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Cosmos Journal of Engineering and Technology

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1 PRECAST CONCRETE FENCE PANEL WITH PLASTIC BOTTLES AND RICE HULLS , Neil Bryan P. Serapia
Wastes that are not properly managed, especially liquid and solid waste from households and the community, are serious health hazards and lead to the spread of infectious diseases. Thus, the researcher formulated a solution to make them useful in order to minimize the excessive generation of waste. This study aims to develop a Precast Concrete Fence Panel made from recycled plastic bottles and rice hulls ash to be used for commercial and industrial sites, livestock backyards, landscapes, pools, and ports. Specifically, the appropriate proportion of materials in its fabrication was also determined. Its performance quality in terms of hardness, compressive strength, specific gravity and absorption was tested. Moreover, its acceptability in terms of performance, durability and reliability was likewise determined. This study adopted the developmental-descriptive method of research. The design and fabrication of the Precast Concrete Fence Panel resulted in a product that permits light and air-flow, has a pivotal post, stackable and with added green material. The performance quality of the Precast Concrete Fence Panel in terms of hardness, compressive strength, specific gravity and absorption is within the acceptable standard range for concrete. The performance, durability and reliability of the Precast Concrete Fence Panel were highly acceptable to the evaluators. Keywords: Technology, Precast Concrete, Fence, Developmental-descriptive Method, Philippines.
2 THE PHYSICAL-MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ASPHALT MIXTURES FOR BITUMINOUS COATINGS PREPARED WITH A HIGH BLAST FURNACE GRANULATED SLAG FILLER FROM THE LIBERTY GALATI PLANT, ROMANIA , *Eng. Dana-Ramona Nanea **Prof. Dr. Ing. Gheorghe Gugiuman
Asphalt mixtures used for bituminous coatings consists of a homogeneous, compact mixture of natural aggregates agglomerated with bitumen. Replacing the natural filler with an artificial one, obtained as waste in the metallurgical industry, would lead to a saving of material and financial resources, being one of the methods of environmental conservation by conserving the relief, protecting localities from noise produced in stone quarries, reusing a waste material. The processing of granular blast furnace slag from Liberty Galati plant, country of Romania, into filler and their subsequent use in the preparation of asphalt mixtures, leads to obtaining favourable results on two of the most currently used types, AC16surf50/70 and AC22.4bin50/70. The appreciation of the behaviour of the asphalt mixture prepared with blast furnace slag filler compared to a standard, leads to the conclusion that the mixture is correctly dimensioned and will withstand physical and mechanical factors. Keywords: Asphalt Mixture, Blast Furnace Slag Filler.
3 RESEARCH REGARDING THE USE IN ROAD TECHNIQUE OF BITUMINOUS SCHIST FROM ROMANIA  , * Eng. Dumitru-Dragos Hanganu **Prof. Dr. Ing. Gheorghe Gugiuman
The use of bituminous schist is imposed by a significant increase in the price of bituminous binders, simultaneously with the gradual degradation of the road network in Romania, as well as with the increase of motorization and, therefore, the limitation of rehabilitation possibilities due to high costs. By incorporating bituminous schist into the asphalt mixture, a significant reduction in the amount of bitumen conventionally used is achieved, a binder that is currently only imported. Also, given the progressive increase in demand for asphalt mixtures, and consequently for road bitumen, correlated with the quantitative and qualitative deficit of this essential material in road works, highlighted the importance of use in the preparation of bituminous mixtures of unconventional components, such as bituminous schist. Considering that the only norm based on which the technological recipes for asphalt mixtures with bituminous sand are made underwent the last modifications in 1985, one of the specific objectives of the doctoral thesis was to update the technical specifications contained in the norm in order to streamline the process. associated with these mixtures and for a better national implementation of these practices. Without this long-awaited review, the use of this unconventional material would become more difficult, although it has both technical, economic and environmental benefits. This report presents studies performed on experimental and theoretical activities, undertaken in order to acquire new knowledge on the specified materials, respectively the crushing sand used in the preparation of asphalt mixtures, based on observations, tests and interpretation of laboratory results, which, based on some already existing knowledge will lead to a significant improvement of the knowledge of applicability of these materials in a specific field, respectively that of construction materials. Regarding the studies on bituminous schist, it is proposed to continue the research by preparing different types of technological recipes for asphalt mixtures where the classic sand is replaced with bituminous shale crushing sand and determining the physical-mechanical characteristics by laboratory tests. Keywords: Bituminous Schist, Asphalt Mixtures, Bitumen.
4 SIMULATION AND MODELLING OF TIME FREQUENCY , *Ekansh Agarwal
The present paper deals with the Time frequency and its simulation with case arrays. The wavelet switch is winding up being a significantly accommodating instrument in sign and picture assessment, with a few studies shown in regards to the issue. The assessment of the issue of mix of information and correspondence propels (ICT) with packaging industry and ICT for making present day sharp packaging was showed up. Keywords: Time Frequency, Simulation.
5 EFFECT OF PANDEMIC COVID-19 ON ECONOMIC CRISIS AND HEALTH ISSUES GLOBALLY , *Deepshikha Khari *Varsha Sharma **Dr. Nidhi Agarwal
We are facing a global crisis- one that is killing people, spreading human suffering and upending people’s lives. But this is more than a health crisis. It is human, economic and social crisis. The only way is to begin strategizing about the actions a country must take now to emerge from the crisis for the better. Social distancing, self-isolation and travel restrictions have lead to a reduced workforce in economic sectors and caused many jobs to be lost. Schools have closed down, and the need for commodities and manufactured products has decreased, need for medical supplies have significantly increased. Keywords: Strategizing, Economy, Remote Learning, Social Distancing.
6 PRELUDE OF SECURITY DISPENSATION IN WEB TECHNOLOGY , *Dr. Puneet Kumar
The paper discusses about the security aspects with web services. Security is a building hinder that is proposed to be utilized as a part of conjunction with other Web Services and application particular conventions; to suit a wide assortment of security models. Security does not claim to give a total answer for securing Web administrations. The XML mark and XML encryption details give standard techniques to carefully marking and scrambling XML archives including SOAP messages. Not exclusively would whole be able to reports be marked or scrambled, yet in addition singular parts. Security characterizes how XML signature information can be incorporated into a SOAP message. This gives steady classification past a solitary SOAP correspondence. Keywords: Security, Technology, XML, SOAP
7 RE-ENGINEERING EXPERT SYSTEM POWERED BY MACHINE LEARNING , *Utkarsh Dev
This paper explores an approach to building an adaptive expert system and machine learning power many technologies today related to online education system to health care system in an environment of human- computer collaboration. Components of an adaptive system are identified, with an emphasis on the mechanisms that enable adaptive behavior to occur. Knowledge representation in a rule-based, object- orientated expert system is described through the establishment of appropriate relationships utilizing heuristic rules, objects, and agents. The experimental expert system with machine learning displays low level learning capabilities that show sufficient promise to warrant further research. Keywords: Expert System, Machine Learning, Knowledge Representation, Objects, Powered, Human- Computer Collaboration.
8 PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC , *Luxmi Yadav **Sonika Devi ***Neha Vaidh ****Shikha Sharma
The never seen virus in past 100 years named Coronavirus (COVID - 19) is growing exponentially in the world. Doctors, Healthcare workers, Police, Cleaners are working day and night in treating the patients of the COVID-19. Scientists, Doctors, and researchers are working on developing of the vaccine of the COVID-19. More than 7 million people are affected with the virus and more than 3 million have died due to this. Keywords: COVID-19, Coronavirus, Diseases, Economic, School, Children.
