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Globus An International Journal of Medical Science, Engineering and Technology

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1 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICES OF WATER SANITAION AND HYGIENE  , Maria Zakria, Sumaira Raiz, Muhammad Afzal, Syad Amir Gillani, Abdul Majad 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of water sanitation and hygiene in the community. Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude practice of water sanitation and hygiene in community. Place and duration of study The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months. Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The community had a sample size of 150. The purpose of this study is to examine the awareness, attitude and experience of water sanitation and hygiene in community. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess community awareness and attitude and practices on water sanitation and hygiene. Results: The overall result of water sanitation and hygiene knowledge of the community was positive as regarding practices and attitude of about hygiene and water satiation ,attitude was little bit positive but practices as negative about hygiene and water sanitation in the community . Conclusion: This study showed that community behaviors were positive about water sanitation and hygiene with a certain percentage of community having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper hygiene and water sanitation other studies have shown that awareness of water sanitation and hygiene is positive relative to behaviors and practices. 
2 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICES OF WATER SANITAION AND HYGIENE  , Maria Zakria, Sumaira Raiz, Muhammad Afzal, Syad Amir Gillani, Abdul Majad 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of water sanitation and hygiene in the community. Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude practice of water sanitation and hygiene in community. Place and duration of study The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months. Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The community had a sample size of 150. The purpose of this study is to examine the awareness, attitude and experience of water sanitation and hygiene in community. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess community awareness and attitude and practices on water sanitation and hygiene. Results: The overall result of water sanitation and hygiene knowledge of the community was positive as regarding practices and attitude of about hygiene and water satiation ,attitude was little bit positive but practices as negative about hygiene and water sanitation in the community . Conclusion: This study showed that community behaviors were positive about water sanitation and hygiene with a certain percentage of community having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper hygiene and water sanitation other studies have shown that awareness of water sanitation and hygiene is positive relative to behaviors and practices. 
3 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICES OF WATER SANITAION AND HYGIENE  , Maria Zakria, Sumaira Raiz, Muhammad Afzal, Syad Amir Gillani, Abdul Majad 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of water sanitation and hygiene in the community. Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude practice of water sanitation and hygiene in community. Place and duration of study The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months. Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The community had a sample size of 150. The purpose of this study is to examine the awareness, attitude and experience of water sanitation and hygiene in community. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess community awareness and attitude and practices on water sanitation and hygiene. Results: The overall result of water sanitation and hygiene knowledge of the community was positive as regarding practices and attitude of about hygiene and water satiation ,attitude was little bit positive but practices as negative about hygiene and water sanitation in the community . Conclusion: This study showed that community behaviors were positive about water sanitation and hygiene with a certain percentage of community having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper hygiene and water sanitation other studies have shown that awareness of water sanitation and hygiene is positive relative to behaviors and practices. 
4 SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS AFFECTING BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN SHANDONG, CHINA  , Meiyu Zhou, Rachelle S. Garcia 
Background: China has very low breastfeeding rate (29.25%) and healthcare workers are expected to play a central role protecting, supporting, and advocating breastfeeding. This study aims to investigate healthcare workers’ breastfeeding practice and the socioeconomic factors affecting it. Methods and Findings: This a descriptive retrospective cross-sectional study. There were ninety (90) healthcare working mothers in Shandong, China who participated in the study. Ironically, findings revealed that even promoters of breastfeeding have low adherence on breastfeeding (42%) in Shandong, China. Moreover, socioeconomic factors that affect breastfeeding practices for the first 24 months of child’s life are age of mothers, length of service, monthly family income and number of children. Conclusion: Even promoters of breastfeeding poorly adheres to the breastfeeding protocol and targeting the appropriate groups will be contributory to the success of breastfeeding campaign. 
