghat (India). Subject: Fifty one mother of malnourished and fifty one mother of well-nourished child Result: Among maternal factors availability of social support in pregnancy (p<0.05), ANC visit more than two (p<0.05) and education received during pregnancy (p<0.05) associated with well-nourished child. Among child related predictors, Birth weight (p<0.005), active feeding to child (p<0.005), psychosocial care (p<0.05) and interaction between family members and child (p<0.05) found related to well-nourished status of child. Among household sanitation-environmental factors, presence of Hygienic practices (p<0.001), animal entry in house (p<0.05), protected source of water (p<0.05) and location of kitchen (p<0.05) found associated with health status of child. After incorporating all these significant factors in a logit model then, One maternal factor; ANC visit with (p<0.05), two from child related predictors birth weight with (p<0.005) and active feeding with (p<0.05) and one from household sanitation environmental factors - protected source of water with (p<0.05) found significant predictors for well-nourished health status of child. Conclusion: Eventually it is active feeding to child, birth weight (more than 2500Kg), at least two ANC visit in pregnancy, education received in pregnancy (alert mother) and availability of protected source of water found lend a hand for making escape of child from high risk malnourished environment of tribal part of Melghat (India).
A PRE - FLOW PUSH ALGORITHM TO GENERALIZED MAXIMUM FLOW PROBLEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
to Kinsley *, B. Uma Maheswari This work presents an algorithm for the generalized maximum flow problem. First, we describe the traditional maximum flow problem. Pre - flow Push algorithms work in a more localized manner than the Ford - Fulkerson method. These algorithms maintain at all sta ges a feasible pre - flow that has a saturated cut. The pre - flow is changed step by step until it does satisfy flow conservation. The resulting flow then has a saturated cut so is a maximum flow. In generalized networks, each arc has a positive multiplier  ( u , v ) called a gain factor, associated with it, representing the fraction of flow that remains when it is sent along that arc. The generalized maximum flow problem is identical to the traditional maximum flow problem, except that it can also model network with “leak” flow
Evaluation of Employee Satisfaction at Punjab National Bank published in

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Shikha Patheja Employee satisfaction is supremely important in an organization because it is what productivity depends on. If your employees are satisfied they would produce superior quality performance in optimal time and lead to growing profits. Satisfied employees are also more likely to be creative and innovative and come up with breakthroughs that allows a company to grow and change positively with time and changing market conditions. This research paper will try to make a survey on employee satisfaction at PNB. Various factors have been taken on which the whole study is has been done. I have taken sample size of 300, whereby 150 employees from managerial staff and 150 employees from non- managerial staff. On the basis of their responses the results has been shown. Mean has also calculated so that indepth study of each factor can be done.
Process standardization for rice bran stabilization and its' nutritive value published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
T. B. BAGCHI, 1T. ADAK AND 2 K. CHATTOPADHYAY Considering the nutritional importance of rice bran (RB), a study was undertaken to observe the effect of various treatments on stability of RB and to identify the method which would safely preserve the bran for at least six months. The RB samples from the organically grown aromatic rice cultivar Ketakijoha were processed immediately after milling for stabilization. The rice bran samples were subjected to eight treatments including hot air oven heating, micro wave heating and ethanol to study their effect on RB stability. Different parameters including rancidity of rice bran oil and its' nutritive values were determined on zero, 30 days and 180 days of storage at room temperature (32C) after applying these treatments. Near Infra Red spectrometer was used to determine crude fiber and ash content. Micro wave heating (900W) for 2.5 min was found to be best among the treatments as it provided higher stability in respect of antioxidant activity, -oryzanol, crude oil and total protein content. The rancidity indicators like free fatty acids accumulation, peroxide value, moisture content and pH value changed only marginally during the storage period. The ash and crude fiber content of rice bran remained nearly constant in the treated samples whereas the control sample became completely rancid, discoloured with formation of clumps and emitted unpleasant odour which increased during the study period.
TUNTUTAN DWANGSOM DALAM SENGKETA PEMILIKAN TANAH(Studi Terhadap Permohonan Kasasi yang Dikabulkan pada Putusan Mahkamah Agung No. 1429K/Pdt/2006) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sanyoto, Ziad, Antonius Sidik Maryono, dan Desy Perdani Yuris Plaintiff that feels disadvantage because the rights impinged in the rule of procedure of civil law he or she can file a main claim by accompanied with addition claim. One of addition claim which can be asked plaintiff is to be sued punished to pray force money (dwangsom) every day to the negligence fulfilling justice decision. Rule of dwangsom there is in section 606 RV which in practice jurisdiction still applying where dwangsom is pressure tool which psychologically the side of sued to be defeated soon will fulfill main punishment in content of judge decision having the character of condemnatory which is not punishment of payment of money but in the form or real execution or realization as soon as possible. In decision of Mahkamah Agung No 1429 K/Pdt/2006 Plaintiff bringing a lawsuit to the court on the basis of property to land mastered by opponent is againts the law which the main claim is she or he expressed as valid owner to dispute object and express deed is sued has done deed to fight against law that is mastering disputed site without legal right and surrender claim of land with a width of 744 m2 any unconditional and force money (dwangswom) equal to 100.000, per day since decision obtains permanent legal force. Initially in first level of court (P.N. MALANG) Plaintiff claim is refused, then plaintiff submits effort of appeal law to P.T. Surabaya. On the basis of the matter is plaintiff applies cassation to Mahkamah Agung and granted because subordinate court has wrong applies law. Key word: dwangsom, final punishment, mahkamah agung
Customer Satisfaction Towards Credit Card Services A Study With Special Reference to Chennai Metro published in

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R. Kabaleeswaran, Dr . M. Selvachandra A study of customer satisfaction is an important aspect in a marketing research. Generally customers go for a product or service by considering various factors, but all the criteria related to the product may not give satisfaction to the customer or the level of satisfaction of the customer may vary from factor to factor. The study used primary data for analysis, data was collected from 600 respondents in Chennai city through a well structured questionnaire. The study used simple percentage and ANOVA for analysis. The study framed three appropriate hypotheses and tested subsequently. The study analyzed whether there is any significant difference between select demographical variables and level of satisfaction of the respondents on various factors. The study identified that majority of the respondents were male, a considerable number of respondents belonged to the age group of 31 to 40 years and a considerable number of respondents belonged to professional education. The study identified that there were significant difference between the demographical variables and most of the selected factors of satisfaction.
INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS OF MULTILAYER OUTER BRICK WALLS WITH TILE EFFICIENT INSULATION IN MASS LOW BUDGET HOUSING CONSTRUCTION IN RUSSIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gagik Sergeevich Ogandzhanyan; David Gagikovich Ogandzhanyan The article summarizes the main structural problems of multi-layer outer brick-clad walls with efficient insulation in low budget low, high-rise residential buildings in Russia, provides rationalization for developing scientific and technological basis for production of innovative composite wall foamthermoblock systems and using them when constructing multilayer outer walls. Rigid polyurethane foam, being used as high performance insulation material as well as material to form blocks, allows to make long-life building facades with the modest thicknesses and weigh with high thermotechnical, insulating and strength characteristics.
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF GO - KART CHASSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D.Raghunandan *, A.Pandiyan, Shajin Majeed A Go - Kart is a small four wheeled vehicles without suspension or differential. It is a light powered vehicle which is generally used for racing. This paper is aimed to model and perform the dynamic analysis of the go - kart chassis which is of constructed with circular beams. Modelling and analysis are performed in SOLIDWORKS and ANSYS respectively. The go - kart chassis is different from ordinary car chassis. The chassis is designed in such a way that it requires less materials and ability to withstand loads applied on it. Strength and light weight are the basic consideration for choosing the chassis material. AISI 1018 is the suitable material to be used for the go - kart chassis which is a medium carbon steel having hig h tensile strength, high machinability and offers good balance of toughness and ductility.
SPINAL OLIGOASTROCYTOMA published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Peer Asad Aziz, Riaz.A.Raja , Syed Khizr Naim, Noor-ul-ain Qureshi, Sanaullah Pathan, Ali Abbas. This case was reported at Department of Neurosurgery, LUMHS Jamshoro, A 12 year old male patient who admitted to neurosurgery department through OPD with complains of pain in mid back for 2 years ,loss of urinary and fecal control for last 7 months ,weakness of lower limbs for last 6months and unablity to walk since last 2 months . Patient had pain in dorsolumbar region for last 2yrs which was on and off , severe in intensity , nocturnal relieved by injectable medications ,with passage of time initially he suffered from overflow incontinence followed by frank incontined=ce and developed weakness of both lower limbs which progressed from distal to proximal ,it was painless and caused patient to fell down after few steps ,then after short duration of time pt became bedridden ,on examining he had decreased power in upper limbs and had power against resitance i.e. 4/5 , griping was also weak otherwise reflexes ,tone and other findings in upper limb were normal , in both lower limb he had muscular atrophy with flaccidity , reflexes were absent ,fasciculation was negative ,power was 0/5 in both lower limbs , plantars were non responsive ,he had decreased anal tone with loss of bladder control he had anesthesia below D6 level and had kyphotic deformity and tenderness over mid back rest of CNS examination was normal . Patient was investigated and Mri of spine showed A Space occupying lesion extending from cervical to lumbar region with intra medullary presence in axial scans and.so patient underwent D9 to L1 lamenectomy with myleotomy an tumor was gross totally excised . Intraoperatively the tumor was reddish colored,with jelly like thread seen below tumor leve it was adhering spinal cord seprated and removed in piece meal .histopathology revieled oligoastrocytoma spine. Spinal oligoastrocytoma are mixed glial cells having both astrocytic and oligodendroglial components and is one of most rare of spinal cord patholiges .to date only 7 cases were reported in English literature. Such tumors occur in early adolescent and young adults till middle ages 40’s, but they can however occur in children and are very difficult to identify from astrocytomas on radiological imaging .ZHUO described one in may ‘2016 as primary spinal oligoasrocytoma in craniofacial journal. Shinztu described another in 2004 according to him these are one extremely rare conditions to occur and only few cases are reported he reported it 43 yr old and showed that disease had genetic involvement with chromosome 1p & 19q ,those with such associations have better survival ,and in that report patient further went for radiotherapy . Guo JH described primary spinal cord anaplastic oligoastrocytoma in spinal journal in feb’2016 in paraplegic patient .according to him it is rare lesion he reported it in 10 yr old girl and her mri showed intramedullary mass from c5 to d5 with syringobulbia and syringomyleia, genetic analysis showed 1p and 19q association and not 10 q association . Conclusion: To our best of knowledge it is one of extremely rare condition and only 7 cases are reported in past . This case report is to add on knowledge about spinal oligoastrocytoma to occur among children with their unique presentation and large spinal involvement from cervical to lumbar region.
IOAIS: A NEW ACCOUNTING MODEL FOR KNOWLEDGE CREATION AND VALUE RECOGNITION published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

