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STUDY ON SYNERGISTIC ACTION OF CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM (CINNAMON) AND ANTIBIOTICS AGAINST RESISTANT PSEUDOMONAS SPECIES published in

Indian Journal of Microbiology Research

Published by Innovative Publication
Vijay N. Charde, Shweta M. Bhiwankar, Pratik M. Bezalwar Background: Pseudomonas aeruginosa has become an important cause of infection, especially in patients with compromised host defense mechanisms. Thus, it is a frequent cause of nosocomial infections. Development of drug resistance in Pseudomonas is worldwide problem and tough challenge to medical practitioners; Methods: Present study involves the isolation of Pseudomonas from the patients suffering from the ailments like respiratory tract infection, UTI, etc. and studying the antibiotic resistant pattern of these isolates and synergistic action of cold and hot water and methanol extracts of Cinnamomum zeylanicum on the activity of antibiotics by agar diffusion method; Results: Out of 28 isolates of Pseudomonas isolates five isolates exhibiting wide resistance pattern were selected for study. The results showed synergistic effect of Cinnamomum zeylanicum on the antibiotics which are ineffective against the Pseudomonas isolates. Cold methanol and cold water extract showed good synergistic effect with antibiotics AK, CTX, CAZ, PI, G, CPZ, CPM, CB, NET, TCC, CTR, IPM, AT & AZ against Isolate P-19 making it susceptible to these antibiotics. Hot extract of both methanol and water showed no synergistic effect against Isolate P-19. All the extracts of Cinnamomum zeylanicum have shown no significant synergistic effect on the antibiotics against Isolate P-3, P-4, P-20 and P-26; Conclusions: Cinnamom extract is effective in combination with antibiotic in dealing the drug resistance problem of Pseudomonas and such synergy is important in exploring the new options for drug resistance problem of many pathogens.
Migrant Workers Rihgts and HIV/AIDS in India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K.lakshmipathi Human Rights a special category of rights. According to natural law theory, a human right is a higher or-der kind of right that is morally based and that is universal, in the sense that it belongs to equally to all persons simply because they are human beings. Migration may be a part of a strategy to avoid not only the state, but other relationships as well. In particular migration should happen in the rural areas majorly. This may be the result of changed living or working conditions in the places which people migrant to. This migration leads to various problems and diseases apart from the dangerous diseases HIV/AIDS is the most present burning disease which damages the body gradually and kills the person .This article helps to bring awareness about migrant rights and the prevention measures of the evil diseases like HIV/AIDS
A RARE CASE OF DROPPED HEAD SYNDROME (ISOLATED NECK EXTENSOR MYOPATHY) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Kranti Gouripur1, Dr. Arun Kumar S Bilodi*2, Dr. P. Rajasekaran3, Dr. A. Senthil Ganesh4 Aim of the study: The objective of present study is to report a rare case of Dropped Head Syndrome that was seen in 29 years old male from Ramanathapuram near Rameshwaram, Tamilnadu, South India. Place of study: This case was studied in the outpatient department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) at Velammal Medical College Hospital and Research Institute, Madurai. Period of Study: This case was studied and investigated in detail in the month of May 2014 in the above hospital. Case Report: A young male aged 29years came with history of head drop over the chin and difficulty in having food for one year. He needed support to have food. On examination he had atrophy of muscles of posterior aspect of the neck, associated with wasting of extensor muscles of the neck. He was thoroughly investigated and found to have left vocal cord palsy and wasting of extensor muscles of the neck by undergoing videolaryngoscopy. This study was compared and well correlated with available literature. Conclusion: Since this is a rare case of Dropped Head Syndrome associated with atrophy of the extensor muscles in the cervical region and left vocal cord palsy hence this syndrome made us interesting to study.
APROXIMACIÓN TEÓRICA AL USO DEL PROYECTO EDUCATIVO CANAIMA COMO HERRAMIENTA PARA FORTALECER LA CALIDAD EDUCATIVA. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
Eglis Coromoto Quintero Gómez Universidad Nacional Experimental “Rafael María Baralt” eglis2311@hotmail.com Zulia, Venezuela THEORETICAL APPROACH TO THE USE OF EDUCATIONAL PROJECT AS A TOOL TO STRENGTHEN CANAIMA EDUCATION QUALITY. The research aims to generate a theoretical approach that substantiates the use of Canaima Education Project as a tool to strengthen the quality of education in primary schools in the parish Marcelino Briceño, municipality Baralt, Zulia state. It will take place in primary schools in the parish Marcelino Briceño, municipality Baralt. Referential theories will be based on González (2012), Centeno et al (2011), among others. For the qualitative development through the phenomenological method supported by hermeneutics that enable understanding of the phenomena in its various manifestations approach is assumed. Key informants will be selected according to criteria of qualitative research, based on the fact that they are teachers of the aforementioned schools and pledged to voluntarily participate in the research. So they shall be considered as informants five classroom teachers. For the development of the study will be used as instruments an unstructured interview, audio recordings, that will study in depth analysis units. The findings will generate the above theoretical construct.
EVOLUTION OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AND LIPID PROFILE ALTERATION IN CONTINOUS INTAKE OF MICROWAVE FOOD IN CHICKEN published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Sharmila Banu Gani* and Pradeepa Microwave (MW) technology has been widely used in different field in our lives. The microwaves are electromagnetic waves with wavelengths ranging from as long as one meter to as short as one millimetre. Health consideration of microwave radiation has been the major subject of scientific investigation for the last decades. The present study was designed to study the 2.45GHz low level microwave exposed food for 3200 C for 10 mint broiler chicken. The main objective of this study to find out the effect of continuous intake of microwave exposed food for 30 days to the chicken. At the end of 30 days the chicken were sacrificed and biochemical parameters were determined in liver and muscles. It was observed that the level of lipid profile showed significant increase in experimental chicken as compared to control group. Feeding of microwave exposed food induced hepatotoxicity.
AN AGILE MANUFACTURING CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERP RISES (SMES) OF SOUTH GUJARAT REGION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Nikunj S Patel * , Dr. Pragnesh K Brahmbhatt, Dr. T.N. Desai In the era of industrial revolution, customer required the any product with the low cost and higher quality. Also the customer demands are not static. So to satisfy the customer dynamic demand, companies are required to some changes in the manufacturing strategy and use the modern tools like Agile Manufacturing, Green Manufacturing, and Sustainable Manufacturing. Small an d medium scale Enterprises are the major important role to in the growth of the any country so, I prepared the questionnaire for the critical success factor for agile manufacturing of south Gujarat region and taking 347 responses from the different manufac turing industries like chemical Sector, textile sector, fabrication sector etc. By using the SPSS - AMOS software, individual 9 - constructs are analyze and then finally prepared Agile manufacturing conceptual model for the SMEs of south Gujarat region. This m odel provides the concept and estimated values about the agile manufacturing to enhance the agility of any organization.
Improving Supply Chain Performance Through Organizational Design: Insights from key suppliers to the United States Air Force published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
David J. Ketchen, Jr., T. Russell Crook, James G. Combs, J. David Patterson Creating organizational designs that maximize performance is a key goal for many executives. We sought to uncover ways that a giant organization the United States Department of Defense (DoD) could improve its performance via organazational design changes. Based on input from 80 executives who collectively represent over 60 defense contractors, we found that the DoD could become more efficient and effective by (1) relying on relational contracting within its supply chains, (2) designing better reward systems, (3) focusing on results rather than processes when managing its suppliers, (4) moving its supply chains toward a best value approach, and (5) investing strategically in its workforce. In drawing implications from our findings for organizations in general, we highlight companies that have reaped rewards from making these five moves in the past.
DETERMINATION OF THE MOL% G+C VALUES OF BACTERIAL DNA ISOLATED FROM AL-BAIJY OIL REFINERY WORKERS, IRAQ published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Mohemid M Al-Jebouri*1 and Ashwaq N Al-Doori2 Background: A number of air pollutants have been consistently linked to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease including asthma which has emerged as the principal occupational infectious lung diseases. The first unique feature of DNA that was recognized as having taxonomic importance was its mole percent guanine plus cytosine content (Johanson, 1981). Among the bacteria, the mol% G+C values range from 25-75 and the value is constant for a given organism. Closely related bacteria have similar mol% G+C values. Methodology: Genomic DNA was extracted from 15 unknown bacterial isolates from respiratory systems of oil refinery workers and standard strain of Escherichia. coli mj83 (the mol % G + C of the DNA is: 50.9) as control by the salting-out. Results: Five samples were with high purity ranged between 1.7- 1.97, eight samples showed purity between 1.51- 1.61, two samples were 1.05 and 1.11 and one was 2.5. Conclusions: Three oxidative isolates showed low purity of DNA also showed unstable readings of UV absorbance at 260 nm, so that it was difficult to find the correct Tm for each of them. This might be due to presence of pollutants which interact with the absorbance of DNA at 260 nm.
IMPACT OF EXPRESSIVE THERAPY ON THE ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES published in

International Education and Research Journal

Published by
Saumya Chandra, Dr. S. Rajaguru Expressive Therapy is the therapeutic use of expressive and creative modalities (art, music, group chanting, poetry, drama, storytelling, movement/dance, sand play etc.), to address various mental health issues and to promote personal growth and wellness. Expressive Therapy is coordinated collections of personal growth method developed specifically to help children and adults neuro-psychologically who are in need. Expressive therapies add a unique dimension to psychotherapy and counseling because they have several specific characteristics not always found in strictly verbal therapies, Out of all types of disabilities, intellectual disability poses greater challenges than the other types do. This paper is an attempt to analyze whether Expressive Therapy influence the adaptive behavior of children with intellectual disability. The results prove that significant changes could be brought by giving Expressive Therapy to children with mild intellectual disabilities. Also it shows traditional methods of chanting mantras in Sanskrit can be added as a compulsory component in the curriculum of teacher training programs. It can be an effective technique to enhance study skills among children with mild intellectual disabilities.
RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF ANOMALIES AND DISEASE PREDICTION USING NOVEL OPTIMAL SEGMENTATION FRAMEWORK FOR VARIOUS NON – EQUILIBRIUM BRAIN TISSUE ANGULAR MOMENTUM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nageswara Reddy P*, C.P.V.N.J.Mohan Rao, Ch.Satyanarayana With the growing need for clinical diagnosis accuracy, the need for automation or computer aided analysis is also growing. Moderate numbers of methods are introduced to analyse the biological symptoms and produce the report to be recognized by the trained professions. Conversely, the final analysis is prone to errors due because of human interpretations. Also the computer aided reports leave huge scope for multiple further diagnoses. Thus the need of a novel algorithm for predictive analysis of diseases for brain disorder is much expected. This paper presents a fully reliable brain disease detection mechanism based on an enhancement in accuracy of multilateral filter and applied watershed method with EM-GM method. The proposed optimal unification method is timely and optimal methods to process the optimal sets of segments are divided and finest merged results. The multilateral filter enhances the image edges for better segmentation using signal amplitude moderation of the pixel. The final outcome of this paper produces the brain regions detected with anomalies and possible diseases, thus the number of possible further medical investigations are reduced.
Educational Growth and Women Education published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. ERICHARLA RAJU, Prof .B. SAMBASIVA RAO Every country develops its system of education to express and promote its unique social-cultural identity and also to meet the challenges of the times.The indigenous system of education in India is based on Hindu and Islamic orientation. Later English system of education was developed with the legacy of Britishers to serve the commercial cum political interests of Britishers. Female literacy is considered to be a more sensitive index of social development compared to overall literacy rates. Female literacy is negatively related with fertility rates, population growth rates, infant and child mortality rates and shows a positive association with female age at marriage, life expectancy, participation in modern sectors of the economy, and above all, female enrolment. Female literacy rate has grown from 8 per cent in 1951 to 39 per cent in 1991. Rural-urban and inter-group disparities were sharp. The rural-urban divide was the sharpest amongst females. Urban females were twice as well off in literacy as compared to their rural counterparts. Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) females were at the bottom of the heap. India began its journey towards the goal of universal and free basic education little more than 6 decades ago with the Indian Constitution stating, The State shall endeavour to provide, within a period of ten years from the commencement of this Constitution, for free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of fourteen years. After the attainment of independence, there has been a much more rapid expansion in the field of higher education.This paper attempts to studyis t o examine the Women Education in India, Growth of Educational Institutions, Percentage of Womens Enrolment to Total Enrolment According to Faculties: 1950-51 to 1965-66 and Enrolment of Women in the Universities and Colleges: 1950-51 to 2000-01.
EFFICIENT ACCESS CONTROL SECURITY ASSURANCE IN CLOUD COMPUTING USING BGKM WITH SHAMIR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Shashank V, Srinivas Reddy T and Kulkarni P S In order to facilitate the testing of PV systems, PV panels are required and it is necessary to connect them in different configurations to get the required output voltage and power. The output of PV panels depends on environmental factors like insolation, temperature, inclination of the panel, partial shading, etc. hence it is difficult to maintain and reproduce the same characteristics of PV panel. Therefore PV emulator is required to maintain and reproduce the same characteristics irrespective of weather conditions to facilitate the testing of PV systems. The aim of this paper is to design a controlled DCDC converter which acts as PV emulator.
A Survey Conducted on E-Agriculture with Indian Farmers? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sumitha Thankachan, Dr. S. Kirubakaran? Technological importance have been a great support for making decisions in various fields especially in agriculture. The development of agriculture has been on under development for the past few years due to lack of Agriculture knowledge and environmental changes. The main aim of this paper is to reach farmers for their awareness, usage and perception in e-Agriculture. The study used statistical survey design technique to collect data from farmers for their awareness in e-Commerce. The results obtained indicated the level of awareness is less such that there is a need for e-agriculture for their support. e-Agriculture is a platform for supporting marketing of agricultural products
Cost Benefit Analysis and Yield Performance of Agricultural Crops Under Poplar and Fruit Crop in North Western Zone of Punjab, India. published in

Published by
S Rani, A Rajasekaran, D K Benbi, S K Chauhan A field experiment was conducted during 2012-14 at farmers field at Chabal village, Taran Taran district of Punjab state, India. Results of the study revealed that performance (plant height, no of grains per ear, seed and straw yield) of agricultural crops (wheat and toria) was better in open environment than in association with tree. The poplar growth parameters (tree height, diameter at breast height, crown spread, crown height and tree volume) showed better performance under agroforestry system. Benefit-cost ratio of wheat under poplar (1.26 and 1.32), under hard pear (1.19 and 1.57), and in open environment (2.22 and 2.64) were recorded during period of study. The corresponding values under agroforestry (2.53) and agri-horticulture (oil+fruit crop, 1.74) were recorded after five years. Whereas, benefit-cost ratio of oil seed crop under hard pear was 0.21 and in open environment was 0.73. In comparison to all, agroforestry land use system under wheat and poplar is viable and more profitable
The Indications and Outcome of Spine Surgery, Oghara- Experience published in

Published by
Enemudo Re BACKGROUND: The vertebral spine is an important structure in the body housing the spinal cord. It is affected by trauma, degenerative and tumour conditions. Treatment of these pathologic conditions is both conservative and operative. The operative method of treatment is poorly developed in Nigeria for different reasons. The essence of this study is to highlight the indications and outcome of spine surgery in DELSUTH, Oghara. DELSUTH is a tertiary health institution in the south-south geopolitical zone in Nigeria. PATIENTS AND METHOD: A retrospective study patients managed for spine pathology using surgery from December 2012 to September 2014. Surgeries done were laminectomy, discectomy, fusion with bone graft and stabilization with pedicle screws, lateral mass screws and connecting rods. Follow up period was 6-27months. RESULTS: A total of 14 patients were managed. 9 males and 5 females with a M:F ratio of 9:5. The age range was 33-77 years (mean=46.8years). 5patients had hemi-laminectomy for lumbar disc prolapse(35%), 1 had thoracic laminectomy for acute traumatic paraplegia at the thoracic level(7%), laminectomy + fusion+ stabilization with pedicle screw for spondylolisthesis in 2 patients(14.3%) and laminectomy + neural foraminotomy+ partial facetectomy in 6 patients. Dural tear occurred in 2 patients (14.3%), out of which died from pulmonary embolism. Hospital stay was 5 days for uncomplicated surgical cases while those with dural tear stayed 2weeks and a month respectively. Outcome was good in 13 patients (93%). CONCLUSION: The use of spine surgery in patients who have failed conservative treatment has very encouraging outcomes. Efforts should be made to encourage both orthopaedic and neurosurgeons to develop this aspect of treatment to reduce the present poor morbidity and mortality currently prevailing in the country. In addition, the loss of revenue to the country caused by patients seeking treatment outside the country will reduce significantly
Analytical Investigation of Rupture Phenomena in Sheet Hydroforming Process by Hemispherical Punch published in

International Journal of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology

Published by Azad University Majlesi Branch
A. Naddaf Oskouei*, M. R. Elhami & I. Karami Fath Rupture and wrinkling are two prevalent phenomena that happen in hydroforming process. Many efforts have been made to achieve the upper and lower bounds for the pressure related to rupture and wrinkling of sheet, respectively. The aim of this investigation is to improve the upper bound of fluid pressure in hydroforming process by hemispherical punch. In this article, analytical study of the upper bound of fluid pressure based on new assumption of Hill theory is presented. Next, governing equations of the process is derived, and numerical methods are used to solve these equations. In this process, the effect of material and geometric properties on the upper bound pressure is investigated. The results are compared with experimental and theoretical based on Tresca criterion. The study on the effect of geometry and material shows that increasing the sheet thickness raises the upper bound pressure. Moreover, the reduction of sheet to punch diameter ratio leads to increase of the upper bound pressure. On the other hand, decreasing the friction force as well as increasing the anisotropic coefficient both causes the rise of upper bound pressure. Finally, the increase of work hardening parameter leads to the rise of rupture point.
PERCEPTUAL ASSESSMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL GARDENS BY YOUTH published in

Journal of the International Scientific Researches

Published by Dr. Hayrullah Kahya
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Tuğba DÜZENLİ, Araş. Gör. Elif Merve ALPAK, Sinem KIZILASLAN
Protecting Confidential Information And Trade Secrets As Intellectual Property published in

Published by
Suvrashis Sarkar As the name itself suggests, trade secret is a secret knowledge or information which is kept confidential. This may consist of any formula, pattern, device or compilation of information which is used in ones business and which gives opportunity to obtain an advantage over competitors who do not know or use it. The subject of a trade secret must be secret, and must not be of public knowledge or of a general knowledge in the trade or business. This necessary element of secrecy is not lost, however, if the holder of the trade secret reveals the trade secret to another in confidence, and under an implied obligation not to use or disclose it. These others may include those of the holders employees to whom it is necessary to confide it, in order to apply it to uses for which it is intended. Often the recipient of the confidential knowledge of the subject of a trade secret is a licensee of its holder. Since some years there has been a demand for a more codified and comprehensive mechanism of protection and enforcement of the trade secrets. Some researchers have defined trade secrets from an intellectual property perspective and some from the industrial point of view. There has been therefore two demands at the same time first being the suggestion to include trade secrets as an IPR and to afford efficient protection within the IPR regime, and the second being a separate creation of sui generis system for the protection of trade secrets. This paper takes in to account trade secrets and confidential information as an integral part of business management and therefore explores the possibility of protecting this vital matter as an intellectual property of an organization.
ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION AND ITS AFTER EFFECTS ON EMPLOYEES’ ATTITUDE: A STUDY ON POWER DISTRIBUTION published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr. Sujit Kumar, Manali Takkar This paper seeks to analyze the impact of a high magnitude change on employees’ attitude that has occurred in the power distribution sector in Delhi, India. It also advocates the role of PublicPrivate-Partnership (PPP) model in transforming an ailing public-utility into a successful public-private enterprise. The research is based on the primary study conducted on a power distribution company viz., Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) by means of a structured questionnaire that is administered to 210 employees located at various offices of TPDDL in Delhi. Simple random sampling technique is employed and the data is analyzed through the application of mean and independent sample t-test. The study confirms that employees hold positive attitude towards organizational transformation of a public entity Delhi Vidyut Board (DVB) into TPDDL on the basis of Public-PrivatePartnership (PPP). It further provides the strong basis for transforming other public utilities seeking transformation in the near future by earning employees’ commitment at every step, as well as achieving excellence by delivering quality services. This study is based on employees’ perception; hence all limitations typical to attitudinal survey would be applicable to this study as well. The paper highlights the cooperative attitude of employees during transformation, as well as reports the positive attitude of employees after transformation. It emerges as a role model for other public-utilities whose conditions are deteriorating day-by-day due to inefficiency in the system which, in turn, creates unnecessary financial burden on the exchequer. Thus, the paper advocates the use of PPP in transforming ailing public utilities. Keywords: organizational change, organizational transformation, perception, power distribution, public-private-partnership.
KIKUCHI FUJIMOTO DISEASE NECROTISING CERVICAL LYMPHADENITIS published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
Jyotsna Suri, Kumari Rita Kikuchi- Fujimoto disease is a rare benign self-limited disease of unclear etiology. It is important to recognize and diagnose this entity as it closely mimics and is often mistakenly clinically diagnosed as lymphoma. Case report: - We report a case of young male of 24 years age with fever and tender cervical lymphadenopathy. FNAC suggested a diagnosis of reactive lymphadenitis and patient put on broad spectrum antibiotics. As the patient showed no response the biopsy of the cervical lymph node was done and microscopy suggested the diagnosis of Kikuchi disease. Conclusion: - Kikuchi Fujimoto disease is a rare self-limited disease, more common in females .Our case is again a rare case of Kikuchis disease reported in a male patient. Clinician and pathologist should be aware of this entity and keeping it as a close differential diagnosis in appropriate cases will minimize the unnecessary treatment and its side effect.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AND ORGANIZATIONAL SILENCE: AN EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Arzu Karaca Cakinberk, Nurten Polat Dede, Gulsen Yilmaz Workers can be work more productive and efficient in the work environment where they trust and able to explain problems, idea and suggestions smoothly. Otherwise, workers dont express their ideas and opinions related to the organization and become silent with protection against potential reactions; fear of being problematic person; and even the worker states problems, what the worker says doesnt have any effect. The purpose of this research is to draw attention to organizational silence and organizational trust and to raise awareness of these notions for contributing to managers develop informative and guiding solutions; creating development, change and increase performance in organizations. In this context, it is intended to figure out relationship between organizational silence and organizational trust and to assess its effect on a public university. The data were collected from 156 academic personnel with improved survey forms. In analysis result there is a statistically significant negative, close to moderate relationship between workers organizational trust perception and organizational silence behavior.
Viscometric Intermolecular Interaction studies in binary liquid mixture of carbon tetrachloride with benzene and its substituted products. published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
K. Yadav, Anita Kumari* and Santosh Kumar Viscosities (? ) of binary liquid mixtures of carbon tetrachloride with benzene and its substituted products viz. toluene, m?xylene, ethyl benzene and chlorobenzene have been measured at two different temperatures 293.15 k and 303.15k. Excess volume of mixing (VE) and deviation of viscosities ( ?? ) of mixtures from ideal mole fraction law and parameter (d) as a measure of strength of intermolecular interaction between components of binary mixtures have been calculated from data of viscosities. Excess volumes have been found to be negative and positive in sign for binary mixtures of carbon tetrachloride with toluene and chlorobenzene and carbon tetrachloride with benzene, ethyl benzene and m?xylene respectively at entire mole fraction range and at both temperatures i.e. 293.15 k and 303.15 k. On the other hand, ?? were found to be negative for binary mixtures of carbon tetrachloride with toluene, m?xylene and chlorobenzene, except the binary mixture of carbon tetrachloride with benzene at entire mole fraction range and temperature metntioned. Positive value of excess volumes for three mixtures (carbon tetrachloride with benzene, m?xylene and ethyl benzene) show weak intermolecular interactions between components. However, the negative value of ?? for binary mixtures of carbon tetrachloride with toluene, m?xylene and chlorobenzene show weak interaction between components. The different average value of parameter d (dav) for different binary systems show different extent of molecular interactions present there in. The experimental values of VE have been analyzed in the light of Flory`s theory.
Hypothyroidism, its association with body composition, anthropometric measurements and physical activity levels published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
NIDHI BUDHALAKOTI ANDKALPANAKULSHRESTHA Objective: To establish relationship between, body composition, anthropometric measurements and physical activity levels with hypothyroidism. Material and methods: The study was carried out in Pantnagar area of Udham Singh Nagar district, Uttarakhand on 150 female subjects of age between 21 to 50 years, selected by random sampling. The plan of study was carried out in two phases. Basic anthropometric measurements such as weight, height, waist and hip circumference measurements were taken using standard methods. Body composition of the subjects was determined using bioelectrical impedance and physical activity levels of the subjects was also determined in the first phase. Blood samples of the subjects suspected to have hypothyroidism (n=30) on the basis of symptoms, anthropometric measurements and body composition analysis were also collected for estimation of thyroid hormone levels in the second phase. Results: A significant positive correlation was seen (p<0.01) in case of anthropometric and body composition parameters such as weight, waist circumference, hip circumference, body mass index and fat mass per cent whereas, in case of fat free mass, total body water, protein, mineral and muscle mass per cent a significant negative correlation was seen with hypothyroidism. On the basis of physical activity pattern there was a significant difference between the average number of hours spent by hypothyroid patients (7.60.39) and normal subjects (7.400.59) in sleeping, physical work like brisk walking, exercise, jogging or yoga and average number of hours spent in leisure (chatting, socialization, watching T.V., reading magazine, listening to music, napping). There was a non-significant positive correlation between disease and hours spent in sleeping, leisure and household work. Whereas, a non-significant negative correlation was seen between disease and hours spent in personal care/ grooming or hygiene, miscellaneous activities, physical work and occupational work. Conclusion: Conclusively it can be said that individuals with high weight, BMI and waist and hip circumference along with the symptoms like weight gain, puffy face, hands and feet, increased need for sleep, constipation, poor muscle tone (muscle hypotonia), impaired cognitive function (brain fog) and inattentiveness, depression etc. should undergo body composition analysis and biochemical screening for thyroid function so that their status is clear. If in such individuals after body composition analysis fat mass per cent is increased along with decreased fat free mass, total body water, protein, mineral and muscle mass per cent and thyroid function tests are not normal mainly with increased TSH levels and with or without reduced T3 and T4 levels then the individuals are suffering from hypothyroidism.
Synthesis and crystal structure of 4-((2-aphthalen-1-yl)- diazenyl) benzenesulfonamide published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ali BENOSMANE1, HassibaBOUGUERRIA1, Abdelkader BOUCHOUL1* andSalah Eddine BOUAOUD1 The unsymmetrical azo-compound namely 4-((2-hydroxynaphthalen-1-yl) diazenyl) benzeneesulfonamide was synthesized and isolated as crystal reddish-orange needles. Crystal structure determination was occurred by X-ray diffraction. Resolution of structure shows a dimer of formula C32H26N6O6S2 which crystallizes in space group P21 / a, monoclinic system with: a = 7.4033, b = 15.1317 c = 26.2888; ? =90.00, ? = 95.1787 , ? =90.00.
Evaluation of Histopathological Changes in Gallbladder Mucosa in Relation to Gallstones with Duration published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mohd. Arshad Raza, Jagadamba Sharan, Chandra Prakash Pandey, M. D. Tripathi Gallstone diseases are very common throughout the world including India. It is estimated that between 85% and 90% of patients who have gallstones remain asymptomatic and less than 20% chance to develop symptoms. There have risk of disease related complications such as acute cholecystitis, gallstone pancreatitis and choledocholithiasis. The present study was conducted on 100 patients of gallbladder diseases irrespective of gender aged between 11 to 65 years. Out of 100 patients cholecystectomy was carried out on 87 patients. 13 patients of gallbladder disease left the hospital before their full work-up. The histopathological evaluation revealed that 44 cases (50.57%) were having only chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis, 18 cases (20.69%) were of acute on chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis, 13 cases (14.94%) were of Chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis with Metaplasia of gallbladder mucosa, 9 cases (10.34%) were of Chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis with Dysplasia of gallbladder mucosa,3 cases (3.45%) were of Chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis with Carcinoma gallbladder (Adenocarcinoma). Prophylactic cholecystectomy can be offered to patients having asymptomatic cholelithiasis as there is high incidence of gallstone related complications including carcinoma gallbladder.
A Study on Stock Market Volatility: Futures & Options V/S Cash Market published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nilesh P. Movalia The Study is to know the impact of F&O on Stock Market Volatility with reference to S&P CNX Nifty. Derivatives (F&O) was introduces in the June, 2000 and its made Indian security market more volatile. Study was conducted for the period of June, 2000-01 to 2014-15(February).By using published data of derivative turnover and cash market and CNX NIFTY from NSE and SEBI reports and websites. Finally by using regression analysis the study concluded that there would be a positive impact/relationship between derivatives trading and cash market and CNX NIFTY.
The self cognitive apprehension in Burkina environnement published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Olivier Zemba Nowadays, many researches have been made in the framework of a certain self-cognitive apprehension. Indeed in every day life, individuals have tendency to compare themselves with others to be more conformable to the standard of their environment in the only purpose to give to another, a good image of themselves. These individuals developp strategies which will going to allow them to be different from the others,but by staying congruous to the standard of the given situation. They are tending to characterize the others and to show themselves close to the other
General and specific combining ability effects for yield and its component in okra [Abelmoschus esculentus(L.) Moench] published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K.R.KHATIK*, R.CHODHARY1 AND C.L. KHATIK1 The present investigation was conducted to magnitude the combining ability in Okra [Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench] for identifying desirable parents. The experiment comprised of 36 hybrids obtained by crossing 15 parents (12 lines and 3 tasters) for line x taster analysis. All the hybrids and their parents were sown in a randomized block design with three replications at department of Horticulture, Institute of Agricultural Science, Bundelkhand University, and Jhansi (U.P.). The parents and hybrids were sown in single row and 5 plants were selected randomly for recording observation for all the characters. Combining ability analysis of variances for general and specific combining ability was highly significant for all the characters under study. The study revealed that presents KS-440, KS-448, KS-427and KS- 455 were significantly superior general combiners for yield and its contributing characters. However, the cross combinations KS-448 x KS -404, KS-440 x KS-404, KS-427 x KS-404 and KS-453 x P.K. were found to be significantly superior specific combinations for yield and yield contributing characters. It indicated that both additive as well as non-additive gene actions were responsible for controlling these characters
VARIATION OF PITCH AND FORMANTS IN DIFFERENT AGE GROUP published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Jasdeep Kaur & Vanita Narang This paper addresses effects of age on certain acoustic properties of speech. Each human being goes through the process of ageing. Our voices and speech patterns changes from early childhood to old age. We examined there is difference in vowel acoustics between older and younger adults, possibly related to age-related changes in vocal tract morphology. In fact, younger children show higher phone duration and larger spectral and temporal variability than older children and adults. Analysis of vowel transition and the amount of spectral difference between vowels are clearly age-dependent. Younger children, in fact, show shorter transition duration and larger spectral difference in vowel. The purpose of this study was to examine the differences in variability of several measures of the speech produced by the adult female and child. The speech of female (child aged between 5-15 years, younger aged between 20-45 years, older aged between 50-85 years) was evaluated for identification of differences for age group across measure of fundamental and formant frequencies. A strong correlation between age and accuracy was found. In our study we have proved fundamental frequency decreases according to our age. Results show that older adults had overall lower frequency formants, and qualitatively different shaped vowel spaces, than the younger adults. Female has high pitch for younger age group and low pitch for old age group.
Road Safety Audit for Kapurai - Dabhoi Section of State Highway-11 published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Oza Daksheshkumar B., Prof. S. M. Damodariya Road network of any country has a notable role to play for countries economy and growth. Transportation through road networks satisfies the basic needs of people. Many lives are lost and huge amount of property damage occurs due to accidents. This paper is an attempt to analyze the traffic safety situation Kapurai - Dabhoi Section of SH-11, Gujarat, India and to identify countermeasures for stretches in which the total harm caused by crashes can be substantially and readily reduced. In this study I have identified the road accidents, its causes, variation with respect to yearly, monthly, hourly, user type vehicle, age, seasonal. I have also identified black spots in the study area and given suggestion to improve safety of road users. I have also created linear regression model in which I have establish relationship between years with type of accidents.
An Effective Data Communication Using IEEE 802.15.4 For Wireless Sensor Network published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
S.Anthony Jesudurai, Dr.A.Senthilkumar, A.Puviarasu Wireless Sensor Network are commonly used in all sector for data processing. The design of low rate Wireless Personal Area Network (LR-WPAN) by IEEE 802.15.4 standard has been developed to support lower data rates and low power consuming application. Where in industry the wired communication is more expensive or impossible due to physical conditions. A shortcoming of the existing wireless industrial communication standards is the existence of overcomplicated routing protocols and design topology. Zigbee wireless sensor network works on the network application layer in IEEE 802.15.4. Zigbee networks are configured in star, tree or mesh topology whose performance varies from topology to topology. Performances parameters are network lifetime, energy consumption, throughput, data delivery delay and sensor field coverage area vary depend on the network topology. The applications of Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks for Process Automation are time-critical, subject to requirements in terms of end-to-end delay and reliability of data delivery. In this Paper, designing of hybrid topology by using three possible combinations such as star-tree, star-mesh and star-tree-mesh for Wireless Sensor Network. The designed hybrid star-tree-mesh topology uses Zigbee communication protocol with two different routing protocol AODV and DSR for safe and economic data communication in industrial fields. Star-Tree-Mesh proposed hybrid zigbee sensor network performs better than other two topology Star-Tree and Star-Mesh.
Case Study on :'œMarketing strategies of Henry Ford of heart surgery - Narayana Health Care also known as Narayana Hrudayalaya, Leading India in World for Health care' published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Manish Gupta œBengal Famine was not due to lack of food, it is the lack of paying capacity to buy food“ Dr. Amartya Sen In 2001, Shetty founded Narayana Hrudayalaya (NH), a multi-specialty hospital in Bommasandra on the outskirts of Bangalore. He believes that the cost of healthcare can be reduced by 50 percent in the next 5“10 years if hospitals adopt the idea of economies of scale. Apart from cardiac surgery, NH also has cardiology, neurosurgery, paediatric surgery, haematology and transplant services, and nephrology among various others. The heart hospital is the largest in the world with 1000 beds performing over 30 major heart surgeries a day. The land, on which the health city was built, was previously a marshland which was reclaimed for this purpose. The Health City intends to cater to about 15,000 outpatients every day. In August 2012, Shetty announced an agreement with TriMedx, a subsidiary of Ascension Health, to create a joint venture for a chain of hospitals in India. In the past Narayana Hrudayalaya has collaborated with Ascension Health to set up a health care city in the Cayman Islands, planned to eventually have 2,000 beds. The case highlights how successful entrepreneurship can be done using technologies, the case is unique as it on social entrepreneurship, today is the world of Start-ups who use technologies, and case highlights how innovation ideas come from technologies use. Dr. Manish Gupta"Case Study on :œMarketing strategies of Henry Ford of heart surgery - Narayana Health Care also known as Narayana Hrudayalaya, Leading India in World for Health care" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9537.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/marketing/9537/case-study-on-œmarketing-strategies-of-henry-ford-of-heart-surgery---narayana-health-care-also-known-as-narayana-hrudayalaya-leading-india-in-world-for-health-care/dr-manish-gupta
Antiemetic Efficacyof Propofol- A Clinical Study published in

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

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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V Jaya, S.S. Vignesh People in rural India are a vulnerable group for snake bites. Only few case studies on hearing loss following snake bite are reported in the literature. We are reporting the case of a 29 year old male, with hearing loss following Krait snake bite in right glunttal region. He was diagnosed as snake bite with delayed presentation of symptoms at toxicology department. The audiological evaluation was carried out to identify degree, type of hearing loss and site of lesion.Puretone audiometry showed bilateral moderate sensory neural hearing loss. Thediagnosis was confirmed with Immitance,. Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions, Click evoked auditory brainstem response testing. From these results, it is evident that the snake bite victim has cochlear hearing loss. This could be due to the venom carried away from the wound by the lymphatics and then is circulated by the bloodstream throughout the body
UPDATE ON NOVEL TARGETED DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhandarkar Anoosha P, Kulkarni Sughosh S, Bhandarkar Akhila P, Shetty Manjula S, Aarthy R*and Dash Devasrita Novel methods of drug delivery have revolutionized the field of therapeutics. The technique of increasing the concentration of the medication in an affected/specific area of interest as compared to rest of the body by specialized way of drug delivery is termed as targeted drug delivery. This is beneficial to improvise the efficacy of medication as well as to reduce its individual dose requirement and the side effects. Targeted delivery of drugs, as the name suggests, enables the drug molecule to reach preferably to the desired tissue. Now a days in the pharmaceutical world, the research related to development of targeted drug delivery system is highly preferred and encouraged. A semiconductor nanostructure called quantum dot has made its significance in optics world due to its theoretically high quantum yield. Transdermal devices allow the drugs to be efficiently delivered across the skin barrier. Molecules irrespective of their sizes have successfully been delivered inside Folate Receptor-positive cells and tissue. For the treatment of human diseases, nasal and pulmonary routes of drug delivery are gaining increasing importance. These routes provide promising alternatives to parenteral drug delivery particularly for peptide and protein therapeutics.
Steel-plant Refractory: A Review published in

International Journal of Engineering and Techniques

Published by International Research Group
Dashrath Singh Kathait In the steel industry, competitive pressures such as worldwide demand, high cost of energy, environmental and safety regulations, competing materials, customer demand for high quality, and the high cost of capital have led to a need for changes across the industry. Refractories for all unit processes are selected on the basis of their longevity and the cleanliness of the steel. The various types of refractories influence the safe operation, energy consumption and product quality; therefore, selecting refractories to each application is of great importance. This study discusses the types, characteristics and properties of various refractories suitable for steel plant ladle.
Ecological evaluation of water of Sabarmati, Ahmedabad published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
KIRAN PRAJAPATI Sabarmati is one of the major rivers in Gujarat. It raises from the Aravalli hills and it covers a distance of 300 km. in the state and finally joins southwards to the gulf of Khambhat. This river can be considered as lifeline of this area, which fulfills the need of hundreds of villages, situated along the banks of the river. Due to anthropogenic activities, rapid industrial growth, domestic and agricultural activities of the region, the river water is being polluted, which is the case with almost all major rivers of the country. A year long study was conducted to measure the various physico-chemical and bacteriological parameters including levels of phytoplankton in the river water. The study revealed that there was indication of pollution in the river and hence preventive measures are required to avoid further deterioration of the river water quality
An Artificial Intelligence Based Glucometer for Diabetic Patients using Urinal Analysis published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
S. Geetha and V. Lakshminarayanan There are nearly about 50.8 million people in the world who have diabetes and maintaining the blood sugar level of diabetic patients is very important. The diabetic patient regularly monitor their glucose level by pricking the finger for taking blood samples 4-5 times a day and controls their sugar level by taking appropriate dosage of medicine. An artificial intelligence based image processing application has been developed, which non-invasively measures the glucose concentration present in the urine sample of a person and hence the equivalent blood glucose level of that person is inferred. Blood sugar level of a person from his/her urine sample has been monitored by noting the colour change of the test sample, when it is reacted with Benedict?s reagent. The colour change of the sample is identified with the help of the camera and displays the result in the form of hue (predominant colour) value. This measurement has become possible by training the neural network using the hue value as the input vector and the glucose value as the test vector. A linear relationship has been obtained successfully with an accuracy of about 96.93%.
Skills Mismatch between Industry needs and Institutions Output- Challenges for Higher Education in India published in

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S.Murugaia, Dr.V.Kubendran, Dr.A.Vimala India as a nation which have huge population base and out of the total population nearly 35% are between the age group of 15 to 21 where they are in a situation to enter the work place once they finish the education stream. But, due to lack of skill requirement and mismatch for industry, many people fail to enter in to the job market. There is need of higher education role to fill the gap. The main of role for the higher education sector is to supply suitably skilled graduates to the work place. However, the ability of the higher education sector to achieve this task has been questioned. Consequently, there is need some change in higher education curricula. Education is considered to be a process of skill formation and in this aspect it is treated at par with the process of capital formation. Economists argue that as demand for educational training increases, the systems need to meet the countrys requirement for people with high levels of skill and knowledge. But the major stumbling block in this growth path is the inadequate skill set of the workforce. While on the one side we have the worlds large stock of scientists, engineers and management graduates, we have been unable to derive full economic benefit from this talent base because of the mismatch between industry needs and institutions output.
ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE SHING TRIBE OF MOULVIBAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sahara Akter, Akmal Hosain Nipu, Humayra Naz Chyti, Protiva Rani Das, Md. Tabibul Islam, Mohammed Rahmatullah* Background. Documentation of indigenous medicinal practices has resulted in the discovery of a number of important allopathic drugs. The objective of this study was to document the ethnomedicinal practices of tribal healers of the Shing tribe residing in Moulvibazar district, Sylhet Division, Bangladesh. Methods. Interviews of the tribal healers were carried out with the help of a semi-structured questionnaire and the guided field-walk method. Results. Altogether 15 plants distributed into 11 families were observed to be used by the tribal healers. These plants were used for treatment of pain, gastrointestinal disorders, respiratory tract disorders, skin disorders, and infertility in women. A review of the scientific literature showed that the use of a number of plants can be justified on the basis of available scientific reports on pharmacological activities of the plants. Conclusion. The plants used by the Shing tribal healers merit further scientific studies towards discovery of potentially efficacious bioactive compounds from the plants.
HARBETSUVAN TEPESİNDEN BİR ERKEK HEYKELCİĞİ published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Celal ULUDAĞ Bahattin ÇELİK Kaya TOLON Yakındoğu’da ele geçen hayvan heykelcikleri dışında insan heykelcikleri ve idolleri Epi-paleolitik Dönem’in sonundan itibaren karşımıza çıkarlar. Neolitik Dönem’de ise yine hayvan heykelcikleri devam etmekle birlikte insan heykel ve heykelciklerinde büyük bir artış yaşanır.Özellikle Urfa bölgesinde erkek heykel ve heykelciklerinin sayısı artar.Erkek heykelleri kireçtaşından, heykelcikleri de genelde kireçtaşndan veya pişmiş topraktan yaparlar. Çanak Çömleksiz Neolitik Dönem’de erkek figürlerinin tasvir eklinin en belirgin özelliği,elleri ön tarafta birle tirilmi ekilde ve bazen fallusunu tutar tarzda yapılmalarıdır. Genelde ayakta veya oturarak tasvir edilirler.Şanlıurfa kent merkezinde bulunan Urfa- Yeni Mahalle erkek heykeli, Karahan Tepe’de ele geçen oturan erkek heykelciği, Göbekli Tepe’den ele geçen erkek heykelcikleri de tasvir şekli itibar ile benzer özellikler taşımaktadır. Son yıllarda Çanak Çömleksiz Neolitik döneme ait kaz ve ara armalar sonucu büyük ve küçük boyutlarda yapılmış erkek heykelleri veya heykelcikleri ele geçmiştir. Benzer özelliklere sahip bu erkek figürlerinden biri de 2017 yılında Harbetsuvan Tepesi kazısında ele geçmiştir.Harbetsuvan Tepesi erkek heykelciği oturur vaziyette tasvir edilmi falluslu bir heykel olup baş kısmı günümüze kadar korunamamıştır.Yapılan bu çalışmada, bölgede bulunmuş heykel ve heykelciklerin genel özellikleri ile tasvir edilme şekli üzerinde durulacak, Harbetsuvan Tepesi'nde ele geçmiş olan falluslu erkek heykelciği tanıtılacaktır.Özellikle, Harbetsuvan Tepesi erkek heykelciği, Nevali Çori, Göbekli Tepe, Urfa-Yeni Mahalle, Karahan Tepe, Kilisik ve Gaziantep’ten ele geçmiş erkek heykelcikleri ile karşılaştırılacaktır.
Effect of limited irrigation on growth and yield of rice varieties in a typic Haplustalf soil of Red and Laterite zone of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
M. GHOSH, P. K. PATRA AND 1C. BHATTACHARYYA A field experiment was conducted to explore the potentiality of growing rice varieties under limited supply of irrigation water. Seven varieties of rice under 5 water management practices were evaluated in the farmers field at Jhargram. Water management practices exerted significant influence on height, grain and straw yield and the highest grain yield (3.38 t ha-1) was recorded under continuously flooded water regime (CF). Limited supply of irrigation water at different stages of growth decreased grain yield ranging from 27.5 to 43.5% compared to that in CF.Rice genotypes exhibited differential response to water management practices. Though UPLRi -7 produced the highest grain yield (4.39 t ha-1) under CF, under limited water supply IR -36 was still the best variety producing the highest average grain yield (3.31 t ha-1).The present research work pointed out that without ensuring adequate supply of irrigation water rice cultivation during boro season may not be profitable in the Red and Laterite zone of West Bengal.
Shyam Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission as an Initiative of Indian Government for Rural Areas Devolopment Through Rurbanization published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Boda Ramesh Shyam Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission scheme was launched by Honble Prime Minister on 21st February, 2016. The Rurban mission has been launched by the Rural Development Ministry which aims to create a cluster of villages and provide urban amenities to the people living within that cluster. Thus, the objective is to create a big village with an urban feel. This will help in improving the quality of life of people in the rural areas and help to reduce the urban-rural divide which will ultimately reduce the rural to urban migration. The clusters should include villages with a population of 25000-50000 in plain areas and 5000-15000 in tribal, hilly and desert areas. These clusters are to be identified by the State Government. The funding of the project will be through various schemes of the Government. The scheme will be implemented through the Public Private Partnership(PPP) model. The Invitation for Expression of Interest from Private Entities to Partner in the Development of Rurban Clusters. Aimed at developing such rural areas by provisioning of economic, social and physical infrastructure facilities. Large parts of rural areas in the country are not stand-alone settlements but part of a cluster of settlements, which are relatively proximate to each other. These clusters typically illustrate potential for growth, have economic drivers and derive locational and competitive advantages. Hence, making a case for concerted policy directives for such clusters. These clusters once developed can then be classified as Rurban. The vision of "Development of a cluster of villages that preserve and nurture the essence of rural community life with focus on equity and inclusiveness without compromising with the facilities perceived to be essentially urban in nature, thus creating a cluster of "Rurban Villages". Boda Ramesh"Shyam Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission as an Initiative of Indian Government for Rural Areas Devolopment Through Rurbanization" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11121.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/geography/11121/shyam-prasad-mukherji-rurban-mission-as-an-initiative-of-indian-government-for-rural-areas-devolopment-through-rurbanization/boda-ramesh
Relationship between Self Concept and Self confidence published in

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Dr. Jyoti Prasad The present study was undertaken to investigate the Self Concept and Self Confidence of urban and rural adolescents, and to examine the gender differences in Self Concept and Self Confidence. The sample of this study consisted of 140 adolescents (70 urban and 70 rural) from Chhatisgarh. The boys and girls (aged 14 to 16) studying in class X were equally distributed among the urban and rural sample. Self Concept was measured by Self Concept Rating Scale and Self Confidence was measured by Self Confidence Inventory. The findings indicated that there were no significant differences with regard to the Self Concept of boys and girls and urban and rural adolescents. Significant Gender differences was found in Self Confidence score . The girls had significantly higher level of Self Confidence in comparison to the boys.
A STUDY ON POSSIBLE EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE SPREAD published in

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Miroslav Skolnik, Frantisek Gubas The greatest contemporary threats of health security are global spreading of infectious diseases, increasing concentration of chemical, biological a radiological substances in products and environment and bioterrorism. Numerous examples of fast spread of infectious diseases in the past highlight the fact that it is essential to be vigilant towards prospective epidemics. One of the greatest epidemics in the last decade is Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa. The main aim of this paper is to analyze further possible spread of Ebola virus disease in West Africa and worldwide
Occupational skin cancer and precancer published in

Journal of General-Procedural Dermatology & Venereology Indonesia

Published by Universitas Indonesia
Fifinela Raissa, Githa Rahmayunita, Sri Linuwih Menaldi, Dewi Soemarko Occupational skin cancer and precancerous lesions are skin disorders caused by exposure to chemical carcinogens such as polycyclic hydrocarbons and arsenic, or radiation, such as ultraviolet light and ionizing light in the workplace. Annual increase in skin cancer incidence is believed to be related to various factors such as frequent intense sunlight exposure (i.e. at work, recreational activities, and sun-tanning habit), ozone depletion, an increase in number of geriatric population, and an increase of public awareness in skin cancer. The most common occupational skin cancers are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Examples of occupational precancerous lesion of the skin are actinic keratosis and Bowen’s disease. Particular diagnostic criteria to diagnose occupational diseases has been developed. Early detection of occupational skin cancer and precancerous lesion is necessary. An effective prevention program consists of primary prevention such as prevention of hazardous material exposure, secondary prevention such as early detection of disease for early intervention, and tertiary prevention such as minimizing long-term impact of the disease.
A Study on effects of pulse parameters on the bead geometry of welded Aluminium Alloy 7039 published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PAWAN KUMAR, KISHOR P. KOLHE AND C.K. DATTA The pulsed-current Gas Tungsten Arc (GTA) Welding process is employed for a high rate of current rise, decay and a high pulse repetitive rate, widely used in the joining of precision parts. The main aim of pulsing is to achieve maximum penetration without excessive heat built-up. The use of high current pulses is to penetrate deeply and allow the weld pool to dissipate some of the heat during a proportionately of longer arc period at a lower current. Aluminium Alloy 7039 is employed in aircraft, automobiles, high-speed trains and high-speed ships due to their low density, high specific strength and excellent corrosion resistance. The present paper depicts the application of Pulsed GTA welding for AA7039 using pure argon gas as a shielding gas with sinusoidal AC wave. In this investigation, the bead geometry and metallographic study of welded (AA7039) aluminium alloy have been carried out at various pulse currents, secondary currents, pulse frequencies and duty cycles
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Perspectives of science and education

Published by LLC "Ecological Help"
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Set Menus Effects on Foreign Tourist Perceptions as a Product-Bundling Practice in Restaurants published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
F?rat Biici, a?r? Kro?lu Aim of this study is to put forward the effects of set menus on perceptions of foreign tourists as a price bundling practise in restaurant establishments, whose customer mass consists of foreign tourists. In the study set menus are evaluated in terms of price bundling strategy, menu-price relations and the consumer buying behaviour. For this purpose, research workers handed menus and asked questions to 298 foreign tourists. The data is evaluated by frequency tables, chi-square test and correlation analysis. According to the analysis results obtained from the previously mentioned data, it is ensued that set menus effect buying preferences of foreign tourists and creates good-value perception.
STUDY OF INSECTICIDAL ACTIVITY OF ACETONE CRUDE LEAF EXTRACT OF ADHATODA VASICA AGAINST CALLOSOBRUCHUS MACULATUS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajni Shrivastava1* and Priyam Singh2 The present study evaluates the insecticidal activity of acetone crude leaf extract of Adhatoda vasica against Callosobruchus maculatus. The extract showed 86.66% mortality of C. maculatus beetles at 3.0% concentration. Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of terpenoids in acetone crude extract. It can be concluded that the acetone crude leaf extract of A. vasica Nees can cause mortality in beetles so it can be used for the management of pulse beetles C. maculatus.
Analysing an impact of last trading Thursday on return of selected shares and NSE- an Empirical Study published in

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Krunal K Bhuva Dr. Vijay H Vyas Derivative products are alleged to have a sharp affect on the stock market in various ways ever since their inception in June 2000. Currently, derivative trading constitutes approximately 90% of the total turnover of the NSE (National Stock Exchange). Launching of derivatives and their expiration (last Thursday of every month) in the Indian stock market has been perceived to have direct corollary on the return, volatility, efficiency and marketability of the stock market. This paper tries to analyze empirically the expiration day effect of stock derivatives on underlying securities. This study tests the presence of the last Thursday of the month effect on stock market volatility by using the S&P 500 market index during the period of January 2012 and December 2012 and sample companies which are trading on derivative market. The findings show that the last Thursday of the month effect on stock market volatility is not present in volatility and return equations.
REVIEW ON DIFFERENT NATURAL HERBALS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ANTI-DIABETIC ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vidhya Sreenivasan*, C.S. Kandasamy, M. Ganesh Kumar, K. Ganesh Prabhu, P. Arulraj, J. Sam Johnson, Udaya Chander, R. Venkatanarayanan Diabetes mellitus is a comprehensive metabolic epidemic heartrending indispensible natural activities in practically every age cluster. Indian fictions like Ayurveda have previouslydeclared herbal remediation for a numeral of human sicknesses. Among Indian traditional medicinal plants several probable anti-diabetic plants and herbs are being used as part of our diet since primordial time. India has a long lean of instinctive medicinal plants with deep-rooted blood sugar lowering stuff. Particular of these have demonstratednotable for treatment of diabetes and its impediments. The existing paper is aimed at providing aappraisal on clinical and experimental studies carried out on the most current and universally used hypoglycemic plants and herbs classes from dated Indian flora. This write-up includes hypoglycemic and anti- hyperglycemic activities of plants, active hypoglycemic compounds and elements along with their presented noxiousness grade.
Creating Better Outcomes for Patients with Heart Diseases-Reducing Depression through Early Detection and Interventions published in

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Immanuel Paul Vinod. S, Dr. Sheila Christopher Background: A growing body of evidence points to significant relationship between heart diseases (HD) and depression.Depression reduces the chance of successful modifications of other cardiac risk factors and associated with higher utilization and costs and greatly reduced Quality Of Life (QOL).Though depression affects cardiac outcomes directly or indirectly, screening for depression should be a regular protocol to be followed. This study is done to screen patients for depression and insist the importance of depression screening in cardiac patients Method and methodology: A non-experimental study design approach was used in 75 patients who attended cardiac outpatient unit. Self-reported screening tools, Patient Health Questionnaire, PHQ-2 were used to screen for the depression. If a patient says yes to one or either both the questions, PHQ-9 questionnaire was administered.40 patients fulfilled the criteria by answering YES to one or both the questions. These 40 patients were included in the study and simple descriptive statistics were used. Results: At the end of this simple study,40-45% of the population who had a cardiac event has mild to moderate depression which was not diagnosed. The screening tool which was administered, PHQ-2 and PHQ 9, was found to be effective in screening patients for depression. Conclusion: The high prevalence of depression in patients with HD supports a strategy of increased awareness and screening for depression in patients with HD which should be routinely done.Early detection of depression followed by effective treatment can produce favorable outcomes after a cardiac event thereby reducing morbidity and mortality
Issues Concerning Clinical Research Using Human Pathologic Bioresources in the Biobank Era published in

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Hikari Inoue, Tatsuaki Tsuruyama* Biobanks storing human pathologic resources have recently emerged as critical research platforms throughout the world for the discovery of biomarkers. Pathologists have not yet established policy consensus, regulations, or informed consent (IC) guidelines for the clinical use of archival pathologic resources. Obtaining broad consent from donors for biobanks in Japan is based on the expression of passive consent to use the remaining resources after pathologic diagnosis. However, genetic and proteomic studies using pathologic formaldehyde-fixed paraffin-embedded blocks (FFPE) have been developed recently and IC for the use of FFPE has become critical. In the current paper, we reviewed the Japanese guidelines for the use of human resources and discuss medical ethics criteria pertaining to IC for the use of FFPE and other formats when IC is not possible because of difficulties in contacting relatives of deceased donors. We propose the use of archival FFPE could be possible after providing official notification of its general use for clinical studies through a webpage or other information technology platform. Furthermore, we also suggest that access to samples over a sufficient term, i.e., greater than several years, is necessary. In conclusion, it is important to establish a common consent form for these institutions.
O COMUM NA REALIDADE SEGUNDO TOMS DE AQUINO published in

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Thiago Sebastio Reis Contarato In the Middle Ages, there was a problem known as "Problem of Universals", with the discordance between realism, conceptualism and nominalism on ontological and epistemological status of the universals. Thomas Aquinas is a moderate realist because admits that the universal has to be on individuals, in reality and out of mind. When we speak of a universal in reality, we are referring to what is common to more than one individual. After, the way of being of the universal concept of the intellect and the way of being of the common aspect need to be distinguished, because we have to clarify that the universal in the intellect is not exactly equal to the common in the reality, although the first is taken from the latter. Since the common aspect does not exist by itself, but only in individuals, we will make a brief analysis about the individuation as well.
Candidal Association With Oral Precancer And Cancer A Candid View published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. L. Nishanthi, Dr. Shyamala. K, Dr. Girish H. C, Dr. Sanjay Murgod, Dr. Vaidhehi Nayak, Dr. Kalpajyoti Bhattacharjee BACKGROUND : Candida albicans, a diploid asexual fungus, is an opportunistic pathogen which colonizes human mucosal epithelial cell surfaces. C.albicans are innocuous oral commensals and when optimal conditions supervene, they cause diseases. C.albicans is much more frequently detected in OSCC than in controls. Candidal infection along with other co-factors may also induce epithelial atypia and dysplasia leading to malignant transformation. The present study evaluates the association of C.albicans with potentially malignant and malignant lesions of oral cavity and compare with normal control group. AIM : Quantitative analysis of candida albicans in formalin fixed paraffin embedded tissue blocks of oral leukoplakia, oral squamous cell carcinoma, oral submucous fibrosis, normal mucosa using Periodic Acid Schiff stain. MATERIALS AND METHODS : 45 paraffin embedded tissue blocks which included 20 potentially malignant ( 10 - oral leukoplakia and 10 - OSMF ) , 15 OSCC and 10 normal mucosa which served as a control were stained with PAS stain and viewed under the microscope. All the observations were tabulated and the results obtained were subjected to statistical analysis. The Candidal load comparison between premalignant and malignant were tested with Mann Whitneys test. The observations from the four groups were subjected to Kruskal Wallis test. RESULTS: Out of 45 biopsy tissues stained for presence of candida using PAS stain, 17 tissues showed Fungal forms. In OSCC (the Candida albicans count was more accounting for 53% whereas it was 40% of OSMF, 30% in oral leukoplakia and 20% in normal controls. CONCLUSION : A significant association of candidal load were seen more often in malignant lesions than in premalignant lesions. However statistically no significant difference was seen ( p - value = 0.085 )
Plant Variety Protection in IndiaThe Issues and Challenges published in

