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STUDY OF SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF COMPOSITE FRAME STRUCTURE AND ITS COMPARISON WITH RCC STRUCTURE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gadekar Priyanka Bharat*1 , Prof. Rathi V. R As the reinforced concrete structure is the most economic & convenient system, they are mostly used in India for low rise buildings. But, because of increased dead load, less stiffness, span restriction and hazardous formwork, for medium to high-rise buildings this type of structure is no longer economic. Therefore, the structural engineers are facing the challenge of striving for the most efficient and economical design solution. Composite material is used for particular interest, due to its significant potential in improving the overall performance through rather modest changes in manufacturing and constructional technologies.There is a great potential for increasing the volume of steel in construction, especially in the current development needs India and not using steel as an alternative construction material and not using it where it is economical is a heavy loss for the country. In the present work, Multistoried Composite and RCC structure are analyzed and designed using software. Comparison includes structural parameters like Shear Force in columns, Twisting moments, Bending moments and axial force ,Deflection, Storey stiffness, Story Drift, displacement of both R.C.C. and Steelconcrete Composite building.Also it includes the seismic design and performance of composite steel-concrete frames i.e time history analysis.
A Comparative Study on Cash Flow Statements of Welspun India Ltd. and Ghcl Ltd. published in

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Chitraben R. Sheth The Indian textile industry is one of the largest in the world with a massive raw material and textile manufacturing base. As a US$3 billion company, Welspun group is one of the India’s fastest growing conglomerates, while as a global company, GHCL, India is customer-focused committed to high quality delivery. When the management is interested to know the movement of cash and the availability of cash, the cash flow analysis provides this information. According to Accounting Standard-3 (AS-3), cash flow is classified into three main activities namely, “Operating Activities”, “Investing Activities” and “Financing Activities”. This study helps one to know the actual liquid position or position of cash on hand and also to ascertain whether the business is able to get enough cash to meet the liabilities as and when they arise.
SERRAPEPTIDASE GENE OF SERRATIA MARCESCENS FROM PLANT ORIGIN EXPRESSED BY PICHIA PASTORIS HAS PROTEASE ACTIVITY published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
N.S.Kaviyarasi 1, 2 , Dr.V.V.S.Suryanarayana 3* Serrapeptidase (Spep) produced from Serratia marcescens is a secretary protein devoid of signal peptide. Spep was over expressed in E.Coli as inclusion bodies however the purified fusion protein was enzymatically inactive. To achieve the production of acti ve Spep, in this study, the gene corresponding to Spep (Accession No. KP869847) from the genomic DNA of Serratia marcescens MTCC 8707 was cloned into Pichia pastoris using a modified transfer vector. The expression was induced with methanol and the secrete d protein was affinity purified. The yield of the recombinant protein was 0.06 mg/ml with a maximum activity of 30 U/ml. An optimum activity of recombinant Spep was observed at 30oC and pH 8.0. The molecular weight of the purified mature active recombinant protein was 52 kDa. The secreted protein was characterized by mass spectrometric analyses using LC/MS - MS. To the best of our knowledge this is the first report on the production of active form of Spep from S.marcescens of plant origin. This protein may be exploited for the pharmaceutical and insecticidal application.
APPROACHES AND PRINCIPLES OF THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT DISPARITIES’ REGULATION 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�
Shevchenko Olga The subject of research is theoretical approaches to the structuring of instruments regulating regional disparities which prevail in normative economics. The goal of the research is to elaborate and evaluate the approaches to regulation of regional disparities and formation or improving of the principles of regional disparities’ regulation. The tasks of the study is to outline the theoretical approaches to the regulation of regional disparities, the formulation of principles of disparities regulation, the recommendations of using these principles during the working out the policy which impacts onto the regional unevenness. Methods of theoretical generalization and classifications, groupings, as well as abstract and logical methods are used in the article. It is shown that overcoming of the crisis in regions is impossible without gradual state regulation of the socio-economic sphere, thus the coordination of the state and regional interests in theoretical terms is realized through the elaboration of principles of regional development and disparities’ regulation. The term «regional agreement» is characterized and it means the solving of the conflict of interests as follows: in plane spatial development – economic, social and environmental interests, also between the state and regions, and between the authorities and civil society. The results of the research can be used in the working out of the theory of regional development regulation and the forming of the state regional policy. The principles regulating regional disparities are the following: consideration and coordination of stakeholders interests, of self-reliance and independence, achieving the parity of regulative methods partnership, self-sufficiency, optimality, capability to perceive the management influence and bilateralism of management, responsibility, exclusivity, logic sequence. The practical possibilities of the implementation of the regional regulation’ principles are shown. It is proved that the principles have no hierarchic view and the choice of a principle depends on the goal of the state regional policy.
Suppression of Fusarium wilt disease in gladiolus by using rhizobacterial strains published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
Z. SALMA, 1S. S. SINDHU AND 2V. P. AHLAWAT Gladiolus is an important commercial flower crop fetching high returns in national and international markets. Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. gladioli is a serious disease which has become a limiting factor in its production. With an objective to have a biological control over this biotic stress, an experiment was conducted during 2012 and 2013 at Department of Microbiology, CCSHAU, Hisar to evaluate certain rhizobacterial strains for suppression of Fusarium wilt disease in gladiolus. Twenty five rhizobacterial strains were tested under dual technique for antifungal activity against fungal pathogen Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. gladioli. Two Pseudomonas strains HWM13and HCS2 as well as two Bacillus strains RSD8 and NNY19 caused maximum inhibition of the pathogen. Under pot house conditions, single inoculation of HCS2 showed increased plant height (66.7 cm) and superior floral attributes over control. Coinoculation of HCS2 with pathogen resulted in complete suppression of disease with no symptoms of wilting. Thus, Pseudomonas strain HCS2 could be further tested under field conditions for the suppression of Fusarium wilt in gladiolus.
The Role of Metaphor and Metonymy in the Semantics of Persian Adjectival Preverbs: A Cognitive Linguistics Approach published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Amirsaeid Moloodi, Manouchehr Kouhestani In this paper, a semantic classification for Persian adjectival preverbs based on Conceptual Metaphor Theory is presented: adjectival preverbs that demonstrate metaphorical shift and adjectival preverbs which lack metaphorical shift. The metaphors involved in the first subclass of adjectival preverbs are motivated by a certain type of conceptual metonymy known as “Effect for Cause”. The second subclass covers preverbs whose combinations with the light verb does not show any metaphorical shift. Having detected two mentioned cognitive processes in the formation of the semantics of the complex predicates containing the first subclass of preverbs, the compositional nature of the semantics of the predicates was realized and two new meanings for “kærdæn” (to do) as a light verb in Persian complex predicates were proposed: to become and to make oneself. Another finding of this paper is the introduction of “/pejda kærd/” as the first two-word light verb of Persian.
Implementation of Brain Tumor Extraction Application from MRI Image published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
NAMESH KUMAR and BANDANA KUMARI National Service Scheme is a student welfare se rvice which runs in various educational institutions. NSS is a sort of training for all the youth in education to provide selfless service on voluntary basis. For the growth and development of a powerful nation. It is not only the material and equipment wh ich matters but it is the human factor which is the most vital and decisive one. NSS helps in channelizing youth energy into constructive channels and to mold their character at the most impressionable age.
Case Series: Elastography an adjuvant modality to X-ray mammography and sonomammography in evaluating breast lesions. published in

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Dr. Santosh R Konde, Dr. Swati Atit Shah A prospective study of 50 subjects was carried out from those referred to the Department of Radiodiagnosis for breast imaging after being clinically diagnosed with breast lesion and for screening mammography during the study period. Elastography as an adjuvant imaging modality to conventional x-ray mammography and sonomammography was used in characterising benign and malignant breast lesions, with cytology results as the reference standard and final diagnosis. The most common lesions in present study are benign lesion fibroadenoma. Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women and the second most common cause of cancer-related mortality (1). Breast biopsy, the current method used to distinguish between benign and malignant breast abnormalities seen at imaging, yields a benign result in more than 75% of patients, making it a costly component of a breast cancer screening program (2). Imaging features on ultrasonographic (US) images could be used to classify benign and malignant solid breast lesions and thus decrease the numbers of biopsies performed (3). However, the sonographic features for benign and malignant lesions have been shown to override each other substantially (3, 4). Thus, a method to reliably differentiate benign from malignant breast lesions on radiological imaging would be valuable. Elastography is a non invasive imaging technique which exploits the theory that benign and malignant breast lesions have inherent difference in firmness (6, 7)
ANALYSIS OF THE EXPENDITURES OF THE STATE BUDGET OF UKRAINE 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�
Malyshko Vitalina Subject of research is expenditures of the state budget of Ukraine. The goal of this research paper is to analyze the expenditures of the state budget of Ukraine. Methods which were used in course of research: generalization, comparative analysis method, statistical method and other methods. Study results. Characterized and analyzed the expenditures of the state budget of Ukraine. Application of results: Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Conclusions. In our view, it would be appropriate to develop and adopt the State budget for 2015 on the established legal framework. And then, as the introduction of the proposed changes, it is expedient to amend the additional and expenditure of the State budget for the respective year. Also to reduce the burden on the state budget, it would be appropriate to introduce the reforms gradually.
External Skeletal Fixation for Fracture Management In Animals published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Bini Joy, Dr. Syam K Venugopal External skeletal fixation is one of the novel technique used for fracture management in animals . It has been widely used in human practice. The external skeletal fixation has lot of unique advantages in its application which popularize its use in animals.it can be used in any type of fractures like open, closed, simple or comminuted with least invasiveness and much stability to fracture by preventing the fracture forces. It can be used in conjunction with internal fixation and its configuration can be altered even after application or during the bone healing process. It has wider application in cases like limb or bone lenghtening, treatment of inected bony conditions etc. its adaptability helps in widely using it in veterinary practice. Summary External skeletal fixation is an external coaptation technique used to stabilize bone fragments or joints with percutaneous wires or pins held together by an external frame. The technique is simple in its application with least effort to surgeon and less invasiveness to animal. It can be used in all conditions where the use of internal fixation device fails. It can be applied in case of long bone fractures ( open, closed, simple or comminuted ), treatment of choice for highly comminuted fractures that cannot be anatomically reconstructed, treatment of choice in osteomyelitis, treatment of choice for high-energy fractures, limb lengthening procedures etc. Direct or indirect healing noticed depending on alignment of fracture site. Healing by biological fracture fixation or bridging osteosynthesis. Some degree of interfacing motion /loading is accepted if fracture is stabilized in a manner that minimally disrupts soft tissues and vascular supply. Fracture healing is manipulated by Dynamization or progressive disassembly hastens healing (6wk). Modification done to reduce rigidity. Distraction osteogenesis also occurs in external skeletal fixation. More of that the clamps and connecting bars are reusable and so economical too. Thus external skeletal fixation is gaining much popularity among veterinary
Effect of Date Ball on Haemoglobin Level of Rural and Urban Adolescent Girls published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Bhavana Y Chauhan Anaemia is one of the most important global health problems among the adolescents and more than two billion people worldwide are estimated to have anaemia, with majority coming from the developing countries like India. Its adverse health consequences affect people of all age-groups and can result from non-nutritional and nutritional factors. It is categorized as one of the 10 most serious health problems by the WHO. A comparative survey was conducted in schools of rural area and urban area of Valsad district. Total 100 adolescents girls of 16 yrs old (50 from rural area and 50 from urban area were included in the study. The girls were supplemented 50 gm of dates balls for 48 days and the haemoglobin was estimated using Sahlis method. The results indicate that the desirable Hb level was increased from 60% to 87% in the rural area school subjects and 63% to 93% Hb level was increased in urban area school subjects. Less than 10 haemoglobin value increased from 34.8% to 69% in the pre and post blood test results. 96% of the total subjects Hb Values were increased after supplementation of Iron Rich date ball. Study can be conclude that iron rich Dates balls supplementation for a period of 48 days showed a positive impact on serum Iron level. It also improved the blood haemoglobin status of subjects. The study could atleast generate the awareness among the parents as well as the adolescent girl in rural and urban area schools of Valsad district. Dr. Bhavana Y Chauhan"Effect of Date Ball on Haemoglobin Level of Rural and Urban Adolescent Girls" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2252.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/allied-sciences/2252/effect-of-date-ball-on-haemoglobin-level-of-rural-and-urban-adolescent-girls/dr-bhavana-y-chauhan
Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL): A Tool for Accounting Education in the 21st Century published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Samuel FABOYEDE Obiamaka NWOBU Oladimeji AKANDE Olufemi OLADIPO 21st century education standards focus on 21st century skills, content knowledge and expertise. Technology advances such as eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) have revolutionized the way information is exchanged and the way business is conducted. These days, speed is of the essence and loss of accuracy, lack of transparency, and difficulty in analysis are increasingly becoming apparent risks. This research exposes XBRL as a phenomenon that represents the future of global accounting education. It discusses the concept and need for XBRL as well as its potential uses and challenges. The research found that there is an ongoing transformation in the way business is conducted and regulated world-wide. The onslaught of the information revolution has profound ramifications for corporate reporting information preparers and users. It therefore recommends that the greater the degree of collaboration between all participants in the financial information supply chain, including government regulators and public sector accountants, the greater the benefits that this information format enables for all participants, educationists, academics, companies, regulators, investors, and government agencies alike.
Our Experience Inlichtensteintension Free Hernioplasty published in

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Dr. Janakirama S J, Dr. Mohammed Shahid Ali, Dr. S I S Khadri, Dr. T Kemparaj, Dr. Vivek S Revankar, Dr. Joseph Mathew, Dr. Farman Ali INTRODUCTION:Inguinal Hernias are one of the most common conditions a general surgeon comes across in daily practice. The present gold standard in treatment, the Lichtenstein tension-free mesh repair is associated with fewer complications and low recurrence rates. This study aims to evaluate the Lichtenstein tension free mesh repair with regard to the operating time, postoperative pain, duration of hospital stay, and complications associated including recurrence.MATERIALS AND METHODS: 407 patients with inguinal hernia admitted under a single surgical unit and having undergone the open Lichtenstein tension-free hernioplasty from 2006 to 2014 were included in this prospective study. RESULTS: A total of 456 mesh repairs were performed. Of these, indirect hernias accounted for 66.2% of cases (302 cases), direct in 25.0% (114 cases), sliding hernias in 2.4% (11 cases) and the pantaloon variety in 6.4% (29 cases). Significant postoperative complications included acute retention of urine (20.4%), transient testicular swelling (9.8%) and superficial surgical site infection (7.6%). Recurrence was noted in 3 patients at the end of the 1 year follow up period (0.7%).CONCLUSION: Lichtenstein Tension-free hernioplasty is a simple, cost-effective treatment modality for inguinal hernias with a low incidence of complications and recurrence and early return to daily activity
The Study of Serum Complement C3, C4 and Immunoglobulin E IgE in Psoriasis Patients published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Hind Y. khalaf* Talib A. Hussein* Basman M. fadheel** The present study was aimed to find out the role of humoral immunity in the pathogenesis of psoriasis. Complements C3, C4 and immunoglobulin IgE .The study included 55 Iraqi patients with psoriasis 30 (15 females ,15 males) were untreated with any drugs. The other patient group consisted of 25 (9 female and 16 male) treated with a biological treatment (infliximab) ,and 30 (13 males ,12 females) healthy control group. Blood sample were withdrawn (5) ml of venous blood for both patients and members of the control ,to conduct the Immunological tests to determine the quantitative for each of total IgE by using (ELISA) and C3,C4 by Single Radial Immunodiffuse (SIRD). The results showed significant increase in the level of probability (P <0.05) in the rate of total IgE immunoglobulin and C3 in patients compared to the control (healthy) .As well as the result also showed no significant increases of C4. From this we can deduce that elevation of total serum IgE is associated with psoriasis. Alternate pathway is a way of complement in pathogenesis of psoriasis.
Late acute rejection in long-term renal allograft recipients : response to corticosteroid therapy published in

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Dr. Ji Shu - Ming Objective: The purpose of this stusy was to investigate clinical profile and course and outcome of late acute rejection episodes in cadaveric donor renal allograft recipients. Methods: We prospectively monitored clinical data and renal function at monthly intervals in 440 patients who had received renal allograft transplants at our institution. All had functioning allograft for 1 year or longer. Eighty-three cases of late acute rejection in our center have been clinically observed and analyzed in this study. Results: During a mean follow-up period of 43.6(range 13- 64) months,83 patients(18.9%) developed late acute rejections. Of these 83 late acute rejections, as many as 87.9% showed a respone to antirejection therapy with high-dose steroids:23(27.7%) a complete respone and 50(60.2%) a partial response. The response rate was 100% if it was the first acute rejection(35.2% complete and 64.8% partial),81.0%, if it was the second (19.1% complete and 61.9% partial),and no or only a partial response to treatment if it was the third acute rejection episode. Following antirejection therapy,17 of acute cellular rejection (54.8%) were reversed completely,a partial response was obtained in 14(45.2%). Forty-tow patients showed histological features of acute cellular rejection plus chronic rejection. Of these,6(14.3%) were reversed with antirejection therapy, a partial response was obtained in 34(81.0%),and no response in 2(4.8%).Ten rejection showed histological evidence of chronic rejection. Of these, only 2(20.0%) had responded partially to antirejection therapy;8(80%) did not respond.On long-term follow-up, patients who had responseed to antirejection treatment had a significantly better graft survival as compared with nonresponding patients:72.0 and 23.0%, respectively. Conclusion: Renal histology provides valuable diagnostic and prognostic information in the management of patients with late allograft rejection. The chances of a response to antirejection therapy are higher during the first episode of late acute transplant rejection as compared with a second or a third late rejection event.
Where we are: Best Practices Adopted in the Nmims Deemed University’s, Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering Library, Mumbai published in

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Mr. Ravi N. Bellary This study presents the best practices adopted in the management and engineering institutes. Best practices are very important for any kind of the library to reach its destiny. In library and information centre user is the final destiny. These best practises will help the library users to identify the right information at right time
DG Placement in Radial Distribution Network with Reconfi guration published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Tejas Vyas and Ranjit Roy This paper presents a simple method for finding the optimal DG size and optimal DG location in distribution network. By using this method optimal DG capacity and location is determined considering without network reconfiguration and with network reconfiguration. The method is tested with three test cases: 33-node, 69-node and 117-node IEEE standard network. Result shows that the proposed method is very efficient and competitive with the existing methods available in the literature.
TUZLA GÖLÜ HAVZASI’NIN (KAYSERİ) UYGULAMALI JEOMORFOLOJİSİ (APPLIED GEOMORPHOLOGY OF TUZLA LAKE BASIN (KAYSERİ) published in

Studies of the Ottoman Domain

Published by Mehmet Yavuz ERLER
Tamer ÖZLÜ, Sercan GÜNDÜZ, Savaş ÇAĞLAK Bu çalışmada çalışılan sahanın jeomorfolojik problemleri ortaya konulmuş ve Türkiye’de gelişmekte olan uygulamalı jeomorfoloji literatürüne katkı yapmak amaçlanmıştır. Çalışma esas itibariyle arazi-gözlem yöntemine dayanır. Ayrıca uzaktan algılama (UA) ve coğrafi bilgi sistemlerinden (CBS) de yararlanılmıştır. İnceleme alanına en yakın meteoroloji istasyonlarının verileri enterpolasyon yöntemi ve Schreiber formülüyle çalışma sahasına uyarlanmıştır. Çalışma sahasında Anadolu’nun iç kesimlerinde hüküm süren yarı-kurak iklim şartları görülmektedir. Çalışma sahasında doğal bitki örtüsü büyük kısmıyla tahrip olmuştur. Kapalı havza özelliği gösteren çalışma sahası, birkaç fayla sınırlandırılmış bir çöküntü havzası niteliğindedir. Çalışma sahasında yer şekillerinin insan kullanımından doğan problemler ortaya çıkmış ve önlem alınmazsa gelecekte büyük sıkıntılara yol açacağı ortaya konmuştur. This study reveals the geomorphological worked problems and developing in Turkey applied geomorphology literature is intended to make a contribution. The study is based on the principle of land-observation method. In addition, remote sensing (RS) and geographic information systems (GIS). Review of meteorological station closest to the data area interpolation method was adapted to the working formula and Schreiber. Internal parts of Anatolia at the working place of semi-arid climatic conditions. Most of the natural vegetation at the working place has been destroyed. Endorheic property represents the field of study, is a restricted few overload collapse basin. At the working place of the people arising out of problems and lead to big difficulties in the future if no precaution is taken.
Relevance of Dividend to Profitability of Nigerian Firms published in

Sovremenna? ?konomika: problemy, tendencii, perspektivy

Published by Murom Institute of Vladimir State University n.a. A.G. & N.G. Stoletovs
Ebiringa Oforegbunam Thaddeus Okoroegbe Chris Obi Henry Kenedunium This paper established that dividend policy is relevant to firm profitability. A combination of ordinary least square and vector autoregressive (VAR) model was used in analyzing short and long run relationships between dividend policy of firms quoted in the Nigerian stock exchange and their profitability. The results show that capitalized dividend has significant positive effect on profitability in the short run, while dividend payout has significant positive effect in the long run. The paper recommends that management of firms must adopt flexible dividend policies that grant shareholders fair and equitable share of profits made in order to build and sustain investors’ confidence and trust on management. This is necessary for profitability and sustainable growth of firms.
Data Management and Quality of Service (Qos) Routing Protocol in Manet published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kuldip M. Joshi, Jignesh M. Joshi, Bhanushankar G. Joshi Providing quality of service (QOS) in a mobile ad hoc network is a not easy task due to its peculiar characteristics. This paper proposes at presenting a data management and quality of service (QOS) routing protocol which identifies data level to be sent, based on the data size the route selected. If huge level of data wants to sent then the routing protocol consider the multiple node-disjoint paths are examined for fulfilling QOS in terms of end-to-end delay and window-based size of channel view is performed. If small size of data want to sent the routing protocol consider end to end delay only. In this paper examine the data level and end-to-end delay along the paths taking into account the IEEE 802.11 argument delays and exceptional capacity. Data Management and QOS routing method is proposed. To study the presentation of routing system has approved out replication. The results show that the planned protocol performs superior in terms of QOS satisfaction ratio and the throughput as compared to an presented protocol.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES OF THE REGION published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
V.N. Milenkiy We investigated the formation of the specific objectives of the region and the strategic objectives of socio-economic development.
THE EFFECT OF GEOMETRY SKETCHPAD ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS: THE CASE OF BEDELE SECONDARY AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Diriba Gemechu* The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of using the Geometer’s Sketchpad software on the academic achievement of students in mathematics among grade nine students of Bedele Secondary and preparatory school. The study utilized a quasi-experimental design using intact group of students from two classes in the indicated school. Two instruments were used to gather information:- the students’ mathematics achievement and attitudes/ perception of students toward learning Mathematics. A survey questionnaire was used to measure students’ perception on the usage of Geometer’s Sketchpad in the learning of Geometry and some other topics of mathematics. In the study, the experimental groups used Geometer’s Sketchpad-based topics and worksheets and for each student there is an access computer/plasma equipped with the Sketchpad software. The control group used only the textbooks and they were learnt by usual learning method. Both groups took the same pre-test and post-test. This study indicates that the result of experimental group had a significant mean difference compared to the control group on post-test. The use of Geometer’s Sketchpad in mathematics classroom has positive effect on the students’ mathematics achievement and attitude towards the learning of geometry and some mathematics topics.
A Study on Consumer Awareness on Consumer Protection Council – A Special Reference to Coimbatore District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.P.Gurusamy, P.Manochithra, J.Princy The Consumer Protection Council is the apex consumer protection agency of the Federal Government of India established to promote and protect consumers’ interests. Its core activities are: to inform consumers; to eliminate hazardous products from the market and ensure that products and services comply with required standards and to receive, mediate and provide redress to consumer complaints. According to the CPC, it would achieve success ‘when consumers can be described as well protected, getting their money’s worth, knowledgeable about the market place and its mechanisms, vigilant about what takes place in it, assertive about their rights and conscious of their responsibilities’. The study is focus on analyzing the level of awareness and the extent of utilization of Consumer Protection Council.
A REVIEW ON CANNA INDICA LINN: PHARMACOGNOSTIC AND PHARMACOLOGICAL PROFILE published in

Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy

Published by Journal of Harmonized Research in Publications
Sanchalika Mishra, Ashutosh Yadav, Sandeep Kumar Singh Abstract In recent years, ethnobotanical and traditional uses of natural compounds, especially of plant origin received much attention as they are well tested for their efficacy and generally believed to be safe for human use. Canna indica commonly known as Keli is widely cultivated throughout India, tropical and sub-tropical regions of Southern United State and South to Northern Argentina & Philippines in settled areas belongs to the family Cannaceae. It widely used as a nutritive agent and possesses number of valuable pharmacological activities. This article aims to provide information which is required to claim and explore its pharmacognostic and pharmacological profile. Every part of Canna has beneficial properties that can serve humanity so the whole plant can be extensively studied for further research aspects. Keywords: Canna, hepatoprotectives, pharmacology, antioxidant activitiy, HIV type 1 reverse transcriptase inhibitor activity
A comparative taxonomic study of nutlets of Stachys L. in Iraq published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Zainab A.A.Al-Zubaedy* Ali H.E.Al-Musawi** Ali H.Al-Musawi* Nutlets of 22 taxa of Stachys (13 species and seven subspecies and two varieties), representing seven of the currently recognized sections distributed in northern Iraq were examined by light microscope. The basic shape of nutlets in most taxa studied is Obovoid, but Oblong also found in S.megalodanta Hausskn.& Bornm. ex P.H.Davis, S.setirefa C.A.Mey. subsp daenensis (Gandog.) Rech.f.and S. kurdica Boiss.& Hohen. var.kurdica, while the Subgloboid shape found in S. iberica M.Bieb. and S. inflata Benth., more over the Broad triangular shape was found in S. nephrophylla Rech.f. and S.lanigera (Bornm.) Rech.f.., the biggest size of nutlets was found in S.inflata L. and the smallest was in S.melampyroides Hand.-Mzt. Regarding sculpturing pattern of nutlet surface six basic types can be distinguishe and the reticulate type was the most common among the studied taxa, while the Foveate type appeared only in S. lavandulifolia Vahl.Symb. The type of sculpturing and the shape of nutlets are more useful than the size values, because there were convergence in the size values of the nutlets between species, it is seems that the type of the shape is useful in separating sections, rather than separating species within the same section, and the type of sculpturing is almost useful in separating between species within the same section.
Designs of Boiler Burner Management System published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Ahmed Abouelrish Boilers are used in many industrial facilities to generate electricity or produce heat, steam and hot water. Many hazards are occurring on the boiler affecting boiler operation. Within unsafe conditions, boiler hazards might cause explosions, property implosions, injuries and death. This project outlines changes on piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID controller) of boiler pipelines improving smooth operation and boiler efficiency following control requirements of international standards and safety regulations such as National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to be checked on Boiler Burner Management System and all safety requirements to be developed. Moreover, the project presents the safe arrangement of boiler components in P&ID designs for each part of the boiler to achieve functional safety requirements and comply with the original approach for Burner Management Systems.
A Descriptive Study to Assess the Knowledge of Parents Regarding Suicidal Tendency in Adolescents in Selected Secondary Schools of Mumbai City published in

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MRS. NANDA M. PARDESHI, DR. RAKESH GHILDIYAL, Dr (Mrs) Mary Mathews N. Adolescence is a period of turmoil, if not dealt with it effectively. The perplexity which adolescents face could compel them to resort to such an act which could be harmful. The academic failure, loss of loved ones during the period of adolescence can affect them seriously. They may turn to the decision of ending their lives by deliberate self-harm i.e. suicide. There is increasing concern about suicide rates in the ulnerable developmental stage of adolescence.A descriptive study was done to assess the knowledge of parents regarding suicidal tendency in adolescents in selected secondary schools of Mumbai city. The study was conducted with a descriptive survey design. A structured questionnaire was developed to assess the knowledge. 500 parents were selected with a probability multistage sampling technique. The collected data was analysed with descriptive and inferential statistics. Study concluded that the majority of parents had poor knowledge and there was a significant association of gender, income and education with their knowledge regarding suicidal tendency in adolescents.
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FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
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MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF DVR WTH ACTIVE FILTER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vijeta Verma* Power quality is one of major concerns in the present era. It has become important, especially with the introduction of sophisticated devices whose performance is very sensitive to the quality of power supply Power quality problem is an occurrence manifested as a non standard voltage ,current or frequency that result in a failure of end use equipments one of the major problem dealt here is the power sag, swell, transient, so we use DVR .but in this DVR we use the active filter .which help to reduced the harmonics which is generated by the VSC.
Study of Decapod Crustaceans from Dahanu Coast published in

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Sarode Babita P. , Patil M. U The survey of decapod crustaceans of Dahanu coast was undertaken, since decapod crustaceans, prawn, crab and lobster are commercially important due to their high nutritional contents. Decapod crustaceans were collected from Dahanu coast and identified by studying distinctive characters and classified up to species level.
THE CONSTITUTIONAL LEGAL DUTY IN THE SPHERE OF THE NATURE-RESOURCE RELATIONS: THEORY AND PRACTICE QUESTIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Christina Yurevna Proshina In article the problem of observance of the constitutional duty on preservation of the nature, environment, and also careful attitude to natural riches is considered.
ANTI MICROBIAL EFFICACY OF CINNAMOMUM ZEYLANICUM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Rashmi Mishra* Cinnamomum Zeylanicum has antimicrobial property and has been studied against different diseses causing organism.Its leaf as well as the bark has antimicrobial properties in their oils .In the research study bark oil was found to be more effective.
Financial Strength of Select Sugar Industries of Tamil Nadu (Path Analysis Approach on Return on Total Assets) published in

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G. Sankaranarayanan, Ms. M. Elakkiya Financial strength may be described as one's ability to overcome or meet a financial obligation. The term financial strength has a reference to the ability of a business to meet the claims of creditors not only under current economic and business conditions but also under the unfavourable situations that may occur in future; to take advantage of business dealings or expansion which require presently owned resources, additional funds obtained through the sale of long term debt obligations and capital stock, or a favourable credit rating, and to continue interest and dividend payments without interruption. There are two aspects of the financial strength of a business - the short term and the long term. The short-term financial strength may be described as the liquidity (or) technical solvency of the business. The long-term financial strength depends on the structure that has been imposed on the business in financing more permanent asset requirements
Cold Resistance in Wheat and its Related Species published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Dan Peng1, Yue Jiang1, Ying Yi1, Feng-Zhen Li2, Li-Ping Bai1, Xiao-Gang Ma3, Hui Ma1, Ming Zhong1, Zhi-Fu Guo1* The low-temperature as one of abiotic stresses is important factor to affect wheat acreage and production. Wheat adaptation to environmental stresses is dependent upon the activation of cascades of molecular networks involved in stress perception, signal transduction and the expression of specific cold stress-related genes.Wheat and its related species have cold stress-specific adaptive responses as well as responses which protect the wheat and its related species from cold environmental stress.In this review, we first introducethe physiological and biaochemical changes of wheat and its related species in low-temperature, and then we expound their responses for cytobiology in cold stress. Finally, the genes regulated cold resistance are described and discussed for the function and the mechanism in wheat and related species.
A WIRELESS MESH NETWORKS WITH RELIABLE AND RESILIENT ROUTING BY CROSS-LAYER METRICS? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.Ranjith Priyanka, J.Mary Metilda? A Novel routing metric, Expected Forwarded Counter (EFW) to cope with a problem of selfish behavior (packet dropping) of mesh routers in a Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN).Wireless Mesh Networks emerged as a flexible and low cost network infrastructure, where heterogeneous mesh routers managed by different users collaborate to extend network coverage. EFW combines routing Layer observations of forwarding behavior with MAC Layer measurements of wireless link quality to select the most reliable and high performance path. The proposed metrics will be evaluated through both simulations and real-life deployments on two different wireless testbeds, performing a comparative analysis with On Demand Secure Byzantine Resilient Routing (ODSBR) Protocol and Expected Transmission Counter (ETX).Cross Layer metrics accurately capture the path reliability and Even when a high percentage of network nodes misbehave it increase the WMN performance.
DESIGN AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DISPERSIBLE TABLET OF FEXOFENADINE HCl published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Renuka Sangondi Giriyappa, Ramchandra N. Chilkawar, Dr. G. Y. Narmada Narendra C., K.S.Mallikarjun, Dr. Basavaraj. K. Nanjwade The objective of the work was to Design and evaluate the Dispersible drug delivery system containing Fexofenadine HCl (FEX) as a model drug. FEX tablets were prepared by direct compression and wet granulation method incorporating Crospovidone, cross caramellose sodium, Doshion-Ds, Doshion-D as disintegrants. MCC and lactose were used as diluents, magnesium stearate and talc used as lubricant and glidant. Aspartame as sweetening agent, vanilla as flavoring agent, Erythrosine supra as coloring agent, Aerosil, Pregelatinised starch as suspending and binding agent respectively. Dissolution profiles were studied in 0.1N HCl medium. Tablets were also evaluated for standards of dispersible tablets and were compared with marketed products. The optimized formulation was checked for stability at 30ºC, 65% RH and 40ºC, 75% RH which was found to be stable. The drug release profile of the both formulations was well released within 30 minutes and uniform drug release as compared with marketed formulation.
Computational prediction of damage associated non synonymous SNPs of CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Richa Bhatnager | Ranjeet Kaur | Amita Suneja Dang | Twinkle Dahiya The cytochrome P450 proteins are monooxygenases which catalyze many reactions involved in drug metabolism and synthesis of cholesterol, steroids and other lipids. CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 are the key proteins involved in steroidogenesis. Majority of polymorphisms have yet not been evaluated for their possible damaging effects on protein structure and function of both the genes. In present analysis, we tried to find out the effect of damage associated nsSNPs of both CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene by using various computational algorithms. Out of 205 and 246 nsSNPs reported for CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene, total 13 and 7 were predicted to affect the structure and function respectively. R125Q, R416H and F453S substitutions of CYP17A1 gene were not reported previously hence provide the new dataset of unexplored SNPs for their validation. By our results we also found that substitution of mainly Arginine or Phenyl alanine within conserved domain of redox binding, heam binging and redox partner site would cause partial or complete loss of function of both CYP17 and CYP19 gene. Richa Bhatnager | Ranjeet Kaur | Amita Suneja Dang | Twinkle Dahiya"Computational prediction of damage associated non synonymous SNPs of CYP17A1 and CYP19A1 gene" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd3581.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/3581/computational-prediction-of-damage-associated-non-synonymous-snps-of-cyp17a1-and-cyp19a1-gene/richa-bhatnager
MICROFINANCE DEFAULTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON PARTNERS SUDAN EXPERIENCE published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

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Dina Ahmed Mohamed Ghandour Microfinance is considered as an effective mechanism for poverty alleviation. However such a mechanism may face many challenges that may hinder its successful implementation. Default risk is a major challenge that such a program may face. The purpose of this paper is to investigate and focus on microfinance defaults and their impact on partners. This study followed the analytical/ qualitative method to investigate the problem of this paper. Secondary data was used as the main data collection tool. The study was based on analysis of the collected data by focusing on the default risk that both microfinance partners can face, causes of defaults in microfinance, and how this risk can be mitigated.
The Creative Art of Effusive Reading to Develop Inherent Skills for E.s.l Students. published in

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Mr. K. V. Ram Mohan, Dr. Madhavi Kesari Research has revealed that fluent readers with regular reading habits tried to imprint certain strategies and skills to understand the texts. Extensive reading provides the learners to have an enormous exposure of printed materials especially outside the classroom activity to have ample scope to read and pick up the rational thinking how the language fits to their level of understanding the texts. Nation (2001) claimed that when learners read, they not only learn new words and enrich their known ones, but they can also improve their syntactic knowledge.[01].The students meet the same words repeatedly in different topics like Short stories, Magazines, comics etc., and autonomous retention of vocabulary takes place instinctively and reading fluency. This paper sheds light on various shades of reading through practical methods to have an experience in reading texts and to utilize their latent cognitive and Metacognitive skills to explore the world of innovative methods of developing the language to become life-long readers. The sample study was conducted on 200 students in three different Engineering colleges at B.Tech level in various disciplines to test their reading habits and language proficiency. The workshop was conducted for a week and the students were asked to read a variety of books at their level of understanding. They were examined in particular areas such as Grammar, sentence formation, vocabulary etc., to employ their inherent and constructive ideas to understand the texts at their own comfortable zone of learning. The students were given some tips to learn Prefixes and suffixes to understand the topics rather than to refer Dictionary at every level. The findings revealed that effusive reading of different printed materials with minimum use of Dictionaries rather than detailed analytical aspect of learning words, vocabulary, grammar will have an effective way of learning in anxiety free Environment. This will build up their inherent and constructive ideas in all the relevant fields such as Grammar, idiomatic phrases, sentence formation etc., to achieve experience with reading texts to become life-long readers.
Intraoperative Radiography for Assessment of Clearance during Surgical Resection of Jaws published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Manish Kumar Bhagania,Dr. Abhay Taranath Kamath,Dr. Srikanth G.,Dr. Anukool Choube,Dr. Neha Sharma,Dr. Prem Sasikumar Aims: Jaws are seldom affected by pathologies which require resection for comprehensive management to ensure clearance and minimise recurrence. This paper highlights the importance of intra operative radiography in determining adequate margins during surgery. Methods: Ten patients were operated for surgical resection of jaws wherein the resected specimens were subjected to radiography for evaluating the adequacy of clear margins which was later sent for histopathology. Patients were followed up for least three years. Results: Intra operative radiograph revealed adequate clearance which was confirmed by histopathology. The follow up period was free of any disease thereof. Conclusion: Intra operative radiography is a helpful tool during surgical resection of pathologies afflicting the jaws. It proves to be a very economical, low hazard and a quick means to assist the operating surgeons in assessing the clearance of the margins.
A Review on Performance Enhancement of Catalytic Conveter by Making Geometrical Changes published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Vinayak Shukla | Prof. Yogesh Tembhurne Now a days the global warming and air pollution are big issues in the world. The 70% of air pollution is due to emissions from an internal combustion engine. Catalytic monolith converters have been used for nearly four decades to reduce the toxicity of exhaust gases from the internal combustion engine powering automotive/machines The harmful gases like NOX, CO, unburned HC and particulate matter increases the global warming, so catalytic converter plays an vital role in reducing harmful gases, but the presence of catalytic converter increases the exhaust back pressure due to this the volumetric efficiency will decrease and fuel consumption is higher. So analysis of catalytic converter is very important. The scarcity and high demand of present catalyst materials necessitate the need for finding out the alternatives. So this paper is based on to find the possibility regarding to reduce emission and converted into high rate. Vinayak Shukla | Prof. Yogesh Tembhurne"A Review on Performance Enhancement of Catalytic Conveter by Making Geometrical Changes" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd13058.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/13058/a-review-on-performance-enhancement-of-catalytic-conveter-by-making-geometrical-changes/vinayak-shukla
Manrega Vikas ka Path he rajniti Nahi published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Control of Coconut Black Headed Caterpillar (Opisina arenosella, Walker.) published in

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R.D. BORSE The present investigation employing the biological control method of coconut Black Headed caterpillar Opisina arenosella, Walker, on Padmashri Vikhe Patil College campus area. Field study was evaluated the pest by using Parasitoids and predators effect significant suppression of Opisina arenosella. The larval parasitoid Goniozus nephantidis (Mues.) is successful control by using as biological control agent. The insect parasitoids are released on palm the pest population reduce larvae and pupil. They are smaller than the host and the larvae develop inside each individual host insect. The parasitoids are specific to the stage of the insect on larval parasitoids, pupil parasitoids and egg parasitoids.
Efficacy and Role of Local Injection of Platelet Rich Plasma and Local Corticosteroid Injection in the Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis published in

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Dr. Mohit Gupta, Dr. Chintamani Latkar, Dr. Sanjay Patil Objective: To compare the efficacy and role of local corticosteroid injection and local injection of platelet rich plasma in the treatment of plantar fasciitis. Method: This article reports on prospective review of patients who had plantar fasciitis and were treated with PRP & corticosteroid. 60 patients were enrolled in this study of which 30 were given local PRP and other 30 were given corticosteroid and were followed at an interval of 2weeks, 4weeks, 6weeks and 3monthsof intervention for response of pain by “Visual Analogue Scale” Results: The mean age among Group A was 42.13± 8.38 as compared to 42.03± 13.01 years of Group B. The difference between Visual Analogue Scale score for pain between two groups at 6 weeks (p=0.02) and 3 months (p=0.02) was found statistically significant. Conclusion: Local injection of platelet rich plasma has effective role over local corticosteroid injection in the treatment of plantar fasciitis
Seasonal Changes on Heavy Metal Contamination in the Water Samples of Selected Temple Tanks in Kanyakumari District, South India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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1P. Maria Pushpam*, 2 V. Umayoru Bhagan and 3 G. Immanuel The objective of the present study is to reveal the seasonal variation on heavy metal contamination in the water samples of selected temple tanks of Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, South India. To get the extent of heavy metal contamination, water samples were periodically collected from ten different temple tanks every month for a period of one year (January 2009 to December 2009). The collected water samples were immediately acid digested in the laboratory and the concentration of the heavy metals such as iron, copper, zinc, manganese and lead were determined using Atomic Absorption Spectrometer. The data obtained in every month were pooled and presented as seasonal data viz., premonsoon, South-West monsoon and North-East monsoon. The maximum mean concentration of iron (0.463ppm), copper (0.105ppm) and lead (0.221ppm) were observed during premonsoon season. But zinc (0.026ppm) and manganese (0.091ppm) exhibited their maximum value during North-East monsoon season. All the trace metals possess concentration above the permissible limit of IS: 10500 – 1991 and WHO, except zinc and manganese during the study period. The concentration of the metals followed with the sequence: iron > lead > copper > manganese > zinc.
Study of Congestion Contributors of Traffic Mobility in Urban Areas: A Case Study of Gaddiannaram Municipality Area Hyderabad, A.P., India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Awari Mahesh Babu Urban congestion is one of the major issues which is influencing road user. This influence is effecting on economic travel, non-substance of environment, psychological strains and a travel imbalance on traffic mobility. Congestion priority for major corridors of traffic mobility was done with the objective of knowing links which lead to congestion. The Gaddiannaram municipality of Ranga Reddy district, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA has been delineated as the study area. Identifying congestion in the links of the network is an important task in integrated planning. The performance and functionality of a link can be attributed to many characteristics including the neighborhood characteristics of the link and there is a research gap in finding the exact criterions which are the real factors of congestion generation . So the link has to be evaluated based on these conflicting multi attributes at one point of time.
MISCIBILITY AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF POLY (VINYLPYRROLIDONE-VINYL ACETATE)/ EFAVIRENZ GLASS BLENDS PREPARED BY MELT PROCESSING published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Lucyenne Barbosa*, Marcos L.Dias, Fabio Dantas, Rodrigo Anjos, Jonatas Vieira, Rafael Seiceira Efavirenz (EFV) is HIV crystalline drug with poor water-solubility exhibiting low dissolution rate andlimited oral bioavailability. In this work, amorphous solid solutions of a vinylpyrrolidone-vinyl acetatecopolymer (Kollidon VA64) with EFV containing up to 50 wt% of the drug were prepared using melt processing in a mixing chamber. Melt processing studies revealed that a decrease in torque and specific processing energy was observed as the drug concentration increased. Attenuated total reflectance infrared spectroscopy (ATR), X-ray powder diffraction (XRD) and thermal analysis were used to examine the morphology, thermal behavior and chemical stability of the glass solids. Kollidon VA64/EFV blends showed miscibility in concentrations up to 50 wt% of EFV. Following storage for one year at 25ºC the Kollidon/EFV glass solid remained completely amorphous.
Plant activator and silicon nutrient mediated resistance against powdery mildew of Black gram (Vigna mungo L. Hepper) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Parthasarathy S, Jaiganesh V Black gram is an important pulse crop grown under rainfed conditions and it is mostly affected by powdery mildew disease caused by Erysiphe polygoni. Field evaluation of plant activators, silicon nutrients and tridemorph at various levels showed that, the results of all the plant activators reduced the powdery mildew disease incidence over control. Among them, resistance inducing plant activators viz., salicylic acid at 50ppm was the most effective (6.10%) in reducing the powdery mildew incidence followed by plots sprayed with acetyl salicylic acid at 50ppm level (7.55%). Silicon nutrient treatments like sodium silicate at 1.0 per cent level was the most effective (5.21%) as compared to 32.40 per cent observed in control. In general, Salicylic acid 50ppm sprayed plots recorded maximum black gram pod yield and minimum disease incidence compared to test fungicide and untreated control.
STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION AND GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN AT THE EXTREME ENDS OF PAMBAN BRIDGE, TAMIL NADU, INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B. Jayalakshmi*1, T. Ramachandramoorthy2, A. Paulraj3, S.Rajathi1, S. Amala Fatima Rani4 Pamban bridge is a cantilever bridge that connect an island (Rameswaram) to the mainland (Mandapam) in Tamil Nadu, India. The objective of the present study is to examine the water quality parameters namely pH, electrical conductivity (EC), total dissolved solids (TDS), salinity (SAL), total alkalinity (TA), calcium hardness (CH), magnesium hardness (MH), total hardness (TH), chloride (Cl), and fluoride (F) at the extreme ends of the Pamban bridge for the year 2014. The Langelier Saturation Index (LSI) values confirm the corrosion tendency in most of the groundwater samples. The Water Quality Index (WQI) value proves the groundwater with potable nature though the area is seashore. The Principal Component Analysis (PCA) identifies the seawater intrusion by loading factors. The scatter diagram confirms the correlation of Cl with CH and TDS.
THE MEANING OF 'LIFE-CULTURE DOCUMENTATION' IN NEIGHBORHOOD REGENERATION IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Haeyeon Yoo* , Yeonjeong Park This study was initiated when the partial demolition of the site began for the housing redevelopment and maintenance project of the Muak redevelopment zone 2. The interviews of media and residents suggested a possibility that this region had been 'Okbaraji Alley(alley for families looking after prisoners)'. This study was conducted in the following process in order to investigate and record the life culture of a historically controversial old residential area before the redevelopment was completed. First, historical literature, prior studies and media data were investigated. Second, the current status, actual survey and physical changes were recorded. Third, life and culture were recorded through oral statement and written records. Research on life culture is meaningful, which can determine whether neighborhood regeneration can be carried out prior to economic regeneration, and whether it can be developed while preserving the life cultural heritage in the area
Eeg Signal Classification and Speech Synthesizer for Disables published in

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Dr. M. Shivkumar, Stafford Michahial, Chethana. M. R, Lavanya. P, Ameen Kubra, Harshitha. K Several patients are no longer able to communicate effectively with the outside world. For instance, patients affected with stroke, spinal cord injury or a brain stem stroke where people require alternate method of communication and control. Their brains may offer them a way out. The EEG based brain computer interface (BCI) is the technique used to measure brain activity. The goal of the current work is the development of an electroencephalogram (EEG) based BCI system. The overview of this work is that the user thought is extracted from his brain activity. Pre-processing is performed using filters and wavelet transforms to extract the features and classify them to their respective class. The intention of this work is to enhance human interaction with computers, providing a communication channel between human brain and computer.
Mathematical Modeling of Thermal Flow in CI Engine: A Review of the Recent Literature published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Deo Raj Tiwari, Gopal P. Sinha Mathematical Modeling of the combustion chamber of a CI engine has been formulated and validated by a number of investigators. The basic focus of the studies has been in the following areas: 1. Development of thermal stresses in the combustion chamber with a view to effecting a robust design and 2. Optimum thickness of heat protective coating meant for improving the thermal efficiency of the compression ignition engine and the distortion of cylinder liner due to the thermal load. A review of the recent literature has been carried out in these aspects of CI engine.
REVIEW ON GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR BLIND PEOPLE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vidya Bhoge * , S.Y.Chinchulikar For finding the way Blind People or Visually Impaired Person (VIP) mostly use white canes or Guide dogs for obstacle detection and avoidance, but these two traditional systems have some limitation. Hence it is need to implementation of the system that helps the visually impaired person or b lind person to navigate automatically . Navigation systems may be designed indoor or outdoor environment or it may contains both types i.e. hybrid . Different researchers use the different techniques to develop such type system. This paper provides the desig n and implantation of existing system .
A Design of Lightweight Secure Data Sharing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Neha Fatima | Prof. S. A. Madival In this paper, we propose a lightweight data sharing scheme (LDSS) for different cloud platforms. It adopts CP-ABE, an access control technology used in most of the cloud environments; there are certain necessary changes in the structure of access control tree to make it suitable for portable cloud environments. LDSS moves a large portion of the computational intensive access control tree transformation in CP-ABE from different devices to external proxy servers. Furthermore, to reduce the user revocation cost, it introduces attribute description fields to implement lazy-revocation, which is a thorny issue in program based CP-ABE systems. The experimental results show that LDSS can effectively reduce the overhead on large number of devices when users are sharing data through different cloud environments Neha Fatima | Prof. S. A. Madival"A Design of Lightweight Secure Data Sharing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14520.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/14520/a-design-of-lightweight-secure-data-sharing/neha-fatima
STUDIES ON HEMATOLOGICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF CHANNA MARULIUS (Ham.) FOUND INFECTED WITH FUNGI, ASPERGILLUS SPP. published in

BIOLIFE

Published by Global Science Publishing Group - USA
Rekha Chauhan1, Ganaie, S.A2 and Lone, S.A3 Present study deals with the hematological and histopathological alterations in Channa marulius found infected with fungi Aspergillus spp. Fishes have been collected from local water bodies and fish markets of Bhopal . Isolated fungi from infected specimens of fishes were identified as Aspergillus spp. Considerable changes have been observed in the mean values of blood parameters. Hemoglobin content, RBCs ,Percentage of Eosinophils and Monocytes were found significantly decreased with (30.6%) , (44.3%) , (14.5%) and (19.7%) respectively. WBCs , Neutrophils and Lymphocytes were found significantly increased to (48.8%) , (38.1%) and (20.9%) respectively. Histopathologically various types of destruction were observed in skin and muscles of infected fish . Penetrating fungal hyphae were observed in muscles and complete necrotization of muscles was observed with formation of mycotic fibrillar granulomas. Key words: Abundance, Ichthyofaunal Diversity, Pakhanjore.
A Study on Impact of Work Stress on Entrepreneurs '“ 'œWith Special Reference to Cottage Industries" published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. V. Saravanan The new modernization world have been faced various kinds of problems especially business men Facing large level of problems through their work environment, around the world each and every day changes new technologies, new trend of life, new information etc. these factors creates heavy competitions among the business men, especially affects the new entrepreneurs, the new entrepreneurs having lots of dreams and expectations for their business field, however to-day business field creates high level of depression and stress , due to various unanticipated problems issues and challenges. Dr. V. Saravanan"A Study on Impact of Work Stress on Entrepreneurs “ œWith Special Reference to Cottage Industries"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12786.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/organizational-behaviour/12786/a-study-on-impact-of-work-stress-on-entrepreneurs--œwith-special-reference-to-cottage-industries/dr-v-saravanan
Simultaneous Traumatic Avulsion of Flexor Digitorum Superficialis and Flexor Digitorum Profundus Tendons in Left Little Finger published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Mohamed Maklad*, Emily West and Sherif Wilson Avulsion injuries of the flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) tendon are common and widely reported [1-3]. Closed traumatic avulsion of the flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS) tendon is, however, rare, with few reported series of isolated FDS ruptures [3-6]. The FDS tendon is normally absent in the little finger of 33% of the population. There is a single case report documenting closed FDS and FDP injuries in the little finger. However, in this case the FDP ruptured at the DIPJ level, rather than being avulsed from its insertion [7]. We present a case of traumatic simultaneous avulsion of FDS and FDP tendons in the same finger.
Department Management Application published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Vijendra Choudhary | Prof. Rajesh S Budihal Managing a department is very hard job and taking so much time it may be school department or university department. Using department management application any department can easily handle work related to department like that managing faculty data or student data or store student record like attendance, assignment, university calendar, time-table or can deployed final semester result. Student can using student panel can able to access our profile, attendance, assignment marks or final semester result. So that using department management application easily handle department job and in less time. Vijendra Choudhary | Prof. Rajesh S Budihal"Department Management Application" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12784.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/programming-language/12784/department-management-application/vijendra-choudhary
The Role of Noninvasive Hemodynamic Monitoring in the Early Evaluation of Patients Affected by Sepsis and Septic Shock in the Emergency Department. published in

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Angela Gravina, Veronica Carosi, Alessia Tiroli, Antonella Brandi, Germano Giovagnoli, Vito Nicoladi Lecce, Emanuele Caredda, Leonardo Palombi, Patrizio Polisca, Jacopo Maria Legramante Septic patients admitted to the Emergency Department of a teaching hospital, underwent noninvasive continuous monitoring through Nexfin®, which allows to derive patients hemodynamic profile.Of 80 patients included in the study,48 died (60%). Survivors showed higher mean values of stroke volume (P= 0,001), cardiac output (P=0,005), cardiac index (P= 0,004) and left ventricle contractility index (P=0,002) than nonsurvivors.In the same subjects also the BMI was higher than in nonsurvivors (P=0,014), as well as the lactate levels (P= 0,029). Analysis of each of these variables showed a positive correlation with survival. Considering the relation between all the above mentioned variables taken together and the risk of death it is evident that a dP/dTmax and a BMI lower than the median value increase the death risk.The noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring has shown to be useful in the early stratification of patients with sepsis and septic shock in Emergency Department.
Anti-tumor, Anti-oxidant and Anti-microbial potential of Nymphaea alba and Nymphaea mexicana flowers a comparative study. published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

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Shaista Nazir*, M. A. Qureshi, Oyais Ahmad Chat The present study was designed to evaluate and compare the bioactivities including antioxidant, anticancer and antimicrobial activities of the flowers of two aquatic species of genus Nymphaea i, e. Nymphaea alba and Nymphaea mexicana found in fresh water bodies of Kashmir. Antioxidant activity was evaluated by DPPH radical scavenging assay. DPPH is scavenged by the antioxidant present in the extracts through the donation of protons forming DPPH2. The results show methanol, ethyl acetate and aqueous extract of both species are the most promising antioxidants. A comparative study of IC50 values of active extracts with the standard Quercetin further suggests that aqueous extract of N. mexicana is the most active extract with IC50 value of 3µg/ml as compared to Quercetin with IC50 value of 1.66µg/ml. Further cytotoxic activity was evaluated using Sulpharhodamine-B assay against various human cancer cell lines including THP-1 (leukaemia), A-549( lung), HCT-15 (Colon) and PC-3 (Prostrate), which revealed an increase in growth of inhibition during 48 hour incubation at a concentration of 100µg and 50µg of the sample. The results show Ethyl acetate and Methanolic extract of Nymphaea Mexicana and aqueous, Petroleum ether and chloroform extract of Nymphaea alba more viable against the tested cell lines. Further the extracts were also evaluated for antimicrobial potentials against various clinically important microbes following Minimum Inhibitory Concentration Essay as per the guidelines of clinical and laboratory standard institute (formerly the National committee for clinical laboratory standards), and the results show only aqueous extract of Nymphaea Mexicana is active against S. aures with MIC value of 32µg/ml while rest were found inactive. So this study suggests that the plants Nymphea alba & Nymphea mexicana are having natural and benign potential as cytotoxic agents against different human cancer cell lines, besides these are also potential sources of radical scavengers.
WORK LIFE BALANCE AND INTENTION TO QUIT AMONG FEMALE WORK FORCE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ms. Shumaila Atiq, Dr. Salman Iqbal, Ms. Mamoona Rasheed Employees are an asset for any organization. A huge amount is invested by the organizations on recruitment, hiring, training and retention of employee. When an employee quits his/her job due to any reason, it creates a financial burden on employer. Currently, work life challenges are most important reason of employee turnover particularly in female work force. The basic purpose of this research is to examine the understanding of work/life balance issues of female workers in higher education sector and corporate sector. Data is collected through questionnaires with female faculty members of higher educational institute and female employees of banking sector. The results indicated female workforce intended to leave their job and career if the WLB is disturbed in the absence of organizational and family support because it creates stress and pressure on female work force. From the results, it can be concluded that organizational and family support is very important for maintaining a Work life balance (WLB). This study will improve the understanding what is known about female employees’ work life challenges and applied implications hide in the arena of human resource department, to design the policies to ensure WLB which lead to less employee turnover. Keywords: Work Life Balance, Organizational Support, Family Support, Intention to Quit.
A Case Study in Application of Vectors in Three Dimensional Spaces published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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S. Sathyapriya | D. Harshini Devi | N. Priyanka This paper presents a concept of vectors in three dimensional space and it will start by introducing the subject matter as well as giving a brief history on vectors in three dimensional space. This paper also gives different examples of vectors in three dimensional space and how they can be used to solve various real life problems. This concept have many applications in physics and engineering. For instance Vectors in space can be used to represent the physical force and velocity. S. Sathyapriya | D. Harshini Devi | N. Priyanka"A Case Study in Application of Vectors in Three Dimensional Spaces" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10887.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/other/10887/a-case-study-in-application-of-vectors-in-three-dimensional-spaces/s-sathyapriya
COMPARISION OF DEPRESSION AMONG UNIVERSITY LEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS published in

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Sudha Bhatt, Mr. Dinesh Kumar Objective-The purpose of the study was to compare the level of depression among university level physical education students. Methods- For this purpose, 80 subjects were selected (40 each from L.P.U and H.N.B.G.U, B.P.Ed students) with age range between 18 to 29 years. Data were collected from respondents by using Depression inventory of Goldberg. To find out the significance difference “t” test was used. The level of significance was kept at 0.05. Result- The critical analysis of the data brings into light that L.P.U students were found higher in depression as compared to HNBGU as the calculated t-value we found was 3.531 which is greater than the tabulated value1.99 at 0.05 level of significance. Conclusion- We conclude that the students of LPU had higher level of depression when compared with HNBGU students.
Conceptualization of Management of Healthcare Services published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mansour Moklif Alanazi | Mohammed Ratoubi Alanazi Healthcare services are provided in a dynamic and complex system. Managing healthcare organization require from healthcare managers to determine the need for and scope of change and to manage the transition process to a sustainable result. It is very important to understand the organizational structure in healthcare system because there are multi relationships between different groups of people who working in healthcare organizations. Healthcare organizational performance assess to ensure that healthcare services provided in high quality, high productivity, safety and cost effectiveness manner. Conceptualize the management of healthcare services provide a holistic picture and help to improve quality of healthcare services. Mansour Moklif Alanazi | Mohammed Ratoubi Alanazi"Conceptualization of Management of Healthcare Services " Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8377.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/management-development/8377/conceptualization-of-management-of-healthcare-services-/mansour-moklif-alanazi
Relationship Between Demographic Variables and Leaderships Styles Adopted by Owner-Managers In Selected Small Scale Indian Industries published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr.Mohd. Ashraf Ali, Mushtaq Ahmad, Javed Sarfraz Leadership is an important factor in any form of organization whether it is small or big. One of the most significant features of the leadership situation is the style or behaviour of the leaders. It became a focal point in the emergence of modern human resources management in the organizational psychology. Many studies were undertaken on leaderships styles adopted in bigger organizations. But relatively only few attempts have been made to study the leadership styles adopted by owner-managers as leaders in Small Scale Industries. A study of this feature is necessary to understand the leadership in its Toto as many of the small scale industries are being managed by owner-managers themselves. Hence, this paper is an attempt in this direction.
The Elaboration of Algorithm for Selectionand Functions Distribution of Multifunctional Personnel published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Irakli Basheleishvili | Sergo Tsiramua The work refers to elaboration model for selection and functions distribution of multifunctional personnel; It contains a detailed described algorithm for the optimal selection and functions distribution of the multifunctional personnel. The results of the work of algorithm are presented on the different type matrix of functional capabilities. Irakli Basheleishvili | Sergo Tsiramua"The Elaboration of Algorithm for Selectionand Functions Distribution of Multifunctional Personnel" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2374.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/2374/the-elaboration-of-algorithm-for-selectionand-functions--distribution-of-multifunctional-personnel/irakli-basheleishvili
Personalized Indirect Calorimeter for Energy Expenditure (EE) Measurement published in