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Ahmed Ali Mohammad, Lina Hani Warad This paper adopts a holistic business approach to investigate the avaliability and value contributions of interorganizational accounting information systems (IOAIS). As prior researches have long been interested in investigating the operational contributions of AIS. This paper move a way from the operational contributions towards a more organic approach. The paper establishes a dynamic matrix with key value contribution parameters. Those parameters are: optimization of cost structure, quality improvment, growth of revenues, and customer satisfaction. The proposed matrix is demonostrated with practical analysis. An empirical survey using 19?item questionnaire has been used to acheive this objective. Qualitative and quantitative statistical methods are utilized to analyse the survey data. This paper contributes to business literature and has many practical implications. The survey results suggest key pillars for existance of IOAIS. Major outcomes of the analysis include that value contribution may vary according to IT infrastructure, information resources available, and organizational culture. The overall results show that IOAIS have value contributions measured according to factor ANOVA. Such results are expected to assist companies to better analyze and adapt AIS design to leverage its value and returns.
A study of role of children in family purchase decision published in

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Bhavsar Tushar M, Dr. Snehal Maheshkar Children have long been acknowledged as playing an important role within family purchase decisions, with their ability to directly and indirectly influence decisions. Children constitute a significant marketing zone as the world fits to children and this has led to consideration from marketing point of view and companies are using this segment as trump card for profit maximization. Children today have a more important place in the society than their parents ever had. They not only are consumers but have a considerable influence may be direct or indirect influence in the family purchase decisions. The influencer role does children exhibit over purchase decisions in family along with the nagging effect that they have on their parents is increasing day by day. The existing literature has confessed that children have an influence on parents buying decisions for a wide range of products. This study is based on survey approach and aims to examine the role of children in family purchase decisions. A sample of 150 parents was studied. The findings of this research show that there is important role of child in purchasing decision of product in family. Results of the study mostly supported the findings of previous researchers
COLLEGE RECORD ANALYSIS AND MONITORING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
AbhangKajal Dilip , RodeArati Kachar , Bhor Poonam Vilas , Mr. Jadhav V.V. This section introduces Department Data Management System. This project focus on the maintenance and manipulation of college dat a in sorted way i.e. department - wise. So one can easily m aintain and get all information of a particular department of a college.
Effect of different nutrient sources on the production of plant growth regulators (PGRs) by fluorescent Pseudomonas species published in

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Shweta Sharma, Mohinder Kaur Plant growth regulators are important secondary metabolites produced by fluorescent Pseudomonas sp. such as auxins, gibberellic acid and cytokinins which play significant role in increasing the root surface and length that help in plant growth promotion and development. Two strains of fluorescent Pseudomonas sp. An-1- kul and An-13-kul were found to produced plant hormone i.e. auxins, gibberellins and cytokinins. The plant hormone production was further evaluated by using different media (succinate, Kings B, nutrient, peptone water and trypticase soya broth) and nutrient sources i.e. carbon (Sucrose, D-Glucose, Meso-ionositol) and nitrogen sources (L-tryptophan). In the studies it was found that nutrient broth was best among all the media used for plant hormone production and media amended with tryptophan was found best for auxins production and D-glucose was found best for production of gibberellins and cytokinins.
Indian Feminist Theatre: aesthetics published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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N.Victor David Dinakaran, E. Vara Prasad This paper throws lighton number of Indian feminist plays both by men and women that were written and performed in the last century and early years in this century. The paper focuses specifically on Indian theatre because of its long established theatre tradition that goes back to 1st century B.C. Ironically in such a country there were hardly any women dramatist to speak of before 19th century. At the core, the belief of a Feminist theatre is in the efficacy of theatre as a tool for conscientization, for critiquing social disparities and for self exploration and expression. Feminist theatre is a source of empowerment; it enables women to speak out. It is at the intersection of art, activism and social relevance and sees theatre as an instrument of real change in womens lives. It is an exploration of womens own unique idiom, their own form, their language and ways of communication. It is a challenge to the established notions of theatre.
Nagarjun Ke Upanyaso Me Vyakt Sanskrutik Bodh ukxktqZu ds miU;klksa esa O;Dr lkaLd`frd cks/k published in

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Convergence of the Generalized Homotopy Perturbation Method for Solving Fractional Order Integro-Differential Equations published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Sameer Qasim Hasan* Ali Adnan Abdul Sahib** In this paper,the homtopy perturbation method (HPM) was applied to obtain the approximate solutions of the fractional order integro-differential equations . The fractional order derivatives and fractional order integral are described in the Caputo and Riemann-Liouville sense respectively. We can easily obtain the solution from convergent the infinite series of HPM . A theorem for convergence and error estimates of the HPM for solving fractional order integro-differential equations was given. Moreover, numerical results show that our theoretical analysis are accurate and the HPM can be considered as a powerful method for solving fractional order integro-diffrential equations.
Creativity and Innovation for Women Empowerment in Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Yabrifa Bumein and Dr. Comfort E. Mbachu Self empowerment through creativity and innovation has been one of the major outcries of late and most recently. The need to empower women through educational programmes and skills acquisition in this 21st century is highly critical and can never be over emphasized. Women empowerment enhances womens capacity to influence and participate in taking decisions which directly or indirectly affect their lives and their total wellbeing. Invariably, for women to contribute and enhance their self-worth, family and the society at large, they need to be very creative and innovative in practical terms. Being creative and innovative entails exploring better ways of empowering women with skills and educational programmes for sustainable development. This paper therefore looks into the concept of creativity, innovation and empowerment. It discusses onthe efforts So far made in empowering Nigerian women with educational programmes and skills. It equally looks into the benefits of empowering Nigerian women with functional education programmes and skills. It as well discusses on the strategies to empower women with functional education programmes and skills. It also looks into the challenges of empowering Nigerian women with functional education programmes and skills. The paper concludes with recommendations on women empowerment through functional education programmes and skills acquisition.
Ocular manifestations of head injury a clinical study published in

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Dr. Pradeep. Pakalapati, Dr. Azeemunnisa Mohamad, Dr. Talluri Sritej OBJECTIVE: Primary objective: To describe various ocular manifestations in selected patients with craniocerebral injuries. Secondary objective: To find out if any relationship exists between different ocular manifestations in regard to nature and severity of injury. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Hospital based prospective study comprised of 106 patients of 2 years duration Participants of the studyo inpatients of the ophthalmology and surgery and neurosurgery wards o out patients from the ophthalmology, surgery, neurosurgery and casualty departments RESULTS: Among 106 patients only 18 patients were female ( 16.98 %) and rest 88 were males ( 83.02 %). The age of the patients in study ranges from 3 years to 69 years. Majority of the cases belonged to 21 to 30 years followed by 31 to 40 years. Among the various causes of head trauma, road traffic accident (RTA) was found to be the commonest cause (66.98%) followed by Assault (16.98% ). From the road traffic accidents majority were associated with two wheeler accidents followed by four wheelers and pedestrians. CONCLUSION: soft tissue injuries to globe and adnexa are most common ocular manifestations in craniocerebral injuries. Neuroophthalmic manifestations were less commonly found. Bony injury to the orbit was even less commonly found.
Oxidative Kinetics of Chalcones by Chloramine-T published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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S. Parimala Vaijayanthi* and N. Mathiyalagan The kinetic study of oxidation of chalcones by chloramine-T (sodium N-chloro paratoluenesulphonamide , CAT) has been studied in aqueous acetic acid in the presence of perchloric acid. The products of oxidation are the corresponding substituted benzoic acid and phenyl acetaldehyde. The reaction is carried out under pseudofirst order condition. The reaction is first order with respect to [CAT]. The order with respect to [chalcones] is zero. The decrease in dielectric constant of the medium increases the rate of the reaction. The effect of various parameters like HClO4, NaCl, and NaClO4 and ptoluenesulphonamide is also studied. By studying the effect of temperature on the reaction rate, the Arrhenius and thermodynamic activation parameters have been calculated. A mechanism consistent with observed kinetics is proposed.
A STUDY OF MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN PATIENTS OF TYPE-2 DIABETES MELLITUS published in

Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology

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Yogendra Raj Singh, Shilpi Verma, Dushyant Agrawal, Brijendra Singh, Ashutosh Bhardwaj, Gitika Arya Aim: To study the effect of magnesium supplementation on glycemic control in diabetic patients. Material and Methods: Total of 120 patients of diabetes mellitus type-2 (Group I- 60 patients with oral Magnesium & Group II- 60 without Magnesium supplementation) were investigated for Fasting Blood Sugar, Serum Magnesium, at various visits to OPD. Measured data was analyzed statistically. Observations & Result: Mean Baseline value for fasting blood glucose was 144.320.94 and after treatment values at 16 weeks 128.930.75 was observed in Group I patients. In Group II; fasting blood glucose was 145.201.12 and after treatment values at 16 weeks 134.180.94. Conclusion: This difference between before and after treatment was considered highly significant in group I patients than Group II patients. This suggested magnesium supplementation helps in glycemic control.
Racism,Identity Crisis and Compulsion to Speak: Emergence of Afro-American Writers published in

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Dr. Ousephachan K. V. The Blacks in America who had been suffering racial discrimination for more than four hundred years were legally free from the middle of the nineteenth century. But this period had so many ands, ifs and buts that one cannot accept it as freedom at all. One has to see it as legal fiction .The Blacks in America have been exploited and oppressed racially, culturally, socially, economically and politically. Their culture has been ruined, their languages have been extinguished and they have been ruthlessly confined to subhuman conditions of life for about four centuries. They were completely stripped off their heritage and history, all on account of racial difference.In course of time, many Black writers emerged to defend their race, protest against racial discrimination and glorify their culture and tradition.
Beti Bachao and Beti Padhao(Save the Girl Child and Educate Her) (A Geographical Analysis of Child Sex Ratio of Haryana) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Naveen Kumar BetiBachao and BetiPdhao(save the girl child and educate her) programmeincluded more than 50 percent districts of the Haryana.In this paper an attempt has been made to analysis geographically thechild sex ratio of Haryana using census data 1971- 2011. Most districts have very low child sex ratio and included inBetiBachao and BetiPdhaoParogramme while some districts have comparatively better child sex ratio and not included in programme. On an average child sex ratio showed some improvement from 819 in 2001 to 834 in 2011.But this is far behind than national average (918).
Investigation of natural radioactivity in the soil of Kufa zone , Najaf governorate, Iraq published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Ali Kadhim Ekal The natural radioactivity due to presence of 238U, 232Th and 40K radionuclides in soil of Kufa zone , Najaf governorate, Iraq were measured by using gamma-ray spectrometry NaI(Tl) "3 3". The specific activity of the soil samples ranged from 1.762.30 to 77.452.35 Bqkg-1 with an average of 25.232.94 Bqkg-1, from 7.921.22 to 42.581.75 Bqkg-1 with an average of 20.091.11 Bqkg-1 and from 219.581176 to 1994.1716.15 Bqkg-1 with an average of 984.3011.86 Bqkg-1 for 238U, 232Th and 40K respectively. The study also examined some radiation hazard indices such as radium equivalent activity (Raeq), Absorbed Dose rates (D), External Hazard Index (Hex) and Internal Hazard Index (Hin). These calculated hazard indices to estimate the potential radiological health risk in soil. The radium equivalent activity (Raeq) values found to vary from 67.80 to 285.80 Bqkg-1, with the average value of 129.74 Bqkg-1, which was less than permitted value (370 Bqkg-1). The absorbed dose rates, ranged from 32. 1 to 142.08 nGyh-1, with a average value of 65.17 nGyh-1 that higher than the permissible limit of 55 nGyh-1. The external and internal hazard index of soil samples were less than unity. Keywords: natural radioactivity, gamma ray spectrometry, Soil samples
VERY HIGH HDL CHOLESTEROL LEVELS - BOON OR BANE published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