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Dr. Madhu Sudan Dash Intellectual property protection for plant innovation was a challenge for India. But the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers Rights Act, 2001 in consistency with the WTO standards has rightly addressed the issues and challenges pertaining to the farmers and plant breeders. The unique scheme of protection and benefit sharing is widely appreciated to be of progressive nature. This model law serves to a viable and potential source of inspiration for other similarly placed countries of the world.
A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR SCALABLE, EFFICIENT DEPLOYMENT OF SOFTWARE IN CLOUD COMPUTING ENVIRONMENTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S.Venkataramana * , Dr. P.V.G.D.Prasad Reddy , Dr S.KrishnaRao In modern computing environments (Clouds, Data Centers, multi - tiered applications, etc.) deployment of software encounters the obstacle of handling heterogeneity. Real - world solutions are built by combining various technologies, programming languages, plat forms, Operating Systems, and applications. The deployment mechanism not only has to adapt to a changing environment but it has to also respond gracefully to unanticipated demand surges by scaling - out and scaling - in to meet performance requirements. For th ese reasons, deployment of software in heterogeneous environment is a challenging task. Efficient resource provisioning plays a key role in ensuring that global service providers (like Google) adequately accomplish their performance obligations to custome rs while maximizing the utilization of the underlying environment. In this paper, we propose a novel deployment mechanism which can efficiently provision, de - provision and maintain services in heterogeneous environments. Our approach creates software packa ges by embedding parameter values within binaries in a way which is compatible with most target environments allowing for seamless provisioning, tracking, maintenance and de - provisioning of services in a robust manner without requiring specialized agents d eployed in target environments. We have validated our mechanism by constructing prototypes and the results demonstrated that it is possible to scale - out and scale - in rapidly in response to the demand fluctuations by automating deployment mechanism in a het erogeneous environment.
An Efficient Brain Tumor Detection Algorithm based on Segmentation for MRI System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Merlin Asha. M | G. Naveen Balaji | S. Mythili | A. Karthikeyan | N. Thillaiarasu A collection, or mass, of abnormal cells in the brain is called as Brain Tumor . The skull, which encloses your brain, is very rigid. Growth inside such a restricted space can cause problems. Brain tumors can be malignant or benign. Segmentation in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was an emergent research area in the field of medical imaging system. In this an efficient algorithm is proposed for tumor detection based on segmentation and morphological operators. Quality of scanned image is enhanced and then morphological operators are applied to detect the tumor in the scanned image. Merlin Asha. M | G. Naveen Balaji | S. Mythili | A. Karthikeyan | N. Thillaiarasu"An Efficient Brain Tumor Detection Algorithm based on Segmentation for MRI System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9667.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/9667/an-efficient-brain-tumor-detection-algorithm-based-on-segmentation-for-mri-system/merlin-asha-m
SYNTHESIS OF VARIOUS 3-(6-SUBSTITUTED-3-HYDROXY-2,2- DIMETHYL-3,4-DIHYDRO-2H-BENZOPYRAN-4-YL)-2- SUBSTITUTED-1,3-THIAZINAN-4-ONES FOR ANTIHYPERTENSIVE ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Soma Pramanik* and Amit Kumar Das A series of 3-(6-substituted-3-hydroxy-2,2-dimethyl-3,4-dihydro-2hbenzopyran- 4-yl)-2-substituted-1,3-thiazinan-4-ones have been synthesized from 4-substituted phenols as starting material. Substituted phenols were first acylated with acetic acid in presence of Lewis acid to substituted acetophenones which then undergone fries rearrangement reaction, cyclisation, reduction, epoxidation, ring opening reaction, Schiff?s reaction n reaction with thiolactic acid to synthesize various benzopyran derivatives with good yields. The structures of the synthesized compounds were established through 1HNMR, MASS and FT-IR spectral data. The synthesized compounds were screened for their in vivo antihypertensive activity using tail-cuff method in fructose-induced Albino Wistar rats.
VI National Interuniversity Scientific Conference Science and Education in the Development of Industry, Social and Economic Spheres to the Russian Regions within the all-Russian Scientific Readings named after Zworykin published in

Sovremenna? ?konomika: problemy, tendencii, perspektivy

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Rodionova Elena Viktorovna Problem of entrepreneurship development in Russia, the activation of this mechanism and a considerable amount of research and scientific activities are the subject of many scientific papers. However, in light of recent events in the global system of economic and political relations (the impact of negative trends in the global financial and economic crisis, the sanctions against the Russian Federation, etc.) there are not so a lot of positive prospects. We offer a short report about the Conference held in Murom (Murom Institute) in once again.
LEVEL OF RISK MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN NIGERIA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY- FROM A KNOWLEDGE BASED APPROACH published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

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Adeleke A.Q. , Ahmad Yusni Bahaudin, A. M. Kamaruddeen This paper discourses the problems associated with risk management practice in Nigeria construction projects with the use of knowledge-based approach, and proposes a methodology based on a one-fold arrangement which includes the modelling function of the risk management, its evaluation, comparative effectiveness, desired quality and the availability of a best practices model. One-fold approach is part of a research effort that is still in progress. A major preliminary conclusion of this research is the fact that risk management in construction projects is still ineffective and low practices in developing countries like Nigeria as a case study. The main cause of this research is the lack of knowledge. It is expected that the application of the proposed approach will allow clients, contractors and consultants to develop a projects risk management function based on best practices, and also to improve the performance of this function. In order to improve effectiveness of construction project, it should become part of a strategic plan of the organization.
Growth, seed cotton yield and yield attributes of American cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) hybrids under different spacing and nitrogen levels published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
KULVIR SINGH Field studies were conducted at Punjab Agricultural University, Regional Station, Faridkot during Kharif 2013 to evaluate the performance of two hirsutum hybrids (FHH200 and LHH144) in main, two spacing levels (67.575 cm and 67.590 cm) in sub and three nitrogen levels (i.e. 112,150 and 187 kg N/ha) in sub plots of Split Plot Design replicated thrice. FHH200 recorded significantly highest seed cotton yield (SCY) of 2953.1 kg/ha followed by LHH144 (2495.2 kg/ha), while among spacing levels differences were non-significant. Among tested N levels, 150 kg N resulted in highest SCY (2868.1 kg/ha) followed by 187kg N (2738.1 kg/ha) while statistically least SCY was recorded with 112 kg N (2566.3 kg/ha). Though cost of cultivation increased with each increase of nutrient levels, but gross as well as net returns improved significantly only up to 100 per cent RD and declined thereafter. B:C ratio was significantly higher under 150kg N/ha (2.34) as compared to 187 kgN/ha (2.15). Farmers should opt for FHH200 and a spacing level of 67.575cm for hirsutum hybrids and must apply N @150kg/ha to realize higher SCY and consequently remunerative returns.
Editorial published in

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

Published by College VCHS
Mani Man Singh Rajbhandari (Founder and Editor-in-Chief) Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) Dear Readers, The Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) wishes to announce the publication of its first issue in November 2017 bringing together an assessment of the articles from the interdisciplinary sciences. This issue covers subjects from the disciplines of education, engineering, humanities, and science. It is our pleasure to disseminate the deep well researched knowledge to the readership. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) is an academic platform for author(s) and readers where researched knowledge and intelligence can be shared through that is assimilated from various interdisciplinary field of study. It is the journal mission to join and collaborate with authors to strengthen the hidden and scattered knowledge to disseminate widely through as JIS act as the proficient outlet for academic, scientific endeavor that supports and help the author(s) through the scientific peer review from the expert reviewers. The beginning is yet a step forward for the JIS to embark on the life-wide and life-long academic journey. Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) commitment towards consistency in publication is another walk towards the academic journey. It has been a pleasure to share and learn from authors and reviewers from interdisciplinary sciences, which is also the mission of the JIS. The next issue will be published in May 2018. We invite the authors, scientists, scholars, researchers, students, managers, leaders from interdisciplinary sciences to submit their papers. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) is thankful to all the editorial team, support team and the expert/advisors for their contributions. Most of all, JIS appreciate and is thankful to all the reviewers for their valuable input and scientific and academic rigor in commenting and suggesting the authors work and for their time spared to review the papers. Let us join and collaborate together to ENRICH the BEAUTIFUL MINDS TOWARDS INTELLIGENT MINDS Mani Man Singh Rajbhandari. Ph.D. Founder and Editor-in-Chief Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS)
Solving Two-Points Singular Boundary Value Problem Using Hermite Interpolation published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Heba A. Abd Al-Razak In this paper, we have been used the Hermite interpolation method to solve second order regular boundary value problems for singular ordinary differential equations. The suggest method applied after divided the domain into many subdomains then used Hermite interpolation on each subdomain, the solution of the equation is equal to summation of the solution in each subdomain. Finally, we gave many examples to illustrate the suggested method and its efficiency.
NESTING BEHAVIOUR OF HOUSE CROW IN AGRICULTURAL HABITATS OF LUDHIANA, PUNJAB published in

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Gurwinder Kaur, Manoj Kumar, Tejdeep Kaur Kler House Crow (Corvus splendens) is tree nester and the nests are normally placed on tree about 10-12 m average height off ground. The House Crow establish their nests in local environment on various types of trees mainly on Eucalyptus oblique (Safada), Ziziphus sp. (Beeri), Saraca asoca (Ashoka), Populous deltoids (Popular) Azadirachta indica (Neem), Melia azedarch (Dharek) and Syzygium cumini (Jamun) tree, but occasionally on electric power transmission lines tower and mobile towers etc. as artificial nesting site. The use of these artificial structures for nesting purpose to expand their breeding range into areas where there are no natural nesting sites. A total of 91nests were observed during the breeding seasons of 2013 and 2014 in the present study. Observation with respect to quantitative analysis and dimensions of the nests were also taken. House Crows were loosely colonial, were intolerant of conspecifics nesting on the same tree.
INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE PERCEPTION ON ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTIFICATION published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

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Seval Aksoy, Alper Erturk The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of employees perception of organizational justice on their organizational identification. Blue-collar employees working in the ship building industry in Turkey are selected as the main target of this study. Of the 2000 questionnaires distributed, total of 464 were returned and analyzed. The results indicate that distributive justice and interactional justice have direct positive influence on organizational identification. On the other hand, the results also yield that prosedural justice has no meaningful influence on organizational identification.
“HALK BİLGİSİ HABERLERİ” VE “İNAN” DERGİLERİ BAĞLAMINDA 1929-1949 YILLARI ARASI HALK BİLİMİ VE HALK EDEBİYATI ARAŞTIRMALARINDA TRABZON’UN YERİ published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Doç. Dr. Mehmet AÇA 1929-1949 yılları arasında yapılan halk edebiyatı ve halk bilimi araştırmalarında Trabzon’un yerini tespit etmeye çalışan bu yazıda, tespit ve değerlendirmeler, “Türk Halk Bilgisi Derneği” ve “İstanbul-Eminönü Halkevi” tarafından yayımlanan “Halk Bilgisi Haberleri” ile Trabzon Halkevi’nin yayımladığı “İnan” dergileri bağlamında yapılmıştır. “Halk Bilgisi Haberleri”, Trabzon başta olmak üzere bütün Türkiye’den derlenen materyalleri yayımlayan bir dergi olması nedeniyle tercih edilirken, “İnan” dergisi de Trabzon’da yayımlanmış yerel bir dergi olması ve Trabzon yöresinden derlenen halk edebiyatı ve halk bilimi ürünlerine de yer vermiş olması nedenleriyle tercih edilmiştir.
6102 Sayılı Türk Ticaret Kanunu Açısından Kurumsal Yönetim İlkelerinin Değerlendirilmesi (Evaluation Of Corporate Governance Prenciples According To Turkish Commercial Code Numbered 6102) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Seçkin GÖNEN, Emin YÜREKLİ The framework to institutionalization and corporate governance is determined by Turkish Commercial Code numbered 6102. In other words, Turkish Commercial Code has arisen as a legal full text of both concepts. Relevant parts of Turkish Commercial Code set the basis for articles about corporate governance pertaining to transparency, equity, responsibility and accountability which are formed within Anglo-Saxon law system. Moreover, in order to increase the opportunities for more and faster credit usage and going to public in capital markets; transparent, clear, comparable and high quality financial reports stands out as principles of new Turkish Commercial Code. So as to present convenient financial reports with International Accounting Standards, businesses should complete their backgrounds for corporate governance. It’s widely known that, principles of corporate governance rests on basis for producing qualified financial reports and quality standards. The aim of this study is to evaluate principles forming corporate governance concept from Turkish Commercial Code’s aspect. Relevant articles in Turkish Commercial Code are scrutinized and inferences about are put forward.
A case report of an End-stage renal disease due to delayed diagnosis of renal tuberculosis. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Prasad Potdukhe, Dr. Pranay Gandhi, Dr. Snehal Potdukhe Renal TB is difficult to diagnose, because many patients present themselves with lower urinary symptoms which are typical of bacterial cystitis. We report a case of a young woman with renal TB and ESRD. She was admitted with complaints of adynamia, anorexia, fever, weight loss, dysuria and generalized edema for 10 months. Two laparotomies were performed, in which abscess in pelvic region was found. Anti-peritoneal tuberculosis treatment with rifampin, isoniazid and pyrazinamide was started. The CT scan showed signs of chronic nephropathy, dilated calyces and thinning of renal cortex in both kidneys and severe dilation of ureter. The patient developed neurologic symptoms, suggesting tuberculous meningoencephalitis, and died despite of support measures adopted. The patient had ESRD due to secondary uropathy to prolonged tuberculosis of urinary tract that was caused by delayed clinical and laboratorial diagnosis, and probably due to inadequate antituberculous drugs administration.
Analysis of bioactive compounds in ethanol extracts Argemone mexicane plant seeds using GC-MS techniques. published in

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P. Senthamilselvan, Dr. S. Vellavan Nature created plant in the world of every cilment and there is cure every disease and man has to find it .The bioactive compound of Argemone mexicane seeds has been evaluated using GC-MS. The chemical composition of the extract of Argemone mexicane seed were investigated using Gas Chromatography Mass spectrometry .The analysis was carried out with the methanol extracted of the dried plant seeds. This study result concluded that the A. Mexicana have a more phytoconstituents.
Endoscopic Mucosal Resection after Circumferential Mucosal Incision of Large Colorectal Tumors:Comparison With Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

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Yosuke Mochizuki1*, Yasuharu Saito1, Osamu Inatomi2, Yoshihide Fujiyama2, Shigeki Bamba2, Mitsuaki Ishida3, Tomoyuki Tsujikawa4, Akira Andoh5 Background: Endoscopic mucosal resection is widely used for treating superficial colorectal carcinomas or premalignant colorectal tumors. Piecemeal resection and local recurrence are frequent with endoscopic mucosal resection for >20-mm-diameter tumors. Endoscopic submucosal dissection, which facilitates en bloc resection of large colorectal tumors, is useful for superficial colorectal tumors. In our hospital, endoscopic mucosal resection after circumferential mucosal incision was used for colorectal tumors with a diameter of 2030 mm. Objective: To determine the efficacy and safety of endoscopic mucosal resection after circumferential mucosalincision. Design: Retrospective clinical trial at a single center Settings: Shiga University of Medical Science Patients: 77 colorectal tumors (69 patients) with a diameter of 2030 mm endoscopically treated between January 2010 and May2012 at Shiga University of Medical Science. Interventions: Endoscopic submucosal dissection and endoscopic mucosal resection after circumferential mucosal incision. Main Outcome Measures: En bloc resection rate, procedure time, complications Results: ESD was associated with longer procedure times compared with C-EMR (p < 0.005). En bloc resection,complete curative resection, and perforation rates were similar in both groups Delayed bleeding was limited tothe ESD group (2.1%). Histopathological analysis revealed that the incidence of adenoma was lower in the ESD group than in the C-EMR group (p = 0). Mucosal cancer was more frequent in the ESD group (p = 0). The nonlifting sign was seen in 16.7% patients with laterally spreading tumors of nongranular type in the en bloc C-EMR group and 100% patients with laterally spreading tumors of nongranular type in the piecemeal C-EMR group (p = 0.035). Limitations: a single-center retrospective studyConclusions: C-EMR and ESD were equally effective for treating colorectal tumors with a diameter of 2030mm.
Alternative method to predict activity coefficients at infinite dilution of hydrocarbons in aqueous solutions published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Gonzalo Astray, Jorge Morales, Miriam Gonzlez-Temes, Juan C. Mejuto, Augusto J. Magdalena Activity coefficients at infinite dilution are important property in solute-solvent interactions. Experimental techniques show high costs, skilled labour and safety. To solve this, a neural network model with five different topological descriptors to implement different Artificial Neural Network has been implemented. The best Artificial Neural Network (5-11-8-1 topology) presents good fits for the training phase with an Average Percentage Deviation of 1.85%. Similar results have been obtained for the validation phase of the Artificial Neural Network (1.88%). The implemented Neural Networks techniques showed better results than other developed methods, around 30.70% and 24.60% for training and validation phase, respectively.
Role of Saliva as Biomarkers for Periodontal Diagnosis published in

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Dr. Rachna Maheshwari,Dr. Suruchi Hans,Dr. Jigyasa Duhan,Dr. Preeti Baweja Saliva is used to describe the combined fluids present in the mouth. However in strict sense this word refers only to the hypnotic, watery fluid secreted by the major and minor salivary glands. Saliva is not only a pleasant lubricant which makes oral functions such as speech, mastication and swallowing easier, but also a fluid with many important functions in the maintenance of oral, general and metabolic health of the mouth as a whole. Saliva is a complex fluid which serves many important functions in the oral cavity that also contributes to the quality of life of an individual. In the recent past, research on saliva have been directed towards better understanding of the potential of saliva as an aid in the diagnosis of several diseases where presence/absence or a change of one or more of its constituents can act as a marker. Saliva is a fluid that can be easily collected non-invasively, contain locally derived and systemically derived markers of periodontal disease hence may offer the basis for patient specific diagnosis for periodontal disease. This review article emphasis on Role of saliva as a Biomarker for Periodontal Diagnosis
To Simulate the Impact of Sequential Climatic Stresses on Soybean Using Infocrop Model published in

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Shweta A. Lakra, S. Nareshkumar Occurrence of floods and drought accompanied by high temperature in a single crop season are becoming detrimental to crop production in the climate change scenario. A simulation analysis was carried out using the InfoCropSOYBEAN model for testing the ability of model to simulate the crop performance under sequential stresses after calibrating it with rainfed and supplemental irrigation control conditions. The observed values from experiment where soybean crop was exposed to excess water, drought and high temperature in five different combinations at different phases of crop growth were compared with those of simulated ones using statistical indices like model bias error, root mean square error and model efficiency. The model is efficient in simulating the phenology of crop exposed to multiple stress while requires improvement for simulating the dry matter and yield for simulating the crop performance under sequential stresses.
Incidental finding of Mucinous Adenocarcinoma of Appendix in a patient operated for cholecystectomy: a rare case report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Suhailur Rehman, Shaista M Vasenwala, Hena A Ansari, M M Ansari Introduction: Adenocarcinomas of the appendix are rare tumors of the gastrointestinal tract, with a frequency of 0.2% - 0.5% of all intestinal malignancies and 4% - 6% of all neoplastic lesions of the appendix. Mucinous adenocarcinomas of the appendix are even rarer. They primarily present as acute appendicitis or as a palpable mass in right lower abdomen. Case presentation: An elderly 50 year, diabetic male came to surgical OPD of JNMC with pain in right upper abdomen for 1 month and constipation for 3 days. Abdomen showed generalized tenderness. USG and CECT showed mucocoel and 3 cm stone on gall bladder. A provisional diagnosis of acute cholecystitis was made and the patient was operated. On exploration of abdomen during cholecystectomy, appendix was seen distended with mucin to 8 cm 4.5 cm in size. Gall bladder, appendix and 2 periileal lymph nodes 0.5 cm. each was sent for histopathological analysis. Histopathological features of gall bladder showed chronic cholecystitis. The appendix showed features of mucinous adenocarcinoma and lymph nodes were positive for metastasis. The diagnosis mucin secreting adenocarcinoma of appendix with metastasis to periileal lymph node was made. Conclusion: Mucin producing adenocarcinomas of the appendix are a category of rare cancers of the gastrointestinal tract. Although at present they are a well-studied pathologic entity but their preoperative, clinical and histopathological diagnosis is often a challenge. The case was very interesting because provisional diagnosis was acute cholecystitis, but the incidental finding was mucin secreting adeno carcinoma of appendix with metastasis to peri ileal lymph node
OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING: An Alternative University Education for Women at The Zimbabwe Open University published in

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Tichaona MAPOLISA, Chipo CHIRIMUUTA- ZIMBABWE The study examined the extent to which open and distance learning(ODL) is an alternative university education for women at the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU). it explored 50 ZOU staff , that is , 12 female academic and nine clerks- and 1 7 male academic staff and 12 clerical staff who were all purposively sampled. The study was a qualitative in nature. Its research strategy was a case study. Data were gathered using open-ended questionnaires. The study found out that most women had been deprived of university education because of the absence of ODL university education before 1993. Cultural and historical factors used to elbow women out of the conventional university education. The study concluded that lack of university education for women could be a drawback for the production of the human capital. It also concluded that lack of university education for women was a letdown to national development. The study recommended the need for Ministry of higher and tertiary education stake holders to allocate recourses to ODL university education for women. The study could be extended to other ODL tertiary education institutions in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries for the sake of comparison using other research methodologies. Keywords: Southern African Development Community (SADC); conventional university education; education for women; Zimbabwe Open University.
Customers Satisfaction on DTH and Cable TV Services : A Comparative Study in Coimbatore City published in

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Dr.Malarvizhi. V, K.T.Geetha Today, the concept of DTH has really become very popular in India and people are looking forward to acquire such services in order to bring entertainment and knowledge into their homes. The present study throw lights on to study the socio economic background of the Users and to analyze the reasons and satisfaction level about the DTH and Cable TV Users. The data collected from each 50 customers of DTH and Cable TV services residing in Saibaba Colony and K.K.Pudur in Coimbatore city. The study reveals that the majority of the respondents prefer to buy DTH services because of its picture quality, reasonable price, various kinds of packages and more channels. Hence the DTH service providers must pay attention on customer service, picture quality, reasonable price rather than other factors to make their business more successful and satisfy the consumers.
Development and performance evaluation of pedaloperated maize sheller published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.B. PATIL, A.D. CHENDAKE, M.A. PATIL, S.G. PAWAR, R.V. SALUNKHE AND S.S. BURKUL A pedal operated maize Sheller was designed, developed and built by using locally available material with overall dimensions of 12707601150 mm. The machine could be operated continuously for a comparatively long time with high shelling rate without causing damage to kernels. Four shelling units were provided for shelling of maize cobs and operated with the chain and sprocket arrangement. The results revealed that the machine was easy to operate with an average kernel shelling rate of 110 kg/hr when operated by two persons with no any kernel damage. Shelling efficiency was 98 per cent with collection efficiency of 94 per cent and average rate throughout was 150 kg/hr
DRUG RELATED PROBLEMS IN THE TUBERCULOSIS PATIENT AT THE PERSAHABATAN HOSPITAL (RSUP PERSAHABATAN) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Diana Laila Ramatillah, Siti Suhartini, Aprilita Rinayanti Tuberculosis is the critical infection or chronic which is caused by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria 6 . This infection is obtained from an individual who contracted TB active through the air (airborne) 6. The patient, Mrs. EN. Age 44 years old, entered RSUP Persahabatan on the 10 th of March 2014 with the diagnosed CAP (Community Aquired Pneumonia). TB lungs BTA (+) LLKPO (Lesi wide case drug break) DM type II was not controlled and dyspepsia syndrome. The medical therapy during the treatment was 4FDC, sukralfat, ceftriaxon, ranitidin, streptomisin, humalog and levemir. Based on the result of the clinic secretariat at the ward of lungs disease in RSUP Persahabatan, it could be concluded that there were DRPs (Drug Related Problems) such as the correlation between the medical therapy and the clinical condition such as the reduction of appetite , hipertrigliserida and hipoalbuminemia (indication without the medicine), the regimen of dose which was not appropriate in used of ranitidin dan sukralfat (the dose of the medicine is too low), the medicine interaction (rifampisin and INH; INH and ethambutol; rifampisin and pyrazinamide; INH dan pyrazinamide) and the failure of the patient in receiving the medicine.
Diverging Worlds and Conflicting Identities: Perspective of Migration in Vassanjisamriika published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Shweta Shukla -
Pesticide Exposure and Cancers in Barpeta District, Assam - A Case for Control Study published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
M. Hazarika and R. Hazarika Occupational exposure of carcinogenic pesticides in agricultural fields of Barpeta district, Lower Assam, is a matter of concern. The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between exposures of carcinogenic pesticides and occurrence of cancer in the agricultural region of Barpeta district. A structured questionnaire was employed in a field based case-control study to gather information on demographics, occupation, pesticide exposure, agricultural practices, family history and medical history along with smoking habit. One hundred cases of different cancers were identified in the field. The control (100) were chosen from the same environment in terms of age, sex, smoking and other food habit. To control confounders, multiple logistic regression analysis was used. To assess the dose-respond relationship between exposure and disease, the chi-square test for trend was used. One hundred (100) historically confirmed cancer cases were detected from the year 2008-2010. Sex and age matched one hundred controls were included in the study. Pesticide exposure independently associated with different types of cancer in the region. Lung cancer (OR = 1.138, 0.790-1.48, P = 0.769), Throat cancer (OR = 1.426, 0.564-3.78, P = 0.735), leukaemia (OR =1.167, 0.261-5.909, P = 0.056), stomach cancer (OR = 1.069, 0.281-4.385, P = 1.00). Pesticide exposure strongly associated with cancer after controlling smoking. Cancer was associated with pesticide exposure after controlling the confounders. Smoking and eating during pesticide application were identified as modifying factors for increasing the risk of cancer. The poor pesticide work practices identified during this study. Proper training and educational campaigns are essential for handling pesticides.
GAGASAN REFORMASI BIROKRASI DALAM RANCANGAN UNDANG UNDANG (RUU) TENTANG ADMINISTRASI PEMERINTAHAN published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Dwiyanto Indiahono Draft of Public Administration Law in the reality is arranging how public administration done by government and citizen. This draft is legal fundament to put down public functionary rights and obligations, governmental institution (as public organization) and public as citizen more equal. Bureaucracy reform have to be viewed as complex domain, and also require the complex effort to support it. RUU AP has to esteem as part of bureaucracy reform effort in Indonesia. And to hope happened high acceleration in bureaucracy reform, hence RUU AP has to be supported with effort of developing commitment of public functionaries, developing system public service, improving the quality of human resource, improving exploiting of technology in bureaucracy (e-gov) and create best culture of bureaucracy. Key words: bureaucracy reform, public administration law, and culture of bureaucracy.
Evaluation of different rice (Oryza sativa L.) varieties for upland situations of Kerala published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.R. BINDU*, SUSAMMA P. GEORGE, G.SUJA,T.N.VILASINIMANDANSUACHAMMAYOHANNAN The development of a high yielding variety is themajor objective of any breeding programme. So the genetic parameters for yield and its component characters in upland rice were estimated in the present investigation with seven rice varieties during Kharif 2009 at Onattukara Regional Agricultural Research Station, Kerala Agricultural University, Kayamkulam. Seven characters related to yield were evaluated and variability parameters were estimated. In the study maximum grain yield was recorded by the variety Bhagya followed by Jyothi. Genetic analysis was also conducted and the result indicated that the phenotypic coefficient of variation was higher than the genotypic co-efficient of variation for plant height, number of tillers, number of productive tillers, number of grains per panicle, grain weight and straw weight. But low heritability was recorded for all the characters except panicle length.
Value Implications of Outward Investment of Firms from Export Base Economy Countries (EBECs) Pre and Post Global Financial Crisis: Geographic Reach for Expansion published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Aysun Ficici The objective of this paper is to examine the impact of Global Financial Crisis on Outward Investment of MNCs from the Export Base Economy countries. This study provides an empirical analysis of international expansion activities that span around the period of 1996-2009. The paper utilizes Securities Database (SDC) Platinum Worldwide Mergers and Acquisitions database in examining 404international mergers and acquisitions activities of various MNCs from the following countries: Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia. Overall, the results suggest that although the firms global mergers and acquisition activities seem to be negatively impacted during the 1996-1997 Asian Financial Crisis. Their recent international activities do suggest the same impact during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Their investment activities havebeen increasing since 2007.
Abhilekhiy Shakso Ke Alok me Janklyankari Karyo Ka Chintan published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Bhagat Singh -
Prevalence of Malnutrition in Industrial Workers of Bhopal published in

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Dr. Nilima Varma, Maya M. Singh In the present era of globalization of business, the nature of work of organizations and its environment are changing radically extending noticeable impact on individuals job, safety, health, and well-being. The study was undertaken to assess the malnutrition level of the Industrial workers. Random sampling method was use to collect the data. We have used statically methods like Percentage, Mean, standard deviation, Two Independent Samplet test and Paired Sample NonParametric Test (Wilcoxon signed-rank Paired Sample test) on dietary intake of workers to study the impact of improper diet on their work and health. For the convenience of the presentation of the results which has been analyzed, a graph has been developed and the results are presented accordingly. Interview schedule based survey was carried out among 50 adult Male Industrial workers in Bhopal city. Demographic profile, socio-economic status, anthropometric measurement, body mass index (BMI) calculation and haemoglobin have been checked to assess malnutrition and anaemia level of the Industrial workers. The result showed that poor health status and highest category of anaemic population were found in this study
PROVE OF EXISTENCE AND CALCULATION OF THE PARAMETERS OF IRRADIATION FIELD published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elena Vitalievna Bessarabova In the article the principle of occurrence of irradiation field on the eye retina in the process of objects perception is examined. The factors that influence on its occurrence are analysed. Based on the analysis, the main parameters of the field, such as the size of concentration and dissipation, the attenuation degree, the diameter dependence of the eye pupil from the brightness, the influence of diffuse reflectance material on the field size, was calculated.
The Evolution of Enterprise Organization Designs published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
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."
PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION: THE MARXIAN PERSPECTIVE; published in

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Dr N C Sumathi -
English Language & Business Embedded Relations published in

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Mr Pragneshkumar Hargovinddas Vyas, Dr Alpesh Joshi In todays global economy, multi-national companies continue to expand their exposure through complicated and diverse marketing campaigns. To be successful, marketing strategies need to be tailored to a global marketplace as well as having to reflect differences in local markets. As a result, marketing campaigns require a much higher degree of international co-ordination to ensure that corporate, product and brand values are seamlessly aligned. Considering that many campaigns are planned, co-ordinated and even launched in English, it is becoming imperative for International Marketers to have a strong grasp of Marketing-related English. From planning campaigns to negotiating supplier contracts, excellence in English has become an invaluable skill.
Time to Recruitment in a Two Grade Manpower System With Two Types of Policy Decisions and Two Sources of Depletion Using Univariate Max Policy of Recruitment published in

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S.Dhivya A.Srinivasan Depletion of manpower due to attrition of personnel is a common phenomenon in any marketing organization when the management takes policy decisions regarding pay, perquisites and work targets. This depletion will lead to breakdown of the organization in due course of time if it is not compensated by recruitment. Since the depletion of manpower as a consequence of the inter-decision times is unpredictable and frequent recruitment which involves more cost is not advisable, the organization requires a suitable recruitment policy to plan for recruitment. A mathematical model is constructed and using a univariate MAX policy of recruitment based on shock model approach, analytical results for variance of time to recruitment is obtained. The results are numerically illustrated by assuming specific distributions and relevant findings are presented.
Choledochal Cyst in a Female Adult Asymptomatic Patient: Review of the Literature published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
De Simone Belinda1**, Del Rio Paolo2, Napoli Josephine Andrea3 and Sianesi Mario2 Cystic disease of the bile duct is a congenital abnormality of the biliary tree that most commonly affects the neonatal population, and is uncommon after childhood, it is rarely diagnosed in adults. We report the case of a 42-year-old woman affected by choledochal cyst type I, according to Todani’s classification, found unintentionally. The patient was submitted to the complete surgical excision of choledochal cyst, and discharged on the 11th postoperative day without complications.
Profile of Patients With Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rangnath D, Dr. D. Shanker Mahadev, Kokiwar Pr Background: GERD has traditionally been considered less common in Asian countries in comparison to western world. Recent studies indicate that its prevalence in India ranges between 8-20% which is comparable to that in the west. Objective: To study the cases of GERD presenting at Niloufer Hospital Methods: 106 children under the age of 122 months admitted to Niloufer hospital with history of symptoms and signs suggestive of GERD were studied, the period of study jan 2011 to jan 2014. Selection of cases was based on the clinical signs and symptoms based on the criteria as per the criteria given by American Academy of Pedicatrics. Milk scan was done. Results: The male predominance is clearly seen. 69.8% of males vs. only 30.2% of females. It is observed that cases are coming from all over the Andhra Pradesh. But predominantly they are from Hyderabad (26.42%) and Ranga Reddy District (19.81%). It is found that the 59.4% had signs and symptoms suggestive of GERD but they are normal on milk scan. Among the positive cases, grade II constituted the most cases i.e. 13.21%, followed by grade IV i.e. 10.4%. Conclusion: GER is common in infants but GERD is not so common in early childhood. Most infants have physiological reflux and need minimal intervention as their symptoms resolve by 18 months of age.
Introduction published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Richard M. Burton, Dolly Mastrangelo, Fabrizio Salvador The Special Issue on Big Data and Organization Design addresses the challenge of big data for the design of organizations. Big data refers to the availability to organizations of massive amounts of heterogeneous and continuously updated information. Practitioners agree that the availability of such information creates challenges and opportunities for organizations that have never been seen before. The articles presented here take up this challenge and discuss avenues for future research and practice on organization design in the era of big data.
Evaluation of Lead Uptake Potential of Maize (Zea Mays) Seedling Grown in Contaminated Soil published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Usman O.A. Shuaibu Major sources of lead include frequent use of alkyl lead fuel additives, lead in paints, disposal of discarded batteries, burning of garbage and painted wood, weathering of lead containing paints on building. Lead is a potential environmental hazard which needs to be removed from soil-water environment using environmentally friendly (eco-friendly), safe, cheap and non - convectional method (Phytoremediation). Phytoremediation is a novel, cost effective and eco - friendly `green` remediation technology for environmental cleanup. In the present research uptake of lead by Maize (Zea mays) seedling growing in varying levels of lead metal (as lead nitrate, PbNO3) contaminated soil was evaluated. The different levels of lead metal used were 0, 5, 10, 20 and 50?g/g for soil samples X, A, B, C and D, respectively. Soil sample X serves as control. The experiment was conducted for a period of 42days. Lead uptake by Maize (Zea mays) seedling was high at initial concentrations (5 and 10?g/g) of lead metal but gradually decreases as the lead metal concentration in soil increases. The lead content in the plant tissue and soil were quantified using Atomic Absorption spectroscopy. The result reveals that most of the lead was located in the roots and small amount was translocated to shoots when exposed to 50?g/g concentration of lead. At the end of the experiment (i.e. 42days) the plant was found to have potential to uptake toxic metals like lead from concentration ranging from 5 to 50?g/g. Thus Maize (Zea mays) is a suitable plant for phytoremediation operation.
APPLICATIONS OF LAGRANGES THEOREM IN GROUP THEORY published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mamidi Sai Akash The objective of the paper is to present applications of Lagranges theorem, order of the element, finite group of order, converse of Lagranges theorem, Fermats little theorem and results, we prove the first fundamental theorem for groups that have finite number of elements. In this paper we show with the example to motivate our definition and the ideas that they lead to best results. It can be used to prove Fermats little theorem and its generalization, Eulers theorem. These special cases were known long before the general theorem was proved. In this paper some Corollaries gives the famous result called the Fermats Little Theorem. In this paper we see that given a subgroup H of a group G, it may be possible to partition the group G into subsets that are in some sense similar to H itself
Non-Genetic Potential Risk Factors for Autism Spectral Disorders published in

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Dr. Nandini Vaz Fernandes Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are complex conditions, with combinations of milder social abnormalities and communication impairment and less rigid interest restrictions. Genetic factors may be significant cause for autism spectrum disorders. However many non genetic factors may also play an important role. The present study was therefore undertaken to investigate the potential prenatal, postnatal and other environmental risk factors for ASD. A total number of 184 individuals were studied. This study revealed that the factors with strongest evidence for an association with autism risk included advanced maternal age, stress during pregnancy, supplements taken, gestation period, parity, age gap between children and birth weight while folic acid-calcium supplement intake was found to be reducing the risk of ASD. The factors with evidence against a role in autism risk included were family history of seizures and tuberculosis, oral contraceptive, medication during pregnancy, maternal respiratory problems, maternal infection, fall during pregnancy, bleeding during pregnancy and labor induced by drugs.
Relationship Between Parents Socio-Economic Status and Students with Disabilitiess Acadmic Performance in Junior Secondary Schools in Owerri Education Zone 1 of Imo State of Nigeria published in

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JOACHIM, C. O. , ESKAY, M., The study was aimed at establishing the relationship between parents socio-economic status and students with disabilities academic performance in Junior Secondary School. The target population was the entire 65 public Junior Secondary Schools in Owerri Education Zone I with an aggregate of twenty-one thousand five hundred and thirty-eight (21,538) students. The sample was made up of one thousand one hundred (1,100) Junior Secondary class two (JSS2) students from fifteen (15) Junior Secondary Schools in Owerri Education Zone I. Correlation research design was used for the study. The parents socio-economic parameters used for assessment were parents income, educational attainment/level, area of residence and family structure. Data were collected from the students academic records and the parents socio-Economic status relationship with Students Academic Performance (PSERWAP) questionnaire. The instrument was validated by three experts; two from Guidance and Counselling and Special Education and one from Measurement and Evaluation department of faculty of Education University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The reliability coefficient of 0.89 for the instrument was established using Cornbach alpha. Data collected were analyzed using Pearson Moment correlation coefficient. It was found that parents income, area of residence and family structure positively correlate with children with disabilitiess academic performance. The relationship is also significant at P<0.05. However, the study found that there is a non-significant positive relationship between parents educational level and their childrens academic performance at P<0.05. Based on the findings of the study, some recommendations that could improve the academic performance of students with disabilities were made.
PLANT LATEX: AN INHERENT SPRING OF PHARMACEUTICALS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Chavan Bhagyashri A.*, Hundiwale Jogendra C. and Patil Avinash V. A plant system in nature always stands as a golden mark to represent the outstanding phenomenon of symbiosis. From erstwhile, medicinal plants have taken mightily and noteworthy strides to treat the diseases and also having the potentially useful substances for the development of novel chemotherapeutic useful drugs. Nearly all parts of plants can be used in medicinal applications. But plant latex has major contribution in medicine as it contain biologically active compounds such as alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, glycosides, phenolics, tannins and saponins etc. which are not only beneficial for plant defense but also for the development of things such as disinfectants, anticoagulant etc., advantageous for human beings. Mixture of various chemical constituents in plant latex protects the plant from herbivorous insects. In this review we focused on the phytochemical study of latex as well as the evidences that the latex serves as potent pharmacological agent against various diseases and its isolated constituents have wide range of biomedical activities.
Designing Organizations for Exploration and Exploitation published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Timothy N. Carroll All organizations face the core challenge of deciding on investments in two very different types of activities: exploration and exploitation. Exploration activities are future-oriented, such as developing new capabilities, experimenting with new technologies, and pursuing new customers and markets. Exploitation activities, in contrast, focus on the refinement of existing competencies, processes, and products. Because an organizations design should reflect its goals, it is difficult to accommodate exploration and exploitation activities within a single organization. This article discusses four major approaches used to tackle this problem, and notes the strengths and limitations of each approach.
EMBEDDED MULTI-MODEL BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION FRAMEWORK published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Sneha Kurhekar,Prof. H. Upadhyay,Prof. K. Sujatha Today, biometric authentication plays vital role in the social and commercial area. This paper proposed a securing system access using multi-model biometrics for authorization with the embedded platform. It consists of the embedded system to verify the signatures, fingerprint and key pattern for authentication of user. Proposed system works in two phases of authentication i.e enrollment phase and evaluation phase. In enrollment phase all authentication factors are stored in data base and in evaluation phase stored one is compared with tested parameters. In proposed system HMM is implemented on android side for the signature, DTW is implemented on controller side for fingerprint and key pattern is with FPGA. Thus proposed work gives the two factor authentication biometric system with extra layer of security.
Fish Diversity in two Tributaries of River Narmada, Central India. published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Vipin Vyas and Kripal Singh Vishwakarma In the present study on Sip and Jamner River tributaries of River Narmada in Central India, between May 2011 and April 2012. The fish composition comprised 34 species of fishes belonging to 17 genera, 8 families and 3 orders were identified. A total of 427 and 112 individuals were caught from Sip and Jamner stations, respectively. The most abundant group of fish was the Cypriniforimes. The dominant species, Rasbora daniconius consisted 30.08%of the population. Fisheries resources are on the decline in India due to over exploitation and inadequate management of her inland waters. For sustainability of these resources, an adequate knowledge of species composition, diversity and relative abundance of her water bodies must be understood and vigorously pursued.
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING, ANTIFUNGAL AND ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITIES OF BARK AND LEAVES EXTRACTS OF FICUS BENGALENSIS LINN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Arvinder Kaur, Jasreen Kaur, Maninderjeet Kaur, Gurdeep Kaur, Rajinder Kaur, Manpreet Kaur, Amit Kapoor Nystatin, was used as a standard drug for antifungal activity. The bark and leaves of F. bengalensis were subjected to successive Soxhlet extraction using different solvents in an increasing order of their polarity viz starting from petroleum ether (60-80oC), chloroform, methanol and then distilled water. Weighed quantity of the various extracts, were subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening. Antifungal activity of crude extract on Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger fungal strains were analyzed by Agar diffusion cup plate method. All the extracts viz Petroleum ether (PE), Chloroform (CE), Methanol (ME) and Water (WE) were used in range of 25 mg/ml to 100 mg/ml for screening antifungal activity. Piperazine is used as standard drug for Anthelmintic activity. Both aqueous and methanol extracts of F. bengalensis in range of 50 mg/ml to 100 mg/ml were screened for Anthelmintic activity. Antifungal activity is not observed by pet ether, chloroform, methanol and water extracts in concentration range from 25 mg/ml to 100 mg/ml. The methanol extract showed potent anthelmintic activity at dose of 25 mg/ml than water extract. F. bengalensis possesses good anthelmintic activity. The antifungal activity is may be due to the presence of flavonoids and phenolic compoundspresent in whole plant.
A STUDY ON NETWORK SECURITY TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr.T.Hemalatha*, Dr.G.Rashita Banu, Dr.Murtaza Ali Internet plays a vital role in our day today life. Data security in web application has become very crucial. The usage of internet becomes more and more in recent years. Through internet the information’s can be shared through many social networks like Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, blogs etc. There is chance of hacking the data while shar ing from one to one. To prevent the data being hacked there are so many techniques such as Digital Signature, Cryptography, Digital watermarking, Data Sanitization can be implemented. This paper focus on the various techniques which is used to protect the data
A STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF ADVERTISEMENTS ON THE BUYING BEHAVIOUR OF GOLD JEWELLERY CONSUMERS' OF KOLLAM DISTRICT published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Manoj M S, Mrs. Dayana Sajjanan Gold is widely distributed throughout the world, normally in very low concentration and generally in native form as metal. It has been rounding in different hands in one or other way. India's diversified customs and rituals have helped to the high demand for gold. The gold jewellery industry occupies an important position in the Indian economy. It is the fastest growing industries in the country. The study presents an overall picture about the influence of various forms of advertisements on the buying behaviour of gold jewellery consumers. The study further shows that there exists a very good potential for various forms of promotional activities on the Jewellery business in Kollam. Based on the study, the researcher had put forward certain suggestions/ recommendations. The implementation of these suggestions will go a long way in improving the brand promotion of the jewellery business in Kerala.
Profile Of Diabetic Retinopathy In A Tertiary Care Centre published in

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Dr. Rajesh R Nayak, Dr. Ruchi P Gour, Dr Manjunath Kamath AIM: To investigate the prevalence and determinants of diabetic retinopathy in a tertiary care centre in south India. INTRODUCTION: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a leading cause of preventable blindness in developing and developed countries. Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is a specific microvascular complication of DM. Our study intends to outline the magnitude of the DR problem in our community. METHODS: Of the 1143 patients that attended OPD, 111 had DM. Identified patients underwent a battery of examinations and relevant blood investigations. RESULT: Prevalence of DR amongst those screened was 48.64%. The retinopathy profile showed 9.90% cases of mild non proliferative diabetic retinopathy, 14.41 of moderate non proliferative diabetic retinopathy, 7.20% severe non proliferative diabetic retinopathy, 17.11% proliferative diabetic retinopathy, 14.41% macular oedema. CONCLUSION: The prevalence of DR in urban south Indian population is 48.64% and is strongly associated with hypertension
Morphometric Analysis of Sukhna Catchment Area Using GIS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Published by INDIRA S.
S. Anbukumar, Gurleen Kaur Management of watershed encompasses various activities from watershed delineation to monitoring. The suitability of land for development is not only based on a set of physical parameters (geography/terrain, soils, slopes, forest, geology etc.) of the land but also very much on the economic factors. The cumulative effect of these factors determine the degree of suitability and also helps in further categorization of land into different priority orders for development. Catchment area of Sukhna Lake falls under 3 territories: Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. Chandigarh portion comprises of Shivalik Hills which are prone to erosion. Catchment is drained by 2 seasonal rivulets namely KANSAL and NEPLI NADI (both originating from Haryana).The present study makes an attempt to prioritize Sukhna sub-watersheds based on morphometric and GIS techniques. The prioritization is done take various treatment and soil conservation measures. The software used is QGIS (Quantum GIS). Watershed prioritization is the ranking of different micro watersheds of a watershed according to the order in which they have to be taken up for development. Holistic integrated planning, involving remote sensing and GIS has been found to be effective in planning for regional development based on watershed approach.
Uttar Bharat ki Hindi Patra- Patrikae published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Balendra Singh Yadav -
Design and analysis of corrugated sandwich Panel for structural applications published in

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Selvakumar. A. S. , Palanivelrajan . V Sandwich panels with high modulus/high strength skin material and low density/low modulus core material have higher stiffness-to-weight ratio than monolithic panels. In this paper, sandwich panels with corrugated core are explored as a light weighting concept for improved stiffness. The skin and the core materials are a high strength stainless steel, aluminum alloy or carbon fiber-epoxy composite. Corrugated open metallic sandwich structures are novel type of structures. Flexural modulus is a basic property of the material in such fabricated open core structures welding by spot welding. In the present work spot welded metallic panels are used to optimize the geometry. Based on the analysis, panel structure parameters considered are Thickness of the sheet, Core height, Core shape, Panel size and Material constituents of panel face sheet, bottom sheet and core. The parameters are analyzed by Taguchi design of experiments by considering orthogonal array of L9. The main aim is to optimize the panel dimensions of a fabricated metallic panel, using Finite Element Analysis. The results show that the proposed approach can find optimal dimensions considering both better and more robust design.
Examining CAATTs Implementation by Internal Auditors in the Public Sector published in

Indian-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (IPJAF)

Published by OMJP Alpha Publishing
Aidi Ahmi Siti Zabedah Saidin Akilah Abdulla Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques (CAATTs) are not new for auditors, and it needs to be adopted to gain the audit efficiency and effectiveness especially in a current era of technology. This paper examined the implementation of CAATTs by internal auditors in the public sector. Accordingly, this research reports the results from 12 interviews made with internal audit departments in public sector in both federal and state level in Malaysia. This research found that the implementation of CAATTs by internal auditors in public sector is still low due to lack of expertise, high implementation and maintenance cost, limited access of auditee’s data, and most of them prefer to conduct the audit manually. Furthermore, it is not mandatory for them to use CAATTs. The evidence is a contrast with the encouragement made by the government to improve the IT usage in public sector. The results implied that training for future auditors in CAATTs to ensure the successful implementation is crucial. For CAATTs to be a success, the head of internal audit also must have the awareness about the importance of CAATTs as well as enforcement of its implementation.
SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING: TEACHER AND LEARNER published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Ms. Bherlyn Joy Marquez-Leccio, RN,MAN Currently, the academic institutions in most countries across the globe are striving their best to uplift the quality of education. Teachers and administrators are looking for variety of ways to make learning interesting and fulfilling which could lead to life-long learning. Similarly, various teaching strategies are being employed to enhance the level of understanding and critical thinking of the students. One approach to meet this goal is through encouraging the students to become self-directed learners. Self-directed learning can be considered part of the teaching methodology for a long period of time. However, the effectiveness of self-directed learning approach is underestimated. As the teacher and learner plays a huge role in determining the utilization and effectiveness of Self-directed learning. A review of literature shows that self-learning in general, are not only convenient for the teachers, but, in fact, more effective than traditional teaching and learning approach. Hence, this literature review aimed to present the historical underpinning of self-directed learning, the teachers' role in employing self-directed learning and the process on becoming a self-directed learners.
A Comparative Study of Management of Fistulain Ano with Partial Fistulectomy Combined with Medicated Seton Technique and Conventional Fistulectomy published in

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Shegorika Rajwani Reducing financial risk and managing portfolio to reap maximum returns has always been an interesting area of study. International diversification of funds does help the investors to get the maximum out of their investment. If the international markets are integrated, then there would not arise much benefits of diversification. The objective of the present study is to complement the existing literature on the various definitions suggested by different researchers, to help investors understand where to invest.
Design of multi -band dual linear polarized microstrip antenna for remote sensing applications published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Priya Kumari The design of triple “ band L1/L5/S dual linear polarized microstrip antenna is simulated and presented. The triple band is designed as one antenna for dual “ band L1/L5 with dual “ linear polarization and a shared aperture antenna for single S band dual -linear polarization behaviour. The performance of the designed antenna was compute using HFSS. The antenna is designed to fulfill the remote sensing requirements, where multi band dual -polarization is required. Priya Kumari"Design of multi -band dual linear polarized microstrip antenna for remote sensing applications" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12925.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/12925/design-of-multi--band-dual-linear-polarized-microstrip-antenna-for-remote-sensing-applications/priya-kumari
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN EFFICIENT COMPRESSOR & ADDER BASED MAC ARCHITECTURE FOR DSP APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. Jayasrinivasarao*, P. Pavankumar, O. B. B. Madhuri DSP operations are very important part of engineering as well as medical discipline. For the designing of DSP operations Multiplication is play important role to perform signal processing operations. Multiplier is one of the critical components in the area of digital signal processing and hearing aids. In this paper, efficient hardware architecture of MAC using a modified Wallace tree multiplier is proposed. The proposed MAC uses multiplier with novel compressor designs and adders as primitive building blocks for efficient application. Further, the Verilog-HDL coding of 8 bit MAC architecture and their FPGA implementation by Xilinx ISE 14.4 Synthesis Tool on Virtex7 kit have been done. The proposed compressor and adder based architecture used to be applied to MAC unit and in comparison to the previous design MAC unit and verified that the proposed architecture have reduce in terms of area, delay and power.
THE COMPETENCY BASED TRAINING (CBT) CONCEPT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING IN THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES IN GHANA: CHALLENGES AND THE WAY FORWARD published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Prince Charles Acquah, Elijah Boadu Frimpong, Julius Kwame Borkloe Competency Based Training (CBT) concept of teaching and learning introduced in the technical universities in Ghana has proven to be a very important educational programme in the technical and vocational education in Ghana. It has greatly improved the employability skills of graduates from the technical universities who have gone through this training and it is also helping to address the shortage of skilled and competent workforce needed in the country. In spite of its importance and prospects, there are some challenges in the CBT implementation that require urgent attention. This paper therefore seeks to address these challenges in the CBT concept. Twenty-five (25) academic staff across eight (8) out of the ten (10) technical universities in Ghana were interviewed. The findings revealed that inadequate funding, lack of infrastructural support and lack of policy guidelines and institutional support are the major challenges in the implementation process. The paper discusses these challenges and concludes with some recommendations that would help to improve the CBT concept of teaching and learning in technical universities in particular and the technical and the vocational education in Ghana in general. Keywords: Competency Based Training, Technical University, Ghana Education, CBT Challenges.
Economic surplus estimates of improved vegetable production technology in Maharashtra published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.P. PAWAR*, S.S. BHOSALE1, M.R. PATIL1 AND R.K. RAHANE1 The paper envisages the detailed analysis of assessment of improved vegetable production technologies on production, resource use economic surplus estimates of vegetable growers in Maharashtra. Among the adopters, maximum share of total cropped area was observed under cereals crops (34.15 %) followed by vegetable crops (25.61 %). Among the non adopters, cereals crops contributed maximum area (38.25 %) followed by vegetable crops (28.85 %). The net present value of cultivation of major vegetables was estimated to Rs. 4849 crores and in case of chilli, okra, brinjal, onion and tomato it was Rs. 1521, Rs. 672, Rs. 46, Rs. 1134 and Rs. 1476 crores, respectively. The benefit cost ratio of an investment made in vegetable research was observed 1:89 for major vegetables in Maharashtra. Among the vegetables, the highest (Rs. 873 crores) consumers surplus was recorded in case of tomato and it was followed by chilli (Rs.621 crores), onion (Rs. 524 crores), okra (Rs. 299 crores) and brinjal (Rs.26 crores). The total surplus in vegetable cultivation especially of five major vegetables due to adoption of improved vegetable production technology was to the tune of Rs. 3168.48 crores and it was Rs. 988.57, Rs. 961.42, Rs. 741.53, Rs. 439.68 and Rs. 37.28 crores in case of chilli, tomato, onion, okra and brinjal, respectively.
Spontaneous Rupture of the Kidney Due to Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: The First Episode and a Glance on the Literature published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Sami Mahjoub Taha*, Awad Al Kareem Abd El Geyoom, Mohammed El Imam M Ahmed, Nada Osman and Musab Mahjoub Taha Abstract Spontaneous rupture of the kidney consists of the atraumatic disruption of the renal parenchyma, followed by hemorrhage or leakage of urine into the perinephric space. A17 years old male known case of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), referred to the urology department with right loin pain and fever for 3days. There was no history of trauma. Investigations revealed low hemoglobin, low platelets 18000 and urine analysis showed pus cells 14-18 cell/HPF and RBCs 2-4 /HPF. Renal functions tests and coagulation profi le were normal. CT urography showed bulky right kidney with mid pole laceration leaking of the contrast in the perinephric space. Conservative treatment was done (Double j insertion-ultrasound guided aspiration). Postoperatively he was generally well, afebrile, pain subside and repeated abdominal U/S showed no collection. Conservative management can be appropriate where clinical signs stabilize.
A Qualitative Comparative Analysis to Identify Effective Designs of Online Promotions published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Suntong Qi, Ling Peng In recent years, sales promotions have been increasingly used by companies and become a large part of marketing spending worldwide to attract attention, generate excitement and increase profits. To stand out from a flood of frequent sales promotion practices, marketers need to carefully design various promotion attributes such as time limit, type of incentives and exclusivity. The mere effect of particular promotion attributes on purchase decisions have far been studied by previous researches but the findings are ambiguous and inconsistent. How the effect of promotion attribute on consumers’ response varies with the presence of other attributes is worth investigation. This study fills this gap by employing a novel and holistic view that focus on the configurative effect of promotion attributes. We posit that a promotion is best understood as a configuration of attributes. Drawing on previous research on promotion, it is hypothesized that individual promotion attributes could have either positive or negative effects when combined with other promotional characteristics. Moreover, only specific combinations of attributes rather than individual promotion attributes lead to promotion effectiveness. Specifically, we identify configurations of promotion attributes that can help companies to achieve market expansion and customer acceleration. A set-theoretic method (Qualitative Comparative Analysis) is applied to address the research question. The results show that promotion attributes should be aligned one another as well as the promotion purpose to achieve effectiveness. The research findings about causally relevant conditions of an effective promotion can help managers to formulate the design of promotions for different purpose.
Analisis Hasil Uji Kompetensi Guru Fisika published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Fauzi Bakri, Sabar Budi This study aims to map the pedagogical competence and professional competence of teachers high school physics teacher competency test participants (UKG) in 2012. The study was conducted qualitatively by exposure method facto supported the survey results in the form of FGD field visits in 2013 to 2015. The research data is secondary data test results of high school physics teacher competence and FGD data obtained from a visit to several cities in several provinces. Teacher competency test secondary data obtained from the Center for Professional Development of Teachers (PUSBANGPRODIK) Kemdikbud. Teacher competency test was mapped by the standard of essential indicators of teacher competence. For pedagogical competence there are 22 essential indicators, while professional competence are 59 essential indicators. Teacher competency test results in 2012 illustrate that there is one indicator pegagogik at the lowest level, 12 indicators at low levels, while the professional indicator has one indicator at a very low level, 25 indicators at low levels. Based on the results of focus group discussions and field surveys conducted in several high schools in several provinces in 2013 and 2015 found that teachers are less creative in designing scientific learning student-centered. Teachers lack pedagogical training and training to improve the mastery of concepts of physics. Availability of laboratory experiments are also very limited. Textbooks to support the professional competence of teachers of physics that is not owned by the school library.
EFFICIENCY OF HUMAN CAPITAL: THEORETICAL AND METHODICAL ASPECTS 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�
Kristinevich Sergey The article deals with the existing theoretical approaches to evaluating the effectiveness of human capital development. The aim of the work is in the conceptualization of approaches to measuring the effectiveness of human capital development. The ambiguity of notions «human capital» causes a variety of approaches to its measurement and assessment. Systematization of approaches allows you to emphasize basic: 1. Determination of the effectiveness of development on the basis of past efforts (costs). 2. Determination of the effectiveness of development on the basis of return (future income). 3 Determination of the effectiveness of using indexes. Indicative approach to the measurement and assessment of human capital has some advantages compared with other approaches considered, as measurement of human capital with the help of the index allows you to combine dignity and overcome the limitations of natural and cost estimates; measuring and evaluating human capital, representatives of the first two approaches represent a significant emphasis on its capital nature and less on the fact that he is human. This «gives them the right» to use the theoretical and methodological approaches to the measurement and assessment human capital, by analogy with real capital, which leads to the following methodological one-sided: the human capital is seen as static, stockpiling and ignored its dynamic side - development. Indicative approach eliminates this gap; multifactorial evaluation indexes give both endogenous and exogenous conditions (take into account the influence of the institutional environment), allow us to consider the development of human capital in terms of institutional dynamics, thus acting as one of the tools for the concept of institutional effectiveness of human capital development.
HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN PAPAYA DUE TO PAPAYA RING SPOT VIRUS ISOLATE IN TERAI REGION OF EASTERN UTTAR PRADESH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ravindra Kumar Pandey* Papaya Ring Spot Virus induces various histopathological changes in Carica papaya L. The morphological symptoms induced are ring spot, distortion and mottling symptoms on foliage, stunting in stem, fragile roots and concentric ring and deteriorated fruit. The anatomical studies of 90 days old symptomatic leaf stem and root sample revealed extensive deformation of parenchyma tissues in leaf, poor differentiation of vascular tissue without disintegration, reduced size of xylem cells in roots. The root tissues also showed increased lignifications and reduced protoxylem. Hyperplasia in cells externally visible as ring spots was observed. Hypertrophy in cells due to poor differentiation of secondary tissues caused weak and fragile stem and roots in host. The disease was very widespread in the study region causing 71-86% yield losses (Khurana 1968).
Knowledge Attitude and Practice of Hospital Waste Management in Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Sciences And Associated Hospital published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Thakur Singh H, Singh L. , Dhruw V. , Jitpure S. Let the wastage of sick not contaminated the lives of healthy.The waste produced in the course of Health care activities carries a high potential for infection & injury than other type of waste. Therefore it is essential to have safe and reliable method for its handling. Inadequate and Inappropriate handling of healthcare waste may have serious public health consequence and significant impact on environment.There is absence of quantitative and qualitative scientific data regarding various component of Hospital waste management. Appropriate management of health care waste is a crucial component of Environmental health protection and integral feature of health care services. Objective : 1. To Observe the hospital waste management system in teaching hospital. 2. To study the practice of waste handling by nurses , ward boy , and other hospital staffs. Material and Method : A cross sectional observational study was carried out to access the waste management system in teaching hospital and also access the knowledge of hospital regarding hospital waste handling . Interview of 437 hospital staffs carried out on predesign and pretesting oral questioning. Statistical analysis : Analysis using by SPSS software. Result : Out of total 52 collection site (Wards , OPD , OT) only 22 (42%) places proper colour coding is followed. This indicates risk of intermixing of biomedical waste . Only in 15 (28.8%) places are proper segregation , colour coding well maintain container with proper polythene bag found. 100% of waste handlers used globes as protective measure . Only 3(10%) used apron, 18 (64%) used mask, no one used goggle as protective measure . The sanitary workers have inadequate knowledge and poor practice of hospital waste handling. Conclusion : Total 52 collection site of hospital was surveyed ,colour coding, proper segregation is followed only in 22 (42.3 %). Hospital waste not properly segregated at source during transportation and disposal . No waste management policy and committee are formed at hospital level. Hospital waste material is disposed through authorised outsource private agency. ABSTRACT KEYWORDS : Biomedical Waste, Segreg
Self-Care Behaviour In Health Of The Elderly In Viet Nam published in

