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TOXICITY PROFILE OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF LAWSONIA INERMIS LEAVES IN ALBINO WISTAR RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manpreet Kaur1, CBS Dangi1, Ashish Singhai2, Madulika Singh3, Susmit Kosta1, Hardev Singh4, Jaya Peter1, Shikha Jain1 Leaves extract of Lawsonia Inermis (Heena) is extensively used for medicinal purpose in various countries. The aim of the present study is to determine the adverse effects of leaves extract of L.Inermis using albino wistar rats of both sex. Acute toxicity profile was determined with dose pattern of 100mg, 500mg, 1000mg and 2000mg /kg/b.w for 72 hours. After determining the lethal dose sub-acute study was study was conducted with dose 200mg, 500mg and 1000mg /kg/b.w. for 14 days . After 14 days blood was taken for various biochemical test and animals were scarified, heart, liver, kidney and spleen were histologically studied. The histopathological and biochemical results showed that no pathological and haematological changes were observed with dose level of 200 and 500mg/kg/b.w. when compared with the control group.
STEVENS-JOHNSON SYNDROME & TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS-A CASE REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Deepalakshmi M, Arun K.P, Gloria Sam Stevens - Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a potentially rare,deadly skin disease that usually results from a drug reaction. Another form of the disease is called Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN), and again this usually results from a drug-related reaction. Both forms of the disease can be deadly as well as very painful and distressing. There are many drugs that have been linked to SJS, and these include NSAIDs, Allopurinol, Phenytoin, Carbamazepine, Barbiturates, and Sulfa Antibiotics. Often, Stevens-Johnson syndrome begins with flu-like symptoms, followed by a painful red or purplish rash that spreads and blisters, eventually causing the top layer of your skin to die and shed. The condition can sometimes although not very often be attributed to a bacterial infection, and in some cases there are unknown causes for the onset of SJS or TEN. However, the most common cause is through drug related reaction.
METHANOLIC EXTRACTS: ANTI-ATHEROTHROMBOSIS ACTIVITIES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Md.Torequl Islam*, Ayesha Mahmood, Abdullah Al Faruq and Ali Ahmmad Thrombus formation inside the blood vessels obstructs the blood flow through the circulatory system leading to hypertension, heart stroke, anoxia and so on. The complete deprivation of oxygen during infarction is the cause of the cell death. Crude biologicals and their components possessing antithrombotic activity have been reported before. This study was aimed to investigate thrombolytic activity of methanol extracts of four traditionally used medicinal plants. For this an in-vitro thrombolytic study was carried out along with streptokinase and methanol were taken as reference standard and negative control respectively. Two doses (5 ?g/?l and 10 ?g/?l) were selected for the methanolic crude extractives. The highest lysis (55.15%) activity was observed with the Plumbago indica extract at the dose of 10 ?g/?l. Then followed by 28.29%, 26.53% and 17.26% for the Ficus racemosa, Alstonia macrophylla and Alstonia scholaris respectively at the same dose. With some exceptions all the extractives showed graded dose responses. Preliminary chemical group identification test revealed the presence of alkaloids, lycosides,steroids, saponins and terpenoids, tannins and reducing sugars important secondary metabolites.
Diagnosis of Strongyloides Stercoralis by Stool Microscopy: Screening Tool in an Immunocompromized Patient published in

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Dr. VP.Amudha,Dr.G.Sucilathangam,Dr.G. Velvizhi,Dr.B. Cinthujah` Strongyloides stercoralis an intestinal nematode, causes the disease Strongyloidiasis, which is defined by acute manifestation, autoinfection and hyper infection leading to persistent and fatal disseminated infections in immunocompromised hosts. Effective treatment is dependent on early detection of larvae in stool. We report a case of a 45-year old male patient on steroid therapy for Psoariasis admitted in Skin ward with history of diarrhoea on and off for past one week. A routine stool examination was done with wet mount and Lugols iodine mount. Microscopic observation of wet mount preparation of stool concentrate with saline, Iodine and LPCB revealed numerous rhabditiform larvae of Strongyloides stercoralis that were identified by the characteristic morphology. He recovered with normal lab findings within two days of treatment with Ivermectin. Early diagnosis is a real challenge; therefore high index of suspicion is required to get immunocompromised patients with high eosinophil count screened for Strongyloides stercoralis by stool microscopic examination. It is associated with high mortality rate, hence definitive and an early diagnosis is required to start appropriate therapy.
Effect of sperm selection by percoll and swim up techniques on the sex ratio of rabbit offspring published in

The Asian Journal of Animal Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.M.A. HUSSEIN This study was conducted to evaluate rabbit the semen characterization before freezing and after thawing. Also, to determine the sex ratio of rabbit offsprings after artificial insemination (AI) using semen selected by Percoll or swim up method. Semen was collected from New Zealand white rabbit bucks (n=9) and 45 rabbit does in three groups (15 in each) were inseminated with frozen semen (control, G1), semen selected by 67.5 per cent Percoll (G2) or swim up (G3) methods, respectively. Semen was processed in tris-buffer extender at a rate of 1:4. Results showed that percentage of progressive motility, livability and intact acrosome spermatozoa decreased (P<0.05) post-dilution, post-equilibration and post-thawing. Using semen selected by Percoll in does AI resulted in more females (65.8 %) and less males (34.2 %). Using semen selected by swim up method in AI produced more males (75 %) and less females (25 %). Control does produced sex ratio of 51.2 per cent males and 48.8 per cent females. In conclusion, present results showed that, regardless sperm characteristics in post-thawed rabbit semen and fertility results, semen selected by Percoll density at 67.5 per cent and 10 min centrifugation or swim-up can be used for determining the sex ratio of rabbits. This may control the desire to male or female production prior to conception.
Workers Exposure and Individual Behavior in A Car Battery Plant published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Olivia Anca Pogacean,Eugen Stelian Gurzau We investigated a group of 188 workers from a battery plant. The workers filled in a questionnaire regarding cyclical activities, work with strenuous exercise, the use of the personal protective equipment (PPE), ventilation, personal hygiene and the general health status. Most of the workers (90 %) reported repeated activities, 76 % work with strenuous exercise. According to the filled in questionnaires PPE is provided for 98.4 % of the workers while only 64.4% of them use PPE. Shower facilities are provided for all the workers, while about 80% of them take a shower at the end of their shift. Smoking at the workplace is recorded in 3.7% of the investigated workers. Battery plant management need to implement an intervention program, to change knowledge, attitudes, practices, behavior of the workers, as controlling exposure by respirators, cleaning, personal hygiene issues it is obviously of an major emergency importance.
Effect of sulphur dioxide exposure on total red blood cell count and haemoglobin concentration of albino rat published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sanjeev Kumar Nigam* and Kavita Sharma Total red blood cell (RBC) count and haemoglobin concentration of albino rats, Rattusnorvegicus (Berkenhout) were studied after exposure to 30ppm and 60ppm sulphur dioxide gas to 10 and 20 days for 1 hour per day. A significant decrease in total RBC count has been reported, while very highly significant decrease in the haemoglobin concentration was observed in albino rats after exposure to 30ppm and 60ppm sulphur dioxide gas.

Service Strategy Design: Transforming Service Management into a Strategic Asset

published in

Organization Leadership and Development Quarterly (OLDQ)

Published by Centre for Organization Leadership and Development (COLD)

Justine Chinoperekweyi

Most business processes are in chaos, that is, they are disorganized and unordered. The level of chaos is more pronounced when dealing with service processes. It is against this understanding that the governance and management of service processes should prioritize the development of a service strategy that is all-encompassing, structured and aligned to the overall business intent. Collaboration between different functions is a prerequisite to the process of service strategy development in order to ensure sound implementation of the service strategy as determined by organization’s enhanced capacity to self-organize and adapt. The service strategy should show how the organization will transform service management from an organizational capability into a strategic asset, and to think and act in a strategic manner. As a result of reliance on automated processes, business today involves a multiplicity of services, systems or processes, hence th1e need for the unified engineering methodology to the development and implementation of the service strategy.

A GREEN METHOD FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF TITANIUM DIOXIDE NANOPARTICLES USING CASSIA AURICULATA LEAVES EXTRACT published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. G. Valli*1 and S. Geetha2 Knowing the importance of titanium dioxide nanoparticles and Cassia auriculata as revealed by various literature resources, Green synthesis of titanium dioxide nanoparticles using Cassia auriculata leaves were carried out. The formation of titanium dioxide nanoparticles were identified first by observing the color changes of the extract. Secondly titanium dioxide nanoparticles were confirmed by the spectral studies like UV-Visible, FT-IR, X-Ray Diffraction and Field Emission Scanning ElectronMicroscopy. UV absorbance at 447.3 nm and M-O stretching at 516.92 cm-1 by FT-IR for the TiO2 nanoparticles were observed. XRD and FE-SEM analysis of TiO2 nanoparticles showed that they were found to exhibit spherical shape with an average size of 38.0 nm.
THE DARANA OF THE TWO SAINTS OF ASSAM, ANKAR DEVA AND JN PR : A COMPARATIVE STUDY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Aktarun Nehar Kazi, Dr. Dharani Kanta Das The two saints of Assam, ?ankaradeva and ?j?n Pr, though preached two different religions namely the Vaisnavism and the Islamism respectively, contributed the simplification of rituals and the use of vernacular for translating their respective religious directives, played a great role to enter in to the heart of the people of Assam of their times and now. ?ankardeva composed a numbers of Nm, Kirtana containing the religious ideologies of the Mahapurusi? vaisnavism. ?j?n P?r was not an Assamese by birth like ?ankardeva, he came to Assam from Bagdad, Iraq and acquired mastery in the indigenous Assamese language and composed a number of religious songs (zikir and z?ri) in Assamese language that simplified the learning of Islamic preachings. The present study is a comparative analytical study to enquire their contribution in propagating their religious idea and tolerance.
THE SYNTHESIS OF (5-HYDROXY-5-(1-METHOXYPROPAN-2-YL)-4-METHYLFURAN-2(5H)-ONE, 5-(1-METHOXYPROPAN-2-YL)-4-METHYLFURAN-2(5H)-ONE) AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
N. Gherraf, N. Tamma Butenolides are a class of lactones with a four carbon heterocyclic ring structure. They are sometimes considered as oxidized derivatives of furan. The simplest butenolide is 2-furanone, which is a common component of larger natural products and is sometimes referred to as simply "butenolide". A common biochemically important butenolide is ascorbic acid (vitamin C). The butenolide and their analogues represent a wide range of the natural compounds of medical and biological importance. In the last decades, a great number of compounds of various structures, in general from Alkylidene butenolide were isolated and showed biological activities. In this work we have studied the reactivity of some alkylidene butenolide and carried out their antibacterial activity.
SYNTHESIS AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITIESPREDICTION AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION FOR SOME PYRIDINE CONTAINING HYDROXYTRIAZENES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ashok Kumar Patidar, Ajay Kumar Goswami*, Sharad Sharma1, Anita Mehta, Amit Bhargava In-silico prediction of newly synthesized compounds and their experimental validation has recently attracted attention of researchers. PASS (Prediction of Activity Spectra for Substances) is a very simple tool for prediction of probable activity theoretically on the basis of molecular structure. In the present study, a series of hydroxytriazenes (4a-h) have been synthesized and characterized through their spectral and physical analysis. All synthesized compounds have been screened for probable activities using PASS (http://pharmaexpert.ru/passonline/) and have Pa value in the range of 95.2% to 80.9% indicating their excellent probability to have antiinflammatory activity. In view of this synthesized compounds have been used to validate anti-inflammatory activities as predicted by PASS. It is first such attempt to use In-silico prediction before synthesis and test validity of PASS for designing drugs with respect to hydroxytriazenes.
Relationship of soil chemical composition with the nutritive values of barley grain of Rajasthan and Haryana published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
R. K. Singh* and Rajendra Prasad Sharma# Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is widely known for their nutritional values. The main approach of the research work is to study their agronomical characteristics present in the different barley grains collected from different parts of the Rajasthan and Haryana province. The analysis of macro and micro-nutrients present in the barley grain shows the presence of the high concentration of Sodium (Na) and Potassium (K) (942.028 ppm and 5286.667 ppm respectively) with respect to soil Sodium (Na) and Potassium (K) (261.50 ppm and 2360.00 ppm respectively) collected separately from Rajasthan and Haryana, whereas concentration of Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg) and Iron (Fe) are lesser (624.139 ppm, 1141.421 ppm, and 1287.686 ppm respectively) with respect to soil (2267.00 ppm, 4383.00 ppm and 15678.00 ppm respectively).These results were analyzed at Arbro Pharmaceuticals Limited; Delhi using inductively coupled plasma mass-spectrometer (ICP-MS) and Atomic absorption spectrometer-hydride generation (AAS-HG) by Fare lab, Gurgaon, Haryana, India .The results may be useful in the food nutritional chemistry for animal feed, human consumption and for Agro industry.
The Study of Direct Selling Management Strategies and Consumer Behavior an Example of the Companies in India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manish Singh Sengar, Dr. Piyush Kant Srivastava, Rajesh Dubey Companies in a variety of industries often use sales& selling to dispose of unsold capacity. Although this may generate incremental in a short term,the long-term consequences of such a strategy are not immediately obvious: more discountedlast-minute tickets may lead to more consumers anticipating the discount and delaying thepurchase rather than buying at the regular (higher) prices, and hence potentially reducingrevenues for the company. To mitigate such behavior, many service providers have turned toopaque intermediaries such as hotwire.com that hide many descriptive attributes of the service so that the buyer cannot fully predict the ultimateservice provider. Using a stylized economic model, this paper attempts to explain and comparethe benefits of lastminute sales directly to consumers vs. through an opaque intermediary.
Phyto chemical analysis of bitter gourd (Momordica charantia L.) fruit extracts published in

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J.R. KRISHNENDU AND P.V. NANDINI Momordica charantia is used for some medicinal purposes in traditional medicine. The phytochemical composition of bitter gourd was investigated using standard analytical methods. Phytochemicals like tannin, flavonoids, phenolic compounds, alkaloids, saponins, steroids, cardiac glycosides, phlobatinnins and anthraquinones were also found present/ absent. The proximate composition showed the per cent of tannin, flavonoids, phenolic compounds, alkaloids and saponins. The study indicates the presence of phytochemical components that are beneficial in addition to the purported numerous medicinal value of momordica charantia. Momordica charantia was collected and extracted in 50ml of solvent i.e., ethanol, methanol, acetone aqueous and petroleum ether, respectively.
Caro's Acid-Silica Gel Catalyzed Regioselective Ring Opening of Epoxides with Indoles and Imidazoles under Solvent-Free Conditions
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Majid Momahed Heravi; Hoda Hamidi; Narges Karimi; Akram Amouchi

An efficient and facile procedure has been developed for the ring opening of epoxides with nitrogen heterocycles such as indole and imidazole in the presence of Caro's acid-silica gel (CA-SiO2) as catalyst in solventless system. The reactions were administered underneath Solvent-free conditions. The current methodology offers many benefits like good yields, easy procedure, simple work-up and ecofriendly reaction condition. The catalyst is well ready, stable and economical underneath the reaction conditions.

Treatment of Synthetic Greywater Using 5% and 10% Garbage Enzyme Solution published in

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Fazna Nazim and V. Meera Garbage Enzyme is a complex solution produced by the fermentation of fresh kitchen waste (fruit and vegetable peel), sugar (brown sugar, jaggery or molasses) and water. Use of Garbage Enzyme is emerging as an effective method for treating greywater. When the treatment of synthetic greywater was done immediately after filtration of the Garbage Enzyme solution, the effluent standards were met after 27 days. The treatment time reduced to 5 days when it was treated 60 days after filtration of the enzyme solution. The enzyme solution is rich in organic content. The lower concentrations of 5% and 10% Garbage Enzymes were effective to treat synthetic greywater. Results showed that ammonia nitrogen and phosphates could be completely removed by using Garbage Enzyme solution. Further tests are required to study the removal mechanisms.
Etiological Factors and Prevalence of Dental Caries In Preschool Children of Zahran Aljanoub Region Kingdom of Saudi Arabia . published in

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Mahasin Abdullah Bakhit, Dr. Iglal Bashir Nasir, Dr. Abd Elhamed Hassan , Dr. Awad Alkarim Ahmed Dafalla The aim of this study is to explore the etiological and prevalence factors of dental caries in preschool children of Zahran Aljaunob sector. It is a descriptive, cross sectional study based on randomly selected 357 of preschool children. The status of dental caries recorded according to the (WHO) criteria. The prevalence of early ECC was 58.8%, while the mean dmft was 3.8. There was slight increase in caries prevalence in male than female and shown to be less in children below two years and high in those older than two years. The most affected teeth were the mandibular second molars, caries prevalence was (35.1%) followed by mandibular first molars (31.5%) and then maxillary central incisor, whereas the maxillary canines were the least teeth affected by -caries( 5.7%). The manner of feeding and brushing habits represent the most factors of ECC in Zahran Aljaunob, with most of the children having untreated carious teeth.
NEW SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THIOCOLCHICOSIDE IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Chinna Raja.Pydi, Nirmala Jyothi.P, Pallavi.P, Rafath Sulthana.Md, Kiran Kumar.G Three simple spetrophotometric methods (A, B and C) have been described for the assay of Thiocolchicoside in bulk and in pharmaceutical formulations. In method A Thiocolchicoside is condensed with P-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde (PDAB) to form a yellow coloured Schiffs base having an absorption maximum (?max) of 400nm. Method B is based on the oxidation / reduction reaction between the Thiocolchicoside and hydrochloride reagent to form a yellow coloured chromogen with ?max at 400 nm. Method C involves oxidation of Thiocolchicoside with ferric chloride followed by coupling with N-methylbenzothiazolone hydrazone (MBTH) to form yellowish green coloured complex with ?max at 410nm.These methods have been statistically evaluated and are found to be precise and accurate.
The Profession of the Living God in Question published in

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Dr Madhubrata Mohanty This article is an attempt made by the author in the form of an appeal to the noblest professionals of this world,i.e., the doctors, whom we consider as the living God, to be kind enough towards their patients while treating them. The profession of the doctors is considered as the noblest one because since the inception of the human civilization people consider them as their savior from all kinds of sufferings and miseries next to God. The relationship between a doctor and a patient is that of a fiduciary relationship means a relationship of trust and confidence which should not be betrayed by any of the parties, but now days there is a drastic decline in the standard of the medical profession that results increasing number of litigations against the doctors for being negligent.In this paper the author has tried to show the instances of medical negligence which brought the Godly profession in the dock through the judicial response to the sensitive issue. The matters relating to medical negligence were always dealt under the provisions of various penal laws but with the efflux of time the long pendency of cases in the regular courts lead to think for an alternative remedy by the judiciary which ultimately took the shape after the judgment of theSupreme Court in the case of Indian Medical Association v. V. P. Shantha& others that held that the medical practitioners of government hospitals, private hospitals as well as nursing homes are covered under the consumer law and thus could also be tried under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA), 1986. This judgment of far reaching importance is found to be much helpful for theaggrieved patients because of the facts that theydo not have to wait for years together and to spend considerable amount of money in getting the relief.

A Complete Reference for Informatica Power Center ETL Tool

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Abhishek Gupta

today we are living in the world of data science, where we have to handle bulk amount of data to run any organization. To accomplish the goal of any organization it's mandatory to take right decision at the right time. For this data is maintained in the form of data ware housing and for the extract, transform and load majorly informatics power center tool is used by organization. So in this paper we have shared the complete informatics power center logics, that will be useful not only for organization's but also be useful for data scientists as a complete reference. Abhishek Gupta "A Complete Reference for Informatica Power Center ETL Tool" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19045.pdf
 
Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/19045/a-complete-reference-for-informatica-power-center-etl-tool/abhishek-gupta
About accounting Interpretation some margin Purchases, short Sales and financial Instruments Leading published in

Sovremenna? ?konomika: problemy, tendencii, perspektivy

Published by Murom Institute of Vladimir State University n.a. A.G. & N.G. Stoletovs
Kolev Nikolay It is axiomatically that financial markets are not only the most sensitive, but also the most dynamic. On these markets are born daily new financial instruments, and also die exhausted attractiveness instruments. This is an ongoing process that requires adequate changes in the accounting information system of banks. This manuscript presents some views on the necessary accounting interpretation of three attractive financial operations, namely: short sales; margin purchases; lending of financial instruments. Accounting interpretation in this article is limited to the current accounting entries and accounting valuation of shares in cases where they are subject to those three types of transactions.
METHODOLOGICAL BASIS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE OF ACCOUNTING STUDENTS published in

Journal of Research on Trade, Management and Economic Development (JRTMED)

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Sofia CAPATINA Initial training of accounting students in terms of skills development is an issue of higher education in the field of Economics actual when studying economic policy. The research methodology includes theoretical and experimental methods. The methodological approach toward the scientific content of a discipline in Economics, in this case accounting, demonstrates its effectiveness in practice and points out once again the teacher's role in ensuring optimal functionality of teaching-learning process.
O impacto social da biogrilagem: uma proposta para novas direes de pesquisa em macromarketing published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Claudia Rosa Acevedo & Jouliana Jordan Nohara O objetivo deste trabalho propor a expanso da pesquisa em Macromarketing para uma nova rea de investigao, ou seja, o impacto e as conseqncias econmicas e sociais das prticas de biogrilagem por parte de empresas multinacionais nos pases em desenvolvimento. O Macromarketing refere-se: 1) ao estudo do sistema agregado de marketing, 2) aos impactos e conseqncias do sistema de marketing na sociedade e, 3) aos impactos e conseqncias da sociedade no sistema de marketing. A pesquisa em Macromarketing enfrenta ainda algumas dificuldades como a falta de orientao prtica e suporte emprico. Neste artigo foram sugeridas algumas reas de pesquisa, como: os impactos econmicos, sociais, culturais e ticos da biogrilagem, bem como estudos comparativos de pases que enfrentam este tipo de ameaa. Entende-se por biogrilagem como os atos no autorizados de utilizao comercial e de obteno de direitos, principalmente patentes a partir de recursos genticos e de conhecimentos tradicionais. Palavras-chave: Biopirataria/biogrilagem; Poder das multinacionais; Comrcio internacional; Macromarketing.
MODULATORY EFFECT OF ECLIPTA ALBA ON BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF CATFISH, CLARIAS BATRACHUS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Preeti Mishra* and Seema Gupta The present study was designed to observe the effect of leaf extract (aqueous and ethanolic) of E. alba on biochemical parameters in Asian cat fish, Clarias batrachus. Fishes of average weight of 70-80g were selected for the experimentation. Three sets of healthy fishes (n=20) were kept in concret tanks. Set I act as control received vehicle only, set II and III were as test groups, exposed to low and high concentration (10 and 20 ppm) of aqueous/ ethanolic extract of leaf of E. alba up to 28 days. Blood serum was collected on day 7, 14, 21 and 28. After serum analysis, the obtained data were subjected to statistical analysis such as two ways ANOVA and DMRT etc. The statistical analysis revealed significant increase in total protein and globulin level and insignificant increase in albumin in test groups. Whereas the Albumine/Globuline (A/G) ratio were declined in experimental fishes as compare to control.
Effect of Bone Marrow-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Umbilical Cord Blood-CD34+ cells on Experimental Rat liver Fibrosis published in

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Noura R. Mohammed Background and Objective: Liver disease is one of the major causes of death in many countries. Hence, the development of effective therapies for liver fibrosis is a major aim of medical research. So this study was designed to investigate the therapeutical role of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) transplantation in the experimental rat liver fibrosis. Design and Method: Bone marrow-derived MSCs were isolated from femoral and tibial bones of male albino rats, then were grown and propagated in culture for 2 weeks and were characterized morphologically and by detection of CD29 by real time-PCR. Human umbilical cord blood cells were obtained after full-term caesarean delivery from healthy donors after written informed consent. Low-density mononuclear cells were separated over Ficoll- Paque (Gibco-Invitrogen, Grand Island, NY), and then CD34+ HSC was isolated using a magnetic cell sorter (MiniMACS; Miltenyi Biotec, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany). The cells were then infused intraperitoneally in rats that received CCl4 injection to induce liver fibrosis. Rats were divided into 4 groups: control, CCl4, CCl4 plus MSC, and CCl4 plus CD34+. Liver tissue was examined histopathologically for all groups. The expression of collagen I and metalloproteinase-2 genes as a marker of liver fibrosis was measured by real time RT- PCR. Results: The results of the present study showed that both MSCs and CD34+ have a significant antifibrotic effect as evidenced by the significant decrease in liver collagen gene expression as well as the decrease in MMP-2 (p < 0.05) compared to the CCl4 group. KeyWords: Liver Fibrosis; Hematopoietic Stem Cells; Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
tween QWL, employee performance and career growth opportunities. published in

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Paromita Dutta Corporate sustainability is an evolution which describes ethical corporate practices that meet the needs of the people today by not sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Global environmental concerns increased the number of environmental activists. In developed countries, environmental protection agencies are coming up with various rules and regulations relating to several environmental issues. Corporations can no longer operate if they become isolated from the social and environmental matters. Therefore, many companies are adopting Triple-Bottom-Line (TBL) accounting to pay and assess the present and future needs accruing to the stakeholders and society at large through sustainable excellence. The paper highlights contribution of Toyota towards maintaining a sustainable society through manufacture and provision of quality products and services.

Right Selection of Inverter Systems and Harmonics Reduction A Means of Enhancing Power Infrastructure in Nigeria

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Akinwole O. O | Adewale A. S | Femi-Jemilohun, O. J

The paper examines various types of inverter systems available in the markets in terms of their waveforms, harmonics and quality by taking the ideal Sinusoidal waveform as a reference. It illuminates some vital information on various types of inverters and their technologies. It identifies harmonics distortion has an important criterion for selecting a power inverter. It shows in lucid manner how to mathematically determine Total Harmonic Distortion THD of a waveform. It calculates the harmonics content of a Square wave inverter and proffer solution on how to reduce them. The resultant is an empowerment of power electronics engineers to distinguish which of the types to purchase in order to optimally improve national infrastructure and to enhance values of their scarce resources. Akinwole O. O | Adewale A. S | Femi-Jemilohun, O. J "Right Selection of Inverter Systems and Harmonics Reduction: A Means of Enhancing Power Infrastructure in Nigeria" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23550.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/23550/right-selection-of-inverter-systems-and-harmonics-reduction-a-means-of-enhancing-power-infrastructure-in-nigeria/akinwole-o-o
FARMBUSINESS IN PRINCIPAL TERMS OF THE REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETS. published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Irina Ionash The article describes the development trend of V (F) X in Russia, as well as the effectiveness of their background work to ensure profitability. Given the fundamental conditions for the functioning of regional agricultural markets, which is due to the possibility of development of the farm sector. The author suggests measures the effective functioning of the peasant (farm) with the basic conditions.
Modified Shape Context for Signature Verification of Automated Cheque Authentication System? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sangeeta Girish Narkhede, Prof. Dinesh D. Patil? Every person has a unique signature hence it is considered as one of the biometrics for the purpose of authentication. Signature is an indivisible part of any bank cheque but it can be copied by skill or by mere observation. To avoid such frauds many techniques have been found till date. Research here includes shape contexts for authentication of signature on bank cheque. Shape Contexts are mostly used to verify whether 2 shapes are similar or not. Existing work on shape context requires transformation for shape alignment but this research eliminates this extra work. This paper presents a modified version of shape context for signature verification on bank cheque using K-Nearest Neighbour classifier. Proposed system also demonstrates effective performance when compared with other pattern matching technique Local Binary Pattern.
the Performance Of Grama Vikas Samithi: a Case Study an Punganur Mandal of Chittoor District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. Rama Mohan, Dr. G. Prathap, Prof. M. Chinnaswamy Naidu The GVS started in the year 1980. They worked for a period of two years in B.C.T a reputed voluntary organization in VIZAG District of Andhra Pradesh, prior to promoting GVS. GANDHI stated in 1942 that an ideal Indian village have cottages built of material obtainable within a radius of five miles of it. It will have wells according to its needs and accessible to all, a Co-operative diary, primary and secondary schools and it will have panchayats for settling disputes. It will have a common meeting place, common land for grazing its cattle. Its vision of development is equitable, gender sensitive, eco-friendly human society, which is non-exploitative in nature, based on the principles of peaceful for coexistence and critical collaboration for consistent and sustainable development. Since its inception, GVS has held the belief that education plays a vital role in the development of rural children. GVS lays emphasis on education programmes, because only a literate society can fully understand the objectives of development work and the problems it aims to overcome. GVS sponsored different educational programmes.
IN VITRO EFFECTIVITY PARA METHOXY CINNAMATE ACID (PMCA) IN SOLID LIPID NANOSTRUCTURE (SLN) SYSTEM USING CETYL ALCOHOL AS LIPID FORMULATED IN HPC-H GEL BASE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Noorma Rosita*, Widji Soeratri, Tristiana Erawati, Ayunanda, Wakhida Fitriyani Introduction: In vitro effectivity of solid lipid nanostructure (SLN) as carrier system has been studied on para methoxy cinnamate acid (PMCA) as a means of releasing PMCA and penetrating to prolong antiinflamasi preparation. Methods: SLN was made using cetyl alcohol as lipid and Tween 80 as stabilizer, produced by high shear homogenisatian (HPH) method. SLN was then formulated in HPC-H 3% gel base. Release study were conducted in phosphat buffer medium pH 7,40,05 at 32C and stirred at 100 rpm using apparatus type 5-paddle overdisk. Penetration study were investigated in same medium at 37C by using Wistar male rat skin 2-3 month age and weight 115-180 gram, as a membrane. Results: Both PMCA released and penetrated PMCA concentration was measured spectrophotometrically at 286 nm as ? max. Spherical SLNAPMS with particle size of 26-265 nm and 64.86% drug entrapment were produced. PMCASLN had pH 3,790,05 in HPC-H gel. In vitro release and penetration study were investigated using PMCA only (F-I), PMCA in macroemulsion (F-II) and PMCA-SLN (F-III) which was formulated in gel HPC-H. PMCA which was dispersed in gel had largest release and higher penetration, followed by PMCA in macroemulsion and lastly PMCA-SLN. Release flux for formula PMCA only, PMCA in Macroemulsion and PMCA-SLN were 62,6969 1,33; 48,7949 1,07 and 27,4652 0,84 g/cm2/second- , whereas penteration flux were 0,3065 0,1470; 0,1795 0,0634 and 0,2925 0,0996 g/cm2/second1 for formula I, II and III respectively. Conclusion: SLN system has been able to retard released and penetrated PMCA.
A Study of Socio Economic Status and Educational Problems of Adolescent Girls of Rajasthan published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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RACHNA SHARMA and NEERJA DHANKAR T he pr esent study tries to explain the socio economic status and educational problems of adolescent girls of Rajasthan. The study adopted the SES Scale developed by R. L. Bhardwaj and Adolescent Girls Educational Problem Scale developed by the investigator. A purposive sample of 66 adolescent girls studying in government school was taken. Data collected was analyzed statistically using the percentage and coefficient of correlation techniques. Results revealed that 9.09% rural adolescent girls are having Moderate Educational Problems and 90.90% are having Low Educational Problems. All adolescent girls fall under middle class socio - economic status category and SES affects the Educational Problems of adolescent girls. Due to long distance, lack of transport facilities and security reasons parents do not send their girl child to school and very less number of girls pursues education after secondary school. The infrastructure of school was not found satisfactory also the girls are not computer literate.
Prevalent causes of infertility in women of reproductive age in Srinagar city published in

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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 womans distinctiveness, detonate their conjugal stability and turn out to be a major source of anxiety leading to depression
Ascertaining shelf life of selected food items stored in household refrigerators for consumer safety published in

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G. KAUR, P. SANDHU, R. BAKHSHI AND M. SIDHU Study was planned with the objective to undertake microbiological and toxicity analysis to ascertain shelf-life of selected perishable products stored under refrigeration conditions in selected storage materials. This was being done to suggest safe refrigerated food storage practices for health safety. Results indicated that seepage of chromium content from stainless steel containers in stored food items resulted in maximum seepage (996.7%) in milk after two days followed by presence of chromium in paneer (569.56%); cooked meat (164.86%) and wheat flour dough (151.04%). Recommended food containers for storage in refrigerator were stainless steel and glass bottles in which food items come packed for minimizing growth of yeast and mould and Total Plate Count of selected food items. However due to heavy seepage of chromium content in stored food items (in stainless steel container) up to 966.7 per cent; it is not advisable to store food items in refrigerator for longer duration.
Synthesis and Characterization of Monodisperse Fe-Co-Ni Colloidal Nanoparticles by Polyol Method published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
A. Jafar Ahamed 1*, P. Vijaya Kumar 2. The monodisperse Fe-Co-Ni trimetalic powder has been synthesized by polyol method. The synthesized nanoparticles were characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive Xray spectroscopy (EDS) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR).The morphological features as studied using SEM revealed that the nanoparticles were agglomerated, crispy with porous.

An Approach to Block Negative Posts on Social Media at Server Side

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mohammed Wasim Bhatt | Mohammad Shabaz

These days' social media is the new friend of human beings. Whatever a person wants to say or someone feels, he posts everything on social media. These sentiments can be analysed to detect the behaviour of a person. Sometime a person posts some negative thoughts that hurt the sentiments of other persons or may cause several riots. These types of negative posts must be filtered out before being public. One way to block these types of comment is to keep the surveillance on each and every post by humans themselves which is almost an impossible task. Instead of this technique server can be trained to keep track of each and every comment and use its own intelligence to rectify positive comments and block the negative comments. This paper introduces a technique to block these negative comments even before they can be public on any social media site. In this technique sever uses its artificial intelligence to separate positive and negative words or sentences from a post. The server finds the average of the negative statements and if it exceeds a particular threshold, the server discards that post, else server will allow the post to public. This technique can be efficient and very successful if the server properly depicts the positive and negative words.
 
BY Mohammed Wasim Bhatt | Mohammad Shabaz "An Approach to Block Negative Posts on Social Media at Server Side"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22972.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/22972/an-approach-to-block-negative-posts-on-social-media-at-server-side/mohammed-wasim-bhatt
EFFECT OF CYNODON DACTYLON ON FREE RADICAL LOAD OF LYMPHOID ORGANS OF ASIAN CATFISH, CLARIAS BATRACHUS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mishra, P.* Jurry, R., and Gupta, S The aim of the present study was to asses the effect of aqueous and alcoholic extract of Cynodon dactylon on free radical load of lymphoid organs viz., spleen, thymus and head kidney of Asian catfish, Clarias batrachus. For this 36 fishes of mixed sexes were randomly divided into three group; each group consists of 12 fishes. Group one treated as control and group 2 and 3 treated as test receiving 50 and 100 ppm of aqueous or alcoholic extract of Cynodon dactylon every alternate day till 28 days. Test and control fishes were sacrificed after 7, 14, 21 and 28 days and lymphoid organs were collected in icecold containers for enzyme assay. The Cynodon dactylon treated fish showed significant increase in superoxide dismutase and catalase and decrease in lipid peroxidation. No mortality was observed at these doses. Result of ANOVA for SOD & CAT revealed a statistically highly significant main effect of treatment (T), duration (D) of experimentation and interaction effect of treatment with duration (TXD). The result of ANOVA for LPO also showed statistically significant results except alcoholic extract in thymus where duration of experimentation and interaction effect (TXD) was not significant and aqueous extract in spleen where interaction effect (TXD) was not significant.

Awareness of Sim Swap Attack

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Snehal Manohar Awale | Dr. Praveen Gupta

This paper presents the awareness of Sim Swap attack among people and prevention of this attack, where the fraud person will Gain the personal information of person from different ways like fake call , sms ,Email, link, social media etc. mobile number is linked with bank and adhaar card the fraud person will gain the access of Bank account, credit card number and other personal information easily by trying various methods like MNC, Phone call, Hacking .It is difficult to undo the damage occurs. Snehal Manohar Awale | Dr. Praveen Gupta "Awareness of Sim Swap Attack" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23982.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/other/23982/awareness-of-sim-swap-attack/snehal-manohar-awale

Audio Transmission using Li Fi Technology

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Bolli Jagadeeswari | Charapu Sai Anusha | Dangeti Monisa | Medisetti Preethi

In Wireless communication, Wi Fi is the most versatile and effective technology which compact with radio frequencies for data transmission. But because of multiple accesses Wi Fi is facing many challenges namely capacity, availability, efficiency and security. The Wi Fi emits radio waves which are very harmful for the patients and the radio waves interpret the medical instruments. This paper focuses on developing a light fidelity Li Fi based system and analyzing its performance. This protocol can be adapted where radio waves are restricted, such as airplanes hospitals, and in some research facilities. Li Fi is a novel technology for high density wireless data transfer relieving no radio interferences in confined areas so it can be used in biosensors to measure various health parameters. This technology envisions a future where data for laptops, smart phones, and tablets will be transmitted in an economic and eco friendly medium of light in room. Bolli Jagadeeswari | Charapu Sai Anusha | Dangeti Monisa | Medisetti Preethi "Audio Transmission using Li-Fi Technology" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23156.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/23156/audio-transmission-using-li-fi-technology/bolli-jagadeeswari
Talent Management is the Future Challenge for Healthcare Managers for Organizational Success published in

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Eman Salman Mohamed Salman Taie - Talent management is an ongoing, proactive activity it is about attracting, identifying, recruiting, developing, motivating, promoting and retaining people that has a strong potential to succeed within an organization. In a competitive marketplace, talent management is a primary driver for organizational success
The Nano-syntax of Noun Agreement in Kitharaka published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Peter Kinyua Muriungi This paper investigates the syncretism found in subject agreement, adjective agreement and object agreement in Kitharaka, an SVO Bantu language spoken in Kenya. Syncretism refers to the similarity in form of different morphological forms of a word. Adopting approaches that argue for late lexical insertion (McCawley, 1968; Halle & Marantz, 1993; Harley & Noyer, 1999), the paper argues that syncretism occurs because the same lexical item, stored in the lexicon as a syntactic tree can be inserted to realize structures of varying sizes in the syntax under the superset principle (Starke Class Lectures; Caha 2007). Nano-syntax is an approach to the study of Syntax developed by Michal Starke. It assumes that terminal nodes are more fine-grained; with many small (nano) features arranged hierarchically in a synctactic tree. This approach has the consequence that lexical items do not spell out a terminal node; but a complex bundle of features, even a phrase

Management of Water for Sustainable Development

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Keshubhai R. Odedra

Every nation on this planet earth depends fully on their natural resources for their social and economic growth and development Those nations who have plenty of such natural resources, their social and economical development is rapid and those who have limited natural resources their development seem to be slow. These natural resources includes land, forests, air, solar light, minerals and other sources of energy water is the most important resource among these. Dr. Keshubhai R. Odedra "Management of Water for Sustainable Development" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23540.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/sociology/23540/management-of-water-for-sustainable-development/dr-keshubhai-r-odedra
A Study of Clinical Profile of Fever Among Neutropenic Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Hally Karibasappa, Dr.Medhini Allum, Dr.Ramesh.K A descriptive case series study was carried out at a Tertiary care hospital to know the clinical profile of fever among neutropenic patients. Patients with these inclusion criteria attending this hospital during the study period were study subjects and patients who did not give their consent and seriously ill were excluded from the study. Totally 74 patients were considered for the study and it was observed the signs and symptoms related to Rerspiratory system was more common and Malignancies were major diagnosis among febrile patients with neutropenia.
EFFECT OF CAESALPINIA SAPPAN LINN CHLOROFORM EXTRACT ON ALLOXAN INDUCED DIABETES MELLITUS IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manoj Khanna Nalla, Madhan Mohan Elsani, Krishna Mohan Chinnala* Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by a loss of glucose homeostasis caused by pancreatic ?-cell destruction or because of insulin resistance. Complications in some of these organs can lead to death. Management of diabetes mellitus is a global concern and successful treatment is very essential for preventing or at least delaying the onset of long-term complications of the disorder. It is believed that the traditional medicines used for the treatment of diabetes mellitus to attenuate the progression of complications of the disease. The search for the effective herbal drugs for the treatment of diabetes based on ethno medical clues still continues and in the long run has yielded us invaluable herbal remedies. To prove the ethno medical use of such folkloric traditional medicines, we have selected such ethno botanically important Caesalpinia sappan Linn, a plant used in the traditional systems of medicine in India for various uses. Chloroform extract of Caesalpinia sappan Linn. (CECS) was used at two dose levels 200mg/kg and 400mg/kg body weight and administered orally for 21 days to Alloxan induced diabetic rats. They significantly (p<0.001) reduced the blood glucose, total cholesterol and triglyceride levels and regulation in serum total proteins levels when compared with the standard Glibenclamide 10 mg/kg body weight.