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Sodani Sadhna, Hawaldar Ranjana A 50 year old patient cam to Sampurna Sodani Diagnostic Clinic, Indore for routine tests including CBC and Lipid profile. CBC was WNL while chol (211 mg/dl), Triglyceride (109 mg/dl) and HDL was unusually high (113 mg/dl). On further investigations and detailed history it was found that he was a farmer, was nonalcoholic, non-diabetic, normotensive, nonsmoker and had not received any medications for reducing his lipids . He had never undergone any blood tests previously. He complained of headache off and on for which a CT scan was performed and which revealed focal area of hypoattenuation in right anterior centrum semiovale, corona radiate and right lentiform nucleus suggestive of recent right MCA territory infarct. High density lipoprotein or HDL is often called the good cholesterol. It has long been accepted that the HDL is more tightly controlled by genetic factors than are the other lipoproteins (ie, LDL, VLDL, intermediate-density lipoprotein [IDL], and chylomicrons). For example, in certain families, especially some families with Japanese ancestry, a genetic deficiency of cholesteryl ester transfer protein (CETP) is associated with strikingly elevated HDL cholesterol levels. However, environmental factors also have a significant impact on HDL levels. Factors that elevate HDL concentrations include chronic alcoholism, treatment with oral estrogen replacement therapy, extensive aerobic exercise, and treatment with niacin, statins, or fibrates. On the other hand, smoking reduces levels of HDL cholesterol, while quitting smoking leads to a rise in the plasma HDL level. Very high levels of HDL cholesterol have been reported to be atherogenic. The mechanism of this paradoxical effect is not entirely clear. Conclusion: While the epidemiology indicates a strong inverse association between HDL-C and CVD risk, at both extremes of HDL-C distribution, genetic conditions that influence HDL metabolism have a far less predictable relationship to atherosclerosis. Ongoing studies of genetic causes of very high HDL-C also promise to provide similarly important insights on the complex relationship between HDL metabolism and atherosclerosis that could lead to new therapies for the treatment of atherosclerotic CVD.
Relationship Between Quality of Insurance Services and Likelihood to Switchinginsurance Companies published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Urban EBJAN, Polona TOMINC Intense competition in the insurance market actively directsinsurance companies to maintaining the existing and attracting new users of insurance services. Users of insurance services may choose between differentiated insurance companies that offer a diverse range of insurance services. This enables users with the experience they have gained by working with the insurance company to decide whether to switch to another insurance company. In this paper we examine the quality of insurance services that users perceive with the existing insurer and its impact on the probability of switching to another insurance company. Based on a sample of 200 Slovenian users, we have found that there are significant differences in the perception of service quality, especially perceived friendliness and professionalism of the employees and the perceived quality of offers of insurance companies among users with high and users with low levels of education. Research has shown that the likelihood of switching to another insurance company is statistically significant and that perceived friendliness and professionalism of employees, perceived quality of offers of insurance companies, and perceived quality of implementation of insurance services, have negative effects on it.
ANALYSIS OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN VEGETABLES IN VIJAYAPUR, KARNATAKA INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
U.S.Pujeri, A.S.Pujar, S.C.Hiremath, K.G.Pujari and M.S.Yadawe* The aim of this study was to investigate pesticide residues in vegetables in Vijayapur market. A study conducted to analyze 40 residues in locally sold vegetables like cauliflower and cabbage. The vegetable samples of cabbage and cauliflower were collected from local market, Vijayapur, Karnataka. For this purpose, a total of 25 samples of each were analyzed by GCMS/MS. Three (12%) out of 25 samples, contained residues of Chlorpyrifos ethyl (MRL value = 0.05, 0.068, 0.093and 0.11mg kg-1 )in cauliflower and two (8%) out of 25 samples, contained residues of Confidor (MRL value = 0.046 and 0.079mg kg-1 )in cabbage above MRL values. In view of their potential toxic and persistent nature, there is a pressing need for their control and monitoring in the environment.
Unbiasedness and Predictive Efficiency of Derivative Markets: Evidence from Indian Equity Future Markets published in

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Rakesh Kumar This research is based on 1982 observations on cash and future equity prices with one month horizon spread over a period from January, 2006 to December, 2013. It seems from the discussions in this chapter that Indian future market bears equilibrating long period relationship with the spot market. As both the series are integrated of same order and cointegrating co-efficient is highly negative significant. However, relationship could not satisfy the criteria of unbiasedness and efficiency (both in short period and long periods) irrespective of the models used (Futures Price, ECM, ARIMA and GARCH-M). But the risk premium is not available in Indian stock market. So far the predictive efficiency of the models used is concerned, future prices turned out to be most effective model and ECM proved to be least useful
"On -Time" Proximity Estimation Using Bluetooth published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mr. C. Balakrishnan, Mr. S. Rajkiran The On-Time communication has become an tremendous implication in the real world scenarios. Moreover the problem of proximity estimation is found to be difficult in a variety of environment. Existing approaches such as Global Positioning System and Wi-Fi triangulations are insufficient to meet the requirements of accuracy and also requires high cost. In this paper, the Bluetooth which is commonly available in all Smartphones are used to find the proximity over a shorter distance and also this paper provides an estimation model to determine the distance based on the Received Signal Strength Indicator values of the Bluetooth. In order to provide a high accuracy in finding the proximity the Values of atmospheric pressure and light sensor data are also collected and used in the RSSI estimation. For every 30sec these values are updated in the cloud server technology and thus the "On Time" proximity estimation between the devices can be determined based on the RSSI values of Bluetooth in different environments with high accuracy and low cost.
STUDENT-CENTERED VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT PROPOSAL published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Juan Silva, Andrea Astudillo, Elio Fernandez Using Information and Communication Technology (ICT), especially in Learning Management Systems (LMS) enable extending teaching beyond the physical boundaries of the classroom. Using LMS could enable designing innovative virtual learning environments (VLE), placing the student in the center of the educational process. For this to happen, VLEs should consider different aspects, primarily a change in methodology from the traditional content and teacher based method to one that is based on e-activities and centered on the student. This article presents a student-centered VLE basing its design on e-activities. It presents the main aspects of the model and its implementation in LMS.
PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF THE IRAQI BETA VULGARIS LEAVES AND ITS CLINICAL APPLICATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF DIFFERENT DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nidhal K. Maraie 1, Thukaa Z. Abdul-Jalil2*, Anas T. Alhamdany 1, and Hassan A. Janabi 3 In view of increasing resistance to existing anti-microbial agents, side effects and sometimes high cost of treatment, interest in medicinal herbs has been progressively increased. Beta vulgaris var.cicla belong to the family Chenopodiaceae locally known in Iraq as salk is ranked among the ten most powerful vegetables with respect to antioxidant capacity, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, and anti-tumor properties. It contains a significant amount of phenolics, catechin hydrate, epica-techin, ferulic, protocatechuic, vanillic, p-coumaric, phydroxybenzoic, caffeic and syringic acids. The plant extract suggested that they might be used as an important natural antioxidant source due to its high levels of phenolics, flavonoids and proline. Beta vulgaris species is an herbaceous biennial leafy vegetable cultivated in many parts of the world for its year round availability, low cost and wide use in many traditional dishes. The leaves can be used in salads or cooked like spinach, and the stems are usually chopped and cooked like celery. Beta vulgaris L. species are used as a popular folk remedy for liver and kidney diseases, for stimulation of the immune and hematopoietic systems, and as a special diet in the treatment of cancer. Literature survey revealed that there was very little research on the health benefit of perpetual Spinach in the world while no study concerned in its flavonoids in Iraq. In this study fresh and dried leaves were extracted using aqueous and methanolic extracts, both extracts were investigated for its phytochemical contents, and it was found that the Iraqi species is rich with flavonoids specially querectin and kaempeferol , in addition to phenolic compounds. From both extracts solutions and ointments were prepared with different concentrations and their clinical effects for the treatment of Acne and psoriasis were evaluated using 360 patients. The clinical study showed that the plant extract gave significant healing effect for the treatment of Acne within two weeks using aqueous solutions prepared from extracts of fresh and dried leaves with more predominant effect for the fresh leaves. And the solution dosage form is better than ointment in the treatment of Acne. Same results obtained for psoriasis but ointment dosage form was much more effective, these results related to the antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of the plant extracts which can be applied clinically for treatment of many topical diseases.
The Problems With Health Insurance Sector in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Suman Devi, Dr. Vazir Singh Nehra The level of health care spending in India currently is considerably higher and more than three-quarters of this spending includes private out-of-pocket expenses. Despite such a high share of expenditure by individuals, the provision of health care, that is inadequate in terms of quality and access, is becoming more and more problematic. This highlights the need for alternative source of financing health care cost that may be health insurance. This is one of the most growing segment of insurance industry. Despite it there are several bottlenecks prominent such as lack of product innovation, low awareness among people, high claim paid -out ratio of insurers, inefficiency of Third Party Administrator etc. Some other challenges pertain to the demand conditions, competition in the sector, delivery and distribution systems etc. So present study is an effort in the area of health insurance to find out its problems and some solutions also.To accomplish the objective, the paper has been divided into four broad sections. Section I introduce the health insurance in India and deals with review of the work done on health insurance. Section II presents a methodology to work out the problems of health insurance in India. Section III explained the problems associated with health insurance business in India. The Section IV concludes the discussion along with certain policy implications.
ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY INDEX FOR GROUNDWATER OF VALSAD DISTRICT OF SOUTH GUJARAT(INDIA) published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
P. Shroff, R. T. Vashi The present study aims the assessment of the water quality index (WQI) for the groundwater of Valsad district of South Gujarat. Total fifteen sampling stations from five talukas of Valsad district were selected and groundwater samples were collected for two years (from August 2007 to July 2009). In this present study, WQI created by Canadian Council of Minister of the Environment (CCME) was used. For calculating the WQI, groundwater samples were analyzed for seventeen physico-chemical parameters like pH, Colour, Electrical Conductivity (EC), Total Hardness (TH), Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Total Alkalinity (TA), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Silica, Chloride, Sulphate, Fluoride, Sodium, Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and metals like Copper (Cu), Lead (Pb) and Manganese (Mn). The WQI for Valsad district suggests that the groundwater quality is marginal.
Possibilities and Difficulties in Documenting Oral Literature with Reference to Vaai Pattu By Kunnam Kulam Kunjalavi published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus and its Risk Factors in Urban Population of Agra District: A Community Based Study published in

