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IPR- The Backbone of Biotechnology published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Priyanka Kriplani1* and Rahul Taneja2 The role of intellectual property rights has become a key issue in agricultural and resource economics over the past two decades. The changes in biotechnology and intellectual property protection that have occurred since 1980 make private enterprise possible for the first time in many broad research areas in agriculture and the health sciences. Furthermore, universities, cooperatives and other public and non-profit institutions now have the option of licensing or selling research outputs in this area, rather than giving their results away for free. As the scope and power of Intellectual property rights in biotechnology has grown, their international reach has expanded. These developments raise many fascinating and important issues: optimal patent design and licensing; the implications of Intellectual property rights under cumulative innovation, typical of agriculture and biotechnology; the effects of the TRIPS agreement on developing countries and the effects of Intellectual property rights on monopolization of key sectors.2
Recurrent oropharyngeal candidiasis with T-cell deficiency: a case report published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anirban Chatterjee We report a case of six-year-old boy, presenting with recurrent oropharyngeal candidiasis without Candidal sepsis. The most important immunological characteristics were T cell deficiency, anergy to common recall antigens but normal serum immunoglobulins, and phagocytosis. The patient responded to antifungal treatment. Considering clinical course of the disease and laboratory finding, patient was diagnosed as a case of chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis.
Dry Eye in Diabetic Retinopathy published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. R. S. Umadevi, Dr. Tripti Choudhary Introduction: Diabetes is one of the most common causes of blindness.Diabetic patients complain of burning and foreign body sensation which are the symptoms of dry eye . Diabetic retinopathy is correlated with reduced tear film function. Materials and methods: The study was done on 100 eyes of 50 diabetic patients attending KIMS ,Bangalore. Detailed ophthalmic evaluation was done. Dry eye was confirmed by fluorescein dye staining, tear film break up time (TBUT)and Schirmer I test . Results : Out of the 50 diabetic patients ,34 were male and 16, female. Of the 100 eyes studied. Schirmer I test was positive in 34 eyes and TBUT positive in 66 eyes. Many eyes showed both Schirmer I and TBUT positive simultaneously associated with longer duration of diabetes. Conclusion: patients with diabetes tend to develop tear film dysfunction. Early diagnosis and treatment prevents complications like vision deficit and secondary bacterial infection
AIRFOIL FOR APPLICATION IN WIND TURBINE BLADE: A Review published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhishek Yadav* , Ganpat Lal Rakesh Global warming as well as increasing environmental and economic cost of fossil fuels, conservation of non-renewable resources like wing energy motivate to explore the new avenues for electricity generation which could be clean, safe as well as offers a pollution-free and most valuable to serve the society for a long period. After study of many literatures it has been concluded that the airfoil of S834 and S835 is the airfoil design for application of wind turbine has been gives more useful to other airfoil. An overview of the current and future trends in wind turbine blade structural design process is presented.
Ciphertext Policy-Attribute Based Encryption for Data Retrieval in Disruption-TolerantNetworks published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
C. Balakrishnan, P. Divya A military environment such as a battlefield or a hostile region is likely to suffer from temporary disconnections like jamming, environmental factors, and mobility. Disruption tolerant network [1] are the successful solution that allow wireless devices carried by soldiers to communicate with each other and access the confidential information by exploration storage nodes includes authorization policy or by updating policy .The policies include cipher- text policy attribute based encryption enables encryptors to choose an access policy on attributes and to encrypt confidential data under the access structure via encrypting with the corresponding public keys or attributes . The problem of applying Cp-Abe[2] in DTN includes attribute revocation, key escrow, and coordination of attribute. In proposed system, immediately enhances backward/forward secrecy, escrows-free key issuing protocol and monotone access structure for security and efficient management in confidential data.
A Novel Scheme for Live Streaming Evolution Networks published in

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Mr.U.Saravanakumar, Mr.S.Dilip kumar As live streaming keep to permeate into our daily lives, it is flattering all the time more important that Internet live brook networks provide reliable presentation, in spite of such set of connections becoming more intricate, to operate in the increasingly more complex Internet. A key capacity to make sure that live torrent networks provide reliable presentation is to subject them to major, sensible presentation assessment. Existing evaluation scheme including lab testing, simulation, and theoretical modeling, lack either scale or realism. The main difficulty in internet procedure television is streaming of audio and video signals. A quantity of profitable organism are construct to study and study the performance of live torrent of audio and video signals. Peer to Peer multiplexing provides a good solution for this crisis. In this term paper a dissimilarity of P2P multiplexing is proposed which is called as recipient based P2P multiplexing. To analyze the performance of the proposed multiplexing techniques the very famous European network “Zatto” is considered. This paper also illustrates the network construction of Zatto and uses the data composed from the provider to evaluate the presentation of the proposed variation in P2P multiplexing. This paper mostly focuses on humanizing video density technologies have make a payment to the emergence of these IPTV services and exposed that error-correcting code and small package retransmission can help improve network stability by isolating packet losses and preventing transient congestion from resulting in peer division multiplexing reconfigurations.
CURRENT STATUS OF ORALLY DISINTEGRATING DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM AND FUTURE PROSPECTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sachin B. Dudhe*, Pravin K. Bhoyar, Mangesh H. Hingankar, Upadesh B. Lade Over the past three decades, Orally Disintegrating Tablet (ODT) has gained much attention as a preferred alternative to conventional oral dosage form such as tablet and capsules. This are also called as orodisperse, mouth dissolving, rapidly disintegrating, and fast melt system. This disintegrates in the mouth in seconds without chewing and the need of water which is advantageous mainly for pediatrics, geriatrics and patients having difficulty in swallowing tablets and capsules. Conventional preparation methods are spray drying, freeze drying, direct compression, Molding, and sublimation while new technologies have been developed for the production of orodispersible tablets. This review describes various formulation aspects, disintegrants employed and challenges in formulating ODTS, along with various exipients, evaluation tests and industrial applications in detail.
Correlation between fasting insulin and blood pressure in obese and non-obese middle aged Indian adults published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.Raja ReddyP, Dr. Lakshmaiah V, Dr. Karthiyanee Kutty, Dr. Madhavi ReddyM A total of two eighty seven individual adults attending to medicine outpatient department, with age group of 35-50 years were included in the study.Anthropometric and biochemical parameters were evaluated by standard procedures. Statistical analysis was established.Significant systolic blood pressure (SBP) (p<0.003) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) (p<0.044) were observed with BMI variations. The observed anthropometric parameters like weight (p<0.001), height (p<0.003), WC (0.001), HC (0.001) were found highly significant with BMI classification. Fasting insulin levels were found highly significantwas positively correlated with diastolic blood pressure (p< 0.046) of BMI <25 kg/m2.The highly significant serum total cholesterol (P<0.002) and triglycerides (p<0.034) were observed with BMI variations. There were no significant difference observed for HDL-cholesterol (p<0.641) and LDL-cholesterol (P<0.062) with BMI variations. However VLDL (p< 0.034) showed highly significant with BMI variations. Strong correlation was observed between fasting insulin and blood pressure in obese subjects.
SIMULATION PLANNING OF THE LEARNING PROCESS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexey A. Ryzhenko; Natalya Y. Ryzhenko; Nikolay A. Matveev the mechanism of modeling processes of the educational environment is present in article. Feature of model is the specialization and systematization of each element within the common total goal that gives the chance accurately to represent a training result
“Os estudantes ainda estão famintos!”: ousadia, ocupação e resistência dos estudantes secundaristas no Brasil published in