Global Journal of Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Francis Tsow*, Erica Forzani*, Nongjian Tao**, Xiaojun Xian, Ashley Quach, Devon Bridgeman Background and aims: A personal indirect calorimeter allows everyone to assess resting and non-resting energy expenditure, thus enabling accurate determination of a person’s total calorie need for weight management and fitness. The aim of this study is to compare the performance of a new personal metabolic rate tracker based on indirect calorimetry, Breezing®, with the Douglas bag method, the gold standard method for energy expenditure (EE) measurement. Methods: Energy expenditures (EE) at rest and during activities, and respiratory quotient (RQ) were measured for 12 healthy subjects, including 7 male and 5 female under different living conditions. A total of 314 measurements were performed with Breezing®, and the results were compared with those by the Douglas bag method. Results: R-squared correlation coefficients (R2) between the data obtained with Breezing® and the Douglas bag method were 0.9976, 0.9986, 0.9981, and 0.9980, for VO2, VCO2, EE, and RQ respectively. Conclusions: The EE and RQ values determined by Breezing® are in good agreement with those by the Douglas bag method.
Torsion of Gravid Uterus Managed by Obstetric Hysterectomy with the Fetus in Situ published in

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Perhar Inderjeet, Perhar Ramona, Singh Neha -
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF PAULOWNIA TOMENTOSA (THUNB) STEUD. FAM. SCROPHULARIACEAE AND ITS ROLE AGAINST HYPERGLYCEMIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nabaweya A. Ibrahim1, Seham S.El-Hawary2, Sanaa A. Ali3*, Magdy M.D. Mohammed1, Esraa E. Refaat Aim: The present work on the fruits of Paulownia tomentosa (Thunb.)Steud. (Scrophulariiaceae) has led to the isolation of three iridoidal compounds (1-3) identified as catalpol, aucubin and paulownioside and new hydrocarbon compound 4 was identified as cyclohexanone. Isolation of these constituents was performed using chromatographic techniques. Their structures were established through chemical and spectral analysis. Our study was to demonstrate the antidiabetic activity of the methanolic extracts obtained from Paulownia tomentosa, and investigated in normal and alloxan-induced diabetic rats, glibenclamide was used as a reference drug. Methods: Fifty six male albino rats will be used in the present study. Animals will be divided into 7 groups each group will be of eight rats, to evaluate the efficacy of the fruits of Paulownia tomentosa. Results: Triglycerides, total lipids also a significant decrease in liver function enzymes (AST, ALT and ALP) while elevation of Liver glycogen content, total protein and albumin in diabetic rats given methanolic extracts. Paulownia tomentosa extracts showed recovery in hyperglycemia and successfully recovery the alterations of all biochemical parameters measured. Histopathological study of liver was also carried out to confirm the protection offered by the methanolic extract. Conclusions: Data showed that Paulownia tomentosa possessed strong antioxidant activity, remarkable antidiabetogenic effect comparable to glibenclamide, a well-known liver protecting herbal formula.
Zno/Mg/Mgo Based Transient Electronics - Splinter After Use published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Himanshu Kushwah, Rachit Kumar Over the years it is always the goal of Electronics Industry to build and develop durable electronic devices that last forever with dedicated and stable performance, but many new opportunities open up once you start thinking about electronics that could disappear in a controlled and programmed way. Transient Electronics is the name, represent an emerging class of technology whose key characteristics is that it physically disappear in whole or in part in a very controlled fashion after it served its targeted functions. The transient nature is based around coating the base electronic device in a material that will completely dissolve in bio-fluids or water after a known period of time. Because the coating takes a known length of time to dissolve in fluids. Off course this transient nature is not possible without certain special material called transient materials; special degradable polymer composite materials designed to quickly and completely melt away when a triggered is activated. Transient Electronics enable application range from biodegradable electronics, medical implants, secure electronics, to vanishing environmental sensors and zero-waste consumer electronics. The initial part of this article focuses on introduction to various transient material, functioning, and structure. The later part of the article emphasis on application of transient electronics in various promising fields
The Concept of Triple Bottom Line Reporting and India’s Perspective published in

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Akanksha Jain Corporate responsibility reporting has beenslowly and steadily evolving over the last 20 years, once seen as a moralobligation to society, is now been recognizedas a business imperative. Today, companies are increasingly demonstrating that CSR reporting provides financial value and drives innovation, reflecting the old adage of “what gets measured gets managed”. During the mid-1990s, John Elkington, to measure sustainability, phrased a new conceptcalled the Triple Bottom line (TBL). This concept went beyond the traditional measures of profits, return on investment, and shareholder value to include environmental and social dimensions. While Sustainability had always been a goal for businesses, nonprofit organizations and governments, yet measuring the degree to which an organization is being sustainable, or pursuing sustainable growth have proven to be quite difficult. Many frameworks were developed overtime in this respect these include Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the AA1000 Assurance Standard, the Corporate Responsibility Assessment Tool (CRAT) etc. these frameworks aims at providing indicators and reports that equip companies to provide evaluations of their TBL performances as well as, the production of indexes for stakeholders to make evaluations of a company’s TBL. This study provides a comprehensive view of the concept ofTriple Bottom Lineand throws light on India Inc. with respect to TBL reporting.
English-Phobia: Causes and Remedies published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mrs. Sandeep Kaur | Mrs. Gurpreet Kaur | Ms. Jyotsna Sharma The article examines the causes and remedies of poor English teaching and learning in primary and post- primary schools and recommends measures to overcome them. Among the root causes of English phobia in schools are the imbalanced skills, poor examination system, lack of effective teaching aids , shortage of qualified English teachers, lack of adequate in-service teaching programmes, lack of proper incentives for English teachers and an inherent fear of mathematics. The study revealed that english-phobia exists among students, which is characterized by hesitation or shyness, feverish feelings in English class and difficulty of expression. Highlighted causes include poor student-teacher relationship, non conducive environment for English class among others. Genuine efforts should be made by all stakeholders in solving the problem to improve students achievement English. Mrs. Sandeep Kaur | Mrs. Gurpreet Kaur | Ms. Jyotsna Sharma"English-Phobia: Causes and Remedies" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11551.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/11551/english-phobia-causes-and-remedies/mrs-sandeep-kaur
Simulation and projecting as the main methodical activities’ aspects of the future Mathematics’ teacher published in

Zbirnik naukovih prac’ fiziko-matematicnogo fakul’tetu DDPU

Published by Donbas State Pedagogical University, Department of Physics and Mathematics
Anikova S.V., Trush N. I. Theoretical aspects of the definitions «methodical simulation» and «methodical projection», the ways of improving this process formation of the future Mathematics teachers of these methodological activities are searched in the article.
Right Sided Eventration of Diaphragm with Corpulmonale-A Case Report published in

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Dr.Putta Rajasekhar, Dr. Putta Suresh, Dr.Vaddera.Sameeraja, Dr.Prathap Bingi Eventration of the diaphragm is generally regarded as a condition in which the left or the right leaf of the diaphragm has ascended abnormally high into the chest. It is a condition in which all or part of the diaphragm is largely composed of fibrous tissue with only a few or no interspersed muscle fibers. It can be congenital or acquired. Congenital presents at an early age of life.In adults it is mostly asymptomatic and found incidentally on radiographs. If symptomatic, repeated upper respiratory tract infections are the most common findings associated with eventration of the diaphragm in older age groups. Here we present a case of 62 year old female with right sided eventration of diphragm presented with corpulmonale which is a rare entity.
CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISON OF THE THREE CULTIVARS SEED OIL OF OPUNTIA FICUS-INDICA IN TUNISIA published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
S. El Adib ¹, S. Slim1, E. Hamdeni2 The Barbary fig is a plant of the arid and semi-arid areas that is able to adapt to poor soils and high temperatures. The cactus has interesting properties that grow and develop the culture promote its byproducts. This study was conducted on three cultivars of Opuntia ficus-indica are those of Zelféne, Sbeïtla and Kairouan. The study was made in order to carry out a description and comparison between cultivars. In terms of recovery methods, extraction and characterization of the oil was made from the seeds. The oil yields vary from 1.35 to 1.9% for Sbeïtla and Kairouan cultivars and reached 2.7% for the cultivar Zelféne. The major fatty acids present in the oil of the seeds are palmitic acid (C16: 0), stearic acid (C18: 0), linoleic acid (C18: 2) and oleic acid (C18: 1 ). However, the most dominant fatty acid is linoleic acid with 61.79 of contents; 57.19 and 58.92% respectively for Zelféne, Sbeïtla and Kairouan. As for the sterol composition, siosterol Beta is the major component of this oil whose content varies from 67.14% for the cultivar Sbeïtla and 81.18% for that of Zelféne. Seed of oil is also rich in vitamins (tocopherols) which ?-tocopherol is the largest reaching 57.98 mg / 100 g of oil. Keywords: Opuntia ficus-indica -Oil seeds - fatty acids - tocopherol - sterols
Anemia in peuperium: Comparative study of efficacy and safety of Oral iron, Iron sucrose and Ferric carboxymaltose published in

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Dr. Urvashi Singh, Dr. Neha Singh introduction: Postpartum anemia can develop after delivery because of unforeseen medical problems during and after delivery which could complicate a mother’s ability to properly care for her newborn child. The current treatment for postpartum anemia is oral iron supplementation but this treatment has been associated with several gastrointestinal side effects, So Intravenous iron treatments have become more popular. Objectives: To evaluate the hematological parameters of women with postpartum anemia while being treated with IV Iron sucrose or IV Ferrous carboxymaltose compared to oral iron. Methodology: Prospective study conducted at MLN Medical college from march 2014 to February 2015 in 350 postpartum anemic women given different iron preparation and rise in Hb compared. Result: Study showed a significant increase in Hb level in FCM group (3.1%) and ISR group (2.5%) as compared to oral iron (1.8%). Conclusion: Both forms of IV iron are superior to oral iron in correcting postpartum anemia as they require a shorter treatment period, increase the likelihood of compliance, have no gastrointestinal side effects and rapidly replenish iron stores. Compared to ISR, FCM has advantage of lesser dose requirement and less allergic side effects.
Application of Multi-criteria Evaluation Method for the Selection of Check-in System in Urban Public Transport published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ivana Olivkova, Dr.Zuzana Svedova In the transition to a new system or upgrading an existing check-in it is necessary to take into account several important facts affecting the activity and organisation of urban public transport (PT), the quality of transport process, and the associated satisfaction of passengers. This article is focused on the possibilities of modern check-in technologies, which are intended for the urban public transport, their subsequent comparison and evaluation
A Case of Cryptococcosis in An Immunocom Promised Patient published in

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Dr. Nihaal Reddy, Dr. Pranav Mallya, Dr. Hemanth Kumar, Dr. Ashwin Patil AIMS & OBJECTIVES: To review the clinical presentation and imaging findings of cryptococcosis in an immunocompromised patient positive for HIV/AIDS. MATERIALS & METHODS: A 42 year old HIV/AIDS male patient presented with complaints of headache and aphasia. Patient had low CD4 count of 4.Patient underwent MRI brain (P&C) & CT brain. RESULT: MRI (P&C) revealed clusters of T2 and FLAIR hyperintense, T1 isointense, non-enhancing lesions in bilateral basal ganglia ,thalamus, midbrain and dentate nucleus. Tiny cystic areas in bilateral basal ganglia and along the ependymal lining of the lateral ventricles. No evidence of haemorrhage, necrosis, perilesional edema or calcification within the affected areas. Subacute infarcts were also present in the bilateral basal ganglia. CT brain plain revealed hypodense areas in the above mentioned areas. CONCLUSION: Fungal infections can be life-threatening in immunocompromised patients, especially those with HIV/ AIDS. While many different fungi can cause CNS infection, the most common fungi to affect patients with HIV/AIDS are Candida albicans, Aspergillus species, and Cryptococcus neoformans (crypto). Cryptococcus neoformans is an infectious agent causing central nervous system (CNS) infections in immunocompromised patients. Patients with CNS cryptococcosis commonly present with non-specific manifestations such as headache, fever, seizure and conscious disturbance. Cryptococcosis is the third most common CNS infectious agent in HIV/AIDS patients, after HIV and T. gondii. Prior to HAART, crypto CNS infections occurred in 10% of HIV patients, but it is now relatively rare in developed countries. It manifests as Meningitis, gelatinous pseudocysts and cryptococcomas in the brain. It is confirmed on the India ink stain test.
A Study on Investors Perception on Online Trading And Depository Operations with Respect to India Infoline Ltd., Gulbarga published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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A Combo Scheme of PMSBY and PMJJBY - the Success Story of Suraksha Bandhan published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Thiruma Valavan A Government Launched Suraksha Bandhan Drive to Facilitate Enrolment under Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) and Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) through the Jeevan Suraksha Gift Cheques (Rs. 351), the Suraksha Deposit Scheme (Rs. 201) and Jeevan Suraksha Deposit Scheme (Rs. 5001) Initiatives to build on the very encouraging response to the social security schemes, namely; Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) for accident and disability cover of up to Rs. 2 Lakh at an annual premium of Rs. 12 and the Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) for a term life cover of Rs. 2 Lakh at an annual premium of Rs. 330, launched by the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi on 9th May 2015 at Kolkata, a special enrolment drive had been launched by participating Banks and Insurance Companies during August-September 2015, in the backdrop of the festival of Raksha Bandhan. The drive is reaching out to the pool of eligible Bank account holders who are yet to be enrolled under these schemes.
Focus on Human Resource as Improvement of the Flexible Manufacturing Operation of Organization published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Nasser Fegh-hi Farahmand Focus on human resource in organizations regarded as a tool for organizations growth and profitability, strategic innovation, organizational and customer-oriented changes. This article attempts to explain the imperative strategic plan collective by patterns of thinking. The importance of strategic, long-term policy and imperative strategic plan collective is very clear to planners. Imperative strategic managers like to follow a similar and routine imperative strategic behavioral pattern. Imperative strategic plan collective, normally taken, as a part of imperative strategic planning, therefore also tends to run in cycles of around last years. Implementing tailored organization can give a competitive advantage and help foster goodwill toward focus on human resource approach. Studies on corporate organizational imperative strategic have possessed an increasing growth. This paper proposes a learning organization expectations method that considers tailored organization information. In todays tailored organization al environment, there are usually several products and services to fulfill certain functions. The rise of intense competition among the domestic and global markets has revealed the crucial role of organizational imperative strategic in actualization and maintenance of competitive privilege development in the imperative strategic organizations. Dr. Nasser Fegh-hi Farahmand"Focus on Human Resource as Improvement of the Flexible Manufacturing Operation of Organization" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2187.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/hrm-and-retail-business/2187/focus-on-human-resource-as-improvement-of-the-flexible-manufacturing-operation-of-organization/dr-nasser-fegh-hi-farahmand
Autonomic dysfunction in type 2 diabetes mellitus by using spectral analysis of heart rate variability published in

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Dr. Audimulapu Sudharani Diabetes mellitus (DM) is the most common endocrine and metabolic disease of humans. DM is classified generally in to 2 types 1. Type 1 diabetes also called insulin dependent DM (IDDM) is caused by lack of insulin secretion. 2. Type 2 diabetes also called non insulin dependent DM (NIDDM) is caused by decreased sensitivity of tissues to the metabolic effects of insulin. This is called as insulin resistance2. . DM occurs throughout the world, which is a major burden for health care facilities in all countries4. To study the autonomic dysfunction in type 2 diabetes mellitus by spectral analysis of heart rate variability. Compare HRV analysis between type 2 diabetes and normal volunteers. In this study the important finding is from comparing autonomic dysfunction with different HbAIc levels . Hence from this study we found that, if a person develops diabetes irrespective of the glycemic control he continues to have autonomic impairment
Information Communication Technology (ICT)-Facilitated Deviance: A Study among the School Children in Chennai City published in

International Journal of Management Research and Social Science (IJMRSS)

Published by Innovative Research Developers and Publishers (IRDP)
Gia Coombes Antoniette #1, Agathumariyan Michael*2, Rengasamy Stalin*3, Dr. M. Srinivasan*4 Deviance is defined as any behaviour, belief or condition that violates social norms in society or group (Kendall 2006). However, the term deviance is relative and the nature of deviant activities is also relative which varies across time and space. This study investigates the current trends in deviant behaviour among a sample of high school and higher secondary school students in Chennai city. The study’s process involved a self-administered five-point Likert scale questionnaire that was given to 200 high school and higher secondary school students representing different categories of schools in the city. The study has attempted to not only find out the prevalence of traditional forms of deviant behaviour such as truancy, status offences, etc. but to also study more specific forms of deviant behaviour indulged in using modern day technology, particularly using cyberspace as the medium. The preliminary findings of the study show that a considerable percentage of the respondents were found to have indulged in various forms of deviant behaviour including Internet and web-oriented deviance.
Optimal sizing and allocation of energy storage in wind power incorporated optimal power flow published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Ulagammai Meyyappan and Kumudini Devi Raguru Pandu The rapid expansion of wind power creates new challenges for power system operators and electricity marketers. Wind energy has the potential benefits in curbing emissions and reducing the consumption of irreplaceable reserves. But the variable nature of wind energy poses challenges in the power system operation and planning. In order to ensure the wind power as firm power, energy storage is added to smoothen the variations in wind power. In this paper, optimal power flow with wind and energy storage is developed. The Energy Storage Systems (ESS) are installed as a backup of wind generators to meet the demand reliably. The objective is to minimize the loss by optimal location and sizing of ESSs. With the optimally located ESSs, OPF is carried out using SFLA and tested on IEEE 30 bus system.
Waste Reduction: A Practical Approach published in

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Dr. Archana Dadhe Today, with business competition at an all time high, TPM, 5s & Kaizen may be the only factor that separates success and failure & dedication will definitely bring in high return. TPM concentrates on productivity improvement by way of maximizing the availability of equipment. The 5S Process is a structured program to achieve total organization, cleanliness, and standardization in the workplace. It results in a safer, more efficient, and more productive operation. It boosts the morale of the workers , promoting a pride in their work and ownership of their responsibilities. Kaizen is based on making little changes on a regular basis always improving productivity, safety and effectiveness while reducing waste in a quickly changing economic environment. It is used to sustain continuous improvement & optimization of administrative system. Study shows that excellence will pave the road to unparallel growth. Within a decade the company can grow by leaps & bounds.
Peningkatan Produksi dan Kualitas Daging Sapi Lokal Melalui Penggemukan Berbasis Serealia pada Taraf Energi yang Berbeda published in

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Rudy Priyanto, Asnath Maria Fuah, Edit Lesa Aditia, Muhammad Baihaqi, Muhammad Ismail Local beef cattle is still the major source of domestic beef consumption, yet their productivity and quality is relatively low. This study was aimed to investigate productivity and meat quality traits of local beef cattle through fattening using cereals based concentrate containing different energy level. Nine Ongole cattle with average initial liveweight of 254.67 ± 20.7 kg and age between I1-I2 permanent incisor teeth were used in the study. They were fattened for four months and alloted into three different energy rations; they were low (ER) 57.88? TDN, medium (ES) 63.72? TDN, and high (ET) 69.67? TDN. The three rations had simmilar protein contents, between 12.42?12.96?. Observed parameters included cattle performance (ration and nutrition dry mater intake, daily gain, and feed conversion), carcass traits (carcass weight and percentage, fat thickness, and loin eye area at the 12th rib), and meat quality traits (pH, water holding capacity, tenderness, cooking loss, marbling score, and meat color). The results showed that cattle fed with high energy (ET) ration had the highest body weight and marbling score, and more efficient in feed conversion than medium (ES) and low energy (ER) rations. Local beef cattle productivity and there meat quality could be improve through fattening using high energy cereals based concentrate. Keywords: energy ration, local beef cattle, meat quality, production performance
Ossteo-intergrated Retention for Extraoral Maxillofacial Prosthesis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Poonam Malik, Manu Rathee, Bhawandeep Kaur The fabrication of facial prosthesis is much an art as it is science. Prosthesis form ,coloration ,and texture must be as indiscernible as possible from the surrounding natural tissues. The ideally constructed prosthesis must duplicate the missing facial features so precisely that the casual observer notices nothing that would draw attention to prosthetic reconstruction. . Osseo integrated implants have been shown to be the most useful asset in the retention, stability and support when compared to other conventional prosthesis. Through, this paper focus is placed on placement of implant for retention of maxillofacial prosthesis.
AN INTERACTIVE HAZOP TEACHING MODULE FOR ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE STUDENTS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Alireza Bazargan, Gordon McKay An animated student-based teaching module for teaching the process safety technique HAZOP has been developed and is presented in this paper. The interactive software is designed to make the learning process more enjoyable and effective. The animated teaching module is available free of charge to potential users at the following website http://www.cbme.ust.hk/hazop/4round/ .
Pteridophytic Medicinal Plants Used by the Gond Tribe of Korba District, Chhattisgarh, India published in

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Gond, D., Bora, M., Tiwari, R.K. The present communication deals with the indigenous traditional knowledge (ITK) on some ethno-medicinal plants used by the Gond tribe of Korba district, Chhattisgarh, India for treating various health ailments. Tribal’s people are the ecosystem people who live in harmony with the nature and maintain a close link between man and environment. The Gond tribes use many of the pteridophytic plants species in and around the vicinity in various therapeutic uses including treatment of common skin ailments like wounds, eczema as well as gastro-intestinal problems such as diarrhoea, dysentery, and snake bite, fracture of bone, etc. The present paper provides information of 16 plants belonging to 12 families used by the tribe as medicine in the treatment of various diseases.
Study of Laparoscopic Groin Herneal Repair published in

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Dr. Busineni Moksha Prasuna, Dr . Ravi Mohan, Dr. Y. Indira The present study Laparoscopic Groin Herneal Repair to determine duration of procedure, morbidity in terms of Complications, duration of hospital stay, early return to work and recurrence with special reference to its surgical management. The aim of the study is to find out Merits and Demerits of Laparoscopic Groin Herneal Repair. Prospective study of management of groin hernias by Laparoscopic surgery either TEP or TAPP in Osmania Medical College in Hyderabad. Total number of subjects are 17 in numbers, who came to Osmania General Hospital for inguinal herneal repair either direct or indirect, bilateral or unilateral, either complicated or uncomplicated. Two types of laparoscopic surgeries done (1) Trans abdominal preperitoneal repair; (2) Total extraperitoneal herneal repair depending upon surgeon's choice.
DEFINITION DIRECTIONS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF BUSINESS ACTIVITIES OF ORGANIZATIONS BASED ON THE ANALYSIS OF BALANCE THEIR DEVELOPMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Anna Sergeevna Kravchenko Defined the main factors affecting the efficiency of business activities. Explained the nature of their influence and the necessity of their integration. The analysis of balance development of particular company. Based on analysis proposed specific actions to improve the efficiency of its activities.
Non-union of fracture, chronic osteomyelitis of humerus, and humeral proximal physeal arrest as series of complications in a fracture shaft of humerus in a one and half year old child. published in

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Dr. Mayur M. Kamani, Dr. Siddharthshetty A case of fracture shaft of humerus with infection and nonunion is a difficult scenario in management and here we discuss an experience at treating one such case in a one and half year girl child where the fracture non union in association with diaphysial osteomyelitis presented a challenge which ended with unfavorable outcome
ROLE OF LANGHAN (FASTING) IN MANAGEMENT OF JWAR published in

Pharmaayurved

Published by Mrs. Sheetal Buddhadev
Bharat Mungra Meera H. Kotak Mohit Paghdar Disha Patel In today’s fast paced world people are so busy because of overscheduling which leads to stress and strain as well as they cannot have regular meals wreaking havoc to the health. According to Ayurveda mithyaahara andmithyavihara leads to improper agni which further leads to formation of ama. This ama is considered to be the root cause of jwara. Jwara is considered as a disease of rasavaha and svedavahastrotasdushti. Langhan is considered as the first line of treatment for rasavahasrtotasdushtivikaras. It does pachana of ama and thus helps in detoxifying the srotas. Thus leads to formation of proper rasa dhatu. Moreover fasting according to modern science helps the body to remove the infected cells by a process called as apoptosis.
Waste water treatment by photo-catalytic oxidation process published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
AMIT KUMAR GUPTA AND SACHIN GUPTA Water shortage and water quality are the main issues in the global water crisis. As the population increases, there is ever growing demand on water resources. Due to increased industrial activities and urbanization, availability of good quality water is diminishing day by day. Purification of water is essential for availability of good quality water. Advance oxidation process (photo-catalytic oxidation process) is a method for degradation of organic compounds in waste water through a semiconductor catalyst i.e. TiO2 with UV light. This paper discusses the organic and inorganic pollutants in waste water and there removal via photo-catalytic oxidation process. The mechanisms of photo-catalytic oxidation process have been discussed to radical formation i.e. OH*. These radicals (i.e. OH*) are capable to destroy the organic pollutants in waste water. This paper also discusses the several other conventional methods for purification of water
MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR MICROWAVE FET published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Andrey Alexandrovich Kokolov Currently there are a huge number of field effect transistors nonlinear models, many of which apply to the High-electron-mobility transistor (HEMT). In this article a review and classification of existing nonlinear models of microwave HEMT is performed. This review will be useful to engineers involved in the design of microwave devices to make the choice of microwave transistor models.
Minimization of Power Losses In Radial Distribution System- A Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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R. Vijaya Krishna | K. Sarath Kumar | M. Jeevana Rao In our country power is distributed to various areas through the grid. Different generating stations generate electricity of 11kv and transfers power to the grid. Then the power is transferred to the substations through the transformers. This power is distributed to the consumers through various distribution systems to improve the efficiency. The efficiency of the distribution system is less due to more losses and natural calamities will affect the distribution system. It may cause the failure of the power supply to the consumers and it will affect the entire power distribution system or we need to re install the entire distribution lines. These all are the disadvantages of distribution system. Under peak loaded condition bulk amount of power is needed to meet the load demand. And under heavy loaded condition the supply to the consumers will shut down for some time to meet the load demand. Therefore, the entire efficiency of the distribution system is less. However, this paper is discussing about losses allocation at each node in radial distribution system and improving efficiency of radial distribution system. So, we need to improve the efficiency of the distribution system. By using different techniques, we can improve the efficiency of the radial distribution system. R. Vijaya Krishna | K. Sarath Kumar | M. Jeevana Rao"Minimization of Power Losses In Radial Distribution System- A Review" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5834.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/5834/minimization-of-power-losses-in-radial-distribution-system--a-review/r-vijaya-krishna
ABOUT DYNAMIC NESTING OF LORENZ ATTRACTORS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov In the study of Lorenz attractors in the system of differential equations is used the first derivative of a function. This study shows the independence of the existence of the attractor from the order of the derivative.
Efficient Image Retrieval Using Different Content Based Image Retrieval Methods: A Review published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Priyanka Srivastava, Dr. K.S.Patnaik? In this paper, we reviewed different methods used in Content-based image retrieval, to resolve the problem of efficient and similar digital image retrieval from large databases with high precision. Uses of different features like texture, color, shape have been focused in different ways to implement better and faster retrieval of data through different CBIR methods. Methods like Statistical Fractal-scaled Product Metric (SFPM), Fractalscaled Product Metric (FPM), local tetra patterns (LTrPs) have been focused to maximize the accuracy of CBIR systems and to enhance similarity queries.
A Study of Referral Cases of Post Partum Hemorrhage- Still An Obstetrical Tragedy which is Largely Preventable published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

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Foster Tochukwu Orji* and Nekwu E Okolugbo Objectives: To establish our current practice of ‘group and save’ blood for nasopharyngeal tumour biopsy (NB), and to determine the rate of blood transfusions among patients who underwent NB under general anaesthesia. Methods: A retrospective chart review of all patients who underwent biopsy of NB in our tertiary institution between January 2006 and December 2015 was undertaken. Those with Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofi broma were excluded. Data retrieved included patients’ characteristics such as age/sex, anaemia, primary tumour extension, and histology. Outcome measures included rate of ‘group and save blood’ requests, intra-operative blood loss, blood transfusion rates. Comparison was made between those that were requested to group and save blood prior to surgery (group ‘A’) and the group ‘B’ that were not so requested. Results: We analysed eligible 103 cases (71 males and 32 females) out of 121 nasopharyngeal biopsies over the study period. ‘Group and save’ blood was undertaken in 47.6% (49/103) of our patients. Only 12.2% of the requested blood was transfused. Among evaluated patient characteristics, only oropharyngeal tumour extension differ between the study groups (P = 0.025). Overall, 14% had signifi cant intra-operative blood loss (>500mls), while 9.7% were transfused. The rates of blood loss and transfusion were not signifi cantly different between the study groups (P = 0.22 and 0.09 respectively). Signifi cant factors that infl uenced transfusion were pre-operative anaemia and oropharyngeal tumour extension. Conclusion: There was high rate of arbitrary request for ‘group and save blood’ prior to NB in our institution over the last decade, which seems largely unnecessary. We recommend it be undertaken only in the presence anaemia and extensive oropharyngeal tumour extension.
Results of Proximal Femoral Nailing in Ipsilateral Fractures of Neck and Shaft of Femur- A Prospective Study of Fourteen Cases. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Bikash Jyoti Bordoloi, Dr. Sukalyan Dey Background: Concurrent ipsilateral fractures of neck and shaft of femur is an infrequently encountered combination. Amongst many treatment modalities, we studied the outcome of Proximal Femoral Nailing in such cases. Materials & Methods: Fourteen consecutive cases of simultaneous fractures of neck and shaft of the same femur were operated with long PFN and followed up for 18 months. Results: Patients included mainly young active males suffering high velocity trauma. Average operating time was 86 minutes. Average union time was 12 weeks for the neck and 23 weeks for shaft fracture. Good outcome was achieved in 71.4% and fair in 28.6% as per Freidman & Wyman criteria. Complications included: delayed union (n=1) knee stiffness (n=1), coxa vara (n=1), shortening (n=1). Conclusion: Closed nailing with proximal femoral nail is the treatment of choice for simultaneous fractures of neck and shaft of the same femur, promising a good overall outcome.
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE AND POLICIES IN THE CONTROL OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Arun Roy, Dr. Arpan Dutta Roy*, Dr. Binay Gupta, Pharm.D Antibiotic resistance occurs when an antibiotic has lost its ability to effectively control or kill bacterial growth, in other words, the bacteria are ‘RESISTANCE’ of therapeutic levels of an antibiotics. Only through certain level of awareness antibiotic policies and judicial use of antibiotic can overcome this deadly problem.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERISATION & ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ESSENTIAL ( OMEGA-3-FATTY ACID ) THIOSEMICARBAZIDE OF LINUM USITATISSIMUM (LINSEED) SEED OIL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Shobha Borhade There are two subclasses of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), omega-3-fatty acid ?-Linolenic acid or ALA (18:3n-3) & omega-6-fatty acid gamma-linolenic acid or GLA (18:3n-6), . Linum usitatissimum (Linseed) seed oil used for synthesis of thiosemicarbazone derivative contains 28.05 % alpha-linolenic ( omega-3 fatty acid ) & 18 % linoleic ( omega-6 fatty acid ). Seed oil was extracted by n-hexane & fatty acid present in the seed oil is necessary for the synthesis of derivative with thiosemicarbazone. Thioemicarbazones are potent intermediates for the synthesis of pharmaceutical and bioactive materials and thus, they are used extensively in the field of medicinal chemistry Omega-3 –fatty acid thiosemicarbazide of Linum usitatissimum (Linseed) seed oil was synthesized. The absorption spectra, infrared spectra and X-ray diffraction of essential ( omega-3-) fatty acid thiosemicarbazide was studied. The antibacterial activity of essential fatty acid thiosemicarbazide was studied.
USE LOW COST CARRIER STRATEGY AS SOLUTION TO REDUCE AIRCRAFT TICKET PRICE IN IRAQ published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Ali, Jabbar Dawood Al-Khafaji Air transport is one of the most important sectors growing in Iraq, especially after 2003 and the removal of all restrictions that were imposed for the movement of people prior to this date also air transport are predicted to take advanced place in Iraqi economic. Iraq has the magnificent site in the heart of Middle East and this region which connecting Continents of the world. Iraq has seen a significant growth in the number of airports across his territory also increase of international airlines that work in Iraq but high prices of airline tickets is one of the most prominent problems of the aviation sector in Iraq compared to other airlines in the world prices for same distances, Knowing that most of the companies trying to lower the price in order to attract larger numbers of travelers.
LANDSLIDE HAZARD ZONATION ALONG STATE HIGHWAY BETWEEN AIZAWL CITY AND AIBAWK TOWN, MIZORAM, INDIA USING GEOSPATIAL TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Er H.Laldintluanga*, F. Lalbiakmawia, Er R. Lalbiaknungi Road transport network is one of the most common victim of landslide disaster which inturn affects the population. Landslide is one of the most common geo - environmental hazards in Mizoram due to its fragile geologic conditions and unplanne d developmental activities. The present study investigates the Landslide Hazard Zones along State highway between Aizawl city and Aibawk town of Mizoram. This highway is the most important road connecting northern and southern parts of the state. The study utilized Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques. The road was buffered 50m on both side to delineate the study area. Important factors which induced landslide were identified and accordingly, five thematic layers viz., slope mor phometry, geological structures like faults and lineaments, lithology, relative relief and land use / land cover were generated. These thematic layers were ranked and weighted based on their relative importance in causing landslide. Each class within a the matic layer was assigned an ordinal rating from 1 to 10 as attribute information in the GIS environment. These attribute values were then multiplied by the corresponding rank values to yield the different zones of landslide hazard. The ground information o n landslide occurences were also considered while classifying the different zones of landslide hazard. The resulting Landslide Hazard Zonation map classified the area into five relative hazard classes like very high, high, moderate, low, and very low. The final map generated will, therefore, be used by engineers and administrators for maintenance and monitoring of this state highway to ensure smooth flow of transportation between the state capital and other important district headquarters of the southern pa rt of Mizoram. Landslide inventory was also conducted and remedial measures were suggested at several landslide locations.
APPLICATION OF TWO NOVEL SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF LOSARTAN POTASSIUM AND CHLORTALIDONE IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Soniya A Thomas* and Mary Mathew Objective: To develop two novel, simple, specific and accurate spectrophotometric methods for simultaneous estimation of Losartan Potassium and Chlortalidone without prior separation steps. Methods: Ratio difference spectrophotometric method (RDSM) and mean centering of ratio spectra method (MCR). Results: Calibration curves of the two methods are linear over the concentration range of 10-40?g/ml and 10-60?g/ml for Losartan Potassium and chlortalidone respectively, with good correlation coefficients. The methods were validated as per ICH guidelines; accuracy, precision and repeatability are found to be within acceptable limit. Conclusion: The two novel spectrophotometric methods are simple, accurate, precise, reproducible, economic and valid for application in laboratories lacking liquid chromatographic instruments.
Corrossion: It's Impact and Prevention published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Deepti Shikha | Rita Awasthi Determination of functional and mechanical properties of metal owning to corrosion caused by moisture, chemicals, temperature and several environmental factors propels the demand for corrosion prevention and acid proof lining in numerous end “use industries. Corrosion preventive coatings are devised to protect structures from degradation caused due to exposure in extreme corrosive environment. By acting as a barrier between the materials and the corrosive environment, corrosion prevention coating or linings function as agents that enhance the life of structures by preventing their wear and tear. Deepti Shikha | Rita Awasthi"Corrossion: Its Impact and Prevention" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2451.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/other/2451/corrossion-its-impact-and-prevention/deepti-shikha
THE SKILL OF THE CREATION OF THE PORTRAIT - AN INDICATOR OF THE WRITERS WORLDVIEW published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Zhibek Amirovna Otesh The article considers the question writers skill ?.?????y??. So as not being a professional literary critic and a writers story Our family became one of the most prominent works in the Kazakh prose. In particular portrait in the work ?.?????y??, is considered as an important element of artistic skill principles and of the writers worldview.
Automatic Car Window Opening System by using Oxygen and Sound Sensor published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
M. Sathish | V. K. Harikrishnan | Prof A. RamaKrishan | P. Kavin Now a days maximum car interrupt on air-condition will be attached that is condition may be reduction on oxygen in vehicle full closed system, the oxygen which detecting on less oxygen in vehicle will be there on human being automatic windows open system. The present invention comprises a system and method for automatic opening and closing system on the car windows. This method includes a higher sound and less oxygen element detection sensor which may human being safety consideration work in windows opening system the interior of the automobile by contacting the material when the automobile is left unattended with the automobile power windows in an open or lowered position. The human oxygen and sound detection sensor accordingly automatically operates the power windows without the intervention of the automobile operator. The system evaluates human Exide the still contacting the automobile and may return the power windows to the position they were in prior to the more amount of oxygen filling sound dont be created windows automatically closed. M. Sathish | V. K. Harikrishnan | Prof A. RamaKrishan | P. Kavin"Automatic Car Window Opening System by using Oxygen and Sound Sensor" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10892.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/10892/automatic-car-window-opening-system-by-using-oxygen-and-sound-sensor/m-sathish
Comparative Study of Open Versus Sutured Haemorrhoidectomy in V.s.general Hospital, Ahmedabad published in

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Dr Shaishavpatel, Dr Tejas Patel, Dr Darshakprajapati, Dr Mukesh Suvera Aim: The aim of this study was to compare the early outcome of the conventionalopen with that of the sutured haemorrhoidectomy. Method: Forty patients with symptomatic stage 3and 4haemorrhoidectomy were studied either with conventional open haemorrhoidectomy (n=20) or suturedhaemorrhoidectomy (n=20). All operations were performed under spinal anesthesia. Operative time, postoperative pain, duration taken to return to work, postoperative complications, wound healing rate and patient's satisfaction were recorded. Follow-up was weekly for four weeks. Results: Open haemorrhoidectomy was easier and quicker to perform than suturedhaemorrhoidectomy (P-value = 0.000). There was no statistically significant difference in the average post-operative pain scores (P-value = 0.054). No difference in the need for extra analgesia was observed. The sutured haemorrhoidectomy resulted in faster rate of wound healing and earlier return to normal activity than open haemorrhoidectomy(P-value = 0.027). The overall patient satisfaction score was 1.95 in the sutured group and 1.80 in the open group but this difference was not statistically significant (P-value 0.159). Conclusion: Sutured haemorrhoidectomy has a short-term clinical advantage over openhaemorrhoidectomy in terms of rate of wound healing and earlier return to work. There was no statistically significant difference in degree of patient satisfaction.
THE IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICY DECISIONS ON THE STOCK PRICES DURING THE PERIOD OF INFLATION TARGETING: AN EMPRICAL STUDY IN BIST published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Ahmet Kerem Ozdemir, Emir Otluoglu The impact of monetary policy decisions on stock prices has always been an important issue both for policy makers and financial investors. In this context this study investigates the impact of monetary policy decisions on the stock prices during the period of inflation targeting. We used Johansen cointegration test and VAR/VEC methods in order to analyze the relationships between various BIST stock indices, overnight interbank interest rate, and USD?Turkish Lira exchange rate. Results demonstrate that interest rate shocks impact stock prices negatively and this impact is permanent.
Study of Extreme Weather Events (hot & cold day or wave) over Bihar Region published in

International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Science

Published by Engineering and Science
R. K. Giri , Devendra Pradhan and A. K. Sen In this paper an attempt has been made to study the heat wave /cold wave and hot /cold days for Bihar region during 46 years of data (1969-2014). The representative months have been taken from December to February and March to June for cold wave/ cold days and hot wave /hot days respectively. The results obtained from decade analysis shows that the frequency of the hot wave /hot days increased during the last decade (2005 to 2014) almost for all the stations of Bihar region. In the similar manner the frequency of the cold wave /cold days also increases during last two decades (1995 to 2004 and 2005 to 2014) over the region. The gaps in the data of part time observatories have not been taken into account in the final decision.
Academic Performance, Aspirations, Attitudes And Study Habits As Determinants Of The Performance In Licensure Examination Of Accountancy Graduates published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Jade B. Tan The graduates it produces often determine the quality of education offered by an institution. In like manner, the quality of graduates produced by an institution is measured by their performance in licensure examinations. The study determined the level of student’s academic performance, aspirations, attitudes towards accounting and study habits. It also determined the performance of the graduates in the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure examination, as well as the relationship of the academic performance, aspirations, attitudes towards accounting and study habits and the performance in the licensure examination. One hundred twenty-four (124) respondents were considered in the study which utilized the descriptive- correlational method. A survey questionnaire determined the level of academic performance, aspirations, attitudes and study habits. Official results of the CPA Licensure Examination were retrieved from the Professional Regulation Commission. The study employed frequency counts, weighted means, ranking and regression analysis as statistical tools. The respondents had good academic performance, high level of aspiration, favourable attitude towards Accounting and good study habits. Performance of graduates is above the national passing percentage, though, graduates do not make it in the first attempt. Graduates performed best in Theory of Accounts while the weakest performance is in Practical Accounting I. Academic performance, attitudes towards accounting and study habits are significantly related to the performance in the examination while level of aspirations was not related. The study recommended the emphasis of students’ persistence to work toward their goals, study habits and passion in accounting in admitting prospective students. Regular assessment through qualifying examination is also recommended to improve performance.
Association of Sperm DNA Integrity and Nitric Oxide in Infertile Men With Abnormal Semen Quality published in

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Kavita More, Badade Zg, Narshetty Jg, Mukherjee S Infertility is a tragic condition. Male factor plays an important role in 50% of infertile couples. Recent reports indicate that increasing male infertility could be due to genomic abnormalities. Therefore the present study was aimed to evaluate sperm DNA integrity, Nitric oxide and TAC levels in infertile men with abnormal semen quality and fertile men. The study is prospective, comprises 40 infertile men and 40 fertile men. Sperm DNA integrity was assessed by flowcytometry. Seminal Nitric oxide and TAC were evaluated spectrophotometrically. The percentage of DFI and NO. levels were found to be significantly increased while TAC was significantly decreased in infertile men as compared to fertile men . DFI and NO. were negatively correlated with TAC levels. Present study indicates that elevated levels of seminal OS observed in these infertile patients could be responsible for poor sperm quality and sperm DNA fragmentation. Hence evaluation of DFI, NO. and TAC can be used for diagnosis and prognosis of male infertility in addition to routine semen parameters to decide the treatment strategies.
COMPARISON OF IPIC WITH CURRENT TRENDS OF SERVERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amardeep Gupta* Today we can fit the extensive software needed to drive a World Wide Web server into a computer the size of a box of matches. A Stanford University professor has created what is believed to be the world's smallest Web server, the size of matchbox, which was designed to ultimately be worn by a use
LS-SASAKIAN MANIFOLDS WITH SEMI-SYMMETRIC NON-METRIC CONNECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
L K Pandey In 1976, I. Sato [4] introduced a structure similar to almost contact structure. Also in 1977, I. Sato [5] discussed on a structure similar to almost contact structure II. In 1977, T. Adati and K. Matsumoto [1] discussed on conformally recurrent and conformally symmetric p-Sasakian manifolds. Also in 1979, K. Matsumoto and I. Sato [2] discussed on p-Sasakian manifolds with certain conditions. The purpose of this paper is to study Lorentzian special Sasakian manifolds and generalized Lorentzian Co-symplectic manifolds with semi-symmetric non-metric connection [3].
Caracterización de familias en las localidades de la Florida, Samaria, Galán y San Nicolás en Pereira, Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Eliana Agudelo G., María Lucila Ayala H., Martha Luisa Ríos I., Diana Marcela Gómez P., Leidy Jhoana López V., Diana Carolina Taborda Introduction: the health condition in the life stages of individuals within the family system requires tools to guide the studies around the families, their characteristics, qualities, typologies, functionality and crisis among others. As a system, it is important for the individual development and allows the creation of interventions of the infirmary in health encouragement. Methods: study of the descriptive type. The instruments of family assessment were applied to 78 families. The families came from social status 1 and 2 in the urban and rural area of Pereira. Results: the intra family relationships studied are very strong, which means that in spite of the social conflicts that affect the family groups, the cultural value given to the family and its members remains. Conclusion: the families studied are not recognized as a susceptible system to be evaluated; all its members are self evaluated in an individual and isolated manner, away from the community, surroundings and family group.
Nutritional status of sport persons published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.T. KHOGARE AND B.T. KOLGANE The diet and nutrition in relation to specific athletic activity and performance, energy intake and its relation to energy expenditure for specific activity and the like is not available. Though a few reports are available on the diet and nutrition of Sport persons, for Indian sport persons more information need to be unearthed along these lines, for drawing any definite conclusions on their diet and nutritional requirements and optimum performance. This paucity of data on sport persons nutrition enthused the investigators to pursue the present study. Thirty state and national level male sport persons from Kolhapur city of Maharashtra State, ten sport persons from each sports discipline namely athletics, basket ball, holly ball were chosen for the entire study. The heights and weights of the subjects were measured using a stadiometer and beam balance scale, respectively and their body mass index (BMI) was calculated. The skin fold thickness at specific sites of the body viz., triceps, scapula and abdomen were measured using a Harpenden skin fold calipers. The fat content was determined by body density technique (BD) using formula predicted by Katch and Mc Ardle. The lean body mass (LBM) was calculated by subtracting the per cent fat from the body weight. All the sports persons had normal BMI (20-25) except the athletes persons and basketball events who had low weight normal BMI (18.5-20). None were found to be obese (BMI > 25). Majority (18 out of 20) of athletics and basket ball persons had acceptable body fat per cent (7-15%) whereas majority (7 out of 10) of the holly ball were lean (i.e.<7% body fat). Except the athletics persons the energy requirement of basket ball and holly ball did not meet the RDA. Maximum energy was expended for the sports practice by the athletes.
Hospital induced psychological distress among patient attendants at Liaquat University Hospital, Jamshoro published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Aatir H. Rajput, Ali Raza Shaikh & Kainat Ali Panhwar Background: Existing literature on interpersonal affairs amid health professionals and patients has proliferated since the 1960s, highlighting the importance of health professionals of all sorts. Here, in the clinical setup of Liaquat University Hospital, we have another important relationship that is crucial to a patient’s health care plan, is an adjunct to the health care professionals and contributes significantly more to the patients care. This relationship, often taken for granted by the health authorities, is that of a patient and a family member voluntarily staying with the patient at the hospital (commonly termed as attendant). Objective: This study hopes to unearth the major problems (particularly hospital induced psychological distress) faced by attendants and inquire what major complaints they have against the health care setup, health professionals and the hospital. Methodology: This cross-sectional observational study was conducted from May to July 2013. A data sample of 150 patient attendants at Liaquat University Hospital, Jamshoro was chosen by purposive sampling. The data was collected by self-administered structured questionnaire and was analyzed using SPSS v.16.0 and MS Excel. Results: 66% of the patient attendants were males while 34% were females. The most common attendants were sons (22%), mothers (17.3%) and brothers (12%). The most common complaint of the patients was that the attendants had no proper place to stay even if their stay was necessary. The attendants complained of inadequate sleep, health worries, anxiety, depressed mood, agitation, reduced appetite and weight loss due to improper food. Conclusion: We conclude, on the basis of our findings, that an important asset is being mistreated by our healthcare system and this mistake demands to be corrected on a priority basis. Steps should be taken to solve their problems so that they may continue to play their positive role.
EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF LEAF EXTRACTS OF MEDICINAL PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Sonia Sethi*, Simran Khanna, Airambano Khan and Nanda Hatti The present study was carried out to determine the phytochemical constituents, antioxidant activity and antimicrobial activity in the Azadirachta indica, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Momordica charantia, Momordica dioica, Costus igneus, Calathea zebrine, Maranta leucoreura and Ophiopogon japonicus medicinal plants. Out of eight plant samples tested, leaf extract of Maranta leucoreura showed highest total antioxidant capacity with 2440?g ?-tocopherol content per milligram of the plant extract. Also reducing power activity in Costus igneus was found to be 85mg/ml and Calathea zebrine with 83mg/ml respectively. The antimicrobial potential of eight plants was screened against four bacteria E. coli, S. aureus, P. vulgaris and Streptococci sp, using well diffusion assay. Methanol extracts of Azadirachta indica, Ocimum tenuiflorum, Momordica charantia, Momordica dioica, Costus igneus, Calathea zebrine, Maranta leucoreura and Ophiopogon japonicus exhibited good activity against all the bacteria tested. The methanol leaf extracts of Momordica charantia showed significant activity against S. aureus (40mm), Streptococci sp (32mm) and E.coli (35mm). Leaf extract of Ocimum tenuiflorum exhibit highest activity against P. vulgaris (30mm) and E.coli (34mm). It can be inferred that the parts of plant having high content of phytochemicals may serve as a good source of nutraceuticals which have potential for use in health care formulations.
REQUIR E MENT ENGINEERING : AN APPROACH TO QUALITY SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jogannagari Malla Reddy * , S.V.A.V. Prasad, Sambasiva Rao Baragada Requirement Engineering is the crucial phase of software development life cycle. The activity of requirement engineering is contract between the client and developer. The gathering of complete and consistent requirements can motive the quality of software product and can satisfy the user’s needs. The requirement engineering is a complex exercise that consider the product requirement demands from the number of viewpoints , roles and responsibilities. The successful systematic implementation of requireme nt engineering process can have good impact on the quality of software product.. In this research paper, we highlights the role of requirement engineering and its activities in the development of quality software product.
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.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ANTIDANDRUFF HAIR GEL FOR TREATMENT OF SEBORRHOEIC DERMATITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S.P. Dhamane*, N.V. Tayade, V.V. Potnis, A.S. Kulkarni1 and A.S. Gadekar Seborrhoeic dermatitis is a chronic, non inflammatory condition of the scalp that is characterized by excessive scaling of scalp tissue. Dandruff may be a symptom of more serious problem, such as scalp become thick or yellowish colour seborrheic dermatitis. Various Antifungal agents are widely used in hair shampoos for the treatment of dandruff. These products show temporary effect for span of hours in a day on the scalp. Therefore, an attempt has been made for formulation of Fluconazole and Tea tree oil anti-dandruff gel which may give antidandruff action for number of hours. Placebo formulations were prepared by using different concentrations of carbopol 940, glycerine as a humectant and allantoin as a anti-irritant. All formulations were evaluated for physical appearance, pH, viscosity, extrudability, spradability. Based on viscosity, spreadability, extrudability formulation CGA8 containing 0.6% carbopol 940, glycerine and allantoin was selected as best formulation for addition of fluconazole and tea tree oil. The formulation FTCGA8 (containing 2% Fluconazole and 5% Tea tree oil) and TCGA8 (containing 5% Tea tree oil) shows good drug release than FCGA8 as it contains 2% fluconazole only. Antifungal activity shows that formulation FTCGA8 and TCGA8 shows higher efficacy.
IMPLEMENTATION OF SPEED UP ROBUST FEATURE FOR DETECTION AND TRACKING OF INANIMATE OBJECTS published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Fari Muhammad Abubakar? Object detection and tracking is one of the most researched areas in computer vision and is receiving a growing attention because of its wide area of applications which include surveillance, industrial inspection, robotics, mobiles, and 3D gaming among others. This paper focuses and presents the implementation of Speed Up Robust Feature in development of a Detection and Tracking System for inanimate objects. The system can detect an inanimate object from a still image containing many other objects which have been saved as data set as well as detect and track objects using webcam. The algorithm is developed in Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 express edition using Speed Up Robust Feature available in EmguCV libraries which are used for the image processing and computer vision tasks. A Logitech C310 High Definition webcam with 5 Mega Pixel is used for the purpose of real-time detection and tracking.
Determanation of Several Biochemical Parameters in Sera of Iraqi Patients with type 2 Diabetes published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Layla O. Farhan* Diabetes mellitus, or simply diabetes, is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. This high blood sugar produces the classical symptoms of polyuria (frequent urination), polydipsia (increased thirst), and polyphagia (increased hunger). The aim of the study is to measure several biochemical parameters in T2DM patients and the effect of these parameters in development the disease. Laboratory investigations including Ceruloplasmin , fasting blood glucose (FBG) , malondialdehyde (MDA), serum protein, uric acid, and protein electrophoresis have been measured in patients with type 2 diabetes. Blood samples were obtained from the patients and matching group of healthy volunteer subjects were considered as control group who came to the AL-Yarmok hospital for health checkup. There were significant differences in ceruloplasmin , FBG, malondialdehyde (MDA) , total protein, and uric acid,in the patients when compared to control group. There was a negative correlation between MDA [? mol/l] with ceruloplasmin [mg/dl/] (r=0.43, p<0.01), and positive correlation between FBG [mg/dl/] with uric acid [mg/dl/] (r=0.43, p<0.01), in patients group while no correlation was found among control subjects . From these studies we can conclude that antioxidant defense is impaired in type 2 DM patients of increased oxidative stress.
Ganga Riverpollution Through Big Drains in the Municipality Areas– A Case Study published in

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Dr. Anadigayen Big drains in different municipalities situated along the bank of Ganga are carrying municipal wastes from households and other sources, which is finally discharging in the Ganga River. Especially during rainy season, storm drainage carries huge wastes from entire municipality areas and causes large scale Ganga pollution. The City Sanitation Plan (CSP) is very much essential for these Municipalities, which has a polluted stretch of river Ganga. At present, very few municipalities are having sanitation related scheme under execution within the municipal area. Hence, Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) may be installed with all big drains to combat the big drains pollution issues.The solid waste generation is increasing in parity with population explosion over the period. Therefore, Solid Waste Management (SWM) is very important to maintain the clean environment. Community based approach and public awareness along with Municipality initiatives may be the suitable measure for cleaning the big drains and minimize the Ganga River pollution.
AN APPROACH TO STANDERDIZATION OF PANCHAKARMA THERAPY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Dr. Chawardol Seema G. and 2Dr. Jain Sapan B*. Ayurveda being the oldest health care system has got the time tested principles to its credit, but as new demand and issue merge, the practical domin of this holistic medicine also has to be updated to higher levels. The Ayurvedic approach to he treatment of disease consists of two major procedures; Samshodhana chikitsa (purificatory therapy) and samshamana chikitsa (pacificatory therapy) Panchakarma is a unique bio-cleaning therapy of Ayurveda which brings about homeostasis of the body and eliminates disease causing toxic substances from the body. Panchakarma is an unique idea of permanent cure. The methodology used for performing various Panchakarma procedure differs widely from one treatment centre to other. This will bring about a negative effect on Ayurveda as the patients may doubt the authenticity when they undergone the same treatment procedure at different treatment centres in different methods, Clinical study conducted in the field of Panchakarma shows considerable variation in procedure, accuracy and quality. To avoid these misconception we have to advocated many subjective and objective parameters and they need to be standardized for the effective application in current practice standardization is the process of developing and implementing technical standards. It can also facilitate commoditization of formely custom process. It will help to increase the acceptability and utilization of Panchakarma at Globel level.
A SURVEY ON SUPERVISED METHOD FOR DETECTION OF MALWARE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nisha Badwaik*, Vijay Bagadi The Number of Android mobile devices has been increased in recent year. There are so many approaches for detection of android malware has been proposed by using permission or source code analysis or dynamic analysis. In this survey paper, we use a probabilistic discriminative model for detection of malware by using supervised method .It also show that probabilistic model based on regularized regression also it works well with permission. Furthermore this first research model achieves the best detection result code and application permission. In the previous work limited tool were used for analysis of the APK file, we will be using three of th e most advanced tool for APK analysis namely 1.dex2jar, 2. Java Decompiler, 3.class file analyzer. These three tools will give us complete part of analysis for the existing system.
Technological Security Aspects for Internet Banking published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Soumyajit Das, Dr. Pranam Dhar The present day banking business is, to a great extent, dependent on ‘Electronic Banking’. The term ‘Electronic Banking’ means banking through internet i.e Internet Banking where the physical presence of the consumers in the bank is not mandatory. Electronic banking, also known as electronic fund transfer (EFT), uses computer and electronic technology as a substitute for the negotiable instruments like cheques, drafts etc and other paper transactions. EFTs are initiated through devices like cards or codes that let one or those one authorizes, access one’s account. Because of the commercial failure of videotex these banking services never became popular except in France where the use of videotex (Minitel) was subsidised by the telecom provider and the UK, where the prestel system was used. As Internet Banking is a relatively new area of banking in India so people in India are still not very conversant with electronic banking. Further as it is directly related to money and fund, people are very hesitant about using it because of different farudulant activities. So as far Internet banking is concerned customers are very keen to safeguard them by consolidating the security aspects of Internet Banking.
Rapid determination of nitrophenol isomers in polluted water based on multi-walled carbon nanotubes modified screen-printed electrode published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Essy Kouadio Fodjo, Yuan-Ting Li, Da-Wei Li, Sara Riaz and Yi-Tao Long* A sensitive screen-printed electrode modified with multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs/SPE) was applied to determine simultaneously m-nitrophenol, o-nitrophenol and p-nitrophenol. The electrochemical response showed that o-nitrophenol, m-nitrophenol and p-nitrophenol were entirely separated at the MWCNTs/SPE interface. Under the optimized conditions, it was found that the detection limits were 8.1×10-8, 5.5×10-7 and 2.0×10-7 M and the linear calibration ranges were 1.0×10-6~1.9×10-5 M, 2.5×10-6~2.1×10-5 M and 2.0×10-6~2.0×10-5 M for m-nitrophenol, o-nitrophenol and p-nitrophenol respectively, proving that the electrode presented here could be easily used to determine nitrophenol isomers simultaneously with high sensitivity within pH range from 4.8 to 8.0. The applications in water samples showed that no interferences appeared with deviations below 5% to the determination of nitrophenol isomers with 1000 fold excess, indicating a good response of this method for nitrophenol isomers detection. This disposable modified SPE combining with a portable electrochemical device were performed for wastewater samples on-field rapid determination.
CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE POTENTIAL OF HERBAL RADIOPROTECTANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Kumud Bala1, Piyush Saini2 Deepshikha Pande Katare3 Radiation is one of the prevalent exogenous factors that have deteriorating effects on human life. There are various types of radiations and only some of them can be detected easily and are generated in controlled environment having all the necessary safety measures, but most of the radiations are undetected to the humans and there are no safety measures present as such to protect the living organisms from them. Radiation exposure to the biological system can lead to damaging effects such as DNA damage, protein damage and lipids peroxidation, if severe enough, it may result in the damage of hematopoietic, gastrointestinal , reproductive and central nervous system subject to the radiation dose. There have been incidents of even genetic defects in the offspring’s, whose parents were exposed severely to the radiation. In some cases radiation therapy is also used as a form of treatment as in case of cancer treatments, which can damage the normal living cells and have other associated side effects. Hence, it is an utmost need to overcome the side effects of the radiation or to reduce it to a certain level that it does not provide any serious harm to the exposed person. Considering this as the goal, present study is focused on developing natural radioprotectant which will be efficient in protecting biological systems from radiation induced damage.
RURAL ELECTRIFICTION IN INDIA: CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
I. Nawaz* Rural electrification is a critical ingredient for rural development process. Efficient provision of electricity contributes to poverty reduction by acting as a catalyst for industrial growth and enhancing agricultural productivity. Being central to basic human needs of health and education; it has significant impact on quality of life in the rural areas. Despite this strong and well established link between development and electricity provision, it is ironic that India’s track record with regard to rural electrification has been far from impressive. After nearly seven decades of Independence, 68.84% of the country's population which lives in rural areas still does not have adequate access to electricity. Recent policy initiatives have however given the much needed thrust to electrification process in rural India. A significant attempt has been made to place electricity in the holistic picture of rural development. Rapid expansion of rural electrical power distribution network in India has presented several financial and technical problems. Due to low tariff, the revenue realization is not commensurate with heavy investments made on infrastructure. The system efficiency is also poor, resulting in high power losses and poor reliability of supply. The system deficiencies are largely the result of poor planning and use of inappropriate distribution practices. This study has highlighted the need to confront these challenges by adopting innovative strategies to upgrade system efficiency and to optimise future investment in this important development programme.
Phyto-Chemical Investigation and Wound Healing Activity of Clerodendrum Philomides published in