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Dr Ravindra Singh, Dr S K Misra, Dr Menaal Kaushal, Dr Vishal Agarwal Background: In last two decades prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus in India is increasing at a high rate and currently India is the Diabetic Capital of the World. Reliable and informative epidemiological evidence is vital to quantify impacts and predictors of disease and to facilitate formulation of prevention and control strategies. In North India particularly Uttar Pradesh the area specific data regarding diabetes mellitus is scarce. Objectives: Prevalence of Type-II Diabetes Mellitus and its associated risk factors in urban population of the Agra city. Materials and Methods: A Cross-sectional, community based study was conducted from June 2012 to June 2013 among adults in the age group of 30 year and above residing in Agra City. A three stage random sampling technique was adopted to achieve the desired sample size. Result: The prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus was found to be 16.3%, It was 17.8% among males and 14.8% among females. Almost half (8.1%) were newly diagnosed while the remaining were known diabetics; thus the diagnostic gap was found to be 50%. In the present study statistically significant association is observed between prevalence of diabetes mellitus with age, socioeconomic class, obesity and family history. Conclusion: Almost half of the diabetes patients are unaware about their diabetic status thus reflecting the need for a regular screening program. Life style modifications to timely detect and intervene in the pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus are also required.
THE REVIEW OF SOME DIRECTIONS OF ECONOMIC STUDIES, 2010-2015 YEARS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND ABROAD published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Ia Shiukashvili The study gives an idea of the trends and prospects of some specific sectors of the economy, both in the Russian Federation, and abroad. The article examines tourism, management, e-commerce and separately the Olympic Games-2014 and their impact on the regional economy are discussed.
Silver Nitrate Particlesnanotoxicity using Cell Culture and Apoptosis (Genetic and Cell Study) published in

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RagiaM. Hegazy, Eman Farouk, Taghreed G. Kharboush The present study focuses on the nanoparticle interaction with human peripheral blood cells from genetic and ultra structure study. AgNPsgenotoxicity and cytotoxicity had been tested in human peripheral blood lymphocytes culture through DNA fragmentation, chromosomal aberrations and electron microscope. Also, metal ion analysis was done to check the uptake of nanoparticles in the cell pellet of human peripheral blood cells. AgNPs proved to be genotoxic in human peripheral blood lymphocytes culture through the fragmentation of DNA, chromosomal aberrations and metal ion analysis. Aberrant cell damage was recorded to be 0, 8 and 24% for 5, 15 and 25?g/mL of AgNPs respectively. Significant increase and decrease in CAs and MI, respectively. Marked alterations in the ultrastructure blood cells in the form of: apoptosis of leukocytes and destruction of erythrocytes membrane. Structural changes in chromosomes and chromatids were also recorded. AgNPs was found to be cytotoxic and genotoxic.
LEMON GRASS- A HERBAL THERAPEUTIC AGENT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Indu Sanadhya, Annika Durve, Meeta Bhot and Jossy Varghese The aim of the present work is to evaluate the anti-tumour potential of Lemon grass through preliminary cytotoxic analysis. Cytotoxic potential of Lemon grass fresh leaves extract was evaluated on chicken liver cell line through cell viability assay. Antioxidant study was also carried out to proof it as a safe source of herbal drug. TLC fingerprinting data reveals that the positive results of Lemon grass for cytotoxic and antioxidant potential may be due to presence of separated phytochemicals.
Unreliable Batch Arrival Retrial Queue With Delayed Repair, Randomised J Vacations and Orbital Search published in

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D. Sumitha, Dr. K. Udayachandrika Batch arrival retrial queueing system with vacation and orbital search is considered. Customers arrive in batches according to Poisson process. At the arrival epoch of a batch if the server is idle, then one of the customers enters for service and others join the orbit. Otherwise all the customers join the orbit. The server is subject to active breakdown and delayed repair. Service of the interrupted customer resumes immediately after a repair process. As soon as the system becomes empty the server takes a vacation. If the orbit is empty upon returning from a vacation, the server either remains idle or leaves for another vacation. This pattern continues until the number of vacations reaches J. At the end of Jth vacation, even if the orbit is empty, the server dormants idly in the system for new arrival. If the orbit is nonempty the server searches for customers from the orbit or remains idle. Steady state analysis is performed using supplementary variable technique. Stochastic decomposition law is established. Various performance measures are obtained numerically
SIMULTANEOUS SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF ALUMINIUM(III) AND NICKEL(II) USING 5-BHMBHBH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. B. Saritha* and Prof. T. Sreenivasulu Reddy** Al(III) and Ni(II) react with 5-Bromo-2-hydroxy-3-methoxybenzaldehyde-4hydroxybenzoichydrazone(5-BHMBHBH) at pH 6.0 to give yellow coloured water soluble complexes. Al(III) shows maximum absorbance at 390 nm while Ni (II) shows maximum absorbance at 440 nm. However, Al(III) shows zero absorbance beyond 462 nm. Hence, 390 nm at 462 nm were selected for carrying out a simultaneous spectrophotometric determination of Al(III) and Ni(II). The molar absorptivities for Al(III) at 390 am is 2.66 0.004 104 lit mol1 cm1 .The molar absorptivities for Ni(II) at 390 nm and 462 nm are the same and is 1.347 0.002104 lit mol1 cm1 . It is also observed that the absorbance at 390 nm is equal to the sum of the absorbance values due to the individual Al(III) and Ni (II) species at this wavelength. Hence, simultaneous spectrophotometric determination of Al(III) and Ni (II) is carried out. The method developed is highly sensitive, selective, precise and rapid for the direct spectrophotometric determination of Al(III) and Ni(II). The method is applied for the determination of Al(III) and Ni(II) alloy samples.
MPLS - TP: LABEL SWITCH PATH: CREATION AND MANAGEMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pratima Pandhare* MPLS Transport Profile (MPLS - TP) technology is gaining impo rtance as it becomes a dominant solution for a converged transport network in recent years. This paper outlines how MPLS - TP methodology can be implemented in the real world scenario. A comprehensive study is carried out on MPLS recovery mechanisms for protecting and restoring traffic after failure occurrence. In this paper the requirements of designing an efficient and reliable MPLS - TP label switch paths and tunnel are well considered and also set concrete evaluating criteria. In this paper, a full comprehensive simulation environment is created for a conventional network and MPLS applied over that traditional network to evaluate the comparative performance of netwo rk traffic behavior. Finally, the results are evaluated and analyzed on different versions of network simulators.
ABOUT INCORRECTNESS OF ONE OPTIMIZATION OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE MODEL published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anatoly Aleksandrovich Naumov; Anastasia Anatolievna Naumova The paper presents the results of one model capital structure optimization study. The disadvantages of this model are shown. Recommendations for improving of the model are presented.
MANAGEMENT OF DENTAL RADIOGRAPHIC WASTE: A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Jyothirmai KONERU, Neha MAHAJAN, Mallika MAHALAKSHMI In most cases, radiographies are used by dentists for the diagnosis and/or treatment of patients, so that they may be considered as a third eye for the dentist. Unfortunately, the radiographic procedures generate certain substances with potential challenge to the environment. Although individual dentists generate only small amounts of environmentally hazardous wastes, the accumulated waste produced by their profession may have a significant environmental impact, which in turn may pose risks to human health. This paper addresses the environmental impact of dental radiographic waste and describes measures that can be taken by dentists and their team to reduce the production of potentially harmful wastes.
Correlation of Serum Uric Acid Levels in Gouty and Non Gouty Osteoarthritis published in

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Sharad Chandra Vijayvergiya , Ajay Kumar Bhargava, Mohit Sharma, Vishnu Datt Bohra Gout a kind of osteoarthritis caused by too much uric acid in blood. High level in blood of some population not get gout but affected by arthritis. In our study we demonstrated determination of uric acid in 50 gouty osteoarthritis and 50 non gouty osteoarthritis and in 50 normal healthy subjects. In gouty osteoarthritis mean S.D serum uric acid was 9.3 2.6, in gouty osteoarthritis 7.25 1.38 and in normal healthy control it was 5.97 1.38. Correlation between these subjects were found to be significant when compared between normal subject and gouty osteoarthritis (p < 0.001) and Non gouty osteoarthritis (p < 0.005). The prevalence of gouty arthritis and non gouty arthritis in present study indicated that a sincere efforts have been made to identify these disease and management too
Food adulteration and practices in urban area of Varanasi published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ANITA SINGH , SHUCHI RAI BHATT AND SHEEENDRA M. BHATT Currently food malpractices are increasing in various metro cities of India and all the measures taken by agencies are failed to detect rapidly and many times it becomes late when the adulteration is detected. Most bad scenario is the adulteration of the branded items of the childrens and in the women such as milk cheese, ghee and oils. Therefore, Study for food practices and safety measures was done in selected are of Varanasi which was also validated by the wetlab methods. For this objective, questionnaire was prepared and distributed among the selected people depending on their age group, sex and educational background. Statistical tests were carried out on the basis of frequency of male and female respondents obtained in total respondents (N = 300). Chi square test was carried out and the calculated values were compared with value of t test (0.05) and on this basis, conclusions were drawn. Result showed that regardless of the age, income and religion, all of the groups were well aware of the food adulteration and educated people were less prone to the effect. In term of adulteration any how all the stores contained adulterated food, however branded items contained less %age of adulteration than local items. This may be caused due to inactive agencies or longer process of legal system. Studies show that there was lag in following the food practices by all the ages beside having good knowledge of food practices.
Nutritional Status of School Children in Urban Area of Varanasi, UP, India published in

The Journal of Community Health Management

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Pragya Singh, SC Mohapatra, Hari Shankar The school age population forms one fifth of the India population, the future segment of the country. Malnutrition is still highly prevalent in developing countries. School children may also be at high nutritional risk, not only under-five children. However, their nutritional status is poorly documented, particularly in urban areas. The paucity of information hinders the development of relevant nutrition programs for schoolchildren. Therefore it is important to monitor and assess the nutritional and health status of this group and fortunately this group is easily accessible for nutrition monitoring and evaluation. Research Question: - What is the mean nutritional status of school going children Objective: 1.To assesses the magnitude of malnutrition in primary school children using anthropometry 2.To determine adequacy of dietary intake of school children Study design: Cross-sectional survey. Setting: Government primary schools in urban area of Varanasi Participants: Primary school children. Statistical Analysis: Percentage and proportion. Results: Out of 100 surveyed children, more than half were girls and 46% were male. The study shows that 72 % children belonged to nuclear family and rest was joint family. Majority of the children mothers were educated up to 5th class level (36%).Study revealed that 13% children ate only one meal per day, while more than two third children ate more than one time,17% children did not take milk at all. In our study more than 2/3 rd children were found to be malnourished. Increasing trend of Mild and moderate malnutrition with increasing age was observed in both age groups, 6-7 year and7-8 year respectively. While decreasing trend of severe grade malnutrition was found in my study. Over all severe malnutrition was found to be(19%). Severe stunting did not find in age group 6-7 year children. Protein consumption in all age group was less than RDA, although it was not remarkable increase with the increasing age from 6 years to 12 years. In the age group of 8-9 years it was just 50% of the RDA and after that comparatively decreases with age in relation to RDA. The trend shows slightly higher consumption of protein in female 20.36gm./d (mean) than male 18.87gm/d (mean). .Fat intake was almost equal in all age groups Carbohydrates content in the diet of the school going children was less than the requirement in all age groups
Escaping the Tyranny of Relevance: Some Reflections on Hospitality Management Education published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mr R K Bhatt, Ms Neha Sharma Higher education provision to meet the needs of management within the hospitality industry is now well established in most English speaking countries. In the UK the first degree programmes appeared in the late 1960s and burgeoned alongside the general expansion of higher education in the 1990s. This paper draws on recent reports on higher education for the hospitality industry, and on recent academic research into the nature of hospitality to suggest that higher education programmes would better serve both students and industry if they reflected more social science underpinnings. Paradoxically, an overly managerial focus in content is not always consistent with the needs of manager education. Various studies suggest that reflective practitioners are needed for a turbulent and changing hospitality industry. The development of analytical and critical thinking skills are essential for managers who are increasingly being asked to think outside the box. This paper argues that these skills are best developed in a framework of critical education which is as concerned with the study of hospitality management as it is with the study for hospitality management.
A Study on Parental Perception Towards Children Viewing Cartoon published in