Religación. Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades

Published by RELIGACIÓN-RGN. Centro de Investigaciones en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades desde América Latina
Denise N. De Sordi Sérgio Paulo Morais O movimento de ocupação das escolas pelos estudantes do Estado de São Paulo iniciado no ano de 2015 promoveu a abertura de um novo campo de possibilidades na experiência política brasileira. A partir da reivindicação de pautas sobre a política institucional da educação formal, entre a construção de espaços de autonomia e liberdade nas escolas com as ocupações, o movimento dos estudantes permitiu notarmos a emergência de diferentes formas de relações políticas do cotidiano envolvendo a participação política e a construção de novas práticas sociais. Ao analisar este movimento buscamos interpretar sua influência e possibilidades para novas formas de consciência e ação política que surgem a partir da emancipação ou reorganização de movimentos historicamente articulados em torno de práticas e metodologias políticas ambientadas no sindicalismo, partidos políticos e em movimentos sociais organizados.
MEDICONNECT published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Prof S. A Shinde, Ishan Garud, Vikrant Pradhan, Nazim Udasi, Priyanka Bhange In this paper we will be focusing on the use of PIS i.e. Personal Information System to establish a connection between a Patient, Doctor, Pharmacy and Pathology. With the Help of PIS the doctor will be able to access the medical history of a patient and instanly give appointments to the patient, The patient need not worry about carrying their medical records with them where ever they go, all the record will be here in the system. With the use of Adhar Card Number one will not be confused with other individual.
Hospital Acquired Elizabethkingia Meningoseptica Bacteremia : A Rare Case Report in Immunocompromised Patient published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sunita Bhatawadekar, Mrs. Lata Yadav, Dr.Satyajeet Bhoite, Dr.Meera Modak E. meningoseptica is a multidrug resistant organism that rarely causes meningitis and sepsis in neonates and adults. We report a case of hospital acquired E. meningoseptica bacteremia in a chronic alcoholic patient. He was successfully treated with combination of Meropenem and Sulbactam. To the best of our knowledge this is the one of the rare case report of hospital acquired bacteremia by E. meningoseptica in India.
SYNTHESIS AND STRUCTURAL CORRELATION TWO COPPER(II)COMPLEXES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jeeva, J.* and Ramachandramoorthy, T. Copper(II) complexes with 4- hydroxypyridine and cyanate ion / thiocyanate ion were synthesised in microwave field using a microwave oven. They were characterized and these two complexes were compared for their structural and biological activities.
Stochastic modelling of maize evapotranspiration under the climatic conditions of Banswara published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.V. NIRMAL, S.R. BHAKAR, R.C. PUROHIT AND MAHESH KOTHARI Stochastic modelling of maize evapotranspiration has done using 8 years (1998–2005) data. The performed statistical tests indicated that the series of the evapotranspiration data is trend free. The periodic component of evapotranspiration can be represented by second harmonic expression. The stochastic components of the evapotranspiration follow third order model. Validation of generated evapotranspiration series was done by comparison of generated evapotranspiration series and measured evapotranspiration series. The correlation coefficient between generated evapotranspiration series and measured evapotranspiration series was found to be 0.99. The correlation was tested by t-test and found to be highly significant at 1 per cent level. The standard error (0.13 mm) is quite low. The regression equation is very near to 1:1 line. Therefore, developed model can be used for future prediction of maize evapotranspiration series.
CUSTOMERS PERCEPTION ABOUT RETAIL FORMATS(SELF SERVICE)” ; WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BHOPAL, INDIA published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Lt Col Subramanian R, Dr Rajeesh Viswanathan, Dr S Thiyagarajan, Organized retail formats are making inroads in India. Increasing competition and entry of multinational retailers in organized retailing sector brings forth not only new store formats (Maronick and Stiff, 1985) but also raises the question of survival of traditional small retail (kirana) stores (Sengupta, 2008; Goswami and Mishra, 2009; Gopalakrishnan and Sreenivasa, 2009; Ramkrishnan, 2010.This paper identifies the customers perception about retail formats (self service) to ensure survival and generate profit.
A REVIEW ON SOLID DISPERSION published in

INDIAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF PHARMACY AND SCIENCE

Published by Phytotherapy Research Group
Parimita Kalita, Aditya Bora The oral route of administration is the mostly and easily used method of delivery due to convenience and ease of ingestion for many drugs it can be a tricky and inefficient mode of delivery for water-insoluble drug. There are some drugs which typically decreases dissolution rate limited absorption resulting in poor bioavailability of drugs when delivering via the oral route.Solid dispersion is a competent approach to deal with drugs that suffer from dissolutionlimited absorption. This strategy has proven to improve the bioavailability by dispersing the hydrophobic drug as very fine particles within hydrophilic matrix that results in increased solubility with increased surface area available for dissolution.The review covers concise preface of solid dispersion highlighting various approaches for their preparation, Technology involved, selection of carriers and methods of characterization.
PENGUKURAN LEBAR LAUT TERITORIAL MENGGUNAKAN GARIS PANGKAL MENURUT UNCLOS 1982 DAN PENERAPANNYA DALAM HUKUM INDONESIA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Eva Johan Arrangement of concerning wide determination the territorial of sea is conducted by withdrawal the jetty lines that done by harmonizing the regulation of the stipulating the useful of the archipelago jetty lines that matching with region of NKRI by positive law instrument of Indonesia. But which require to be reemphasized is Indonesia obligation to make a map of the regional border line of Indonesia, because till in the end Indonesia still use the illustrative map that made in the 1960 year. The government of Indonesia have to immediately make the map of the region of Indonesia by using dot co-ordinate of the jetty lines of Indonesia archipelago which have been specified according to PP No.37 year 2008 to take care the sovereignty of Indonesia. Kata kunci : pengukuran lebar laut territorial, garis pangkal dan hukum Indonesia.
Comparison of Synthetic Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Conventional Concrete in Construction of Concrete Pavements published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dondeti Sukanya, Dr. S. Siddiraju If properly designed, constructed and maintained, reinforced structures are generally very durable. However, for structures in aggressive environment corrosion of steel can be significant problem. To overcome this problem, sometimes synthetic fibers are added to the concrete mix. Synthetic fibers are used in our study are polypropylene and polyester. In this study, the results of strength properties of synthetic fiber reinforced concrete are presented. Also conducted the conventional tests for concrete such as the compressive strength and flexural strength of concrete samples are made with different amounts
LITERATURE SURVEY ON GRID INTEGRATION AND POWER MANAGEMENT OF SOLAR/WIND HYBRID MICRO-UNITS WITH BIDIRECTIONAL CONVERTERS BY USING SOFT COMPUTING TECHNIQUES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
M. Nagaiah*, N. M. Girish Kumar, Shaik Rafi Kiran The Proposed research is to explore the performance of Bidirectional Converters and Energy Administration system (EAS) of a Grid-connected crossover series of Solar and Wind Generation. The hybrid system comprises of wind turbine (WT) and solar photovoltaic (PV) panels as an essential energy sources. Inventive topologies for Renewable Energy (RE) change systems that incorporate with electric grids and energy storage systems are to be considered for different needs in smart grid applications. DC-DC bidirectional converter is to be connected between batteries bank and DC-connect bus voltage, is utilized to control the power through DC-link voltage. It is additionally to be utilized to make the batteries bank stores the overflow of solar energy and supplies this energy to the load during solar power lack. The complex Soft Computing Techniques are to be considered for the control of Bidirectional Converters. The proposed investigate work is additionally to recognize better Bidirectional Voltage Source Converter to bolster surplus power generation to the primary Grid. Grid combination of Photo Voltaic (PV)/Wind crossover energy change system is to be displayed with multi-functional features.
EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON LACTATION YIELD AND LACTATION LENGTH OF HOLDEO CROSSBRED CATTLE published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sushilkumar Sanjay Mote, Dineshsingh Satyanarayansingh Chauhan, Dr. Nilotpal Ghosh The study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of different macro climatic variables on lactation length and lactation milk yield of Holdeo (Holstein Friesian x Deoni) crossbred cattle. Milk data of 145 Holdeo crossbred cows with 619 of lactation records and the meteorological data over a period of 15 years (1995-2003) were obtained from Cattle Cross Breeding Project, Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani and University Meteorological Observatory, respectively. It was observed that lactation milk yield and lactation length was highest (1136.56 + 21.04 and 295..29 + 5.51) among the cows calved during winter season as compared to rainy (1073.29 + 79.92, 277.04 + 5.3 ) and summer season (1096.71 + 86.95, 274.53 + 7.29). All the climatic variables considered in the study accounted for 68 %, 56 % and 46 % direct variation on lactation milk yield and 57 %, 53 % and 48 % direct variation on lactation length in rainy, winter and summer season, respectively, as verified by the value of coefficient of determination (R2). This research indicates that crossbred cows were sensitive to seasonal changes on their lactation length and lactation milk yield. High temperature with high humidity had a detrimental effect on lactation yield and lactation length of Holdeo crossbreds. The optimum ranges of temperature; humidity and THI for better performance of crossbred in subtropical region of India were found to be 19-26 oC, 52-66 per cent and 65-68 per cent, respectively. The meteorological observation during the period of study confirmed that there was high value of THI in seven months (March- September) in a year, which suggests that most crossbred cows are exposed to negative effects of heat stress in this region and demanding additional productive strategies like improving environment, management and comfort level of cows for maintaining their lactation performance.
Investigation of Chip Morphology and Tool Wear during Hard Machining of Hard Chrome Plated EN24 Substrate published in

Published by
K.N. Mohandas, C.S. Ramesh, K. Eshwara Prasad and N. Balashanmugam Hard Chrome plated surfaces are used in automotive, aerospace and marine applications. The electroplated chrome surface has to undergo finishing processes before assembled for service. Improvements in the tool and coating technologies, varieties of tool options are available to machine surfaces with hardness more than 45HRc. The objective of this research is to find the influence of tool wear and the surface characteristics of the chrome surfaces. The wear characteristics of Polycrystalline Cubic Boron Nitride (PcBN) tool with different nose radius, tool angles are analyzed with varying machining parameters. The investigation helped choose the process as alternative to grinding for a specific length of cut. The chips produced by the hard turning were studied by Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The SEM analysis revealed that the chips produced were brittle in nature.
Entrepreneurial Culture Extrapolate Perception by Extrinsic Incentive Management published in

Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management

Published by Scitech Research Organisation
Dr. Nasser Fegh-hi Farahmand Organizations can adopt various systems extrapolate perception humanistic approach empowerment practices to enhance employee satisfaction. This paper considers the extrinsic incentive management. The strategic importance of workers is discussed and their interaction, as an asset, with other important organization assets. The basic methodologies for workers are then explained and their limitations are considered. The systems extrapolate perception revolution moves recording and analysis activities that were traditionally professional performance lines of activities focused to high operational content. The scientific and systems extrapolate perception progress, growth and internationalization of markets, processors are processes in which the accounting profession plays a leading role of extrinsic incentive management. This study has reviewed how organizations, as powerful systems extrapolate perception humanistic approach empowerment and development eating institutions, have applied normative expectations and established boundaries for the acceptable expression of emotion among employees through tactics such as applicant screening and selection measures.
THE EFFECT OF SUBCHRONIC LOW DOSE OF DDVP AND SODIUM AZIDE ON THE HAEMATOLOGICAL INDICES OF ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Patrick Ugochukwu Agbasi*, Nse Abasi, Joy Jeremiah Onye, Chinasa Ibeawuchi, Samuel C Uzoechi, Emmanuel Ayoma Alagwu, Chukwubike U Okeke, Godwin C Uloneme Background: The frequent use of organophosphorous insecticides in our everyday life especially in our houses, offices and even against pests to preserve foods and agricultural products especially in the third world and sodium azide (a herbicide) extensive use in the farms have necessitated this study. Purpose: This research is designed to investigate the effect of low dose DDVP and sodium azide coadministration on hematological parameters of Albino rats. Method: Seven groups of five rats were used for the study. Group A was used as control and received no chemical treatment, groups B and C were injected with 1% and 3% LD50 of sodium azide respectively, while groups D and E received 1% and 3% LD50 of DDVP respectively. Equally, group F received combined doses of 1% DDVP and 1% Sodium azide while group G received 3% DDVP and 3% Sodium azide. The chemicals were administered at alternate days for twenty one days. At the end of twenty one days study period, the animals were anesthetized with chloroform and blood were aspirated through cardiac puncture into heparinized containers and then analyzed with hematology auto analyzer. Results: showed that the hemoglobin concentration (Hb), packed cell volume (PCV), red blood cell count (RBC), mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration (MCHC) of rats in groups B and C were not statistically significantly affected compared to control while the total white cell count (TWCC) of group C, platelet, lymphocyte and neutrophil count for both groups B and C were statistically significantly reduced compared to control. For rats in groups D and E, the Hb, PCV, RBC count, TWCC, MCHC, platelet count, neutrophil and lymphocyte levels were significantly reduced compared to control. In both groups F and G, the values of TWCC, MCHC, neutrophil, lymphocyte and platelet count were significantly reduced compared to control. All the polymorphological leucocytes, red cell indices and platelets values in group F were dose dependently reduced compared to group G. Conclusion: Co- administration of DDVP and sodium azide produced severe reduction of polymorphological leucocytes, red cell indices and platelets.
TRANSIENT PROCESSES IN GROUPS OF CURRENT TRANSFORMERS FOR RELAY PROTECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mykola Lutchyn* This paper presents methods of mathematical modeling of electromagnetic processes in groups of current transformers for protection, and excluding the calculation of the electrical connection with the presentation of the main hysteresis and magnetization curve for the partial hysteresis loops. Measuring characteristics of each loads phase current transformer and their secondary circuits are specified. Results of simulation of transient process according to the proposed way causes significantly increasing of the effectiveness in solving tasks such as choosing or changing of phase current transformer, choosing of operation parameters for relay protection.
Prevalence of Undernutrition Among Under 5 Children in A Rural Area published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. A. Meriton Stanly, Dr. V. Samya Introduction: There are many health programmes being implemented specifically aiming to reduce child morbidity and mortality. Children with severe malnutrition have high mortality rates. The community has not been explained of the risk that severely malnourished children due to diarrhea have an increased risk of death. It is important to know the prevalence of malnutrition for reducing the morbidity and mortality in children. Aim: To estimate the prevalence of under nutrition among under 5 children in a rural population Materials and Methods:This was a cross sectional study done among children among 5 years in a rural area. The required sample size was 385 by using an alpha error of 5% and absolute precision 5%. The under 5 children were selected by simple random sampling technique. The data was collected with a pre tested questionnaire from house to house survey from june 2014 to November 2014 in a rural area. Results:This study was done among 385 under 5 children. Among the selected children 50.7% were males and 49.3% were females. Based on IAP classification, the prevalence of under nutrition was 42.9% and that were among the males were 21.1% and 21.8% among females. Children with birth weight less than 2.5 kg had 2.9 times greater risk of under nutrition and found to be statistically significant. Children who did not have exclusive breastfeeding had 2.7 times higher risk of under nutrition Conclusion: The prevalence of under nutrition can be reduced by proper Antenatal care, exclusive Breast feeding, commencement of weaning at right time, complete immunization and proper personal hygiene
Profile of Patients With Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