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A.Ravindarraj, Dr.A.John Merina The fresh flowers of Clerodendrum philomides is found to contain apigenin and apigenin 7-O-glucoside. The isolated compound is characterized by choromatography and UV spectral techniques. The flower extract has immense potential for the management and treatment of wounds. The ethyl acetate extract of Clerodendrum phlomidis is investigated for its wound healing property
A STUDY ON SKIN TONE BASED ROI SEGMENTATION TO EXTRACT NEWSREADER REGION FROM HEARING IMPAIRED NEWS VIDEOS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
*V.Deepa, Dr.P.Krishna Priya In this research article, the video segmentation based on skin color using Region of Interest is presented. The objective of the research is capturing the sign words from the deaf and dumb news videos and preparing textual information. By default, video processing requires huge memory space to process the frames. The time taken for processing frames and pixels are also too high. For this research, the news video has been pre-processed and presented for object recognition process. The skin tone of the news reader varies with respective to the attributes of the images like brightness, luminescence and the color of the video. When broadcasting an edited-video, there are possibilities in its resolution. The resolution also affects the skin tone of the news reader. Hence skin tone selection based region of interest for news-video is analyzed and presented to gain knowledge for video segmentation.
Influence of Powder and Paste on SCC Using Recycled Concrete Aggregate published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
S. Girish The use of recycled concrete aggregate is an important issue for preserving the natural resources, protecting the environment, saving of energy and for sustainable development. In this study, a unique simple mixture proportioning method was successfully adopted for developing SCC based on the absolute volume concept, starting with a volume of paste with maximum aggregate size of 20 mm. The method involved very few trials with different types of aggregate that can be advantageously used in field practice. The volume of paste chosen was 0.38 to 0.43 fraction of the total mix. Natural crushed angular granite and recycled demolished concrete waste were used as aggregate for making SCC with fly ash as filler. SCC and vibrated normal concrete mixes were made for varying cement contents of 300 kg/m3 to 450kg/m3 and for a constant water content of 185 l/m3. Cubes of 150 mm size were cast and tested for compressive strength at different ages of 7, 28 and 60 days. The results indicate that higher paste content not only makes the mix more cohesive with better lubrication of aggregates, but also increases the slump flow (reduces yield stress) and compressive strength. The 28 day compressive strength of SCC with both natural and recycled concrete aggregate showed higher compressive strength than vibrated normal concrete and significant increase at later age, possibly due to pozzolanic activity of the filler material (fly ash). However, the compressive strength of SCC mixes with recycled concrete aggregate has a lower value, when compared with SCC mixes of natural crushed angular granite aggregate at the same age. The study clearly shows the importance of paste in SCC and the advantage of using recycled concrete aggregate with better performance than the vibrated normal concrete with natural crushed aggregate and can go a long way in conserving the natural resources by the use of recycled concrete aggregate for sustainable development.
Food gap and prevalence of undernutrition among rural and urban adolescent girls in Chapra (Saran) district, Bihar published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
KAVITA KUMARI AND KUMKUM KUMARI The Present investigation has been carried out in Chapra (Saran), district, Bihar. A descriptive research design was adopted. Out of the total sample (300) rural and urban adolescent girls comprised of 68 and 62, respectively. The respondent girls were selected randomly using random number table. Dietary information was gathered by using 24 hours recall method and dietary survey was executed for three consecutive days. Under nutrition was assessed in terms of BMI(Body Mass Index).The present study showed that average food intake of rural and urban girls was less than recommended dietary allowances (RDA). However, cereals and roots and tubers consumption was higher than RDA. Again, average intake of G.L.V., fruits, milk and milk products was even less than 50 per cent of the recommended dietary allowances. Further, data pertaining to under nutrition showed that more than 60 per cent of the rural as well as urban adolescent girls were undernourished. There was no case of obese and overweight found either in rural or urban sample.
Enzymological Responses in Channa Punctatus Exposed to Sub-Lethal Concentration of Hexaconazole (Contaf) In Paddy-Cum-Fish Ecosystem published in

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Neelanjana Choudhury Jayanta Tarafdar Ashis Panigrahi Pesticides usage in agricultural fields to control pests is extremely toxic to non target organisms like fish and affect fish health through impairment of metabolism, sometimes leading to mortality. Present study is an attempt of investigating enzymological responses in Channa puntatus exposed to fungicide Hexaconazole used against Rhizoctonia solani in rice plants in paddy-cum-fish ecosystem. Native polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis have been used to analyze malate dehydrogenase (MDH), lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and peroxidase (Pox) isozymes in different tissues like gill, heart, liver, kidney, muscle and spleen of the Channa punctatus in order to study the tissue specificity of these isozymes. LDH and MDH isozymes are major system found in liver and kidney and associated with environmental stressors gets elevated. Peroxidase, is related to antioxidant activity against free radical toxicity induced by fungicides, was found highly expressed in gill and heart. Lactate and malate dehydrogenase showed increased activity in spleen and kidney indicating detoxification and tissue damage induced by pesticide.
Foreign Currency Translation under U.S. GAAP-A Simplified Example published in

International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science (IJBASS)

Published by Dr. Yuval Rottenstreich(Editor In Chief)
Kenneth R. Creech Associate Professor of Accounting Briar Cliff University 3303 Rebecca Street Sioux City, IA 51104 Phone: 712-279-1684 Mail: Kenneth.Creech@briarcliff.edu USA The translation of foreign currency based financial statements is an important issue in today’s global business environment. This article will discuss some of the key concepts by the use of a simplified example. The concepts to be discussed include the selection of a functional currency, translation of foreign currency based financial statements under U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) using the current rate method, other comprehensive income and financial statement disclosure. The step by step example should help professionals through the process of foreign currency translation.
ASSORTED DIRECTIONS OF AUTHENTICATION IN BIOMETRIC SYSTEMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shambhu Prasad Sah*, Purushottam Das, Himanshu Pant, Ankur Singh Bist Biometrics refers to a way of authentication in the world of computer security using various metrics linked to human characteristics. It is used for access control and recognition of individuals. This paper provides the working of Biometrics System, description of its various features and various biometrics methods us ed in digital world of computer .
Current management of overactive bladder: Insight from developing country published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Dwi Ngestiningsih Overactive bladder (OAB) is a chronic, debilitating and highly prevalent condition occurred in all age, especially among elderly affecting quality of life such as socioeconomic, psychological, occupational, domestic, physical and sexual functioning. The management of OAB can be nonpharmacologic interventions, pharmacologic interventions or combination of both. There are several substances involving smooth muscle relaxants, tricyclic antidepressants herbal medicine that can be used to encourage this OAB but still uncovered, this is a challenge for clinicians to investigate further regarding herbal medicine for OAB in order to suppress cost of OAB management because herbal medicine especially in Indonesia is cheaper than synthetic substances. The successful of management of OAB is influenced by many factors, especially from developing country such as Indonesia is the compliance of patients. The comprehensive and better understanding of this disorder is needed in order to manage OAB comprehensively. This article discuss about the comprehensive approach for managing OAB based on the clinical experience among developing country. Keyword: Overactive bladder. Elderly, herbal medicine
Endometrial Cancer - Diagnosis - Special Issue published in

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PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF FIBROIDS published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
Harpreet Kaur, Aayushi Gulati Fibroids are the commonest benign tumors of female genital tract. They are mainly composed of smooth muscle & fibrous connective tissue. Etiopathogenesis of fibroids is linked to hormones (estrogen & progesterone), genetic factors and some growth factors. Estrogen is the main predisposing factor-there is increased density of estrogen in fibroids compared to normal myometrium and increased concentration of aromatase leading to high local estrogen levels. The growth promoting effect of estrogen & progesterone has been shown to be mediated through local production of growth factors.
MATHEMATICAL MODELING SYSTEM INTEGRITY-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES - THE SECOND PROBLEM PEDAGOGOMETRIKI PROPOSED MODELING SYSTEM HOLISTICALLY-SCHOOL ACTIONS BY MEANS OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SYSTEM REGARDING THE INTEGRITY OF THE SYSTEM-FORMATION OF THE PERSON ON THE BASIS OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF PSYCHOLOGICAL-PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITY THEORY, PSYCHO-PEDAGOGICAL SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND THE THEORY OF THE GRADUAL FORMATION OF MENTAL ACTIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Alexandrovich Mishchik Proposed modeling system holistically-school actions by means of mathematical analysis of the system regarding the integrity of the system-formation of the person on the basis of mathematical modeling of psychological-pedagogical activity theory, psycho-pedagogical system analysis and the theory of the gradual formation of mental actions
CARBAPENEMS RESISTANCE IN GRAM-NEGATIVE BACILLI ISOLATES FROM RESPIRATORY TRACT SAMPLES OF PATIENTS IN INTENSIVE CARE UNITS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vandanan B. Rajput* and Dr. Jigna P. Naik Carbapenems are preferred antibiotics for severe infections in ICUs. Its widest antibacterial spectra offers realistic option for monotherapy in ICUs, but in recent year clinical utility of carbapenems are under a serious threat, due to production of Metallo-beta-Lactamase (MBLs). Gram-negative bacterial infections are particular concern, especially MBLs producing in intensive care units (ICUs). Detection of MBLs among Gram-negative bacilli (GNBs) is crucial for the optimal treatment of patients and to control the spread of resistance. This study was conducted to determine carbapenems-resistant and the proportion of MBLs producer among multi-drug resistant (MDR) GNBs isolated from respiratory tract samples of patients admitted in various ICUs. Total 70 non-duplicate GNBs from respiratory tract samples were isolated, identified and subjected to antibiotics susceptibility testing. Isolates were screened for MBLs production and confirmed by phenotypic confirmatory tests. Out of 70 GNBs, 38 isolates were found to be MDR, 31 isolates were found to be imipenem resistant, 34 isolates were found to be meropenem, ertapenem and doripenem resistant. These 34 carbapenems resistant isolates were found MBLs producer by phenotypic screening and confirmatory test, with broad spectrum resistance profile.The results suggested that the resistance to carbapenems agents in the present study is due MBLs production. Considering the emergence characteristic of MBLs, its surveillance becomes important to control the transmission of this resistance mechanism.
Node Localization in Wireless Sensor Network using Pollination based Optimization published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Lovepreet Singh, Sukhpreet Kaur Accurate location of each ode is highly desirable to achieve high performance of WSN and various optimization techniques are used like as Particle Swarm Optimization, Biogeography Based Optimization, Pollination based algorithm for the optimizes location determination of nodes in WSN. In this paper we have proposed PBO to determine the optimized location of target node. Here the nodes that get localized in iteration act as anchor node. A comparison of the performance of PBO& Hybrid (BBO&PSO) in terms of number of nodes localized,localization error and localization time,end to end delay, end to end loss ratio is presented..
Yield Gap Analysis in Onion under Front Line Demonstration in Haveri District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. M. Hiremath, M.V. Nagaraja Problems of onion production and their solution at farming situation were studied with the participation of this regard, under technology development and refinement, front line demonstrations on onion was conducted at different locations in Haveri district. These demonstrations focused on increased productivity of onion per unit area and get the feedback from farmers on the performances of onion variety. From the study it revealed that over the years variety Arka kalyan performed superior over local check. The gross returns, net returns and B: C ratio recorded highest in Arka kalyan compared to local. Further the technology index and its adoption index over the local check were also highest in Arka kalyan.
REVITALIZING THE INDIGENOUS SEMAI ORANG ASLI LANGUAGE IN MALAYSIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr Alias Abd Ghani Much attention has been focused on the survival of indigenous language in recent years. Many experts on the area anticipate the demise of the majority of indigenous languages worldwide and have called on the need to address the loss of indigenous language. According to Reyhner, R (2007 ) many indigenous peoples of the world, lack what may be termed the effective right to save their languages and cultures i.e. access to the knowledge, strategies, and resources necessary to resist destruction of languages and cultures. This paper presents the findings of the initiatives made by the Semai Orang Asli community and the Ethnic Language Division, Curriculum Development Centre (CDC), Ministry of Education Malaysia in revitalizing the language through documentation and native language teaching in Semai schools throughout Malaysia. This is part of the proactive efforts made by the community by engaging themselves with relevant educational authority in safeguarding their language form endangerment.
Impact of Fundamental Factors on Share Price Movements - A Study on Select Listed Companies of Indian manufacturing industries in Bombay Stock Exchange published in

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Dr. M. Rajesh, K. Bhaskar Stock market performance is generally considered to be the reflector of financial and economic conditions of a country. There are number of macroeconomic and industry related factors that potentially affect the share price movements of the companies. The primary purpose of this study is to examine the share price variation to specific macroeconomic. The study consists of macroeconomic variables including Market Price of Share (MPS), Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), GDP, Inflation (INFL), Money Supply (M2) and Industrial Production (INP). The study attempts to determine which, if any, of the macroeconomic variables are of use in explaining the variability of share prices of select firms from Indian Industries that are listed in Bombay Stock Exchange. The firms relating to 05 different sectors are selected for this study on the basis of data availability, profitability and performance on the Bombay Stock Exchange. These sectors are Tire, Pesticides, Two wheeler,Tiles and Cotton. The share prices data for the selected firms and economic variables obtained for the maximum period of 5 years.
NANOSPONGES: AN INNOVATIVE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Neha Richhariya, Dr. Sunil Kumar Prajapati, Dr. Upendra Kumar Sharma Site- specific drug delivery system had been an aspiration for long time. The inventiveness of nanotechnology lead to breakthrough of numerous dosage forms to prevail assorted predicaments. After some time, discrete functionalized particles were advanced that are entitled nanosponges. Nanosponges are small molecular sized particle. These particles can spread all over the body up to the time that they combat the specific site and bind to the surface and set about to release the drug in a controlled and predictable manner. Nanosponges are nonirritating, non-mutagenic, non-allergic and non-toxic. Both lipophilic as well as hydrophilic drugs can be packed in nanosponges. The rationale of this write-up is to talk about nanosponges in addition to their prominent peculiarities, preparation approaches; polymer used as well as execution in miscellaneous disciplines.
Poverty Trends in India published in

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C, Narayana Reddy In a developing country like India, with low level of income and high incidence of poverty, poverty has an impact on all aspects of development (social as well as economic). Poverty affects social development directly. In this paper an attempt has been made to analyze the poverty trends in India. By the World Bank standrds of $1 per day per capita, India has 458 million poor people (52.5 per cent of its population) and accounted for 35 per cent of the World’s total in 1992. From the analysis, it is observed from the various rounds of NSS that the overall poverty fell sharply from 52.88 per cent in 1970-71 to 27.5 per cent in 2004-05. There was a slight increase in poverty level up to 1973-74 and thereafter the poverty declined continuously.
Assessment of ethical concerns among practicing librarians in Nigeria published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

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Glory Onoyeyan, Lawrence Ajayi, Odunola Adesina and Itunu A. Bamidele This study assessed ethical concerns faced by practicing librarians in federal, state and private universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. Questionnaire was the tool used for data collection. The study population consisted of the 50 professional librarians from Federal University of Agriculture (FUNAAB), Abeokuta, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye and Babcock Unviersity, Ilishan-Remo. The respondents consisted a total of the 50 practicing librarians from the three selected universities in Ogun State, Nigeria. A total of 50 questionnaires were administered on all the respondents and 44 questionnaires were retrieved and analyzed given a response rate of 88%. A descriptive statistical method was used to analyze the data displayed in tables and percentages. Findings from the study shows that intellectual property rights issues are the highest ethical issue confronting librarians. The study also shows that abusing confidential information and using official position for personal advantage are perceived as high unethical behaviour among librarians. The study also reveals that a majority of librarians do not have a copy of the Librarians’ Registration Council of Nigeria Code of Ethics. Based on the findings, recommendations were proffered. Keywords: Professional ethics, Librarians, Ethical dilemma, Code of ethics, Ogun State, Nigeria
Growth Management of Azolla in Aquaculture Medium published in

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Dr. Binodini Mishra The rice-Azolla-fish system enriches environment for rice, fish and Azolla. Climbing perches (Anabas testudineus) were subjected to four types of feeding schedule (T1-fish feed alone, T2-fish feed + Azolla, T3- Fresh Azolla alone and T4- Dry Azolla alone). These aquaculture media were utilized to estimate the growth rate of Azolla pinnata separately. Growth of A. pinnata was at par in T1 (medium with fish feed) and T2 (medium with fish feed and Azolla) and all other media are found statistically insignificant. It appears that the growth of Azolla in aquaculture medium being fertile with fish faeces.
INFLUENCE OF NATURAL GUMS AND SYNTHETIC POLYMERS ON THE SUSTAINED RELEASE MATRIX TABLETS OF TIZANIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nayana. S. M *, Kirankumar Navade, Nethravathi.A, K. Sumana, Suresh V. Kulkarni In recent years, plant derived polymers have evoked interest due to their diverse pharmaceutical applications such as diluents, binders, disintegrants in tablets, thickeners in oral liquids, protective colloids in suspensions, gelling agents in gels, bases in suppository and also used in cosmetics, textiles, paints and paper-making . The plant based polymers have been studied for their application in different pharmaceutical dosage forms like matrix controlled system, film coating agents, buccal films, microspheres, nanoparticles, viscous liquid formulations like ophthalmic solutions, suspensions, implants and their applicability and efficacy has been proven. These have also been utilized as viscosity enhancers, stabilizers, disintegrants, solubilizers, emulsifiers, bioadhesives and binders.[1-3] Sustained release formulation is the drug delivery system that is designed to achieve a prolonged therapeutic effect by control the drug release within the safety range over an extended period of time after administration of single dose. The objective of this research work was about Influence of Natural Gums and Synthetic Polymers on the Sustained Release Matrix Tablets of Tizanidine Hydrochloride in the management of Spasticity. Matrix tablets were prepared by direct compression method using natural polymers, and fillers like Xanthun gum, HMPC K100, and Karaya gum as matrix forming agent and excipients such as MCC, Magnesium stearate and Tlac were used. Dissolution profiles were studied in medium pH 1.2 HCl for 2 hours and pH 6.8 phosphate buffer for the remaining 10 hours. The influences of variables like polymer concentration, combination and fillers on drug release were analyzed from
A NOVEL DETECTION AND TRACKING ALGORITHM FOR TRAFFIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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B.Vamsi Krishna Vehicle detection and tracking place a vital role in traffic surveillance system (TSS). In the past, many methods had been introduced and implemented still a challenging issue because of dynamic textures such as rain fall, snow and absence of light. Therefore to overcome these problems introduce a novel tracking algorithm based on background subtraction and morphological operations. Firstly the background method is used to detect the moving objects from the video and then morphological operations are applied to remove the noise regions and obtaining more accurate segmentation results. After vehicle detection, a object-based vehicle tracking method is used for building the correspondence between vehicles detected at different time instants. After vehicle tracking, calculate the vehicle count from video.
SITUATION OF FLUORIDES RATE IN WATERS AND MAJOR CONSUMED FOOD IN WILAYA EL-OUED published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Zobeidi and A. Messiatfa The effects of mineral salts in the drinking water, beneficial or harmful depending on their concentration, are known for many years and thus the problem posed by fluoride ions in the waters of the region (Fluorosis Dental and skeletal). This study proposes, the estimated daily intake of fluoride from its water distribution and the main food consumed per capita in the region of El-Oued (dates, tea, couscous, lentils, carrots, potatoes, pumpkin ...), which has a significant content of fluoride in their composition. In addition to the arid climatic conditions, the air temperature is very high in summer, leads to a strong human perspiration. This preliminary result leads us to propose a standard fluoride-specific region of El-Oued. The results showed that the majority of water samples and analyzed the main foods of the region of El-Oued is charged fluoride ions and exceed the maximum dose recommended for adults from 0.05 to 0.07 mg / kg / day.
RADIATIONLESS DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M.Mathi Surekha*, S.Arunodhayan The human body life starts depleting when its starts ageing but in recent scenario people are prone to different disease, the reason for these development of anonymous disease is the lack of awareness in the initial stage of its symptoms. Due to continuous functioning from the day of birth, the organs getting exhaust, this functioning can be regulated by properly lubricating the organs with its energy requirement. If any imbalance occurs in vital flow the active functioning of organs is slow down, this where the illness occurs. Hence, the vital imbalance detector is designed to sense this improper functioning of organs and finally evading people from killer diseases.
POLYPHARMACY INDUCED DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS AT TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL IN NORTH KARNATAKA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Ashok Kumar Malpani* and Riyaz Miya The objective of the study was to observe the occurrence of drug related problems due to polypharmacy. Materials and Methods: A prospective observational study was conducted using prescriptions prescribed at General medicine department. Results: A total of 60 prescriptions were involved in the study, out of which majority of the prescriptions were containing more than 06 drugs i.e. 48.33%. The result showed 65 drug-drug interactions among those moderate drugdrug interactions were at higher side (61.66%). Apart from severe drug-drug interactions (8.33%), the study also revealed the drug duplication (6.6%) and class duplication (1.6%). Conclusion: The study concluded that, though the prescription contains multimedications can be accepted as they are clinically appropriate and/or meet the need of the patient condition but monitoring or observation is required by the Clinical Pharmacist for the prevention of drug related problems.
Online Advertisement published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Manav Aggarwal Advertising is an important tool of marketing which helps the traders to attract their customers towards their products. The role of advertising in the new era of competition is also growing very rapidly. Online advertising is a new part of modern technology which modifies the role of advertising and marketing as well. With the increasing popularity of World Wide Web, the customer now feels free to search the information of their products through internet. Electronic commerce is also available in the market which brings the whole market at your personal computer with the help of internet. Online advertising is a key economic driver in the Internet economy which provides a wide variety of websites and services. The rapid growth of Internet and the incredible flow of information that the Internet has transformed the business of advertising. This paper explores the role of online advertisement in the new era of globalised market.
A Rare Case of Primary Pulmonary Hypertension with Cardiovocal Syndrome published in

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Dr. Putta Rajasekhar, Dr. Pothula Ramarao, Dr. Prathap Bingi, Dr. Chakra Pani Pulmonary hypertension, an abnormal elevation in pulmonary arterial pressure, may be the result of left heart failure, pulmonary parenchymal or vascular disease, thromboembolism or combination of these or an idiopathic one which will be termed as primary pulmonary hypertension. This is more common in females presenting mostly as exertional dyspnea. However hoarseness of voice is a rare presentation due to compression of left recurrent laryngeal nerve between the aorta and the dilated left pulmonary artery. Here we are presenting a case of 35 year old female with primary pulmonary hypertension and hoarseness of voice which is called the cardiovocal syndrome.
DURABILITY CONSIDERATIONS FOR DAM CONCRETE IN ACIDIC HYDRO ENVIRONMENT – A CASE STUDY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kachhal Prabhakar*, RP Pathak, N Sivakumar Concrete can be made which will perform satisfactorily when exposed to various atmospheric conditions, to most waters and soils containing chemicals etc. There are, however, certain aggressive conditions under which the useful life of even the best concrete will be short. Understanding these conditions permit measures to be taken to prevent or reduce deterioration. Peculiar problems like deterioration of concrete due to poor water quality, problem of leaching of lime in seepage galleries, high temperature of water springs inside head race tunnels, acidic hydro environment etc. have been encountered during the pre and post construction investigations at various projects. In addition, the concrete deterioration is directly influenced by various geographical, climatic and ecological conditions. In these conditions, the designing and construction pose challenges for making long term durable concrete. Water plays an important role as the chemical reactions between cement and water for setting and hardening of cement. The long term sustainability of these structures is largely dependent on hydroenvironment. Most of the regions in Assam State, Coal mines are wide spread. The autonomy gives freedom to the people to mine at their own will. Mining operations has led to extensive environment degradation and imparts acidic character in natural waters flowing around it. The present paper highlights the study of field and laboratory investigations of river Kopili and its tributaries and also discusses remedial measures for dam concrete for upcoming hydro power project in North East region of India.
Clinical Study of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Delivery published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Prabhakar gawandi, Dr Jadhav C A, Dr M A Shinde AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1) To study the incidence, the efficacy and safety of attempted vaginal birth after previous one cesarean section.2)To study the maternal and perinatal outcome in vaginal birth after previous one cesarean section. Method. All women with previous one cesarean section for non-recurrent indications admitted in labor room of our hospital during the period from November 2011 to August 2013 were studied. RESULT Out of 727 patients 67.26% delivered vaginally and 32.74% required repeat cesarean section due to various reasons. The rate of successful VBAC is significantly more in patients with H/O prior vaginal delivery. There was more no. of patients delivered vaginally when the previous indication was abnormal presentation Rate of cesarean section was more when the previous indication was failed induction Conclusion we concluded that trial of labor after one cesarean section should be undertaken in selected patients in well equipped hospitals. Vaginal delivery is much safer than repeat cesarean section.
Correlation and regression analysis for rhizome yield and component characters in tikhur (Curcuma angustifolia Roxb.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DEO SHANKAR*, S.S. RAO1, R.S. NETAM, D.P. SINGH AND S.C. MUKHERJEE An investigation was conducted to analyze the correlation and regression in tikhur for rhizome yield and component characters. The experiment was conducted during Kharif seasons 2010-11 and 2011-12 at S.G. College of Agriculture and Research Station (IGKV), Jagdalpur, Bastar (C.G.). The experiment was laid out in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with 20 genotypes of tikhur with 3 replications. The genotypes were grown randomly in each replication in a total of 60 plots of 3.0 m × 2.4 m each containing 60 plants per plot. Observations were recorded from ten randomly selected sample plants in each treatment and observed mean value used for statistical analysis. The results clearly indicated that the correlation co-efficients were influenced by environmental factors. However, some of the characters exhibited some extent of association and not much affected by environment. The improvement of total rhizome yield t/ha and weight of mother rhizome per plant can be possible by practicing individual selection for weight of primary finger rhizome per plant, number of primary finger rhizome per plant, harvest index and thickness of secondary finger rhizome per plant. Hence, these characters must be given importance for further improvement of their population
Side Population Cells in Human Adenomyotic Lesions Display Characteristics of Endometrial Stem Cells - Special Issue published in

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Zhu S1, Xiao L1, Huang W1*, Zhou M1, Zhang X1, Yang S1, Xu W2, Sun H2 Introduction: The precise etiology and physiopathology of ademyosis is still unknown. The aim of this research is to investigateif stem cells are found in adenomyosis and to characterize the role of adenomyotic lesion-derived side population (SP) cells in pathogenesis of adenomyosis. Methods: We recruited 31 women (range 37-48 years) treated by hysterectomy for adenomyosis. Adenomyotic samples were collected and The SP cells in the tissues were identified by flow cytometry. ATP-binding cassette transporter 2+ (ABCG2+ ) cells were isolated from human adenomyotic samples by magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS), further subjected to colony formation, induced differentiation in four conditions and mobility/invasion assay. The cell lines generated from ABCG2+ cells were analyzed by immunofluorescence, quantitative real-time PCR and western blot analysis. Results: The side population represents 1.59±0.48% of the total cell population in adenomyotic lesions. Cloning efficiency of the ABCG2+ cells was 11.27±1.74%. When co-cultured with endometrial cells, ABCG2+ cells differentiated into endometrium-like cells. Moreover, if 17?-estradiol was administrated to the co-culture system, a significantly higher efficiency of differentiation was detected (P<0.05). ABCG2+ cells in co-culture system displayed a higher efficiency of differentiation, compared to that in culture without feeder cells (p<005). The wound closure and transwell assays demonstrated that 17?-estradiol stimulates the migration/invasion of ABCG2+ cells in a dose-dependent manner, with a peak effect at a concentration of 10-8 M. Conclusions: The adenomyosis-derived ABCG2+ cells display stem cell-like properties and may be involved in the pathogenesis of adenomyosis.
Structural, Optical and Photoconductive Properties of Brush Plated Copper Gallium Selenide Films published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
N.P. Subiramaniyam 1, P. Thirunavukkarasu 2, K.R. Murali 3*. Copper Gallium selenide films were deposited for the first time by the brush electrodeposition technique. The films were deposited at different bath temperatures in the range of 30 - 80°C at a constant current density of 3.0 mA cm- 2. The films exhibited single phase Copper Gallium selenide. Optical band gap of the film deposited at 80°C was1.68 eV. Room temperature resistivity of the films were in the range of 0.1 - 14.0 ohm cm. Photoconductivity measurements were made at room temperature. Photocurrent Capacitance voltage measurements indicated the films to exhibit p -type behaviour. The flat band potential (Vfb) was 0.60V (SCE) and a carrier density in the range of 2.5 x 1017 cm-3 was obtained. A single Photoluminescence peak was observed at 1.64 eV.
Acid Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Di-2-Methoxy-4- Nitroaniline Phosphate published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Homeshwari Yadav, Prof. (Mrs.) S. A. Bhoite The hydrolysis of phosphate esters is one of the most fundamental chemical and biochemical reaction and their kinetic study deals all the significant aspects of chemical reactions including mechanism. In present investigation hydrolytic study of di-2-methoxy-4-nitroaniline phosphate has been carried out in 0.5-7.0 mol dm-3 HCl in 20% (v/v) dioxane-water medium at 70oC. The inorganic phosphate produced during hydrolysis has been determined spectrophotometrically using Allen’s modified method. The pseudo first order rate constants have been determined. The log rate profile shows rate maximum at 4.0 mol dm-3 HCl. The lowering of rate after 4.0 mol dm-3 HCl has been attributed to the effect of water activity. Ionic strength data is used to identify reactive species and find out theoretical rates. Bimolecular nature of the reaction has been decided by the Arrhenius, Bunnett & Bunnett-Olsen’s parameters and Zucker-Hammett hypothesis. The diester involves P-N bond fission, which is strengthened by comparative kinetic rate data. The probable reaction mechanism for the hydrolysis of diester via conjugate acid species has been suggested.
EVALUATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS AND GLYCATED HEMOGLOBIN IN TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Gagandeep, Dr. Sudha Jha*, Shailaza Shrestha and Rahul Rai Diabetes is a major worldwide health problem and is characterized by chronic hyperglycemia resulting from a variety of etiologies, environmental and genetic factors. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is associated with increased metabolic processes and oxidative stress. The trace elements are important co-factors in these events. Thus this study was conducted to compare serum levels of copper, magnesium and zinc between type 2 diabetic patients and normal controls. Our study included 50 type 2 diabetic patients and 25 healthy controls. Blood levels of fasting sugar, glycated hemoglobin, lipid profile and trace elements like copper, magnesium and zinc were estimated. The results were analysed by student’s t test and Pearson’s correlation coefficient using SPSS 16. Fasting sugar, lipids, glycated hemoglobin and copper were significantly elevated in diabetic patients as compared to healthy controls (p<0.05) whereas serum magnesium and zinc decreased significantly in diabetic patients (p<0.05). Glycated hemoglobin correlated positively with copper and negatively with magnesium and zinc. The correlations were statistically significant (p<0.05). However we could not find any significant correlation between serum trace lements and lipid profile. Our study shows the imbalance in levels of serum copper, magnesium and zinc among the type 2 DM patients. Impaired metabolism of these minerals may have a contributory role in the progression of DM and later development of complications.
Domestic Violence and Subjective Well Being Among The Women Professionals And House Wives published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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K.Selvi, Dr.K.Muralidharan Domestic Violence can be described as when one adult in a relationship misuses power to control another. It is the establishment of control and fear in a relationship through violence and other forms of abuse. The violence may involve physical abuse, sexual assault and threats. Sometimes it’s more subtle, like making someone feel worthless, not letting them have any money, or not allowing them to leave the home. Social isolation and emotional abuse can have long-lasting effects as well as physical violence. Many women in India are the victims of domestic abuse. Innumerable women who silently suffer assaults and abuses everyday inside every second home across the country can now perhaps look forward to a remedy that protects their vulnerable position. The phenomenon of domestic violence is widely prevalent but has remained largely unseen. The present study concludes that moderate level of domestic violence was found among both working professionals and house wives. The subjective well being was found to be moderate among the working professionals and high among the house wives. However, not much difference is noticed between these two categories of women with respect to domestic violence and subjective wellbeing.
Nanotechnology in Civil Enginering Present Scenario With Practical Application published in

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Somnath Ganguli, Vikas Julius Ganesh, P. Shenick Jain, Manoj Nallanathel, S. Needhidasan “Nanotechnology”, the term itself signifies very minute particles that is being combined with this era of technology giving us the ultimatum - NANOTECHNOLOGY. Thus, this is nanotechnology will help us control and conquer the smallest of the material, therefore, eliminating the limitations in the field of civil engineering helping to improve this difficulties and help nanotechnology make a great leap, especially in India. This paper describes an over view of the nanotechnology in the various fields of civil engineering along with the real time practical application. It gives a surface view of the types of nano materials along with its initiatives in India. Here, we get an in-depth of the real-time application of nanotechnology in building materials like concrete, carbon nanotube, steel, wood, coating, glass etc. Nanotechnology can also be used in the new emerging trend of green building, especially in India. The employment of nanotechnology in the areas of safety precautions like fire protection and thermal insulation are also mentioned. The impacts of nanotechnology on construction in the present scenario are also departed in the following
Assessing Secondary School Teacher’s Attitude Towards Continuous And Comprehensive Evalvation in Terms of Location of Institutions & Gender published in

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Dr. Reena Rani, Ms. Priya Dhingra School is an institution where talents are nurtured. Therefore it becomes very important to continuously revise and introduce such measures and schemes which will impact the mind, character and physical ability of the learner. Indian education is moving from summative to a continuous evaluation system. CCE is conceptualized as a way of reforming the traditional examination regime, particularly board examinations, in India which has gained quite notoriety owing to its prime focus on education selection and certification. This study is an attempt to find out teachers’ attitude about the scheme of continuous and comprehensive evaluation. The result of the study indicates that there is no significant difference between the attitude of urban and rural secondary school teachers towards continuous comprehensive evaluation. Thus urban and rural teachers have similar attitude towards CCE. The result also shows that there is no significant difference between male and female teacher’s attitude towards CCE. It means that both groups have same attitude towards CCE.
A Comparative Study to Evaluate the Quality of Life (QOL) of Diabetic Patients on Oral Hypoglycemic Agents and on Insulin Injections. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Effect of micronutrients on some biochemical constituents and yield of ginger published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. CHAKRAVARTY, S. GUCHAIT, 1J. K. HORE AND 2D. MUKHERJEE An investigation laid out in RBD design with five replications was carried out at Horticultural Research Station, Mondouri, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Nadia, West Bengal during the year 2007-2008 to find out the effect of micronutrients on some biochemical attributes vis-à-vis yield of ginger rhizome .The treatment consists of spray of zinc sulphate (0.5%), copper sulphate (0.5%) and ammonium molybdate (0.1%) along with control on 60 and 90 days after planting (DAP) and laid out in RBD with five replication. Rresults reveal that each of foliar micronutrient spray caused a significant increment of micronutrients while those for each zinc and copper sulphate; there was a significant rise of starch and ascorbic acid level over that of control in ginger rhizome. Whereas, spray of ammonium molybdate effectuated a significant enhancement in the level of soluble protein over that of control which was also significant in addition to total sugar and oleoresin for that of zinc sulphate. All in all, the foliar spray of zinc sulphate resulted in the highest generation of micronutrients and the impact of them was reflected though not significant yet in the highest yield besides a better biochemical environment in ginger rhizome.
A Study of Manpower And Infrastructure Facilities of Community Health Centres in Nellore District, A.P as Per Indian Public Health Standards. published in

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Dr. Vijayakrishnan G, Dr. Chandrasekhar V -
Strongyloides Stercoralis: A Parasitic Infection That Can Persist Decades after Original Exposure published in

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Rehman HU*, Kamrul R Strongyloidiasis is a unique parasitic infection, which can cause hyperinfection or disseminated disease in immune suppressed patient several years after exposure due to the ability of the parasite to reproduce within the host. Prevalence rates vary widely. Most patients are asymptomatic. The most common risk factors for complications are immunosuppression caused by corticosteroids and infection with human T- lymphotropic virus type 1 (HTLV1).Diagnosis can be established by identifying the larvae in the stool; usually more than one sample is needed. But preferred diagnostic modality is serology. Treatment options for uncomplicated disease include Ivermectin, and Albendazole. Avoiding contact with infected soil can prevent disease.
A Review on Artificial Neural Network for power system fault detection published in

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Falguni Patel,Prof.H.N.Prajapati This paper presents a review of many papers and various techniques of Transmission line Protection over a past decade. Electrical power transmission lines carry electrical power and hence, have been the important element of power system as the power continuity is concerned. Power continuity is a major concerned for any power system, hence discontinuity at any point of power system results into major economical loss. Artificial Neural Network is a soft computing method, which, once trained, can substitute conventional distance relays or numerical relays with an advantage that it adjusts itself with the changing network configurations. Due to characteristics of Artificial Neural Networks such as pattern recognition, generalization, fault tolerance, high speed parallel processing, it can detect, classify and locate the faults. The main objective of this project is to develop an integrated Artificial Neural Network based protection scheme, that can resolve the problems associated with conventional distance protection techniques. In this thesis, back propagation algorithm based Artificial Neural Network will be developed. For error minimization, Gradient Descent method will be used. The performance of ANN, then can be compared with the literatures available. The main aim of this paper is to put all studies together under single heading for comparison & better understanding of ANN
Removal of Methylene Blue Using Prepared Nano Titanium Dioxide (TiO2 ) Photocatalyst published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

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K. Balachandran 1*, Rajeshwari Sivaraj 2, R. Venckatesh 3, 4, 5. The technological and economic importance of photocatalysis has increased considerably over the past decade. Improvements and performance have been strongly correlated to advances in nanotechnology. The introduction of nano particulate photocatalysts has tremendously enhanced the catalytic efficiency of specific materials. Photocatalysis based on nano catalysts is a very promising method for the treatment of contaminated water. Nano sized anatase TiO2 particle was prepared by time consuming cost effective sol-gel method, the synthesized particles was examined and their characteristics were investigated. The average grain size of the nano particle is nearly 20nm. The UVVisible spectrum shows the absorbance of 356 nm which shows the band gap 3.7 eV. Photocatalytic activity of nano particle was evaluated by photo degradation of Methylene blue.
Patient Engagement Strategies-An Effective Glycemic Control in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, India published in

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Mrs.Abirami.P., Dr.A.Judie Gestational diabetes mellitus is one of the most common complications of pregnancy, and it is associated with significant maternal and fetal morbidityThe present study was designed to evaluate the effectiveness of patient engagement strategies on glycemic control in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus at Government hospital, Tambaram, Chennai, Tamilnadu, South India”.The tool for surveillance of clinical parameters of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus which includes Blood glucose level (Fasting and postprandial) which was estimated by GOD-POD methodwere used for datacollection.Independent t test was used to obtain P Value. P value of <0.05 were considered to indicate significant statistical difference.A repeated measures ANOVA was carried out to evaluate the effectiveness of patient engagement strategies on glycemic control in the study group and the control group.Statistically significant difference was found between study group and controlgroupin the post test which was done at 28th,32 and 36th week at p= 0.001*** in blood glucose level of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus.
ROLE OF ACUTE PHASE PROTEIN IN MASTITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Lakshmi R.*1 and Dr. Jacob Thanislass2 The acute phase response is a complex systemic early-defence system of reactions activated by trauma, infection, tissue damage, inflammation, stress or neoplasia. One of the most important elements of this response is the increased hepatic synthesis of some plasma proteins, collectively known as acute phase proteins. Acute-phase proteins (APPs) are serum molecules synthesized by many cell categories, especially hepatocytes. Usually, the structure of APPs and acute-phase responses are similar in all species, having universal character in animal kingdom. The concentration of APPs in blood plasma varies in response to infection or inflammation. In recent investigations, it was discovered that some APPs were secreted in bovine milk during clinical mastitis which can be used as a bio marker for early detection of mastitis. The objective of this review is to get an over view about APPs with its role in mastitis.
Hand Chondroma – A Case Report published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Pushkar A Deshpande Soft tissue chondromas are rare tumors. They are benign & slowly progressive in nature. It presents as a slowly growing mass, most commonly in the hands and feet. It should be differentiated from benign tumors like ganglion cyst, myositis ossificans, pseudomalignant osseous tumor etc. We report a case of hand chondroma at wrist dorsal aspect. 53 yrs male patient, farmer by occupation, presented with a painless hard mass over right wrist dorsal aspect which had grown slowly for 2 years. FNAC was inconclusive-ray shows no evidence of synovial connection. Excisional biopsy done revealed well encapsulated white hard tumor, microscopic examination confirmed presence of hyaline cartilage indicating extraskeletal soft tissue chondroma. 6 month follow up showed no evidence of recurrence.
Microwave-assisted synthesis of new aryliminothiazolylidene-2-thiazolidin-4-ones and their azarhodacyanines analogues published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Souad Kasmi-Mir*, Fatima-Zohra Zradni, Mustapha Rahmouni and Gilbert Kirsch We here report an efficient microwave-assisted protocol for the synthesis of new arylimino-thiazolylidene-2-thiazolidin-4-ones 6 and their azarhodacyanines derivatives 7 with quantitative yield from 2'-(methylthio)-4'-oxo-3H,4'H-[2,5-bithiazolylidene]-3'-ium tosylates 5 and 2-arylimino-5-(thiazol-2(3H)-ylidene) thiazolidin-4-ones 6, respectively, using as starting material the 4-thiazoline-2-thiones 1 and 3-methyl-2-thioxo-1,3-thiazolidin-4-one 3. The transformation of the tosylate salts 5 into their arylimino derivatives 6 has not been reported to date.
HIV Negative Parents With HIV Infected Child: a Case Report published in

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Dr. Nitya Vyas,Dr. Babita Sharma In children, majority of infection occurs through vertical transmission, before, during and after birth. Rarely horizontal transmission has been documented, by other unusual incidents as transfusion of contaminated blood products, sexual abuse and reuse of needles. Here we present a case: An 11-month-old HIV-positive infant with HIV-negative parents presented with fever, diarrhea and weight loss. The milestones of the baby were normal and he was vaccinated as per schedule. The baby was reported positive for HIV antibodies and further confirmed by DNA PCR. Parents were negative for HIV by antibodies and PCR.
SOME FIXED POINT RESULTS IN DISLOCATED QUASI METRIC (DQ - METRIC) SPACES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr C Vijender* The aim of this paper is to investigate some fixed point results in dislocated quasi metric (dq - metric) spaces. Fixed point results for different type s of contractive conditions are established, which generalize, modify and unify some existing fixed point theorems in the literature. Appropriate examples for the usability of the established results are also given. We notice that by using our results some fixed point results in the context of dislocated quasi metric spaces can be deduced.
IN VITRO AND IN VIVO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF SAPONIN EXTRACTED FROM THE ROOT OF GARCINIA KOLA (BITTER KOLA) ON ALLOXAN-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Alli Smith, Y. R*; Adanlawo, I.G At the present time, much attention is being paid to antioxidant substances because many pathological conditions are associated with oxidative stress. The antioxidant activities of saponin extracted from the root of Garcinia kola was investigated by in vitro and in vivo assays. The in vitro investigations includes the ability of the extract to scavenge free radicals such as 2, 2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH•), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and nitric oxide (NO), superoxide anion (O2.-), hydroxyl radical (•OH) and its ferric reducing power was also investigated. The effect of saponin from the root of bitter kola in reducing oxidative stress was evaluated in diabetic Wistar albino rat’s tissues. Diabetes was induced in rats by single intraperitonial injection of alloxan (150mg/kg body weight). Three days after alloxan induction, the hyperglycemic rats were treated with 200mg/kg of metformin, a standard antidiabetic drug and saponin from the root of Garcinia kola orally at the dose of 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg body weight daily for 7 days. The result of the in vitro assay showed that the extract scavenge these free radicals in a concentration dependent manner. The in vivo antioxidant assay results showed that saponin at different concentrations significantly decrease the MDA level compared to metformin and the control group (p < 0.05), the activities of antioxidant enzymes; Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and Catalase of albino rats given saponin increases compared with the control group. These in vitro and in vivo studies demonstrated that the saponin extract from the root of Garcinia kola have significant antioxidant and free radical scavenging activities. In other words, it could be potentially used as a rich source of natural antioxidant.
Recognition of Indian Sign Language using SVM classifier published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Padmanabh D. Deshpande | Sudhir S. Kanade Sign language is the medium of communication for the hearing impaired people. It uses gestures instead of sound to convey meaning. It combines hand-shapes, orientation and movement of the hands, arms or body, facial expressions and lip- patterns for conveying messages. Different types of project are done against deaf, mute, hard hearing people. A system with computer human interface is proposed for sign language recognition. But there is country wide variation available in that project. The main idea of this project is design a system which is useful for communication of that people with outside world in any public places, so that no need to interpreter in public places. In that project we need the isolated images in the form of database with Indian sign language of numeric sign. A regular camera is useful for acquiring this numeric sign. Principal Component Analysis (PCA) is used for preprocessing, in which the removal of redundant and unwanted data is done. Padmanabh D. Deshpande | Sudhir S. Kanade"Recognition of Indian Sign Language using SVM classifier" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11104.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/11104/recognition-of-indian-sign-language-using-svm-classifier/padmanabh-d-deshpande
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WEIGHT BASED OBJECT SORTING SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhinav Vashistha*1, Pankaj Chauhan2 & Vishal Raghav3 New high-speed technology and the advent of increasing computer capability provided real opportunities for new robot controls and new approaches to control principles. With the need of high-performance robots, this technological improvement has created faster, more accurate and more intelligent robots using new robot control devices, new drivers and advanced control algorithms. This project describes the new economic solution of robotic control systems. Automation has created a big publicity in electronics. The main reason for this promotion is to provide more benefits like automation, accuracy, energy conversation, reliability and more and more automated systems, no human attention is required. The demands of an automatic device design require one of the above requirements. The energy conversation in the present scenario is very important and should be done to the maximum extent where it is possible. The main purpose of this paper is to design an automated content management system. It synchronizes the movement of the robot box to select and uses the load cell on the conveyor belt to move the objects after sorting them based on their weight. Thus to eliminate the monotonous work done by the human, to achieve accuracy and speed in the work. To measure the weight of items placed on the conveyor belt, the system includes a load cell device
The Effect of Selenium on the Blood Radioimmunological Indexes Induced by High Dose of Fluorine published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Jiayong Zou, Xinying Lin, Jianchao Bian, Qiuli Zhu, Xiaoyan Zou Endemic fluorosis is prevalent in China, which can seriously impair the bones, teeth and cardiovascular system. The study was intended to explore antagonism of selenium (Se) on high dose fluorine (F) inducing plasma 6-Keto-prostaglandin F1a,Thromboxane B2 and Endothelin-1. Twenty male rabbits were randomly divided into 4 groups: High F group (NaF,100mg/L), Se group (Na2SeO3,1mg/L), High F + Se group (NaF,100mg/L; Na2SeO3,1mg/L) and Control group (without fluorine and selenium). The ear vein blood was collected for measurement of serum selenium and fluorine at the end of 0, 3rd and 6th months. At the end of 6th months, plasma 6-Keto-prostaglandinF1a (6-K-P), Thromboxane B2 (TXB2) and Endothelin-1 (ET-1) were detected. Serum fluorine was increased in high F group and serum Se was increased in Se group. Plasma 6-K-P was decreased, while the plasma TXB2 and ET-1 increased with the development of fluorosis. Compared with the high F group, the plasma 6-K-P was higher (p<0.01), whereas plasma TXB2 and ET-1 were lower (p<0.01) in high F + Se group. The interaction showed that there was a significant antagonistic action of Se on decreased 6-K-P and increased TXB2 induced by high dose fluorine. Our study showed that the Se may antagonize the adverse effects of high F.
EVALUATION OF DIURETIC POTENTIAL OF LEMON JUICE AND RECONSTITUTED LEMON DRINK published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sana Sarfaraz1*, Ghulam Sarwar2, Wajeeha Fatima3, Saima Ramzan3, Raana Amjad3, Ramsha Tareen3 and Soofia Irfan3. Purpose: Herbal Remedies have been used since ancient times because of their safety, cost efficacy, fewer adverse effects and easy availability. Herbal Remedies are again gaining their importance in field of medicine due to adverse effects and high cost of allopathic treatment. Citrus limon is also known as lemon and has been known traditionally for number of uses including its anti-oxidant properties, anxiolytic, antidepressant effect as well as diuretic potential. The study is designed to evaluate the diuretic potential of Lemon Juice (Natural) and reconstituted Lemon drink (from Powder packet) available in market so it can be incorporated as non-pharmacological treatment in hypertension and urinary diseases. Methodology: The study is carried out on albino mice weighing 18-25gm of either sex that were first familiarized with metabolic cage and then placed in it after dosing. Mice were divided into 3 groups (Standard given 1mg/kg Furosemide, Pure Lemon Juice 1ml/kg and Reconstituted Lemon Powder 100mg/kg). The dosing was done for 7 days. Result: From our study we observed mice which were given Furosemide (Standard) urinated the most, whereas pure lemon juice mice urinated moderately and mice which were given reconstituted lemon drink urinated insignificantly. Conclusion: Our study indicated pure lemon juice is mildly diuretic whereas reconstituted lemon drink result was insignificant so lemon juice can be incorporated in diet of hypertensive patient to cause diuresis naturally and lower the blood pressure. It can also be used in patient of urinary diseases to facilitate urination.
Preparation and Characterization of Mn Doped NiCuZn ferrite. published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
B. D. Ingalea, M. A. Barotea* The ferrite composition [Ni0.25-xMn.xCu.2Zn0.55] Fe2O4 with values x= 0.00, 0.05, 0.1 were synthesized by auto combustion method. XRD analysis of prepared ferrite powder shows the cubic spinal structure. The crystallite size of prepared ferrite is varied from 22.3 to 39.3 nm the resultant powder were calcined at 650 0C/2hr and the pressed ferrite were sintered at 950 0C/4hr the initial permeability, dc resistivity were measured with frequency range 100Hz to 5MHz. The permeability is found to be increase up to x=0.1 and dc resistivity was decreased with Mn Substitution. The very high permeability in the composition x=0.1 was due to better densification and lower magnitostriction constant. The lattice parameter are also slightly increases from x=0 to=0.1. The composition is better than the NiCuZn based material. It is useful for Multilayer chip inductor.
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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.
A REVIEW OF 2.4 GHZ LNA USING DIFFERENT TOPOLOGIES IN STANDARD CMOS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Saurabh Pargaien*, Ankur Singh Bist, Rudranshu Sharma, Anubhav Patrick This paper presents the literature review of various designs of LNA using different topologies. Designing very highperformance LNAs is an active research area and is of crucial importance for wireless technologies. CMOS LNA architectures can be divided into two major groups the common source and the common gate LNA. CS LNA output gate current noise increases with the increase in frequency. In CGLNA noise factor is nearly constant irrespective of the frequency of operation and bandwidth.
The Use Of Linear Programming In Audit Task Planning published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Süleyman UYAR, Esin YELGEN Abstract In audit firms, the auditing activities, operating periods and hourly rates of the auditors differ as regards to their status. Under normal circumstances, task planning in auditing is made by taking the professional judgment of a responsible auditor into account besides the qualitative characteristics of the auditors. However, it can also be made by means of a mathematical model assuming that auditors with the same title have similar characteristics. By this way, labor costs are minimized. In this context, the aim of this study is to make a task planning by assigning auditors to auditing activities through a linear programming model in a way to minimize the costs. Linear programming model is one of the methods used in solving optimization problems. The model which is set with various assumptions has been analysed through WINQSB packaged software called “Linear and Integer Programming”. As a result of the modelling study, the number of hours and the kind of auditing activity in which the auditors are supposed to carry out have been specified and thus the most optimum cost has been found out.
Factors influencing extent of surgery for Substernal Thyroid Goiters: Hemithyroidectomy versus total Thyroidectomy published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Anne C Kane*, Brian J Johnson, Michael DiLeo, Jeffrey Hotaling, Anna Pou, Daniel W Nuss and Rohan Walvekar Background: When compared to removal of cervical goiters, patients undergoing removal of substernal goiter have been found to have higher rates of complications, including recurrent laryngeal nerve injury, bleeding, and hypoparathyroidism. Previous literature has discussed hemithyroidectomy versus total thyroidectomy for cervical goiters showing that the less invasive procedure was a reasonable option with decreased morbidity overall. Methods: A retrospective chart review was performed at 2 tertiary academic medical centers. The search was performed using the CPT codes for substernal removal of thyroid 60270 and 60271. Results: 38 patients were identified between the years 2011-2017. Patients who underwent hemithyroidectomy in this study, had a trend toward older age, higher rate of medical co-morbidities and small size of non-dominant thyroid lobe. No patients who underwent hemithyroidectomy at this institution during this study period required completion thyroidectomy. Conclusion: Hemithyroidectomy is an acceptable treatment option for substernal goiters in appropriate cases.
Modern Fiber Optic Submarine Cable Telecommunication Systems Planning for Explosive Bandwidth Needs at Different Deployment Depths published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Ahmed Nabih Zaki Rashed The explosive bandwidth needs, especially in the inter data center market, have pushed transmission data rates to 100 Gbit/sec and beyond. Current terrestrial fibers are inadequate for long haul, high bandwidth deployments. To solve these problems a new fiber is introduced for terrestrial high bandwidth deployments: different polymeric core fibers with enlarged effective area with a significant optical signal to noise ratio improvement over other conventional terrestrial single mode fibers. To ensure the new fiber may be deployed robustly a new coating structure was employed. A rigorous cable structure was then chosen for evaluation. Based on experimental data, both the deep ocean water temperature and pressure are tailored as functions of the water depth. As well as the product of the transmitted bit rate and the repeater spacing is processed over wide ranges of the affecting parameters. It is taken into account the estimation of the total cost of the submarine fiber cable system for transmission technique under considerations. The system capacity as well as the spectral losses, and the dispersion effects are parametrically investigated over wide range ranges of the set of affecting parameters {wavelength, ocean depth (and consequently the ocean pressure and temperature), and the chemical structure}.
A New method for ISE construction for methyl orange dyes and using for indirect determination of Amitriptyline Hydrochloried drug published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Suham T. Ameen* Ali I. Khalil** Asmaa A. Mohammed*** A new method for construction ion-selective electrode (ISE) by heating reaction of methyl orange with ammonium reineckate using PVC as plasticizer for determination methyl orange and determination Amitriptyline Hydrochloried drug by formation ion-pair on electrode surface . The characteristics of the electrode and it response as following : internal solution 10-4M , pH (2.5-5) ,temperature (20-30) and response time 2 sec. Calibration response for methyl orange over the concentration range 10-3 -10-9 M with R=0.9989 , RSD%=0.1052, D.O.L=0.315X10-9 M Ere%=(-0.877- -2.76) , Rec%.=(97.230 -101.711) .
Role of Human Development Factors in The Financial Inclusion of Fisher Households published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
John Edward D Rsquo Silva, Dr K G Raja A country’s economic development is usually indicated by an increase in citizens’ quality of life. ‘Quality of life’ is often measured using the Human Development Index, which considers intrinsic personal factors such as literacy rates, life expectancy and poverty rates. Financial inclusion is delivery of banking services at an affordable cost to the vast sections of disadvantaged and low income groups.Without an inclusive financial system, poor individuals and small enterprises have to rely on their own limited savings and earnings to invest in their economic and educational activities and to take the advantage of growth opportunities. In this direction this paper is an attempt to consolidate the data on the role of Human Development Factors in financial inclusion and economic development of fisher households.
Randomized Controlled Trial on the Efficacy of Bladder Training Before Removing Indwelling Urinary Catheter in Patients With Acute Urinary Retention published in