5 CULTURALLY CONGRUENT CARE: PROVIDING BEST CARE TO MEANINGFUL EXPERIENCES FOR PATIENTS’ CULTURAL SENSITIVITY  , Ma. Theresa Salinda, Francis Vincent Acena, Vilma Vasquez, Perla Lachica, Marlyn L. Cabading, Glenda Moraño, Jhal B. Espinosa, Sheree Ann Ancheta- Ortua, Joseph Erol T. Cuevas 
Background: Culturally Congruent is providing quality care that promote cultural competency. This include extreme humility and extreme openness and acceptance of different culture in beliefs, values, and discipline. Purpose: This study aims to provide quality patient care despite the challenges in the healthcare plans like misinformation, mistrust and misinterpretation. The nurse should provide quality health care that suit to patient culture. Methods: The method use is a case analysis. The eight steps of this method are: 1) Selecting a concept; 2) Determining the aims or purposes of analysis; 3) Identifying all uses of the concept; 4) Determining the defining attributes of the concept; 5) Constructing a model case; 6) Constructing borderline, contrary, invented, and illegitimate cases; 7) Identifying antecedents and consequences; and 8) Defining empirical references. Results: The theory of culture care emphasizes in the uniqueness of nursing as a means to know and help the culture in the field of clinical practice. Culturally based care factors are recognized as major influence upon human expressions related to health and illness. The theory also serves as guide to nurses’ thinking, practice and in research development. Conclusion: Integrating cultural competence models will promote effectiveness in nursing practice. 
6 COPING STRATEGIES OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS IN TRANSITION TO COMMUNITY SETTING: A MIXED METHODOLOGY  , Judith J. Sugay 
Background and Objective: Patients recovering from MI need to manage one’s transition of care from the hospital to the community setting through effective coping. Coping effectively may require significant behavioral change in emotional, physical, and social aspects. Methods and Findings: This study utilized a mixed method design in MI patients age 40-65 years old, discharged from government hospitals in Metro Manila to describe how well the participants cope with MI after hospitalization. The participants were able to cope well in terms of their emotional, physical, and social strategies, which were found helpful after hospitalization. The theme developed from the qualitative strand includes optimism, acceptance, ability to express one’s self to others, appreciative, and solitary. Hence, these coping strategies were found helpful after their hospitalization due to MI. Conclusion: Most of the participants were optimistic, practice healthy lifestyle, able to express one’s self to others, and have accepted their heart disease 
7 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TOPICAL APPLICATION OF COCOS NUCIFERA VERSUS NORMAL SALINE SOLUTION IN INCISIONAL WOUND HEALING SPRAGUE DAWLEY RATS  , Christine Jamie C. Bernardo, Trina Cae Emilla Constantino, Razor D. De Vera, Nichole S. Famorcan, Maria Karina D. Zamora, Rachelle S. Garcia 
Cocos nucifera has long been utilized as wound healing medium by folk healers in the Philippines yet there are quite a few studies to support efficacy and safety to substitute the standard wound healing therapy. This experimental study investigated the effect of Cocos nucifera application on incisional wound in Sprague Dawley rats versus Normal Saline Solution control group. After five (5) experimental days, result verified that application of Cocos nucifera and NSS are safe and effective wound healing agents as evidenced by improvement in size, edges, exudates, epithelization and pink/normal surrounding skin and nonappearance of wound hitches such as edema nor necrosis. Despite the disparity between the two groups in terms of epithelization rate, the researchers believe that sodium or salt supplementation to Cocos nucifera topical preparation may enhance epithelization rate. Hence, this study highlighted that Cocos nucifera topical application is a, inexpensive, safe, effective and readily accessible substitute for standard NSS wound healing treatment 
8 A STUDY ON SOFTWARE LIBRARY FOR GRAPH ANALYTICS  , Divyanshu Dixit, Dr. R.S. Parihar 
Preventive controls reinforce the framework against episodes, by and large by diminishing if not really taking out weaknesses. Strong authentication of cloud clients, It makes it more outlandish that unapproved clients can get to cloud frameworks, and more probable that cloud clients are emphatically recognized. 
9 ASSESS KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, AND PRACTICES OF MOTHERS REGARDING INFANT AND CHILD BREASTFEEDING IN THE COMMUNITY  , Maria Zakria, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Hussain, Syad Amir Gillani 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of mothers regarding infant and child breastfeeding in the community Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude and practice of mothers regarding infant and child breastfeeding. Place and duration of study: The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The mothers had a sample size of 150. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess mothers' awareness and attitude and practices on breastfeeding. Results: The overall mean breastfeeding experience of the mothers was 7.03 and SD is 2.572, and the attitude of the mean was 16.97 and SD is 6.066, the mean of the practice is 12.16 and SD 3.551. Conclusion: This study showed that mother’s behaviors were positive about breastfeeding with a certain percentage of mothers having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper breastfeeding for infants and child. 