9 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN FINANCIAL ACUMEN: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES , *Shiv Ranjan **Dr. Ruchika Gupta ***Dr. Anish Gupta
Businesses, more than ever, are faced with rapid change, disruption, and intensified expectations. Your managers, emerging leaders, individual contributors, and leaders, many of whom have no business or financial background, need to fully understand the implications of their business decision-making and how they can directly affect your company’s performance metrics and drive for shareholder value. Technology advances especially data analysis and artificial intelligence can further play an important role for decision making on financial analytics based on machine learning but final decision would be taken by human being. For that such a training module will help to make rational financial decision. Further Analyses of impact of financial market anomalies and personality traits on financial decision making, so that financial acumen will improve and new methods of financial acumen will develop for the betterment of the individuals and the society. This study will analyze how individuals processes financial information in their brain and how & what decisions arise within the brain. So that we will able to develop such a training module based on Artificial Intelligence which will minimizes the impact of biases and improves the decision making of an individual, whether investor or advisor or manager. Keywords: Financial Acumen, Artificial Intelligence, Psychological Biases, Financial Decision, Natural Language Generation.
10 USE OF LIPID LOWERING AGENTS AND RISK OF GALLSTONE FORMATION, A HOSPITAL BASED CASE CONTROL STUDY , *Muhammad Islam ** Asaf Khan
Disease of gallbladder is commonly manifested as gallstone and gallbladder cancer. It is a common and costly clinical condition in the adult population of Pakistan. Gallstone is a disease which is unease serious health for human being, and millions of people are affected throughout the world and in Pakistan recently increasing in quantitative number of gallstone cases in all over Pakistan.Keywords: BMI, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Smoking, Obesity
11 IS THE NOVEL CORONA VIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMIC? , *Dr. Bhawna
As the COVID - 19 spreads far and wide and over each nation of the world. Mankind's history is watching an exceptionally weird time or a cytokine storm. This is the point at which a disease triggers your safe framework to flood your circulation system incendiary proteins called cytokines. They can murder tissue and harm your organs or a cytokine storm. This is the point at which a disease triggers your insusceptible framework to flood your circulatory system provocative proteins called cytokines. They can execute tissue and harm your organs battling an undetectable adversary the novel COVID-19 Corona infection. Initially it was seen in the Wuhan region of China currently fastly spreading everywhere on over the world. The paper deals that as this pandemic is new and less logical material is accessible on the point. Various paid diaries and organizations are without offering materials distributes about the Corona infection. Here in the short audit we will examine the articles about Corona infection. Keywords: Corona, Virus, COVID-19, Pandemic, Education
12 CLOUD COMPUTNG AND ITS LAYERED SECURITY APPROACH , *Divyanshu Dixit **Dr. R.S. Parihar
This paper methodically shows different research issues identified with Cloud computing examination. Numerous Researchers and associations have endeavored to characterize Cloud computing in various ways. The reason for a layered security approach is to ensure that each individual safeguard component has a reinforcement to counter any defects or holes in different protections of security. Keywords: Cloud Computing, Security Issues.
13 EXAMINATION OF CONCRETE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH WITH RICE HUSK ASH (RHA) AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT UNDER DIFFERENT CURING CONDITIONS , *Rashid Kamran **Yawar Ali **Muhammad Adil Khan **Asjad Javed ***Ibraheem Kamra
Rice crop is largely harvested in Pakistan each year and produces huge amount of Rice Husk (RH), contaminating the environment following their removal as by-product in Food Industries. The ashes produced during the burning of Rice Husk are known as Rice Husk Ash (RHA). RHA is capable of modifying its natural properties to Pozzolanic properties at high temperatures. This research paper explicitly demonstrates astonishing results of testing concrete mix samples with intervention of RHA as partial substitution of cement in with varying proportion under different curing conditions (Water, Sulphuric acid and Hydrochloric acid) that one may evaluate concrete compressive strength. Keywords: Concrete, Rice Husk Ash (RHA), Compressive Strength Comparisons, Durability, Curing Conditions.
14 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 4.0 IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS , *Rohit Kenge **Dr. Zafar Khan
Today the supply chain has evolved tremendously from a fixed job of a bridge between sales and production functions with a focus on raw material supply to product manufacturing lines and finish goods dispatch to the final consumer to an independent function with a separate hierarchy. The SCM focus has adopted the upgraded planning methods such as integrated S&OP and outsourced logistics. Further, the world has seen continuous wealth shift towards the rural areas over the past few years and the online product purchase is rapidly increasing due to the buyer’s trust in communication transparency and easy much option access. To adapt to these trends SCM requires being faster, granular, and precise. The Supply chain efficiency can be increased by up-gradation with new technology and eliminating the waste in the process. We studied the step by step SCM 4.0 implementation process to achieve the SCM 4.0 application benefits like global inventory and lead time reduction with the help of digitized material planning, order fulfilment, and forecast accuracy. We have analyzed the key six value SCM 4.0 enablers as improvement levers that will generate a change in capital cost, manufacturing agility, and service are planning, physical flow, performance management, order management, collaboration, and strategy. Further, We carried a pilot study on SCM 4.0 implementation with current state mapping of value chain identified the wastage like manual data capturing, manual planning based on gut filling, low service levels, and high inventory that can be prevented or eliminated by the effective SCM 4.0 application. Also, We noted that SCM 4.0 deployment face some problems like training needs and skilled talent, senior leadership involvement, change management, and small and medium business needs tailor-made solutions. Keywords: SCM 4.0, Cloud, Digitization, Digital Waste, Big-Data.
15 MATHEMATICS IN THE MODERN WORLD AS A SCIENCE OF PATTERNS WITH AN INTEGRATION OF OUTCOME BASED TEACHING- LEARNING APPROACHES , *Roldan C. Bangalan **Jocelyn B. Hipona
Background and Objective: Mathematics in the Modern World (MMW) is one of the general education courses in the New General Education Curriculum (NGEC) in higher education institutions in the Philippines. Awareness of students’ experiences and attitude toward this new course is necessary for the improvement of instruction. Methods and Findings: A total of 109 first year college students were administered with a questionnaire to find out their attitude toward mathematics and a set of open-ended questions regarding their realizations and challenges encountered in MMW class. Results show that students exhibited positive attitude toward Mathematics in the Modern World. Students recognized the importance of mathematics in one’s life and in the society. Conclusion: Students thrive well in a learning environment that fosters exploration, creativity, collaboration, love and respect. With this, every student will begin to like, do, and love mathematics, then succeed. Keywords: Mathematics in the Modern World, New General Education Curriculum, Attitude towards Math, Challenges in Math Class.
16 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT WITH PYTHON PROGRAMMING , *Utkarsh Dev
The PEP cycle is the essential instrument for proposing major new highlights, for gathering criticism on an issue, and for reporting the design choices that have gone into Python. Outstanding PEPs are remarked and explored by the Python Community. As of March 2017, Python is the fifth most mainstream language. In this paper, an investigation discusses on Python discovered it to be more profitable than traditional dialects for critical thinking including string control and search in a word reference. The social news organizing site Reddit is composed totally in Python. Python has been utilized in Artificial Intelligence errands. Python is frequently utilized for Natural Language preparing errands. Numerous Linux disseminations use installers written in Python. Python has additionally broad use in Information Security Industry. The Raspberry Pi single-board PC venture has begun utilizing Python as its principle client programming language. Keywords: Python, PEP, Language, Information.