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Dr. Brijesh Kumar Agarwal, Dr. Namita Agarwal The aim of this study was to find out the efficacy of bladder training before removing the indwelling urinary catheter in patients with acute urinary retention(AUR) due to benign prostatic hyperplasia(BPH). In total , 210 patients were included in this prospective randomized control study. All the patients had their first episode of spontaneous acute urinary retention. They were randomly given either alfa blockers with bladder training or only alfa blockers with no bladder training for seven days and a trial without catheter (TWOC) was performed. Data on patients baseline demographics, TWOC success rate and complications were collected and statistically analysed. The two groups of spontaneous AUR patients with BPH were given alfa blockers combined with bladder training before catheter removal( n=105) or alfa blockers alone(n=105) for seven days. All patients underwent TWOC with an overall success rate of 60.95%. TWOC was success full in 62.1% of cases in treatment group and 59.8% was in control group. There was no statistically significant difference in TWOC success rate between two groups(p value> .05). This study has proved that there is no advantage of bladder training with alfa blocker in patient of AUR due to BPH on success rate of TWOC as compared to patients in whom no bladder training was given.
Quality improvement of wool fabric using neem extract published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SANTOSH HOODA, KRISHNA KHAMBRAAND NIRMALYADAV Herbal antimicrobial finish has been imparted to the wool fabric using methanolic neem extract by exhaust method. Finish was applied in tw/13o concentrations (3g/l and 5g/l) on grey as well as enzymatically scoured wool fabric and compared. The antimicrobial activity of the finish was accessed by quantitatively by AATCC-100 test method in terms of bacterial reduction. Effectiveness of finish was also accessed after washing the samples, using standard ISO: 6330-1984E with pre-determined number of washing cycles. Fabric strength and bending length was assessed using standard test method. It was observed that neem has been found effective against bacterial growth on wool fabric even after 20 washing cycles. neem treated scoured wool fabric showed very good antimicrobial activity than neem treated grey wool fabric. Tensile strength of treated sample was found to be lower than that of the untreated one. Fabric became stiffer after neem application and stiffness increased with increase in treatment concentration.
ESTADO DE PORTADORES DE BORDETELLA PERTUSSIS EN ADOLESCENTES DE 12 A 19 AÑOS EN EL DEPARTAMENTO DEL TOLIMA, COLOMBIA, 2007 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Lina Sofía Morón Duarte, Jaime Moreno** Martha Gracia*** María Elena Realpe** Gilma Lucia Peña Daza**** Antecedents: studies have revealed that Bordetella Pertussis is present in a significant number of adolescents and adults, thus confirming its agency in the development of the syndrome in up to 30% of the cases examined. This may in turn play an important role in the transmission of the disease to breast fed children. To determine the nature of the bacteria B. Pertussis in adolescents carriers, residents of Tolima and to evaluate the efficacy of the polymerase (PCR) chain reaction strategy as a diagnostic medium on the carrier. Methods: a field study conducted on a cross section of the population in which 400 youths between the ages of 12 and 19 were selected by means of random testing. Nasopharyngeal samples were collected and treated with live cultive techniques: direct immunofluorescence (IFD) with polyclonal antibodies on the one hand, and polymerase (PCR) IS4801-IS4802 chain reaction methods on the other. Treatment was undertaken in the National Institute for Health. Results: 400 samples were treated with negative cultures: 34 (8.5%) tested positive with IFD and 132(33%) with PCR. Both techniques were positive 29(17%) and 263(66%) negative with IFD and PCR. Of the total samples taken 34.25% (137/400) were positive. The sensitivity of PCR in relation to IFD was 85.3% (IC:95%, 15,4- 30.2) and in relation to VPN was 98.1% (IC:95%, 95.5-99.3). Conclusions: carriers of the strain tested with IFD and PCR are shown to be healthy, nevertheless the live bacteria remains the prototype of the illness and for this reason the study is inconclusive in its findings. A process of continual assessment into the condition of the B.Pertussis carriers is necessary in order to ascertain whether, amongst those diagnosed by live cultures, there are not those who are asymptomatic carriers.
MUTUAL FUND INDUSTRY IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ACADEMIC RESEARCH IN SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

Published by A S PUBLISHERS
Asheesh Pandey *, Madan Singh In today’s volatile market environment, mutual funds are looked upon as a transparent and low cost investment vehicle, which attracts a fair share of investor attention leading to growth of the industry. The Establishment of Mutual Funds came into existence in India in the year 1963, when the government of India introduced Unit trust of India, however, with time the structure has completely changed. In this paper we are studying the current mutual fund scenario, providing an analysis of Global Mutual Fund Industry and the key issues faced by Indian mutual fund industry
EFFECT OF GRAM NEGATIVE BACTERIA INFECTION ON RENAL AND LIVER FUNCTION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajeswari S1, Tasneem Banu2, Anila Mathan3 and Swaminathan S4* In a tropical country like India, particularly in Tamilnadu, infection by gram negative bacteria is quite common and the four commonly infecting gram negative bacterias are Klebsiella, Pseudomonas, Enterobacter and Escherichia coli. Numerous studies done previously have indicated that infections by gram negative bacteria affects all vital organs, particularly liver and kidney. The aim of this study was to find out the effect of gram negative bacteria on renal and liver functions. This study was carried out with a reasonable number of patients (total 67) involving both sexes in each type of infection. Our aim was to find out the effect of infection by gram negative bacteria on renal and liver functions. It has been shown that both the organs are affected during such infections as per alterations observed in the biochemical analytes associated with the organs. While Klebsiella, Ecoli and Enterobacter affect both liver and renal functions, Pseudomonas affect only liver functions as per statistical analysis presented in this paper.
PERCEPTUAL ASSESSMENT OF HIGH SCHOOL GARDENS BY YOUTH published in

Journal of the International Scientific Researches

Published by Dr. Hayrullah Kahya
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Tuğba DÜZENLİ, Araş. Gör. Elif Merve ALPAK, Sinem KIZILASLAN
Analytical Investigation of Rake Contact and Friction Behaviour in Metal Cutting published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. A. Harika | Mr. K. Viswanath The friction due to the contact between the work piece and the tool is one of the key subjects in machining research. It is well known that cutting involves three deformation zones. The primary shear zone, i.e. the shear plane, is responsible for the chip formation whereas in the secondary shear zone on the rake face the work piece and tool are in a complex state of contact. The third region, on the other hand is responsible for the ploughing and flank contact. Although there are numerous models proposed involving, analytical, semi¬ analytical, and numerical (mostly FEM) based methods, two important inputs for these models are the material model parameters and the friction coefficient between the tool and the work piece material. By considering literature surveys, the friction behavior in metal cutting operations is analyzed using a thermo mechanical cutting process model that represents the contact on the rake face by sticking and sliding regions. The relationship between the sliding and the overall, i.e. apparent, friction coefficients are analyzed quantitatively. The sliding friction coefficient is identified for different work piece"“tool couples using cutting tests. In addition, the effect of the total, sticking and sliding contact lengths on the cutting mechanics is investigated. The effects of cutting conditions on the friction coefficients and contact lengths are analyzed. The cutting tool materials are Uncoated Carbide and Coated Carbide tools, and the Work piece material is aluminum which is being machined at cutting speed ranging from 600 mmin to 1200 mmin with a depth of cut 2mm.By considering the experimental results for the analysis of Rake Angle and friction behavior in metal cutting (Turning), the parameters are optimized by using the Taguchi method. For this an appropriate orthogonal array has been selected as per number of factors and their levels to perform minimum experimentations and Minitab software "“ test is performed to check the significance. Ms. A. Harika | Mr. K. Viswanath"Analytical Investigation of Rake Contact and Friction Behaviour in Metal Cutting" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18308.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/18308/analytical-investigation-of-rake-contact-and-friction-behaviour-in-metal-cutting/ms-a-harika
OPTIMIZATIONOF DYNAMIC COLLABORATION STRUCTURES IN OBJECT-ORIENTED IT GOVERNANCE USING SWARM INTELLIGENCE published in

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Dr.Carsten Mueller The main goal of Class Responsibility Assignment is to find the optimal assignment of responsibilities (presented in terms of methods and attributes) to classes with regards to dynamic aspects of coupling and cohesion. Ant Colony Optimization supported by an intelligent parameter recommender is successfully applied to solve this optimization problem with the focus on object-oriented IT Governance architecture
Transatlantik ?li?kiler Ba?lam?nda “Küresel Ortaklar” ve “Ak?ll? Savunma” published in

ADAM Academy Journal of Social Sciences

Published by Ankara Dusunce ve Arastirma Merkezi
Arif Ba?ba?l?o?lu Bu makalenin amac? NATO bünyesinde hayat bulan ve ?ttifak’?n gelece?i tart??malar? aç?s?ndan da anlam ta??yan “küresel ortaklar” ve “ak?ll? savunma” söylemlerini Transatlantik ili?kiler ba?lam?nda ele almakt?r. Bu kavramlar?n olu?turulmas?nda etkili olan politika ve süreçler de bu kapsamda aç?klanacakt?r. Çal??mada bu kavramlar?n üretim süreçlerinin benzer sebeplerden etkilendi?i, amaçlar?n?n ise son kertede ayn? oldu?u iddia edilmekte ve ?ttifak içerisinde Transatlantik ili?kilerin bir ayr??madan ziyade bir de?i?im süreci içerisinde oldu?unun kan?tlar? olarak yorumlanmalar? gerekti?i vurgulanmaktad?r. Anahtar Kelimeler: NATO’nun Ortakl?k Politikas?, Küresel Ortaklar, Ak?ll? Savunma, Transatlantik ?li?kiler
Data Storing in Multitenant Clouds using Split and Merge Method published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aswini. S | Prasanna. S Resource Accounting of Shared IT Resources is a technique that distributes the excess dynamic local workload evenly across all the nodes. It is used for achieving a better service provisioning and resource utilization ratio, hence improving the overall performance of the system Incoming tasks are coming from different location are received by the load balancer and then distributed to the data center, for the proper load distribution. Also accounting of the shared resources is very important to process the new requests. Hence in this project, we have designed and implemented the resource accounting technique, called Rameter. Rameter consists of 2 parts : 1. Keeps track of the distributed requests. 2. Keeps an account of the resource usage. Also integrated Linear Regression (LR) to monitor the accountability of the CPU usage. For experimental results, we are implementing Apache server as the accounting load balancer to keep track of the virtual machine status. Tomcat server is installed in virtual machine to obtain the job status.For data secure repository or data recovery in cloud storage we proposed muti-cloud architecture, where the user data is split into 2 parts and both files are encrypted and stored in Cloud 1 and Cloud 2. During the request our technique will merge the 2 parts and provide the response to the requested user. For Cloud storage we are invoking public clouds namely Dropbox and CloudMe. Aswini. S | Prasanna. S"Data Storing in Multitenant Clouds using Split and Merge Method" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9609.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/9609/data-storing-in-multitenant-clouds-using-split-and-merge-method/aswini-s
Analysis on Emerging Trends and Challenges in Smart Grid Automation Technology from Generation to Distribution published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
P Balakrishna, K Rajagopal and K S Swarup. Power System or Grid is defined as the collection of group of devices, components that make a physical system to generate, transmit and distribute electricity to the end users. Complexity of power system has grown tremendously in the last few decades, facing new challenges during its operation. In order to meet some of these challenges there is a definite need of automation which helps in automatically operating & controlling the power system under various circumstances. The new era of smart grid in the 21st century has made automation really a need to operate grid under the dynamics of rapid load changes, makingthe system more time sensitive towards faults and failure modes. Automation being one of the critical components in realizing smart grid, this paper tries to present an overview of grid automationtechnology trendfrom generation to distribution over the past few years andfuture opportunities& challenges.
Comparision Between Bethesda System and Conventional System in Thyroid Cytopathology published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Deepak Joshi, Dr. N. S. Jesalpura Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is widely used for the diagnosis of thyroid lesions. Bethesda system for reporting thyroid cytopathology (BSRTC) was introduced to streamline the reporting of thyroid aspirates. We aimed to evaluate the disease spectrum of thyroid cytopathology and correlation of BSRTC with the conventional cytopathology method and final histopathology. A Total of 110 patients who presented with thyroid swelling were evaluated by Bethesda and conventional cytopathology methods, histopathological examination and statistical analysis was done. The Bethesda method was found to be more superior. Sensitivity of Bethesda system was significantly high (95%) as compared to conventional system (75%). Specificity of Bethesda system was also significantly high (78.9%) as compared to conventional system (74.4%).
A Study on Efficacy of CLOZAPINE in Treatment Resistant Schizophrenia published in

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Dr. Aamani M, Dr. Kalyan Kandra, Dr. R. Somasundara Babu AIMS AND OBJECTIVES : To study the efficacy of CLOZAPINE in Treatment Resistant Schizophrenia.To evaluate the association of schizophrenia with socio demographic characteristics and adverse effects during the course of treatment with Clozapine. MATERIAL & METHODOLOGY : A short term, cross sectional, prospective & non comparative study was conducted among inpatients from Department of Psychiatry in Alluri Sita Rama Raju Academy of Medical Sciences, Eluru for a duration of 8 weeks. RESULTS : • The mean positive symptom score showed a gradual improvement from 17 to 7 by the end of 8weeks which was found to be statistically significant (t=18.698, p<0.01). • The mean negative symptom score showed a gradual improvement from 24 to 10 by the end of 8 weeks which was found to be statistically significant (t=18.880, p<0.01). • The mean general psychopathology score showed a gradual improvement from 23 to 9 by the end of 8 weeks which was found to be statistically significant (t=25.225, p<0.01). Common mild adverse effects were encountered but none of the patients treated with Clozapine developed Extra pyramidal symptoms, Agranulocytosis , Seizures & Myocarditis CONCLUSION : Our study concluded that Clozapine is beneficial, relatively well tolerated and the ideal drug for Treatment Resistant Schizophrenia. However, attention should be paid to patients’ adverse events and precautions against Agranulocytosis should be taken.
A REVIEW ON EXTENDED RELEASE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM AND MULTIPARTICULATE SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mr. Samir J. Shah1*, Dr. Paresh B. Shah1 Dr. Mukesh S. Patel2, Dr. Mukesh R. Patel2 Recently, extended release pharmaceutical products became a very useful tool in medical practice, offering a wide range of actual and perceived advantages to the patients. Oral drug delivery is the most preferred route for the various drug molecules among all other routes of drug delivery, because ease of administration which lead to better patient compliance. So, oral extended release drug delivery system becomes a very promising approach for those drugs that are given orally but having the shorter half-life and high dosing frequency. Extended release is also providing promising way to decrease the side effect of drug by preventing the fluctuation of the therapeutic concentration of the drug in the body. Oral extended release drug delivery medication will continue to account for the largest share of drug delivery systems. The extended release product will optimize therapeutic effect and safety of a drug at the same time improving the patient convenience and compliance. Recent trends indicate that multiparticulate drug delivery systems are especially suitable for achieving extended release oral formulations with low risk of dose dumping, flexibility of blending to attain different release patterns as well as reproducible and short gastric residence time. The release of drug from pellets depends on a variety of factors including the carrier used to form pellets and the amount of drug contained in them. Consequently, pellets provide tremendous opportunities for designing new controlled and extended release oral formulations, thus extending the frontier of future pharmaceutical development.
Guidance Needs Disparity in School and College Adolescent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Shakuntla Punia, Santosh Sangwan Guidance is a process of assisting the individual in developing body, mind, personality and character and also to help him in making maximum educational, vocational and personal or psychological adjustments. It is felt that there is a need to understand the minds of these young people, to analyze the dynamics of their behavior, to help them to grapple with their ever changing life styles so that a correct appreciation of their potential, promise and problem could be made. For the present study Hisar city of Haryana state was purposively selected. I.C.College of Home Science (COHS) and College of Agriculture (COA) from CCS HAU Hisar were purposively selected. Out of the total adolescents admitted in first year 25 each from both the colleges were randomly selected. Two Govt. Schools, one each admitting males, Govt. Senior Secondary School (GSSS) and females, Govt. Girls Senior Secondary School (GGSSS) were randomly selected, further randomly selecting 25 students, each from both the selected schools. The total sample for the present investigation was 100 adolescents. Guidance Needs Inventory, developed by Grewal (1982) was used to identify the type and intensity of guidance needs. Z test was used to see the differences against institutions. The data indicated that the adolescents from two institutes differed significantly from each other in physical, social, psychological and total guidance need, whereas, no differences were found in educational and vocational guidance needs. Mean comparison revealed that school adolescents had higher need on the entire aspects i.e. physical, social, psychological, educational vocational and total guidance against college adolescent.
ON THE TEMPERATURE IN A NON - HOMOGENEOUS BAR IN ASSOCIATION WITH H - - FUNCTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Yashwant Singh*, Harmendra Kumar Mandia We employ the H - function to obtain the formal solution of the partial differential equation: 2 (1 ) vv u t u u            Related to a problem of heat conduction by making use of the integral and orthogonality property of Jacobi polynomials. The re sult generalizes a number of known particular cases on specialization of the parameters. (2000 Mathematics subject classification: 33c99)
BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF 3-ARYLIDENE-5(4-SUBSTITUTED PHENYL)-2(3H)-PYRROLONES published in

International Educational Scientific Research Journal

Published by International Educational Scientific Research Journal
Asif Husain A series of 3-arylidene-5(4-substituted phenyl)-2(3H)-pyrrolones have been evaluated for their in vitro anthelmintic activity against two species of earthworms i.e. Pheretima posthuma and Perionyx excavatus. The anthelmintic activity of seven pyrrolones (1-7) was determined by recording the mean paralyzing and death times of the worms at concentration of 2mg/mL. The screened compounds showed appreciable anthelmintic activities against both types of worms.
Production and evaluation of secondary metabolites of Trichoderma harzianum against Alternaria solani published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ravi Singh, Rakshita, Richa Khare*, JayaPandey, Monika and Smriti Khare Metabolites are organic compounds that are used in, or created by, the chemical reactions happening in every cell of living organisms.In this we are studying about the production of secondsary metabolites of Trichoderma harzianum against Alternaria solani at 27oC and different time intervals.
SYNTHESIS AND IN-VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL SCREENING OF SOME NOVEL 6-ACETYL-3-[3-CHLORO-2-(SUBSTITUTED)-4- OXOAZETIDIN-1-YL]-2,5-DIPHENYL-2,3-DIHYDROPYRIDAZINE-4- CARBONITRILE DERIVATIVES. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Riddhi Madhu*1, N.M.Maheta1 and T.Y.Pasha2 6-acetyl-3-[3-chloro-2-(substituted)-4-oxoazetidin-1-yl]-2,5-diphenyl- 2,3-dihydropyridazine-4-carbonitrile derivatives 4 a-e were synthesized by the cyclization of Schiff bases 3a–e with Chloroacetyl chloride and triethylamine in presence of dioxan. Schiff bases 3a–e were synthesized by the condensation of 6-acetyl-3-amino-2,5- diphenyl-2,5-dihydropyridazine-4-carbonitrile 2 with various substituted aromatic aldehydes in dry methanol using catalytic amount of zinc chloride. 6-acetyl-3-amino-2,5-diphenyl-2,5- dihydropyridazine-4-carbonitrile 2 were in turn synthesized by the fusion of Oxopropanal-1-phenylhydrazone 1 with benzylidenemalonitrile. The starting materials 1 were synthesized by fusion of Ethyl acetoacetate with aryldiazonium chloride in presence of KOAc. Newly synthesized compounds were characterized by IR, 1H NMR, mass spectra and elemental analyses. Furthermore, all the newly synthesized compounds have been screened for their invitro antimicrobial activities against S. aureus, B. subtilis, E. coli, P. aeruginosa, A. niger and C. albicans. All the compounds showed weak to good activity against all tested microorganisms.
The Use of E-Commerce Platforms for the Identification of Supply Chain Partners in Foreign Markets: A Survey of Emerging Market Manufacturers published in

Proceedings of the 2017 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

Published by Lingnan University
Ge Zhan Relatively little is known about the use of B2B e-commerce platforms for partner identification. By drawing from organizational learning theory, this study explains the adoption of B2B e-commerce platforms in comparison with traditional platforms – trade fairs. Hypotheses are tested using cross-level data pertaining to 410 foreign partner searches made by 180 Chinese suppliers in textiles industry. The results reveal that compared with trade fairs, e-commerce platforms are less costly and preferred by light exporters located in coastal areas where managers are more open to the adoption of e-commerce, but the learning opportunities are relatively limited.
Helping hand of biotechnology in conservation of medicinally important plant (Asparagus racemosus) published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
H.M. SHERATHIY, R.V. KOTHIYA, B.J. MALVIYA AND P.V. SORATHIYA Increase in human population, urbanization, cutting trees and use of plants for pharmaceutical purpose leads to destruction of medicinal plant. Not only destruction but some of the species become threaten for their existence. One of them is Asparagus racemosus whose roots and its extracts widely used for the preparation of medicines by the pharmaceutical companies. That’s why, conservation efforts have been required which can be achieved with the help of various plant biotechnological techniques such as suspension culture. Not only for the conservation, it provides an alternative way of producing large amount of active compound directly in to the laboratory. For the establishment of suspension culture techniques a prime requirement is to have a standardize protocol for callus culture. This paper represents optimization of protocol for callus culture and suspension culture from Asparagus racemosus. It has been proved that the plant hormones play vital role for callus induction. In this work MS Medium with different combination of auxin (NAA, 2, 4 D) and cytokinines (BAP, Zeatin, Kinetin) have been tried for callus induction. The best friable callus induction, highest callus induction rate and excellent callus growth were obtained in MS medium supplemented with 1.0mg/L ZEATIN + 0.1mg/L BAP. Same medium was then utilized for the establishment of suspension culture. In cell suspension culture of A. racemosus, the maximum growth (7.7 g/l) were observed in suspension culture initiated from leaf explant and the highest saponin production (0.580 mg/g) were obtained from the biomass of suspension culture initiated from root explant at 18 days after culture.
Specific Learning Disabilities in India: Rights, Issues and Challenges published in

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Kamala. R Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced’. James Baldwin Persons with Specific Learning Disability (SpLD) still struggle to get their full rights and provisions in India. SpLD is a hidden disability; it is a disorder or a retardation of development affecting specific academic area, such as reading, spelling, arithmetic, and writing as well as delays in language in general. Specific Learning Disability is not visible as other disabilities such as visually impaired, hearing impaired and mentally challenged. In India, it is estimated that approximately Specific Learning Disability (SpLD) affects almost 5-15% of school going children but there is a lack of awareness about specific learning disability among the teachers, parent’s community and general public. Due to these reasons, they label the specific learning disabled students as lazy, not attentive in class, dull, etc,. In the developed countries like United States of America and Britain, already they have included specific learning disability category in the disability law. As in the case of India, Persons with Disability Act (PWD) is considered as one of the corner stone in the disability act but the specific learning disability category is not included in the Act. The recent Bill (Rights of the Persons with Disability Bill 2014) has included SpLD and recognized as a disability. Still the Bill is not yet passed. So far the rights of the specific learning disability students are hidden and forgotten by the Indian government like their disability. The teachers, parents community and the students should be properly educated about the rights of the learning disability students. This paper is an attempt to explain the rights, issues and problems of the specific learning disability students in India.
The Pattern of Distribution of Inferior Mesenteric Artery – A Cadaveric Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rekha Mane, Dr. Charushila D. Shinde The arterial supply of the abdomen is unique for each individual. The conventional description and illustration of the arterial blood supply to the intestinal tract are too incomplete which may mislead the surgeons in the intestinal surgery. Surgical procedure for diseases of colon is one of the most common operative procedures performed by the surgeons. The blood supply to the intestinal tract is mainly from the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) & inferior mesenteric artery (IMA), Branches from abdominal aorta. Variations in branching pattern of arteries are common. These variations are usually due to the changes occurring during the development of vessels. The knowledge of the anatomy of colonic mesenteric arteries & it’s distribution is necessary to accomplish successful uncomplicated abdominal operations, especially laparoscopic colonic resections in which the mesenteric vessels can't be palpated. We studied the pattern of distribution of the Inferior mesenteric artery (IMA) & it’s branches in formalin preserved 50 cadavers at the department of Anatomy, MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India. .This study was conducted to enlighten our knowledge about colonic blood supply.
ELABORATION AND DIELECTRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF A DOPED FERROELECTRIC MATERIAL TYPE PZT published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
M. Abba, Z. Necira, A. Abdessalem, A. Meklid, H. Menasra, A. Boutarfaia The main objective of this work is based on the synthesis and dielectric characterization of a new material in ceramic PZT with a perovskite structure ABO3. We are interested to study the Quaternary system (doping in site A and site B) of general formula: Pb0.96Ba0.02Ca0.02[(Zr0.52Ti0.48)0.94(Zn1/3Ta2/3)0.03(In1/3Sb2/3)0.03]O3 short PZT-PBC-ZTIS. The sample selected for this study was prepared by the method of synthesis with solid way. Heat treatment was applied to these compositions at different temperatures: 1100, 1150,1180 and 1200 ?C successively to optimize the sintering temperature optimal where the density of the sample is maximum (near theoretical density) and therefore the product has better physical quality. The study of dielectric properties of all samples showed a high permittivity dielectric ?r = 18018, low dielectric loss: tg? = 7.62%, for the composition sintered to 1180 ? C included in the phase morphotropique zone (FMP).
To Measure Short Term Financial Strength of Selected Steel Companies in India Based on Liquidity Ratio published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mr. Ankit D. Patel Liquidity is a pre-requisite for the very survival of a business unit. Liquidity represents the ability to business concern to meet short term obligations when they fall due for payment. In this study Analysis of variance (ANOVA) carried out for liquidity ratios for the selected steel company in India for the period of 2009-10 to 2013-2014. In these, liquidity ratios include Current Ratio, Acid test ratio or Quick Ratio and Absolute Liquidity Ratio. The statistical tool ANOVA is used to test the hypothesis regarding Liquidity ratios which are based on a sample of five selected companies in steel industry. From the analysis concluded there is significant difference in all Liquidity Ratios of five selected steel Companies.
Simulation and Experimental Verifi cation of Alternating Current Electric Arc Furnace with Static VAr Compensator published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Janak J Patel, Hitesh R Jariwala, and Ankur Vashi Non-linear and erratic loads like an alternating current electric arc furnace with almost instantaneous fl uctuations with its active and reactive power requirements, leads to power quality issues such as poor power factor, harmonic generation etc. We propose to simulate such unique load and prepare its simulation for active and reactive power requirements. Static var compensator is perfect solution for eliminating the above mentioned threats to power quality. SVC behaves like shunt connected variable impedance, which can either generate or absorbs reactive power. [2] Through this review we also present simulation of SVC with AC EAF and prove that all reactive power required by AC EAF during its operation at various power stages is supplied by the SVC only and net reactive power drawn/supplied from system is almost zero in line with actual fi eld practice.
SEMI-ACTIVE SUSPENSION SYSTEM DESIGN FOR QUARTER CAR MODEL AND ITS ANALYSIS WITH PASSIVE SUSPENSION MODEL published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Vinayak S. Dixit*, Sachin C. Borse The three main objectives that a suspension system of an automobile must satisfy are ride comfort, vehicle handling and suspension working space. Ride comfort is directly related to the vehicle acceleration experienced by the driver and the passengers. Lesser vertical acceleration, higher is the level of comfort. The aim of the Project was to design and analyze the semi active suspension system models using skyhook, ground hook and hybrid control for quarter car. The project work includes modeling of semi-active suspension system in MATLAB simulink, using 2 degree of freedom quarter car model. The skyhook on-off, ground hook and hybrid control strategies were designed using control laws stated in literatures. Simulated results have been compared with passive system for time response analysis of body vertical displacement and vertical displacement of quarter car. Simulation was carried out for various road conditions such as random road excitation, road bump excitation, step input etc. The simulated results for quarter car model are shows similar trends and within range when compared with reference research paper.
Effect of Abrasive types on the Three-body Abrasive Wear Behaviour of Glass-Vinyl ester and Carbon-Vinyl ester Composites published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
B. Suresha, P. Sampathkumaran, S. Seetharamu and Kishore Woven fabric reinforced polymer composites are attracting the attention of material scientists in recent years in view of enhancement in physical and mechanical properties as well as ease in processing. Though woven fabric type and lay out of composite is known to control the properties, the information on the tribo-performance of the woven fabric reinforced vinyl ester composites in the literature is scanty. Hence, the present investigation focuses on the vinyl ester based composite reinforced with glass fi bers in one case and carbon fi bers in the other case. They were made by vacuum assisted resin transfer moulding process. Further, the samples were characterized for three-body abrasive wear behaviour using dry sand rubber wheel abrasion tester with two different abrasives (silica sand and quartz). The wear data revealed that the C-V composite showed lower abrasion loss compared to G-V composite. The scanning electron microscopic pictures depicting the worn surface features supported the wear data.
Creating a Sustainable Future for Inclusive Growth: Conceptual and Operational Issues published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr. SIDDHARTH C. THAKER Associate Professor HOD Economics Department Shree Sahajanand Arts & Commerce College Gujarat. Ahmedabad. Abstract Limits to growth and Limitless growth are two opposing paradigms. Earth summit 1992 has synthesized these two opposing paradigms through the concept of sustainable development and assured us about „our common future‟ - sustainable future which assures us at least: Sustained total utility for all and intergenerational equity. Thus sustainable growth is inevitable for inclusive growth. This paper discusses the concept of sustainable development and the related concept of sustainability. It also deals with the constraints as well as operational issues in the context of the individual country and guiding principles for planning, programming, and implementation of sustainable development programs. This pri, principles can be meaningfully employed in economic growth model for Indian economy for Sustainable Future.
GENDER DIFFERENCES AND BIASES IN THE WORKPLACE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shruti Srivastava*1 & Dr. Shweta S. Kulshrestha2 Gender equality in the workplace has been a major concern for almost all the organizations and countries. Even in most developed countries we cannot find complete gender equality in true sense. This paper aims to discuss whether there is gender biasness in organizations or not? Gender biasness is considered as a major constraint towards the development process in any of the country and thus we have made an attempt to determine the root causes for gender gap that persists in our society. Also considering gender in the office is vital to encourage productive office environment and create a space that ensures both genders thrive. Jennifer Berdahl explains "Women tend to prefer egalitarian norms in work groups, whereas men favor hierarchical structures," in a study published in the journal Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice. We have tried to investigate the differences on certain parameters like perception towards work and colleagues, workplace environment, satisfaction levels, salaries etc. Under the study, we have highlighted some basic causes of gender disparity against women including ignorance of female at higher positions, maternity leaves, lack of opportunities for promotion and so forth. We, therefore, have provided some policy implications for further improvement of the gender situation in the country
Anxiety And Stress Coping Skills In Relation to Physical Exercises And Selected Yogic Practices Among Middle Aged Working Women published in

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Dr.S.MANIKANDAN The purpose of the study was to find out the anxiety and stress coping skills in relation to physical exercises and selected yogic practices among middle aged working women. To achieve this purpose thirty working women were selected as subjects randomly from different places of chidambaram, tamilnadu, their aged ranged between 35-45. The selected subjects were divided into three equal groups of ten subjects each, namely Group – I - physical activity group , Group – II, yogic practices group and Group – III - control group. Experimental groups were trained for three alternative days in a week for twelve weeks with their specific training. Anxiety and Stress were selected as dependent variables and they were tested prior to and immediately after the 12 weeks of physical exercises and yogic programmes by using Stress Inventory Scale and State and Trait Anxiety Scale (Questionnaire method) respectively. The ANCOVA was applied to find out the significant difference in each criterion variables, if any, among the groups. Since, three groups were compared, whenever the obtained ‘F’ ratio for the adjusted post test means was found to be significant, the Scheffe’s post hoc test was applied to determine the paired mean differences, if any, was used. The results of the study revealed that there was a significant improvement on selected psychological variables due to performing the copping skills like physical exercises and selected yogic practices groups as compared to control group.
PARADOX OF HOUSING MARKET IN UKRAINE AND RUSSIAN FEDERATION 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�
Vertil N.N. The main tendencies of Ukraine and Russian Federation were analysed. Revenues of citizens insufficiency for purchasing a house. Factors that are allowing citizens to form effective demand on existing price level were defined and analysed. The purpose: discovering factors that are promoting procurement of lodgings by citizens of Ukraine and Russia Federation. Methodology: in virtue of balance method insufficiency of personal sector for procurement of lodgings was educed, in the virtue of method of enumeration, comparison method, analysis method the main factors that are allowing meet actual disbalance were educed. The results: factors that are promoting to form effective demand on housing market were defined. Application of results: improvement of the effectiveness of socioeconomic region management.
ANALYSIS OF CLAIMS AND DISPUTE IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Priyanka Sakate* , Dr.Arun W. Dhawale The number and complexity of contract disputes have increased dramatically in recent years. At the same time, the delays and costs associated with litigation have become more significant. This section provides an overview of dispute resolution methods commonly used. The increasing trend to alternative methods of resolving disputes suggests a considerable dissatisfaction with the traditional litigation process, at least in certain types of construction cases. However, it must be emphasized that litigation is sometimes, although not always, still the best solution to the parties’ problems. In present paper the different dispute reason remedies are studied in detail.
Train Intellectually Disabled '“ Life Skills and Give Them A Life: A Case Study published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vaheeda Kayikkara Training in life skills is one of the important interventions for people with intellectual disability. Life skills include personal skills such as eating, dressing and bathing, shopping, banking, phone use and housekeeping, social skills such as interacting with other people, playing with peers etc and vocational skills. Being independent in these skills enables a person to live independently. There are various methods for training people with intellectual disability the various skills needed in daily living. Let us discuss some of them with as case study of a successful disabled student. Vaheeda Kayikkara"Train Intellectually Disabled “ Life Skills and Give Them A Life: A Case Study" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14323.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/14323/train-intellectually-disabled--life-skills-and-give-them-a-life-a-case-study/vaheeda-kayikkara
Epidemiology of Animal Bite Cases Reported to Anti-Rabies Vaccination Clinic, at a Tertiary Care Hospital, in Tribal Area published in

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Avinash Borkar, Namita Deshmukh, Gautam Khakse This paper discusses epidemiological characteristics of animal bites and the attitude & practices among the study population. Record based cross-sectional study was conducted on 1550 cases of animal bites that reported in the anti-rabies clinic of Medical College during period of 1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014. Most common animal bite was dog (94.45%). The incidence of animal bite was higher in
Application of Cloud Rank Framework to Achieve the Better Quality of Service (QoS) Ranking Prediction of Web Services? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Miss. Shraddha B.Toney, Prof. N.D.Kale? In Cloud computing the QoS rankings provides priceless information for making most favourable cloud service selection from a set of functionally comparable service candidates. To obtain QoS values, real-world invocations on the service candidates are usually required. To avoid the time-consuming and pricey real-world service invocation QoS ranking prediction framework is used. This framework requires no supplementary invocations of cloud services when making QoS ranking prediction. Two personalized QoS ranking prediction approaches such as cloud rank 1 ( CR1) and cloud rank 2 ( CR2) are used to envisage the QoS rankings unswervingly. Widespread experiments are conducted employing real-world QoS data, including 1000 distributed users and three real-world web services. The implemented framework uses modernized ranking approach which uses different QoS parameters to predict the ranking more accurately. Normalized Discounted Cumulative Gain (NDCG) has been used to analyze the accuracy of QoS ranking prediction for the implemented framework.
The Expressing Criterions of the Psycholinguistic Characteristics of the Literary Text published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Dyachuk N.V. The article is devoted to the main expressing criterions of the psycholinguistic characteristics of the literary text. The analysis of the original abstract and three translated abstracts has been done. The examples of expressing of psycholinguistic characteristics of the literary text have been shown. Key words: translator, literary text, psycholinguistic characteristics of the text, coherence, cohesion, informativeness, divisibility, structurality, dialogic description.
Design and Fabrication OF Flywheel Bicycle with Mobile Charger published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
D.K.Naresh Kumar,M.Sarath Kumar,S.Murugavel,M.Pradeep,P.Prasath,C.Sadhasivam At the beginning of the preliminary step of the project, we came to know about the important application of the flywheel and dynamo. In actual bicycle the kinetic energy obtained from the pedaling power is utilized and is not recovered. By designing and fabricating the flywheel bicycle with mobile charger fetches you the recovery of the kinetic energy produced from the pedaling power and also with addition of mobile charger by the use of the headlight generator (dynamo).
A SYUDY ON E-BANKING SEVICES OFFERED BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN TAMIL NADU published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
D. Jagadeesan, P. Chinnadurai The purpose of carrying out this research is to compare public and private sector banks of India by evaluating their customer satisfaction. This research is mainly based on primary data which has been collected through a well-structured questionnaire. The questionnaire has been distributed to 376 different respondents of different Public and Private sector Banks. This paper makes a useful contribution as there are very low number of studies has been conducted in Tamil Nadu(India) on such areas like price, technology, reliability, customer service, location and infrastructure.
Effect of Recycled Homogeneous Ceramic Waste Aggregates on Water Absorption of Mortar published in

Journal of Environmental Treatment Techniques

Published by Dorma Journals
Nor Hasanah Abdul Shukor Lim, Nur Farhayu Ariffn, Abdul Rahman Mohd. Sam, Arezou Shafaghat, Ali Keyvanfar Nowadays, concern for environmental issues encourages the researchers to find a solution for reducing depletion of natural resources. Utilizing the industrial wastes as a construction material is a win-win situation which has two benefits; first, will solve the problem of the landfill and on another hand by recycling and reusing the waste will increase natural materials reservation life span. Ceramic wastes are one of the by-products of ceramic manufacturing, which is directly meant for landfill ends traditionally. There have been several studies on replacement of ceramic waste with concrete admixture. However, there is no research on the effect of the using high rate of ceramic waste replacement on the rate of water absorption. This experimental work focuses on utilizing the homogeneous ceramic wastes as recycled aggregates and partial cement replacement and verifies the effect of this replacement on water absorption of mortar. River sand fully replaced by recycled ceramic aggregates and 40% of cement was replaced by fine ceramic powder. The specimens were cast in 100 x 100 x 100 mm cube for compressive strength test and water absorption test. Mortar containing the recycled ceramic wastes shows lower water absorption in compared to control specimens where the rate value, at the age of 90 days, are 1.32% and 2.11%, respectively.
Simulation of Power Electronic Converter Circuits Using COM3LAB Learning Software in Teaching: A Case Study published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Khin Myo Aye Power electronics concepts are difficult to explain using conventional teaching tools. Use of COMB3LAB software in teaching provides additional support forvisual representations of power converter circuits operation and waveforms. Models of different power electronics converters are prepared on COMB3LAB software and generate simulation waveforms. This paper is helpful for the faculty of electrical engineering to find the various applications of COM3LAB software in teaching Khin Myo Aye"Simulation of Power Electronic Converter Circuits Using COM3LAB Learning Software in Teaching: A Case Study" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15780.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/15780/simulation-of-power-electronic-converter-circuits-using-com3lab-learning-software-in-teaching-a-case-study/khin-myo-aye
Analysis of the Impact of Age and Gender for the Differential Threshold Level and Discrimination Power on Gustation Modality published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Abeywickrema S. | Gunathunga C. J. | Navaratne S. B. Discrimination power of consumer, which is known as the differential threshold level is an important dimension in product development and marketing activities of the sector of food science. This study examined the effect of demographic factors; age and gender for differential threshold level on two gustation modalities, salt and sugar. Study was conducted according to the ISO5495:2005(E) pared comparison for standard salt and sugar samples respect to three reference samples using 180 selected respondents. Each respondent were gone through 15 comparison for each tastant, besides responds were collected through a questionnaire and analyzed by SPSS 22.0 statistical software under the significance level of 0.05. Results showed; differential threshold level has no linear correlation (P>0.050) with age and gender for both gustations, but younger ages and female gender shows higher discrimination ability than older ages and gender male. Discrimination between salt concentrations was easier than on behalf of sugar taste for both genders, but females showed a higher discrimination power than males. Abeywickrema S. | Gunathunga C. J. | Navaratne S. B."Analysis of the Impact of Age and Gender for the Differential Threshold Level and Discrimination Power on Gustation Modality" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11431.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/11431/analysis-of-the-impact-of-age-and-gender-for-the-differential-threshold-level-and-discrimination-power-on-gustation-modality/abeywickrema-s
Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy in Heart Failure: Rationale, Results, Indications, Limits and Perspectives published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Andrea Mazza, Sergio Valsecchi, Umberto Riva, Maria Grazia Bendini and Massimo Leggio* Heart Failure is the result of heterogeneous structural heart diseases, especially ischemic disease, and is becoming increasingly common in all Western countries. Many patients continue to be symptomatic in spite of progress in pharmacological therapy, and the risk of mortality remains high in the most advanced functional classes. Cardiac resynchronization therapy can be used as a therapeutic strategy for alleviating symptoms and reducing mortality in selected patients with heart failure. Cardiac resynchronization therapy provides both immediate and medium/long-term results. The immediate results are the reduced QRS duration, the synchrony restoration between the ventricles and between the lateral and septal walls of the left ventricle, the reduced mitral regurgitation and the increased stroke volume. In the medium/long term, left ventricular reverse remodeling occurs and left ventricular ejection fraction is increased.
Secondary Intra-Abdominal Pregnancy : A Case Report published in

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Dr. Nidhi Meena, Dr. Sony Khedia, Dr. R.P. Rawat Abdominal pregnancy is extremely rare, and has been historically defined as an implantation in the peritoneal cavity,exclusive of tubal, ovarian and intraligamentary pregnancy. Abdominal pregnancy can be primary or secondary.The presence of abdominal pregnancy is associated with increased maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. The reported incidence of abdominal pregnancy ranges from 1 per 2200 to 1 per 10,200 pregnancies1. The early recognition and management of the same is necessary to prevent untoward complications. This case report describes an interesting case of a 30 year primigravida with a secondary abdominal pregnancy
COMPARISON OF FREQUENCY OF MICRONUCLEI ON LESIONAL AND NORMAL SIDE IN PATIENTS WITH TOBACCO INDUCE KERATOSIS & LEUKOPLAKIA: THE PILOT STUDY published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
1Dr. Sonune Shrikant*, 2Dr. Patil Ashok, 3Dr. Kandalgaonkar Shilpa, 4Dr. Suyog Tupsakhare, 1Dr. Mahesh Gabhane and 1Dr. Patil Kishor The assessment of micronuclei in exfoliated cells is a promising tool for the study of the effect of carcinogens on oral epithelium. The technique involve examination of epithelial smears to determine the prevalence of cells containing micronuclei, extra-nuclear bodies composed of chromosomes or chromosomal fragments that failed to be incorporated into daughter nuclei at mitosis. Usually the neoplastic changes take place at the site of chronic stimulus. It passes through various phases of dysplastic changes. Clinically, shows varied spectrum of red and white lesions. Thus it can be hypothesized that micronuclei frequency is higher in that particular lesional tissue compare to normal contra lateral side. Aim of the present study was to compare frequency of micronuclei in Leukoplakia & tobaccos induce keratosis to that of normal contra lateral side. The study consist of 10 patients with clinical diagnosis of Leukoplakia, tobacco induce keratosis. Oral exfoliative cytology from the lesions as well as normal mucosa stained with papanicolaou stain used for counting micronuclei. Result shows that statistically significant difference in frequency of micronuclei on lesional side and non lesional side was found. Perhaps the difference between the frequency of micronuclei on lesional side and normal side almost found to be constant. Thus it can be concluded that, higher frequency of micronuclei suggest the localized effect of carcinogens on the oral mucosa. Perhaps the difference between both sides that is lesional and normal almost remains constant which may be because of the generalized effect of carcinogen on the oral mucosa.
High resolution Ultrasonography of nerves. A new screening tool in suspected cases of Pure Neuritic Leprosy published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Praveen Chandra Reddy, Dr N R Haldar, Dr M K Sharma, Dr Nivedita Haldar OBJECTIVES: To assess high resolution Ultrasound examination of peripheral nerves by analyzing and comparing with Ultrasound guided Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology & nerve conduction studies in suspected cases of Pure Neuritic Leprosy. MATERIAL&METHODS: From Jan 2005 to Jan 2015, 1172 suspected cases of Pure Neuritic Leprosy were screened by High Resolution Ultrasonography. All the cases underwent Nerve conduction studies. USG guided FNAC was done on all Ultrasonographically hypoechoic nerves. RESULTS: 71%cases showed diffuse hypoechogenicity of nerves. 89% hypoechoic nerves showed Neuritis & 37.5% showed AFB in USG guided FNAC evaluation. The nerve conduction studies showed 100%positive tracing in all hypoechoic nerves. CONCLUSION: High Resolution Ultasonography of nerves proves an effective new screening tool in picking Pure Neuritic Leprosy cases. Thus a new step forward in elimination of Leprosy.
Melorheostosis With Unusual Paraarticular Ossification and Long-Term Follow Up – A Case Report published in

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Anastasika Poposka, Milan Samardziski, Roza Dzoleva - Tolevska, Nenad Atanasov Melorheostosis is a rare bone disease characterized by a “flowing” hyperostosis of the cortex, first described in 1922 by Léri and Joanny. It frequently involves a single limb characterized by hyperostotic linear bone densities. The radiographic appearance has been linked to “dripping wax down one side of a candle”. It has been suspected that melorheostosis is due to a loss-of-function mutation in LEMD3 gene (also called MAN1), which encodes an inner nuclear membrane protein. However, the etiology of melorheostosis remains unknown. We report a case of a 72-year-old male patient, with unusual for the desease paraarticular ossification, whose left leg was affected by melorheostosis more than 37 years ago.
MOTIVATION AND ETHNICITY IN EFL LEARNING OF INDONESIAN CHINESE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Meyta Mayangsari, Nora Aprilia Being born Chinese in the country where the majority of the people is not certainly provides challenges to assimilate. The history of Chinese ethnicity assimilation in Indonesia has witnessed several contexts highly politically and socially sensitive areas for research mainly due to ethical and empathetical reasons. Moving toward more successful assimilation of Chinese to being Indonesians, the reality is undeniably clear that success seems to be identical with Chinese achievements almost in all walks of life, including the success of Chinese learners in school. This study concerns with English as Foreign Language learning process. The aims of this study are to determine the types of motivation and to know whether being Chinese descendant gives advantage to the students in their EFL learning process. The limitation of the study only allows five students to be interviewed. They represent the most successful learners of English in this focus group. The questionnaire for the interview adopts the AMTB (Gardner, 1985; Clements, Dornyei & Noels, 1994) accompanied by a semi-structured and open-ended interviews. The data triangulation serves to measure the learners’ tendention to be more integratively or instrumentally motivated in their EFL learning process. Furthermore, the information from teachers at AnakPintar English course will be used to clarify the initial interview. It is expected that this research provides more insight to see in a more objective ways why being Chinese is synonymous to wealth and success, more specifically in EFL learning. Keywords: EFL, ethnicity, Chinese, Motivation.
REVIEW: A COMBINE APPROACH OF FEATURE SELECTION AND DIFFERENT CLASSIFICATION TECHNIQUE IN BREAST CANCER GENE DATA published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Sakshi Thukral*, Geetika Munjal Cancer classification is very important in the field of bioinformatics for cancer diagnosis and drug discovery. There are two problems that have been examined in bioinformatics for cancer classification i.e. class discovery and class prediction. Accurate prediction of different type of cancer is very important for providing better treatment and for avoiding the additional cost associated with wrong therapy. Large numbers of methods have been proposed in recent years for classifying the cancer but still lot of problems exist which need to be addressed. In this survey paper, we present various cancer classification methods such as SVM, KNN, Naïvebayes as well role of feature extraction method for classifying gene expression data.
Jurisdiction of Cases For Dishonour of Cheque in the Pretext of the Statutory Laws & Recent Judgments published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ganga Dutt Sharma Appreciates, supports and analyses of the statutory provision regarding the jurisdiction for the cases of Dishonour of cheque and the dimensions given by the Apex Court on the same. Identifies relevant steps taken under the statute for the protection and betterment of complainant and accused and a thorough study of the Recent Apex Court Decision on the jurisdictional aspect.
Nature as an Ideal Rhythm Model for Optimal Cardiovascular Physiology and Health published in

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Primary Production of Phytoplankton’s in Oligomesotrohic Freshwater Body Harsi Reservoir and Their Potential Ecological Significance published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
V.P. Shrotriy1*, R.K. Garg2 and D.N. Saksena3 Rates of solar energy flow through the producer-consumer populations of the Harsi reservoir (25’470 to 25’480 N and 79’520 to 77’ 550 E) were studied. Total 60 common primary producers (phytoplanktons) were identified in the reservoir with highest number of species (35) representing Chlorophyceae with 58.33% as dominant group and 02 species of Dinophyceae with 3.33 as scares group. The average gross primary productivity was recorded similar as 134.82±154.94 and 138.35±176.27 mg Cm3h-1, though net primary productivity as 87.94±97.44 and 80.53±107.30 mg C m3 h-1 during 2005-06 and 2006-07. Correspondingly, respiration rate was 47.55±57.50 and 58.37±68.96 mgCm3h-1 during study periods. The NP: GP was exceeding 0.5, NP: RR was more than 1 and % of respiration was less than 40%, which clearly indicated pytoplanktonic primary productivity was quite high without any definite seasonal pattern and good amount of organic production is available for its transfer to next trophic levels. Hence, the reservoir has a good potential for fish yield, however, additional measures are also recommended to prevent excessive environment of trophic status, development of phytoplanktonic bloom and macrophytes and run-off of organic waste.
Evaluation of natural origin products for the control of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus (Acari: Ixodidae) on cattle artificially infested published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Romo-Martíneza, M The aim of the present study was to evaluate under stable conditions, the biological efficacy of three natural products Metarhizium anisopliae, Bacillus thuringiensis and Solanum verbascifolium, sprayed on cattle artificially infested for the biological control of R. (Boophilus) microplus. The results demostrated by the number of engorged female ticks collected on 7th day post-treatment, show that the combinations of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae, M. anisopliae and B. thuringiensis produced the lower tick numbers with 40.50, 52.25 and 52.75 respectively. At 14 days post-treatment, the treatment with B. thuringiensis, M. anisopliae and the combination of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae produced the lowest engorged female numbers with 1.5, 6.25 and 6.25 respectively. At the 21 days post-treatment with B. thuringiensis, M. anisopliae, the combination of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and S. verbascifolium had the lower engorged female numbers with 0.50, 0.75, 3.5 and 3.5 respectively. The treatments that produced engorged female with lower weights at the 7th day post-treatment corresponded to the combinations of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae, M. anisopliae and B. thuringiensis with 8.34 g, 11.13 g and 15.05 g respectively. At the 14 days post-treatment, the treatment that produced female with lower weights were B. thuringiensis, the combinations of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and M. anisopliae with 0.25 g, 1.36 g and 1.61 g. At the 21 days post-treatment, the treatment with B. thuringiensis produced females with lower weight, and the combination of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae, M. anisopliae and S. verbascifolium produced 0.14 g, 0.27 g, 0.81 g and 1.01 g. respectively. At the 7th days post-treatment, the application of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and M. anisopliae produced the lower egg mass weight with 0.81 g and 0.94 g respectively. At the 14th days post-treatment, with B. thuringiensis, the combination of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and M. anisopliae were the treatments that achieved the lowest egg mass weights with 0.04 g, 0.12 g and 0.14 g respectively. At the 21 days post-treatment, B. thuringiensis, M. anisopliae, S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and S. verbascifolium with 0.08 g, 0.09 g, 0.33 g and 0.33 g respectively. At the 7th days post-treatment, the treatment that showed the lower egg hatch percentage were S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and M. anisopliae with 22.42 and 26.40% respectively. At the 14 days post-treatment the B. thuringiensis, M. anisopliae and S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae treatments showed the lower egg hatch percentages of 0, 2.74, 7.55 and 12.40% respectively. Regarding the 21 days post-treatment, B. thuringiensis, M. anisopliae, the combination of S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and S. verbascifolium showed the lowest percentage of 0.44%, 2.90%, 8.75% and19.98% respectively. Values of percentage control or reproductive potential inhibition higher than 80% were achieved. For the R. (Boophilus) microplus larvae stage treated with Bacillus thuringiensis, M. anisopliae, S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and S. verbascifolium, the percentage of control on the reproductive potential was 99.99%, 99.46%, 98.93% and 97.84%. For the nymph stage, we found that B. thuringiensis, S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and M. anisopliae, produced a percentage of control of 99.99, 99.91 and 99.73% respectively. For the adult stage we observed that the treatment with S. verbascifolium + M. anisopliae and M. anisopliae, achieved a control of 99.28 and 98.17% respectively. Keywords: Cattle ticks, Biological control, Botanical extracts, In vivo tests
De Garengeot hernia associated with perforated appendicitis: A rare case report published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Published by Mustafa Hasbahceci
Türker Acehan [1] , Emin Köse [2] , İhsan Gündüz [3] , Fazıl Sağlam [4] De Garengeot hernia is defined as the presence of the appendix vermiformis in the femoral hernia sac by a French surgeon, Rene Jacques Croissant de Garengeot, in 1731 . In literature, there are less than 100 cases. This clinical entity is usually diagnosed peroperatively and it is rarely noticed preoperatively on tomography scan. In this paper, it was aimed to present a patient admitting the emergency service with abdominal pain, diagnosed as De Garengeot hernia with perforated appendicitis preoperatively and undergone laparoscopic appendectomy. Depending on the presence or absence of acute infection of the appendix vermiformis, presence of perforation / abcess, type of surgical approach and whether appendectomy and hernia repair are performed sımultaneously or not, there are different treatment modalities. In our case, laparoscopic appendectomy with abscess drainage was performed and hernia repair is planned as a delayed secondary intervention.
RCC Beam Design by Redistibution Method published in

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CHETAN ALKUNTE, Dinesh W. Gawatre Concrete is the most important building material, playing part in building structures. Its ability to be molded to take up the shapes required for the various structural forms. It is also very durable and fire resistance when specification and construction procedure are correct. Concrete can be used for all standard buildings single storey, multi storey and containment, retaining structures and bridges. Structural design is a science and art of designing, with economy and elegance, a durable structure which can safely carry the design forces and can serve the desired function satisfactorily in working environment during its intended service life span.
HANDICRAFTS AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT FOR ALLEVIATING POVERTY IN RURAL BANGLADESH: A STUDY ON THANAPARA SWALLOWS published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Easnin Ara Handicraft industry in Bangladesh remains underutilized, yet it is an oasis for Bangladesh to develop the rural human resource and alleviate poverty as well. The purpose of this quantitative grounded research study was to find out the contribution of handicraft industry for the rural human resource development and the eradication of poverty from Bangladesh.
EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF INADAPTABLE RISK FACTORS & SOCIAL STATUS ON DIABETIC FOOT ULCER published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Saniya Khalique Diabetic Foot Ulcer subjects (DFUS) were clinically examined in the urban areas of Karachi. Neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease, foot deformity, improperly fitted shoes can make a diabetic person at risk of foot ulcer. In the present study, prevalence, role of inadaptable risk factors (age, gender, height) and socio-economic status were examined in DFUS and normal diabetic patients (NDP) taken as control. A total of randomly selected subjects N= 59; male=33, female=26 (DFUS: n=41; male=22, female=19; NDP: n=18; male=11, female=7). In this study prevalence of DFU was found in male gender as 54% of our patients were male and 46% were female. Mean ± S.E.M. of male DFUS height was 5.7 ± 0.353 ft while that of women was 5 ± 0.306 ft, this greater height in male makes them predominant for DFU. Mean ± S.E.M. of age for DFUS males: 58 ± 10.237 years, that is comparatively higher than control NDP males: 56.81 ± 10.235 years. Mean ± S.E.M. of age for DFUS females: 54 ± 11.18 years which is also significantly higher than control NDP females: 49.57 ± 9.727 years. The greater part of the investigated patients belonged to lower class (54% males & 74% of females).
Reducing Financial Barriers for the Poorest of the Poor in Accessing Health Services: The Case of Demand Side Financing (DSF) in Wamba LGA published in

Texila International Journal of Public Health

Published by Texila American University
Kum Ghabowen Iwimbong Introduction: Within the Results-Based Financing (RBF)Project in Nigeria, Demand Side Financing (DSF) pilot is implemented to increase the delivery and use of high impact maternal and child health indicators. The DSF strategy implores a conditional cash transfer (CCT) and Transport voucher schemes. Objective: To investigate how Demand Side Financing reduces financial barriers for the poorest of the poor in accessing health care services in Wamba LGA, Nasarawa State. Methods: This explanatory case study aimed at analyzing the experiences of Nasarawa State in implementing DSF using the World Bank DSF framework for Health Projects. Design: We performed a document review and interviews with various stakeholders (n D 30) and then conducted thematic analysis of interview recordings. We carried out 10 Focused group discussions each in the 10 wards of the Wamba LGA piloting DSF. Informants were selected according to variables such as sub-group (Women of Child Bearing age, Health Facility Staff, LGA PHC directors, Ward development Committee (WDC) and Community Based members), Transporters, knowledge of their community, experience with the HC, past or current experience on DSF implementation etc., to allow for maximum variation in the sample. Results: Study results indicated that, DSF has contributed in reducing financial and geographical barriers for the poor and high risk groups to access health services in PBF health facilities, increased the coverage of maternal child and child health indicators, promoted social inclusion to complement the supply-side components of the NSHIP, and enhance the achievements of the RBF intervention. Conclusion: This study concisely demonstrates that when supply-side subsidies and demand side subsidies are combined greater gains for the poor and vulnerable populations are achieved. Keywords: Demand-side financing; Vouchers; Conditional Cash Transfers; Maternal health; Maternal and child health; Implementation; cash transfers; financial barriers, Geographical barriers, High risk groups.
Drinking water quality surveillance in Hyderabad published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Syeda Azeem Unnisa1* and Bhupatthi Rao2 It is well established that a large number of infectious diseases are transmitted primarily through water supplies contaminated with human and animal excreta particularly faeces. The purpose of the study was to assess bacteriological quality of drinking water in Hyderabad City, Andhra Pradesh. It is a cross sectional descriptive study performing the Hyderabad city during the months of June and July 2011. A total of 50 water samples were collected from different localities of the Hyderabad city. These represented areas with different socio-economic conditions. The samples were collected in sterilized containers and brought to the laboratory within two hours of collection. All the samples were tested for contamination with bacteria using multiple tube method to determine most probable number of total coliforms and faecal coliforms using standard procedure. Among 50 water samples, 20 samples (40%) were positive for bacterial contamination. It was observed that bacterial contamination was maximum in areas with low SEC (52%), followed by intermediate SEC (40%) and high SEC (10%). The difference was found to be statistically significant (p<0.15) between areas with high and low SEC while it was non-significant (p>0.5) between areas with low and intermediate SEC. Bacterial contamination is significant problem in Hyderabad City. Regular monitoring and chlorination/cleaning of water filtration plants and change of old water distribution pipelines can improve this situation.
Profile of Infertile Males Attending a Tertiary Care Hospital of Raipur City (C.g.) published in