10 ACADEMIC STRESS IN RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH AND SOCIO- ECONOMIC STATUS  , Sabar Mahalat, Dr. Sonam Bansal 
Mental health is an important part of public health. According to the international public health report between 20 and 40 percent of the general population suffer from poor mental health - everything from severe psychiatric disorders such as psychosis to milder mental health symptoms such as nervousness, anxiety or sleeping problems. Poor mental health has large economic and social consequences both for the individual and society. Although, a systematic structure improves the performance of students in different spheres, to introduce an atmosphere conducive to intellectuals and to minimize the stress on students. The present paper studied the academic stress in relation to mental health and socio-economic status of West Bengal. The study utilized descriptive survey method. The sample comprised of 200 secondary school students of West Bengal. Bisht Battery of Stress Scale(BBSS) developed by Bisht (1987), Mental Health inventory developed by Rai and Srivastva (1986) and Socio-Economic Status Scale developed by Bhardwaj (1978) was used as a measure of mean scores and correlation for analysis of the study. Data was collected with the help of selected tools. The results were shown that academic stress, mental health and socio-economic status were correlated and there was significant negative correlation between these variables. It has been interpreted from the results that there was significant effect of academic stress on mental health of secondary school students of West Bengal. 
11 RAPID REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE BEHIND AIR QUALITY STRATEGIES AND TECHNOLOGIES  , Ashok Prasad, Dr. Anu Bharti 
The paper deals with poor air quality negatively affects human health and the environment. For this reason, governments and private sector organisations across the world are developing and trialling a wide range of ways to improve air quality. This paper provides a rapid review of the different types of air quality initiatives that exist internationally, and offers a brief indication of the evidence base behind them. 
12 PROPERTIES CO-RELATIONSHIP IN BAST FIBRE-HEMP VS COMMERCIALLY USED FIBRES COTTON, FLAX AND JUTE  , Ashok Mehra, Dr. Pankaj Gupta  
iHemp (Industrial Hemp) is a variety of Cannabis sativa L. plant species of the mulberry family.It is a sustainable crop having multiple applications in various fields like in textiles, paper, insulation ,automobiles, bio fuel,food industry and medicinal field. In today’s purview it has many advantages of it being organic, renewable and having a low carbon footprint. But unfortunately, its banned in India due to the presence of psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). However, most of countries are now using industrial hemp having low THC content. The use of iHemp is sustainable asset can be used for getting benefits in natural, social and monetary conditions in the regions of country , where it is appropriate to grow. Practically, iHemp is a multi-beneficial crop as each and every part of crop has been used and also environmental friendly. Hemp is known as a bast fiber plant. Its stem is known as “bast”. The fibres obtained from it ,has a high fibre strength and tenacity as compared to other natural fibres, so it is can be used in textile products commercially. Industrial Hemp can be blended with other commonly used fibers like silk, polyester to make new products with better quality and properties. India has right geographical conditions that suits this crop for cultivation . So, the Indian Government shall look into to lift the ban on its cultivation for fibre production looking the positive side of it and support financially the small and marginal farmers. The aim of this paper is to present an experimental study which shows that hemp can be successfully used in textile industry for home furnishing items and other textile products. It can be used as a replacement or alternative to other commercially used natural fibres cotton,flax and jute. 