Web Based Tool for Managing Paddy Irrigation Water User Group

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Deepak T. J. | Chong S. F. | Lim S. P.

In many countries, the Internet has become an element in people’s daily life, offering new possibilities for information access and sharing. In this new technological and information age, water is becoming a source of conflict between domestic, industrial and agricultural use. Web Based Tool is a platform allowing for a public participation in helping decision making processes during conflicting situations, especially in cases involving many stakeholders. A 3 – tier architecture framework was carefully studied and was implemented to create the Web based model. This model is an Internet Based Model that is created to benefit the users in the water management sectors in order to make timely decisions to develop the water user group’s inline with the tertiary canal. This system has been successfully developed to estimate the water productivity index and pH of soil on a micro scale based on the tertiary canal water user groups with the plot numbers alongside to allocate water without wastage. This system has the ability to provide access to those users with password who has the technical capabilities to connect to the Internet, hence bridging the digital divide between rural and urban communities. Deepak T. J. | Chong S. F. | Lim S. P. "Web Based Tool for Managing Paddy Irrigation Water User Group" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Information Technology , November 2018, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19112.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/water-resource-engineering/19112/web-based-tool-for-managing-paddy-irrigation-water-user-group/deepak-t-j
Biogenic Production of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Using Acalypha Indica published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
D. Gnanasangeetha and D. SaralaThambavani Zinc oxide nanoparticles have fascinated meticulous research interest because of its significant applications in the field of medicine, pigment electronics, spintronics and piezoelectricity. The biogenic invention of zinc oxide nanoparticle is a better option due to ecofriendliness. Aqueous leaf extract of Acalypha indica were used to synthesis zinc oxide nanoparticles not only in the laboratory scale, but also in their natural environs. This green synthesis approach shows that the environmentally benign and renewable aqueous leaf extract of Acalypha indica can be used as a stabilizing agent for the synthesis of zinc oxide nanoparticles. The fashioned nanoparticles ranged in dimension of about 100-200nm. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Energy Dispersive X-Ray analysis (EDX), X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FT-IR) entrenched that the formed nanoparticles are zinc oxide nano cubes.
EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING AND RESISTANCE TRAINING ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOTOR FITNESS COMPONENTS AMONG ENGINEERING COLLEGE MEN STUDENTS published in

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An Evaluation of Super Fluid Density, Quasi-Particle Contribution and Fluctuation Contribution as a Function of (T/Tc) for Bcs-Bec Crossover Regime published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Santosh Kumar1, Amit Kumar1, Navin Kumar2 and Lalit Kumar Mishra2 We have studied the BCS- BEC cross over regime by evaluating the energy gap parameter and the chemical potential for the cross- over as a function of dimensional parameter. Our theoretical results indicate that cross-over occurs in the very small regions of the parameter. We have evaluated the ratio of super fluid density to the total density(?s/?) as a function of (T/Tc) for three limits BCS, Pseudo gap and BEC. These results are quite useful in the study of dynamical properties of BCS-BEC crossover region at finite temperature.
NOVEL STRESS EVALUATING TOOL; SADAF STRESS SCALE (SSS), TESTED SO FAR ON PAKISTANI POPULATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Shamoon Noushad & Sadaf Ahmed A tool has been developed for evaluation of stress by observing major signs & symptoms, and classification of these symptoms in seven different classes. The tool comprised of 114 items that differentiates physical, mental, traumatic, psychosocial, nutritional, emotional & chemical stress. It will help the researchers with a tool for evaluation of cause as it is first of its kind & will help the health professionals for assessment of stressed. Preliminary data was collected from Pakistan and analyses showed that the tool has both high reliability and validity. The Cronbach reliability test was carried out and the ? value obtained was between 0.954-0.916. In this study the Spearman-Brown Coefficient analysis has been used to obtain the significant level of related coefficients (0.900-0.884). The findings of this study support the use of SSS as an evaluation tool.
Study of Effectiveness of Online Shopping published in

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Tulsi Raval All of the businesses today as we see are done over the internet and anything which is not there is meant to be wiped off. E commerce evolved as businesses started to shift from real time market to digital market. The online shopping system being a prominent part of E commerce has brought down political and physical barriers. Online shopping has become new type of retail shopping. It has become a substitute for the real market place. It has now been adopted all over the world including India. The knowledge of online shopping in India is now beginning to increase rapidly. The main objective of this study is to analyze factors affecting online shopping behavior of consumers that might be one of the most important issues of e-commerce and marketing field.
A Comparison and Selection on Basic Type of Searching Algorithm in Data Structure? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Kamlesh Kumar Pandey, Narendra Pradhan? A lot of problems in different practical fields of Computer Science, Database Management System, Networks, Data Mining and Artificial intelligence. Searching is common fundamental operation and solve to searching problem in a different formats of these field. This research paper are presents the basic type of searching algorithms of data structure like linear search, binary search, and hash search. We have try to cover some technical aspects to this searching algorithm. This research is provides a detailed study of searching algorithms working process, select on Searching Algorithm according To Problem and compares them on the basis of different parameters like total number of comparison, type of data Structure, time complexity and space complexity.
Nutritional status of pre-school children ofICDS:An assessement using newW.H.O. growth standards published in

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MANOJ KUMAR AND PRAMILA PRASAD India accounts for more than 3 out of every 10 stunted children in the world. Undernutrition is substantially higher in rural than in urban areas. Short birth intervals are associated with higher levels of undernutrition. More than half (54 %) of all deaths before age five years in India are related to malnutrition. To combat undernutrition in young children, the Government relies largely on the ICDS. Begun in 1975, the scheme provides health and nutrition education for mothers and young children, along with other services, such as supplementary nutrition, basic health and antenatal care, growth monitoring and promotion, preschool non-formal education, micronutrient supplementation and immunization. In 2008, the Government of India introduced the new WHO Growth standards through ICDS and NRHM. For the assessment of nutritional status, anthropometry measurement, WHO growth standards were used. The data were analysed according to New WHO Growth standards 2006 and compared to data of NFHS-3(2005-06). More than 60 per cent pre-school children of AWCs of Banka district were undernourished i.e. 68 per cent children underweight, 64 per cent stunted and 54 per cent wasted, which was more than ratio of India. The measurement of MUAC, BMI, HC, CC, showed that girls were 5-10 per cent more undernourished than boys. In General appearance 21 per cent children were thin whereas 48 per cent children sickly. Only 26 per cent children were getting adequate diet in which only 9 per cent children were getting balance diet, 74 per cent children were not getting adequate diet. Only 38 per cent children in AWCs were found to get benefit of Supplementary nutrition in which only 11 per cent AWCs maintained recommended norms of SNP of ICDS. To find the true picture and combat undernutrition the new WHO Growth chart standards in ICDS should be strictly implemented in proper way, then ensure the balance diet and improve the quality and quantity of supplementary nutrition.
Levels of Accumulation and Release Mechanism of Pollutants in Sediments of Lihe River as a Water Conveyance Canal published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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Liqin Zhu, Cuiling Jiang, Youheng Wang, Yanmei Peng and Peng Zhang Lihe River as an important water conveyance canal of diversion project from Luanhe River to Tianjin should convey 40-50 m3/s water in each spring and autumn. With the variation of water discharge, the sediments with poor viscosity and great suspension capability were very prone to re-suspension and pollutants release easily. In order to study the effects of pollutants release in sediments on river during water diversion period and set out proper protection scheme to prevent the second pollution, experiments were done to make clear the levels of accumulation and release mechanism of pollutants in sediments. First, compared with those in Haihe River, Wulihu Lake and Xuanwuhu Lake, the average content of organic matters of sediments in Lihe River was 0.21%, lower obviously, TP with the average value of 5.18 mg/kg was much higher, while TN reaching 2.99 mg/kg, a little higher than others. Second, water diversion indeed made pollutants in sediments release quickly and threaten water quality seriously. TN was the main pollutant, a high level in both river and sediments, which kept releasing with the maximum release amount of 9.16 g/m2 and intensity 4.2 g/m2/d and had a great negative influence. TP and Fe with the maximum release amounts were 0.248 g/m2 and 1.7 g/m2 with maximum release intensities of 0.248 g/m2/d and 1.7 g/m2/d respectively. They released fast and deposited also fast, and were the potential pollutants and the release amounts could not be neglected during the initial water diversion period.
PEMENUHAN HAK ANAK ATAS KESEHATAN DI PROVINSI NANGGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM DI DASARKAN QANUN ACEH NOMOR 11 TAHUN 2008 TENTANG PERLINDUNGAN ANAK published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Andri Kurniawan Qanun Aceh No. 11 of 2008 concerning Protection of Children is based on the perspective that protection of children in all aspects is a part of the development activities and distinctive peculiarities of Aceh and promoting community life and nation in the Republic of Indonesia. Obligation to provide protection to children based on the principles of non-discrimination, the best interests of the child, right to life, survival, and development, and reward for the opinions of children. In the implementation, legal protection of children in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam not fully comply. Those constraint relating with the legislation, the body builder, body organizer, health facilities and membership. Keywords : Qanun, Protection of the Child, Rights of the Child on Health
EVALUATION OF ANTIDIARRHOEAL ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF STEM BARK OF GLYCOSMIS PENTAPHYLLA IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B.Vimochana*1 G.Sumalatha2, Ch.Usha Rani1 The objective of present study is to evaluate Antidiarrhoeal properties of Ethanolic extract of stem bark of Glycosmis pentaphylla in experimental castor oil induced Diarrhoea and castor oil induced enteropooling models in rats. The parameters assessed were decrease in frequency and severity in diarrhoea caused due to castor oil. In this study the phytochemical analysis of the ethanolic extract of Glycosmis pentaphylla revealed the presence of alkaloids, glycosides, tannins, flavanoids, sterols, saponins. The methanolic extract of Glycosmis pentaphylla showed significant reduction in frequency, severity and volume of intestinal content and intestinal transit compared to control group at doses 200mg/kg , 400mg/kg body weight orally. The experimental findings revealed that the ethanolic extract of Glycosmis pentaphylla showed significant antidiarrhoeal activity supporting its use in traditional practice.
Neurohistological Effects of Lead on Medulla of Adult Albimo Rat published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr S M Dawar Husain LEAD is toxic to every organ of body, including central nervous system. This study is aimed to observe the histopathological changes in the medulla of rat induced by oral administration of lead compound in adult albino rats. Total number of 20 adult albino rats of either sex were included in the present study, consisting of equal numbers in both control and experimental groups. Experimental group received 4% aquous lead acetate orally for 15 days, then animals of both groups were anaesthetized with ether and perfused with 10% formalin. Medulla was dissected. 10 thick sections were obtained and were stained with Glees Silver stain. Under light microscope, medulla from experimental group revealed not much conspicuous changes except for comparative lightly stained fibers and a little swollen tract areas. It was concluded that lead has toxic effects on the central nervous system including medulla which may explain the clinical manifestation of lead neurotoxicity
Improving Selfish Node Detection in ZigBee Wireless Network with Shortcut Tree Routing? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. A. Mohanasundaram, Mr. R. Regin, Dr. P. S. Prakash? The ZigBee tree routing and Bluetooth is used in many resources, limited devices and applications. ZigBee tree routing is not requiring any routing table and route discovery cost to send a packet to the destination. But, the ZigBee tree routing has the basic limitation that a packet follows the tree topology. So ZigBee tree routing is cannot provide the correct routing path. In this project work, a shortcut tree routing protocol is proposed that offering the near advantageous routing path and as well as maintains the advantages of the ZigBee tree routing such as no route discovery overhead and low memory consumption. The key idea of the shortcut tree routing is to calculate remaining hops from an arbitrary source to the destination using the hierarchical addressing scheme in ZigBee. Each source or intermediate node forwards a packet to the neighbour node with the Slight remaining hops in its neighbour table. The shortcut tree routing is completely distributed and compatible with ZigBee standard in that it only using the addressing scheme and neighbour table without any changes of the specification. The mathematical analysis proves that the 1- hop neighbour information improves overall network performance by providing an efficient routing path and distributing the traffic load concentrated on the tree links. The efficient performance rating, it shows that the shortcut tree routing achieves better to performance compared to Ad Hoc On Demand Distance Vector with limited overhead of neighbour table maintenance as well as overwhelms the ZigBee tree routing in all the network conditions such as network density, network Structures, traffic type and the network traffic.
ANALYTICAL METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR IMPURITIES PRESENT IN HYDROXY CHLOROQUINE SULPHATE FROM ANTIMALARIAL TABLET FORMULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
SP. Karuppiah*, K. Anver Basha The study reveals that stability indicating analytical method development for the estimation of Impurities present in Hydroxy chloroquine Sulphate (HCS) from anti malarial tablet formulation.The developed method is pecific,linear,accurate,robust and can be used for regular analysis. The known impurities are identified and estimated quantitatively as i) Hydroxy Chloroquine O-Sulphate (HCOS) ii)4,7-Dichloroquinoline (4,7 DCQ) iii)Desethyl Hydroxy Chloroquine (DEHC) iv) Desethyl Chloroquine (DEC) by RP-HPLC method.The Relative Response Factor(RRF) and Relative Retention Time (RRT) has established for the quantification of impurities without using known impurities every time. Gradient elution has set up in proper proportion with buffer: methanol (90:10) and acetonitrile (100%) in two different channels using Inertsil C8-3 (150 X 4.6), 5?m column in a detection wavelength of 380 nm. The range is covered from 50% to 150% of working concentration of 2ppm which is the range of Hydroxy chloroquine sulphate tablets 200 mg. The recovery study of each impurity is carried out and the result obtained is well within acceptance criterion of 90% to 110%.
A Supervised Method for Multi-keyword Web Crawling on Web Forums? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
A.Gowtham, Dr.K.Deepa? Web forums are used by large number of users to post and share their comments with other users of various websites. The forums consist of many lists of topics on their boards with a large list of threads in each board. The users can create many threads and share their views in posts as well. In this paper a supervised web forum multi-keyword crawler is proposed to crawl relevant contents from the forum pages by reducing the delay. All the forums in the web have navigation paths that lead to the forum threads and these paths are connected by specific types of URLs. Thus the proposed method needs to recognize the various URLs by using the regular expression patterns within the forum. Accurate page classifies trained by using other forums can be used to classify the regular expression patterns and detect the URLs. The obtained results show that the proposed method is more reliable and accurate comparing to other existing methods.
Integrated weed management in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) under dry temperate climate of western Himalayas published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. KUMAR, S. MANUJA, J. SINGH AND D. R. CHAUDHARY A field experiment was conducted at Highland Agricultural Research and Extension Centre, Kukumseri (Himachal Pradesh) during 2010 and 2011 to develop weed management practice for tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) under dry temperate conditions of western Himalayas. Application of pendimethalin @1.5 kg ai ha-1 and fluchloralin @ 1.0 kg ai ha-1 being equally effective gave maximum control of weed by lowering the weed density, weed dry matter accumulation and thereby recording higher weed control efficiency of 97.5 and 98.5%, respectively. However treatment two hand weedings at 30 and 60 DAT was also statistically at par with these above treatments giving weed control efficiency of 97.8%.These three treatments were also statistically at par with each other for average fruit weight, number of fruits per plant with corresponding fruit yield of 21.80, 21.08 and 23.23 t ha-1, respectively .The highest net return of INR 3, 82,196 ha-1 and B: C ratio of 4.63 was obtained with treatment two hand weeding(30 and 60 DAT) which was followed by application of pendimethalin @1.5 kg ai ha-1(net return INR 3, 75,153 and B:C ratio 5.01).
EFFECT OF MELIA AZEDARACH L.ON NICOTINE INDUCED HORMONAL CHANGES IN FEMALE ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Bhuvaneswari Karunakaran and V.Elango Tobacco use has reached the proportion of a global epidemic. Studies show that there is an association between nicotine of cigarette smoke and serum levels of sex hormones. This investigation was done to determine the nicotine induced toxicity (subcutaneously injected at the dosage of4mg/kg b.wt. per day for 30 days) on different tissues of female albino rats and corresponding ameliorative observations of Melia azedarach L. (orally administered at dose of 100 mg per kg b.wt. per day during the treatment). Nicotine causes significant changes in the organ weight (ovary and uterus) and depletion of proteins and alteration of cholesterol. Nicotine affects the production of female hormones more significantly. Melia azedarach effectively ameliorates the deleterious effect of nicotine.
PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF THE LEAVES OF CUCURBITA MAXIMA DUCH EX LAM ON DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER AGAINST ?ETA AMYLOID INDUCED NEURO TOXICITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. K. Periyanayagam, K. G. Balasubramaniam, Gokila. S. Dr. P. A. T. Jagatheeswary, Dr.Mr.J.Suriakumar, Dr. R. Parameshwari Objective: To prescreen the in vivo neuro protective activity of the aqueous extract of the leaves of Cucurbita maxima family Cucurbitaceae commonly called as Pumpkin, using the model organism ?-amyloid neuro toxicity induced Drosophila melanogaster. Method: The neuro protective effect of the aqueous extract of the leaves of C.maxima (AECM) in vivo was evaluated on the transgenic A?42 model of Drosophila melanogaster a novel model system for studying effects of Alzheimer disease by climbing assay, pseudopupil assay and nail polish imprint technique. Acute toxicity assessment, total flavonoid, phenolic content determination and DL-Methionine content by HPTLC were also performed. Results: Toxicity assessment using brine shrimp lethality bioassay (BSLA)of the AECM showed nontoxic upto LC50 1330ppm. Preliminary phytochemical screening of the leaves showed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, steroids, protein and amino acid, tannin, saponin, carbohydrates, and absence of cyanogenetic glycosides, anthroquinone glycosides, cardiac glycosides, fixed, volatile oils and mucilage. Total phenolic content in terms of gallicacid was 18.2?g/g, Flavonoid content in terms of quercetin by aluminium chloride method was 21.6?g/g. The AECM of the leaves of C.maxima possesses potential in vivo neuro protective activity on Drosophila melanogaster against beta amyloid induced neuronal toxicity. Conclusion: C.maxima has long been recognized and economically is of appreciable importance as a source of edible aggregate fruit. This study indicates that the aqueous extract of the leaves of C.maxima possesses potential in vivo neuro protective activity on Drosophila melanogaster against beta amyloid induced neuronal death. It is assumed that this may be due to polyphenolic content, DL-Methionine. Further investigation requires confirming this activity.
Physico-chemical changes of batter and Paddu of little millet during progress of soaking and fermentation published in

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DEEPA M. MADALAGERI, NIRMALA B. YENAGI AND B. KARTURIBA The present study was undertaken to evaluate the physico-chemical changes of batter and Paddu of little millet during the progress of soaking and fermentation. For optimization, soaking and fermentation of the optimized proportion of ingredients (cereal: pulse mix) i.e., 6:1 was taken. The variation in duration of soaking time from 4 to 8 h and fermentation to 12 h increased the volume of batter significantly. Significant decrease in the bulk density, specific gravity, pH and increase in titratable acidity in the fermented batter was observed during progress of soaking and fermentation time. The changes in physical characteristics of Paddu with respect to total weight and volume of Paddu, average weight and volume of Paddu and bulk density was observed with variation in duration of soaking and fermentation, however was non-significant. The soft texture with acceptable taste was observed in Paddu prepared from 6 h soaked of grains, and it was considered as optimum condition for Paddu preparation. The variation in duration of fermentation time from 8 to 24 h by 6 h soaking of grain increased the volume of batter significantly. The Paddus prepared from 14 and 16 h of fermented batter were softer, had good expansion, acceptable sour taste and had higher overall acceptability. The optimum duration of soaking and fermentation was 6 h and 12 to 16 h, respectively
Effect of Salt Stress on Seedling Growth of Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Chetukuri Anuradha Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) is becoming an increasingly important source of edible vegetable oil throughout the world because of its high polyunsaturated fatty acid content and no cholesterol. The increasing demand for this oil may promote increased hectare of sunflower in the India, where some soils are saline or have the potential to become so. Effects of salt stress on seed germination and seedling growth characteristics were evaluated for twelve Helianthus annuus L. genotypes in Five treatments of salinity including 0.0 (control), 0.0 (Control), 0.4, 0.9, 1.3 and 1.7 dS/m concentration of NaCl in a three replicated randomized completely block design (RCBD). ANOVA revealed highly significant differences for fresh weight and dry weight and leaf area etc., under various salt concentrations. However, the differences among the genotypes for all the parameters studied were highly significant. The findings suggest that, SFL-07 and PKVSH-27 genotypes were found to be tolerate moderate levels of salinity and can be tried for cultivation on marginal salted soils.
Gastronomic Identity in Terms of Destination Competitiveness and Travel Motivation published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Osman al??kan Gastronomy is not only art of eating and drinking but also each component is associated with food and drink that consist of the interaction of science, art and culture. In this respect, it covers a large area. Tourism is one of these areas where tourism and gastronomy has a close relationship especially increasing tourist interest of local cuisine in tourism destination, rising of research in the restaurant management, getting importance of eating habits, food science and safety in the tourism industry. The gastronomic identity is an issue that addresses the relationship between gastronomy and tourism in sense of cultural, social, economic, and ideological. In this study, gastronomic identity that cannot be replicated original features takes place in gastronomic tourism blending with the culture and environment of destination. In the study, the relationship with gastronomy tourism and gastronomic identity is discussed in literature especially in terms of the effect of increasing the destinations competitiveness and tourist travel motivation. Finally, there are suggestions in regards to gastronomic identity to the actors related with destination management, gastronomy and tourism.
Congestion Control through Load Balancing Technique for Mobile Networks: A Cluster based Approach published in

ACEEE International Journal on Network Security

Published by ACEEE
Subhajit Sadhu, Sushovon Maity The Optimal Routing Path (ORP) for mobile cellular networks is proposed in this paper with the introduction of cluster-based approach. Here an improved dynamic selection procedure is used to elect cluster head. The cluster head is only responsible for the computation of least congested path. Hence the delay is reduced with the significant reduction on the number of backtrackings.
CARACTERIZACIN DE LA MOVILIDAD DE ANCIANOS, SEGN NDICE DE KATZ, EN EL CENTRO DE BIENESTAR DEL ANCIANO SAN JOS DE PEREIRA. 2007 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Eliana Agudelo Garca, Mara Lucila Ayala Hincapi, Martha Luisa Ros Idrraga Introduction: a large majority of elders presents a certain degree of limitation in their physical mobility and due to this, they struggle with the difficulties to adapt and move around7; this deterioration generates vulnerability, which results in fragile human beings with reserved medical prognosis in some cases, which include handicaps, dependence, falls, becoming interns and mortality in older adults. Methods: a characterization of the degree of mobility in older adults was performed, according to the Katz scale, at the Centro de Bienestar para el Anciano de San Jose de Pereira, during the first semester of 2007. Results: the study included all the residents of the center, older than 59 years of age (100%). 47.8% of the people evaluated are autonomous; however, only 8% of the autonomous elderly are healthy. Conclusions: the levels of autonomy of the elder are not synonymous with their quality of life. On the contrary, these require multidisciplinary teams, lead by nurses. Throughout the development of aides and supports, nurses are able to offer a guarantee of quality and well being, avoiding accidents in their daily activities and providing a benefit to the elders with nutritional, therapeutic and preventive supports.
Relationship of food preferences, education level and food awareness among diabetic population in central U.P. published in

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VIRGINIA PAUL, P.P. DUBEY AND AJIT PAUL The study is an attempt to create more awareness among the diabetics regarding dietary pattern and role of food in their health as well. 57 per cent respondents acknowledged the consumption of salads and green vegetables as control measure whereas only 41 per cent respondents opined that it is better to consume smaller meals at regular intervals. It was found that respondents up to High School level education were less aware of harmful food stuff as compared to respondents above High School level education. Maximum respondents considered sugar and sweets, rice, puri and paratha and fat as harmful foodstuff. Most of the females in both samples were strictly vegetarian. Majority of diabetics males were almost equally distributed in three food habit categories.
Physico-chemical and Bacteriological investigation on the River Nethravathy of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka state in India published in

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Kumara Hegde B A, Padmalatha Rai S,Asha Jyothi C, Ramachandra Y L River Nethravathy is a medium, perennial river, for most of the year, the river bed remains flowing thinly. The abundance of water during June to December off-sets the balance of water for all irrigation wells along the length of the river and prompted it as the chief source of drinking water Western Ghats, one of the 18 biodiversity hot spots of the world, together with the West Coast, form an important ecological region. Nethravathy is regarded as sacred river and people of Dakshina Kannada district worship it with supreme reverence. In the present investigation the water quality was studied by direct measurement of physico-chemical properties.
THE MEANS FOR THE DESCRIPTION OF INFORMATION FLOWS IN DYNAMIC MODELS OF MEDICAL HARDWARE-SOFTWARE SYSTEMS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Valerij Valentinovich Kuzmuk; Oksana Aleksandrovna Suprunenko Presented the problem of modeling of the interaction of information flow in medical software-hardware systems. As a means of describing such systems is proposed to use the Petri net (PN), which combines the properties of certain interpretations and modifications PN. A classification of Petri nets, a combination of properties of PN to describe medical systems with heterogeneous components. A comparison of models of medical management system, built using UML-diagrams and PN-network, highlighted in benefits.
An Improved IDS Detection with Protection of Agent Collude Attacks? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
L.Devi?, V.Santhiya? There are chances like a data distributor had given his sensitive data to a set of trusted agents. These agents can be called as third parties. There are chances that some of the data is leaked and found in an unauthorized place. This situation is called IDS. In existing case, the method called watermarking is using to identify the leakage. Or also uses the technique like injecting fake data that appears to be realistic in the data. I propose data allocation strategies that improve the probability of identifying leakages. In enhancement work I include the investigation of agent guilt models that capture leakage scenarios.
DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF KETOROLAC TROMETHAMINE ENCAPSULATED TRANSETHOSOMES FOR ENHANCED TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jessy Shaji*1, Sharvari Garude1 Objective: The aim of this current research is to study a novel carrier, transethosome, for its enhanced transdermal delivery of ketorolac tromethamine (KT). Methods: Transethosomes (TELs) are elastic vesicles composed of phospholipid, ethanol and edge activator (surfactant). TELs were prepared by cold method and characterized by particle size, entrapment efficiency, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), ex-vivo skin corrosive test, in-vitro dissolution, ex-vivo permeation studies and in-vivo study. Results: Microscopic examination of transethosomes showed soft, malleable and spherical vesicles with a smooth surface. Vesicle size and % EE of the optimized transethosomal formulation was found to be 180 70 nm and 80.08 4.5% respectively. Zeta potential of the optimized transethosomal formulation was found to be -46.19 13.3 mv. The ex-vivo study showed transdermal flux of transethosomal gel (47.43 0.2 ?g/cm2/h) 3fold higher than that obtained after application of plain drug gel (15.050.09 ?g/cm2/h), and 2.7fold higher than that of the hydroethanolic solution of drug (17.33 0.15?g/cm2/h). Conclusions: Data obtained from this experimental work concludes that transethosomal formulation is safe, very effective and promising drug carrier for transdermal delivery of drug.
Spinal Tuberculosis published in

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Yagnesh N Bakrania,Gaurav H. Mehta,Parthiv J. Raval,Ashish D. Yadav,Mohit M. Patel,Harshad A. Patel,Akash J. Shah 15 year old male with k/c/o dorsal kochs spine came to Civil hospital Amdavad/ B.J.M.C. with acute onset paraplegia and on further evaluation clinically and radiologically dorsal kochs spine was confirmed. Patient was operated with removal of caseous material and immediate post op there was improvement in neurology.patient was given AKT and on further follow up there was significant improvement in neurology and bowel/ blader control was achieved
A Comparative Study of Shocks, Economic Growth And The Indian Economy: An Indian Perspective published in

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Dr. Shankarsinh R Rana The accounting system in Romania has undergone numerous changes which took place after 1989. The country status is still an economy in transition to a market economy. In this paper, we analyze a few aspects concerning the reform of the Romanian accounting system alongside the international accounting standards (IAS), the tangible assets in particular (IAS 16), which are the key in harmonizing the accounting documents and situations of various economic entities in the context of globalization. The case presented deals with the core of the capital of an entity (firm, company), the tangible assets and their importance in the well-functioning of the system at the microeconomic level. The profitability and the sustainability of the firm depend on the modern, functional and well-managed tangible assets.
Database Design for Scheduling System using Normalization and SQL published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sharmila, Anusya Every Industrial system uses a database of its information retrieval. The use of that information plays a vital role in proper operations of system.In competing towards service and lead time, operational visibility is a critical component to have in order to build a withstanding strategy towards sustainable growth. In this project we will see how operational visibility will be implemented and what are the components needed to have this value added function. The paper deals with a creation of such database for an industry where scheduling of process is made using that database and concept of normalization is used to create a system that makes This system concerns with optimization of time and cost in an automated manufacturing system installing tracking and scheduling system to monitor and maintain the stochastic manufacturing environment.The use of system enables the concern to make a centralized library that creates the database for the scheduling to carry out without any bottlenecks.
ISOLATION, CULTIVATION, IDENTIFICATION AND SCREENING OF THE ENTOMOPATHOGENIC ACTIVITY OF BEAUVERIA BASSIANA ON COFFEE BERRY BORER published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*K.Soundari, A.Saranya and G.Senthilkumar Economically important crops should be safeguard from residual pesticides. At present, application of microbial inoculants is extremely followed for the management of soil borne disease. This paper summarizes the progress and achievements made in the last decade in mass production, formulation and application technology of the entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana (Balsamo). Data were presented on the production of proteins, phenols, enzymes like chitinase and pectinase to degrade the chitin and pectin present in the insect integuments, bioassay to detect the lethal effect of coffee Berry borer by B.bassiana at different concentration and field application of the fungus.

Application of Indian AS 1, AS 2, AS 3 at Rittal India Pvt. Ltd., an Galore

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Vijayakumar A B

Accounting is an important tool in the hands of management. It helps the management of an organization to have control over its performance. The success of a business entity depends on the combined effects of four factors – land, labour, capital and management. The contribution of each factor has to be properly measured and then only the resultant performance of the entity can be properly evaluated. Accounting in a broad sense, is a tool adopted to measure the transaction, transformation, events, etc., usually involving money as a medium of exchange. At the end of accounting period financial statements are prepared. This study covers the Accounting Standard 1, 2, 3 practices and applicability in the Rittal India Pvt. Ltd is measured and concluded that the company reporting practices are highly transparent and practicing as per the ICAI guidelines. Dr. Vijayakumar A B "Application of Indian AS 1, AS 2, AS 3 at Rittal India Pvt. Ltd., an Galore" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23669.pdf
 
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Secondary School Teachers' Training Needs Assessment in Mondragon Northern Samar Basis for Extension Program of the College of Science, University of Eastern Philippines

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Olga Dg. Unay

The College of Science has been awarded the AACCUP Level II status and is scheduled for a visit for the Level III accreditation. To meet the requirements for the area on extension, an assessment of the training needs of secondary school teachers in Mondragon, Northern Samar was conducted to guide the College of Science for its effective training program for teachers.The respondents were the public and private secondary school teachers in Mondragon, Northern Samar. The needs assessment questionnaire from OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey TALIS was adopted, with few revisions to fit the respondents' characteristics. A Likert type scale was used to determine the degree of impact in the participation for each area, and to classify the level of expressed needs of the respondents. Frequency counts, ranking, means and weighted means were utilized as statistical treatment tools to determine and describe the level of needs.This TNA provides a justification for the College of Science's extension program in the different secondary schools in Mondragon, Northern Samar focusing on the following 1 Skills development ICT skills for teaching, student discipline and student counselling, school management and administration classroom management student assessment practices teaching in a multicultural setting instructional practices in subject field s, and teaching students with special learning needs. 2 Content knowledge on the following subject field s Statistics and Probability and Geometry for Mathematics Department General Chemistry, Laboratory Techniques, Electricity and Magnetism for Physical Sciences Department Basic instrumentation, Genetics and Evolution for Biological Sciences Department Disaster Preparedness and Earth Science for Environmental Science Department and, Application Program like MS Word, Excel, internet and webpage design for Information Technology Department. Olga Dg. Unay "Secondary School Teachers' Training Needs Assessment in Mondragon Northern Samar: Basis for Extension Program of the College of Science, University of Eastern Philippines" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23750.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/23750/secondary-school-teachers%E2%80%99-training-needs-assessment-in-mondragon-northern-samar-basis-for-extension-program-of-the-college-of-science-university-of-eastern-philippines/olga-dg-unay
Safety Evaluation of Live Line operators of 1200 KV UHV AC Exposed to Electric and Magnetic Fields published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
Mahadev Unde , Rohidas Maske and Bansidhar Kushare This paper presents the study of assessment of external electric and magnetic field exposure to live line operator of 1200 KV, Ultra High Voltage (UHV) AC proposed line in India. Single circuit (S/C) and double circuit (D/C) power lines are considered for the assessment. Combination of charge simulation and image method is adopted for evaluation of extremely low frequency (ELF) electric fields where as Ampere law is used for magnetic fields. Analysis is carried out using MATLAB software . The assessment of ELF exposure to line operator has been carried out for various scenarios. These assessed values of electric and magnetic field (EMF) exposures are compared with standard allowable limits set by various International Standards. Moreover, the safety of general public living at the edge of right of way (ROW) and 15 m away is evaluated. The objective of the study is to create awareness about the power frequency EMF radiations and its health issues among the power engineers, line operators , general publics and to electricity utilities, the government to enforce the regulations.
DENOSUMAB- A REVIEW OF ITS USE IN THE TREATMENT OF POSTMENOPAUSAL OSTEOPOROSIS published in

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Srijita Dutta Abstract: Denosumab is a human recombinant monoclonal antibody that is approved for the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis in women at high or increased risk of fracture in the US, the EU and several other countries. Denosumab binds to receptor activator of nuclear factor ?B ligand and inhibits bone resorption by inhibiting osteoclast formation, function and survival. In postmenopausal women with low bone mineral density (BMD) or osteoporosis, treatment with denosumab increased BMD and decreased markers of bone turnover more than alendronate in those who were switched from alendronate to denosumab or continued alendronate treatment. In this review article the guidelines for pharmacologic properties, clinical efficacy, and safety profile of the injectable agent denosumab for the treatment of postmenopausal women with osteoporosis are discussed. Keywords: Denosumab, Post menopause, Osteoporosis, Fractures.
Does Public Sector Merchant Banks Require Pills to Survive? - Affirmation published in

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Asst. Prof. Jainish Bhagat,Dr. Keyurkumar M. Nayak -
Information Technology in Financial Inclusion published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.S.Rajamohan, Mrs.K.Subha Technology has become the driving force of change in the modern world. Financial inclusion initiative primarily aims to deliver financial services to all the people in a fair, transparent and equitable manner at an affordable cost, making latest technologies available in these areas are also one of the prerequisites for overall development of our country. Technology has not only changed the way we communicate, but has also altered our economic structures. This paper focuses on role of technology in financial inclusion.
Genetic Diversity Analysis of Crab Spider (Araneae: Thomisidae) based on RAPD-PCR published in

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Nandkishor Warghat, Navin Sharma, Punam Thakur, Mumtaz Baig The current study deals with the genetic diversity of crab spiders using molecular markers. Total scorable bands were produced using six random primers for the 16 species of crab spiders belonging to family thomisidae. Out of all screened primers, OPP 9 produced highest 113 scorable bands, out of which 111 bands were found with 98.28 percent polymorphism. Primer OPA 3 was produced lowest 43 bands with 100 percent polymorphism. Remaining primers (OPA 2, OPA 4, OPN 16 and OPN 18) showed 100 per cent polymorphism with 60, 60, 81 and 51 bands respectively. Along with the molecular markers, a morphometric analysis was also focus on the phylogenetic relationship of crab spiders using UPGMA and NJ approach. The present study is the first report from India to describe the genetic relatedness amongst spider using RAPD-PCR.
Living Arrangement among Poor Aged People in Karwar Taluk of Uttar Kannada District published in

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Soniya K. Bandodkar, Dr. Dhruva B Jyothi -
Redefining Tax Residence of Companies published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Utkarsh Kumar, Shria Tikoo : Regarding tax, the major aspect that counts is where one inhabits the residency. The residential status of a company essentially determines the taxability of a companys income in India. For a company, which is a resident of India, the whole lot of income that is earned by it becomes taxable whereas a non-resident company only pays taxes for its income sourced in India. Hence, in order to evaluate the taxability on income, determining the residential status of a company is of the utmost significant. The paper will evaluate the significant changes that are brought about in the Finance Bill widening the scope of residency to a great extent

Control of Fusarium wilt of tomato in the greenhouse using silver nanofungicides

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Novel Research in Microbiology Journal

Published by Faculty of Science, University of Ain Shams, Cairo, Egypt

Adel K. Madbouly

       Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) is considered as one of the most economically important vegetable crops in the world. Its production is about 130 million tons, of which 88 million are specified for the fresh markets whereas, 42 million are processed (Anonymous, 2016). Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici causes a highly destructive vascular wilt disease of tomato leading to significant crop losses in the field and in protected tomatoes, thus remains as one of the main limiting factors for production of this crop (McGovern, 2015).

METHODOLOGY OF ACCELERATION OF THE SELECTION PROCESS IN OSTRICHES POPULATIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Yuliya Vasilyevna Osadchaya The results of studies concerning the development of methods of early assessment and selection of ostriches to increase egg production are submitted. Found that, in general, over 14 weeks, blacked-neck ostrich egg production was 32.8 1,27 eggs on average per layer, and blue-necked 28.4 0,32 eggs. Thus, the black-necked ostrich egg production was higher by 4.4 eggs. It was found a great correlation between the number of eggs laid by ostriches during the first four weeks of laying season and for the whole season (r=0.68-0.71). This is the reason for development of evaluation methodology and selection of ostriches in the case of selection for laying capacity increase. The using of a new technique provides a shorter interval between the generation ostriches for 1 year and the growth rate of breeding to increase their egg production by 0.2 eggs per year. In the event of a system is provided by the new method of accelerating the breeding process to increase the ostrich egg production by 0.2 eggs per year, or one egg in a single generation.