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Dr. Chandrashekhar Shrivastava, Dr. Ruchi Kishore, Dr Tripti Nagaria Introduction- Infertility is defined as inability to conceive after one year of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Most cases of male infertility reflect an abnormal sperm count or quality .in about 90%of cases of a low sperm count, the reason is deficient sperm production. The semen analysis is a crucialfirst step to be done for the evaluation of causes of male infertility. A number of other factors have the potential to influence male fertility and need to be considered. These included age, environmental exposures, smoking and drug and alcohol use. With the above background, the present study was conducted to see the profile of infertile males in the study area. Material and Method-The present study was undertaken at Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. BRAM hospital, Pt. J.N.M. medical college Raipur (C.G.), India. All the couples attending infertility OPD seeking advice for infertility management were registered. Ethical considerations were met through intuitional ethical committee. Each patient was informed and consent was taken.Male partner of the couple was inquired about his Detailed Background information. His martial life in years, whether primary or secondary infertility, duration of infertility, history regarding any contraceptive used, whether having any previous issue was inquired. Detailed medical, Surgical and Sexual history of the patients was taken. A comprehensive seminal analysis was done other relevant investigations were also done. Data was compiled in MS-Excel and checked for its completeness and correctness. Then it was analyzed. Observations- Maximum number of patients belongs to age group 26-30 years in case of primary infertility and incase of secondary infertility maximum number of patients belonged to age group 31-35 years.Semen analysis was the most common investigations which were done in 87.6% of patient s before coming to our hospital. Maximum no. of patients 61% was having frequency of intercourse thrice weekly. Hydrocele was the most common abnormality detected while performing urological examination (42.8%). Most of the patients were having normal phallus (93%) with abnormality detected, out of which most common abnormality was hypospadias (42.8%). Conclusion- The main purpose of the male evaluation is to identify and treat correctable causes of sub fertility. The male infertility evaluation can uncover significant medical and genetic pathology that could affect the patient’s health or that of his offspring.
EFFECT OF HYDROPHILIC SWELLABLE POLYMER ON DISSOLUTION RATE OF PARACETAMOL USING SIMPLE PHYSICAL MIXING TECHNIQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kamalesh Upreti, Lalit Kumar, Akash Kirsali, Stutie Pathak Anand, Viney Chawla* In case of poorly aqueous soluble drugs, solubility plays a major role in drug dissolution. The rate of oral absorption of these drugs is controlled by their dissolution in the gastrointestinal tract. Thus, solubility and dissolution rate are the key determinants of oral bioavailability. Poorly soluble drugs are dispersed in an inert hydrophilic polymer or matrix by physical mixing, melting, solution formation, or solvent melting to yield solid dispersion in order to enhance drug dissolution and bioavailability. The present study explores the potential of hydrophilic swellable polymers such as sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (NaCMC) and hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) which have still been unexplored for their potential to form solid dispersion. For this reason, in the present work, water-swellable polymers were used along with other excipients of solid dosage forms. These polymers are expected to hold the drug in intimate contact with water owing to their water retention potential and increase its wettability. The present study recorded the effect of hydrophilic swellable polymers on dissolution rate of Paracetamol (PCM). The percent drug release of HPMC+PCM in one hour was greater than CMC+PCM i.e. 58.76% and 43.08%.
Education Effect and the Portability of Recurrent Suicide Attempts in Nazareth During 2013-2014 published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Farhat Kamal, Bisharat Bishara, Abd-El Qader Amir, Nibal Abu-Ahmad, Farah Joseph, Elia Haj, Bowirrat Abdalla, William Nseir Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in many developed countries, but in Mediterranean countries this phenomenon was until recently extremely rare. Our previous study, performed during 2005-2012 came to shed lights on the prevalence and the underlying reasons of the notable increase of suicide attempts in the conservative and religious Arab community of Nazareth, Israel. The current study performed during 2012-2014 comes to examine the portability of reoccurrence of suicide attempts among educated individuals and to evaluate the fact whether level of education attainment (calculated by the number of education years/ high academic studies: finished 9th school grade; 11th grade, 12th grade and academic studies respectively) is a protective method or a mechanism that actuates suicide attempts – the results of this study may give a clue or a picture whether education is a risk factor or a protective factor against repeated suicide attempts. In addition, the present study will address the patterns used by attempters in second suicide attempt comparing to the repeated suicide attempts (more than two attempts). Interviews, sociodemographic information, suicide risk factors in addition to Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental DisordersIV (DSM-IV) diagnoses will be used in current retrospective study of 197 educated suicide attempters in the emergency room at the Nazareth Hospital. Statistical analysis using percentage distribution was used. From figure 1, which presents the data demonstrated on Table 2, we classified the suicide attempters in two groups: suicide attempters who committed previously two suicide attempts and suicide attempters who committed more than two suicide attempts. We examined and compared the effect of education on suicide attempt between the two groups. We observed a roughly two folds increase in suicide attempt among attempters who committed more than two suicide attempt (The 9th school grade (12% vs. 28%); the 11th grade (14% vs. 23.2%); and 12th grade (14.2% vs. 25.7%), whereas, we observed a dramatic decline by twofold among academic subjects to commit more than two suicide attempts (13.3% vs. 6.7% respectively). Other significant finding was notified by comparing academic subjects, regardless of the number of suicide attempts, versus subjects of less education [(20%) vs. (40% (9th grade), 37.2% (11th grade), 39.9% (12th grade) respectively]. We noticed that academic group tend to have a 50% decrease in suicide attempts compared to less schooled groups. Important differences between groups related to the methods used by attempters are also represented in Table -2 and are illustrated in Figure 2. Attempters who left school at the 9th grade used self harm in 40% of cases, while low percentage of higher educated attempters (11th, 12th grades and academic) used this method (12%, 14% and 20% respectively). We observed that drug is the preferred methods for suicide attempters in 11th grade, 12th grade and academic (84%; 81% and 63% respectively). Other variables were examined such as familiar status (single vs. married) and religion effect (Christian vs. Muslim). Neither family status nor religion was found to convey any significant effect on the frequency of suicide attempts (Figure 3)
Percutaneous Fixation of Proximal Humerus Fractures With External Fixator in High Risk Patients published in

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Dr. N.M.Bhavsar, Dr. P.N.Patel, Dr. S.J. Patel, Dr. N.P. Parikh, Dr. P.R. Patel, Dr. N.A. Lil The incident of the proximal humerus fractures in on the rise in the last decade. Many treatment options are available like conservative treatment, open reduction internal fixation, joint replacement, and percutaneous fixation. ).ORIF is associated with surgical trauma, higher rates of infection, avascular necrosis of the humeral head, and neurovascular lesions. Therefore the trend has changed in a past few years from massive internal fixation to closed reduction and minimal fixation. The advantages of the percutaneous pinning are not only the possibility of preservation of the blood supply to bone fragments, no blood loss and the possibility of surgery under brachial block. The latter prerogatives may be of considerable importance when treating patients in poor general condition, such as those in American Society of Anesthesiologists(ASA) physical status (PS) three or four. Adding an external fixation to this minimizes the complications of pinning. Between 2010 and 2012 ASA PS three or four assigned to 35 patients admitted at our hospital with proximal humerus fracture. Patients were classified according to NEER’s classification were taken for closed reduction and percutaneous pinning. Thirty (17 female and 13 male) out of these 35 were available for evaluation both radiologically and clinically with an average follow up of 8 months ( range from 6 months to 1 year). Five patients were not included in the study as they were lost to follow up. The average age of the patients was 66.56(range 52 to 87). There were 3 with two part, 26 with three part and 1 with four part. Twelve patients (40%) had excellent results, fourteen (46%) had good, two (6.66%) had fair and two (6.66%) had poor results. The average constant score was 84.26(range 39 to 96).The average age of the patient with two part fracture was 61 years compared with 67 years for three part fractures. The two-part fractures had better results than the three part fractures, with an average Constant score, adjusted for age and gender, of 91(range 87-95) and 83.86(range39- 96) respectively. Percutaneous pinning is a good treatment option in high operative risk patients and adding an external fixation to that helps in maintaining valgus of the head of humerus, it minimizes the complications of percutaneous pinning even in osteoporotic patients.
The Process of Impeachement of Judges published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dharmesh Jadoun India needs a less cumbersome way to impeach judges and make the judiciary more accountable. The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill should be revived. Over the past seven decades, the provision in India' Constitution relating to the impeachment of judges in the higher judiciary has failed to give satisfactory results. Most debates around abortive impeachment motions made in the past have centred around the need for India to evolve an impeachment mechanism that is less cumbersome. But a bill introduced in Parliament that attempts to make the judiciary accountable "“ the Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill "“ has been gathering dust over the last few years. Dharmesh Jadoun"The Process of Impeachement of Judges" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17051.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/other/17051/the-process-of-impeachement-of-judges/dharmesh-jadoun
Unprovoked massive pulmonary embolism in a young male published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Vishwa B Unadkat Massive pulmonary embolism (PE), specially unprovoked can be easily under looked as differential diagnosis of patients present with acute onset of breathlessness. If promptly diagnosed, such patients respond well to the conventional medical therapy. This paper describes a case of massive pulmonary embolism in a young male, who couldn’t be found to be having risk factors for venous thromboembolism (VTE), so called idiopathic or unprovoked embolism. Missing to rule out such a massive unprovoked PE can be rapidly fatal.
Study on the Establishment of Service Level Benchmarks (SLBs) and the Role of Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) in Implementing Strategies to provide Basic Urban Services published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
M.Nurul Hassan1, S.Vivek2 and Syeda Azeem Unnisa*3 Cities and towns are the core engines of growth for a country, and their progress entirely depends on the basic facilities they enjoy in meeting peoples’ requirements and keeping vicinities neat and clean without damaging the environment. Urban Local Bodies (ULB) are responsible for providing such basic facilities like water supply, sewerage, solid waste management and storm water drainage. But, the meager standards and discrepancies in the services provided by these bodies is the major concern; to combat this situation Government of India has not only launched several schemes to improve the service standards; also founded a Core Group and held a National Level Workshop to develop a draft handbook of ‘Service Level Benchmarks’ with respect to basic municipal services related to water supply, sewage, solid waste management and storm water drainage and the Ministry of Urban Development has designed standardized indicators against each of these basic urban service that has to be adopted and met; to maintain uniformity and better performance. The Central Finance Commission provides funds to ULBs to meet the Service Level Benchmarks
Incidence and Management of Congenital Anomalies of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck at Tertiary Health Care Center published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Anand Palas, Dr Bela Prajapati, Dr Devang Gupta, Dr Nikhil Patel Indian people are living in the midst of risk factor for congenital anomalies. Incidence of congenital anomalies mostly seen in babies with preterm birth history, history of neonatal intensive care unit admission, family history of congenital anomalies and tribes in which consanguineous marriages are common. Awareness of family about congenital anomalies can help in early diagnosis and management of cases, involvement of primary health care centers and primary health workers by introducing programmes for awareness about congenital anomalies can help in achieving this goal. Health programmes focusing on screening, free surgeries and free devices for congenital anomalies are required. As multisystem involvement is not uncommon in congenital anomalies, so it is necessary to do other special investigation according to primary anomalies to rule out multiple congenital anomalies
Human Resource Adopted by Textile Industries with Special Reference to Tiruppur District-Case Study published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr .M.MALATHI Department of Commerce Sri Venkateshwara College of Arts and Science Peravurani, Thanjavur Dt INTRODUCTION The advent of technological advancement in industrial set-ups has altered the working conditions and requirements on the part of employees and employers. Also the changes in government policies have also been taken place since the last decade. Different work patterns like night shift, part time work, overtime, etc is being experienced. The situation is same in textile sector also. Now-a-days the recruitment of the workforce has become a specialized field. The main motive is skill development as technical jobs are becoming more complex and demand more professional skill. As at managerial and marketing level, skills and knowledge demand have increased in importance. So before imparting training with respect to textile or garment industry the training program should be so designed that it covers the skills that will be required in long term and short term basis. Human Resources include all the dynamic components of the people at all levels in the organization whereas „personnel‟ means the employees working in an organization. Human Resources are the most important assets of modern organizations. No organization can think of viability and effectiveness without the efficient utilization of Human Resources, which is a very tough task in the present age of technological advancement, knowledge explosion, sociological changes and increased governmental intervention in business and industry. Human Resource and Development focuses on human resources as a means for organizational health. Human Resource Development attempts to create organizational climate congenial to individual growth as well as organization growth, by replacing the old and traditional assumptions about human beings with contemporary and more realistic assumptions about them. In fact, employees develop better understanding to each other, based on mutual trust and confidence which generate enhanced Cooperation.
Disobeying Power Laws: Perils for Theory and Method published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
G. Christopher Crawford The “norm of normality” is a myth that organization design scholars should believe only at their peril. In contrast to the normal (bell-shaped) distribution with independent observations and linear relationships assumed by Gaussian statistics, research shows that nearly every input and outcome in organizational domains is power-law (Pareto) distributed. These highly skewed distributions exhibit unstable means, unlimited variance, underlying interdependence, and extreme outcomes that disproportionally influence the entire system, making Gaussian methods and assumptions largely invalid. By developing more focused research designs and using methods that assume interdependence and potentially nonlinear relationships, organization design scholars can develop theories that more closely depict empirical reality and provide more useful insights to practitioners and other stakeholders.
SYNTHESIS, GROWTH AND CHARACTERIZATION OF Mg DOPED LAHC SINGLE CRYSTALS published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Durgesh Raghuvanshi This paper describes current research in real time operating system and its scheduling procedures. The scheduling procedure is the backbone of any operating systems. In this paper we analyses the application of scheduling theory to dependable real time systems are reviewed with a brief summary and conclude that different types of scheduling procedures are used in real time operating system. Issues covered include static and dynamic algorithms, application of real time operating system, rate monotonic and deadline monotonic with examples. This paper describes about characteristics of real time operating system. Durgesh Raghuvanshi"Study on Real-time Operating System and its Scheduling Procedures" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8210.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/operating-system/8210/study-on-real-time-operating-system-and-its-scheduling-procedures/durgesh-raghuvanshi
IMPROVEMENT OF ACCOUNTING REGISTERS FOR THE PURPOSE OF TIMELY MANAGEMENT OF AN ENTERPRISE AND CONTROL OF ITS FINANCIAL SECURITY 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�
Makarenko Andrey; Melikhova Tatyana; Chakalova Natalia The subject of research is the accounting records of small business entities under the simplified form as components of the management of problem links and financial security of the enterprise. The aim of the study is to outline the need for adapting the accounting records of business entities in order to correct grouping of information in accounting, timeliness of financial reporting, transparency of data for monitoring, facilities for analysis due to the economic realities of the modern world, changes in legislation and economic needs. Research methods. Based on the comparison, analysis and synthesis methods, which allow connecting or decomposing the objects of study and comparing the results obtained, the suggestions for improvement of accounting records under the simplified form were given and reasoned conclusions were made. Results of the work. The article deals with the adaptation of the accounting records of a small business entity under the simplified form for timely management of an enterprise and control of its financial security. The accounting records of a business entity under the simplified form were improved, including adjustments for certain columns and rows according to a introduced simplified chart of accounts. Scope of application of the results. Scientific research in the field of small business entities at formation of the main areas of implementation of enterprise management and control of its financial security. Conclusions. We substantiated the necessity and expediency of using the improved accounting records of small business entities under a simplified form presented in the paper.
SIBERIAN MICA CRAFT: FEATURES OF DEVELOPMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik; Alena Viktorovna Druzhinina The article investigates the development of the mica craft in the region Siberia (Irkutsk region, Krasnoyarsk territory and Yakutia). Shown the characteristic of micas deposits.
Studies on effect of biofertilizers with chemical fertilizers on growth, yield and quality of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
JITENDRA KUMAR MEENA, SANJAY KUMAR*, SUTANU MAJI, MANOJ KUMAR AND DEVENDRA KUMAR The present investigation entitled studies on effect of bio-fertilizers with chemical fertilizers on growth, yield and quality of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) was conducted at the Horticultural Research Farm, Department of Applied Plant Science (Horticulture), Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow (U.P.) during the years 2012-2013. Three bio- fertilizers viz., Azospirillum, PSB and Rhizobium were used at 2 levels of N, P and K as compared with control (recommended dose of NPK through chemical fertilizers) in the fenugreek. The result of all experiment showed that the maximum plant height (36.84 cm), number of branches (3.33), number of pods (7.20), days to 50 per cent flowering (66.33), days to 50 per cent germination (13.00) length of pods (8.53 cm), yield (15.57 q/ha), yield per plant (5.85 g) and days to maturity (145.26) were recorded under 50 per cent RDF+ 50 per cent Rhizobium whereas, minimum was recorded under control.
Attitude Towards Euthanasia Among Professionals and Special Concern Groups published in

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V.LAZAR, K. LALITHA, B.RAVINDRA Health is a major concern for all. When individual suffers from severe illness or disease, it affects quality of life of an individual. When one suffers from chronic diseases like Cancer, HIV, Dementia etc., and with severe disability, the desire to die leads to the concept of Euthanasia which is known as Mercy killing. In the present study an attitudes towards euthanasia was collected from professionals like Doctors (N=30) Lawyers (N=30) and Nurse(N=30) and special concern groups like Aged (N=90); HIV Patients(N=60) and Terminally ill(N=100) by using an adapted version of Euthanasia Attitude Scale(EAS) by Holloway et. al.,(1995). The data was collected by using purposive sampling technique and by prior consent of the subject. Result shows that there are significant differences in attitude towards euthanasia by professionals and special concern groups.
ACTIVITY BASED COSTING - A TOOL TO CONTROL THE COST published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
CA. Raj Garg* Activity - based cost ing (ABC) is a costing methodology that identifies activities in an organization and assigns the cost of each activity with resources to all products and services according to the actual consumption by each. The concept of ABC was first defined in the late 1980s by Robert Kaplan and William Burns. Initially ABC focused on manufacturing industry where technological developments and productivity improvements had reduced the proportion of direct labour and material costs, but increased the proportion of indire ct or overhead costs. Activity analysis is the process of identifying appropriate output measures of activities and resources (cost drivers) and their effects on the costs of making a product or providing a service. Activity - based costing is more effective when used in long - term rather than in short - term. Activity - based costing (ABC) is a methodology for more precisely allocating overhead to t hose items that actually use it .
Fast IP Network Recovery Using MRC from Multiple Failures published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
L.Devi?, ?M.Suganthi? Internet takes vital role in our communications infrastructure, due to slow convergence of routing protocols after network failure become a budding problem. To assure fast recovery scheme from link and node failure in networks, we present a new recovery scheme called Multiple Routing Configuration (MRC). Now a days, Internet plays a major role in our day to day activities e.g., for online transactions, online shopping, and other network related applications. Internet suffers from slow convergence of routing protocols after a network failure which becomes a growing problem. Multiple Routing Configurations [MRC] recovers network from single node/link failures, but does not support network from multiple node/link failures. In this paper, we present MRC, and analyze its performance with respect to load distribution after a failure. We also show how an estimate of the traffic demands in the network can be used to improve the distribution of the recovered traffic, and thus reduce the chances of congestion when MRC is used. We propose Enhanced MRC [EMRC], to support multiple node/link failures during data transmission in IP networks without frequent global re-convergence. By recovering these failures, data transmission in network will become fast.
A INTERPRETAÇÃO DELEUZEANA DA GENEALOGIA DA MORAL published in

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Péricles Pereira de Sousa The text aims to present how the french philosopher Gilles Deleuze, from the work Nietzsche and Philosophy, interprets the Genealogy of Morals, a work written by german philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, taking into account the more general forms of nihilism: resentment, bad conscience and the ascetic ideal.
Genetic Parameters for Yellow Mosaic Virus Resistance in Greengram (Vigna Radiata (L).Wilczek) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N. Anusha, Ch. Anuradha, AMN. Srinivas A study was carried out in mungbean (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek) with 123 F2 plants of cross PM 115 * LGG 460 to estimate mean, range, genotypic and phenotypic coefficients of variation, heritability and genetic advance for 8 trait viz. height of the plant, number of branches, number of clusters, days to 50 per cent flowering, number of pods per plant, length of the pod, number of seeds per pod, single plant yield without any replication. Heritability in broad sense and genetic advance as percent of mean was high for number of pods per plant, single plant yield, plant height, number of branches per plant, pod length indicating that these traits were controlled by additive genes indicating the availability of sufficient heritable variation that could be made use in the selection programme and can easily be transferred to succeeding generations
SIZE BASED CHARACTERIZATION OF SEISMIC MAGNITUDES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ved Prakash Seismic magnitude is the quantitative measurement of amount of energy released by an earthquake. The size of the earthquakes is independent of the density of population and type of construction. Earthquakes may be characterized as minor or great, depending on their magnitude. Different magnitude scales used to measure the magnitude of an earthquake are Richter scale, Body-wave magnitude scale, Surface-wave magnitude scale and Moment-magnitude scale. Seismograms recorded at different epicentral distances are employed to determine origin time, epicenter focal depth and type of faulting as well as to estimate the energy released during an earthquake. Selection of the scale depends upon the earthquake size. In this paper, we discuss the different magnitude scales, the relevance of each scale and their conversion equations.
Results of Proximal Femoral Nail in Intetertrochanteric Fracture in Elderly Patients published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Navneet Badoni, Dr Manav Luthra, Dr Mohit Dhingra, Dr Pradeep Kumar Suri, Dr Romesh Gaur, Dr Puneet Gupta Intertrochanteric fracture femur in elderly patients who have associated co – morbidities are big challenge to orthopaedic surgeons because of inherent high complication rate when treated conservatively or operatively. The goal of treatment of these patients is to achieve pre trauma status with minimum medical or surgical risk. Over a period of three years, forty eight patients have been operated for minimally invasive close proximal femoral nailing in intertrochanteric fractures femur. The aim of study was to evaluate results on the basis of ability of patient to cope up medical co- morbidities , ability to achieve pre trauma status , bone union and over all assessment by Harris Hip Scoring system.
Organic Pollutants in Surface Waters of Erseka Region, Albania published in

Journal of International Environmental Application & Science

Published by Journal of International Environmental Application & Science
Aurel Nuro, Bledar Murtaj In this paper are presented concentrations of organochlorine pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) and BTEX – benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and xylenes in surface water samples of Erseka region, Albania. Erseka region is situated in South-East of Albania. Water samples were taken in December 2017 in different steams that flowing from Gramozi Mountain. These steams are part of water basin for Devolli and Osumi rivers. Liquid-liquid extraction was used for extracting organochlorine pesticides, PCBs and PAHs from water samples. Clean-up procedure was realized in an “open” florisil column for chlorinated pollutants. Analysis of pesticides and PCBs were realized in HP 6890 Series II, gas chromatograph equipped with μECD detector. For separation of organochlorine pesticides and PCB markers was used Rtx-5 capillary column. Analysis of PAH and BTEX were realized in Varian 450 GC, gas chromatograph equipped with FID detector and VF-1ms capillary column. BTEX were analyzed using HS-SPME method. The highest levels of organochlorine pollutants in surface waters of Erseka region was found for organochlorine pesticides because of their previous uses in agricultural areas near these streams. Volatile PCBs were found in higher concentrations because of their atmospheric origin. PAH and BTEX were found only for 20% of water samples. Their concentration could be because of natural origin or some mechanical business that discharge their wastes directly in these steams. Found levels were lower than previous studies for other water basin areas in Albania. Keywords: Organoclorined pesticides; PCBs; PAH; BTEX; water samples; GC/ECD/FID
PRODUCTION OF FOIL EFFECT ON METALIZED BOARDS WITH DIGITAL PRINTING PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohit Kumar A study of production of foil effect on metalized boards was done and the measurement of the reflectivity of printed metallic boards was performed. A psychophysical property for this percept was identified as visual brilliance. The visual judgments of a series of printed boards were compared with measurements from various types of specular reflectance instruments. The results showed that gloss linearly follows the appearance of highly reflective specular surfaces. It was observed that the foil effect was highly related to the incorporation of primer coating on to the metalized board normalized. Further, It was, thus, concluded that foiling effect can be produced on a metalized board by printing it with a dry toner based digital printing process without primer coat.
Design And Fabrication of Rolling System For Flat Bar Rolling published in

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Dilip Kumar, Ashish Ligam Flat bars are commonly used for various purposes in manufacturing industry. This system is designed as an alternative arrangement for coaming of flat bars. Coaming is widely used term in shipbuilding. It is derived from aerospace where coaming is used to ensure the air tight condition of doors; similarly in ships it prevents the entry of water. Manholes and lightning holes are the specific areas where the coamed flat bars are used. Even though coaming can be done on folding machines and pressing machines, this small system serves the purpose at a smaller scale with better surface finish. The system designed has an alternate option of manual operation in case of power cut shutdown. Hence in the absence of power cut down or power shortage flat bars can be easily coamed on this system.
STUDIES OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF RIVER BETWA (M.P) published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Dr. Gowher Hussain*, Dr. Mahesh Tharani, Dr.Altaf Hussain, Dr. Younus Ahmad The physico-chemical characteristics of water such as water temperature, Secchi transparency, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Free CO2, Total Alkalinity, Total hardness, Ammonical nitrogen were studied in Betwa River.. water temperature varied from 18.60?C to 33.64 0C , Secchi transparency varied from 98 cm to 30.50cm, pH varied from 6.47 to 8.60, Dissolved Oxygen oxygen ranged from 4.53 mg/l to 8.10 mg/l, Free CO2 ranged from 1.06 mg/l to 3.92 mg/l, Total Alkalinity ranged from 115mg/l to 235 mg/l, Total hardness varied from ranged from 184 mg/l to 393 mg/l and Ammonical nitrogen ranged from 0.40 mg/Ll to 1.12mg/l. The results obtained during the present study show that the physico-chemical nature of water of the river Betwa has been affected and the concentration of some of the constituents has crossed the permissible limit as recommended by WHO. Key Words: physico-chemical characteristics, permissible limit, WHO.
Geli?en Avrupa Geni?leyen Osmanl?’dan Günümüze Dünya Ekonomisi’nde De?i?en Dengeler ve Yeni Merkez published in

ADAM Academy Journal of Social Sciences

Published by Ankara Dusunce ve Arastirma Merkezi
Mehmet Bulut Politik ve ekonomik aktör olarak Osmanl?lar’?n dünya ekonomisindeki rolü onbe?inci yüzy?l?n ortalar?ndan itibaren artmaya ba?lad? ve önemleri ondokuzuncu yüzy?l?n ortalar?na kadar devam etti. Dünyan?n önemli bir merkezi gücü olarak Osmanl? hükümeti kontrol edilen geni? co?rafyadaki ekonomik ve ticari faaliyetleri te?vik etti ve imparatorluk s?n?rlar? içinde kendi ba??na bir “dünya ekonomisi” olu?turmay? ba?ard?.Hem bölgesel ve hem de uluslararas? ticareti te?vik etmelerine ra?men istatistiksel olarak iç ticaret her zaman d?? ticarete göre daha önemli olmu?tur. Ayn? dönemlerde Bat? Avrupal? ticaret güçleri de dünya ekonomisi ve ticaretindeki faaliyetlerini artt?rm??lard?r. Bu süreçte Avrupa dünya ekonomisinin merkezi Akdeniz’den Atlantik’e kayd?. Son iki yüz y?lda Atlantik dünya ekonomisinde merkezi bir rol oynam??t?r. Ancak yirminci yüzy?l?n sonlar?na do?ru Atlantik’ten uzak dünyada yeni önemli ekonomik güçler ortaya ç?kmaya ba?lad?. Acaba dünya ekonomisinin merkezi mi de?i?iyor. Bu yaz? Osmanl?’dan günümüze dünya ekonomik merkezi ve güçlerinin de?i?imindeki baz? dinamikleri tart??may? amaçlamaktad?r. Anahtar Kelimeler: Dünya, Osmanl?,Türkiye, ekonomi, ticaret, de?i?im, merkez, güç.
Organic Solar Cell- The Future Energy Resource published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Manish Kaushik*a and Bharat Kaushikb The limited supply of today’s main energy sources (oil, coal, uranium) will force us eventually to replace most of the currently used power plants with renewable energy sources. According to recent predictions, the inevitable permanent decline in the global oil production rate is expected to start within the next 10-20 years. The new category of renewable energy resource is Organic solar cell. Considerably less effort and production energy is necessary if organic semiconductors are used because of simpler processing at much lower temperatures (20-200 oC) than the inorganic cells. Another interesting alternative to inorganic cells is given by the semiconducting polymers, which combine the opto-electronic properties of conventional semiconductors with the excellent mechanical and processing properties of polymeric i.e. ”plastic”materials. These can be processed from solution at room-temperature onto e.g. flexible substrates using simple and therefore cheaper deposition methods like spin or blade coating. The advantage of polymeric photovoltaic cells when compared to electro-chemical cells is predominantly the absence of a liquid electrolyte, which generates problems with sealing against air, but also the prospect of even cheaper production using large area devices and the use of flexible substrates. Possible applications may range from small disposable solar cells to power smart plastic (credit, debit, phone or other) cards which can display for example, the remaining amount, to photo-detectors in large area scanners or medical imaging and solar power applications on uneven surfaces.
Diversity of nematodes in Antarctica under changing climatic conditions published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
V. V. GANTAIT Antarctica covers an area of about 14 million Km2, more or less double the size of Australia and equal to China and India combined together. The continent broadly represents three distinct climatic regions: the sub-Antarctic, maritime and continental Antarctica with the sub-Antarctic being the most favourable and continental Antarctica is being the most hostile environments. The long-term isolation and harsh climatic condition of Antarctica is reflected by the low number of nematode species as well as a high degree of endemism. Historical glaciations events and the current spatial isolation of habitable soils have led to a very patchy distribution of nematode communities and no apparent overlap in nematode species between maritime and continental Antarctica. The gentler climate in maritime Antarctica causes highest nematode diversities there rather than continental Antarctica. In recent years, rapid, albeit complex changes in local climate have been observed in Antarctica, particularly in the Antarctic Peninsula with substantial impacts on marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Nematode communities in Antarctica are directly as well as indirectly affected by the climate changes. Climate warming causes lower environmental stress, increases the duration of metabolic activity, growth rates and shorten life cycles; through these combined influences increase population sizes. Increasing temperatures may alter species composition and favourable opportunistic nematode species. A warmer and wetter climate increases the area of vegetated soil and plant species diversity. The range expansion and increased plant species diversity will provide a greater area of more favourable habitats for nematodes. Although there have been few empirical studies on the effect of climate changes on nematode communities in Antarctica, large-scale coordinated efforts to explore climate change impacts on such communities would give better information.
A Review of Friction Stirs Welding published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Danail Abdullah Through this paper an attempt is made to study and review a special welding technology of friction stir welding (FSW) which is a solid-state joining process. Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a recent advanced technique, invented by The Welding Institute (TWI) in 1991, that utilizes a nonconsumable rotating welding tool to generate frictional heat and plastic deformation at the welding location; thereby, affecting the formation of a joint while the material is in the solid state. In particular, FSW can be used to join high-strength aerospace aluminum alloys and other high temperature metallic alloys that are difficult to weld by conventional fusion welding method. FSW is considered to be the most significant development in metal joining process in a decade The comprehensive body of knowledge that has built up with respect to the friction stir welding (FSW) of aluminum alloys. This study addresses the current state of understanding and development of the FSW process. The principles of weld formation, welding parameters, design principles, including metal flow and thermal history, before discussing how process parameters affect the weld properties Danail Abdullah"A Review of Friction Stirs Welding" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd124.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/124/a-review-of-friction-stirs-welding/danail-abdullah
Study on natural Spirocercosis in local dogs, Iraq published in

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Dr. Khalil H. Al This study aimed to describe the different lesions of natural spirocercosis in local dogs. Eight dogs submitted to the department of surgery, college of Veterinary Medicine, Uinv. of Baghdad, Iraq for surgical operations and practice. At necropsy the Spirocerca lupi lesions were localized in the caudal part of the esophageal mucosa and submucosa and adjacent adventitia of aorta (upper thoracic portion of aorta). The lesions were consisted from red fleshy nodules 1 – 2 cm with central opining through which the Spirocerca lupi protruded. Microscopically, the lesions were consisted from fibrotic nodules containing the parasites and neutrophils exudates in their centers, the surrounded fibrotic tissue was infiltrated with mononuclear cells (lymphocytes, macrophages and plasma cells). Also extensive granulomatous reaction consisted from mononuclear cells with fibroblastic proliferations seen in other location sites of mucosa and submucosa of esophagus surrounding the adult parasite. Similar fibrotic nodular lesions were also seen in adventitia of upper thoracic aorta considered as a prior exposure of the parasite.
Comparison of SVD-Watermarking and LSB-Watermarking Techniques? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Anupma Yadav, Anju Yadav? Watermarking, belongs to the data hiding field, has gain lots of attention and interest of researcher. There is work going on in this field. There are various use of watermarking algorithms that includes content protection, tamper detection, and copyright protection. In this paper, we presented two well know watermarking technique SVD and LSB in terms of image. When we compared them, earlier one shows better result as compared to the former.
ENSURING DISTRIBUTED ACCOUNTABILITY FOR DATA SHARING IN THE CLOUD published in

International Engineering Journal For Research & Development

Published by Mr.Amit Manikrao
Rajendra Bathula Cloud computing enables highly scalable services to be easily consumed over the Internet on an asneeded basis. A major feature of the cloud services is that users’ data are usually processed remotely in unknown machines that users do not own or operate. While enjoying the convenience brought by this new emerging technology, users’ fears of losing control of their own data (particularly, financial and health data) can become a significant barrier to the wide adoption of cloud services. To address this problem, in this paper, we propose a novel highly decentralized information accountability framework to keep track of the actual usage of the users’ data in the cloud. In particular, we propose an object-centered approach that enables enclosing our logging mechanism together with users’ data and policies. We leverage the JAR programmable capabilities to both create a dynamic and traveling object, and to ensure that any access to users’ data will trigger authentication and automated logging local to the JARs. To strengthen user’s control, we also provide distributed auditing mechanisms. We provide extensive experimental studies that demonstrate the efficiency and effectiveness of the proposed approaches.
Structural and Elastic Properties of KLIS published in

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Manisha Sharma, Dr. Gunjan Arora Structural, electronic and elastic properties of the tetragonal alkali metal chalcogenides KLiX [X: S, Se and Te] have been investigated using the full-potential (linearized) augmented plane wave plus local orbitals method. The exchange–correlation potential is treated within the generalized gradient approximation of Wu and Cohen. Moreover, the alternative form of GGA proposed by Engel and Vosko is also used for the electronic properties. The calculated Structural parameters are in excellent agreement with the experimental data. The elastic constants Cij are predicted using the total energy variation versus strain technique. The polycrystalline elastic moduli, namely; shear modulus, Young’s modulus, Poisson’s ratio, sound velocities and Debye temperature are derived from the obtained single-crystal elastic constants. Brittleness behavior of these compounds is interpreted via the calculated elastic constants Cij. Calculated band structures show that KLiS and KLiSe have an indirect energy band gap, whereas KLiTe has a direct energy band gap. The contribution of alkali metals and chalcogen atoms to the electronic band structure and electronic density of states has been analyzed. This is the first quantitative theoretical prediction of the elastic and electronic properties for these investigated compounds and still awaits experimental confirmations.
An Increase of Maximal Intima-Media Thickness in Bilateral Carotid Arteries Strongly Suggests the Existence of Coronary Stenosis in Japanese Type 2 Diabetic Patients published in

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Shimizu H1*, Matsubara F1, Shiba N2, Takeda M2 An association of an increase of maximal intima-media thickness (IMT) of carotid artery to coronary artery stenosis was evaluated in Japanese type 2 diabetic (T2DM) out-patients without any typical cardiac symptoms or history. Maximal IMT from common carotid artery to internal carotid artery was measured by ultrasonography in T2DM outpatients without any typical symptoms or history of coronary artery disease (CAD). The patients with a significant increase of maximal IMT over 1.5 mm were consulted to cardiologists, and the existence of coronary artery stenosis was evaluated by multiple detector-row computed tomography (MDCT). The patients with coronary artery stenosis suspected by MDCT were additionally evaluated the existence of CAD by coronary angiography.From April 2013 to December 2014, we found 17 patients with an increase of maximal IMT in bilateral carotid arteries and 9 patients with an increase of maximal IMT in unilateral carotid artery in T2DM outpatients. The patients with a significant increase of maximal IMT in bilateral carotid arteries had higher incidence of coronary artery stenosis by coronary angiography (76.5 %) thanthose in unilateral carotid artery (11.1%). The 47.1 % of the patients with an increase of maximal IMT in bilateral carotid arterieswas judged to needpercutaneous coronary intervention therapy. In conclusion, a significant increase of maximal IMT in bilateral carotid artery strongly suggests the existence of coronary artery stenosis in Japanese T2DM patients. Screening of maximal IMT in bilateral carotid arteriesshould be beneficial for the detection of silentischemia in coronary artery.
Representation of Women in the Novels of Shashi Deshpande published in

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Kirit H. Talati -
ZEATIN INDUCED DIRECT PLANT REGENERATION FROM COTYLEDON EXPLANTS OF CULTIVATED TOMATO (LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM MILL.) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Byale Gundamma Kalyani and Srinath Rao* An efficient protocol for multiple shoots induction and plant regeneration from cotyledon explants of cultivated tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.) cv Samrat-18 is reported. The cotyledon explants excised from of 10-12 days old in vitro grown seedlings were cultured on MS medium supplemented with 0.50- 1.2 mg/L Zeatin as a sole growth regulator and also in combination with 0.1/0.5 mg/L IAA. Maximum number of multiple shoots formation was found at 1.0 mg/L Zeatin with 0.1 mg/L IAA. Shoots were transferred to MS medium supplemented with 0.2-1.0 mg/L GA3 for elongation. The medium supplemented with 0.6 mg/L GA3 in showed the maximum percentage of enhancement of shoot elongation. For In vitro rooting, elongated shoots were excised and transferred onto MS medium supplemented with 0.5mg / L IBA, IAA and NAA. Profuse rhizogenesis was observed at 0.5 mg/L IBA compared to IAA / NAA. The regenerated plants were acclimatized in the culture room and maintained in the green house. These plants were found to be normal and similar to the donor plant. Thus, an efficient and reproducible direct regeneration protocol has been developed in cultivated tomato cv Samrat-18 using cotyledon explants which is genotype dependent.
IMAGE SENTIMENT ANALYSIS USING DIFFERENT METHODS: A RECENT SURVEY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ms. Sonali B Gaikwad*, Prof. S. R. Durugkar Visual Contents such as images and video does not only contain objects, location and actions but also cues about affect, emotion and sentiment. Such information I very useful to understand visual content beyond semantic concept presence thus making it more explainable to the user. Images are the easiest medium through which people can express their emotions on social networking sites. Social media users are increasingly using images and videos to express their opinions and share their experiences. Sentiment analysis of such large scale visual content can help better extract user sentiments toward events or topics, suc h as those in image tweets, so that prediction of sentiment from visual content is complementary to textual sentiment analysis. Significant progress has been made with this technology, however, there is little research focus on the picture sentiments. This paper proposes a novel approach that exploits latent correlations among multiple views: visual and textual views, and a sentiment view constructed using SentiWordNet.
THERMOSOLUTAL CONVECTION IN A HETEROGENEOUS VISCO - ELASTIC (OLDROYDIAN) FLUID LAYER IN A POROUS MEDIUM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sudhir Kumar The paper critically examines, within the framework of linear stability analysis, the thermosolutal convection in a heterogeneous visco - elastic (Oldroydian) fluid layer in a porous medium. In the present paper, stationery, oscillatory and non - oscillatory convection have been discussed in details. A variational principle is established for the present problem. Some Results are discussed numerically also. Also, principle of exchange of stabilities is not valid in the present problems.
On Research to Optimize Eating Timing: Simple Solutions for Complex Problems published in

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Akbar Nikkhah Recent accomplishments in animal and human physiology have contributed to urgency for creating innovative research on timing of nutrient intake. These findings suggest that feeding and eating times during the 24-h period matter in how efficiently nutrients are utilized and partitioned into different tissues notable splanchnic and peripheral tissues. Shifting eating time from morning to evening in once-daily fed dairy and beef cattle has increased nutrient efficiency and milk fat and energy production. Such effects have mainly been resulted from altered circadian and postprandial rhythms of nutrient intake and energy-yielding metabolites and hormones. On the other hand, evidence exists that human glucose intolerance and insulin resistance develop as day ends and night begins. Thus, despite the discovery that evening feeding may improve production and economics in food-producing animals, due to inter-species differences in evolutionary intermediary metabolism and eating behaviour, it could seriously impair the human physiology and health.
BIG FIVE PERSONALITY FACTORS AMONG PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND NON-PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Aejaz Hassan, Dr. P. V Shelvam, Javaid Ahmad Bhat, Mohammad Amin Wani Objective: The Big Five traits describe aspects of personality that are remarkably consistent, especially among adults. An acronym for remembering these factors can be formed by rearranging the first letters of each factor to form the word OCEAN. The present study examined to study the big five personality factors among physical education and non-physical education teacher's effect of gender and faculty on suicidal tendency among students. Method: The present study consists of 40 male teachers, 20 physical education teachers and 20 non physical education teachers randomly selected in different high schools in Rewa District. Dr Tom Buchanan's Big Five Personality Inventory was used for data collection. Results: The findings of the present study demonstrated that there is no significant difference between Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness of physical education and non-physical education teachers. Conclusions: There is no significant difference between the big five personality factors among physical education and non-physical education teachers.
GEOGRAPHIC ROUTING SCHEME BASED ON DYNAMIC LOCATION UPDATE AND LOAD BALANCING MECHANISM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.Rajalakshmi, K.Gowsic? Data transmission and beacon transmission is based on the location information of each and every node which is connected in the network, in the geographic routing. Hence the beacon packets are transmitted by the neighbor node to the requested node by using APU (Adaptive Position Update) scheme.APU scheme incorporates two rules such as Mobility Prediction (MP) Rule and On-Demand Learning (ODL) rule.APU dynamically adjust the beacon update interval based on the movement of the node. To reduce the updating cost and also to improve the performance of the network, ODL rule is used.ODL creates the topology for the active nodes i.e., forwarding node while transferring the data. But MP rule is not able to handle the link failure while transferring the data. In order to overcome that failure, the Extended Adaptive Position Update (EAPU) scheme has been proposed. It has two ways to overcome the link failure, inaccuracy of the topology and performance degradation as 1) Request for new neighbor node’s neighbor list.2) Verification of acknowledgement, Transmission and path. To achieve the later, the system with TCP protocol instead of using UDP for trustworthy connection has been proposed. Also, load at the time of transmission of data packets in the forwarding node get reduced since TCP protocol is an End-to-End Packet delivery. Thus the system is enhanced with the benefits of EAPU along with TCP for routing purpose as well as trustworthy logical connection.
FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF SELECTED PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Marimuthu Krishnaveni*, Kaveri Lavanya, Palanisamy Magesh, Kannan Ponraj, Rasu Kalimuthu and George Jasbin Shyni The most effective way to eliminate free radicals which cause the oxidative stress is carried out with the help of antioxidants. Hence, it was aimed to work on antioxidant activities of plants collected from road sides of two different locations. Plants collected from road sides of railway junction was named as location 1 and road sides of its residential area as location 2. Twelve plants that were available in both the location were selected for the present study. Fresh leaves were used for the analysis of secondary metabolites, antioxidant activities by following standard methods. Among the plants studied in location 1, Syzygium cumini showed higher phenolics. Reducing power, total antioxidant activity was higher with Ficus carica, Pongamia pinnata, whereas Polyalthia longifolia showed higher nitric oxide, metal chelating activity. Among the plants studied in location 2, Pithecellobium dulce showed higher phenol content and Albizia saman, Ficus religiosa showed higher reducing power activity. Syzygium cumini had higher antioxidant activity. Nitric oxide scavenging and metal chelating activity was good with Ficus religiosa. Mangifera indica showed higher flavonoid content in both the locations studied. Antioxidant activities of plant species might be induced by phenolics, flavonoids as well as upon the pollution load contained in it.
Modelling of Circular Footing on Lateritic Soil published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G. O. Adunoye | O. A. Agbede This work modelled circular footing on lateritic soil. This was done by studying the relationship between bearing capacity of circular footing and fines content of lateritic soil. Lateritic soil samples were collected and subjected to laboratory tests, including tests leading to the determination of bearing capacity (using circular footing). Bearing capacity was determined for the natural soil samples. The samples were separated into fines and coarse components and later remoulded in varying proportions of fines: coarse content, from 0:100 in 10% increments. Bearing capacity was computed for all the remoulded soil samples. Regression analysis was then used to determine the relationship between the bearing capacity of circular footing and fines content of the soil. The model was found to be valid for the selected locations. G. O. Adunoye | O. A. Agbede"Modelling of Circular Footing on Lateritic Soil" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7200.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/7200/modelling-of-circular-footing-on-lateritic-soil/g-o-adunoye
A REVIEW ON SOFTWARE PRONE DETECTION AND ITS PREVENTION TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Laxmi Dewangan*1 & Prof. Anish Lazrus The need of distributed and complex business applications in big business requests error free and quality application frameworks. This makes it critical in programming improvement to create quality and fault free programming. It is likewise critical to outline dependable and simple to keep up as it includes a great deal of human endeavors, cost and time amid programming life cycle. A software advancement process performs different exercises to limit the faults, for example, fault prediction, defect localization, prevention and amendment. This paper shows a study on current practices for programming fault location and counteractive action systems in the product advancement. It additionally talks about the focal points and impediments of these systems which identifies with the quality item improvement and support.
REGULATORY PERSPECTIVES OF PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS IN GHANA published in

International Journal of Drug Regulatory Affairs

Published by IJDRA Publishing group
Raja Mohan Reddy. G, Venkatesh M. P., Pramod Kumar T.M. Drug Registration is a procedure of expertise of pharmaceutical product quality, efficacy and safety by the Regulatory Authority. The emergence of various formats has enabled the manufacturers of the drug to easily gain access into various markets and thus was able to place their products into the market. The choice of Ghana as one of the destinations for the market of the Drug products ensures the manufacturer a good market value. Ghana is considered as one of the growing pharmaceutical market in east Africa. Of late, generic drugs are holding a major stake in the pharmaceutical market and are gaining more and more confidence in the usage. Majority of medicines in the Ghana are generic drugs which are considered as value for the money and affordable. With Ghana Regulatory Authority is the Food and Drugs Board, which takes decision to register the product and issues Registration Certificate. This study mainly focuses on the regulatory environment, registration process involved and the regulatory requirements that are applicable for the generic drug products in Ghana. Keywords: Ghana; FDB; Generic Drugs; NHIS.
الاقتباس القرآني في أدعية الصحيفة السجادية خصائصه ووظائفه published in

Education College Journal

Published by Education College
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Eichhornia and Ipomoea: Efficient phytoremediators of manganese published in

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Dassharma Kakoli | Ravnang Pratik | Nazia Qureshi Phytoremediation uses plants to remove pollutants from the environment. The content of heavy metals in the biosphere has been increasing over the past hundred years due to the economic activity of man. Manganese is one of the heavy metals which is toxic but then too necessary in trace amounts for all living organisms. However accumulation of this heavy metal is not ignorable. To maintain the balance of manganese in the environment phytoremediation of manganese is the most cost effective method. Leaves of two aquatic plant species viz. Eichhornia crassipes and Ipomoea aquatica were used as research tool for removal of manganese ions. The removal is dependent on the rate of adsorption by the leaves. Filtrate of leaves was used for various chemical tests and estimation of Mn by Ammoniumpersulphate method and volumetric analysis. Eichhornia gives better results as compared to Ipomoea. This was due to the increase in the adsorption capacity at higher dose of adsorbent. The removal of Mn ions from aqueous solutions using powder of different waste materials viz., Ipomoea leaves and water hyacinth was found to be increased on adsorbent dosage, initial concentration of sorbate, pH and contact time. As far as contact time is concerned Ipomoea showed better results for largest removal of manganese ions in comparison to Eichhornia.
The Role of Capital Accumulation in the Evolution of Total Factor Productivity in Spain published in

International Productivity Monitor

Published by Centre for the Study of Living Standards
Francisco Pérez and Eva Benages GDP growth in Spain was strong for much of the last half century, whereas the country’s productivity performance during these years has been mediocre. The reasons for this situation have frequently been analysed with the focus on labour productivity. But, as this article highlights, the evolution of capital productivity should also be taken into account when looking for explanations for poor productivity performance. This article analyses the sources of growth in the Spanish economy, in comparison with major economies, and takes into account the effects that the improvements in the measurement of inputs (labour and capital) have on TFP estimates. Once problems are identified and the role played by labour and capital is evaluated, the paper analyses the possible causes for the negative results in terms of productivity in Spain and what policies can be considered to improve it.
Ultrasonic Studies of Some Alkali Metal Chlorides in Aqueous Citric Acid at Different Temperatures published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Shashi Kant and Manish Kumar The density (?) and sound velocity (u) has been measured for LiCl, NaCl and KCl in 0.01 mol kg-1 aqueous citric acid solution at four different temperatures T =((303.15, 308.15, 313.15, and 318.15) K).These parameters were then used to obtain different acoustic functions such as adiabatic compressibility (?), intermolecular free length (Lf),specific acousticimpedance (Z), solvation number(SN) and molar compressibility(W). The ion- solvent and ion-ion interactions in the system have been discussed using these parameters. The effect of LiCl, NaCl and KCl on these interactions as well as on the solvent structure has also been discussed.
Cost Effective Techniques Uses In Modern Construction Projects published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S.DEEPAK, V.A.SHANMUGAVELU Housing stress inadequacy is mainly felt by the weaker and low income sections of the society, particularly with the continuous rise in construction costs. The analysis of town gives the result of 40%-45% of slum population. In future it will grow tremendously. So proper planning of slum should be done by means of rehabilitation. Initially design of house plans for income groups and economically weaker section is prepared. Cost effective techniques are selected and compared with other conventional techniques. The estimation is prepared for the conventional type and the cost effective technique for the Low income group (LIG), and then the planning module is taken into selected norms.
Acute fatty liver of pregnancy: A Rarity published in

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Dr.Bandi Jyoti,Dr.Umashree G Acute fatty liver of pregnancy (AFLP) is an uncommon but potentially fatal complication that occurs in the third trimester or early postpartum period. It was first described in 1940 by Sheehan (1) as an “acute yellow atrophy of the liver”. AFLP is characterized by microvesicular fatty infiltration of hepatocytes without any inflammation or necrosis. It has an incidence of approximately one in 10,000 to 15,000 pregnancies (2). In the past, maternal and perinatal mortality were reported to be as high as 75% and 85%, respectively (3). More current data showed that with prompt diagnosis and treatment, the maternal and perinatal mortality have greatly decreased, to approximately 18% and 23%, respectively (1,4,5). Despite the accumulation of data about this condition, the exact pathogenesis has yet to be determined. At present, supportive care and expeditious delivery remain the best treatment. The present article provides a review of AFLP, including etiology, pathophysiology, clinical presentations, diagnosis and management.We are reporting a case of 20 year old G2A1 who presented to us with history of fever and was later diagnosed to be having acute fatty liver which is a rare entity
SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATION OF THIAZOLIDINE-4-ONE FOR THEIR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY published in

Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy

Published by Journal of Harmonized Research in Publications
Tribhuvan Singh*, Deepak Khobragade Abstract: A new series of Thiazolidine-4-one showed diversified antibacterial activities. In view of potential antibacterial activities of thiazolidine-4- one derivative were prepared by schiffs base technique. The compound were screened by antibacterial activity, thiazolidine -4-one also showed antifungal acyivity, hypoglycemic activity, anti-convulsant activity, analgesic activity, anti-tubercular activity and anti-inflammatory activity.Thiazolidine-4-one also related to ketone group, amine group, sulpher group and thiazolidine ring. Key Words: Schiffs base. Thiazolidine -4- one. Anti-bacterial activity.
Digital India: A Vision Towards Digitally Empowered Knowledge Economy published in

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Sudhir Kumar Sharma, Vandana Lama, Nidhi Goyal The digital world that we live in today is the outcome of several innovations and technology advances. These novelties provide better future to everyone. Today, every nation wants to be fully digitalized that will empower society in a better manner. The 'Digital India' programme, an initiative of honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, will emerge new progressions in every sector and generates innovative endeavors for geNext. The motive behind the concept is to build participative, transparent and responsive system. This will provide all services electronically and promote digital literacy. Digital Technologies which includes the concept of cloud computing and mobile applications have emerged as the catalysts for express economic growth and citizen empowerment. Companies all over the world desire to invest in Digital India- the 21st century India, as a growth opportunity. The objective of this paper is to have a vision on the Digital India campaign where technologies and connectivity will come together to make an impact on all aspects of governance and improve the quality of life of citizens.
An efficient and safe method for extraction of Mycobacterial Phthiocerol dimycocerosates (PDIM’s) and Sulfolipids. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Gaurav Tyagi, Sakshi Talwar, Parveen Garg Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of tuberculosis, is known for its three distinct characters i.e. resistance, persistence and a rigid cell wall. All these three characteristics, whether directly or indirectly are influenced by the lipid rich cell wall of Mtb. Thus cell wall lipidomic profile of Mtb plays a very dynamic role in its functioning. Out of the total lipid armamentarium of Mtb, PDIM’s and sulfolipids plays an important role in the virulence of the bacteria. Present methods of detection and visualization of these two lipids involves harmful radioactive substance. Hence the method of detection by 20% H2SO4 in ethanol followed by charring at 100° C is quite effective as well as safe.
Suggestions and Improvements to M D Block in Bangalore City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nikhil. T. R, Harish J Kulkarni, Yateen Lokesh, Dr. M. R. Prakash Urbanization has been stemmed as a need to fulfill man’s desire for a better life blessed with the best of facilities that one can afford to be living in. This meant more and more people migrated from their heartlands in the rural environments to the cities and major towns in the country, in search of employment and also a better life. This lead to rapid expansion of Urban Settlements and coupled with “the wave of rising expectations”, his needs kept on multiplying. One of the major aspects that urbanization was witnessed was the rapid explosion in terms of the number of vehicles that have been on the roads in the recent past. As the financial capacities of man increased, more and more people started owning their own vehicles. This phenomenon when taking place in a massive scale leads to problems as congestion and other traffic related issues. India has also seen a similar trend in the rapid growth of traffic in the past two decades. According to the RTOs of the major cities, the vehicle population in the cities have increased manifold, as much as 500 times. Such a massive increase in the vehicle population leads to problems such as frequent traffic snarls, congestion and delays in commute. Intersection or Junction Study was aimed at estimating the current traffic scenario prevailing at the Particular Junction at Mohammeden Block in Malleshwaram, Bangalore City. This is facilitated by means of surveys which are conducted for the junction in consideration. Based on the survey conducted, work is done in analyzing the performance characteristics of the junction with respect to its present capacity, the maximum limits of capacities and also on possible improvements to the traffic situation prevailing in the Junction/ Intersection
PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF RIVER CHENAB, JAMMU AND KASHMIR published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
1D. I. Baba, 2K. K. Sharma and 3Shvetambri* The present study assesses some physico-chemical parameters of the mighty river Chenab which is a major river of India. It originates in the upper Himalayas in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, India, and flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of Pakistan. The present study revealed that the range of some physico-chemical parameters were 3-36.50C (air temperature), 1-20 0C (water temperature), 3- 152cms (transparency), 7.3-8.8 (pH), 4.4-14.8 mg/cl (DO), 1- 6 mg/lt (free carbon dioxide),1-6 mg/lt (carbonates), 24-169 mg/lt (bicarbonates) and 21-169 mg/lt (Chlorides), 3.8-36.09mg/lt (calcium) and 2.6-16.03 mg/lt (magnesium). The physico-chemical characteristics of river Chenab at different stations indicate that the river doesn't exhibit any deteriorating (nutrient pollution) trend as yet.
Sanhati-sadhika Sanskrit Bhasha Evam Vishavik Bhavana published in

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Dr. Ranjeet Kumar Tiwary -
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ABOUT THE INTEROPERABILITY OF MULTIFACETED EMPLOYEES’ EMPOWERMENT published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Umar Alshangiti, Dr. Yousr Gadhoum The main aim of this study is to determine how employee empowerment has been affected in both Sahara Petrochemicals & Maaden Phosphate Company. This has been measured using an employee empowerment assessment model. The research aims to establish the existence of five components of employee empowerment that often encompass the empowerment process in most organizations. These components include: Organizational culture, Delegation and Sharing of Power, Knowledge Sharing (KS), Organizational Learning and Employee Benefits (Talent Acquisition, Retention, Training, and Compensation). In order to measure their efficacy, employee empowerment and engagement were then expressed as a total score based on the weighted empowerment scores of each individual component. This project presents survey results, comments, benchmarking to other surveys, conclusions and recommendations based on these findings. Most of modern human resources strategies are focused on garnering employee empowerment and satisfaction in order to provide a specific advantage to a certain organization. As suggested by Stephen Covey, in order to achieve such organizational goals, organizations must enhance their employees’ talents and knowledge by providing opportunities to them. This is the conceptual goal of this study. Keywords: Employee Empowerment; Organizational Culture; Knowledge Sharing; Organizational Learning; Employee productivity
QOS ORIENTED NODE SELECTION APPROACH IN AD-HOC ROUTING IN VANET published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
VIGNESHKANNA.B, M.MANIKANDAN? Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) are highly mobile wireless networks that are designed to support vehicle safety. A Our new protocol combines features of on demand routing with positionbased geographic routing in a manner that efficiently uses all the position data available. The protocol is provided to gracefully exit to on demand routing as the position information attaining low level. In the paper, we have presented, a hybrid routing scheme that gracefully integrates the characteristics of on-demand and proactive routing, it shows more scalability for movement and collision load. We have demonstrated that new hybrid protocol provides well on demand routing protocols (such as AODV), Geo-routings (such as GPSR) and adaptive hybrid routing protocols (such as AODV) in high mobility and collision load. The improvement is more significant with higher mobility and collision load. We show through analysis that our protocol is scalable and has an optimal overhead, even in the presence of position errors. Our protocol provides an enhanced yet pragmatic location-enabled solution that can be deployed in all VANET-type environments. QOS-AR is simple to deploy and yet effectively obtains optimal scalability performance, making it an ideal candidate for the routing protocol in emerging VANETs. By selecting the forwarding So that we can reduces delay, increase energy and throughput
Diversity and Community Structure of Reef Fishes in Albay, Southern Luzon Island, Philippines published in

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Antonino B. Mendoza Forty-six transects from five municipalities were surveyed of which 277 reef fish species in 32 families were recorded. Oas with 136 species, 23 families, Rapu-rapu 131 species, 22 families, Pio Duran 128 species, 20 families, Ligao 127 species, 20 families and Libon 101 species, 17 families. Fish biomass in Ligao was 11.08 kg/250m2, Rapu-rapu - 9.70 kg/250m2, Oas - 9.58 kg/250m2, Libon - kg/250m2, and Pio Duran - kg/250m2. For index of diversity H , Oas is highest with 2.40 and the least is Ligao with 2.11. Dominance index showed Ligao as the highest (0.20) and least is Rapu-rapu with 0.15. Evenness index revealed Libon is highest, 0.51 and least is Ligao with 0.41. ANOVA revealed significant differences among stations for abundance (p = 0.0003, ? = 0.05) and biomasses (p = 0.010, ? = 0.05) but no significant differences in the sizes (p = 0.1880, ? = 0.05).
MANAGEMENT OF BONE DEFECT IN FOREARM BY CREATING ONE BONE FOREARM - A CASE REPORT published in

Indian Journal of Orthopaedics Surgery

Published by Innovative Publication
Ramesh Krishna K, Aradhana T R, Sreekantha K S, Preetham N 35 year old, housewife presented with non-union right forearm following crush injury right forearm thirteen months back. Extensor tendons were lost, fixed deformities were present at wrist and x-ray showed non-union with gap of radius more than ulna and wrist arthritis. Radialization of ulna was done creating one bone forearm with bone graft. Three months follow-up showed fracture union in progress, with good cosmetic appearance and some function of the right upper limb. One bone forearm procedure can be considered to treat post traumatic bone loss in forearm when other treatment fails.
Analysis and Design of Multi Storied Building by Using Etabs Software published in