13 DESIGN OF RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEMS, AND ITS IMPACTS ADOPTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD  , Pramod Kumar, Dr. Anu Bharti 
As the world population increases, the demand increases for quality drinking water. Surface and groundwater resources are being utilized faster than they can be recharged. Rainwater harvesting is an old practice that is being adopted by many nations as a viable decentralized water source. This paper reviews the methods, design of rainwater harvesting systems, and its impacts adopted in all parts of the world 
14 EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF STORING AND RETRIEVING DATA FROM OPTICAL DISC THROUGH LASERS AND DESIGNING IC FOR THE DISC , Ekansh Agarwal 
The present paper explain the analysis of storing and retrieving data At the point when the laser disregards the polycarbonate substrate, light is reflected off the intelligent surface, yet when the laser arrives at a knock, that is the thing that permits it to encode data. This data is put away in 22188 tracks engraved in scores. On account of a clear circle, as the data isn't put away as pits however as hued marks, a pre-groove is set in the clear plate to assist the burner with following the twisting way, all together that exactness designing isn't required on CD copiers 
15 A STUDY ON THE FACTORS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MARKETS OF INDIA  , Sumit Prakash, Dr. Sanjay Pachouri
Man-made intelligence has unobtrusively made inroads into the everyday lives of Indian natives in the type of application based taxi aggregators and advanced associates on smart phones. The interest can be checked from the way that leading IT benefit outsourcing organizations have started thinking, talking and (a couple) launching AI stages. In any case, these are simply little strides towards achieving a definitive objective of AI—in particular replacing human intelligence. 
16 CLOUD COMPUTING AND POSSIBLE SECURITY SYSTEM: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY  , Pramod Kumar, Dr. Anu Bharti 
The users are currently experiencing a switch in the information technology world, from in- house generated computing power into utility- supplied computing called cloud computing. In cloud computing resources are delivered over the Internet as a Web Services. Recently, there has been a dramatic increase in the popularity of cloud computing systems that rent computing resources on-demand, bill on pay-as-you-go basis, and many users on the same physical infrastructure. The cloud computing environment provides an illusion of infinite computing resources to users. 
17 A STUDY ON MARKETING STRATEGY FOR PROFITABILITY OF INDIAN HOSPITALS  , Sunit Thakur, Dr. Kavita Gupta 
The paper explain social insurance administrations have certain qualities that separate them from items. Administrations are short-lived, impalpable and variable. As indicated by Ashok Anantram, president, business improvement, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai, "Marketing as an idea is the equivalent in item and administration industry. There is an item or administration - one segment produces it and alternate expends it. Marketing is interchange among makers and customers." However, the distinction comes in marketing unmistakable and immaterial items. 
18 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICES OF WATER SANITAION AND HYGIENE  , Maria Zakria, Sumaira Raiz, Muhammad Afzal, Syad Amir Gillani, Abdul Majad 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of water sanitation and hygiene in the community. Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude practice of water sanitation and hygiene in community. Place and duration of study The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months. Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The community had a sample size of 150. The purpose of this study is to examine the awareness, attitude and experience of water sanitation and hygiene in community. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess community awareness and attitude and practices on water sanitation and hygiene. Results: The overall result of water sanitation and hygiene knowledge of the community was positive as regarding practices and attitude of about hygiene and water satiation ,attitude was little bit positive but practices as negative about hygiene and water sanitation in the community . Conclusion: This study showed that community behaviors were positive about water sanitation and hygiene with a certain percentage of community having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper hygiene and water sanitation other studies have shown that awareness of water sanitation and hygiene is positive relative to behaviors and practices. 
19 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICES OF WATER SANITAION AND HYGIENE  , Maria Zakria, Sumaira Raiz, Muhammad Afzal, Syad Amir Gillani, Abdul Majad 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of water sanitation and hygiene in the community. Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude practice of water sanitation and hygiene in community. Place and duration of study The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months. Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The community had a sample size of 150. The purpose of this study is to examine the awareness, attitude and experience of water sanitation and hygiene in community. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess community awareness and attitude and practices on water sanitation and hygiene. Results: The overall result of water sanitation and hygiene knowledge of the community was positive as regarding practices and attitude of about hygiene and water satiation ,attitude was little bit positive but practices as negative about hygiene and water sanitation in the community . Conclusion: This study showed that community behaviors were positive about water sanitation and hygiene with a certain percentage of community having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper hygiene and water sanitation other studies have shown that awareness of water sanitation and hygiene is positive relative to behaviors and practices. 