17 AN EXAMINATION OF GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE PATTERNS A CASE STUDY OF WAK OYA AREA, SRI LANKA , *Ranjana U K Piyadasa **Chathurangi Gunasekara
Radon, is a natural radioactive element that can be found on water, soil and rock. Radon can be used to identify the ground and surface water system for protect the ground water recharge areas. Wak oya is one of the streams starts from Labugama-Kalatuwawa forest reserve which contribute the birth of many water ways. The main aim of this study is identifying the discharge difference between ground and surface water and study the changes in land use pattern in Wak oya catchment area to identify the changes in ground and surface water system in the area. These data can be used to protect the recharge area. Nine stream samples and five well water samples were analyzed for radon ( 222Rn) using RAD Aqua system, which transfer dissolve radon in the water samples to the air within the circuit. Land use changes of the study area analyze using remote sensing data, satellite images and land use data from Survey Department of SL. Radon concentration in the water samples studied varies between 1979 +/- 150,3260 +/- 150, and 7690 +/- 160,15900 +/- 182 surface and ground water respectively. Measurements can be concluded that there is significant difference between radon concentrations of surface and well water. The differences in radon concentrations are used to detect interactions between surface water and ground water. Keywords: Geology, Groundwater, Radon, Radioactivity, Surface Water.
18 CAPTURING MUTUAL COUPLING EFFECTS BETWEEN AN INTEGRATED CIRCUIT CHIP AND CHIP PACKAGE USING EMI , *Sudhir Kumar Mishra
In particular, one of the difficulties looked by submicron coordinated circuit architects is the issue of parasitic impacts from the interconnect wiring between a semiconductor bite the dust or chip and a chip bundle, e.g., chip-bundle coupling. This paper deals that all the more particularly, the association between a semiconductor kick the bucket or chip when bundled utilizing flip chip innovation can cause a noteworthy parasitic coupling impact between the chip and the bundle because of the way that the chip and bundle (bind knocks and the main bundle metal layer) are situated in nearness. A chip is semiconductor material, e.g., silicon, in which a coordinated circuit is framed, and a chip bundle is the substrate whereupon the chip, or chips, is mounted, e.g., a fired overlay bundle, or printed circuit board. The chip bundle gives a methods for interfacing the inside chip parts to outside hardware. The chip-bundle coupling has turned into a main consideration in effectively foreseeing execution of the coordinated circuit on the chip. Keywords: EMI, Circuit, Chip, Integrated.
19 GENDER EQUALITY AND PARTICIPATION IN POLICY MAKING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA AND AFGHANISTAN , *Mohammad Qais Rezvani **Prof. Nirmala Chaudhary ***Dr. Ragif Huseynov ****Vikram Singh
The paper deals with the gender equality and participation in policy making with special reference to India and Afghanistan. Gender inequality is the most persistent and pervasive global problem of the 21st century militating against the attainment of sustainable development in patriarchal societies. Thus, the research focused on analyzing how society perceives the concept of gender equality, participation and women empowerment, factors that militate against the achievement of gender equality in the society and its role in sustainable development. In gathering information, the study based on theoretical concepts and also develop a framework based on an in-depth literature study. The paper ties the theoretical interpretation of current various knowledge sources used by farmers to the conceptual model system. Basically, in this paper, we have studied policies and review quality research papers on the topic gender equality and participation in policy making with special reference to India and Afghanistan. And the source of information gathers based on secondary information and interpret gathered information on basis of websites of government and organizations India and Afghanistan. The findings of this paper indicate that gender equality has positive economic consequences in decision-making, it improves gender participation in community development programmes and leads to healthy families and increased food productivity. When women are highly qualified, more responsible and less corruptible, this causes efficiency gains to emerge. The paper concluded that gender equality, participation and women empowerment are essential tools in the achievement of reduction of discrimination which help to increase efficiency and consequence to sustainable development in both countries India and Afghanistan. Keywords: Gender Equality, Gender Participation, Policy Making, Afghanistan, India.
20 EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION AND ATTITUDE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AMONG GRADUATING STUDENTS OF THE NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK , *Saifullahi Adam Bayero **Dr. Najafi Auwalu Ibrahim ***Babangida Danladi Safiyan
In Nigeria, unemployment has become normal for years comparing its neighbor countries. One of the least focused aspects of reducing unemployment is promoting entrepreneurship. Despite all factual and empirical evidence confirming that Entrepreneurship is the engine that propelled growth of every economy around the world, Nigeria is yet to experience meaningful growth of Entrepreneurship. The objective of this study is to propose a link between Entrepreneurial Education (EE) and Attitude on Entrepreneurial (EA) Intention among Graduating Students of the Nigerian Universities. The formulation of the framework is based on a review of literature on Entrepreneurship, This conceptual paper is based on a critical literature review of EI, and from the foresight of the former research result. for this paper, more than 100 articles from Science Direct, Emerald, Taylor & Francis, and many peer-review papers published in the international journals and conferences were reviewed through the research period. It of no doubt if this study is validated will provide an avenue for Government to develop new strategies for eradicating unemployment in the country, and to embolden graduate’s intention to partake in small business. The proposed framework will assist not only in helping students to develop an intention to start their venture but also to policy-makers and other stakeholders in improving the university curriculum to include a practical approach toward students partaking in an entrepreneurial venture. The results of the action regulation factors would boost the establishment of additional sustainable enterprises in Nigeria. Keywords: Entrepreneurial Intention, Entrepreneurial Attitude, Entrepreneurial Education.
21 INVESTMENT RISK OF PROCEEDS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY ASSOCIATION IN A FUZZY PORTFOLIO APPRAISAL , *Krishna Bhowmick **Botchway Morrison ***Ali Usman Hali ****Muneeb Ahmad
The hazard measure assumes a significant job for portfolio determination issue. Anyway the traditional Markowitz's MV technique doesn't coordinate this present reality in various conditions, accordingly specialists done are to improve and change the MV model to speak to the reasonableness. The portfolio hazard is measured by utilizing the change of fuzzy returns. The proposed model gives better execution when contrasted with old style mean-difference model. Numerical models are likewise introduced to represent the convenience of the model. For an uncertain capital market, this examination encourages progressively sensible venture choices with four target choices. To oversee such a speculation, another fuzzy return work, where a few protections are considered for abundance venture dependent on the chose ensured pace of return is acquainted with improve the probabilistic mean and difference esteems, prompting an overhauled fuzzy portfolio model. As indicated by set a few protections for abundance interest in the fuzzy return work, effective portfolios for each chose ensured pace of return can be acquired under various degrees of speculation chance, an arithmetical occasion of a portfolio variety problem to exhibit the assessed model. A few numerical models are given to outline the demonstrating thought and the adequacy of the proposed calculation. Keywords: Investment Risk, Reinforcement, Fuzzy portfolio, Proceeds, Corporation.
22 QUALITY CONTROL TESTING OF BIOLOGICAL AND BIOTHERAPEUTICS , *Apoorva Gaur
This paper deals with quality control testing of biological and bio-therapeutics. Quality control (QC) could be a procedure or set of procedures meant to confirm that a factory-made product or performed service adheres to an outlined set of quality criteria or meets the wants of the consumer or client. QC is analogous to, however not identical with, quality assurance (QA). Keywords: Quality Control, Pharmaceutical Business, Testing, Biological, QC, QA.
23 QUALITY MEASURES OF INNOVATIVE INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY , *Dr. Nidhi Agarwal
The Present paper explains how it will assist other individuals with realizing the possible results to perceive what degree the informational establishments are having ICT workplaces and to what degree they empower representatives to utilize ICT in homeroom direction. The examination may moreover include the level of using ICT in Classroom Instruction by the Teacher educators. The examination may in like manner recognize the element of effect of Teaching Attitude and Anxiety towards use of ICT which are major for Classroom Instruction. The examination may provoke careful the significance of ICT in the Teaching Learning process and impart the capacities in ICT. The examination may give clear arrangement to the organization should be surrendered to manufacture the Information Communication innovation in the Teaching-learning process. Aim: To analyze the impact and significance of ICT in education with quality measure by Teachers. Data Collection: questionnaire for the perception of teachers related to use of ICT in teacher education. Keywords: ICT, Growth and Development, Classroom Instruction.