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Varikuppala Krishna, Chandrashekar, Rajashekar Structural Engineers are facing the challenge of striving for the most efficient and economical design with accuracy in solution while ensuring that the final design of a building must be serviceable for its intended function over its design life - time. This project presents (Parking floor +5) upper stories RCC framed building analyzed and designed under the lateral loading effect of wind and earthquake using ETABS(Extended Three Dimensional Analysis of Building system). ETABS is incorporated with all the major analysis engines that is static, dynamic, Linear and non-linear, etc., and this Software is used to analyze and design especially the buildings. Because of the facilities provided in this software at the modeling stage, the buildings can be modeled as per the arrangement of the members of the project in Practical, and this software considers the beams, columns as Line members; slabs, Ramps/staircases, walls are as area members. Taking the horizontal loading effects of Wind & Seismic forces; In the design of this project, I take dynamic loading along with the Static loading and Live loads as per IS Code; And almost all the members of the project can be analyzed and designed as per Indian code using this software, where ever require I design the members using excel sheets which are prepared by me in this phase.
Workaholism of Employees in Garments Industry with special Reference to Karur district in Tamilnadu published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof.V.SIVAKUAMAR* & Mr. G.MANIKANDAN** ABSTRACT Work is a part of life; there is no life without work. However, one should enjoy life and work should make it worth living and not make it stressful, boring, monotonous and burdensome. With the development of society, working competition becomes increasingly severe. Employees, the key element in the process of achieving profits, are required or inspired to work in a compulsive way. It is not easy for employees to find a middle ground between work and life. Therefore the term workaholism arises and the preference of wealthy life or pursuit of self- achievement may drive them working more. This will define a modern phenomenon called “workaholism” and discuss its impact on people’s well -being such as work efficiency, family harmony and life satisfaction.This article focuses on the causes of analyzes the workaholism existing in the industry. Employees are very important for any business as they are the backbone of its success. The objectives of the study is to find the various causes for workaholism,to examine the rate of workaholism prevailing in the Industry, to examine various effects due to workaholism,to suggest various measure overcome workaholism.In this study opinion of 150 employees were taken for analysis. The tools used for collecting data were structured questionnaire and unstructured interview. For analysis purpose chi-square, Rank correlation and percentage method has been used. The results revealed thatmajority of the respondents are workaholics in the organization. High percentage of respondents says that there is significant relationship between employee’s education and habits of starting the work before finalizing all steps in order to avoid these problem managements of various companies in garments industry has to take necessary steps to change working culture. The managements should become highly systematic and employees should understand clearly about their role in the industry. Changing the work culture and being systematic can help to control the issue. Key words:Work,development,Employees,self- achievement,efficiency,analyzes
HRM Strategies & Issues with Reference to Uae Market Practices published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sayera Mohmand Basic HRM issues in UAE are acquiring employees, developing employees, motivating them and retaining employees. Acquiring Employees is very important issue in HRM as the selection of correct employee directly affects performance of the whole organization. The main alternatives existing in international management is based on Perlmutter’s (1969) early work on ethnocentric, polycentric and geocentric managerial perspectives and behaviours (Doherty, L., Klenert, A, & Manfredi, S, 2007). Emiritization or host country nationals employment is one of the main key issues in private and public sector both.
Comparison of Short-Term Analgesic Effects of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (Eswt) and Conservative Treatment (Ct) In Men With Chronic Heel Spur (Hs) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Pawe? Lizis Surgical removal of heel spur (HS) provokes many controversies. An alternative is Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT), it’s a non-invasive method. The aim’s to compare ESWT short-term analgesic effects and conservative treatment (CT) in males with chronic HS. Sixty patients (54.9 ± 4.3 years; 42-59 years) with HS pain were examined. The shockwave group (SG) received 1000-2000 impulses a session. These patients took 5 ESWT once a week. The control group (CG) received CT: nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), orthotics, a local cortisone injection. We evaluated by Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). The groups were tested before the first, after the last treatment, 3 and 6 months after the treatment. A significant decrease of VAS (p = 0.000) in the shockwave group. In the control group no significant decrease of VAS. ESWT reduces pain more effectively than CT in men with chronic HS.
Assessment of Knowledge and Attitude Towards Artificial Reproductive Technology (Art) Among Women Attending Selected Infertility Clinic of Mangalore published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mrs. Sequeira Maria Deepthi Parenthood is a fundamental human need. Pregnancy is a profound experience that is unique amongst couples in which the outcome and their ability to manage the pregnancy are often unpredictable.1 For many women suffering from infertility; ART is often viewed as a viable alternative. The aim of the study was to assess the knowledge and attitude towards ART among women attending selected infertility clinic of Mangalore. Descriptive research design was adopted. A structured knowledge questionnaire and attitude scale was used to collect data from 100 primary infertile women attending infertility clinic undergoing follow-up treatment using purposive sampling technique. The results of the study revealed that majority (65%) of the women had poor knowledge, 20% had average knowledge, 15% had good knowledge whereas none of them had very good knowledge. Majority (91%) of the women had favorable attitude whereas minority (9%) had unfavorable attitude. There was significant association of knowledge scores with wife’s age (?2 =13.59), educational status (?2 =14.69) and marital relationship (?2 =9.14) whereas no association with wife’s occupation (?2 =3.81), husband’s age (?2 =1.55) and husband’s occupation (?2 =2.70)
Impact of Socio-Economic Status on Age at Menarche published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Richa Saxena The first menstrual bleeding is known as Menarche. It marks the beginning of the reproductive phase in a woman's life. It serves as an intermediate health outcome that affects the women's wellbeing at later stages of life. It is also considered as an indicator of quality of life. This study was a cross sectional retrospective (i.e. recall) study carried out in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh India. Multistage sampling technique was used to identify the sampling units. The data was collected from adolescent students (aged 10-19 years) from grade 7-12. Adolescent girls born in U.P and experiencing menstruation were selected for the study. The study estimated the age at menarche. The estimated average age at menarche was 12.24 years ± 1.15 years (95% CI, 12.11 years -12.38 years). The menarche ages ranged between 10 and 12 years for about 49%, and between 13 and 14 years for 51%. It was seen that a maximum number of girls experiencing an earlier onset of menarche (between 10-12 years) belonged to middle socio-economic stratum. The results support the trend of lowering of age at menarche as one move from lower and middle, to higher economic group
ABOUT SOME ALGORITHMS FOR CONSTRUCTING THREE-DIMENSIONAL DYNAMICAL MODELS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov This article presents The algorithms on Delphi, to build a mathematical model of the motion of particles, their interaction with each other and the environment.
Customers’ Satisfaction Towards Automated Teller Machine published in

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Dr. R. Renuka, Mr. A. Paulraj Now a day’s banking reforms made customers to access their services more conveniently. Among the services offered by the banks, ATM services play key role to minimize customers ‘time and energy. The study focus on the customer satisfaction towards ATM services offered by the banks and tries to suggest some ways out to improve their level of services to keep the force on.
MINIATURIZATION OF MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA USING INTERCONNECTED HEXAGONAL RINGS OF DOUBLE NEGATIVE MATERIAL STRUCTURE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Juhi Shinde*1 & Bimal Garg In the aeon of nanotechnology, size is concern. Proposed, the design is focused on miniaturized the size of micropatch patch antenna. In this design, firstly design a microstrip patch antenna at resonating frequency 3.304 GHz. After that, the antenna design with the planned “Interconnected hexagonal rings” of double negative material structure, due to this cover of double negative material structure the antenna is start resonating at frequency 2.088 GHz.. For designing an antenna at resonating frequency 2.088 GHz is required more space than the design . The resonating frequency decreases when the size of antenna is increased. The purpose of this design, the size of antenna is constant and still managed to decrease the resonant frequency. In the design, the micropatch patch antenna (MPA) is incorporated with the double negative material cover which has some special properties so the antenna is miniaturized the size 60%, return loss reduces 247%, VSWR improves 41% and radiation efficiency also improves 36% . The purpose of this work is to design a compact, improve its return loss, radiation efficiency and VSWR all simulated results are analyzed by using computer simulation technology microwave studio software(CST-MWS) 2010
NON-COMMUNICATING BILATERAL SUPERIOR VENACAVA – A CASE REPORT AND BRIEF LITERATURE REVIEW published in

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Dr. Pallavi Abnormalities of the central vascular system are always of extreme interest, on account of the light they cast on many developmental problems.Normal anatomy describes the formation of superior venacava by the union of right and left brachiocephalic veins draining the head and neck area. Presence of bilateral superior venacava was encountered during routine dissection in the Department of Anatomy, Kasturba medical college, Manipal. Right and left superior venacavae were formed as a continuation of respective brachiocephalic veins. The left superior venacava drained into the right atrium via the coronary sinus which was enlarged. No communication was observed between the two venacavae indicating that the right and left halves of the head and upper limb drain back to the heart independently. Persistence of the left anterior cardinal vein and regression or absence of the communicating vein would be the possible embryological explanation for this anomaly. Literature reviews suggest that the frequency of its occurrence is 0.3%-1.3% in general population but higher (10-11%) in people with congenital heart diseases. Although it has no physical derangement per se, may complicate or mislead the placement of cardiac catheters or pacemaker leads. Dilated coronary sinus may cause cardiac arrhythmias due to stretching of the AV node and bundle of His. Presence of these anomalies is an indication for the screening of other associated cardiac abnormalities.
Comunicólogo que brinca comunica mais? published in

Revista Observatorio

Published by Dr. Francisco Gilson Rebou?as Porto Junior
Ivany Câmara Neiva, Aluízio Augusto The article discusses the use of toys and playing activities as learning resources in high school. The research was based on workshops given seven years ago within the class “Elements of contemporary regional and Brazilian Reality” in the course of Social Communication of the University Católica de Brasília. We noticed influences in the everyday practices and professional exercising of seven former graduates who had taken part in the workshops.
Infective Endocardatis at the Yaounde General Hospital: Clinical aspects and outcome (Case Series) published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

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Jérôme Boombhi*, Alain Menanga, Bâ Hamadou, André- Michel Yomba and Samuel Kingue Introduction: Infectious endocarditis (IE) is a severe pathology. Its epidemiological, clinical and evolutive profi le varies a lot depending if it is in the context of a developed country or developing country. In our context, very little data exists on the subject. Objectives: Describe the clinical aspects and outcome of IE in the Yaoundé general hospital. Methods: We carried out a descriptive retrospective study using clinical records of patients who had presented with IE in the cardiology unit of the Yaoundé general hospital from June of 2008 to May of 2013. Results: During this 5year period, 1846 patients were admitted in the cardiology unit and 10 of these cases were IE giving a hospital prevalence of 0.54%. The sex ratio was 1. The average age of the patients was 44.7 +/- 14.2 years. Rhumatismal valvulopathy was found as the most frequent predisposing factor, with 50% of the cases. The most frequent symptoms were fever and a heart murmur, which were found in 100% and 90% of the cases respectively. An infl ammatory syndrome with anaemia was found in 90% of cases, leucocytosis with predominance of polymorphological neutrophils (PMN) in 80%, a raised ESR and CRP in all the patients. Hemocultures were positive only in 30% of the cases; however 60% of the patients had just one pair hemoculture done. Streptococcus was found in 2 cases and staphylococcus in 1 case. On echocardiography, vegetation and valvular regurgitation were found in all the patients. The antibiotherapy protocols were globally in conformity with recommendations and 40% of the patients completed their treatment. We found 4 deaths.
Effect of Specified Training With Sign Language and Vibrator Aid’s on Selected Skills in Handball Among Deaf-and-Dumb College Students published in

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R. Sigamani, Dr. Sugumar. C. The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of specified training with sign language and vibrator aid’s on selected skills in handball among deaf-and-dumb College students. In this study forty five male students were randomly selected from Presidency College, Chennai and divided into three groups as two experimental and control groups. Data were collected from each subject before and after the training. The collected data were statistically analysed by using dependent ‘t’test and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). It was found that there was a significant improvement on passing and throwing performance of experimental groups when compared with the control group.
THEORY AND PRACTICE: DAMNED IF THEY DO, DAMNED IF THEY DON’T! published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
John Davies This paper addresses issues raised by Ghoshal (2005) about how the seeming uncritical acceptance of an ideologically-based gloomy vision of human nature has led to “bad” management theories. In particular, the paper sheds light on how a paradoxical and unwarranted adherence to theory and theory-informed practice may emerge, and how that practice may reinforce or reflect ideology. Building on prior work, the paper develops complementary perspectives from systems thinking (Senge, 1990) and cognitive psychology (Tversky & Kahnemann, 1974), to suggest how in some circumstances, cognitive bias rather than intention may impact the theory-practice nexus. The paper provides a constructive illustration of the use of the systems representational tools of qualitative system dynamics in order to develop a systems perspective on these matters; to identify the underpinning systemic structure that gives rise to Ghoshal’s views; and to identify means of addressing issues of concern to management theorists, analysts and practitioners. Keywords: Systems Thinking, Theory-practice Nexus, Cognitive Bias.
EDUCATIONAL VALUE DIDACTIC GAMES IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Nailya Vadimovna Gilmutdinova The paper considers the effectiveness and technique of didactic games in the process of teaching mathematics. Different aspects of the teaching process, as well as forms of the game approaches.
Factor Analysis on Job Involvement with special reference to Women Faculties of Engineering Colleges published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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R. KALPANA, DR. SHIBU.N.S Job involvement as the individual’s belief towards his or her present job and he also stated that job involvement acts as a catalyst to satisfy the individual present’s needs. The present study reveals that the Factor Analysis on job involvement with special reference to women faculties of engineering colleges. The universe of the study 1000 women faculties working in 20 engineering colleges in Trichy region of Anna university.Out of the universe a sample unit of 250 women faculties taken up for the study the sample unit is chosen on Stratified Proportionate sampling method.In this study, the researchers found the four factors of job involvement were inter-correlated with them and job involvement. So there is a significant difference between job involvement factors affecting job involvement.
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE CHARACTERISTIC PERFORMANCE OF STANDALONE PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Birendra Kishore, Anirban Nandy * , O.P. Pandey All the types of rocket use some or the other type of propellants until new types were introduced in the form of hybrid and liquid propellant rockets.Solid rockets are most commonly used compared to other forms mainly because it is easier to construct,main tain and is more reliable comparatively.Solid propellant rockets can be stored for large period of time and are more commonly used for military purposes.However, their performance characteristics are quite poor compared to liquid propellant rockets and hen ce are not the preferred choice for initial propulsion in any of the launch vehicle carrying large amount o f payloads to the outer orbits.The main objective is to produce a motor casing by using basic sheet metal and assembly by means of welding.The main c haracteristics to be considered at the time of motor design are the characteristics of the type of motor used,type of materials used based on the yield strength of the design which is calculated and case design considerations for evaluations like case load s,deformation,stresses,structural analysis etc.Also, the case is designed to satisfy the performance requirements of the motor.A simple solid propellant rocket motor mainly consists of ignitor,insulator,grains,nozzle.The grain acts as the fuel in this case by igniting upon the sparks generated by the ignitor there by producing large mass of thrust through the nozzle upon combustion.The insulator acts as a sepration medium between the grain and the casing assembly. The gases passed through the nozzle is of th e very high pressure range varying from 10 - 200 Bars.
Impact of Performance Appraisal System on Organization Growth – A Study with special reference to ITES Sector published in

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Dr. RajeeshViswanathan, Yasam Lakshmi Narayana Reddy, Dr S Thiyagarajan Purpose–Performanceappraisalisusedinternationallytoimproveemployeeperformance.However,doubtsexist abouttheeffectiveness ofperformanceappraisal.This studyaimstoanalyse the factors that which hinders the effective performance appraisal system in an organization. Further, thestudyaimstoexaminethe impact of effective performance appraisal with regards to organizational growth and development. Design/methodology/approach–Questionnaire method has been adopted and a sample of 315 have been collected from ITES and IT Sectors in Chennai and Pondicherry. Chi Square and Corelations test have been done. Findings–The resultsindicatethat effective performance appraisal practice leads to organizational productivity as well as reducing of employee attrition rate and enhancing of employee engagement. Organizations need to adopt transformational leadership style then transactional leadership
STOCK MARKET PREDICTION AND FORECASTING TECHNIQUES: A SURVEY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Yuvraj M.Wadghule*, Prof. Sonawane V. R This paper surveys recent literature in the area of Neural Network, Data Mining, Hidden Markov Model and Neuro - Fuzzy system used to predict the stock market fluctuation. Neural Networks and Neuro - Fuzzy systems are identified to be the leading machine learning techniques in stock market index prediction area. The Traditional techniques are not cover all the possible relation of the stock price fluctuations. There are new approaches to known in - depth of an analysis of stock price variations. NN and Markov Model can be used exclusively in the finance markets and forecasting of stock price. In this paper , we propose a forecasting method to provide better an accuracy rather traditional method. Forecasting stock return is an important financial subject that has attracted researchers’ attention for many years. It involves an assumption that fundamental infor mation publicly available in the past has some predictive relationships to the future stock returns
A Comparative Study on Performance Evalution of Eager versus Lazy Learning Methods? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Solomon Getahun Fentie, Abebe Demessie Alemu, Bhabani Shankar D. M.? Classification is one of the fundamental tasks in data mining and has also been studied extensively in statistics, machine learning, neural networks and expert systems over decades. Naïve Bayes, k-nearest, and decision tree are the most commonly known classification algorithms ever used in different researches. In this study, the performance evaluation of eager (naïve Bayes, ADTree) and lazy (IBk, KStar) classification algorithms are experimented. Our findings show that based on the evaluation metrics precision, recall, F-measure and accuracy, eager learners are slow in training but faster at classification than lazy classification algorithms because they constructs a generalization model before receiving any new tuples to classify. Moreover, based on our investigation eager learners outperform the lazy learners in their accuracy.
AN INTEGRAL STUDY ON MISSING VALUE DATA IMPUTATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S.Swetha* Imputation is the process of replacing missing data with substituted values. Missing data can create problems for analyzing data, imputation is seen as a way to avoid pitfalls involved with list wise deletion of cases that h ave missing values. That is to say, when one or more values are missing for a case affects the representativeness of the results [1]. Once all missing values have been imputed, the data set can then be analyzed using standard techniques for complete data. Many theories have been proposed for missing data computation but the majority of them introduce large amounts of bias. A very few techniques to deal with missing data include: hot deck and cold deck imputation; list wise and pair wise deletion; mean imput ation; regression imputation; last observation carried forward; stochastic imputation; and multiple imputation. This paper reviews missing value data imputation methods for analyzing missing data, including basic concepts and applications of imputation te chniques
New Media Aur Doorasth Shiksha Ka Samaveshi Vikas published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Effect of Administration of Lab Isolated L.Plantarum from GI Tract of Guinea Fowl on Intestinal Histomorphometry in Broilers published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Vineetha P.G., Simmi Tomar, Deepthi VijayK, Sreelekshmy Mohandas The study was aimed to investigate the effect of feed supplements viz: Lactobacillus plantarum (lab isolate from gastrointestinal tract of Guinea fowl), Lactobacillus acidophilus (NCDC, Karnal) and in- feed antibiotic bacitracin methylene disalicylate (BMD) on intestinal histomorphometry in broilers. During the entire experimental period of 35 days in broilers, four treatment groups were provided with different dietary treatments (T1-basal diet (Control-1), T2-Antibiotic growth promoter BMD @ 20g /100kg feed (Control-2), T3 - 1x108cfu of L.acidophilus/gm fermented feed +MOS @ 1g /kg feed T4-1x108 cfu of lab isolated L.plantarum (L.I.L.p) /gm fermented feed+ MOS @ 1g /kg feed. There were 20 birds per each treatment group in Guinea fowl and 25 chicks in broilers. Histomorphological examination of duodenum, ileum of broilers fed different dietary treatments was conducted at 35th day of experiment. Six birds from each group were sacrificed and sections of intestine were cut and processed for histomorphological study and slides were prepared and examined using an optical microscope. In terms of histomorphology of duodenum was concerned, duodenal villous height (VH) and crypt depth (CD) was significantly higher for T4 and T3 and lowest values obtained for antibiotic fed T2 group. Whereas, ileal villous height didn’t show any significant difference among treatment groups. Ileal crypt depth was lowest for antibiotic supplemented T2 group over the other three groups. Duodenal villous height:crypt depth ratio was highest for T4 and T3 over T2 and control birds T1. The increment in the height of villi and villous height crypt depth ratio in Lactobacillus plantarum fed T4 group in broilers suggests that guinea fowl specific lab isolated L.plantarum may be used in commercial broiler production for improving growth by augmenting digestion and absorption of nutrients by modifying intestinal histomorphology.
PRESCRIBING PATTERN OF DRUGS USED IN TONSILLITIS PATIENTS OF OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF TERTIOARY CARE HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajesh Kumar Suman*, Ipseeta Ray Mohanty*, Rakesh Kumar**, Y A Deshmkh* Objective: The present Study was undertaken to evaluates the baseline data on Drugs used in acute tonsillitis. Method: Questionnaires based Performa was specifically designed to collect the prescribing information from ENT Out patients. The performa contain Demographic data of patients, Diagnosis of disease and Drug regimen.Result: A total 110 prescriptions of patients were analysed who had confirmed diagnosis of Tonsililitis from ENT OPD Department. Maximum patients were patients were of the age group between 1 – 10 yr (39.09%). Incidence male(55%) were higher than female(45%). The total 495 drug were prescribed. Average drug per prescription was 4.95. Mong total 495, 110(22.22%) antibiotic were prescribed. Most common antibiotic prescribed were Combination of Amoxicillin + Clavulinic Acid (43.63%) followed by Amoxicillin+Cloxacillin(25.45%) etc. The common drug prescribed was Antiinfective: Bitadine gargle (25.97%), followed by Multivitamin (25.97%), Analgesic: Diclofenac (24.6%), etc. Among 110 patients, only 15 patients were sent For Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern Testing. Common Organism isolated were Streptococcus, Pseudomonas, and Klabsiella sp. Conclusion: The present study showed most common drug prescribed were Anti-infective gargle, Analgesic, Multivitamin and Amoxicillin +Clavulinic acid combination of antibiotic. Prescribed by brand name is still matter of concern.
ESSAYS OF TEMIRGALI NURTAZUN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Bazar Anassovna Rakhmetova This article deals with ideological-artistic, stylistic, thematic features of essays of outstanding scholar, critic and writer Temirgali Nurtazin.
Evaluation of Antinuclear Antibody in Connective Tissue Disorders published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Ashish Patel, Dr.Dipika Sathvara, Dr.Himanshu Patel, Dr.C.Chakrabarti Connective tissue disorders (CTD) are a group of autoimmune disorders which are characterized by presence of antinuclear antibodies (ANA) in the blood of patients. Although lower amounts of these antibodies can be seen in the normal population as well, a spurt in titers is seen in patients of CTD. Not only are these antibodies involved in the disease pathogenesis, but they also constitute the basis for diagnosis and treatment of CTD. In the present cross-sectional study, 100 clinically suggestive Patients of connective tissue disorders and 100 normal patients were selected. All samples were analyzed for ANA by ELISA method. Sensitivity and specificity of ANA test by ELISA is 87% and 91% respectively. Thus to conclude, it appears that the ELISA assay for ANA is suitable as a preliminary investigation for the diagnosis of Connective tissue disorders. Being technically simpler, less subjective, and faster it could be particularly useful in laboratories screening large numbers of samples.
Effect of Firm Attributes on Return on Asset of Listed Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Irom Marvis Irom, Okpanachi Joshua, M. Nma Ahmed, A. Tope Emmanuel The profitability of manufacturing companies does not only play the role of improving the market value of that specific company but also leads to the overall growth of the whole sector which translate to improvement on profit level that could be attributable to characteristics possessed by firms. It is on this the study examines the effect of firm attributes on the return on assets of listed companies in Nigeria for a period of five years. The population and sample size of this study comprises of all the 41 listed manufacturing companies in the Nigerian Stock Exchange as at 31 December, 2016. The result of random effect regression provides evidence that all firm attributes apart from operating expenses and firm size had a negative and significant effect on return on asset. Based on this result, the study recommends that listed manufacturing firms should reduce firm size and operating expenses so as to increase the return on assets of their firms and short term cash should not be channeled to fund capital asset.
SHORTEST DISTANCE BASED EDGE SERVERS SELECTION IN CONTENT DELIVERY NETWORK USING BRANCH AND BOUND published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kumar Mondal*, Enakshmi Nandi, Payel Ray, Debabrata Sarddar Handle on demand network popularity of the Content Delivery Network and solve the flash crowd problem, caching web content at the internet‘s edge server has been emerged. To provide faster service of the web users, content come from nearby edge servers. Therefore nearest edge server finding of a particular web user is an open research problem and it ensures a faster response time and download time of the requested content due to reduced latency
Isolation and Identification of Fungi Located in Horse Manure published in

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Sahar Ghazi Imran, Nada Sabah Razuqi, Ghazi M.Aziz The present study was included the isolation and identification of fungi located in horse manure were collected from horses located in the Equestrian Club in Jadriya – Baghdad during fourmonths (July .August,September. and October). Fifty samples of horse manure were collected belonging to sixteen genera were isolated using Plating technique. Aspergillus genus was the most frequent and occurrence (98%), followed byRhizopus (86%) and Mucor (78%).the less frequent and occurrence distribution between theMonillia (52%) .Absidia(18%)andSyncephylum(14%).
UNIQUE DATA MINING APPROACH TO PREDICT PLACEMENT CHANCE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. G Suganthi*, Mr. ASHOK M V Data mining is an effective methodology, which can be used to analyze large amount of data to produce hidden patterns and relationships. The main idea proposed is analyzing the law student’s historical data and predicting the appropriate, qualitative specialization chances. A student enters his/her rank, gender, sector and reservation category, and this model predicts specialization that suits for entered student as example with criminal law as E(excellent) and civil law as P(poor) based on the entered information. Different algorithms were applied for same set of data and comparison will be made in terms of accuracy, precision and truth positive rate. This paper will work for law students selecting a best specialization for them which ensures best carrier based on data entered. A model is proposed where in a latest algorithm, one from each different category of models such as clustering, classification and association models are selected and applied on the same dataset. Hence the name CCA model. Rock algorithm from Clustering, Naïve baye’s from classification and frequent pattern algorithm from Association models are selected. These algorithms are applied, to predict accurately one among the various courses offered which predict better placement chances. Student will enter Rank, Gender, Category and Sector and the model will give answer in terms of Excellent [E], Good [G], Average [A] and Poor [P] for the data entered. Algorithms are compared in terms of precision, accuracy and truth positive rate. From the results obtained it is found that the Clustering model predicts better in comparison with other two models. This work will help the students in selecting a best course suitable for them which ensure better placement based on the data entered.
Effect of weed management on yield, quality and weed parameters in dill seed (Anethum graveolens L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.K. MEENA, L.J. DESAI1, SHAUKATALI* AND SHIVPRAKASH NAGAR An experiment was conducted on loamy sand soil of Instructional Farm, Department of Agronomy, C.P. College of Agriculture, S.D. Agricultural University, Sardarkrushinagar (Gujarat) during the Rabi season of 2011-12 on weed control study in dill seed (Anethum graveolens L.) in Randomized Block Design (RBD) with four replications and 10 weed control treatments comprised viz., T1 : Pendimethalin @ 0.5 kg ha-1 PE, T2 : Pendimethalin @ 1.0 kg ha-1 PE, T3 : Pendimethalin @ 0.5 kg ha-1 PE + one hand weeding after 30 DAS, T4 : oxadiargyl @ 50 g ha-1 PoE at 20 DAS, T5 : oxadiargyl @ 75 g ha-1 PoE at 20 DAS, T6 : Pendimethalin @ 0.5 kg ha-1 PE + oxadiargyl @ 50 g ha-1 PoE at 20 DAS, T7 : Pendimethalin @ 0.5 kg ha-1 PE + oxadiargyl @ 75 g ha-1 PoE at 20 DAS, T8 : Weed free, T9 : Weedy check and T10 : Farmers practice (One hand weeding + one interculturing at 30 DAS). Results indicated that significantly maximum grain yield of 1294 kg ha-1 and stover yield of 2255 kg ha- 1 were recorded in the treatment weed free. The treatment involving weed free resulted in significantly highest oil content of (3.95 per cent) and oil yield (51.12 kg ha-1). Besides weed free condition, application of pendimethalin @ 0.5 kg ha-1 (PE) + oxadiargyl @ 75 g ha-1 PoE at 20 DAS was found more effective in reducing the weed population at periodically (viz., grassy, broad leaved and sedges) and resulted in to lowest dry weight of weeds (18.86 g m-2), highest weed control efficiency (81.71 %) as well as lowest weed index (6.13 %). Treatment pendimethalin @ 0.5 kg ha-1 (PE) + oxadiargyl @ 50 g ha-1 PoE at 20 DASwas found equally effective with this respect.
Effect of inorganic fertilizer (nitrogen) and bio-fertilizer (Azospirillum) on growth and flowering in African marigold (Tagets erecta L.) cv. PUSA NARANGI GAINDA published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
HIMANSHU KAUSHIK, J.P. SINGH, BRAJ MOHAN*, RAJBEER AND NATHIRAM The present investigation was conducted atHorticulture Research Farm, Department of Horticulture, Gochar Mahavidyalya,Rampur Maniharan, during the year 2010-2011. The experiment was laid out in Randomized Block Design, consisting of 9 treatments with control. Two levels of Azospirillum, i.e.1.5kg/ha and 2kg/ha and two levels of nitrogen, i.e. 100 Kg/ha and 150 kg/ha with one control were taken. All growth and flowering attributes are significantly affected with the application of nitrogen and biofertilizer.The maximum plant spread(50.82cm), no. of primary braches /plant(16.93), no. of secondary braches /plant(11.27), flower stalk length(8.58cm), flower diameter (5.56cm), no. of flower/ plant(19.54), weight of 5 flowers(164.32) and earlier flowering (52.48) was recorded at the treatment A2 (Azospirillum 2kg/ha), while the plant height(69.55cm) was recorded under the treatment N2 (nitrogen 150kg/ha) and earlier no. of days taken to seed ripening(107.54) was recorded at A1(Azospirillum 1.5kg/ha) as comparison to individual treatment and control
The Relationship of Clothing with Personal Identity of Different Clothing Style Personalities among Working Women published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Bakht Shahida Gillani, Syeda Kaniz-i-Fatima Haider, Farzan Ali Jan This study examined how clothing choices are influenced by personal identity. The purpose of this study was to find out relationship of clothing with personal identity among different clothing style personalities. A convenience sample of 300 employed women from Govt., semi Govt., and private colleges, schools, offices and hospitals was selected for the study. In the first phase, women of six clothing style personalities were selected by a questionnaire based on six different choices of clothes and accessories. In the second phase, they were investigated for finding the relationship between their clothing choices and personal identity. A self constructed questionnaire was used for this purpose. Classic, Dramatic, and Natural Style Personalities scored higher on the scale than Romantic, Ingénue, and Gamin Style Personalities. To test the hypothesis, t-test was used that showed significance between Classic Style, Dramatic Style, and Natural Style Personalities (group-I) and Romantic Style, Ingénue Style and Gamin Style Personalities (group-II). It was found by this study that our clothing choices are directly related to personality traits. The study will help people to get information about clothing concept; how clothing will be related to personality impressions and judgments.
BASAL CELL ADENOMA OF MAJOR SALIVARY GLAND WITH REVIEW OF LITERATURE published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
Banushree C Srinivasamurthy, Swagatika Senapati, Nagarajan K, Arpita Saha Basal cell adenoma is a rare benign epithelial tumor of the salivary gland that derives its name from the basaloid appearance of the tumor cells, accounting for 1–2% of all salivary gland epithelial tumors. We report a case of elderly female with a gradually progressive swelling in the pre auricular region for 1year. Fine needle aspiration cytology of the lesion was inconclusive but its classical histopathological features made a confirmed diagnosis of basal cell adenoma.
New Mathematical Relationship of Dependance of Dynamic Viscosity of Absolute Temperature for Sunflower Oil published in

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Ioana Stanciu Rheology of vegetable oils is concerned with how oil responds to applied forces and deformations. The basic parameters of the stress (force per area) and strain (bending length), are essential for all rheological assessments for sunflower oil. The fundamental parameter in study rheological behavior of a vegetable oil is viscosity. This article proposes three relationships of dependence of the natural logarithm of dynamic viscosity with temperature for sunflower oil. The purpose of this study was to find a linear, polynomial or exponential dependence between temperature and natural logarithm dynamic viscosity of sunflower oil, using the Andrade equation changes. Equation constants A, B and C were determined by fitting linear, polynomial or exponential.
2D AND 3D QSAR STUDY OF QUINOLINE DERIVATIVES AS ANTITUBERCULAR AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sarita Ahirwar1*, Priyadarshini Agarwal2 and Pradeep Patra3 Tuberculosis (TB) remains the leading cause of mortality due to bacterial pathogen Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. There is also a considerable effort to discover and develop newer substituted quinoline. In this research article the 2D QSAR of quinoline derivatives is done with the help of Vlife MDS 3.5 Software and 2D QSAR of 35 compound were done by using PLS Method and statistical values of the best model is r2( 0.9182),q2( 0.8160).and 3D statistical values of the model is r2(0.6422), Pred_r2 (0.6198) Thus above stated work can be further used for the designing of new potent antitubercular drugs.
Evaluating the Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Municipal Solid Waste in Coimbatore City, Tamilnadu published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
P. Shanthi, P. Meena Sundari and T. Meenambal Municipal solid waste management (MSWM) is one of the major environmental problems of Indian cities. Improper management of municipal solid waste (MSW) causes hazards to inhabitants. Various studies reveal that about 90% of MSW is disposed of unscientifically in open dumps and landfills, create problems to public health and the environment. This paper presents an assessment of the existing situation of municipal solid waste management (MSWM) in Coimbatore city. The quantity and composition of MSW vary from place to place, and bear a rather consistent correlation with the average standard of living. Field investigations were carried out for quantification, analysis of physico chemical composition, and characterization in disposal site. Studies carried out in these places have revealed that there are many shortcomings in the existing practices used in managing the MSW. These shortcomings pertain mainly to inadequate manpower, financial resources, implements and machinery required for effectively carrying out various activities for MSWM. Various adopted treatment technologies for MSW are critically reviewed, along with their advantages and limitations. The study is concluded with a few fruitful suggestions, which may be beneficial to encourage the competent authorities/researchers to work towards further improvement of the present system.
OPTIMAL LOCATION OF TCSC AND SVC DEVICES TO ENHANCE POWER SYSTEM SECURITY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D.Sharmila*, Dr.R.Medeswaran Contingency analysis in power system security is an important tasks in emerging energy management systems. Contingency ranking using the performance index value is a method for the line outages in a system, which ranks the first highest performance index line and proceeds in a descending manner based on the calculated PI values for all the line outages. Contingencies results in voltage limit violations and overloading of lines. FACTS devices are used to enhance the security of power system by minimizing or eliminating the number of lines overloaded and violating the bus voltage limit. It is necessary to optimally locate these devices in the power system because of the high capital investment cost. In this paper, single contingency analysis for the considered test system has been performed, based on which the contingency ranking is done. Based on contingency ranking, locations of TCSC and SVC are chosen, and the effects of these FACTS devices after contingency condition have been studied. The effect of the proposed controller has been tested on Modified IEEE 30 bus system using MATPOWER 5.1.
Prevalence, Antibiotic Susceptibility Pattern and Demographic Factors Related to Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Lahore, Pakistan published in

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Hassan A K1, Mohammad M2, Humera K2, Samina N2, Ahmed A K1, Fridoon J A3, Riffat M3,4 Background: Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is important nosocomial pathogen which has elevated morbidity and mortality rates. Objectives: The aim of our study was to find out the present scenario of prevalence, antibiotic susceptibility pattern and the demographic factors such as age and gender related to MRSA in different wards of tertiary hospital. Methods: Staphylococcus aureus was isolated from fifty one clinical specimens at Mayo hospital, Lahore and were subjected to in vitro sensitivity against various antimicrobials by using Kirby Bauer disc diffusion method. Results: Out of total S. aureus isolated 55% were found to be resistant with methicillin/oxacillin. Most of the MRSA specimens were also found to be susceptible to vancomycin, whereas most were found resistant to ampicillin. Majority of MRSA were isolated from blood samples (31%) followed by pus samples (28%). Most MRSA isolates were seen in the patients admitted in medical wards (32%) followed by dermatology (18%). Conclusions: Vancomycin is losing its effectiveness against methicillin resistant strains of S. aureus, as one vancomycin resistant sample was also isolated during the study. Prevalence of MRSA found elevated which was evident as more prevalent in males as compare to females, and 30-39 years age group was found to be more affected. Medical ward had most of the MRSA patients followed by dermatology. Improved diagnostic techniques can produce better results by promoting targeted therapy. Laws should be devised which will keep a check on the antibiotic prescriptions made by doctors.
A Method for the Determination of Backup/Primary Relay Pairs for Coordination of Directional Relays published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
N. A. Laway A novel method is developed to determine the backup/primary relay pairs for use in relay coordination programmes. Backup/primary relay pairs are essential for determining setting of directional overcurrent relays and directional distance relays in a multi-loop complex power transmission system. The algorithm developed is based upon the powerful network scanning capabilities of the linked list type of data structure known as LINKNET. The method developed has been applied to fi nd the coordinating relay pairs for the IEEE 14-bus, the SPC 26-bus, the IEEE 57-bus and the IEEE 118-bus power transmission systems with encouraging results.
PHARMACOGNOSTIC EVALUATION AND GASTROINTESTINAL ACTIVITY OF DRYOPTERIS FILIX-MAS (L.) SCHOTT (DRYOPTERIDACEAE) published in

Ewemen Journal of Herbal Chemistry & Pharmacology Research (EJHCPR)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
*UWUMARONGIE Henry O., ENIKE Monica A. and BAFOR Enitome E. Dryopteris filix-mas have many and varied ethno-medicinal uses, especially its use in the treatment of worm infections and diarrhoea. Hence, this study to evaluate some pharmacognostic parameters and gastrointestinal activity of the methanol leaf extract of D. filix-mas. Pharmacognostic evaluation of the leaf was done using standard methods of analysis while the gastrointestinal activity of the extract was evaluated using gastrointestinal transit time, enteropooling and castor oil induced diarrhoea models in rodents. Results of the phytochemical tests showed the presence of glycosides, tannins, flavonoids and steroids in the leaf extract. Quantitative evaluation revealed that Total ash was 9.80%, Acid insoluble ash (0.61%), Water insoluble ash value (1.02%), Moisture content (11.25%), Water extractive value (0.26%), Methanol extractive value (0.82%) and Ethanol extractive value (l.14%). Proximate analysis of the crude drug gave 1.52 % protein, 30.08 % fibre, 2.70 % lipid and 51.46 % carbohydrate. Sodium (200 mg/kg), Potassium (9700 mg/kg), Calcium (6000 mg/kg), Phosphorus (800 mg/kg), Chloride (179.24 mg/kg), Zinc (3.95 mg/kg) and Manganese (0.85 mg/kg) were found to be present. Lead, Chromium, Nickel and Cadmium were not detected. The methanol extract produced a significant (p = 0.05) dose - dependent decrease in the gastrointestinal transit time when compared with control (10% Tween 80 solution) and also caused a reduction in intestinal fluid volume. The in-vivo antidiarrhoeal index (ADI in-vivo) of 20.63% produced by the extract (700 mg/kg) was higher than the 16.79% produced by loperamide (2 mg/kg). The results showed that the methanol extract of D. filix-mas possess antidiarrhoeal activity, possibly mediated by the reduction of gastrointestinal peristalsis and contains useful phytochemicals which may be responsible for the observed activity. Also, some useful pharmacognostic standards have been established. Keywords: Dryopteris filix-mas, Pharmacognostic standards, Gastrointestinal activity, Rodents.
STUDY OF INTRA TESTICULAR REGULATIONS OF SPERMATOGENESIS DIFFERENTIATION BY EX-VIVO APPROACH published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Adaika, B. Barenton and P. Durand The aim of this work is to study the regulation of intratesticular during spermatogenesis ex vivo. To highlight the progress of spermatogenesis ex vivo, we developed two cell culture systems of seminiferous tubules to study the role of local factors that control the proliferation and differentiation of male germ cells. Our studies are based on two main techniques: RT-PCR and RNA extraction to examine changes in the expression of some growth factors in the culture of seminiferous tubules as the SCF, c- Kit and TGFß. The results show, using RT-PCR, that expression of SCF, c-Kit and TGFb is probably not involved in the alterations of spermatogenesis ex vivo. Indeed, their expressions are not modified during three weeks of culture, and their expressions depend on the proportion of cells where they are expressed. Our results also show that clusterin is a marker of Sertoli cells in the culture of seminiferous tubules and its expression is not altered by the presence of germ cells.
MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF TWO-STAGE SOIL RIPPER published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sagat Zhunisbekov;Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov The article discusses the design of a Ripper with trajectory movement of the working body, which allows to reduce resistance loosening, increase the collapse of the soil and improve the performance of the Ripper.
Remittances of the Overseas Marine Service Workers to the Philippines: Implications to Good Governance published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
VIVIAN B. FLORES Using the Network Governance theory, this study describes the remittances of the Overseas Marine Service Workers (OMSWs) and assesses its implication to good governance. Since OMSW remittances are mandatory, the Philippine government recognizes only the formal channels of money transfer system to the Philippines. However, some OMSWs are sending cash to their families in the Philippines through the informal channels for the reasons of emergency, speed, friendships and cost. OMSW cash remittances to their respective families are primarily spent on education, food, and health as part of the regular monthly household and family expenditure items. Recipient family members prioritize the purchase of real estate properties, income-generating investments such as micro-enterprises and agricultural lands, clothes, motorcycle or cars. Part of the cash remittances received is also spent during Christmas celebrations; however, low priority is given to spending money on birthdays, fiestas and other occasions of lesser cultural significance to the family. A minimal number of the respondents donate a portion of the money to the barangay and school. On the other hand, a portion of the cash remittances received is not spent, but kept as savings for the family. The study further reveals that good governance (e.g. accountability, transparency, participation and rule of law) does not actually have any direct effect on the OMSWs' and their families overseas remittance- related transaction and experiences, either with the formal channels or informal mechanisms.
Incidence of Retained Placenta in Ruminants and its Treatment by Rural Farmers in Northern Ghana published in

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Alenyorege B, Mensah K. A study was conducted to assess the level of incidence of retained placenta in ruminants and to identify how farmers treat retained placenta in affected animals in Northern Ghana. Data from 100 livestock keepers were collected through personal interviews. Focus group discussions were also held to obtain information on materials used in treating retained placenta by farmers. The data were tallied according to specie of animal and season of occurrence. A test of significance for differences in prevalence using t-test and chi-square of SPSS version 16.0 was used. Incidence of retained placenta was low in the study area (8.24% vrs. the normal of about 14%), but significantly higher in goats (11.01%) and sheep (10.45%) compared to cattle (7.06%),Season of birth had significant effects on incidence of retained placenta in cattle only with late dry season incidence of 67.5 %. This was significantly higher(X2 =7.901; P=0.048) than the rest of the season. Sixteen ethno-veterinarymedicines were identified by rural farmers and used in treating retained placenta. Twelve of these were of plant sources. The most used were Vernonia amygdalina(18.5%),wissadula amphissma (16.1%) and Adansonia digitata(7.4%).While four were none-plant sources with the most commonly used of them being common salt (NaCl). The plant parts utilized for treatment were mainly roots (42%) and leaves (34%).These results showed that Ethno-veterinary medicine is very important in the treatment of retained placenta in ruminants in the study area.
Designing of indowestern garments by using tantric motifs published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MANJALI SHARMAAND NAINA GARG The study was undertaken to add new and interesting ideas, which can break monotony and give a touch of novelty in construction of garments by using the tantric motifs. It was revealed from the data that the entire garments developed with tantric motifs in black and white colour were marketable and liked by the respondents, to fulfill the above purpose and design of dresses were selected by researchers themselves. After that tantric motifs were collected from primary and secondary sources then design sheets were developed with selected motifs. These design sheets were evaluated by 50 respondents which included students and faculty members of Home Science Department. The selected designs were used for development of garments comprising of stencil printing. The garments developed were evaluated on the basis preference of motifs, placements of motifs, stencil printing used and overall aesthetic appeal by using 3 point scale method. It was concluded from the data that designing of black and white garments with tantric motifs with stencil printing were preferred by the consumers
Composition, Distribution, Fishing Activities, and Physico-Chemical Characteristics: The Case of Jemma and Wonchit Rivers, Amhara Region, Ethiopia published in

Global Journal of Allergy

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Dereje Tewabe*, Birhan Mohamed, Mihret Endalew and Binyam Hailu The distribution of fish species in Jemma and Wonchit Rivers was studied from November 2012 to May 2014 based on samples collected during wet and dry seasons using gillnets of 60, 80, 100, 120 and 140 mm stretched mesh sizes. Labeobarbus intermedius, Labeobarbus nedgia, Heterobranchus longifilis, Bagrus docmak, Varicorhinus beso and Oreochromis niloticus are commercially important fish species found in both rivers of the pooled experimental fish catch. But, Synodontis schall, Ramias loti, Labeo forskhalii, Tilapia rendelii, Mormyrus kannume and Bagrus bajad are found in river Jemma only. The high level of pH in Wonchit (9.14) may be lethal for some of the fishes that found in the river. The pH in Jema (8.79) might indicate higher productivity of water, but it is very approximate to the higher limit. The most likely explanations for the fishing activity of fish species are the increase of the illegal commercial plant poisoning material used for fishing activities that seriously affects the riverine fishery of the surroundings. Fishery targeting their aggregations in the pooled, and the increasing trend of the degradation of spawning and nursery habitats by poisoning plant in the water pooled area should be protected. This means, there should be a need for urgent development of a management plan focusing on ensuring sustainable utilization of a resource. Control the production grounds of Millettia ferruginea poisoning plant from its source and its market is important.
STRUCTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SOME TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES OF NITRO DERIVATIVE OF PHENYLAZO-ETHYLACETOACETATE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Harmeet Kaur Kohli* and Dr. A. Y. Desai Nitro phenylazoethyl acetoacetate complexes of the type M(NO2-PAEA)n, where M is ZrO(IV), Th(IV), Zn(II) and Cd(II), n is the valency of the metal, and NO2-HPAEA is nitro phenylazoethyl acetoacetate, have been synthesized and characterized. Complexes were isolated in solid state and characterized from elemental analysis, magnetic studies, UV-visible, IR and NMR data. The elemental analysis confirms the assigned stoichiometries. The stereochemistries of the complexes were ascertained using magnetic studies, uv- visible diffusive reflectance, IR and 1H NMR. The present paper describes synthesis and characterization and biological studies of these complexes. The complexes are found to have striking structural features. In these complexes, the phenylazo group (C6H5N2) exhibits bidentate character and co-ordinates with the metal through the phenylazo and methylketo groups. Metal- Ligand ratio is found to be 1:2. ZrO(IV)complex is square pyramidal, Th(IV) has octahedral geometry whereas Zn(II) and Cd(II) are found to have tetrahedral geometry respectively.
‘That was the night I became an insomniac’: Trauma in Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sudesna Som A physician by profession, Khaled Hosseini became a popular name in the field of contemporary English literature, with the publication of his first novel The Kite Runner in 2003. Written against the background of Afganistan- a country nearly destroyed by constant war and terrorism, the novel succeeds to appeal both to our emotion and intellect. Besides rediscovering eternal humane bonds like love or friendship, this multilayered fiction delves deeper into human psyche and records the terrible sufferings one undergoes in the face of unspeakable traumatic events. This paper attempts to explore the ramifications of the protagonist’s trauma and his ultimate freedom from it with the help of modern trauma theories
Oblong Mean Prime Labeling of Some Tree Graphs published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Sunoj B S | Mathew Varkey T K The labeling of a graph, we mean assign some integers to the vertices or edges (or both) of the graph. Here the vertices of the graph are labeled with oblong numbers and the edges are labeled with mean of the end vertex labels. Here the greatest common incidence number (gcin) of a vertex of degree greater than one is defined as the greatest common divisor of the labels of the incident edges. If the gcin of each vertex of degree greater than one is 1, then the graph admits oblong mean prime labeling. Here we characterize some tree graphs for oblong mean prime labeling. Sunoj B S | Mathew Varkey T K"Oblong Mean Prime Labeling of Some Tree Graphs" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8375.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/combinatorics/8375/oblong-mean-prime-labeling-of-some-tree-graphs/sunoj-b-s
Sarcomatoid Variantof Malignant Mesothelioma-A Case Report published in

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Dr.M.VijayaSree,Dr.P.Annapurna,Dr.G.Sailabala,Dr.C.Padmavathi Devi Sarcomatoid mesothelioma is the least common but the most aggressive of the three major histological types of the mesotheliomas.Most tumors were pleural. Asbestos fibreswere significantly higher in the sarcomatoid cases. Patients with this malignancy generally do not have a complete response. Malignant mesotheliomas pose both the diagnostic and a treatment challenge. The extremely long latency from a time of initial asbestos exposure to tumor development and the lack of effective modes of therapy are barriers to eradicating the disease.
Water Quality Measuring and Monitoring: A Survey published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
T. Umamaheswari | Dr. M. Newlin Rajkumar | R. Tharani | S.Rajalakshmi Water is important resource in our life. It plays vital role in our human life, animals and eco system.But, Now-a-days water had polluted due to human activities. For that purpose, it is important to measure and monitor the quality of water. This survey describes, what the techniques available to measure are and monitor quality of water. T. Umamaheswari | Dr. M. Newlin Rajkumar | R. Tharani | S.Rajalakshmi"Water Quality Measuring and Monitoring: A Survey" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5833.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/5833/water-quality-measuring-and-monitoring-a-survey/t-umamaheswari
A Review on: Video Streaming using Cloud Computing Based on Android Application published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Miss. Shailja S. Panhalkar | Mr. H. P. Khandagale In real life there is need to capture and share all special event. If there is multi attendee then the existing have some problem .The proposed system which collects individual video streams captured from same event and they combine into multi view videos. In this approach viewers can watch the one event from various angels; this is called as Cloud based Multi View Crowdsource Streaming (CMVCS). This approach focus on resource allocation of CMVCS system. Capture the video from one side and simultaneously access that video from anywhere. In this approach the system gives high bandwidth capability for decreasing the delay time. Miss. Shailja S. Panhalkar | Mr. H. P. Khandagale"A Review on: Video Streaming using Cloud Computing Based on Android Application" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12737.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/12737/a-review-on-video-streaming-using-cloud-computing-based-on-android-application/miss-shailja-s-panhalkar
Study of Uric Acid in Patient With Acute Myocardial Infarction published in

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DR. MUKESH N.RATHOD, DR. NEERAJ SINGH,DR SANKET A.VASAVA,DR. DIPEN R. DAMOR,DR. JAINISH MODI • Cardiovascular disease has been known as major health burden worldwide. Incidence of CAD is rapidly increasing in India and other developing countries. CAD is leading cause of cardiovascular mortality worldwide. • There is evidence that high uric acid level is a negative prognostic factor in patients with mild to severe heart failure. Some evidence suggest that uric acid may exert a negative effect on cardiovascular disease by stimulating inflammation, which is clearly involved in pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease. Recent study shows that there was a close co relation between serum uric acid concentration and killip classification in patients of acute myocardial infarction. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1) To asses serum uric acid levels in acute myocardial infarction patients 2) To study changes in serum uric acid levels over a period of 3 days, on day0-at time of admission, day 3-36 to 54 hours after collecting the first sample 3) To associate changes in serum uric with clinical prognosis MATERIALS AND METHODS We studied 100 patients of age more than 18 years who were diagnosed as ST segment elevation acute myocardial infarction (STEMI) on the basis of clinical history, examination, ECG changes, biochemical markers and admitted in ICCU in our hospital during year 2010-2012. All patients were treated with anti IHD treatment and thrombolysed with Streptokinase, if no contraindication present. Serum uric acid level of all the patients was measured on day 0 and day 3. CONCLUSION Serum uric acid level is increased in patients of acute MI. From our study, we can conclude that serum uric acid level in MI patients correlates significantly with the killip grading of the patient and it can be used as a prognostic marker in patients with acute MI.
PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FIBRINOLYTIC ENZYME FROM ASPERGILLUS NIGER. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Pallavi K. Aradhye*, 2Meera D. Chavan Background: Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death for men and women. Heart attack and stroke account for more deaths than all cancers and injuries combined. To sort this problem microbial fibrinolytic enzyme may found the efficient therapeutic treatment. Objective: To isolate and study fibrinolytic enzyme from fungal source. Method: Aspergillus niger was cultivated in milk sabouraud’s broth for the production of proteases. Extraction of enzyme was carried out by filtration. For partial purification acetone precipitation and dialysis preferred. Protease activity was measured with casein and fibrin substrate. Protein concentration was determined by folin Lowry method. Effect of various environmental factors such as temperature, pH and metal ions on enzyme activity was tested. Electrophoresis was performed for molecular weight determination. Fibrinolytic activity studied on fibrin agar plate and blood clot. Result: Maximum enzyme production was achieved in 10 days of incubation at 300C ± 20C; with an initial pH of 5.6 the protein fraction precipitated with 50% acetone had the fibrinolytic activity 64.64U/mg protein. This partial purification was to 4.48 folds. The optimum activity of the enzyme was reached at 400C and pH, 7.0 with 0.5 % of substrate casein concentration. The enzyme activity was enhanced by Ca2+ and Mg2+ but was inhibited by Co, Cu, Zn, and Fe at 1mM concentration. The enzyme showed band at 31 kDa after SDS-PAGE. The enzyme showed clear zone on 1.5% fibrin plate when incubated at 370C for 18 h. Human blood clot lysis checked after 19 h of incubation at 370C. Conclusion: These results indicate production of fibrinolytic enzyme was found to be potent fibrinolytic agent.
WORLD CRISES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 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�
Tetyana Bogolib The article considers the influence of world crises on economic development, possibilities of modern economics, perspectives of stable development concept, recession problems caused by crisis. The conclusion about the level of involvement of different countries into crisis events reflected in the sharp increase of countries suffering from the consequences of every next crisis is grounded. The author accentuates the long–term, stable and quick economic growth on the example of five world economies, (Hong Kong, Korea, Malta, Singapore and Taiwan), the growth of which was quick and stable even in the conditions of crises of 70–es, 80–es and 90–es till the moment when the level of income per person reached the level of developed countries. Factors favoring permanent, stable and quick growth are systematized. It is proved that the countries which commence the realization of the quick growth strategy shall take into account new global problems unknown to their predecessors: increasing misbalance of pricing for goods and raw materials, ageing of world population, weak coordination of the world economic policy. Author comes to conclusion that present global crisis is global political and social crisis, in addition to its economic and financial character. This is the crisis of civilization. Real task connected with this global crisis is to outline new course to the wider and stronger economic stability, social justice and economic stability of world development
Antibacterial Activity of Kaempferol-3-O-Glucoside published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Jasmine Mary, Dr. A. John Merina The fresh flowers of prosopis juliflora belongs to fabaceae family have been found to contain Kaempferol and its glycoside Kaempferol-3-O-glucoside. The structure of the compounds have been ascertained by paper chromatography and UV spectral values. The glycoside isolated from the flowers of prosopis juliflora showed highest antibacterial activity against gram positive organism Staphylococcus aureus and gram negative organism Escherichia coli.
Knowledge Regarding Risk Factors of Cervical Cancer and Visual Inspection of Cervix With Acetic Acid Method (Via) Among Health Personnel in a Selected Hospital at Mangalore, With a View to Prepare an Information Booklet published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
1*Gavandi Sandip, 2Jadhav Santosh, 1Patil Shivanand and 3Sapkale Geeta Researchers throughout the world are focusing intensively on the methods for the development of new drug delivery systems to enhance patient’s compliance. Oral drug delivery remains the most preferred route for administration of various therapeutic agents. Oral delivery (viz., solutions, suspensions, tablets, and capsules) is currently the gold standard in the pharmaceutical industry where it is regarded as the safest, most convenient and most economical method of drug delivery. A Fast dissolving tablet, orally disintegrating tablet or orodispersible tablet (ODT) is a drug dosage form available for a limited amount of over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription medications. ODTs differ from traditional tablets in that they are designed to be dissolved on the tongue rather than swallowed whole. FDDT formulation combines the advantage of both liquid and conventional tablet formulation while also offering advantage over both traditional dosage forms.
Premchand: Sahitiya Ragatmak published in

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SOLUTION OF SOME SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL SYSTEM MAPLE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Yunona Rinatovna Krakhmaleva;Gulzhan Kadyrkhanovna Dzhanabayeva The article considers one of the methods to solve systems of differential equations in the environment of computer algebra.
PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF BARK SKIN OF SARACA INDICA (ASHOKA) AND SHOREA ROBUSTA (SHAL) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Poonam S. Mohod, C. R. Jangde, S. D. Narnaware*, Subhash Raut Shorea robusta (Shal) and Saraca indica (Ashoka) are important traditional Indian medicinal plants used in various ailments and rituals. The use of different parts of these plants like leaves and resins as a medicament for treatment of various inflammatory conditions is well documented in literature. However, the studies on phytochemical constituents and the medicinal properties in the bark skin of these plants are scanty. Initially the bark samples were subjected to macroscopy and microscopy under which organoleptic characters like appearance, size, shape, colour, taste, odour etc. were noted. The aqueous and alcoholic extracts of bark skin of Saraca indica and Shorea robusta were prepared and evaluated for their phytochemical analysis using different methods. The extractability of aqueous and alcoholic extract of bark skin of Saraca indica and Shorea robusta were found to be 20.26%, 18.33% and 30.17%, 24.57% respectively. Phytochemical analysis of both the extracts of Ashoka revealed the presence of tannin, essential oil, terpenoid and steroid whereas both extracts of Shal revealed the presence of tannin, resins, terpenoid, and essential oil.The analgesic properties of bark skin of Ashoka and Shal mentioned in the Ayurveda literature can be attributed to the presence of different bioactive compounds such as alkaloids and steroids as revealed by phytochemical analysis of the present study.
STUDY ON EFFECTS OF COARSE AGGREGATE SIZES ON CONCRETE WITH QUARTZ POWDER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Concrete has under gone many developments based on the studies of influence of both type and composition of cement ,aggregates and admixtures .This paper examines the influence of different proportions of coarse aggregate size on the mechanical properties of concrete,along with an intention of finding a suitable substitute material for the binder.For a concrete of M30 grade two types of aggregate proportion is chosen - Type I constitutes of 33.33% of 20mm,12mm and 10mm each.Type II constitutes of 50% of 20mm,25% of 12mm and 12.5% of 10mm and 6mm each.F rom both the cases of concrete mix, cement will be partially replaced by Quartz powder by 5%,10%,and15% by p ercentage weight of cement. The results obtained proved that the mechanical strength of concrete was more in Type II than in Type I and the nominal concrete mixes,also the results indicated that the characteristic strengths of concrete shows a linear variar tion with increase in quantity of quartz powder. Concrete has under gone many developments based on the studies of influence of both type and composition of cement ,aggregates and admixtures .This paper examines the influence of different proportions of coarse aggregate size on the mechanical properties of concrete,along with an intention of finding a suitable substitute material for the binder.For a concrete of M30 grade two types of aggregate proportion is chosen - Type I constitutes of 33.33% of 20mm,12mm and 10mm each.Type II constitutes of 50% of 20mm,25% of 12mm and 12.5% of 10mm and 6mm each.F rom both the cases of concrete mix, cement will be partially replaced by Quartz powder by 5%,10%,and15% by p ercentage weight of cement. The results obtained proved that the mechanical strength of concrete was more in Type II than in Type I and the nominal concrete mixes,also the results indicated that the characteristic strengths of concrete shows a linear variar tion with increase in quantity of quartz powder.
Waste Separation at Household Level: Comparison and Contrast Among 40 Countries published in