20 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, PRACTICES OF WATER SANITAION AND HYGIENE  , Maria Zakria, Sumaira Raiz, Muhammad Afzal, Syad Amir Gillani, Abdul Majad 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of water sanitation and hygiene in the community. Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude practice of water sanitation and hygiene in community. Place and duration of study The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months. Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The community had a sample size of 150. The purpose of this study is to examine the awareness, attitude and experience of water sanitation and hygiene in community. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess community awareness and attitude and practices on water sanitation and hygiene. Results: The overall result of water sanitation and hygiene knowledge of the community was positive as regarding practices and attitude of about hygiene and water satiation ,attitude was little bit positive but practices as negative about hygiene and water sanitation in the community . Conclusion: This study showed that community behaviors were positive about water sanitation and hygiene with a certain percentage of community having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper hygiene and water sanitation other studies have shown that awareness of water sanitation and hygiene is positive relative to behaviors and practices. 
21 SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS AFFECTING BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN SHANDONG, CHINA  , Meiyu Zhou, Rachelle S. Garcia 
Background: China has very low breastfeeding rate (29.25%) and healthcare workers are expected to play a central role protecting, supporting, and advocating breastfeeding. This study aims to investigate healthcare workers’ breastfeeding practice and the socioeconomic factors affecting it. Methods and Findings: This a descriptive retrospective cross-sectional study. There were ninety (90) healthcare working mothers in Shandong, China who participated in the study. Ironically, findings revealed that even promoters of breastfeeding have low adherence on breastfeeding (42%) in Shandong, China. Moreover, socioeconomic factors that affect breastfeeding practices for the first 24 months of child’s life are age of mothers, length of service, monthly family income and number of children. Conclusion: Even promoters of breastfeeding poorly adheres to the breastfeeding protocol and targeting the appropriate groups will be contributory to the success of breastfeeding campaign. 
22 CULTURALLY CONGRUENT CARE: PROVIDING BEST CARE TO MEANINGFUL EXPERIENCES FOR PATIENTS’ CULTURAL SENSITIVITY  , Ma. Theresa Salinda, Francis Vincent Acena, Vilma Vasquez, Perla Lachica, Marlyn L. Cabading, Glenda Moraño, Jhal B. Espinosa, Sheree Ann Ancheta- Ortua, Joseph Erol T. Cuevas 
Background: Culturally Congruent is providing quality care that promote cultural competency. This include extreme humility and extreme openness and acceptance of different culture in beliefs, values, and discipline. Purpose: This study aims to provide quality patient care despite the challenges in the healthcare plans like misinformation, mistrust and misinterpretation. The nurse should provide quality health care that suit to patient culture. Methods: The method use is a case analysis. The eight steps of this method are: 1) Selecting a concept; 2) Determining the aims or purposes of analysis; 3) Identifying all uses of the concept; 4) Determining the defining attributes of the concept; 5) Constructing a model case; 6) Constructing borderline, contrary, invented, and illegitimate cases; 7) Identifying antecedents and consequences; and 8) Defining empirical references. Results: The theory of culture care emphasizes in the uniqueness of nursing as a means to know and help the culture in the field of clinical practice. Culturally based care factors are recognized as major influence upon human expressions related to health and illness. The theory also serves as guide to nurses’ thinking, practice and in research development. Conclusion: Integrating cultural competence models will promote effectiveness in nursing practice. 