Food poisoning: Bacterial isolation and knowledge regarding food-handle with Anti-Haemolytic Activity of vinegar

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Annals of Tropical Medicine & Public Health

Published by Africa Health Research Organization

Nada Khazal Hindi, Zainab Adil Ghani Chabuck, Thikra Adnan Jawad Banimuslem, Jameel Ali Kadhim

Food poisoning is a sickness that is due to consumption of water or food contaminated with bacteria themselves and/or their toxins, or with viruses, parasites, or because of chemicals. the cross-sectional study of 100 food-handlers by conducting face to face interview by questionnaire, and take samples from food, tools and workers, at November 2017 to March 2018 in Al-Hilla city, to get information about the practices, attitudes and knowledge of the food-handlers regarding food safety. Antimicrobial and bacterial haemolytic activities were evaluated before and after the usage of vinegar. The commonest category of age group among food workers was 21-30 years (55%). The highest percentage of bacterial isolated from restaurants and workers were S. epidermidis, S. aureus followed by E. feacalis and E. coli. The educational level indicated that the largest groups among workers (41%) have only primary education. The 93% of workers have no learned or enter food safety courses. Most cases of food poisoning (about 50% of the total cases) were attributed to improper handling of food by food workers. Vinegar inhibits bacterial growth and haemolysis at concentrations 30% and 40% but not at 10% and 20%. Young workers do not have a good level of education or enter food safety courses. Most bacterial isolates were found on the skin, nose and gastrointestinal tract which indicates their responsibility on food poisoning cases due to poor personal hygiene of the workers, and poor usage of hygiene protective devices. Also vinegar showed effective antimicrobial and antihaemolytic actions that can be used as an antiseptic by its addition to food equipments during washing and cleaning.
Impact Analysis of Non-Performing Assets on Selected Commercial and Co-Operative Banks in Pune published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Chandan Tiwari, Dr. Ravindra Sontakke, Accumulation of saving and lending of money is prime function of any bank. Lending money involves risk because the bank has to seek returns from lending and repay back money when demanded by the depositor. So effective asset allocation is essential for a bank to grow and succeed. There is no doubt that increasing Non - Performing Asset has become a crucial concern for any bank be it commercial or co-operative banks. The present paper is an attempt to study and analyse the impact of NPA on selected commercial and co-operative banks in Pune.
MANAGEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD IN RURAL AREA published in

International Engineering Journal For Research & Development

Published by Mr.Amit Manikrao
Swapnil khandar Syed.Sbihuddin Rural Road connectivity is a key component of rural development, since it promotes access to economic and social services, thereby generating increased agricultural productivity, non agriculture employment as well as non-agricultural productivity, which in turn expands rural growth opportunities and real income through which poverty can be reduced. This goal can be achieved by improvements in planning for construction activities involved in construction of rural roads. This paper revealed the development in the construction management system on fast track construction using different research models and technologies. This literature review will definitely help to improve construction activities involved in construction roads.
Encapsulation Method to Protect Unsaturated Fatty Acids from Rumen Biohydrogenation In Vitro published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

Published by innovational publishers
Gawad RMA, Strabel M, Abo El-Nor SA, Kattab HM, Cie?lak A, Kolif SM, Elnashar M Enrichment of ruminants products with polyunsaturated fatty acids is one of the possibilities to introduce these fatty acids into the human diet. However, the rumen biohydrogenation of unsaturated fatty acids limits their quantity and thus bioavailability in the rumen as well as in animal products. The alginate/carrageenan calcium beads of linseed oil were evaluated in vitro to verify the ability of these products to protect polyunsaturated fatty acids from biohydrogenation by ruminal microbes. Encapsulation efficiency was evaluated by measuring the quantity of oil protected by alginate/carrageenan calcium beads as well as changes on linseed oil fatty acids content before and after encapsulation. Experiment was evaluated in vitro using batch culture system. The treatments were: control (Control) without supplements, experimental I (Linseed oil) (control + 4% of linseed oil), experimental II (Beads 1) control + 4% of linseed beads containing 15% oil, experimental III (Beads 2) control + 4% of linseed beads containing 20% oil. Linseed oil and both linseed oil beads were supplemented to substrates at 4% of dietary dry matter. The substrate was composed of a mixture of meadow hay and barley meal in the ratio of 60:40 and incubated for 48h. All samples were analyzed for fatty acids content. The results were 87% and 86% for alginate/carragenan beads loaded with 15vol% linseed oil and alginate/carragenan beads loaded with 20vol% oil, respectively. The encapsulation process didnt have a significant effect on PUFA fraction (P<0.01).Results indicated that there is no significant difference (P<0.01) between linseed oil fatty acids content before and after encapsulation process. After incubation in batch culture system, linseed beads decreased (P<0.01) total rumen saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids content. Omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids contents increased statistically (P<0.01) by beads 1 and beads 2 and numerically by linseed oil treatment. In conclusion, new encapsulation method has the potential to protect linseed oil from rumen biohydrogenation in vitro, however, further in vivo experiments are required.
Impact of Energy Poverty on Women by Addressing Gender and Energy Issues published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
T. Sri Kumar, M.C. Rao This paper mainly focuses on employment & capacity building. Linking with development schemes such as employment schemes, land development schemes provide special trainings and special fellowships for Women. Capacity building and assistance to manage energy programs widen access to rural electrification, including decentralized programs. Improved access to cooking fuels and energy-efficient technologies for pumping water and other agricultural activities promote economic opportunities for women. Free up time from usual activities and reallocate their time toward attending to agricultural tasks, improving agricultural productivity, developing microenterprises, increase income and improve family well-being.ThePaper concludes by listing some of the major areas in which research is still needed to improve our understanding of the role of energy in poverty alleviation and sustainable livelihoods and the role it can play in meeting womens strategic needs.

Student Nurses Academic Performance Multidimensional Constructs

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Ayman Johargy | Dr. Pushpamala Ramaiah | Dr. Ibtesam Nomani | Lamia Ahmed Elsayed | Grace Lindsey

The success of any educational institution is measured by its academic performance or how well students meet the standards set out. This study aimed to determine the factors affecting the academic performance of second and third year student nurses in Saudi Arabia. Academic success is important because it is strongly linked to the positive outcomes we value… Academic success is important because working people will need higher levels of education to tackle the technologically demanding occupations of the future. This study may benefit the students by allowing them to understand better the factors that can affect their academic performance. A quantitative descriptive design was utilized. Self reporting course survey questionnaire was the main method used for data gathering. Average weighted mean and proportions were used to determine the level of impact of the different factors affecting student nurses' academic performance. The items on “What happened during the course” found to be of high impact. Meanwhile few items in the same category fell in the low range and rated related to their grading as moderate. In the aspect of course evaluation, the first item on “what I learnt in this course is important and will be useful to me” was determined to have the greatest impact among the course related items. Among the five domains, the item related to their overall evaluation “Satisfied with the quality of the course” fall behind the teacher related factors. Based from the findings, it was concluded that several factors pose high impact on the academic performance of student nurses, with teacher related factors topping the list.
 
BY Dr. Ayman Johargy | Dr. Pushpamala Ramaiah | Dr. Ibtesam Nomani | Lamia Ahmed Elsayed | Grace Lindsey "Student Nurses Academic Performance- Multidimensional Constructs"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23144.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/23144/student-nurses-academic-performance--multidimensional-constructs/dr-ayman-johargy
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 Effect of Ganesh Idol Immersion on the Water Quality of Gorai Jetty, Mumbai the Environmental Health Perspective

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Pradnya A. Lokhande

Water is one of the most important substances on earth. All plants and animals must have water to survive. If there was no water there would be no life on earth. Various factors play a part in this worrying state of affairs in India, such as dumped industrial and household waste and open defecation. But a surprisingly high level of pollution comes from religious ceremonies. The Ganesh festival is one of the biggest festivals in Mumbai. These idols are made up of non biodegradable materials like plaster of Paris PoP and synthetic paints used are also a major source of contamination and sedimentation. This can pose a serious threat to water quality and the flora and fauna the festival also generates a large amount of holy waste Nirmalya in the form of flowers, decoration materials, oil and other religious offerings. After the festival the Ganesha idols are immersed at the various beaches and lakes and creeks across the Mumbai city. To assess the water quality, the water samples were collected from Gorai creek before and after the Ganapati immersion and analysed for different physico chemical parameters. The parameters like pH, Temperature, DO, COD, Chloride, Sulphate, turbidity etc. were studied to find out the effect of idol immersion on quality of water. It has been observed that the values of some parameters were significantly increased during the immersion period and then declined in the post immersion period.
 
BY Dr. Pradnya A. Lokhande "The Effect of Ganesh Idol Immersion on the Water Quality of Gorai Jetty, Mumbai - the Environmental Health Perspective"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22806.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/environmental-chemistry/22806/the-effect-of-ganesh-idol-immersion-on-the-water-quality-of-gorai-jetty-mumbai---the-environmental-health-perspective/dr-pradnya-a-lokhande
Women Empowerment in India: Issues and Challenges published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Mr. Pema Lama Unlike in the earlier days, women were maltreated even as slaves in the post-Vedic and Epic ages After Indian Independence, India has so far passed or amended several women specific legislations and implemented a plethora of programs for womens advancement and economic emancipation in different spheres. The womens movement including widespread NGO network having strong grass-root presence and deep insights into womens concerns have contributed in inspiring initiatives for the women empowerment.
The Effect of The Ethical Leadership on Perceived Organizational Justice and Organizational Identification of The Employees: The Case of Tourism Businesses published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
?kran ktem In this study, the effect of the ethical leadership on perceived organizational justice and identification has been researched with a case study. The researches? views have been examined by performing a literature review. The study has been realized with the individuals working in the tourism businesses in Ankara (Turkey). The questionnaire has been applied with the face to face interviews. The hypotheses have been evaluated by looking at the interactions of the ethical leadership with the organizational justice and the organizational identification separately from the data. Regression models for organizational justice and organizational identification have been founded on ethical leadership and ethical leadership change according to gender has been checked by t-test. When previous analysis merged, it was determined that there was no difference between genders on ethical leadership affecting organizational justice and organizational identification

DAKLIS: A COLLABORATIVE FISHING TECHNIQUE 

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Bannag: A Journal of Local Knowledge

Published by University of Saint Louis

 Ferdinand N.Cortez 

This study aimed at recording the daklis, a collaborative fishing technique in Buguey. This study made use of the qualitative-expository research method using key informants such as the members of the daklisan, municipal officials and barangay folks of Buguey. The daklisan are simple folks aspiring to earn honest living. With the income that they earn during the daklis season, they augment this when harvest time in the fields come. They are also farm hands, carpenters and plowers. Daklis is one of the most popular fishing techniques in Buguey and in Gonzaga.The peak season starts early in March, when the waters’ color becomes tropic blue, and ends mid-May, when rains and thunderstorm would make the sea turbulent. It is also unique, because it involves a whole barangay in its peak season.     From a crude concept of fishing come an organizational structure and sharing and the spirit of bayanihan therein. The terms however, signify Hispanic origin. The people listed above are not sufficient to pull the heavy net (plus the catch). The amo and the sobreamo have to employ pullmen and boatmen. Thus, a scheme of sharing was conceptualized. 

FUNCTIONAL-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES REGULATORIKA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Mahruy Saidalieva; Mohiniso Bahromovna Hidirova The functional-differential equations of biological communitys number regulatorika are given. Quantitative functioning regularities for concrete cellular community of an organism immune system at AIDS are defined.
Synthesis and In Vitro Antibacterial and Anti Fungal Activity of Trisubstituted S-Triazines published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
*Anil Rathavi, Maharshi Shukla and 1M.K.Thakor Ten compounds have been synthesized in a series of [1, 3, 5] triazine analogues which, in addition to 9-ethyl-9H carbazol-3-amine, contain different Amines. The title compounds were then evaluated for their in vitro microbial activity against two gram Ve bacteria (E.coli, P.aeruginosa), two gram +Ve bacteria (S. aerues, B. subtilis) and two fungal species (C. albicans and. Niger). The most of the synthesized compounds have shown promising antimicrobial activity. All the final compounds were structurally elucidated on the basis of IR, 1H NMR, and other elemental analysis.
Free Convection Boundary-Layer Flow of A Nanofluid Past A Vertically Stretching Sheet with Momentum, Thermal and Solutal Slip published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. Subhas Abel, Monayya Mareppa, Mahesha Narayana, Jagadish V Tawade Boundary-layer flow of a nanofluid past a stretching sheet with momentum, thermal, and solutal, slip conditions have been investigated numerically by Runge-Kutta shooting technique. The model used for the nanofluid incorporates the effects of Brownian motion and thermophoresis. A similarity solution is presented which depends primarily on Prandtl number Pr, Lewis number Le, Brownian motion number Nb, and thermophorsis number Nt. The variation of the reduced Nusselt number and reduced Sherwood number with Nb and Nt for various values of Pr and Le is presented in tabular and graphical forms. Comparison with published results is presented.
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.
Measuring Service Quality of Indian Railway published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ram Kumar Balyan, Ms. Richa Pandit Indian Railways serves the passengers in a big way, and hence there is a need to integrate passenger concerns in the operation, planning and other processes that impact passenger services and its quality in bigger way. A study of the service quality address passenger concerns more effectively and at the same time it also effectively monitor the creation and maintenance of a good quality services. By using non-probability convenience sampling a survey of 200 passengers of Indian Railway in Ahmedabad was carried out using a structured questionnaire. Analysis was carried out using Factor Analysis & One Way Anova. This paper is intent to measure the service quality of Indian Railway
IN VITRO CYTOTOXICITY, PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND GC-MS ANALYSIS OF PITHECELLOBIUM DULCE LEAVES. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Poongodi. T* and Hemalatha. R The objective of the study was to investigate the preliminary phytochemical screening, GC-MS and In vitro cytotoxicity assay of leaf extract of Pithecellobium dulce. Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of active plant metabolites like alkaloids, flavonoids, glycosides, phenol, tannins, diterpenes, saponins and phytosterols. It was further continued to identify 18 different compounds of medicinal use in the Pithecellobium dulce by GC-MS analysis. The study also investigated about the Invitro cytotoxic nature of Pithecellobium dulce leaves in breast cancer cell line (MCF-7) using MTT assay. IC50 value was found to be 112?g/ml. 100% cell inhibition occurred at 300 ?g/ml.

Networks Coexistence with other 2.4 GHz ISM Devices

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mia Torres-Dela Cruz | Wisam Khamil Mahdloom | Shaina Suresh

The possibility for the home to be networked wirelessly has greatly improved because of emerging technologies. Home networking is very much possible now with the different technologies that are available. This project is an application of three wireless technologies to machine to machine M2M home networking coexisting with other devices in the 2.4 GHz ISM. The networking technologies used and evaluated in the project are ZigBee, Bluetooth, and Wi Fi, where the risk of interference in the networks is identified and evaluated. The other devices in the home are microwave oven, baby monitors, and wireless telephones. The home network system that was developed and implemented is an interconnection of electronic home devices grouped by sub networks categorized by each of the wireless technologies. Because the three sub networks are working in proximity, there is the high chance of interference with each other and with other devices within the 2.4 GHz band. The joint application of the three networks showed how these networks affect each other and how they coexist in one system and effect to and by other home devices not included in their networks but are in the same frequency range, 2.4 GHz. The paper explored the risks and characteristics of interference of these three systems with other devices when the system is implemented. Guidelines were developed to overcome and mitigate these constraints. Mia Torres-Dela Cruz | Wisam Khamil Mahdloom | Shaina Suresh "Networks Coexistence with other 2.4 GHz ISM Devices" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Information Technology , November 2018, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19133.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/telecommunications/19133/networks-coexistence-with-other-24-ghz-ism-devices/mia-torres-dela-cruz
Evaluation of Biopesticide Formulations on Per Cent Adult Mortality And Fecundity of Pulse Beetle in Redgram published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
SHAIK JAVED Among the Insect pests of stored grain legumes, Callosobruchus chinensis L. and Callosobruchus maculatus F.are the most importantwith considerable levels of damage being done to stored commodities. The present investigations was found that among all the bio pesticide formulations Wettable Powder formulation of Bacillus thuringiensis shows the highest per cent of adult mortality and lowest fecundity and highest Per cent Ovipositional Difference (POD) followed by others.
Power System State Estimation - A Review published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
Dudekula Sai Babu, K Jamuna, and B.Aryanandiny The aim of this article is to provide a comprehensive survey on power system state estimation techniques. The algorithms used for finding the system states under both static and dynamic state estimations are discussed in brief. The authors are opinion that the scope of pursuing research in the area of state estimation with PMU and SCADA measurements is the state of the art and timely.
A REVIEW FUNGAL ENDOPHYTES: AS A STORE HOUSE OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUND. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Akanksha Bhardwaj1, Pavan Agrawal*1 This review describes information that endophytic fungi are the store house of naturally occurring bioactive compound. Plants have been exploited for human benefits for over thousands of years and have been the storage house of compounds for medicine. Endophytic fungi are a kind of fungi that colonize and reside in living and internal tissues of plants without causing any disease to the plant and reproduce by vegetative and sexual methods. Endophytes constitute a large diversity of microbial adaptations that have developed in special and hidden environments. Because of their huge diversity and particular habituation, they can provide a good area for research in the field of making new medicines and novel drug like molecules. Many microorganisms have developed resistance against the current drugs so it is necessary to search for new drugs. In order to provide aid and comfort in all aspects of mankinds life it is very important to make drugs which have safe bioactive compounds which are not dangerous for human health. There are many challenges in front of scientists for instance rise of new diseases, emergence of virus which are life threatening and management of complications occur after operation in patient with organ transplantation. This has led scientists to hunt for different natural sources that are safe and potent to meet the challenges of twenty first century. Endophytes possess different types of bioactivity, such as antibacterial, antiviral, anticancer and antifungul agents.

A Study on Economic Importance of Crude Drugs In the Kanpur area of Indo-Gangetic Plains

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International Journal of Ayurveda and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Published by Greentree Group Publishers

Alpana Tewari, Archana Srivastava and Kumud Dubey

During the past decade, demand for medicinal plants and their products as well as health systems have attracted global interests. The value of medicinal plants as a source of foreign exchange for developing countries depends on the use of plants as raw materials in the pharmaceutical industry. The present study is aimed to survey Kanpur city to analyze the information regarding the availability of medicinal plants and to prepare its appropriate records concerning the source locality, plant parts used, economic value of herbs and present price trends. The results obtained from the study provided sufficient ground to believe that the traditional medicinal practice using native medicinal plants is still alive, functioning well and is economic significant.

Role of Institutional Credit To Agriculture Sector published in

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REETU DR.SHOBHA CHOUDHARY After the Independence, money-lenders were the major source of finance to the farmers. They provide loan not only at high rate of interest but other malpractices also adopted by them. Rural indebtedness is noted as a major reason for the increase in farmer suicides during recent times across a number of states like Punjab, Maharashtra etc. According to a well known saying the Indian peasant is born in debt, lives in debt & dies in debt. After the green revolution, agriculture activities have become cash-based & farmers require high investment in modern inputs. Due to increased liberalization & globalization the cropping pattern has become changed from staple cropes to cash crop like-oilseeds & cotton which enhanced credit need. While the price of the cropes has been declined thus farmers have no means to supplement their income. This paper is based on the secondary data collected from Govt. of India, Economic Survey 2009-10 & 2012-13. This paper aims to examine the flow of institutional credit to agriculture & allied activities & the role of agriculture sector in GDP. It is found that after independence 75% population were engaged in the agriculture sector. But now the agriculture sector is providing employment to 54% people only. Population is shifting towards industry & service sector. The contribution of agriculture sector in GDP in 1950-51 was 55.40% while 14.4% in 2011-12. So, credit is important input for agriculture development.
Document Clustering Using Concept Weight? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sapna Gupta, Prof. Vikrant Chole Traditional techniques for clustering the document are mostly based on the number of occurrences and the existence of keywords. Similarly Phrase based clustering technique ignores the semantics behind the words, only captures the order in which the words appear in a sentence. The term frequency based clustering techniques takes the documents as bag-of words while ignoring the semantic relationship between the words. Considering the drawbacks of such system this paper proposes a concept based clustering technique. The ideology behind this concept is, it uses Medical Subject Headings MeSH ontology for extracting the concept and the concept weight calculation is done by its identity and relationship with its synonym. K-medoid algorithm is used for clustering documents on Semantic through which the results are analyzed.
Effect of planting dates and genotypes on root characteristics and yield of mungbean and urdbean during spring season published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
AVESH KUMAR*, N.P. SINGH AND SANDEEP KUMAR1 Two sets of experiments one each on mungbean and urdbean were undertaken during spring seasons of 2001-02 and 2002-03 at Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar to evaluate the root characteristics and yield of mungbean and urdbean under various planting dates and varieties. In each set of experiment, nine treatments consisted of three varieties each of mungbean (Narendra M-1, Pant M-2 and Pant M-5) and urdbean (Narendra U-1, Pant U-19 and Pant U-35) and three common planting dates (February 20, March 12 and April 1) were laid out separately in split-plot design keeping planting dates in the main plots and varieties in sub-plots with three replications. Results revealed that March 12 planting of mungbean and urdbean produced higher no. of grains/pod, pods/plant and improved source-sink relationship which led to generation of significantly higher grain yield than February 20 and April 1. While, the bolder grains were recorded under February 20 planting conditions. Grain yield / ha was significantly higher in Pant M-2 variety of mungbean and Narendra U-1 of urdbean, whereas Pant M-5 variety of mungbean and Pant U-19 of urdbean recorded the highest harvest index, respectively during the course of investigation. Planting of mungbean and urdbean beyond February had better root development. The no. of nodules / plant, dry weight of nodules, primary root length and dry weight of root/plant of mungbean and urdbean were recorded higher under late sowing of April-1. Narendra M-1 variety of mungbean and Narendra U-1 of urdbean recorded higher number of nodules/ plant, dry weight of nodules, primary root length and dry weight of root/plant during both the seasons. Despite the production of higher 1000-seed wt., Pant M-5 variety of mungbean and Pant U-19 of urdbean yielded lower
PERCEPCIN DE LOS BENEFICIOS DE LA TENENCIA DE ANIMALES DE COMPAA EN PACIENTES CON ENFERMEDADES CARDIOVASCULARES / Perception of the benefits of pet ownership in patients with cardiovascular disease published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Beatriz Hugues Hernandorena, Aime lvarez lvarez, Loraine Ledn Llanes, Madelin Mendoza Trujillo, Liset Castelo Elas-Calles and Emma Domnguez Alonso Introduction: Pets have played an important role in the life of human beings. In dissimilar studies a beneficial effect in the prevention and recovery of physical and mental health has been shown. Objective: To describe the perception of the benefits of pet ownership in patients with cardiovascular disease. Method: A descriptive cross-sectional exploratory study was conducted with 37 people that suffer from cardiovascular disease and brought their pets to the main clinic of affective pets in Havana between September and December 2012. A questionnaire was made in which the necessary aspects and socio-demographic data were assessed. Results: The mean age was 102 years old, females were predominant with 15 patients (75%) and 50% had white skin color. The most prevalent coronary risk factor was hypertension (40%); diabetes mellitus type 2, dyslipidemia, and smoking followed in this order. Centenarians had preserved systolic function of the left ventricle (90%) with little tendency to supernormality, one patient had segmental contractility disorders in the underside, which corresponded to a history of myocardial infarction. Four centenarians had normal filling pattern, 11 had impaired ventricular relaxation and five pseudonormal patterns. Conclusion and recommendations: In the group studied there is a perception that pet ownership exerts beneficial effects on the physical and psycho-emotional health of the owner, and it was recommended to continue and expand research related to the topic, cover other sectors and increase the sample.
SYNTHESIS, FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL GEL OF ISATIN DERIVATIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Soma Pramanik*, 1Vibha Patil and 2Kinjal Patel A new series of 8-Amino-11H-5,7,9,10,11-pentaazabenzo[b]-fluoren- 6-ol derivatives were synthesized by condensing Isatin and its derivatives with 2,4,5-triamino-6-hydroxypyrimidinesulphate in aqueous medium. Later these compounds were converted into their corresponding Schiffs bases by reacting with various aromatic aldehydes. The chemical structures of the synthesized compounds were confirmed by means of IR, 1H-NMR and Mass. Based on the microbiological screening of the synthesized compounds, 4L was selected for formulation of antimicrobial gel. The gel was formulated by changing the polymer ratio. Gel formulations were characterized for appearance, odor, pH, viscosity measurement, extrudability, spreadability, stability studies and antimicrobial study. Among the prepared formulations, gel prepared with 0.75% and 1% Carbopol were selected as the good carrier for synthesized compounds.
Outcomes of Laparoscopic Appendectomy in Complicated Pediatric Appendicitis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. ARUN. K, Dr. MAYUR M. KADAM OBJECTIVES To assess the safety and efficacy of Laparoscopic appendectomy in complicated appendicitis in children. METHODS: All children admitted with diagnosis of acute appendicitis were evaluated. All children suspected to have complicated appendicitis are subjected to clinical examination and imaging. All children would be subjected to Laparoscopic appendectomy. RESULTS In our study it was seen that there was no incidence of post operative intra abdominal abscess. Lower incidence of post operative adhesions compared to open appendectomy. Lower incidence of infections, wound haematoma and post operative bowel paralysis when compared to open appendectomy. CONCLUSION Our results have indicated the feasibility, safety and efficacy of laparoscopic appendectomy in complicated appendicitis in children. The incidence of post-operative intra abdominal abcess was nil in our study probably due to the efforts taken to give a thorough peritoneal lavage and also an adequate course of higher antibiotics. Duration of surgery was dependent on the severity of the peritonitis and the associated paralytic ileus with dilated bowel loops which made the procedure technically challenging. Surgical site infection in our study though not significant could have been avoided with the use of endobag . Although the number of patients enrolled in this study thus far is small , preliminary results show that our experiences with Laparoscopic appendectomy in Complicated Appendicitis in children has been encouraging .In conculsion having found less morbidity with laparoscopic approach we advocate the use of laparoscopy in children even with complicated appendicitis.
Performance of baby corn (Zea mays L.) under the influence of in situ green manuring and phosphorus in acid soil of Meghalaya published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
I. KAR AND 1V. RAM Baby corn (Zea mays L.) is dehusked maize ear harvested within 2-3 days of silking, i.e. prior to fertilization. Being a short duration crop, it fits easily in an intensive cropping system. Depending upon the agro climatic conditions, 3 to 4 crops of baby corn can be taken up in a year with good profit and in addition to baby corn; it provides palatable green fodder to cattle. Baby corn crop, owing to its more profitability than grain maize, may be helpful in raising the income of the farmers of the North East region. Phosphorus is an essential element required for the growth of plants. It is an integral part of nucleic acid and plays a fundamental role in metabolism of fats, protein and starch. Despite its wide distribution in nature, P is a limited resource for plant growth and its low availability is a major constraint to crop production in acid soils (Redel et al., 2011). P fixation is the most limiting factor in acid soil particularly in the North Eastern region of India and P fertilizers are required to sustain optimum crop yields. Green manure has the ability to utilize the inaccessible fraction of phosphorus and make it available for crops. It is an important tool to improve soil fertility by enhancing organic carbon, nitrogen and other nutrients in available form in soil and lead to sustainable crop production (Fageria, 2007). The combined use of green manure with inorganic source of P fertilizer will increase the availability of phosphorus due to dissolution of sparingly soluble P sources and reduced P retention (Bah et al., 2006). Hence the present investigation was carried out to study the combined effect of green manure and phosphorus on the performance of baby corn.
CONCEPT OF VISHA IN AYURVEDA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Bijay Kumar Gupta* Right from the beginning poison is a subject that has fascinated human beings. Poison has been a challenge and threat to well being, even existence of life. Poison which may be natural or artificial, animate or inanimate have different actions on the body ranging from simple uneasiness to death. Persons who have no direct contact with poisons, sometimes doubt that poison has some how entered in to the body and this feeling itself is capable of producing symptoms at time similar with poisoning because of its dreadful nature. Ayurveda also gives due importance to poisons and poisoning, their source, effects, prognosis, management and complications. Poisons of defective potency such as artificial poison (Garavisha), Latent poison (Dooshivisha) and effects of polluted air; atmosphere, water etc are being dealt with in detail in one among the eight branches of Ayurveda i.e. toxicology (Agadatantra). Ayurvedic Vishatantra deals with some unique concepts like vega,vegantara,visha adhusthana etc.Knowledge about these concepts will be helpful in research and enrichment of science. This article is an attempt to disseminate the concept of poison (Visha) in ayurveda to other fraternity of science.
ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION AND DETERMINATION OF TOTAL PHENOLIC CONTENT OF MELIA AZEDARACH Biresh Kumar Sarkar*1, Sunil Kumar Punia 1, Monoj Kumar Gupta 1, Shashimindar Yadav2, Prashant Soni2 published in

Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy

Published by Journal of Harmonized Research in Publications
Biresh Kumar Sarkar*1, Sunil Kumar Punia 1, Monoj Kumar Gupta 1, Shashimindar Yadav2, Prashant Soni2 Melia azedarach used traditionally for various diseases and infections as per the klowledge of ayurveda. The acetone extraction was carried out of the plant. The phytochemical groups were identified by the tests of characterization and then quantified by the test of total phenolics. Total phenolics were determined using FolinCiocalteu reagent procedure. The total polyphenolic content and flavonoid content in the extract were found to be 71.130.11 mg/g and 11.140.12 mg/g respectively; since antimicrobial activity is related to phenolic compounds contained thus extract was also evaluated for the antibacterial activity. Result of study suggested that Melia azedarach having great potential as antibacterial agent. The extract at dose level of 200 mcg/ml showed highest inhibition against P. aerugunosa, S. aureus and E. coli. Keywords: Melia azedarach, Total phenolics, Total flavonoids, Antimicrobial.
Texture Unit based Monocular Real-world Scene Classification using SOM and KNN Classifier published in

ACEEE International Journal on Signal & Image Processing

Published by ACEEE
N.P. Rath and Bandana Mishra In this paper a method is proposed to discriminate real world scenes in to natural and manmade scenes of similar depth. Global-roughness of a scene image varies as a function of image-depth. Increase in image depth leads to increase in roughness in manmade scenes; on the contrary natural scenes exhibit smooth behavior at higher image depth. This particular arrangement of pixels in scene structure can be well explained by local texture information in a pixel and its neighborhood. Our proposed method analyses local texture information of a scene image using texture unit matrix. For final classification we have used both supervised and unsupervised learning using K-Nearest Neighbor classifier (KNN) and Self Organizing Map (SOM) respectively. This technique is useful for online classification due to very less computational complexity.
Synthesis, Characterisation of 5-Fu Loaded Chitosan Nanoparticles published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mahesh Kadagi, Shridhar.N.B, Jagadeesh S Sanganal, Phani, A.R, Narayanaswamy.H.D, Isloor, S, Ramachandra. S.G. In the present study, 5-fluorouracil-loaded-Chitosan nanoparticles were prepared by ionic gelation technology. In the experiment chitosan dissolved in 1% acetic acid and TPP and 5 FU dissolved in the distilled water. TPP-Drug solution added to chitosan solution drop by drop under magnetic stirrer. Drug encapsulated on generated nanoparticles as a result of electrostatic interactions, The particle size, size distribution, surface morphology, and physical and chemical properties of the 5-FU-NPs were investigated by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Dynamic light scattering (DLS) and Fourier transform infrared spectrometry (FTIR). The drug encapsulation efficiency (EE) of 5-FUNPs was investigated by LC-MSMS (Liquid Chromatography-Mass spectroscopy Mass spectroscopy). The drug loaded chitosan nanoparticles are roughly spherical in shape with a size distribution range of 300 to 350 nm in diameter. The zeta potential of the chitosan nanoparticles is 48.2 mV, The drug loading capacity of 5-FU loaded chitosan nanoparticles was 29.3%.

Analysis of Heat Transfer for Solar Air Heater - A Perspective View

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Shashi Shukla | Prof. H. S. Sahu

Solar air heater is one of the most valuable heat sources of energy with variety of applications such as industrial process heating, space heating, drying of fruits and vegetables, etc. It is renewable as well as pollution free for space heating and when it is used in commercial buildings or industries could be very expensive. The solar air heating is a process in which the radiant energy emitted from the sun is captured on an absorber plate and is used for space heating. Improvement in thermal performance of a solar air heater can be done by enhancing the heat transfer. Providing artificial roughness on a heat transferring surface is one of the methods for effective enhancement of heat transfer to fluid flow, the other is to introduce the copper wire mesh screen matrix and by passing the fluid through it. In this paper, reviews of heat transfer techniques with the use of Artificial Roughness Geometry and wire mesh in order to improve performance and the effect of various parameters of porous media like pitch, number of layers, bed depth, porosity, thermal conductivity, pitch to wire diameter ratio have been discussed. Shashi Shukla | Prof. H. S. Sahu "Analysis of Heat Transfer for Solar Air Heater - A Perspective View" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21612.pdf
 
Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/21612/analysis-of-heat-transfer-for-solar-air-heater-–-a-perspective-view/shashi-shukla
Glycemic Index of Ficus religiosa Based Bakery Products for Healthy Normal Subjects published in

Published by
Neelam Chaturvedi, Ashwarya Singh, Kalpana Shukla The present study was undertaken with the aim of preparing bakery products based on Ficus religiosa with sensory quality and their glycemic Index. The bakery products (Biscuits, Dal samose and Bati) were supplemented with 5%, 10% leaves and bark and its equiproportioned blends of Ficus religiosa. For religiosa based bakery products, the glycemic index was calculated by incremental area under the blood glucose curve (IAUC). The result showed that 10% leaves Dal samose and 5% bark Bati were insignificant at P?0.05 level which was comparable with standard.Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load values were found to be lowest for 10% leaves incorporated Dal samose (35 and 13) when compared to 5% bark incorporated Bati (53 and 20). Therefore, Bati and Dal samose classified under low glycemic index food. Considering the wide-ranging consumption of bakery products, this information is valuable for people who prefer to use low glycemic food which offer many beneficial therapeutic effects.
Data Security Using Lightweight Techniques in Mobile Cloud Computing published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs Seema Hadke, Nehal Jain, Kanika Dhir, Purva Kale, Revati Karpe With the explosion of mobile applications and the support of Cloud Computing for a variety of services for mobile users, Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is introduced as an integration of cloud computing into the mobile environment. Mobile cloud computing brings new types of services and facilities for mobile users to take full advantages of cloud computing. It consists of front-end users who possess mobile devices and back end cloud servers. Here we have proposed two schemes for protecting the confidentiality and integrity of mobile data while uploading and downloading files to and from cloud respectively with backup facility of files. Here we have used two algorithms for the same. The Encryption based Scheme (EnS) tackles the situation where only one cloud server exists using AES technique for encryption. We proved that it guarantees the security goal and is the necessary condition for this situation. The Sharing based Scheme (ShS) allow a user to save data on multiple cloud also it further decrease the computation overhead by relying exclusive-or operations with cipher technique. All proposed schemes are resilient to the storage compromise on mobile devices, and all assume that the cloud servers are distrusted. Thus, they provide a stronger protection for more general and realistic application scenarios comparing with the previous work.

Cross-Cultural Mistakes by Renowned Brands - Evaluating the Success and Failures of Brands in Host Nations

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Dr. Mohan Dass | Dr Sree (Sunny) Vinnakota

Cross-cultural management is the utmost challenge being faced by the organisations when the plan to work in the host nations. Mistakes are part and parcel of the businesses, and even big giant companies make a blunder as they often fail to get all the needed insights to capture the particular market in the host nation. The research paper examines the Cross-cultural mistakes by renowned brands this has been explained by the help of stances of various brands that failed and also the ones that succeeded. In the paper, the use of qualitative research method has been used that involves reviewing the existing data available on the topic under consideration. The findings of the study showed brands like KFC, Coca-Cola, IKEA, etc. are the top MNCs Multi-National Corporations that faced cross-cultural severe issues when it comes to entering the host countries. Dr. Mohan Dass | Dr Sree (Sunny) Vinnakota ""Cross-Cultural Mistakes by Renowned Brands - Evaluating the Success and Failures of Brands in Host Nations"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20268.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/marketing/20268/cross-cultural-mistakes-by-renowned-brands-%E2%80%93-evaluating-the-success-and-failures-of-brands-in-host-nations/dr-mohan-dass
 

Ergonomic evaluation in plant suppression activities: a systematic review

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Revista Agraria Academica / Agrarian Academic Journal

Published by Jailson Honorato

 Bruno Machado Araújo, Gustavo Costa de Oliveira, Paulo Henrique Catunda

The present work had as objective the elaboration of a systematic bibliographical revision of articles referring to the ergonomic evaluation in activities of vegetal suppression and discussion of the risk factors. The identification of articles and their inclusion occurred in the period from August to December 2016. The electronic databases used were: SciELO; PubMed; PLOS ONE and Google academic. The searches were conducted through descriptors cataloged in the Descriptor in Health Sciences (DeCS). In view of the complexity and importance of the plant suppression activities being evaluated ergonomically, the extreme need to develop and publish more works in the area in question is highlighted here.

Demographic and Clinical Profile of Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis at A Tertiary Eye Care Center in India. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manju J. Loya, Lokesh Kc, Pranay Gandhi Purpose: To study the demographic and clinical profile of patients with vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC) at a tertiary eye care center in India. Materials and Methods: Retrospective chart analysis of 468 patients of VKC seen from January 2006 to December 2006. Results: Mean age at presentation was 12 years. Majority of the patients had mixed pattern disease (72%). Chronic perennial disease was seen in 36% patients. Personal or family history of allergies was noted in 5% patients. Severe disease based on clinical grading was present in 37% patients. Moderate to severe vision loss was seen in 12% of total population. Persistent disease beyond 20 years of age was found in 12% patients. VKC-related complications such as corneal scarring (11%), shield ulcer (3%), keratoconus (6%), and limbal stem cell deficiency (1.2%) were seen. Treatment-related complications like corticosteroid-induced cataract and glaucoma were seen in 6% and 4% of patients, respectively. Conclusion: Clinical pattern of VKC seen in the tropical climate of India is essentially similar to that seen in other tropical countries. Few distinct features that we noted represent chronic perennial disease, low association with atopy, and higher propensity for disease and treatment-related complications.
The Effect of Improved Periodontal Health On Metabolic Control In Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Chirag Shah, Darshan Modi, Surbhi Joshi, Khushboo Desai. Objectives: The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of improved periodontal health on metabolic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) patients. Material and Methods: Fifty (50) patients with type 2 DM were selected. Subjects were randomly assigned into two groups. Data collection: Plaque index (PI), gingival index (GI), probing pocket depth (PPD) and bleeding on probing (BOP) were recorded at baseline and after 3 months. Glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c), were analysed at baseline, 3 months following the periodontal therapy. The treatment group received full-mouth scaling and root planing whereas the control group received no periodontal treatment. Results: A statistically significant effect could be demonstrated for PI, GI, PPD, CAL and BOP for the treatment group. HbA1c levels in the treatment group decreased significantly whereas the control group showed a slight but insignificant decrease for this parameter. Conclusions: The results of this study showed that non-surgical periodontal treatment is associated with improved glycaemic control in type 2 patients and could be undertaken along with the standard measures for the diabetic patient care.

Information Governance: A Necessity in Today's Business Environment

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International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin

Ripon Datta; Mounicasri Valavala; Md Haris Uddin Sharif

The purpose of this research work is to identify the necessity of information governance (IG) in businesses today, and the impact it has on business survival. Most of the businesses face IG implementation issues, which do not have permanent or lasting solutions. Also, it is still not yet well-known which people in business are responsible for running IG and what role each individual play. A qualitative research method is conducted where secondary sources of information are analyzed. Also, a comprehensive review of literature is conducted. Today, almost every business is experiencing issues in the fields of information security, compliance, information and communication automation, policies implementation, and allocating roles and responsibilities for players in IG systems. Some solutions to these problems are provided in this research.

Extending the Postharvest Quality of Peach Fruits by Salicylic Acid and MAP Treatments

 

 

published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selçuk University Agriculture Faculty
Ferhan K. Sabır, Sevil Unal, Mays Talal Kadhim Maadheedi, Israa Mohammed Mahdi Mahdi
 
Postharvest salicylic acid (SA) treatments can decrease the fungal decay of horticultural crops by affecting the ethylene biosynthesis and inducing the systemic resistance during cold storage. In the present study, effects of SA and modified atmosphere packages (MAP) on the  postharvest quality maintenance of fruits of peach cv ‘J. H. Hale’ were investigated. After harvest at commercial maturity, half lot of each of the fruits was subjected to 1 mM SA for 5 min and was packed with or without MAP. The remaining lot was not subjected to SA but was also stored with or without MAP. All the fruits were stored at 1°C and 90% relative humidity for 60 d. Weight loss, color of flesh and skin, firmness, total soluble solid, titratable acidity, total phenolic and total antioxidant analyses were performed with 15 d intervals to compare the effectiveness of treatments. SA treatment had positive influences on theof  postharvest quality maintenance of the fruits. In pParticularly, the combined use of SA and MAP was more effective than their individual use ion maintaining the firmness of the fruits, delaying the biochemical changes in thewith flesh and alterations in the skin color than their single use.
 