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Hoang Moc Lan, Trinh Thi Linh This study aimed to examine the behaviors of self-care in health of the elderly in Viet Nam in the current period. The study was performed on 600 elder people from 6 different provinces and cities, in three areas : the North, the Centre and the South of the country. Results of data analysis showed three types of health care behaviors of the elderly in Viet Nam which are responsible, vague and abandoned self-care .The processes and data analysis also show the statistically significant differences in this self-care behaviors by gender, age, living situation, education as well as the work currently that the elderly are assumed.
What We Learned about the Relationship between Transport System, Economic and Population Growth in the case of Landlocked Country? published in

Journal of Economic and Financial Modelling (JEFM)

Published by Aves Publishers
Riadh HARIZI, Rafaa MRAHI The aim of this paper is to model and quantify the interactions between transport, economic and population growth. To do this, we have used an econometric analysis based on the Vector autoregressive (VAR) and Vector error coorections (VEC) models. This paper highlights two aspects of transport sector: i) the systemic and historical aspect of transport and ii) the implications for public finances. The used techniques provided us detailed results about the causality quantification between transport system, economy and society. This paper proposes the quantification of the interactions which can helps decisions made in public-transport investment in the medium and long term, especially in a landlocked country. Many interactions between GDP, transport system and population have been found for the case of Burkina Faso during the 1960-2008 periods. Results show that interactions in the medium and long term are conducted as a phenomenon of "snowball".
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF DIESEL ENGINE FUELED USING JATROPHA BIO DIESEL BLENDED FUELED published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohd Zaheen Khan* Biodiesels have recently been recognized as a potential substitute to Diese l oil. It is produced from oils or fats using a process called transesterification, in which oils are reacted with alcohols in order to form the esters, which are called biodiesels. Feedstock for biodiesel include animal fats, vegetable oils Jatropha, Mahu a, Sunflower, Palm, Pongamia Pinnata (Karanja), Cotton seed, Neem, Rubber seed, Corn, Sesame, Cotton seed. Biodiesel is a liquid closely similar in properties to fossil/mineral diesel. Chemically, it consists mostly of Fatty Acid Methyl (or Ethyl) Esters ( FAME). Most of the biodiesels meet the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) biodiesel standards. Several developed countries have introduced policies encouraging the use of bio diesels made from vegetable oils, bio mass etc. in transport, agri culture and other sectors with the idea of achieving the following goals. It this experiment shows that B25 (25% Biodiesel & 75% Diesel) have closer performance to 100% Diesel and 100% Bio Diesel had lower brake thermal efficiency mainly due to its high vi scosity compared to diesel. The brake thermal efficiency for Bio diesel and its blends was found to be slightly higher than that of diesel fuel at tested load conditions and there are no difference between the biodiesel and its blended fuels efficiencies. For Jatropha biodiesel and its blended fuels, the exhaust gas temperature increased with increase in power and amount of biodiesel. However, its diesel blends showed reasonable efficiencies, lower smoke, CO and CO 2 . Methyl ester of Jatropha offers fuel con servation as well as reduces pollution. The emission constituents are carbon monoxide (CO), unburnt hydrocarbons (HC), Oxides of nitrogen (NO X ), Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ).
Impact of Nickel Chloride on Wistar Rat Epididymis: A Biochemical Study published in

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Dr Neena Nair Nickel, a ubiquitous environmental contaminant, poses a risk to human health. The present study evaluates the effect of nickel chloride as nickel on epididymides of Wistar rats. The rats were provided NiCl2 below LD 50 (250,500 and 1000 ppm) ad libtum for 2- and 4-weeks. Animals were sacrificed after 2- and 4-weeks under light ether anaesthesia. Organ viz. caput and cauda epididymides were excised, trimmed off of extraneous tissues, stored at -70 ? C until the assays were performed. A dose dependent increase (P < 0.05) in lipid peroxidation (MDA) and hydroperoxides concentration as well as catalase activity in caput and cauda epididymides was observed. However, total superoxide dismutase, Cu-Zn superoxide dismutase and Mn- superoxide dismutase activities decreased. Further, the total zinc decreased while total copper concentration increased in the epididymides at all doses. The results indicate that epididymides after NiCl2 intake are vulnerable to oxidative stress which could cause dysfunction and may impair fertility.
Transient Hypoparathyroidism in Diabetic Ketoacidosis published in

Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Wenhui Zhao*, Haiqing Zhu, Zhiqiang Cheng, Bo Zhang, Xiaoyan Xing Introduction: Diabetic ketoacidosispatients frequently develop a constellation of electrolyte disorders. These patientsare markedly potassium-, magnesium- and phosphate-depleted, but hypocalcemia due to transient hypoparathyroidism was seldom reported previously. Methods: We describe the clinical history, physical examination findings and laboratory values of the patient and briefly review the relevant literature. Result: A 43-year-old man with a history of diabetes mellitus presented with vomiting, diarrhea and fatigue for 2 days and his laboratory tests showed high serum glucose and diabetic ketoacidosis. CT scan of the abdomen showed no abnormity. Intravenous fluid resuscitation and continuous insulin infusion was initiated. Omeprazole was started for possible upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage. Hypocalcemia, hypophosphatemia, relative hypomagnesemia and transient hypoparathyroidism occurred in the recovering process of diabetic ketoacidosis. There was neither tetany nor spasmin this patient. Two days after the cessation of omeprazole, his serum total calcium, serum phosphateand PTH all returned to normal range. Conclusion: Physicians should alert transient hypoparathyroidism in diabetic ketoacidosis patients, especially those treated with proton pump inhibitors.
The Mythical Matrix of the Santals (A Key to entry into a tribe dispersed in many states of North India) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vijay Kerketta The Santals are an indigenous people. Whatever their origin, the scholars opine that they have inhabited India before the Aryan invasion. If they have lived in India for so long, why are they so unknown a people? Why have they been so obscure? Their obscurity may lie in the fact that they are peace loving people. They concern a peaceful habitat with their land and environment. Their basic life provision is agriculture. They concern themselves with the deeper dimension but not many have popularized this aspect of their life. The article hopes to arouse curiosity and interest in these people. Vijay Kerketta"The Mythical Matrix of the Santals (A Key to entry into a tribe dispersed in many states of North India)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8257.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/other/8257/the-mythical-matrix-of-the-santals--a-key-to-entry-into-a-tribe-dispersed-in-many-states-of-north-india/vijay-kerketta
Physico-Chemical Studies on the Effect of Package Additives in Automotive Engine Oils published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Muralidhara P L, Guruprasad M, Nirguna Babu P, Jagannadha Rao Y and Jayarama Naidu C Lubricating oils are extremely essential for the operation of modern automotive machinery. They are formulated by blending special purpose chemicals into Base oil of crude origin to achieve desired properties required by application at hand. In the present work, commercial package additive (multi-chemical compound) has been used to formulate the Engine Oil. The blending proportion of package Additives are varied from 0–15 volume % and its tribological properties are measured using standard test methods. The Physico-chemical studies on the effect of addition of package additives to formulate automotive engine oil are studied and reported.
Narrow-Band 1D Photonic Crystal Based Omni-Directional Mirror at 1550nm for Optical Fiber Communication published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sanjeev Sharma*1, Rajendra Kumar1, Kh.S. Singh2, Vipin Kumar2 and M.P.Srinivasa Rao3 Omni-directional reflection (ODR) property of one-dimensional photonic crystal (PC) structures consisting of alternate layers of Germanium (Ge), and zinc sulfide (ZnS) has been investigated. The existence of total Omnidirectional reflection band gap in 1D-PC is predicted theoretically. Reflectivity of one dimensional periodic structure for TE and TM-modes at deferent angles of incidence has been calculated by using Transfer Matrix Method (TMM). It is found that the mirror designed with these materials has a ODR range which covers the window of 1550 nm used in optical communications.
A comparative study of production of banana and paddy in tirunelveli district published in

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Secure and Efficient Access Control Over P2P Cloud Storage System. published in

International Journal of Advanced and Innovative Research

Published by Spring S Technologies
A.Sudha, P.M. Kamatchi A P2P stockpiling cloud might be molded to supply to a great degree offered capacity administrations, bringing down the monetary incentive by abusing the cabinet space of participating clients. In any case, since cloud separates and clients ar normally outside the beyond any doubt area of data house proprietors, P2P stockpiling cloud delivers new difficulties for data security and access administration once data house proprietors store touchy data for partaking in the beyond any doubt space. In addition, there aren't any instruments for get to administration in P2P stockpiling cloud. to manage this issue, we tend to style a ciphertext-approach quality based coding () subject and an intermediary re-encryption topic. upheld them, we tend to any propose a safe and temperate access administration over associate to look distributed storage framework. we tend to authorize get to strategies bolstered client characteristics, and coordinate P2P name framework. this grants data hou se proprietors to assign the greater part of the substantial client repudiation errands to cloud servers and respectable framework peers. Our security investigation exhibits that framework is certifiably secure. search. Results from this study shows that the sentiment analysis system for smarts} product on social media victimisation QDminer technique is in a position to classify user opinions with good exactness and accuracy.
METAL ION CONCENTRATION AND STABILITY OF GROUNDNUT OIL FROM ADAMAWA STATE published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
Amina M.K., Osemeahon S.A. and Moddibo U.U. The stability of oil extracted from groundnuts harvested from six different farms (Pella, Mombui, Galbe, Hoina, Kanjara and Dabna) in Hong and Gombi local government areas of Adamawa state of Nigeria were evaluated using peroxide value method. The concentrations of some heavy metals (Mn, Zn, Fe and Cu) in the edible vegetable oils were also investigated using atomic absorption spectrometer. The concentration of the mineral elements in the oil samples were 5.15 to 5.46 ppm for Mn, 6.15 to 6.70 ppm for Zn, 5.43 to 5.71 for Fe and 4.43 to 4.62 for Cu. Mn and Zn levels were within recommended threshold values, above which is considered toxic for human and animal consumption, but Cu and Fe were higher than the threshold values. The peroxide values obtained were 1.69 for Pella, 2.01 for Mombui, 5.30 for Galbe, 3.36 for Hoina, 3.56 for Kanjara and 3.09 for Dabna. The peroxide values were extremely higher than the maximum level of tolerance of 0.05. The results of this work suggest that oils from the studied areas are unstable and might be susceptible to rancidity if appropriate preservative measures are not put in place. Keywords: Groundnut oil; Heavy metals; Peroxide value; Adamawa State.
EDUCATION DETERMINES THE HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE ON THE STROKE PATIENTS OF THE NATIONAL STROKE HOSPITAL, WEST SUMATERA, INDONESIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Lailaturrahmi1, Armenia*1, Khairil Armal2 and Akmal2 Background: HRQoL is a comprehensive assessment method to understand the disease burden of stroke patients. This study determine the association between social demography characteristics (gender, age, education, and occupation) with HRQoL of the hypertensive stroke patients with or without other comorbidities. Method: The research was conducted between March to May 2014. An amount of 155 patients were participated in this study. The patients were interviewed by using Stroke Specific Quality of Life (SSQoL) questionnaire that has been translated to Indonesian to determine the HRQoL score. Data of patients gender, age, education, and occupation were collected by interviewing the patients whiched were confirmed by their medical records. T-test and one-way ANOVA were used to analyze the relationship between social demography characteristics of hypertensive stroke patients with their HRQoL. The 95% confidence intervals was taken for the significance. Results: Education level significantly affected the HRQoL score (p<0.05), while gender, age, and occupation were not significantly influenced the HRQoL score (p>0.1). Patients who completed the education in senior high school possessed the highest HRQoL score and the patients with lower level of education had lower HRQoL score. Conclusion: The HRQoL of the stroke patients is determined by their level of education, but not by gender, age, and occupation.
Assessing Adequacy of a Probability Distribution for Estimation of Design Flood published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
N. Vivekanandan Estimation of design flood for a desired return period is of prime importance for safe design of hydraulic structures such as dams, spillways, bridges, culverts, urban drainage systems and flood plain zoning. Frequency analysis enables estimation of the probability of occurrence of a certain hydrological event of practical importance by fitting a probability distribution to one that is empirically obtained from recorded annual maximum discharge (AMD) data. This study deals with the fitting of Extreme Value Type-1, Gamma, 2-parameter Lognormal (LN2) and Log Pearson Type-3 (LP3) distributions to the AMD data; and examines the use of goodness-of-fit tests and diagnostic analysis in assessing the adequacy of suitable probability distribution for estimation of design flood. Results of the study showed that LN2 distribution is better suited for modelling flood data for Tapi at Burhanpur, Girna at Dapuri and Bori at Malkheda sites; and LP3 is the best for Purna at Lakhpuri.
THE EFFECT OF MAXIMUM PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND MANGGONG BAMBOO (Gigantochloa manggong) LEAF EXTRACT ON CATALASE ACTIVITY IN LIVER ORGAN OF RATS (Rattus norvegicus) published in

Jurnal Metamorfosa, Journal of Biological Sciences

Published by Master of Biology of Udayana University
Supriyatin, Sri Rahayu, and Ririn Apriana Gigantochloa manggong, one of endemic bamboo plant in Indonesia is suspected to have exogenous antioxidant potential. Exogenous antioxidant can help the activity of endogenous antioxidant in the body when overtraining occurs. Antioxidant can be measured by catalase enzymes activity. This study was carried out to determine the effect of maximum physical activity and leaf bamboo extract on catalase activity in liver organ of rats. This research used experimental method with completely randomized design (CRD). The test groups were the control rats (E0R0), leaf extract induced rats (E1R0), swimming activity treated rats (E0R1) and leaf extract induced and swimming activity treated rats (E1R1). Data were analyzed by the two-way ANOVA statistical test. Bamboo leaf extract non-toxic and leaf extract contained flavonoids, alkaloids, triterpenoids dan saponins. Catalase units in the control group is 1.00 unit/ml, the induced leaf extract group is 0.89 unit/ml, the maximum physical activity group is 0.78 unit/ml and the maximum physical activity treated and induced leaf extract group is 0.56 unit/ml. Based on statistical test, catalase activity has no effect (p>0,05) on rats. It was concluded that maximum physical activity could not reduce catalase activity. Manggong bamboo leaves extract could not increase catalase activity and there was no effect between maximum physical activity and manggong bamboo leaf extract on catalase activity in liver organ of rats.
BUTACHLOR INDUCED OXIDATIVE AND HORMONAL IMBALANCE CORRELATED WITH OVARIAN ANOMALIES IN FRESH WATER INDIAN CAT FISH CLARIAS BATRACHUS (LINN.): SEM STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Prakriti Verma* and G. B. Chand Fresh water Indian cat fish Clarias batrachus (Linn.) were exposed to Butachlor 2 chloro-N-(2-6 diphenyl) acetamide exposure at a dose of 1.5?l/L for 5, 10 and 15 days respectively. At the termination of each exposure blood samples were collected and analysed for serum Lipid peroxides (LPO), reduced glutathione (GSH), Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and Estradiol level as per standard method of WHO. The ovarian tissues were fixed in chilled (4C) 2.5% gluteraldehyde followed by its post fixation in 1% OSO4 in 0.1 M Phosphate Buffer at pH 7.2. The tisssues were further processed for SEM studies. The results showed a significant (p<0.01) increase in LPO level and simultaneous decrease in GSH level of fish. A significant decrease in serum TSH and significant (p<0.05) increase in serum estradiol were reported. Ultra structure of ovarian cells showed grooves, papillae and protuberances on the surface of the oocytes. Hence it can be concluded that butachlor sets in a wave of oxidative and hormonal imbalance leading to gonadal atrophy in fish.
APPLICATION OF SOPHOROLIPIDS SYNTHESIZED USING LAURYL ALCOHOL AS A GERMICIDE AND FRUIT-VEGETABLE WASH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vrushali Dengle-Pulate1,2 , Jnanada Joshi 2,3, Sunil Bhagwat1, Asmita Prabhune2* Sophorolipids are glycolipids that can be produced by bioconversion of native and renewable feed stocks. They have the combined advantage of green chemistry and a lower carbon footprint without the undesirable side products or environmental downsides associated with many market reference surfactants. Sophorolipids are reported to have a low acute toxicity and are fully biodegradable. Sophorolipid production was carried out using glucose as the hydrophilic source and lauryl alcohol C1214, as the hydrophobic source using Candida bombicola ATCC 22214 (SLLA). A germicidal composition suitable for cleaning fruits and vegetables was formulated using SLLA. Various fruits and vegetables were sprayed with the formulation to check its effect on the shelf life of the sprayed vegetables. Log reduction assay was used to determine the effectiveness of the formulation at reducing microorganism population. Treatment with germicidal resulted in > 90 % reduction of cells i.e. 1 log reduction in Salmonella typhimurium ATCC 23564 and > 99 % reduction of cells i.e. 2 log reduction in Escherichia coli ATCC 8739 after 10 minutes. Erwinia chrysanthemi ATCC 11663 and Xanthomonas campestris ATCC 13951 resulted in 100% reduction of cells after 10 minutes. These results are remarkably encouraging compared to reported studies.
MONITORING OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROCESSES FOR MANAGEMENT DECISIONS USING BIG DATA 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�
Patsai Bogdan, Filippova Lyubov Purpose. The subject of the research are methods and approaches that used to monitor the socio-economic processes in the information society. The purpose the study is to analyze the existing approaches to the definition of monitoring and accounting of advanced tools and technologies that used to monitor the socio-economic processes and phenomena using unstructured data. Methodology. Methodological and theoretical basis of the study constitute the fundamental works of foreign and domestic scientists. Methods of system analysis, induction and deduction was apply. Results. Theoretical approaches to the definition of monitoring were analyze in the work. Terms of preparation for the monitoring were identify and the steps of the meeting have been describe. Particular attention paid to the monitoring and management subsystem as a general approach to the definition of its elements. Monitoring role and relevance of the use of modern methods and approaches in the study of socio-economic processes and phenomena has been consider. The main trends in the use of big data, prospects and benefits of their use have been disclose. In summary, that the introduction of big data to reduce costs, optimize the time to justify business decisions and the like. Using analytics allows you to create an effective system of management of financial flows in order to improve the efficiency of enterprises. Practical implications. The results can be used in industries such scientific knowledge as a business analyst, controlling, analytical methods of strategic management, information technology, data analysis. This will not only reduce the cost of hardware, but also give the opportunity to make informed management decisions. Conclusions. Considering the concept of «monitoring» from different points of view can speak with confidence about his ambiguity and complexity. Various scientific sphere was use as a tool for monitoring their research, investing in this concept is its interpretation. A key factor in the analysis of this concept is the object of monitoring and its purpose, define the structure of his system, approaches and techniques that used at the same time. The use of traditional methods is advisable only if the small amount of data that were analyze. Due to the tastes and requirements of the consumer goods and services are rapidly changing, and the globalization of markets are increasingly affects the economic processes. Become necessary system that would not only take into account the wishes of the development phase of development strategies, but also minimizes the likelihood of financial loss, quickly adapting to the new challenges of the environment. This objective was realize only in the case of complex application monitoring system of socioeconomic processes and phenomena using big data to make effective management decisions.
SYNTHESIS, GROWTH AND CHARACTERIZATION OF Mg DOPED LAHC SINGLE CRYSTALS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
V. Renganayaki*, V. C. Bharath Sabarish Single crystals of Mg doped L Alanine Hydrogen chloride (Mg doped LAHC) have been synthesized. The synthesized material has been purified by repeated recrystallization process. Single crystals were grown by slow evaporation method. The spectroscopic techniques namely, Fourier Transform InfraRed (FTIR), UV-VIS-NIR were used to study the properties of the crystals. The structural and lattice parameters determination was done by X-ray diffraction. The thermal stability studies were carried out. The thermoanalytical parameters like activation energy, entropy for activation and Arrhenius pre exponential factor needed for a chemical reaction were found using Coats- Redfern method.
Radial Nerve Palsy in Fracture Shaft of Humerus published in

Published by
Dr. Surendra U. Kamath, Dr. Amit Bharadwaj A radial nerve injury associated with a humeral shaft fracture is an important injury pattern among trauma patients.This study is to find out the incidence of radial nerve palsy and to analyze results of treatment of fracture shaft of Humerus associated with radial nerve injury to improve outcome and avoid long-term morbidity.A total of eighty patients of fractures were analyzed with twenty immediate and five with secondary radial nerve palsy. Out of 25 patients, 20 presented with primary radial nerve palsy. 18 patients recovered completely.The outcome of radial nerve palsy was not found to be related to age group, sex, side, mechanism of injury, geometry of fracture, intraoperative condition of nerve, method of treatment of fracture and time of exploration of radial nerve.Our study recommends a conservative management and a complete recovery of the nerve can be quite delayed, patience is merited before considering tendon transfers.
Performance of Agricultural Sector in Rajasthan published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
DEV KARAN Assistant Professor, Department of Economics Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan Abstract Rajasthan’s economy continues to be predominantly agrarian. About 75 percent population in Rajasthan lives in rural areas, which depends directly or indirectly on agricultural sector. Similarly, the share of state’s rural labour force employed in agriculture (main workers) was found very high in Rajasthan. Thus, it is evident that the rural labour force depends mostly on agriculture and is unlikely to reduce drastically in the near future. In addition to this, the direct impact of agricultural growth on generation of rural employment and incomes, its significant secondary linkages with the development of rural non- farm sectors are more crucial. The economy of Rajasthan is mostly depended on agriculture and 20 percent of state’s GDP comes from agriculture. Recognized as the largest state of India, Rajasthan has cultivated area of almost 20 million hectares but due to some unavoidable circumstances on 20% of the total cultivated area is irrigated. In recent years there is significant change in cropping pattern in Rajasthan has been observed. In Rajasthan there is clear shift from food crops to non-food crops is seen and thus is this paper study of relation between irrigated area and food & non-food crops is proposed. In pursuance of the main objective to study the various aspects of agricultural development of Rajasthan, a perusal and systematic analysis of the prevailing agricultural economy of Rajasthan become imperative. In this paper careful assessment of performance of agricultural sector of the state will be carried out and also in this paper basic feature of agricultural economy of Rajasthan will be highlighted. For this purpose simple statistical techniques are extensively used such as percentage, averages, index number and Pearson’s correlation co-efficient and co-efficient of variation.
Ortner’s Syndrome: A cause of unilateral vocal cord paralysis published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Vanitha Palanisamy*, Kevin Suresh Doshi, Tengku Ezulia Tengku Nun Ahmad, Mohd Zulkifl ee Abu Bakar and Raman Rajagopalan Ortner’s syndrome is rare syndrome characterised by hoarseness of voice due to recurrent laryngeal nerve involvement in cardiovascular disease. This report presents a case of left laryngeal paralysis caused by an aortic arch aneurysm and to highlight the importance of an otorhinolaryngology evaluation along with a thoracic radiologic study.
Analysis of Employee Personality across Industries in India published in

Published by
Dina Michele, Dr. N. Sumathi Peoples behavior patterns can be broken down into a series of observable traits. The Big Five Traits (OCEAN Openness to Experience, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness and Neuroticism or Emotional Stability) are globally accepted traits associated with behavior at work. This paper provides an analysis of personality traits of employees from Banking, Manufacturing, IT and Others (Research, Medicine etc). Bartletts test for homogeneity of variances was done across industries. From the study, it is found that employee personality varies from industry to industry and that there is a significant difference among employees from the different industries in terms of Extraversion, Agreeableness, Emotional stability and Conscientiousness scores.
Performance Analysis of Image Fusion Algorithms using HAAR Wavelet? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Deepika.L, Mary Sindhuja.N.M? Image Fusion is a technique used to integrate information from multiple images such that the fused image is suitable for processing tasks. Medical image fusion is used to derive useful information from Medical image. The basic idea is to improve the content of an image by fusing images like Computer Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) images. The proposed method use the Discrete Wavelet based fusion algorithms on medical image fusion of CT and MRI, implementation of fusion rules and the fusion image quality evaluation. Therefore the fused image has the information which is useful for human or machine perception. The fused image with such rich information will improve the performance of image analysis algorithms for medical applications. The fusion performance is done using Entropy, the Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) and Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR).
System of Whistle Blowing in India published in

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Shikha Patheja History is witness that there have always been informers who reveal inside information to others. Ancient Greeks talked about whistleblowing centuries before. Lykourgos, the Athenian orator, in his speech against Leokratis said: neither laws nor judges can bring any results, unless someone denounces the wrongdoers. The term whistleblowing probably arises by analogy with the referee or umpire who draws public attention to a foul in a game by blowing of the whistle which would alert both the law enforcement officers and the general public of danger. The term whistle-blowing is a relatively recent entry into the vocabulary of public and corporate affairs although the phenomenon itself is not new. This paper tries to find know about the concept of whistle blowers and provisions related to them. It focus on the protection of whistle blowers.
Achieving the Poverty Reduction Targets of The Millennium Development Goals (Mdgs) For Enhanced Economic Empowerment Prospects In Nsukka Local Government Area, Enugu State, Nigeria. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nwaubani, Okechukwu O, Ugwuanyi, Benedict E, Mezieobi, Daniel I, Eneogu, Njideka Poverty reduction is a core mandate of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), of which Nigeria is a signatory. However, despite its perceived viability as an economic empowerment strategy, poverty still persists in Nigeria. Against this backdrop, this study sought to determine the extent to which the MDGs targets on poverty reduction have enhanced poverty alleviation and economic empowerment prospects in Nsukka Local Government Area, Enugu State, Nigeria. The study adopted descriptive survey design. Four research questions and three hypotheses (tested at 0.05 level of significance) guided the study. Sample for the study consisted of 200 adult respondents drawn from thirteen (13) communities in Nsukka L.G.A. through purposive and stratified sampling techniques based on the 2006 National Population Census figures. Instrument for data collection consisted of thirty (30) item questionnaire developed by the researchers for the purpose of the study. The instrument was validated by experts and reliability co-efficient established. Data obtained were analyzed with mean and standard deviation for research questions and z-test statistic for the test of hypotheses. Findings among other things showed that although poverty persists in the area of study, the public still seem to be aware of the various strategies (in line with MDGs stipulation) put in place by government to enhance poverty alleviation and economic empowerment. Indeed, despite some perceived challenges, such as corruption, poor data base, multiple taxation, etc. respondents seem optimistic that poverty alleviation/reduction could still be achieved by the year 2020. Similarly, respondents did not differ significantly on the above views on account of gender and locationvariables. These findings were exhaustively discussed with far-reaching recommendations and policy implications for poverty alleviation and economic empowerment prospects in Nigeria. Conclusively, it was recognized that although attaining MDGs target on poverty reduction still faces challenges, it could still be achieved through concerted institutional efforts.
FORMULATION AND INVITRO EVALUATION OF LORATIDINE FAST DISSOLVING FILMS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
K. Rama Krishna* Fast dissolving films have been playing one of the important role in the current pharmaceutical research because of their convenience and ease of use over other dosage forms such as orally disintegrating tablets and immediate release tablets. In the current research, rapidly dissolving films of Loratidine were developed using low viscosity grades of HPMC and pullulan gum as film forming polymers. HPMC is a synthetic polymer which is water soluble. It is used as film former from many years. Solvent casting method is employed for the preparation of the films of Loratidine using di-chloromethane and methanol as solvents. The prepared films were evaluated for drug content, weight variation, thickness and in vitro in vivo disintegration time. Loratidine is moderately bitter drug. The taste masking was achieved by use of sweeteners and flavours. The in vitro disintegration time of the prepared formulation was found to be in the range of 18 to 50 seconds respectively. The prepared films exhibit good integrity and thickness. In vitro dissolution studies were performed as per the FDA dissolution guidelines for about 30 minutes. The optimum formulation release complete drug within 15 minutes. DSC and FTIR studies showed no drug polymer interaction. Key words: Fast dissolving films, HPMC, Loratidine, Solvent casting method,
CFD SIMULATION OF FLUE GAS DUCTING IN WASTE HEAT RECOVERY PLANT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V S NAVEEN J, PROF. A.RAMA KRISHNA In the highly competitive metal production and power generation industries, the difference between energy recovered and energy wasted often determines the difference between profit and loss. A waste heat boiler is one of the devices generally employed to recover energy from high temperature furnace gases, extracting a significant fraction of waste energy. Waste Heat Recovery Boiler (WHRB) is the quintessential example of energy optimization in this age of renewal and energy saving. They capture the waste heat from the process systems and utilize it for other heating process, which ultimately increase the efficiency of plant. However, working stage of WHRB is challenging as design is prepared depending on site constraints and it is expected to deliver high efficiency even when dealing with high velocity and high temperature flows. CFD is widely used to investigate the flow pattern, pressure drop across ducting and particle trajectory within various equipment. CFD can be used to address problems with existing geometrical or performance errors like erosion of duct material due to ash particles, flow non-uniformity at tube bundles entry. Such problems may lead to lower efficiency of the equipment. Therefore, CFD can provide insight in the behavior of the system and contribute to resolving the problem. CFD has helped in improving the flow pattern by arrangement of baffles, flow separators at required locations within prescribed pressure drop across system, improving particle separation efficiency. In this works CFD is used to analyze & improve flow distribution inside the WHRS, which enhance the Thermal efficiency of the boiler, proper distribution of particles to avoid erosion of the tubes and optimization in the pressure drop in WHRS The geometry and mesh was created in Hypermesh & T-grid. The analysis was conducted using advanced CFD software tool, Fluent. Fluent has been applied extensively worldwide for different engineering applications. Fluent solves numerically the Navier-Stokes equations (the fundamental fluid dynamics governing equations). The discrete phase modelling is done by DPM Multiphase approach.
جودة إدارة مديري المدارس الثانوية للضغوط المهنية على المعلمين، من وجهة نظرهم (محافظة قلقيلية شمال الضفة الغربية نموذجاً) published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. يحيى محمد ندى هدفت الدراسة الى معرفة درجة جودة إدارة مديري المدارس الثانوية في محافظة قلقيلية شمال الضفة الغربية للضغوط المهنية للمعلمين، ومعرفة علاقة كل من متغيرات (الجنس، المؤهل العلمي، سنوات الخبرة، مكان المدرسة) باستجابات أفراد عينة الدراسة نحو جودة إدارة مديري المدارس الثانوية في محافظة قلقيلية شمال الضفة الغربية للضغوط المهنية للمعلمين. استخدم الباحث المنهج الوصفي لملاءمته طبيعة الدراسة مستخدما استبانة مكونة من ثمانية مجالات وزعت على عينة مكونة من (112) معلما ومعلمة في المدارس الثانوية بمحافظة قلقيلية شمال فلسطين. وتم تحليل البيانات باستخدام برنامج الرزم الاحصائية للعلوم الاجتماعية(SPSS). وأظهرت النتائج أن مستوى جودة إدارة مديري المدارس الثانوية في محافظة قلقيلية شمال الضفة الغربية للضغوط المهنية للمعلمين كان مرتفعا بدلالة النسبة المئوية(73.8%)، وحاز مجال تقويم الأداء الوظيفي للمعلمين على أعلى نسب الاستجابات، وتلاه مجال القيادة الفعالة، ثم مجال تحسين ظروف العمل المادية، ثم تنظيم العلاقة مع المجتمع فمجال التحفيز ومجال مواجهة الخلافات في بيئة العمل، وأخيرا مجال الثقافة الإنسانية في العمل، فمجال إعادة تصميم الوظائف. كما أظهرت النتائج عدم وجود فروق ذات دلالة احصائية عند مستوى الدلالة (α = 0.05) باستجابات أفراد عينة الدراسة نحو جودة إدارة مديري المدارس الثانوية في محافظة قلقيلية شمال الضفة الغربية للضغوط المهنية للمعلمين تعزى لمتغيرات الجنس، والمؤهل العلمي، وسنوات الخبرة، ومكان المدرسة. وقد توجهت الدراسة بعدد من التوصيات كان منها: - إجراء دورات توعية لمديري المدارس للتعامل مع ضغوط العمل. - تدريب المعلمين على كيفية إدارة ضغوطهم في العمل وتحذيرهم من خطورة استمرارها. - العمل على تمتين العلاقة بين المدرسة والمجتمع بإجراء أنشطة مستمرة بينهما.
Bacillus spp.: Attractive Sources of Anti-cancer and Anti-proliferative Biomolecules published in

Microbial Bioactives

Published by EMAN RESEARCH LTD
Umme Tamanna Ferdous, Md. Asaduzzaman Shishir, Shakila Nargis Khan, Md. Mozammel Hoq Cancer treatment remains as an expensive process due to the cost of sophisticated infrastructure development as well as its maintenance with skilled personnel. At the same time, the success rate is not very inspiring since non-specific target oriented medication could cause other health complexities leading to death. Research for alternative therapies aimed at minimizing the side effects of treatments and increasing the survival rates of patients includes routine explorations for anticancer agents from numerous sources (e.g. microbes, plants and nanoparticles). Anticancer activities of several bacterial components especially from Bacillus spp. were reported in many scientific reports. For economic production of these agents, potential strains from this genus could be feasible and sustainable for their long and successful utilization in industries. The review is therefore, focused on describing the available anticancer and anti-proliferative agents reported worldwide from Bacillus spp.
Indian Banking Industry: Challenges and Opportunities published in

Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management

Published by Scitech Research Organisation
Miss. Shraddha Deoda The banking industry in India has a huge canvas of history, which covers the traditional banking Practices from the time of Britishers to the reforms period, nationalization to privatization of banks and now increasing numbers of foreign banks in India. Therefore, Banking in India has been through a long journey. Banking industry in India has also achieved a new height with the changing times. The use of technology has brought a revolution in the working style of the banks. Nevertheless, the fundamental aspects of banking i.e. trust and the confidence of the people on the institution remain the same. The majority of the banks are still successful in keeping with the confidence of the shareholders as well as other stakeholders. However, with the changing dynamics of banking business brings new kind of risk exposure. In this paper an attempt has been made to identify the general sentiments, challenges and opportunities for the Indian Banking Industry. This article is divided in three parts. First part includes the introduction and general scenario of Indian banking industry. The second part discusses the various challenges and opportunities faced by Indian banking industry. Third part concludes that urgent emphasis is required on the Indian banking product and marketing strategies in order to get sustainable competitive edge over the intense competition from national and global banks. This article is a small seed to existing branch of knowledge in banking industry and is useful for bankers, strategist, policy makers and researchers.
Dynamics of manganese fractions in a calcareous under AICRP-LTFE soils published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUKHA RAM MEENA*, M.S. SOLANKI AND DESHRAJ Surfaces soil samples (0-15 cm) were collected to study the dynamics of Mn fractions in the selective treatments of the LTFEs conducted on groundnut-wheat crop sequence at Instructional Farm, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh, during the year 1999 (Initial year) and 2010-2011 (12th year) after completion of crop cycle. The selected treatments were T1- 50 % NPK of RD in Gnut-Wheat sequence, T2 - 100 % N P K of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence, T3 -150 % N P K of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence, T4 - 100 % N P K of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence + ZnSO4 @ 50 kg/ha once in three year to groundnut only (i.e. 99, 02, 05 etc), T5 - N P K as per Soil Test, T6 - 100 % N P of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence, T7 - 100 % N of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence, T8 - 50 % N P K of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence + FYM @ 10 t/ha groundnut and 100 % N P K to Wheat, T9 - Only FYM @ 25 t/ha to groundnut only, T10 - 50 % N P K of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence + Rhizobium + PSM to groundnut and 100 % N P K to Wheat, T11 - 100 % N P K of RD in groundnut -Wheat sequence (P as S S P) and T12 - Control. The water soluble Mn was found very trace. The FYM application recorded the highest values of DTPAMn at 12th year. Overall decline in reducible form of Mn were found, but it was found significant only at 12th year. Overall mean registered decrease in total Mn content on the long run basis. After 12th year residual Mn increase in T9 whereas in other treatments. Per cent available and exchangeable of Mn found non significant after 12th year. There were overall decreased in total available form of Mn after a long run
Ang Dalawang Anyo ng Subli: Laro at Panata published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
MICHAEL M. RAMOS Ang subli sa anyo ng sayaw ay dapat maintindihan ng bawat Batangueno na ito ay hindi lamang isang ordinaryong sayaw na sumasalamin lamang sa yamang sining ng Batangas, bagkus ito ay isa rin sayaw na ritwal na nagpapakita ng kalaliman ng ispirituwalidad at pananampalataya ng mga Batangueno. Ang pagsunod sa tradisyong kinagisnan ay dapat may malalim at mabuitng pag-uunawa sa kahulugan at halaga nito upang ang katutubong tradisyon o paniniwala ay hindi tuluyang maglayo o dili kaya ay makalimutan ito sa tunay nitong kaanyuan. Kung maiipapakilala lamang ng maayos ang subli sa dalawang nitong anyo bilang laro at panata, mawawala ang mga agam-agam sa tunay na kahulugan at pinagsimulan ng sayaw na subli. ang subli sa anyo ng laro at panata ay hindi magkahiwalay na elemento sa gamit nito para sa mga katutubo. Marahil kung ang takbo ng kasaysayan ang ating pagbabasihan, may mga tanong na maaaring mabuo sa mga nalakap na impormasyon tungkol sa sayaw na subli tulad ng mga sumusunod: Papaano nahati ang subli sa magkaibang pananaw, bilang laro at panata? Ano ang tunay na kahulugan ng salitang subli? Bakit sa kanluraning bayan lamang ng Batangas napreserba ang ganitong tradisyon at paniniwala tungkol sa subli bilang isang ritwal? Ang mga katanungang ito ay nangangailangan ng mahabang panananaliksik upang mahanap ang mga kasagutan. Ganoon pa man, ang dalawang uri ng pagsipat sa paniniwala ng mga Batangueno sa subli, bilang isang laro o panata, ay dapat bigyan pansin upang ang kabuuan ng importansya at kahulugan ng subli ay huwag lubusang maglaho sa tunay nitong kaanyuan bilang isang sayaw ng panata ng mga Batangueno.
Optimizing Strength of A Retaining Wall By Altering Reinforcement Details published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Snehal V. Dewalkar | Mr. Sumit Sanghani | Mr. Siddharth Saswade | Mr. Piyush Savtekar | Mr. Shubham Sawant | Mr. Krishna Soni Retaining walls are structures designed to restrain soil to a slope that it would not naturally keep to (typically a steep, near-vertical or vertical slope). The most important consideration in proper design and installation of retaining walls is to recognize and counteract the tendency of the retained material to move downslope due to gravity. This creates lateral earth pressure behind the wall which depends on the angle of internal friction (phi) and the cohesive strength (c) of the retained material, as well as the direction and magnitude of movement the retaining structure undergoes. Lateral earth pressures are zero at the top of the wall and “ in homogenous ground “ increase proportionally to a maximum value at the lowest depth. Earth pressures will push the wall forward or overturn it if not properly addressed. Also, any groundwater behind the wall that is not dissipated by a drainage system causes hydrostatic pressure on the wall. The total pressure or thrust may be assumed to act at one-third from the lowest depth for lengthwise stretches of uniform height. Unless the wall is designed to retain water, It is important to have proper drainage behind the wall in order to limit the pressure to the walls design value. Drainage materials will reduce or eliminate the hydrostatic pressure and improve the stability of the material behind the wall. Drystone retaining walls are normally self-draining. As an example, the International Building Code requires retaining walls to be designed to ensure stability against overturning, sliding, excessive foundation pressure and water uplift; and that they be designed for a safety factor of 1.5 against lateral sliding and overturning. The main aim of this study is to see behaviour and analysis of retaining wall with the different reinforcement detailing using software. Performing different practical model test. Comparison of strength and cost of retaining wall with and without altering reinforcement details. Snehal V. Dewalkar | Mr. Sumit Sanghani | Mr. Siddharth Saswade | Mr. Piyush Savtekar | Mr. Shubham Sawant | Mr. Krishna Soni"Optimizing Strength of A Retaining Wall By Altering Reinforcement Details" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14304.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/14304/optimizing-strength-of-a-retaining-wall-by-altering-reinforcement-details/snehal-v-dewalkar
The Influence of Cigarette Smoking on Serum Lipid Levels and Cardiovascular Diseases in Elbasan District published in

Journal of International Environmental Application & Science

Published by Journal of International Environmental Application & Science
Kuci Mimoza, Rexha Tefta, Lika Mirela Cigarette smoking is considered an important risk factor for cardiovascular diseases which means the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke. Smoking is as widespread and significant as a risk factor that is called as “the leading preventable cause of disease and death”. The effects of cigarette smoking in atherosclerosis initiation and progression as well on its complications are mostly responsible for the enhanced cardio and cerebrovascular risk observed in smoking and non-smoking. The aim of this study was to see the effect of smoking on serum lipid levels and to compare the deference in the levels of total cholesterol, triglicerydes, HDL-cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels in smokers and non-smokers. Fasting blood samples were collected for lipid profile from 350 persons that were presented in the hospital laboratory of Elbasan. 150 of them were regular smokers and 200 were non-smokers. The two groups matched about age and sex. A questionnaire was used to take information about their age, family history with dislipidemia, cigarette smoking, high blood pressure, alcohol consumption, height, weight, obesity, physical activity. The patients that match the exclusion criteria were excluded. The data collected were analysed using SPSS V20. We found that cigarette smokers were characterized from higher levels of total cholesterol (222±110.2 mg/dl) and LDL-cholesterol (148±23.7 mg/dl) (p <0.05) than non-smokers T C (168±96.3), LDL-ch (124±30.8). Mean serum triglycerides level were significantly high (p <0.01) at smokers than non-smokers. Smoking and a comparatively low HDL-cholesterol (p <0.01) were associated. Cigarette smoking effects on serum lipid levels which increases the risk for developing cardiovascular diseases. Keywords: cigarette smoking, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides
LOW-POWER COMPUTING published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Safa Alsalman, Raihan ur Rasool, Rizwan Mian With the abundance of mobile electronics, demand for Low-Power Computing is pressing more than ever. Achieving a reduction in power consumption requires gigantic efforts from electrical and electronic engineers, computer scientists and software developers. During the past decade, various techniques and methodologies for designing low-power solutions have been proposed. These methods are aimed at small mobile devices as well as large datacenters. There are techniques that consider design paradigms and techniques including run-time issues. This paper summarizes the main approaches adopted by the IT community to promote Low-power computing. Keywords: Computing, Energy-efficient, Low power, Power-efficiency.
INGRADIENTS IDENTIFICATION AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL EVALUATION OF SAMVARDHANAGHRITA.-A AYURVEDIC POLYHERBAL FORMULATION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Satyawati Rathia1*, V.K. Kori2, Rajagopala S.2, C. R.Harisha3, V.J.Shukla4 and K. S. Patel5 Samvardhana Ghrita is an Ayurvedic formulation recommended by Acharya Kashypa in the management of various nervous system related problems both physically and mentally like Pangu (Lame), Muka (Dumb), Ashruti (Deaf) and Jada (Mentally deficient / Idiot) child. The present study deals with the pharmacognostical identification of ingredients of Samvardhana Ghrita and its physio- chemical analysis. Pharmacognostical study consisting of both macroscopic and powder microscopy of raw drugs revealed the quality and genuineness of the constituents of Samvardhana Ghrita. Organoleptic features of fine powder made out of the crude drugs were within the standards prescribed.Loss on drying (Trace), refractive index (1.4630) specific gravity(0.9145).Thin layer chromatography results showed 5 and 6 spots when the plate was scanned at 254 nm and 366 nm respectively.
PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS A VIRUS AMONG CHILDREN IN A RURAL TEACHING HOSPITAL, TAMILNADU published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rajkumar Narasinghan1, S. Sakthi dasan2, Vijaya Rayapu3, Dhandapany Senthil Pragash3* Hepatitis A virus infection is a major public health problem all over the world, especially in developing countries. It has a worldwide distribution. The common site of Hepatitis A infection is contributed to the liver, which leads to impaired liver functions. Hepatitis A belongs to the group of RNA virus which commonly spreads through oral route, food and water contamination. It may spread through blood products but the prevalence rate is very less. Hepatitis A can be prevented by vaccination, good hygiene and sanitation. Materials and Methods: The present study was done on 121 children of age group 6 months to 15 years. The serum sample was tested for presence of anti-HAV antibodies using a commercially available ELISA kit. Results From our study we concluded that Out of 121 children, 106 were found to be positive for anti-HAV antibody. The anti-HAV positivity rates were different among different age groups and the occurrence of anti-HAV antibody among children increased as age increases and was found to be maximum among the age group of 11 - 15 years. In the high socioeconomic group, the occurrence of anti-HAV antibody was low when compared to low socioeconomic group.
SCREENING OF SOME PLANTS AGAINST SEED- BORNE FUNGI OF PULSES published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Ashok S. Kandhare Green gram, Black gram, Pigeon pea and chickpea are common pulses in diet rich in carbohydrates, proteins and minerals. Numerous fungi affect pulses adversely causing reduction in seed content and seed health. Total seventeen seed-borne fungi recorded from all four test pulses. Out of these seventeen seed-borne fungi, six were found to be common and dominant on all four test pulses. These seed-borne fungi cause adverse effect on yield and nutritive value of the pulses. In order to protect pulses from the pathological and economical damage many fungicides are used. Fungicides are harmful to the plant, environment and nutritive value of the pulses. Therefore, biological means like plant powders are tried during the study to curb the infestation of seed-borne fungi. Eighteen plants and three fungi that are more common and dominant on the four pulses are considered for present study. All plant powders were found to be effective to control seed-borne fungi.
DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A LIGHT WEIGHT ALUMINIUM GANTRY CRANE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gandi Umesh* ,Guguloth Ravi, Thurai Sai Sharath. Nowadays mostly in shipbuilding, gantry cranes are needed in many areas. With evolving technology the sizes of the structures are growing too. Generally in the construction of these structures gantry cranes are preferred for lifting heavy loads. In this study Main Component of gantry crane is beam which transfers load to structural member. Gantry crane beam is designed with CREO parametric 2.0. And Analysis is performed with finite element method. The working load acting on the beam is 5000N. In the analysis of the beam construction the self-weight of the beam working loads static and dynamic loads arising due to the crane movement are considered. The beam is modeled as a three dimensional design and the analysis of the construction is performed using finite element method with the help of an analyses program. The analysis is performed for three cases. In the first case the analysis is performed by considering only self-weight of the beam. In the second case the analysis performed under the influence of working load (while two trolleys on the beam are in various positions) and in the third case, both the working loads static and dynamic loads. In this study, the stress values obtained from the analysis are examined and the results obtained from theoretical calculations are compared with the results obtained with the finite element method. As a result, using finite element method in the analysis is appropriate and this method provides great convenience in the calculations..
DETERMINATION OF SUN PROTECTION EFFECT OF HERBAL SUNSCREEN CREAM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sneha Patil*, Bharti Fegade, Urvashi Zamindar and V. H. Bhaskar Exposure to sunlight can trigger various biological responses ranging from sun-burn, erythema to skin cancer. Synthetic sunscreen formulations available in market pose variety of adverse effects.Therefore formulation of the herbal sunscreen formulation and evaluation of its sun protection activity is an important aspect in the cosmetic industry. The Pongamia pinnata leave extract is having reported good sun-protecting activity and Punica granatum peel extract is sun-protecting factor boosting agent. In the present study, sunscreen activity of 5% and 10% formulated cream containing the Pongamia pinnata leave extract and Punica granatum peel extract (3:2) was determined by absorption spectroscopy, transmission spectroscopy and by COLIPA standard method for sun protection factor determination. In absorption spectroscopy, the absorbance of dilute test solution of formulation from 290-320 nm was studied to determine SPF against UV-B while in the transmittance spectroscopy, UVA and UVB protection and average UVA protection factor were calculated by taking transmission of formulations from 290 nm-400 nm using PVC as substrate also samples were submitted to Kelkar Cosmetology lab, mulund for the determination of sun protection factor by COLIPA standard method using UV-200S Transmittance analyzer. In this method sun protection factor is determined by taking transmission of formulation from 290nm-450nm using transpore tape. The present study shows that there is increase in the sunscreen activity with increase in the percentage of actives in the formulation and having good potency to protect against UVA and B rays.
Teacher Awareness of Assessment Strategies Used in Inclusive Classrooms and Actual Practices of Inclusiveness. A Case Study of Public Primary Schools in English Speaking Cameroon published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bansir Felicitas Asoh The study sought to explore teachers knowledge of the various assessment strategies used in inclusive classrooms and the actual practices of inclusiveness in Cameroon public primary schools. International and national policies and regulations suggest inclusive practices in response to international declarations and conferences calling on school systems to be inclusive. The implementation of such changes in regular classrooms rest on teachers. Among other factors which may make inclusion effective, teachers awareness of the assessment strategies used in inclusive classrooms is significant. Equally, the Cameroonian educational system is test and examination oriented wherein progress and promotion depends on scores and grades. A questionnaire and an observation guide was used to collect data for the survey. 360 public primary school teachers were randomly selected from eight Division in the two English Speaking Regions of Cameroon. 37 classes were observed in the same Divisions (mostly inclusive model schools). Findings revealed that public primary school teachers are not aware of the assessment strategies used in inclusive classrooms. Implications and recommendations are discussed. Bansir Felicitas Asoh"Teacher Awareness of Assessment Strategies Used in Inclusive Classrooms and Actual Practices of Inclusiveness. A Case Study of Public Primary Schools in English Speaking Cameroon" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15713.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/15713/teacher-awareness-of-assessment-strategies-used-in-inclusive-classrooms-and-actual-practices-of-inclusiveness-a-case-study-of-public-primary-schools-in-english-speaking-cameroon/bansir-felicitas-asoh
Astronomical Refraction above Kufa Astronomical observatory published in

Journal of Kufa physics

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Nupur Srivastava -
A Comparative Move Analysis Study of Theses Abstracts Written by Iranian M.A. Students of TEFL and English Literature published in

Online International Journal of Arts and Humanities

Published by Online Research Journals
Tahereh Ghasemi and Dr. Seyyed Mohammad Alavi The study of move analysis of research papers, initiated by Swales' pioneering study on abstracts, has gained significance in English for Specific Purpose. Researchers have employed a number of models for the analysis of the moves in different parts of research papers, however, there has been little research carried out on the analysis of moves in thesis abstracts. Therefore, through a comparative study, this research was concerned with the analysis of the move structure of Master-of-Arts thesis abstracts. The present study investigated 100 randomly selected thesis abstracts written by (50 male and 50 female) Iranian graduate students of teaching English as a Foreign Language and English Literature. In order to identify the kind and frequency of the moves in thesis abstracts, the study followed Dudley-Evans' model. The corpus, collected from six universities in Iran, was initially coded by two coders, then the non-parametric Mann-Whitney U test was employed to estimate move differences. The results revealed that there were significant differences concerning the existence and frequency of the moves and sub-moves between the abstracts written in these two disciplines. The study, also, found that gender had a moderating effect on the application of few moves. Moreover, it was found that there were a number of extra moves in the abstracts, which had not been anticipated by Dudley-Evans in his model. Key words: Move analysis, thesis abstracts, genre, discourse community, Dudley-Evans' model.
Beyond Organic Aetiology: Exploring A Psychocognitive Approach To Gastric Ulceration published in

Published by
Michael O.S. Afolabi1* Pavlovs classical conditioning experiments brought to the fore how stimuli of purely psychogenic nature mediate and affect cognitive state, hence, shaping physiologic functions. Against this background, I seek to understand how the triad of the brain, the mind and our human experiences (in the context of disease) interact. I attempt a systematic explication of how this interaction may occur in the onset of gastric ulceration. On that note, I argue that a valid psychocognitive frame of reference offers creative insights into how non-pharmacological means may be employed in the clinical palliation of forms of non-organic gastric ulcers.
EXPERT EFL TEACHERS SUPPORT FOR CHINESE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS LEARNING OF WORD MEANINGS THROUGH BLOGS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Duan Jing and Adelina Asmawi Xian Wuhua High School in China has invested substantially in a program to introduce students to blog-based vocabulary learning and integrate technology into existing curriculum. Vocabulary learning in Xian Wuhua High School includes learning pronunciation, spelling and the meaning and usage of words. The purpose of the present study is to investigate Chinese High School Expert EFL teachers support. This covers teacher-student interaction and the teachers direction for the development of students learning, focusing on word meanings through blogs. There are two research techniques applied in this study. Teacher-student interaction and teachers direction; Investigated through the collection and analysis of the content of teachers blogs. Teacher support for students learning of word meanings; Investigated through in-depth semi-structured interviews. The findings of this study are that expert EFL teachers supported students for the development of the students understanding of the meaning of words through blogs by means of teacher-student interaction: 1) Providing comprehensible questions through blog posts; 2) Giving teachers feedback through comments in the form of writings and emoticons; 3) Keeping diaries through blog posts and teachers direction: 4) Providing different tasks; 5) Organizing discussions and presentations.
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF METAL REMOVAL RATE ON EDM FOR VARIABLE TOOL MATERIALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
K. Buschaiah*, A. Chandrakanth, S. Gajanana The Electrical discharge machining is a widely used precision manufacturing process. The process involves a controlled erosion of electrically conductive materials by initiation of rapid and repetitive spark discharges between electrode tool and work piece, separated by a small gap of about 0.01 to 0.05mm known as spark gap. In the present work, copper and brass are used as tool materials and mild steel EN8 is used as work piece material. The process parameters selected are discharge current (Ip), pulse on time (Ton), pulse off time (Toff) over the response of metal removal rate (MRR). A full factorial design of experiments is used to find the influence of process parameters on metal removal ra te (MRR). The experiments are repeated using a copper and brass electrode and the main and interaction effects are plotted. From the experiments it was found that interaction of discharge current and pulse on time, Discharge current are the most influencin g factors using brass as electrode. If copper is used as electrode then interaction of discharge current and pulse on time, Pulse off time are the most influencing factors on MRR.
Review on Analysis of Gene Expression Data Using Biclustering Approaches published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

Published by BONFRING
S. Anitha and Dr.C.P. Chandran In this paper, survey on biclustering approaches for Gene Expression Data (GED) is carried out. Some of the issues are Correlation, Class discovery, Coherent biclusters and coregulated biclusters. Each table entry is called an expression value and reflects the behaviour of the gene in a row in the situation in column. The goal of biclustering is to identify ?homogeneous? submatrices. Given a gene expression data matrix D=G?C= {dij} (here i ? [1, n], j ? [1, m]) is a real-valued n?m matrix, here G is a set of n genes {g1, g2?, gn}, C a set of m biological conditions {c1, c2?, cn}.
Effect of phosphorus and sulphur fertilization on economics of blond psyllium (Plantago ovata Forsk) and optimum doses of fertilizers published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.K. JAJORIA1,A.C. SHIVRAN1 AND G.P. NAROLIA* A field experiment was conducted to study the effect of phosphorus levels (0, 10, 20 30 and 40 kg P2O5 ha-1) and sulphur levels (0, 10, 20 and 30 kg S ha-1) on economics of blond psyllium (Plantago ovata Forsk) and optimum doses of fertilizers. The results showed that application of phosphorus significantly increased the net returns and seed yield of blond psyllium up to 30 kg P2O5 ha-1. Whereas, B:C ratio significantly increased up to 20 kg P2O5 ha-1. Application of sulphur significantly increased the net returns, B:C ratio and seed yield up to 20 kg S ha-1. A level of 37.17 kg P2O5 ha-1 and 28.824 kg S ha-1 were found optimum doses for grain yields of 1288.54 kg ha-1 and 1260.115 kg ha-1, respectively.
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING, ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITY STUDIES WITH METHANOL EXTRACT OF TREVESIA PALMATA LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K.M. Hasanur Rahman, Joyanto Kumar Nandi, Samira Sultana, Shahnaz Rahman, Shahadat Hossan, Mohammed Rahmatullah* Background. Trevesia palmata, also known as the Snowflake Aralia is found in Lawachara Forest Reserve of Bangladesh. It was of interest to phytochemically screen and determine the antihyperglycemic and analgesic properties of the leaves. Methods. Antihyperglycemic activity was determined through oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT). Analgesic activity was determined by observed decreases in abdominal constrictions (writhings) in intraperitoneally administered acetic acid-induced pain model in mice. Phytochemical screening was done through standard methods. Results. Administration of methanol extract of leaves led to dose-dependent reductions in blood glucose levels in glucose-loaded mice. At doses of 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight, the extract dose-dependently reduced blood glucose levels by 17.9, 28.1, and 47.4%, respectively compared to control animals. By comparison, a standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide, when administered at a dose of 10 mg per kg body weight, reduced blood glucose level by 47.4%. In analgesic activity tests, the extract at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 33.3, 40.7, 48.1, and 55.6%, respectively. A standard pain relieving (analgesic) drug, aspirin, reduced the number of writhings by 48.1 and 63.0%, respectively, when administered at doses of 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight. Conclusion. Antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive activities have not previously been reported for Trevesia palmata leaves. The leaves can be beneficial in lowering blood sugar and for alleviating pain.
Navigating The Possible Legal Pitfalls Of Virtual Teams published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Carolyn M. Plump, David J. Ketchen, Jr. Virtual teams are an increasingly popular element of organizational designs. While virtual teams offer important advantages including increased collaboration, greater flexibility, and cost savings they may also create legal issues. Specifically, using virtual teams may lead executives to unwittingly violate labor and personnel laws. The results can be costly, including the loss of key personnel, damage to a companys reputation, and financial harm. Viewing virtual teams from a legal point of view, we identify pitfalls that virtual teams may encounter and offer ways to avoid them.
Provincial Receptivity on Amit Chaudhuri 'œA New World' published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
C. Tamilselvi | K. Dhanashree Amit Chaudhuri represents both a synthesis and a tension between his Bengali and postmodern sensibility. His writings serve as a wonderful key to understanding the vitality and specificity of Indian modernity and of modern transformation of Indian civilization. His works reflect the Indian values coated in Bengali sensibility. In the 20th century the term ˜regional sensibility had been used to denote an intellectual and emotional perceptiveness, the sense employed by T.S. Eliot when he described the "Dissociation of Sensibility. Regional sensibility means characteristic ways of responding in perception, thought, and feeling to experience. It stresses the setting, speech, social erection and duties of a specific district. It shows not only the native colour but also an important condition affecting the personality of the characters and their ways of rational, sense and relating. His works deal with the physical features, people, life, customs, habits, manners, traditions, languages and life-styles of people of his own region. This, however, does not mean that Chaudhuris work was a mere factual reporting or photographic reproduction of reality. His regional sensibility emphasizes the uniqueness, and the various ways in which it was different from other localities. Thus, regional sensibility means the cultural and moral attitude of people, their overall characters, and customs and the way of life. Chaudhuris writing was characterized by the prominence of regional sensibility in his fictional works. C. Tamilselvi | K. Dhanashree"Provincial Receptivity on Amit Chaudhuri œA New World" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11467.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/11467/provincial-receptivity-on-amit-chaudhuri-œa-new-world/c-tamilselvi
Evaluation of Four Entomopathogenic Nematodes as Biological Control Agents Against The Housefly, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae) published in