24 MAKING INDIA DIGITAL: TRANSFORMING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT , *Dr. Alok Gupta
It is a fact that the countries using technology for the benefit of citizens have recorded a radical change in all aspects which leads to high national and per capita income in recent years. It is the part of the government to improve the living standards of citizen through initiating programmes which accelerates the economic growth. One such programme is “Digitalization” a crucial part in ‘Digital India Programme’. Digital India is an innovative thought of Hon’ble Shri Narendra Modi ji, Prime Minister of India to integrate the government functionaries and the people of India. It also aims at ensuring that the Government services are made available to citizens electronically by reducing paper work and it is an initiative to transform the country into digitally empowers knowledge economy. India has emerged as one of the country whereby government has initiated this development programme to stimulate economic development as well as to provide employment to young generations. The main objective is to provide all services to every citizen on the web portals or electronically for making the transactions smooth and transparent. To eliminate black money and corruption from public life, government is investing more in technology. India had started experiencing the digital transformation; it takes some time to feel the full impact of this change. Through this initiative India will achieve the United Nations Sustainable Goals Agenda by 2030. The present paper helps to understand the impact of Digital India in economy and to know how far its missions are accomplished and for developing a model to achieve Sustainable Development Goals with the pillars of digital India. Keywords: Digital India, Technology, Internet, Sustainable Development Goals.
25 STUDY ON WIRELESS SECURITY ON MOBILE PAYMENT , *Harsha Gupta **Dr. Anu Bharti
Present paper explains about the security system framework where transactions with monetary esteem are conducted through a mobile system or different wireless systems utilizing a mobile handset or some other gadget with ability to connect to a system wirelessly. This current paper’s motivation was to acquaint the per user with some wireless systems and the security instruments included. Security assaults were only seen, and there was no chance to test these assaults practically speaking. New utilize territories with numerous potential outcomes and new plans of action have developed and still do to oblige this better approach for utilizing our gadgets are mention. Keywords: Wireless Security, Security Assault, Mobile Payment.
26 A STUDY ON E WASTE MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIES TO DISPOSING , * Satpal Arora **Dr. Anu Bharti
E-waste collection, transportation, processing, and recycling is dominated by the informal sector. The sector is well networked and unregulated. Often, all the materials and value that could be potentially recovered is not recovered. In addition, there are serious issues regarding leakages of toxins into the environment and workers’ safety and health. The present paper explains about to disposing E waste and its management. Keywords: E-waste Management
27 RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICIES AND ITS IMPACTS , * Sumit Prakash **Dr. Sanjay Pachouri
In the present paper researcher tries to find out the countries which have adopted renewable energy support policies, compared to just 48 countries in 2005. These policies played a crucial role in helping countries to shift from conventional energy to renewable energy by overcoming the barriers facing the development of renewable energy. This paper reviews the studies, which outlined the policies used by different governments to support the development of renewable energy, which includes: Tax incentives, Loans, Feed-in tariff, and Renewable portfolio standard. The literature review covers different studies that examined the impacts of renewable energy on economic growth, job creation, welfare, CO2 emissions, electricity prices, and fuel imports. Researches have used different methodological approaches, different periods, and different countries to examine the impacts of renewable energy. The studies found that the policies used were essential to shift to renewable energy substantially reduced carbon emission, and the majority concluded that renewable energy has a positive correlation with economic growth, job creation and welfare. Keywords: Renewable Policy, Feed-in Tariff (FiT), Impacts, Economic Growth, CO2 Emissions. JEL Classification Codes: Q42, Q43, Q48.
28 A STUDY ON BUSINESS DRIVERS TO RECEIVE CLOUD COMPUTING , *Adarsh Tiwari **Dr. Sudesh Kumar
This paper conveys a pattern security investigation of the Cloud Computing Operational Environment to the extent threats, vulnerabilities and impacts. An examination is coordinated and the best three risks are identified with recommendations for specialists. The completion of the investigation is that the most certifiable threats are non-concentrated and can be appreciated by methods for the administrator’s frames rather than particular countermeasures. Keywords: Cloud Computing.
29 IMPACTS OF RHIZOSPHERE MICROORGANISMS ON SUPPLEMENT ACQUISITION BY PLANTS , *Mukul Kumar **Dr. Komallata Nagpal
Individuals from the rhizosphere microbiome will basically impact the supplement standing of plants. Understood precedents are the nitrogen-fixing rhizobia and therefore the mycorrhizal organisms that encourage phosphorus take-up. The importance of symbionts, for instance, mycorrhizal organisms for translocation of supplements and minerals from soil to the plant, for soil physical organizing and manufacturing stable soil totals, and for suppression of soilborne plant pathogens is all around perceived and recorded. Beside Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium, completely different alternative nitrogen-fixing microorganism genera living within the rhizosphere are recognized. For example, investigation of the cowpea rhizosphere uncovered a high hereditary good style of advantageous rhizobial species. Keywords: Rhizosphere, Plants
30 PEEC MODELING WITH WR APPROACH IN THE PRESENCE OF MAGNETIC MATERIALS , * Laxmidhar Mallick **Dr. S Ramkumar
The rule inconvenience of the PEEC technique is the joining of models for appealing materials. The PEECbased demonstrating of nonlinearity, anisotropy, and other appealing properties isn't immediate and isn't performed before long. In like manner, right 3D PEEC-based models of appealing sections are unrealistic and the FE procedure is normally associated for this class of issues. Keywords: PEEC, Magnetic.
31 SPECIFIC HERBS WITH THEIR THERAPEUTIC CHARACTERISTICS IN INDIA , *Dr. Jalla Ram
This paper deals about therapeutic characteristics in India based on traditional medication. Traditional medication is characterized as indigenous drug that is utilized to keep up wellbeing and to anticipate, analyze, and treat physical and psychological sicknesses uniquely in contrast to allopathic prescription dependent on hypotheses, convictions, and encounters. Keywords: Medication, Herbs, Drug, Human, India, Therapeutic.
32 GREEN HR MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES , *Kartikey Bhardwaj **Dr. Richa Singhal
This paper investigates the overall theory that viability of human asset (HR) practices will assist with clarifying the very much archived relationship between human asset the board and execution. This paper embraces a partner point of view, guessing that the evaluations of HR adequacy of senior line chiefs will be more firmly connected with the results than those of HR administrators. Keywords: Green, HR, Management.
33 A STUDY ON SECURITY ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHM , *Harsha Gupta **Dr. Anu Bharti
Database encryption is a settled innovation for securing delicate information. Lamentably, the coordination of existing encryption methods with database frameworks causes unfortunate execution corruption. It is a significant strategy in the security instruments of database. Database encryption arrangement is a specific and complex and if inside assets don't have the cryptography skill with respect to database condition, outside aptitude ought to be utilized to guarantee predominant execution and solid security. Keywords: Security Analysis, Algorithm
34 A STUDY ON IMPROVISING THE SYSTEM OF DATA CLOUDING , *Hussain Ahmed **Dr. Anu Bharti
The administrations given by cloud are: framework as an administration, stage as an administration and programming as an administration. Cloud administrations incorporate Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS. A considerable lot of the significant organizations like Google, Microsoft and Amazon are giving cloud administrations. Keywords: Data Clouding.