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

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A. Pio Albina An investigation was made to find out whether there is any significant difference between B.Ed students in their attitude towards Internet Usage and their demographical variables. In the present study, random sampling technique was adopted to select a sample of 300 B.Ed students in Ramanathapuram Educational district, and self made tool was used to collect data. The result revealed that there is significant difference between B.Ed students in their attitude towards Internet Usage and their demographical variables.
OCCURRENCE OF YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA IN DRINKING WATER IN THE ABSENCE OF INDICATOR ORGANISM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sahota P*, Sharma N, Kirandip and Pandove G The drinking water quality with respect to bacteriological and physicochemical examination was done for 238 drinking water samples from different water utilities (municipal corporation supply taps, submersible pumps, filter samples, water tanks, storage tanks, water coolers, etc.) of urban areas of Ludhiana, Punjab, India. Standard methods were used for the analysis of pH, TDS, while E. coli, Yersinia spp. determination was carried out using BWTK and Multiple Tube Technique. Yersinia spp. was detected in 164 (68.91%) water samples. Statistical correlation was examined between the bacteriological and physicochemical parameters and found to be independent from each other. Difference between mean in each case, high standard deviation indicate that the distribution is widely off normal and exhibit an asymmetric distribution. The occurrence of E. coli was also not found to be associated with the presence or absence of Yersinia enterocolitica. So, E. coli was not found to be a suitable indicator for Yersinia spp. The findings of the current study reports the occurrence of Y. enterocolitica in drinking water and suggesting that there is need for further surveillance studies to understand the global epidemiology of emerging pathogens.
IMPROVEMENT IN NOISE AND DELAY IN DOMINO CMOS LOGIC CIRCUIT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ankit Kumar*, Dr. A.K. Gautam New experiments are always welcomed in the field of chip designing in VLSI technology. VLSI is advanced innovation over solid state devices and is based on CMOS designing. CMOS is a combination of PMOS and NMOS. The CMOS technology is mostly used to reduce power dissipation in circuitry and to minimize the losses. Still a sufficient amount of noise is present, which can cause for distortion in transmitted signal and make the whole transmission spurious. There are some known techniques which are used to minimize noise in any circuit i.e. keeper technique, precharge internal nodes and NMOS pull up transistor. The improvement over these three techniques is required so that noise could be more minimized and performance of circuitry can be increased. In this paper, experiments are done to add an additional part in the circuit to minimize the noise. The new improved circuit is named as ‘HIGH SPEED MASTER OUTPUT KEEPER DOMINO TECHNIQUE’ which minimize the noise up to great extent. All the experiment and calculations are done for logic gate using Tanner Tool EDA. The lowest noise present in AND gate was 1.75407 NV/HZ in old technique while it is minimize to 1.40310 NV/HZ in new technique.
Atypical Pain After Implant Failure published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
oleimani Mahsa, Yousefimanesh Hojatollah, Robati Maryam, Shabaninia Shahryar, Golmohhamad Fatemeh Implant failure is the worse situation in implant dentistry but the pain after failure is worst condition. Reconstruction and new implant need time consumption .During this time some complication as such as pain, infection ,bone resorption happen. This article describe an implant failure and the pain after it. We discuses this situation and the cause and management.
AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR AMONG TEENAGERS: CAUSES AND TREATMENTS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Harpreet Singh Aggression is defined as hostile, injurious, and destructive behavior. It is not an emotion, a motive, an attitude, or a diagnosis rather aggression is a behavioral response to an internal state. It is strongly suspected that aggression is due to both genetic (biological) factors and social (learned) factors. Aggressive behavior is a product of multiple factors operating on many levels in the absence of protective factor which affects youth largely within the context of their environment and experiences. It has been found that larger the number of risk factors to which an individual is exposed, greater the probability that the individual will engage in violent or more aggressive behavior. Identifying and addressing the predictors of youth violence at appropriate points in youth development is important for prevention. The pattern of violence will perpetuate or not, depending on how clinical understanding deepens regarding the causes of aggression and how this understanding is turned into prevention, intervention, and treatment. The insight and practical suggestions that are generated will allow adolescents to make meaningful alternative choices.
Nanotechnology and allelopathy: synergism in action published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
N. K. DHILLON AND S. S. MUKHOPADHYAY From seed drilling-to-dinner table, weeds account for S! loss of total cost of production. Efforts to control them resulted limited success, and often accompanied with degrading environmental quality and threat to life support system. Nanotechnology is less than a decade old initiative in agriculture, but success stories have started emerging. For example, the application of Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (CMC) nanoparticle successfully detoxificated up to 88 per cent of atrazine, and encapsulation of nano-herbicide to reduce phytotoxicity appears to be promising. Other areas, where it may be explored are: (i) controlled release of herbicide, which may respond to environmental triggers like temperature, humidity, light and so on, (ii) design of advance nano-adjuvant, which may eventually replace active ingredients, (iii) regimenting nano-adjuvant and nano-active- ingredients with smart delivery system, (iv) designing nanoparticles that would be translocated to weed roots, and kill them by inhibiting glycolysis of their food reserves (marketed herbicides kill only above ground part of weeds), and (v) designing nano-formulations (nano-dispersants / nano-emulsions) of herbicides that sterile weed seeds by damaging seed coating. The advantages of nanotechnology applications in weed control would be improved efficiency and reduced amount of herbicides, avoidance of phytotoxity of crops, and rejuvenation of ecosystem damaged by herbicides. Nanotechnology interface in agriculture has to imitate nature and thereby would be benefitted by the advances made in the allelopathy.
EXPORT POTENTIAL OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS: DIRECTIONS OF IMPROVEMENT AND OPTIMIZATION published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment “Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda”