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

Published by Egyptian academic
Ahmed S. Bream, Mohamed A. Fouda, Ibrahim E. Shehata and Sanad H. Ragab The house fly, Musca domestica L. is considered as a notorious pest by medical, veterinary, and public health professionals worldwide. This study was carried out to evaluate the effect of different entomopathogenic nematode (EPNs) strains against the 3rd larval instar and pupal stage of the house fly. Two of them were native strains (Heterorhabditis indica and Steinernema carpocapsae) and the others were imported strains Heterorhabditis bacteriophora and Steinernema glaseri. The results indicated that the mortality of all tested stages of M. domestica were significantly influenced by the infective juveniles (IJs) concentrations and the exposure time where the maximum mortality was recorded 72 hrs. post-treatment and the larvae were more susceptible to nematodes pathogenicity than the pupae. Also, the Heterorhabditis nematodes H. baceriophora and H. indica appeared to be more effective than the Steinernema species, and H. bacteriophora (Hb88) was the most promising strain in management of both larvae and pupae causing the lower LC50 and LC95 (320.4 and 1987IJs/ml) for larvae and (1414.6 and 2664.4 IJs/ml) for pupae, respectively.
Experimental Investigation on Hybrid Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beam Column Joints Under Cyclic Loading published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
J.Devi Keerthana and Ch.Surendra Reddy An investigation on the performance of reinforced concrete beam column joints under cyclic loading is reported. Joints have been cast with adequate and deficient shear capacity and bond of reinforcements at the beam column joint. Steel Fiber Reinforced like crimped hook end have been applied on the joints in different volume fraction and aspect ratios. The column subjected to an axial force while the beams are subjected to cyclic load with controlled displacement. The displacement is increased monotonically using a hydraulic push and pull jack. The hysteretic curves of the specimen have been plotted. The energy dissipation capacity of retrofitted beam column joints with various hybrid steel fibres configurations has been compared. The results show that the strengthened beam column joint exhibit increased strength, stiffness, energy dissipation and composite action until failure.
A Comparative Study of Pulmonary Ventilatory Functions in Smokers and Non-smokers published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Mohd Aslam, Dr Birndra Yadav Smoking is one of the commonest causes of preventable and premature deaths. A case control study was carried out on medical students in the department of physiology to compare the pulmonary ventilator functions in smokers and non-smokers. Twenty-nine undergraduate students (12 smokers and 17 non-smokers) were taken. Duration of smoking in smokers was 2-3 years. Pulmonary function tests were done by using computerised spirowin-99. We found a significant decrease (p<0.05) in FEV1, FEV1/FVC, PEF, FEF 25-75% and Vmax (25%). This decrease could be due to allergic airways inflammation which is progressive during period of life and may lead to various complications of smoking.
SAFETY MANAGEMENT AT CONSTRCTION SITE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Prof. V. A. Patil*, Prof. S.L.Gawade Today, the issue of safety management is keenly required to handle on construction site as a prime requirement. Though, the accidents are going to happen in a large scale. it is observed that about 98% of accidents on site can avoided but remaining 2 % accidents are unavoidable
A Study on in-Patient And Out-Patient Referrals Including Emergencies in General Hospital of A Tertiary Care Hospital Psychiatric Unit published in

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R.SOMASUNDARA BABU, DR.G.RADHIKA A general practice survey found that only one in every few patients considered suitable for referral was in fact referred to a psychiatrist. Then what is the position in general hospital? Which patients are seen by psychiatrist? These questions are answered by number of studies of both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric referrals in general hospital. AIMS: This study is mainly a descriptive study to understand how a psychiatric unit in a general hospital functions in liaison work. METHODS: The study was carried out in ASRAMS Hospital, Psychiatric Unit. In-patient and out -patient referrals including emergencies were studied. RESULTS: Out of total 795 Psychiatric out patients 221 were referral cases over in a 6 month period. Diagnosis was attempted at the time of referral in 126 cases i.e. 55.5% of cases. Out of them 53.2% of diagnoses coincided with the diagnosis made according to ICD-10 in psychiatric unit during referral. No diagnosis was made in 45.5% of cases. The diagnosis was wrong in 46.8% of cases which comes to 21.1% of total referrals. CONCLUSION: Because of the poor practical and theoretical knowledge of other physicians in psychiatry in this study it was found out that no liaison work is possible. This calls for toning up of undergrade medical training in psychiatry
EFFECTS OF YOGIC PRACTICE ON LIPID PROFILE IN ELDERLY WOMEN WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS published in

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Dr. Sukanta Saha This work has been conducted to examine the impact of 12 weeks of yogic intervention on lipid profile in elder women with type 2 diabetes mellitus. In this study, 20 women with type 2 diabetes and between 50 to 70 years old were recruited from two old age home and randomly divided into two (n= 10) groups of experimental and control. Experimental group were subjected to regular yoga practice for 12 weeks (3 sessions per week, 45 minutes per session), while the control group did not have any regular activity. The dependent variables were total cholesterol, triglycerides, low density lipoprotein, very low density lipoprotein and high density lipoprotein and were examined before and after 12 weeks of yogic intervention in both groups. Results indicated a significant (p ? 0.05) decrease in total cholesterol, triglycerides, low density lipoprotein and very low density lipoprotein; with a significant (p ? 0.05) increase in high density lipoprotein level from its initial value; while showing insignificant result in active control group. Consequently, it is suggested that yoga may be used as an adjunct to reduce type 2 diabetes mellitus of elder women.
Acute Pancreatitis, Actualization and Evidence Based Management published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Luis Angel Medina Andrade*, Arsenio Torres Delgado, Luis Fernando Perez Corona, Oscar Sanchez Moreno, Daniel Flores Rodríguez, Oscar Rodrigo Rocha Erazo, Eduardo Vidrio Duarte, José Daen Jonathan Cabañas Gomez, Rene Cano Rodriguez, Nestor Apaez Araujo and Oscar Arturo Nava Carmona Acute pancreatitis (AP) is a systemic immunoinfl ammatory response to auto-digestion of the pancreas and peri-pancreatic organs. It is a frequent gastrointestinal disease with an important morbimortality, reaching 30% in severe cases. Different studies and reviews by international groups have developed multiple classifi cation systems to assess the severity and address the correct management along time, identifying the better molecular markers, clinical outcome determinants and reaching conservative management as the angular piece in AP. In this review we present a compilation of the latest studies and international consensus about AP physiology, etiology, risk factors, diagnosis, severity assessment, imaging and treatment.
Advances in steam turbines for solar thermal and integrated solar combined cycle power plants published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Siddhartha Bhatt M This paper presents an overview of developments in steam turbines in general with particular application to match concentrating solar thermal (CST) sources. The design of solar steam generator which has a parabolic output profile is first presented. Technologies for maintaining steady steam inflow into the steam turbine, viz., hybridization of sources like integrated solar combined cycle (ISCC) and thermal energy storage (TES), cogeneration, trigeneration, etc., are explored. The developments in the steam turbine consist mainly of upgraded materials to operate at higher steam inlet temperature and pressure, ungraded energy efficiency through 3-dimensional computation fluid dynamics (CFD) design, increased fatigue life to withstand large number of cyclic operations, increased dynamic response and automation in manufacture. It is concluded that while 3-d designed steam turbines for elevated temperatures fulfill most requirements of CST power systems, fatigue life improvement and better energy efficiency at part load, needs to be addressed.
Employee Satisfaction and Quality of Work Life: A Review of Literature published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Arnab Kumar Samanta The success of any organization is highly dependent on how it attracts, recruits, motivates and retains its employee . Todays organizations need to be more flexible so that they are equipped to develop their employees and enjoy their commitment. Therefore, organizations are required to adopt a strategy to improve the employees quality of work life to satisfy both the organizational objectives and employee needs. It seeks to create culture of work commitment in the organization which will ensure higher productivity for the company and greater job satisfaction for the employees. The aim of my study is to learn and identify the factors affecting the quality of work life as well as employee satisfaction through the review of literatures which ultimately affect the results and performance of an organization. The most important determinants of Quality of Work Life (QWL) is the career growth opportunities, Safe and healthy working condition and of employee satisfaction are Compensation and Benefit, job satisfaction, promotion and development and working conditions as supported by various researches done in past. Arnab Kumar Samanta"Employee Satisfaction and Quality of Work Life: A Review of Literature" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5957.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/organizational-behaviour/5957/employee-satisfaction-and-quality-of-work-life-a-review-of-literature/arnab-kumar-samanta
A study on association between self-esteem and stress impact experienced by adolescents in physical dimension published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SOPHIA GIR, RAGINI MISHRAAND SHEWTA SHARMA The present study was an attempt to explore the association between self-esteem and stress in adolescents residing within municipal limits of Udaipur city. The present sample consisted of 480 adolescents (240 boys and 240 girls), between the age range of 12 to 18 years having high or low self-esteem. A standardized self-esteem and stress inventory was used for the identification self-esteem and of adolescents. The findings of the present study revealed that high self-esteem was found to have low stress impact where as adolescents with low self-esteem experienced high stress in all major aspects of physical dimensions. As far as gender was concerned, adolescent girls experienced high stress as compared to boys in all aspects of physical dimensions. In context of age, late adolescent age years were crucial for boys to experience stress and its impact while on other hand early years were crucial for girls to experience impact of stress on physical dimensions. Mean, percentage and Chi-square were applied for the analysis of the data.
Indian Perspective on the legal Status of Marital Rape: An Overview published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. Sanjay Sindhu* & Monika Thakur** Sexual abuse whether in marriage or outside it, has been recognized as serious violation of womens dignity. Rape is sexual intercourse with a woman against her will or without her consent, it is the most heinous crime committed against woman by men. It is virtually a living death for the women yet the victim of forcible sexual intercourse is treated as an accomplice in a society which values chastity as the most important
A Study of Referral Cases of Post Partum Hemorrhage- Still An Obstetrical Tragedy which is Largely Preventable published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Neetu Singh, Dr Kiran Pandey, Dr. Bandana Sharma, Dr. Guneeta Mehta, Dr. Ani Chandanan Aims: to study the socio-demographic profile, etiology and maternal morbidity in referred cases of post partum hemorrhage. Methods: This was a retrospective study conducted at department of obstetrics of GSVM Medical College, Kanpur from Jan 2010 to Sept 2013. Only referred cases of post partum hemorrhage were included. Records were analyzed with respect to demographic profile, etiologic factors, maternal morbidity and mortality. Results: Among all referred cases (1250), 61.36% of cases were due to post partum hemorrhage (751/1250). Majority of the referred cases of post partum hemorrhage belonged to lower socio-economic status and rural area. 63.52% of the patients were multipara. Most common cause was atonic (38.48%) followed by combined post partum hemorrhage (31.29%). Most common complication was hypovolemic shock (28.8%). Maternal mortality was 8.92%. Conclusion: By promoting institutional delivery by skilled personnel and timely referral, we can decrease incidence of post partum hemorrhage and therefore maternal morbidity and mortality
Entrepreneurship of Traditionalists Muslim at Tasikmalaya, West Java published in

International Journal of Nusantara Islam

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Yadi Janwari The difference of religious understanding does not have a significant relationship with economic behavior, especially entrepreneurship. The difference of religious understanding to traditional understanding and modern understanding becomes no longer significant to be associated with economic behavior. This means that the study of economic behavior associated with the difference of religious understanding to traditional understanding and modern understanding is very biased. This is because the most decisive variable in understanding the flow of economic behavior is not religious understanding, but rationality in economic decisions taken based on traditions, values, and straightforward arguments. This study have different conclusion with finding of Max Weber, Robert N. Bellah, David C. McClelland, and Clifford Geertz theories, in the context of socio-economic disciplines which states that there is a correlation between modern religious understanding and economic behavior. Their conclusion were not true base on is the fact that people who have an understanding of modern religious relate to economic behavior. In fact, based on this research, religious understanding that relates with economic behavior is precisely traditional religious understanding. Variables that determine the flow of economic behavior is not a religious understanding, but the rationality in economic behavior. Therefore, the emphasis of the conclusions formulated by Max Weber, Robert N. Bellah, David C. McClelland, and Clifford Geertz is not in its modern religious ideas, but in the rationality held by economic actors. Their conclusion may be justified if there is any further explanation that the modern religious understanding is rational and has implications for other aspects of life, including the aspect of economic activity. Besides, their finding could not generalized and gone into effect to other place owning different characteristic.
Antimicrobial activity of Syzygium cumini published in

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Aparna Pareek, Rishi Kesh Meena, Babita Yadav Syzygium cumini, jambul, jambolan, jamblang, or jamun, is an evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant familyMyrtaceae. Syzygium cumini is native to Bangladesh,india, Pakisthan, Shri Lanka, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. The name of the fruit is sometimes mistranslated as blackberry, which is a different fruit in an unrelated family. All two Plants extracts (Stem, Leaf) showed antibacterial activity against all used bacteria. Maximum zone of inhibition was observed against Roultella plantikola (25 mm). Minimum zone of inhibition was observed against Pseudomonas aeruginosa by using fruit extract(14 mm). Inhibition zones of 25 mm and 14 mm were observed by using leaf and fruit extract against Roultella plantikola.The plant extract showed maximum zone of inhibition (18mm) activity against fungal strains viz.Penicillium chrysogenum and minimum (7mm)against Candida albicans.
Human Amniotic Membrane: Can it be a Ray of Hope in Periodontal Regeneration? published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Supriya Mishra, Dr. Shweta Singh Periodontal diseases leading to deterioration of tooth-supporting structures are a serious concern for clinicians. Conventional and existing treatment procedures are not predictable and are associated with a relatively high degree of variability and usually insufficient to promote the regeneration of damaged structures. However, in the emerging field of regenerative medicine, the mesenchymal stem cells derived from human amniotic membrane has given us a ray of hope. The clinical application of amniotic membrane not only maintains the structural and anatomical configuration of regenerated tissues, but also contributes to the enhancement of healing through reduction of post-operative scarring and subsequent loss of function and providing a rich source of stem cells.
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF BIST TECHNIQUE IN UART SERIAL COMMUNICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M.Hari Krishna*, P.Pavan Kumar This paper describes a design and implementation of BIST technique in UART serial communication. Asynchronous serial communication is usually implemented by uart which is mostly used for less distance, low speed, low cost data to exchange between processor and peripherals. But due to the errors produced in the output of the data received the circuits are being not performed well in the functions In order to reduce the possibility of product failures and missed market opportunities by providing the need to ensure the data to be transferred in error proof. So with the proposed architecture of bist in uart we can reduce expensive tester requirements and testing procedures in circuit are minimized and it eliminates the need to acquire high-end testers. The implementation of BIST technique in uart serial communication is simulated and synthesized using Xilinx and model-sim 12.3 versions.
Human Mobility Model for Theme park Visitors in Wireless Networks published in

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P. Sheela Rani, S. Shamili, R. Sumitha Realistic human quality modeling is essential for correct performance analysis of mobile wireless networks. Movements of holiday makers in theme parks have an effect on the performance of systems that square measure designed for numerous functions together with urban sensing and crowd management. antecedently projected human quality models square measure principally generic whereas a number of them concentrate on daily movements of individuals in urban areas. Theme parks, however, have distinctive characteristics in terms of terribly restricted use of vehicles, crowds social behavior, and attractions. Human quality is powerfully tied to the locations of attractions and is synchronic with major diversion events. Hence, realistic human quality models should be developed with the particular state of affairs in mind. In this paper, we tend to gift a unique model for human quality in theme parks. In our model, the non-determinism of movement selections of holiday makers is combined with settled behavior of attractions in a very pleasure ground. The realism of the model is evaluated through intensive simulations and compared with the quality models coleslaw, RWP and also the GPS traces of pleasure ground guests
SPELL CHECKING AND ERROR CORRECTING SYSTEM FOR TEXT PARAGRAPHS WRITTEN IN PUNJABI OR HINDI LANGUAGEUSING HYBRID APPROACH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amandeep Singh*, Prof. Meenakshi Sharma Spell-checking is the process of detecting and correcting incorrectly spelled words in a text paragraph. Spell checking system first detects the incorrect words and then provide the best possible solution of corrected words. Spell checking system is a combination of handcrafted rules of the language for which spell checking system is to be created and a dictionary which contain the accurate spellings of various words. Better rules and large dictionary of words is help to improve the rate of error detection otherwise all the errors cannot be detected. After detecting the wrong or misspelled words ,the various spell correcting techniques are used to provide the best accurate correct words or alternate words which higher the rate of correction of the wrong words. There are many systems available for detecting and correcting text. The system is made to check the spellings and to correct them using various techniques for Punjabi-Hindi text. We used hybrid approach to implement the Spelling checking and Correcting System. This hybrid approach is a combination of “Dictionary look up approach”, “Rule based approach”, “N-Gram Approach”, “Edit Distance approach” and use linguistic features of the Punjabi-Hindi language. This System gives the result accuracy as 91% according to the research work for Punjabi-Hindi words. It gives nearby result up to 91% of words tested in the input data.It gives results for rest of 9% but not the best possible correct word was displayed on the top of the correct word list from the database.
Screening of Rapeseed and mustard genotypes against Alternaria blight disease and its development of in the field condition in Assam published in

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D Talukdar, B. C. Das The study was conducted with the objective to assess the resistance source against Alternaria blight in rapeseedmustard at Instructional cum research farm, AAU, Jorhat , Assam, during Rabi 20012-13 and 2013-14. None of the genotypes was found to be highly resistant against Alternaria blight of rapeseed and mustard. Four genotypes were rated as moderately resistant (MR). Sixteen genotypes were marked as moderately susceptible (MS). The susceptible (S) group comprised of nine genotypes. Control (TS 38) was found highly susceptible (HS) towards blight disease exhibiting the highest disease incidence of 80.56 per cent on leaves and 76.66 per cent on pods. Significant differences on disease development among 30 genotypes of rapeseed and mustard against Alternaria blight were observed for the components (number of spots and spots size on leaves and pods) and time interval. In case of number of spots per leaf, at 80 DAS, lowest number of spots was found in Pusa Mustard 25 (13.40) while at 60 DAS, lowest numbers of spots was found in Pusa Mustard 28 (12.11). Highest number of spots/leaf was 54.56 at 80DAS in TS 38, a highly susceptible variety. In case of number of spots/pod, lowest number of spots was found in NRCDR 601(11.00) at 100 DAS. Again TS 38 got the highest number of spots/pods (39.35) at 100 DAS. Smallest size of spots (mm) on leaves was found at 80 DAS in Pusa Mustard 28 (14.81). Largest size of spots was found in TS 38 with 52.30mm at 80 DAS. In case of pods, smallest spot size was 12.65mm at 100 DAS in Pusa Mustard 27. TS 38 got the largest spot i.e., 41.07mm at 100 DAS.
AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF PILONIDAL SINUS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey Human the supreme creation of almighty becomes unable to enjoy the different kinds beauty pervaded on this earth due to various diseases. Pilonidal sinus is one of them. It occurs in the cleavage between the buttocks (natal cleft) and cause both discomfort and embarrassment to the sufferers. Direct costs to the health care system and indirect cost through absence from work are high. It is a common problem in primary care due to recurrence following surgery and the need for frequent and time consuming wound care. So there is a need of alternative treatment to combat lacunae of surgical process and that is kshar sutra. This article covers the causes, pathology, clinical presentation and ayurvedic management of pilonidal sinus.
A Comparative Study of IFRS and as (Indian GAAP) published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
M.ADHITTHAN Bcom F&A Student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India JOBIN JOSEPH Bcom F&A Student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India ADITI JAYAKUMAR Bcom F&A Student, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India Abstract Titled “A Comparative Study Of International Financial Reporting Standards And Accounting Standards (Indian GAAP)”, this research project aims to bring out the differences in the reporting requirements of Indian GAAP and IFRS by a comparative study of the standards issued by the respective accounting bodies. The Accounting standards for financial Reporting in India are issued by ICAI, whereas IFRS is implemented to fulfill the requirements of users pertaining from different locations of the globe. Due to increasing trend of cross border investment, it has become necessary to adopt a set of Global Accounting standards for better understanding of financial statements and to take meaningful decisions. India has decided to converge with IFRS through IND AS. Through this research, we discuss the effect of transition from Indian GAAP (AS) to IFRS and its possible effect on the financial statement of entities. The objective of our research is to highlight the differences in the financial statements due to transition and to evaluate the reasons for the observed changes through comparative study
The Evaluation of Combine Drug Action of Codeine as a Supplementary Drug with Biginelli Dihydropyrimidinone Compounds published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Deepak M. Nagrik, bDamodar M.Ambhore,cShrikant S.Patil,bJanakiram B.Devhade Dihydropyrimidinones (DHPMs) were synthesized by the three component Biginelli reaction which includes the condensation of aldehyde, ?-ketoester and urea. Codeine was used as the supplementary drug in combination of the resultant Biginelli compounds for biological screening. Interesting results were obtained in accordance with the principle of Synergism. It was observed that, synthesized Dihydropyrimidinones (DHPMs) and the supplementary drug, Codeine worked together to produce results which were not independently obtainable
APPLICATION OF ALOE FEROX WITH BANANA FIBER AS COMPOSITE PLATE FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M. Shantharaj*, P. Chithambaranathan, M. Palpandi A composite consisting of Aloe Ferox Fiber and Banana Fiber is carried out by using Compression Molding Process with the help of Epoxy Resin. Composite plates are produced which is a double layer of one fiber over the other fiber and mixture of chopped f ibers to increase its strength and ability. Both the fibers are treated with sodium hydroxide. Separate specimen plates are made for testing according to the ASTM standard. A Comparison is made between alignment of fiber in molding process as continuous a nd in chopped state condition to avoid gap, void in between the fibers in order to increase their strength, withstanding capacity to overcome commercial products such as plastics and plywood.
ANALGESIC, ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND CNS ACTIVITIES OF THE METHANOLIC EXTRACT OF ARTOCURPUS HETEROPHYLLUS SEED published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shirajum Munira1*, Mst. Luthfun Nesa, Md. Monirul Islam, Sharmin Sultana, Sarwar Hossain, Habiba Khanam, Humayun Kabir, Rubel Akanda and Dr. Mamunur Rashid1 The present study was carried out to assess the analgesic, anti-inflammatory and CNS activities of the methanolic extract of Artocurpus heterophyllus seed. In statistical analysis, the dose at 200 mg/kg was found to exhibit (significant p=0.05) moderate analgesic activity (43.54%) against acetic acid induced method and showed higher analgesic activity (70%) against formalin induced pain in mice than standard diclofenac Na (68.67%). Anti-inflammatory activity of A.heterophyllus seed (ATS) was performed for using carrageenan induced hind paw edema model at the dose of 200 and 400 mg/kg body weight, P.O. The extract of A. heterophyllus seed (ATS) at both doses of (200 and 400 mg/kg) also showed sustained inhibition (40.86 and 56.96%) of paw edema at the 4th hour compared to indomethacin(71.01%). The CNS depressant activity was studied by open field and hole cross tests at the dose of 100 and 200 mg/kg and both doses showed significant (P=0.05) CNS depressant acivity at both 90 and 120 min in both method. The findings of the study suggested that A. heterophyllus seed have significant analgesic, anti-inflammatory and CNS effects conforming the traditional use of this plant.
Effective Occupation as Method of Territorial Acquisition: Analysis of Sipadan - Ligitan Case published in

Hasanuddin Law Review

Published by Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University
Marcel Hendrapati Marthen Napang Syamsuddin Muchtar Judhariksawan Various ways, such as cession, prescription, discovery to acquire a title to a part of territory can be conducted by any state, provided this state can exercise effective occupation of the territory. Occupation (or taking of possession) which has already been going for a long time, continuous and peaceful followed with recognition is not of physical character merely, but particularly relates to a display of state functions constituting a manifestation of teritorial souvereignty, as it can be discovered through many judicial and arbitral decisions, like the Sipadan - Ligitan Case. Creation of Malaysias title to the two islets is related not only with principle of effective occupation, but also with an existing great difficulty to do avoidance of external influence behind the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decision. Any arguments and considerations of the court densely contain alibi or artificial play of tongue aimed at protecting economic interest of certain state in Malaysia in such a way that dissenting opinion and separate opinion emerge of which the resource is any unworthiness or injustice.
Graph Visualization Tools: A Comparative Analysis published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Fariha Majeed, Dr. Saif-ur-Rahman Data visualization is becoming a necessity for big organizations as the social networking data is growing rapidly. It is becoming difficult to visualize data and perform complex comparisons. There have been large databases to store huge data but to study the behavior is becoming time consuming and sometimes impossible. One can analyze small sets of relations but as the relationship grows, it becomes difficult to make decisions. Data Visualization tools are used to overcome this issue; however, the algorithms used to perform the analysis requires high performance processors otherwise, the data size would degrade the performance. The research provides a comparative study on popular visualization tools that could be used in the analysis of large datasets. The comparison would comprise of statistics on their common features identified on the basis of market research and literature survey.
REVIEW ON EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mittal S. Patil*, Monika J. Patil, Neha S.Patil, Prof.H.P.Suryawanshi, Dr.S. P. Pawar, Ebola virus disease (EVD) is an acute viral syndrome that presents with fever and an ensuing bleeding diathesis that is marked by high mortality in human and nonhuman primetes. Fatality rates are between 50% and 100%.Due to its lethal nature, this filo virus is classified as a biological class 4 pathogen.The natural reservoir of the virus is unknown. A variety of tests have proven to be specific and useful for Ebola virus identification. Patient who are able to mount an immune response to the virus will begin to recover in 7 to 10 days and start the period of prolonged convalescence. Supportive management of infected patients is the primary method of treatment, with particular attention to maintenance of hydration, circulatory volume, blood pressure, and the provision of supplemental oxygen. Since there is a no specific treatment outside of supportive management and palliative care, containment of this potentially lethal virus is paramount. In almost all outbreaks of EVD, the fatality rate among health care workers with documented infections was higher than that of non-health care workers.
The Heart That Wasn’t Attacked: A Case of Transverse Myelitis published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Mark M Mokhtar*, Ahmed Ibrahim and Catherine E Lempke Transverse myelitis is an autoimmune demyelination disease of the spinal cord that can present with a myriad of symptoms ranging from altered sensations, weakness, loss of bowel control and so forth. There are approximately 1400 new cases reported each year in the United States, but this is likely an underestimation, without a gender bias or familial predisposition and a bimodal age distribution of onset (between 10-19 and 30-39) [1]. The majority of cases are idiopathic and so post-infectious is cited as the reason, although there are secondary causes such as being on the spectrum of multiple sclerosis, neurosarcoidosis, paraneoplastic syndromes and many others. This disease has a 5-10% chance of progressing to other demyelinating diseases, such as multiple sclerosis [2].
Estimate the Compressive and Flexural Strength Test of Natural and Recycle Concrete Aggregate published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ahad Ullah | Atiqur Rahman Alvi Rapid industrial development causes depletion of natural aggregates, creates a huge amount of waste materials from constructional activities. To utilize recycle concrete aggregates in the production of concrete to reduce such problems. Use of recycle concrete aggregate in concrete is economical and environmentally viable. The main concern of this research is to reuse the demolished concrete as coarse aggregate for building a new structure. For this reason, the compressive strength as well as the flexural strength of natural concrete aggregate was compared with recycled concrete aggregate at different curing period. Also, the strength of mixed concrete (NRC) which contains half natural concrete aggregate and half recycles concrete aggregate was determined. Concrete made for recycle aggregate has both enough flexural strength and compressive strength. The 28 days compressive strength and flexural strength of recycle concrete were found 1975 psi and 676 psi respectively. Ahad Ullah | Atiqur Rahman Alvi"Estimate the Compressive and Flexural Strength Test of Natural and Recycle Concrete Aggregate" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10781.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/10781/estimate-the-compressive-and-flexural-strength-test-of-natural-and-recycle-concrete-aggregate/ahad-ullah
Prostate Biopses :A Five Year Study at a Tertiary Care Centre published in

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A.F. Sherwani Existing ORC power cycle system still tend to use refrigerant with relatively high global warming potential and ozone layer depletion because of limited options for the working fluid.Recently,several studies have been carried out on a new refrigerant calle d HFO - 1234yf.This refrigerant /working fluid exhibits more desirable properties than the present refrigerant/working fluid such HFC,HCFC,CFC.
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.
Optimal Reliability for Transmission Flow Mixed Series- Parallel System published in

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K. Abdul Razak, K. Rajakumar This paper considers a mixed system reliability problem. We are considering the mixed series and parallel configuration of the components which are connected in series and parallel. The objective is to maximize the reliability subject to the system cost. The paper differs from others because we have taken the transmission network in mixed system in fuzzy nature and the cost constraints are taken as interval valued weighted trapezoidal fuzzy number. Few previous models have been limited to the mixed series situation which is a certain case of this model. A numerical example is given to illustrate the model for non linear programming and to evaluate the mixed system reliability. 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 68M15, 03E72, 49M37, 60K10, 90C70.
Analysis of Climate Change for Sustainable Farming published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Qulsum Umer H Shaikh | Anisha Raniwala Environmental change and agribusiness are interrelated procedures, both of which occur on a worldwide scale. Environmental change influences farming in various fields, incorporating through changes in normal temperatures, precipitation, and atmosphere extremes (e.g., warm waves); changes in desease and pests ; changes in air carbon dioxide and ground-level ozone fixations; changes in the nutritious nature of a few sustenance and changes in ocean level. All through the 21st century, India is anticipated to encounter warming above worldwide level. India will likewise start to encounter more occasional variety in temperature with more warming in the winters than summers. Life span of warmth waves crosswise over India has reached out lately with hotter night temperatures and more sizzling days, and this pattern is relied upon to proceed. As of late, the harvest recreation models have been utilized broadly to consider the effect of environmental change on agrarian generation and nourishment security. The yield gave by the reproduction models can be utilized to settle on suitable product administration choices and to give ranchers and others elective choices for their cultivating framework. It is normal that in the coming a long time with the expanded utilization of PCs, the utilization of reenactment models by agriculturists and experts and also approach and leaders will increment. Proposed model will help agriculturists in choosing the yield which they can create without depending on chemicals and diverse cultivating strategies. The present and changing conditions will be sufficient for the product compose proposed by the model. Qulsum Umer H Shaikh | Anisha Raniwala"Analysis of Climate Change for Sustainable Farming" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd13010.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/13010/analysis-of-climate-change-for-sustainable-farming/qulsum-umer-h-shaikh
TEMPOROMANDIBULAR DISORDER AN ENIGMA published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Bhuwan Saklecha1, Maj Amit Jain2, *Pawankumar Dnyandeo Tekale3, Rahul Sharad Kulkarni4, Vishwas Diwakar Acharya5, Ravindra Gedam6, Dr. Chetankumar O. Agrwal7 Introduction: Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) is defined as ?functional disturbances of the masticatory system?. It has been a matter of controversy for a long time, yet it is imperative to have a sound knowledge about it for physiological reestablishment of the stomatognathic system. Etiology: The etiology of TMDs is multifactorial which includes occlusal factors, trauma, stress, parafunctional habits etc. which may lead to degenerative changes in the TMJ. Diagnosis: With proper history, physiological evaluation and in chronic cases behavioural or psychological assessment, TMDs can be diagnosed. Various imaging techniques including various radiographs, lateral and computed tomography, joint arthrography and Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques are used to confirm the diagnosis. However, recently MRI has become the gold standard for evaluation of soft tissue and the positional abnormalities of the joint disc. Management: The noninvasive management of non specific TMDs includes, patient education, exercise therapy and occlusal appliance therapy.
The Impact of Malaysian Islamic Revivalism on Zakat Administration published in

International Journal of Nusantara Islam

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Suhaili Sarif, Nor Azzah Kamri, Azian Madun The development and advancement of zakat institution in Malaysia has been through time influenced by the changing social, political and economic situation of the country. An important phenomenon which shaped the institution is Islamic revivalism. Consequently, zakat has been one of the institutions which government keened to enhance. Another factor merits to be considered is the introduction of economic policies in which the government affirmatively inclined towards Malay Muslims enabling them to compete economically with other wealthier races. Within the spirit of the policies together with the direct influence by the emerging factors resulted from the revivalism phenomenon, the government has introduced corporatization of zakat institution, a modern way of zakat management. This article aims to survey the development of zakat in Malaysia which reflects the continuous process of Islamic revivalism in the nation. As we shall see throughout the discussion, the role of zakat institution has been through time expanded to be one of the national economic tools.
Reporting a New Species of Cestode, Stilesia Aliisp. Nov. from Capra Hircus(L.) in Latur District (M.s.) India published in

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Ravi V. Solunke The present communication deals with new species of Stilesia(Railliet, 1893) from intestine ofCapra hircus (L.) at Latur dist. (M.S.). The description of new species StilesiaaliiSp.Nov.is having scolex large, nearly quadrangular, mature proglottids twelve to thirteen times broader than long, testes medium in size, oval, two lateral fields,9 to 10 in numbers, cirrus pouch oval, ovary medium in size, oval in shape, vitelline gland is absent, par uterine organs are bifurcated, two in numbers.
Evaluation of Iron Deficiency Anemia in Elderly published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sfurti Mann, Rajiv Gupta, Amit Kumar, Mohd Haroon Khan Introduction: Anemia in the elderly (age> 65 years), is defined as hemoglobin concentration below 12 gm/dl and 13 gm/dl in females and males respectively. Anemia should never be considered as a normal physiological response to ageing, the etiology must always be investigated. Iron deficiency anemia is one of the most common anemia in old age. Chronic occult blood loss from the Gastro-intestinal (GI) tract is the main cause of iron deficiency anemia. GI malignancy may also present as Iron Deficiency Anemia (IDA) in elderly patients. Patients were subjected to detailed history, thorough clinical examination and relevant investigations including serum iron studies, bone marrow examination and gastrointestinal endoscopies. 47 elderly patients with IDA were selected and investigated. Gastrointestinal blood loss was found to be the most common form of blood loss with 44.7% patients having positive fecal occult blood test and 68% patients revealing some or the other lesion on gastrointestinal endoscopies. 51% patients had upper GI lesions and 21% had lower GI lesions leading to blood loss. 21% patients had normal endoscopies and termed as having purely nutritional iron deficiency, whereas 10% had non GI source of blood loss and multi-factorial causes of IDA. IDA requires extensive investigation especially of the gastrointestinal tract to diagnose underlying lesion. There is possible association of IDA with GI malignancies, which makes it imperative to thoroughly investigate IDA in elderly, rather than blind iron replacement therapy without exhaustive efforts to diagnose the underlying cause.
A CRITICAL STUDY OF CHARLES DICKENS AND MARK TWAIN’S ORPHAN HERO published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Sermily Terangpi (Research Scholar, Department Of English,Assam University Diphu Campus.) The study shall attempt to analyse and interpret the orphan hero in the select novels of Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. The orphan character which dominates a considerable space in literature makes a unique literary hero. The orphan character is not just one of the most preferred models but as illustrated by Terri Windling, “The orphaned hero is not, however, a mere fantasy cliché; it’s a mythic archetype, springing from some of the oldest stories of the world.”(Windling, P-1) The archetypical orphan hero occupies a substantial space in literature and the inevitable presence of an orphan as a protagonist which is a representation of reality has many dimensions to explore. The study therefore, shall attempt to analyse and interpret the orphan archetype as a marginalized and a colonized figure.
Relationship Between Corporate Financial Structure and Firm Value of Selected Companies in Tamil Nadu published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. C. T. Shanmugapriya, Dr. C. Vethirajan From canonical correlation analysis identifying the combined effect of financial structure variables along with firm characteristics on composite of firm values by MVA and Tobins Q, it is concluded that the firm value tend to increase with high EPS, ROE when the use of debt fund in capital is less while liquidity is visibly higher in the case of automobile companies. A substantial increase in EPS and CR level and negligible increase in net sales to total assets tend to positively influence market valuation of sugar companies only relative to replacement cost. The shares of cement companies are valued less than its book value if use of debt fund in the capital is more when there has been a decline in asset level even if there has been an increase in turnover and profitability. Shares of chemical companies tend to be valued less than book value as well as relative to replacement cost if there has been a considerable decline in short-term debt fund while there has been a substantial increase in liquidity level and moderate increase in EPS while turnover declines marginally. Regarding pharmaceutical company, the valuation of shares is independent of the financial structure rather it is directly affected by the EPS, PM and DPS (profitability). For non-banking finance sector there corporate financial structure has positive influence on firm value.
ADVANCED K-MEANS ALGORITHM FOR BRAIN TUMOR DETECTION USING NAIVE BAYES CLASSIFIER published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Veena Bai K*, Dr. Niharika Kumar In health care centers and hospitals, millions of medical images have been generated daily. Analysis has been done manually with an increasing number of images. Brain tumor segmentation in Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has been recent area of research in the field of medical diagnosis. Accurate segmentation of brain tumors is an important task and it is challenging problem. K-means clustering algorithm is the most popular and widelyused partitional clustering algorithm in practice. However, traditional k-means algorithm suffers from sensitive initial selection of cluster centers, and it is not easy to specify the number of clusters in advance. Here an Advanced k-means algorithm is proposed for segmentation that can automatically split and merge clusters which incorporate the new ideas in dealing with huge scale of medical image data. Then features are extracted from the segmented image and its efficiency is increased by using Naive Bayes classifier and is classified into normal or abnormal images.
Attitude Towards Small Family and Population Education in Relation to Academic Status and Gender: A Comparative Study of Two Districts of Haryana published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mrs. Harmeet Kaur, MRS. SHALINI RAJPUT The present study aimed to assess the attitude of educated and uneducated individuals towards small family and population education .The investigator used the descriptive survey method to serve the purpose of the study. Keeping in view the objectives and hypotheses of the study, Attitude Scale Towards Small Family and Population Education by Dr. T.S. Sodhi and Dr. Guru Dev Sharma (2011) was used to serve the purpose. From the results, it was found that educated individuals of two different districts possess same attitude towards small family and population education while there is significant difference between attitude of educated and uneducated persons regarding small family and population education .The result reveals that some measures should be taken to change the attitude of uneducated individuals to cope up with this problem of population explosion.
BALKAN SAVAŞI ÖNCESİ BULGAR KOMİTELERİNİN MÜSLÜMAN KÖY BASKINLARI: YANIKLI (HAMİDİYE) KÖYÜ ÖRNEĞ (RAIDS ON MUSLIM VILLAGES BY BULGARIAN COMMITTES BEFORE BALKAN WARS: AN EXAMPLE OF YANIKLI (HAMİDİYE) VILLAGE) published in

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HAKAN TAN Milliyetçilik akımı ile imparatorluklar dağılmaya başlamış, ulus devletler ortaya çıkmıştır. Balkan milletleri de kendi ulus devletlerini kurmaya gayret ederken Makedonya üzerinde hâkimiyet sağlamak için birbirleri ile mücadele etmişlerdir. Balkan toplumla rı bu süreçte Avrupalı Güçlerin desteklerini almak için kurulan komiteler, özellikle Bulgar komiteleri, aracılığıyla bölgede karışıklıklar çıkarmışlardır. Bu amaçla kurulan komiteler, 1895 senesinde Yanıklı Köyü’ne baskın düzenlemişlerdir. Bu çalışmada Bul gar komiteciler tarafından Yanıklı Köyü’ne düzenlenen baskın ile baskın esnasında ve sonrasında ahalinin yaşadığı mağduriyetler ele alınacaktır. With the nationalist movement, empires began to disintegrate and nation states emerged. While the Balkan nations tried to establish their own states, they struggled with each other to gain dominance over Macedonia. In this period, Balkan communities used committees, especially Bulgarian committees, to create troubles in order to get the support of European Powers. Committees that were founded for this aim organized a raid on the village of Yanıklı in 1895. This study will deal with the raid on Yanıklı Village organized by the Bulgarian C ommittee and the villagers facing deprivation during and after the raid.
Human endometrial stem cells (hEnSCs) differentiation into germ cell-like cells by encapsulating in fibrin scaffold published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Maryam Roya Ramzgouyan, Seyed Mohammad Tvangar, Jamshid Hajati, Nasrin Lotfibakhshaiesh, Fardin Amidi, Somayeh Ebrahimi-Barough, Roya Karimi, Reza Roozafzoon, Mina Jafarabadi, Ahmad Jafar Bekloo, Jafar Ai In recent years, stem cells differentiation into germ cells has focused on infertility topics. A good alternative for gamete production in clinical trials would be pluripotent cells isolated from adult tissues. Herein, we identified the suitable conditions which promoted human endometrial stem cells (hEnSCs) differentiation into germ cell-like cells by adjusting the best concentration of retinoic acid (RA) in 2D medium and cultured them in fibrin as a 3D scaffold afterwards. The optimum concentration of RA was 10-5 M for differentiation after 7 days. Characteristic cell markers such as DAZL, DDX4 and Dppa3 were assessed by immunofluorescence and real-time PCR. The mechanical properties of the fibrin were examined by rheology analysis. After encapsulating the hEnSCs-derived germ cell-like cells in fibrin hydrogel, cell viability, specific markers expression and the cells' integrity in fibrin were assessed by using MTT assay, immunofluorescence staining and SEM analysis respectively. We propose that hEnSCs can be differentiated into germ cell-like cells in a medium containing 10-5 M RA in which the specific markers were expressed properly in both 2D and 3D medium cultures. In addition, fibrin hydrogel could offer a proper 3D scaffold for hEnSCs-derived germ cell-like cells regarding tissue engineering of gonads. Keywords: Human Endometrial Stem Cells (hEnSCs), Differentiation, Retinoic Acid (RA), Fibrin Hydrogel, Germ Cells
Historical Landmarks of the Romanian’s Migration to Germany published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
Alexandra Porumbescu, Ph. D. The external migration of Romanians after the fall of the communist regime was one of the processes that most influenced the social and economical landscape of our present. But even before 1990, there was a type of external migration, that of the ethnics, that lead hundreds of thousands of Romanian citizens outside the borders of our country. The aim of this paper is to highlight some historical moments that marked the departure of the German ethnics from Romania, and also to introduce the role of the migration networks in this process. Starting with a brief presentation of the origins of the Romanian communities with German origins, we intended to present the three waves of migration that characterise the path of the Romanian emigrants in Germany: the first wave, immediately after the Second World War, the second one during the communist regime, and the third one – after 1990.
NEW ATTRIBUTE CONSTRUCTION IN MIXED DATASETS USING CLASSIFICATION ALGORITHMS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Sagunthaladevi.S* & Dr.Bhupathi Raju Venkata Rama Raju Classification is a challenging task in data mining technique. The main aim of Classification is to build a classifier based on some cases with some attributes to describe the objects or one attribute to describe the group of the objects. Then group the similar data into number of classifiers and it assigns items in a collection to target categories or classes. Finally classifier is used to predict the group attributes of new cases from the domain based on the values of other attributes. Various classification algorithms have been developed to group data into classifiers. However, those classification algorithms works effectively either on pure numeric data or on pure categorical data and most of them performs poorly on mixed categorical and numerical data types. Previous classification algorithms do not handled outliers perfectly. To overcome those disadvantages this paper represents NCA and CCA algorithms for Numerical and Categorical datasets to improve the performance of classification. Results of these proposed algorithms are compared with existing ones based on parameters such as accuracy, precision and F-Measures.
Menentukan Grup Siklik Hingga dengan Pascal published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Elfi Fauziah, Riswal Hanafi Siregar Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk menentukan suatu grup siklik dengan membuat suatu program dengan bahasa pemograman pascal. Grup (G) disebut siklik; bila ada elemen a ∈ G sedemikian hingga G = {an | n ∈ Z}. Elemen a disebut pembangun dari grup siklik tersebut. Setiap grup siklik hingga dengan unsur yang dikandungnya. sebanyak in adalah isomorfik dengan grup bilangan bulat modulo in dengan operasi penjumlahan Z. Sehingga untuk menentukan suatu grup siklik hingga; hanya diperlukan komputasi numerik biasa. Dengan bahasa pemograman; seperti Pascal.
Protective Effect of Alysicarpus Monilifer L., Against CCl4 induced Hepatotoxicity in Albino Rats published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
K. Manikya Kumari | V. Padmaja Alysicarpus monilifer L. is a widely used plant in the north coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh, India, has been used in indigenous system of medicine. The roots are used for the treatment of leprosy and urinary troubles. The decoction of roots is prescribed for cough. The boiled leaves are used as purgative. The herb is credited with anti- pyretic, anti- periodic and expectorant properties, febrifuge and also recommended for cutanious scabies and boils and to cure pain. Acute toxicity tests were conducted as per OECD guidelines on Alysicarpus monilifer L. whole plant. The hydro-alcoholic extract of the aerial parts at 200 mg/kg, 400 mg/kg and 800 mg/kg b.w., was tested in Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) induced hepatotoxicity of rats followed by histopathological examination of the isolated livers of the control and the treated groups . The potential effects in protecting liver function by reducing the elevated levels of various serum biochemical parameters in a dose dependent manner, reducing oxidative stress, and histopathological alterations in the rat model of CCl4 “induced liver damage was demonstrated. The results showed significant protective effect against CCl4 induced hepatotoxicity in albino rats. The study on qualitative phytochemical screening also identified some important bioactive phytochemical principles such as steroids, triterpenoids, saponins, flavonoids, tannins, carbohydrates and glycosides in this plant which were also validated as antioxidants and biologically active phytoconstituents. This report of hepatoprotective activity of Alysicarpus monilifer L. throws light on attenuation of hepatotoxic effects of CCl4 challenged rats by membrane stabilization through antioxidation K. Manikya Kumari | V. Padmaja"Protective Effect of Alysicarpus Monilifer L., Against CCl4 induced Hepatotoxicity in Albino Rats" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd114.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/botany/114/protective-effect-of-alysicarpus-monilifer-l-against-ccl4-induced-hepatotoxicity-in-albino-rats/k-manikya-kumari
Performance Analysis of Congestion Control Algorithm for Mobility Model in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANET) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kirtiraj Mohan Desai | Prof Ms. T. T. Mohite Patil The mobile ad-hoc networks (MANET) is network where the mobile nodes move randomly and freely without any centralized administration or control. Where mobile nodes in MANET works both as routers and as hosts. As we know the challenges faced by the wireless and distributed nature of ad hoc networks such the chances of losing packets over the network increases to a great extent as well as the packet loss occurring with the increase in size of the data packets which are often responsible for congestion in the network. Now In order to detect congestion in the network, there are various congestion control algorithms are used. This paper gives a study of the congestion control algorithm used in MANET' and tries to propose a simple congestion control algorithm for mobility models such as random walk model for MANET'. The objective of this paper is to design an efficient congestion control technique to reduce the amount of congestion in the network. Kirtiraj Mohan Desai | Prof Ms. T. T. Mohite Patil"Performance Analysis of Congestion Control Algorithm for Mobility Model in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANET)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18335.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/18335/performance-analysis-of-congestion-control-algorithm-for-mobility-model-in-mobile-ad-hoc-networks-manet/kirtiraj-mohan-desai
Plastic Waste Management Strategies for Indian Cities published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Syeda Azeem Unnisa 1* and Bhupatthi Rao 2 Plastics have been used extensively in both food and water packaging because of their inherent properties such as low bulk densities and inertness that make them convenient carrier materials and low risk contaminants. Plastic bottles and sachets used to package iced water that is sold to people in transit points and in moving vehicles have become widespread in the Andhra Pradesh. However, the packaging revolution has not been correspondingly backed by appropriate plastic waste management policy, which has left many cities in India littered with plastic wastes; thus, creating disgusting visual nuisances and other public health problems. The paper discusses the experiences, challenges and prospects of plastic waste management in Andhra Pradesh and proposes a new model of fractional levy and polluter tax system to address this environmental eye sore. It is concluded that the current rate of environmental deterioration is likely to persist unless a long term remedial such as the polluter taxation system is carefully worked into plastic wastes management schemes in India.
Extragonadal Germ Cell Tumor in Inguinal Region- A Rare Case Report published in

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Dr. Seema Gupta,Dr. Shilpi Sahu,Dr. Mohsin Kamaal We present a rare case of primary extragonadal germ cell tumor (EGGCT) initially presenting with right inguinal mass since 6 months. The mass was resected along with testis and testis did not show any evidence of tumor grossly and microscopically. Histopathological examination of the surgical specimen showed extragonadal germ cell tumor.
EFFECT OF BUPIVACAINE AND POSACONAZOLE ON ANIMAL MODELS FOR DEPRESSION IN ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajesh M* and Divya R OBJECTIVE: Depression is a disturbance in mood, thought, and body characterized by varying degrees of sadness, disappointment, loneliness, hopelessness, self-doubt, and guilt. Management of depression with Tricyclic Antidepressants, Selective serotonin reuptake Inhibitors and Selective Noradrenaline reuptake inhibitors are troublesome due their side effects, Latency of onset, overdose toxicity and Non-compliance. Anti-depressants like amitriptyline and anticonvulsants like carbamazepine, gabapentin, pregabalin, lamotrigine have been used, but with uncertain efficacy. Hence this study was designed evaluate the antidepressant effect of Bupivacaine and Posaconazole on Forced Swim test and Locomotor activity by Actophotometer in Wister Albino Rats. MATERIALS & METHODS: For this study 30 healthy male albino rats were selected and divided into 6 equal groups. Digital Forced Swim test was conducted to rats of groups 1 to 5, 30 mins after oral administration of following drugs, distilled water, Amitriptyline(2mg/kg), Bupivacaine(5mg/kg) Amitriptyline+Bupivacaine (2mg/kg+5mg/kg) and Posaconazole (40mg/kg) respectively. After two weeks of washout period the same animals were used for testing Locomotor activity using Actophotometer. The results were analysed statistically. RESULTS: Amitriptyline plus Bupivacaine combination treated group showed significant (P < 0.05) antidepressant activity compared to amitriptyline alone treated rats. There was no significant change in the locomotor activity in the amitriptyline, posaconazole, and bupivacaine treated animals. CONCLUSION: Amitriptyline plus Bupivacaine combination has significant antidepressant activity compared to placebo. Posaconazole failed to show significant antidepressant activity.
Pergulatan Filosofis Tentang Theisme dan Atheisme published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Sindung Tjahyadi Theisme merupakan salah satu bagian dari kajian Teologi (harafiah: Theos = Tuhan, Logos = ilmu, pemikiran). Theisme sendiri merupakan suatu paham yang meyakini Tuhan itu ada.Argumen-argumen yang dibangun untuk membuktikan bahwa Tuhan itu ada, merupakan bagian dari upaya yang dilakukan oleh Teologi narural. Teologi natural merupakan sebuah usaha unruk memperoleh kesimpulan kesimpulan yang bermakna tentang eksistensi Tuhan yang didasarkan hanya pada pikiran manusia saja. Teologi natural bersandar pada kemampuan-kemamplan kognitif manusia seperti: pengalaman, ingatan, instropeksi, penalaran deduktif, penalaran induktif, dan inferensi, unruk mendapatkan eksplanasi yang paling baik ini berbeda dengan Teologi pewahyuan (revealed theolog) yang mendasarkan arumentasinya pada pernyataan-pernyataan yang dinyatakan telah difirmankan oleh Tuhan atau atas dasar kejadian-kejadian yang dianggap sualu ungkapan dari Tuhan
Banking Fario Pristine Hustler Notion Utilize Touch Tech for Advance Banking Scenario published in

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Urvi Amin Banking industry expand own horizon with the concept of BANKING FARIO. Banking fario is the notion of the banking correspondent services. This service based concept change the banking traditional format of financial activity. To perform any banking transaction now physical movement is not mandatory which would be possible with the extensive use of the technological equipment. This notion is not only limited to the urban sector but facilities also avail by the ruler or backward territory of the nation also which is challenging task for FIs. This drastic modification implied by the concept of banking fario. This research paper focus on the need of the banking fario which is mandatorily published by RBI under Financial inclusion and how it helpful to the developing nation to improve GDP and untimely helpful to push economy. Banking fario converted unorganized sector resources to organized investment for better serve to the nation.
Development of Quality Circles in an Organisation (A Case Study in the Areas of Design for Manufacturing and Design for Assembly In Machine Shop of Tool Room, Indore) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Devendra S. Verma, F. William Baskar Dikroos The present paper deals with various aspects of quality circle and how the productivity is to be improved by adopting quality circle in tool room, machine shop, assembly and related industries. The paper describes a case study of development of quality circle in the areas of design for manufacturing and design for assembly and how the time factor is reduced and at the same time the quality of the product is to be maintained. The paper also presents the problem solving techniques in the areas of DFM and DFA in Machine shop of Tool room, Indore
Antimicrobial activity, Spectral studies and CMC determination of some Surfactant-Copper (II) complexes published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
K. Sasikala*1 and S. Arunachalam2 Some novel surfactant-copper(II) coordination complexes, [Cu(phen)2(C16H33NH2)](ClO4)2 (A) and [Cu(phen)2(C12H25NH2)](ClO4)2 (B (phen = 1,10-phenanthroline) were synthesized from the corresponding halogeno complex by ligand substitution method. The critical micelle concentration (CMC) values of these surfactant metal complexes in aqueous solution were obtained using conductivity method. The surfactantcopper (II) complexes were screened for their antibacterial and antifungal activities against various microorganisms. The results were compared with the standard drugs, Ciprofloxacin and Nystatin respectively.
Systematic survey of some angiosperms of family Asteraceae from Kota District of Rajasthan, India published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
Subhash C. Verma, N. K. Sharma & J. L. Sharma The present study deals with vegetation of habitats of Kota district of Rajasthan state. Plant exploration was conducted to determine plants of family Asteraceae from various habitats revealed occurrences of 10 plant species. Taxonomic position of these plant species is described in various available Floras of different regions of the Rajasthan state.
Prevalence and Impact of Subclinical Hypothyroidism on Pregnancy- Prospective study From Apex Institute of North India published in

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Dr Neelam Aggarwal, Dr Vanita Suri, Dr Bharti Joshi, Dr Pinaki Dutta, Dr Anil Bhansali, Dr kanya Mukhopadhyay Subclinical hypothyroidism is one end of the spectrum of thyroid disorders with reported incidence of 2-5%. The data on prevalence and impact of subclinical hypothyroidism on pregnancy is restricted from north India; therefore we prospectively evaluated cohort of 1791 pregnant women for thyroid dysfunctions in apex institute of north India. Some important findings in this prospective analysis were 1) high prevalence of subclinical hypothyroidism (10.9%) in pregnancy and 59 % of these women had autoimmunity as cause of hypothyroidism. 2) Subclinical hypothyroidism was associated with significant increase in the rate of cesarean section (p=0.001) and neonates born to these women had lower birth weight as compared to neonates of euthyriod women which was statistically significant (p=0.002). Conclusion: Subclinical hypothyroidism has high prevalence in pregnancy in India and is associated with adverse maternal and fetal outcomes
Correlation and path co-efficient analysis in cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K.P. SINGH*, KAMAL KANT, R.K. ROY AND R.N. JHA Correlation and path coefficient analysis were conducted on Pushi variety of Cauliflower. Yield was found to be highly and significantly positively correlated with all the ancillary characters viz., curd weight (0.9941), number of the leaves (0.9674), leaf area (0.9661), curd diameter (0.9412), plant spread (0.9161), plant height (0.8239) and curd depth (0.8068). All the ancillary characters showed significantly positive correlations among themselves. The path coefficient analysis values also indicated that the maximum positive direct effect accrued due to leaf count followed by curd weight, plant height and curd depth. Whereas plant spread, leaf area and curd diameter showed direct negative effect. The value of residual effect was found to be 0.0801, indicating that the characters included for path analysis were sufficient for inducing the maximum yield of cauliflower.
Preparation and evaluation of Aceclofenac ophthalmic in-situ gels published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
K. Ravindra Reddy*, M. Ravi Shankar Yadav and P.Sabitha Reddy. In?situ gelling systems are viscous polymer?based liquids that exhibit sol?to?gel phase transition on the ocular surface due to change in a specific physico?chemical parameter like temperature, ionic strength, or pH. A major problem in ocular therapeutics is the attainment of optimal drug concentration at the site of action, which is compromised mainly due to pre?corneal loss resulting in only a small fraction of the drug being ocularly absorbed. The effective dose administered can be altered by increasing the retention time of medication into the eye by using in situ gel forming systems, thereby preventing the tear drainage. The present work describes the formulation and evaluation of an ophthalmic delivery system of an anti?inflammatory drug aceclofenac, based on the concept of pH triggered in situ gelation. In vitro release studies indicated among the all formulations, F4 shows better drug release when contacted with STF solution at 8 hrs study period. It shows antimicrobial, antibacterial and antifungal efficacy with selected microorganisms. These results demonstrate that the developed system is an alternative to conventional ophthalmic drops, patient compliance, industrially oriented and economical.
Improving Query Response Time for Graph Data Using Materialization published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Abdul Waheed, Dr. Syed Saif ur Rahman Graphs are used in many disciplines, from communication networks, biological, social networks includ- ing maths and other fields of science. This is the latest and most important field of computer science today. In this research, the authors have worked on the materialization to improve the query response of graph data. The large graph dataset have been divided into two categories; one contains the topological data and other contains the aggre- gate data and both are accessed via a PAM (Predicate Aggregate Materialization) engine which plays an interme- diary role. PAM engine stores the query results and it checks whether the query is new or already processed every time the query appears. If it is found already processed than it just get the results which are materialized and if it finds a new query than it goes for the extraction of data from required datasets. After completion of process, PAM engine materialize the extracted data for reuse. The technique works and it reduces the processing time and improves response time.
Analysis of Profitability and Efficiency : A Comparison of HDFC and ICICI published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Neha Rani, Dr. Dinesh Gaba Banking sector has been working in India from 18th century, but at that time only a few banks were providing their services. After Narasimha Committee, 1991 competition in banking sector has increased due to entry of many private and foreign banks. So to remain in competition the banks should increase their efficiency so that they can provide better services to the customers, as the role of banking sector has changed form money lending to more socially relevant services. As banking sector plays a crucial role in the development of an economy, these should be more organized and developed. The bank acts as a bridge between those having finance and those in need of finance and mobilizes the nations saving into profitable investments. Many private sector banks like HDFC, ICICI, Axis Bank, Canara Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce etc. are providing their services in an efficient manner. So this report concentrates on the efficiency of two private banks HDFC and ICICI. The performance of both banks is compared to find out which one is more efficient. The analysis about the performance is done on the basis of Total Income, Total Expenses, Net Profit, Operating Profit etc. and on the basis of this analysis it is found that the performance and efficiency of HDFC bank is better than ICICI.
IDS: Survey on Intrusion Detection System in Cloud Computing? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Ashish Kumbhare, Mr. Manoj Chaudhari? Cloud computing provides flexible on demand services to the end users with lesser infrastructural investment. Under the supervision of different managements, these services are provided over the Internet using known networking protocols, standards and formats. Existing deficiencies in underlying technologies tend to open doors for intrusion. This paper surveys different intrusions affecting basics of cloud security i.e. availability, confidentiality and integrity of Cloud resources and services. It examines proposals incorporating Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) in Cloud and discusses various types and techniques of IDS.
Level of Nigerian Cadets Satisfaction on the Services of Lyceum International Maritime Academy published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Dexter R. Buted, John Reynald D. Abiad, John Paul D. Aguba, Alexander Jedd A. Ellar, Dandarc P. Ilao, John Harold D. Sales, Ms. Beverly T. Caiga Satisfaction characterizes the quality of products and services that the organization delivers to its customers that serves as the basis for continuous improvement. The study primarily aimed to investigate the level of satisfaction of Nigerian students in relation to administration, instruction, facilities, and securities. Descriptive type of research was utilized in the study. Results showed that Nigerian students were moderately satisfied in the LIMA Administration, academic instruction and facilities while they were fairly satisfied in the LIMA Security. The demand of foreign students to have competitive edge by studying abroad includes that the services of an educational institution wherein these students are enrolled should meet the satisfaction of these students in all key areas of administration, instruction, facilities and security; otherwise such institution has to take appropriate action and measure to improvement its services.
Evolution of the Morphology of the River Brahmaputra Due to Vegetative Cover Changes published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Prabeer Kumar Parhi The response of fluvial morphology deserves attention because of its large impacts on landscape and riverine habitats. With the help of multi-date digital satellite data, the evolution of the morphology of the river Brahmaputra has been reconstructed. The multi-spectral vegetation index like Normalised Difference Vegetation Index has been tested to provide new information and improved sensitivity to vegetative cover. The results of this research indicated that the fluvial morphology in the Brahmaputra valley has changed considerably as a result of shifts in vegetative cover. The study vividly portrayed that the loss of vegetative cover in the basin was about 10% and the increase in sediment load at Pancharatna, near the downstream end of the basin was found to be about 12% during the study period 1990 - 2002
Rethinking Organizational Design for Complex Endeavors published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
David S. Alberts The future of Organizational Design (OD) will be shaped by the extent to which the field can address the fundamental organizational design challenges we face in this Age of Interactions (Alberts, 2011). Will we prefer to take the well-paved path directly ahead, perfecting the design processes currently employed to increase the probability that a particular organization is successful in a particular environment? Or will we blaze a new trail, re-conceptualizing the fundamental elements of organizational design in response to a world that is changing the nature of organizations and the capabilities they need to survive? Reinventing OD partly involves going back to basics to reconsider what we mean by an "organization" and the defining characteristics of its operating environment, the measures of merit or fitness by which the quality of a given design is determined, and the meaning of design itself. While this may be a formidable challenge for the field of OD, only by venturing down this alternate path will we be able to create the agile complex enterprises needed to tackle the pressing security, societal, economic, and environmental challenges we face.
Design and Development of Inlet Manifold for Six Cylinder Engine for Truck Application published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Amit Kumar Gupta, Abhishek Mishra Current design manifold for one of the truck engine is having less plenum volume which is not suitable for air requirement of engine and hence result in reduced volumetric efficiency. To simplify the design & make the component in pressure die casting & to increase the yield also to qualify the engine noise, performance and durability requirement and to reduce the part cost new inlet manifold is designed and developed.
A Review - Study of the Thermo-Physical Properties of PCM with Dispersion of Nano Particles published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vivek Baghel | Yogesh Yadav In this article, a new sort of nanofluid phase change materials (PCMs) is developed by suspending a small amount of BeO nanoparticles in solution of wax. Its thermal conductivities, super cooling degree, latent heat, specific heat, and rheological behaviours of the nanofluids PCMs have investigated. A rectangular duct designed and numerical studies were performed to reveal the effects of molten PCM thermo physical properties on heat and exergy storage performance of latent heat storage (LHS) unit. The range analysis, regression analysis and optimization were conducted. The PCM selection criteria were established. The results show that for short time LHS system, the order of PCM properties effects on heat storage performance is melting temperature, thermal conductivity, specific heat, density and melting enthalpy successively. PCM with lower melting temperature, higher thermal conductivity and specific heat is beneficial to improve the heat storage rate and heat storage quality. For long time heat storage system, the order of PCM properties effects on heat storage performance is density, melting enthalpy, specific heat, melting temperature and thermal conductivity successively. PCM with higher density, melting enthalpy and specific heat can both improve the heat storage rate and heat storage quality. Vivek Baghel | Yogesh Yadav"A Review - Study of the Thermo-Physical Properties of PCM with Dispersion of Nano Particles" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14236.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/14236/a-review---study-of-the-thermo-physical-properties-of-pcm-with-dispersion-of-nano-particles/vivek-baghel
Low Complexity Antenna Selection Technique for Mimo System published in