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A. SOUMYA, Dr. J.O.JERYDA GNANAJANE ELJO, R.ANITHA This study focuses on the various aspects on the perception of the parents towards children viewing cartoon and it was conducted in two reputed schools in Dibrugarh District of Assam. It tried to explore the influence of cartoon among the children as perceived by their parents and it also tries to reveal the various problems faced by the children in their growing state. The study is descriptive in nature. The universe of the study consists of 140 parents whose children are studying I to III standard in two schools in Assam.Census method was adopted and data was collected from all 140 parents. Self prepared questionnaire was adopted for the study. The finding of this study revealed that majority of the respondents children (72.1%) watch Television every day, 65.7% of the respondents children are viewing cartoon program and 74.3% of the parents feel that their childrens studies get affected by watching Television. There is significant association between the mothers occupation and time spent by the respondents children in watching cartoon.There is a significant association between respondents childs habit of imitating cartoon characters and the learning problems faced by the child.
Contents Filtering From User's Wall In Social Networking published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Miss. Monal Game Online Informal organization are today a standout amongst the most mainstream medium for cooperation between individuals to share information or assets. In Online Interpersonal organization a method called data sifting utilized for an alternate responsive capacity. Proposing to create rules which can square client posts over informal organizations the individuals who have revolting substance or misuse words furthermore al-lowing to piece graphical pictures post which are misuse by utilizing sifting rules. A the truth is acknowledged that in Online Informal communities there is the likelihood of posting picture or posting content on open or private locales, for the most part called dividers. Data separating can accordingly be utilized to give clients the capacity to consequently control the messages composed and picture on their private dividers, by sifting superfluous posts. Online Interpersonal organization give less backing to anticipate undesirable messages on dividers of client. This is accomplished through an adaptable tenet based framework, that permits clients to tweak the sifting criteria to be connected to their dividers, and Machine Learning based delicate classifier naturally marking messages in backing of substance based separating.
Abundance of Pisces and Status of Water of mathabhanga-Churni River in Indo-Bangla Border Region. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Bidhan Chandra Biswas, Ashis kumar Panigrahi Measurement of water quality parameters plays a vital role in determining the pollutional load and correctness of a particular water body for aquatic organisms. The present investigations was carried out to measure the physiochemical parameters of Mathabhanga- Churni river in Indo-Bangla Border region to assess the pollution status for a period of one year from June 2012-to May 2013. The calculated physiochemical parameters revealed that the average ranges of Temperature, pH, DO, BOD, COD, Hardness, Alkalinity, Nitrate, Organic carbon and Freeco2 were 33.150c and 19.260c, 8.4 and 6.4, 5.1mg/l and 0.88mg/l, 46mg/l and 2.04mg/l, 420mg/l and 250mg/l, 660mg/l and 322mg/l, 560mg/l 380, 95mg/l and0.99 mg/l, 54mg/l and 16.4mg/l, 22mg/l and 05mg/l respectively. The results obtained from study showed that the measured parameters exhibit a great seasonal variation in different months of the year during the investigation and showed great difference in standard criteria of water quality indicates huge pollution effect on aquatic organisms especially on fish faunal diversity.33 fishes were identified during the investigation from one year and most of the species were carps and cat fishes. Labeo rohita, Cirrhina mrigala, Catla catla are dominant among carps and Heteropneustus fossilis,Clarius batrachus,Notopterus notopterus, Mystus cavasius, Mystus vitatus are most common among the cat fishes. Eutopiictys vacha, Puntius sophore, Notopterus chitala,Corica saborna and Gudusia chapra, Rita rita are rarely found during investigation. The river faces a great ecological threat affecting the fish diversity. Some protecting measure should be taken to combat water pollution in order to save the valuable natural resources.
Rural Womens Entrepreneurship is Good Business! published in

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Dr. KalpanaKoneru A majority of the people in most developing and under-developed countries stays in rural areas and earns their livelihoods using local resources and employment opportunities.While agriculture may have been the mainstay in many rural areas in the past, rural industrialization has thrown up exciting opportunities to improve the lives of individuals and communities.This includes industries based on agricultural produce like food processing and micro-level renewable energy development projects in addition to the production of goods.Unfortunately, the pace of industrialization in the rural areas has not been as fast as expected. Planners agree that the rural population has to have effective linkages with the industry for better development and employment opportunities. Another must for rural industries to emerge, sustain themselves and prosper is access to the latest Information and Communication Technology. SMEs accelerate rural industrialization by linking it with the more organized urban sector, multiplying employment opportunities for the local community.
ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER BY VARYING THE INPUT PARAMETERS COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pavan Vishwakarma*, Jitendra Jayant A heat exchanger is a device that is used to transfer thermal energy (enthalpy) between two or more fluids, between a solid surface and a fluid, or between solid particulates and a fluid, at different temperatures and in thermal contact. In heat exchangers, there are usually no external heat and work interactions. The aim of the present dissertation work focus on the design and thermal analysis of multiple shell and tube heat exchanger. Heat exchanger designed, justifying the phenomenon of convection within the shell and tubes. The study presents the linear static-steady thermal analysis of a multiple shell and tube heat exchanger using computational fluid dynamics approach. Altair HYPERMESH software is used to perform the analysis. The number of shell tubes, shell tubes arrangements at various angle, and temperature were considered as input parameters
An Innovative Method for Solving Fuzzy Transportation Problem published in

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Dr. G. Geetharamani, C. Sharmila Devi This paper deals about the Fuzzy transportation problem, where the transportation cost, supply and demand quantities are fuzzy quantities. The objective of Fuzzy transportation problem is to determine the shipping schedule that minimizes the total transportation cost while satisfying fuzzy supply and fuzzy demand limits. Using Robust ranking method fuzzy quantities are transformed into crisp quantities. To obtain the optimal solution a new algorithm is proposed. Finally a numerical illustration is given to check the validity of the proposal.
Cost Effective Routing Protocols Based on Two Hop Neighborhood Information (2NI) in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks published in

International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications (IJANA)