35 STUDY OF PEST CONTROL SYSTEM AND ITS EVOLUTION , *Surinder Kumar **Dr. R.P. Singh
The open field arrival of GM insects isn't without debate, and any such discharge clearly requires broad permitting, specialized, administrative, and open commitment movement to explore the wellbeing of the innovation as far as to the environment and human wellbeing. Open commitment exercises are likewise fundamental to advise and address potential concerns. Maintaining the perfect of greatest straightforwardness at all stages is of prime significance. Keywords: Pest Control System
36 PRECAST CONCRETE FENCE PANEL WITH PLASTIC BOTTLES AND RICE HULLS , Neil Bryan P. Serapia
Wastes that are not properly managed, especially liquid and solid waste from households and the community, are serious health hazards and lead to the spread of infectious diseases. Thus, the researcher formulated a solution to make them useful in order to minimize the excessive generation of waste. This study aims to develop a Precast Concrete Fence Panel made from recycled plastic bottles and rice hulls ash to be used for commercial and industrial sites, livestock backyards, landscapes, pools, and ports. Specifically, the appropriate proportion of materials in its fabrication was also determined. Its performance quality in terms of hardness, compressive strength, specific gravity and absorption was tested. Moreover, its acceptability in terms of performance, durability and reliability was likewise determined. This study adopted the developmental-descriptive method of research. The design and fabrication of the Precast Concrete Fence Panel resulted in a product that permits light and air-flow, has a pivotal post, stackable and with added green material. The performance quality of the Precast Concrete Fence Panel in terms of hardness, compressive strength, specific gravity and absorption is within the acceptable standard range for concrete. The performance, durability and reliability of the Precast Concrete Fence Panel were highly acceptable to the evaluators. Keywords: Technology, Precast Concrete, Fence, Developmental-descriptive Method, Philippines.
37 THE PHYSICAL-MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ASPHALT MIXTURES FOR BITUMINOUS COATINGS PREPARED WITH A HIGH BLAST FURNACE GRANULATED SLAG FILLER FROM THE LIBERTY GALATI PLANT, ROMANIA , *Eng. Dana-Ramona Nanea **Prof. Dr. Ing. Gheorghe Gugiuman
Asphalt mixtures used for bituminous coatings consists of a homogeneous, compact mixture of natural aggregates agglomerated with bitumen. Replacing the natural filler with an artificial one, obtained as waste in the metallurgical industry, would lead to a saving of material and financial resources, being one of the methods of environmental conservation by conserving the relief, protecting localities from noise produced in stone quarries, reusing a waste material. The processing of granular blast furnace slag from Liberty Galati plant, country of Romania, into filler and their subsequent use in the preparation of asphalt mixtures, leads to obtaining favourable results on two of the most currently used types, AC16surf50/70 and AC22.4bin50/70. The appreciation of the behaviour of the asphalt mixture prepared with blast furnace slag filler compared to a standard, leads to the conclusion that the mixture is correctly dimensioned and will withstand physical and mechanical factors. Keywords: Asphalt Mixture, Blast Furnace Slag Filler.
38 RESEARCH REGARDING THE USE IN ROAD TECHNIQUE OF BITUMINOUS SCHIST FROM ROMANIA  , * Eng. Dumitru-Dragos Hanganu **Prof. Dr. Ing. Gheorghe Gugiuman
The use of bituminous schist is imposed by a significant increase in the price of bituminous binders, simultaneously with the gradual degradation of the road network in Romania, as well as with the increase of motorization and, therefore, the limitation of rehabilitation possibilities due to high costs. By incorporating bituminous schist into the asphalt mixture, a significant reduction in the amount of bitumen conventionally used is achieved, a binder that is currently only imported. Also, given the progressive increase in demand for asphalt mixtures, and consequently for road bitumen, correlated with the quantitative and qualitative deficit of this essential material in road works, highlighted the importance of use in the preparation of bituminous mixtures of unconventional components, such as bituminous schist. Considering that the only norm based on which the technological recipes for asphalt mixtures with bituminous sand are made underwent the last modifications in 1985, one of the specific objectives of the doctoral thesis was to update the technical specifications contained in the norm in order to streamline the process. associated with these mixtures and for a better national implementation of these practices. Without this long-awaited review, the use of this unconventional material would become more difficult, although it has both technical, economic and environmental benefits. This report presents studies performed on experimental and theoretical activities, undertaken in order to acquire new knowledge on the specified materials, respectively the crushing sand used in the preparation of asphalt mixtures, based on observations, tests and interpretation of laboratory results, which, based on some already existing knowledge will lead to a significant improvement of the knowledge of applicability of these materials in a specific field, respectively that of construction materials. Regarding the studies on bituminous schist, it is proposed to continue the research by preparing different types of technological recipes for asphalt mixtures where the classic sand is replaced with bituminous shale crushing sand and determining the physical-mechanical characteristics by laboratory tests. Keywords: Bituminous Schist, Asphalt Mixtures, Bitumen.
39 SIMULATION AND MODELLING OF TIME FREQUENCY , *Ekansh Agarwal
The present paper deals with the Time frequency and its simulation with case arrays. The wavelet switch is winding up being a significantly accommodating instrument in sign and picture assessment, with a few studies shown in regards to the issue. The assessment of the issue of mix of information and correspondence propels (ICT) with packaging industry and ICT for making present day sharp packaging was showed up. Keywords: Time Frequency, Simulation.
40 EFFECT OF PANDEMIC COVID-19 ON ECONOMIC CRISIS AND HEALTH ISSUES GLOBALLY , *Deepshikha Khari *Varsha Sharma **Dr. Nidhi Agarwal
We are facing a global crisis- one that is killing people, spreading human suffering and upending people’s lives. But this is more than a health crisis. It is human, economic and social crisis. The only way is to begin strategizing about the actions a country must take now to emerge from the crisis for the better. Social distancing, self-isolation and travel restrictions have lead to a reduced workforce in economic sectors and caused many jobs to be lost. Schools have closed down, and the need for commodities and manufactured products has decreased, need for medical supplies have significantly increased. Keywords: Strategizing, Economy, Remote Learning, Social Distancing.
41 PRELUDE OF SECURITY DISPENSATION IN WEB TECHNOLOGY , *Dr. Puneet Kumar
The paper discusses about the security aspects with web services. Security is a building hinder that is proposed to be utilized as a part of conjunction with other Web Services and application particular conventions; to suit a wide assortment of security models. Security does not claim to give a total answer for securing Web administrations. The XML mark and XML encryption details give standard techniques to carefully marking and scrambling XML archives including SOAP messages. Not exclusively would whole be able to reports be marked or scrambled, yet in addition singular parts. Security characterizes how XML signature information can be incorporated into a SOAP message. This gives steady classification past a solitary SOAP correspondence. Keywords: Security, Technology, XML, SOAP
42 RE-ENGINEERING EXPERT SYSTEM POWERED BY MACHINE LEARNING , *Utkarsh Dev
This paper explores an approach to building an adaptive expert system and machine learning power many technologies today related to online education system to health care system in an environment of human- computer collaboration. Components of an adaptive system are identified, with an emphasis on the mechanisms that enable adaptive behavior to occur. Knowledge representation in a rule-based, object- orientated expert system is described through the establishment of appropriate relationships utilizing heuristic rules, objects, and agents. The experimental expert system with machine learning displays low level learning capabilities that show sufficient promise to warrant further research. Keywords: Expert System, Machine Learning, Knowledge Representation, Objects, Powered, Human- Computer Collaboration.
43 PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC , *Luxmi Yadav **Sonika Devi ***Neha Vaidh ****Shikha Sharma
The never seen virus in past 100 years named Coronavirus (COVID - 19) is growing exponentially in the world. Doctors, Healthcare workers, Police, Cleaners are working day and night in treating the patients of the COVID-19. Scientists, Doctors, and researchers are working on developing of the vaccine of the COVID-19. More than 7 million people are affected with the virus and more than 3 million have died due to this. Keywords: COVID-19, Coronavirus, Diseases, Economic, School, Children.