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Deepika Patil, Hameed Miyan In this paper we had simulated sub optimal antenna selection techniques for 2X2 and 4X4 MIMO system and it will provide a possibility of substantial gain increase through increasing and decreasing order by ascending or descending selection strategies with respect to antennas. It was observed that the 2X2 MIMO system at low SNR high capacity of about 2.32dB for antenna 1 and the maximum capacity of about 11.34dB is obtain at 20dB SNR. For 4X4 MIMO system selection of only two antennas is required. As compare to traditional optimal antenna selection the complexity is reduces by selecting the sub set of antennas.
EMPLOYEES’ ATTITUDE DURING TIMES OF PROPOSED MERGER (A CASE OF TWO BANKS MERGER IN PAKISTAN) published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Waqar Akbar, Sana Ejaz, Sana Riaz, Kashif Arif There has been a dramatic increment in the pace of change over the last few years. The satisfaction of the employee is the first priority of HRM whereas the company’s annual productivity holds the secondary importance due to which this department is criticized. Since change management has no definite starts and ends, the organization faces the multifaceted challenges during the times of merger. The study intends to identify the employees’ attitude during the times of proposed merger. The constructs to measure employees’ attitude include: job satisfaction, uncertainty, commitment as independent variables and whereas change readiness was measured as dependent variable. The study is based on primary data constituted of a questionnaire. 5-point Likert scale is used to measure the perception of all employees who are considered applicable for a merger. To analyze the data, SPSS software has been used. Reliability and correlation tests are conducted before finding the impact of employees attitude on change readiness. A regression test is performed to find the effect of a merger on change readiness. The results reveal that uncertainty is statistically found to be insignificant with change readiness which indicates that employees are not fearful of being uncertain about changes happening due to merger. However, Job satisfaction and commitment has a positive significant impact on change readiness. The study is very useful for an organization while they are strategically planning for mergers and acquisition. The study is confined to employees’ perspectives of banking sectors. Leadership perspective may have further insights for strategic direction for organization. Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Uncertainty, Commitment and Change Readiness, Employees’ Attitude, Merger.
Study of Clinicopathological Profile of Patients With Multinodular Goiter In A Tertiary Care Center published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Kiran T, Dr Ashwini B R Multinodular goiter is a common disorder characterized by a nodular enlargement of the thyroid gland a problem commonly encountered in medical practice. It is a condition occurring in about 12% of the adults characterized by nodules that grow slowly with in the thyroid. There are different diagnostic modalities like Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC), ultrasound examination and biochemical analysis. However histopathology remains the gold standard. The study was conducted at our institution to find the clinicopatholoical profile of the patients with multinodular goiter, and to study the diagnostic sensitivity and specificity of FNAC in diagnosing multinodular goiter. Our study showed that multinodular goiter is common in females than in males and in frequent in 3rd decade of life. Majority of the patients had euthyroid status in thyroid profile. Non neoplastic lesions were more common than neoplastic lesions. FNAC was found to be a safe and effective diagnostic modality with specificity of 100% and efficacy of 98%.
A Study to Evaluate use of Facebook as an Educational Tool in Dentistry published in

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

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. S. SIDHU, R. KOONER AND A. VERMA The field experiments were conducted at farmers fields at nine different locations in district Ludhiana and Rupnagar of central Punjab during kharif 2012. Puddled Transplanted Rice (PTR) and Direct Seeded Rice (DSR) production systems were compared in respect of weed infestation, grain yield and economics. The results revealed that plant height, panicle length, number of grains per panicle, number of empty grains per panicle and test weight of two systems was not significantly affected. Average Plant population/m2 was significantly more in DSR (24.0) than PTR (19.2). Number of effective tillers which are the major determinants of grain yield were significantly higher in puddled transplanted rice (272.9/m2) than direct seeded rice (263.3/ m2). Significantly higher grain yield (55.56 q/ha) was observed with Puddled Transplanted Rice (PTR) than Direct Seeded Rice (53.72 q/ha) when averaged over 9 locations. The population of weeds at 30 days after sowing was significantly more in DSR (24.3/m2) than PTR (13.8/m2). The average net returns under PTR (47.71 X 103 Rs/ha) were higher than DSR (47.08 X 103 Rs/ha) but benefit cost ratio was significantly more in DSR plots.
Prevalence of hypertension and obesity among urban working published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A.Swarnalatha, Dr.M.Amirthaveni WHO termed obesity as New world syndrome and hypertension as Silent killer by observing its consequences and its increasing prevalence for the past few decades. This study was taken to observe the prevalence of obesity and hypertension among urban working women in southern India by enrolling 120 working women in an educational institution, located at the centre of the city. Well structured questionnaire was developed and distributed to all the women to elicit their socio economic details, life style pattern and food habits. Their weight, height and blood pressure were recorded. Among the selected women obesity was prevalent among 80.2 per cent and the prevalence of hypertension was observed to be 48 per cent. The blood pressure was noticed to increases with increase in body weight of the individuals. The results stress the timely preventive measures for these new endemic disorders to reduce the burden of many chronic morbidity
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.
STUDIES OF PRECONCENTRATION OF SUDAN IV DYE ON ?- CYCLODEXTRIN EPICHLOROHYDRIN POLYMER published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rupinder Kaur, and Dr. Usha Gupta* A method has been developed for the preconcentration of Sudan IV dye using a synthesized ?-cyclodextrin polymer. Various parameters such as pH, shaking time, amount of adsorbent, sample volume etc. for the % uptake of Sudan IV dye has been optimized. The method has been applied for the determination of Sudan IV dye in different food samples.
RELIGIOUS QUESTION IN POLITICAL VIEWS OF GAYAZ ISHAKI published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Aigul Maratovna Sadykova In this article the attitude to religion of one of the leaders of the Turkic-Tatar emigration of the ?? century, national political leaders and representatives of the Tatar intelligentsia Gayaz Ishaki is considering. The scientific methods of research, such as analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, generalization, and special - a comparative-historical, historical, dialectical methods are basic. As a result of study and analysis of the literature and a number of sources the author comes to the conclusion that faith and religion was important in the socio-political views of G. Ishaki.
Logic Behind Some Sutras in Vedic Mathematics published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Urmila Rani Vedic math gives Sutras (formulas) that are time saving while doing calculations. In this paper we give the logic behind some of these Sutras(formulas) .
Examining the role of motivation on employee performance in the public sector in Ghana published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Seniwoliba A. J. and Nchorbuno A. D. Motivation is crucial for organizations to function; without motivation employees will not put up their best and the companys performance would be less efficient. The situation is even more serious in developing countries where working conditions are unattractive. The upper west region is also bedevilled with low level of education, poor infrastructure and poor road network and for that matter northern Ghana has been the concern of many people, especially of northern exaction. The reasons for this situation are partly due to the slow progress in the development of the north. It is in view of this that this study seeks to assess the role of motivation on employee performance in the public sector with particular reference to employees of the University for Development Studies (UDS) at its Wa Campus in the Upper West Region. The case-study approach was adopted for the study with both qualitative and quantitative techniques such as stratified sampling and accidental sampling techniques were employed. Key informant interviews and questionnaires were the methods of data collection for the study and SPSS software was used to analyze data collected from the field. The study found that, motivation packages for the staff of UDS Wa Campus were inadequate. This was evident in the non-availability of residential accommodation and transport for staff. Though senior members enjoy professional allowance, book and research allowance, free medical care, off-campus allowance and entertainment allowance they complained that the amount involved was insufficient. However, on the part senior and junior staff, it is only free medical care they benefit from. Monetary rewards and a conducive-working environment were the preferred form of motivation for workers revealed by the study. The effects of poor motivation on work performance on the Wa Campus were absenteeism, low output and high labour turnover. The study therefore, recommends that management should liaise with GETFUND and other donor agencies such as Habitant International to build residential accommodation for staff and institute end of year awards ceremonies to motivate staff. Keywords: Motivation, employee work performance, human resources, work environment, incentives
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF CONTROLLED RELEASE TABLETS OF PIOGLITAZONE published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Rama Kotaiah Mogili*, Ram Babu. G, Prasad Rao.M, Lakshman.P Pioglitazone Controlled release tablets were prepared by using polymers like Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose, Psyllium, Guar-gum, Xanthum gum and Carbopol. From this study it can be concluded that Pioglitazone C.R tablets prepared by Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose K15M ( i.e. H3) showed good release rate than the tablets prepared by using other polymers. Pre compression and Carrs index of the pure drug indicated that the drug had good flow property, even the formulations were found to be within the range. Post compression studies, for tablets like thickness, diameter, hardness, friability, drug content uniformity was done. The dissolution studies were carried out for 24 hours. As per the result of dissolution study of formulation H3, P3, G3 and X3 showed reasonable release 99.87%, 97.85%, 92.48% and 93.51% respectively at the end of 24hrs. Formula H3 showed good drug release profile 99.87% at the 24 hrs, showed excellent matrix integrity during the period of study, when compare to other formulations. The formulation H3 was considered optimum because it showed negligible drug release in acidic medium and drug release in the phosphate buffer (pH 7.4) was found to be almost complete. The stability studies of the selected formulation showed that the product was stable through-out the study period . KEY WORDS: Pioglitazone, Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose, Psyllium, Guar-gum, Xanthum gum and Carbopol
An Improved Design of Contract Net Trust Establishment Protocol published in

ACEEE International Journal on Communication

Published by ACEEE
Aarti Singh, Dimple Juneja Contract Net Protocol (CNP) is FIPA standardized high level communication protocol which specifies the way software agents should follow while communicating. However it lacks methods for ensuring trust and reliability of the agents participating in the communication. In an earlier paper authors proposed a variation of CNP involving trust establishment feature into it, termed as Contract Net Trust Establishment Protocol (CNTEP). However, efficient communication can not be ensured unless the communicating counterpart is reliable. This fact provided the motivation for the present work, which extends CNTEP and incorporates reliability computation component in it.
Diversity of migratory nematode endoparasites of banana published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
K. ROY, 1S. ROY, 1S. SARKAR, 1A. RATHOD AND A. PRAMANIK A roving survey was conducted on banana (Musa sp.) at Nadia and North 24-Parganas district of West Bengal and Vellayani areas of Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala, India during 2013-2014. Sixty seven soil and root samples (200cc) were collected from the banana fields for the study. Diversity of rhizospheric nematodes associated with banana revealed prevalence of 17 species of phytoparasitic nematodes, 3 species of predatory nematodes (Mylonchulus, Iotonchus and Ironus) and huge number of saprozoic nematodes. At Haringhata block of Nadia district Pratylenchus crenatus and P. coffeae were recorded as important migratory endoparasitic nematode pests of banana. Occurrence of P. crenatus is probably the first record of their existence on banana in West Bengal. Here, Meloidogyne incognita, M. javanica, Rotylenchulus reniformis, Hoplolaimus indicus, Helicotylenchus dihystera, Tylenchorhynchus mashhoodi, Criconemoides onoensis, Aphilenchus avenae and Xiphinema insigne were also recorded from the crop rhizosphere. Meloidogyne spp. and Rotylenchulus reniformis were also found as most abundant endoparasites of banana at Habra-II block of North 24-Parganas. Radopholus similis, Helicotylenchus multicinctus, and Pratylenchus coffeae were recorded as abundant migratory nematode endoparasites of banana from Vellayani, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Among those H. multicinctus was found most numerous in soil. Observation of different banana cultivars for the diversity of nematode fauna indicated that Musa (AAB) cv. Pisang Bale, Ney Poovan (AB) and CO-I (AAB) supported very low population of root knot nematodes. While, Ney Poovan (AB), Karpooravelli (ABB), Booditha Bontha Bothisa (CT), Gross Michel (AAA) and Red banana (AAA) supported very low population of P. coffeae. None of the cultivars of banana at the Mondouri farm under AICRP on Fruits, BCKV showed the existence of R. similis and H. multicinctus. Detailed morphometric and morphological informations on P. coffeae, P. crenatus, H. multicinctus, and R. similis, have been documented.
CONNECTION BEHAVIOR IN COMPOSITE PROFILED STEEL SHEET DRY BOARD (PSSDB) SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ansam Z. Thamer 1 , Nabeel A. Jasim This paper studied the behavior of the connections in the composite Profiled Steel Sheet Dry Board (PSSDB) system. The PSSDB is a light weight composite panel comprised of a profiled steel sheet PSS and cement board as dry board connected together by either mechanical fasteners or by epoxy adhesive resin. Ten push-out specimens with different size, shape, thickness of dry board, and types of connections were carried out. The ultimate load, the load slip relationship, and modes of failure were observed. The results showed that the samples connected by epoxy adhesive resin can sustain load greater than that connected by mechanical fasteners up to 76%, and the ultimate load affected by the thickness of dry board. The capacity of connecter (self drillingself tapping screw with 4.2 mm diameter) is about 1.736 kN/screw. This value increased by about 20% with the increase in dryboard thickness to double (from 8 mm to 16 mm). The Ultimate load sustained by the specimens connected by using epoxy adhesive resin is about 37 kN/m and 137 kN/m for the DB connected to ribs and trough sides of PSS, respectively. These values increased by about 14% with the increase in dryboard thickness to double.
EDUCATION MECHANISMS CAVITATIONAL ZONES BY MENAS OF ASPHALTHEN- PITCH -WAX DEPOSITS ON A SURFACE TO A PIPELINES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. H. Nurullayev*, F. S. Gahramanov, B. T. Usubaliyev In work the major factors influencing on are listed formation of APWD. The special attention is paid to a group chemical composition of initial raw materials and mutual influence of separate high-molecular components of oil on structurization in oil system at low temperatures. Influence of structural and group composition of oil on the formation mechanism, structure and APWD properties is shown. Ours, researches show that, cavitation can happen not only in pumps, water-wheels and depends on physical and chemical and rheological properties of mixes high-paraffinic, asphaltic, high-stiffening the crude oil. Such oil form cavitational zones in pipeline transport, in use oil pipelines. formations, structure and APWD properties. Cavitational zones form APWD it is on an internal surface of a pipe. The working part of a hydrodynamic pipe serves for obtaining high speeds of a stream. Cavitation arises as on the examinee the sample placed in this part of a pipe and on walls of the pipe. In article the general information about cavitation is resulted and at present and conditions known at present and consequences of its occurrence, as hydraulic phenomenon are listed.
Right to Health and Medical Assistance as a Basic Human Right: an Analysis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. . Manish Kumar Khunger The idea of Human Rights for a liberal natural rights theorist is that we all have rights by virtue of our humanity. Individuals have certain kinds of rights as member of a particular community, but human rights belong to humanity and do not depend for their existence upon the legal moral practice of different communities and such philosophical grounds originated the concept of universality for the human rights. Right to life would be meaningless unless medical care is assured to sick person. It has, however, not been guaranteed specifically in the Constitution of India. Of late, right to health and medical care has been interpreted to be part of right to life under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. State is under an obligation to safeguard and preserve the right to life of every Citizen. It is the duty of the Government hospitals to provide medical assistance to a person in need. In the present paper the researcher has analyzing the Right to health and medical assistance as a basic Human Right with the help of National and International perspectives.
TPACK published in

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Prof. Hemant Lata Sharma, Leena Sharma This paper explores the development of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK). Nowadays, technology application and integration has become a necessity in teaching and learning processes which demanded high technological knowledge. To describe teachers integration of ICTs in their classroom practices, Mishra & Koehler(2006) proposed TPACK model (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge) has become known as a useful overarching conceptual framework that builds on Shulmans formulation of Pedagogical Content Knowledge. The intention of this paper is to run an in-depth analysis of TPACK to contribute to a profound theoretical conceptualization of pre service teachers knowledge base that embeds ICT knowledge and serve to guide structuring teacher education programs.
INTRA UTERINE INSEMINATION OUTCOME FOLLOWING THE DRILLING OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME OF INFERTILE WOMEN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Saad S. Al-Dujaily*1, Dr. Sallama H. Al-Khdaier2 and Samira A. Muhsin Background: Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of world wild problem, affecting women during their reproductive age. The PCO and PCOS in Iraqi women are found as the first common cause of infertility with negative response to medical treatment .One of the second line of treatment is Laparoscopic ovarian drilling (LOD) that used to induce ovulation in women with PCOS. Objective: The objective of the present study is to investigate the effect of PCO drilling on pregnancy rate following intrauterine insemination (IUI). Patients, materials and methods: Fifty couples were involved in current study during the period from September 2013 to July 2014. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling was done for the spouses after confirming diagnosis of PCOS by laparoscopy .The women were inseminated either through intrauterine insemination or natural intercourse into two groups depending on the results of husband semen analysis. Results: There was a significant (P<0.01) decrease in LH ,testosterone and prolactin hormones with elevation in progesterone level following the LOD operation compared to before the drilling of PCOS women. The pregnancy rate following IUI was 8% and after natural intercourse was 20%.and total pregnancy rate was 14%. Conclusions: This study concluded that LOD must be recommended as line treatment option for treatment resistance of PCOS women. The drilling is effective to turn back a normal levels of reproductive hormones and ovulation with successful pregnancy . Therefore LOD considered the ultimate clinical endpoints for studies on female infertility treatment.
STUDY REACTION OF GOMOVERATRILAMINE WITH GLYCINE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A.F. Ishankulov*, A.Sh. Saidov, D.B. Tukhtaev, A.N. Mukhamadiev, N.Q. Mukhamadiev In the work of quantum chemistry, reactions of condensation and cyclization of homoveratilamine with glycine were studied by constructing the energy profile of the reaction. The structure of the synthesized products is compared with the experimentally obtained and calculated IR spectra with the conformity assessment.
ADAPTIVE INDOOR SCENE CLASSIFICATION WITH MULTI - SVM CLASSIFICATION TO SOLVE MULTI - CLASS PROBLEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Japneet Kaur*, Rimanpal Kaur In recent years, indoor scene recognition has attracted much attention and its research has rapidly expanded by not just engineers but also neuroscientists, since it has many potential applications in computer vision communication and automatic access control system. Especially, indoor scene recognition is an important part of computer vision and feature recognit ion as the first step of automatic uninterrupted robotic movement or computer vision applications like automatic interior designing algorithms. However, the indoor scene detection is not straightforward because it has lots of variations of image appearance , such as light effect, occlusion, image orientation, illuminating condition and object variety. Many novel methods have been advanced to resolve each variation listed above. For example, the template - matching methods are used for indoor scene localization and detection by computing the correlation of an input image to a standard and training scene appearance or pattern. The feature invariant approaches are used for feature detection of bed, chair, cabinet, table, door, electrical or electronic items, etc. The appearance - based methods are used for indoor feature detection with support vector machine and information theoretical approach. Nevertheless, implementing the methods altogether is still a difficult task. Fortunately, the images used in this project h ave some degree of uniformity thus the detection algorithm can be easy: first, the all the faces are vertical and have frontal view; second, they are under almost the same illuminate state. This project presents an indoor scene detection technique mainly b ased on the appearance based feature segmentation, SVM training and SVM classification methods to recognize the indoor scenes.
ENTRAPMENT OF A GUIDE WIRE: AN INCIDENTAL COMPLICATION OF CENTRAL LINE CATHETER PLACEMENT published in

Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia

Published by Innovative Publication
Dr. Lalit Gupta, Dr. Gaurav Dwivedi Seldinger's technique is widely used to place central venous and arterial catheters and is generally considered safe. This technique does have multiple potential risks. Guidewire-related complications are rare but potentially serious. We describe a case of an entrapped guidewire during central venous catheter insertion followed by a review of the literature on this topic. Measures which can be taken to prevent such complications are explained in detail as well as recommended steps to remedy errors should they occur.
STUDY OF STABILITY AND LABELING REQUIREMENTS OF INHALATION AND NASAL PRODUCT IN US AND EUROPE published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Darshil B. Shah1*, Deval K. Shah2, Dr. Dilip G. Maheshwari3 Inhalation and Nasal products are used in the Asthma and COPD so it requires precise regulation. Stability studies ensure the maintenance of product quality throughout the shelf life that is pre-requisite for the acceptance and approval of Inhalation and Nasal product. Stability studies play an important role in Inhalation development, possibly more than other delivery systems. These studies are required to conduct in a planned approach following the rules issued by ICH. Labeling is essential for any pharmaceutical product as it gives all the detail about the product which will be benefit for patient. Label facilitate manufacturer to market their product and catch peoples attention. It is useful to Consumer additionally to allow them distinguish the product form one another. In this article Stability studies which are required for Inhalation and Nasal product are same for both the countries. By studying the stability guideline we can easily find out the shelf life of the product and it is necessary for pharmaceutical companies to file their product in US and Europe. And labeling requirement which is essential for Inhalation and Nasal product are given in both the countries.
ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANTIHYPERLIPIDEMIC EFFECTS OF DIASHIS, A POLYHERBAL FORMULATION, IN STREPTOZOTOCININDUCED DIABETIC MALE ALBINO RAT: AN APPROACH THROUGH TOXICITY STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tushar Kanti Bera, Kishalay Jana, Soumyajit Maity, Abhinandan Ghosh, Sanjit Kumar Kar, Debidas Ghosh* To investigate the mode of antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic activity of Diashis, in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic male albino rats. Hyperglycemia was induced by single intramuscular injection of STZ at the dose of 4 mg / 0.1 mL of citrate buffer (pH 4.5) / 100 g body weight. For acute toxicity evaluation of Diashis, the formulation was administered orally at the doses ranging from 2.5, 5, 10, 20, 40, 80, 160, 320 mg / 100 g body weight. Significant diminution in the activities of hepatic hexokinase and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase along with elevation in glucose-6-phosphatase were noted in STZ-induced diabetic animals. Levels of fasting blood glucose (FBG), glycated hemoglobin (HbA1C), serum lipid profiles were elevated significantly (P<0.001) along with the diminution in serum insulin level in STZ-induced diabetic animals. Above mentioned parameters were recovered significantly (P<0.01) towards the control level after treatment of Diasihs for 30 days at the dose of 5 mg / 0.5 ml distilled water / 100 g body weight / rat / day at fasting state to diabetic animals. In an acute toxicity study, there was no toxic symptom up to the dose level of 320 mg / 100 g body weight. From these results, it may be concluded that Diashis at the dose of 5 mg / 100 g body weight is safe for long term treatment for diabetic protection.
Evaluation of rotary mode of application of ponies/horses for generation of electricity in Imphal, Manipur published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.K. TIWARI The animal driven rotary mode system was evaluated to generate electricity for battery charging. The cost economics of electricity generation and storage was worked out. The ponies energy in rotary unit to generate the electricity for battery charging was best utilized with proper work-rest cycle and nutritive feed. The main objective of the establishment of rotary power transmission system was to utilize power of pony during idle period. Fatigue score was found to be increased with duration of work. The physiological responses of the pony viz., pulse rate, respiration rate and rectal temperature increased with duration of work whereas speed of operation decreased. The battery (12 V, 35 Amp.-h) could be fully charged (specific gravity = 1.265) after 6 hours of pony operation following work-rest cycle of half an hour: 1 hour rest. The CFL (8 W, DC) were used for test trial which were glowing brightly. The average speed of pony at no load and loads were 4 and 3 revolutions/min, respectively. The overall body length and girth of pony were 1150 and 1450 mm, respectively. Time of charging was depended on the size of the battery as 35Ah battery required 6 hour for full charging. The alternator started emitting current at 1265 rpm and at this stage the battery started drawing current. Voltage increased and current drawn decreased with the state of charging. The power output reduced with reduction in current drawn. Battery charging was recommended at 50 per cent discharge level. At specific gravity of 1.200 the battery is charged at 50 per cent level and the draught requirement was observed to be 53 kgf which was well within the draught capacity of animals. Thus, it is recommended that battery should be put on charge at 50 per cent discharge level. Below this the draught requirement was observed high. The cost of pony and labour was therefore may be excluded from cost estimation. After excluding the cost of animal and labour the cost of battery charging was worked out as Rs. 9.62 and total cost for charging a battery of 35 Ah was found to be Rs. 57.72.
Gelsolin and Annexin 7 proteins correlates with lymph node metastasis (LNM) in carcinoma cell published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Asma Saleem Qazi Background: There has been a tendency to focus on subcellular proteomes concerning specific subcellular compartments and macromolecular structures of the cell. Subcellular proteomics, as an important step to functional proteomics, has been a focus in proteomic research. Aim: To find whether LNM associated proteins perform their functions in some association with each other as some binding or interacting partners. Comparison of ratio of difference of their expression levels on the basis of their sub-cellular expression sites. Methods: Sub-cellular structures were focused to investigate two calcium dependent phospholipid binding proteins. The effect of their expression levels on each other were analyzed by increasing and decreasing regulation of protein on each other and further evaluation by SDS-PAGE. Results: LNM associated proteins were expressed at different sub-cellular location with different expression levels with higher expression in high potential cell lines for LNM. Up-regulation has increased and down-regulation has decreased their expression levels. Conclusion: The separation of cells into its compartments can increase the probability of detecting even low expression levels of proteins at different sites which not only tells the whole protein content of that specific fraction rather helps in understanding their structures, functions and binding associations with each other. Keywords: lymph nodes, metastasis, hepatocellular carcinoma, proteomics, subcellular fractions.
Synthetic Dye Decolourization Activity of Laccase Enzyme: A Novel Approach to Brawl Against Environment Pollution published in

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Ashok V. Gomashe, Preeti G. Dharmik A research was carried out on production of laccases by fungi isolated from soil. Decolorization of two synthetic dyes (Reactive Black 5 and Reactive Blue 171) using three sources of fungal laccase with the origin of Rhizopus oryzae, Aspergillus flavus and Fusarium sporotrichioides was investigated. Among them, the enzyme from Rhizopus oyzae was found to the most efficient which decolorized 70% RB5 and 64% RB171 followed by Fusarium sporotrichioides and Aspergillus flavus. All conditions used were important for dye decolorizing activity of this crude laccase enzyme. The optimum pH of decolorization was tested at 30 C and it was around 3.0. This activity was highly reduced at pH 4.55.0. This crude laccase could also decolorize the mixed dyes (Reactive Black 5 and Reactive Blue 171) and synthetic wastewaters. Rapid and high textile dye decolourization through the selection of appropriate conditions could facilitate the development of more economical and environmentally friendly processes.
Demystifying Credit Rating published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Geetika Jaggi The paper intends to provide view about the concept of credit rating, rating terminologies, how rating action is initiated in the form of rating process and how ratings are assigned. The paper also covers the role of rating agency and the concerns particularly in India and recommendation to improve the efficacy of CRAs in India.
Educate the Parents to Educate the future of India published in

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Deepa Awasthi Along with other factors education level of parents also influence the academic performance and life skill development of child. Different studies proved that parents who are educated up to degree level are able to motivate their child in better way as compared to parents who not well educated. Education level of parents decides many factors such as socio-economic status of family, availability of resources, involvement of parents with children, attitude of family toward education, relationship of child among family and in their social group, quality of schooling and behavioural development etc. These factors directly or indirectly impact child learning and their growthEducational activities of parents such as reading, writing, visiting museums and libraries, collecting books etc.adds learning experiences of child. These experiences act as a motivational force for child which leads to better performance. Highly educated parents have ability to utilise the resources in better way for child wellbeing. It is observed that child whose parents are not well educated, develops behavioural problems and addiction to alcohol, drugs and tobacco etc. Such types of children are generally develops introvert personality and have more chances of being attracted toward crime. A clear policy is required from Government to enhance the educational level of parents which will ultimately have positive effect on literacy percentage of nation.
Opportunities of Base of the Pyramid from the Perspective of Resources and Capabilities published in

Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management

Published by Scitech Research Organisation
Jos G. Vargas-Hernndez, Yozimar Abel Garca Gonzlez. This paper addresses the issue of the Base of the pyramid (BOP) from the perspective of resources and capabilities, analyzing the best strategies to enter the market, making appropriate use of internal resources, which is the main determinant of innovation and organizational capabilities with which have good results, and success stories of Mexican companies were analyzed.
Studies of Additive Properties of Salicylic Acid in Different Solvent By Refractometrically published in

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Y. K. Meshram, Miss. Jyoti. M. Laghe, S. R. Ingle Refractive index, molar refractivity and molar polarizability constant of heterocyclic compound such as Salicylic acid have been studied in Ethanol, Methanol, Acetone, DMF, DMSO, and THF media at 303 K 0.10 C temperature and different concentration (0.625x 10-3 to 10.0x 10-3 M). The values of molar refraction (Rm) and molar polarizability (?) constant are found to be decreased with decreasing concentration of solute in solvent. Viscosity coefficient (A, B) evaluate by using jone
COMPUTATION THE HARTREE-FOCK ENERGY OF GROUND STATE FOR BORON ATOM AND ISO ELECTRONIC SERIES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Qassim Shamkhi AL-Khafaji Partition method have been used to calculate the Hartree-Fock energy of ground state for Boron atom and like ions such as C+1 and N+2 in addition to study some important atomic properties using Hartree Fock approximation in position space. Finally all the studied properties are calculated using atomic units.
Teaching and Learning of English Language by the French University Students In Porto-Novo, Benin Republic published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Yekeen Bello (Ph.D.) , M.O. Ogundele (Ph.D) , F.M. Agboola , E. I. Akande The focus of this study was to investigate the impediments to the effective teaching and learning of English language by the French University Students in Porto Novo, the Republic of Benin. The study adopted survey research type. The findings revealed that environment and background of the students constituted major hindrance for effective teaching and learning of English. Other problems include lack of qualified English teachers as well as bad method of teaching coupled with mother- tongue interference, while governmental and parental factors were regarded as purely being influenced by French colonial masters policy of Assimilation theory. Based on the findings and conclusion, it was recommended that the government of Francophone countries need to integrate themselves with other countries of the world that use English language since the language is globally accepted as the world language. More experienced and qualified English teachers should be employed, and more English lesson periods be put on schools time table. Encouragement of Anglo-francophone students interactions via excursions be effected to enhance the understanding of English / French intelligibility across boundaries.
DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF SUPER HETEROJUNCTION FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS BASED ON GAN USING THE POLARIZATION JUNCTION CONCEPT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Asad Suhail Farooqi*, Sharfa Jahangir In GaN Based Super Hetreojunction Field Effect Transistors a 2 Dimensional Hole Gas (DHG) is formed in addition to the 2 Dimensional Electron Gas. The positive and negative charges due to the polarization nullify each other resulting in a flat electric field which enhances the characteristic of the device. The device is a depletion mode device with a threshold of - 3V. The I ON /I OFF of the device is 10 6 .
Water Deficit Stress Induced Changes In Metabolic Organic Compounds in Chickpea Grains published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Chandana Jain, Pratima Jain The aim of the present study was to quantify the extent of changes in the concentration of different metabolic organic compounds in chickpea grains under extreme moisture stress and non stress so that nutritional quality can be defined. Chemical composition of grain protein, carbohydrate, starch, soluble sugars contents in chickpea samples were estimated under water stress to non-stress environments. Results indicated that a higher amount of grain protein, carbohydrate and soluble sugars were found however starch content decreased under moisture stress environment. Average protein increased by 5.04%, carbohydrate 3.68% and soluble sugars 21.44% over non stress content value. Moisture stress induced reduction in starch. It was found that starch reduced by 4.73% in water deficit stress.
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.
Estimation of the Type and Quantity of Sugar in Milk published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ajit V Pandya, Dhigesh Joshi, Sheban Vora and Ajay Vishwakarma Sugar/Carbohydrate is widely present in all the living substances hence it is called the staff of life. It is present as a storage form in all the fruits, vegetables in its various forms and quantities. It was determined through a series of experiments performed on a selected sample of cow milk as the research material and the results revealed that it contained mainly one sugar: Lactose. The lactose gives milk its sweet taste and contributes approximately 40% of whole cow's milk's calories. Lactose is a disaccharide composite of two simple sugars, glucose and galactose. The quantity of sugar was estimated to the value of 4.7 gm in 100gm of milk. The values obtained are within the range. Milk contains Lactose, Casein protein, fat and fat soluble vitamins. Under certain conditions, the sugar content of the milk may vary such as degree of freshness and contamination of milk, type of animal from which the milk is obtained, time of milching the cow or any other animal and the methods used during milching It is recommended to consume milk regularly and in large quantities in order to fulfill the nutritional requirements of the body.
SYNTHESIS OF NEW HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS DERIVED FROM 3-CHLOROBENZO[B]THIOPHENE-2-CARBONYL CHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Abdul Jabar Kh. Atia., 2*Mohammed F. Al-Marjani and 1Muayad A. Qaban this work twenty-three compounds derived from cinnamic acid were synthesized. Acid chloride(C1) was synthesized by the reaction of cinnamic acid and thionyl chloride . Carbohydrazide (C2) was obtained by the reaction of 3-Chlorobenzo[b]thiophene-2-carbonyl chloride (C1)with hydrazine hydrate. Compound(C2) undergoes the character condensation reaction with different aromatic aldehyde in absolute ethanol gave the Schiff?s bases (C3-C6) . Treating a phenylacetic acid in triethylamine with Schiff?s bases (C3-C6) in the presence of SOCl2 to form the appropriate ?-lactams (C8-C10). Reaction of compound (C1) with glycine in sodium hydroxide solution gave acid (C11). Oxazole derivatives was synthesized by the reaction of (C11) with different aromatic aldehyde in acetic acid and acetic anhydride gave (C12,C13). Imidazole derivatives was synthesized by the reaction of hydrazine hydrate in dry benzene with different oxazole derivatives to give (C14,C15).Compounds (C14,C15) undergoes the character condensation reaction with different aromatic aldehyde in absolute ethanol gave Schiff?s bases (C16-C19) . Reaction of imine derivatives (C16-C19) with phenylacetic acid in the presence of SOCl2 to form the anther appropriate ?-lactams (C20-C23 ) . The product compounds was characterized by FTIR , U.V and 1HNMR spectrum.
THE IMPACT OF ACCOUNTING CONVERGENCE IN THE DISCLOSURE OF DERIVATIVES OF BRAZILIAN COMPANIES. published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Franciele Peixoto, Rodrigo Fernandes Malaquias The complexity and the risks involved in derivative financial instruments and their proper disclosure are very important to show the financial and economic situation of companies that use them. In this context, this work was carried out to analyze the overall level of disclosure that the Brazilians joint-stock companies provide in their financial reporting, more specifically, we analyzed the impact of accounting convergence in the level of disclosure. The sample involved 21 companies listed on BOVESPA, between 2005 and 2010, and analyzed their notes to financial statement because these notes included quantitative and qualitative information about the derivative operations. The disclosure was measured according to the instrument developed by Daros and Borba (2005), which has seven items. Each of these items was evaluated based on a scale ranging from grades 0, 1 and 2. The increase was noticed as considerable in the disclosure of derivatives, possibly because of changes in accounting standards in Brazil, but companies continued to fail to provide, in a complete, all information required by the instrument of data collection used.
RP-HPLC ASSAY METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF BECLOMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE IN METERED DOSE INHALER- A RESEARCH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sangita B. Gavitre*, Dr. Ashok P. Pingle, Nanasaheb R. Kale, Javed A. Mirza. RP-HPLC assay method developed and validated for Beclomethasone Dipropionate in metered dose inhaler (MDI) using Testosterone propionate as an internal standard. This drug was submitted to accelerated degradation studies under acidic, alkaline and oxidation conditions, exposure to light. The separation of Beclomethasone Dipropionate was achieved on Waters Spherisorb ODS-1 column (100 x 4.6 mm, i. d. 5 ?m particle size) with an isocratic mobile phase containing methanol and water (70:30, v/v). The flow rate was 2.0 mL min-1, injection volume 20?l and detection wavelength was set at 239 nm, at 50 C. The validation of the proposed method was carried out for specificity, linearity, accuracy, precision, and system suitability test as per ICH guideline. The retention time of Beclomethasone Dipropionate found to be 1.8 min. calibration graph was found to be linear at range 0.15- 2.25 ?g/ml. The regression coefficient (r2) was found to be 0.999., the proposed method was found to be rapid and stability-indicating with adequate specificity, precision, accuracy, Ruggedness and robustness and hence be suitable for the routine analysis of Beclomethasone dipropionate in Meter dose inhalation and in bulk.
Isolation and biochemical characterization of industrially applicable bacteria from the eastern coast of Chilika lake published in

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Dr. Bhaskar Behera, Rajesh Ku. Meher, Namita Nayak, Samarpita Sethy Microbes isolation and characterization helps us to study microbial diversity as well as for bio prospectus utilization from different environmental source so our current aim to isolation and characterization the bacteria from the eastern coast of Chilika lake which is a most famous hotspot for both prokaryotic as well as eukaryotic organism. For this purpose we took lake sediment and isolate bacteria and performed pure culture and finally biochemically characterized by growing in different substrate contain medium.
Assessment of the drug knowledge of patients visiting medical stores in Islamabad published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

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Muhammad Kamran Nawaz, Azhar Hussain, Shefaat Ullah Shah, Asif Iqbal and Raja Zafar Ishaque The objective of this study was to assess the drug knowledge of patients visiting medical stores in Islamabad. A basic cross sectional study was carried out in Islamabad in patients visiting the medical stores. Sixty two medical stores were selected by systematic random sampling at 95% CI. One hundred twenty four patients were selected conveniently i.e. 2 patients from each medical store. For data collection a structured questionnaire was used. The data analysis was done by using 16th version of SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences), and the tests applied for data analysis were Mann-Whitney test and Kruskal Wallis.
Information Technology in Financial Inclusion published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.S.Rajamohan, Mrs.K.Subha Technology has become the driving force of change in the modern world. Financial inclusion initiative primarily aims to deliver financial services to all the people in a fair, transparent and equitable manner at an affordable cost, making latest technologies available in these areas are also one of the prerequisites for overall development of our country. Technology has not only changed the way we communicate, but has also altered our economic structures. This paper focuses on role of technology in financial inclusion.
Zakat as an Instrument of Eradicating Poverty (Indonesian Case) published in

International Journal of Nusantara Islam

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Anton Athoillah This paper describes more clearly about the charity as an instrument of poverty alleviation. Said to be more pronounced because zakat is not only described from the aspect of Islamic law, but also from the aspect of Islamic Economics. Starting from the idea of a content analysis of two professors of Economic Development, Prahalad and Yuyun Wirasasmita, this paper reveals the fundamental aspects of the causes of poverty, namely culture, alienation and exploitation. In this paper, the charity manages to pack in a comprehensive manner to a complementary instrument, whether Islamic law, and even Islamic Economics. Among the novelties in this paper is a substantive interpretation of zakat which is connected with the theory of economic development, dikomaparasikan with tax and economic-mathematical analysis to find a charity to further its position in the study of economics. As for other things that were outlined in this paper is the normative aspects of zakat, as where dieksplisitkan, as an instrument of poverty alleviation for various sectors, as seen from its usability goals.
تقويم الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية الواردة في كتب التربية الإسلامية لصفوف الحلقة الأولى في الأردن published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. أيمن محمد عمرو, د. فريال محمد أبو عواد هدفت هذه الدراسة إلى تقويم الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية الواردة في كتب التربية الإسلامية للصفوف الأول والثاني والثالث الأساسي في الأردن، فقد تم استخدام بطاقة تحليل للأنشطة التكوينية والختامية مكونة من تسعة مجالات رئيسية يتفرع عن كل مجال منها عدد من المستويات الفرعية، وقد بلغ عدد الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية التي تم تحليلها للصف الأول (240) نشاطاً، وللثاني (251) نشاطاً، وللثالث (136) نشاطاً. وقد أسفرت الدراسة عن عدد من النتائج، منها: أن النواتج التي ينميها النشاط كانت في غالبيتها تقع في المجالين المعرفي والمهاري، في حين كانت أقل النتاجات التي تنميها الأنشطة هي النواتج التي تقع في الجانب الوجداني الانفعالي، وكانت التعليمات مناسبة في غالبية الأنشطة، ومن حيث طبيعة النشاط فقد كانت غالبية الأنشطة يغلب عليها الطابع الفردي. وفيما يتعلق بتأثير اختلاف المستوى الصفي في الخصائص الفنية للأنشطة التكوينية والختامية فقد تبين استقلالية توزيع التكرارات لمستويات جميع الجوانب باستثناء الجانب المتعلق بملاءمة النشاط لمستوى الصف، مما يشير إلى وجود ارتباط بين هذه الجوانب ومتغير الصف، وتوصي الدراسة بالاهتمام بتنويع مجالات الأنشطة والتركيز على المجال الانفعالي، وإيجاد أنشطة إبداعية وجديدة.
Case Report of Thyroid Storm with no precipitating Illness published in

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Dr D. Srinivasa Rao, Dr. T. V. S. R. Raghu, Dr. P. B. Prasanth Babu A 45 yr old female presented with delirium and shortness of breath of acute onset. She was a known hypertensive and on regular anti hypertensive medication. On examination Patient was febrile and having tachycardia, exopthalomos and swelling over front of the neck moving with deglutition.ECG was normal at the time admission except for sinus tachycardia. Laboratory evaluation revealed excess thyroid hormone levels and other causes of metabolic encephalopathy (Serum Electrolytes are normal, RBS are normoglycemic, Urea was Normal) have been ruled out. Patient was diagnosed as a case of Thyroid storm based on the scoring system.With high doses of Propylthiouracil patient responded well and recovered without any cardiac manifestations and patient was discharged with maintenance antithyroid drugs.
Performance and Workload of Operators in a Human - Telerebot System published in

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PROSPECTS OF THE USE OF WIRELESS ACCESS NETWORKS FOR IPTV SERVICES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gennadii Gennadyevich Miroshnikov The Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) services are becoming very popular among telecommunications companies most of all because they can provide television programs anytime and anywhere. IPTV is based on protocol IP and supports such features, as bandwidth efficiency and simple management. IPTV can support broadcast and unicast services, such as Broadcasting of TV channels, Video On Demand or Time-Shifted Television. In meantime some of wireless technologies (LTE, WiMAX) are capable of providing high bandwidths and low latencies. It makes them suitable for delivering multimedia services. Besides, some of them also can provide wide area coverage, mobility support, and non-line-of-sight operation. Thats why broadband wireless technologies could be a promising solution for delivering IPTV services anytime anywhere, especially to countryside areas or remote locations. This article describes the various requirements for broadband wireless technologies, which are essential for the provision of IPTV services.
ASSESSMENT OF DENTAL ANATOMY CARVING FOR UNDERGRADUATES IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED LEARNING VS. CONVENTIONAL LEARNING METHOD published in

International Educational Scientific Research Journal

Published by International Educational Scientific Research Journal
Dr. RanaAl-Haj Hussain, * Dr. med. dent. Aous Dannan Aim: Computer-assisted learning (CAL)has the potential to supplement faculty instruction, especially when there is a need for repeated demonstration of technique. The aim of this study was to test the superiority of CAL over traditional laboratory instruction in the area of dental anatomy wax carving for undergraduates. Methods: Eighty undergraduate students from the first year at the Faculty of Dentistry / Syrian Private University (SPU) were subjected to 2 lectures with two different methods (conventional learning vs. CAL) explaining wax carving of upper and lower right canines. All students were asked to carve an upper and a lower right canine using the dental wax block. Clinical supervisors evaluated the student's work using a scale from 0 to 5. Independent T-Test as well as paired sample T-Test were used to compare 2 samples evaluated for both conventional and computerassisted methods. Results: There were significant differences in evaluation records of upper canine carving between conventional and CAL methods, and those differences were more adhered to the CAL. No significant differences in evaluation records of lower canine carving between conventional and CAL methods were found. Combined together, no significant differences in evaluation records of both upper and lower canines' carving between conventional and CAL methods were found. Conclusion: CAL showed no significant superiority over conventional learning in terms of wax carving course for undergraduates. However, CAL could be successfully used as a complement to the traditional educational systems in preclinical course of tooth anatomy wax carving.
Randomised comparative study of Fentanyl versus Butorphanol on recovery characteristics and analgesic efficacy under total intravenous anaesthesia for laparoscopic cholecystectomy. published in

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Dr. P. Harish Gautam Da, Dr. B. S. Subrahmanyam Background: The study aimed to compare the analgesic efficacy and recovery characteristics of Fentanyl and Butorphanol under TIVA (Total Intravenous Anesthesia) for laparoscopic cholecystectomy and find out the better analgesic along with Propofol. Patients and methods: Seventy two patients of ASA grade I and II of either sex in the age group of 20-60 years undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy were allocated to one of the two groups of 36 each. Group I received Inj. Fentanyl in the doses of 2 g/kg while patients in group II received Butorphanol in doses of 25g/kg. All the patients were induced with Inj. propofol 2 g/kg and intubated with 100 g/kg Vecuronium. Anaesthesia was maintained by Oxygen, Nitrous oxide and Propofol. Intra-operative hemodynamic parameters (HR, MAP) were noted. Recovery time, post operative sedation, duration of analgesia using visual analogue pain score and post operative complications were noted. Results were compared among the groups using the unpaired t test and chi square test. In all cases, p < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: Demographic characteristics as well as duration of surgery, baseline pulse rate, systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure were comparable in both the groups. Intraoperative and post operative hemodynamics in butorphanol group were more stable when compared to Fentanyl group. All the patients in butorphanol group were sedated but arousable and had analgesia for 3 hours post operatively while in case of Fentanyl group, patients required rescue analgesia within 30 minutes after extubation and patients were not sedated. No significant intra operative complication was observed in both the groups. The incidence of nausea and vomiting was slightly more in butorphanol group. No incidence of respiratory depression was noted in both the groups. Conclusion: Both Butorphanol and Fentanyl are cardio stable. Less haemodynamic variations are observed in the Butorphanol group. Recovery time in Butorphanol group was more (5.86 min) when compared to that in Fentanyl group (3.33 min) which is not clinically significant. Post operative sedation and analgesia remained for longer duration in Butorphanol group. Thus we can conclude that butorphanol is better alternative to Fentanyl in terms of haemodynamic stability and prolonged analgesia.
REVIEW PAPER ON DATABASE SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN LOCAL AND SERVER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rajni Jindal* The basic objective of this paper is provide an algorithm to solve the problem , when all clients are relying on a single server. Due to planned server downtime or from server failures the database becomes unavailable; all of the remote workers will be disconnected from their data. Data is stored on their system (user system). When the user connected to the internet data automatically sink from their client system to the server in serial order and it also works on file handling. When the system is disconnected from the network all the files (images) uploaded by user, saved on the client machine folder when it is again connected to the server, automatically files (images) transferred from client to server.
Adverse Possession in Context of Native Americans published in

American Research Journal of History and Culture

Published by American Research Journals
Clifford Fisher,Thomas Fisher This paper discusses the issue of Native American tribes claiming ownership of certain tracts of land, citing their historical ownership of those areas, even though individuals, businesses, and government have claimed ownership to the land. This paper will discuss the doctrine of adverse possession and will demonstrate that many lands occupied by individuals, businesses and government, actually belong to Native American tribes. The doctrine of adverse possession does not apply to the taking of government land, and since Native American tribes are sovereign governments, and thus, lands taken from Native Americans tribes, without treaties, or the sale by deed, are therefore lands still owned by the Native American tribes. After the Native Americans were pushed west of the Mississippi river by treaties with the United States, history suggests that the federal and state governments continued to appropriate their lands through warfare and coercion. As such, a situation has arisen in which arguably the lands that Native American tribes once owned by grants under treaties, may still belong to the tribes; and the residents and business entities on those lands cannot justify their claims of ownership under the law of adverse possession. There have been several lawsuits over the ownership of the areas claimed by Native American tribes resulting in considerable debate over the injustices done to the Native American tribes in past. Despite the efforts of the federal government to compensate for their wrong doings, there has been no clear consensus on what is to be done with the once Native American owned lands. Most of the governments measures to pay damages to the tribes have been in the form of monetary compensations in lieu of lands, or allowance of the Native American tribes to charge rental fees for usage of their land. Several businesses and states have contended that the laws awarding reparations to tribes are stringent and lopsided, thereby harming businesses and giving rise to issues such as maintenance of law and order and loss of tax revenues3.
STUDIES ON TEPHROSIA PURPUREA L. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SEED GERMINATION PHYSIOLOGY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rashmi Arnold *Seema Tiwari and R. M. Mishra The nature of much germination regulating mechanism in seeds lends itself to an interpretation in terms of survival value of species. There are always consistent efforts from farmers, researchers and scientists all over the world to produce good quality seeds. Earlier studies showed that seeds of Tephrosia purpurea are small oblong and very slightly compressed laterally. Each pod of the plant is 4.67 cm long and contains 4-6 such seeds. Present investigation was carried out to study seed dormancy and seed germination physiology of Tephrosia purpurea.
Impact of Colposcopy-Guided Treatment of Recurrent Genital Warts on Patient's Quality of Life. published in

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Anahita Nazempour,Neda asattarnejhad,Negar Yahyazade,Reza Mohammadian,Mohammad Asghari,Laaya Firozan,Ali Tarighatnia,Hasan Shahrokhi Introduction: Genital warts (GWs),due to association with increased cervical cancer risk and high recurrence rate,have deteriorating impacts on patient's quality of life (QOL). We investigated effects of colposcopy-guided cauterization of recurrent GWs on patient's QOL. Methods& Materials: Women who were referred to our clinic with recurrent GWs were included. Colposcopic impression of cervix were evaluated and pap smear and colposcopic biopsy (if applicable) were taken. Apparent GWs were cauterized using a silver nitrate (SN) pencil under direct visual inspection. A standard QOLquestionnaire (WHOQOL-BREF) were filled by each individual before and 6-month after treatment. Results: Finally, 169 women with recurrent GWs and mean age of 35.788.82 years were included. Majority (90.5%) of cases hadn't previous history of GWs before last 6 months. Mean scores of QOL questionnaires in all assessed domains had improved considerably, after a 6-month follow up (P<0.001). No significant SN-related side effect was reported. No recurrence was detected during follow up period. Conclusion:Cauterization of recurrent GWs, using SN pencils, by direct visual inspection improved patient's QOL, remarkably. Reducing treatment duration and number of visits, decreasing recurrence rate and cost of treatment can be the main factors of this finding.
Relationship of Selected Physical, Physiological and Anthropometric Variables with Playing Ability Among Boys Mini National Volleyballers published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N. Senthilkumar, Dr. R. Desingu Rajan The aim of the study was to determine the Relationship of selected physical, physiological and anthropometric variables with playing ability among boys mini national volleyballers. Volleyball is a game of applied athletics and it requires well proportionate physique and great amount of physical fitness level. To achieve the objectives of the study two Physical fitness variables, two physiological variables and two anthropometric variables were included as independent variables and playing ability as dependent variable, which was assessed through subjective rating, by three experts, during the mini national Volleyball tournaments and the average was taken as criterion score. Forty five male Volleyball players, who had participated the mini national tournament in 2013-2014 seasons, were selected as subjects. Persons product moment correlation (zero order) was used as a statistical tool to find out the result and it revealed that the physical fitness variables of speed, agility, physiological variables of resting pulse rate, respiratory rate and anthropometrics variables of height, weight, were having significant relationship with Volleyball performance.
Network Security Analysis Based on Authentication Techniques? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Anupriya Shrivastava, M A Rizvi? Network Security issues are now becoming important as society is moving to digital information age. Data security is the utmost critical component in ensuring safe transmission of information through the internet. It comprises authorization of access to information in a network, controlled by the network administrator. The task of Network security not only requires ensuring the security of end systems but of the entire network. Authentication is one of the primary and most commonly ways of ascertaining and ensuring security in the network. In this paper, an attempt has been made to analyze the various authentication techniques such as Knowledge-based, Token-based and Biometric-based etc. Furthermore, we consider multi-factor authentications by choosing a combination of above techniques and try to compare them.
Adsorption of Water Heavy Metals onto Natural Clay published in

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Shaymaa M. A. Hamdy Extensive endeavors are mandatory to economically remove the heavy metals from contaminated water, among viable options the natural clay. Adsorption capacity of clay materials towards adsorption of heavy metals sequences are greatly influenced by operating conditions. In these study competitive adsorptions of heavy metals ions (Zn and Pb) on natural clay was investigated in order to understand the influence of initial pH on the clay adsorption capacity of heavy metals. Batch adsorption experiments were performed at six different pH values (4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9) with 10g of clay for each value. The results indicate that the best removal was obtained at pH 5. In another experiments the clay weight was changed to six values (4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14) in each value the pH adjusted to 5 . The best removal obtained at clay weight 8g and stayed equal for (10,12 and 14 )g had the lowest concentration of Zn, but in Pb all clays treatments was free from Pb.
Decolorization of Textile Dye- Malachite Green published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Jitender Kumar The microbial decolorization of dyes has been of considerable interest biological treatment of the wastewater containing dyes. The bacterial isolate, Bacillus sp. was isolated from the textile effluent sample. Different parameters such as various carbon source, nitrogen source, temperature, pH were optimized for decolorization of Malachite green by using bacterial isolates. Bacillus sp. showed maximum dye decolorization of about 86% at 30-°C and pH 7 after 8 days of incubation. Maximum decolourization of malachite green (75.80%) was observed when urea was used as nitrogen source. High decolorization extent showed the potential of the bacterial strain to be used in the decolourization of malachite green dye. Dr. Jitender Kumar "Decolorization of Textile Dye- Malachite Green" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2435.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/analytical-chemistry/2435/decolorization-of-textile-dye--malachite-green/dr-jitender-kumar-
Potential Energy Expectation Value for Lithium Excited State (1s2s3s) published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Khalil H. Al-Bayati * Nasma G. Hussein* Ban H. Adel* The purpose of the present work is to calculate the expectation value of potential energy for different spin states (??? ? ???,??? ? ???) and compared it with spin states (??? , ??? ) for lithium excited state (1s2s3s) and Li- like ions (Be+,B+2) using Hartree-Fock wave function by partitioning techanique .The result of inter particle expectation value shows linear behaviour with atomic number and for each atom and ion the shows the trend ??? < ??? < ??? < ??? .
Study and Application of Watershed Management Techniques for Self Reliant Village (KHOR BASIN) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vishal Karad | Ravindra Bade | Vinod Khade | Shradha Ghorpade | Geetanjali Gajbhar | Ganga Abitkar | Mr. Sunil Deshpande | Mr. Vinayak B. Kale Land, water and vegetation are the three basic resources of the life support system. The effective conservation and management of land, water and vegetation resources aimed at obtaining optimum and sustained return from these resources without degrading them can be achieved by adopting watershed as basic unit of development. Watershed being a natural hydrological entity, it responds most effectively to various engineering, biological and cultural treatments. Monitoring of runoff and silt at the outlet of the watershed can help assess the impact of various treatments aimed at conserving soil and water, and protecting vegetation. Vishal Karad | Ravindra Bade | Vinod Khade | Shradha Ghorpade | Geetanjali Gajbhar | Ganga Abitkar | Mr. Sunil Deshpande | Mr. Vinayak B. Kale"Study and Application of Watershed Management Techniques for Self Reliant Village (KHOR BASIN)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12769.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/12769/study-and-application-of-watershed-management-techniques-for-self-reliant-village-khor-basin/vishal-karad
Antioxidant Effect of Vitamin A & E on Heavy Metal (Cd) Induced Renal, Testicular as Well as Hepatic Injury in Male Albino Mice published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Rajesh Ku. Meher, Namita Nayak, Bhaskar Behera Heavy metal toxicity is world threatening problem for human as well as other organism. Heavy metal is widely distributed in environment and some of them occur in food, water, air. Exposure of heavy metal induced oxidative stress and renal and testicular as well as hepatic injury were evaluated in male mice. Present study is desired to find out whether vitamin A & E is able to protect the heavy metal (Cd) stress injury to kidney, liver, testicular abnormality. For these purpose 15 numbers of male albino mice were taken and acclimatization on laboratory condition for about 15 days. 15 mice were divided in to 3 different group each group contain 5 mice first group served as control and was given only distilled water, the second group received distilled water supplemented with Cd 10mg per Kg body weight, third group received distilled water supplemented with 10 mg Cd/kg body weight with Vitamin Cd/kg per day for 90 days. Tissue were collected from both control and treated animals and studied. Mice exposure to Cd show histopathological changes in the liver, kidney, testis but not in Cd supplemented with vitamin A & E
A Macro Stress Testing Framework for Assessing Financial Stability: Evidence from Malaysia published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
John Taskinsoy The main results of the macro stress testing exercise in this paper reveal that Malaysia’s banking sector is resilient, well diversified, and highly interconnected. Further, Malaysia has a thriving equity market, large bond market and growing private debt securities. Main results of the baseline scenario suggest a modest change in capital ratios; the post-stress test CAR and Tier 1 capital ratio are -1.64% and -1.38% respectively. The impact of all fundamental shocks on capital ratios under both adverse and severely adverse scenarios is significant. The aggregate capital shortfall in the form of needed capital injection (i.e. cost to the government from failed banks) under adverse scenario is 1.55% of the GDP (or $4.59 billion based on 2015 GDP of $296.22 billion). The capitalization needs became more severe in the severely adverse scenario, $10.52 billion (or 3.55% of 2015 GDP). The important conclusion of the macro stress testing is that no bank failed, faced a liquidation or suspension of license.
INNOVATION FOR INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGIONS OF BELARUS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Nina Bohdan; Svetlana Warhurst The article considers the theoretical problem of inclusive growth and its relevance to contemporary problems of regional socioeconomic development. Purpose: The theory of inclusive development is investigated, the value of inclusive innovation for regional development is determined and directions of innovation policy to ensure sustainable innovative development of regions of Belarus are proposed. Methodology: the article defines the rationale , the value, perspectives and features of inclusive growth for the formation of national and regional innovation systems in the countries of the former Soviet Union. This research is carried out on the basis of critical analysis of current economic literature, surveys, expert reports published by international organizations. National statistical data employed for investigation of regional innovation systems. Results. The outcome of this research proves that the issues of development of national and regional innovation systems are associated with of inclusive innovation and the development of learning capacity. The features of regional innovation development in Belarus are determined, new areas of innovation policy in the regions of Belarus are identified and opportunities for inclusive innovation in Belarus are revealed. Conclusions: Despite the high educational level of the population of Belarus, the development of policy of learning throughout the regions is vital for the formation of an innovative economy, uniform distribution of innovative activity in the regions. Belarus is characterized by a non-linear but system model of innovative development which could provide a more uniform innovative activity across country’s’ regions. The research highlights that, crucially, the involvement of small and medium-sized enterprises should be strongly encouraged for sustainable and innovative development of the regions at present stage of the development.
Intraoral Dermoid Cyst- A Rare Case Report published in