Oksana Shkutko In the conditions of globalization of the world economy independence of any state is impossible without solving such important problem as finding its niche on the world market. Study of potential of national economy and its positioning on the world market is the problem which requires not only attention, but also studies. Assessment of real condition of economy and results of external economic activities may become the starting platform for formulating the priorities of export policy of the Republic of Belarus. The aim of article is to substantiate the provision that in the conditions of integration into the world economy, stimulation and optimization of export potential of the Republic of Belarus and development of directions for the increase of its effectiveness are drastically important. The following tasks shall be solved for achieving the above aim: to characterize tasks and instruments of stimulation; to determine peculiarities of development of export in foreign countries and assess their export potential; to analyze the condition of export potential of the Republic of Belarus and propose the directions of its increase. Conclusions. The most important role of the state in export development lies in the support of exporters by means of creating favorable external environment and motivation factors. The state may also stimulate export by means of technical and financial support (in most cases indirect support – for examples, subsidies for income from the establishment of commodity distribution networks), paying attention to the small and medium enterprises lacking the necessary resources. Export decision including on the structure of commodity distribution networks shall be taken by the companies. Similar decisions are the most effective on micro–level, as they allow taking into account peculiarities of the separate enterprises, their products and target markets.
Fishes of Gandhisagar Reservoir in Madhya Pradesh published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ridhi1, B. C. Jha1, A. Parashar2, A. K. Das1 and A. K. Bose1 Gandhisagar reservoir of Madhya Pradesh was constructed on the river Chambal. Extensive survey, would, however be essential to map the fish diversity of Gandhisagar reservoir as the data is scanty on this aspect. The present study was conducted during April 2009 to December 2011 selecting three stations: viz. Kanwala Ghandhisagar and Rampura. Fish samples were collected through repeated surveys of the landing sites, besides conducting experimental nettings and market surveys. During the present study a total of 72 species of fishes belonging to 9 orders, 20 families and 43genera have been recorded from Gandhisagar reservoir. The indepth survey and analysis revealed that Order Cypriformes (59.72%) was dominant by 43 species which was followed by Siluriformes (18.05%) with 13 species; Order Perciformes (12.5%) was represented by 9 species and Order Cyprinodontiformes (2.7%) was represented by 2 species. Order Beloniformes, Clupeiformes, Mugiliformes ,Osteoglossiformes and Synbranchiformes were also represented by each of one species (1.3%). The species belongs to Cypriniformes such as Lepidocephalichthys guntea, Puntius amphibius, Puntius conchonius, Puntius chola, Puntius gelius, Puntius sophore, Puntius ticto, Danio devario, Danio aequipinatus and Rasbora daniconius are potential ornamental species that can be exploited for commercial purpose. The status of fish species in the reservoir suggests that 66.6% with 48 species are Least Concern (LC), 23.6% with 17 species are Not Evaluated (NE), 5.5% with 4 species are Near Threatened (NT) where as 1.38% with one fish species are represented as Vulnerable (Vu), Data Deficient (DD) and Endangered (En) in each categories.
IN SILICO AND IN VITRO EXPLORATION OF ANTIINFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF ENTADA PURSAETHA BY MOLECULAR DOCKING STUDIES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Narasimharao Bhogireddy, Pardhasaradhi Mathi, Nagavamsikrishna Ambatipudi, Venkata Raman Bokka* Back ground: Cyclooxygenase (COX), the key enzyme inside the conversion process involving arachidonic acid to prostaglandins which was involved in the pain prone process in living vertebrates. Cyclooxygenase isoforms are already identified and therefore are called COX-1 in addition to COX-2. Beneath a lot of situation, the actual COX-1 enzyme is usually developed constitutively (i.e., gastric mucosa) in contrast to COX-2 is usually inducible (i.e., sites of inflammation). Drug treatments, similar to aspirin, which hinder cyclooxygenase task, are already obtainable in much more towards the general public for approximately 100 years. A single key aim with this is usually to lay out a good anti-inflammatory molecule having a larger restorative window. This article explores the medicinal values of the Entada pursaetha which is having strong anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Materials and methods: Compounds were identified by GC-MS analysis through conventional extraction procedures. Identified lead compound structures were sketched by using chemsketch and marvinsketch software’s. An In silico study has been carried out by using the software Schrödinger maestro. Results and Discussion: The compound oleoyl chloride was found to have great anti-inflammatory action [~ 80 % than standard: Diclofenac]. The interactions of the isolated compounds has been proposed based on the docking studies.
Association of Chemical stress with Type I & II diabetes published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Shamoon noushad, Hamza Akhtar, Safdar Ali, Zafar Iqbal Abbassi, Sadaf Ahmed, Soobhi Mehdi , Kaneez Fatima & Samina Saleem Background Diabetes mellitus is characterized by absolute or relative deficiencies in insulin secretion or insulin action correlated with chronic hyperglycemia and other disturbances in carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism results in weakening immunity. In addition, various biochemical disorders associated with diabetic vascular complications, such as hyperlipidemia and oxidative stress frequently co-exist with diabetes mellitus. Previous studies have also suggested that these and additional factors might involve with increasing chemical stress in diabetic patients. Material and methods The questionnaire based survey was conducted including both close & open ended questions along with the assessment of chemical stress using Sadaf Stress Scale (SSS) version 2 among diabetic patients. This study was conducted in tertiary care hospitals of Karachi from October 1st till November 10th, 2014. Data was analyzed and plotted using SPSS version 20.0. Results This study showed that 28% of diabetic patients were in severe chemical stress. However, the various symptoms of severity included body temperature alterations (50%), feeling of dehydration (56%) and shortness of breath (63%) were obtained. Conclusion It is concluded that the diabetes patient with type 2 diabetes are at higher risk of developing chemical stress that may indicate multiple metabolic and as indicated by prominent symptoms that can be a oxidative alterations on sequence of increase use of medications and altered glucose metabolism.
Trend of Acceptance of Permanent Family Planning Methods In District of Udaipur During the Period of 2008 – 2013 published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Saumya Agarwal, Dr. Ragini Agarwal Increasing population in India can be overcome to great extent by the use of Permanent family planning methods. This study is to know the trend of acceptance of Permanent family planning methods in District of Udaipur during the Period of April 2008 – March 2013. The trend of acceptance of female sterilization showed a gradual rise from the year 2008 to 2013 numerically although the quality of female sterilization parity wise is only 37% that is couples having two children and less. The trend of acceptance of male sterilization is gradually declining as compared to female sterilization. The trend also shows seasonal variations – A typical rise in the winter season especially in the months of November, December and January. The Total Fertility Rate of Udaipur District is 4 and to achieve the desired level of 2, the Permanent family planning methods has to be promoted.
Glaucoma Detection in Retinal Images Using Image Processing Techniques: A Survey published in