23 COPING STRATEGIES OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS IN TRANSITION TO COMMUNITY SETTING: A MIXED METHODOLOGY  , Judith J. Sugay 
Background and Objective: Patients recovering from MI need to manage one’s transition of care from the hospital to the community setting through effective coping. Coping effectively may require significant behavioral change in emotional, physical, and social aspects. Methods and Findings: This study utilized a mixed method design in MI patients age 40-65 years old, discharged from government hospitals in Metro Manila to describe how well the participants cope with MI after hospitalization. The participants were able to cope well in terms of their emotional, physical, and social strategies, which were found helpful after hospitalization. The theme developed from the qualitative strand includes optimism, acceptance, ability to express one’s self to others, appreciative, and solitary. Hence, these coping strategies were found helpful after their hospitalization due to MI. Conclusion: Most of the participants were optimistic, practice healthy lifestyle, able to express one’s self to others, and have accepted their heart disease 
24 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TOPICAL APPLICATION OF COCOS NUCIFERA VERSUS NORMAL SALINE SOLUTION IN INCISIONAL WOUND HEALING SPRAGUE DAWLEY RATS  , Christine Jamie C. Bernardo, Trina Cae Emilla Constantino, Razor D. De Vera, Nichole S. Famorcan, Maria Karina D. Zamora, Rachelle S. Garcia 
Cocos nucifera has long been utilized as wound healing medium by folk healers in the Philippines yet there are quite a few studies to support efficacy and safety to substitute the standard wound healing therapy. This experimental study investigated the effect of Cocos nucifera application on incisional wound in Sprague Dawley rats versus Normal Saline Solution control group. After five (5) experimental days, result verified that application of Cocos nucifera and NSS are safe and effective wound healing agents as evidenced by improvement in size, edges, exudates, epithelization and pink/normal surrounding skin and nonappearance of wound hitches such as edema nor necrosis. Despite the disparity between the two groups in terms of epithelization rate, the researchers believe that sodium or salt supplementation to Cocos nucifera topical preparation may enhance epithelization rate. Hence, this study highlighted that Cocos nucifera topical application is a, inexpensive, safe, effective and readily accessible substitute for standard NSS wound healing treatment 
25 A STUDY ON SOFTWARE LIBRARY FOR GRAPH ANALYTICS  , Divyanshu Dixit, Dr. R.S. Parihar 
Preventive controls reinforce the framework against episodes, by and large by diminishing if not really taking out weaknesses. Strong authentication of cloud clients, It makes it more outlandish that unapproved clients can get to cloud frameworks, and more probable that cloud clients are emphatically recognized. 
26 ASSESS KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE, AND PRACTICES OF MOTHERS REGARDING INFANT AND CHILD BREASTFEEDING IN THE COMMUNITY  , Maria Zakria, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Hussain, Syad Amir Gillani 
Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practices of mothers regarding infant and child breastfeeding in the community Study Design: The design of this study was quantitative descriptive cross sectional to assess knowledge, attitude and practice of mothers regarding infant and child breastfeeding. Place and duration of study: The study was held in Lahore community for 6 months Material and Method: In this analysis, a quantitative descriptive cross sectional design was used. The mothers had a sample size of 150. SPSS version 21 analyzed the results, mean and standard deviation was used to assess mothers' awareness and attitude and practices on breastfeeding. Results: The overall mean breastfeeding experience of the mothers was 7.03 and SD is 2.572, and the attitude of the mean was 16.97 and SD is 6.066, the mean of the practice is 12.16 and SD 3.551. Conclusion: This study showed that mother’s behaviors were positive about breastfeeding with a certain percentage of mothers having a positive attitude and inadequate awareness of proper breastfeeding for infants and child. 
27 ACADEMIC STRESS IN RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH AND SOCIO- ECONOMIC STATUS  , Sabar Mahalat, Dr. Sonam Bansal 
Mental health is an important part of public health. According to the international public health report between 20 and 40 percent of the general population suffer from poor mental health - everything from severe psychiatric disorders such as psychosis to milder mental health symptoms such as nervousness, anxiety or sleeping problems. Poor mental health has large economic and social consequences both for the individual and society. Although, a systematic structure improves the performance of students in different spheres, to introduce an atmosphere conducive to intellectuals and to minimize the stress on students. The present paper studied the academic stress in relation to mental health and socio-economic status of West Bengal. The study utilized descriptive survey method. The sample comprised of 200 secondary school students of West Bengal. Bisht Battery of Stress Scale(BBSS) developed by Bisht (1987), Mental Health inventory developed by Rai and Srivastva (1986) and Socio-Economic Status Scale developed by Bhardwaj (1978) was used as a measure of mean scores and correlation for analysis of the study. Data was collected with the help of selected tools. The results were shown that academic stress, mental health and socio-economic status were correlated and there was significant negative correlation between these variables. It has been interpreted from the results that there was significant effect of academic stress on mental health of secondary school students of West Bengal. 
28 RAPID REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE BEHIND AIR QUALITY STRATEGIES AND TECHNOLOGIES  , Ashok Prasad, Dr. Anu Bharti 
The paper deals with poor air quality negatively affects human health and the environment. For this reason, governments and private sector organisations across the world are developing and trialling a wide range of ways to improve air quality. This paper provides a rapid review of the different types of air quality initiatives that exist internationally, and offers a brief indication of the evidence base behind them. 