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Dr. V. Suresh, Dr. R. Sathya Narayanan, Dr. G. Suresh Kumar Dermoid cyst are usually a congenital origin and although they may present at birth, but they do not clinically evident until early adulthood. Although, a dermoid cyst may occur in head and neck region, the intraoral dermoid cyst are rare. Here we present a case of intraoral dermoid cyst in sublingual region, who underwent surgical excision.
IN SILICO AND IN VITRO ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY OF STIGMASTEROL ? -D-GLUCOSIDE ISOLATED FROM RHIZOMES OF HEDYCHIUM SPICATUM BUCH. HAM. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sravani T1, Padmaa M Paarakh*1, Shruthi SD2 Hedychium spicatum Buch. Ham. (Zingiberaceae), commonly known as spiked ginger lily, is found in the entire Himalayan region. The rhizomes are reported to be used as tranquilizer, hypotensive, antispasmodic, CNS depressant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antifungal, pediculicidal, cytotoxic and anthelmintic activities. The present study is an attempt to explore the anthelmintic activity of Stigmasterol ? D Glucoside isolated from the rhizomes of H.spicatum by molecular docking with tubulin and in vitro activity against adult Indian earthworms, Pheretima posthuma. The time taken for each worm for paralysis and death were determined. Stigmasterol ? D Glucoside binds very efficiently within the active pocket of tubulin which is better when compared to orientation of standard drug, Piperazine citrate. In vitro results correlated with the in silico studies. The time taken for paralysis and death with stigmasterol ? D glucoside at 40 mg/ml was comparable to standard Piperazine citrate.
Motivational factors influencing women to be the members of self-help groups published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
POONAMAND CHHAYA SHUKLA Self-help groups play a tremendous role in empowering women through providing an excellent platform to improve the self- confidence, leadership, communication skills, decision making capacity, social recognition, standard of living etc. The glorious side of the coin reflects that SHGs are very powerful tool for empowerment but the other side imbibes a lot of many constraints and threats which affect the sustainability, remunerativesness and suitability of SHG activities to the local conditions. There were total 8 SHG associated with College of Home Science, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, Uttarakhand with the strength of 90 members working therein. A purposive sampling technique was used with combination of deliberate random sampling for the selection of total sample. The data were collected personally through interview technique with the help of pre-structured questionnaire. All the groups were working at least since five and more years and contributed a lot to its members. Majority of members enjoyed decision making power in functioning of their SHG. They were not having membership of any group or organization before joining the self-help group. All the SHG members maintained attendance register and kept the records and were able to give their contribution regularly as well as make extra savings. The inspirational sources for joining SHG include NGOs, banks, friends, neighbours, university staff and students. Among these factors, university staff and students and other successful working SHG had been reported as major sources of inspiration. The major primary motivational factors to join self-help groups included desire to work independently, to spend time fruitfully, to be self-dependent and to improve financial condition of the family. Being the members of self-help groups, majority of respondents reported an increase in self-confidence, self esteem and participation in decision making, capacity building, improvement in psychological and social aspects.
Comparative study of two diagnostic methods of demodicosis in patients with acne and rosacea published in

Journal of General-Procedural Dermatology & Venereology Indonesia

Published by Universitas Indonesia
Anzhela Kravchenko Background: Demodicosis is a disease, caused by parasitisation of the opportunistic parasites from the acariasis group – Demodex mites. This article presents a comparative study of two methods (light microscopy of skin scrapings and confocal laser scanning in vivo microscopy) for identification of Demodex mites on the facial skin in acne and rosacea patients. The use of confocal laser scanning in vivo microscopy in dermatology today is considered as one of the most promising methods. Methods: A total of 90 subjects were included in the study, comprising 30 patients with acne and rosacea complicated by demodicosis, 30 patients with acne and rosacea not complicated by demodicosis, and 30 healthy volunteers. All patients were examined by scraping of the skin, eyebrow and/or eyelash epilation and confocal laser scanning in vivo microscopy. Results: The specificity of light microscopy of skin scrapings was 65.5%, while the specificity of confocal laser scanning in vivo microscopy for the diagnosis of demodicosis was 68.8%. Conclusion: The study showed advantages of confocal laser scanning in vivo microscopy compared to the traditional method of investigation.
Social Enterprenuership in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. A Rambabu, Prof K. Jayachandra Social entrepreneurship is the process of pursuing innovative solutions to social problems. More specifically, social entrepreneurs adopt a mission to create and sustain social value. They relentlessly pursue opportunities to serve this mission, while continuously adapting and learning. They draw upon appropriate thinking in both the business and nonprofit worlds and operate in all kinds of organizations Social Entrepreneurship by its nature is essentially only bound by the social mission and theory of change. The general perception of equating Social Entrepreneurship to starting Non-profit organizations probably arises out of the strong social missions that these organizations pursue. Although, it is not wholly inaccurate there are far many examples of for-profit sustainable revenue generating enterprises with a social value generating structure prompting us to re-think the traditional models and conceptualize new hybrid business model. Social entrepreneurs present user-friendly, understandable, and ethical ideas that engage widespread support in order to maximize the number of citizens that will stand up, seize their idea, and implement it.
An Exploration of an Academic Literacy Intervention in an Accounting Ia Course published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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GelynMusvosvi The throughput rate of students pursuing accounting degrees in South Africa is low compared to other business degrees. One of the reasons for this is bottlenecks students have in understanding accounting. Drawing on Joan Middendorf and Dave Paces (2004) Decoding the Disciplines (DtD) model, this paper explores the use of the process of DtD in resolving a bottleneck in Accounting. A bottleneck is an area of difficulty commonly experienced by students. The DtD process developed by Midderndorf and Pace aims to unblock a bottleneck through introducing students to the culture of thinking like a disciplinary expert in relation to a specific bottleneck. Thispaper examines how the author has used the DtD principle to clarify the bottleneck of the accounting equation in an attempt to enable students to understand the Accounting IA course.
Preparation of FeCl3 Catalytic Films Using Dip Dry Method for the Growth of Carbon Nanotubes published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
Mohan Lal 1*, Bharat Bhushan Sharma 2, Poornendu Chaturvedi 3, PikaJha 4, Jaswant Singh Rawat 5, C. Partap Kumar 6, 7. Catalytic films of FeCl3 were coated on Si using simple and highly scalable technique of dip drying of silicon in aqueous FeCl3 solution. The catalyst coated samples were pretreated at 850oC to reduce the deposited FeCl3 into iron nanoparticles. The size distribution of nanoparticles was found to be strongly dependent on initial concentration of FeCl3 in aqueous solution. The catalytic activity of nanoparticles was ascertained by growthof carbon nanotubes using Chemical Vapour Deposition. The C2H2was used as the carbon precursed along with the carrier gas of H2 and NH3 .Characterization of the grown CNT revealed the direct relationship between the catalytic concentration and the diameter of carbon nanotubes.
Thermal-Stability of Enzyme Activity and its Application in The Hydrolysis of Starchy Residue From Mandioca Processing published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Alberdan S. Santos, Nelson Rosa, Marcia Souza, Hellen K. Philippsen, Elaine Medeiros Natural occurring fungi have been investigated as producers of amylase degrading starchy residue from mandioca (Cassava) flour processing. A high degrading starch fungi strain was isolated and identified as Trichoderma reesei CFIBA001, and was capable to hydrolyze starchy residue completely (20 g l-1) in three days of incubation at 30oC and 160rpm. The amylase present in the crude extract showed high activity with thermal-stability over 3h at 60oC with pH 5.5. This is an important result for a fungus strain with the potentiality to use in the exploitation of the mandiocas residue discarded from mandioca flour manufactory to produce sugars that could be used in the bioetanol producing process.
Optical Coherence Tomography for the Identification of a Rare Case of Keratoconus in Albino Donor Cornea published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

Published by peertechz publications
Hossein Mostafa Elbadawy*, Alessandro Ruzza, Mohit Parekh, Davide Camposampiero, Marina De Rossi, Sandro Sbordone, Stefano Ferrari and Diego Ponzin Keratoconus (KC) is a corneal ectatic disorder characterized by irregular corneal surface elevation, interruptions in the Bowman’s layer, stromal thinning and degeneration [1-3]. Irregular astigmatism and myopia can cause severe visual impairment. Oculocutaneous albinism (OCA) is a group of inherited disorders of melanin biosynthesis characterized by a generalized reduction in pigmentation of hair, skin and eyes. The inheritance pattern of albinism is autosomal recessive. Mutations in the tyrosinase [TYR] gene on chromosome 11 q14-q21 are reportedly common in most cases of OCA. The inheritance patterns of keratoconus are more complex than albinism due to the involvement of environmental factors in the incidence of KC. The most studied gene involved in KC is VSX1 gene, which is also involved in other corneal dystrophies [4]. Clinical manifestations of albinism include various degrees of congenital nystagmus, hypopigmentation and refractive errors, however, the association of albinism, keratoconus and corneal vascularisation were not reported previously.
A Study on Enabling Rural People to Alleviate Poverty Through Women Empowerment Functioning in SHGs With Respect to Erode District published in

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Dr.V.Kavitha In India, the trickle down effects of macroeconomic policies have failed to resolve the problem of gender inequality. Women face gender barriers to access education health, employment etc. There are several reason for this: Among the poor , the poor women are most disadvantaged they are characterized by lack of education and access of resources, both of which is required to help them work their way out of poverty and for upward economic and social mobility. Today the SHG concept has assumed a significant role in the development of our country, particularly in poverty reduction. The Government, Banks and Non-Government Organisations can function as catalysts and play a pro-active role in mobilising and sustaining SHGs. The challenge is about how to link self-help groups to agricultural activities, which are of key importance for the livelihoods of small farm holders in India.
Evaluation for Pattern Matching and Analysis of Car's Number Plate Recognition using Template Matching published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Harish E.Khodke In this paper main aim is to focus on to pattern matching and analysis of image for vehicle’s number plate recognition using template matching. In this research work car images was tested by applying template matching algorithm and out of many images of vehicle’s number plate recognition done correctly. Some of images are wrong result due to distance, image size, angle of view, condition of weather or illumination condition etc. Pattern matching and analysis traffic monitoring system; border security system; signal system etc.
PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF SOME COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE STERILE WATER FOR INJECTION BRANDS IN NIGERIA. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Stanley E. Ukwueze1*, Constance G. Okpaleke 1 and Olusayo A. Shorinwa2 Sterile water for injection used in pharmaceutical and clinical practices are expected to comply with standard specifications. The purpose of this study was to conduct physicochemical and microbiological assessment of commercially available sterile water for injection found in Nigeria market. The physicochemical tests were carried out following standard procedures while the determination of microbiological contaminants of each sample was preceded by 48h incubation at 37oC using plate count agar method. The microbial contaminants were expressed as colony forming unit per millilitre (cfu/ml). Limulus Amoebocyte-lysate (LAL) test was used for pyrogen test to determine the presence of bacterial endotoxin. The results showed that almost all the samples analysed were within the acceptable limits of physicochemical parameters. The tests for bacterial endotoxin showed that the concentration of endotoxin in all the samples were within the acceptable concentration of ? 0.25 EU/mL. Sample E, however, did not conform to the local regulatory registration requirement as stipulated by NAFDAC. Although it passed the chemical and microbial tests, but, it fell short of the physical assessment test. In conclusion, the different brands of sterile water for injection analysed met the official specifications. These brands could thus be safely interchanged one in place of another in the reconstitution of pharmaceutical injectable products.
HRD In Financial Sector with Reference To KSFC published in

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Mrs. Sridevi G, Dr. M. J. Basavaraj The aspects of HR like knowledge, skills, creative abilities and talents play important role in deciding the efficiency and effectiveness of an organizations workforce. It is based on the belief that an investment in human beings is necessary and will invariably bring in substantial benefit to the organization in the long run. The success of the business depends mainly on the effective performance of the employees of the organization. HRD improves the utilization value of human resource of an organization. So it is necessary to link the achievements of the organization and the effective performance of the employees. Employees of an organization are helped motivated, acquire, develop and mould various aspects of human resource, contribute to the organizational, group, individual and social goals. For the present study which focuses exclusively on the dimensions of HRD a total of 300 employees were selected from KSFC. The study reveals some important dimensions of HRD Mechanisms (Training and Development, Performance Appraisal, Career Advancement and others).
Privatisation of Education- A Study in Kerala Context published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sindhu Krishnadas. T The education in Kerala is facing some crisis. The school curriculum failed to equip students with the skills necessary for a modern economy. In Kerala people shows an obsession to secure white collar jobs and reluctance to do manual work. Though the unemployment rates in Kerala are the highest in India, the states requirements for manual labour in occupations like farming, construction, quarrying, earthworks etc. are increasingly met by laborers from neighboring states. Educational institutions in Kerala still lay emphasis on traditional courses in arts and science subjects. Curricula were not adapted to the changing needs of the economy. The job markets in foreign countries are now seeking specialized labourers. Traditional pattern of education provided by the institutions of Kerala cannot meet the needs of these job markets. The failure of the public system of education to add new specializations to existing courses, as also to start new courses in emerging areas, has led to the migration of students to other states. The courses in fast growing areas like computer education travel and tourism, hotel management, foreign languages etc. are provided by private institutions in Kerala. In Kerala, social, religious and political organizations acted as pressure groups for the establishment of new institutions. But it has been criticized that the education system of Kerala lacks quality. The lack of proper investment is the main constraint for themodernization and diversification of the education sector. Private agencies played a major role in the expansion of the educational sector in Kerala. These institutions are liberally aided and supported by the government. The number of private aided schools and colleges outnumber the government- owned institutions. Now the government is sanctioning the private self- financing institutions. The paper tries to analyse the impact of privatization on the education of Kerala.
The Effects of Episodic Versus Continuous and Major Versus Mild Depression and Anxiety Symptoms on Pregnancy and Labour Complications published in

Archives of Depression and Anxiety

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Laura Schwartz, Angela Bowen*, and Nazeem Muhajarine Background: Depression occurs in approximately 20% of pregnant women, with up to 25% experiencing anxiety. Various pregnancy and labour complications have been associated with maternal mood problems. Methods: This population study of antenatal and early postpartum depression and maternal, child outcomes involved 649 women assessed three times: the second trimester, the third trimester, and in the early postpartum. Our objective was to determine the occurrence and outcomes on pregnancy and labour of major and mild depression. Results: Major depression in the second trimester was significantly associated with developing gestational diabetes and swelling/edema. Major depression that occurred continuously throughout pregnancy was significantly associated with induced labour and antenatal bleeding/abruption. Mild depression in the second trimester was significantly associated with antenatal bleeding/abruption and premature rupture of the membranes. Mild depression in the third trimester was associated with caesarean birth. Mild depression that occurred continuously throughout pregnancy was significantly associated with the use of vacuum/forceps or operative delivery. Conclusions: Our findings show that either episodic depression or mild depression can have significant negative impact on pregnancy and labour complications.
Cross-Section Study in Underground Coal Mining Association Between the Risks Identified by Workers and the Ones Established by the Companies. Boyac-Colombia 2014 published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Edith Mireya Mora Lozano, Miryam Esther Hernandez Rodr Iacute Guez, Cristian Duvan Hern Aacute Ndez Rodr Iacute Guez, Macedonio Hernandez Rodr Iacute Guez, Milciades Iba Ntilde Ez Pinilla, Marcela Varona Uribe Introduction.Underground coal mining in Colombia is a very important productive area with many employment opportunities for human capital. Nevertheless, pneumoconiosis, muscle skeletal and mental disorders, and accidents have increased; these problems tend to increase with the National Mining Plan projected for 2019 by the Ministry of Mines and Energy, being the most important industry in Latin America, intensifying the entry of new technologies, number of workers and as a consequence labor risks. Objectives.To determine the association between risks identified by workers and the ones established by the companies affiliated to ARL POSITIVA occupational risks administrator in the preventive medicine and labor, hygiene, industrial safety subprograms and characterize the activities of preventive, labor, hygiene and industrial safety medicine subprograms implemented in the companies. Materials and methods. A cross-section study was carried out, 232 workers from 18 companies classified by size participated, the sample was statistically stratified by conglomerates. Results.The associations were significant by: town Samac, small companies, age/years 40-49,9, men, married, socio economic level two, education level primary completed. Slightly superior fulfillment of the legal system and in the identification and knowledge of poor risk. Conclusions.It was found that the risks identified by the workers and established by the companies are very few and that the valid laws are barely fulfilled.
Designing of Lab View Based Electrical Capacitance Tomography System for the Imaging of Bone Using NI ELVIS and NI USB DAQ 6009 published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
Bify Baby Abraham and G. Anitha Electrical Capacitance Tomography (ECT) is a method for the determination of the dielectric permittivity in the interior of the object based on exterior capacitance measurements. The principle is based on inter-electrode capacitance measurements which are done by placing electrodes around the dielectric medium which is generally made of PVC and the medium that is to be imaged is placed inside this PVC cylinder. As we know capacitance varies with respect to dielectric permittivity, area of the plates and distance between the plates. In this technique area and distance between the electrodes are kept constant, so the only parameter that influences the capacitance detected is the dielectric permittivity of the medium inside there by making this technique a suitable method for distinguishing substances of differing dielectric properties. . This technique has got several advantages such as low cost, rapid response, high robustness and no radiation hazard. Till now it is used in Oil Industries for detecting bubbles in the oil flow based on the difference in their dielectric permittivity. The aim of this paper is to apply this technique in medical application by modeling an ECT system that can be used for imaging of the bone, as human tissues shows a change in the dielectric properties, which will thereby open a new path in the field of medical imaging. The entire technique is implemented with the help of LabVIEW. Results obtained shows that this technique can be used for the imaging of bone.
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.
Implementation of Real-Time Taxi Ride Sharing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nikit Sonule | Prof. M.S. Khatib | Prof. Farhenna Shaikh This Project is designed to create a Real-time taxi ride Sharing Application. It works by accepting a real-time ride requests from the passengers sent through smartphones and schedules proper taxis to pick them up via ridesharing. The monetary constraints of the application are to provide benefits for both passengers and taxi drivers, passengers pay less amount compared with no ridesharing and get compensated if their travel time is lengthened due to ridesharing, taxi drivers will make money for all the detour distance due to ridesharing. This paper gives an overview of the taxi-sharing service, key algorithms for dynamic rideshare matching processes. It uses a special request called as seek and offer request, through which a rider can seek the request send by the driver and the driver can offer the request to the riders or passengers and depend upon the distance the cost is calculated, when a particular rider or passenger reaches to a destination. It introduces the concept of seeking and offering the ride request. Nikit Sonule | Prof. M.S. Khatib | Prof. Farhenna Shaikh"Implementation of Real-Time Taxi Ride Sharing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11171.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11171/implementation-of-real-time-taxi-ride-sharing/nikit-sonule
Climate and Urban Design Responsive Modern Architecture in Existing Setting published in

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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.
Evaluation of serum calcium and zinc in preeclamptic patients a case control study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Bandana Kumari, Dr. Sangita Pankaj Preeclampsia being one of the major causes of maternal mortality and pregnancy related complication is a matter of intensive research in this field. Main aim of the study was to evaluate and compare serum calcium and zinc in preeclamptic and normal pregnant women. This was a case control study done in the department of Biochemistry at IGIMS Patna, Bihar, India. 50 patients of preeclampsia as case and 50 normal pregnant women of matched age were taken as control. Calcium and zinc levels were measured in the serum of the participants which showed significantly lower level in study group than control group. This study concludes that decreased serum calcium and zinc in pregnant women may be a risk factor for the development of preeclampsia. Therefore, early estimation of serum level of these minerals during antenatal visit and their supplementation if needed may decrease the incidence of preeclampsia.
Direct and Indirect Effects of Independents Variables on Return on the Total Assets of Composite Cotton Sector-An Analytical Study in Indian Textile Companies published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
A. Dharmaraj and Dr.S. Sivakumar Textile industries in India are playing a vital role in the economy of the country. In recent years, it has also become an important factor for employment. It has made a remarkable impact in the economic growth of the nation through its growth and development in the past few years. This paper presents an analytical study of Indian textile industries. The direct and indirect impacts of independents variables on return on the total assets of composite cotton sector have been thoroughly analyzed. This study mainly focuses on the financial impact of the selected industries. This investigation gives a overall financial performance of the Indian textile industries.
Determinants of Bio Cultural Vulnerability and Health Care Fallacies Among Two Major Ethnic Group Inhabitants of Eastern Uttar Pradesh published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vineet Kumar Verma, A. K. Kapoor Indias achievements in the field of rural health care delivery have been less than satisfactory and that burden of diseases among the rural Indian population remains high. The present study is to understand the determinants of bio-cultural vulnerability and their emerging threat among Rajput and Sonar of eastern Uttar Pradesh State. This study is attempts to deal with aspects that have a bearing on the health status and health care system particularly of the two dominate caste groups i.e. Rajput and Sonar. The so called determinants of health are medicinal practices, perception about health and new health care interventions - play a crucial role in the health status of the both caste group. The present study looks into the factors relating to health care services among Sonar and Rajput of eastern U.P, but it is a matter of fact that the better health achievements of the State are not truly reflected in all sections of population
A STUDY ON PLIGHT OF STREET CHILDREN IN INDIA: AN IGNORED TRAGEDY published in

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Dr. K. V. Ravi Kumar The aim of this study to investigate the problems that are facing by children who are lived in the streets in India. The street children of today can be the guerillas and terrorists of tomorrow. Millions of street children suffering from hunger, homelessness and poverty around the world. In the developing country like India, most of the street children live and work amidst trash, animals and open sewers etc., The harsh living conditions and the illiteracy seems to increase the irresponsibility of parents to take care for their children with regard to health and development, so that the parents driven out their children to the streets. The street children are becoming most vulnerable to many dangers such as chronic diseases and abuses in the society. There is a research gap existed to route-out the welfare conditions of the street children, and therefore, my paper is highlight on the problems that are facing by the street children in India.
ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS FOR RECOVERY: a proposal flowchart and layout for an educational institution published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Graciela Dias Coelho Jones, Vanessa Ramos Silva, Kellen Silva Freitas Delinquency in educational institutions has increased each year. The implementation and enforcement of a charging policy can help reduce the amount of accounts receivable. So the question that guided this study was: How is managing the collection process in a private school and what the critical points made by this process? This study aims to analyze the management of the billing process of a private school located in a large city of Minas Gerais State. Additionally, it proposes a new flowchart for the process of charging and changes to the layout of the financial institution. The methodology used for the development of the work was the Case Study. As a result it was found that managing the process of collecting the institution has some shortcomings, discussed during the presentation of the case study. With the proposed new flowchart for the process of recovery and changes in the layout of the finance department, expected great benefits for the development of activities and also to the results of operations and may be highlighted, among others: optimization of recovery, reducing the cost of wages, guaranteed lower rates of delinquency, improving the quality of activities and better distribution of physical space. We stress the importance of process mapping through the use of flowcharts for process management. Through the flowchart, the observation and analysis of critical points become more dynamic and gain speed, helping the continuous process control and process evaluation study. As for the physical space has to consider that a good layout contributes to the efficiency of operations of organizations, facilitating movement, communication and control of the activities performed by employees by managers.
The state of unpreparedness published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

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

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Feruza Bozarova In this article some aspects of the category of the sublime in the aesthetics of Immanuel Kant are considered. Modern aesthetic thought pays great attention to the analysis and criticism of the basic categories of aesthetics. This is required for a new modern understanding of the skills and abilities to creative artistic perception of reality and art.
Quality-differentiated Auditors, Block-holders and Monitoring Mechanisms published in

Indian-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (IPJAF)

Published by OMJP Alpha Publishing
Rachael Oluyemisi Arowolo Ayoib Che Ahmad Many companies are closing down after the global economic melt-down of 2008 that involved ERON. The biggest problem for such business failures as identified by practitioners and academicians is information asymmetry existing in the relationship of the managements with the shareholders. This study seeks to investigate how monitoring mechanisms influence the block-holders in 111 Nigerian non-financial listed companies to resolve this problem. The study also investigates the mediating effect of the quality-differentiated auditors on the relationship between block-holders and monitoring mechanisms. The investigation adopted quantitative analysis using Stata to test related hypotheses. The findings indicate that the block-holders significantly influence monitoring mechanisms. The results also reveal that quality-differentiated auditors positively affect monitoring mechanisms and that it significantly explains the relationship between block-holders and monitoring mechanisms. Thus, this paper adds to knowledge on the subject of monitoring mechanisms and its scopes (directorship, internal and external auditing). These findings have policy implications for the board of directors to execute their monitoring responsibilities and guide them in external audit type selection. The findings also provide policy suggestions for both the internal and external auditors. The results can also be beneficial for the regulatory agencies and government to further review the guidelines for corporate governance. The paper adds to knowledge in Sub-Saharan Africa, especially, Nigeria by examining a mediating effect to expose the relationship between block-holders and monitoring mechanisms, which are not clear or exist in the previous studies.
HYPOLIPIDEMIC EFFECT OF COLEUS AROMATICUS LINN., ON CCL4 INDUCED HEPATOTOXICITY IN SWISS ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Jayachitra J.*1 and Dr. Chitra M.2 The present study has been carried out to evaluate the effect of coleus aromaticus leaves on CCl4 induced hepatotoxicity in swiss albino rats. Elevation of bilirubin, total cholesterol, triglyceride, and decrease in A/G ratio, total protein and phospholipid was noted in CCl4 administred rats. Total reversal of all the above said parameters was noted in both ethanolic extract of coleus aromaticus treated and Silymarin treated rats. The efficacy of the plant drug has been found to be more than the standard drug Silymarin.
Morphology Investigation of Carbon Nanostructures Synthesized with Gold Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition CCVD published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Abdul Qader Dawood Faisal ; Ahmed Flaih Hussia ; Sadek Hani Laftta Abstract Carbon nanostructures with chemical vapor deposition (CVD) were successfully grown on silicon (100) pre-coated with gold nanoparticles as a catalyst using electrochemical method. Different thicknesses of gold films (10nm, 20nm, 80nm,140nm, 170nm, and 280nm) were used. These films were thermally annealed at temperature of 600C for 1h with argon environment. The CNTs were grown at 700C, argon and acetylene as a precursor source of carbon (Ar -500sccm, C2H2 -200sccm). The gold deposition after annealing was characterized by atomic force microscopy (AFM). The produced carbon nanostructures were also characterized with scanning electron microscope (SEM), and transmission electron microscope (TEM). The observed carbon structures of the SEM and TEM results are straight, curved, helical, and Y-junction with diameter rang of 100nm-200nm, which is attributed to carbon nano fibers with different size and shape of gold catalyst nanoparticles.
Plasma Micronutrients (Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium) Status and Lipid profile among adults with Type II Diabetes mellitus in Sagamu, South-west Nigeria published in

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Olooto WE, Ifabumuyi AT, Odusan O, Olawale OO
Results of Modified Weaver Dunn Procedure in Chronic Symptomatic Acromio-Clavicular Dislocation - A Prospective Study Of 43 Cases. published in

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Dr. Bikash Jyoti Bordoloi, Dr. Sukalyan Dey, Dr. Bikash Agarwal Background: Symptomatic chronic acromio-clavicular joint dislocation cause significant morbidity affecting daily activities. Presence of various treatment options makes management controversial. This prospective study was conducted to assess the outcome of Modified Weaver Dunn procedure. Materials & methods: Forty-three consecutive patients suffering from significant pain and disability from chronic acromio-clavicular dislocation (Rockwood types III-V) were included in the study. They underwent Modified Weaver Dunn procedure and were followed up for two years. Results: Mean ASES score improved from 667 points preoperatively to 825 postoperatively. Mean Constant score improved from 664 to 806. Both were statistically significant (p<0.001). The patients could resume their work after an average of 18.3 weeks. Radiologically, the mean coraco-clavicular distance improved significantly (p<0.001) from 197.5mm pre-operatively to 11.42.8mm post-operatively. Conclusion: By virtue of being based on sound biomechanical principles and relative ease of execution, Modified Weaver-Dunn surgery may be the preferred procedure in chronic symptomatic acromio-clavicular dislocations.
ABOUT SIGNIFICANCE OF BASIC ART CRAFTSMANSHIP TRADITIONS OF GANJA IN RESEARCH OF ETHNO-HISTORICAL PAST OF THE TURKIC WORLD published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov; Paul M. Taylor This scientific article deals with the historic-ethnographical importance of development of the main traditional branches of craftsmanship of Ganja. For the first time in this work were systematic investigated the basic skill characteristics of different wares of these handicraft branches and their importance in research of history of the Turkic World.
A Modified Feeding Regimen to Enhance The Reproductive Performance of Broiler Breeder Hens published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A. D. S. Abeysinghe , A. Dangolla Two groups of a broiler breeder batch were subjected to 5/7 day feeding regimens during rearing. Following the photostimulation, one group (House A) was changed into daily feeding at their first egg according to the conventional manner. The other group (House B) was changed into daily feeding at 23% hen day production. Both groups reached peak feed allowance of 150g/bird/day at 60% hen day production which was continued until both passed their peak production period. The weekly hen-day production was greater (P< 0.05) in House B from 25th to 39th week except in the 38th week. The hatching egg production also showed similar results, i.e. 162.3 and 172.3 eggs/ hen housed in House A and B respectively(P< 0.05). However, House B had consumed 367g/bird more feed compared to House A. Although the birds consumed more feed in House B, these results suggest that the novel feeding regimen applied is economical compared to conventional feeding regimen.
Improving performance of primary air pansin thermal power plants through energy conservation techniques published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Rajashekar P Mandi, Seetharamu S and Udaykumar R Yaragatti Primary Air Fans are the essential auxiliary equipment to provide the primary air to lift the pulverized coal from mills to carry to burners and also to provide partial air for combustion. This paper describes various techno-economical energy conservation measures for reducing the carbon emission by improving the performance of Primary Air fans in coal fired thermal power plants based on the energy conservation/ audit study conducted in 28 numbers of 210 MW power plants in India. The best operating points for pressure gain, flow, pressure drop across hydrodynamic resistive elements, equipment efficiency, power input and specific energy consumption are simulated by using MATLAB and presented in this paper with case study to validate the results. Optimizing the pressure at PA fan discharge, control of excess air, pressure drop across APH and mills and maintaining the optimum primary air pressure at mills thereby to maintain appropriate coal-air pressure at burners will help in reduction of auxiliary power of PA fans. The implementation of energy conservation measures in a typical 210 MW coal fired thermal power plant reduce the overall auxiliary power of PA fans by 0.26 % of gross energy generation and also reduce the carbon emission by 4,056 t/year.
Performance Evaluation of Eco-friendly Green Concrete published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
A. Arun Kumar, A. S. Santhi and G. Mohan Ganesh This study was aimed to minimize the use of natural river sand which is being used for several years in construction, and to utilize bottom ash from thermal power station as a partial replacement (30%, 60%, 100%) for fine aggregate. An experimental investigation has been carried out to find the compressive strength of the replaced eco-friendly green concrete with different curing methods. An equation recommended by ACI committee for conventional concrete was used to predict 56, 90 and 180 days compressive strength from 28 days compressive strength of the eco-friendly green (bottom ash) concrete that resulted with the difference between the experimental and predicted compressive strength to 12%. To minimize the percentage of difference, an empirical relationship was developed between the compressive strength of accelerated curing and normal curing (28, 56, 90, 180 days). It is concluded that empirical relationship predicts later age compressive strength with the minimum percentage of difference. This study of predicting later age compressive strength from empirical relationship will ultimately save time, material and most importantly assessing the quality of the design of construction.
Surface Technology: User Defined Gestures published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Pallavi S. Mane The study of Surface technology is phenomena of the operational behavior of components or part is defined by the interactions between environment, the working conditions and properties of this components or parts. Surface technologies are applied to a variety of materials for many applications, including thermal, electrical and environmental protection, increased conductance and the building up of thick layers having superior mechanical and thermal properties. In this paper we focus on How Surface technology merge with different sectors? and More stress is on the Surface computing. Now a day technologies are changing drastically, and reducing stress of work load. Its changing the old structure and converts it into new form which is without keyboard & mouse. Surface computing machine is a coffee-table machine as the first of many such devices. It uses a blend of wireless protocols, Special machine readable tags and shape recognition to seamlessly merge the real and the virtual world.
Managerial appraisal of the provision and use of fire extinguishers by motorists along Benin-Asaba expressway in Nigeria published in

Basic Research Journal of Education Research and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Alagbu Chukwubuikem Eugene Good management of human resources also includes taking measures and steps that would help to protect life and prevent all possible events that might lead to loss of life or injury or deformity. Accident prevention must therefore be taken very seriously especially the type that involves victims being trapped inside a burning vehicle, without any viable means of putting off such fire, like, a functional fire extinguisher. It is on this premise that this research was predicated, to investigate the Managerial Appraisal of the provision and use of fire Extinguishers by motorists along Benin-Asaba Expressway in Nigeria. The research was conducted between July 1 and September 2012 along Benin-Asaba Expressway in Nigeria, specifically at five Road Safety Check Points, in collaboration with the Nigerian Road Safety Corps based in Benin, Agbor and Asaba. The driver of each car intercepted was requested to (1) Show the fire extinguisher of his/her car. (2) To demonstrate how to operate the fire extinguisher. Thereafter the true functionality of the fire extinguisher was ascertained and certified by the researchers/Road Safety Corps Officers. A total of 2878 cars were intercepted and checked, out of which 2618 had fire extinguishers. Structured Interview/question guide and check-list, were the data collecting techniques used for the study. The data collected were analysed using frequency counts and percentages. Results, show that only few of the male drivers lacked knowledge of how to operate the fire extinguishers in their cars, while the worst offenders were the female drivers. Recommendations were made. Keywords: Fire extinguishers, partial disability temporal disability, total disability accident prevention.
Support Vector Machine for Wind Speed Prediction published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
Mrs. Sangita B. Patil and Mr. Bapu K. Patil The energy is a vital input for the social and economic development of any nation. With increasing agricultural and industrial activities in the country, the demand for energy is also increasing. The increasing use of natural and renewable energy sources is needed to take the burden of our current dependency on fossil fuels. Development and analysis of renewable energy models helps utility in energy forecasting, planning, research and policy making. The wind power is a clean, inexhaustible, and almost a free source of energy. But the integration of wind parks with the power grid has resulted in many challenges for the utility in terms of commitment and control of power plants. As wind speed and wind direction fluctuate frequently, the accurate long-term and short-term forecasting of wind speed is important for ascertaining the wind power generation availability. To deal with wind speed forecasting, many methods have been developed such as physical method, which use lots of physical considerations to reach the best forecasting precision and other is the statistical method, which specializes in finding the relationship of the measured power data. Wind speed can be predicted by using time series analysis, artificial neural network, Kalman Filter method, linear prediction method, spatial correlation models and wavelet, also by using the support vector machines. In this paper, the SVM is used for day ahead prediction of wind speed using historical data of wind park. In this paper Support Vector Machine (SVM) results are compared with feedforward Backpropagation neural network. It is observed that the Mean Absolute Percentage Error (MAPE) by SVM method is around 7% and correlation coefficient is close to 1. This justifies the ability of SVM for wind speed prediction task than Backpropagation algorithm.
A REVIEW ON ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF DICYCLOMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS AND BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Malathi Raghunath*, Amol Arun Dhamne and Jyotsna Gajanan Patil Dicyclomine Hydrochloride (DIC) is an antimuscarinic and antispasmodic agent. DIC is used to treat a certain type of intestinal problem called irritable bowel syndrome. It helps to reduce the symptoms of stomach and intestinal cramping. Its action is achieved via dual mechanisms; due to a specific anticholinergic effect at the acetylcholine-receptor sites and a direct effect upon smooth muscle. The drug is official in Indian Pharmacopoeia, United States Pharmacopoeia and British Pharmacopoeia. Many analytical methods have been reported for simultaneous estimation of DIC in its combined pharmaceutical dosage form but only fewer methods have been reported for estimation of DIC alone in pharmaceutical dosage forms. DIC is an important active pharmaceutical ingredient used even in children to relieve colic pain. This review therefore focuses on analytical methods reported for the estimation of DIC in literature and any further scope of developing novel instrumental analytical methods for estimation of DIC alone and in its fixed dose combinations.
Effect of potassium and zinc on yield, quality and economics of Gujarat cowpea-4 published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.S. CHAVAN* AND H.R.KHAFI1 A field experiment was conducted on medium black calcareous soil of the Instructional Farm, Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh (Gujarat) during the season of Kharif-2008. Significantly higher grain yields (1587 kg ha-1) were recorded with application of 60 kg K2O ha-1. Significantly highest grain yields (1553 kg ha-1) were recorded with 40 kg zinc ha-1. The maximum grain protein content of 24.85 per cent as well as The higher net realization Rs.21725 ha-1with BCR (3.43) was accrued under the application of 60 kg K2O ha-1. The higher net realization of Rs.20545 ha-1 with 3.18 BCR was realized under the application of 40 kg zinc ha-1. Considering the treatment combinations, K3Zn2 (60 kg K2O ha-1 + 40 kg zinc ha-1.) recorded the highest net realization of Rs. 24344 ha-1 with BCR 3.54. It can be indicated that the potential production and profit from Kharif season cowpea (cultivar GC-4) can be secured by fertilizing the crop with 60 kg K2O ha-1 along with 40 kg zinc ha-1.
A STUDY ON ADJUSTMENT OF COLLEGE STUDENTS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
S. MENAGA, DR. V. CHANDRASEKARAN The purpose of the present study was to promote social justice and equity of college students and find out differences if any in terms of Gender, Type of Locality, Type of Family, Type of Degree, and Family Income. The samples for the study comprised of 300 college students in Thiruvannamalai District. Survey method was adopted and simple random sampling technique was used to carry out the present study. The investigator has used descriptive and differential statistical methods for analyzing the collected data. It was found that there is significan t difference in the Adjustment students in Relation College to their Gender, Type of Degree, Family Income and further there is no significant difference in the Adjustment of college students in relation to their Type of Locality and Type of Family. A similar study could be c onducted for the college students like professional courses
Clinical Characteristics, Management and Prognosis of Patients with Vaginal Primary Malignant Melanoma published in

International Journal of Translation & Community Medicine (IJTCM)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Androutsopoulos G*, Decavalas G -
Evaluation of Larvicidal Activity of Tridax procumbens (Asteraceae) Leaf Extract Against the Dengue Vector, Aedes aegypti and Bancroftian Filariasis Vector, Culex quinquefasciatus published in

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Syed Mohammed Imthiyaz Begum, Arumugam Durga, Rathinasamy Regina Mary, Berchmans Scholastica Mary Vithiya, Kuppuswamy Elumalai The leaf extract of Tridax procumbens with different solvents Hexane, Acetone, Ethyl acetate and Methanol were tested for larvicidal activity against two important mosquitoes such as dengue vector, Aedes aegypti and Bancroftian filariasis vector, Culex quinquefasciatus. The Tridax procumbens leaves and stem powder was soaked in Hexane, Acetone, Ethyl acetate, Methanol (each solvent 1200 ml). The plant powder soaked with solvents for three days. The filtered sample was poured into a soxhlet apparatus (boiling point range 100C). After two hours, the filter paper was for concentrated at room temperature until oily paste formed and kept at cool dry place further used. From the stock solution, 500 ppm was prepared with dechlorinated tap water. The numbers of dead larvae were counted after 24 h of exposure and the percentage of mortality was recorded from the average of five replicates. The average larval mortality data were subjected to probit analysis for calculating LC50, LC90 and other statistics at 95% fiducial limits of upper confidence limit and lower confidence limit. Results with p<0.05 were considered to be statistically significant. The results of the leaf extract of Tridax procumbens are promising as good larvicidal activity against the mosquito vector, A. aegypti and C. quinquefasciatus.
A Frame Study on Sentiment Analysis of Hindi Language Using Machine Learning published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sheetal Sharma | S K Bharti | Raj Kumar Goel Because of increment in measure of Hindi substance on the web in past years, there are more prerequisites to perform feeling examination for Hindi Language. Conclusion Analysis (SA) is an undertaking which discovers introduction of ones feeling in a snippet of data as for an element. It manages examining feelings, sentiments, and the state of mind of a speaker or an author from a given snippet of data. Estimation Analysis includes catching of clients conduct, different preferences of a person from the content. In this research study HindiSentiWordNet (HSWN) to find the overall sentiment associated with the document; polarity of words in the review are extracted from HSWN and then final aggregated polarity is calculated which can sum as either positive, negative or neutral. Synset replacement algorithm is used to find polarity of those words which dont have polarity associated with it in HSWN. Negation and discourse relations which are mostly present in Hindi movie review are also handled to improve the performance of the system. For this genre we present three different approaches for performing sentiment classification such as- 1. Using Subjective Lexicon 2. N-Gram Method 3. Weighed N-Gram Sheetal Sharma | S K Bharti | Raj Kumar Goel"A Frame Study on Sentiment Analysis of Hindi Language Using Machine Learning" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14397.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/14397/a-frame-study-on-sentiment-analysis-of-hindi-language-using-machine-learning/sheetal-sharma
Aryl Substituted Thiazolyl 4-Thiazolidinopyrazoles and Isoxazoles: Novel Anti-Microbial and AntiInflammatory Agents published in

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Iram Khan, Bhawani Singh A new class of aryl substituted thiazolyl 4-thiazolidinopyrazoles and isoxazoles has been synthesized and evaluated for their anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory activities. Gram positive bacteria Bacillus cereus, and gram negative bacteria Escheria coli were used for estimation of anti-bacterial activity and Fusarium oxysporium and Aspergilus nigar fungi were used for evaluation of anti-fungal activities. In the present work, activities of synthesized compounds were evaluated by the Disc Diffusion Method using inhibition zone technique. The zone of inhibition was determined in comparison to the standard drugs i.e. Ciprofloxacin for bacteria and Fluconazole for fungi. The anti-inflammatory activity is expressed in percent inhibition by carrageenan induced paw oedema method using Idomethacine as standard drug. Results indicate that these compounds belong to a new class of highly potent anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory agents. Five compounds have used for the screening of anti-bacterial activity and as well as five for anti-fungal activity and three compounds evaluated as anti-inflammatory agents.
t-BOOH INDUCED DNA DAMAGE: PROTECTION BY GLYCOPROTEIN BGS-HARIDRIN FROM TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA) Dinesha R and Leela Srinivas* published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. R. Rashmi The aim of the study is to understand the effect of using customer relationship management system on customer loyalty in mobile telecom sector. In this study, the influence of using customer relationship management system and its factors like focus on key customer, quality in service, proficiency, knowledge management, coordinating business process and using latest technologies on customer loyalty in mobile telecom is explained. The study also helps to examine the relationship of CRM practices and mobile telecom services with customer loyalty and the moderating effects of brand image. The present study is a research paper in terms of methodology. Population of the study includes customers and staff of mobile telecom service providers in Trivandrum and Kochi district. To select the sample size from population, Multi-stage sampling method is used. The sample size is obtained for each of the customers and staff as 125 and 35. To analyze the data, descriptive and inferential statistical methods are used. The calculation of data analysis is done using SPSS software. The study findings indicate that the use of customer relationship management has a solid impact over the mobile customer loyalty. The factor, focus on key customer has a significant relationship with customer loyalty, moreover factors like coordinating the business process and using latest technology have a significant relationship with customer loyalty.
OVARAS AS AN URBAN OPEN SPACE_A CASE OF SURAT. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Ar. Tulsi Koradiya* Many people enjoy the amenities that urban parks, open spaces & river front provide. Some people consciously appreciate these urban nature amenities; others may fail to realize how civic nature contributes to the livability and quality of life of their community. Civic nature differs from degree of intensity of management needs.
EVALUATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF PHOSPHATE ESTERS BY WELL DIFFUSION METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mithilesh Kumari Gupta, S. K. Jadhav, S. A. Bhoite* Resistance in some pathogenic bacterial strains to conventional antibiotics has initiated to search for effective treatments against microorganisms. In this context antibacterial activity of mono-6-chloro-2,4-dinitroaniline phosphate and di-2-methyl-5-nitroaniline phosphate were studied by determining the zone of inhibition of bacterial growth against four pathogenic bacterial strains Staphylococcus aureus MTCC 3160, Klebsiella oxytoca ATCC 13182, Bacillus subtilis BAB 2437 and Bacillus licheniformis MS 17. Different concentrations of test compounds were applied against bacterial strains to examine their antibacterial activity by using well diffusion method. Gentamycin and water were taken as a positive and negative control to test the bioactivity of phosphate esters. Zone of inhibition was observed and measured in mm. Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of phosphate esters against pathogenic bacterial strains was also determined.
Pengaruh Pemberian Persepuluhan Atas Kerohanian Gereja Sidang Jemaat Allah Jemaat Victorius Worship Family Makassar published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Christina Evi Paligi, Ivan Th.J Weismann Yang menjadi pokok masalah dalam penulisan karya ilmiah ini adalah sejauh mana sikap jemaat dalam hal perpuluhan berpengaruh atas perkembangan rohani, dan sejauh mana sikap jemaat dalam perpuluhan berpengaruh atas perkembangan usaha. Tujuan penulisan ini ialah untuk mencari tahu faktorfaktor apa yang menyebabkan jemaat tidak setia dalam memberi persepuluhan kepada Tuhan, dan untuk mencari tahu mengapa jemaat tidak memahami dengan benar tentang persepuluhan. Penelitian akan mengambil sample yang terdiri dari 50 anggota jemaat yang sudah berpenghasilan. Teknik pengumpulan data melalui angket dan teknik analisis data yaitu penggunaan analisis statistic dengan program SPSS 15. Adapu hasiul penelitian bahwa tingkat pendidikan jemaat GSJA Victorious Worship Family Makassar sangat berpengaruh terhadap perkembangan rohani jemaat, di mana apabila terjadi peningkatan pada tingkat pendidikan jemaat maka perkembangan rohaninya mengalami penurunan. Kedua, bahwa tingkat pendidikan jemaat sangat berpengaruh terhadap keberhasilan usaha jemaat, di mana apabila terjadi peningkatan pada tingkat pendidikan jemaat maka keberhasilan usaha jemaat mengalami peningkatan. Ketiga, bahwa tingkat pendidikan jemaat sangat berpengaruh terhadap sikap memberi persepuluhan kepada Tuhan, di mana apabila terjadi peningkatan pada tingkat pendidikan maka tingkat sikap memberi persepuluhan kepada Tuhan mengalami perkembangan.
RESISTIVITY STUDIES ON MN SITE SUBSTITUTED La0.67Ca0.33(Mn1-xSbx )O3 MANGANITES published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Bharat R. Kataria, Mr. Chirag R. Savaliya, Dr. Jaysukh H. Markna Effect of Mn-site disorder in La0.67Ca0.33Mn1-xSbxO3 (LCMSO) created by the substitution of Sb5+ at Mn-site is studied through X-ray diffraction (XRD) and temperature dependent resistivity measurements to identify the role of size mismatch at Mn-site and their resistivity property correlations. XRD patterns collected at room temperature for all the LCMSO samples reveal single phasic nature without any detectable impurities within the measurement range studied. XRD data shows that all the samples possess orthorhombic structure without any structural phase transition. Variation in resistivity with Sb5+ content has been discussed in detail in the context of modifications in the structural and magnetic lattices and structural disorded.
Green Marketing published in

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Dr. M. THIRUMAGAL VIJAYA, M.THAMILARASIGreen Marketing is a phenomenon which has developed particular important in the modern market. In the emerging world the concept of pollution free activity is given more importance in all the sectors and in all stages. The environmentalists are targeting the industrial sectors as the major contributors for depleting natural resources and environmental destruction. Hence, both production and marketing divisions of industries are stressed more to take utmost care in these areas along with fulfilling the market demands. To overcome these difficulties a new concept has born in the present globalized world where production, consumption and also marketing of the products can be carried effectively ensuring environmental safety. This concept is named as Green Marketing. But the question still remains how safe can it be in the Indian scenario? since India is one of the fastest developing nations and utilization of resources has to be carried continuously in order to maintain trade balance, both internal and external. The Balance of Payments has to be maintained at a proper level which was negative in the past and the country is still struggling to recover the losses. Hence this paper highlights how effective business can be carried out and how Green customers, who are concerned about the environment can be convinced and support their purchasing decisions. The paper explores the challenges and opportunities businesses have with green marketing. The paper also describe the reason why companies are adopting it and concludes that green marketing is something that will continuously grow in both practice and demand.
Least Cost Ration Formulation for Dry Pandharpuri Buffalo published in

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Anju A. Bhagat, V. H. Bajaj The aim of this study was to develop an optimization of feed formulation for dry Pandharpuri buffalo by using linear programming problem. The least cost ration plan formulated for daily feeding of dry Pandharpuri buffalo included hybrid napier, groundnut leaves, dry maize and crushed maize. The least cost ration only used the 4 ingredients as compared with 16 in the original feeding plan and also per day feeding cost was reduced
Assessing Ecological Integrity of Barna Stream Network of Narmada River Basin by Using Macrozoobenthic Communities published in

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Abhilasha Bhawsar, Manzoor Ahmad Bhat, Vipin Vyas In the present study, the benthic diversity and physicochemical properties were evaluated to assess the ecological integrity of Barna stream network. During the study, a macroinvertebrate based new biotic index (MWQI) was evaluated against some of the biotic and abiotic indices viz., BMWP Index, Hilsenhoff s Index, National Sanitation Foundation Water Quality Index (NSFWQI, USA), Water Quality Index (WQI). The results showed that on the basis of MWQI the waters at Barna and Satdhar streams were of Excellent quality; at Jamner and Narheri streams the water was of Very good quality; at Palakmati stream it was found of Worst quality and at Chamarsil stream it was of Good quality which confirmed the fact that occurrence of benthic macroinvertebrates reflects the natural health of a stream/river and that they can be used in predicting the ecological integrity of the water bodies. The present survey is the preliminary work towards assessing the ecological health of the Barna stream network thus, forms the basis for any other research work in future.
INTRODUCTION OF PROGRAM-TARGET METHOD IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MUNICIPAL FINANCES (FOR EXAMPLE MO OBNINSK) published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatiana A. Hadiatulina The article analyzes the opportunities, challenges and prospects for the introduction of program-targeted management of municipal finance in the Russian Federation by the example of the municipality Obninsk. The study set out the main findings and proposals aimed at improving budgetary policy municipal formations.
IMPACT OF VALUE EDUCATION ON INCULCATION OF ETHICS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Sristidhar Bera, Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul This paper tries to examine the role of value education in inculcating code of ethics to guide the self conduct and social groups of human life in contemporary society. The study focuses the interrelationship between education and framing the sense of value judgment i.e., the commitment to what is right or wrong in achieving fulfillment of certain goals in his life. Now-a-days, as the crisis of values in our society is passing through demands more explicit and deliberate educational efforts towards value development, so this study tries to find out the major factors which are responsible for the crisis of value education in the present society.
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF MENTHA PIPERITA (PEPPER MINT) LEAVES EXTRACTS ON UROPHATOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI published in

Ewemen Journal of Microbial Research (EJMR)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
HARIS N. G., TAURA D. W., ABUBAKAR A. I., YAHAYA S. M., AHMED I., AISHA S. B. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are serious health problem affecting million of people every year. These are very common infections that occur when bacteria enter into urinary bladder and multiply any where along the normally sterile uninary tract. Mentha piperita (Lamiaceae), the peppermint plant, is an aromatic perennial herb growing 50-90 cm high, cultivated in most part of the world and have traditionally been used in folk medicine. In this study, the phytochemical constituents and antibacterial activitiy of this plant was investigated to justify its folkloric used on UTIs. A total of 130 urine samples were collected from patients suspected for urinary tract infection (UTIs) from Muhammad Abdullahi Wase Hospital using standard microbiological procedures. Agar well diffusion assay, minimum inhibitory concentration(MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentrations (MBC) were used to assess the antibacterial activity of aqueous, methanol and n-Hexane extracts of Mentha piperita, with ciprofloxacin used as positive control. The results showed zone of inhibition with methanol extract as highest, followed by aqueous extract, and then n-Hexane extract which gave the least zone diameter values. The zones of inhibition were 21.00±0.04, 20.66±0.15 and 19.66±0.57 mm for methanol, aqueous and n-hexane extracts, respectively. The zone of inhibition was 19.33±0.02 mm in ciprofloxacin. The minimum inhibitory concentrations were 0.78 mg/mL for methanol and aqueous extracts, and 3.13 mg/mL for n-Hexane extract. The minimum bactericidal concentrations were 0.78 mg/mL for methanol and aqueous extracts and 1.62 mg/mL for n-Hexane. The Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of the reducing sugar, saponins, phenols, flavonoids, alkaloids and tannins. Mentha piperita could be used for the treatment of urinary tract associated diseases due to its high antibacterial activity shown when compared with positive control. Therefore the ability of this plant extracts to inhibit these UTIs pathogens indicates the presence of entities capable of suppressing the growth of the test organisms. Keywords: Antibacterial activity; E. coli; Mentha piperita; Phytochemicals; Urinary tract infection; UTI.
Youth and Human Rights - A Research Study among University Student published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mehul Rabari | Dr. S. D. Mishra This Study has covered Post Graduate Students of four University of Gujarat State including Sardar Patel University, M. S. University, Gujarat University and DDIT University. The data collected from 400 P G Students 100 students from each university for the study under the research design of descriptive cum exploratory in nature. The Questionnaire is used for this research consists of 50 Questions. As a Consideration of that the youth or students are the future for any nation so level of understanding of youth about human rights is very important to know. If human rights knowledge is not up to mark among youth or students, its a serious issue for the youth and nation as well. As a Social Worker, to maintain equality, non discrimination, protection and development is a mission. So, Human Rights is a one of the best weapon to all social worker to achieve main goals as mentioned before. Mehul Rabari | Dr. S. D. Mishra"Youth and Human Rights - A Research Study among University Student" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-1 , December 2016, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd52.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/social-science/52/youth-and-human-rights---a-research-study-among-university-student/mehul-rabari
Role of Media in Protection of Human Rights (An analytical Study of Few Newspaper) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Abdullah, Akhtar Hussain Rights, freedom and privileges are such a basic part of human Nature these cannot be taken away. Every person by virtue of his humanity is entitled to certain natural rights is a recurring theme throughout the history of mankind. Main functions of Mass Media are to inform, educate andentertain the readers, listeners and viewers. Mass Media canplay a vital role in educating its readers on human rights subjectby providing news stories and articles on violations, concerneddetails, importance, etc. in their medium and focus attention on people andareas in need of the protection of human rights and pursue their case till theyachieve them. Gradually, this approach would develop as awareness and they would start behaving in the society with more maturity and with respect forothers. Media can also give publicity to the individuals and organisations, which are engaged in securing human rights. This will encourage as well as motivateothers to do the similar work. This paper attempt to present the role of Media (Newspaper) in protecting and promoting human rights in the society.
MYTHOLOGY IN INTELLECTUAL NOVELS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Shokhsanam Davronova In this article there are given some examples how to use myth in intellectual novels. Autor to show it used the intellectual novel by Chingiz Aytmatov Oxir zamon nishonalari.
Workability Characteristic Properties of Concrete with Varying Percentages of Steel Fibre published in

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Dr. Deepa A Sinha Civil infrastructure around the world is in a state of utter disrepair and significant effort are needed on the part of all stake holders to render are failing infrastructure back to a serviceable and safe state. fibre reinforced concrete is an ideal material for controlling shrinkage, cracking, abat micro cracks from widening and provide concrete with high ductility but by adding fibres the workability of concrete reduces and this seams a handicap for onsite application. In this work the workability characteristics of concrete with varying percentages of fibres is found. M30 grade concrete as per IS: 10262-2009 was designed which yielded a proportion of 1:1.86: 2.41 with a w/c ratio of 0.45. The steel fibres were added at the rate of 0.5%, 0.75%, 1.0%, 1.25%, 1.50%, 1.75%, and 2.0% by volume fraction. Workability of concrete is seriously affected as the percentage of steel fibres in it increases.
Some Premises of Efficient Communication Strategies published in