44 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN FINANCIAL ACUMEN: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES , *Shiv Ranjan **Dr. Ruchika Gupta ***Dr. Anish Gupta
Businesses, more than ever, are faced with rapid change, disruption, and intensified expectations. Your managers, emerging leaders, individual contributors, and leaders, many of whom have no business or financial background, need to fully understand the implications of their business decision-making and how they can directly affect your company’s performance metrics and drive for shareholder value. Technology advances especially data analysis and artificial intelligence can further play an important role for decision making on financial analytics based on machine learning but final decision would be taken by human being. For that such a training module will help to make rational financial decision. Further Analyses of impact of financial market anomalies and personality traits on financial decision making, so that financial acumen will improve and new methods of financial acumen will develop for the betterment of the individuals and the society. This study will analyze how individuals processes financial information in their brain and how & what decisions arise within the brain. So that we will able to develop such a training module based on Artificial Intelligence which will minimizes the impact of biases and improves the decision making of an individual, whether investor or advisor or manager. Keywords: Financial Acumen, Artificial Intelligence, Psychological Biases, Financial Decision, Natural Language Generation.
45 USE OF LIPID LOWERING AGENTS AND RISK OF GALLSTONE FORMATION, A HOSPITAL BASED CASE CONTROL STUDY , *Muhammad Islam ** Asaf Khan
Disease of gallbladder is commonly manifested as gallstone and gallbladder cancer. It is a common and costly clinical condition in the adult population of Pakistan. Gallstone is a disease which is unease serious health for human being, and millions of people are affected throughout the world and in Pakistan recently increasing in quantitative number of gallstone cases in all over Pakistan.Keywords: BMI, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Smoking, Obesity
46 IS THE NOVEL CORONA VIRUS COVID-19 PANDEMIC? , *Dr. Bhawna
As the COVID - 19 spreads far and wide and over each nation of the world. Mankind's history is watching an exceptionally weird time or a cytokine storm. This is the point at which a disease triggers your safe framework to flood your circulation system incendiary proteins called cytokines. They can murder tissue and harm your organs or a cytokine storm. This is the point at which a disease triggers your insusceptible framework to flood your circulatory system provocative proteins called cytokines. They can execute tissue and harm your organs battling an undetectable adversary the novel COVID-19 Corona infection. Initially it was seen in the Wuhan region of China currently fastly spreading everywhere on over the world. The paper deals that as this pandemic is new and less logical material is accessible on the point. Various paid diaries and organizations are without offering materials distributes about the Corona infection. Here in the short audit we will examine the articles about Corona infection. Keywords: Corona, Virus, COVID-19, Pandemic, Education
47 CLOUD COMPUTNG AND ITS LAYERED SECURITY APPROACH , *Divyanshu Dixit **Dr. R.S. Parihar
This paper methodically shows different research issues identified with Cloud computing examination. Numerous Researchers and associations have endeavored to characterize Cloud computing in various ways. The reason for a layered security approach is to ensure that each individual safeguard component has a reinforcement to counter any defects or holes in different protections of security. Keywords: Cloud Computing, Security Issues.
48 EXAMINATION OF CONCRETE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH WITH RICE HUSK ASH (RHA) AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT UNDER DIFFERENT CURING CONDITIONS , *Rashid Kamran **Yawar Ali **Muhammad Adil Khan **Asjad Javed ***Ibraheem Kamra
Rice crop is largely harvested in Pakistan each year and produces huge amount of Rice Husk (RH), contaminating the environment following their removal as by-product in Food Industries. The ashes produced during the burning of Rice Husk are known as Rice Husk Ash (RHA). RHA is capable of modifying its natural properties to Pozzolanic properties at high temperatures. This research paper explicitly demonstrates astonishing results of testing concrete mix samples with intervention of RHA as partial substitution of cement in with varying proportion under different curing conditions (Water, Sulphuric acid and Hydrochloric acid) that one may evaluate concrete compressive strength. Keywords: Concrete, Rice Husk Ash (RHA), Compressive Strength Comparisons, Durability, Curing Conditions.
49 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 4.0 IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS , *Rohit Kenge **Dr. Zafar Khan
Today the supply chain has evolved tremendously from a fixed job of a bridge between sales and production functions with a focus on raw material supply to product manufacturing lines and finish goods dispatch to the final consumer to an independent function with a separate hierarchy. The SCM focus has adopted the upgraded planning methods such as integrated S&OP and outsourced logistics. Further, the world has seen continuous wealth shift towards the rural areas over the past few years and the online product purchase is rapidly increasing due to the buyer’s trust in communication transparency and easy much option access. To adapt to these trends SCM requires being faster, granular, and precise. The Supply chain efficiency can be increased by up-gradation with new technology and eliminating the waste in the process. We studied the step by step SCM 4.0 implementation process to achieve the SCM 4.0 application benefits like global inventory and lead time reduction with the help of digitized material planning, order fulfilment, and forecast accuracy. We have analyzed the key six value SCM 4.0 enablers as improvement levers that will generate a change in capital cost, manufacturing agility, and service are planning, physical flow, performance management, order management, collaboration, and strategy. Further, We carried a pilot study on SCM 4.0 implementation with current state mapping of value chain identified the wastage like manual data capturing, manual planning based on gut filling, low service levels, and high inventory that can be prevented or eliminated by the effective SCM 4.0 application. Also, We noted that SCM 4.0 deployment face some problems like training needs and skilled talent, senior leadership involvement, change management, and small and medium business needs tailor-made solutions. Keywords: SCM 4.0, Cloud, Digitization, Digital Waste, Big-Data.
50 MATHEMATICS IN THE MODERN WORLD AS A SCIENCE OF PATTERNS WITH AN INTEGRATION OF OUTCOME BASED TEACHING- LEARNING APPROACHES , *Roldan C. Bangalan **Jocelyn B. Hipona
Background and Objective: Mathematics in the Modern World (MMW) is one of the general education courses in the New General Education Curriculum (NGEC) in higher education institutions in the Philippines. Awareness of students’ experiences and attitude toward this new course is necessary for the improvement of instruction. Methods and Findings: A total of 109 first year college students were administered with a questionnaire to find out their attitude toward mathematics and a set of open-ended questions regarding their realizations and challenges encountered in MMW class. Results show that students exhibited positive attitude toward Mathematics in the Modern World. Students recognized the importance of mathematics in one’s life and in the society. Conclusion: Students thrive well in a learning environment that fosters exploration, creativity, collaboration, love and respect. With this, every student will begin to like, do, and love mathematics, then succeed. Keywords: Mathematics in the Modern World, New General Education Curriculum, Attitude towards Math, Challenges in Math Class.
51 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT WITH PYTHON PROGRAMMING , *Utkarsh Dev
The PEP cycle is the essential instrument for proposing major new highlights, for gathering criticism on an issue, and for reporting the design choices that have gone into Python. Outstanding PEPs are remarked and explored by the Python Community. As of March 2017, Python is the fifth most mainstream language. In this paper, an investigation discusses on Python discovered it to be more profitable than traditional dialects for critical thinking including string control and search in a word reference. The social news organizing site Reddit is composed totally in Python. Python has been utilized in Artificial Intelligence errands. Python is frequently utilized for Natural Language preparing errands. Numerous Linux disseminations use installers written in Python. Python has additionally broad use in Information Security Industry. The Raspberry Pi single-board PC venture has begun utilizing Python as its principle client programming language. Keywords: Python, PEP, Language, Information.