Towards Seamless TCP Congestion Avoidance in Multiprotocol Environments published in

ACEEE International Journal on Communication

Published by ACEEE
Martin Hruby, Michal Olsovsky, Margareta Kotocova In this paper we explore the area of congestion avoidance in computer networks. We provide a brief overview of the current state of the art in congestion avoidance and also list our extension to the TCP congestion avoidance mechanism. This extension was previously published on an international forum and in this paper we describe an improved version which allows multiprotocol support. We list preliminary results carried out in a simulation environment. New introduced approach called Advanced Notification Congestion System (ACNS) allows TCP flows prioritization based on the TCP flow age and priority carried in the header of the network layer protocol. The aim of this approach is to provide more bandwidth for young and high prioritized TCP flows by means of penalizing old greedy flows with a low priority. Using ACNS, substantial network performance increase can be achieved.
EVALUATION OF ANTIDIABETIC AND ANTIOXIDATIVE EFFECT OF SEED OF EUJENIA JAMBOLANA IN STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED DIABETIC MALE RAT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kishalay Jana, Abhinandan Ghosh, Tushar Kanti Bera, Debidas Ghosh* Present study focus on the effect of ethyl acetate fraction of seed of Eujenia jambolana (E. jambolana) in streptozotocin (STZ) induced diabetic male rats. Rats were divided into four groups (n=6), control, diabetic, ethyl acetate fraction treated (200 mg/kg body weight/day for 35 days) and glibenclamide treated (20 mg/kg body weight/day for 35 days) group. Fasting blood glucose levels (FBG) were measured of all animals. Important carbohydrate metabolic enzymes i.e. hexokinase, glucose-6-phosphatase and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase were measured in hepatic tissue. Serum insulin, glycated hemoglobin (HbA 1 C) and glycogen content also measure in hepatic and skeletal muscle tissue. For antioxidant activity we measured catalase (CAT), peroxidase (Px) superoxide dismutase (SOD) along with the quantification of thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) and conjugated diene (CD) in hepatic and renal tissue. Histological study of pancreatic tissue also evaluated. Serum glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT) and serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (GPT) levels were measured for toxicity assessment. The FBG levels, serum insulin, HbA 1C, three carbohydrate metabolic enzymes activity and antioxidant enzymes along with lipid peroxidation end product were recovered significantly after fraction treatment in compare to untreated diabetic group. Degeneration of pancreatic islets cell were noted in untreated diabetic group, but after fraction treatment it was recovered towards the control animals. All results were compared with glibenclamide treated group, a standard antidiabetic drug. This study indicates that the ethyl acetate fraction of seed of E. jambolana is effective for the treatment of diabetes mellitus without any toxicity.
Prospects and Challenges in Brand Building published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. S. Boopathy, Mrs.Poornie Goppi This case study focuses on the prospects and challenges faced by a budding pharmaceutical company named Supradent Drugs Limited. It is a company which was started with a motto For the dentist; By the dentist in Dharmapuri district, South India. Supradent was established with an innovative concept, where likeminded dentists joined hands to deliver world class dental service. In this organization the dentist are shareholders and run their business to take care of all their clinics dental needs. The company was started with an objective to help the dentists society, where the dental practice is becoming a herculean task with rising costs in running a clinic. In this case the author have discussed how supradent have carried out its brand building activity for its flag ship product named KIDZ tooth paste among its end users. The current study also reveals the bottlenecks faced by the company in promoting their new product.

Market Factors Affecting the Operations of Lechon Manok Enterprise in Selected Towns in Northern Samar, Philippines

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Jayboy B. Rollo | Kevin Tan | Eunice L. Lluz

This study investigated the market factors affecting the operations of lechon manok enterprise in selected towns in Northern Samar. Results revealed that the main contributory factors affecting the operation of lechon manok is currency crises, sluggish economic growth, natural calamities, and diminishing number of customers. On the other hand, building a strong relationship with clients, no supply of chicken, frequency of buyers, lack of advertisement are the foremost problems that are encountered by the lechon manok operators.With this, the researchers recommend that lechon manok operators should consider all the market factors affecting the operation of the lechon manok business, and use strategies to adjust with the factors that will help to sustain a better profitability of the business. Consumers should be meticulous enough in choosing and buying a lechon manok in an accredited lechon manok enterprise, for their own safety consumption. Government regulatory authorities should be consistent in supervising the different lechon manok enterprise in town, to secure that all operators are following the standard policies or guidelines used in the business. It is viable that the future investors should have enough capital in starting a lechon manok business. Studies that will involve other respondents in other towns may be conducted to provide further information on the market factors affecting the operations of lechon manok enterprises. Jayboy B. Rollo | Kevin Tan | Eunice L. Lluz "Market Factors Affecting the Operations of Lechon Manok Enterprise in Selected Towns in Northern Samar, Philippines" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25170.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/agricultural-engineering/25170/market-factors-affecting-the-operations-of-lechon-manok-enterprise-in-selected-towns-in-northern-samar-philippines/jayboy-b-rollo
HUMAN SPERMATOZOA DAMAGED DUE TO HEAT, ANTIBIOTICS AND BIS PHENOL-A IN VITRO: SPERM DNA FRAGMENTATION TEST AND ROS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Omkar Pokharkar*, Dr. Himanshu Patel, Madhuri Patel, Vidisha Bhatt, Komal Patel The purpose of this study was to check the effects of heat, antibiotics and bisphenol-A on the DNA of the sperm in vitro. Total 22 samples were obtained from men aged 22-27 with no fertility issues and recent history of illness. All the samples were washed by swim-up from pellet method to discard dead sperms and cell debris. However some portion of the raw sample was kept aside for ROS test. 12 samples were exposed to heat on laboratory hot plate at temperature of 430C/ 109 F for 30 minutes to see the levels of DNA Damage. Rest 10 semen samples were exposed to antibiotics (5 samples) and Bisphenol-A (5 samples) in various concentrations and the DNA fragmentation and ROS levels were observed. Before DNA fragmentation (Sperm chromatin dispersion test) and ROS test, standard semen analysis of both exposed and unexposed samples to above mentioned factors were carried out to determine the difference in the quality of the samples. Decreased motility, decreased vitality and defective morphology were prominent in test aliquots as compared to the control aliquots. Then both control and test samples were subjected to Sperm chromatin dispersion test also called as sperm DNA fragmentation test. The test revealed the detrimental effects of heat and bisphenol-A on the sperms in vitro by showing high levels of fragmentation. On the other hand, the control samples revealed less fragmented and degraded sperm DNA. For reactive oxygen species test, raw samples were used which were exposed to these 3 factors in the similar way. ROS test employs the Agarose-N-gel tubes which were performed on all exposed and un-exposed samples to all different factors and it proved that oxidative stress was induced in the samples due to these factors. Interpretation of the results obtained after performing ROS test was done on the basis of the colour formation in the Agarose-N-gel tubes by reduction of nitro blue tetrazolium. After evaluation of results obtained it was crystal clear that which factor causes more damage to the sperms. This paper makes an effort to describe the mechanism by which the heat, antibiotics and Bisphenol-A damage the sperm cells.
Natural Radioactive Survey around Kufa cement factory published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
H. H. Hussain, A. S. Ali2 ABSTRACT The specific activity in soil samples around Kufa cement factory were measured by using NaI(Tl) gamma spectrometer. The range and (average) of specific activity for 238U, 232Th and 40K were 21.115.90 to 87.047.42 Bq/kg (50.126.49 Bq/kg), 16.182.65 to 74.554.25 Bq/kg (39.553.10 Bq/kg) and 592.0412.20 to 1654.2024.32 Bq/kg (941.2515.98 Bq/kg). The values of absorbed dose one meter above in air ranged from 59.81 to 132.08 nGy/h with an average value of 86.96 nGy/h. all values of the absorbed dose were higher than the permissible level fixed in UNSCER (2000). The radium equivalent activity (Raeq), the external and internal hazard index were also calculated and compared with the world wide average and found to be within the permissible level.
Undiagnosed Pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction presented with nonfunctioning kidney published in

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Dr. Darshan Patel, Dr.Jatin Jadav, Dr.Dhruven Desai, Dr. Hemant Leuva, Dr.Nilesh Patel A case of undiagnosed pelviureteric junction obstruction presented with nonfunctioning kidney. We are presenting a case of 26 year old male patient presenting with left flank pain and palpable mass in left lumbar region since 4 months. On investigating we came to a diagnosis of left pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction. Blockage of the PUJ can be present from birth. Obstruction can also result from a kidney stones lodged in the along the PUJ or from an injury. This abnormality can results in non functioning kidney.
THE MAIN TENDENCIES AND PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENT OF CORPORATE PLANNING AT THE INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES OF RUSSIA published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Aleksej Kobilev, Oksana Shurupova The modern economy of Russia demands creation the adequate business model at the enterprises of industrial branch. This model should provide adaptation of the enterprises to quickly changing environment. [5] For implementation of corporate planning at the industrial enterprise, there is an objective need of association of several analytical information systems of planning in uniform multilevel system for automation of process of planning, the account, control and the analysis of all main business processes of the enterprise, such as production, finance, supply, sale, storage, maintenance, interaction with contractors and another. Lack of quality indicators does impossible development and implementation of corporate plans. Therefore, it is necessary: to carry out collecting and the analysis of information on a condition of the local Russian markets and position of the separate industrial enterprises; to form databases on the basis of received information which will be in a free access for the enterprises of an industrial complex; to carry out the associative analysis of the market; to predict a state and situation development on different types of the markets, etc. The enterprises of an industrial complex, and in particular small, it need the help with studying of an environment of the existing markets by concrete types of production, with a choice of the priority markets, with an assessment of the competitive environment, with the analysis of potential opportunities of trade with the foreign countries, with obtaining information on a condition of the markets of these countries. [4] Besides, it is necessary to concentrate this information on certain industries to provide the enterprises with extensive information for implementation of planned activity, both in the Russian market, and on the world. [5]
Study of THD in Different CHB MLIs Controlled With Unipolar and Bipolar Carrier Based Modulation Techniques published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
Jeeri Naga Ramakrishna and T. Srinivasa Rao Multi-level inverters (MLIs) are gaining popularity due to their inherent advantages like better harmonic distortion, ability of producing higher magnitudes of AC voltages. As these converters uses many cascaded connection of many small units the switches used in devices are subjected to less voltage stresses. H-bridge based multilevel inverter can increase the number of output voltage levels by adding switch components and DC input voltage sources. If it employs seven switches and three DC sources, the number of output voltage levels becomes seven. Although its THD characteristics are improved, it needs output filter to meet general output voltage THD requirement, i.e., 5 % below. By adding PWM switching schemes to the operation of the prior H-bridge switches, it can synthesize more sinusoidal waveform. By this simple alteration in the switching scheme, it can improve the output voltage THD requirement. To verify the high performance of the proposed switching scheme, Unipolar, Bipolar, Third harmonic based Pulse width modulation schemes are considered for analysis and computer-aided simulations are conducted using MATLAB.
Simultaneous Spectrophotometric Methods for Estimation of Levocetirizine and Ambroxol in Pharmaceutical Dosage Form published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jyostna S.Patil*, Chandan R. Rane, Radhika D.Ingale Three methods for simultaneous estimation of Levocetirizine dihydrochloride (LEVC) and Ambroxol hydrochloride (AMB) in combined solid dosage forms have been developed. The methods employ the application of simultaneous equation, the absorbance ratio (Q-analysis) and Area under curve methods. All these methods utilize 0.1M HCl as a solvent. LEVC shows maximum absorbance at a wavelength of 231 nm and AMB at 245 nm, where the linearity ranges for LEVC and AMB were 3-30 ?g/ ml and 5-50 ?g/ ml, respectively. Determination of ratio of absorbance at 245nm, the maximum absorption of AMB and isobestic wavelength 239 nm, the linearity ranges for LEVC and AMB were 5- 50 ?g / ml and 5- 50 ?g / ml, respectively. The third method depends on the application of area under the curve at selected wavelength range, 228-234 nm and 242-248 nm for LEVC and AMB, respectively. The linearity ranges for LEVC and AMB were 3-30 ?g/ ml and 5-50 ?g/ ml .The procedures were successfully applied for the simultaneous determination of both the drugs in laboratory prepared mixtures and in commercial capsule preparation. The accuracy of the methods was assessed by recovery studies and was found to be 99.64% 0.00522 and 99.25% 0.02006 for the simultaneous equation method, 99.38% 0.00363 and 99.28% 0.01886 for the graphical absorbance ratio method and 99.61% 0.06262 and 99.81% 0.01191 for the area under curve method, for LEVC and AMB respectively.
Perception of teachers towards the social studies curriculum in public primary schools in Kakamega Municipality, Kakamega County, Kenya published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Rotich Joan Chelangat and Dr. Alice M. Yungungu The Social Studies Curriculum helps learners to make informed and reasoned decisions for the public good as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society in an independent world. The purpose of this study was to investigate the perception of teachers towards the Social Studies Curriculum in Public Primary Schools in Kakamega Municipality in Kakamega County, Kenya. To achieve this purpose, five objectives were addressed and these are; to find out the perception of teachers towards the teaching methods in Social Studies curriculum, to find out the attitudes of teachers towards the scope of Social Studies Curriculum, the availability and use of teaching and learning resources, the time allocation for teaching of Social Studies and the evaluation techniques used in Social Studies curriculum in Kakamega Municipality, Kakamega County. The study was guided by the theory of perception by Burns (1982). The theory explains how an individual put personal meanings to a psychological environment. The research design was descriptive survey. Stratified sampling and simple sampling method were used to obtain the study sample. The research method that was adopted was mixed method approach. The target population was all the teachers teaching Social Studies Curriculum and head teachers in Kakamega Public Primary Schools in Kakamega Municipality. The data collection instruments were questionnaires for teachers and interview schedules for head teachers. Piloting was done in two schools in Vihiga District to help the researcher in identifying any deficiencies in the data collection instruments. Validity of data collection instruments was ascertained by use of research experts at the department of curriculum, instruction and educational media at Moi University. The test-retest method was employed to ascertain reliability of data collection instruments. The data was analyzed using descriptive statistics such as percentage and frequencies with the help of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) Computer Programme. The study established that teachers of Social Studies in public primary schools in Kakamega municipality use more than one teaching method. The perception of teachers towards the Social Studies Curriculum was that they prefer using more than one teaching method and that most of the teachers had positive perception. It was also found that the scope of Social Studies curriculum was wide. Further the study found that teaching and learning resources in public primary schools in Kakamega municipality were few and that some schools with a few resources did not put them into use. The findings indicated that teachers are not comfortable with the time allocated to the Social Studies curriculum for they found it inadequate in covering the content. Most of the teachers use question and answer method, continuous assessment and diagnostic evaluation in assessing learners retention. A rising from the study, the study recommend that teachers should attend in-service education courses on the appropriate teaching methods to be used, teachers should take part in Social Studies Curriculum planning, they should be updated on the new approaches, be involved in time allocation for various taught subjects, curriculum planners should either reduce the content or increase the time allocation and teachers be consulted in Social Studies curriculum evaluation. The findings are useful to policy makers, curriculum developers and curriculum implementers for improvement of the perception of teachers towards the Social Studies curriculum. The study revealed other areas that might require further studies. Keywords: Perception, Social studies, Curriculum, Education, Teachers.
Solid-State Fermentation and Characterization of Amylase from a Thermophilic Aspergillus niger Isolated from Municipal Compost Soil published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Swati Kumari, Sourav Bhattacharya* and Arijit Das Screening of the six compost fungi for their ability to produce amylase using solid-state fermentation (SSF) revealed that Aspergillus niger was the best amylase producer. Among the several agronomic wastes, the highest yield of amylase from A. niger was obtained with rice bran. Soluble starch and peptone (1% w/w) when used as carbon and nitrogen supplements, respectively, enhanced the enzyme production. The optimum pH, temperature and incubation period for amylase production by the isolate were found to be 6.0, 30C and 120 h, respectively. The apparent molecular weight of the enzyme following sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis was found to be 55 kDa. The partially purified enzyme was optimally active at 70C and pH 5.0 and 9.0. The results obtained in the present study suggest that the A. niger isolated from the compost pile may act as a potent source for the industrial production of amylase. The enzyme being stable at elevated temperatures and under both acidic and alkaline pH can meet the requirements of food, beverage and detergent industries where often extremes of pH and temperatures are involved.
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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EVALUATION OF ANTI-DIABETIC ACTIVITY OF 2, 4, 6-TRIHYDROXY PHENYL PROPIONATE ISOLATED FROM TRIUMFETTA ROTUNDIFOLIA (LAM). IN STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED ON WISTAR RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
R. Sanilkumar* and A.Kottai Muthu The anti-diabetic activity of 2, 4, 6 - Trihydroxy phenyl propionate isolated from Triumfetta rotundifolia (Lam.) in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats was investigated in the present study. Streptozotocin was used to induce diabetes mellitus. The anti-diabetic potential was assessed by determining oral glucose tolerance, fasting blood glucose, urine glucose, liver glycogen content, serum lipid profile, change in body weight and histopathology studies. 2, 4, 6-Trihydroxy phenyl propionate isolated from Triumfetta rotundifolia was administered to normal and experimental diabetic rats for 15 days. Significant (p<0.001) reduction in fasting blood glucose levels was observed in the 2, 4, 6-Trihydroxy phenyl propionate is treated diabetic animals from day 7 onwards. In oral glucose tolerance test, reduction in fasting blood glucose a level was noted after 60 min of extract administration. After 15 days of treatment with extracts the maximum reduction in fasting blood glucose (53.87%) was observed in diabetic rats treated with 2, 4, 6-Trihydroxy phenyl propionate isolated from Triumfetta rotundifolia (50mg/kg/body wt). Serum lipid levels reversed towards near normal and the loss of body weight was controlled in treated rats as compared to diabetic control. The extract treatment also showed a significant increase in the liver glycogen content and gradual decrease in level of urine sugar level of sugar level. Microscopically examined pancreas section of rats treated with 50mg/kg isolated compound showed normal architecture of pancreas. The results demonstrate that whole plant of 2, 4, 6-Trihydroxy phenyl propionate isolated from Triumfetta rotundifolia possesses significant anti-diabetic activity.
HUMAN CAPITAL A PART OF SOCIAL CAPITAL published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Inna Fedoryshina The article considers the content and the structure of human capital. The term human capital is viewed as peoples abilities to participate in the production process in order to make use of their potential skills. A particular attention is paid to the meaning of social capital and its role in the formation of human capital. It is proven that there is not much research on the connection between human and social capital. Human development index in Ukraine and 20 leading counties of the global ranking is examined. Based on statistical indicators, the influence of deficiency in family social capital on the education process is defined. The scheme of distinction between human and social capital is introduced as well as connections between them in a realization form of social capital.
Estimation of the attributes embedded with the economy of mango enterprise at Malda district of West Bangal, India published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
J.K. DAS, 1K. PRADHAN, G. MAZUMDER AND 2R. GHOSAL Departtment of Agricultural Extension, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Nadia, West Bengal 1Departtment of Agricultural Extension, Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Coochbehar, West Bengal 2 Department of Agricultural Extension, Economics, Statistics, Palli Siksha Bhavan, Viswa Bharti, West Bengal In the era of globalisation, there is a need to concentrate upon the value added product from the available resources to go with the global market with the help of supply chain management system for the upliftment of the livelihood status of the ultimate stakeholders. The present study was conducted to estimate the socio-economic attributes of the mango growers embedded with the economy of the mango enterprise at the Malda district of West Bengal, India. This study was conducted using multistage sampling with purposively selected villages Dhantola, Kalyanpur, Arapur, Govindapur and Ganipur in the English Bazar block of Malda district. The dependent and the independent variables were operationalised and measured with the help of structured interview schedule. For analyzing and interpretation of the data statistical tools like co-efficient of correlation, regression and path analysis were used. The study revealed that the age, secondary occupation, education, size of orchard, age of orchard, family composition, experience of growers, percentage of variety grown, return from orchard, primary income and secondary income found to be associated with the total income, total expenditure and total savings of the family and the fourteen predictor variables had contributed to explain total family income 57 percent, total yearly expenditure 49 percent and yearly savings 83 percent variations embedded with the predicted variables.
The Effects of Welding Processes on Microstructure and Abrasive Wear Resistance for Hardfacing Deposits published in

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K.M. KenchiReddy and C.T. Jayadeva In this study, two different electrodes were used to examine the effect of microstructure and wear resistance for hardfacing deposits. Electrode-1 has less wear as compared to electrode-2 as the percentage of chromium, carbon and silicon is more in electrode-I. The factors such as, arc current, arc voltage, welding speed, electrode stick-out and preheat temperature predominantly influence the weld quality. The abrasion tests were conducted on a dry sand?rubber wheel abrasion machine as per ASTM G65 standard. Results revealed that as hardness increases, the loss of wear decreases. The wear surface results were analyzed by scanning electron microscopy results which indicates that the best abrasion resistance is obtained in microstructures composed of chromium carbide alloy.
THE EFFECT OF ROUND HOUSE STRATEGY ON ACADEMIC EDUCATION SUCCESS AND TIME MANAGEMENT FOR THE STUDENTS OF THE SCIENTIFIC FIFTH GRADE IN PHYSICS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Jalal Shenta Jubar Al Buty* The goal of study is to detect the effect of round house strategy in education success and time management for the students of the scientific fifth grade in physics. By testing the following two zero hypothesis. 1- There are no statistically significant differences at the level of significance of (o.05) between the average scores for the students of the experimental group and the average scores for the students of the control group in the education success test. 2- There are no statistically significant differences at the level of significance of (o.05) between the average scores for the students of the experimental group and the average scores for the students of the control group in the time management test. The experiment was implemented on students of scientific fifth grade in BADR ALRIYAHY secondary school for boys in annassiriyah city, the research sample was consist of (125) students who irregularly divided into experimental group (35) students and control group (36) students, both groups were equivalent in age, intelligence and the achievements in physics for the previous year at scientific fourth grade. The researcher prepared the accessories of experiment to verify the research hypothesis. A deductive test has been made to verify the result by displaying it to a bunch of experts, the reliability, difficulty factor and distinguishing power were counted. The experimental group had studied by the round house strategy and the control group had studied by the classic methods for one season and when the data was analyzed by (t-test) the results showed statistically significant differences for the experimental group in the education and time management. According to the results, the researcher will recommend to take care of the round house strategy and using it in teaching physics at preparatory stage.
AN OVERVIEW OF THE COMPUTER AIDED DRUG DESIGNING published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shainda Laeeq*1, Anup K. Sirbaiya1, Hefazat H. Siddiqui2, Syed Mehdi Hasan Zaidi1 This article is an overview on the computer aided drug designing, which can predict experimental results with reasonable accuracy and reduced time, cost and equipment. It identifies the new compound or optimize the lead compound that show significant inhibitory activity against a biological receptor. It provides specicifity of drug on the target whether it is ligand based or structure based screening. Computational molecular modeling methods attempt to predict these interactions and thus the binding affinities and conformation of protein-ligand complexes. Introduction to computer-aided drug design (CADD): In recent years, the field of computer-aided drug design (CADD) has grown rapidly, enhancing our understanding of complex biological processes and protein-ligand interactions. CADD can predict experimental results with reasonable accuracy and reduced time, cost and equipment. CADD continuously enhances the progress of drug discovery and refinement of therapeutic agents with many successful examples. Computational drug design has been widely used in the pharmaceutical industry to either identify new compounds or optimise lead compounds that show significant inhibitory activity against a target biological receptor. A small number of examples of these uses are included in Table 1. It is known that chemicals can bind to biological receptors and produce a specific therapeutic response. Drug design is often targeted against receptor molecules which are proteins. The ability of a ligand to bind to a specific protein is related to molecular structure, orientation and conformation. During the binding process, there are enthalpy and entropy changes in the protein-ligand system, associated with alteration of both intra- and inter-molecular structures of protein and ligand.These conformational changes allow the ligand to bind to the protein active site in a more stable manner. In general, protein-ligand interactions of pharmaceutical interest principally involve non-covalent interactions, including hydrogen bonds, ionic interactions, hydrophobic interactions, ? - ? interactions and cation-? interactions. Computational molecular modeling methods attempt to predict these interactions and thus the binding affinities and conformation of protein-ligand complexes.
SPECTRAL CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF NEWLY SYNTHESIZED IMIDAZOLE DERIVATIVE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Maruthamuthu, Rajakumar, Shameela Rajam, B.R. Venkatraman Christina Ruby, Stella, Bharathi Dileepan and Ranjith Some novel imidazole were synthesized and evaluated for antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic activity. The reaction of benzoicacid compounds with ammonium thiocyanate and bromine in glacial acetic acid yield 4-thiocyanatobenzoicacid.The title compounds were synthesized by treating 4-thiocyanatobenzoicacid with ethylene diamine and carbon-di-sulphide. Their structures were confirmed by IR, 1H-NMR and 13C-NMR. Antimicrobial activity against bacteria and fungi, anti-inflammatory activity and analgesic activity were studied for the synthesized compounds. Docking study was done and the compounds IM1 and IM2 were found to fit well with the target protein COX-1.
PERCEIVED CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STYLES OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS AND STRESS LEVEL IT CAUSED ON TEACHERS: GAZ?ANTEP ?AH?NBEY COUNTY SAMPLE published in

Journal of International Multidisciplinary Academic Researches

Published by Tu?ba Hekim
Kerim YILDIZ The aim of this study was to find out the effects of conflict management styles used by primary school administrators on stress levels of teachers. Participants of the study were 470 primary school teachers, 228 of whom were female and 242 male, working in ahinbey County of Gaziantep province. Data were collected through Rahim Organizational Conflict Inventory II - ROCI II, and they were analyzed by using SPSS 15.0 package program for Windows. Results of the study revealed that school principals used integration, appeasement, avoidance and negotiation styles at moderate level according to the perceptions of teachers. As for ruling styles, they used it at below-moderate level. Integration style used by principals was observed to cause more stress on teachers compared to other styles. Perceptions of female teachers on the usage of appeasement and negotiation styles were found to be statistically lower than male teachers (p<0,05). However, conflict management styles that were used by principals did not reveal any statistically significant difference in terms of gender (P>0.05). In addition, perceived conflict management styles and stress level stemmed from conflict management styles did not reveal any significant difference in terms of age groups and education level of teachers (p>0.05). The correlation analysis between used conflict management and the stress level it caused on teachers showed that there was a significant relationship between used conflict management and stress level it caused on teachers. It can be derived from those findings that ruling style used by administrators in conflict management increased stress level of teachers at a statistically significant degree (p>0.05), as to the other conflict management styles, they decreased stress level of teachers. Key Words: Conflict, Conflict management, stress
Studies on Molecular Distillation Disposal of Petrochemical Hazardous Wastes published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Zhong Jun Fu, Feng Song, Run Sun and Hong Wang n this paper, heavy residual oil and distillation residues of hazardous wastes are researched with molecular distillation separation reduction technology. The separation experiments were conducted at the condition of pressure of 15 Pa and the temperature of 260C. Under the conditions, more than 20% heavy fractions can be recycled which can be the catalytic cracking raw material sources. The properties of residual oil, such as viscosity, density, carbon residue, sulphur content and other technical indicators are also analysed. There are very practical significance of molecular distillation technology in the recovery of high boiling point organic waste.
MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF GENETIC MECHANISMS OF CANCER published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Mahruy Saidalieva; Mohiniso Bahromovna Hidirova In this paper we consider the questions on the quantitative analysis of genetic mechanisms of cancer. The equations of mathematical model quantitatively describe functioning of regulatory mechanisms of the genetic program of autonomous development in early embryogenesis and at its abnormal activation in somatic cells. The results of the quantitative analysis of model behavior show that there is carcinogenesis possibility under disturbances in the genetic program of autonomous development and it may be used for creation of systems for early diagnostics, treatment and preventive maintenance of cancer.
Comparison of Estimators of Gumbel Distribution for Modelling Wind Speed Data published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

Published by BONFRING
N. Vivekanandan and Dr. S.K. Roy Estimation of extreme wind speed potential at a region is of importance while designing tall structures such as cooling towers, stacks, transmission line towers, etc. Assessment of wind speed in a region can expediently be carried out by probabilistic modelling of historic wind speed data using an appropriate extreme value distribution. This paper illustrates the use of five parameter estimation methods of Gumbel distribution for modelling Hourly Maximum Wind Speed (HMWS) data recorded at Delhi and Visakhapatnam regions. Goodness-of-Fit (GoF) tests involving Anderson-Darling and Kolmogorov-Smirnov are used for checking the adequacy of fitting of the method to the recorded data. Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) is used for selection of a suitable method for determination of estimators of Gumbel distribution for modelling HMWS data. The results of GoF tests and RMSE shows that order statistics approach is better suited for estimation of design wind speed for the regions under study.
Mathematical Modeling for the Design of Greenbelts for Air Pollution Control: An Engineering Perspective published in

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Tasneem Abbasi, S.M. Tauseef, F.I. Khan, and S.A. Abbasi If trees and smaller plants are viewed as if they are pollution control devices in the hands of environmental engineers, they can be perceived as biopumps, particulate traps, reactive absorbers of pollutants, and cooling towers. But whereas the usual engineering devices do not make a pretty sight and can?t launch a thousand poems, trees and other vegetation can. Nor can the usual pollution control devices attract birds and other colourful fauna as trees do. From the environmental engineer?s perspective, the species of trees and shrubs can be scientifically chosen and planted in a pattern around a source of air pollutant, and in a manner so as to effectively reduce the pollution caused by that source. The entire system can be optimized to ensure maximum pollutant removal of target pollutants at minimum utilization of land and other costs. In this paper the work of this group on the design of greenbelts based on mathematical modeling has been summarized in the context of the global stat-of-the-art.
Best Practices in Voluntary Organisations published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prashant Chaudhry Under the Eight-five-year plan, India has adopted a policy of economic liberalization, which opens up the doors for Business Organisations to contribute in social and welfare activities. Such participation has been channeled by the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility. Now, many corporate houses are providing funds to voluntary Organisations working in the areas of health, education, empowerment, governance, disability etc. The large inflow of funds from the business Organisations has brought significant changes in the role and nature of voluntary Organisations. The present paper is an attempt to qualitative analysis of Best Practices adopted by the voluntary organizations at all levels of their functioning. These changes have created voluntary sector more efficient for the advancement of various services towards nation building.
A COMPARISON OF CONFIRMATORY METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF ANTIBIOTIC: NITROFURAN METABOLITES (AMOZ, AOZ, AHD and SEM) IN FISH AND SHRIMP MATRIX AMONG SOME LC-MS/MS SYSTEMS (HPLC-QUATTRO MICRO API, UPLC-QUATTRO PREMIER XE AND UPLC-TQD) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Ashraful Alam1*, Akter Mst Yeasmin2, Talukdar Muhammad Waliullah2, Saleh Ahmed1 and Md. Manik Mia1 Confirmatory methods for determination of banned antibiotic: nitrofuran metabolites (AMOZ, AOZ AHD and SEM) were developed in HPLC-MS/MS (Quattro micro), AQUITY UPLCTQD and AQUITY UPLC-Quattro Premier XE at the same time. The method were validated in Bagda shrimp (Penaeus monodon) and Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fish. The liquid chromatographic separations were done with gradient elution by using XTerra MS C18, 3.5?m, 2.1x150mm column in case of HPLC system whereas AQUITY UPLC BEH C18, 2.1x50mm, 1.7?m, Column in UPLC systems) same mobile phase 5mM ammonium acetate in water and methanol and same extraction protocol. Mass spectral acquisition was done using electrospray ionization in the positive ion mode applying MRM of two diagnostic transition reactions for AMOZ, AOZ AHD, SEM and AMOZ_D5 in derivatized condition. Shrimp and fish samples were extracted with ethylacetate and evaporated to dryness and finally reconstituted with 50% methanol. The method validation was carried out according to the criteria of Commission decision 2002/657/EC. The calibration curve showed a good linearity in the concentration range from 0.25 to 5.0 ng/g with the correlation coefficient of >0.997 in all cases. The decision limit (CC?) was in the range of 0.12-0.23ng/g whereas detection capability (CC?) was in the range of 0.21-0.38 ng/g respectively. The precision of the method, expressed as recovery values for the within laboratory reproducibility at the three levels of fortification (0.5, 1.00, 1.5 2.0) ng/g were less than 15%. The mean recoveries were in the range of 92113%.
Prevalence of Endemic Fluorosis and Enamel Hypoplasia In The South Canara Population published in

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Dr. Ankita Wali, Prof.(Dr) Mithra N. Hegde High fluoride concentration in groundwater is a major public health problem in India; resulting in endemic fluorosis. This study was carried out to measure and compare the prevalence of Dental Fluorosis and Enamel Hypoplasia in the South Canara population. A cross-sectional study was carried out in the South Canara polulation where both urban as well as rural population was studied. A total of 2000 individuals were made a part of the study. Detailed history of each individual was recorded. The prevalence of Dental Fluorosis and Enamel Hypoplasia was more in males of the age group 14-27 years. The risk of Dental fluorosis was higher in areas that showed more fluoride content in the drinking water. However longitudinal studies should be conducted to confirm the findings.
CLINICAL DISTRIBUTION OF BIOFILM FORMING STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS AND ITS SENSITIVITY AGAINST SOME ANTIBIOTICS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Poonam Verma* and Sunita Singh Staphylococcus aureus is one of the most versatile nosocomial (i.e. acquired in hospital) and dangerous human pathogen. In spite of the introduction of antimicrobial agents and improvements in the frequency and morbidity of staphylococcal diseases in the twentieth century, staphylococci have persisted as an important hospital and community pathogen. Thereafter, methicillin-resistant S. aureus emerged as a major pathogen worldwide. A total of 38 positive clinical isolates from various clinical samples received from different hospitals of Dehradun included from March 2014 to August 2014. 38 samples had bacterial growth, among these isolates 17(44.7%) were Staphylococcus aureus. The present study was designed to investigate antibiotic susceptibility pattern and the role of biofilm in isolates of various clinical samples (Urine, Blood, Semen and Pus), by examining the ability of isolates to form biofilm and produce signaling molecules and by developing a wound model, to relate laboratory findings with in vivo activity by exploring the possibility of detecting biofilm markers in dressings removed from chronic infections. The presence of biofilm was confirmed by specialized microscopy techniques or by detecting biofilm markers. Various antibiotics had a greater effect on viability when used at higher antibiotic concentrations (?100 mg/L) and on younger (6h) biofilms. The antibiotics used for antibiotic susceptibility testing were Ofloxacin, Erythromycin, Amoxicillin, and Ciprofloxacin.
Developments in Conventional Machining of Aluminium Matrix Composite Material: A Review published in

International Journal of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology

Published by Azad University Majlesi Branch
V. K. Saini*, Z. A. Khan, A. N. Siddiquee Aluminium matrix composites (AMCs) materials are continuously displacing traditional engineering materials because of their advantages of high stiffness and strength over homogeneous material formulations. Properties of AMCs can be tailored to the demands of different industrial applications by suitable combinations of matrix, reinforcement and processing route. Presently, several grades of AMCs are manufactured by different methods. The hard ceramic component that increases the mechanical characteristics of AMCs causes quick tool wear and premature tool failure in the machining operations. Therefore, the solution of the machining problems is one of the prerequisites for a widespread industrial application of AMCs. This paper provides a review of various research activities and various developments in the field of conventional machining of AMCs. Researchers have explored a number of ways to improve machining efficiency by traditional methods. This paper presents an overview of AMC material that reveals the role of the reinforcement particles on the machinability of AMCs and provides a valuable guide for a better control of their machining processes.

Review Paper on Experimental Study on the use of Modified Bitumen using E Waste as a Partial Replacement of Aggregate

published in

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Manjay Kumar Singh | Pratiksha Malviya

On the greater part of streets, ordinary bitumen performs agreeably. In any case, high activity power, expanding hub load and day by day and regular varieties in temperature of the asphalt prompt an early improvement of misery side effects like raveling, rutting, undulations, breaking, dying, and potholing of bituminous surfaces. Subsequently the heap bearing limits of the street is to be expanded. Adaptable asphalts bitumen streets involve the significant segment of all surfaced streets. In India, it is evaluated that more than 33 need kilometers of street exists and out of which of which around half is surfaced. Street transport has obtained prevailing position among the different methods of transportation framework because of its adaptability, way to entryway administration, unwavering quality and speed. In India, street transport conveys near 90 of traveler movement and 70 of cargo transport. In India, dominant part of the asphalts is bituminous since they expend lesser beginning cost when contrasted and inflexible asphalts i.e. bond solid asphalts. Examinations in India and nations abroad have uncovered that properties of bitumen and bituminous blends can be enhanced to meet prerequisites of asphalt with the consolidation of specific added substances or mix of added substances. These added substances are called Bitumen Modifiers and the bitumen premixed with these modifiers is known as altered bitumen. Adjusted bitumen is relied upon to give higher existence of surfacing up to 100 contingent on level of alteration and sort of added substances and change process utilized. Distinctive sorts of modifiers utilized are Polymers, Normal Elastic and Morsel Elastic.
 