Published by Eswar Publications
Dr. Anuradha Banerjee, Dr. Paramartha Dutta Ad hoc networks are collections of mobile nodes communicating with each other using wireless media without any fixed infrastructure. During both route discovery and traversal of route-reply packets from destination to source, broadcast of packets is required which incurs huge message cost. The present article deals with the message cost reduction during transmission of route-reply from destination to source. Also the redundancy that is visible within the 2-hop neighborhood of a node is minimized during broadcasting of route-reply. This improves the average lifetime of network nodes by decreasing the possibility of network partition. The scheme of 2NI can be used with any reactive routing protocol in MANETs.
FINANCIAL RESOURCES OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR ECONOMY IN THE FINANCIAL-CREDIT MECHANISM OF THE STATE DEVELOPMENT REGULATION published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Galyna Kucher The research subject is the issue of using the financial resources of the public sector economy as a part of the state development regulation. The article purpose is to define the role and features using financial resources of the public sector economy in the financial-credit mechanism of the state development regulation. The research methods. The paper used the set of specific and general scientific methods and approaches, such as dialectic, synthesis and methods of scientific abstraction, comparative and factor analysis, historical and logical approach. Results. The role and significance of the public sector financial resources in the state economic system were offered. Their effect on the increasing financial potential of the state development was generalized. Task of the financial resources reallocation through the financial-credit mechanism of the state development regulation were formulated. Features of the budget financing for society development and the advantages of the complex project financing were defined. Attention was focused on expediency of application the debt mechanism for development financing in terms of the transformation economy, enhance of using market and non-market components and comprehensive approaches to project financing. Sphere of application results. Conclusions and suggestions are useful for improving financial policy and financial-credit mechanism of the state development regulation. Conclusions. Financial resources are the condition, the source and the result of social reproduction. They reflect the processes of distribution and redistribution of GDP. Efficiency and effectiveness of their use are determined on the formation and growth of financial potential of enterprises, private and public sectors and financial potential whole country. Considering the structural relationship formation, distribution and use of financial resources, it is important to take account of the efficiency of resource use through the prism of innovation potential, degree of using financial resources, the sources of forming financial resources, risks and threats. Financial support from the public agencies allows provide comprehensive financing of the state development projects, progressive and innovative development. It will stimulate the development of the different spheres and industries economy. The combined project financing allows to solve local, regional and inter-regional development issues. This can provide optimal use of budgetary funds and government debt instruments. The using up of the public-private partnerships mechanism and household savings allow provide a positive result on the financial market and growth the investment potential of the country as a whole. An integrated approach to efficiency and effectiveness of financial resources of the public sector can provide growth of the financial potential and improvement the financial-credit mechanism of the state development regulation.
Graft Versus Host Disease in Cord Blood Transplants published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Aleem jan, S. Parmar Umbilical cord blood is now used with a fair degree of confidence as an alternative source for haematopoetic stem cells for over past three decades; thus risk versus benefit ratio tends to lean towards CBT as a 10% grade III-1V GVHD probability is reported in CBT as compared to <30% in matched sibling donor transplant and 60%-90% in matched unrelated donor transplants.
PRODRUGS: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shaifali Dubey*, Vandana Valecha Prodrugs are bioreversible derivatives of drug molecules that undergo an enzymatic and/or chemical transformation in vivo to release the active parent drug, which can then exert the desired pharmacological effect. This approach has several advantages over conventional drug administration. Prodrugs are with altered physicochemical, biopharmaceutical or pharmacokinetic properties of drugs so the efficiency of drugs gets improved with specific target delivery. This article includes classification, effect of prodrug on solubility, chemical stability, bioavailability, long duration of action and site targeted challenge with examples of prodrug illustrating the role of produg as a better way for the more effective treatment of different diseases.
ADJUSTING COST OF CAPITAL FOR RISKY ASSETS NOT IN THE RATE BASE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Andre R de Oliveira, Paulo Coutinho, Alexandre Carvalho This paper identifies an underappreciated source of risk for capital invested in regulated markets and proposes a new methodology to calculate the associated premium. The risk stems from the impact on the revenues and costs of regulated companies of fully depreciated assets that are still in service, but are no longer included in their rate base. The future of many regulated sectors depends on their ability to attract private investment, which will not materialize if investors are not adequately compensated for bearing that type of risk. We develop three models, one based on financial analysis and two on economic analysis, to calculate the proper rate of return on a fully depreciated plant still in service. T he financial model builds upon the intuition that this problem is similar to that of determining the appropriate return on risky ventures that do not require capital expenditure. The economic model is based on the idea of opportunity cost. Shareholders of a regulated company have two options: They can either keep the fully depreciated plant in service or replace it with new plant. The regulatory revenue the company is allowed to earn should make shareholders indifferent between the options of replacing or not replacing the fully depreciated assets. The three models generate the same return on capital for investors. Keywords: Fully Depreciated Assets, Opportunity Cost, Rate Base, Return on Capital, Risk.
A SURVEY ON BIGDATA SCHEDULING ON CLOUD FRAMEWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr.S.M. Jagateesan1 , V.M.Pavithra Computational science workflows have been successfully run on traditional High Performance Computing (HPC) systems like clusters and Grids for many years. Now a day, users are interested to execute their workflow applications in the Cloud to exploit the economic and technical benefits of this new rising technology. The deployment and management of workflows over the current existing heterogeneous and not yet interoperable Cloud providers, is still a challenging task for the workflow developers. The Pointer Gossip Content Addressable Network Montage Framework allows an automatic selection of the goal clouds, a uniform get entry to to the clouds, and workflow data management with respect to user Service Level Agreement (SLA) requirements. Consequently, a number of studies, focusing on different aspects, emerged in the literature. In this comparative review on workflow scheduling algorithm cloud environment is provide solution for the problems. Based on the analysis, the authors also highlight some research directions for future investigation. The previous results offer benefits to users by executing workflows with the expected performance and service quality at lowest cost.
PATHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF SPLENECTOMY SPECIMENS AT KING HUSSEIN MEDICAL CENTER: A 12 - YEAR STUDY published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Ahlam A. Awamleh, MD*, Sura Raw abdeh, MD, Hayat Khasawneh, MD, Ola Waqfi, MD , and Majdi AlSoudi, MD Objective : To analyze the spectrum of pathological changes observed in splenectomy specimens at King Hussein Medical Center (KHMC) between the years 2001 and 2013. Patients and Methods : The pathological slides of all the splenectomy specimens, seen at KHMC during the study per iod, were evaluated in detail. Special stains and immunohistochemistry were carried out if indicated. Results : There were 585 splenectomies performed over the study period (326 males and 259 females). There was a wide range of pathological changes. Benign causes included traumatic rupture, vascular lesions, extramedullary hematopoiesis, myeloproliferative disorders , idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), and cysts. Inflammatory lesions included tuberculosis, hydatid cyst and abscess. Malignant lesions included lymphoma and metastatic disease. The most common pathology was found to be splenic rupture mostly follo wing road traffic accidents (19.8%) and ITP (19.3%), followed by reactive lesions (15.2%), myeloid and related disorders (9.7%), and lymphoid neoplasms (8.9%). Conclusion : The most common etiologies leading to splenectomy were splenic rupture and ITP. 54. 7% of splenectomies were done for the diagnosis of either splenic mass or splenomegaly. Pathological diagnosis helped in the management of patients with unexplained splenic mass or splenomegaly
Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. C. SWARNALATHA, T.S. PRASANNA Employee engagement is a key business driver for organizational success. High levels of engagement in domestic and global firms promote retention of talent, foster customer loyalty and improve organizational performance and stakeholder value. A complex concept, engagement is influenced by many factorsfrom workplace culture, organizational communication and managerial styles to trust and respect, leadership and company reputation. For todays different generations, access to training and career opportunities, work/life balance and empowerment to make decisions are important. Thus, to foster a culture of engagement, HR leads the way to design, measure and evaluate proactive workplace policies and practices that help attract and retain talent with skills and competencies necessary for growth and sustainability. This paper focuses a review on employee engagement and job satisfaction.
STABILIZATION OF MONETARY RELATIONS AS FACTOR OF STABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY 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�
Tetiana Futalo The article studies the formation of monetary system and its influence on the economic processes and considers evolution of monetary reforms. The aim of research is theoretical substantiation of content of monetary reforms, complex analysis of monetary processes for the current condition of transformation processes. General scientific methods of perception and conceptual provisions of modern economic theories constitute the methodological base for the article. Scientific novelty of research lies in the complex research of monetary reforms in the country. Practical value of the received results consists in the possibility of their applying for the development of monetary and credit policy of NBU, as well as activities of executive structures. Conclusion: monetary reforms are necessary under the following circumstances: - change of state systems; - deep economic crises of financial system; - economic disturbances when money no longer perform their functions; - deepening of budget deficit and inflation processes; - devaluation of role of money, settlement and credit. In spite of the reasons preconditioning the necessity of monetary reform, this reform is aimed at making money the precise measurement instrument of expenses and results of social production so it constantly stimulates the economic interests of producers, is trustworthy, performs its functions and is protected from devaluation. The main aim of the reform is to extract the money from turnover.
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SILICON DIOXIDE NANOPARTICLES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Laxmi Chavan* 1 Aishwarya Gunge2 , Tayyab Ali3 & Madhuri Sharon The Nanotechnology has started a boom in the field of research nanomaterials have many applications in industries such textiles, paints, petroleumproducts Silicon dioxide (Si2O) nanoparticles was successfully synthesized ultrasound assisted method using (TEOS)precursors in the presence of sunlight. The as-synthesized samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), The x-ray diffraction pattern indicated that as-synthesized sample had a crystal size with finest particle size of the catalyst (69.0nmappr.) was obtained at 600°C calcination temperature. Fourier transform infrared spectra confirmed the presence of hydroxyl group and Al-O bond vibration in the catalyst. Experimental result of the (Si2O) calcined at 500°C for 2hr, exhibitedmany activities of under different investigation under process as of next research going to publish in the next session.
Facebook Banking An Emerging Way of E-Banking published in

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L.M. Sharma,Dr. S.N. Kotkar Nowadays Indian banks are applying a range of information technology applications for accomplish maximum customer happiness and look up its better goodwill. The continuous updating in the global markets about information technology applications are offers so many opportunities to the banking sector to improve its level of services. E-banking is a concept which is utilizing different electronic channels for delivery of banking services and products. Facebook banking is become known from such a pioneering enlargement. In the Indian banking sector, Facebook banking application is introduced by ICICI bank to provide convenient banking facilities to customer. Facebook banking is an emerging way of banking which is providing the banking products and services through Facebook account with the help of internet. This paper discusses challenges and opportunities of Facebook banking in Indian scenario.
An Exploratory Assessment of Productive ward in a JCI accredited Hospital published in

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Dr. L. Kalyan Viswanath Reddy, Mr. Poshan Lal Gupta Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to identify and investigate the productive ward strength in connection by comparing the various wards in the hospital. Design/methodology/approach Simple random sampling is used for sample size of 60 patients and 25 employees of hospital. Findings The Cronbach's Alpha reliability for patient questionnaires and hospital staff questionnaires is calculated as 0.801 and 0.843 respectively. The operational efficiency is highest for IV B level which is of 85% ie; efficient ward in the hospital. Research limitations Although the study has a limited sample size, it help in identifying, measuring, analyzing and calculating the compliance with patient expectations. The study has raised a number of issues which would form the basis for useful further research. Originality/value The findings should be useful to hospital quality department to assess and improve service quality
A STUDY ON THE PHARMACOTHERAPY OF PARA NASAL SINUSITIS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Anand R Kalamdani*, Dr . Pavithra Krishnan, Dr. T M Nagraj, Dr. Basavaraj Bhandare Background: Episodes of Acute Rhinosinusitis are common among adults and are associated with a significant amount of morbidity. The symptoms of Rhinosinusitis are nasal drainage, congestion, and sinus pressure. As diagnosing bacterial sinusitis is difficult, the misuse and overuse of antibacterials for the treatment of sinusitis, has become a major problem throughout the world. Aims and Objectives: To analyse the Pharmacotherapy in Acute Bacterial Sinusitis and to assess the efficacy and tolerability of the Antimicrobials prescribed. Materials and Methods: A total of 60 patients diagnosed with Acute Bacterial Sinusitis were included in the study and their prescriptions were assessed which included Antimicrobials and adjuvant drugs used, route of administration, dose, tolerability, side effects and drug interactions were recorded. Results: Out of 60 patients who completed the study, 38% were males and 62% were females. Most common symptom that patients presented were nasal congestion (n=60), headache (n=50), post nasal drip (n=50). 90% of the study group received a Antimicrobial belonging to Beta Lactam group. NSAIDS like Paracetamol and Decongestants were used in all patients and Amoxicillin Claavulinic acid combination was the most frequent antimicrobial prescribed. The subjects showed good tolerability with minimal to no side effects. Conclusion: In our study we found that Amoxicillin Clavulinic acid was the primary option due to its proven efficacy, safety and tolerability. The other antimicrobials (majority Beta lactam group) that were prescribed also showed good tolerability and patient compliance.
High Prevalence of low dietary intake in pregnant women of Kolkata is related with the socioeconomic status published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Kuntal Gupta, Kuntal Biswas, Tusharkanti Ghosh The nutritional status of the pregnant women of the lower strata of socioeconomic status of Kolkata has not been assessed in recent times but is it is related with the birth weight of babies. The aims of the study were to evaluate the dietary intake of pregnant women of Kolkata and to assess the association of dietary intake with different anthropometric parameters and the socioeconomic status. Dietary intake (24-h recall method), anthropometric measurement (height, weight) and SES (updated Kuppuswamys scale) of pregnant women assessed. Deficiencies of energy (26%), protein (35%), calcium (59%) and iron (55%) during pregnancy with respect to corresponding RDA of ICMR were noted and the deficiencies were increased with lower grade of SES. SES is associated with consumption of energy. Under nutrition exists in the surveyed pregnant women and it is linked with SES.
Surface Water Quality Assessment. Case Study: Trnava Mare River, Media? Town-Romania published in

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Cristina Rosu, Ioana Pistea, Carmen Roba, Mihaela Mihu, Alexandru Ozunu In the present study, a hydrochemical investigation was conducted in an urban area (Media? town - Romania), in order to evaluate the ecological status of Trnava Mare River, an important river from TransylvaniaRomania. 125 water samples were collected during February and May in 2011 and 2013 to analyze the temperature, pH, salinity, electrical conductivity, total dissolved solids, redox potential, F-, Cl-, Br-, NO2-, NO3-, PO43-, SO42-, Li+, Na+, K+, Mg2+, Ca2+ and NH4+. The study indicated the presence of some hot spots along Trnava Mare River, revealing the importance of water quality improvement, especially for sulphates, nitrite and ammonium content.
THE HYDRO - BIOLOGICAL METHOD OF PRESERVATION AND DISSECTION OF HUMAN CADAVER GIVEN IN SUSHRUTA SAMHITA: A SCIENTIFIC INTERPRETATION published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Hambarde Priyanka Ramakant*, Vaikos C.D, Rokade S.D, Borkar B.E., Waghchoure A V. One should study anatomy theoretically as well as practically to acquire complete knowledge o f body . Practical study of anatomy includes dissection of a human cadaver. Modern medical science has given many methods of dead body preservation . Likewise, in ayurveda , 1000 - 1500 before B.C. Sushrutacharya has given a particular techn ique for dead body p reservation which can be grossly called as “ Jalnimajjan padhhati”of mritsan rakshan ( hydrobiological method of dead body preservation ) . In ayurvedic texts, there is a reference “ sharire Sushruta shreshtha ” means a charya Sushruta is the best in describing a natomical structures of human body as he has given the detailed information ab out each and every body part. A charya Sushruta has revealed seven layers of skin with their thickness and seven types of kalas ( membranes ) with their sequence. This was possible for him only because of detailed dissection. Well preserved human cadaver is needed for detailed dissection. Hence, he has mentioned this particular method. In this article, effort is made to give the scientific interpretation of dead body preservation met hod given by Sushrutacharya .
¿Crisis o fin del Socialismo en América Latina? published in