52 AN EXAMINATION OF GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE PATTERNS A CASE STUDY OF WAK OYA AREA, SRI LANKA , *Ranjana U K Piyadasa **Chathurangi Gunasekara
Radon, is a natural radioactive element that can be found on water, soil and rock. Radon can be used to identify the ground and surface water system for protect the ground water recharge areas. Wak oya is one of the streams starts from Labugama-Kalatuwawa forest reserve which contribute the birth of many water ways. The main aim of this study is identifying the discharge difference between ground and surface water and study the changes in land use pattern in Wak oya catchment area to identify the changes in ground and surface water system in the area. These data can be used to protect the recharge area. Nine stream samples and five well water samples were analyzed for radon ( 222Rn) using RAD Aqua system, which transfer dissolve radon in the water samples to the air within the circuit. Land use changes of the study area analyze using remote sensing data, satellite images and land use data from Survey Department of SL. Radon concentration in the water samples studied varies between 1979 +/- 150,3260 +/- 150, and 7690 +/- 160,15900 +/- 182 surface and ground water respectively. Measurements can be concluded that there is significant difference between radon concentrations of surface and well water. The differences in radon concentrations are used to detect interactions between surface water and ground water. Keywords: Geology, Groundwater, Radon, Radioactivity, Surface Water.
53 CAPTURING MUTUAL COUPLING EFFECTS BETWEEN AN INTEGRATED CIRCUIT CHIP AND CHIP PACKAGE USING EMI , *Sudhir Kumar Mishra
In particular, one of the difficulties looked by submicron coordinated circuit architects is the issue of parasitic impacts from the interconnect wiring between a semiconductor bite the dust or chip and a chip bundle, e.g., chip-bundle coupling. This paper deals that all the more particularly, the association between a semiconductor kick the bucket or chip when bundled utilizing flip chip innovation can cause a noteworthy parasitic coupling impact between the chip and the bundle because of the way that the chip and bundle (bind knocks and the main bundle metal layer) are situated in nearness. A chip is semiconductor material, e.g., silicon, in which a coordinated circuit is framed, and a chip bundle is the substrate whereupon the chip, or chips, is mounted, e.g., a fired overlay bundle, or printed circuit board. The chip bundle gives a methods for interfacing the inside chip parts to outside hardware. The chip-bundle coupling has turned into a main consideration in effectively foreseeing execution of the coordinated circuit on the chip. Keywords: EMI, Circuit, Chip, Integrated.
54 GENDER EQUALITY AND PARTICIPATION IN POLICY MAKING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA AND AFGHANISTAN , *Mohammad Qais Rezvani **Prof. Nirmala Chaudhary ***Dr. Ragif Huseynov ****Vikram Singh
The paper deals with the gender equality and participation in policy making with special reference to India and Afghanistan. Gender inequality is the most persistent and pervasive global problem of the 21st century militating against the attainment of sustainable development in patriarchal societies. Thus, the research focused on analyzing how society perceives the concept of gender equality, participation and women empowerment, factors that militate against the achievement of gender equality in the society and its role in sustainable development. In gathering information, the study based on theoretical concepts and also develop a framework based on an in-depth literature study. The paper ties the theoretical interpretation of current various knowledge sources used by farmers to the conceptual model system. Basically, in this paper, we have studied policies and review quality research papers on the topic gender equality and participation in policy making with special reference to India and Afghanistan. And the source of information gathers based on secondary information and interpret gathered information on basis of websites of government and organizations India and Afghanistan. The findings of this paper indicate that gender equality has positive economic consequences in decision-making, it improves gender participation in community development programmes and leads to healthy families and increased food productivity. When women are highly qualified, more responsible and less corruptible, this causes efficiency gains to emerge. The paper concluded that gender equality, participation and women empowerment are essential tools in the achievement of reduction of discrimination which help to increase efficiency and consequence to sustainable development in both countries India and Afghanistan. Keywords: Gender Equality, Gender Participation, Policy Making, Afghanistan, India.
55 EFFECT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION AND ATTITUDE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AMONG GRADUATING STUDENTS OF THE NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK , *Saifullahi Adam Bayero **Dr. Najafi Auwalu Ibrahim ***Babangida Danladi Safiyan
In Nigeria, unemployment has become normal for years comparing its neighbor countries. One of the least focused aspects of reducing unemployment is promoting entrepreneurship. Despite all factual and empirical evidence confirming that Entrepreneurship is the engine that propelled growth of every economy around the world, Nigeria is yet to experience meaningful growth of Entrepreneurship. The objective of this study is to propose a link between Entrepreneurial Education (EE) and Attitude on Entrepreneurial (EA) Intention among Graduating Students of the Nigerian Universities. The formulation of the framework is based on a review of literature on Entrepreneurship, This conceptual paper is based on a critical literature review of EI, and from the foresight of the former research result. for this paper, more than 100 articles from Science Direct, Emerald, Taylor & Francis, and many peer-review papers published in the international journals and conferences were reviewed through the research period. It of no doubt if this study is validated will provide an avenue for Government to develop new strategies for eradicating unemployment in the country, and to embolden graduate’s intention to partake in small business. The proposed framework will assist not only in helping students to develop an intention to start their venture but also to policy-makers and other stakeholders in improving the university curriculum to include a practical approach toward students partaking in an entrepreneurial venture. The results of the action regulation factors would boost the establishment of additional sustainable enterprises in Nigeria. Keywords: Entrepreneurial Intention, Entrepreneurial Attitude, Entrepreneurial Education.
56 INVESTMENT RISK OF PROCEEDS FOR SUPPLEMENTARY ASSOCIATION IN A FUZZY PORTFOLIO APPRAISAL , *Krishna Bhowmick **Botchway Morrison ***Ali Usman Hali ****Muneeb Ahmad
The hazard measure assumes a significant job for portfolio determination issue. Anyway the traditional Markowitz's MV technique doesn't coordinate this present reality in various conditions, accordingly specialists done are to improve and change the MV model to speak to the reasonableness. The portfolio hazard is measured by utilizing the change of fuzzy returns. The proposed model gives better execution when contrasted with old style mean-difference model. Numerical models are likewise introduced to represent the convenience of the model. For an uncertain capital market, this examination encourages progressively sensible venture choices with four target choices. To oversee such a speculation, another fuzzy return work, where a few protections are considered for abundance venture dependent on the chose ensured pace of return is acquainted with improve the probabilistic mean and difference esteems, prompting an overhauled fuzzy portfolio model. As indicated by set a few protections for abundance interest in the fuzzy return work, effective portfolios for each chose ensured pace of return can be acquired under various degrees of speculation chance, an arithmetical occasion of a portfolio variety problem to exhibit the assessed model. A few numerical models are given to outline the demonstrating thought and the adequacy of the proposed calculation. Keywords: Investment Risk, Reinforcement, Fuzzy portfolio, Proceeds, Corporation.
57 QUALITY CONTROL TESTING OF BIOLOGICAL AND BIOTHERAPEUTICS , *Apoorva Gaur
This paper deals with quality control testing of biological and bio-therapeutics. Quality control (QC) could be a procedure or set of procedures meant to confirm that a factory-made product or performed service adheres to an outlined set of quality criteria or meets the wants of the consumer or client. QC is analogous to, however not identical with, quality assurance (QA). Keywords: Quality Control, Pharmaceutical Business, Testing, Biological, QC, QA.
58 QUALITY MEASURES OF INNOVATIVE INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY , *Dr. Nidhi Agarwal
The Present paper explains how it will assist other individuals with realizing the possible results to perceive what degree the informational establishments are having ICT workplaces and to what degree they empower representatives to utilize ICT in homeroom direction. The examination may moreover include the level of using ICT in Classroom Instruction by the Teacher educators. The examination may in like manner recognize the element of effect of Teaching Attitude and Anxiety towards use of ICT which are major for Classroom Instruction. The examination may provoke careful the significance of ICT in the Teaching Learning process and impart the capacities in ICT. The examination may give clear arrangement to the organization should be surrendered to manufacture the Information Communication innovation in the Teaching-learning process. Aim: To analyze the impact and significance of ICT in education with quality measure by Teachers. Data Collection: questionnaire for the perception of teachers related to use of ICT in teacher education. Keywords: ICT, Growth and Development, Classroom Instruction.