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Nripendra Singh, Agita Livina This study is an outcome of a survey conducted on Fulbright fellows from 40 different countries, who were meeting at a Fulbright Seminar at Reno, Nevada State in the United States. The purpose of the research was to find out the current practices of managing household waste in different parts of the world in order to identify a possible sustainable solution to minimize dumping in landfills. In addition, the study allows us, to understand the systems (laws and regulations) related to recycling and hauling practices in order to create awareness and generate future research ideas. The methodology used is survey conducted on Fulbright fellows from 40 different countries. Short interaction with the respondents and unstructured interviews are the limitations of this study. The results of this paper are useful to gather research ideas on waste systems throughout the world. It will help to establish the relationship between different systems and its reasons. The paper can also help policy makers to incorporate the best practices and develop a sustainable model to manage waste.
THE AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE OF RASAYANA – A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Sriram Chandra Mishra1*, Dr. Anil Kumar Singh2, Dr. Jagadish Prasad Mishra3, Dr. Kalanidhi Hota4 Everyone wants to maintain young and healthy life-span forever but the natural phenomenon of undesirable changes is the inevitable phases of human life. The changes are always degenerative in nature. So it is necessary to rejuvenate the body systems for a better harmony of the Body, Mind and Soul. Ayurveda helps in Maintaining health, Prevention of diseases and also avoid the recurrence of diseases. It counters the aging and its allied ill-effects with three approaches. First it recommends Vayasthapak drugs (age stabilizers) to counter the aging and its adverse effects, secondly by using Jeevaneeya group of herbs (Vitalisers) to rejuvenate the aged body and third by Rasayana therapy (rejuvenative process and formulations) for Jarachikitsa (old age care). The main purpose of Rasayana therapy is to impede the aging process and to delay the degenerative process in the body in terms of special herbs, fruits or any other form of medication that are known to promote positive health and longevity.
Financial Impact of Microfinance on The Nbfc-Mfi Borrowers in Kanchipuram District published in

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Dr. M.S. Meiyappan, Dr. S. Annamalai The author attempted to study the impact of microfinance in Kanchipuram district with special mention to MFI lending. Microfinance, in the recent years recognized and accepted as one of the new development paradigms for alleviating poverty. Kanchipuram district is one of the very active districts in terms of microfinance lending in the state Tamilnadu. Apart from SHG-Bank linkage lending, about 21 microfinance institutions (MFIs) were having their microfinance operation in the selected district. An empirical study was carried out covering all the 13 blocks in the district. The paper highlights the views of the beneficiaries of microfinance institutions lending, on their financial impact. The study proved that Microfinance lending not only has economic impact, but also has financial impact on the beneficiaries
British Education Policy in India: The Legacy Still Continues published in

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Dr. Prasenjit Deb Before the British came to India there was a network of indigenous schools in the name of Maktabs and Pathshalas. The Education Policy of the British Raj developed through three marked stages between the battle of Plassey (1757) and the middle of the nineteenth century viz. i) through the transformation of the British from merchants to rulers, ii) Consolidation of the British power in India and iii) the expansion of British power led to the foundation of an educational system in India which contributed greatly to the emergence of modern India.
Diagnostic Group Socio Behaviors Using Dim Extractions published in

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Mr. M. Namasivayam, Ms. N. Radhika Diagnostic group behaviors is to analyze how the individual person behaves in a social media. The social media comprises n number of peoples can connect to others like family members, friends, colleagues online. The given information about some individuals can be identified by some other persons but we cannot identify some persons with in the same network. A key observation is that the users of the same affiliation tend to connect with each other. This approach leads to scalability problem, by using this Socio Dim approach can simplify this issue; however the socio dim network comprises huge collection of individuals and their behaviors. To scale and study the prediction about all the users this socio dim approach can be easily applied and extracted, As a result the behaviours of a group can be collected, based on the result we can predict the performance of a group and the similarities of one or more persons interests in a network.
RESEARCH OF PHYSICAL PROCESSES AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF COMPOSITION MICA - GLASS OF THE NEW CHEMICAL COMPOSITION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Svetlana Valeryevna Fedorova About fifty years domestic composite material was issued on the basis of the alyumoborosilikatny glass incorporating fluoric connections which are harmful, polluting the atmosphere in the course of cooking and considerably worsening working conditions.
'Honour Killing' the Menace - A case study in Tamil Nadu published in

International Journal of Management Research and Social Science (IJMRSS)

Published by Innovative Research Developers and Publishers (IRDP)
S. Murugananthan Honour killing (inTamil,Gowravakkolaigal) have been considered as a cultural phenomenon practiced by most of the countries. This crime rate in India is more than thousands per year. There are various reasons why family members decide to kill their daughter and son in the name of maintaining their family honour. The most obvious reason for this practice is the caste system. Historically there were many issues in India and Tamil Nadu about the inter-caste marriage. The fact that the caste hierarchy continues to be at its stiff and the people from the rural areas refuse to change their bad notion. Hence, Prevention of honour killings will definitely decrease the number of victims and objective of this case study is focused about inter-caste marriage between Dalit and other communities, and also attempt to eradicate the caste notion from people mind and to take legal action to protect the couple and lovers who ever getting inter-caste marriage.
A Comparative Study of Attenuation of Stress Response to Intubation for Intracranial Surgeries with Labetalol, Nitroglycerine and Xylocard published in

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Dr. Petla Rama Krishna, Dr. C. Surya Narayana INTRODUCTION: The pressure response, which was part of a huge spectrum of stress response, results from the increase in sympathetic and sympathoadrenal activity. A comparison between labetolol, ntroglycerine and xylocardl in suppressing the pressor response for intubation in intracranial surgeries was studied. OBJECTIVE: This study was done to compare the effectiveness of labetalol,nitroglycerine and xylocard in attenuating the pressor responses associated with laryngoscopy and endotracheal intubation in groups belonging to normotensive ASA grade 1, 2 risk surgical patients. MATERIAL: The study was carried out on 80 patients belonging to ASA grade I and II, aged 18 to 45 years, including either gender, scheduled for neuro surgical procedures under general anesthesia. They were divided into 4 groups of 20 patients each, which were receiving normal saline, Labetolol, xylocard and NTG respectively. RESULT: It was concluded that labetalol was more effective in preventing the rise in heart rate and rate pressure product to larngoscopy and intubation than xylocard and nitroglycerine Nitroglycerine was more effective than labetalol and xylocard in attenuating the rise in systolic ,diastolic and mean arterial pressures
Synthesis and Characterization of Layered Double Hydroxides published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
B. Pethe, J.D. Mahale, T.R. Lawankar and D.T. Mahajan* Layered Double Hydroxides (LDH) of like Mg (II) Al-NO3 and Zn(II) Al-NO3 have been prepared by co-precipitation method. They have been characterized by elemental analysis, powder X-ray diffraction, FTIR spectroscopy, TG-DTG and scanning electron microscopy. The X-ray analysis shows that both the cations (M2+ and M3+) were located in same layer and only carbonates and water are in interlayer. 1H-NMR studies revealed that water and carbonates are perpendicular to the layer. TGA analysis indicates formation of stable Mg-Al and Zn-Al metal oxides at 750°C. Various stoichiometric conditions have also been used for the synthesis of compounds.
MATHEMATICAL METHODS OF SOLVING ECONOMIC TASKS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Altynay Nurbolovna Yeshenbekova In this paper we give a solution of one economic objective methods of linear algebra and its computer realization.
ROLE OF STRESS IN PROGRESSION OF MIGRAINE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Shamoon Noushad1&2, Sadaf Ahmed 1&3, Huma Khalid1 , Rida Nasir1 , Ikram Tunio4 & Shaikh Tahir1 The mental and physiological stresses can be an important trigger of migraines & headaches. These strains act to enhance the progression of migraine that could be psychological, physiological stress, Environmental stress or Chemical stress. The population data of 185 people have taken which include the ages from 14-60 years. The data were analyzed by ICHD-II criteria .The duration of the research was from-February 2012 to December 2012.The targeted population were of both genders age ranges 18-25 years. The data have collected in two parts, before examination and during examination. The obtain result shows that the frequency of migraine is higher in women as compare to men. Mostly people were suffering from mild psychological stress that might be periodical stress as approximately 50% people were students who were under examination stress as the exams were about to held. Nutritional stress is another major factor as the high temperature causes dehydration resulted in vasoconstriction resulted in sensation of pain. Environmental stress was an additional cause for students. Physiological stress was also noticed as the main cause that bring about the initiation of migraines period whether it could also leads towards the Menstrual migraine that has a sign of vomiting or nausea. Individual concerns with healthy life patterns and stress free conditions could help a person to reduce or prevent the migraine.
Morphological and Molecular Analysis of Trichuris Species (Nematoda: Trichuridae) From Capra Hircus (L.) in Aurangabad District(M.S.) India. published in

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Ganesh Misal, Sunitaborde, Amolthosar, Sapnalohat In the present work, a morphological and molecular analysis of Trichuris Roederer,1761 (Nematoda: Trichuridae) parasitizing Capra hircus has been carried out. The present nematode islarge in size,head is small, cuticle is transversely striated spicule single,Spicular shaft is funnel-shaped,testis convoluted.Vagina long with thick muscular wall, Uterus is elongated, long, curved, tail bluntly rounded. In molecular analysis of present parasites, the genomic DNA were amplified and sequence. After both the molecular and morphological analysis the nematode is identified as confirmed to be representing genus Trichuris species in Capra hircus.
TO ANALYZE THE CONCEPT OF GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN PAPER INDUSTRY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Renil Rajan*1 & Rahul Charles Francis2 Paper industry is primarily dependent upon forestbased raw materials. Growth of paper industry in India has been constrained due to high cost of production caused by inadequate availability and high cost of raw materials, power cost and concentration of mills in one particular area. Government has taken several policy measures to remove the bottlenecks of availability of raw materials and infrastructure development.This paper explores the outcome in terms of operational performance, of green project partnership in the supply chain management system. Green project partnership, defined here as the degree of interaction between organizations in the supply chain regarding pollution prevention, can take place upstream with the suppliers and downstream with the customers. Using the data from a survey of the paper industry, the linkage between green project partnership and operational performances was analyzed. The results indicate that green project partnership with customers was positively linked to quality, flexibility and environmental performance while partnership with suppliers was associated with better delivery performance.
ARTIFICIAL BLOOD: A LIFE SAVING TOOL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*N M Phadke1, D G Phadtare2, R B Saudagar2 Blood is a specialized body fluid that delivers necessary substances to the body cells such as nutrients and oxygen and transports waste products away from those cells .Artificial blood is a product made to act as a substitute for red blood cells. While true blood serves many different functions, artificial blood is designed for the sole purpose of transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide throughoutthe body. Depending on the type of artificial blood, it can be produced in different ways using syntheticproduction, chemical isolation, or recombinant biochemical technology.Artificial blood is supposed to fulfill some functions of biological blood, especially in humans. The initial goal of oxygen carrying blood substitutes mimics blood’s oxygen transport capacity. There is additional longer range research on true artificial RBCs and WBCs which could theoretically compose a blood substitute with higher fidelity to human blood. The basic approach to make an oxygen therapeutic is using Perfluorocarbons (a chemical compound which can carry and release oxygen).The artificial blood serves to be a good tool for the survival of patients at the time of surgery owing to high blood losses. Therefore the use of PFC solution as a blood substitute can be used to maintain the circulating blood volume as well as the need of the patients.
A STUDY OF MENTAL HEALTH AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF KASHMIRI AND PAKHTOONI SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
NIGHAT BASU,SHABIR AHMAD BHAT,RAKHSHANDA LATEEF The present study was conducted to study the Study Mental Health and Academic Achievement of Kashmiri and Pakhtooni Se condary School Students . 200 sample subjects were selected randomly from two ethnic groups’ viz. Kashmiri and Pakhtooni students (100 Kashmiri and 100 Pakhtooni). The investigators used A.K. Singh and Alpana Sen Gupta Mental Health Battery which is highly valid and reliable tool to collect the data from the field. Certain statistical techniques like percentage, S. D., Mean and t - value were used to analyze the data. The result confirms that there is significant mean diff erence between Kashmiri and Pakhtooni students on their mental health and academic achievement.
A Study on Employee Attrition with Special Reference to Software Company in Bangalore city published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof. R.Murugesan & Prof Dr.T.Vetrivel Abstract The term attrition as the process or state of being gradually worn down. Accordingly the attrition process sometimes starts after a person is employed in an organization and ends when he quits or retires. The process, in a sense, spreads over the entire period of employment that may be a span of about 40 years. But in the modern day business and employment relations attrition is often not a gradual process. this paper tells about the study of employee attrition rate in the Software Company. the objective reveals to find out the level of dissatisfaction among employees towards their job, to identify remedial measures, to reduce attrition at Software Company scope of this paper tells study can help the management to know for which reason employees tend to change their job in this organization through dissatisfaction factors faced in the organization and also help to find out the problems , it provides suggestions and it develop a long term technology strategy while remaining flexible. limitation of the study was restricted only time constraints of the employees would have influenced their responses, research methodology used were percentage method, Karl Pearson’s correlation, chi-square test, it is suggested that global recession and attrition can be taken as an issue for discussion and research can be interpreted that majority of the employees give the opinion for excellent opportunity for complaint and resolution, the paper captures the unique blend of attrition and causes of attrition for organization. Keywords: attrition, voluntary attrition, involuntary attrition, compulsory attrition,
COMPARISION OF EFFECT OF NEBULIZATION WITH DIFFERENT COMBINTIONS OF MEDICATIONS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH WALRI. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K. Blessy lavanya*1, T.Lakshmi vasundhara1, Syed Zahed pasha1, Mr.G.Veeramai1, Dr. S. Chidambaranathan2 AIM: To investigate which of the combination of nebulisation is better when compared to each other in management of WALRI in pediatric patients. METHODOLOGY: This study is conducted for a period of 6months (November 2012 to April 2013) in RMMCH a 1600 bedded tertiary care multispecialty hospital situated in southern India. A total of 65 patients in age group of new born to 12 years are enrolled of these 16 (GROUP A) received Ipratropiumbromide+ Salbutamol+ Budesonide, 13 (GROUP B) received Levosalbutamol sulphate+ Budesonide, 13 (GROUP C) received Ipratropiumbromide+ Salbutamol + Ambroxlo+ Hypertonic solution, 23 (GROUP D) received Ipratropiumbromide+Salbutamol+Budesonide+Ambroxol . The respiratory rate, heart rate, overall clinical conditions(using YALES observation scale), RDAI score were measured before 30 minutes and after 20 minutes of nebulization. Results: Both Group A and Group C shows significant improvement in overall RDAI score whereas Gropu A (Ipratropiumbromide+Salbutamol+Budesonide) shows better improvement in heart rate, respiratory rate, and other clinical conditions. Conclusion: Ipratropiumbromide+Salbutamol+Budesonide is the most effective combination for the treatment of WALRI in pediatric patients.
ADDICTED TO COKE? NO WONDER! published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Debosree Ghosh* Many of us like consuming cold beverages like coke- the carbonated soft drink in bottles and cans, and feel refreshed .At times we just like to have a bottle of coke with no specific reason or for need of dehydration or refreshment or any. It is really strange to know that coke was also serendipity like many other unintended scientific findings. What I mean to say is that coke was actually not invented for the purpose it is being used today. Rather the formula for „Coca-Cola? was an accidental finding by John Pemberton and his lab assistant in 1885. They were actually working on finding a medicine for headache while they came across the formula for coke. It was patented as „French Wine Cola nerve tonic” in the year of its invention. During the civil war, Pemberton was treated with morphine and he got addicted to it. He was in search for a substitute of morphine.
A Study on Women Entrepreneurs in Madurai Region – With Reference to Smes (Small and Medium Enterprises) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sapna Yasim, Dr. K. Sathyamoorthy Women entrepreneurship has been recognised as an important source of economic growth. 'High potential' women entrepreneurs are those who through job creation and widening of markets can boost economic growth. Women entrepreneurs create new jobs for themselves and others and also provide society with different solutions to management, organisation and business problems. There are several schemes of the government at central and state level, which provide assistance for setting up training-cum-income generating activities for needy women to make them economically independent. However, they still represent a minority of all entrepreneurs. The present study thus focuses on the economic and social aspects of women entrepreneurs.
Is Creative Accounting Ethical- An Analysis into the Pros and Cons. published in

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Dr. Amit Kr Nag The use of creative accounting has become a controversial issue since there are parties both in favour and against the use of Creative accounting. While the management has its own arguments in favour of Creative accounting, to resort to the practices of Creative Accounting, its critics are of different opinion and have apprehensions regarding its use. Although it is a controversial topic still studies reveal that the practices of Creative accounting can be judiciously applied with ethical considerations. The present paper attempts to highlight the pros and cons of Creative Accounting by enumerating its importance to various interest groups. The study reveals that Creative Accounting helps to solve many problems which are faced by the management in today’s complicated and dynamic business environment. But owing to the dynamic and complicated nature of the business transactions and the liberty available in the accounting standards and the procedures, it is difficult to handle the issue of creative accounting
Stress Analysis of Field Shaper in ElectroMagnetic Welding published in

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Shanthala K, Dr. T. N. Sreenivasa Field shaper is a practical tool used in electromagnetic welding for influencing the magnetic field and pressure distribution. Magnetic pressure acting on the field shapers induces structural stresses which may lead to its failure. Two types of field shapers, one without radial slit and the other with radial slit are analyzed for static loading condition by classical thick cylinder theory and the results are compared with the numerical solution. Finite element simulation results indicated non uniform stress distribution around the circumference of the field shaper with radial slit.
ANALYTICAL ASSESSMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL, ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CONDITIONS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN UKRAINE 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�
Sergiy Zakharin The article analyses the condition of developing the higher education in Ukraine, determines organizational, economic and financial conditions of higher education system functioning and substantiates proposals on further optimization of development of higher education system. Aim of the article is to highlight the results of researches on the analytical assessment of organizational, economic and financial conditions of development of higher education system in Ukraine. The following methods were used for the research: logical generalization, abstraction, induction and deduction, economic modeling, statistical analysis, expert assessments and analytical comparisons. The following conclusions are substantiated by the research: 1. State policy of higher education development shall be regulated by the current legislation and supported by the sufficient financial resources (budget and out–of–budget). 2. Very important task for developing the market of educational services is definition of labor market demands and formation of the state order for the trainings of employees on specialties and educational levels. 3. Increase of higher education financing is necessary, but insufficient condition for receiving high–quality educational services and achieving high level of competitiveness of graduates of higher educational institutions. 4. State target complex program aimed at including 2–3 Ukrainian universities in the list of world leading universities should be developed and approved (TOP–500). 5. It is necessary to approve on the legislative level the main concepts of higher education as type of economic activity, including the concepts “educational service”, “educational product”, “market of educational services”, etc. 6. To increase the quality of educational services, competitive capacity of higher educational institutions and implement the best European experience of reforming higher educational system in the higher educational system of Ukraine and apply effective mechanisms of forming and regulating educational services, the state shall radically extend the institutional, academic and financial autonomy of higher educational institutions. 7. State policy in the sphere of providing qualitative educational services in the higher educational system in Ukraine requires effective institutional, legal and financial support for activating effective economic mechanisms of forming and regulating educational services.
Effect of Yoga Training on Selected Physical and Performance Variables Among College Handball Players published in

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A.Murugesan, Dr. C. Robert Alexandar The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of yoga training on selected physical and performance variables among College Handball Players. To achieve the purpose of this study 40 male College Handball Players from Thanjavur District, Trichy District, Ariyalur District and Perambalur District in Tamil Nadu were selected as subjects and their age ranged from 18 to 27 years. The subjects were randomly assigned to two equal groups of twenty each and named as yoga training group and control group. Yoga training group underwent training for six, weeks and control group was not given any training. The physical fitness, variables namely Flexibility, Agility, Speed, Strength and Endurance and performance variables namely overhead pass, Jump shot, and Goal keeping was selected. Analysis of covariance was used to find out the differences among the groups. The results reveal that the yoga training group showed significant improvement on all selected variables among Men College Hand ball players.
Traditional cattle production in the highlands of Hararge: Case study for East and West Zones of the high lands of Harerge, Eastern Ethiopia published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Estefanos Tadesse, Tesfaye A. Tucho, Feyisa Hundesa, Gashaye Weldu, Tatek Weldu, Tesfaye K Balay and Osho Tibesso The survey was conducted to characterize cattle production system in two zones of Harerge high lands eastern Ethiopia. In the survey structured questionnaire was used to collect from 120 households. Purposive sampling was employed to select the farmers. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics and index ranking. Result indicated that household head, the whole family and household head with spouse respectively, were ranked as the owner of the cattle in the household. The most common feed resource was crop residue and the most common management system was tethering. Means of acquiring ranked for cow and bull were Purchase, birth within the herd and inheritance, and birth within the herd, purchase and inheritance respectively. Income generation, draft power and manure production for bull and food (milk production for house consumption), milk yield merit of the cow and manure production for cow were ranked purpose of keeping the cattle in the study area in decreasing order of importance. Age at first mating and calving for heifers was 40±0.94 and 51±59 months respectively. Wet season was mentioned as the major breeding season for cattle in the area. Criteria for culling cattle in three rank equally first rank comprised old age and poor temperament the second rank was poor health and third rank was small body size Major constraints to cattle production were shrinkage of grazing land (62.4%), feed shortage (15.8%) and low productivity of the local cattle (7.5%).While the opportunities were presence of different locally recognized breed of cattle and the traditional management practice result in unique beef production famous in the local market. Keywords: Breeding season, cattle feeding, constraints, herd dynamics, opportunities
EFFECT OF PH AND ROLE OF IONIZATION ON CHROMATOGRAPHIC PERFORMANCE OF NATEGLINIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manisha S. Phoujdar*1, Pankaj R. Deore1, Shwetal P. Vassa1 A simple, accurate, precise, robust and economical method has been developed and validated as per ICH guidelines. Isocratic elution was employed at the flow rate of 1 mL/min using mobile phase methanol: phosphate buffer (75:25 v/v, pH 2.6) on “Enables” C-18 (250 mm × 4.6 mm, 5 ?m) column, detection point was set on ?max210 nm. The detector response was found to be linear in the range of concentrations 50 – 110 ?g/mL.The interference of ionized and unionized species on chromatographic performance was investigated and was found to be in pH range 2.9 – 6.2. Various pH conditions were employed using suitable buffers to study the effect of pH and role of ionization on chromatographic performance of nateglinide.
STRUCTURE AND THERMAL ANALYSIS OF INTEGRAL SHAFT BEARING USING ANSYSBENCHWORKS 14.0 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vimal Kumar Pal*1 & Dr. Prabhat Kumar Sinha2 An integral shaft bearing is popular for carrying higher specific load capacity, preventing misalignment defects and eliminating the risk of undesirable distortion of bearings, in compression to any other bearings. Integral shaft bearing are used to reduced rotational friction and support, axial and radial loads which generate friction and increased temperature and stresses inside the bearings. If the generated heat cannot be properly removed from the inside bearing ,the temperature might exceed certain limit. Due to which the bearing should be fail. That why I analyze heat flow, temperature distribution and stress in a bearing system, a typical integral shaft bearing and its environment has been design and analyze the system using the famous finite elements tool ANSYS workbench 14.0. In this research, structural and thermal characteristics performance of integral shaft bearing to Analyze stress, thermal elongation and temperature distribution due to friction also its effect on bearing clearances , and vice-versa, has been investigated on different materials with different parameters.
Studies on Prevalence of Anemia in Growing Children at Age Group of 5-17 Years published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Shivani Awasthi1, Rashmi Arnold2, Arti Saxena3, Rashmi Pandey4, Snehlata Pandey4 and Seema Tiwari5* Due to deficiency of protein, the synthesis of hemoglobin is reduced. The RBCs are macrocytic and hypo chronic. Anemia is due to RBC destruction is increased due to intra vascular causes metabolic defects. Childhood and teenagers go spurts of rapid growth, which requires a great deal of iron.A balance diet with adequate amount of iron is important at these times. Pernicious Anemia is due to atrophy of the gastric mucosa because of autoimmune destruction of parietal cells. The gastric atrophy results in decreased production of intrinsic factor and poor absorption of vitamin B12 which is the maturation Factor for RBC. Before knowing the cause of this anemia, it was very difficult to treat the patients and the disease was considered to be fatal. Synthesis of hemoglobin begins in the proerythroblasts and continues even into the reticulocyte stage of the red cell. Therefore, when reticulocyte leave the bone marrow and pass into blood stream, they continue form minute quantities of hemoglobin for another day of so until they become Mature erythrocytes. The present investigation involves the prospects of prevalence of anemia in growing children at age group of 5-14.
Chorioangioma, a Case Report. published in

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Dr Mukti Harne, Dr Sumedha Harne Background: Chorioangioma is a benign tumour of the placenta consisting of blood vessels and stroma that proliferate beyond normally developing chorionic villi . Aim: need of early diagnosis for better management of mother and child well being. Material & methods:A case of a 25 years old primigravida with 32 weeks of gestation with Ultasoundgraphy showing a placental tumor.The journey from detection to outcome has been emphasized in this report. Conclusion: Incidence of this condition is around 1 %. This type of tumour has no malignant potential.High fetal death in a case of large chorioangioma warrants institutional and timely delivery as seen in our case.Ultrasound including Colour Doppler imaging provides the mainstay for its diagnosis, foetal monitoring and appropriate antenatal management. Result : Though the presentation for this condition may vary but vigilant and prompt action is required to prevent antenatal complication and to ensure the healthy outcome.
Field Level Study on the Impact of Zinc Electroplating Industry Effluent Residue on Growth, Biochemical Characteristics and Yield of Cluster Bean Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba published in

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M.R.Rajan, M.Prema, S.David Noel The present study deals with the field level study on the impact of different quantities of electroplating industry effluent residue(250, 500, 750, 1000 and 1250mg) on growth, biochemical characteristics and yield of Cluster bean Cyamopsis tetragonoloba . Germination percentage of the Cluster bean was higher in T3 (98 %) and lower in T5 (88%). Shoot and root length of the Cluster bean were higher in T3 with 750 mg and lower in T1 with 250 mg of zinc electroplating industry effluent residue on 60th day. Total fresh and dry weight of Cluster bean were higher in T3 and lower in T4.Leaf area index and vigour index of Cluster bean was higher in T3. Chlorophyll a,b, total chlorophyll, anthocyanin total sugar, total protein, free amino acids, L-proline, leaf nitrate and yield of Cluster bean was higher in T3 and lower in T5.
Prachin Mathura Ka Sandarbh Avam Buddha se Iska Sambandh published in

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Assessment on major apple diseases and insect pests in Chench and Bonke Woredas of Gamo Gofa zone, Southern Ethiopia published in

Scholarly Journal of Agricultural Science (SJAS)

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Seifu Fetena* and Berhanu Lemma Assessment on major apple diseases and insect pests was conducted in Chencha and Bonkeworedas of Gamo Gofa Zone in 2012/13 cropping season. The aim of the study was to determine occurrences and assess impacts of major diseases and insect-pests. Survey was done to assess the awareness level of the farmers about the apple insect pests and diseases. From the two woredas, five administrative kebles were purposively selected. A total of 90 respondents (73 male and 17 female) were interviewed using semi-structured questionnaires. In addition group discussions were made with selected farmers of the study areas. Data was analyzed by using descriptive statistics by employing SPSS software version 15. Apple scab and powdery mildew (45.1%) as measured during the survey period was the serious disease. Insect pests such as apple aphids, scale insects and green plant bugs were also observed. Royal Gala variety being replaced by Crispin in Chencha due to its susceptibility to apple scab disease. About 35% of respondents revealed that farm tools and winds were the main spreading mechanisms of major apple diseases and insect pests. About 48.3 % of the respondents indicated that they are using different traditional apple disease and insect pest control methods. About 28.3% of the respondents were revealed that 151-250 apple seedlings and apple mother trees lost due to major apple diseases and insect pests. About 28.3% of the respondents were revealed that less than 25 kg of apple fruit lost due to major apple diseases and insect pests. It can be concluded that the awareness of farmers about most of the diseases and insect pests were very low. Therefore, this study recommended that there is an urgent need from concerned offices to improve apple farming system in the study area. Key words: Assessment, Apple, Diseases, Insect pests, Respondent, Chencha and Bonke.
ANTI-TERMITE ACTIVITY OF HEARTWOOD OF DALBERGIA SISSO ROXB. EX. DC. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Harsha Kharkwal1, Amit Kharkwal2, Preeti Panthari3, Harendra Kharkwal4 Objective: The present study aimed to study the termite repellency of the crude extract of heartwood of Dalbergia sisso Roxb. ex DC. tree using several solvents. Method: The extraction was done according to the standard method of Soxhlet extraction followed by Column chromatography and Anti termite activity. Result: The chloroform extract possesses highest potential which was further fractionated. 0.2% concentration of a fraction Chloroform: Methanol (99:1) showed anti-termite activity up to 92%. Conclusion: The plant extracts can be used as an alternative for synthetic pesticides for termite control in buildings.
Clinical and Histopathological Evaluation of Healing After Excision of Leukoplakia with Diode Laser published in

Advances in Human Biology

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Kruti A Shah, Hemal R Brahmkshatriya, Rushit J Patel, Mansi H Brahmkshatriya. Aim: Oral Leukoplakia is considered commonest precancerous white lesion affecting oral mucosa. There are several medicinal and surgical options available to treat the lesion. Scalpel removal of the lesion leads to scar formation and pain along with bleeding at the time of surgery. Removal with Laser is another option for managing leukoplakia. There are very few studies present with removal of leukoplakia using Diode Laser. This study was undertaken to clinically and histopathologically evaluate the efficacy of Diode Laser in leukoplakia. Materials and Method: Six patients, 5 male (84%) and 1 female (16%) with leukoplakia were treated with Diode laser (980nm) at 3 - 4 watts. Patients on steroid therapy or immune-suppressants and suffering from any other chronic debilitating diseases were excluded from the study. Wilcoxon Signed Ranks Test was applied for assessing the p-Value for statistical analysis. Result: After one month, the patients were examined for normal clinical healing of the site. For more confirmation, re-biopsy was done and result showed normal tissue healing except in one patient (16%). Only one patient (16%) developed pain, swelling, fibrosis and recurrence. Conclusion: It was concluded that laser provides good coagulation, healing, reduces surgical time and prevents high-grade infection.
Anatomical and morphological characteristics of nine jute genotypes published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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V. KUMAR, P. K. SINGH, A. S. DUDHANE, D. K. DE AND P. SATYA In the present investigation eight genotypes of C. olitorious L. (OMU-09, OMU-42, OMU-43 OEX-16, OIM-45, JRO-204, JRO- 524, JRO-8432), and one genotype of C. capsularis L. (Fanduk) were included to evaluate their morphological and anatomical characteristics. Mean performance of six different morphological and nine different anatomical characters at 30, 60, 90 and 120 DAS of the crop revealed plant height, basal diameter and inter-node length increased sharply between 30 and 60 days age and slowly between the latter two growth stages; mid-diameter and top diameter reduced between 30 and 60 days and increased between the latter two growth stages; number of nodes increased steadily all along. Fibre anatomical characters revealed that total bark diameter and difference between fibre wedge tip and outer bark layer increase sharply between 30 and 60 days; average length and width of fibre cell wedge, number of fibre cell block at base and at middle increased linearly all along up to 120 days age of the crop. Number of fibre cell in each block increased sharply between 30 and 60 days and slowly between the latter two stages. All the plant morphological and fibre anatomical characters exhibited high variation at different growth stages. The anatomical characters may be considered as an easy and effective method for screening genotypes without destructive sampling within a short period.
An Advanced Genetic Optimization Algorithm to Solve Combined Economic and Emission Dispatch Problem published in

Bonfring International Journal of Man Machine Interface

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R. Gopalakrishnan and Dr.A. Krishnan The dispatch of electric load is one of the key functions in electrical power system operation, management and planning. The key intention of economic load dispatch is to reduce the total production cost of the generating system and at the same time the necessary equality and inequality constraints should also be fulfilled. In the present time, energy resources to generate mechanical power supplied to the rotor shaft of generating units are of fossil fuels. This leads to the emission of huge amount of carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) that results in atmospheric pollution. Reducing those pollutions resulted by usage of fossil-fired generating units has received great consideration. This provides wide field for the researchers to develop a better system to handle those needs. This leads to the development of Combined Economic and Emission Dispatch (CEED) techniques. There are various technique proposed by several researchers to solve CEED problem based on optimization techniques. The efficient optimization technique among the proposed work is Genetic Algorithm (GA). But still some problems like slower convergence and higher computational complexity exists in using GA for solving CEED problem. To overcome those difficulties, this paper uses Non- Dominated Ranked Genetic Algorithm (NRGA) which uses rank based Roulette Wheel selection algorithm with Pareto-based population ranking Algorithm. The simulation result shows that the proposed technique for solving combined economic and emission dispatch problem results in better convergence rate when compared to the existing techniques.
Small to Mall: A Study of Dynamic Diversification of Indian Retail Sector published in

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Pankaj Kumar, Dr. Sanjeev Bansal In India, Retailing came with evolutionary formats from Kirana store to super market. In the initial stage this sector was highly un-organized, and after that it is carried forward and now it is expanding as hypermarket and supermarket. The retail sector is the second largest employer after agriculture in the country and also the second largest unexploited market after China. Due to its contribution of 14 to 15% in GDP it is also one of the pillars of Indian economy (McKinsey and Company 2007). There are some more than 14 million retailers in India. Retailing has been in our blood - as shopkeepers or as shoppers. However, unlike many other countries, India has its own unique character of size, geographical spread, cultural diversity, and multiplicity of formats being introduced at quick succession. This paper helps to give information about the journey of retail in India and evolutes the extent Different phases of retail industry from before independence to till now
Prevalent causes of infertility in women of reproductive age in Srinagar city published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
HUMMARA AZIM AND FATIMA BUCHH The cram is a stab to scrutinize the major causes of infertility in Srinagar. Aridity is the ability of a sexually active couple, not using any birth control, to get pregnant after one year of trying. The main objective of the study was to underline the causes and to find out the psychological distress among these women folk. Qualitative techniques such as in- depth interviews and structured questionnaire was administered towards execution of the objectives. It was found that women with infertility have sporadic ovulation; these women usually have irregular periods. Ovulation can be disturbed by changes in hormones and the other causes of infertility were ovulatory dysfunction, STD, like chlamydia and gonorrhea that can cause tubal blockage. Infertility persecutes a woman’s distinctiveness, detonate their conjugal stability and turn out to be a major source of anxiety leading to depression
Revised Reservoir Gate Operation for Ukaidam published in

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Gaurang I. Joshi, Dr. Geeta S. Joshi Out of the total rainfall of India, about 75% of it is received during the four moths (June to September) due to the South-West monsoon which is non-uniformly distributed in space as well. India is traversed by a large number of river systems. The rivers of North and Central India are prone to frequent floods during the SouthWest monsoon season, particularly in the month of July, August and September. Surat is one of the major important cities of Gujarat. In view of above scenario, it is observed that Surat is a highly developed, thickly populated cosmopolitan character city with full of various activities going on day and night. Any natural calamity which causes loss of lives to property & infrastructure along with effects on industrial processes going on has serious impact on economy of the state. So, it becomes highly necessary that past flood events must be studied and analyzed properly in order to propose adequate flood control & protection measures in time to come. In this research paper, effort towards revised reservoir operation for Ukai Dam listed and discussed. Based on results of analysis, few optimal solutions for minimization of the Tapi River flood impacts- Surat (Gujarat) recommended.
Hereditary true macrodactyly of both hands. published in

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Dr. Vengadakrishnan.K, Koushik.A.K -
A Survey to Evaluate the Level of Stress Among Undergraduate Medical Students in A Medical College published in

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Dr Shiva Devarakonda, Dr Sameer Mehrotra, Dr R K Ranyal, Dr Sunil Basukala Background: In India, getting into the medical school is considered to be very prestigious, but the accompanying challenges of being in medical school are largely overlooked Aim & objectives: This study is aimed to identify various stressors leading to stress & determine the level of stress among various academic years & gender variations. Study design and methods: Cross-sectional questionnaire based study carried out among 402 Undergraduate students of Government Medical College from 01 Jan to 01 Feb 2015. Results: The major source of stress was academic related factors among which female students perceived more stress than male across all domains. It was observed that the difference in stressors among first year & final year students were Interpersonal & Group activity related factors respectively Conclusion: The major contributors for stress were academics, followed by group – activities, teaching & learning and intrapersonal & interpersonal related.
Aluminium in Architecture – Design & Technology published in

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Erna Husukic, Emina Zejnilovic In the era of communication and globalization it is hard to keep up with the constant progress of technology and innovation in architecture. Development of innovative materials and construction, has provided the possibilities of architectural expression, economic and ecological constraints which are clearly different from those of previous decades. In that context Aluminum, does not seem like the most progressive building material on the market today, but it must not be neglected architecturally. Appealing because of its abounded aesthetical qualities and great physical properties, it is its composites that triggered increased application in architecture. Composite materials based on aluminum are now widely used for a variety of applications on buildings such as external cladding, roofing and structural elements. This paper presents basic characteristic of aluminum aiming to promote and argue in favor of its application in architecture
Analysis of the Customers’ Preferences in Choosing Sugar Free Food Products in 5 Star Hotels of New Delhi published in

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Ms. Garima Parkash, Dr. Kavita Khanna With the evolution of creative chefs and easy availability of ingredients across the globe in the past decade, areas of special dietary foods take new dimensions in the hotel industry. These trends have evolved from opposing customer motivations: a desire to improve health and Wellness and a need to have expectations of food products met. Customer requirements has developed as a result of research into various health practices recommended for improved health, awareness and availability of sugar free food options along the globe. Branding has emerged from customer desire to have familiar products that consistently meet their expectations. The purpose of this study is (1) To examine the factors motivating the trends to look out for sugar free food recipes. (2) To determine the criteria various segments of hotel customers use for food selection and By developing a better understanding of the nature of the customer dining requirements of sugar free foods, foodservice administrators of the hotels will be positioned for more effective, proactive strategic planning.
ULTRASONIC STUDY OF MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS IN BINARY LIQUID MIXTURES OF ACETYLACETONE WITH n- HEXANE AND n-HEPTANE USING EXCESS ACOUSTIC PARAMETERS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Krishna H. Fattepur*1, Jagadish G. Baragi2, Narendra B.V.3 The ultrasonic velocity (u), density (?) have been measured at 2MHz frequency and temperature 303K for binary systems Acetylacetone with n-Hexane and n-Heptane. From the measured parameters excess parameters such as excess adiabatic compressibility (?E), excess intermolecular free length ? E ? f L , excess acoustic impedance (ZE) , excess interaction parameter (?E) and excess molar volume ? E ? f M have been calculated and represented as functions of molar volume of Acetylacetone. The values of uE, ZE and ?E are negative where as ?E, E f L and E m V are positive for both systems, represents there is no much interaction between unlike molecules.
A Study on Level of Satisfaction on Human Resource Management Practices In the CoOperative Sugar Mills in Cuddalore, Villupuram and Thiruvannamalai Districts published in

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Mrs. P. James Mary Human resource is the back bone of any enterprise. The Human Resource Management is a proactive central strategic management activity which is different from conventional personnel management. It has tremendous relevance to productivity. The successful implementation of Human Resource Management Practices very much depends on the attitude of and the support extended by the workers. In this paper, it was decided to study the workers’ satisfaction towards Human Resource Management policies and practices in the Co-operative Sugar Mills in Cuddalore, Villupuram and Thiruvannamalai districts. An attempt has been made to study the attitude of the respondents on human resource management practices in the selected co-operative sugar mills in the light of socio-economic background of the sample workers.
Employee Overseer Attendance Management and Business Analysis System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Silvia Sailekar | Mamta Panda | Chetan Rajput | Prof. Sonali Patil | Bhavin Chauhan An organized and systematic attendance of employees is the preferred requirement in industries currently. Employee attendance management of company plays an important position in the work of management of employees in company, this can help to urge employee to work sincerely on time, improve efficiency and improves the entire system. Based on attendance we can analyze business also. Android is easily adaptive in smart phones. The Attendance Management System and Business Analysis is a mobile computing software application. In this paper an android application is implemented for employee attendance based business analysis which focusses on an activity or function, which is based on management information system of the enterprise and business analysis is done based on it. It is an Employee Overseer Attendance Management and Business Analysis System(EOAMBAS) which is used in the computerization of attendance report. An EOAMBAS can handle roles such as Administration, Manager, and Field officers of the enterprise. This application is easy to use and economical in terms of time and cost. Business Intelligence is obtained by performing data analytics with the data obtained in database. The implemented android application is easily configurable as well as economical in time and capital. Additionally, it is easily adaptive on any android device and provides attendance marking and analysis based on it. Implemented system is extremely beneficial for the enterprise as it monitors the attendance as well as the turnover of enterprise dynamically at required intervals of time. Real time analysis is maintained in database. Silvia Sailekar | Mamta Panda | Chetan Rajput | Prof. Sonali Patil | Bhavin Chauhan"Employee Overseer Attendance Management and Business Analysis System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11564.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11564/employee-overseer-attendance-management-and-business-analysis-system/silvia-sailekar
Advance Reservation of Resources in Workflow System? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Lalit?, Dr. Hardeep Singh? This is related to reserve the resource in advance in “Workflow scheduling” of cloud computing. The problem with the traditional allocation of resource is that the resource may be not available when needed and the requested application will be rejected. To overcome this problem, an advance reservation technique is used. Various techniques are used to reserve the resource in advance such as ECA rule, HAARS, Co-coordinator based, Neighborhood etc. There are two main factor of resource reservation in advance 1) Start time of Resource Allocation 2) Resource utilization Time. This paper shows new approach based on time system which are used in grid system but not in workflow system. The implementation of this paper is done in Netbeans technology. This paper also shows the existing technology for the advance reservation of resources and also purposed new methodology for the advance reservation of resource.
A Novel Approach for Interference Suppression Using a Improved LMS Based Adaptive Beam forming Algorithm published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
Julakanti Goutham Reddy , Thota Krishna Teja and Battina Siva Seshu A novel adaptive beam forming technique is proposed for wireless communication applications based on the minimum bit error rate (MBER) criterion known as LMS algorithm. LMS (Least Mean Square) algorithm is used for steering the antenna beam electronically. Using the Rectangular, Hamming, Kaiser, Chebyshev windows both the block-data and sample-by-sample adaptive implementations of the MBER solution are developed. By making use of window techniques half power beam width of an antenna is enhanced using Matlab simulation. The gain of the system will definitely improve the performance of CDMA based system, where the number of interferes is quite large and helps to increase the spectral efficiency of wireless communication systems. Any beam former that can depress the large number of interferers will improve the capacity and performance. Such beam formers are called smart antennas. They improve signal to interference ratio (SIR) of the communication system efficiently by forming narrow beam towards desired user and low side towards undesired users. Smart antennas offer a broad range of ways to improve wireless system performance.
The Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India Bill, 2013: An Appraisal published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Anjani Singh Tomar India is one of the fastest growing economy & market for the products of all known goods in globe. India along with other countries of the world needs to address the issues which are related to the Health & food security. The answer to all which lies in the Biotechnology. In the last two decades, biotechnology research has reached new-fangled horizons and hundreds of genetically modified (GM) creations have procured their place in international market. To have the streamlined development & progress; India has come up with the BRAI concept. This has been recently tabled to the floor of Parliament in 2013, monsoon session, which still is pending & people have started talking about its progress & implication in future. This paperwork while giving overview of present bill has remarked upon its pros & cons along with the suggestions that if incorporated could result into fruitful Act for the most prominent demand of the time.
Importance of Life Skills Training for Corporate Sector published in

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Sreehari Ravindranath, R. Joseph Thomas and Asna Shareef Human resources with positive attitudes towards life and work and germane skills for advanced knowledge economy that are publicly responsible and accountable is becoming important in today's high momentum humanity. It is important that we mobilize skills such as personal management and people management skills which are necessary for adequate functioning which help us to steer our life towards more positive behavior and wellbeing. Specifically, life skills are termed as psycho social skills which empower individuals to flourish and prosper in competitive world and adapt to milieus in which we live in certain aspects such as behavioral, cognitive, social and intrapersonal. Corporate Life Skills training assists both individuals and small teams in your workplace to addressing issues affecting their work performance. This paper is conceptual papers which discuss the importance of Life skills training, which is an emerging concept in the corporate sector.
A Study on Motivation Skill Among Teacher Trainees of Second Year D.t.ed Students published in

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Mrs. T. Jayagandhi, Dr. M. Suganthi The study has been conducted on a sample of 80 students to examine the motivation skill of teaching. The sample of the students has been taken of those students who are studying in second year D.T.Ed. Teacher trainees in District Institute of Education and Training, Madurai district. The random sampling technique was used in this study. The data were analyzed statistically by using mean, standard deviation and‘t’ test. The study revealed that there is no significant difference in the mean score of motivation skill with respect to gender, age, locality, marital status, staying, parent’s educational qualification and parent’s annual income. And also the study revealed that there is significant difference in the mean score of motivation skill with respect to newspaper reading.
Cloning, sequencing and BLAST analysis of kDNA minicircles from Leishmania donovani AG83. published in

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Asit Kumar Chakraborty, Subhankar Bhattacharya, Sourav Kumar Nandi kDNA in kinetoplastid microbes are unique due to presence of few 30kb maxicircle mitochondrial DNA inter-catenated with 10,000 of ~0.8-1.4kb minicircle plasmids. kDNA minicircles from Leishmania donovani AG83 was digested with PstI restriction enzyme and was cloned into pBluescriptSK+ plasmid vector. The cloned minicircle DNA was sequenced by di-deoxy method giving 837bp circular sequence. BLAST analysis suggested the infectious clone minicircle was very similar conserved UMS sequence involved in DNA replication but it had very canonical TATA-box and gRNA sequences involved in ND2/ND3 gene editing. Major sequence variations with respect to UR6 were found between nucleotides 31-41 and 434-444. We are first to show kDNA minicircle sequence of any infectious clone of Leishmania of Indian origin
Hindi Sahityakaro ka Bollywood me yogdan published in

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Roshan Kumar -
Effectivenss of black pepper (Pieper nigrum) and clove (Eugenia caryophyllus) extract in preventing rancidity in butter fat published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
GITA BISLA, SHEEL SHARMA AND NAVITA PAREEK Rancidity due to hydrosis and oxidation is a very common cause of spoilage among edible fats. At commercial level, many synthetic antioxidants are added to increase the shelf-life of fats, but they may be harmful to health in long term. Polyphenol extract of two very common spices black pepper and clove was used in 5%,10%, 15% concentration to see their effectiveness in preventing the development rancidity in butterfly as compared BHA (0.02%). Samples were kept in accelerated laboratory conditions at 800 C in the presence of copper catalyst. Onset of rancidity was checked by performing qualitative kreis test every hour and quantification of rancidity was done by estimating the acid value and peroxide value of samples after every five days. It was found that 5% conc. was not sufficient to prevent the deterioration of fats when compared to the standard. While 10% and 15% conc. were more effective than the standard. Black pepper extract was found to be more effective in preventing oxidative rancidity and clove extract was more effective to resist hydrolytic rancidity.
Cytotoxic Effects of Terminalia Chebula on Meiotic & Mitotic Chromosomes of Vicia Faba published in

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Monika Asthana, Rakesh Kumar Sarbhoy, Surabhi Mahajan, Avnish Kumar There is known curative effect related to heart and digestion disorders by the fruits of Terminalia chebula irrespective of rationale dose. Here we showed effect of different concentrations (5, 10, 20, 30, 40, & 50%) of T. chebula extracts on meiotic and mitotic chromosomes of Vicia faba plant for 4 different time periods. Flower bud treatment method and root tip treatment methods were used for meiotic and mitotic analysis, respectively. Mitotic and meiotic chromosome indicated various abnormalities against higher doses. Cytotoxicity was inferred, Mitotic index of treated cells was significantly different (P<0.05) from control. The percent of abnormalities increase with increasing dose (5-50%) and time (4-24 hours). Stickiness was more frequent than other abnormalities. Higher dose was shown more cytotoxic effect; concluding Terminalia chebula extract could be toxic with injudicious dose.
Protective Efects of Aegle Marma Los on Doxyrubicin Induced Genotoxicity in Germ Cells of Mice published in

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Prabhakar Reddy Ch, Rudrama Devi. K, K. Pratap Reddy Adriamycin (ADR) (doxorubicin) is one of most effective chemotherapeutic agents and is the most commonly used anthracyclin antibiotic effective in treatment of various cancers. Adriamycin induces mutations and chromosomal aberrations in normal and tumor cells. Adriamycin has high affinity for cell nuclei and about 60% of total intracellular adriamycin is found in cell nucleus and binds to DNA polymerase and inhibits synthesis of nucleic acid and protein, results in DNA damage and free radical formation. As Adriamycin is widely used, it is important to reduce its toxicity to normal cells which can be achieved by concurrent administration of antioxidants. Herbs are gaining additional focus because of their less toxicity and high efficacy against a number of ailments. Aegle marmalos fruit extract, has been used for broad spectrum of diseases and its isolated compound Aegle marmalos fruit extract,(AMFE) found to be anticarcinogenic and potential antioxidants. In the present investigation studies were carried out to observe the efficacy of Aegle marmalos extract, against Adriamycin induced cytogenetic damage in germ cellsof mice. The animals treated with 200mg/kg, 400mg/kg and 400mg/kg of Aegle marmalos extract, showed to be non mutagenic. Aegle marmalos extract, shows protective effects against the adriamycin induced genotoxicity in germ cells of mice. Hence Aegle marmalos fruit supplementation is safer in chemotherapeutic strategy.
After Sales Service Impacts Customer Satisfaction: A Case Review of Mobile Phone Industry in Delhi, Ncr published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Saloni Gupta, Ms. Rati Dhillon The current study is focused on understanding the dynamics of after sale service and its importance in the mobile phone industry along with its impact, if any, on the satisfaction level of customers in Delhi. The study uses a structured closeended questionnaire to conduct survey among 500 respondents selected on random basis. It was found that there is high efficiency among mobile phone retailers in delivering after sale services to their customers. Also, the efficiency of after sale service had a direct and positive relationship with customers’ satisfaction level.
Investigating Socially Sustainable Behaviour of Local Actors in the Supply Chain of Shea Butter in Rural Borgu, Nigeria: From a Role Theory Perspective published in

Indian-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Finance (IPJAF)

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Sidikat Shitu Oluwatoyin Muse Johnson Popoola The Shea butter industry in Nigeria is fragmented, private-driven and less regulated. This paper explores the roles, practices, and behaviour of local supply chain stakeholders who mainly consist of rural women entrepreneurs that engage in Shea nut picking and Shea butter processing. Also, the research examines the local buying agents (LBA) who serve as the middlemen between the rural women and the exporters of Shea butter. This study deploys qualitative research design, guided by the Role theory. The study reveals that the rural women and the local buying agents are the key stakeholders who participate in the agricultural supply chain. Granting the fundamental principle of the sustainable supply chain, the findings indicate that the present active engagement and practices of these local stakeholders do not align with the principles of the sustainable supply chain. The study also exposes that factors such as gender disparity, weak access to financial support, and information asymmetry are major contributors to the present roles, practices, and behaviour of the local actors. The current study, therefore, put forward several recommendations to the Nigerian Government to encourage the construction of sustainable engagement and sustainable supply chain in the rural supply chain network.
Lifestyle Practices Among Type 2 Diabetic Patients published in

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Ms. Sreeja Maskey, Prof. Milan Lopchan The type 2 diabetes mellitus continues to rise as a real threat especially in the developing world. The objective of the study was to find out the lifestyle practices among type 2 diabetic patients attending medical OPD of Bharatpur Samudayik Hospital, Chitwan. A descriptive cross sectional research design was used in which 161 patients were interviewed. Data was statistically analyzed by using independent t-test and ANOVA test. The study findings revealed that respondents’ total mean andstandard deviation lifestyle practices score was 16.94 ±3.95. The percent of the mean score was 52.93%. The lifestyle practices score was statistically significant with occupation (p=0.001) and availability of IEC materials (0.001). The exercise practice is statistically significant with occupation (0.002) and the weight maintenance practice is statistically significant with gender (0.035), educational status (0.006) and occupation (0.004). It was concluded that the lifestyle practices was good among the diabetic respondents who were involved in service and have got information through IEC materials like books, posters, etc.
Foreign and Indian Experience in Policy and Regulatory Issues and Challenges for Private Investment in the Indian Power Sector published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Paul IPS and Choudhary S K The power sector in India is dominated by the State and Central Government sectors accounting for 44.57% and 30.83% of the generation capacity respectively while the private sector accounts for about 24.58% as on 31.01.2012.The bulk of the transmission and distribution functions are with State utilities. The private sector has a small but growing presence in distribution and is making an entry into transmission. Power Sector which had been funded mainly through budgetary support and external borrowings was opened to private sector in 1991. Electricity is considered key driver for targeted 8 % to 10% economic growth of India. The vast Indian power market, today offers one of the highest growth opportunities for private developers
EFFECTS OF SOME ANTIOXIDANT VITAMINS AND CHELATING AGENT ON BIOCHEMICAL ALTERATIONS IN HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC RATS. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Arafa, M.M, Aly S. A. and Shaheen, N.E* A total number of sixty adult male Wistar rats were used in this study to investigate the protective effects of vitamin C (vit C), vit E and EDTA alone and their combinations on hypercholesterole mia through markers of lipid profile, thyroid function, some liver and oxidativeenzymes. Rats were randomly divided into six groups (n = 10). Group I: normal control, Group II: hypercholesterolemic rats, Groups III: received ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) (1gEDTA/kg 1g/Kg), group IV: received 1gml/Kg body weight of vit C, group V: received vit E1g/Kg feed and Group IV received EDTA, vit C and vit E. The results of this study showed that ration supplemented with EDTA, VC and vit E either individual or in a Combination group induced significant decrease (P<0.05) in total cholesterol (TC), triglyceride (TG), low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and very low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) levels in hypercholesterolemic rats. Also, atherogenic index (AI), lipid peroxidation(MDA), thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), the activities of serum aspartate and alanine aminotransferases (AST, ALT), alkaline phosphatase (ALP) gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT) levels recorded significant decrease, but high-density lipoprotein (HDL), superoxide dismutase (SOD), reduced glutathione(GSH), serum triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T 4) exhibited significant increase. Moreover, the administration of EDTA to hypercholesterolemic rats (group III) causes significant decrease in serum ca lcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg) and iron with significant increase in total iron binding capacity (TIBC) in comparison with other groups. The overall result, the improvement being more in rats treated with mixture of EDTA, vit C and vit E The present results suggested that supplementation with EDTA, vit C and vit E attenuated most of the changes induced in hypercholesterolemic rats by feeding rats with cholesterol-rich diet owing to their observed anti-hyperlipidemic and antioxidant properties. In conclusion, the present study provides obvious evidence that both vit C, vit E and EDTA hold the promise of being useful hypocholesterolemic, and peroxidative agent and should be administered to the body continuously, targeted to the biological site susceptible to oxidative damage.
Brand Loyalty and the Perception of Indian Buyers published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Megha Dua Customer loyalty often termed as brand loyalty is a way by which businesses run. Keeping the customer happy should be of the main concern for a business. Indian consumers are known for their loyalty. Retaining the consumer in is more profitable then finding a new one. As the economy is gaining momentum, significant changes are taking place in the economy. Winning consumers mind by creating impressions and retaining the position of brand in the economy can do wonders. Today brands are creating a great impression in the minds while competition among the existing brands is giving birth to brand switching. The present paper seeks to analyse the concept of consumer behavior and brandl loyalty while paying emphasis on Indian consumer. Megha Dua"Brand Loyalty and the Perception of Indian Buyers" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12824.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/consumer-behaviour/12824/brand-loyalty-and-the-perception-of-indian-buyers/megha-dua
Management of Brinjal Shoot and Fruit Borer, Leucinodes Orbonalis Guenee Using Pheromone Trap (Tnau Master Trap) and Comparison between Commercial Water Trap and Tnau Master Trap published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
D. Indhu Mathi | G. Ravi | P. M. M. David Studies were taken up to understand the chemical ecology of Leucinodes orbonalis using sex pheromone trap for the management of L. orbonalis. Comparison made on moth retention pattern of commercial water trap and TNAU Master Trap and the result showed that mean number of moth catches in commercial water trap varies from 1.1 to 1.6 and was higher in TNAU Master trap (5.6 to 5.9 moths per trap). Average number of moth catches per trap per day in commercial water trap (1.3 ± 0.4) is much lesser than TNAU Master Trap which had a high level of moth recruitment (5.7 ± 0.4). TNAU Master Trap found better efficient results than the commercial water trap. The results of the experiment conducted using "Neoprene lure + TNAU Master trap" by pheromone trapping system at Deivaseyalpuram village indicated a higher moth catches ranged from 9.4 to 17.6 moths trap day. D. Indhu Mathi | G. Ravi | P. M. M. David"Management of Brinjal Shoot and Fruit Borer, Leucinodes Orbonalis Guenee Using Pheromone Trap (Tnau Master Trap) and Comparison between Commercial Water Trap and Tnau Master Trap" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18277.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/18277/management-of-brinjal-shoot-and-fruit-borer-leucinodes-orbonalis-guenee-using-pheromone-trap-tnau-master-trap-and-comparison-between-commercial-water-trap-and-tnau-master-trap/d-indhu-mathi
Mathematical Modeling and Simulation of PV System using MATLAB/Simulink. published in