Religacin. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades

Published by RELIGACIN-RGN. Centro de Investigaciones en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades desde Amrica Latina
Diana Anzuategui Macías ¿Crisis o fin del Socialismo en América Latina? Parecería ser la pregunta del momento, ero hasta dónde podemos contestar. Intentaremos comprender qué nos ha traído hasta este panorama.
EFFECT OF INFLUENCE OF PLASTIC FIBERS IN THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CEMENT CONCRETE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P. Manthru Naik*, E.V.Chandra Sekhar For the comfortable living of people shelters like buildings and for convenient and luxurious living Infrastructures are use full, which are constructed by using concrete. We know that concrete consumption plays second role after water. So concrete plays a predominant role in the construction field. Even though concrete is a good construction material we can see some problems with concrete like availability of ingredients, low ductility, less tensile strength compared to its compressive strength and so. Entire the world many researches are carried by researchers to eliminate the drawbacks of it. To convert the concrete to more advantageous providing fiber reinforcement is one of the techniques. In this we are dealing with usage of plastic fibers in concrete. Plastic disposal is one of the major problems, using this waste plastic we can decrease the bothering of the plastic disposal. The following points are observed in this project:  We are adding the plastic fibers 0%, 0.25%, 0.50%, 0.75%, and 1.00% by the volume of concrete  There is increase in the compressive strength of 28.06% by increasing the percentage of plastic fibers.  Tensile strength increases in the range of 40.82%.  It is observed that there is a decrease in workability by increasing plastic fibers.
Recent Growth Trends of Automobile Industry in India published in

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Dr. Nidhi Agarwal One of the major industrial sectors in India is the automobile sector. Subsequent to the liberalization, the automobile sector has been aptly described as the sunrise sector of the Indian economy. This sector has witnessed tremendous growth during the last two decades. On the canvas of the Indian economy, automobile industry occupies a prominent place. The study focuses on the growth and development of Automobile industry in India. A sound transportation system plays a pivotal role in the country's rapid economic and industrial development.The Indian automobile industry provides direct employment to 1 million people and indirect employment to 18 million people in the country.
DEVELOPING ‘STANDARD NOVEL ‘VAD’ TECHNIQUE’ AND ‘NOISE FREE SIGNALS’ FOR SPEECH AUDITORY BRAINSTEM RESPONSES FOR HUMAN SUBJECTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ranganadh Narayanam* In this research as a first step we have concentrated on collecting non - intra cortical EEG data of Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials from human subjects in an Audiology Lab in University of Ottawa. The problems we have considered are the most advanced and most essential problems of interest in Auditory Neural Signal Processing area in the world: The first problem is the Voice Activity Detection (VAD) in Speech Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABR); The second problem is to identify the best De - noising technique for Auditory Artifact removal in Speech ABR of Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials. In VAD problem we have implemented Zero - Crossing Detection VAD, statistical algorithms (two algorithms) which are already a standard in Speech Processing VAD problems, and then a third VAD we have presented is based on spectral subtraction method in which we have developed our own mathematical formula for the peak valley difference detection of the frequency spectra to detect the voice activity (we named it as SNRPVD VAD). These algorithms we applied on our data sets of EEG collected Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials and compared their performances. VAD is verified and we found that SNRPVD VAD a lgorithm is working better than the Statistical VAD techniques and found to be it is detecting Voice even in more noisy data where statistical method could not detect. The second problem we considered is to de - noise the data from auditory artifacts and imp rove its SNR. We developed various De - noising techniques specifically: Yule - Walker Multiband filter; Cascaded “Yule - Walker and Comb” filter; Conventional Wavelets: Daubechies, Symlet, Coiflet Wavelet filtering; FAST Independent Component Analysis (FASTICA) filtering; Translation - Invariant (TI) Estimation filtering; Cycle Spin Translation Invariant Wavelets Independent Component Analysis (CSTIICA) Filtering approaches. We found the Wavelets are working better and TI wavelets are working far better than all; and then CSTIICA is working even better than TI wavelets. The performance measures considered are Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) and Mean Square Error (MSE). Ultimately we observed that Wavelets are working surely as one of the best tools for de - noising neur ological signals specifically Speech ABR signals. With these Novel observations in VAD and De - noising for Speech ABR, as both are relatively new and advanced areas in Audiology and as they gained wide interest in the last about a decade in scientific commu nity of audiology scientists and engineers, Novel techniques are essentially emergency and hence with our research we are contributing some advanced working ideas to the community of Auditory Neural Signal Processing.
A Tool for Performance Testing of User Plane Sub-System of Radio Network Controller (3G) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prithvi Shankar N, Sisil John, Prakash Goyal, Rk Manjunath In present day scenario, the numbers of mobile phone users are growing day by day but, the systems deployed in the telecom network will not be changed nor replaced as the number of users grow for the same Technology (Ex 2G or 3G network). Therefore the systems which are deployed in the customer environment should be capable of handling the extreme scenarios like overload conditions to the normal scenarios with optimal load. If the system has to handle all the scenarios without any unexpected events or unit or system level crash, then all the systems have to undergo thorough testing for its Performance characteristics and capture all the defects in the functionality in the test environment. Radio network controller (RNC) is an important system in 3G networks. It does some of the major functionalities like Radio resource allocation, ciphering, Service area broadcast etc. There are many sub systems in RNC, which handles each of the work performed by RNC, out of which User Plane sub system is the one which handles the actual user data that flows through the network, be it Voice or data. Therefore since the number of mobile users has direct impact on the User plane sub system, the measurement of Performance Characteristics of it is a mandatory step. The Performance testing of User plane sub system involves lot of repetitive processes like triggering the number of call to test each scenario and also the test runs usually extend for long durations due to which manual intervention to check the results would be tedious and sometime prone to human errors. This initiated the requirement to automate the procedure of performance testing of User plane. Hence this paper aims at implementation of a tool for performance testing of USER PLANE sub system, using Perl as the Scripting Language with help of call simulators and test data tools which will reduce the testing run time as well as reduce the human errors that tend to occur during manual testing.
Level of Knowledge of Sexual Transmitted infections (STIs) Among Senior Secondary School Students in Nsukka Urban, Enugu State of Nigeria. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR. C. C. IGBOKWE, MR. ANTHONY .I. ANIKE, SAMUEL I.C. DIBIA The purpose of this study was to ascertain the level of knowledge of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among senior secondary school students in Nsukka urban. A sample of 373 subjects was selected for the study which adopted a cross-sectional survey design, using questionnaire as a tool for data collection. Three hundred and seventy one copies of the questionnaire were valid with 99.5 per cent return rate. Frequency table, percentages and grand mean were used to analyze the research questions while t-test was used to verify the hypothesis. The results showed that senior secondary school students in Nsukka urban possessed average level of knowledge (55.9%) about different types of STIs, average level of knowledge (56.1%) about modes of transmission, high level of knowledge (64.9%) about signs and symptoms. The t-test indicated that gender has significant influence on the knowledge of STIs(t=5.760>1.960(df=369),.05). The study recommended among other things that health education should be intensified in our secondary schools system to increase the level of knowledge of our secondary school students.
Immunization of Health-Care Personnel (Hcp): A Brief Review published in

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Gopal Kumar Healthcare personnel (HCP) are defined as all persons whose occupational activities involve contact with patients or contaminated material in a healthcare including body substances, contaminated medical supplies and equipment, contaminated environmental surfaces, or contaminated air, home healthcare, or clinical laboratory setting. Because of their contact with patients or infective material from patients, many HCP are at risk for exposure to (and possible transmission of) vaccine-preventable diseases. Ensuring that healthcare personnel (HCP) are protected against vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs) is an essential part of occupational health programs in a hospital. It is essential as it: Prevents transmission of VPDs and eliminates unnecessary work restrictions, safeguards the health of HCP and protects patients from exposure to infected HCP, reduces both number of susceptible HCP and risks for transmission of VPDs to other workers and patients.
Dietary pattern and lifestyle of elderly people following ashram and urban lifestyle published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VINITA SINGH AND NEHA RESTOGI Nutrition has a significant influence on health and development throughout the life. The aim of this study was to assess the dietary pattern and lifestyle of elderly people following ashram and urban lifestyle. The sample was taken at random, from both the groups that is ashram and urban lifestyle group. Nutrient intake was recorded using 7 days dietary records. Meal consumption was higher in ashram elderly group in comparison to urban elderly group. Consumption of supplementary food was higher among urban elderly group in comparison to ashram elderly group. Preference of normal food was higher in urban elderly group in comparison to ashram elderly group.
Paternal Transmission of HIV to the Child of A Seronegative Mother and A Seropositive Father published in