59 MAKING INDIA DIGITAL: TRANSFORMING TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT , *Dr. Alok Gupta
It is a fact that the countries using technology for the benefit of citizens have recorded a radical change in all aspects which leads to high national and per capita income in recent years. It is the part of the government to improve the living standards of citizen through initiating programmes which accelerates the economic growth. One such programme is “Digitalization” a crucial part in ‘Digital India Programme’. Digital India is an innovative thought of Hon’ble Shri Narendra Modi ji, Prime Minister of India to integrate the government functionaries and the people of India. It also aims at ensuring that the Government services are made available to citizens electronically by reducing paper work and it is an initiative to transform the country into digitally empowers knowledge economy. India has emerged as one of the country whereby government has initiated this development programme to stimulate economic development as well as to provide employment to young generations. The main objective is to provide all services to every citizen on the web portals or electronically for making the transactions smooth and transparent. To eliminate black money and corruption from public life, government is investing more in technology. India had started experiencing the digital transformation; it takes some time to feel the full impact of this change. Through this initiative India will achieve the United Nations Sustainable Goals Agenda by 2030. The present paper helps to understand the impact of Digital India in economy and to know how far its missions are accomplished and for developing a model to achieve Sustainable Development Goals with the pillars of digital India. Keywords: Digital India, Technology, Internet, Sustainable Development Goals.
60 STUDY ON WIRELESS SECURITY ON MOBILE PAYMENT , *Harsha Gupta **Dr. Anu Bharti
Present paper explains about the security system framework where transactions with monetary esteem are conducted through a mobile system or different wireless systems utilizing a mobile handset or some other gadget with ability to connect to a system wirelessly. This current paper’s motivation was to acquaint the per user with some wireless systems and the security instruments included. Security assaults were only seen, and there was no chance to test these assaults practically speaking. New utilize territories with numerous potential outcomes and new plans of action have developed and still do to oblige this better approach for utilizing our gadgets are mention. Keywords: Wireless Security, Security Assault, Mobile Payment.
61 A STUDY ON E WASTE MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIES TO DISPOSING , * Satpal Arora **Dr. Anu Bharti
E-waste collection, transportation, processing, and recycling is dominated by the informal sector. The sector is well networked and unregulated. Often, all the materials and value that could be potentially recovered is not recovered. In addition, there are serious issues regarding leakages of toxins into the environment and workers’ safety and health. The present paper explains about to disposing E waste and its management. Keywords: E-waste Management
62 RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICIES AND ITS IMPACTS , * Sumit Prakash **Dr. Sanjay Pachouri
In the present paper researcher tries to find out the countries which have adopted renewable energy support policies, compared to just 48 countries in 2005. These policies played a crucial role in helping countries to shift from conventional energy to renewable energy by overcoming the barriers facing the development of renewable energy. This paper reviews the studies, which outlined the policies used by different governments to support the development of renewable energy, which includes: Tax incentives, Loans, Feed-in tariff, and Renewable portfolio standard. The literature review covers different studies that examined the impacts of renewable energy on economic growth, job creation, welfare, CO2 emissions, electricity prices, and fuel imports. Researches have used different methodological approaches, different periods, and different countries to examine the impacts of renewable energy. The studies found that the policies used were essential to shift to renewable energy substantially reduced carbon emission, and the majority concluded that renewable energy has a positive correlation with economic growth, job creation and welfare. Keywords: Renewable Policy, Feed-in Tariff (FiT), Impacts, Economic Growth, CO2 Emissions. JEL Classification Codes: Q42, Q43, Q48.
63 A STUDY ON BUSINESS DRIVERS TO RECEIVE CLOUD COMPUTING , *Adarsh Tiwari **Dr. Sudesh Kumar
This paper conveys a pattern security investigation of the Cloud Computing Operational Environment to the extent threats, vulnerabilities and impacts. An examination is coordinated and the best three risks are identified with recommendations for specialists. The completion of the investigation is that the most certifiable threats are non-concentrated and can be appreciated by methods for the administrator’s frames rather than particular countermeasures. Keywords: Cloud Computing.
64 IMPACTS OF RHIZOSPHERE MICROORGANISMS ON SUPPLEMENT ACQUISITION BY PLANTS , *Mukul Kumar **Dr. Komallata Nagpal
Individuals from the rhizosphere microbiome will basically impact the supplement standing of plants. Understood precedents are the nitrogen-fixing rhizobia and therefore the mycorrhizal organisms that encourage phosphorus take-up. The importance of symbionts, for instance, mycorrhizal organisms for translocation of supplements and minerals from soil to the plant, for soil physical organizing and manufacturing stable soil totals, and for suppression of soilborne plant pathogens is all around perceived and recorded. Beside Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium, completely different alternative nitrogen-fixing microorganism genera living within the rhizosphere are recognized. For example, investigation of the cowpea rhizosphere uncovered a high hereditary good style of advantageous rhizobial species. Keywords: Rhizosphere, Plants
65 PEEC MODELING WITH WR APPROACH IN THE PRESENCE OF MAGNETIC MATERIALS , * Laxmidhar Mallick **Dr. S Ramkumar
The rule inconvenience of the PEEC technique is the joining of models for appealing materials. The PEECbased demonstrating of nonlinearity, anisotropy, and other appealing properties isn't immediate and isn't performed before long. In like manner, right 3D PEEC-based models of appealing sections are unrealistic and the FE procedure is normally associated for this class of issues. Keywords: PEEC, Magnetic.
66 SPECIFIC HERBS WITH THEIR THERAPEUTIC CHARACTERISTICS IN INDIA , *Dr. Jalla Ram
This paper deals about therapeutic characteristics in India based on traditional medication. Traditional medication is characterized as indigenous drug that is utilized to keep up wellbeing and to anticipate, analyze, and treat physical and psychological sicknesses uniquely in contrast to allopathic prescription dependent on hypotheses, convictions, and encounters. Keywords: Medication, Herbs, Drug, Human, India, Therapeutic.
67 GREEN HR MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES , *Kartikey Bhardwaj **Dr. Richa Singhal
This paper investigates the overall theory that viability of human asset (HR) practices will assist with clarifying the very much archived relationship between human asset the board and execution. This paper embraces a partner point of view, guessing that the evaluations of HR adequacy of senior line chiefs will be more firmly connected with the results than those of HR administrators. Keywords: Green, HR, Management.
68 A STUDY ON SECURITY ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHM , *Harsha Gupta **Dr. Anu Bharti
Database encryption is a settled innovation for securing delicate information. Lamentably, the coordination of existing encryption methods with database frameworks causes unfortunate execution corruption. It is a significant strategy in the security instruments of database. Database encryption arrangement is a specific and complex and if inside assets don't have the cryptography skill with respect to database condition, outside aptitude ought to be utilized to guarantee predominant execution and solid security. Keywords: Security Analysis, Algorithm
69 A STUDY ON IMPROVISING THE SYSTEM OF DATA CLOUDING , *Hussain Ahmed **Dr. Anu Bharti
The administrations given by cloud are: framework as an administration, stage as an administration and programming as an administration. Cloud administrations incorporate Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS. A considerable lot of the significant organizations like Google, Microsoft and Amazon are giving cloud administrations. Keywords: Data Clouding.
70 STUDY OF PEST CONTROL SYSTEM AND ITS EVOLUTION , *Surinder Kumar **Dr. R.P. Singh
The open field arrival of GM insects isn't without debate, and any such discharge clearly requires broad permitting, specialized, administrative, and open commitment movement to explore the wellbeing of the innovation as far as to the environment and human wellbeing. Open commitment exercises are likewise fundamental to advise and address potential concerns. Maintaining the perfect of greatest straightforwardness at all stages is of prime significance. Keywords: Pest Control System