Manjay Kumar Singh | Pratiksha Malviya "Review Paper on Experimental Study on the use of Modified Bitumen using E-Waste as a Partial Replacement of Aggregate"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22864.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/22864/review-paper-on-experimental-study-on-the-use-of-modified-bitumen-using-e-waste-as-a-partial-replacement-of-aggregate/manjay-kumar-singh
ANTIOXIDANT EFFECT OF A HERBAL FORMULATION IN PARACETAMOL INDUCED TOXICITY IN ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Yuvarani S1, Radhika J*2, Jothi G2, Sangeetha.D1 Oxidative damage is implicated in the pathogenesis of a number of diseases. There are positive links between accumulated free radicals and drug induced toxicity. The interest in screening the antioxidant potential of plant-derived compounds to reduce the risk of diseases is increasing globally. The present study was designed to analyse the antioxidant potential of a herbal formulation comprising of Atrocarpus heterophyllus Lam (leaves), Curcuma amada Roxb (Root) and Piper longum Linn (fruits) in paracetamol induced toxicity. Wistar strains of Albino rats were used as the experimental models. The rats were divided into six groups comprising of six rats each. Group I served as a normal control. Group II was induced with paracetamol at a dose of 2g/kg bw as a single dose. Group III was induced with paracetamol and orally administered the formulation at a dose of 100mg/kg bw for 15 days. Group IV was induced with paracetamol and orally administerd the formulation at a dose of 200mg/kg bw for 15 days. Group V was induced with paracetamol and administered Liv 52 at a dose of 3ml/kgbw/day for 15 days. Group VI received the formulation alone at a dose of 200/kg bw for 15 days. The effects of the plant extract on lipid peroxidation (LPO), enzymatic antioxidant Superoxide dismutase (SOD), Non enzymatic antioxidant Reduced glutathione (GSH) and protein (tissue and serum) were analysed. The disease control group showed a marked elevation in the LPO levels and a decrease in the protein levels and antioxidant status, which was reversed to near normal in the plant and Liv 52 treated groups. The present study suggests the antioxidant potential of the herbal formulation.
THE RANGE OF NURSERIES OF BLOCKS FOR ORTHOPEDIC FOOTWEAR published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Viktorovna Klyueva; Olga Evgenevna Shelomentseva; Natalia Viacheslavovna Savina In article division of orthopedic footwear depending on degree of expressiveness of deformation of foot is considered. For design of childrens orthopedic footwear different types of blocks are in detail considered, their short characteristic is described, features of blocks considering anthopometrical features of a structure of foot are given. The full scheme displaying elements for transformation of an internal form of childrens blocks is provided.
Optimization the Logistic Chain by Using Simulation Program Extend published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Peter Trebu?a, Miriam Pekar?kov, Jaromr Markovi? The article is drafted on the basis of knowledge of modelling and simulation in the logistics chain. The aim of the study was to analyze the simulation capabilities of the logistics chain enterprise with subsequent application to a particular problem. The main benefit of simulation techniques in designing of logistics systems is to limit the risk by the creation, operation and making changes to these systems. Using simulation methods for the analysis and optimization of production, service and logistics systems should be in the near future commonplace.
Rationale and Design of the Access Specification Language RASP published in

International Journal of Cyber-Security and Digital Forensics (IJCSDF)

Published by The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC)
Mark Evered In this paper we describe the formal specification language RASP for expressing fine-grained access control constraints in information systems. The design of the language is motivated by a number of IS case studies which demonstrate the complexity of the access constraints which arise if minimal (need-to-know) access is to be strictly enforced. RASP supports modularity, parameterization, role acquisition, constraint expressions and a symmetrical approach to role transitions and attribute transitions. No existing access control specification language supports all of these complex, realistic requirements.
Foreign Pilgrims To Bodhgaya: Historical Perspective published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. Aprajita Krishna*, Shrinkhala**, Shama Parween***& Dr. Surabhi Prasad**** Bodhgaya is the most holy place for the followers of the Buddhist faith all over the world, the other three being kushinagar, Lumbini and Sarnath. Situated on the bank of river Neranjana the place was then known as Uruvela. There are four famous pilgrimage sites for Buddhists namely: Lumbini, where he was born; Bodhgaya, where he attained Supreme Enlightenment; Deer Park in Sarnath, where he preached the First Sermon; and Kusinara, where he passed into Mahaparinibbana
Development of a risk assessment scale for diabetes published in

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RENU PALIWAL AND AARTI SANKHALA Health of all is an enduring vision that recognizes the oneness of humanity and, therefore, there is a need to promote health universally. In view of alarming increase in the prevalence of non-communicable diseases and their high therapeutic cost it was thought necessary that the vast pool of existing knowledge be made available to the ultimate beneficiaries. In phase I, risk assessment tool for diabetes was formulated. For the development of tool information was gathered from two equally important sources viz., actual survey of 100 diabetic patients and extensive scanning of the available literature. On the basis of results obtained through reviews and survey, the risk factors causative to the occurrence of the disease were identified, enlisted and each component of the tool were scored uniformly. The maximum attainable score (64) was then categorized into three categories (Low, Medium and High risk). The components which were featured in the risk assessment tools were age, sex, anthropometric measurements, family history, health habits and dietary pattern. The risk assessment tool so developed was then judged for its reliability and validity. In phase II, the reliability of the tool was tested. For testing reliability, the recent biochemical reports of the patients were matched with that of risk scores obtained by administering the developed risk assessment on 10 subjects and it was found that the two matched perfectly with each other which justify the reliability of the tools.
Improving HN Fuse Link Process & Product Quality using Six Sigma Methodology published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Dr. Rajendra Takale and Swapnil Dere This paper deals with manufacturing of five different types of fuses namely HN-000, HN-0, HN-1, HN-2, HN-3. Company had found that rejection of fuses of all types was more than 7%. This research paper is based on implementing Six Sigma methodologies at one of the suppliers of company to improve the process of manufacturing HN Fuse link. This paper also discusses the additional benefits achieved post implementation of Six sigma methodology like minimizing lead time, defects, rejections to name a few. Overall improvement in quality and raised the sigma level from 4.31 to 4.56.
FORMULATION AND IN-VITRO EVALUATION OF PROCHLORPERAZINE BUCCAL TABLETS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ch. Srikanth*1, N. Srinivas1, The present investigation is concerned with formulation and evaluation of buccal tablets containing antiemetic drug, Prochlorperazine to circumvent the first pass effect and to improve its bioavailability with reduction in dosing frequency and dose related side effects. The tablets were prepared by direct compression method and wet granulation method using different polymers like Carbopol 934 P, HPMC K4M, Sodium alginate, Xanthan gum and PVP K-30 in different concentrations. Tablets were evaluated by different parameters such as thickness, hardness, weight uniformity, content uniformity, swelling index, surface pH, bioadhesive strength and in-vitro drug dissolution study. FTIR studies showed no evidence on interactions between drug, polymers and excipients. The significant differences in the results were observed, which dependent on characteristics and composition of bioadhesive materials used. The in-vitro release of Prochlorperazine was performed under sink conditions (Phosphate buffer pH 6.8, 370.5C, rpm 70) using USP-XXIV dissolution apparatus type II. The best in-vitro drug release profile was achieved with the formulation F10 which contains the drug, HPMC E15 and HPMC K4M. The formulation F10, containing 3 mg of Prochlorperazine exhibited 8hr sustained drug release i.e., 98.5% with desired therapeutic concentration. The in vitro release kinetics studies reveal that all formulations fit well with zero order kinetics followed by Korsmeyer Peppas, first order and then Higuchis model and the mechanism of drug release is non-Fickian diffusion. Drug diffusion from buccal tablets showed apparently zero order kinetics and release mechanism was diffusion controlled after considerable swelling.
A Study on Monthly Variations in Distribution and Diversity of Cladocera Population in Godavari River Water published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Kolhe B. G., Shinde S. M. The current study deals with the monthly variations in the distribution and diversity of Cladocera population in Godavari river water from four different sampling sites (SS) during May 2009 to April 2010. Total six species of Cladocera belonged to six different families and genera were observed during study period. Highest Cladocera populations were recorded in July at sampling site 1.
AN ETHNOMEDICAL, PHARMACOLOGICAL AND PHYTOCHEMICAL REVIEW OF AMMANNIA BACCIFERA L. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vasudevan Poornima, Manoharan Sharanya and Muthusamy Jeyam* Ammannia baccifera L. is commonly used in traditional medicine in India and China to raise blisters in rheumatism and in the treatment of scabies, ringworm , parasitic skin infections, common cold, typhoid, strangury, spinal disease, gastroenteropathy and aphrodisiac. The present review covers all the available information on Ammannia baccifera from scientific journals, books, thesis, reports and conference proceedings via academic libraries and electronic search databases accepted worldwide (Pubmed, Pubmed central, Tropicos, Google scholar, Scopus, Internet archive and Thieme). These sources were scrutinized and evaluated about its botany, traditional uses, biological aspects, chemical constituents and pharmacological relevance. The in vivo studies of extracts from Ammannia baccifera showed antitumor, antiinflammatory, antiarthritic, antianalgesic, antipyretic, antidiuretic, and wound healing pharmacological activities which can be attributed to the presence of flavonoids, tannins, polyphenols, triterpenes and sterols. The plant was evaluated and validated for the traditional medicinal activity against microorganisms and antimalarial properties using in vitro studies. Tetrolane derivatives were found to have antitubercular activity and high toxicity against brine shrimp.
APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN STUDYING OF CRAFTS HERITAGE OF GANJA OF THE XIX - FIRST HALF OF XX CENTURIES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov On the basis of new methods and innovative technologies have been researched the main features of the main national craftsmanship kinds. Also in scientific article basic typical craftsmanship branches of Ganja were investigated for the first time from the ethnographic-anthropological point of view.
Survey on Distributed Accountability for Data Sharing in the Cloud? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.S.Khadke, Prof. Umesh.B.Chavan Cloud computing makes highly scalable services to be used over Internet on as per need basis. In cloud the user data is processed remotely on unknown machines. Cloud computing has some risks for both the customer and the cloud provider. Usually cloud computing services are offered by a third party provider who owns the infrastructure. It moves the application software (services) and databases (financial, health) to the data centers of CSP, where the controller of the data and services may not be fully trustworthy which have not been well understood. This paper presents a review on new way to supplement the current consumption and delivery model for IT services based on the Internet, by providing for dynamically scalable framework and often virtualized resources as a service over the Internet. In cloud whenever a problem occurs it is hard to know mistake is from user or cloud service provider. In this technology user fears of loss of his own personal data. How to provide appropriate privacy protection for cloud computing is important. To solve this problem we propose data accountability approach to keep track of usage of users data in the cloud. We create JAR programmable files to ensure users data authentication and automated log in JARs.
A Research Paper on Trends and Dynamics of Organizational Development Interventions and its Relationship With Training published in

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Dr. Sna Farooqi In this research paper focus in on training as an OD interventions which are now and then being practically used in various companies both in India and abroad. This research paper starts with an overview of Organizational development which says Organization development offers a prescription for improving the fit between the individuals and the organization, between the organization and the environment, and among the organizational components such as strategy, structure and process. It also states that in OD, there is a reciprocal influence between culture, strategy, structure and processes; each is important and each influences the other. In this research paper history of OD is also discussed which includes second generation OD efforts. Through this research paper we also get clarity on what can be various objectives of organizational development programme before a beginning is made. It concludes with some of the experiences of Indian Organizations with Various O.D. Interventions.
Handheld Touch Screen Super Scope Device for Engineering Students published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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S.P. Gayathri1, M.Anitha2, G.Aadhithyan3 Assistant Professor, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu1. UG Student, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu2. UG Student, Department of EIE, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu3. Practical Sessions are the backbone of qualification in engineering education. It leads to better understanding and allows mastering scientific concepts and theories. The lack of availability of practical sessions at many universities and institutions owing to the cost and the unavailability of skilled instructors, the most of the time caused decline in experimentation in engineering education over the last decades. Even though the revolution of remote laboratories and touchscreen based smartphone, most of engineering colleges in India continue the tradition of introducing the students to a decade old instruments. The objective is to design and develop a portable device called Super Scope which is ALLIN- ONE electronics laboratory equipment that has multiple functionalities needed by a modern day engineering students for their practical experiments in electronics laboratory that would replace the existing superfluity of instruments. The device is completely operated from touch screen using touch buttons and menus

Application of potassium foliar fertilizers in peach production and quality

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Revista Agraria Academica / Agrarian Academic Journal

Published by Jailson Honorato

Igor Bertolini, Marco Aurélio de Freitas Fogaça, Lucas Dal Magro

The objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of two potassium products applied via leaf on the production and quality of fruits of the Marli variety cultivated in Nova Pádua, Serra Gaúcha. The treatments used were: T1 (control, spray with water), T2 (spray with Ubyfol K 50 + S) and T3 (spray with Amino Quelant - K). Regarding the results, the potassic leaf fertilizations did not significantly influence the analyzed parameters, such as soluble solids, acidity, color, pulp firmness, productivity, fruit size and mass. However, a negative effect on the number of fruits per plant was obtained.

Womenentrepreneurship:findingvoiceand Vision published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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CH. NAGA BHUSHANAM, CH.SUHASINI This paper is a centripetalanalysis of roleofIndianwomenintherealmof entrepreneurship encompassingvariousaspectswhirlingaroundcontributions aswellaslimitingroadblocksencounteredby womenentrepreneursinoursociety.Thearticlehelpstounderstandhowwomenentrepreneurshiphasrefined intoanacceptedconceptoftheeconomy. CustomarilyIndiansociety has beencontemplatedasmaleperquisite. Howeverwithgrowingsocio-cultural environment andescalationinopportunities, thestateofwomen entrepreneurshiphasimproved infragments. Therehavebeenvariousgovernmentschemes forremodellingand encouragingwomen participation.Howeversocietaland familialroadblockscontinueto reign, afflicting womenentrepreneurship.The majorchunksandchallengesfacedbyIndianwomenentrepreneurshavebeen takenwiththis.Thisarticlealsounveilsthecurrenttrendsandfutureprospects ofwomen-entrepreneurship. In this,literaturereviewaimstoscrutinizethecriticalfacetofcurrentknowledge aswellastheoretical and methodologicalcontributionstowomenentrepreneurship, whichcoversallovertheworld throughsecondary sources,andassuch,donotaddressanynewororiginalexperimentalwork
DESIGN, FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND SOLUBILITY ENHANCEMENT OF FENOFIBRATE, A WATER INSOLUBLE DRUG BY SOLID DISPERSION TECHNIQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Zakaria Faruki*, Elizabeth Razzaque, Rishikesh, Rehana Akhter and Mohiuddin Ahmed Bhuiyan Fenofibrate is a lipid lowering agent used in the treatment of hyperlipidemia. In order to improve the solubility and oral absorption of Fenofibrate in gastric fluid and to enhance i ts dissolution rate solid dispersion technique by solvent evaporation method has been designed and evaluated. Poloxamer 188, Poloxamer 407, Polyethylene glycol (PEG) 6000, Polyvinyl Pyrrolidone (PVP), Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) and Mannitol have been used as the hydrophilic polymers which were employed as carriers for formulation of solid dispersion with model drug in ratio of (Drug: Cariers) 1:1, 1:3, 1:5, 1:7 and 1:10. The pure drug and solid dispersions with all their ratio were characterized using FTIR techniques. The effect of solvent evaporation methods preparing of solid dispersion on dissolution behavior was investigated. Dissolution studies indicated a significant increase in dissolution of Fenofibrate when dispersed in carriers. In all the cases solid dispersions showed improved dissolution of Fenofibrate compared to that of pure drug. It was observed that higher concentration of carriers in preparing solid dispersion showed higher release of Fenofibrate. Solid dispersion prepared with Poloxamer 188 showed fastest and maximum release (93.74%) among all formulations and solid dispersions with PVP, HPMC, Poloxamer 407, PEG 6000, Mannitol showed 88.21%, 88.14%, 82.87%, 76.50% and 65.77% release respectively in 1:10 ratio within 1 hour whereas pure Fenofibrate showed only 23.60% release. The release of drug was plotted in Zero order, First order, Korsmeyer and Higuchi release pattern. The correlation coefficients values of the trend lines of the graphs showed that the formulations best fit in Higuchian release pattern.
Improvement of maize (Zea mays L.) anther culture embryogenesis and direct regeneration by different plant growth regulators and gelling agent published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Seyedeh Zahra Hosseini, Ahmad Ismaili, Payam Pour Mohammadi Androgenesis via anther culture or microspore culture is one of the current methods for producing haploid and double haploid plants in maize. To use of this method in maize breeding program it should be able to regenerate enough plantlets. Anthers culture usually is carried out indirectly via callus induction and regeneration on at least two different media. In this study a responsive genotype, ETH-M82, using a new single culture medium was used for embryogenesis and regeneration. We tested different growth regulators (2,4-D; kinetin; NAA & IAA) in modified YP medium. After6-week, direct regeneration on some treatments was observed. The highest frequency of direct formation of plantlets (in 100 anthers) occurred on medium supplemented with 2mgl-1 IAA and 2mgl-1 kinetin (4%).Best results with an average of 3.1plantlets in replication were obtained with the medium solidified with agar, while in difcobactoagar only 1.4 of plantlets in replication was produced. This experiment suggested that agar and plant growth regulators in the medium were beneficial for producing embryo and plantlet from maize anthers.
LOW POWER QVCO USING ADIABATIC LOGIC? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Vergin Jeyaseeli.F, Udhaya Kumar.S? A new low-phase noise low-power quadrature voltage-controlled oscillator (QVCO) using adiabatic logic is proposed. Power can be reduced by using this technique. The QVCO is a group of two superposable current-switching distinction Colpitts VCOs in which the major core VCO is affiliated to the second in an in-phase method, and the second core VCO is securely coupled to the first in an anti-phase mode. To syndicate the two core VCOs, the Substrates of the cross-connected transistors as well as the substrates of MOS varactors are used; they need not for any additional fundamentals for coupling, which could decrease the noise and decrease the power dissipation. The power is reduced up to 0.02 nW and the frequency range is reduced up to 1.8 MHz compared to existing system.
Effect of Malathion on Protein Content, Reduced Glutathione and Lipid Peroxidation Level on Muscle of Bufo melanostictus Schneider, 1799 published in

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Puspanjali Parida, Salu Tudu,Lakshmipriya Mohanta Bufo melanostictus (n=20) of various sizes (body weight: 90g- 120g) were divided into four groups of 5 animals each. Group I (control) animals received distilled water; Group II-IV (experimental) treated orally with 0.1l malathion /g body weight. The treated animals were sacrificed after the time intervals of 24 hour, 48 hour and 72 hour (Group II-IV) whereas the control animal was sacrificed immediatetly (0h) and the muscle was dissected out and kept at 00C. The protein content, reduced glutathione level (GSH) and lipid peroxidation (LPX) level were measured in the liver of B. melanostictus in both control and experimental group. Variation of different parameteres of muscle were observed at different time intervals. On the basis of the results, It is concluded that malathion even at low dose altered the biochemical parameters and induces oxidative stress.
Comparative Study between Clomiphene Citrate plus Phytoestrogens and Clomiphene Citrate plus N-acetyl-Cysteine in Clomiphene Citrate Resistant Polycystic Ovary Syndrome published in

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Mohamed Lofty,Walid A.Abdelsalam,Shymma Abdelazim PCOS is the commonest endocrinopathy in reproductive age. Adjuvant agents with clomiphene citrate in C.C.resistant PCOS inducing good ovulatory rates and fewer side-effects. Patients and methods: Patients divided into two groups: group (A) (n=40) received C.C. 100mg/day for 5 days+Klimadynon,20 mg for 10 days; and group (B) (n=40) received C.C. 100 mg daily for 5 days+NAC 1.2 gm for 5 days. Monitoring of the patients on the 3rd day of the menstrual cycle include baseline TVS and hormonal changes. On the 12th day of the cycle, TVS was done to evaluate the follicular diameter and endometrial thickness. Serum progesterone was measured on cycle day 21 and b-hCG level was measured on the 14th day after hCG injection if menses not occurred. Results: Significant hormonal changes and endometrial thickness was greater in the Klimadynon group. Insulin sensitivity was increased in NAC group in all three treatment cycles.
POTENTIAL ROLE OF PI3KINASES IN CANCER TREATMENT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Gandhi Parikshit, Dhande Swati, Kadam Vilasrao The phosphoinositide 3-kinases (PI3-kinases) are a family of lipid kinases that play a important role in the regulation of many cellular processes such as proliferation, survival, carbohydrate metabolism, and motility.Although some PI3-kinase activity is likely to be essential for cellular health, the PI3-kinases are a rather diverse group of enzymes for which there is increasing evidence of functional specialisation. This opens up the possibility of developing isoform-selective inhibitors that could be used to treat cancer with limited toxicity. The phosphoinositide 3-kinase(s) (PI3K) are a group of protein that catalyse the phosphorylation of the 3-OH position of phosphoinositides and generate lipids that control a wide variety ofintracellular signalling pathways. They are classified into three families according to their structure and substrate specificity and arethought to have distinct biological roles. The numerous components of the PI3K pathway play acrucial role in the activation of inflammatory mediators, inflammatory cell recruitment, immune cell function, airway re-modelling, and corticosteroid insensitivity in chronic inflammatory respiratory disease. Thus the current information of the review article is tried to compile the data in order to get the good anticancer drugs.
Secure Token Based Storage System to Preserve the Sensitive Data Using Proxy Re-Encryption Technique published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
A.Jeeva, Dr.C.Selvan, A.Anitha? In the cloud computing environment, storing sensitive data is more difficult task. The privacy preserve cost is high when we encrypt entire sensitive data. Also encrypt data are not performing well in cloud application. This is becomes the challenging to preserve the sensitive data in cloud. So we analyse the data which is need to be encrypted and other is not. And also split the data in different parts and stored it in different cloud environment. Each part of data sets are contains the tokens. The storage server identifies the data using token keys. The proxy encryption technique is used to encrypt the proxy. When the client encrypts the data before outsourcing to the cloud server, the link between the client server and cloud server proxy is encrypted using proxy encryption technique. This enables the privacy to preserve the data attacks from the attackers.
An Investigation on Confined Fiber Reinforced High Strength Concrete Beams in Flexure published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Ch. Rambabu, T. Chandra Sekhar Rao, N. V. Ramana Rao In this paper a study on behavior of ten under-reinforced concrete beams with fibers (Steel and Glass-fibers), and also with or without G.I wire mesh wrappings under flexural loading is presented. In general, addition of fibers improves the bending strength and ductility of the composite. The G.I mesh wrappings will provide the additional confinement to the fibrous concrete matrix. The test results show that flexural strength and ductility of confined fiber reinforced concrete beams is improved compared to un-confined fibrous beams. It is also observed that the enhancement in flexural capacity and ductility is more in beams with steel fibers than Glass-fibers.
Agricultural information needs of mango growers published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
T. SUJAIVELU*AND K. KANAGA SABAPATHI A study was conducted at Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu state in India which is well known for the production and processing of the mango. Various agricultural information needs of the farmers in processing and producing value added products in mango are analysed and studied. A well structured and pre-tested interview schedule was used to collect data from 300 randomly selected mango growers. The respondents wanted information in the descending order on the aspects like selection of mango varieties, / hybrids, plant protection measures, pruning in crop, manures and fertilizer management, post harvest technology, preparation of main field, planting techniques, pretreatment of seedling, weed management, method of propagation, irrigation management, intercropping, recommended growth regulators to prevent flower and fruit drop, harvesting techniques and value addition in mango.
COX-2 and iNOS in Human Colon Cancer published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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DanutaPlewka, Andrzej Plewka, Adam Mi?kiewicz A variety of possible prognostic factors was examined in colon cancer, however, a single marker was usually assessed, not in relation to other factors which were known to affect biological behaviour. Since a group of molecular markers may be more useful in tumour characteristics, examinations that analyze marker group expression might be important in the selection of therapy. The material collected by surgeons might be used prior to treatment to identify biomarkers, which predict susceptibility or resistance to a particular medication, or to determine molecular features of ovarian cancer, which is to be treated. It may provide procedures which will enable non-invasive evaluation of selected parameters facilitating more effective diagnosis.
Unleashing the Entrepreneurial Potential of Women:initiative of Coca Cola Company published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr B. Syam Sundar The greatest revolution in a country is the one that affects the status and living conditions of its women Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Importance of Virtual Reality in Current World? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Shiny Mathew? Virtual reality (VR) is considered as important technology, giving scope for a great leap for adverse fields. Virtual reality is sometimes referred to as immersive multimedia, is a computer-simulated environment that can simulate physical presence in places in the real world or imagined worlds. This paper brushes the importance of this stimulated reality stating how VR has gone through advancements giving us a cutting edge technology. It correlates an in-depth detail about origin and history of early VR and elaborates the current stand of this technology in the society. It illustrates the technology misconceptions with its aspects of being fully developed and how we can overcome it. People rivet on VR mainly for entertainment but their real impacts are in arts, business, communication, design, education, engineering, medicine and many other fields.
Integrated nutrient management in the maize (Zea mays L.) yield and soil properties published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K.K. PANDEY* ANDA.AWASTHI Low soil fertility is one of the bottlenecks to sustain agricultural production and productivity in India. Anthropogenic factors such as inappropriate land use systems, mono cropping, nutrient mining and inadequate supply of nutrients are aggravated the situation. A field experiment was conducted at experimental field of Narendra Dev University of Agriculture and Technology, Kumarganj, Faizabad during Rabi season on alluvial, clay soil under irrigated agro-ecosystem of Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The experiment comprised of four treatment combinativns viz., T1 (Control), T2 (RDF) T3 (RDF +Zn) and T4 (RDF +FYM 10 t ha-1). The treatments were arranged in Randomized Completely Block Design with three replications. The grain yield was higher in T4 (29.29 q ha-1) followed by T3 (28.59 q ha-1). However, straw yield was higher in T3 followed by T4. The result revealed that ratio of grain and straw yield was good and highest in T4 followed by T2.Recommendation of the result was RDF along with FYM is suitable combination of yield as well as straw (fodder) for maize crop in eastern Uttar Pradesh
ENHANCEMENT THE DISSOLUTION PROFILE OF CIPROFLOXACIN AND METRONIDAZOLE WITH ?-CYCLODEXTRIN AND ACIDIC SOLUBILIZING ADDITIVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Abhishek Kumar Jain1, C. P. Jain2, Neha Jain3, Ram Singh Bishnoi2 The objective of present study is improvement of solubility profile of a poorly soluble drug of ciprofloxacin and metronidazole at colonic site by incorporating some amount of solubilizing additives i.e. ascorbic acid and citric acid into the ?-cyclodextrin complexes. Ciprofloxacin and metronidazole drugs having lower solubility profile in water, 0.1 N HCl, at stomach and intestinal pH. Drug containing ?-cyclodextrin complexes with ascorbic acid and citric acid increased their solubility profile at different dissolution media. The solubility profile of both drugs in water showed that the inclusion complex is stable. Result showed the solubility of drugs increased upto 100 times as the concentration of ?-cyclodextrin increased. Addition of solubilizing additives such as citric acid and ascorbic acid in various proportions affect the dissolution profile of drugs in different dissolution media. The inclusion complex containing ?-cyclodextrin with acidic solubilizing agent increased dissolution rate in colonic environment. This result shows increased bioavailability of both drugs at site specific environment. FTIR spectral studies performed on the solid complexes have shown that there is no interaction of the drug with the additives and ?-cyclodextrin. Disc diffusion study of complex shown larger diameters of zone of inhibition and result indicated that a greater diffusivity of the drug into the agar medium.
ESTIMATION OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN E AMONG INFECTED ASTHMATIC PATIENTS WORKERS IN AL-BAIJI OIL REFINERY OF IRAQ published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Mohemid M Al-Jebouri1 and Ashwaq N Al-Doori2 Background:Oil refineries cause smog and air pollution. Almost all refineries in every country currently pollute at unacceptable and unhealthy levels. Oil refineries are the largest sources of air pollution with large amounts of emissions those include heavy metals, very smaller size dust particles that get deep into lungs and harm ability to breathe. A number of air pollutants have been consistently linked to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease including asthma which has emerged as the principal occupational lung disease. Exacerbations have been associated with increases in ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide. Methods:This study was carried out to isolate and identify the bacterial pathogens causing respiratory infections from patients working in Al-Baiji oil refinery to identify the impact of pollutants from this environment on the nature of bacterial pathogens spread there through comparison with the bacterial isolates causing respiratory infections with or without asthma leading to suspected elevation in immunoglobulin E. A total number of 200 samples were taken, including swabs, sputa and sera of workers in oil refinery with respiratory infections and other 200 patients who attended Tikrit Teaching hospital as control samples for comparison. Swabs and sputa were cultured. 231 and 209 strains were isolated from the refinery and hospital respectively. The diagnosis of bacterial isolates was done according to the microscopic examination and the results of biochemical tests. The extraction of chromosomal DNA was carried out to estimate the mol% of G+C of DNA content of 15 unknown isolates which were difficult to be identified by conventional tests. Results: Large number of respiratory infections among refinery patients was found to be caused by various bacteria such as Bordetella bronchiceptica, Eikenella corrodens, Neisseria sicca, Neisseria subflava, Citrobacter diversus, Enterobacter aerogenes, Bacillus cereus, Aerococcus viridans, Actinomyses israelii, Arcanobacterium haemolyticum, Corynebacterium diphtheriae and Stomatococcus mucilagenosus which did not appear among the patients of Tikrit Teaching Hospital. Conclusion: There was a relationship between allergies and asthma, and some bacterial infections of the respiratory system was associated with elevation in IgE concentration in workers sera.
Management of stem and root rot of sesame published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.S. CHOUDHARY*, ANJANA ARUN AND S.M. PRASAD1 Out of 27 entries evaluated against stem and root rot caused byMacrophomina phaseolina, only three entries viz., IC205477, IC 205506 and Krishna were identified as resistant. Dates of sowing trials revealed that early sowing favored Macrophomina stem and root rot. Multiple regression equation between disease index and weather variables exhibited strong relationship among the different components of epiphytotics during 2002-03 and 2003-04 crop seasons (R2 =0.989 and 0.985). This disease appeared during second week of July in the field. Maximum apparent infection rate of 0.122 unit/day and 0.118 unit/day were calculated at July 25, during both years of experimentations, respectively. The mean temperature 26.86 to 28.930C, mean relative humidity 77.49 to 79.4 per cent, rainfall 5.54 mm and 13.24 mm and 12 and 14 number of rainy days were favorable for maximum disease development. Seed treatment with a mixture of carbendazim 50 WP (0.1%) and thiram 75 WP (0.15%) recorded minimum PDI of 11.15 per cent and 9.91 per cent and highest seed yield of 637 kg/ha and 646 kg/ha during above mentioned crop seasons. First spray of carbendazim 50 WP (0.05%) + second spray of T. viride (107 spore/g) were found to be most economical for the management of the disease.
LA DOCENCIA Y LA INVESTIGACIN SON ASPECTOS COMPLEMENTARIOS? published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Angela Mara Segura Cardona Teaching and research are fundamental aspects of life in higher education nevertheless the nature of their relationship has created a divide amongst university lecturers. There are those who view teaching and research as two sides of the same coin, providing in this way a rounded education for the students as well as contributing to the general ethos of the institution, its Vision and its Mission. On the other hand there are those who consider the relationship between the two as idealistic, preferring to perceive of research and teaching as incompatible activities. The aim of this document is twofold. Firstly to contribute to current discussions on the subject; secondly to highlight ways in which the roles of teacher and researcher may be unified in the person of the university lecturer. Such is the desire of all universities that consider the pillars of teaching, research and outreach to be an integral part of their mission statement, not to mention a fundamental component of their common institutional policy. By way of conclusion a possible Teaching and Research Integration Strategy (PIDI) is proposed, a strategy that could have significant benefits for the University of Antioquias 2016 projections insofar as it deals with the question of teacher-cum-researcher. The strategy is presented in four stages: awareness raising, training, integration and motivation.

Water Pollution Control for Mandalay KanDawGyi Lake by Natural Treatment System

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Moh Moh | San San Myint

This paper emphasized on "Water Pollution Control for Mandalay KanDawGyi Lake by Natural Treatment System". KanDawGyi Lake is used for wastewater collection. It is situated in ChanMyaThaZi Township, Mandalay and near the AyeYarWaddy river. Residential, commercial and industrial area are existed surrounding the KanDawGyi Lake. Water from human activities such as cooking, bathing, washing and septic tanks effluent is discharged into drains by gravity flow without treatment. Average six million gallons of wastewater discharged from Mandalay City area flow into KanDawGyi Lake passing through ThinGaZar creek daily. So, lake water has been contaminated by domestic wastewater. This has resulted detrimental effects on the ecosystem. Water in recreation center should be aesthetically pleasing and essentially free of toxicants and pathogenic organisms. Seven collection points such as entrance, east of north side, south east of north side, south of north side, water fountains, PyiGyiMon barge and exit of KanDawGyi Lake are chosen to collect the wastewater sample. The water quality of KanDawGyi Lake is evaluated by various parameters such as temperature, turbidity, suspended solids, dissolved solids, pH, total alkalinity, total hardness, biochemical oxygen demand, dissolved oxygen, chlorides, total solids and bacteria. According to test results, alkalinity, chlorides, dissolved solids, suspended solids, and total solids are uncertified. Therefore, in this paper wetland design of natural treatment system is used at the entrance of the lake to control the water pollution. Moh Moh | San San Myint "Water Pollution Control for Mandalay KanDawGyi Lake by Natural Treatment System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd25323.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/25323/water-pollution-control-for-mandalay-kandawgyi-lake-by-natural-treatment-system/moh-moh

RELEVANCE OF SEMEN SAMPLE IN SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
U. K. Kulkarni1, K.V. Kulkarni1, R. K. Pardeshi2 and D.V. Mane*3 Among all the crimes, sex related crimes are most barbarous and humiliating. Rape is considered to be the most obnoxious and gravest form to human right violation. A large number of cases received in forensic science laboratory involve sexual assault cases, making it necessary to examine the exhibits for the presence of seminal fluid. In the sexual assault cases, When the suspected or alleged accused is medically examined by the doctors on the request of investigating officer, collection of semen sample has been sent to FSL for the identification of blood group. This may cause wastage of time and resources of health and home department and delay in disposal of cases leading to backlog and huge burden on forensic analyst and police. So there is a need to debate and discussion with investigating officers and doctors about the relevance of semen collection of accused. The objective of this paper is to discuss the purpose and relevance of collection of semen of alleged accused and furthermore, this paper focuses on the primary data which is related to sexual assault cases.
Opinion of beneficiaries towards training programmes organized by KVKs published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
H.C. SINGH1, VINOD PRAKASH* AND RAJESH KUMAR2 The study was conducted in two purposively selected KVKs Dariapur (Rae Bareli) and Tharion (Fatehpur) of Uttar Pradesh. These two KVKs fall under the jurisdiction of C.S. Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur and are located in two different situations. The beneficiaries were selected randomly for this study, there were one hundred beneficiaries selected from each KVK, who attended the training. Thus, the total number of trainees was 200. The data were collected with the help of pre-tested interview schedule. The statistical methods adopted were percentage, mean and weighted mean. It was found from the study that the most of the beneficiaries in both the KVKs- Dariapur (Rae Bareli) and Tharion (Fatehpur) were of 25-35 years of age, belonged to medium caste, having nuclear type of family and 3-5 members of family size with medium level of family education. Their main occupation was farming (76.00 -80.00 %), getting Rs. 2001-3000 monthly (33.00 -35.00 %) and having up to 1 acre of land and 48-59 per cent were no member of any organization. The majority of the beneficiaries in both KVKs were utilizing neighbours and friends under localite sources, KVK personnels under cosmopolite, and meetings under mass media sources. The evaluation and supporting activities in both the KVKs, i.e., Dariapur (mean = 1.78) and Tharion (mean = 1.73) were found to be below satisfaction while regarding physical facilities their opinion were found to be below satisfaction (mean = 1.84) in KVK Tharion. Regarding the overall usefulness of training programmes in KVK Dariapur, most of the beneficiaries were found to be high level (42.00 %) of opinion while in KVK Tharion, most of the beneficiaries had showed medium level (40.00 %) of opinion.
STUDY OF NITROFURANTOIN SUSCEPTIBILITY AMONG UROPATHOGENIC BACTERIAL ISOLATES AT A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, UDAIPUR, RAJASTHAN. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ritu Bhatnagar*, Payal Soni, Sanjeev Kumar, S.K. Mehra, Aruna Solanki and Jyoti Tomar Introduction: Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are some of the most common infections experienced by humans.[1] Common bacteria associated with community acquired infectons are E.coli, Coagulase negative Staphylococci, Enterococcus fecalis, Staphylococcus aureus etc.[2] As resistance to Fluroquinolones, Cephalosporins and Cotrimoxazole has become more common in uropathogenes, Nitrofurantoin has become an important alternative oral agent for treatment of uncomplicated UTI.[12] Aim: to find out the sensitivity pattern of the urinary isolates against different commonly used antimicrobials in UTI with special reference to Nitrofurantoin. Material and Methods: The study was performed from July 2014 to December 2014 at tertiary care hospital, Udaipur, Rajastahn, India. Urine sample from Clinically suspected (OPD and IPD) cases were collected. Processing and identification was done as per standard guidelines. Antimicrobial sensitivity testing was performed by Kirby- Bauer disc diffusion method. Result and Discussion: Total 498 test samples were analysed. Out of that, in 251 cases bacterial pathogens were isolated. The most common organisms isolated were Escherichia coli (58.17%) followed by Klebsiella sp. (13.94%), Enterococcus sp. (8.37%), Pseudomonas sp. (6.37%), and Coagulase negative Staphylococcus sp. (6.38%). Only 29 (11.5%) were resistant to Nitrofurantoin among oral antibiotics. Conclusion: Nitrofurantoin is a good choice for the treatment of outpatients.
Digital substation component system "SMART GRID" published in

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V. I. Vasilchenko, O. G. Gryb, O. V. Leleka, D. A. Gapon, T. S. Ierusalimova New production technologies of modern control systems have moved from the stage of research and experimentation into the stage of practical use. Modern communication standards for the exchange of information are developed and introduced. Digital devices, protectors and automation are widely used. There has been substantial development of hardware and software of control systems.
Selection of Project Firm by Utilizing Entropy and Topsis Methods published in

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Orkun ALPTEK?N In the construction sector, construction and manufacturingaffairscan be carried outin a healthy way by the correct preparation of projects which define the construction works. Correct preparation of projects depends on the characteristics of the project firm. Therefore, the selection of the most appropriate project firm is an important issue. In this article TOPSIS method is proposed as a tool to select the best project firm in preparing the projects wealthy. The TOPSIS method allows to decision makers to express their opinions about the criteria. In this article, four project firms are compared according to criteria: bid, similar work experience, current workload and number of qualified staff with TOPSIS method
Response of garlic to foliar application of some micronutrients published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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M. CHANCHAN, J. K. HORE AND S. GHANTI Department of Spices and Plantation Crops Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya Mohanpur-741252,Nadia, West Bengal The investigation was conducted at Horticultural Research Station, Mondouri, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidhyalaya, Nadia, West Bengal during 2009-11 to find out the effect of micronutrients on growth and yield of garlic cv. katki. Three concentrations of four micronutrients namely zinc sulphate (0.1, 0.25 and 0.50%), borax (0.1, 0.2 and 0.3%), ferrous sulphate (0.1, 0.2 and 0.3%) and manganese sulphate (0.1, 0.25 and 0.50%) were applied as foliar spray at 45, 60 and 75 days after planting. Maximum leaf number (9.45), number of cloves (29.23), weight of bulb (27.18g) and projected yield (7.13 t/ha) were recorded with borax @ 0.2%. Plants under zinc sulphate @ 0.25% recorded maximum plant height (61.72 cm), number of roots (102.56), length of cloves (3.05 cm) and neck thickness (1.08 cm). Borax @ 0.2% was found most effective for yield improvement of garlic followed by zinc sulphate 0.25%.
Synthesis and Kinetic Studies of Pmma Nanoparticles by Surfactant Free Emulsion Polymerization (Sfep) published in

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Gaber El-Enany, Mohamed S. El Ghareb, Ahmed Omran Poly (methyl methacrylate) nanoparticles are of extended use in different research areas and applications from industrial application to drug delivery vehicles. Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) nanoparticles have been successfully prepared by microwave-free/emulsifier-free emulsion polymerization with potassium peroxydisulphate (KPS) as initiator. After confirming the composition using FT-IR, particle characterization by Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) revealed the morphology of uniformly sized fine-tuned nanoparticles can be obtained at less than 50 nm particle size. In addition, a detailed kinetic study of PMMA polymerization results in the apparent activation energy Ea=43.5 kJ/mol and activation energy of initiator decomposition Ed=45 kJ/mol. In conclusion, the rate of polymerization, Rp at 70?C was expressed by the equation, Rp=K [KPS] 0.38 [MMA] 0.89.
Phosphate Solubilizing Activity of a Mangrove Isolate of Streptomyces badius from Muthupettai Mangrove, Tamil Nadu, India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Shilpi Bhardwaj1*, Sourav Bhattacharya2 and Arijit Das2 Due to the formation of complexes with cations, availability of soluble phosphorus to microbes and plants are limited in the mangrove ecosystems. In order to isolate potent phosphate-solubilizing actinomycetes, sediment samples were collected from three locations of the Muthupettai mangrove, Tamil Nadu, India and checked for the ability of the isolates to solubilize the insoluble tribasic calcium phosphate supplemented in Kusters agar medium. Of the total 9 phosphate solubilizing actinomycetes isolated, isolate MTZ-3 demonstrated highest phosphate solubilizing activity in the form of clear zone around the colonies and was selected for further studies. Different pH, temperatures and incubation period were studied to optimize the highest phosphate solubilization by the isolate. After 10 days of incubation at 28C and pH 8, MTZ-3 significantly reduced the insoluble phosphate supplemented in the Kusters broth and also demonstrated the highest phosphatase activity (1.14?g phenol/g/h). MTZ-3 isolate was identified as Streptomyces badius ATCC 19729 based on the molecular characterization study. The present study emphasizes on the fact that this native mangrove isolate, can be used confidently in solubilizing the insoluble phosphate in mangrove ecosystems and also in the reclamation of barren lands.
FUNGSI LEMBAGA PEMASYARAKATAN SEBAGAI TEMPAT UNTUK MELAKSANAKAN PEMBINAAN DAN PELAYANAN TERPIDANA MATI SEBELUM DIEKSEKUSI published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Budiyono Penitentiary was a place to conduct coaching Educate Prisoners and Child Socialization. There are pro-death penalty views (Retensionist) and cons of death penalty (abolitionist) on the existence of death penalty and execution. This issue is causing problems from the aspect of regulation that is the basis of service provision on death row since capital punishment on all the services there are no specific rules. The problem is the placement and service must be performed by the prisons before the execution on death row, before it is executed on death row man alive who is naturally still have rights that must be protected as a right to physical care and health until the corresponding executable , including also get their rights, as for the rights referred to was referring to the provisions of Article 14 of Act No.12/1995 about Correctional. Kata kunci : Lembaga Pemasyarakatan, Pidana mati, Peraturan khusus
A Novel High Step-Up Interleaved Converter with Voltage Multiplier Circuit for PV Systems published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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S.Ambika1, A.Rajesh2, C.Dhana Lakshmi3 Student, M.E. (Power Electronics and Drives), SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India1 Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics, SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India2 Student, M.E. (Power Electronics and Drives), SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India A novel high step-up converter, which is suitable for photovoltaic system is proposed in this project. Through a voltage multiplier module composed of switched capacitors and coupled inductors, the proposed converter obtains high step-up gain. The proposed converter not only reduces the current stress. But also constrains the input current ripple, which decreases the conduction losses and the efficiency gets improved.
Participation of Boro women and Garo women in Decision making in some economic activities of household: A study in two villages of Kamrup District, Assam published in

