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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT (IJRTM)

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1 A REVIEW ON: EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON RUBBERIZED CONCRETE , HIMANI RAWAT, ANJU, NIDHI, SANGEETA DHYANI.
Waste tires rubber is non-biodegradable in nature which produce excessively worldwide every year. It cannot be discharge easily in the environment as its decomposition takes much time and also produce environmental pollution. Discard vehicles tires are the type of the waste which is generally stockpiled, disposed by landfill or buried. But now a day disposed of whole or shredded tires by land filling technique is ban by European Union policies. In such a case the reuse of rubber wastes, the possible solution is to incorporate it into concrete and replace some of the natural aggregates. This paper review the tests perform to determine the compressive strength, workability, tensile strength and water absorption.
2 THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE EDUCATIONAL SECTOR IN YEMEN DURING THE WAR , HESHAM AL-ZIADY
The breaking out of war in Yemen in 2014 has made massive damage and deterioration in the educational sector, in addition to the incapability of the government to function its tasks. As a result of the war, international organizations have to undertake more intensive and effective role to cover the needs of the educational sector. This thesis aims to raise some questions about the role of international organizations in the educational sector in Yemen during the war of 2014, through semi-structured in-depth interviews with the workers of the international organizations, and the educational field. The findings show that international organizations have a major role in Yemen in covering the educational needs and addressing the problems in this sector. However, they are also criticized for their methods. The thesis argues that in order to fit the real needs of students, the international organizations’ mechanisms of implementing projects must be regulated through certain steps suggested in the conclusion part.
3 THE IMPACT OF THE TURBULENT AND COMPLEX ENVIRONMENT ON THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS-A CASE OF YEMENI BANKING SECTOR , KHALED AL-DHAHERI, DR. BEKIR EMRE KURTULMUS
4 A REVIEW ON: STUDY ON EFFECTIVE LOCATION OF SHEAR WALLFOR EARTHQUAKE RESSISTING BUILDING , UDAY SINGH BISHT, VIVEK JOSHI, SANGEETA DHYANI
5 EFFECT OF FLY ASH ON PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE – A REVIEW , VIVEK JOSHI, UDAY SINGH BISHT, SANGEETA DHYANI
6 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BUILDING AAC BLOCKS AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO CONVENTIONAL BRICKS , MANISH KUMAR, SANGEETA DHYANI
7 STUDY OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE BY REPLACEMENT OF CERAMIC FLOOR TILES AS COARSE AGGREGATE , MONIKA KAPARWAN, ARVIND CHANDRA, POOJA SEMWAL
8 A REVIEW PAPER ON DETECTION OF CRACK DEVELOPED IN CANTILEVER BEAM BY USING VARIOUS TECHNIQUES , ANKIT CHAMOLI, POOJA SEMWAL
9 STUDY ON EFFECT OF RICE HUSK ASH (POZZOLANIC & GREEN SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL) ON CONCRETE , BHUPENDRA KUMAR, POOJA SEMWAL
10 DETAILING ASPECTS OF THE REINFORCEMENT IN REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES RETAINING WALL (CASE STUDY) , VIPIN SINGH, POOJA SEMWAL
11 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCEINBRIDGE ENGINEERING , NITIN SAINI, POOJA SEMWAL
12 EFFECT OF LABOR TURNOVER ON PRODUCTIVITY IN HEALTH INSTITUTIONS IN KHULAIS GOVERNORATE - MAKKAH , DR. ALI AHMED
13 IMPACT OF COUNTERFEIT BRANDS ON CONSUMERS ACCEPTANCE ON THE ORIGINAL BRANDS , ROULA MARDINI
14 RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN CYBER SPACE - A STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO PRIVACY OF PATIENTS IN HEALTH CARE INFORMATION K.S.A. , Dr MAHA ABDU OTHMAN, Dr SALEENA K B
15 EVALUATION OF CAPACITY AND LEVEL OF SERVICE AT SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS – A CASE STUDY IN HAWASSA CITY , BIRALEM GINDA, DR RAJU RAMESH REDDY, GEBREFLIMONA ABERA
16 A SELF TAUGHT LEARNING BASED DEEP LEARNING APPROACH TOWARD NETWORK INTRUSION DETECTION , UTTAM KUMAR DEY, TANZILLAH WAHID, MOHAMMAD ALAUDDIN
17 ASPECTS OF PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT OF EMERGENCY LOGISTICS , DR. AKRAM ELENTABLY
18 PRINCIPLES OF APPLICATION OF JOINT MARITIME LOSS SYSTEM , DR. SALIM ALHARBI
19 THE IMPORTANCE OF FINANCIAL DIMENSIONS OF SEA PORTS , DR. SALIM ALHARBI
20 THE ROLE OF VEHICLE AUTONOMOUS TO ACTIVATING DRIVERLESS INDOOR TRANSPORT SYSTEMS , DR. AKRAM ELENTABLY, DR. SALIM ALHARBI
21 THE IMPORTANCE OF INSURANCE WITH RISKS AND SOLUTIONS FOR PORTS AND TERMINALS , DR. AKRAM ELENTABLY, DR. SALIM ALHARBI
22 TUBONGPINOY: AN ONLINE PORTAL WITH DECISION SUPPORT AND PREDICTION SYSTEM FOR CROP PRODUCTION , PROF. ALLEN PAUL ESTEBAN,  PROF. RUTH ANN SANTOS
23 ROBUST OPTIMIZATION TO AVOID CURVE-FITTING IN  ALGORITHMIC TRADINGROBUST OPTIMIZATION TO AVOID CURVE-FITTING IN ALGORITHMIC TRADING , FARID HELALAT
24 BROWN PLANTHOPPER DETECTION USING FASTER REGION-CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK , JET C. AQUINO, JAMES A. ESQUIVEL
25 MIDDLE INCOME TRAP: AN EVALUATION BY PROBIT MODEL , DENIZ DILARA DERELI, BEGÜM ERDIL ŞAHIN,
26 A SURVEY ON AWARENESS AND USAGE OF DIGITAL LIBRARY RESOURCES BY MANAGEMENT FACULTY IN INDORE REGION , DR.SANJEEVANI GANGWANI, PROF. BHAVANA BAGHERWAL, DR. LATEFA HAMAD
27 GRADE II PUPILS PERFORMANCE IN PHILIPPINE INFORMAL READING INVENTORY (PHIL-IRI): DOES INTERVENTION MATTER , RUTH G. LUCIANO, VIVIAN A. SAN PEDRO
28 ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK IN FORECASTING RICE YIELDS THROUGH CLIMATIC FACTORS , RIZZA G. BALTAZAR, ROSANNA A. ESQUIVEL
29 SERVICE ECONOMY AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES , ZIED AKROUT, MARIEM NASRAOUI
30 A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL AND PARTICIPATION BANKING SYSTEMS: A CASE OF TURKEY , AHMAD FAHIM OMID
31 RICE INSECT PEST DETECTION AND COUNTINGUSING CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK , JET C. AQUINO, DR.JAMES A. ESQUIVEL
32 FLOATING HOUSE WITH AUTOMATIC UPLIFT FOUNDATION MECHANISM , ABHISHEK RANA, VIMAL MOHAN, VIVEK MAMGAIN,SHUBHAM PANWAR,SERVESH NEGI,RONIT KUMAR