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Alaka Deshpande, Varsha S. Padwal, Atmaram H Bandivdekar Mother to Child Transmission (MTCT) of HIV is considered during perinatal period. However possible risk of paternal transmission of HIV is still not understood. A family of HIV infected father, mother and child was recruited for the study. The mother during first pregnancy was tested HIV seronegative and found seropositive during subsequent pregnancy. The seronegative wife of HIV infected husband delivered first male child who was tested at the age of four and a half due to pulmonary tuberculosis and found HIV positive. Translated amino acid sequence of C2-V3 region of env gene of HIV1 in PBMCs of father and son showed 86% homology and that with mother and son showed 48% homology. These HIV variants showed the sequence identity with Chinese isolates. The study suggests the paternal transmission of HIV to the son of HIV negative mother and need for parental diagnosis of HIV during perinatal period
Evaluation of Thermocyclic Oxidation Behavior of HVOF Sprayed WC-CrC-Ni Coatings published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
B. Somasundaram, Ravikiran Kadoli and M.R. Ramesh In the present study, the WC-CrC-Ni powder is HVOF sprayed on three different Fe-based steels namely SA213-T22, MDN-310 and SUPERFER 800H. Oxidation studies have been conducted on the coated as well as uncoated specimens at 700?C for 50 cycles in air under cyclic heating and cooling conditions. The weight change method was used to establish the kinetics of oxidation. WC-CrC-Ni coated steels showed slow oxidation kinetics and considerably lower weight gains than that of uncoated steels. The superior performance of WC-CrC-Ni coatings can be attributed due to the formation of a compact and protective oxide layer consisting of Cr2O3, NiO and their spinels like NiCr2O4 and NiWO4. The uncoated T22 steel suffered a catastrophic degradation in the form of intense spalling of the scale. The combined technique of X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy/energy dispersive X-ray analysis (SEM.EDAX) and X-ray mapping were used to analyze the oxidized products of coated and bare substrate steels.
A STUDY ON WAREHOSUING AGENCIES IN INDIA published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
N. Srinivas kumar Traditionally, warehousing involves the storage of raw material, work - in - process inventory or finished goods in a covered space in the most suitable way for a specific time period. It also adds temporal and spatial significance to the value of the commodity . Storage implies preserving. It is the process of carrying surplus production for future consumption. It includes all types of storage, whether traditional method or scientific methods of storage, whether controlled or ambient and maintained by the private or public agencies. On the other hand, warehousing means scientific facilities for storage of commodities, generally combined with the elements of trade and profit. The storage is, thus, a broader term and warehousing forms a part of it. The study is based on mainly secondary data and for some information primary data was collected through personal interviews of CWC employees. For secondary data C WC annual reports of last three years and internet surfing was used . In achieving food secu rity besides producing enough food grains, proper and adequate storage and maintenance of the produced grain is equally important .
Internet Usage and Academic Performance of Rural and Urban Adolescents in Coimbatore District published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ipsita Borgohain, Dr. S. Jaya Internet use increased rapidly in the first decade of the twenty-first century and it is keep growing day by day. Internet usage is more frequent among urban adolescents than rural adolescents.So both urban and rural adolescent Internet users have developmental differences in various skills. Hence a survey based study is made in Coimbatore district to identify developmental difference of over-all academic and class room performance among rural and urban adolescent Internet users.Complete enumeration of a larger sample size of six hundred students with equal representation of rural and urban adolescentage group of 14-17 years studying in class IX, X and XI standard were chosen randomly from four schools located at Coimbatore district. It was found from the study that there were developmental differences of academic performance among both rural and urban adolescent Internet users.
Evolution of Dental Ceramic From The Platinum Foil to CAD-CAM Technologies: Review - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Isgr G*, Sachs A New ceramic materials and novel fabrication methods have been developed and introduced in dentistry with the aim to improve the longevity of dental ceramic restorations and to extent their use for more demanding clinical situations like construction of multi units posterior fixed partial dentures (FPDs). Dental ceramics have now reached a stage of development where it is possible to make long-span metal free posterior FPDs. Dentists and dental technicians should have knowledge of advances in dental ceramic materials and fabrication methods available to understand advantages and disadvantages of the restorative systems in order to make an optimal choice in each specific clinical situation.
The Educational Status in Banjarawala Cluster of Dehradun (Uttarakhand) published in

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Mrs Puja Rawat This paper analyses the educational development of Uttarakhand in general and cluster Banjarawala in particular ten years after the formation of the state in 2000. The micro study is based on secondary data collected at cluster level and throws light on the important educational indicators like school enrollment and gender and social fabric of the class and teacher-student ratio
FEATURES OF MOTIVATION OF THE PERSONNEL OF THE ENTERPRISE OF THE SPHERE OF CONSULTING SERVICES published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Y. Kolomiyets, E. Aydarkina In article concepts motivation and stimulation are considered and the system of motivation of the personnel Rostov consulting company is analysed.
ANTI-MICROBIAL PROFICIENCY OF PHYTOCHEMICAL EXTRACTION IN METHANOL FROM SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Asha D. Lazras, *Anil Kumar, B.D. Nagle and Akansha Gayakwad The some medicinal plants part has antimicrobial properties such as Azadirachta indica (Neem), Ocimum scantum (Tulsi), Curcuma longa (Turmeric), Annona squamosal (Sugar Apple), Allium sativum (Garlic) etc. its leaves and stem used for phytochemicals extraction in methanol. Each sample has divided into two replicates for extraction in hot and cold methanol. Extracted phytochemicals applied to TLC plate for separation of various compounds and know their Rf values of each separated bands on TLC plate, pigments parts dissolved in distilled water, and its mix with culture media of plates, carry on open to plates in air environment for 5min. and incubated at 37C for 24-48 hours, observed antimicrobial effect to compared with control plate. In which maximum 194 colonies inhibited by dark green phytochemical of leave Azadirachta indica and another maximum 188 colonies inhibited by yellow pigment which Rf value 0.1825 of stem bark of Azadirachta indica and light green which Rf value 0.2625 of stem Ocimum scantum and less effective 8 colonies inhibited by unknown pigment of stem bark of Azadirachta indica from out of 300 colonies of control plate.
An Unusual Case of All Impacted Mandibular Anterior Teeth published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
GV Reddy, GS Prasada Reddy, CN Sreenivas, I Venkata Krishna, K Dinesh Sharma. Background: Multiple impacted teeth by itself is a rare condition and often found in association with syndromes. A rare case of multiple impacted mandibular anterior teeth in which no syndrome or systemic conditions are associated is being reported.
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF THE STEM OF SALACIA IMPRESSIFOLIA (MIERS) A. C. SMITH published in

Ewemen Journal of Natural Product Research (EJNPR)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
RIPARDO FILHO H.S.; COSTA N.L.S.; PACHECO L.C.; ANDRADE E.S.; ARAÚJO R.N.M.; MOURÃO R.H.V.; GUILHON G.M.S.P.; *SANTOS L.S. The plants of the genus Salacia are commonly used in the treatment of diabetes tipe-2, in several countries of the world. The phytochemical study of the stem of Salacia impressifolia led to the isolation and identification of seven compounds. The compounds include the steroids sitosterol and 3-O-β-D-glucopyranosylsitosterol, of the coumarin isoscopoletin and of the triterpenes quinovic acid, 3-oxo-quinovic acid, 3-O-β-D-quinovopyranosylquinovic acid, and 3-O-β-D-fucopyranosylquinovic acid. The compounds were identified based on analysis of their NMR spectral data and comparison with literature data. This is the first report on the isolation and identification of quinovic acid and derivatives from species of the genus Salacia. Keywords: Hippocrateaceae, Salacia impressifolia, quinovic acid, isoscopoletin, saponins, triterpenoids, NMR.
VLSI Implementation and Analysis of Parallel Adders for Low Power Applications? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Arunprasath S, Karthick A, Dhineshkumar D? Carry select adder (CSLA) is known to be the fastest adder among the conventional adder structures. Due to the rapidly growing mobile industry not only the faster arithmetic unit but also less area and low power arithmetic units are needed. The modified CSLA architecture has developed using Binary to Excess-1 converter (BEC). The efficient CSLA architecture has developed using D latch. In this paper an analysis has been made between Regular and Conventional CSLA adders like modified, Efficient CSLA. Designs were developed using structural VHDL and synthesized in Altera Quartus II with reference to FPGA device EP2C35F672C6. Experimental results are compared in-terms of area, power, delay and PDP. Results shows that modified carry select adders are better in area and power consumption.
A Study of Sociodemographic Correlates and Psychiatric Morbidity Among Suicide Attemptersin A General Hospital. published in

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DR.U.Raghava Rao M.D,DR. G.Vaidyanath M.D BACKGROUND : Suicide is among the top ten causes of death in India. Out of every three cases of suicide reported every15 minutes in India, one is committed by a youth in the age group of 15 to 29. Considering these facts, the present study is an effort to know whether the attempters are driven by any psychiatric illness leading to this state. .METHODS AND METHODOLOGY: A sample of 60 suicide attempters, was recruited from the casualty, King George Hospital, Visakhapatnam; those seeking inpatient care after attempting suicide. After taking verbal consent, the Semi- Structured interview schedule and the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview (M.I.N.I) were administered. RESULTS: About 50% of the sample showed some kind of a psychiatric morbidity leading them to suicidal behavior. CONCLUSION: Alcohol abuse and dependence, major depression, dysthymia and, psychotic illness, are the common psychiatric disorders that are associated with suicidality
DETECTION OF OPTICAL INHOMOGENEITIES OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUE US-ING TPSF CONFORMAL MAPPING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anton Yurievich Potlov A new method of direct (without inverse problem solution using methods of diffuse optical tomography) optical inhomogeneity, such as cysts, hematomas, tumors etc. detection in biological tissue. The basis of the method is preprocessing of the surface obtained from a collection of time-resolved data (TPSF) in the Cartesian frame with consecutive conformal mapping to two cylindrical surfaces.
Contact Allergic Dermatitis to Magic Mehendi- a Case Report published in

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rajive Kumar Higher Education as system, process and product of education in a society is not an accidental phenomenon. It evolves an answer to the socio-economic need and philosophical, religious aspirations of its people. Quality is a critical factor in influencing the educational outcome of the educational institute on one hand and employability of the graduates on the other. In todays contemporary world the interests of many stakeholders like students, parents, future employers, the State and funding bodies need to be taken care of while developing a strategy leading to quality in higher education. The academic freedom and flexibility granted to educational institutes like universities make the adoption of quality control exercise a complex and difficult one. This necessitates developing a stringent monitoring mechanism to maintain and improve the standards of education.
EVALUATION OF GRANULAR MATERIAL QUALITY ACCORDING TO CURRENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR GRANULAR BASES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
M.E. Montes-Arvizu, O. Chávez Alegría*, S.A. Zamora Castro Establishing the quality methods and specifications for the granular material of the granular base is a topic of interest and concern to societies. However, it is common to find in many regions that quality specifications are obsolete, do not present the current level of knowledge about the characterization of granular material and reject the use of some materials for not meeting their requirements. The objective of this investigation is to evaluate consistency and compliance of different granular material properties with respect to current standards of granular base of pavement, by means of the standard deviation and Percent within Limits (PWL) respectively. The quality requirements analyzed are the percentage of elongated and slab particles, sand equivalent value, liquid limit, plasticity index, resistance to abrasion and California Bearing Ratio (CBR) index. The results showed that the granular materials do not satisfactorily meet the requirements of the standards as well as the properties of the materials are inconsistent. This suggests that the current requirements for bases probably need to be restructured to obtain a higher compliance for materials that present geotechnical conditions similar to those evaluated in this research, under scientific support and without compromising the stability and functionality of the base.
Financial Intermediation : Analysis and Perspectives published in

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Maria Pompo The paper analyzes the role of financial intermediaries , focusing especially the implications for monetary policy . And it also tried to consider , however briefly , the pattern of international regulation for more resilient banks and banking systems , namely , Basel 3 .
Physico-chemical and aquatic insects diversity of pond ecosystem in Karwar, India published in

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Vasantkumar B | Roopa SV This study was aimed to study the diversity of aquatic insects and physicochemical factors of water in pond of Karwar, India. The aquatic insects were collected using insects net from the study area during June 2009 to May 2010. 15 species belonging to 6 orders were found, with the highest number of aquatic insects from the order Hemiptera. The most abundant order was Coleoptera which were very commonly found during the study period. Physicochemical values of water, air temperature, pH, DO, DO, CO2, TA, Cl2, PO4 and NH4 were measured.

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