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Binaya Devi The practice or involvement of a person in decision making in a particular area reflects his or her position in concerned society on the concerned area of decision. The Boro women of the rural area of Kamrup District take active part in earning for maintenance of family. This paper is an attempt to focus on the participation of Boro women and Garo women in the matters of buying and selling associated to household campus and other economic activities.
An Assessment Study on the Quality of Industrial effluents in and around Vandiyur Lake, Madurai (Tamil Nadu) India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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L. Leena Hebsibai1*, M.S Dheenadayalan1 and K.K. Sivakumar2 The industrial effluent samples from ten different stations near the industrial areas in and around Vandiyur Lake, Madurai were collected and analyzed for their pollution potential. The values obtained for different physico-chemical parameters were compared with standard values given by ISI/WHO. Variations in many physic-chemical parameters were observed for most of the samples when compared with standard values. The variation in the parameters such as Ph, EC, TDS for the premonsoon, monsoon and post-monsoon seasons were highly undesirable. The deterioration of the quality of the Vandiyur Lake water calls for some effective measures to be taken urgently to minimize the adverse impacts that may occur due to the contamination of ground water.
EXISTING ECOLOGICAL SITUATION IN THE CITY OF ROSTOV-ON-DON published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
M.A. Chernyshev, A.V. Korostiev At present, the ecological situation in the city of Rostov-on-Don, leaves much to be desired. Due to various factors polluting the environment becomes more and more dangerous for life. Nowadays the ecological situation in the R ostov-on-Don leaves much to be desired. Due to various factors polluting the environment becomes more and more dangerous for the life of its citizens.
Effect of organic manures and biofertilizers on growth, flowering, yield and quality of tomato cv. PUSA SHEETAL published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAKESH KUMAR MEENA, SANJAY KUMAR*, SUTANU MAJI, DEVENDRA KUMARAND MANOJ KUMAR A field experiment on the effect of organic manures and biofertilizers on growth, flowering, yield and quality of tomato cv. PUSA SHEETAL was conducted at the Horticulture Research Farm of the Department of Applied Plant Science (Horticulture), Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow in the year of 2012-13. The experiment consisted of different doses of organic manures i.e. FYM (100% and 50%), vermicompost (100% and 50%) and neem cake (100% and 50%) along with biofertilizers i.e. PSB (2kg/ha and 1kg/ha) and Azospirillum (2kg/ha and 1kg/ha). The result showed that maximum plant height (39.50 cm) was recorded at PSB 2kg/ha and the highest number of branches per plant (6.93) , maximum number of cluster per plant (9.83) were recorded underAzospirillum 2kg / ha while, all growth parameters were found minimum under control. The yield attributing parameters were also recorded maximum in respect of fruit per plant (17.10), fruit diameter (6.28 cm), fruit weight (70.24 g), fruit yield per plant (3.23kg), fruit yield per plot (48.07kg) and fruit yield per hectare (363.60 q) under Azospirillum 2 kg/ha. Maximum acidity (0.59%) was recorded under control and maximum TSS (5.03 0B) and Vitamin-C (26.13 mg/100g) were found under Vermi- compost 100% followed by application of Azospirillum(2 kg/ha)
MICROWAVE MEDIATED SYNTHESIS OF PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVE SUBSTITUTED DERIVATIVES OF 2-(4/-PHENOTHIAZINYL PYRAZOLYL) PYRROLES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Meghasham N. Narule*, Dr. Mahesh K. Gaidhane, Dr. Pravin K. Gaidhane Phenothiazines belong to an important class of heterocyclic compounds known for their pharmaceutical properties. Phenothiazine core is the active component in sedatives, tranquilizers, antituberculotics or bactericides. Phenothiazines are electron donor compounds with a low oxidation potential and they can form easily radical-cations.Lately phenothiazine has become very popular in material science or in biochemistry as marker for proteins and DNA. 2-[4 / -hydroxyl benz-1 / -(propene-1 // -one)] Pyrrole (2) on treatment with primary amine gives 2-[biphenyl amine-1 / -(propane-1 // -one)] pyrrole (3) which react with sulphur and iodine affording substituted 2-[phenothiazinyl-8 / -(propane-1 // -one)] pyrrole (4a-j) which undergoes cyclization with NH2.NH 2H2 O and Substituted 2-(4 / -phenothiazinyl pyrazolyl) pyrrole (5a-j) is obtained. The structure products were characterized by elemental analysis and spectral data.
Greenhouse gas Emission Produced By Diesel Multifunctional Platforms of The Program Pn_ptfm / Lcp 2000-2014 in Burkina Faso published in

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Deli Goron,Donatien Njomo,Zacharie Koalaga In order to improve the living conditions of rural African populations, the concept of multifunctional platform was initiated by the United Nations Development Program. The success of these multifunctional platforms in West Africa is proof that the concept is an effective solution to the problems of poverty and access to modern energy faced by people, particularly the women, in sub-Saharan rural areas. However, although the platforms are an appropriate solution to ease the painful labour of the village women as part of an integrated social and economic approach, they use heat engines pollution source. These heat engines are the cause of many problems such as: the damage to human health, global warming and environmental pollution. In this paper, Burkina Fasos National Fleet multifunctional platforms and the assessment of the amount of greenhouse gases it emits at its various stages of evolution that bleed from 2000 to 2012, is being presented.
Effect of sulphur and phosphorus on growth and yield attributes on summer green gram [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek] published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SITA RAM KUMAWAT1, M.K. KHISTRIYA1, S.L. YADAV2 AND MANOJ KUMAR* A field experiment undertaken to study the effect of sulphur and phosphorus on growth, yield and quality of summer green gram [Vigna radiata (L.)Wilczek] during summer 2010. The results of the present investigation showed that significantly the highest plant height (43.53 cm), number of branches per plant (5.79), leaf area index (3.97, 4.17 and 4.65 at 20, 40 and 60 DAS, respectively) and dry matter content (4.64, 7.63 and 10.65 g/plant at 20, 40 and 60 DAS, respectively) were observed in treatment S3 (30 kg S/ha). With respect to yield attributes and yield the results indicated that significantly the maximum number of pods per plant (20.47), weight of 100 seeds (4.07 g), seed yield (819 kg/ha) and straw yield (1551 kg/ha) were found with the application of 30 kg S/ha. With respect to phosphorus, the results revealed that the application of phosphorus @ 60 kg P2O5/ha (P3) registered significantly the highest plant height (43.85 cm), number of branches per plant (5.70), leaf area index (3.97, 4.17 and 4.65 at 20, 40and 60 DAS, respectively) and dry matter content (4.65, 7.63 and 10.64 g at20, 40 and 60 DAS, respectively). In case of yield attributes and yield, the results showed that significantly the maximum number of pods per plant (20.83), weight of 100 seeds (4.03 g), seed yield (814 kg/ha) and straw yield (1563 kg/ha) were found with the application of 60 kg P2O5/ha. A combined application of 30 kg S/ha and 60 kg P2O5/ha (S3P3) was found significantly higher in respect of grain yield (937 kg/ha) and straw yield (1853 kg/ ha).
Domestic and wildlife damage to crops and mitigation strategies around Rajiv Gandhi National Park (Karnataka) published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M. MAHADEVA MURTHY, N. SHIVKUMAR, G.M. DEVGIRI, N. SWAMI RAO AND T.K. NAGARATHNA A study was undertaken in the Rajeev Gandhi National Park, Karnataka to assess the crop and live stock damage caused by wild animals and to recommend mitigation strategies to control or prevent such damage. The fringe areas of the park are habitated by tribals who traditionally cultivate food crops for their livelihood. The large population of herbivores and carnivores in the park area live in harmony as long as there is sufficient food and water. They usually do not stray out of the park area if left undisturbed. However, encroachment of the forest area for raising plantations and cultivation of crops in forest fringes attracts the wild animals during cropping and dry seasons. The wild animals stray out and cause wide spread damage to standing crops and plantations by trampling and uprooting. They also attack domestic and livestock browsing in the forest and humans entering into forest area for collection of forest products, collection of fuel wood and other activities. Thus, a conflict between man and animal has been a constant feature in the national park. The study conducted in seven ranges of Rajeev Gandhi National Park revealed that, damage and destruction of crops resulted in crop loss, injury and loss of human and cattle lives and damage to plantation crops. The findings indicated that, coffee, coconut, paddy, ragi, cotton, and tobacco are the major crops grown in the fringe areas and the maximum damage and loss to these crops is caused by elephants and wild boars. Tigers and leopards also caused greater loss of life among domestic animals like cattle, sheep, and dogs. This study recommended that, protective measures like construction or renovation of EPT (Elephant Proof Trench), fencing with electric fence or any other mechanical barrier to control the movements of wild animals and human activity within the park area have to be taken to prevent or minimize man-animal conflict and crop loss by wild animals.
DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF ULTRASOUND & X-RAY KUB IN URETERIC COLIC TAKING CT AS GOLD STANDARD published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Syed Muhammad Faiq, Nazish Naz , Fatima Batool Zaidi & Adeeb ul Hassan Rizvi The objective of the study was to compare the sensitivity and specificity of ultrasound, X-ray KUB and CT for the diagnosis of ureteral colic in patients with acute flank pain. This study was carried out in Department of Radiology Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT) from Aug 2010 to Nov 2010. A total of 190 patients with mean age of 35 years were included in the study. All individuals underwent pre procedural imaging X-ray KUB, U/S and CT. On these imaging modalities obstruction of urinary tract and stones were determined. X-ray KUB was done as a guide for U/S exam only. Ureteral stones were confirmed in 190 patients. Specificity for ct was 100% whereas X-ray KUB and U/S was 94% and 76% respectively. Sensitivity for CT 100%, U/S 52.6% and X-ray KUB 89.5% respectively. Some stones were not detected by U/S and few stones were not detected on X-ray KUB due to bowel gases. Cases were correctly diagnosed with all three techniques. CT is the most reliable technique for the detection of uretric stones however, X-ray and U/S also be chosen alternative to CT with a reduce radiation dose.
Feasibility of growing intercrops with jute (Corchorus olitorius L.) grown for seed production in West Bengal, India published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. SARKAR AND B. MAJUMDAR Division of Crop Production Central Research Institute for Jute and Allied Fibres (ICAR) Barrackpore, Kolkata-700120, West Bengal A field experiment was conducted for consecutive two years from 2007 to 2008 to study the feasibility of growing intercrops in the widely spaced seed crop of olitorius jute (cv. JRO 524) in Typic Ustochrept soil with neutral sandy-loam textured soil having medium fertility. Intercropping of black gram (Vigna mungo) for fodder in the widely spaced jute seed crop increased the jute seed equivalent yield by 31.3% (from 3.48 q to 4.57 q ha-1). Rice bean (Vigna umbellata) as intercrop in jute seed crop can also improve the JSEY by 30.5% (from 3.48 q to 4.54 q ha-1). Cowpea and green gram as intercrop in jute seed crop was also increased the JSEY by 15.8 and 15.2 %, respectively.
ISLAM DAN KEKERASAN: PENGALAMAN UNTUK ACEH(Tinjauan Aspek Sosio-Historis dan Sosio-Antropologis published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

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Kamaruzzaman Bustamam Ahmad This paper aims to discuss some things about the people of Aceh, which is associated with violence (violence). The study of violence in Aceh is already a lot to do, especially with the experience of joining the Republic of Indonesia Aceh. This study attempted to examine the meaning of violence and its relationship to faith or Din al-Islam. After that, it will be seen in the form of violence in Aceh society. Is the violence in Aceh due to religious factors or due to other things like ideology? Or, violence in Aceh is one result of the application of social science theories which assume that religion should not be involved in the lives of everyday people. In addition, this study also investigated the claims of the wanted link between Islam and violence, both conceptually and from the aspect of socio-historical and socio-anthropological. One of the concepts that need to be considered are the glue of the Acehnese are Muslims. Adhesive system Acehnese cosmology is customary. Adhesives Acehnese ideology is Islam. At this level the concept of the Acehnese identity needs to be prioritized. To get out of the chaos of memory on a reformulation of violence needs to be done to the concept of identity-distinctive Acehnese, based on cosmological system Acehnese essentials.
Faults Diagnosis of a Girth Gear using Discrete Wavelet Transform and Artificial Neural Networks published in

International Journal of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology

Published by Azad University Majlesi Branch
M. Akbari, H. Homaei & M. Heidari* In this paper, a fault diagnosis system based on discrete wavelet transform (DWT) and artificial neural networks (ANNs) was designed to diagnose different types of faults in gears. DWT is an advanced signal-processing technique for fault detection and identification. Five features of wavelet transform RMS, crest factor, kurtosis, standard deviation and skewness of discrete wavelet coefficients of normalized vibration signals have been selected. These features are considered as the feature vector for training purpose of the ANN. A wavelet selection criteria, namely Maximum Energy to Shannon Entropy ratio, was used to select an appropriate mother wavelet and discrete level, for feature extraction. To ameliorate the algorithm, various ANNs were exploited to optimize the algorithm so as to determine the best values for number of neurons in hidden layer resulted in a high-speed, meticulous three-layer ANN with a small-sized structure. The diagnosis success rate of this ANN was 100% for experimental data set. An experimental set of data has been used to verify the effectiveness and accuracy of the proposed method. To develop this method in general fault diagnosis application, an example was investigated in cement industry. At first, a MLP network with well-formed and optimized structure (20:12:3) and remarkable accuracy was presented providing the capability to identify different faults of gears. Then this neural network with optimized structure was presented to diagnose different faults of gears. The performance of the neural networks in learning, classifying and general fault diagnosis were found encouraging and can be concluded that neural networks have high potentiality in condition monitoring of the gears with various faults.
EFFECTIVENESS OF INQUIRY TRAINING MODEL FOR TEACHING CHEMISTRY published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Vandana Singh SRJIS/BIMONTHLY / VANDANA SINGH ( 2 3 4 4 - 2 3 4 9 ) NOV - DECEMBER , 2014. VOL - II/XV www.srjis.com Page 2344 EFFECTIVENESS OF INQUIRY TRAINING MODEL FOR TEACHING CHEMISTRY Vandana Singh , Asst. Professor, Chirayu K.C. Bajaj College of Education Jaripatka, Nagpur This research investigated the effectiveness of inquiry Training Model over traditional teachi ng method in teaching chemistry at IX grade level. A total of 120 students participated in the study. The study was designed t o prepare study material for teaching chemistry for class IX using inquiry training model , study the effectiveness of inquiry trai ning model on academic achievement of students and compare the academic achievement of students studying through inquiry training model & traditional method for teaching chemistry. The researcher selected the two groups randomly where each comprising 60 s tudents & were labelled as experimental group & Control group ..The students of control goup were taught with traditional method while the students of experimental group were taught with inquiry training model. The pre test was administered to students in both the groups before teaching commenced and post test was administered after the teaching in both the groups. It was found that the calculated value of mean of Post test of control group is 12.55, standard deviation is 4.38 & the mean of Post test of exp erimental group is 17.46 and standard deviation is 5.88.Result shown that there is a statistical significant effect of Inquiry Training Model over conventional teaching method on academic achievement of students
Coordinated Multipoint (CoMP) Reception and Transmission for LTE-Advanced/4G published in

International Journal on Computer Science and Technology

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Satnam Singh, Amit Kumar, Dr.Sawtantar Singh Khurmi, Tanvir Singh Wireless data usage is increasing at a phenomenal rate and driving the need for continued innovations in wireless data technologies to provide more capacity and higher quality of service. In order to meet all the requirements of IMT-Advanced as defined by ITU for LTE-Advanced/4G, several key technology components have been investigated 3GPP. In addition to relaying and repeater solutions to enhance coverage and cell edge data rates, Coordinated Multi-Point transmission/reception (CoMP) is considered by 3GPP as a tool to improve coverage, cell-edge throughput and system efficiency. This paper provides a brief insight in to the technologies including its architecture, working and challenges in the deployment of CoMP.
Flexural Behavior of Tbsfrc Subjected to Sustained Elevated Temperature published in

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Dr Deepa A Sinha A detailed investigation is made to study the flexural behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete with ternary blends on the beam specimen when subjected to sustained elevated temperature of 200oC, 400oC, 600oC, 800oC and 1000oC for 3 hours and then allowed to cool. The mix design was carried out for M30 grade concrete which yielded a proportion of 1:1.86: 2.41 with a w/c ratio of 0.45. Before mixing, 30% of cement was replaced by (FA + SF) or (FA+GGBFS) or (FA+MK) according to the proportions such as (0+0), (30+0), (25+5), (20+10), (15+15), (10+20), (5+25) and (0+30) respectively. It has been found that the TBSFRC containing (FA+GGBFS) and (FA+MK) offer higher resistance to sustained elevated temperatures upto 600oC and 800oC, where as the blend containing (FA+SF) offers resistance only upto 400oC
Evaluation of Surface And Groundwater Quality For Potability and Irrigation - A Case Study of Ashwaraopally Village, Warangal District, Telangana State published in

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Ch.Kranthi,V. Hema Sailaja,Srinivasa Reddy Manchala,P.Ravi Babu The present study was designed to assess the physico-chemical and biological characteristics of water samples collected from Ashwaraopally village viz., Pangidi Lake, Dharmasagar Reservoir canal and well waters. The physico-chemical and Biological parameters such Colour, pH, Odour, Dissolved Oxygen, Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Calcium, Hardness, Alkalinity, chloride, Nitrate, Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and E.coli count were studied. The results obtained showed a fluctuation in this parameters from the Standards (IS 10500; 1994) which gave an idea about the intensity of pollution caused by agricultural activities in the surrounding areas and also the human interference. The study revealed that the lake water was alkaline and other parameters concentrations were also high. Many parameters showed a significant correlation with increased surface and ground water pollution thereby impacting the potability and utilization of those waters.
ROLE OF OVERSEAS COMMUNITY PHARMACIST IN HOME MEDICINE REVIEW- A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B.R.Jaidev Kumar*, Ramesh Adepu, R.S. Savitha, Srikanth M.S HMR services were specifically designed to assist consumers (especially elderly) living in their homes to have more benefits of medication regimen through medication review by community pharmacist and to prevent medication related problems. The operation of HMR involves a patient, General practitioner (GP), Accredited Pharmacist and Community Pharmacy. In some circumstances other health care team members such as nurses in community practice or careers are included in HMR process. The common activities observed during Medication use review services were checking rationality of drug, OTC products, patient medication adherence, drug therapy monitoring whether signs and symptoms are minimized or subsided, If drug related problems were identified they were reported to the concerned Physician or GP. Residential Medication Management Review Guidelines (RMMR) is the one which support the quality use of medicines and medication review services for aged patients with the assistance of accredited pharmacists. Benefits observed during collaborative practice between Pharmacist and General practitioners in overseas studies for providing medication reviews are identification of drug related problemsand appropriate solution to it. People residing in UK care homes are weak and irresistible population who are at more risk of experiencing medication errors. Strategies that should be adopted to overcome medication errors in UK patients care homes are constant review of medication administration record, adequate training to the health care professionals in medication errors and designing research protocols on medication errors that help in evaluating the medication errors.
Phosphonic Acids as Corrosion Inhibitor for Carbon Steel in Rainwater Collected from Rooftop-A Comparative Study published in

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Dr. J. Arockia Selvi, Dr. S.Rajendran, T. Pushpamalini The inhibition effect of phosphonic acids such as amino(trimethylenephosphonic acid) (ATMP), diethylenet riaminepenta(methylenephosphonic acid) (DTPMP) and phenyl phosphonic acid (PhPA) on the corrosion of carbon steel in rain water collected from rooftop was studied by weight loss, potentiostatic polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy methods. The results show that the inhibition efficiency (IE) of the phosphonic acids used were in the order of ATMP > DTPMP > PhPA in the presence of Zn2+. A synergistic effect exists between the phosphonic acids and Zn2+. The protective film formed on the metal surface was confirmed by FTIR spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopy.
Tank Irrigation in Chittoor District : A Case Study of Rayalacheruvu Tank published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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V.RAVI, P.KOTHANDARAMI REDDY The tanks are many centuries old and managed mainly by the community as most of the tanks are small in size. The system of managing tanks through community participation is also many Centuries old. But, the performance of tanks has been deteriorating over the years owing to various reasons. Tank irrigation system is less capital intensive and has wider acceptance compared to major irrigations. Tanks can be effectively used for development of backward areas. The tank irrigation system has a special significance to the marginal and small farmers who depend on the tank irrigation. Participation as a process is a dynamic, non-quantifiable and essentially unpredictable element. As a process, participation will change the life of the project into a permanent dynamic movement. Participation of farmers is essential dimension for agricultural and rural development & is one of the crucial components of success in irrigation, livestock, water and agricultural projects.
DATA MINING TECHNIQUES FOR PREDICTING SCHOOL FAILURES AND DROPOUT published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mrs.KALPANA.N, Dr.K.DAVID? In this paper we propose to apply data mining tech-unique to How to Improve Listening skill. We use real data on 100 students from Tamil Nadu College, such as induction rules and decision trees. In experiments, attempt to improve their accuracy for predicting which students Personality Test using all the available attributes. Next selecting the best attributes; and finally, rebalancing data and using cost sensitive classification. The outcomes have been compared and the models with the best results are shown.

Biochemical and Therapeutic Properties of Withania Somnifera in Traditional Medicinal System

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Neha Singh | Dr. Anita R. J. Singh

Withania somnifera Ashwagandha is a very important medicinal plant of Ayurveda. Roots are used as Rejuvenating drug, tonic, Alternative pungent, astringent, Aphrodisiac, anti inflammatory agent. Root powder has been found to be effective against Asthma, bronchitis, leucoderma, Arthritis, emenagogue cold, asthma, Tuberculosis, fever. Leaves are effective against Ulcers, painful swelling Fever, chest pain, sores, swelling. Seeds contains Diuretic, narcotic and hypnotic properties. Ashwagandha contains anti Diabetic, anti cancer, anti oxidant Effects, anti inflammatory, antimicrobial, Anti stress, Aphrodisiac, anti arthritic, Cardiovascular and Immunomodulatory effects. Biotechnological, and Modern Genomics tools may play an important role in the field of discovery of other secondary metabolites and development of improved plant varieties.
 
BY Neha Singh | Dr. Anita R. J. Singh "Biochemical and Therapeutic Properties of Withania Somnifera in Traditional Medicinal System"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21715.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/21715/biochemical-and-therapeutic-properties-of-withania-somnifera-in-traditional-medicinal-system/neha-singh

Bacterial Endotoxin Test by Gel Clot Method

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Faiz Hashmi | Ankush Thakur

The Bacterial Endotoxin Test BET is a test to quantify Endotoxin from ‘Gram negative bacteria using ‘amoebocyte lysate' extracted from ‘Limulus polyphemus or Tachypleus tridentatus' i.e. horseshoe crab. Three techniques are used for the confirmation of endotoxins, those are the gel clot technique, the turbidimetric technique, and the chromogenic technique. Endotoxins are toxic complexes which is invariably associated with the cell wall of the Gram negative bacteria irrespective of bacterial pathogenicity. Endotoxins are rarely fatal, but they cause fever and hence Endotoxin carrying bacteria are known as ‘Pyrogen'. The test can be done by any of these three techniques. Among all, the gel clot method is chosen to be superior. The test is carried out in a manner to avoid endotoxins contamination. Mostly bacterial Endotoxin test are performed for the inject able pharmaceutical products, e.g. SWFI Sterile Water for Injection , Normal Saline Sodium Chloride Sterile and other injections like Amikacin sulphate, Ascorbic acid, etc. Endotoxin had been authenticated as inflammatory agent, onset clinical diabetes, obesity, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, etc. Endotoxins are thus very necessary to get removed out from the inject able pharmaceutical products.
 
BY Faiz Hashmi | Ankush Thakur "Bacterial Endotoxin Test by Gel-Clot Method"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22945.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/pharmacy/biotechnology-/22945/bacterial-endotoxin-test-by-gel-clot-method/faiz-hashmi
Comparison of external and endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy in primary nasolacrimal duct obstruction published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Zahra Sarafraz, Seyyed Ali Musavi, Mohammad Hossein Azaraein Introduction: Epiphora is an annoying symptom, embarrassing the patient both socially and functionally, two widely acceptable treatment modalities of epiphora due to nasolacrimal duct obstruction (NLDO) are external and endoscopic dacryocyctorhinostomy (DCR). Purpose of this study is comparison of complications and success rate of these two methods in patients with NLDO. Material and methods: Retrospective study of patients who underwent surgical endoscopic and external DCR and comparison of their success rate and postoperative complications from 2012-2013 with 6 months follow up in otolaryngology department of shahid sadughi hospital in yazd. Results: A total of 105 patients underwent surgeries for NLDO (52 patients in endoscopic and 53 patients in external group). Min age was 49 years and 62.4% of subjects were female. There was not any significant difference in success rate between two groups (endoscopic 92.3% versus external 86.7%, P value=0.35). Epistaxis and nasal discharge occured just in endoscopic DCR [ epistaxis 7(13.5%) and nasal discharge 8 (15.3%)]. Some complications occured exclusively in external DCR group such as: Unacceptable scar 15 (28.4%), wound dehiscence 5(9.4%), transient lagophtalmus 2(3.7%), transient orbicularis hypototony 1(1.8%). Failure rate in functional subgroup was higher. In endoscopic DCR group in anatomic obstruction special complications (epistaxis and nasal discharge) were higher than functional subgroup (P<0.05). Conclusion: In this study, the success rates of endoscopic and external DCR were similar. Endoscopic DCR did not produce a scar, had fewer unacceptable complications, and allows the simultaneous correction of intranasal pathology. It also resulted in higher patient satisfaction and less operative time. Endoscopic DCR as a minimally invasive method can be a successful substitute for classic external DCR.
Replacement of Maxillary Central Incisor with Mini Dental Implant in Narrow Edentulous Space: A Case Report. published in

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Dr. Jitendra J. Mete The success rate of dental implants in the edentulous mouth has encouraged dentists to extend this application to the replacement of single missing teeth. The use of standard-sized or of wide-diameter implants is suggested to allow favorable contact surface between the bone and the implant itself. Occasionally, lack of space does not allow the dentist to place implants of such dimensions. An adequate solution in these cases, when single-tooth restorations are needed and the space is not sufficient to insert a standard or a wide diameter implant, is the mini dental implant. Review of literature suggest that single-tooth mini dental implant restoration can be a successful treatment alternative to solve both functional and esthetic problems in cases where space problems limit the use of wide diameter implants. In this article a case of successful use of mini dental implant in patient with narrow edentulous space for the replacement of maxillary central incisor is presented.
Marketing Problems Artisans in Gulbarga Districts published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Shivanand Hungund In democracy it is joint responsibility of the state and community and large to improve the lot of artisans the state will have to accept some responsibilities to facilitate to the artisans in rural area. There is need to identify key communicator among rural artisans they can play crucial role in moderating them to accept new ideas. The role of mass media in building awareness cannot be ignore there should be a concert efforts to all mass media to evolve a greater role far artisans in the rural area.
Accesibilidad de la poblacin habitante de calle a los programas de Promocin y Prevencin establecidos por la Resolucin 412 de 2000 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Andrs Felipe Tirado Otlvaro, Marta Elena Correa Arango Introduction: indigency in Colombia has increased significantly because of problems such as displacement, unemployment, drug dependency and the inability of the State to formulate social policies that respond to this reality. This research describes as the homeless of Medellin, go to the promotion and disease prevention programs established by resolution 412 of 2000, in order to generate information for improving their health care. Methods: cross sectional descriptive study type. n = 372 individuals attending the care program for street people. It was marked demographically the population and the variables of interest were analyzed through X2, OR (95%) and p <0.05. Results: care programs for tuberculosis, immunization, sexually transmitted infections, and care during childbirth are the most demanded by this population, however, economic problems, lack of interest and poor attention of medical personnel are important reasons for abandoning them. The belief is not about the free health care (OR = 3.39) and no free program advocacy and prevention (OR = 1.32), are all factors associated with the non attendance of this population to those programs. Discussion: 76% of respondents know their rights in health, a situation that favors the demand but a lack of ownership, coupled with the aggressive attitude on the demand of the resident population of street, the design of the forms of health care that come in clear contradiction with the sense of immediate lifestyle of this population and the lack of professionals about the approach of this population, hinders that process.
BIOACTIVE FRACTIONS AND POLYPHENOLS OF THE ETHANOL EXTRACT OF SWIETENIA MAHOGANI LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ola Mohamed Mousa*, Marwa Yousry Issa, Hesham Ibrahim El-Askary, Soheir Mohamed El Zalabani and Amani A. Sleem The ethanol (90%) extract of Swietenia mahogani L. Jacq. leaves was fractionated with solvents of increasing polarities. The antioxidant and hepatoprotective activities of all successive extractives were evaluated. The highest efficiency was, in most cases, observed for the ethyl acetate-soluble fraction. Repeated column chromatography of this fraction and sub-fractions derived therefrom, on different stationary phases (Polyamide and Sephadex LH-20), allowed the isolation of six known polyphenols, previously unreported in the genus. Isolated compounds namely: (+) catechin, quercetin-3-O-?-D-glucopyranoside (isoquercitrin), 3-caffoeylquinic acid (neochlorogenic acid), quercetin- 3-O-?-D-galactopyranoside (hyperoside), quercetin and kaempferol were identified through physico-chemical and spectral analyses and by comparison with published data. The antioxidant activity of the three first isolates was also assessed and found significant.
Comparative Study of Ternary Liquid Mixtures Containing Benzene and Substituted Benzene published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Manoj Ku. Praharaj1 and Sarmistha Mishra2 The ultrasonic velocity, density and viscosity have been measured for the ternary mixture of benzene, chloro-benzene, nitro-benzene and pyridine with N, N-dimethylformamide (DMF) in cyclohexane at different temperature, frequencies and concentration. The experimental data have been used for a comparative study of the molecular interaction in the different mixtures using the parameters, molar volume, available volume, free volume, surface tension, Raos constant, Wadas constant, Vander walls constant and excess values of some parameters such as excess density, excess viscosity, excess velocity, excess free volume, excess Gibbs free energy and excess surface tension.
HOW CHILDREN PLAY TODAY published in

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Dominteanu Teodora Games and entertainment is more intense at childhood ages. We know that ante pre-school age children playing all the time. This flexibility gives especially to develop imagination and creativity, all the game is expressed and the degree of mental development.
Self-Efficacy In Classroom Management Of Faculty Members Of The University Of Eastern Philippines published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Miriam B. Giray, Ronato S. Ballado Our behaviour is influenced by how much we believe we can do things. If a teacher believes s/he can manage the classroom well, then there is a probability that s/he will be able to do it. The study determined the level of self-efficacy in classroom management of faculty members of the University of Eastern Philippines. It determined the relationship of the level of self-efficacy to faculty profile such as age, sex, educational attainment and academic rank. Using the 8-item classroom management efficacy part of the Teacher Efficacy Scale, the study covered 136 faculty members of the University of Eastern Philippines who were sampled from all colleges. Descriptive correlational design was used and employed statistical tools such as frequency counts, means, ranking, percentages and multiple regression analysis. Data revealed that majority of the faculty members are female, have age range of 41-60, with Instructor rank and have at least Doctoral units. The faculty members have a Very High level of self-efficacy on classroom management. No significant relationship was found between the level of efficacy and the sex, age, academic rank and educational attainment. The study recommended the conduct of further studies correlating the level of efficacy with other teacher-related variables.
Forming an Embodied Life: The Difference between Being Bodied and Forming an Embodied Life published in

International Body Psychotherapy Journal

Published by EABP / USABP
Stanley Keleman The humans ability to make transitions in its age shapes, socially and personally, produces distress, anxiety, and doubt about how to behave. One response is to become overly reliant on inherited responses. An alternative response is to use voluntary muscular influence and the formative dynamic to manage and resolve cortical emotional organismic dilemmas. The body is an organized environment, a structure of excitatory vitality and experiential knowledge, and a source of the personal and collective wisdom of knowing. Voluntary muscular effort extends this power, making it possible to participate in how we give body to experience and make memories. Abstracts of this article are to be found on the EABP website in the following languages: Albanian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish. http://www.eabp.org/publications-journal.php
Comparative Study on the Modelling of Mixing Length Distribution in the Sediment-Laden Flow published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Ni Zhihui, Wu Lichun, Zhang Xujin, Yi Jing and Zeng Qiang In view of the established mixing length model with lack of outside China applicability, different forms of flow must be adopted. Firstly, from motion mechanism of mixing-length of the sediment-laden flow, a new mixing-length distribution mode in vertical was deduced by combining flow turbulence theory with applied mathematics theory. Then, the existing typical experimental data were verified well, and by comparing linear distribution and parabolic distribution, the result shows that the distribution is superior to the latter two. Finally, its dynamics lead to mixing-length distribution characteristic is also discussed preliminarily, and influence of the sediment concentration on the distribution of the mixing-length. The established expression on the vertical distribution of the mixing-length is not only simple and explicit, but also better reflects the motion characteristics of the complex flow, for the foundation of further study on the velocity profile of the sediment flow.
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 12% 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.
Studies on The Experimental Control of Dragonfly Larvae Brachythemis Contaminata (Fabr.) (Anisoptera:libellalidae) with Insecticides And Bio Insecticides in the Laboratory published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Manpreet Kaur Singh The studies on the control of odonata larvae Brachythemis contaminata (Fabr.) by insecticides and bioinsecticides were carried out in the laboratory. The results suggest that insecticide and bioinsecticide of different concentrations of Endosulfan, Nuvan, Malathion, Indoneem and a combination of Endosulfan+Indoneem are very effective to eradicate the larvae B. contaminata from fishponds. The present study will be useful for proper preparation of the fish nursery ponds of stocking spawn of carp for better management of fish production practices.

Story Telling Folk Songs Related to Assamese Folktales An Introduction

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mridul Moran

Assamese folk literature is very rich from the component of folk songs. There are many songs related to Assamese folktales. These story telling folk songs are part of the scope of Assamese folk songs. Lakshminath Bezbaruah collected Assamese folktales and compiled three volumes. These are ‘Burhi Aair Sadhu' 1911 , ‘Kokadeuta Aaru Natilora' 1913 , and ‘Junuka' 1913 . The folktale collection ‘Burhi Aair Sadhu' is very popular Assamese folktale collection in the world of Assamese literature. In this paper, an analysis is attempted on the story telling folk songs related to Assamese folktales and the importance of story telling folk songs. The present study is based on analytical method. The primary data collect from the collection of Assamese folktales ‘Burhi Aair Sadhu' by Lakshminath Bezbaruah. Mridul Moran "Story-Telling Folk Songs Related to Assamese Folktales: An Introduction" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23880.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/23880/story-telling-folk-songs-related-to-assamese-folktales-an-introduction/mridul-moran
CARBON SEQUESTRATION RATE, CARBON STORAGE RATE AND BIOMASS ESTIMATION IN MAJOR MULTIPURPOSE AGROFORESTRY TREE SPECIES IN DESTRUCTIVE METHOD. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. Shankar, K.B. Sunitha Devi, B. Joseph, M.A. Aarif Khan Uptake of CO2 from atmosphere and utilization for production of photosynthates at mostly for production of biomass is key principle in CO2 sequestration by plants. The conversion of CO2 to plant carbon differs in plants species mainly due to its genetic nature, photosynthetic rate, energy conversion, age minorly its environment, edaphic factors. The CO2 sequestration rate with the tree differs in different plant parts (bole, stem, foliage) based on its activity. With dwindling forest area agroforesty become alternating source to compensate the forest losses, cultivable land to maintain carbon dioxide balance at optimum level in atmosphere. The present study is on some major six multipurpose trees which include legume and non-legume, timber species were selected within university campus. Among the tree species a comparison is done for estimation of total carbon biomass. Dalbergia sissoo indicated highest total biomass carbon (254.72 kg t-1) and Acacia nilotica (228.42 kg t-1), Albizia lebbeck (219.84 kg t-1) has the lowest values of biomass carbon. The CO2 sequestration rate of above ground parts highest value recorded in Dalbergia sissoo (916.98kg t-1) and lowest in Albizia lebbeck (791.43 kg t-1).Rate of Co2 sequestration is highest in 48% in Dalbergia sissoo and lowest in Albizia lebbeck 43%.
Capture of Two GRBs: 050525 and 100621A by SWIFT Burst Alert Telescope published in

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Sapna Sharma,S.N.A. Jaaffrey,Veena Motwani,Manish Shrimali Timing and spectral data of two GRBs (050525 and 100621A) obtained by SWIFT BAT Mission are anayzed using cross-correlation function (CCF). We established relations between varying energy-flux, energy-lag and energy-luminosity. Different energy bands in GRBs showed lag between them. Luminosity is found to increase for the energy bands (15-25 keV to 50-100 keV) but decreased for the higher band, 100-150 keV. This may be attributed to convergence of bulk matter towards the core under its own gravity during implosion for the formation of black hole in collapsar. Both GRBs exhibited almost similar trends for the flux. The gradient of bulk matter is maximum near the high spinning of the core and as a result outer surface shows decrease in the flux for the high as well as low energy bands.