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Mittal V. Joshi This paper presents a step by step procedure for the simulation of photovoltaic modules with MATLAB/ Simulink. One diode equivalent circuit is employed in order to investigate I-V(current voltage) and PV(Power voltage) Characteristics of a typical solar module. The proposed model is designed with the use of Simulink block libraries.
Level of Serum Electrolyte in Depression Patients. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Priyanka Srivastava, Rajesh Misra, Priyanka Jain The present study was planned to assess the levels of serum electrolytes (Na, K and Ca) in patients of major depression in Indian population. A total of 64 patients of 20-60 years of age(42 females & 22 males) of depression were compared with the age matched healthy volunteers. The severity of depression was assessed by DSMV- IV criteria and graded as mild, moderate and severe depression. The mean age of all the patients was 32.75±8.52 years. The mean age of the control subjects were 34.56±7.80 years. The blood sample was assessed for serum electrolytes (Na, K and Ca) by using a Kit in Physiology department and the results were compared with the control group. Results- With the severity of depression S. Na levels significantly increases which gave an evidence that the grades of depression is associated with increase disturbance in the S. Na levels in depression. The serum calcium levels were found significantly higher in depression patients as compared with the age matched control group. Conclusion- Our study shows that these ions have role in the pathophysiology of the major depression disorder as there is disturbance in the levels of serum sodium and calcium concentration in depression.
A case study of high temperature reheater boiler tube failure published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Arvind Kumar Several investigations on the failure of boiler tubes of thermal power plant have been carried out. This paper presents the failure analysis of a reheater tube of 210 MW thermal power plant. The reheater tube got damaged after service exposure a life of 1,65,900 hrs. The failed tube has a slit type opening with minor circumferential expansion at the rupture section. Scale was observed on the inside and outside surface of the tube. The scale formed on the outside and in-side surface of the tube was analysed through EDX and XRD to know the constituents of the scale and in evaluating the cause of failure of the tube. The tube was observed through its cross-sectional for the wall thinning. The area around the failed reheater tube sample was prepared and studied for structural degradation; hardness mapping was also carried out on the tube to find the cause of failure.
STRUCTURAL AND MICROSTRUCTURAL INVESTIGATIONS ON AL DOPED Y3Fe5O12 GARNET NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIZED BY SOL-GEL AUTO COMBUSTION TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
J. Y. Kadam1* , Ashok V.Humbe2 , Pankaj P. Khirade2 , Shankar D. Birajdar2 , R. G. Dorik3 In the present investigation, we have successfully synthesized Y3Fe2-xAlxO12 (x=0.00, 0.20 and 0.40) nanoparticles by sol–gel auto combustion method. The produced phases were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD. Particles of uniform size around 22–30 nm were obtained in the cubic structure of the prepared samples. Various structural parameters such as lattice constant (a), X-ray density (dx) etc. were calculated from the XRD data. The variation of these structural parameters in Al composition has been studied. The lattice constant decreases while X-ray density increases with increasing Al content x. FTIR spectra show typical absorption bands indicating the formation of garnet structure of the samples. Upon aluminium substitution, absorption bands broadened and shifted towards higher wavenumber.
OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS IN DENTISTRY AND ITS CONTROL MEASURES – A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mr. Raja.K*, Dr. Auxilia Hemamalini Tilak Dentists, as well as other dental personnel are constantly exposed to a number of specific occupational hazards. These cause the appearance of various ailments, specific to the profession, which develop and intensify with years. In many cases they result in diseases and disease complexes, some of which are regarded as occupational illnesses. Relying on relevant literature, the present paper discusses occupational hazards like stressful situations, latex hypersensitivity, allergic reactions due to various dental materials, exposure to radiation (ionizing and non-ionizing), percutaneous exposure incidents (PEI), hazard due to nitrous oxide gas, as well as factors leading to the musculoskeletal system diseases and diseases of the peripheral nervous system. Awareness regarding these occupational hazards and implementation of preventive strategies can provide a safe working environment for all the dental personnel. There is also a need for continuing dental education programs in dentistry so that dentists can update themselves with the latest and newer techniques and materials.
Dharma with Moksha during classical Indian philosophy: Its consequence in 21st century published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Menaka Missong In 21st century teenagers are seen dash following harmful, fake standards. They are observed to discover relief in severe materialism, drugs, unnecessary sexual characteristics and body-mind relating styles. Nevertheless by means of all these effects also be seen to be discontented and unchallenged. Dharma in the wider sense is the world –order or the code of laws that binds together human beings. Universal peace and harmony are the fruit of universal presentation of dharma. It is the co-operative effort for shared benefits, as duties are always performed in appreciation of others. While we observe in current period it is worldwide dishonesty. If this early wisdom be capable of be used and garbed in up to date ways it can positively help out us to discover harmony of mind which is the birth right of all human life form. To attain inner precision, we have to change and sanitize the mind and body through moral conduct, worthy living, self-restraint, objectivity, calmness, resemblance and detachment. Practicing dedication, meditation, rumination and self absorption whereby the mind and body are completely purified, perfected and stabilized. The present paper highlights how Dharma with Moksa helps human being to live ethically and order in current instant.
PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL STANDARDIZATION OF SUFOOFE SAILAN: A UNANI POLYHERBAL FORMULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Seema Rani*1, Khaleequr Rahman**, Mohd. Younis*, Sadiya Noorul Basar* Sufoofe sailan (SS) is a Unani herbal formulation used to treat sailanur rehm (leucorrhoea) since ancient time. Though, SS is very efficacious to treat this condition, its standardisation is not carried out till date. Keeping this goal in mind some standards for SS using scientific analytical procedures was prepared and finished product was evaluated for various organoleptic and physicochemical parameters. Finished product was light brown (7.5YR5/6-Panton colour chart), odourless and pleasantly sweet in taste. The physicochemical parameters expressed as mean values of the three readings calculated showed loss of weight on drying, total ash, acid insoluble ash, water soluble ash as 4.7±0.03%, 2.57±0.02%, 1.19±0.00% and.77±0.01% respectively. The mean values of bulk density, tapped density, hausner’s ratio, compressibility index were 0.48±0.01gm/ml, 0.63±0.00gm/ml, 1.29±0.01 and 23±1.0% respectively. pH of 1% and 10% solution were 4.76±0.00 and 5.23±0.00 respectively. Extractive values in chloroform, petroleum ether, alcohol and aqueous solvents by nonsuccessive extraction method were 1.19±0.02%, 0.45±0.02%, 10.3±0.04%, 22.18±0.09% respectively. Qualitative analysis showed presence of all major organic constituents except saponins and steroids. In inorganic one calcium was present and magnesium, copper and iron were absent. Quantitative analysis for total alkaloids, total glycoside, and total tannins were 2.58±0.00%, 0.72±0.01% and 10.39±0.03% respectively. Desitometric HPTLC analysis was also carried out to develop finger printing of SS. Microbiological analysis showed total bacterial count 3×104cfu/g, total fungal count 20cfu/g and specific pathogens were absent. As physico-chemical profile of SS is not reported till date this data could be taken as standard for quality control purpose.
TREATMENT OF LANDFILL LEACHATE BY MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR AND ELECTRO FENTON PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Minimol Pieus T., P.A. Soloman Land filling is one of the least expensive methods for disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW). Hence about 90% of MSW is disposed in the open dumps and landfill unscientifically, creating problem to public health and the environment. The leachate generated from the municipal landfill contains organic and inorganic pollutants, which make it unsuitable for discharge in natural bodies without any prior treatment. Advanced oxidation process (AOPs) are promising methods to treat effectively the recalcitrant substances present in landfill leachate. Among APOs fenton process is considered the most promising treatment for remediation of highly contaminated water. In this study electro fenton pretreated landfill leachate was treated by membrane bioreactor process and then post treated by electro fenton process. The pretreated values of parameters were taken from previous studies which has BOD/COD ratio 0.39. Membrane bioreactors have proven quite effective in removing organic and inorganic contaminants as well as biological entities from waste water. In MBR the membrane arrangement consist of hollow fiber membrane module having pore size of 0.1µm. After MBR process, the effluent quality did not meet the general Standards for discharge of environmental pollutants. But after post treatment all the parameters have met the relevant Indian standards for discharge as irrigation water and all the parameter except BOD and sulphide have met the relevant Indian standards for discharge in to inland surface water.
MRSA – A SUPERBUG published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Surabhi Johari1*, Mridujuna Gogoi2, Annesha Chakraborty2, Rupanjali B. Sharma3, Kanwar Narain4, N. C. Barua Staphylococcus aureus is a gram-positive bacterium that is responsible for many hospital-associated infections as well as skin infections in humans and is characterized by its thick peptidoglycan cell wall layer common to gram-positive bacteria. Recent cases of infections caused by community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) (CA-MRSA) strains in healthy individuals have raised concerns worldwide. Several computer-aided drug design approaches like molecular docking studies and QSAR studies can be used in drug discovery in several ways. Molecular docking was carried out on Staphylococcus aureus with Dehydrosqualene synthase inhibitors. The present review reflects the alternative inhibitors designed for combating MRSA infections.
THE SMEAR LAYER REVISITED published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Sumita Bhagwat* , Anacleta Heredia, Lalitagauri Mandke The smear layer is created on hard tissues of the teeth whenever they are cut with hand or rotary instruments. This thin (1-2 microns) layer of denatured cutting debris is very tenacious and is often the surface to which restorative materials are luted. The solubility characteristics, chemical reactivity and the structure-function relationships of this layer have not been well-defined. During creation of the smear layer, cutting debris is forced into variable distances into dentinal tubules. These so-called smear plugs, together with the smear layer decreases dentin permeability, dentin sensitivity and surface wetness. Bonding adhesive resins to smear layers appears to limit the theoretical bond strength unless the smear layers are loosened or partially removed. While confusion persists whether the smear layer should be kept or removed in restorative dentistry, removal of this layer is important for the success of endodontic treatment. Its removal is obtained using chemical solutions during root canal preparation such as Ethylene Diamine Tetra acetic acid (EDTA) preparations, combination of EDTA and sodium hypochlorite solutions, organic acids and lasers. The aim of this paper is to briefly review general concepts concerning the smear layer: its structure and composition, role of smear layer in restorative dentistry and endodontics.
FORMULATION & EVALUATION OF TOPICAL ANTIBACTERIAL HERBAL GEL OF CORIANDER AND EUCALYPTUS OIL Jaiswal published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Neha R.*, Jaiswal Puja H., Patil Javesh K. Most of the antibacterial agents were originally derived from plants. Herbal medicine refers to the use of any oil of seeds, leaves for medicinal purposes. Along with other dosage forms, herbal drugs are also formulated in the form of gel. A gel is a gelly like semisolid preparation used topically on a variety of body surfaces. The objective of the study was to formulate and evaluate the antibacterial herbal gel from the local medicinal plants. The oil of the selected plants was taken in different ratio randomly to formulate gel. The topical formulation were developed and tested for physical parameter, drug content, uniformity, Spreadibility. The result showed that coriander and eucalyptus herbal gel showed the MIC values of 50%v/v and 50 %v/v against Bacillus subtillis and staphylococcus Aureus respectively. The formulation second (ECG50) showed the maximum drug content 65% and maximum stability and zone of among the formulation.
Variates Of The Teaching Aptitude Of Teacher Education Students: Inputs To Teacher Education Admission published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Mary June T. Adalla, Riza C. Basierto, Jeselle S. Aquino, Cyrene B. Corsino Teacher education institutions are mandated to produce the best graduates to ensure that only the best inputs into the teaching profession are hired. However, the issue of teacher inputs in the teaching profession could be traced on how teacher education institutions admit their students. The research looked into the students’ age, sex, course, school graduated, parents’ educational attainment, parents’ monthly income, high school Grade Point Average, College Grade Point Average for the first semester, attitudes towards the teaching profession and the performance of the students in the Teaching Aptitude Test (TAT). Significant relationship between the profile of the respondents and the teaching aptitude was found. The study utilized the descriptive correlational design. The respondents composed of the freshman students enrolled in SY 2013 – 2014, answered a survey questionnaire on the profile. The performance in the Teaching Aptitude Test was based on the examination results secured from the College Guidance Office. Frequency counts; percentages, weighted means and multiple regression analysis were used to analyze the data obtained. The profile of the College of Education freshmen revealed that majority are of age range of 15-19, female, graduates of a national high school, with parents who are either college undergraduates or college graduates, with parents whose income range below P10000, have Good performance in high school, have Good performance in college in the first semester, and Highly Favorable teaching aptitude. The respondents had Low performance in the aptitude test. In general, no significant correlation was found between the profile and the teaching aptitude. However, monthly income and attitudes towards teaching significantly predicted the teaching aptitude. The study recommended the development and validation of a localized teaching aptitude test. Another research correlating the teaching aptitude test results with other variables is suggested.
Statistical Analysis of the Implementation of Capital Budget in Anambra State, Nigeria published in

The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal

Published by Neeraj Kumar
Umeh Maryrose N., Mbeledogu Njideka N. The aim of this research is to ascertain how well the capital budget has been implemented. The use of Pearson correlation, Spearman’s rho correlation and Kendall’s tau b correlation were made to show the challenges facing budget implementation and the way forward.
Atmakatha Anya Se Ananya me Nari Samvedana published in

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Comprehensive investigation of Poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) polymer for weathering with the combination of different blends of UV Stabilizers and Antioxidant published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
B. V. Shamsundara | Dr. T. N. Shidhar | Dr. S A Mohan Krishna Plastics (polymers) are nowadays clearly a material of choice in all the application sectors including in Automobile sector. Automotive manufacturer have relied on new technology for vehicular accessories which are all made-up of different polymers. Although these components offer an impressive range of attractive properties, the effect of climatic conditions on the durability and performance of these materials is not fully understood. The degradation/ variation of the mechanical properties of the specimen treated at different environmental/ atmospheric conditions are a primary concern when recommending such a composite for particular use. Generally when these components are subjected to weathering effects, they are prone to underperform. Therefore to improve their properties over time, different kinds of UV stabilizers, Hindered amine light stabilizer (HALS) and Antioxidant are used. However there is a need to study which UV stabilizers is to be used for the automobile applications polymers and what are its percentages? In this context, it is proposed to carry out a comprehensive investigation on degradation due to weathering of PMMA polymer with the combination of different percentages of UV stabilizers and antioxidant. This paper briefly examines the effects of the weathering on the performance and properties of PMMA polymer which is most commonly used materials in automobile sector. The use of accelerated weathering techniques to assist in assessing the durability of these product materials is also briefly discussed. The results after weathering and mechanical tests were discussed and optimized the percentage of blends as per the application. B. V. Shamsundara | Dr. T. N. Shidhar | Dr. S A Mohan Krishna"Comprehensive investigation of Poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) polymer for weathering with the combination of different blends of UV Stabilizers and Antioxidant" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15632.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/15632/comprehensive-investigation-of-poly-methyl-methacrylate-pmma-polymer-for-weathering-with-the-combination-of-different-blends-of-uv-stabilizers-and-antioxidant/b-v-shamsundara
AN ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS VISUAL MERCHANDISE AT CAR SHOWROOMS (with reference to Jamanagar city) published in

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Mr. Dinesh A. Borse Visual Merchandising (VM) is the art of presentation, which puts the merchandise in focus. It educates the customers, creates desire and finally augments the selling process. Malls have to establish linkage between fashions, product design and marketing campaign by keeping the product in prime focus for marketers. The main objective of the study is to identify the consumer behavior towards Merchandise in Showrooms. Sample of size of 500 was selected from city of Jamnagar and responses were collected online and offline. Various hypotheses are framed on basis of visual merchandising, store décor and demographic profile of customers. Appropriate statistical tests will be applied to collected data to come to the strong conclusions.
Risky Sexual Behavior among Secondary and Tertiary Level Students, Hawassa, Ethiopia published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Asressie Molla, Debebe Shaweno, Dr.P.Surender Reddy Introduction: HIV/AIDS remains one of the most serious challenges to global public health for more than 25 years. 15-24 aged people represent 45% new HIV infections worldwide. Objective: To assess risky sexual behaviors and related factors among students at secondary and tertiary level Hawassa, Ethiopia. Methods: cross-sectional study with stratified random sampling from1550 respondents. Results: 37.5 % had ever sex with the commonest time of preparatory level (33.2%) grades nine and ten (31.5%) with 6.5% of them initiated their first sex with commercial sex workers. 9.7% had paid sex, 13.4% with non regular partner and 34.8% of them had multiple sexual partners. 20% committed paid sexes without condom, 27.5% non regular partners who committed paid sex (47.3%) use it inconsistently. Summary: Condom non use is common with all types of partners. HIV Risk perception is very low. Behavioral change intervention on misperceptions, safe sexual practices should be more strengthened.
Analysis of Effectiveness of Products Information Provided With Child Care Products published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Neha Tripathi, Seema Kwatra, Sushma Gangwar Toys and other children’s products are an integral part of children’s developmental processes. It may also inflict accidental injuries to children. Effective warning should result in safe behaviour, leading to reduction in number of accidents. In the present study efforts have been made to make warning symbol effective for use on baby products with the objective of evaluating parents awareness level, drawing up a list of requirements in terms of legibility, and understand ability, investigation of effectiveness of explicit warning and finally to suggest guidelines to make product information effective. The present study was purposively carried out at day care centres of Laxminagar (Delhi) on a sample size of 80 for the descriptive data collection through interview schedule method. The overall results of descriptive data reveal that the sample population preferred combination of descriptive and prescriptive information. Cent percent were of opinion that product information should be legible, informative, clear and appropriate. The use of symbols along with written text is must to enhance comprehensibility of warning signs. Lastly a guide was developed on “Effective Product Information Guide for Parents and Product Designers” to generate awareness amongst parents and to guide product designers to make product information effective.
Preliminary analysis of controllership in the city of Salvador published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
João Marcelo Pitiá Barreto, Eduardo Fausto Barreto, Maria da Graça Pitiá Barreto The Controllership has been the subject of studies and analyzes and reflections of prominent researchers of the sciences that focus on the field management of organizations such as the Administration and Accounting. It is important to note the contribution of the Controllership of public governance, the foundation of a democratic and participative management. In this context, it fits the purpose of this study, reflect on public performance of the comptroller of the city of Salvador, noting the contribution that effective governance in the municipality. The studies were developed in the Department of Finance (SEFAZ) Controllership of the municipality who is linked to. With exploratory, descriptive investigation that involved field research, analysis of documents and reports issued by SEFAZ and the Court of the City (TCM). It is the chart of SEFAZ, your budget and the opinions of TCM. The results show the importance of the Comptroller and denote the impression that the institution studied, this area is not performing their role well.
Formulation, Development and Characterization of Emulgel of a NSAID’S published in

The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal

Published by Neeraj Kumar
Devesh Kapoor, Ruchi B Vyas, Chaitali Lad, Manish Patel, Basant Lal, Ruchi Parmar` The objective of the current research work was to explore the potential of emulgel in enhancing the topical delivery of piroxicam. Emulgel formulations of piroxicam were prepared using three types of gelling agents: Carbopol 934, Xanthan gum and HPMCK15M. Based on solubility studies Tween-80 and Span-80 as emulsifiers and propylene glycol as co-surfactant were selected for preparation of emulgel. The persuade of the type of the gelling agent on the drug release from the prepared emulgel was investigated. The mentha oil is used as permeation enhancer. The formulated emulgel were characterized for their physical appearance, pH determination, viscosity, spreadability, in vitro drug release, ex vivo drug release, skin irritation test, anti inflammatory activity, analgesic activity and stability studies. All the prepared formulations showed acceptable physical properties, homogeneity, consistency, spreadability, viscosity and pH value. In-vitro release study demonstrated diffusion controlled release of piroxicam from formulation up to 8 h. The drug release profile exhibited zero order kinetics.
Evaluation on the Effect of Mutation of FKS1 Gene in Candida albicans Strains Resistant to Caspofungin in Iran published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Leila Fozouni,Dr Mansour Bayat Candida albicans has an instable resistance to common anti-fungal medicines,which is mainly because of fluctuations in the structural and regulatory genes of the fungus. The present study aims to investigate the anti-fungal effects of caspofungin on clinical strains of Candida albicans . Different tests were taken to identify Candida albicans yeast.The gene regions of samples were enhanced by 514 bp using PCR method. Sequencing was then conducted on 6 PCR products.Upon reviewing PCR products, it was found out that the protein sequence in 35 isolates were similar to the wild type of Candida albicans; while the protein sequence was changed in 6 isolates and the main changes were diagnosed in serine 645 position in FKS1 gene.In the present study, it was found out that major point mutations in the serine 645 position in FKS1 gene leads to the resistance of Candida albicans strains to caspofungin.
INDIAN COFFEE PRODUCTION AND EXPORT DESTINATIONS: AN OVERVIEW published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. M. AMARAVATHI, ANAND SHANKAR RAJA. M Coffee is not just a drink. It is a global commodity. As one of the world's most traded products, second in value only to oil, the coffee industry employs millions of people around the world through its growing, processing and trading. While the coffee trade is vital to the politics, survival and economies of many developing nations, the industry's pricing and futures are decided in conference rooms and on stock exchange floors in some of the world's wealthiest cities. Climate change is threatening coffee crops in virtually every major coffee producing region of the world. Higher temperatures, long droughts punctuated by intense rainfall, more resilient pests and plant diseases, all of which are associated with climate change, have reduced coffee supplies dramatically in recent years. Indian coffee production is affected due to the continuous fall in rainfall affecting production and export. This study aims at determining the position of coffee production in general, with regard to region wise split-up, taking into account Indian geographical area and production units and export data
The Impact of Employer Branding on Employee Performance published in

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Dr. K. Uthayasuriyan, V. Vijayalakshmi Employer branding is the new modern word for marketers as well as in human resource management. Employer Branding is defined as “targeted, long -term strategy to manage the awareness and perceptions of employees, potential employees, and related stakeholders with regards to a particular firm. The strategy can be tuned to drive recruitment, retention, and productivity management efforts. The organizations use many methods to recruit and hire, but now it is time to use the organization’s brand to attract talents the organization would like. Employer brand is “the image of an organization as a ‘great place to work’ in the mind of current employees and key stakeholders in the external market.” Brands are among a firm's most valuable assets and as a result brand management is a key activity in many organizations. The key to developing the employer brand strategy is to arrive at a comprehensive understanding of the organizational culture, key talent drivers (engagement factors), external perceptions, leadership vision, and management practices. Brand Management have been applied by the HR in order to attract, engage and retain employees in the same way as marketing applies such tools to attract and retain customers. This article will defines about Employer Branding, Employer Branding Process and Importance, Steps in Building employer brand to attract, engage & retain talent, suggestions to attract, keep & motivate employees, Employee Retention Strategy
Economics of Sugar Co-Operatives in Sangli District (Mah) published in

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Dr. S. S. Shejal India stands next to Brazil in area and production of sugarcane. The sugar industry is the second largest agro-based industry in India. Sugar and sugarcane economy plays a significant role in political and economic pitch of maharashtra. The sugar co-operatives in maharashtra has become a catalyst for all round development in rural area. Fourteen sugar factory are located in sangli district. One out of these fourteen are in private sector other are run on the co-operative basis. There has been rapid growth of sugar industry in sangli district particularly in cooperative sector.
Clinical Significance of Overall Treatment Time and Concurrent Chemo Radiation in the Treatment of Cervical Cancer Patients – 5 Years Follow-Up published in

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Sanjay Singh Chandel, Akshaykumar Nigam Background and rationale: The potential risk of prolongation of treatment time in cervical cancer has been reported for many low-dose rate (LDR) studies, with an estimated loss of local control ranging from 0.3 to 1.6% per day of treatment prolongation. Since the treatment schedule for fractionated high-dose rate intracavitary brachytherapy (HDRICBT) is not directly comparable with that for LDR studies. Many studies are also present with different results. Aims: To evaluate the clinical significance of overall treatment time with clinical response and overall survival cervical cancer treated with concurrent chemoradiation. Methods and Materials: Hundred patients with biopsy proven squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix with stage IIB to IVA (according to FIGO classification) were entered into protocol using concurrent paclitaxel and radiation. Radiotherapy was conventionally administered: 50.4 Gy/28 fractions by external beam (whole pelvis) followed by HDR-ICBT, 4 fractions of 7 Gy each. Paclitaxel was administered on weekly basis at dose of 40 mg?m2 during entire course of external beam radiotherapy. Results: Treatment response was evaluated three months after the end of radiotherapy by means of clinical examination and ultrasonography. Complete Regression (CR) in 78%, partial response (PR) 16% and progressive disease 6%. At 52 months of median follow up 56 patients alive out of 42 patients are diseases free. Conclusion: The results of this study suggest that to achieve better treatment outcome, avoid treatment prolongation and overall treatment time should be less than 50 days.
ROLE OF DIFFERENT PHYTOCONSTITUENTS FROM EUPHORBIA HIRTA L. IN DISEASE PREVENTION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sangeeta Devi*1, Muneesh Kumar2, Ravi3, Jagrati Tripathi4, Manik Sharma5. Euphorbia hirta L. belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae is widely used as a decoction or infusion to treat various ailments including intestinal parasites, diarrhoea, peptic ulcers, heartburn, vomiting, amoebic dysentery, asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, laryngeal spasms, emphysema, coughs, colds, kidney stones, menstrual problems, sterility and venereal diseases. Phytochemical analysis of Euphorbia hirta L. revealed the presence of reducing sugar, alkaloids, flavonoids, sterols, tannins and triterpenoids in the whole plant.
MAKEDONYA TÜRK EDEBİYATI KADIN ŞAİR VE YAZARLARINDAN CEVAHİR SELİM published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Zeki GÜREL Makedonya‘da Çağdaş Türk Edebiyatında kadın şair ve yazarların sayısı sınırlıdır. Makedonya‘da Çağdaş Türk Edebiyatında Yugoslavya devrinde yetişen şair ve yazarlardan birisi de Cevahir Selimdir. Cevahir Selim, 1927–1994 yılları arasında Üsküp‘te hayat sürmüş eğitimci şair ve yazarlarımızdan biridir. Cevahir Selim, Makedonya‘da 1944‘den sonra Türkçe eğitim veren ―Tefeyyüz‖ ilkokulunun ilk kadın öğretmenlerindendir. Cevahir Selim, Üsküp Radyosu Türkçe Yayınlarının ilk kadın spikerlerindendir. O, Yugoslavya‘da Türkler için çok önemli olan ―Yeni Yol‖ Kültür Güzel Sanatlar Derneğinin kuruluşunda yer alan ilk kadınlardan birisidir. Yani O, Makedonya‘da ilklerden biridir. ―Tefeyyüz‖de yedi nesil talebe yetiştirmiş bir öğretmendir. Onun talebeleri şimdi Makedonya‘da hayatın pek çok alanında söz sahibidirler. Cevahir Selim, yazdığı şiir ve hikâyelerini; Makedonya‘da, Birlik gazetesi, Sevinç, Tomurcuk ve Sesler dergilerinde, Kosova‘da Tan gazetesi ve Kuş çocuk dergilerinde yayımlamıştır. Ölümünden sonra da şiir ve hikâyeleri dergi ve gazetelerde yayımlanmaya devam etmiştir. Ama maalesef onun eserleri bugüne kadar her ne hikmetse kitap halinde yayınlanmamıştır. Balkanlarda haklı bir şöhrete sahip olduğu için üzerinde pek çok yazı yayınlanan Cevahir Selim‘in şiirlerinde tarihi ve milli şahsiyetler, çağdaşı büyük liderler, günlük hayattan izler ile geçmişten günümüze gelen mitolojik izlere rastlamaktayız. Biz bu yazımızda Makedonya Çağdaş Türk Edebiyatı kadın şair ve yazarlarından Cevahir Selim‘in hayatını, sanatını ve eserlerini, değişik kaynaklardan faydalanarak ele alacağız.
Acute and long term safety evaluation of Zincovit drop (Nutritional food supplement) in Wistar rats published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Shakta Mani Satyam, Laxminarayana Bairy Kurady The aim of the present study was to investigate the acute and sub-chronic toxicity associated with Zincovit drop (Nutritional food supplement) in Wistar rats. Acute toxicity class method (OECD 423 guideline) was employed to determine acute toxicity in Wistar rats. Animals were observed individually after dosing daily for a total of 14 days. Sub chronic toxicity was investigated in normal control (2% gum acacia, 1 ml/kg/day) and Zincovit drop at 25, 100 and 400 mg/kg/day individually for 3 months in adult female Wistar rats (4 groups, n= 6). Clinical signs, hematological and biochemical parameters were assessed. During the acute toxicity study, according to annex 2a of OECD 423 guidelines, Zincovit drop falls under Category 4 (>300-2000) of globally harmonized classification system (GHS). For Zincovit drops, LD50 cut-off among Wistar rats was observed at 1000 mg/kg. There was no significant change in their body weight. During the 90 days of sub-chronic toxicity study, treatment with Zincovit drop among Wistar rats, the lowest-observedadverse-effect level (LOAEL) and no-observed-adverse-effect level (NOAEL) was observed at 400 mg/kg/day and 100 mg/kg/day respectively. The present study revealed the long term safety ofZincovit drop especially at 25 mg/kg/day and 100 mg/kg/day in Wistar rats.
ANTIHYPERLIPIDIMIC GASTRO FLOATING TABLET OF PRAVASTATIN PREPARED FROM DIFFERENT GRADES OF HPMC POLYMER published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Aakanchha Jain Oral route is the most convenient route for the drug delivery because of ease of administration, economic therapy & patient compliance. Floating drug delivery system (FDDS) is one of the convenient ways than the convectional oral drug administration which keep drugs buoyant is stomach due to their low density than gastric fluid and can be a potential candidate for controlled release of drug over an extended period of time. FDDS are expected to maximize the absorption resulting in enhanced bioavailability and prolong residence time of drug in stomach. Pravastatin is an oral hyperlipidemic drug used to reduce blood cholesterol level. Floating tablets of pravastatin were prepared by using direct compression technique. The floating tablets of Pravastatin were prepared with different viscosity grades of HPMC (HPMC K4M, HPMC K15M, and HPMC K100M) and with different drug to polymer ratios. Prepared tablets were evaluated for parameters like friability, hardness, thickness, percentage weight variation, and content uniformity, buoyancy floating lag time, stability studies and in vitro release. Tablets of all formulations were found to be circular with no cracks and were white to off white in colour. The diameter of all formulations ranged between 7.96 to 8.00mm and thickness was in the range of 2.95 to 3.22mm. Stability Studies were carried out at room temperature for 30 days. The physical stability was assessed by the appearance and there was no change in colour or shape of the tablet on storage. F9 formulation containing 80 mg of HPMC K100M was most stable at the end of storage period. Thus, from the results of tablet evaluation it can be concluded that due to the buoyancy of drug in stomach, the prepared pravastin floating tablet maximize the absorption resulting in enhanced bioavailaibility and prolong resident time of drug in stomach. Key words: Buoyant tablets, Gastroretentive, floating tablets, pravastatin, sustained release tablets
ASSESSMENT OF DRUG INDUCED HEPATOTOXICITY IN PATIENTS TREATED FOR TB/HIV CO-INFECTIONS IN AYDER REFERRAL HOSPITAL ART CLINIC, MEKELLE; ETHIOPIA published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Minyahi A. Woldu1*, Addishiwot G. Zewde and Jimma L. Lenjissa Background: Concomitant use of treatment for tuberculosis and antiretroviral therapy is complicated by the adherence challenge of polypharmacy and overlapping side effect like drug-induced hepatotoxicity. Objective: To determine the prevalence of hepatotoxicity in patients treated for the co-infections of TB/HIV using serum ALT levels as marker of hepatotoxicity. Result: The most frequent type of hepatotoxicity grade observed was toxicity degree type one, which was observed in 45% of the patients. Five percent of female and 10% male on HAART and anti-TB medications developed hepatotoxicity. Patient in age between 19-62 year were develop almost double the prevalence i.e 10%, compared to 4% in /=63 year. The prevalence of severe hepatotoxicity (grade 2 or more) was 15 (15%). There was no significant correlation in toxicity grade at baseline ALT measures, (Spearman Correlation Asymp. Sig. (2-sided)= .878). However, the ALT measure after three month showed that significant association with the grades of toxicity, (Spearman Correlation Asymp. Sig. (2-sided) = .000). HCV infection was significantly associated with the risk of hepatotoxicity, which occurred in 3 out of 4 of the study participants (OR, 22.7; P.value, 0.34). Conclusion: The prevalence of hepatotoxcity in the study area was comparable to other similar studies. HBV co-infection was an independent risk factor for hepatotoxicity. Clinicians must consider the possibility of drug-induced liver injury in the management of HIV-infected patients, especially in those with certain risk factors such as co-infection with hepatitis B virus (HBV).
Prevalence of chronic kidney disease by stage in diabetic patients published in

Archives of Renal Diseases and Management

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Irma Larios Jiménez*, Enrique Villarreal Ríos, Liliana Galicia Rodríguez, Emma Rosa Vargas Daza, and Lidia Martínez González Fundamentals. Diabetes mellitus 2 is a chronic disease with an increasing prevalence in recent years, it is expected that by 2030 there will be 336 million diabetics worldwide, and the increase in life expectancy will influence the presentation of chronic complications, including chronic kidney disease with a prevalence of 10 to 14% of the adult population. The objective of the study was to identify the prevalence of chronic kidney disease by stage in diabetic patients Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional study in patients with a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus 2 included 426 patients attending the first level of care; were excluded patients with a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus 1, with rheumatic disease or with cystic nephropathy. Sociodemographic variables, anthropometric, serum creatinine and glomerular filtration rates were studied according to the CKD-EPI formula. The analysis plan included averages, percentages,and confidence intervals. Results: Women predominated in 63.2% (95% CI; 58.6-67.8), mean age 62.99 years (95% CI; 61.99-63.99), and diabetes evolution time 11.89 years (CI 95%; 11.16-12.62). The mean glomerular filtration rate was 81.34 ml/min (95% CI; 78.88-83.79), and stage 1 predominated with 46.6% (95% CI; 41.9-51.3). Conclusion: The prevalence of chronic renal disease was identified by stages and the early stages predominated.
The Political Economy of Criminal Justic System Reform in Nigeria (2000-2009) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Gbenemene Kpae | Dr. Comfort Nwideeduh The smooth running of the criminal justice system is very essential in the socio-economic development of every nation. It helps in curbing criminality and the maintenance of law and order in society. However, where the criminal justice system is dysfunctional, anarchy and lawlessness rather than rule of law becomes the order of the day, and that seems to be the situation in Nigeria today. The prevalence of violent crimes such as street crimes, cultism, militancy, and terrorism has made lives and property insecure, and the criminal justice system seems overwhelmed to contain the situation. The Nigerian criminal justice system has been plagued by several problems particularly issues relating to prison overcrowding, unlawful detention, corruption, extra-judicial killing, and human rights abuses. These violations have diminished public trust in the criminal justice system, especially the police force, and have affected the institution in the discharge of its responsibility of crime control. In an effort to make the criminal justice system more effective in tackling Nigerian security challenges, governments have set up various reforms committees. Unfortunately, many of the recommendations and white papers from these panels have remained without implementations. This paper focuses on the criminal justice reforms that were introduced since the return of democratic government in 1999.We recommend a implementation of reports of reformation of the criminal justice system as a way of decongesting the prison, making the police more efficient, and to eliminate delay in administration of justice Dr. Gbenemene Kpae | Dr. Comfort Nwideeduh"The Political Economy of Criminal Justic System Reform in Nigeria (2000-2009)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2245.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/political-science/2245/the-political-economy-of-criminal-justic-system-reform-in-nigeria-2000-2009/dr-gbenemene-kpae
Coumarin derivatives: Synthesis and cation binding properties published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Olfa Naouali, Rached Frija, Wissal Elgabsi, Naceur Hamdi* and Lassaad Baklouti Coumarin derivatives were easily prepared starting from 7-hydroxy 4-methyl-2H-chromen-2-one with 40% formaldehyde and suitable secondary amines in 95% ethanol in rather good yield. The structures of all compounds were confirmed via spectroscopic techniques IR, 1H NMR, 13C NMR, mass spectra and elemental analysis. The complexing properties of the coumarin derivatives toward alkali metal, alkaline earth metal, some transition metals and some heavy metal cations have been investigated in methanol by means of UV spectrophotometry absorption and conductivity methods. Thus, the stoichiometry of the complexes formed and their stability constants were determined
Recent Growth Trends of Automobile Industry in India published in

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Dr. Nidhi Agarwal One of the major industrial sectors in India is the automobile sector. Subsequent to the liberalization, the automobile sector has been aptly described as the sunrise sector of the Indian economy. This sector has witnessed tremendous growth during the last two decades. On the canvas of the Indian economy, automobile industry occupies a prominent place. The study focuses on the growth and development of Automobile industry in India. A sound transportation system plays a pivotal role in the country's rapid economic and industrial development.The Indian automobile industry provides direct employment to 1 million people and indirect employment to 18 million people in the country.
Fibrinogen and Ischaemic Heart Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Aashka M Shah Fibrinogen has been identified as an independent risk factor for Ischaemic Heart Disease (IHD) and has been associated with traditional cardiovascular risk factors. Also, the role of elevated fibrinogen in thrombosis suggests that it may be on the causal pathway for certain risk factors to exert their effect. The aims of present study are to estimate levels of plasma fibrinogen in patients of IHD and in controls and to evaluate its role as a thrombotic risk factor for IHD. Plasma fibrinogen levels were determined in cases and controls by functional Clauss method. Significant elevation in Plasma Fibrinogen levels was observed in cases as compared to controls with significant p value. (p value <0.001). Fibrinogen is a risk factor for CAD and it may be a useful screening tool to identify persons at increased thrombotic risk.
Effect of Static Splinting in Patient With Claw Hand - A Case Study published in

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Deepika Sharma, Smati Sambyal, Dheeraj Kv, Sandeep Kumar, Jaspreet Singh Vij Hand injury is a critical condition, it not only creates enormous physical and emotional cost to the victim but also cause a financial burden to the society at large. The treatment of hand injury focuses on enabling people to return to an active and productive life within limits of their disability and preventing further injury. In recent times with advances in rehabilitation, functional activates like eating, writing, combing after hand injures are now made possible. Splinting is a well accepted modality in gaining joint motion in the injured hand there by maximizing functional use of hand. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effect of static splinting on lumbrical muscle, in which, a 20 year old male patient, with flexor tendon injuries along with both ulnar and median nerve injury, has been taken. The patient was operated for repairing the tendon injuries and had been advised conventional physiotherapy along with static custom made splint for claw hand. Conclusions: The findings of the study indicate that the static splinting improves grip strength of hand as well as reducing the severity of claw hand.
Biogenic amines production and its relationship with psychrophilic bacteria load in whole yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) during ice storage published in

Basic Research Journal of Food Science and Technology

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Shiva Afsharmanesh, Yousef Peighambari, Bahare Shabanpure and Ahmad Reza Hosseini Production of biogenic amines (histamine, putrescine, cadaverine) investigated for whole Yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) stored in ice on-board of catch vessels, after discharge were studied. The maximum mean concentration of putrescine, cadaverine and histamine were reached to 23.39?g/g, 12.37?g/g and 4.30 ?g/g in one of samples, respectively. The psychrophilic bacteria load of this sample became dominant at ice storage and the numbers exceeded the International Commission on Microbiological Specifications for Foods (ICMSF) limit of 107 cfu/g (more than 108 cfu/g in this study). According to statistical analyses, putrescine was the main biogenic amine formed and its highest value (23.39 mg/kg) was recorded and found the best correlation between putrescine and psychrophilic bacteria load (r2=0.94). Histamine development was found to be lower than the Food and Drug Authority (FDA) safety level but have been reported that Cadaverine and putrescine to enhance the toxicity of histamine. The mostly of fishes that are stored in the catch vessels with this storage method (Ice storage) are still suitable for consumption after discharge. Keywords: Yellowfin tuna, Biogenic amine, Psychroohilic bacteria, Ice storage, Catch vessels
Role of early laparoscopy in management of acute abdominal pain published in

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Drshaishav Patel, Drmukeshsuvera, Dr Abdullah Mansuri, Drpranay Patel Background: Acute abdominal pain is a common cause for presentation to the emergency room and hospital admission. Many of these patients will undergo exploration for suspected appendicitis, but in 20–35% of cases a normal appendix is found. Because of the limited access provided by the gridiron incision, a definitive diagnosis may not be found. Other patients may be treated conservatively and discharged, only to return with recurrent pain or more definitive symptoms of pathology. In patients with acute abdominal pain, early laparoscopy is an accurate means of both making a definitive diagnosis and avoiding a delay in the diagnosis. Methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of 300 consecutive patients with acute abdominal pain over a 35month period. All patients underwent diagnostic laparoscopy within 48 hrs of admission. We evaluated the initial clinical diagnosis, the laparoscopic diagnosis, and the subsequent outcome in this group of patients. Individuals with abdominal trauma were excluded from the study, and all patients were >15 years of age. Results: A definitive diagnosis was made in 80% of patients after diagnostic laparoscopy. Laparoscopy changed the clinical diagnosis in 30% of cases. 70% of patients underwent a laparoscopic operation for management of their condition at the time of diagnosis. In 90 patients (30%) conversion to open surgery either laparotomy or Mcburney’s incision was required to manage their condition. Peritonitis was present in 60 patients; 45 of them had appendicitis. 10 patients developed complications related to the diagnostic laparoscopy or the laparoscopic operation, and there was one postoperative death due to a perforated gastric malignancy. Mean operating time was 45 min. Conclusion: Early diagnostic laparoscopy and treatment results in the accurate, prompt, and efficient management of acute abdominal pain. This technique reduces the rate of unnecessary laparotomy and right iliac fossa gridiron incisions and increases the diagnostic accuracy in these patients. This treatment method is feasible where facilities are available to accommodate the workload and there are practitioners with the requisite expertise.
ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF LEMONGRASS (CYMBOPOGON FLEXUOSUS) OIL AGAINST SOME SELECTED PATHOGENIC BACTERIAS. published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Archana Vaishnava* and Susweta Samanta In this study the lemon grass oil was extracted from the plant sources Cymbopogon flexuosus antibacterial activity. Results of this study showed that most antibacterial effect of lemon grass and essence was against Gram positive bacteria. According to the considerable antibacterial effect of methanol extract of lemon grass leaves on pathogenic bacteria especially Gram positive bacteria that are involved in creating variety of nonsocial and malicious infections this extract can be considered as a natural antibacterial herbal product. Finally it is concluded that the mixture of lemon grass oil is used to treat bacterial infections. It is concluded that, in the present study, the plant contains potential antibacterial components that may be useful for evolution of pharmaceutical for the therapy of ailments. The antimicrobial activity was determined by well diffusion method. The activity was determined for different concentration of lemon grass oil against Escherichia coli, Proteus vulgaris, Bacillus subtilis and Staphylococcus aureus. Both Staphylococcus aureus and Bacillus subtalis had the highest microbial sensitivity and this inhibitory effect increased with increasing methanol extract concentration. Also results obtained showed that growth inhibitory effect of methanol extract of lemon grass oil on tested Gram negative bacteria was very low, so that no growth inhibition effect on the Proteus valgaris and detected slight inhibitory effect against Escherichia coli at the highest extract concentration used (120 mg/ml concentration). These results indicated that among tested bacteria in term of sensitivity to methanolic dilution of lemon grass oil there was a significant difference.
The International Economic Law and its Revolution published in

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Design compatibility of hand tools published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
U.V. KIRAN Hand tools are ubiquitous and they are integral to our daily routine. Workers in agricultural work, industrial occupation and home makers in kitchens make intensive use of hand tools, and poor tool design can adversely affect user’s performance and lead to increased accidents and injuries. Kitchen tools aid to perform the job safely, efficiently and comfortably even in adverse working conditions, reinforcing strength and effectiveness of hands. The problem arises with the selection of right tool with the availability of variety of tools in the market ensuring comfort and safety. The present study is an attempt to know user’s opinion about the design and comfort features of the kitchen tools used by them. Twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad were selected for the study. A total of 120 employed home makers were identified as the sample and a self-structured interview schedule pertaining to tool possession, frequency of tool use, user identity, years and duration of use of tool, and feeling of convenience while using the tool were studied. The results of the survey revealed that peelers, kitchen tongs and graters are the tools, which are very useful but are felt stressful and comfortable to use. Results of the study confirmed that the existing kitchen tools have certain design flaws in user’s point of view and require modifications to improve user’s comfort and efficiency.
A Study of Anxiety & Depression Among Learning Disabled Children published in

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Chaudhary, A. K. , Meghwal Jyoti In order to understand the level of anxiety and depression among Learning Disabled (LD) children a comparative study between able/ normal children and LD children was conducted at Ahmedabad. 60 Children between age group of 12-15 years were selected. Their anxiety level was judged through Hamilton Anxiety Test and depression level was judged through Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9). Z test was used to judge the level of significance at 5 % level. Significant difference was found between anxiety level as well as depression level of able children and LD children. Level of anxiety and depression was significantly higher in LD children.
Investigation on the Anthropometric and Physiological Features Of Alpine Discipline and Nordic Discipline Turkish National Ski Teams published in

Sportif Bakis: Spor ve Egitim Bilimleri Dergisi

Published by Umit Dogan USTUN
Vahdet ALAEDDINOGLU, Ismail KAYA The aim of this study was to investigate of physical features, explosive power, and stamina and body fat percentage of youngster male skiers of Turkish National Ski Team. A total of 28 sportsmen -15 sportsmen on Nordic Discipline and 13 sportsmen on Alpine Discipline- volunteered for the study. Depending on training program of the volunteering sportsmen some physical and physiological parameters were mutually examined. The date of birth, height, weight, and the height seated and arm span also fat measurements, round measurements, length measurement, standing long jump, push-up, shuttle, and jump and grip strength values were examined. In the evaluation of the data SPSS for Windows 17 package program was used and significance degree was taken at the degree of a=0.05 and 0.01. This study showed significant differences between physical p<0.05, explosive power p<0.05, agility p<0.05, and body fat percentage p<0.05 according to ski discipline.
Ibopamine eye drops in ophthalmology published in

Asian Journal of Science and Technology

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Italo Giuffrè MD PhD Ibopamine eyedrops are used in Ophthalmology. This molecule is characterized by a dual mechanism of action, since it acts on both adrenergic and dopaminergic receptors. The adrenergic action is responsible for a marked mydriasis without accommodative paralysis, while the dopaminergic action increases the production of aqueous humor. Given this dual action, ibopamine may be useful for diagnostic purposes in Ophthalmology. This paper aims at presenting the most intriguing evidence on ibopamine and discusses the profile of patients who may be best suitable to this molecule.
An Efficient Novel Framework For Enhancing ?e Quality Of Personal Photographs Using Internet Picture Gallerie published in

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Anisha Nk, Ginnu George S entiment analysis is an application of Computational Linguistics and Text Mining, in which the hidden emotions in a given text are extracted. In this paper, S entiment Analysis of Malayalam movie reviews is done by classifying the review obtained from user as positive, negative and neutral. A hybrid approach for S entiment Analysis is proposed in this work in which Maximum Entropy Model is used for tagging and certain rules are also incorporated to handle certain special cases. ?e Maximum Entropy classifier is a probabilistic classifier which belongs to the class of exponential models. It is based on the Principle of Maximum Entropy. It selects the one which has the largest entropy and from all the models that fit our training data. Maximum Entropy Classification finds out in which class the review must belong, given a context so that it maximizes the entropy of the classification system. ?e rules included ensure that special cases are handled which include negation, intensifiers, dilators etc. ?e system performed well gi ving a considerable precision rate.
Six Sigma Based Analytical Study on Positive Psychological Principles in English Learning of High School Students. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mr. R. Hari Haran Positive psychology after World War II became a science largely devoted to healing. Its importance is revealed while learning the English by high school students. The main purpose of this analytical paper, is to elucidate the academic utility of six sigma methods which is widely used in the industrial units for the quality improvements. The six sigma – DMAIC method based experimental analysis was conducted on the high school students while learning the English. The pre-test - post-test –equivalent group design was adopted to conduct the experiment and to find the impact of ICT based teaching of positive psychological principles. Totally 30 students were allotted in each group through the purposive sampling. The major findings reveal that the sigma mean of the control group was lesser than the experimental group. Though the learning deficiencies are found in the both groups, the experimental group outdid the control group in the achievement test.
PARAMETRIC OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE IN WIRE CUT ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING: AN OVERVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Mayur N. Patel*, Mr. Viren B. Bagadiya, Mr.Manish M. Maisuria Electro Discharge Machining (EDM) is an emerging technology in the field of machining to fabricate very complex micro products. Wire EDM is a very complex process involving the different process parameters. The experiments are often time consuming and costly. It is used to manufacture geometrically intricate shapes with great accuracy and good surface finish that are difficult to machine with th e help of conventional machining processes,but recent development in material have become a difficult task for WEDM process to be used for machining alternative in future,so there is need to make continuous improvement in current WEDM process to increase their productivity and efficiency in WEDM have directly contributed to increased cutting speed and d imensional accuracy. This paper reviews the various notable works in the field of WEDM and emphasis is made on optimization of machining parameters.
Numerical Accuracy of Runge-Kutta Fehlberg’s Method published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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R. B. Srivastava*and Vikas Kant Pandey Fifteen ordinary equations with boundary conditions have been solved with the help of Runge-Kutta Fehlberg’s method and compared with the exact values. It has been observed that the Runge-Kutta Fehlberg’s method is accurate up to 10 digits after the decimal point at some points. Average of maximum errors indicates that Runge-Kutta Fehlberg’s method is at least accurate up to two digits after the decimal point. Average of maximum percentage errors at each point has been found to be 0.07261551465131.
PERFORMANCE OF WAVELET PACKET BASED SPEC TRUM SENSING IN COGNITIVE RADIO FOR DIFFERENT WAVELET FAMILIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Saloni Pandya * , Prof. Rashmi Pant Spectrum sensing has been identified as a key enabling functionality to ensure that cognitive radios would not interfere with primary users, by reliably detecting primary user signals. The cognitive Radio built on a software - defined radio, defined as an unpredictable growth of wir eless communication scheme, which is automatic adjustment of the electromagnetic environment to adapt their operation and dynamically vary its radio operating parameters while bring no harmful interference to the primary use. The researchers are focuses on the cooperative spectrum sensing technique to improve reliability of the spectrum but for cooperative spectrum sensing scheme are very difficult to tolerate with each individual node of the wireless network for the short time. This pap er proposes energy d etection based spectrums s ensing for the different SNR . The proposed method which is also analysis performance of the SNR and the Decision Accuracy using different wavelet family and comparative analysis of the Haar, Symlets ,Coiflets and Dabuchesis wavelet in terms of different value of the SNR , Probability of Detection.
Osseointegration in Dental Implants: A Literature Review published in

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Dr. Shikha Nandal, Dr. Pankaj Ghalaut, Dr. Himanshu Shekhawat, Dr. Priya Nagar Osseointegration of dental implants refers to the process of bone growing right up to the implant surface. No soft tissue connects the bone to the surface of the implant. No scar tissue, cartilage or ligament fibers are present between the bones and implant surface. The direct contact of bone and implant surface can be verified microscopically. When Osseointegration occurs, the implant is tightly held in place by the bone. The process typically takes four to six months to occur well enough for the implant dentist to complete the restorations. This article provides a comprehensive review of osseointegration in dental implants
Marital Status, Socioeconomic and Health Situation in Diabetes Patients: A Polish National Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anna Abramczyk Background: Marital status is considered an important factor related to population health and mortality rates. Despite the ongoing changes in the meaning and importance of marital status, still little is known about the relationship between marital status and health. This study presents the impact of marital status on the health and socioeconomic status of diabetes patients in Poland. Methods: The research for this study was carried out among 1,986 patients with diabetes, originating from 61 randomly chosen units of the national primary health care system. For the purpose of this work, the research was carried out on the basis of: guided nurse interview, analysis of the medical documentation, anonymous questionnaire, relative assessment of fitness and independence of the patients. Results: Widowed subjects were most commonly characterized by the highest blood pressure (p<0,01) and total cholesterol values (p<0,05) as well as by the largest deficits in fitness (p<0,0001) and self-reliance (p<0,0001). Alcohol consumption (p<0,0001) and morbid gynoid obesity (p<0,0001) were most common in married patients. Married and unmarried individuals were most commonly free of physical (p<0,01) and mental disorders (p<0,0001), fully fit (p<0,0001) and self-reliant (p<0,0001) as well as characterized by better social and material status (p<0,0001) and lower demand for professional help (p<0,0001) as compared to the divorced and widowed patients. Conclusion: Marital status significantly differentiates behaviors, health, social and economic status as well as the demand for support in diabetic patients
Penerapan Model Pembelajaran Discovery Learning Menggunakan Pembelajaran Tipe Shared dan Webbed untuk Meningkatkan Keterampilan Proses Sains published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Muhammad Yusuf, Ana Ratna Wulan The research aims to analyze the improvement of science process skills through the implementation of discovery learning using integrated instruction of shared and webbed types on the topic of Global Warming. The method adopted was quasi experiment with the matching-only pretest-posttest control group design, conducted in one of the state junior high schools in Bulungan Regency, North Kalimantan, more specifically in the seventh-grade class for the school year of 2014/2015. The research instruments employed consisted of written tests of science process skills in the forms of multiple choice questions. Research results show that there was no significant difference in the use of discovery learning of shared-integrated and webbed-integrated types in improving students’ science process skills, based on tcount = -1.537, inside the acceptable range listed in ttable = ±2.014, with a significance value of 0.131. The mean N-Gain scores for students’ science process skills in shared-integrated and webbed-integrated classes were 0.55 and 0.47, respectively, which were both categorized as moderate.
PROPERTIES OF PROMOTING COMMODITIES, AIMED ON CHILDREN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alina Andreyevna Kasianova; Inna Aleksandrovna Akhnovskaya Problems of choice target audience of the baby food market are analyzed in the article. Features of promoting commodities, which aim on children are investigated
Role of Immunohistochemical Studies in the Classification of Lung Adenocarcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cytologic Specimens : A Review of Literature published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Nirali Shah, Dr. Cherry Shah, Dr. Biren Parikh, Dr. Deepak Joshi Primary tumours of the lung consist of four principal types; squamous cell carcinoma, small cell carcinoma, large cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. The results of several clinical trials identified lung tumor histologic features as a potential prognostic factor and predictor of clinical outcome and response to chemotherapy. Hence, the distinction between different subtypes of NSCLC, particularly adenocarcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) has gained importance. Cytologic features of these tumors can overlap, and a variety of superimposed degenerative and mechanical changes can distort the cytologic appearances of the tumor cells. As a result, ancillary techniques such as immunohistochemical analysis have been frequently incorporated into the diagnostic workup of many cytologic and small biopsy specimens.CK5/6 and p63 were used as immunohistochemical markers for SCC, and TTF-1 and surfactant protein A were markers for Adenocarcinoma
FACTORES DE RIESGO DE FIBRILACIÓN AURICULAR POSOPERATORIA EN CIRUGÍA CARDÍACA / Risk factors for postoperative atrial fibrillation in cardiac surgery published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Elizabeth Rodríguez Rosales, Antonio de Arazoza Hernández, Francisco Vázquez Castro and Francisco L. Moreno-Martínez Introduction: The advent of new techniques of percutaneous intervention, the optimization of pharmacological behavior and the use of new surgical techniques (conventional, minimally invasive and video-assisted) have resulted in ever more difficult cases being treated in the operating room with an increase in the incidence of postoperative atrial fibrillation. Objective: To analyze the association among some variables and the incidence of this arrhythmia in cardiovascular surgery. Method: A retrospective analysis was conducted with the last 100 patients of both sexes, aged 18 and over, operated in the Cardiovascular Surgery Service of CIMEQ Cardiology Hospital, between October 2008 and February 2010. 27 variables arranged in four groups were analyzed and their relationship with postoperative atrial fibrillation was determined. Results: 37% of the patients analyzed presented this type of atrial fibrillation, which was more frequent in patients with mixed (80%) and double valve disease (66.66 %). Of the clinical variables only previous atrial fibrillation, mitral valve disease, age over 65, hemodynamic instability, previous myocardial infarction and III or IV functional class were significant. None of the studied electrocardiographic variables were significantly associated with the occurrence of postoperative atrial fibrillation. All echocardiographic variables (dilated left ventricle and atrium, dilated right atrium and ejection fraction below 55 %), and six of the variables that are typical of surgery (cardiopulmonary bypass, recovery from cardiac arrest in atrial or ventricular fibrillation, use of amines in trans or postoperative period, over 120 minutes of aortic clamping, double valve disease and mixed cases) were significantly associated with the occurrence of this arrhythmia. Conclusions: The clinical variables highly associated with atrial fibrillation are less significant than the variables typical of surgery, in the case of postoperative atrial fibrillation.
The Theme of Growing up and Identity Crisis in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland published in

Published by
Pratima Mistry Alice in Wonderland, a classic of children literature, is often regarded as psychological and philosophical metaphors and as literary parody. Widely translated, quoted and adapted for various media, the book provoked enough fascination among children and critics alike. It was an enormous success. The reason for its unexpected popularity was that it was published at a time when most children’s books were designed to instruct rather than entertain. Alice’s chaotic nonsense world provides an exhaustible mine of literary, philosophical and scientific themes. One of the most obvious themes found is the theme of growing up and identity crisis. Alice’s experiences in Wonderland can be taken as a metaphor for the experience of growing up, both in terms of physically growing up and coming to understand the world of adults.
Nanostructured Superhydrophobic Coatings published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
M Farzaneh and D K Sarkar A short description of the activities and facilities of the CIGELE/INGIVRE Chairs in relation with superhydrophobic and icephobic nanometric coatings has been reported. A brief description of how superhydrophobicity can help mitigate the ice accretion problem on power network equipment and other exposed structures by reducing adhesion of ice to surface has been presented. Basic models namely the Wenzel and Cassie-Baxter models accounting for the contact angle of water on solid surfaces relating to the infl uence of surface roughness on hydrophobicity have been discussed. The CIGELE/INGIVRE research team involved in the development of nanometric materials is actively working on the elaboration of superhydrophobic aluminium surfaces by chemical etching, superhydrophobic copper surfaces by silver nanoparticles, superhydrophobic nanostructured oxides and superhydrophobic nanofi bres. Some of the promising results achieved on superhydrophobicity have been described.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF MODIFIED RELEASE TABLET OF DONEPEZIL HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Patel Bhavik N., Patel Devyani B., Dr. Patel Chhagan N. The purpose of present work was a developed sustained release matrix tablet of Donepezil hydrochloride stable and provide sustained therapeutically effective plasma level over a 24 hour period with reduced undesired side effects, and developed dosage form shows better in-vitro drug release than that of marketed available (SR) formulation. Donepezil hydrochloride matrix tablet were prepared by wet-granulation technique using natural polymers Guar gum, Xanthan gum, Karaya gum and pectin a release controlled polymer. The prepared SR tablets were evaluated for thickness, Hardness, friability, drug content and in-vitro drug release.Using experiment design, the prepared formulations evaluated. The optimized formulation E7 containing guar gum and PVP-K30 showed good in-vitro drug release and grater similarity factor with marketed (SR) formulation profile (76.22), and other physicochemical properties that were suitable for SR tablet. Stability study of optimized formulation showed that optimized formulation was stable at accelerated environment conditions.

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