International Journal of Advanced Networking and Applications (IJANA)

Published by Eswar Publications
Imran Qureshi Glaucoma is a disease associated with human eyes and second conducting movementofblindness across the globe if eyes are not treated at preliminary stage. Glaucoma normally occurs with increased intra-ocular pressure (IOP) in eyes and gradually damagesthe vision field of eyes. The term ocular-hypertension is related to those people in whom IOP increases consistently and does not damage the optic nerve. Glaucoma has different types such as open-angle, close-angle, congenital, normal tension and etcetera. Normal tension glaucoma affects vision field and damages optic nerve as well. The term angle means the distance between iris and cornea; if this distance is large it is referred to as open-angle glaucoma and similarly if the distance between iris and cornea is short than this is called close-angle glaucoma. Open-angle glaucoma is common as compared to close-angle glaucoma. Close-angle glaucoma is very painful and affects vision field of eyes quickly as compared to open-angle glaucoma. In this paper, the state of the art CAD systems and image processing methods are studied and compared systematically in terms of their classification accuracy, methodology approach, sensitivity and specificity. The comparison results indicate that the accuracy of these CAD systems and image processing methods is not up to the mark.
Probing into arrhythmias in type 2 Diabetics published in

INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Kavita Krishna, Dr Yogya Jha, Dr Ankit Tuteja, Dr. Sachin Adukia, Dr Siddharth Dharamsi, Dr Rajat Chauhan Objective: To study arrhythmias in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM), with special reference to cardiac autonomic neuropathy (CAN). Material and methods: A cross-sectional observational study including 50 patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus and presenting with cardiac arrhythmias (clinically or on ECG), was conducted at a teaching hospital over two years. Bedside tests for CAN were done. Besides routine investigations, echocardiography, stress test and Holter monitoring were done as indicated. The data was compiled and analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS v/s 18). Results:Sinus tachycardia was the commonest arrhythmia (38%) followed by complete heart block (CHB-12 %), and 10% each of sinus bradycardia, ventricular premature complexes (VPCs) & atrial fibrillation (AF). Poorly controlled diabetics showed sinus tachycardia, followed by VPC, AF, CHB and others in that order. Co-morbid illnesses like hypertension and ischemic heart disease correlated with higher incidence of arrhythmias. 54% had prolonged QTc, majority of which (16 patients of 27) showed the presence of CAN. All the patients with arrhythmias responded to conventional pharmacotherapy. Pacemaker implantation- temporary pacing followed subsequently by permanent pacing proved effective in all cases of CHB.
Globalization and Its Effects on Indian Economy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Anil Kumar The word globalization is derived from globalize which refers to the emergence of an international network of an economic system. Globalization was adopted by Government of India during 1990-91 when Indian Economy was in a worst position. It was, however, adopted not as a solution to deteriorating Indian economy but to enable itself to get further foreign exchange loans from World Bank because foreign exchange reserves of India were reduced to mere 3 weeks outflow. To rectify its ailing financial health, Government of India decided to go for privatization & liberalization of its economy. These decisions had immediate positive effect. However, globalization has proved to be a double edged weapon. It helped India temporarily to meet its emergent need of foreign exchange but it has caused some permanent damage to Indian Economic system.
DEVELOPMENT, CHARACTERISATION AND PRECLINICAL EVALUATION OF SOME NOVEL ENZYMES WITH VITAMIN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Amol S.Rakte*, Dr. Basavaraj K.Nanjwade Aim of the present research was to formulate and evaluate a multienzyme (Bromelain, Papain, Bacterial Protease, Rutin) with Vitamin C effervescent tablet with sufficient mechanical integrity, good palatability, robust formulation, good stability, inexpensive and shop floor friendly product produced in normal thermo-hygrometric conditions. In the preformulation study, identification of each enzymes were done with the help of MALDI-TOF instrument and compatibility evaluation was performed which implies that drug and excipients were compatible with each other. The formulations of tablets were done by using different methods like wet granulation, dry granulation and direct compression. Total ten trials for each method was prepared and evaluated for hardness, friability, effervescent time, weight variation, and pH. Finally one batch from each method having good physical parameters was kept for stability {DC-6 (direct compression) DG-7(dry granulation) and WG-8(wet granulation)}. From that techniques stability of tablets with wet granulation method was found to be satisfactory than other methods. The preclinical evaluation of this composition study has been undertaken to investigate the anti-inflammatory and toxicity studies in laboratory animals (Albino Wistar Rats).The main method used for Anti-inflammatory was Carrageenan induced paw edema and for toxicity studies OECD 407 (Repeated Dose 28-Day Oral Toxicity Study in Rodents) and OECD 425 (Acute Oral Toxicity – Up-and-Down Procedure).
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF UHMWPE-CARBON NANO TUBE COMPOSITE FOR TOTAL HIP PROSTHESES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ravi Vardhan N A *1 , Prof. T. Jagadish Total Hip Replacement is the most common artificial joint in human beings. A typical total hip replacement consists of cup type acetabular component, and a femoral component whose head is designed to fit into the acetabular cup, thus enabling joint articulations. Conventionally it was metal to metal pairs for artificial hip joints mainly AISI316 material was used. Later on high density poly ethylene and ultra-high molecular weight poly ethylene are used for socket material. In the present study Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) blended with high strength multi-walled carbon nano tubes with varying weight fraction of reinforcement is analyzed for mechanical properties. Composite sheets were prepared and are subjected to Tensile, Compression and Wear test to evaluate the mechanical properties of the composite. The main objective of this study is to compare the mechanical properties of conventional pure UHMWPE material with Carbon nano tube reinforced polymer composite. It is observed that the Young’s Modulus in tensile test is increased by 27%, in compression test it is increased by 50% and the wear loss is reduced by 30% with an addition of 5% Carbon Nano tube to pure UHMWPE. It is concluded that addition of Carbon Nano tubes to pure UHMWPE will enhance the mechanical properties of the biomaterial composite
PREDICTABLE AND PRICE VOLATILITY RISK IN THE BRAZILIAN MARKET INTEGRATION OF SHRIMP published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Israel José dos Santos Felipe, Anderson Luiz Rezende Mól, Bernardo Borba de Andrade The present paper has the purpose of investigate the dynamics of the volatility structure in the shrimp prices in the Brazilian fish market. Therefore, a description of the initial aspects of the shrimp price series was made. From this information, statistics tests were made and selected univariate models to be price predictors. It´s presented as an exploratory research of applied nature with quantitative approach. The database was collected through direct contact with the Society of General Warehouses of São Paulo (CEAGESP).The results showed that the great variability in the active price is directly related with the gain and loss of the market agents. The price series presents a strong seasonal and biannual effect. The average structure of price of shrimp in the last 12 years was R$ 11.58 and external factors besides the production and marketing (U.S. antidumping, floods and pathologies) strongly affected the prices. Among the tested models for predicting prices of shrimp, four were selected, which through the prediction methodologies of "One Step Ahead" with 12 periods horizon y_t, proved to be statistically more robust. We concluded that the dynamic pricing of commodity shrimp is strongly influenced by external productive factors and that these phenomena cause seasonal effects in the prices. Through statistical modeling is possible to minimize the risk and uncertainty embedded in the fish market, thus, the sales and marketing strategies for the Brazilian shrimp can be consolidated and widespread.
Pathetic Plight of a Woman as Revealed in Sylvia Plath’s Poetry published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anju Bala Sharma, Dr. Tanu Gupta Sylvia Plath is one of the most powerful American poets of the post World War II period. Viewed as a therapeutic response to her divided personae as an artist, daughter, mother and wife, her poetry reveals the psychological torment associated with feelings of alienation, inadequacy and rejection. Further, the neglect of women’s rights and the inequality of opportunities for male and female grew in her irritated self. Betrayal by her loved husband exaggerated her psychological disorders. Her poetry also reveals the frustration and tension which a woman faces because of the patriarchal structure and the discrepancy between the way she wants to behave and the way she is made to behave. She thought that nobody being able to satisfy her needs and considers death as one and only solution.
Evaluation of Road Run-off Water Quality in the Industrial areas of Greater Guwahati of Assam with respect to Major Anions published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Yamin Hassan1, Mridul Buragohain2* and Hari Prasad Sarma3 Urbanization significantly impacts water environments with increased run-off and the degradation of water quality. A periodic investigation on the road runoff water quality in the industrial areas of greater Guwahati of Assam with respect to major anions was carried out between June, 2011 to May, 2012. The data obtained were within the standard the permissible limits of WHO except for a few samples which are having significant levels of nitrate-nitrogen and / or fluoride. Top priority should be given to frequent monitoring of the status of road run-off water.
THE PEDAGOGICAL USE OF DANCE FILMS: NOTES ON THE SCRIPT MAKING OF THE DOCUMENTARY “JUST DANCING” ‒ A FILM ABOUT THE LIFE AND WORK OF HELENITA SÁ EARP published in