Modelling and Control of STATCOM in Power System under Fault Conditions

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Simranpreet Singh

This paper deals with compensation of frequently time-variable loads by means of 24 pulse STATCOM controllers. An different faults are considered as a heavily distributing load. The STATCOM system was used to ensure good power quality at the point of common coupling. For analysis of the system performance, the PSCAD EMTDC programme was applied. Simulation models of the load and two types of STATCOM controllers, 12-pulse and 24-pulse, are discussed in the paper. A MATLAB Simulink model of a measurement block is also proposed for power quality assessment. Some results of simulation are presented, which show the compensation effectiveness. Simranpreet Singh ""Modelling and Control of STATCOM in Power System under Fault Conditions"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20314.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/20314/modelling-and-control-of-statcom-in-power-system-under-fault-conditions/simranpreet-singh
 
Institute for Entrepreneurship Development Amongst Farmers- Especially Small and Marginal Land Holders published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Sweta Sanjog Metha The term entrepreneurship is gaining importance in the field of Business management. Study of this subject puts more emphasis on person rather than the business. There are several institutes and organizations like management schools, banks, government organisations and non- government organisations, imparting entrepreneurship training. These institutes target to different groups viz. Management graduates, engineers, science graduates, self- help groups, women, and students specializing in this subject. Needless to say ours is an agrarian economy with a large proportion of population dependent on this sector. If we consider the evolution and development of Indian agriculture, we realize that there is lot of work been done on food security, production and productivity. All these activities are focused on agriculture and not agriculturist. This paper is an attempt to develop an institutional model that would work on imparting entrepreneurial skills amongst farmers
QUANTIFICATION OF DRUGS AND PHARMACEUTICALS USING CHLORAMINE-T AND RHODAMINE-B DYE: A SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tirupathi Baddenapalli1 and Venkateshwarlu Gandu*2 Simple, sensitive and selective methods are developed for the spectrophotometric determination of drugs, viz., Dobutamine hydrochloride, Tramadol hydrochloride, Trimetazidine dihydrochloride, Terazosin and Esmolol hydrochloride, based on their reactivity towards Chloramine-T. The method of each drug depends upon oxidation of drugs by Chloramine-T (Excess) and estimating the amount of unreacted Chloramine-T by Rhodamine-B dye at ?max 557nm. These methods have been applied for the determination of drugs in their pure form as well as in tablet formulations. The effect of excipients has also been studied and found to have no effect. These methods have been validated in terms of guidelines of ICH.
THE IMPACT OF HCV KNOCKDOWN ON STAT3 AND ADI1 EXPRESSION IN HUMAN CON1 CELLS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Shaymaa M. M. Yahya, PhD Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is one of the leading causes of chronic liver disease besides, it is the main causes of liver-related morbidity and mortality. There are many host genes modulate viral infection and are an underappreciated target for antiviral therapy. From the important host genes playing role in HCV infection are STAT3 and ADI1genes. In this study, siRNA targeting the 5'HCV (siHCV) was designed using siVIRUS software. This siRNA Human Con1 cells (Huh-7 expressing HCV con1 I377/NS3-3 replicon). Cells were transfected with the siHCV siRNAs and the all star negative control at 10nM concentrations. RNA was isolated using Qiazol buffer (Qiagen, USA) according to manufacturer instruction. RNA was subsequently cleaned up using RNAeasy mini Kit (Qiagen, USA). HCV, STAT3, and ADI1 copy numbers were quantified using QuantiFast Sybergreen RT-PCR. The copy numbers were normalized to the house keeping beta actin gen. Con1 cell transfection with 10nM siHCV significantly reduced the viral replication as compared to negative control treatment. Consequently, HCV knockdown resulted in significant reduction in both STAT3 and ADI1 gene expression as compared to negative control treatment. The results from this study revealed the strong relation between STAT3 and ADI1 host genes and HCV replication. Consequently, they could be used as potential targets in the fight against HCV infection.
PROCESS VALIDATION OF PARENTERAL FORMULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sudarshan Kakad*, Kiran Wale, Mahesh Balsane, Dr.K.S.Salunkhe, Dr.S.R Chaudhari To validate the reproducibility and consistency of a process, the full defined process is carried out using validated equipment, under the established procedure usually at least 3 times. The process must successfully and consistently meet all acceptance criteria each time, to be considered a validated process. The objective of study is to systemically conduct the validation study pertaining to manufacturing activities of parenteral preparation & confirm that the product manufacture with the present method consistently meets the predetermined specifications and quality attributes. The validation of the reproducibility & consistency of the process is carried out using validated equipment under established procedure usually at least three times. The process must successfully & consistently meet all acceptance criteria each time, to be considered a validated process. Worst case conditions are used for the validation to ensure that the process is acceptable in the extreme case. Sometimes worst case conditions for systems can only really be tested over time & hence must be evaluated using a long term monitoring.
PELLETIZATION: A MOST SIGNIFICANT TECHNOLOGY IN THE PHARMACEUTICALS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pathade Shriram Shankar*, Phadtare Dipti Ganesh, Saudagar Ravindra Bhanudas Pelletization is an agglomeration process that converts fine powders or granules of bulk drugs and excipients into small, free flowing, spherical or semi spherical units, referred to as pellets. Pelletization is a technique that enables the formation of spherical beads or pellets with a mean diameter usually ranging from 0.5 to 2.0 mm. These pellets can eventually be coated and very often used in controlledrelease dosage forms. In present times, the Pelletization technologies are giving much attention as they represent an efficient pathway for manufacture of new drug delivery system .It has good advantage over the conventional dosage form as it leads to an improvement in flow ability, appearance and mixing properties thus avoiding for generation of excessive dust and reduces segregation and remove the undesirable properties and improve the physical and chemical properties of fine powder. The aim of this paper is to review some general aspects about pellets and Pelletization and some common techniques used in the pharmaceutical industry. Pellets are prepared by different techniques, such as extrusion and spheronization, rotogranulation, solution, suspension or powder layering, spray -drying or spray-congealing. Several other alternative methods are currently being developed, such as: hot-melt extrusion, freeze Pelletization, emulsion / solvent evaporati on, granulati on using foamed aqueous binders.

Arduino Based Scientific Calculator

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Ma Hnin Yu Myaing | Ma Naing

This paper describes the implementation of electronic scientific calculator using Arduino. The mathematical process for scientific calculation processes are based on the digital electronic technology. The calculator takes input from a user in real time via a keypad and displays output on a LCD display module. The control, arithmetic algorithm and calculation functions are performed using a Arduino Mega 2560. The prototype of the system is configured and the simulation results for basic mathematical functions and some scientific functions of calculator are expressed with the help of Proteus simulation software. And then the experimental results are tested with the constructed calculator circuit. Ma Hnin Yu Myaing | Ma Naing "Arduino Based Scientific Calculator" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26395.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/26395/arduino-based-scientific-calculator/ma-hnin-yu-myaing

IN VIVO STUDY OF SYNERGISTIC ACTIONS OF GABAPENTIN AND VERAPAMIL ON ACUTE SEIZURE MODELS OF MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Itefaq Hussain Qureshi1, Asiya Rehman2, Muhammad Asif Qureshi3, Muhammad Jawed4, Shabana Usman Simjee1 and Syed M. Shahid5* This study aimed to investigate and evaluate in vivo synergistic anticonvulsant effects of novel regimen of Gabapentin (GBP) and Verapamil (VP) on acute models of seizures in mice. Chemically induced seizures model in mice was employed to evaluate in vivo acute anticonvulsive activity of the GBP and Verapamil VP as well as their effects were compared with reference drugs i.e. Diazepam (DZ)Phenytoin (PHT) and Valproate (VPT). Synergistic anticonvulsive actions of GBP and VP were evaluated by administrating different doses of the GBP and VP. After administration of the Pentylenetetrazole (PTZ) the mice were observed for latency to onset of threshold seizures (LOTS), rearing and falling (R&F) and hind limb tonic extension (HLTE). Combination regimens of GBP and VP exhibited synergistic antiacute seizure effects. Combination therapy demonstrated synergistic anti-seizure effects at all tested doses as the percentage of inhibitory effects of combination therapy was more than sum of the inhibition percentage of individual drugs. The anti-seizure effects of combination therapy were compared to reference drugs and it completely inhibited the seizures which were comparable to the DZ and VPT. Combination therapy in higher doses was equivalent in efficacy to DZ and VPT but it was noted that it was superior to PHT in both LOTS and R&F. This study provides basic work guidelines for the future clinical use of combination therapy of GBP and VP in conditions like status epilepticus and non-epilepticus acute seizures. It ishoped that the parenteral formulations of GBP would provide better treatment option by employing instant combination therapy of GBP and VP for the management of various forms of acute seizures.
Corporate Social Responsibility published in

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Dr. M. Thirumagal Vijaya Corporate Social Responsibility has transformed a lot from the conventional philanthropic doings by big corporate houses and came a long way from just fulfilling the responsibility restricted to paltry welfare of its immediate employees and their families. Indian businesses have a long tradition of engaging in philanthropic and community programmers and entrepreneurs today are effectively using the principles of social-business. They have imbibed the advantage of ethical behavior of their company towards society. Corporate social responsibility aims to embrace responsibility for corporate actions and to encourage a positive impact on the environment and stakeholders including consumers, employees, investors, communities, and others. The Corporate social responsibility is the commitment of the corporate for the equitable growth & sustainable development of the society. Corporate social responsibility is a concept. It is a way of managing a company and making relationships with partners which contributes to improving the reputation and credibility of a company. Under the new Companies Act, 2013, passed by Parliament in August 2013, profitable companies will have to spend at least 2 per cent of their average net profit over the preceding three years on corporate social responsibility activities.
SEASON WISE DISEASE INCIDENCE AND MORTALITY PATTERN OF BENGAL GOATS UNDER VILLAGE CONDITIONS IN NADIA DISTRICT OF WEST BENGAL published in

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Dr. Nirmal Kumar Tudu,Dr. Krishna Kishor Goswami The present study was conducted in Nadia district of West Bengal during January, 2010 to December, 2013 with the specific objective to study on season wise disease incidence and mortality pattern of the Bengal goats under village conditions in Nadia district of West Bengal. The overall disease incidence of pre-weaning kids during pre-weaning stage was found to be 46.15%. The overall mortality pattern of pre-weaning kids during preweaning stage was found to be 9.71%. The overall disease incidence of adult Bengal goats was found to be 10.43%. The overall mortality pattern of adult Bengal goats was found to be 3.03%. Season wise incidence of stillbirth of Bengal goats during summer, monsoon and winter were 12.87%, 10.11% and 6.49% respectively. Mortality due to various diseases in pre-weaning kids and adults could be minimized by identifying the cause and giving proper treatment.
De-escalation of Concentration of Fluorides by Clayware with Alum Salts in Potable Water published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Mohana Rao Abburi1, Divya Jyothi.M2*, H.K.R.Prasad. S1, Vinod. P1 and Zeneba Tedasse1 For de-escalation of fluorides in the potable water, we have enumerable de fluoride techniques of which flocculation, Coagulation, Electro Coagulation, Adsorption, Absorption, have been taken a vital path. This research where it has been successfully adopted by the researchers took place at highlands around 3000 ft from the sea level in Ethiopia Country. We identified various concentrations of fluoride in the ground water around Aksum town of Ethiopia. Aluminum Ammonium Sulphate clayware is the one of the vital methods in the community at economical sustainability for de-escalation of the fluorides in the potable waters. The villages which are surrounded by the Aksum city of Ethiopia have been identified as fluoride contaminated areas and the people of these places (woredas) have been excruciating for the last 25-30 years vigorously with the Fluorosis. Here we concentrate predominantly Longmuir studies to carry this Proposal.
ABOUT SOME CLOUD CHI-SQUARE CRITERION PEARSON published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sagat Zhunisbekov;Arne Jnsson;Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov The purpose of this article is to study the field of application of the distribution, resulting from the distribution of Pearson assuming some errors.
A Comparative Assessment of Service Provided by Private and Public Sector Banks: A Multivariate Analysis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Debasis Bhattacharya, Shuvendu Dey The basic objective of Indian Public Sector Banks and Private Sector Banks is to provide services to the customers and satisfy their needs. In this paper an attempt is made to assess the performance of Public Sector banks and Private Sector Banks in terms of various dimensions of service attributes. This paper examines the performance of public and private sector banks on the basis of most important factors that are considered relevant by the customers. The study reveals that in with regard to some attributes the public sector banks are doing much better than the private banks but private banks are not lagging behind with regard to some important parameters.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BLOOD PRESSURE OF URBAN AND RURAL SCHOOL GOING BOYS OF PUNJAB published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vishaw Gaurav1, Mukhwinder Singh2*, Pankaj Bhanot3, Sandeep4 and Ved Parkash5 The purpose of this study was to compare the blood pressure between urban and rural school going boys of Punjab. A sample of fifty school going boys (Urban: N1= 50; the mean age is 14.9 0.84 years; the mean height is 149.21 1.01cm; the mean weight is 47.912.03 kg and mean BMI is 21.42 0.99. and Rural:N2 = 50; the mean age is 14.9 0.84 years; the mean height is 149.61 1.38 cm; the mean weight is 45.43 0.75kg and the mean BMI is 20.25 0.51) were selected from different schools of Punjab, India. Height measurements were taken by using the standard anthropometric rod to the nearest 0.5 cm. The subjects weight was measured with portable weighing machine to the nearest 0.5 kg. Blood pressure measurements were made by using a standard mercury sphygmomanometer. The independent samples t-test was applied to assess the differences of blood pressure between urban and rural school going boys. Results indicated that urban boys had significantly more body weight (p?0.05), body mass index (p?0.05), systolic and diastolic blood pressure (p?0.05) values as compare to rural boys.
Studies On Some Benzoyl Hydrazone Derivatives published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Meghana E. Mhadaye, R. M. Patil The different hydrazones are obtained by condensation of 2-hydroxy benzohydrazide with various aldehydes viz. p-methoxybenzaldehyde, benzaldehyde, p-methylbenzaldehyde, p-bromobenzaldehyde and ?-naphthaldehyde. The hydrazone derivatives have been characterized by elemental analysis and various spectral techniques such as UV, IR, 1H- NMR, mass spectroscopy.
Problems of Women Entrepreneur in India-Suggestions to Improve published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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G. SANDHYA LATHA, V. SIRISHA CHAMUNDES WARI India has certainly emerged as the testing ground for budding Indian women entrepreneurs. Indian women are not only educated, talented, confident, assertive, ambitious, career oriented but they also know their minds! This helps them to juggle the tasks, manage all the chores and strike a fine balance between the professional, and personal lives. Hence, foresight time-management ability, patience, negotiating and budgeting skills of an entrepreneur are ingrained in the modern woman. Today, women have demonstrated their multitasking ability. Women entrepreneurs can certainly initiate, organize, plan and operate their small and medium venture efficiently. For those women without high professional qualifications and those who are from a lower economic sector, entrepreneurship is a means of earning money and contributing to the family income. However, the challenge for the larger sections of women in India lies in crossing the threshold, overcoming barriers and discovering their own potential and identity. The climate is most conductive today and the time is right.
An Overview on the Economic Impacts of Animal Trypanosomiasis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Angara T-E.E, Ismail A. A, Ibrahim A.M. Animal diseases constitute a major impeder to the development process. Zoonoses in particular are an important constraint to human development and ability for increased agricultural production. Setting priorities for disease control is an essential element for decision making process especially in resource deficit conditions. The socio-economic studies play a vital role for the priority setting of diseases control. The objective of this review was to focus on what had been written in literature on the socioeconomic aspects of Animal Trypanosomiasis. More than 20 papers on the subject were consulted, and the findings were categorized to qualitative and quantitative impacts. The result showed that worldwide the disease has serious socio-economic impacts especially in Africa. The results were discussed and conclusions were drawn.
Role of Tens and Recent Advances in Management of Tmj: A Review published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Rajesh Gupta, Dr. Preety Gupta Background and Purpose The purpose of this review was to assess the evidence concerning the effectiveness of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) in the management of Temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Methods A literature search of published and unpublished articles resulted in the retrieval of 13 potential articles. Discussion.13 article were reviewed ,out of which one study favors effectiveness of TENS in the management of TMD .eight study evidence for the use of TENS in combination with other therapies to reduce pain and to improve oral opening. However, in another two studies no significant result found in TENS as compared to Occlusal splint therapy. One study favors Micro current electrical nerve (MENS) stimulation over TENS .one study favors muscular awareness relaxation training over TENS. Conclusion In the presented review, 8study out of 13 studies were in support of the effectiveness of TENS as an therapeutic module in alleviating pain in TMD patients.
Nanomaterials and Its Application- A Review published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
R. P. Ugwekar1,G. P. Lakhawat 2* In the field of technologies, nanotechnology plays a great role. Nanotechnology made our lives easier, faster, smarter, and very convenient in the field of pleasure. Nanotechnology is a very vast field in which the matter is of great concern in the nanometer scale. Nanotechnology in the simple language can be defined as the study of matter in around the size of 1-100 nm. These nanotechnologies that we see in our daily life are mainly comprised of the nanoparticles of various sizes under 100 nm and these nanoparticles refer to the nanomaterials and the nanobiomaterials which are of great use to the human kind. Many industries around the world are showing their interest presently to this field of nanotechnology and it provides an important transformation to that industry as well as to the human beings working there as its provides a great opportunity for the unemployed talented people to work under this technology. There are certain disadvantages too for these nanotechnologies because being so small in size, one cannot judge the presence of these materials in the surrounding and hence it may enter into the human body and can cause severe damages but even then we cannot say them as harmful invention. All solid nanoparticles with high thermal conductivity can be used as additives of nanofluids. These nanoparticles that have been usually used in the nanofluids include: metallic particles (Cu, Al, Fe, Au, Ag, etc.), and nonmetallic particles (Al2O3, CuO, Fe3O4, TiO2, SiC, carbon nanotube, etc.).
Study on Ocular Surface Disorders in Intensive Care Unit Patients published in

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Dr.Somesula Anuradha, Dr.Pushpa latha, Dr.K.Bharani kumar reddy, Dr.B Latha The aim of our study was to determine the ocular surface disorders in intensive care units patients, identifying predisposing factors, assessing the effectiveness of eye care being practiced in intensive care units. A prospective study was done at intensive care, government general hospital, on 200 consecutive patients from May 2011 to October 2012.Of these, 65 patients had ocular surface problems. These were treated with simple measures like lid taping, topical application of lubricants and new method of preventive eye care that is usage of polyethy
The Success and Faliures in Implants published in

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Dr. Roshan Bang , Dr.Khadtare Yogesh R, Dr.Mali Amita M, Dr.Chaudhari Amit U, Dr.Waghmare Pramod F, Dr. Navneet Kaur This review summarizes the current knowledge concerning the success and failures in implants. It recommends a general dentist with a knowledge and information regarding inclusion of an implant in a treatment plan. A key part of implant therapy is the assessment process in which an attempt is made to identify variables that increase the risk of complications leading to implant failure. Success is often difficult to define since it implies that a large number of criteria have been met such as stability, functionality, little or no change in bone support, acceptable esthetics and overall patient satisfaction. Apart from success, we have implant survival which is simply defined as any implant that remains in place at the time of evaluation, regardless of any outward signs, symptoms or history of problems. Lastly, we have implant failure which is the result of events that may jeopardize or prevent Osseo integration from occurring, or is due to the loss of already obtained Osseo integration (functional ankylosis). The authors have researched and compiled their knowledge regarding a treatment option which has a high degree of success and has been preferred by practitioners.
Ergonomic evaluation of computer workstation used by female employees in Ludhiana district published in

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KHUSHDEEP KAUR, HARPINDER KAUR AND M.K. SIDHU Workstation design from an ergonomics perspective can effectively enhance productivity and minimize stress through the interaction between various system components. Ergonomic interventions are most commonly used to reduce work related neck and upper limb symptoms, but physical activity also plays an important role in making the person active and hence, symptom free (Sharma et al., 2009). Poor design of workplace resulted in adopting awkward postures, which in turn affected the ability to do work efficiently and productive. Proper posture is considered to be a state of musculo-skeletal balance that involves a minimal amount of stress or strain to the body. Therefore, a study was conducted to do the ergonomic evaluation of computer workstation used by female employees in Ludhiana district. A total of 120 female employees were taken as respondents. A pre-structured interview schedule was used to ergonomically evaluate the work station design of female VDT users. The results showed that due to improper dimension and placement of workstation accessories lead to postural discomfort.

The effect of Essential oils on Mutlit-drugs resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa (MDRPA)

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Annals of Tropical Medicine & Public Health

Published by Africa Health Research Organization

Lubna Abdulazeem, Hadeel Alaa Alrubaei, Farah Tareq Al-Alaq, Yasir H Al-Mawlah, Ali Shakir Obed

One hundred twenty five isolate of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from different clinical specimens of patient’s in Al-Hilla, General teaching hospital, in Babylon, Iraq. These samples are fully characterized & identified by standard bacteriological procedures, used biochemical test & VITEK2 system compact. P. aeruginosa is intrinsically resistant to variety of antimicrobials & can develop resistance during anti-pseudomonal chemotherapy both of which compromise treatment of infections caused by this organism. Antimicrobial susceptibility pattern was carried out by the Kirby- Bauer disk diffusion method as per CLSI guidelines. Susceptibility test for anti-pseudomonas drugs show multi-resistant to most drugs except colistin and there was resistance to Ampcillin (80%) Carbenicillin (98%) Chloramphenicol (99%) Rifampin (97%), Imipenem (35%) mcropenem(36%), Tetracycline(89%) and colistin(0%). Traditional medicines are trusted as a source of potential antimicrobial agent thus essential oil from source like medical plants, herbs are used. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the antibacterial properties of essential oil such as: Syzygium aromaticcum (clove oil), Allium sativum (Garlic oil), Origanum majorana (majora oil), and Cinnamonumn zeylanicum (cinnamon oil). These oils expressed antimicrobial activity against clinical isolated of P. aeruginosa. Cinnamon oil had strong inhibitory against MDR strains are compared with other oil
Non-Linear Regression Models for Heart Attack Data An Empirical Comparison published in

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V. Vallinayagam, S. Prathap, P. Venkatesan Non linear regression is a popular statistical tool that has been used successfully in different areas of research. The Cox proportional hazard model has achieved widespread use in the analysis of time-to-event data with censoring and covariates. The covariates may change their values over time. A frailty model is a random effects model for time variables, where the random effect (the frailty) has a multiplicative effect on the hazard. It can be used for univariate (independent) failure times, i.e., to describe the influence of unobserved covariates in a proportional hazards model. The aim of this paper is to compare the performance of Cox proportional hazard model, Cox time dependent model and Frailty model using Heart attack data. The result shows that Cox time dependent model is better than other models.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE PORTRAYAL OF PAKISTANI AND INDIAN CRICKETERS ON ELECTRONIC MEDIA published in

The International Asian Research Journal (TIARJ)

Published by Z. A Malik
Zafar Ali Cricket is the second-most widely played game in the world after football, and it is popular in the most populous nations of South Asia. The media hugely cover this event especially when Pakistan and India are playing against each other. The comparison of players and special broadcasts are made regarding this game. Similarly at large level, Media is the platform which depicts the image of our country and people at large level. In cricket matches enthusiasm is created through media and our team is appreciated and considered among best. Positive self image is presented on television and news programs are based on it. A negative self image which can distort our image is less presented or is abolished. The Study was conducted to check the comparative portrayal of Indian and Pakistani cricketers on Indian media as well as on Pakistani media. Like the positive and negative portrayal of Indian cricketers on Indian media, positive and negative portrayal of Pakistani cricketers on Pakistani media, positive and negative portrayal of Indian cricketers on Pakistani media and positive and negative portrayal of Pakistani cricketers on Indian media. After determine this, a comparative portrayal is presented. It has been seen that every media while comparing their own side with the rival country's side, always portray themselves more positively while attribute negative properties to the opponent. Keywords: Pak-India relations. Electronic Media. Media Framing. Social identity. Content Analysis
Optimization of the environmental and physiological factors affecting microbial caffeine degradation and its application in caffeinated products published in

Basic Research Journal of Microbiology

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
El- Mched F, Olama Z and Holail H Ten bacterial isolates were tested for their ability to utilize caffeine as the sole source of carbon and nitrogen source. The isolates identified as Pseudomonas stutzeri Gr 21 ZF showed 59% of 1.2 g/l caffeine degradation in 24 hrs when caffeine was used as the sole source of carbon and nitrogen source. In this study, the physical parameters viz, incubaton time, temperature, culture volume, inoculums size and pH were carried out to select a suitable conditions that lead to maximum caffeine degradation. The optimum values were found to be 48hrs, 50 ml, 3ml and 7 respectively. In the presence of sucrose (5g/l), 80.1 % degradation of caffeine was achieved in 48 hrs. The addition of inorganic source NH4Cl2 and KNO3 increase the caffeine degradation to 80.2% and 86% respectively. The critical medium components viz: Na2HPO4, KH2PO4, caffeine, sucrose, MgSO4.7H2O, CaCl2, Fe2+ affecting the caffeine degradation were determined by Plackett- Burman design. The optimum concentration that lead to 99.07% of caffeine degradation with 10% of crude enzyme were found to be 0.2 g/l; 2.6 g/l; 0.3g/l; 0.6 g/l; 10 g/l; 5g/l and 0.02% respectively Keywords: Caffeine degradation, microbial degradation, medium composition, Plackett-Burman.
Prediction of outcome of severe falciparum malaria in Kolhapurin western India: A hospitalbased study published in

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Ashwinkumar Waghmode,Pranay Gandhi Background and Objectives: A hospital-based study was conducted to elucidate the different severe clinical presentations of falciparum malaria and to examine the critical clinical and laboratory parameters on the prognosis of these severe manifestations Materials and Methods: Continuous and normal distributed data were compared by two-tailed Students t-test and proportions compared with?2 tests with Yates correction or Fishers exact test. Results and Discussion: A total of 1320 patients with clinical malaria, diagnosed at outpatients department were admitted in the hospital during the 1 year study period of which, 292 (22.1%) were children under 14 years of age. The major clinical categories on admission were hyperpyrexia (70.7%), cerebral malaria (9.4%), malarial anemia (7.7%), algid malaria (1.5%), and malaria associated categories were respiratory infection (2.2%), hepatitis (2.0%), urinary tract infection (1.8%), enteric fever (3.3%), and sickle cell disease (1.2%
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.
DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION FOR 2011-2013 published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Igor Viktorovich Balynin The article presents the results of the analysis of small businesses (excluding micro-enterprises) in the Russian Federation in 2011-2013, on four key indicators: number; average number of employees; turnover in monetary terms and in relation to GDP. The study was conducted as in the whole of the Russian Federation and by federal districts
Destiny sans Predetermination : Understanding The Nature of Human Destiny published in

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Dr. Jatinder Kumar Sharma The paper proposes to understand the nature and concept of human destiny by undertaking a critical evaluation of Spenglers concept of destiny. First section seeks to give a brief description of his conception of destiny. In the next section a critical appraisal of Spenglers concept of destiny is undertaken. This churning is used for differentiating the concept of destiny from predestiny, which is pursued in the subsequent section.
Standardization and studies on preparation of roat published in

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RITESH BALASO WATHARKAR, M. RAHUL THORAT AND ALAMGIR NAZIR SHANEDIWAN One such product is roat. It has the whole wheat shoji, jaggery, ghee, dry fruits, milk and spices. This is the most healthiest and nutritionals forms of cookies. Consumption of ghee in appropriate quantity is always advisable. The was prepared from wheat flour incorporated with bran fibre in different proportion viz., T0 is without bran fibre,T1 with 20 per cent wheat bran,T2 30 per cent wheat bran and T3 with 40 per cent wheat bran. Overall average score for the finished product including control rasnged in between 7.7 to 8.31. The overall average score for T0, T1, T2 and T3 were 7.73, 7.7, 8.31 and 7.96, respectively. This clearly indicate that the overall average score of T2 is greater than other combinations. The overall acceptability has a cumulative effect of parameters like general appearance and texture etc. Hence, finally it could be stated further that incorporation of wheat bran at the rate of 10, 20 and 30 per cent of fiour could be safely done to formulate finished product which will have acceptability and good market.
A RESEARCH PAPER ON MARKET SURVEY OF AURANGABAD FOR PROMOTION OF MIDC INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY ASSENT REFERENCE & DIRECTORY PVT. LTD. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
D. B. Bagul , The research consist study of Market Survey of Aurangabad for Promotion of MIDC Industrial Directo ry for Assent Reference & Directory in Aurangabad region for MIDC & Non MIDC. In today's competitive world while entering in the market it is very necessary to have good knowledge of the potential of a particular market.
Cost effective opportunities in electrical energy management for dairy industry published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.A. CHAUDHARY, J.B. UPADHYAYANDA.G. CHAUDHARI Energy is a critical input for the production and consumption activities in the development of economy of any country. In addition to land, labour and capital, energy are the four factors for the production of dairy product. In dairy industry, Energy conservation (EC) is not the suppression of demand for energy use in dairy industry, but efficient use of more and more energy and steep rejection of its wastage. Electrical energy is the most widely used form of convectional energy. Processing of milk and milk products require considerable amount of energy in the terms of the heat and electricity. A major amount of electricity is used for running motors, fan, blowers, and lighting the plant building. Typically, in dairy plant, 80 per cent cost is of milk and remaining 20 per cent comprises of the other variable and fixed costs. The energy cost reflects to ~ 4 per cent of the expenditure. Hence, any attempt to efficiently manage the energy costs will influence the processing costs. The use of energy efficient pump set, soft starter for motor control, variable frequency drive, DG set, etc. in dairy industry would save immense electricity. The removal of incandescent lamps and the use of higher power factor tube light would also save electricity. In the advanced countries, fluorescent tubes are manufactured which are five times as efficient as incandescent lamps. Installing high efficiency motors can reduce energy use, as pumps and aeration systems can contribute 50-90 per cent of the total energy and Capacitor can be connected across large motors to maintain healthy P.F.(between 0.9 to 0.98) correction.
GC-MS ANALYSIS OF PHYTOCHEMICAL COMPOUNDS PRESENT IN ZEHNERIA SCABRA (L.F.) SOND. (TUBER), ORMOCARPUM SENNOIDES (WILLD) DC. (LEAF) AND BAUHINIA TOMENTOSA L. (LEAF) published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
M. Thamacin Arulappan*, S. John Britto, Ignace Kindo The investigation was carried out to determine the presence of secondary metabolites in Zehneria scabra (tuber), Ormocarpum sennoides (leaf) and Bauhinia tomentosa (leaf) by the qualitative analysis of Preliminary Phytochemical Screening and also other possible chemical components present in them were studied through GC-MS analysis. GC-MS analysis showed about 33 phytochemicals in Zehneria scabra and 18 phytochemicals in Ormocarpum sennoides and 25 phytochemicals in Bauhinia tomentosa (leaf). A wide range of fatty acids, heterocyclic compound which are having antifungal anti -inflammatory antibiotic activity, antioxidant were identified so that these medicinal plants can be recommended as a plant of phytopharmaceutical importance.
Corruption in Public istribution System A Micro Analysis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
V. CHANDRA SEKARAN Our Governments primary role to its citizen is to assure food for all. To carry out this, the Government of India under Ministry of Consumer affairs, Food and Public Distribution distributes food materials to the State Governments and it is a joint venture of both the governments to fulfil the very basic need of the people. The Central Government has established Ration shops in several States across the Country. In 2014-15, Our Finance Minister allocated1.15 trillion rupees for food subsidy. But, in reality the people living below poverty line have not been benefitted by the food subsidy provided by the government due to corruption from top to bottom. There are as many examples about corruption in public distribution. I just present one state as an example. The state of Andhra Pradesh has a population of 21million households as per census of 2011, but they have issued 24.5 million below poverty line card holders to get food subsidy. For every BPL card holder the family receives 35 kgs rice or wheat at subsidized price. This simply proves that 3.5 million cards are forged and it further paves way to receive the subsidized food items the same in the open market at a higher rate. Thus, this articles tries to elaborate the system is not functioning in a proper manner and also focuses on how to eradicate and provide healthy subsidised food to the people those who are really living below the poverty line.
Sense and Sensibility in Supervision published in

International Body Psychotherapy Journal

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Sibylle Huerta Krefft This article addresses enhancing supervisory knowledge and skills through the dimension of body psychotherapy, which has received decisive support for its empirical and theoretical approach through recent neurobiological findings. Learning, including learning under supervision, is related to the structure of the relationship between the parties involved and is most effective when the body and emotions are engaged. Learning is a bodily process and can be described neuroscientifically. Stress in the short term reduces learning potential and long-term performance anxiety leads to burnout. Utilization of the pulsation model of body psychotherapy can also, on the career level, help to alleviate exaggerated expectations. Critical instability, in fact, is necessary for change. The goal of this paper is to clearly outline the relevance of body psychotherapy for supervision and at the same time to caution against an all too great simplification. In view of the continual rise in stress-related illnesses, this approach is becoming increasingly important.
Human Amniotic Membrane: Can it be a Ray of Hope in Periodontal Regeneration? published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Supriya Mishra, Dr. Shweta Singh Periodontal diseases leading to deterioration of tooth-supporting structures are a serious concern for clinicians. Conventional and existing treatment procedures are not predictable and are associated with a relatively high degree of variability and usually insufficient to promote the regeneration of damaged structures. However, in the emerging field of regenerative medicine, the mesenchymal stem cells derived from human amniotic membrane has given us a ray of hope. The clinical application of amniotic membrane not only maintains the structural and anatomical configuration of regenerated tissues, but also contributes to the enhancement of healing through reduction of post-operative scarring and subsequent loss of function and providing a rich source of stem cells.
Isolation Stem Cells from Human Dental Pulps and Differentiation them to Adiposite and Osteoblast published in

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Farzaneh Jabari1*, Javad Mohammadnejad2, Kamal Yavari3 Objective: In this study we tried to isolated stem cells from human primary dental pulp. These cells are capable of differentiating into a variety of cell types including neural cells, adipocytes, odontoblasts and osteoblast. Background & Aim: Among different source for stem cells less attention has been paid to the human dental pulp. Human dental pulps are the best and new source for stem cells and have potential to different to all kinds of cells. So the aim of this study was to evaluate the pulp ability for produce stem cells. Materials and Methods: Normal exfoliated human deciduous incisors collected from 6 to 12 years old children. The pulp was separated from the crown and digested with trypsin. Stem cells cultured in DMEM (Dulbeccos Modified Eagles Medium), supplemented with 20% fetal bovine serum in a 37C incubator with 5% CO2. The cells were differentiated into the osteoblastic and adipocytic lineages in different subcultures. Result: Stem cells are able to growth and proliferate unlimitedly and differentiate to all kinds of the cells in human body. Their life time is very long and they remain their potential for long periods of time. For this reasons today many physicians and researchers consider them as a therapeutic agent to cure diseases. One of the most important advantaged of dental pulp stem cells is that isolated from primary dental that are thrown away usually. Various scaffolds have been used to cell culture. Stem cells were observed to grow in colony forming units, mainly composed of a fibroblast-like cell population. Conclusion: This study show that pulp contains cells with high proliferation capacity. The cells can be used for clinical application. Cells can be considered as an easy accessible source of mesenchymal stem cells for stem cell research and tissue engineering.
Wealth maximization: An empirical analysis of Bonus Shares and Right Issue published in

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Dr. Jeelan Basha.V In financial management, wealth is defined as value of the shareholders equity. It is generally agreed in theory that financial goal of the firm should be maximization of shareholders wealth as reflected in the market value of the firms shares. The financial manger must know financial engineering and strategies to be adopted in influencing the market price of shares; otherwise he would find himself unable to maximize the market price of the companys shares. The paper is a study on the bonus and right issue which are some of the important factors for maximizing shareholders wealth. So the basic objectives of the study are to know the relationships of bonus issue and right issue made by the company with EPS and MPS of their stocks. The results depicts that bonus issues does not make significant difference on EPS and MPS of stocks. Further, moderate degree of correlation was found between the variables. Also negative correlation was established between MPS and bonus issue on the contrary, EPS illustrated a positive value of correlation with bonus issues. Right issue shares do not influence earning per share but not market price per share. There is a high degree of positive correlation of EPS and MPS with pre and post right issue of shares respectively
Clinical evaluation of the pediatric airway obstruction and radioimaging published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Nitin Sharma Acute airway obstruction due to any cause can be life threatening. Evaluation and management of a child with an airway obstruction is urgency, recognition of the condition and appropriate management at right time is what is required. In this review we have tried to compile the common causes of pediatric airways obstruction and the management protocol for these conditions. An extensive data search was done in pubmed, medline and google scholar regarding available literature and protocols on the topic and the results have been complied. Keywords: Respiratory distress, airway obstruction, pediatric assessment triangle
PHARMACOSOMES: A NOVEL CARRIER FOR TARGETED AND CONTROLLED VESICULAR DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vijay Kumar Singh*, Anand Patel, Dinesh Chandra, Kamlesh.K.Yadav Vesicular drug delivery system showed application in targeted and controlled drug delivery and transport the active agent to the tissue through biological barriers. Novel vesicular drug delivery carrier intend to delivery the drug at a rate directed by the need of body during the period of treatment and channel the active moity to the site of action providing target. Pharmacosomes are one of the most promising approaches for this system to increase the bioavailability of drug substance, improve drug stability, and prolong the existence of the drug in systemic circulation and target drugs to specific site in the body. Pharmacosomes are amphiphilic, colloidal dispersion prepared from drug lipid conjugates with or without additional surfactant. Targeted pharmacosomal drug delivery system is very useful in caner therapy because such pharmacosomes should selectively localize anticancer drug at the tumour site, thus reducing the toxicity of the drug to normal cell and improving their therapeutic activity. The great advantages of pharmacosomes are it may be minimize drug degradation and diminised the toxicity (GIT).
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A REVERSED-PHASE HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF METFORMIN AND GLICLAZIDE IN TABLET DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Gandla. Kumara Swamy*, 2N. Ravindra, 2Ch.Anjali. A simple, accurate, rapid and precise isocratic reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic method has been developed and validated for simultaneous determination of Metformin and Gliclazide in tablets. The chromatographic separation was carried out on an Cosmosil ODS analytical column (2504.6 mm; 5?m) with a mixture of Methanol: Hplc grade water pH 6 adjusted with Orthophosphoric acid(70:30, v/v) as mobile phase; at a flow rate of 1 ml/min. UV detection was performed at 235 nm. The retention times were 2.50 and 6.02 min. for Metformin and Gliclazide, respectively. Calibration plots were linear (r2>0.998) over the concentration range 5-30?g/ml for Metformin and 1-6?g/ml Gliclazide. The method was validated for accuracy, precision, specificity, linearity, and sensitivity. The proposed method was successfully used for quantitative analysis of tablets. No interference from any component of pharmaceutical dosage form was observed. Validation studies revealed that method is specific, rapid, reliable, and reproducible. The high recovery and low relative standard deviation confirm the suitability of the method for routine determination of Metformin and Gliclazide in bulk drug and tablets dosage form.
Assessment The Efficacy of Kisan Mobile Advisory An Ict Tool for Agricultural Extension And Rural Development published in

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B.S. Kansana,Pradeep Singh Kushwaha, Pushpendra Singh,A.K. Singh In present scenario agriculture being highly skill oriented and technical intensive needed to high priority. At present the ratio of farmers to one extension worker is quite low (1000: 1). Apart from less in number appointed RAEO or other extension workers disseminate the agricultural knowledge without having much accountability and expertise. This issue has created a gap between improved agriculture technologies and the end user ( farmers). To address the issue Kisan Mobile Advisory Service (KMAS) was launched for sending information through Short Message Service (SMS) in Datia district through Krishi Vigyan Kendra Datia during 201112. The content of message was typed in Hindi language and information related to crop production, vegetable and fruit production, Insect pest control, horticulture, dairy farming, goatary, weather forecasting, Post harvest management and other agriculture and allied related information sent to end user. To evaluate the sending information and usefulness of information present study was constitutes, survey of 80 farmers 10 RAEOs and 10 Input dealer of district during 2013-14. Results of survey showed the majority of respondent agree about need based availability of information (95%), Easy to understand (85.83%), SMS work as reminder (97.91%), KMA gives alert to agricultural operations (100%), Save time and Money (96.66%), Appropriate information on time (97.91%), increase in productivity (84.16%) and Improvement in agricultural operation (85.83%).
TPACK published in

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Prof. Hemant Lata Sharma, Leena Sharma This paper explores the development of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK). Nowadays, technology application and integration has become a necessity in teaching and learning processes which demanded high technological knowledge. To describe teachers integration of ICTs in their classroom practices, Mishra & Koehler(2006) proposed TPACK model (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge) has become known as a useful overarching conceptual framework that builds on Shulmans formulation of Pedagogical Content Knowledge. The intention of this paper is to run an in-depth analysis of TPACK to contribute to a profound theoretical conceptualization of pre service teachers knowledge base that embeds ICT knowledge and serve to guide structuring teacher education programs.

Kinetic and conductivity study to oxidation drug ketone ,using iodoform in basic medium

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Journal of Bioscience and Applied Research

Published by Biobacta

Layla A.Al-Juber, Gazwan H.Al-Somaidaie, Ayad S.Hamed, Shemaa H.Abdullah

Iodoform oxidation for drug ketone(spusforonion) at room temperature by using the conductivity study and spectrophotometric in basic medium . The conductivity study showed that molar conductance values were decreased with increasing of time at (2×10-4-4×10-4) concentration ,while at ( 5×10-4-6×10-4) the value of molar conductance was increased , due to the reaction in presence of basic medium and apply the Helmy’s theory of oxidation solutions was applied in ethanol for the initial infinity Molaric conductivity Ʌοat 250  ̊was found the liner relationship between the lnɅ and C1/2for the weak electrodes . The second study was the spectrophotometric in basic medium which showed that the reaction is related to the  first order for the oxidation drug concentration  by the iodofrom.