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Margareta Flesner Efficient communication strategies must use all types of communication and means that can streamline communication. When designing efficient communication strategies one must use all types of communication, communication effectiveness actually represents the correlation between planned and actually achieved outcome
INNOVATIVE ARGUMENTS ON RESEARCH OF HERITAGE OF M. SHAFI ON THE BASIS OF ETHNO-HISTORIC AND LITERARY SOURCES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elnur Latif Hasanov; Nicolash Eugster Basic features of creation of the famous philosopher and poet of Azerbaijan M. Vazeh were researched on the basis of historic-ethnographic and literary arguments by scientists from Switzerland and Azerbaijan.
NOVEL APPROACH FOR PATIENTS COMPLIANCE: FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ruhi Fatma1*, Dr. P.K. Nandi2, Dr. Ajay Kumar Gupta1 There is lot of research and development taking place in the field of drug discovery and or improvement of existing drug therapy to combat with new challenges in health care system for the betterment of human health. But at the same time there are many other practical problems which are frequently faced by the patients and human beings, for example - increasing number of diseases in old age, increasing life span, swallowing problems in various age group due to many physiological, pathological and pharmacological reasons as well as decreasing availability of drinking water etc.; because of such problems the chances of incompliance is also getting increased and thus expected results of medicament administration is either not obtained or situation of medical error, adverse drug reaction etc. may arises. Thus, to improve patients compliance and convenience, fast dissolving or mouth dissolving tablets is one of the novel approaches and therefore preparation of FDTs become growing rapidly in the area of pharmaceutical research and industry. Till the date various formulation technologies of fast dissolving tablets are developed and now it is the time to provide clinical benefits by developing such formulation of drugs to full fill the need of patients and health care system.
A Theoretical Evaluation of Scattering Length for Two Coupled Square Well Potential as a Function of ??B for Atom-Molecule Coherence in Bose-Gases published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Deepak Kumar*, J. P. Choudhary**, Ashok Kumar**&L.K. Mishra Using the theoretical Formalism of Y. Ohashi and A. Griffin, Phys. Rev A67 (2003), we have evaluated the scattering length and effective range of an attractive square well potential for ultracold atomic gases. We have also evaluated the energy of the bound state Em. Our theoretical results show that for any potential with large positive scattering length has a bound state just below the continuum threshold of energy given by Em. Our theoretically evaluated results are in good agreement with other theoretical workers.
Social Workers and Rescue Forces in Disaster published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Mohammad Reza Iravani; Hossein Ghazanfarpour; and Mohsen Pourkhosravani We worked tirelessly to save lives. Completely overshadowed in the immediate reconstruction. Given the scale of destruction, it is a big job. Currently, demand for rehabilitation of earthquake-stricken people is low, We need to rebuild schools and hospitals, and rebuild our public infrastructure, We deserve to rebuild and repair homes. We have announced a series of programs for economic reconstruction and livelihood restoration. The social workers in these programs and services to help people in earthquake-stricken areas are reviewed. Earthquakes, tsunamis and other natural forms and Man-made disasters seem to be increasing in frequency. This can lead people to experience anger, loss, fear, grief and a host other emotions. Event, the earthquake that devastated Iranian city of Bam on December 26, 2003, shattered thousands of Lives, helping professionals, including social workers, joined the rescue in an attempt was made. We discovered this article in its interventions and that social workers identify the skills needed to help those survive a catastrophic situation.
CHORIOANGIOMA - A RARE CAUSE OF POLYHYDRAMNIOS: A CASE REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P. Mohana Veera Prakashini*, Shilpa Venkatesh, Vani Ramkumar Chorioangioma is a benign neoplasm of placenta, consisting of a vascular mass arising from primitive chorionic mesenchyme; presentation varying from asymptomatic small chorioangiomas (< 5 cm) to symptomatic large chorioangiomas (> 10 cm). We report a patient with large chorioangioma and polyhydramnios and neonatal thrombocytopenia with a successful outcome
AN OVERVIEW FOR THE EFFECTS OF LACTITOL, GELUCIRE 44/14 AND COPOVIDONE ON LYSOZYME BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rita Rochdi Haj-Ahmad, Yean Teng Chen and *Amal Ali Elkordy Lysozyme, a model protein, was used to study the effects of excipients (lactitol, copovidone and gelucire 44/14) on the protein biological activity. Three different concentrations (0.1, 0.5 and 10 %w/v) of the excipients were used with a relatively high (10%w/v) lysozyme concentration. Analytical methods such as UV spectroscopy and fluorescence technique were used to study the effect of excipients on protein biological stability and integrity. The data obtained from analysis showed that gelucire 44/14 had a disadvantage effect on lysozyme stability as a single excipient. However, by combining gelucire 44/14 with lactitol, the protein activity was preserved. Also, the combination of lactitol and copovidone preserved the integrity and activity of 6% lysozyme to a great extent. Different excipients stabilised proteins to different degree. As conclusion, there is no excipient that works well for even one type of proteins. The most suitable excipient for each particular protein is found by extensive research studying the activity and stability of the protein in the presence of excipients. High efficacy and accuracy analytic methods should be used in order to give reliable information on protein stability and integrity.
EXERGETIC COMPARISON OF HALF - EFFECT, SINGLE - EFFECT AND DOUBLE - EFFECT ABSORPTION CYCLES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rabi Karaali This work presents exergy analysis of a double effect parallel flow, single effect and half effect absorption systems for comparison. A computer program is developed for the thermodynamic properties of lithium bromide - water solutions by the author in FORTRAN codes for the exergy analysis. The coefficient performance (COP) and the exergetic coefficient performance (ECOP) of the double effe ct parallel flow absorption systems are higher than the single effect and the half effect cycles. For the double effect cycle COP and ECOP are found as 1.196 and 0.284, and for the single effect cycle COP and ECOP are found as 0.68 and 0.254, respectively. For the half effect cycle COP and ECOP are found as 0.455 and 0.24, respectively. For each component the exergy loss is calculated. Most of the irreversibilities are found in the evaporator and in the absorber. It is concluded that the performance of the evaporator and the absorber is crucial for the three cycles. Better design and improving of these two components will directly improve and affect positively the performance and the working conditions of the three cycles.
The Socio-Economic and Political Impacts of Youth Bulge: The Case of Sudan published in

Journal of Social Science Studies

Published by Macrothink Institute
Huda Mohamed Mukhtar Ahmed The present study investigates the impact of youth bulges on the armed conflicts in Sudan. It uses the 2008 census data on 25 states and builds a logistic regression model for the analysis. Relative risk analysis is also used to measure the association between the two variables. The impact of youth bulge on the armed conflict is not clearly detected, however, the impact of secondary school attendance rate for males and the access to clean drinking water is found to be statistically highly significant.
DESIGN OF PHASE LOCKED LOOP published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Subhash Patel * , Abhishek Vaghela , Bhavin Gajjar In this work, we have designed CDR-PLL for 1GHz frequency. The design is carried out in the 180nm CMOS technology. We have use Hogge phase detector with the Kim-Lee delay cell based VCO. The designed CDRPLL is tested by applying the 8B-10B encoded data and the simulation results are represented. The obtained results show that the clock is recovered successfully.
Restitution of Conjugal Rights: a Legitimate Claim or Pseudo Defence published in

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Hiranmaya Nanda This article is an attempt to reflect the prime objective of restitution of conjugal rights enshrined under different personal laws. According to the Hindu Marriage Act marriage is a civil contract and a religious ceremony where variety of rights and obligations enjoyed and performed by the parties to the marriage, cohabitation being one of them. If there is no reasonable ground for living apart, the court orders for cohabitation and enforces the Contract there is nothing wrong as the parties had voluntarily stipulated this at the time of entering into the marriage relationship but where there is a reasonable ground for living apart and to avoid in providing maintenance, restitution of conjugal rights petition is filed before the court. So the question is whether it is a legitimate claim or pseudo defence.
Trends in the Area of Coconut Cultivation in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Gigi Elias Coconut is cultivated in more than ninety countries in Asia and Pacific regions. In India, coconut is grown in 17 states and 3 union territories under varying soil and climatic conditions. Production of coconut in the country is concentrated mainly in the four southern states, namely Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. In the post-Liberalisation period, Kerala has been showing negative development in the area under cultivation but the neighbouring States of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been performing well in the area under coconut cultivation.
Pruthivivallabh ane Malavpati Munj film : Madhyam ek Rajuaat Bhinn published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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Biogenic Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by Acacia nilotica and their Antibacterial Activity published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Usha. C, Gladys Angelin Rachel. D Nanomaterials are at the leading edge of the rapidly developing field of Nanotechnology. The development of reliable experimental protocols for the synthesis of nanomaterials over a range of chemical composition and sizes are the challenging issues in current Nanotechnology. In the context of the current drive, silver nanoparticles were synthesized from the leaf extract of Acacia nilotica and characterized by Energy Dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Fourier Transform Infra-Red Spectroscopy (FTIR). EDX spectrum analysis confirmed the presence of elemental silver signals of the silver nanoparticles. FTIR analysis revealed the presence of biomoites involved in the reduction of silver ions. The synthesized silver nanoparticles were evaluated for its antibacterial activity against selective human pathogens.
A STUDY OF CORRELATION OF ETIOLOGICAL AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS IN FEMALES UNDERGOING HYSTERECTOMY FOR ABNORMAL UTERINE BLEEDING -IN ACCORDANCE WITH PALMCOEIN CLASSIFICATION published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. NISHA MOHAMMED, Dr.B PREJISHA Objective: : To find out the proportion of various causes of AUB in females undergoing hysterectomy in accordance to the classification system PALM COEIN proposed by FIGO . Method:Data was collected from the case records of females who underwent hysterectomy for AUB in the study period. The study included all women who underwent planned abdominal hysterectomy..The histopathologic findings were also analysed so as to find out the proportion of various causes of AUB in females undergoing hysterectomy Results A total of438gynaecological hysterectomies were performed in the study period 2012-2014.Out of these 356 (81.3%) were total abdominal hysterectomies with or without bilateral salpingoophorectomy and 82 (18.7) were vaginal hysterectomies. 253 hysterectomies were done for cases of AUB which amounts to 73%.. The commonest histopathological diagnosis made was that of AUB-L in 43.7% cases ,followed by AUB-O. Conclusion. .In our study we could classify the specimens according to PALMCOEIN,and find out the relative proportions of each causes.Such studies will help inproviding data for comparative and epidemiological studies in various populations. More studies need to be conducted for finding out the causes ofor the increased prevalence of leiomyoma in the region.
A study on presence of achievement imageries in women entrepreneurs published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SEEMAPRAKALPA It is now increasingly realized that material wealth is not accurate measurement of development unless human potential is to be maximized. For finding out this, need for achievement among women entrepreneurs should be identified. For assessing this, 15 women entrepreneurs from four zonal area of Agra city running boutiques and beauty parlours were selected. Primary data were, collected through TAT instrument. TAT instrument developed by Dr. Prayag Mehta (1976) was applied with slight modification. Percentage was used as statistical measure. The study showed that about 65 per cent women entrepreneur gave influence oriented social achievement imageries. Personal achievement imagery, was present in stories given by 47.81 per cent women entrepreneurs. Forty two per cent women entrepreneurs were showing influence oriented imageries in stories. About thirty five per cent women entrepreneurs exhibited social achievement oriented imageries in stories. About 27.63 per cent women entrepreneurs had influence oriented personal achievement imagery in given stories. Seventy seven per cent women entrepreneurs were having some theme in satisfying either personal, social or influence oriented needs. Seventy six per cent of women entrepreneurs were having hope of success in their work that creates self-confidence in taking decisions regarding family and enterprise. About 55.70 per cent and 52.63 per cent women entrepreneurs were taking action socially/collectively and personally. Forty seven per cent of women entrepreneurs were taking anticipated action for making their enterprise successful in the entrepreneurial world where competition among enterprises is high. Forty three per cent of women entrepreneurs were showing strength by giving training direction to fresh entrepreneurs for surviving in the entrepreneurial society. Around 32.89 per cent women entrepreneurs were personally and socially aware about advancements/changes in interest of the customers. Therefore, they could be aware about cause and effect relationship being held in the entrepreneurial world. Only 11.84 per cent women entrepreneurs were aware about the consequences of taking and not taking action according to costumer, competitors and other factors also.
Survey Kernel Optimized Regression Model for Product Recommendation published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Lija John | Vani V Prakash The boundaries between e-commerce and social networks have become increasingly blurred. Many e-commerce websites support social login mechanisms, and users can use their social network identities (such as Facebook or Twitter accounts) to log in on websites. Users can also post new purchased products on Weibo and link to e-commerce product pages. It proposes a novel solution for cross-site cold start product recommendation, which aims at recommending e-commerce site products to social networking site users in the context of "cold start", which is a problem rarely discussed before. One of the major challenges is how to use cross-site cold start product recommendations using knowledge extracted from social networking sites. It proposes to use linked users as bridges across social networking sites and e-commerce sites (users who have social network accounts and who have already shopped on e-commerce sites), mapping the users social networking capabilities to another functional representation of product recommendations. Specifically, it is recommended to learn the users and products characteristic representation (referred to as user embedding and product embedding, respectively) from data collected from e-commerce websites that use recursive neural networks, and then apply the modified gradient-enhanced tree method to change the users social network. Feature embedded user. Then develop a feature-based matrix decomposition method that can use learning user embedding for cold start product recommendation [1]. Lija John | Vani V Prakash"Survey Kernel Optimized Regression Model for Product Recommendation" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11306.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/data-miining/11306/survey-kernel-optimized-regression-model-for-product-recommendation/lija-john
Present Scenario and Technical Review of Smart Grid in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rahul Yadav | Mr. Kushaldeep Sharma | Dr. Deepika Chauhan Smart grid is in its developing stage in India. National Smart Grid Mission (NSGM) was propelled by Ministry of Power, that designs and screens approaches and programs for improvement and sending of keen matrix in India. Aggregate of 14 pilot tasks and 1 brilliant city project are declared. The objective set by country is to accomplish sustainable power source age of 175 GW by 2022. This exhibits the power framework organizers with a test to guarantee access for prosumers to present day vitality which is ecologically, institutionally and financially manageable. The draining fuel assets, breaking down ecological conditions and consistently expanding power requests make up and coming the modernization of the power transmission and conveyance systems. Further, savvy lattice approaches embraced worldwide are portrayed and a short survey of different continuous ventures in India and standards set by Indian government for the actualizing organization of cutting edge metering foundation (AMI) is introduced. The thought behind Savvy Grid Vision for India is tochange the Indian power division into a safe, versatile, feasible, and carefully empowered biological community that gives dependable and quality vitality to all with dynamic interest of partners. The principle goal of this specialized paper is to underline the present situation of those chose Smart Grid pilots in India, including proposed best in class Technology Integration. Rahul Yadav | Mr. Kushaldeep Sharma | Dr. Deepika Chauhan"Present Scenario and Technical Review of Smart Grid in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11189.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/11189/present-scenario-and-technical-review-of-smart-grid-in-india/rahul-yadav
ANN Based Adaptive Relaying Scheme for Protection of Active Distribution Networks published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Raghavendra G, Nagaraja R and Khincha H P This paper presents a new adaptive relaying scheme for the protection of active distribution networks, i.e. protection of distribution networks connected with distributed generation/dispersed generation (DG). The traditionally radial distribution systems may no longer be radial in the presence of DGs, which can hinder the existing co-ordination between the protective relays. This paper addresses the relay co-ordination issues encountered due to the presence of DGs in the network and explores the application of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) as a solution for the protection of active distribution networks. The proposed method, based on ANN, shows that the issues regarding relay co-ordination can be overcome and only the faulted section can be isolated precisely.
Occupational health hazards faced by the Dal mill workers published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUDHA BABEL, SANGEETA SHARMAAND RUPALI RAJVANSHI Unorganized sector in India is broadly characterized as consisting of units engaged in production of goods and services with primary objective of generating employment and income to the person concern It plays a vital role in terms of providing employment opportunities to large segment of the work force in the country and contributes to the nation. The aim of the present investigation was to find out the problems faced by the Dal mill workers, to find out their existing clothing practices and use of personal protective clothing by the workers. The results revealed that none of the Dal mill workers was wearing personal protective clothing which may be the major reason for the various physical problems faced by them. Major were related to skin allergies, respiratory and pain at different body parts
Climate effect of season of birth and litter size on taggar goats production in western Sudan published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
I Bushara The study was conducted in Taggar goats to evaluate the effect of two different levels of protein and energy in the rations on some reproductive and productive traits. Sixty two (62) kids of Taggar goats were allocated to sex and birth type in a complete randomized design according to live body weight. The results indicated that supplemented does secured higher litter size 1.50 and 1.33 compared to control group 1.2. Kidding rate was high in supplemented groups 100% compared with control group 93.8%. Body weight was heavier at time of kidding and weaning for supplemented does compared with control does. These results indicated that supplementation reduced body weight losses throughout the lactation period. The kidding interval for the supplemented does was shorter 247.818.38 and 242.607.88 days for does in groups B and C respectively compared to does in control group, 288.946.84 days. Similarly, the service period had been reduced in supplemented does than those in control group. Results from milk analysis indicated that higher protein, lactose and total solid content in supplemented does whereby fat content was higher in control group. The supplementation had reduced the incidence of abortion and mortality rates compared to the un supplemented does. In conclusion the investigated environmental factors showed an impact on both reproductive and productive traits of the Taggar goats under rangeland farming system. Keywords: Taggar goats, production, reproduction, concentrate ration, dry land.
Antioxidants Status of STZ-Induced Diabetic Rats Treated With Extract of Momordica Charantia published in

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Omobola A. Komolafe, David A. Ofusori, Olarinde S. Adewole, Efere M. Obuotor, Julius B. Fakunle The present study investigated the effects of Momordica charantia on hyperglycaemia and selected markers of antioxidants activities which include thiobarbituric acid reactants (TBARS), Catalase (CAT), Glutathione (GSH), Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), Glutathione Peroxidase (GPx) in streptozotocin-induced diabetic Wistar rats. Forty healthy adult Wistar rats of both sexes were randomly assigned into five groups A, B, C, D and E of eight rats each. Group A were the control (normal rats); B were the experimentally-induced diabetic rats; C were diabetic rats treated with methanolic extracts of M. charantia for two weeks (withdrawal group); D were diabetic rats treated with methanolic extracts of M. charantia for four weeks. E was diabetic rats treated glimepiride for four weeks. Results showed that extract of Momordica charantia has potent hypoglycaemic effects in diabetic rats. There was a significant reduction (p< 0.05) of TBARS in extract treated group when compared with untreated diabetic rats. There was a non significant increase in the activities of CAT, GSH, SOD and GPx in the extract treated group when compared with the untreated diabetic group. In conclusion, this study revealed that M. charantia could restore to within normal levels, the observed changes in most antioxidants markers of diabetic rats
A Review on Aspects of Dental Drug Delivery published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sashi Bhusan | Pranshu Tangri | Ganesh Kumar | Preeti Kothiyal Buccal mucosa can be used for local drug delivery as in for periodontitis, dental caries or for oral mucosal drug delivery as for analgesia or transmucosal systemic effect or delivery of biotechnological products like proteins and peptides. This review article is an overview of buccal drug delivery systems encompassing a review of oral mucosa, formulation considerations, theories and mechanism of mucoadhesion, different mucoadhesive formulations for buccal drug delivery and active ingredients delivered via the buccal route. The drugs which have local action or those which have maximum absorption in gastrointestinal tract (GIT) require increased duration of stay in GIT. Thus, mucoadhesive dosage forms are advantageous in increasing the drug plasma concentrations and also therapeutic activity. Sashi Bhusan | Pranshu Tangri | Ganesh Kumar | Preeti Kothiyal"A Review on Aspects of Dental Drug Delivery" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12771.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/pharmacy/pharmaceutics/12771/a-review-on-aspects-of-dental-drug-delivery/sashi-bhusan
Neurohistological Effects of Lead on Medulla of Adult Albimo Rat published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr S M Dawar Husain LEAD is toxic to every organ of body, including central nervous system. This study is aimed to observe the histopathological changes in the medulla of rat induced by oral administration of lead compound in adult albino rats. 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 4% aquous lead acetate orally for 15 days, then animals of both groups were anaesthetized with ether and perfused with 10% formalin. Medulla was dissected. 10 thick sections were obtained and were stained with Glees Silver stain. Under light microscope, medulla from experimental group revealed not much conspicuous changes except for comparative lightly stained fibers and a little swollen tract areas. It was concluded that lead has toxic effects on the central nervous system including medulla which may explain the clinical manifestation of lead neurotoxicity
LATERAL CAPACITY OF AL NAJIBIYA BRIDGE PIER FOUNDATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Samir Abdul Baki Jabbar Al-Jassim*, Rafi Mohammed Qasim Al-Najibiya Bridge was designed to be constructed on Shat Al Arab River in Basra district, Iraq. The bridge consists of five spans 33m length each with four intermediate piers. Each pier is supported on pile cap of 9m width, 17m length and 2m depth. The pile cap is stand over six cast in drilled hole piles of 1.8m diameter arranged at five meter center to center in both directions. The piles are stand 10 to 12m above river bed and embedded 30m in an over consolidated clayey soil with stiffness vary linearly with the depth. Each pier was designed to carry a maximum of 10000 KN lateral forces. The design engineer considered the average lateral capacity of each pile in the group as 70% of the lateral capacity of a similar single pile. In this paper, the justification of the efficiency factor of (0.7) was studied by analyzing the single pile and the pile group in a finite element model with the soil represented in two ways, as linear elastic and elastic-plastic material (Drucker- Prager plasticity model). The ANSYS 12.1 finite element program was employed for the analysis; the results are given based on displacements at the piles head, shear forces and bending moments throughout the pile length.
Decision Making Model for Supplier Evaluation and Selection Using MCDM Methods published in

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N.Harikannan, Vijay Jeyakumar, Mahalakshmi Nachiappan Supplier selection is viewed as one of the most important responsibility of purchasing department in any supply chain process. Purchasing managers needs to periodically evaluate supplier performance in order to retain those suppliers who meet their requirements. For many reasons supplier selection has received a great deal of attention from practitioners and researchers. Industries strive to achieve either a minimum cost of production or a good quality product. Supplier selection is complex problem involving both qualitative and quantitative issues. A trade-off between these tangible and intangible factors is essential in selecting the best supplier. To select the best supplier there is a need to rank all the potential suppliers based on the performance measure given by them. This paper presents the combination of TOPSIS with ANN method for supplier selection and also gives the logical procedure for supplier selection using both qualitative and quantitative data. A case study for supplier evaluation and selection is also presented to demonstrate the application of proposed model
Reducing Stress Through Spiritual Training in Hotel Industry published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Megha Gupta Human resource is one of the major factors of distinguishing one hotel property from other. This edge of a hotel property over other is possible through retention of satisfied employees. The satisfaction of employees may be associated with remuneration, employee welfare, work-life balance, professional growth, etc. The present paper attempts to understand levels of distress of hotel employees and the role of spiritual training in reducing the same. The study tries to encompass related studies conducted in hotel sector and behold methods of spiritual training used for releasing distress among employees. Attrition rate is found to be high in hotel industry in comparison to other industries. Techniques of spiritual training have been identified for spiritual development of employees and viz-a-viz employee satisfaction.
Polyphenol-rich fruits attenuate impaired endothelial function induced by glucose and free fatty acids in vitro in human endothelial cells published in

International Journal of Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics (IJFS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Claire Chang1, Archana Kangath2, Britt Burton-Freeman2, Lauren S. Jackson1, Indika Edirisinghe2* Elevated concentrations of plasma glucose and free fatty acids (FFA) are associated with impaired endothelial function increasing risk of cardiovascular diseases. Previous studies suggested that fruits rich in polyphenolic compounds modulate endothelial cell migration and capillary-like tube formation via a redox-sensitive mechanism. We hypothesized that polyphenol-rich extracts of strawberry (SB) and wild blueberry (WB) would attenuate relatively high concentrations of glucose and/or FFAmediated impaired cell migration and capillary-like tube formation in vitro in human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs). HUVECs treated with high FFA and combinations of glucose and FFA showed significantly reduced cell migration and capillary-like tube formation compared to the PBS control (p<0.05). However, HUVEC pre-treated with SB or WB extracts significantly increased cell migration and capillary-like tube formation in cells treated with FFA or a combination of FFA and glucose compared to cells exposed to the same nutrients/combinations alone. The results from this study suggest that berry fruits may play a role in promoting cardiovascular health especially in individuals with high blood glucose and/or FFA levels.
M - Business: conceitos, caractersticas e aplicaes published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Carlos Vital Giordano The technologies of wireless communication (wireless), irreversibly emerged in the early 2000s to cause turbulence in business environments. Facilities like ubiquity, total connection and friendliness in the use made their acceptance are almost immediate for users, for developers and for professional business modelers. These technologies have emerged as the solution operational, economic and strategic to the XXI century, and according to forecasts from research institutes, the turnover generated are still significantly expressive. This article uses a literature and one case study seeks to present and evaluate the impacts generated by m-business in the business strategies of modern enterprises.
Effect of sperm selection by percoll and swim up techniques on the sex ratio of rabbit offspring published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.M.A. HUSSEIN This study was conducted to evaluate rabbit the semen characterization before freezing and after thawing. Also, to determine the sex ratio of rabbit offsprings after artificial insemination (AI) using semen selected by Percoll or swim up method. Semen was collected from New Zealand white rabbit bucks (n=9) and 45 rabbit does in three groups (15 in each) were inseminated with frozen semen (control, G1), semen selected by 67.5 per cent Percoll (G2) or swim up (G3) methods, respectively. Semen was processed in tris-buffer extender at a rate of 1:4. Results showed that percentage of progressive motility, livability and intact acrosome spermatozoa decreased (P<0.05) post-dilution, post-equilibration and post-thawing. Using semen selected by Percoll in does AI resulted in more females (65.8 %) and less males (34.2 %). Using semen selected by swim up method in AI produced more males (75 %) and less females (25 %). Control does produced sex ratio of 51.2 per cent males and 48.8 per cent females. In conclusion, present results showed that, regardless sperm characteristics in post-thawed rabbit semen and fertility results, semen selected by Percoll density at 67.5 per cent and 10 min centrifugation or swim-up can be used for determining the sex ratio of rabbits. This may control the desire to male or female production prior to conception.
A STUDY OF STRENGTH ANALYSIS IN SHEET METAL BY BENDING PROCESS: A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vaibhav Jain * , Pooja Sharma Various types of bending process are designed as per shape and thickness of work piece. The strength of sheet metal varies with the shape due to bending. The change in shape causes the change in moment of inertia. The bending also cause change in material properties. The bending leads to strain hardening of the material. The sequence of bend and lot size also criteria i n process planning. The time to change the tool and traveling time with thickness of sheet are also the criteria.
FORMULATION AND IN- VITRO EVALUATION OF TOLPERISONE HCL BUOYANT TABLET published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.Asfak Meman*, Dr.M.R.Patel, Dr.K.R.Patel, Dr.A.D.Patel The aim of present investigation was undertaken with the objective of formulating buoyant tablet of Tolperisone HCl. Tolperisone HCl is a skeletal muscle relaxant. Drug is more stable in acidic medium (pH < 4.5), and in alkaline medium (pH 4 to 7) tolperisone breaks down into 4-MMPPO [2methyl-1-(4methylphenyl)-propanone] and piperidine. Thus, the patient is exposed to an uncontrollable quantity of genotoxic agent 4-MMPPO. By preparing buoyant tablet of this drug with controlled release reduce dosing frequency, better patients compliance and eliminate side effects. Tablets were prepared by direct compression method using Xanthan Gum and Guar Gum as a matrix forming agents to control the release of drug and Sodium bicarbonat e as gas generating agent. 3 2 full factorial design was used for optimization of formulation variable. The drug: polymer ratio (X1) and concentration of sodium bicarbonate (X2) were selected as independent variables, while time required for drug release 50% (t 50 ), time required for drug release 90% (t 90), drug release at 12hr (Q 12 ), Floating lag time, release rate constant (k) and diffusion exponent (n) were selected as a dependent variable. Prepared tablets were evaluated for pre compression and post compression parameters. The release mechanisms were explored and explained by applying zero order, first order, Higuchi and Korsmeyer equations. Regression analysis and analysis of variance were performed for dependent variables. All the formulations were evaluated for the pre compression and post compression parameters. The evaluation results revealed that all formulations comply with the specification of official pharmacopoeias and/or standard reference. Optimized formulation (B6) showed 99.27% drug release at the end of 24 hrs and maximum similarity factor (f 2 = 74.41) and minimum dissimilarity factor (f 1 = 4.24) with theoretical release profile of Tolperisone HCl. Optimized formulation followed by anomalous non Fickian release mechanism and found to be stable after 21 days at accelerated condition. It was observed that drug: polymer ratio and concentration Sodium bicarbonate had a significant effect on drug release rate and floating lag time. It was concluded that drug release rate decrease with increase in drug: polymer ratio and drug release rate increase with increase in the concentration of Sodium bicarbonate.
Prison in India: an Overview published in

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Shaik Ali The management and administration of prisons falls exclusively in the domain of the State governments, and is governed by the Prisons Act, 1894 and the Prison manuals of the respective state governments. The prison population has been steadily increasing during the last decade. A majority of the prison population is male (nearly 96%) and approximately two-thirds are pre-trial detainees (under trials).The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, 1955 declares that there shall be no 'discrimination on grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. The present paper provides a broad overview of the international obligations and guidelines, with respect to the care of prisoners, and summarise the various steps taken towards prison reform in India. It also deals with the general problems of Indian prisons
REVIEW: A RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
P.Natarajan1*, R.Arunpandian1, G.Subramanian1, S.Ramarajan1, K.Sakthiraj, G.Ragunath1. In present day,life of whole mankind has become mechanical, where people are supposed toaffordmany efforts both physically and psychologically. Our limbs and joints afford us much inour physical workouts and in return they are prime targets of our physical and mental stress. Irrespective of the age group, people are affected with various musculo-skeletal diseases. Oneamong such diseases is Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA). According to survey of American College of Rheumatology, more than 1 million americans suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Uncontrolled rheumatoid arthritis causes joint damage, disability, decreased quality of life and cardiovascular and other comorbidities. Disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs) arethe key of therapeutic agentsto reduce synovitis and systemic inflammation and improve its function. The leading DMARD is methotrexate, which can be combined with other drugs of this type. The present study is on reviewing complicated rheumatic disorders and chronic degenerative diseases of musculo-skeletal system. Hence, an attempt has been made to discuss few old remedies for rheumatoid arthritis in modern science point of view.
REFİK HALİT KARAY’IN ÜÇ NESİL ÜÇ HAYAT ADLI ESERİNDEN TÜRK SÖZLÜKÇÜLÜĞÜNE KATKILAR published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Hakan ÖZDEMİR Bu çalışmada Refik Halit Karay’ın Üç Nesil Üç Hayat adlı eserinde geçen bazı kelimeler incelendi. Tam Metin: 2.5.
Induction Motors Faults Detection Based on Instantaneous Power Spectrum Analysis with Elimination of the Supply Mains Influence published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
Mykhaylo Zagirnyak, Dmytro Mamchur, Andrii Kalinov, and Atef S. Al-Mashakbeh A method of induction motor diagnostics based on the analysis of three-phase instantaneous power spectra has been offered. Its implementation requires recalculation of induction motor voltages, aiming at exclusion from induction motor instantaneous three-phase power signal the component caused by supply mains dissymmetry and unsinusoidality. The recalculation is made according to the motor known electromagnetic parameters, taking into account the electromotive force induced in stator winding by rotor currents. The results of instantaneous power parameters computation proved efficiency of this method in case of supply mains voltage dissymmetry up to 20%. The offered method has been tested by experiments. Its applicability for detection of several stator and rotor winding defects appeared in motor simultaneously has been proved. This method also makes it possible to estimate the extent of defects development according to the size of amplitudes of corresponding harmonics in the spectrum of total three phase power signal.
EVALUATION OF PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF JAPANESE QUAIL IN SUMMER OF IRAQ . published in

Diyala Agricultural Sciences Journal

Published by College of Agriculture - University of Diyala
K. H. Hassan ABSTRACT This study was conducted to determine the productive performance of Japanese quail during summer season in Iraq along the period 10 July 2011 to 25 Sept. 2011 . The flock consist of 60 one day old chicks and reared in three boxes with dimensions 50* 50* 100 Cm., the measurements included the following traits : Live body weight , gain body weight , Uniformity , Age at sexual maturity , Egg weight , Shell weight , Shell thickness , Egg shape index , Chick weight / Egg weight percentage and calculated correlation coefficients and regression coefficients between some traits of the study . The results inducted that , the mean chick weight and its uniformity were 7.24 g and 56.25 % respectively . The egg weight , shell weight , shell thickness , shape index , chick weight / egg weight , age at sexual maturity were 9.54 g , 1.23 g , 0.25 mm , 79.19 % , 75.89 % , 40.63 day , there were highly significant correlation coefficients between shell weight and each of shell thickness and shape index ( 0.45 and 0.68 respectively ) , also there were significant regression coefficients between chick weight and each of egg weight and shape index ( 0.88 and 0.45 respectively ) . Key words : Japanese quail , summer , live body weight , uniformity . Diyala Agricultural Sciences Journal, 5(2):69-80. ( 2013)
Ama with Special reference to Nidanpanchakatmak view of Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis) and Rheumatoid Factor published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

Published by innovational publishers
Pratik P. Gaikwad, Ragini Patil, Rohini Said, Ashutosh Kumar Jain The primary aim and objective of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of healthy person and to eradicate the disease of a diseased person is the secondary one. Today the era of modernization and fast life, everybody is busy and living stressful life. A change of lifestyle of modern human being has created several disharmonies in his biological system. Due to Agnimandya, Adhya Rasa becomes immature and improperly metabolized substance called Ama, present in Amasaya. Ama which is manifested due to derangement of Agni gets lodged in kapha-sthanas with the help of vitiated Vyan Vayu producing stiffness, swelling, and tenderness, in the joint. Derangement of kapha Dosha especially shleshaka kapha in Amavata produces joint pain and swelling with tenderness which can be correlated with Rheumatoid Arthritis. The rheumatoid factor (RF) test is primarily used to help diagnose rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and to help distinguish RA from other forms of arthritis or other conditions that cause similar symptoms
Effect of Yoga on Memory of Higher Secondary School Students published in

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Arpitaben Tulsibhai Patel, Dr. Pareshkumar B. Acharya Memory is an ability to recall past events or previously learnt information or skills. Memory refers to the processes that allow us to record, store and later retrieve experiences and information. The power of memory is the major factors in learning. Improvement in memory has been reported in several yogic studies. The main objective of the study was to assess the effect of yoga on Memory. The study started with 80 adolescent students randomly. Two groups form on the basis of equivalent of IQ .Randomly one group select Experimental group and other is control group. Experimental group and control group were given pre-test to assess their short term memory. A yoga treatment consisting of yoga asanas, pranayama, meditation, surya namaskar and a value orientation programme was administered on experimental group for 15 days. The experimental and control groups were post-tested for their performance on memory tests. The results show that the students, who practiced yoga, exhibited better short term memory
Modifications of Carbon Nanotubes for Bio-applications and Toxicity Evaluations published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
P. Khalid 1, M.A. Hussain 2, P.D. Rekha 3, V.B. Suman 4, A.B. Arun 5*. Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWNTs) were procured from Nanoshel, USA. Covalent functionalization was accomplished with three types of oxidants: (1) 70% Nitric acid under reflux (2) Sulfuric acid and Nitric acid (v/ v = 3/1) under sonication (3) 20% Sulfuric acid and Nitric acid (v/v = 3/1) by heating. The non covalent functionalization was accomplished via di-imide activated amidation using N-(3-Dimethylaminopropyl)-N2 -ethylcarbodiimide hydrochloride (EDAC) and Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA).The covalent functionlized carbon nanotubes in combination with Non Covalent functionalized Carbon Nanotubes were readily dispersed in water, DMF and cell culture media to investigate their toxicity. Characterization of functionalized and dispersed Nanotubes were carried out by using FTIR, FESEM,and UV-vis spectroscopy.
Invariance of Frchet frames under perturbation published in

Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis

Published by University of Maragheh
Asghar Rahimi Motivating the perturbations of frames in Hilbert and Banach spaces, in this paper we introduce the invariance of Fr\'echet frames under perturbation. Also we show that for any Fr\'echet spaces, there is a Fr\'echet frame and any element in these spaces has a series
FREQUENCY DIFFERENCE IN A LASER He-Ne A 632.8 nm published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Aissani, M. Alliche, M. Chaalal, O. Ziane The aim of this work is to show that the emitted signals of a double-output laser cavity exhibit distinctive features, manifesting themselves through typical dissymmetry in the corresponding spectral line shapes. Usually, such a dissymmetry in an inhomogeneously broadened gas laser appears with a clear but unpredictable shift of the maximum intensity level either towards the high or towards the low frequency sides with respect to line centre. In the case of a double-output laser, the spectral profiles show opposite shifts. This means that when the maximum intensity of one output moves towards the high frequency side of the profile, the maximum intensity of the other moves towards the low frequency side. This gives rise to a frequency shift, with respect to the Lamb-dip for a classical laser On the theoretical side, we apply the standard disturbed Gaussian beam model to give a good quantification of the frequency shifts obtained at both sides of the system.
Knowledge Test in Artistic Gymnastics for Allahabad Gymnasts published in

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Dr. Suhal Raza In the modern scientific age and in every field of human endeavour systematic objective and specific procedures are followed in accordance with principles based on experience, understanding and application of knowledge of science. The acquisition of knowledge is generally recognized as an important outcome of most physical education programme. Measures of knowledge in physical education activity classes are just as important as knowledge measurement in other subjects areas. Evaluation of student knowledge regarding rules, strategy, etiquette and other information should be considered as an integral and vital part of every teaching unit. Aim of the study is to develop a knowledge test in artistic gymnastics for Allahabad gymnasts. Subjects: 40 male and female gymnasts were selected from Allahabad gymnasium, U.P. Test: A total 80 objective type question were included in the initial test. Statistics: All the questions were subjected to the item analysis. Item analysis i.e. difficulty rating and index of discrimination was used to make decision about individual item within the test a whole. Results: Item analysed by difficulty rating a number of 17 items and according to index of discriminated a number of 40 items were eliminated from the knowledge test. Conclusion: Thus a total of 41 items were discarded due to various reasons.
AGRICULTURE IN UKRAINE: CONDITIONS, COMPETITIVENESS AND INTEGRATION PROSPECTS ON EUROPEAN LEVEL 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�
Ovsiienko Anatolii Research subject. Conditions and prospects of agriculture development in Ukraine. Research purpose. The analysis of agricultural sector conditions in Ukraine and determining the main reasons slowing down the agriculture development in Ukraine. Research methods. The main methods of studying are the traditional general economic methods: statistical observation, abstract logical analysis, method of comparison, average and relative values, graphical method, dynamic series, index method, methods of mathematical statistics (variance, correlation, alignment, etc.). Research methodology. Key statements in the sphere of agriculture; works of domestic and foreign scientists and practitioners in this field. Research results. In the contest of given problems the attempt of disclosing the peculiarities of agriculture development in Ukraine is made. Results implementation. The results of investigation can be applied in studying the problems of agricultural sector. Conclusions. Taking into consideration the problems existing as well as the positive foreign experience, it seems appropriate to implement the relevant measures in the context of increasing the national agricultural products competitiveness on European market. The main directions of these measures implementation are: harmonization of national standards for agricultural products in accordance with EU standards; increasing the export potential of domestic agricultural producers; establishing a modern agrarian market infrastructure; strengthening the cooperation of private farms and agricultural producers; establishing the collaboration between agricultural producers and research institutions; using the positive experience of the EU countries as for agricultural market regulation towards strengthening the agricultural sector competitiveness.
A Study on Biochemical analysis in aquatic fern Azolla microphylla published in

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Mahalingam.P.U,Muniappan.K,Senthilmurugan.G Azolla is a free floating aquatic fern and ranks among the fastest growing crops on earth and due to its association with the nitrogen fixing Cyanobacteria Anabaena azollae. In the present study an attempt was made to study the various biochemical composition in A.microphylla plant sample. A. microphylla (1/2 kg) was taken in plastic container containing 2 Kg of fine red soil, 1 Kg of cow dung and 15 gm of super phosphate in 5 litres of water and the pH was adjusted to 5.0-5.7. The Azolla culture was allowed to grow for a period of 21 days in green house. Various biochemical Compositions such as carbon, nitrogen, sodium, potassium and calcium were analysed using standard procedures. The results revealed that A.microphylla plant sample contains rich of organic carbon (36 0.6 %), organic nitrogen (9.42 0.08) sodium (279.11ppm 0.215), potassium (135.38ppm 0.040) and calcium (318.70 ppm 0.933).
VALUE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CORPORATE CULTURE AND MODELLING FOR CHANGES published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Eric Arutyunov, Svetlana Grigoryan, Alina Koltsova The article deals with the growing significance of the organizational culture for the creation of the correct organizational behavior of the enterprise. This article represents as the patterns suggestions about the modifications in the organizational culture of the enterprise.
A cross sectional study; age related traumatic injuries in Karachi. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Aisha Asad, Parisa Sanawar, Zurrya Fasih & Kulsoom Qutb. Traumatic injury is one of the major health problems in our city due to its frequency, prevalence, costs and treatment. Traumatic injuries of sudden onset and severity may require immediate resuscitation and interventions. Serious traumatic injuries have the potential to cause prolonged disability or death. The aim of this paper is to review the frequency and types of injuries in different age groups. This paper provides a quick method to receive a primary understanding of common causes of traumatic injuries. To determine incidence, pattern and implication of injuries in different age groups. A cross sectional study was performed on a sample of 150 patients, within a period of 6 months (October 2014 – March 2015). It was taken through non probability purposive sampling, in orthopaedic surgery department of Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, Karachi. An informed verbal consent was taken and pilot study was conducted to assess the validity of questionnaire. A structured questionnaire was filled; data was analysed by SPSS version 16. The study conducted on 150 people, contained 103 males (68.7%) and 47 females (31.3%). Injuries were common in middle age group (40 to 60 years). Most traumas occurred on road (61.3%). Majority of people were travelling at time of injury (54.7%). Major cause of injury was found to be transport accidents (48.7%). All the victims were not provided with first aid care in transportation. Severity at emergency room of patients was mainly moderate (52.7%). Majority of young adults suffered with hip dislocation and femur fracture (10.0%) while head injury was prevalent among (6.0%) of people. Incidence of traumatic injuries and accidents is increasing day by day. The study proved that Road traffic accident is the major cause of injury in traumatic patients. Ambulances and other emergency medical services need to upgrade their facilities during transportation. Strict laws should be made to wear seat belts/ helmets during travelling. Appropriate medical care facilities (including trauma centres) need to be established at district level, sub-divisional level to provide good and quality care to trauma patients.
Effect of UV irradiation and Colchicine on Cellulase enzyme production by Aspergillus terreus published in

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Johra khan,Rizvi Moattar Raza,Manab Deka Development of more efficient cellulases having higher activities and stability to enable the conversion of pretreated biomass to higher yield at lower costs will significantly reduce the process costs. Cellulase are multi-enzymatic complex protein comprising of endo-1,4-beta-D-glucosidase, or endocellulase, carboxy methyl cellulase(CX); Exo-1,4,?-D-glucosidase or beta-glucosidase. The enzymatic saccharification of cellulase has been proposed as a means of producing glucose with the objective of reconstructing cellulase to enhance biomass degradation on an industrial scale. Wild stain of Aspergillus terreus was isolated from agriculture waste and selected to mutagenesis with ultra violet (UV) irradiation and Colchicine. In UV-irradiated Aspergillus terreus (At1) the production of CX increased by 24-folds, ?-glucosidase production increased by 55-folds and 84-fold increase in C1 (Cotton Assay) production in 60 minute exposure time. Colchicine treatment 0.1% (W/V) increased the production of CX to 81-folds, ?-glucosidase production increased by 93-folds and 95-fold increase in C1 production with same species and in same duration.
Knowledge Regarding Risk Factors of Cervical Cancer and Visual Inspection of Cervix With Acetic Acid Method (Via) Among Health Personnel in a Selected Hospital at Mangalore, With a View to Prepare an Information Booklet published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ms. Simi Antony, Ms. Darryl Monica Serafine Aranha, Mrs. Savitha Pramilda Cutinho Aim To assess the knowledge regarding risk factors of cervical cancer and Visual Inspection of cervix with Acetic acid method among health personnel and to find out the association of knowledge regarding risk factors of cervical cancer and VIA with selected demographic variables. Methods A descriptive approach was used for the present study. The subjects were about 150 health personnel andquota sampling technique was used. Data was collected by administering a structured knowledge questionnaire and the obtained data were statistically analyzed by using SPSS 16th version. Results The findings of the study shows that out of the 150 health personnel 65 (43%) had poor knowledge, 56 (37%) had average knowledge, 29 (20%) had good knowledge and none of them had very good knowledge regarding the risk factors of cervical cancer and VIA. ConclusionHealth personnel had average knowledge regardingrisk factors of cervical cancer and poor knowledge regarding VIA method.
Study of Content of Science as Dimension of Psychological Stress Among Science Students published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Narendra Kumar This study attempts to assess the content of science as dimension of psychological stress among senior secondary science students studying in the schools of different types of boards. 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 science students did not differ significantly on psychological stress dimension content of science. However rural and urban science students differed significantly. Since mean difference was in favor of rural students, it indicates that rural science students were found more stressed than urban science students. Further, No significant difference was observed among the students of diiferent types of boards.
A Review on Question Generation System from Punjabi Text Contain Historical Information? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Parshan Singh, Rajbhupinder Kaur? Automatic Question generation is a process of generating questions automatically from a text with the help of various NLP techniques. Main challenging area while generating the questions from a text automatically is that it must be correct semantically. Rule based approach is most common approach to generate the questions automatically from a text. In this paper we are presenting the review on question generation from historical documents written in Punjabi language. To generate the questions automatically from a Punjabi text a corpora in Punjabi language which contain various named entities such as names of persons, locations, cities, countries and other entities is required which is not yet available. So a NER (Named Entity Recognition) Tool is also need to be created which recognizes the names from a given sentence and generate the appropriate questions from it.
Assessment of the dietary patterns among school going children with age-group (9 years -15years) A gender comparison published in

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Snehal Maruti Rongte, Dr. Mrs. Rupali Sengupta Childhood obesity is one of the most serious public health challenges of the 21st century.Thisstudy involved 132 subjects between the age group of 9 to 15 years and their dietarynutrientintake,anthropom etry measurement,andfood consumption pattern was studied.Theseparameterswerethencorrelatedtobodycomposition. Theirdietarynutrient intakeshowedthatenergyintakewasinadequate,followedbyhighconsumptionof carbohydratesandfatandtheproteinintakewaslowestoncomparisonwithRDA.Their anthropometryrevealedthatmostofthesubjectswerebelownormalstandardsascompared toCDC and WHO standards.Theirfoodconsumptionwasmonitoreditwasseenthattherewashigher consumptionofjunkfoodandbeveragesintheirdiet.Thuswhentheseparameterswere compareditwasobservedthatdietarynutrientintakeandanthropometryhadapositive correlationwithbodycomposition
A NEAR WELLBORE SIMULATOR? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Zeeshan Ahmad, Jaspal K Saini, Haziq Jeelani? The major objective of this project is to develop a Near Wellbore Simulator, a software programme, which will assist oil and gas companies in effective chemical squeeze treatments in oil and gas fields. This report contains methodology planned to apply to develop the complete software package for proposed Near Wellbore Simulator. This document contains information about purpose and requirement of such programme, design of user interface for the programme users, methodology to do flow computation, and result calculation from flow computation have been described in sequence. In the beginning, the background information about challenges oil and gas companies are facing has been described along with the demand of this type of software programme. The objective of this project is to develop a near wellbore simulator (a software package) to simulate the scale inhibitor squeeze treatment operations and evaluate post squeeze well behavior. The proposed simulator will serve for all the challenges (described above) faced by operator during scale squeeze treatments. All the mathematical equations for solution flow, adsorption, desorption, will be provided and will be coded inside the software. The user of the software will input required data and compute squeeze treatments to solve various challenges they face during scale inhibitor squeeze. There is important demand of a software programme, a near wellbore simulator, which assist oil and gas companies in effective squeeze treatments The region or rock layers, which is close to wellbore (lets say up to 50 meters away from wellbore) is called near wellbore region. Due to deposition of scale mineral either on the rock surface in the near wellbore region or inside the wellbore, oil and gas production decreases. This software will help the oil and gas industries to determine what amount of chemicals should be used so that minerals should not get deposited on the wellbore.
Socioeconomic Aspects of Brucellosis in Kuku Dairy Scheme, Khartoum State, Sudan published in

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Tamador-Elkhansaa Elnour Angara, Adil Abdel Rahman Ali Ismail A cross-sectional survey was conducted to estimate the cost of brucellosis in Kuku dairy scheme. A random sample of 30 cattle holdings was selected for estimating losses due to bovine brucellosis. On the other hand a sample of 176 volunteer was used to determine the losses due to human brucellosis. The result was that the herd infection rate was 90% and individual animal infection rate was 24.9% based on c-ELISA, Accordingly the total losses attributed to bovine brucellosis in the studied sample was US$ 247284.0 was due to milk loss and US$.8 due to infertility. The loss / cow /year accounted to US$ 434.3. For human brucellosis the infection rate was 2.3%. The cost per person was US$ 48.1. Males, the age group 15-30, milkers and those who reside in the farms are more susceptible.
Managing the Quality of Drinking Water Using Plant Based Natural Coagulants published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Siva.D, Santhiya.M, Swabna.V and Vasanthy Muthunarayanan* Nitrate (NO3-N) pollution of water is a serious environmental problem, as NO3-N can contribute to the eutrophication of surface waters, and high levels may cause methaemoglobinaemia in formula-fed infants. Though the problem exists for a long time the awareness regarding the issue is lesser among the rural public of the developing country like India. This piece of work was designed to identify such places where there may be higher levels of Nitrate- Nitrogen. The drinking water samples were collected from different locations representing the eight directions in and around Trichy taluk of Trichy district of Tamilnadu (India). The physico-chemical parameters of the sampled water samples were measured. The Nitrate reduction from the aqueous solutions (solutions prepared in the laboratory) whose concentration ranges from 10 50 ppm of No3-N and drinking water was found to be possible with seeds of Strychnos potatorum. A maximum reduction (85% from 10 ppm solution after 24 hrs) was noticed with aqueous Nitrate solutions and drinking water (90% after 24 hrs) when treated with seeds of Strychnos Potatorum . This reduction can be contributed to the presence of phytochemicals, which might have antioxidant property. Thus the study helps us to understand the possibility of a treatment technology which could be practiced even in the rural area thereby paving a way to enjoy and ensure good healthy.
Comparison of Properties of Various Heat Storage Fluids used with Evacuated Tube of Solar Water Heater published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Salah S. Abd* Aed I. Owid* Emad J. Mahdi* Amer A. Salamn* The aim of this work was to capture solar radiation and convert it into solar thermal energy by using a storage material and the heat transfer fluid like oil and water and comparison between them, we used the evacuated tube as a receiver for solar radiation, The results showed that the oil better than water as storage material and the heat transfer fluid and the effective thermal conductivity material and good for power level, rates and durations of charge and discharge cycles.
A Singular points detection based Fingerprint.pdf published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Influence of Social media on academic performance of management students in Ahmedabad published in

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Shakunt Jadav, Dr Viral Bhatt This study evaluates the influence of social media on management students academic performance which uses networking as vital mode for developing conventional education system. Data from 60 students of Masters of Business Administration (MBA) have been analysed and how social media related to students performance, has been tested. Initially the guiding social media variables have been positively related to the students academic performance in the class as well as outside the class. Oppositional variables have been negatively correlated with most of the students academic performance. Additionally, the guiding and oppositional social media variables are good determinants for integrated academic performance; although, the oppositional social media variables are not much influential on the students academic performance. Friendship related variables do not prove to be good determinants of students academic performance. End results on the students performance are also discussed
Perception of University Students towards Hisar City Police published in

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Amitabh Roy The Police are an important pillar of the Indian government which is primarily responsible for the prevention of crime in the society. Being a democratic country Police is there to work in the direction of establishment of the welfare state. So the Indian police are committed for the community policing which is based on the philosophy of the healthy relationship between the Police and the public so that police can work more efficiently. Students are also the main component of the society which also a major area of concern for the Police because of many reasons and also their perception means a lot for the Police officials. In the light of this the present paper attempted to know about the perception of University Students towards Hisar City Police in the State of Haryana in India which found the moderate results about the Hisar Police with some valuable suggestions.
APPLICATION OF DATA MINING METHODS FOR ANALYZING OF THE FUEL CONSUMPTION AND EMISSION LEVELS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Simge Deniz * , Hadi Gokcen * , Gholamreza Nakhaeizadeh This paper is aimed to investigate application potential of data mining in automotive industry. Most important usage and driving parameters, which effects fuel consumption and emission level of passenger cars identified and classified by using data mining methods. A dat aset created by combining Euro 6 data of passenger cars has been analyzed using different tools of SPSS, such as; descriptive statistics, correlations, regression and etc. Results have been compared and effecting parameters have been derived by segmentatio n algorithms aiming better results by categorizing variables for upcoming analysis. The importance of each parameter has been evaluated to predict its contribution on fuel consumption by data mining technics. Therefore, it will be possible to build optimal control strategies for fuel efficiency for future cars, such as; electric, connected and automated vehicles. Adopted data mining technics in this study are classification algorithms, such as; neural networks, Bayesian networks and C5.0 algorithm as well as segmentation algorithms (e.g. K - means and Two - step) targeting foreseeability and simplicity. Application of those technics by Clementine 12.0 has shown that weight and engine capacity of passenger cars were the most important parameters in fuel consumpt ion, respectively. Depending on the evaluation of the performance of those methods by Evaluation Node of Clementine, it has been found that C5.0 was the most efficient method in prediction of fuel consumption among others. However, the evaluation charts (G ain, Profit, ROI, etc.) have shown that neural network could have better results in prediction in some conditions.
Cognizance of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) Among School Teachers published in

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

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Chetna. P. Bhansali, Jeyagowri. R. Man has a strong urge to express his creative and aesthetic instincts in visual form. Since his home is the center of all his activities, his way of life and thoughts spring from within his protective shelter. The internal space of the building must therefore be functional and comfortable to man, to perform his various functions. A comfortable house has proper composition of natural element and manmade elements where the man can perform various functions in the best possible ways and feel pleasant. By the help of interior decoration and ergonomics we can create that environment and the use of colour is the easiest and best way to create a functional environment with character and beauty
Estimation and Detection of Blood Pressure Using Smart Phones without Using Cuff? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
V.Sathya, R.Mohan Raj? Smart phones are very popular in todays life. Cameras with high resolution, High end processors and built-in sensors such as accelerometer, orientation sensor and light-sensors are equipped in todays phones. Motivated by this statistic and the diverse capability of smart phones, we focus on utilizing them for biomedical applications. Blood pressure is a significant vital sign; blood pressure monitoring has a great significance to determine the health status of patients. In this project blood pressure, Temperature and heart beat are estimated by using sensors and the result is viewed in smart phones by using GSM and if any abnormal result is showed then the result is send to the particular mobile number through SMS. An application is created in smart phone to view the result in waveform. We estimate the systolic and diastolic pressure. It would be useful to have a device which can measure all vital signs in such an event. Transmission of the vital signs measured using the smart phone can be a life saver in critical situations.
Role of Community Psychologist for the Well-being of Old Age Women published in

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Prof. Rekha Baxy Community Psychology deals with the study of relationship on individual to communities and society, what we called society is nothing but a group of persons, interrelated with each other with the aim of doing deeds for the betterment of society by up lifting individuals of the society. Old-age-people, especially old-age-woman play an important role in society due to their vast experiences of life. Old age, no doubt decreases the quality of life, as well increases dependence on life. The loneliness also affects the Psychological health in old age. Wealth plays vital role with all aspects of well-being in old-age but its not only a key factor, the firm family bondage is also essential so that old age people may got proper care, love and respect in the family, old-age-women tend to have higher scores on measures of Psychological distress and depression than man, but also have slightly higher levels of happiness and life-satisfaction as-well. One possible explanation for this is that women experience both positive and negative emotions more strongly than men do. Depression scores increased with age among women but remained constant across the age spectrum in men. In order to improve the quality of life of old age persons, specially women, the community psychologists have to play an important role in the society by spreading vastly the applications of counseling and community psychology. For this purpose I suggest form this platform that- Family counseling Centers should be established vastly at district and Tashil levels so that joint-family-systems may be encouraged again. This is the family pattern which provides old-aged-persons strong healthy and wealthy support and finally a strong mental-health, free from worries and depressions.
THE WELDING INDUSTRY IN BILIRAN PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Carlos P. Garcia*, Noel P. Tancinco This study assessed the status of the welding industry in Biliran Province. Findings of the study highlighted in detail the characteristics of the welding shops, their owners, problems encountered, future plans, and their service status through the years. Facilities of the welding shops were moderately available (OWM=3.3); and supplies and materials were available (OWM=3.4). Shop personnel were sufficient (OWM=3.5); and location of shops was generally much accessible. Working capital of majority of the welding shops ranged from 15 thousand pesos to 50 thousand; labor wage rates from 40 pesos to 300, depending on the type of work; license requirements were strictly observed by all but without accreditation or linkage. Majority of the welding shop owners aged between 46 and 55; all of them male and married. Majority of them were vocational graduates; several finished a college degree while a few completed high school only. While a few had a certificate of competency from NMYC or TESDA, the majority were simply welders by experience. None had any additional specialized training. Most critical to all the welding shops was the problem of brown out; lack of materials in hardware stores and distance from the source of materials were a felt problem to majority of the shops. The welding shop owners were more of less unified in their future plans: to become a contractor in a big project in the government; to expand the existing shop; to procure a service vehicle; to accept welding jobs outside the province; and to engage in automotive repair. The service status of the shops rose from a provider of mere welding jobs to a builder of vehicle bodies and residential steel gates and window grills.
In Silico Analysis of Amino acid Substitutions in DNA gyrase subunit A published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Payam Behzadi, Elham Behzadi, Mehrdad Moosazadeh Moghaddam, Ali Najafi, Reza Ranjbar The broad consumption of antibiotics such as fluoroquinolones and the genetic adaption of opportunistic pathogenic bacteria including Pseudomonas aeruginosa, has led to develop of floroquinolone-resistant strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Thus, the aim of the present study is to reveal the types of hot spot mutations occurring in selected DNA gyrase subunit A gene in fluoroquinolone-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains. For this purpose, 70 fluoroquinolone-resistant partial cds genes of Pseudomonas aeruginosa TOHO strains (P12-P377) for DNA gyrase subunit A have been aligned with wild genes for DNA gyrase subunit A by BLAST program and multiple alignment, to detect probable gyrA mutations. Based on analyses hot spot mutations including Thr-83?Ile (92.44%), Ile-83?Thr (1.33%), Asn-87?Asp (0.44%) existing as single and Thr-83?Ile & Asn-87?Asp (5.78%) as double substitutions were detected. According to this survey, the point mutations in DNA gyrase subunit A gene need more consideration about fluroquinolone-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates. The strains with hot spot SNP mutations may rise a huge concern from epidemiologic aspect for antibiotic therapy treatment.
A Review on Detection of Plant Diseases using Image Processing Technique published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. Shweta R. Astonkar | Prof. V. K. Shandilya Identification of the plant diseases is the key topreventing the losses in the yield and quantity of the agricultural product. The studies of the plant diseases mean the studies of visually observable patterns seen on the plant. Health monitoring and disease detection on plant is very critical for sustainable agriculture. It is very difficult to monitor the plant diseases manually requires tremendous amount of work, expertize in the plant diseases, and also require the excessive processing time. Hence, image processing is used for the detection of plant diseases. Disease detection involves the steps like image segmentation, feature extraction and classification. This paper discussed the method used for the detection of plant diseases using their leaves images. Agriculture is a most important and ancient occupation in India. As economy of India is based on agricultural production, utmost care of food production is necessary. Pests like virus, fungus and bacteria causes infection to plants with loss in quality and quantity production. There is large amount of loss of farmer in production. Hence proper care of plants is necessary for same. Ms. Shweta R. Astonkar | Prof. V. K. Shandilya"A Review on Detection of Plant Diseases using Image Processing Technique" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7085.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/7085/a-review-on-detection-of-plant-diseases-using-image-processing-technique/ms-shweta-r-astonkar
Role of Thermoplastic Granulus for the Improvement of Strength of Clay Soil published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
V. Gunasekaran | M. Sandhiya Soil stabilization is any process which improves the physical properties of soil, such as increasing shear strength, bearing capacity etc. which can be done by use of controlled compaction or addition of suitable admixtures like cement, lime and waste materials like fly ash, phosphogypsum etc. The cost of introducing these additives has also increased in recent years which opened the door widely for the development of other kinds of soil additives such as plastics, bamboo etc. This new technique of soil stabilization can be effectively used to meet the challenges of society, to reduce the quantities of waste, producing useful material from non-useful waste materials. Using of plastic wastes such as plastic bags, PVC powder from industry and construction and demolition waste is increasing day by day leading to various environmental concerns. Therefore the disposal of the plastic wastes without causing any ecological hazards has become a real challenge. Thus using PVC as a soil stabilizer is an economical utilization since there is scarcity of good quality soil for embankments. This paper describes an experimental study on mixing PVC waste powder with clayey soil at different mixing ratios (0, 0.25, 0.50, and 0.75) % by weight respectively. For the clay Soil, Shear Strength parameter and Cohesion Value are obtained by conducting Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCC) test and Maximum Dry Density is found by Standard Proctor Test. V. Gunasekaran | M. Sandhiya"Role of Thermoplastic Granulus for the Improvement of Strength of Clay Soil" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15787.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/15787/role-of-thermoplastic-granulus-for-the-improvement-of-strength-of-clay-soil/v-gunasekaran
Effect of Swift Heavy Ion irradiation on Optical properties of Poly vinylidene chloride (PVDC) Films published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kusam Devgan The lithium ion (50 MeV) having fluence range of 1x1011 ions/cm2 to 3x1012 ions/cm2 induced poly vinylidene chloride (PVDC) films have been examined using UV-Visible technique. The shift in optical absorption edge in irradiated PVDC was associated with the decrease in optical band gap energy. The noticeable characteristic peak was detected due to UV-Vis analysis, in lithium irradiated samples of PVDC at highest fluence. Kusam Devgan"Effect of Swift Heavy Ion irradiation on Optical properties of Poly vinylidene chloride (PVDC) Films" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2244.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/other/2244/effect-of-swift-heavy-ion-irradiation-on-optical-properties-of-poly-vinylidene-chloride-pvdc-films/kusam-devgan
Investigating the Effect of Dimercaprol on Phytoremediation of Lead by Zea mays, published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Mohammad Amin Sharif, Ali Mohammad Latifi, Mohammad Ali Amani, Fatemeh Shakeri, Morteza Mirzaei, Parvin Noroozimoghadam Application of plants to remove heavy metals from soil (phytoremediation) is expanding due to its cost-effectiveness as compared to conventional methods and it has shown a great potential. Since contaminants such as Pb have a limited bioavailability in the soil, methods to facilitate their translocation to the shoots and roots of plants are required for efficient phytoremediation. The present pots experiment were to investigate the effect of Dimercaprolchelator with different concentration (0, 1.5, 3 mmol Dimercaprolchelator kg-1). Also different ranges of Pb (100, 200 mg Pb kg-1) and a control group were investigated for the amount of Pb accumulation, by corn (Zea mays), sunflower (Helianthus annuus) and mustard (Sinapis arvensis). The results showed that the amount of Pb accumulation increased as the Pb concentration was increased. Also the results of this experiment showed that the addition of Dimercaprolchelatoris most likely to increase the bioavailability of Pb and consequently the accumulation of this heavy metal in the shoots. The highest accumulation of Pb was noticed with the highest does of Dimercaprolchelator (3 mmol Dimercaprolchelator kg-1) and Pb (200 mg Pb kg-1) in the shoots of Helianthus annuus.
Barodontalgia : The Dental Distress An Overview published in