29 PROPERTIES CO-RELATIONSHIP IN BAST FIBRE-HEMP VS COMMERCIALLY USED FIBRES COTTON, FLAX AND JUTE  , Ashok Mehra, Dr. Pankaj Gupta  
iHemp (Industrial Hemp) is a variety of Cannabis sativa L. plant species of the mulberry family.It is a sustainable crop having multiple applications in various fields like in textiles, paper, insulation ,automobiles, bio fuel,food industry and medicinal field. In today’s purview it has many advantages of it being organic, renewable and having a low carbon footprint. But unfortunately, its banned in India due to the presence of psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). However, most of countries are now using industrial hemp having low THC content. The use of iHemp is sustainable asset can be used for getting benefits in natural, social and monetary conditions in the regions of country , where it is appropriate to grow. Practically, iHemp is a multi-beneficial crop as each and every part of crop has been used and also environmental friendly. Hemp is known as a bast fiber plant. Its stem is known as “bast”. The fibres obtained from it ,has a high fibre strength and tenacity as compared to other natural fibres, so it is can be used in textile products commercially. Industrial Hemp can be blended with other commonly used fibers like silk, polyester to make new products with better quality and properties. India has right geographical conditions that suits this crop for cultivation . So, the Indian Government shall look into to lift the ban on its cultivation for fibre production looking the positive side of it and support financially the small and marginal farmers. The aim of this paper is to present an experimental study which shows that hemp can be successfully used in textile industry for home furnishing items and other textile products. It can be used as a replacement or alternative to other commercially used natural fibres cotton,flax and jute. 
30 DESIGN OF RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEMS, AND ITS IMPACTS ADOPTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD  , Pramod Kumar, Dr. Anu Bharti 
As the world population increases, the demand increases for quality drinking water. Surface and groundwater resources are being utilized faster than they can be recharged. Rainwater harvesting is an old practice that is being adopted by many nations as a viable decentralized water source. This paper reviews the methods, design of rainwater harvesting systems, and its impacts adopted in all parts of the world 
31 EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF STORING AND RETRIEVING DATA FROM OPTICAL DISC THROUGH LASERS AND DESIGNING IC FOR THE DISC , Ekansh Agarwal 
The present paper explain the analysis of storing and retrieving data At the point when the laser disregards the polycarbonate substrate, light is reflected off the intelligent surface, yet when the laser arrives at a knock, that is the thing that permits it to encode data. This data is put away in 22188 tracks engraved in scores. On account of a clear circle, as the data isn't put away as pits however as hued marks, a pre-groove is set in the clear plate to assist the burner with following the twisting way, all together that exactness designing isn't required on CD copiers 
32 A STUDY ON THE FACTORS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MARKETS OF INDIA  , Sumit Prakash, Dr. Sanjay Pachouri
Man-made intelligence has unobtrusively made inroads into the everyday lives of Indian natives in the type of application based taxi aggregators and advanced associates on smart phones. The interest can be checked from the way that leading IT benefit outsourcing organizations have started thinking, talking and (a couple) launching AI stages. In any case, these are simply little strides towards achieving a definitive objective of AI—in particular replacing human intelligence. 
33 CLOUD COMPUTING AND POSSIBLE SECURITY SYSTEM: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY  , Pramod Kumar, Dr. Anu Bharti 
The users are currently experiencing a switch in the information technology world, from in- house generated computing power into utility- supplied computing called cloud computing. In cloud computing resources are delivered over the Internet as a Web Services. Recently, there has been a dramatic increase in the popularity of cloud computing systems that rent computing resources on-demand, bill on pay-as-you-go basis, and many users on the same physical infrastructure. The cloud computing environment provides an illusion of infinite computing resources to users. 
34 A STUDY ON MARKETING STRATEGY FOR PROFITABILITY OF INDIAN HOSPITALS  , Sunit Thakur, Dr. Kavita Gupta 
The paper explain social insurance administrations have certain qualities that separate them from items. Administrations are short-lived, impalpable and variable. As indicated by Ashok Anantram, president, business improvement, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai, "Marketing as an idea is the equivalent in item and administration industry. There is an item or administration - one segment produces it and alternate expends it. Marketing is interchange among makers and customers." However, the distinction comes in marketing unmistakable and immaterial items.