International Education and Research Journal

Published by
André Meyer, Ana Célia de Sá Earp, Tatiana Damasceno, Lara Seidler, Rozane Gomes Tardin, Marta Peres Simões This article aims to reflect how dancing teaching processes, information about the history of Brazilian dance, recontextualization of choreographic works and fragments of life are interwined in the script making and narrative construction of the documentary “Just Dancing” – a film about the life and work of Helenita Sá Earp – a dance pioneer in the Brazilian universities. Helenita Sá Earp established a theoretical structure for the teaching and creation in dancing, having formed a generation of professionals who have spread these principles in universities throughout Brazil. The film script was structured as follows: 1) Documentary testimonials: interviews with Sá Earp´s fellow contemporary dance professionals who have taken part in her life; 2) Choreographies: recreations of works which were considered highly inovative by experts of the subject such as the excursions realised in the United States and Europe, as well as “Rhythm, Shape and Color/ Ritmo, Forma e Cor”, presented in the First Meeting of Dance Schools of Brazil/ I Encontro das Escolas de Dança do Brasil in 1962 and “Random Shapes/ Formas Aleatórias”, performed in the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro/ Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro – MAM/RJ in 1973. These choreographies were registered in external locations that evoke the relationship between Sá Earp and the city of Rio de Janeiro; 3) Technical testimonials: in this topic choreographers and performers discuss about the influence of the Helenita Sá Earp Dance Fundamentals on their work, showing to the câmera some of the principles researched by Sá Earp and 4) Life Fragments: the film poetically shows some moments extracted from the life of Helenita Sá Earp, with a dancer portraying the various stages which her work has been through. This part emphasizes her innovative and pioneering ways not only in what concerns dance itself, but also her attitude towards life guided by a direct connection between body and nature, anticipating and introducing eating and life habits which would only become popular by the end of the twentieth century.
Peningkatan Hasil Belajar Fisika Melalui Model Pembelajaran Kooperatif Tipe Team Assisted Individualization pada Siswa Kelas VII.D SMP Negeri 2 Bangkala Kabupaten Jeneponto published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Suhardi Suhardi, Satriani Hanaping, Muhammad Amin Said This research is a class action (Classroom Action Research), which aims to improve learning outcomes Physics VII.D grade students of SMP Negeri 2 Bangkala through Cooperative Learning Model Team Assisted Individualization. The subjects were VII.D grade students of SMP Negeri 2 Bangkala on odd semester 2013/2014 academic year consisting of 36 students. Research conducted two cycles consisting of four activities, namely: planning, action, observation and reflection. In the first cycle was conducted over four sessions and the second cycle was conducted over four sessions. Data collection was done by studying the results of the final tests of learning at the end of the first cycle and the end of the second cycle. The collected data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. The results of the quantitative analysis of physics learning outcome data indicate that the number of students classified as learning completed the first cycle were completed only 22 0rang 61.11% and in the second cycle up to 25 people who completed 69.44%. The results of the qualitative analysis showed an increase in activity of students during the learning process through a model of Cooperative Learning Physics Team Assisted Individualization type. Based on these results it can be concluded that the physics learning through cooperative learning model of Type Team Assisted Individualization can improve student learning outcomes.
Rotman Lens Performance Analysis published in

ACEEE International Journal on Signal & Image Processing

Published by ACEEE
Shruti Vashist, Dr. M.K Soni ,Dr.P.K.Singhal This paper presents a trifocal Rotman Lens Design approach. The effects of focal ratio and element spacing on the performance of Rotman Lens are described. A three beam prototype feeding 4 element antenna array working in L-band has been simulated using RLD v1.7 software. Simulated results show that the simulated lens has a return loss of – 12.4dB at 1.8GHz. Beam to array port phase error variation with change in the focal ratio and element spacing has also been investigated.
Continuance Intention to Use Facebook: A Study of Perceived Enjoyment and TAM published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
K. Praveena and Sam Thomas The use of social networking sites has emerged rapidly as an ideal platform for social interaction. Different social networking sites are characterized according to their usage like business networking, entertainment and social interactions. Facebook, the most commonly used site for social interactions has the large number of users worldwide. This study aims to identify the continuance intention of using facebook, through an extension of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). TAM is one of the most useful models used for predicting user acceptance. Perceived Enjoyment was added to the TAM variables to explain the continuance intention to use Facebook. A survey method was adopted and the sample constituted students of undergraduate and post graduate courses. The results reveal that the model explains 36% variation in the continuance intention to use Facebook. Perceived Enjoyment was seen to be a strong determinant of attitude towards using Facebook in this study.
Soil and water conservation through vegetative bunds on sloppy marginal land of sub-montane zone (M.S.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.D. PARDHE* AND G.L. CHUNALE The cultivable area situated on sloppy marginal land is the most vulnerable situation in sub-montane zone (M.S.), where there is maximum runoff and soil loss during continuous heavy rains and neither vegetative nor mechanical measures alone will hold good for conserving soil and rainwater. Under such situation, vegetative bunds - combination of vegetative and mechanical measures are found effective for conserving maximum rainwater in-situ and reducing the soil loss. Vegetative bunds are the small earthen bunds of 0.35 to 0.45 sqm cross section laid on contours at suitable vertical interval and planted with grasses having good soil binding abilities. The bunds planted with grasses like Dichanthium annulatum, Panicum maximum, Themeda triandra and Panicum antitotle were studied at Zonal Agricultural Research Station, Shenda park fam, Kolhapur during 1991 to 1998 for their efficiency and structural stability in conserving maximum rainwater in-situ and thereby reducing soil erosion. The bunds once stabilized with grasses were found effective in controlling runoff and soil loss to the considerable extent of 66.67 per cent. Field plot treated with vegetative bunds conserved maximum rainwater in-situ and developed uniform soil moisture status ranging from 25.14 to 28.79 per cent, which was ultimately found beneficial to growth and yield of Kharif crops. The average yield levels of finger millet, soybean and groundnut were increased by 37 to 40 per cent. In addition the vegetative bunds were found structurally stable against any kind of damage or breach even during continuous heavy rains. The hydrological study also proved that the flood peaks resulted during heavy rainstorms was reduced considerably; thereby the bunds reduced its erosive capacity. In present context vegetative bunds are having maximum scope for adoption under NWDP on cultivable area situated on sloppy marginal land in sub-montane zone.
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