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Dr. Ipsita Maity, Dr. Preeti Goel Barodontalgia is the oral (dental or non-dental) pain due to changes in the barometric pressure by altitude variations. It is one of the important clinical entities which present with such overlapping signs and symptoms, that in normal clinical setup the pain due to barodontalgia goes unnoticed. Barodontalgia is characterized by exposure to a pressure gradient, such as that experienced by underwater divers, aviation personnel and air travellers. Contemporary classification, prevalence, incidence, features, etiology, and diagnosis of this entity are presented related to flight and diving conditions.This form of dental pain is generally marked by a predisposing dental pathology such as acute or chronic periapical infection, caries, deep or failing restorations, residual dental cysts, sinusitis or a history of recent surgery. The key to avoid barodontalgia is good oral health. Clinicians must pay close attention to areas of dentin exposure, caries, fractured cusps, the integrity of restorations and periapical pathology in those at risk.This review article provides the information concerning the etiology, pathogenesis and manifestations of barodontalgia, as well as important clinical considerations for its management.
Extraction of safflower yellow pigment (Carthimidin) and its fortification in Pedha published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G.M. MACHEWAD, B.A. JADHAV, A.G. LAMDANDE AND P.V. WADKAR Safflower is mostly cultivated for its petals; it produces red and yellow pigments. Carthamin (safflower yellow pigment) was used in pedha at 5 per cent and 10 per cent. The most accepted concentration of carthamin in pedha associated with overall quality of pedha is of 10 per cent. It is concluded from the present study that the pedha containing 10 per cent carthamin was found better than 5 per cent carthamin added pedha and control sample.
Existence/uniqueness of solutions to Heat equation in extended Colombeau algebra published in

Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis

Published by University of Maragheh
Mohsen Alimohammady, Fariba Fattahi This work concerns the study of existence and uniqueness to heat equation with fractional Laplacian differentiation in extended Colombeau algebra.
Concordancia de tres mtodos para la determinacin de la hemoglobina en donantes de un banco de sangre de Medelln, Colombia 2012 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Carmen Yulieth Mantilla Gutirrez, Roco Prez Escobar, Jaiberth Antonio Cardona Arias Introduction: hemoglobin quantification is fundamental in the selection of blood donors, but has reported varying results depending on the methodology used for its determination. Methods: cross-sectional study. Hemoglobin was quantitated in 70 donors by the Sysmex XE2100 and Compolab. We also determined reticulocyte hemoglobin, We surveyed about smoking and physical activity. The correlation between parameters was assessed using the intraclass correlation coefficient. Data were analyzed in SPSS Results: the mature erythrocyte hemoglobin was statistically higher in men and in smokers. There were no differences by age group and physical activity. There was good agreement between the results of Compolab and Sysmex. There was a low intraclass correlation coefficient between reticulocyte hemoglobin and mature erythrocyte hemoglobin. Conclusions: the donor selection may be based on hemoglobin given by hemoglobinometer whose quantifications are interchangeable with the Sysmex XE2100.
A Study of the Achievement Motivation in Relation to Self Concept and Intelligence of Net/Jrf Qualified and Non Net/Jrf Qualified Research Scholars of Social Science Faculty of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh published in

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Dr. Mohd. Abid Siddiqui, Ms. Priya Motivation inspires people to perform best according to their capability to achieve their goals. It is one of the important factors that affect the performance of individual in life and it is his level of desire to behave in a certain way in a particular situation. The amount of effort they put into those activities at any particular time are determined by motivation. Numbers of personal, social and economic factors are there that influence Achievement Motivation. Present study is an attempt to analyze the self concept and intelligence on the achievement motivation of NET/JRF qualified and Non NET/JRF qualified researchers of social science faculty of Aligarh Muslim University. The study has revealed mixed results which have been presented and interpreted in the light of research findings. In the end some suggestive measures have been put forward by the authors of this paper.
Specificity of Saag (Serum Ascitis Albumin Gradient) in the Differential Diagnosis of Ascitis published in

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Dr. N. Baby Indira, Dr. S. Manikya Rao, Dr. Manjuleswari A method for the differentiation of transudate and exudates is studied by measuring SAAG i.e., Serum Ascitis Albumin Gradient. The study the superiority of SAAG over the traditional methods of analysing ascetic fluid as transdate and exudates. To determine the specifity of SAAG in the differential diagnosis of transdate and exudates
Teachers Attitude Towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation published in

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Dr. Surender Singh Rana The need for Continuous and Comprehensive School-based Evaluationhas been reiterated over the last few decades. Different commission and committees have recommended to make evaluation process,a regular and inseparable feature of educational process. The present study was conducted on secondary school teachers of district Sonepat. Main concerned of the study was to observe the attitude of the teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation. Objectives were formed to find the attitude of teachers, difference in attitude towards CCE on the basis of gender and locality of school. Analysis of data shows that there is no significant difference of attitude on the basis of these variables.
Exchange Rate Risk in the Foreign Exchange Market: A Challenge on Corporate Profitability published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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P. Sivarajadhanavel and Dr.S. Chandrakumaramangalam Foreign exchange market is the largest traded market across the globe. In India, foreign exchange market opened for trade during the decade of 1970's and most of the transaction done through banks. Many companies in India emerged as a global player during this period, but they need to face the exchange rate risk of volatility in the global trade as the exchange rate against US dollar has raised five folds during this period. Importantly the risk exposure of Indian companies to its foreign trade has also increased dramatically. Conceptually the foreign exchange market faces risks of transaction exposure, translation exposure, and operating exposure which seems to be part of the exchange rate determination system. The hedging measures to be part of the risk management practices in the foreign exchange system across the global market. The exchange currency of US dollar is taken in the account of the foreign exchange market and its impact corporate profitability is being discussed with reference to information technology major Infosys. As exchange rate has challenged Indian corporate at many periods of interval, due to volatile movement of exchange rate directly impact on the corporate profitability. Infosys risk hedging being analyzed to know how it manages the exchange risk volatility and impact on corporate profitability is studied reference to information technology (IT) industry. The historical picture of the exchange rate of INR against major currencies like US dollar, Euro, Pound sterling, and Yen, surprised many corporate as it had direct impact on the corporate profit. This paper brings out the problem of exchange rate risk and its effect on corporate profitability on IT industry
GREEN SYNTHESIS OF COPPER NANOPARTICLES USING TEA LEAF EXTRACT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jeevan Jyoti Mohindru1, 2*, Umesh Kumar Garg 1, 3 The present study reports green synthesis of copper nanoparticles using plant extract (tea leaf extract) with water as the medium for reduction and identifies their main physical properties. The stabilization of Copper nanoparticles was studied with capping agents such as starch and gelatine. The reaction mixture was heated using a kitchen microwave for about 5 minutes. The pH of the solution was adjusted to alkaline using 5% solution of NaOH. Formation of Copper Nanoparticles was indicated by change in colour from blue to yellowish black which is supported by the UV absorption at 570nm. The characterization of Nanoparticles was done by TEM and XRD. In addition to the X-ray diffraction investigations and infrared spectroscopies confirmed the single phase of the copper nanoparticles. Other physical properties such as magnetic susceptibility and optical properties were also determined
Studies of plant growth substances on the yield components of winter season guava cv. L49 (Sardar) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V.R. GARASIYA, N.M. PATEL*, H.S. BHADAURIA AND V. R. WANKHADE The present investigation was carried out to work out the effect of plant growth regulators on the yield of winter season guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. L49 (Sardar). The study revealed that an application of NAA 40 ppm as well as NAA 20 ppm was found to be the most effective in increasing more number of fruits per tree (439.00 and 410.05, respectively). These treatments also increase the fruit weight (153.22 and 136.13 g), fruit volume (127.68 and 114.20 cc), fruit diameter (5.63 and 5.36 cm) and yield (66.39 and 59.90 kg tree-1). The number of seeds per fruit was found to be non-significant. But minimum number of seeds per fruit was observed with GA3 50 ppm (300.01).
IJIRAE:: Secure Information Retrieval from DTN published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

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

Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

Published by peertechz publications
Nasim Esmaeilirad*, S Mehdi Borghei and Manouchehr Vosoughi Treatment of waste water containing ethylene glycol (EG) by implementing a sequence of two Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors (MBBR) were studied. Reactors were operated at different hydraulic retention times (HRT) of 48, 24, 18, and10 hours while EG concentration was in the range of 10 mg/l to 1,150 mg/l. Throughout the experiments the ratio of EG Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) to total COD was changed from 0.0 to1.0. The maximum removal efficiency of EG was achieved at HRT of 18 hours during the tests and COD removal efficiency varied from 71.7% to 96.7%.
COMPUTATIONAL PREDICTION OF POTENT ANTIGENIC PEPTIDES FROM BORRELIA BURGDORFERI PROTEOME FOR VACCINE DESIGNING WITH STRUCTURAL VIEWPOINT FOR ITS INHIBITION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Riya Rane, Rahul Ravichandran, Pritam Kumar Panda*, Priyam Patel, Dr. Hetalkumar Panchal Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne infectious disease found in North America and in Europe. Lyme is a Multi-Systemic Disease caused by the bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb) which normally is a bacterial spirochete (spiral shape). It is zoonotic disease, which is also known as Lyme boreliosis. The scope of the current work is to predict and design a potent antigenic peptide of the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi to develop a potential vaccine. The bacterial proteome is collected from HAMAP and processed for screening purpose based on the similarity against Human CDS using TFastaY. The proteins were subjected to fourfold screening process for the identification of most antigenic sites within them by using different servers like EMBOSS Antigen and Protein Variability Server. The selected antigenic peptides were designed using Chimera followed by the geometry optimization and energy evaluation. Since many commercial drugs have been available the molecular docking studies has been carried out to know the inhibitory efficiency of drugs to inhibit the disease causing protein. Targeting the surface antigenic peptides of Borrelia burgdorferi the In-silico studies has been carried out to identify the best antigenic peptides responsible for this. Based on the energy values the best antigenic peptides were selected, Protein-peptide docking was carried out to analyze the antigenic propensity with the protein receptor and thus can be further processed for the production of potential vaccine to eradicate the disease. Finally screened peptides after geometry optimization and energy evaluation are the best peptides for the Vaccine development. These peptides can be synthesized and attenuated for vaccination against the Lyme disease.
KARAKTERISTIK DOSIMETRI FILM GAFCHROMIC EBT3 PADA BERKAS ELEKTRON DAN FOTON published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Syarifatul Ulya, Wahyu Edy Wibowo, Nuruddin Nuruddin, Supriyanto Ardjo Pawiro Elektron energi tinggi bermanfaat dalam radioterapi target permukaan dapat pula digunakan sebagai eskalasi dosis sumber berkas foton. Dalam jaminan kualitas radioterapi membutuhkan dosimeteryang akurat, respon yang baik terhadapdosis dan energi, resolusi spasial tinggi serta ekuivalen dengan jaringan. Berdasarkan rekomendasi AAPM TG 55, film merupakan dosimeter utama dalam pengukuran sumber radioterapi. Saat ini, film dosimetri yang sering digunakan dalam keperluan pengukuran salah satunya yaitu film gafchromic EBT3, namun penelitian mengenai karakteristik dan respon dosis pada film gafchromic EBT3 masih terbatas. Sehingga penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui karakteristik dosimetri film EBT3 pada berkas elektron dan foton. Film EBT3 diradiasi pada lapangan 10×10cm2 menggunakan berkas foton, elektron dan Cobalt-60 dengan rentang dosis (0-500 cGy). Scanner Epson V700 digunakan untuk pemindaian film dalam evaluasi pixel value. NetOD digunakan sebagai parameter untuk menganalisis karakteristik film EBT3. Nilai uncertainty pengaruh energi berada dalam rentang ±1.95% yang menunjukkan bahwa film EBT3 memiliki kebergantungan energi realtif kecil. Pemilihan channelscanner menunjukkan bahwa sensitifitas scannerpaling tinggi adalahRed channel.Pixel value dipengaruhi oleh rotasi film namun tidak oleh orientasi flipped. Pada penelitian ini, rotasi optimum dalam pemindaian film adalah posisi landscape. Kata kunci : dosimetri, film, netOD, uncertainty Abstract High energy electron used to treatment radiotherapy superficial target and dose booster photon beam. Quality assurance in radiotherapy required dosimeter which high spatial resolution, good response of doseand energy,and tissue equivalent. Based on the recommendation of AAPM TG 55, the film is primarily dosimeter measurement radiotherapy sources. Recently, film dosimetry usually used in the measurement which one is EBT3 film, however, research about the characteristic and dose response of EBT3 filmare limited. In this study, film EBT3 response on doses and energies variation using electron and photon beams is investigated. Gafchromic EBT3 film was irradiated using electron and photon also cobalt-60 beam energies. In each energy was given 0 – 500 cGy doses. Film scanning post-irradiation over a period of 72 hours using EPSON V700 and ImageJ were used to film evaluate. NetOD as the parameter to the analysis of EBT3 film characteristics. Uncertainty was required in the range of ±1.95%. Dose responses of the EBT3 film have small energy dependence..Flipped orientation not dependence on the pixel value but rotation orientation dependence for pixel value in EBT3. From this research, we recommended landscape orientation in EBT3 film scanning. Keywords: dosimetry, film, netOD, uncertainty
Knowledge Regarding Tattooing and Body Piercing Among the Users at Thamel-29, Kathmandu published in

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Alaka Bhurtel, Mr. Basavaraj Mudhol Tattoos and body piercing have become an acceptable form of body decoration among every age group and social classes.A descriptive research design was used to find out the knowledge regarding tattooing and body piercing. Atotal of 50 respondents having both the body tattooed and piercedpresent in Thamel-29, Kathmandu were selected using non- probability purposive sampling technique. A semi structured interview schedule was used to collect the data and was analyzed by using SPSS.The findings revealed that the respondents were adolescents and young adults among whom the majority (48%)had high knowledge, least (18%) had average knowledge and one third (34%)had low knowledge regarding Tattooing and Body Piercing.Statistically, there was significant association between the occupation and participation of the respondents in programs related to tattooing and body piercing with their knowledge score.Therefore, a need for adequate information on health risks associated with such practices should be targeted as adolescents and young adults health education program.
Analysis of Brake Drum of Two Wheeler Through Approach of Reverse Engineering by Using Ansys Software published in

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Meenakshi Kushal, Suman Sharma Brake system is the most significant safety aspect of an automobile. A common misconception about brakes is that brakes squeeze against a drum or disc, and the pressure of the squeezing action slows the vehicle down. Actually brakes use friction of brake shoes and drums to convert kinetic energy developed by the vehicle into heat energy. This heat must be efficiently dissipated to the surroundings by the brake components because this will affect the braking performance of a vehicle. In present work modeling dimensions are taken by direct measurement of Hero Honda Passion brake drum (i.e. through reverse engineering approach). Computer aided modeling of brake drum is done on Inventor professional 2012 Software, and its finite element analysis is done through Ansys workbench 14.0 software. Both stress analysis and thermal analysis is done under different braking time and operational conditions. We find that temperature rise in the surface of brake drum also depends upon the time of braking.
APPLICABILITY OF THE PROFIT PER EMPLOYEE AS A MEASURE OF BUSINESS PERFORMANCE published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Francisca Soraia Ferreira Leite, Hugo Santana de Figueirdo Junior, Vicente Lima Crisstomo With the changes in the business environment, intangible assets, potentially generated by the intellectual capital, have become more relevant. This study aimed to analyze and test the applicability of an alternative business performance metric: profit per employee (PE). An exploratory research was conducted through case studies of three companies listed in BM&FBOVESPA in the period 2006-2009. From the firms financial reports, firms' performance were measured using ROA, ROE, and the PE. Share prices were used as proxy for value creation. An empirical study showed that the correlation between PE and share prices was higher and more significant than the correlation with traditional metrics for the firm most intensive in intellectual capital. For the other firms, traditional metrics presented higher correlation. Hence, the PE seems to be relevant for companies intensive on intellectual capital. This finding highlights that this business performance metric, which includes the effect of the intellectual workforce, is an important contribution to the literature on intangibles.
Proficient physiognomies and herbage of blue panic grass (Panicum Antidotale) at variable clipping intensities published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Mazhar Habib, Maaz Maqsood Hashmi, Umar Aftab Abbasi Pakistan is an agriculture based country and a major portion of it falls under rangelands. Presently these rangelands are desecrated continuously because of high human impact. Contemporary necessity is to restore the forage potential by enhancing the efficacy of forage species in rangelands. A study on Blue panic grass (Panicum antidotale Retz.) was conducted.Stubbles of this grass was grown at NARC, Pakistan. Four clipping stages i.e. D1, D2, D3 and D4 (clipped after 20, 40, 60 and 80days, respectively) were studied. The response variables were morphological characters (plant height, tiller density and herbage yield) of Blue panic grass. With the increase in clipping stage the plant height and number of tillersin the grass increased (P<0.05). Herbage yield significantly differed (P<0.05) at each clipping stage. With advancing plant maturity of the species, its herbage yield increased (P<0.05). Phonologically, with increasing plant maturity, proportion of its plants with vegetative stage declined. This decline of plants with vegetative stage can cause distraction to livestock depending on the species for grazing purposes. It is suggested that two months of clipping stage should be applied on Blue panic grass for getting sustained grass vigor and optimum herbage yield. Keywords: Blue panic, clipping stage, maturity, morphological characters, herbage yield.
Correlation between digital Landsat levels With Uranium content in soil using Support Vector Machines Regression Algorithms published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Luis Hernan Ochoa , Luis Hernan Alvarez Geophysical and Geochemical Field surveying is a hardly and costly activity where remote sensing tools can be a very useful tool to increase coverage and resolution in that kind of studies. Here we present the results obtained using a Support Vector Machine Regression model that relates contents of Uranium measured in laboratory to field soil samples withlocation coordinates and digital Landsat levels at the sample site. Soil samples were taken during a geochemical field survey made by the "InstitutoColombiano de Geologa y Minera - INGEOMINASin the Vichada and Guaina Departments - Colombia in 2006. The maximum correlation factor obtained was 0.67 which is quite low but indicates the presence of an important relation between Uranium content and digital Landsat levels. This research can be considered as an important contribution to the classical geostatistical models because lets to increase model resolution in areas where sampling density is low getting valuable information from inaccessible areas using remote sensing higher spatial variability
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SOUTH ASIA: A PARADIGM OF SUBORDINATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Dr. Mohammad Israr Khan Entrepreneurship is the human intellect in action. It is such a highly valued characteristic of humankind that in the absence of it a few things new could have happened. Gender dimension of entrepreneurship, however, like any other discourses on socio-economic space of women-men continuum, manifests the same personal and collective dichotomies and hierarchies which the debate on development fails to address satisfactory. This article discusses the issue of women entrepreneurship in an ideological frame and aims at the exposition of the reality of the social, economic and policy environment of the market economies like those of South Asia which not only influence and shape the change but also provide for the stability of the unequal and inequity oriented status quo.
The Companies Act 2013: The Coveted Development Tool in Modern Globalised Era published in

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Ms. Madhulika Bhargava The new Companies Act 2013 is being recognised as Landmark legislation. It has been warmly accepted by the modern era organisations and specially those, who have to implement it. The main aim of this new act, almost a 10 year rigorous exercise, is to change the focus on raising the bar on governance and in a elaborated form and intend to deal with relevant themes such as investor protection, fraud mitigation, corporate social responsibility, auditor accountability, reporting framework, director responsibility and efficient restructuring. This is expected to make changes in Indian corporate law in the context of the changing economic, social and business environment. In todays globalised era, this would make Indian corporate environment more transparent, simple and acceptable. The former act being 50 years old was facing hassle in handling challenges of growing industries and the interests of the increasing class of sophisticated stakeholders. The objective of this paper is to highlight the changes, specifically in reporting and auditing practices such as board reports, internal financial control, higher auditor accountability etc. The data for this purpose was collected from secondary resources such as the bare act and other reports. This paper further discusses the practical perspectives of such change in Companies Act with respect to actual implementation.
4G Wireless Technology published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
S. Atchaya | S. Selvanayaki | S. Deepika Mobile Communication has been developed rapidly since last few decades. The growth of the wireless broadband technologies in the modern years was the answer of increasing demand for mobile Internet and wireless multimedia application such as live TV, live Movies, video conferencing etc. Mobile communication plays a vital role in telecommunication industry. During a common wide area radio access technology and supple network architecture WiMAX and LTE has facilitate convergence of mobile and fixed broadband network S. Atchaya | S. Selvanayaki | S. Deepika"4G Wireless Technology" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10712.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/10712/4g-wireless-technology/s-atchaya
Factors Influencing Deviant Behaviour Among Adolescents published in

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Ms. M. Reena Rebellow The adolescents of today are the hope of tomorrow. The energy and the intelligence possessed by the present generation were surprising the people in their middle age and old age. In reality however, many people have started to express their grievances toward the behaviour of the adolescents. The deviant thought and behaviour exhibited by an adolescent influence their entire peer group and this further deteriorates their morality. It raises lot of questions about the factors responsible for these behaviours. The adolescents cannot be solely blamed for all the behaviours they exhibit rather the contributing factors for these deviant acts must be well checked and analysed. Features like educational system, family and parenting, peers, and social support system play a pivotal role in influencing the behaviours of the adolescents.
Factors Influencing Tax Avoidance Activity: An Empirical Study from Indonesia Stock Exchange published in

Indian-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (IPJAF)

Published by OMJP Alpha Publishing
Vinny Jingga Lina Lina This research aims to examine the influence of the firm characteristics to tax avoidance activity in the listed companies in Indonesia. This research uses the proxies of firm size, leverage, capital intensity, inventory intensity as the firm characteristics and return on asset and market-to-book ratio as control variables. The samples of this research consist of 158 firm-year observations from all industries which are listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange during 2010-2013. The samples are selected by using purposive sampling method through several specific sample criteria. The technique used to examine hypothesis is multiple regression analysis. The result of this research reveals that leverage has a positive influence towards tax avoidance activity, while the rest variables have no influence towards tax avoidance activity
Evaluation for genetic purity and diversity in isoenzyme?- Esterases of ten pearl millet hybrids (Pennisetum glaucum) published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.B. VAJA1, P.J. RATHOD2 AND M.K. MANDAVIA1 The prospective of biochemical marker like seed esterases, was investigated in the present study. Ten pearl millet hybrids (Pennisetum glaucum) genotypes were used to examine the suitability of esterases for characterization of pearl millet genotypes. Banding pattern at 9 DAG showed that band number1, 2 and 4 (Rm = 0.332 0.549 and 0.674) were present in all the hybrids. Band number 3 (Rm = 0.636) was present in six hybrids i.e. GHB-526, GHB-558, GHB-577, GHB-732, GHB-744 and GHB-757. Band number 5 (Rm = 0.728) was present in all hybrids except for GHB-538. Among the 10 genotypes studied, two could be differentiated from each other. Total 13 bands of esterase isozymes were observed at 3, 6 and 9 day after germination (DAG). Polymorphism was observed 75%, 100 per cent and 40 per cent at 3, 6 and 9 DAG, respectively. Genetic distance revealed that ten pearl millet hybrids fell into two main clusters A and B. The cluster A included two sub clusters A1 and A2. Sub-cluster A1 further divided in two sub-sub cluster A1a and A1b. A1a comprised of four hybrids i.e. GHB-526, GHB- 558, GHB-577and GHB-235, while A1b consisted of only one hybrid GHB-744. Sub cluster A2 comprised of three hybrids i.e. GHB-732, GHB-757 and GHB-316. Cluster B included two hybrids GHB-538 and GHB-719. Thus, results clearly indicated that highest similarity was found between hybrids GHB-732 and GHB-757 while lowest similarity was observed between hybrids GHB-538 and GHB-744
Client satisfaction with Primary Health Care services published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nikcy N M, Mrs. Jenifer D’Souza. Client satisfaction is an important quality indicator in the health care . The aim of the study was to assess the client satisfaction with patient care services provided at selected Primary Health Centres in Mangalore. Descriptive survey approach was adopted. Purposive sampling technique was used to select 100 sample. The results revealed that majority (76%) of the clients were satisfied with services provided at PHC. The clients were fully satisfied with accessibility (99.2%), immunization (96.6%), MCH (93.2%), family planning (90.1%), laboratory (98.9%) and general infrastructure of PHC. Clients were moderately satisfied in the areas of pharmacy (85.15%) and home visits of personnel (88%). Clients were satisfied with the communication skills (75.3%) and were unsatisfied with the basic health services (59.3%) and referral services (67.9%) . There was a significant association of satisfaction scores with clients age (?2=13.7) and number of previous visits (?2=4.1).
CONVENTIONAL SYNTHESIS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SOME NEW CHALCONES AND 2-PYRAZOLINES AS POTENTIAL ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mopidevi Venkateswara Rao1,*, Dr. Anjali Jha1, Dr. A. Vasudeva Rao2 and Dr. Ch. Prasad3 This paper describes the synthesis, characterization and biological evaluation of some new chalcones and 2-pyrazolines. Since these classes of compounds were reported to possess various biological activities, all of these compounds were screened for their antimicrobial activities against selected gram positive, gram negative and fungi strains.
Sistem Pendukung Keputusan Seleksi Penerima Beasiswa dengan Metode Weighted Product pada SMP Negeri 1 Parung Berbasis Web published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Petricia Oktavia Sistem pendukung keputusan sebagai sebuah sistem berbasis komputer yang membantu dalam proses pengambilan keputusan. Sistem pendukung keputusan sebagai sistem informasi berbasis komputer yang adaptif, interaktif, flaksibel, yang secara kusus dikembangkan untuk mendukung solusi dari permasalahan manajemen yang tidak terstruktur untuk meningkatkan kualitas pengambilan keputusan. Sistem pendukung ini membantu dalam proses pengambilan keputusan dalam seleksi penerima beasiswa di SMP Negeri 1 Parung. Pada sistem pendukung keputusan ini diperlukan kriteria-kriteria untuk menentukan siapa yang akan dipilih untuk menerima beasiswa. Dalam pembangunan sistem pendukung keputusan ini penulis menggunakan metode Weighted Product sebagai metode pengambilan keputusan. Metode Weighted Product ini dipilih karena merupakan penjumlahan terbobot untuk mencari penjumlahan terbobot dari rating kinerja pada setiap alternatif pada semua atribut. Maka hasil keputusan pemilihan beasiswa yaitu pada alternatif ke 2 dari 5 alternatif dengan nilai 0.2104.
ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF LEAF EXTRACT OF EICHHORINIA CRASSIPES AGAINST GANODERMA LUCIDUM CAUSING BASAL STEM ROT DISEASE IN COCONUT TREE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
D. Deepatharshini and Ananthi Elango* Coconut wilt pathogen was isolated from basal stem and rhizosphere soil of coconut tree and identified as Ganoderma lucidum on the basis of its morphological and cultural characteristics. Use of plant extract is one of the most promising effective, safe and eco friendly method to eradicate the pathogens from soil. The aim of the present study to investigate the antifungal activity of Eichhorinia crassipes against Ganoderma lucidum at two concentrations (150 mg/ml and 300 mg/ml). Among these concentrations, 300mg/ml was found to be most effective inhibitory activity. Flucanozole (25?g/disc) was used as standard for this study.
The Influence Of Zn2+ on Growth and Characterization of L-Cysteine Hydrochloride Monohydrate Nlo Single Crystals published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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K. Ramachandra Rao, P.V.Prasad, Ch.Satya Kamal, T.K.V. Rao, T Samuel and S.Rajya Lakshmi The influence of transition metal Zn2+ on the L-Cysteine Hydrochloride monohydrate (L-Cys.HCl.H2O), a nonlinear optical single crystal hasbeen studied through XRD, HRXRD, FT-IR, UV-Vis and SHG. A close observation of FT-IR and HRXRD profiles of doped and undoped samples showed some minor structural variations.FT-IR spectra also reveal that S-H and C-S functional groups are involved in Zn coordination through S-ligand in L-Cys.HCl.H2O. A HRXRD and UV-Vis study infers the good crystalline perfection and high optical transparency. The nonlinear optical efficiency estimation was done by Kurtz technique of grown crystal, which was 1.3 times that of standard KDP
Oxidative Stress in Paediatric Patients With Diabe-tes Mellitus Type 1 and Relationship With Glucemic Levels published in

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology (IJCPT)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Dalyla Alonso Rodrguez1*,Ela Moreno Tellez2,Yanet Alarcon Martinez3, Frank Medina Ali4 This study was made in paediatric patients affected by diabetes mellitus type 1. Fasting blood samples were obtained to determine glucose, bilirrubin, uric acid, ascorbic acid, ceruloplasmin , albmin and LDLox lev-els. We found high levels of LDL ox and glycemia, and low levels of the rest of the antioxidants. We conclude that oxidative stress was present in these patients
Serum Ferritin Levels in Patients of BetaThalassaemia Major, Receiving Repeated Blood Transfusion published in

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Devaki R N, Harisha S A, Shree Harsha V, Vinod Kumar H R, Poojitha K Beta thalassaemia is a genetically inherited blood disorder that is oftenmanaged with chronic blood transfusions, typically every 15 to 25days depending upon the severity of anaemia.Regular blood transfusions, ineffective erythropoiesis and increased gastrointestinal iron absorption lead to iron overload in the body. The management of the iron overload is very important in these patients, requires the administration of iron chelatorsfrequently and evaluation of serum ferritin levels at regular intervals for the management assessment. In the present study serum ferritin levels of the patients with betathalassaemia major were measured. Majority of the patients revealed very high ferritin levels, i,e1969.69 ng/ml (SD 1195.706) ng/mland controls was only 83.75 (SD 25.968) ng/ml.These levels reflects inadequate chelation and vulnerability to develop iron overload related complications. Role of serum ferritin levels in thalassaemia is essential, because improvement in transfusion therapy in Beta thalassemia major patients, transfusion haemosiderosis has now become the major cause late morbidity and mortality.
Nutrition & Dietetics Services for Assessing Adolescents Anthropometric status in Saudi Arabia published in

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Aljaaly, Elham, Khalifa, Nahlaa Understanding and addressing the components and services of nutritional status of adolescents, particularly anthropometry in clinical settings, are important constituents of clinical care. This study aimed to evaluate dietetic services concerning anthropometry in adolescent group. A service evaluation questionnaire based survey conducted in ten general hospitals in Jeddah city, Saudi Arabia. Results showed that seven hospitals have separate independent dietetic departments. Three hospitals have divisions of adolescent medicine and 70% of dietetic departments; provide services to adolescents such as growth and development, weight problems and for diabetic patients. Tools of anthropometry are measured height/weight, circumferences and Body Composition Analysers. Reference data for comparison are international reference standardsand not Saudi Reference Data.The study evaluates Jeddah anthropometry services; identify methods enablers and barriers, particularly for adolescents. We predict that this study will provide bases for the services of anthropometric assessment that could improve services provided for adolescents.
Vaishvikaran Aur Bharatiy Samaj published in

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Dr. Chitra Sharma, Dr. Anil Shrivastava -
THE CONCEPT OF DISPLACEMENT SHOWN IN THE NOVELS OF AMITAV GHOSH published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Ramesh Mamidala (M A (Eng Litt.), Ph D Scholar, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana State) Representing multicultural communities and the resultant displacement in any book by the writers is a matter of quest and an urgent question in Diasporic literatures to get an answer for. There are certain ubiquitous and mundane characteristics and also some contradictions among the people, nations, groups, or continents. Nation has been considered as a form of “restrictively imagined collectivities” (Anderson 147) by Amitav Ghosh in “A correspondence on provincializing Europe”. I am presenting Amitav Ghosh as one such novelist who brought it in his novels and through the imaginary characters displaying the notion of nation. He depicts in his novels the confinement, displacement, struggles, inner conflicts faced by the characters after they leave their native place to faraway lands in search of livelihood. During the stay by the protagonists in the faraway lands, they face the most distressing inner conflicts reminiscing heartbreakingly, wishing to meet their dear ones, and longing to go back to their native lands. In this article, I present Amitav Ghosh as a perfect example of diaspora writer who uses the platform to divulge multiculturalism and its aftermath. The reader would feel surprised and keep on surmising at the beginning but feel convinced later that Ghosh’s way of presenting the protagonists is truly a revelation of the effects of displacement. The scope of the article is to present an analysis of the novels of Ghosh and keep the reader speculating further researching on it. This article deals with the writing of Amitav Ghosh and how he treats these problems in representing the encounter between different ethnicities and cultures.
Composition Dependent Structural and Optical Properties of Mn Doped ZnO Nanoparticles published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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S. Kanchana, K. Pushpanathan, Suhashini Ernest This article deals with the preparation and characterization of manganese doped zinc oxide nanopowder. Prepared samples were examined by means of x-ray diffractometer, scanning electron microscope, ultraviolet-visible spectrometer, fourier transform infrared spectrometer, and photoluminescence spectrometer to study effect of manganese doping on crystalline size, microstructure, optical properties and energy gap. X-ray diffraction study confirmed the incorporation of manganese ion in place of zinc ion without disturbing the basic hexagonal wurtzite structure of zinc oxide nanocrystal. The average grain size was calculated from the X-ray line broadening and it was found increase for manganese doped samples as compared to undoped zinc oxide. Scanning electron microscope image also confirmed the existence of nano size particle. It is found that the energy gap of the doped zinc oxide decreases with increase of manganese content. Study on photoluminescence properties confirmed the substitution of manganese in zinc oxide through the blue emission in 450-490 nm range.
Study the Epidemiology of Paediatric Keratoconus and its Association with Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis published in

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Dr. Rupal Bhatt, Dr. Kamini Prajapati INTRODUCTION: Keratoconus is a disorder that produce marked thinning and conical shape of the cornea. When keratoconus manifest in childhood i.e.less than 18 years of age , it is known as paediatric keratoconus or Adolescence keratoconus ( between 10 to 19 years of age) Paediatric keratoconus have unique characteristics by which it differs from adult keratoconus its presentation , progress , biomechanical rigidity of the cornea and its association with allergy and eye rubbing. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES : - To study the difference between adult and paediatric keratoconus - Severity of keratoconus at the time of presentation in paediatric patients. - Progression of disease - Association with ocular allergy (VKC) MATERIAL AND MATHOD : 80 eyes of 40 pt. With confirm diagnosis of keratoconus where study for stage of keratoconus at the time of diagnosis ,its progress at 3 months and 6 months and its association with allergy (Vernal KeratoConjunctivitis VKC ).Diagnosis and progression were confirmed by clinical examination, refraction, topography and Pentacam RESULTS : - Out of 40 pt. 28 pt were below 19 years of age (70%) - 24 male: 16 female pt. - 30 bilateral: 10 unilateral - From 28 paediatric pts. 8 pt.(28.5%) present at stage 3 KC (PentacamKK-stage 3)15 pt. at stage 2 KC (53.5%) and 5 pt at stage 1 KC(17.85%) - 7 adult pt present at stage 2(58.3%) and 5 pt. at stage 1(41.6%) - 90% peadiatric pt(25 pt.) show progression while only 6 adult pt. (50%) show progression of disease at 6 month . - 20 peadiatric pt. Associated with ocular allergy (71.4%) - 6 adult pt. (50%) associated with ocular allergy CONCLUSION : In children Keratoconus was significantly more severe at diagnosis as compare to adult Paediatric keratoconus have higher rate and speed of progression Children with keratoconus have more co-existing Vernal KeratoConjunctivitis (VKC),children with keratoconus require early intervention to halt the progression and prevent visual disability.
DEVELOPING FOR TRANSDERMAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES ON A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Chalakanti. Suryakumari*, A. Anusha, P. Anitha. Over the past decades, developing controlled drug delivery has become increasingly important in the pharmaceutical industry. Today about 74% of drugs are taken orally and are found not to be as effective as desired. To improve such characters transdermal drug delivery system was emerged. Transdermal drug delivery represents one of the most rapidly advancing areas of novel drug delivery. Trans dermal drug delivery system was introduced to overcome the difficulties of drug delivery through oral route. A transdermal patch is medicated adhesive patch that is placed on the skin to deliver a specific dose of medication through the skin and into the blood stream. With the advent of new era of pharmaceutical dosage forms, transdermal drug delivery system (TDDS) established itself as an integral part of novel drug delivery systems. The present article reviews the polymers suitable to be formulated as transdermal system, advantages, and disadvantages of formulation design.
1,3-Dipolar cycloaddition of azomethine ylide from Phtaloylimidophenylalanyl-2-hydroxymethylaziridine published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Assia Keniche, Wassila Drici, Mohamed Zakaria Slimani, Abdelmoumen Mezrai and Joseph Kajima Mulengi* Phtaloylimidophenylalanyl-2-hydroxymethylaziridine has been used as a starting material to yield azomethine ylide through thermal opening and was then involved into 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition reactions. Different five-membered adducts were obtained and were fully identified. The latter might be considered useful starting materials for further functionalization to provide novel compounds of biological interest.
Health Benefits of Spices (Review) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Sanjay Sharma The spices and condiments are natural plant or vegetable products, used for imparting flavor, aroma and piquancy to foods and also for seasoning of foods, beverages like soups. Usually spices are used during preparation of dish and condiments are used at the serving table to enhance the taste. Spices have ability to change and enhance the character of food. Spices and condiments have a special significance in various ways in human life because of its specific flavours, taste, and aroma. Spices and condiments were some of the most valuable items of trade in the ancient and medieval world. India is one of the major spice producing and exporting countries. Also used in traditional medicines, these have been a part of healing remedies for centuries. Modern medicines too have begun to study the power of these herbs and spices and validated several usefulness in heart health include coriander seeds,turmeric,black peeper,cinnamon,fenugreek seeds, black cumin seeds ,ginger and garlic.Spices are also used to create health promoting products. The active components in the spices phthalides, polyacetylenes, phenolic acids, flavanoids, coumarines, triterpenoids, serols and monoterpenes are powerful tools for promoting physical and emotional wellness
TECHNOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL AND LOGICAL SKILLS OF SCHOOLCHILDREN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Neylya Tavafovna Akhmadeyeva The paper studies the technological approaches in training. In the process of use of technological approaches for development of educational and logical skills develop intellectual qualities and striving for creative activity. This work helps children learn how to allocate the main thing in a studied material, analyze, generalize and systematize the selected information, to find the most rational methods of solving theoretical and practical problems, to perceive critically the results and apply them in the future.
OPTIMIZATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL SUBSTANCE PRODUCTION BY STREPTOMYCES RW2-3 STRAIN ISOLATED FROM SEA WATER published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Aruna V and Rajan S* Aim: To optimize the process parameters for enhanced production of bioactive metabolites by Streptomyces RW2-3. Materials: Agar well diffusion assay was employed to study the effect of environmental parameters such as incubation period, pH, temperature and influence of various nutrients such as carbon and nitrogen source and minerals on the bioactive metabolites production by Streptomyces RW2-3. Results: Optimized and better antibacterial metabolite production was noted when the test actinobacteria was inoculated on M14 medium. The other components like maltose, beef extract and incoculum concentration was needed at 2% concentration. pH of the medium is adjusted with pH 7 and incubated for 7 days at 27?C. As the strain exhibited potent antimicrobial activity it may be explored for biotechnological purposes. Conclusion: Result of the present study concluded that Streptomyces RW2-3 produced higher quantum of antimicrobial substances.
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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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PREVALENCE OF GOITER (IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDER) AMONGST SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN IN INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Urvashi Mehlawat* Aim: Iodine is an essential micronutrient required for normal human growth and development as it is needed for the synthesis of thyroid hormones produced by thyroid glands. The deficiency of Iodine leads to a number of Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD). In India by, 167 million people are at risk of IDD, 54.4 million people have goiter, and 8.8 million people have IDD-related mental / motor handicaps. Therefore, the present review article aims to assess the prevalence of Goiter (Iodine Deficiency Disorders) amongst school age children in India to generate more scientific evidence which would help in further research in this context. Methods: Globally, India has the largest number of children born vulnerable to iodine-deficiency. School age children are an especially useful population group for the assessment of IDD, both because of their physiological vulnerability and their accessibility through schools. To collect the relevant scientific evidence for the present review article, databases such as pub med, Google scholar were accessed. Results: The scientific findings reveal that in India the highest prevalence of Goiter amongst school age children is in Karnataka (30%) followed by Himachal Pradesh (Kullu-23.4%; Kangra-15.8%). Conclusion: Goiter is a major problem in developing countries like India but from the scientific evidence it can be concluded that overall, India is in a phase of transition from Iodine inadequacy to adequacy.
SIMULATION AND HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERLEAVED TECHNIQUE BASED DC - DC BUCK - BOOST CONVERTER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhishek Kumar Yadav *, Umayal C , Atul Fartiyal DC - DC converters has wide range of applications in renewable energy systems, hybrid systems, electric vehicles, fuel cells, and industries. Interleaved topology of dc - dc converter has capabilities of correcting power factor, decreasing input/output ripples , and increasing efficiency, and its specifications of capacitors an d inductors are reasonable with low voltage and current stress on switches and diodes. This paper presents MATLAB simulation and hardware model of dc - dc buck - boost converter based on interleaved technique. With a desired output prototype of 36V,4.16A and 150W from a fluctuating input supply of 26 to 43V, two interleaved buck and two interleaved boost converter are arranged in cascade connection with a damping circuit. Various specifications of components are derive dusing steady - state analysis and triggering pulses for MOSFETs are generate dusing PIC micro controller .
Intergrated Training Model of Business Skills for Kawedegan Farmers, Nganjuk-East Java Indonesia published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Lena Ellitan | Teodora Winda Mulia | Lodovicus Lasdi This research is motivated by the living conditions of smallholder forestry land in Kawedegan, Balonggebang, Gondang District, Nganjuk-East Java that besides the level of education is low, and also they do not have a fixed income. Perhutani land peasant farming sweet potatoes and crops. The objective of this study is to find out a model of skills training in an integrated effort as empowering farming communities in developing entrepreneurship skills. The approach used in the study is an action research. Research model of integrated business skills training for farmers as community empowerment are implemented through two forms of activity in two years. In the first year, the researchers conducted a qualitative exploration, and in the second year it will be proceed by doing experimental design. This paper focuses on the discussion of exploratory study with exploring and collecting information about the needs of development, specifically in the context of economic development in dusun kawedegan which are still dominated by the agricultural sector. Villagers in Kawedegan hope that the function and role of microfinance institutions is a venture capital provider. One of the outputs of this activity is the formation of Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) to enhance access to finance for smallholder land PERHUTANI. Smallholder land PERHUTANI seeks funding support to start developing a business independently. On 1 September 2013, MFIs in the form of a credit union (CU) was established in Kawedegan, Balonggebang Village, Gondang District, Nganjuk East Java. Credit union is one of the methodologies to create effective economic empowerment of the people as well as to establish trust and mobilize the grassroots base to support rural development programme. Lena Ellitan | Teodora Winda Mulia | Lodovicus Lasdi"Intergrated Training Model of Business Skills for Kawedegan Farmers, Nganjuk-East Java Indonesia" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9445.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-economics/9445/intergrated-training-model-of-business-skills-for-kawedegan-farmers-nganjuk-east-java-indonesia/lena-ellitan
Analysis on Women Expenditure Pattern & Purchasing Buying Behavior Spinster Vs Married women published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr (Ms) Mamta Vyas Today, women are equal partners in household expenditure. If they are married, they provide their share in household expenditure due to price hikes. In olden day women save her money because as it is psychology of men that they do not touch salary of women & easily managed their life financially. Today, women start earning at the age of 21. She is aware about managing her budget and saving for the future. At the same time women life style has been changed and she loves to spend money on its look or beauty, clothes , property and on electronics items and comfort products and services.
It is emotion and strength that we are conveying through music - Interview with maestra Keri-Lynn Wilson published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Adl FEKETE Conductor Keri-Lynn Wilson began her musical studies at a very young age. While other children were still learning how to talk, she first started her piano lessons at the age of three, completing her passion for music by gradually adding two other instruments: the violin and the flute. The first major success of the young flautist was her Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 21. Soon a new passion arrose: conducting, under the guidance of Otto-Werner Mueller at The Juilliard School of Music in New York. As a student also had the opportunity of being the assistant of Claudio Abbado at the Salzburg Festival. Since then, Keri-Lynn Wilson has worked with famous symphony orchestras and opera houses all over the world, such as: Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gewandhaus Orchestra, Simn Bolvar Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Staatsoper, Bolshoi Theatre, Arena di Verona, Israeli Opera. Returning to Cluj to once again conduct the great operatic masterpiece Tannhuser, the maestra agreed to sit down for an interview focusing on about a conductors life and work in the XXI century, her unique musical thinking, current and future projects and on the experience of conducting in Romania.
Detection of Viable but Nonculturable Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ground Beef by Propidium Monoazide real-time PCR published in

International Journal of Agricultural Science and Food Technology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Jehan Mahmoud Mahmoud Ouf, Yuan Yuan, Prashant Singh and Azlin Mustapha* Escherichia coli O157:H7 can enter into a viable but nonculturable (VBNC) state under stress conditions. Pathogens in this dormant state may escape detection if conventional methods are employed, and potentially pose serious threats to human health. Studies have shown that many intervention and preservation processes that are commonly used in the food industry may instead induce a VBNC state rather than kill the intended pathogens. This study aimed to detect whether E. coli O157:H7, an important and dangerous foodborne pathogen, could adapt to the stress caused by lactic acid exposure by entering the VBNC state. A propidium monoazide (PMA) quantitative PCR (qPCR) method was used for detection and quantifi cation of VBNC E. coli O157:H7 cells. The performance of this PMA-qPCR method was assessed using pure culture and ground beef samples inoculated with VBNC E. coli O157:H7 cells. The applied assay could detect as low as 103 CFU/mL VBNC E. coli O157:H7 in pure culture and 4 × 104 CFU/g VBNC cells in ground beef. Results indicate that PMA qPCR could accurately quantify E. coli O157:H7 in a VBNC state.
A Study on The Opinion of the Motivational Schemes Adopted by State Government in Selected Villages of Dindigul District. published in

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Dr. K. Amutha, Mrs. R. Subbammal The research paper was designed with the primary objective of finding out the opinion of the motivational schemes adopted by the state Government in selected villages of rural areas in and around Dindigul district. The study was conducted with 150 samples from different villages. The facilities available in the villages, the reach of the motivational schemes announced by the state government along with the ratings for each of the schemes was studied. The spending pattern of the people was also studied.
The Charming Life of Gay College Students published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
ROME B. MORALISTA, Ph.D. and GABRIEL C. DELARIARTE, Ed.D. This qualitative research investigate the charming life of gay college students of West Visayas State University-Calinog, Campus is largely focused on two domains or methodologies: feminist and emancipator research traditions, although there are many other form of qualitative inquiry. This article combines extensive participants observation and indepth group/individual semi-structured interviews with nine (9) gay men college students. The result of interview and observation suggested that the Gay college students are optimistic and capable of inspiring and comforting others; the way they talk, act, see things in life, is funny ways; and strong sense of humour make them charming; the language of gays are charming as a result of their creativity. It is recommended that the problematic people who understand gays may take them as therapy; the gays funny ways may entertain others so that gays who have innate talent to make people happy laugh, may join comedy bars for income and for fun. Finally, the creative gay language may enrich our language and thus, the understanding of this language may enrich knowledge and exposure to the colourful lives of gays.
Implementation of Brain Tumor Extraction Application from MRI Image published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Satish Chandra. B | Smt K. Satyavathi | Dr. Krishnanaik Vankdoth Medical image process is that the most difficult and rising field currently now a day. Process of MRI pictures is one amongst the part of this field. This paper describes the projected strategy to find & extraction of tumour from patients MRI scan pictures of the brain. This technique incorporates with some noise removal functions, segmentation and morphological operations that area unit the fundamental ideas of image process. Detection and extraction of tumor from MRI scan pictures of the brain is finished by victimization MATLAB software package Satish Chandra. B | Smt K. Satyavathi | Dr. Krishnanaik Vankdoth"Implementation of Brain Tumor Extraction Application from MRI Image" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15701.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/15701/implementation-of-brain-tumor-extraction-application-from-mri-image/satish-chandra-b
ACCOUNTING OF LONG-TERM CONSTRACTION CONTRACTS BASED ON TURKISH ACCOUNTING STANDARTS (TMS 11) published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Tunay Aslan Considering the long-term constructions, it is important to correctly define the project costs as well as profit/loss and relate these data with the corresponding period. There are two methods used in the accounting of long-term constructions: first one is the completed percentage method that has been used for years. The completion of whole or majority of the construction is mandatory in this method to evaluate profit/loss, revenue and costs. The second method is completion percentage technique that is also proposed by Turkish accounting standards TMS11. This method is based on periodicity where the start and finish times are involved in different time periods. Since the revenue and costs are distributed depending on the completion percentage, more trustworthy statements are formed. Therefore this paper includes the introduction of general information on construction, investigation of records with two methods and comparison
Teacher motivation and job satisfaction in senior high schools in the Tamale metropolis of Ghana published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Seniwoliba A. J. Undoubtedly the most precious asset of every society or organization is its human resource. For human capital to spawn appreciable impact on the socio-economic development, investment in education, training, learning, health and nutrition of people are essential. This reality implies that teachers occupy a central role in the social and economic development of their societies. Despite this role, knowledge about what motivate and satisfy teachers within the education industry is limited. This study therefore, sought to contribute to the sketchy knowledge about the underlying factors that are important to teachers, those that motivate and satisfy them and those that cause them to leave the teaching profession. To investigate the concerns therefore, a sample size of 178 respondents from seven (7) Public Senior High Schools in the Tamale Metropolis were interviewed using self administered questionnaires reaching 143 males and 35 female teachers. The main finding of the study is that salary, working conditions, incentives, medical allowance, security, recognition, achievement, growth, students' indiscipline, school policy and status were found to be the ten most important factors of motivation to teachers that could enhance, retain or cause them to leave. There was also the general perception of inequity among teachers when they compare themselves with their colleagues with the same qualifications, experience and responsibilities in non-teaching organizations and therefore feel unfairly treated as professional teachers. They were equally dissatisfied with their pay compared to their inputs (skills, ability, and work load) as espoused by Adams equity theory of motivation. The paper recommends that participatory management decision making processes should be adopted to help resolve the issues emanating from the research particularly relating to the intrinsic de-motivating factors which could be addressed by the top management of most Senior High schools. Keywords: Ghana, Human capital, Motivation, Job-satisfaction, Education, Teaching profession, Senior High School
THERMAL ANALYSIS OF EPOXY BASED BIO - COMPOSITES REINFORCED WITH JUTE PREFORMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neha Sah*, Alka Goel, Arun Kumar Chaudhary Jute is an important natural fibre occupying second place in economic importance only to cotton. More importantly it is a commodity on which many households in the country depend for their cash earnings. However, the contribution of jute fibres for technical ap plications is limited at present. In this research, the suitability of jute fiber when incorporated into epoxy matrix was studied in an investigative series of experiments with a view to widen the share of jute fibers for engineered applications. Composite specimens containing nonwoven jute mat and alkali treated short jute fibers with different weight percentages (1, 2 wt%) were prepared and subjected to thermal analysis in order to study the effect of fiber geometry on thermal behavior of composites .
Effectiveness of cooperative learning and language games in enhancing the writing competence of seven standard students of Aurangabad city published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Khandale S.B. In this study the investigator campares the Effectiveness of cooperative learning and language games in enhancing the writing competence in English language amonge the seven standard students of Aurangabad city.the experimental method was used for this study.Investigator m akes the programme & takes exericise for experimental group. The achivment level of the students is increased effectively by using cooperative learning & language game method. the students responded favourably towards learning through cooperative &language learning game.they like to learn other subjects by this method.according to them this mehods was easy to understand,easy to remember,more interesting and stress less.
IDENTIFICATION THE HEAT SOURCE DEPENDENT ON A SPATIAL VARIABLE, REGULARIZATION AND CONTROL OF NOISE LEVEL IN CASE PERTURBATION BY SPECTRAL TRUNCATION AND KRYLOV METHODS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ousmane Samba Coulibaly This paper deals with regularization and noise level control of source depending only on the spatial variable in the heat equation. In this problem, the Krylov method is employed to get the regularization solution and control noise level in case perturbation. Various numerical tests are given to verify the efficiency of the proposed method and until what point the method resist at the perturbations.
Study of Krimighna Effect of Dhup An Ayurvedic Dhoopana Product As A Rakshoghna Dhoopana By Sensitivity Method published in

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Dr. Sumitha L , Dr B.S.Prasad Air around us can get contaminated by millions of micro-organisms. Thus it carries a lot of significance to disinfect the area where we reside. The purpose of traditional fumigation techniques may be to reduce the microbial load to non pathogenic level. Which in turn result anticipation of many infectious diseases. In the present study an attempt is made to estimate sensitivity of Dhoopana of an indigenous fumigation formulation DHUP Taking all these into consideration, in present study an attempt is made to estimate bacterial sensitivity of Dhoopana, an indigenous fumigation formulation DHUP DHUP is prepared by making coarse powder of various herbal drugs. From Hi media laboratory artificial media of Staphylococcus aureus, salmonella abony and E-Coli were procured. 9 plates (3 each) containing bacteria was exposed for 5 minutes of Dhup dhoopana. Growths were observed for sensitivity after 24 hrs of incubation. For comparison paper Dhoopana was used as placebo. Result is found significant as Dhup Dhoopana showed remarkable antibacterial property against staphylococcus aureus, salmonella abony and E-coli by displaying maximum zone of clearance of 3mm, 2.6mm, and 2mm diameter respectively
PHARMACO-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THYROID DISORDERS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY AT RMMCH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. Ashwini1, N. Charan1, *P.Padmini1, P.Mahendravarman2, N. Junior Sundresh2. Pharmaco-epidemiology (PCE) can be defined as the study of use and effects of drugs in large groups of general population. Adverse drug reaction is a worldwide public health problem and an important cause of death and hospitalizations in developing and developed countries. It is a common but major cause of morbidity and mortality and affect patients in the hospital and community setting causing increase in hospital stay and unnecessary economic burden. To study the pharmacoepidemiology of thyroid disorders, a non-invasive, cross-sectional, prospective, observational study was conducted in Surgery department at Rajah Muthiah Medical College Hospital. A total 22 ADRs were reported out of 84 cases which were reported to have thyroid disorders from 1388 patients, having a prevalence of 6.05% during study period. Out of 84 patients, around 11% of the patients had family history of Thyroid disorder. Major triggering diseases like Cardiac effects, Diabetes Mellitus and co-morbidities of Thyroid disorders like Systemic Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus were reported. Patients were affected with Hypothyroidism, Solitary Nodular Goitre, Multi Nodular Goitre, Hyperthyroidism, Thyrotoxicosis, Graves Disease with Thyrotoxicosis & Colloid Goitre. Those patients were managed with Thyroxine, Thionamides, and ?-blockers simultaneously. Some of the patients were managed by either Hemithyroidectomy or Total thyroidectomy surgically. Most common side effects observed in this study were Heat Intolerance, Weight loss, Vomiting, Headache, Menstrual irregularities, Hypoglycaemia, Cold intolerance, Anemia. Categories of drugs causing ADRs are Thionamides, Anti-Diabetics, Thyroxine, Beta-blockers, Antibiotics, Anti-asthmatics, and Corticosteroids. ADRs were monitored by using the standards, developed and designed by CDSCO. Data thus obtained were analysed by using casualty assessment. The WHO scale, Naranjos Algorithm score and Hartwigs Severity Assessment Scale were used to evaluate ADRs. When causality of ADRs was assessed by Naranjo algorithm scale and it was found to be 36% probable,41% possible, 0% definite and 25% doubtful and WHO scale certain 0%, probable 35%, possible 45%, unlikely 10%, conditional 10% and unaccessable 5% and by Hartwigs Severity Assessment Scale mild 40.9%, moderate 27.2%, severe 31.8%. All ADRs were not toxic reactions and they were unpredictable.
Effect of Phytochemical Kaempferol on HCT-15 And Lymphocytes published in

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Chepuri Kalyani, Mangamoori Lakshmi Narasu, Yumnum Priyadarshini Devi Kaempferol is a flavonoid found abundantly in many plants. Many investigations revealed its anti-microbial, anti-cancer, cardio protective, anti-oxidant activities. In the present study, we screened the effect of kaempferol on human colon cancer cell line (HCT-15) and human normal lymphocytes at different concentrations. The morphological alterations were observed using microscopy and the cytotoxicity was evaluated by MTT assay. Kaempferol showed dose dependent antiproliferative activity on HCT-15 after 24hrs of incubation. The study was compared with chemotherapeutic drugs Doxorubicin and Cisplatin. The IC50 concentrations were found to be 120 ?g/ml , 50 ug/ ml and 25 ug/ml for Kaempferol, Doxorubucin and Cisplatin respectively. However, normal human lymphocytes were not affected with Kaempferol.

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