USE OF E-COMMERCE IN PROFESIONAL published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
BHUPENDER The present study was an attempt to find out the difference among male and female accounting professionals regarding impact of E-commerce on accounting professionals. A sample of 75 accounting professionals (50 males + 25 females) from district Rohtak were taken as a sample on the basis of random sampling method. A self-made questionnaire was used to collect the data. The statistical techniques Mean, standard deviation and 't' test were used to analyse the difference. The findings of the study revealed that (i) It was found that the female accounting professionals were found to have more favourable attitude the statement, the e-commerce system "Affecting electronic commerce on the speed and capacity of the work of the accounting system" as compared to male accounting professionals; (ii) It was found that the female accounting professionals were found to have more favourable attitude regarding the statement, that the "E-commerce affects the capability of an auditor positively" as compared to male accounting professionals; and (Hi) It was found that the female accounting professionals were found to have more favourable attitude regarding the statement, that the "Limitations of E-commerce technology affects the accounting information systems negatively" as compared to male accounting professionals.

Screening and interaction between pathogens and antagonistic seed-borne fungi, associated with some organic spices and vegetable crops in Tunisia

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Ibtissem Ben Salem; Yosra Abdelkhalek; Houssem Nabli; Neji Tarchoun; Naima Boughalleb-M’Hamdi

Seed-borne pathogenic and antagonistic fungi were isolated from the same organic vegetable and spice seeds (carrot, fennel, broad bean, faba bean, and lettuce), and the interaction between them were studied as a part of a biocontrol assay. In vitro dual culture assay between each pathogen and the antagonists on PDA medium was made, which led to the inhibition of the pathogens mycelial growth. According to results generated for fennel seed-borne fungi, direct confrontation of the five pathogens (Botrytis cinerea, Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, Cladosporium cladosporiodes, Cladosporium link and Bispora sp.), with Aspergillus niger and Penicillium digitatum showed an inhibition of radial growth above 50%. For lettuce; the highest inhibition was recorded by Trichoderma harzianum in confrontation with S. sclerotiorum, and P. digitatum in confrontation with Alternaria alternata. For carrot, three fungal pathogens were identified as: A. alternata, A. solani and Pythium sp., which were faced with three antagonists (P. chrysogenum, A. niger and T. harzianum), and showed radial inhibition about 50%. Concerning broad bean and baba bean; only A. alternta was isolated, and has been confronted with T. harzianum, P. digitatum, and P. italicum. During in vivo assays on fennel plant in the greenhouse; a disease severity index caused by various pathogens alone and in combination with antagonists compared to control plants, was recorded. According to results observed, fennel plants inoculated with B. cinerea and treated curatively with P. digitatum and preventively with A. niger; recorded a low disease severity index value of 0.22. This work was carried out to find effective seed-borne bioagents that could cause in vitro and in vivo inhibition of the growth of several fungal pathogens of vegetables; thus could be applied in the field for the biocontrol of fungal spice and vegetable crops diseases.

A Study on Short-Term And Long-Term Solvency Of Nestle Pvt Ltd published in

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MILY WILLIAMS The present investigation was aimed at studying the NESTLE PVT LTD during the year 2012-2014. The study was based on the secondary data. Statistical tools used in this project are short-term solvency ratio and long- term solvency ratio. Hence the result of the short-term solvency ratio is not satisfactory and the long-term solvency is moderate which will have improved by paying due attention.

A Study of Rehabilitation of CKD Patient's on Hemodialysis in Tribal Population

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Dolly Ajwani Ratre | Rashmi Nande | Navin Kumar Ratre

Chronic kidney disease CKD worldwide is rising markedly becoming a priority public health problem. The progression of CKD cause functional limitation and severe disability with poor quality of life. The aim of present review was to highlight the effect of rehabilitation in CKD and ESRD subjects. The rehabilitative process is unique in treating disabled people according to a holistic approach with the aim of supporting a persons independent living and autonomy. CKD are associated with an increased risk of functional impairment, independent of age, gender, and co-morbidities. Clinicians should counsel patients with CKD including frail elder people to increase physical activity levels and target that regular physical activity including aerobic or endurance exercises training benefits health. In old subjects with CKD and multiple functional impairments, the traditional disease based model should be changed to individualized patient-centered approach that prioritizes patient preferences. Patients receiving haemodialysis have a considerably lower exercise tolerance, functional capacity, and more muscle wasting than healthy subjects or patients with less severe CKD. Exercise training or comprehensive multi-dimensional strategy and goal-oriented intervention should be also provided in ESRD older subjects. Structured prevention programs based on reducing the risk factors for CKD and rehabilitative strategies could reduce disability occurrence. 1 Rehabilitation Medicine and Neuro-Rehabilitation Unit, Scientific Institute, Hospital 'Casa Sollievodella Sofferenza, San Giovanni Rotondo Foggia , Italy Dr. Dolly Ajwani Ratre | Rashmi Nande | Navin Kumar Ratre ""A Study of Rehabilitation of CKD Patient's on Hemodialysis in Tribal Population"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20267.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/urology/20267/a-study-of-rehabilitation-of-ckd-patient%E2%80%99s-on-hemodialysis-in-tribal-population/dr-dolly-ajwani-ratre
 
DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY AND DIABETIC RETINOPATHY AS MAJOR HEALTH BURDENS IN MODERN ERA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Tapan Behl1, Ishneet Kaur2, Dr. Heena Goel3, Dr. Rajesh K. Pandey4 Diabetes mellitus is a chronic endocrine disorder characterized by abnormally high levels of glucose in the blood a condition called hyperglycemia, which exposes the body to a wide number of other medical complications which adversely affect the body. Among these complications, the ones which are the most detrimental and unwholesome include Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetic Retinopathy.Both of these are referred to as the microvascular impediments bestowed by the repercussions of diabetes mellitus. These two disorders have become a paramount ground of fret owing to the large population of the world suffering from diabetes today. Such complications of diabetes are even more menacing than the disease itself. Large masses being inevitably getting affected by these is a major reason of concern for the health associates worldwide. Therefore, there is an utmost need to comprehend and perceive the causes, risk factors, pathophysiology and outcomes of both these medical conditions so that everyone could be made aware of the devastating effects that such conditions exert on their lives. This would help every individual, who is at risk of developing these, realize the obligation of taking the adequate measures and preventive steps in order to eradicate and grub out these dire disorders which could prove to be extremely catastrophic.
FACTORES DE RIESGO ASOCIADOS A LEPTOSPIROSIS EN HATOS BOVINOS DE PEREIRA, 2002-2005 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Andrs Geovanny Zuluaga Len Introduction: the serological prevalence of the bovine leptospirosis disease was analyzed in the rural area of the municipality of Pereira, State of Risaralda, Colombia, in order to find out its actual situation. Methods: during this period, 1789 heads of cattle in 158 cattle estates, coming from 88 different farms, were evaluated through a technique of microscopic agglutination of live antigens, Results: the results show a global prevalence of leptospirosis of 16.4% in animals and 32.5% in estates. The predominant serovar was hardjo with 45.7% and the antibody titles found were at very low levels between 1:50 (51.5%) 1:100 (45.3%). Discussion: the risk factors that were found are the presence of rodents, the proximity to garbage disposal areas, areas with humid climates and presence of wetlands in pastures, poor management of disinfection in the property and the presence of other animal species close to cattle in the farm.

Touch Less Touch Screen Technology

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

D. Gokila | P. Kiruthika

It was the touch screens which initially created a great outbreak. Gone are the days when you have to fiddle with the touch screens and end grazing up. Touch screen displays are pervasive worldwide. Frequent touching a touchscreen display with a pointing device such as a finger or if there is any scratch caused due to major problems can result in the gradual de sensitization of the touchscreen to input and can ultimately lead to blip of the touchscreen. To avoid this, a simple user interface for Touchless control of electrically operated equipment is being developed. Elliptic Labs innovative technology lets you control your apparatuses like Computers, MP3 players or mobile phones without touching them. A simple user interface for Touchless control of electrically operated equipment. Unlike other systems which depend on distance to the sensor or sensor selection this system depends on hand and or finger motions, a hand wave in a certain direction, or a riffle of the hand in one area, or holding the hand in one area or pointing with one finger for example. The device is based on optical pattern recognition using a solid state optical matrix sensor with a lens to detect hand motions. This sensor is then connected near to a digital image processor, which interprets the patterns of motion and outputs the results as signals to control fixtures, appliances, machinery, or any device well regulated concluded electrical signals. D. Gokila | P. Kiruthika "Touch Less Touch Screen Technology" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21737.pdf
 
 Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/21737/touch-less-touch-screen-technology/d-gokila
EXTRACTION, ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PHYTOCHEMICALS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Dheeraj Singh, Dr. Anjula Sachan, Dr. Hemant Singh, Dr. Ranjendra Nath, Dr. R. K. Dixit Plants are natural reservoir of medicinal agents. These are almost free from the side effects.[1] Nearly 75- 80% of the worlds population relies on traditional medicines for primary health care, most of which involve the use of plant extracts their active constituents.[2,3] Since ancient times medicinal plants have been the mainstay of traditional herbal medicine amongst rural dwellers. According to the World Health Organization, a medicinal plant is any plant which, in one or more of its parts, contains substances that can be used for therapeutic purposes, or which are precursors for chemo-pharmaceutical semi synthesis. Parts of such plants including leaves, roots, rhizomes, stems, barks, flowers, fruits, grains or seeds, employed in the control or treatment of a disease condition and therefore contains chemical components that are medically active. These plant chemical compounds or bioactive components are often referred to as phytochemicals (phyto- from Greek - phyto meaning plant) or phytoconstituent. They protect plants against microbial infections or infestations by pests.[4,5] These constituents have been in use by the ancient therapist for the use of various human aliments also. The science of application of these indigenous or local medicinal remedies including plants for treatment of diseases is currently called ethno pharmacology. Today we are living in the era of evidence based medicine. The evidences can only be obtained when we have pure form of phytochemicals. This review is to focus different available techniques for the extraction of these phytochemicals. The major steps involved in utilizing the biologically active compound from plant resources are extraction, pharmacological screening, isolation and characterization of bioactive compound, toxicological evaluation and clinical evaluation.
Body Image Disorders published in

International Body Psychotherapy Journal

Published by EABP / USABP
Bernhard Schlage INTERNATIONAL BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY JOURNALTHE ART AND SCIENCE OF SOMATIC PRAXISINTERNATIONAL BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY JOURNALTHE ART AND SCIENCE OF SOMATIC PRAXISBODY IMAGE DISORDERS3938Body Image DisordersBernhard Schlage, MAReceived 12 November 2012; received in revised form July 2013; accepted August 2013AbstractComing out of a childhood experience of an expanded body image, this paper postulates the existence of a so-called second body, a body different from but linked to the physical body and how this body relates to parts of the brain. Drawing on historical and cross-cultural research, the author shows how this second body can help us toward a better understanding and therapy of various body image disorders and phenomena, such as anorexia/bulimia, neuropathies, dream states, body dissociations, and body neglect phenomena. This article seeks to avoid descriptions of phenomena in practice, and instead focuses on different definitions and models of understanding in the hope of coming to new modes of working with these phenomena.
THE BEGINNINGS OF ROMANIAN DENTAL MEDICAL EDUCATION. TWO FOUNDERS: GHEORGHE BILASCU AND D. D. NICULESCU published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
George LUCA, Nicolae MARCU In Western European, starting with 1870, the stomatologist was an independent worker, refusing the allembracing patronage of surgery, while the dentistry profession used to acquire prestige and autonomy in the medical world. As the object of some modern, legal regulations, being also taught in universities as an independent discipline, dentistry was no longer viewed as a Cinderella of the medical science. Against the background of such a definite professional emancipation, the necessity to establish institutions forming doctors specialized in Dentistry became an impending one. The formal separation from the older sister Medicine and the creation of dental schools and departments was the more difficult, the more deeply rooted were the conservative mentalities and old traditions. Yet, the master minds of dentistry succeeded in imposing their ideas, supported by sound and convincing arguments, for the creation of the first schools of dental medicine in Romania. Consequently, as early as 1872, in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, an imperial decree recognized the importance of dental practice and of its belonging to a separate branch of medicine, its exercising being permitted only to doctors in medicine. In such a politico-legislative context, the first faculty of stomatology was created at Cluj, in 1919, under the guidance of Gheorghe Bilacu. In the same period, in Bucureti, another daring character, great supporter of the stomatological school, dr. D. D. Niculescu, was taking great efforts to convince the decision-makers on the necessity of creating a faculty of stomatology, yet with no positive outcome. Several years were still to pass until the foundation of the first academic institution of dentistry in Romania (1936). The friendship uniting these two dreamers in the beginning of the XXth century is a perfect exemplification of the intense communication and cooperation within intelectual elites for the development of a medical stomatology school in the two Romanian provinces. Keywords: stomatological school, Gh Bilascu, D D Niculescu
Prospecting the Future: Meeting the Challenges Posed by Climate Change published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
K.M. Valsamma The world population is increasing at the rate of 10,000 per hour and by 31st of October, 2011 the sevenbillionth person will be born marking an extraordinary milestone in the history of the planet. The United Nation has predicted that by 2050 the population of this planet will be 9.3 billion. For a planet which is already strapped for resources, as Roger Martin the chair of the NGO population Matters wrote in the Guardian, the birth of the 7 billionth person is a sobering reminder of the planet's predicament. Echoing the same sentiment the TIME magazine has now come out with an article which states that the real victim of the over population will be the environment. All this boils down to the simple fact that the physical resource of the planet is finite. In the Limits to Growth Meadows et al had precisely underscored this finite nature of the Earth .They had also warned the world that we are about to reach an overshoot and collapse scenario. The figures in respect of the components of ambient concentration of green house gas as they existed before 1750 and during 2006 serves to compare and contrast not only the warming effect of CO2 but also the health hazards posed by particulate matter. As per the estimate of World Health Organization 800,000 people fall prey to premature death [1] due to the intake of polluted air containing, Particulate Matter of the size of 21 to 70 microgram per cubic meter.The abysmal air quality of the Indian cities is symptomatic of the environmental degradation, requiring corrective action by policy decisions at the level of the Govt. World Bank has characterized India's pollution induced warming as both growth related and poverty related. The impacts of climate are invasive. It is not merely confined to extended dry periods, increased frequency of heavy precipitation, or microbial population of the macro-environment. The specter of toxic Algae blooms ,and zoonotic diseases are in sight. Add to this worry of the toxic algal- blooms accumulated in the filter-feeder-bivalves, getting transferred to human beings. The review underpins that there is a need for putting in yeomans effort based on One health concept which stands for the health of humans, animals and the environment, because there is only one health in our entire ecosystem
Changing direction of Indian onion exports published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.K. KUSUMA* AND B.R. KUMARA South Asia is native to onion (Allium cepa) and India is the second largest producer of onion after China with 15118000 million tones of production. The export of onion has increased from 9084.30 lakhs in 1990-91 to 174155.41 lakhs in 2010-11. This was made due to increased production, increased export to countries of import and changes in composition of onion to various destinations. The markov chain analysis was attempted through linear programming method to assess the transition probabilities for the major onion markets. It was estimated that during 2010- 11 the major onion export destinations were Bangladesh (36.55 %), Malaysia (21.03 %) and others contributing about 16.47 per cent. The increasing share of other countries clearly shows the need to explore and exploit the market potential of other countries. Efforts are also needed to improve the efficiency of production and quality in order to stabilize the markets
Some Psycho-Pedagogical Considerations on Musical Education published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
C?lin DRAGO? Nowadays, the educational system faces multiple challenges regarding pupils education, whether socio-human or professional education. Music education is the oldest component of Romanian pedagogy, highlighting values which have been structured throughout the years and represent not only cultural and historical facts, but the elements of a world outlook. It is then compulsory to present the real, correct aesthetic education within the educational system. Music teaching has had serious, acknowledged impact on artistic, humanistic, moral, civic, intellectual education. The importance of these aspects requires broader historical and cultural investigation. The full pedagogical and ethical meaning of meta-knowledge is developed in a didactic and epistemological context. As a means to acquire knowledge and strategies for success, meta-knowledge is a factor in pupils identification within their culture. It is used in relationship with the other, by producing a set of knowledge research and knowledge building. In this way, students can progress from music consumers to music users and producers, knowledge and aesthetic taste gatherers who strive for ideals and beauty.
Corporate Social Responsibility: a Case Study of Ngo - Maa Foundation Funded by Microinks: India`S Leading Ink Manufacturer published in

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Dr Keyurkumar M Nayak,Prof.Shyamsunder S Singh -
رأس المال الرمزي وانعكاسه في القيادة المستنيـرة: دراسة حالة في مديـرية تـربية قضاء المسيب
Symbolic Capital and its Reflection in the Enlightened Leadership: Case Study in the Education Directorate of Musayyib Spend

 

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Arab Journal of Administration

Published by Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO)
د. عصام عليوي صاحب العبيدي Essam Aliwi Saheb Al-Obeidi
د. ميثاق هاتف الفتلاوي Dr. Laith Ali Yousif Al-Hakim
أ. د. ليث علي يوسف الحكيم Dr Methaq Hatif Al- Fatlawi

 

يسعى البحث الحالي إلى إبـراز دور رأس المال الرمزي الذي يعد من أهم العوامل المشجعة والمحفزة لسلوك الأفراد العامليـن في مكان العمل، التـي لها نتائج وانعكاسات واضـحة في تحقيق أهداف المنظمة. فهو يساهم في خلق مناخ تنظيمي متميـز عبـر تطويـر وتنمية رأس المال الوظيفي والاستفادة من الطاقات والقابليات الكامنة عند الأفراد العامليـن، وذلك عن طريق خلق صورة ذهنية واضـحة المعالم تساعدهم على العمل بكل حماس وحب وسعادة وتواصل داخل المنظمة. لذا سيتم في هذا البحث إبـراز أساسيات هذا المفهوم وكيفية الاستفادة منه في دعم الأنماط القيادية المختلفة، وخاصة نمط القيادة المستنيـرة تحقيقًا للازدهار والتقدم لمنظمات الأعمال.
إن القيادة المستنيـرة تمثل الإمكانية والقدرة على وضع رؤيا واضـحة المعالم للمنظمة مع التخطيط السليم والجدية في التنفيذ والمتابعة، وذلك لتجاوز الممكن والمتوقع إلى حدود الأمل أو حتـى الحلم، فهي تستطيع أن تُخـرج من عناصر الإنتاج البشرية والمادية نفسها مردودًا أكبـر كمًا وأفضل نوعًا لأنها ببساطة تـرى ما لا يـراه الغيـر، وهي بذلك تتمكن من تحفيـز العامليـن لتحقيق النجاح.
ووفقًا لما تقدم، يهدف البحث الحالي إلى تفسيـر طبيعة وتحديد مستوى العلاقة بيـن رأس المال الرمزي والقيادة المستنيـرة في مديـرية تـربية قضاء المسيب، ويأتـي ذلك بوصفه محاولة لتقليل أو ردم الفجوة المعرفية بيـن متغيـري البحث. فضلاً عن محاولة وضع الأسس الصـحيحة والمناسبة لصناعة قادة بالاعتماد على رموز نابعة من المجتمع العراقي، من الممكن أن تستثمر لكي تكون أهم رأس مال لمنظماته الربحية أو الخدمية. وتحقيقًا لذلك قام الباحثون بتوزيع 150 استبانة على عدد من الموظفيـن في مديـرية قضاء المسيب. وكان عدد الاستبانات المستـرجعة 110 استبانات، أما عدد الاستبانات الصالحة للتحليل الإحصائي فقد بلغ 104 استبانات وبمعدل 94% من الاستبانات المستـرجعة. وأظهرت النتائج النظرية وجود فجوة معرفية لتفسيـر طبيعة العلاقة بيـن رأس المال الرمزي والقيادة المستنيـرة في المنظمات بشكل عام وفي المنظمة قيد البحث بشكل خاص، كما أظهرت النتائج التطبيقية وجود ارتباط وتأثيـر معنوي وموجب لرأس المال الرمزي في القيادة المستنيـرة.
الكلمات الرئيسة: رأس المال الرمزي، القيادة المستنيـرة.
The current research seeks to highlight the role of symbolic capital, which is one of the most encouraging and motivating factors for the behavior of employees at worwplace. It results and the implications are clear in achieving the organization’s goals. It contributes to the creation of an organizational climate privileged over the development of the top career capital and take advantage of the energies and capabilities inherent in personnel. Therefore, by creating a mental image of a well-defined help them work with enthusiasm and love. Likewise, happiness and continue within the organization. Consequently, in this research will be to highlight the basics of this concept and how to take advantage of it to support different leadership styles, especially the enlightened leadership style, in order to achieve prosperity and progress of the business organizations.
The enlightened leadership represents the possibility and the ability to develop a clearly defined of vision at organization. With proper planning and seriousness in the implementation and follow-up, in order to overcome the possible and expected to the limits of hope or dream up. The organization can come out of the same human and material factors of production payoff larger as the somewhat better simply. Because they see no seen by others. Thus it be able to motivate employees to achieve success.
According to the above, the aim of this research is to investigate the relationship between symbolic capital and enlightened leadership in the education directorate of Musayyib spend, importance of research includes rare of studies that investigated the relationship between symbolic capital and enlightened leadership. Furthermore, there is a reality problem, which has a significant effect on Iraqi education sector. Based on the random sampling, 150 questionnaires were distributed to employees at the education directorate of Musayyib spend. Only 110 questionnaires were returned. Out of which 104 questionnaires were usable resulting into a response rate of 94%. The theoretical results show the knowledge gap related to identification the nature of the relationship between symbolic capital and enlightened leadership. Moreover, the practical results show the significant and positive of symbolic capital on enlightened leadership.
Keywords: Symbolic Capital, Enlightened Leadership.

 

An Efficient Directional Multiresolution Image Representation using Contourlet Transform? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ankita Sharma, Prof. Abhay Kumar, Prof. Rahul Deshmukh? The limitations of commonly used separable extensions of one-dimensional transforms, such as the Fourier and wavelet transforms, in capturing the geometry of image edges are well known.A ?true? two dimensional transform that can capture the intrinsic geometrical structure that is key in visual information. The main challenge in exploring geometry in images comes from the discrete nature of the data. Thus, unlike other approaches, such as curvelets, that first develop a transform in the continuous domain and then discretize for sampled data, our approach starts with a discrete-domain construction and then studies its convergence to an expansion in the continuous domain. Specifically, a discrete-domain multiresolution and multidirection expansion using non-separable filters, in much the same way that wavelets were derived from filter banks. This construction results in a flexible multiresolution, local, and directional image expansion using contour segments, and thus it is named the contourlet transform. The discrete contourlet transform has a fast iterated filter bank algorithm that requires an order N operations for N-pixel images. Furthermore, we establish a precise link between the developed filter bank and the associated continuous domain contourlet expansion via a directional multiresolution analysis framework. We show that with parabolic scaling and sufficient directional vanishing moments, contourlets achieve the optimal approximation rate for piecewise smooth functions with discontinuities along twice continuously differentiable curves. Finally, we show some numerical experiments demonstrating the potential of contourlets in several image processing applications.
A study on Unorganized Sector and Indias Informal Economy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
RINOJ P K This paper reviews about Unorganized sector and Indias informal economy. Unorganized workers consists of those working in the unorganized enterprises or households, excluding regular workers with social security benefits , and the workers in the formal sector without any employment/social security benefits provided by the employers. this reveals that Unorganized sector should be protected and this means that all attempts should be made to implement those policies ,which will release the basic growth constraints and ensuring a level playing field for this sector
A DYNAMIC APPROACH FOR DATABASE SECURITY? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Mahesh Singh, Ms. Alka The growth of the Database domain and the wide Internet has been revolutionized over many years, a large number of people interact through information over the internet. This rapid change and the cost effectiveness of new evolving technologies are providing large opportunities for developing distributed database systems. These large-scale systems are made up of various interacting components, each of which is well encapsulated. However, this rapid growth has also brought many security issues, as data is now made available on the open Internet is delicate.
Comparison of Antibacterial Activities of Coelomic Fluid of Local Species of Earthworms of Gulbarga published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Shankerappa S.Hatti Coelomic fluid of earthworm is having bactericidal activity. It was our interest to know the bactericidal activity of the coelomic fluid of Polypheretima elongata,Perionyx sansibaricus and Dichogaster bolaui against pathogenic bacteria like Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas, Proteus, and Bacillus. Polypheretima elongata, Perionyx sansibaricus and Dichogaster bolaui are local species of earthworms present in Gulbarga. Bactericidal activity coelomic fluid of the earthworm was tested among the three species and in comprision with the commercial antibiotics available in the market. The batricidal activity of the coelomic fliud of the earthworm was determined by the zone of inhibition by coelomic fluid of earthworm Polypheretima elongata, Perionyx sansibaricus and Dichogaster bolaui against pathogenic bacterial strains. Our results show that the zone of inhibition varies from species to species, and it is species specific to particular bacteria. It is clear that antibacterial activity is exhibited at different levels by coelomic fluid of Polypheretima elongata,Perionyx sansibaricus and Dichogaster bolaui.The coelomic fliud of Polypheretima elongata exhibited highest bactericidal activity against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus. Perionyx sansibaricus has highest bactericidal activity against Proteus and Pseudomonas.Dichogaster bolaui against Stphylococcus aureus and Bacillus
Objective: To explore the status of physical fitness of Rava Indo-mongoloid tribals living in plane and compare the same with general youths of same geographical origin. Method: Study area: Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal, India. Subject: 62 (31 from each group); age ranged 12-16 years. Design: The subjects were taken conveniently. Static group comparison design was employed to the study. Criterion measures: body composition, aerobic endurance, speed, muscular strength-endurance, and flexibility were measured adopting standard test and measurement procedures. Statistics: Mean, Standard Deviation and Independent t-test were used as statistical tool. Level of Significance was set at 0.05. Findings: The t-value of body mass index, aerobic endurance, speed, abdominal strength-endurance and flexibility between rava indo-mongoloid tribal and general students were 3.336 (<0.05), 2.128 (<0.05), 1.842 (>0.05), 0.450 (>0.05), and 2.199 (<0.05) respectively. Result and Conclusion: It reveals that Indo-mongoloid tribal youths had significantly better and nearing normal BMI and greater flexibility while general youths performed significantly better in aerobic endurance. Insignificant difference exists between groups in speed and abdominal strength-endurance. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jayanta Kumar Dash Gross National Happiness is a term coined by His Majesty the Fourth King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck in the 1970s (Medha,2013). The concept implies that sustainable development should take a holistic approach towards notions of progress and give equal importance to non-economic aspects of wellbeing. The concept of GNH has often been explained by its four pillars: good governance, sustainable socio-economic development, cultural preservation, and environmental conservation. Lately the four pillars have been further classified into nine domains in order to create widespread understanding of GNH and to reflect the holistic range of GNH values. The idea of GNH is unique to Bhutan. The concept is now however being translated from an ideational to an operational level. Since 1971, the country has rejected GDP as the only way to measure progress. In its place, it has championed a new approach to development, which measures prosperity through formal principles of Gross National Happiness (GNH) and the spiritual, physical, social and environmental health of its citizens and natural environment. However Bhutan is a living example of interconnected communities radiating happiness while living within the limits of our fragile planet.

Object Detection An Overview

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

P. Rajeshwari | P. Abhishek | P. Srikanth | T. Vinod

The goal of the project is to run an object detection algorithm on every frame of a video, thus allowing the algorithm to detect all the objects in it, including but not limited to people, vehicles, animals etc. Object recognition and detection play a crucial role in computer vision and automated driving systems. We aim to design a system that does not compromise on performance or accuracy and provides real time solutions. With the importance of computer vision growing with each passing day, models that deliver high performance results are all the more dominant. Exponential growth in computing power as well as growing popularity in deep learning led to a stark increase in high performance algorithms that solve real world problems. Our model can be taken a step further, allowing the user the flexibility to detect only the objects that are needed at the moment despite being trained on a larger dataset. P. Rajeshwari | P. Abhishek | P. Srikanth | T. Vinod "Object Detection: An Overview" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23422.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/artificial-intelligence/23422/object-detection-an-overview/p-rajeshwari
INTRODUCTION OF PROGRAM-TARGET METHOD IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MUNICIPAL FINANCES (FOR EXAMPLE MO OBNINSK) published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatiana A. Hadiatulina The article analyzes the opportunities, challenges and prospects for the introduction of program-targeted management of municipal finance in the Russian Federation by the example of the municipality Obninsk. The study set out the main findings and proposals aimed at improving budgetary policy municipal formations.
HIBISCUS SABDARIFFA L. VAR. AMV1 : MUTAGENIC EFFECTIVENESS AND MUTAGENIC EFFICIENCIES BY CHEMICAL MUTAGEN ETHYL METHANE SULPHONATE AND N-METHYL-NNITRO N- NITROSOGUANIDINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Padma Shrivastava* and Chhota Raja Different types of mutations may even be produced experimentally by mutation inducing agents or mutagens and the type of mutation is called experimental or artificial or induced mutations. Efficient mutagenesis is the induction of desirable changes free from the usually associated undesirable effects. Mutagenic efficiency of a treatment induced undesirable effects, in this work the EMS and NMG were used in Hibiscus sabdariffa L. Var. AMV1 for Mutagenic Effectiveness and Mutagenic Efficiencies. The different concentration of EMS and NMG was used to treat the dry and pre-soaked seeds (6,12,18 hrs). The M2 population was screened for morphological mutations till the maturity of plants. The frequency of induced mutations was calculated per 100 M2 seedling bases.
The Digital World of Commerce : A Note on E-Commerce & M-Commerce published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Adv. Mihir Dilip Kalambi The current economic scenario is more inclined towards the use of Electronic technology .In todays existing climate of digital interaction, the concept of a Sharing Economy is gaining momentum. New developments are following in the footsteps of those entrepreneurs who have provided the ongoing industry developments combined with the increased use sophisticated technology and advancements. E-commerce and M-commerce sectors represent one of the most sought after and innovative and rapidly evolving sectors worldwide. The digital economy has brought about huge changes in almost each and every industry .The use of technology and its revolution has brought about several exciting opportunities not only for the commercial world but also an individuals personal use. This article aims to provide an insight on aspect of E-Commerce and M- Commerce which helps todays entrepreneurs expand their market to national and international markets.
A Study of the Efficiency of Micro Finance Institutions Using Data Envelopment Analysis published in

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THANGJAM RAVICHANDRA SINGH The role of microfinance institutions is to provide credit to the poor who have no access to commercial banks. A major challenge for microfinance institutions is that of financial sustainability, with several of them appearing to be often loss making. Recently, however, there has been a renewed focus on the financial sustainability and efficiency of microfinance institutions, which is essential for the well-being of the financial system in developing countries. This study examines the efficiency of microfinance institutions in India using a modified form of Data Envelopment Analysis. The data for the study was collected on a sample of thirty microfinance institutions in India from the Microfinance Information eXchange (MIX). The results of the analysis indicate the inefficiencies in the microfinance sector
Building an Efficient Reverse Dictionary published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sneha P.S, Mrs.S.Kavitha Murugesan In a traditional forward dictionary, words are mapped to their definitions. In the case of a reverse dictionary, a phrase describing the desired concept is taken as the user input, and returns a set of candidate words that satisfy the input phrase. This research work describes the implementation of an efficient reverse dictionary where the user is also able to find out the actual dictionary definition of those words returned as output and thereby help the user to check the accuracy of the results obtained from the reverse dictionary output. Effectively, a Reverse Dictionary addresses the word is on the tip of my tongue, but I cant quite remember it problem. This work has significant application not only for the general public, particularly those who work closely with words, but also in the general field of conceptual search. This research work proposes a novel approach called wordster to create and process the reverse dictionary and also evaluate the retrieval accuracy and runtime response time performance. The wordster approach can provide significant improvements in performance scale without sacrificing the quality of the result.
MicroRNAs as Potential Therapeutic Targets in Peripheral Arterial Disease published in

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Ayotunde Dokun Micro RNAs (miRNAs)are small non-coding RNAs that play a role in many biological processes. Many studies have shown that miRNAs are involved in ischemic conditions and emphasized their role as negative or positive modulators in angiogenesis. In vivo studies using various models bring light to the potential benefits of these miRNAs in perfusion recovery following surgically induced hind limb ischemia (HLI), a model of Peripheral arterial disease (PAD). PAD remains a major healthcare burden, affecting millions of Americans. With little advancement in effective therapy the morbidity and mortality of this disease continues to rise. A better understanding of how miRNAs modulate perfusion recovery may provide a potential effective therapy for PAD. Keywords: MicroRNA, Peripheral arterial disease, Ischemia, Angiogenesis
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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In the name of God Theory-based law (lex fori) Anglo-Iranian legal system published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Homayoon Maf, Mehdi Rahmani Theory-based law by German and French authors (Kahn and Bartyn) was introduced in 1980. This theory was accepted by the British courts. According to this theory, the initial trial of the case in accordance with its domestic law, examines the relationship factors. Original jurisdiction means the jurisdiction of the courts of the place of residence is dealt with in rights and international law as a principle has been accepted. Headquartered jurisdiction in cases such as those described in relation , bunch of non-related subject of dispute with one of the association and civil liability also applies in some cases. The procedure, how to reason and how to convey notification to collect the sum and securities law is consistent with the provisions of the court in these cases, the Hague Convention on jurisdiction of the Court endorsed the headquarters. Relational system of private international law to determine the applicable law provides that the court may judge that can be divided into two categories: (1) factors related to the contract, and (2) factors related parties. Factors associated with the contract are fulfilled location, location, contract signing and the closest connection. Factors related parties are as follows: residence, place of residence and place of business. This paper examines the question of the jurisdiction of that court to Where and in what cases the courts are bound to enforce their own domestic law irrespective of foreign law say?
Social Issues on Womans Life published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. Deepa, M.Phil, Dr. P. Nagarai Mayamma is an uneducated so she does not know the reality of life according to the new generation. She lost everything in her life. Mayamma believes that women should always support and surrender her opinion and duty to the men. She does every thing like the old generation people. Without knowing the value of woman and their strength she spoils her whole life. Mayamma is the real gem of old age culture follower.
Organization Design for Dynamic Fit: A Review and Projection published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Mark Nissen The concept of fit is central to organization design. In the organizational literature, fit historically has been portrayed as a static concept. Both organizations and their environments, however, are continually changing, so a valid concept of fit needs to reflect organizational dynamics. In this article, I analyze various theoretical perspectives and studies that relate to organizational fit, differentiating those that employ an equilibrating or a fluxing approach. Four substantive themes emerge from this analysis: design orientation, design tension, designer/manager roles, and measurement and validation. Implications of each of these themes for dynamic fit are derived, and promising future research directions are discussed.
A REVIEW ON NON-IONIC SURFACTANT BASED ORGANOGEL FOR TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Varsha Gupta*, Meenu Nagpal, Imran Khan, Geeta Aggarwal, Rupinder Kaur, Sukhdev Singh, Tapan Behl, Upendra Kumar Jain Organogel, a viscoelastic system, can be regarded as a semi-solid preparation. An organogel is a non crystalline, non-glassy thermoreversible (thermoplastic) solid material composed of a liquid organic phase.the three-dimensional networked structure formed due to the physical interactions amongst the self assembled structures of compounds regarded as gelators. In general, organogels are thermodynamically stable in nature and have been explored as matrices for the delivery of bioactive agents. In the current manuscript, attempts have been made to understand the Properties of organogels, various types of organogelator and some applications of the organogels in controlled delivery.
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.

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy: Indications, Complications and their Management

published in

Journal of Surgery: Open access

Published by Sci Forschen

Anmolsingh R, Ali A, Edmiston R, Mirza O, Rocke J, Ranganathan B and Kumar BN

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy are common operative procedures in field of Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Surgery. Over 17000 tonsillectomy procedures were undertaken in England in the year 2014-2015 and the number for children is likely to be much higher. Tonsillectomy may be performed for recurrent tonsillitis, histological diagnosis or for the management of snoring. Adenoidectomy is rarely performed in isolation but instead employed in combination with other interventions. Adenoidectomy and tonsillectomy (Adenotonsillectomy) is indicated for the paediatric population to manage obstructive sleep apnoea.

Perception of parents whose children have rheumatic heart disease at a referral hospital, Kenya published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Myra Koech, Titus Ngeno Objectives; Rheumatic heart disease remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Africa, especially amongst the young population. This paper set out to explore the views of parents whose children have rheumatic heart disease, in regard to their experiences in taking care of the affected child and its overall effect on their families. Study design; Focused group discussion. Methods; This was a study carried out at the Moi teaching and referral hospital, pediatrics cardiology clinic between October 2011 to October 2012.Ten parents comprising five mothers and five fathers of different children were randomly selected from a pool of telephone records of patients with rheumatic heart disease and were attending the pediatric clinic. Two separate focused groups comprising fathers and mothers were formed and piloted open ended questions were used to conduct the discussion. Results; Living with a child who has rheumatic heart disease causes financial difficulties and uncertainities,and parents are unable to afford the cost of surgery. The genesis of rheumatic heart disease is not well understood and there is a constant fear of the childs impending death. Conclusions; For children with already set in rheumatic heart disease , subsidies for surgical care needs to be provided immediately so as to avoid complications and the chronicity associated with uncorrected rheumatic heart disease. Families need psychological support upon diagnosis of a child with rheumatic heart disease. Keywords: rheumatic heart disease, parental perceptions, referral hospital
Influence of mechanical and chemical weed management practices on growth and yield of transplanted rice published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
M. D. SURVASE, S. M. NAWLAKHE, S.G. JADHAV, S. K. NAYAK AND Y. M. WAGHMARE Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Agriculture University Krishinagar-444104, Akola, Maharashtra An experiment was conducted at the Research Farm, College of Agriculture, Nagpur during kharif season of 2010-2011. The experiment was laid out in Randomized Block Design with six treatments and four replications. The lowest weed dry matter and highest weed control efficiency were recorded with two hoeing and two weeding at 20 and 40 DAT. The treatment also recorded highest grain yield and straw yield of rice.
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Perspectives of science and education

Published by LLC "Ecological Help"
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Wastage in Elementary Education: A Comparative Study of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Anjan Saikia Recent studies have been conducted in India and abroad on wastage and stagnation in Elementary Education Sadar & Fulzele (2008), Blum & Diwan (2007), Mehta (2005), Gyneswar (2000), Acharya (1996), Das (1969), Jesson & Sime (1990), Thomas & Motimone (1990), yet no studies have been specifically reported on a comparative analysis of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh where the problem of wastage in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh is seen as a significant factor in determining the quality of elementary education. The paper focuses on the rates of wastage in elementary school level in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh keeping in view the following objectives. 1. To investigate the wastage at the elementary school level in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The above objective has also considered in the light of: i) gender (male & female) ii) locality (rural & urban) 2. To study the district-wise wastage of learners at the elementary school stage of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The study uses the descriptive-cum-normative survey method. The data includes using 21 schools from PapumPare and Lower Subansiri districts of Arunachal Pradesh and 20 schools from that of Dhemaji and Kokrajhar districts of Assam. The data was analysed by using the t-test method. The findings of the study indicate that the wastage among the elementary school stage learners in Arunachal Pradesh is lesser than that of Assam while comparing the sex and settlement wise variables. Relevant theoretical, empirical, and pedagogical implications for elementary education are also discussed.
Evaluating Students? Perception of Variables that promote Creative Learning of School Algebra for Economic Development and Sustainability published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
1Benjamin O. Abakpa, 2O. Adikwu, 3David I. Takor The paper sees creativity as a nexus of ideas that if pedagogically developed in students school algebra, will positively affect the economic development and sustainability of the nation. Based on such conviction, the researchers through a survey study seek the opinion of 155 (96= male and 59= female) Junior Secondary School Two (JSS2) students perception of variables that make algebraic classroom creative. Two research questions were asked and answered using descriptive statistic of mean and standard deviation. Algebra Creativity Enhancing Teaching/learning Strategy (ACETS), a 12-item instrument developed by the researchers was validated by three experts in mathematics education and two experts in measurement and evaluation. The reliability of the instrument was established using Cronbach Alpha which gave a reliability index of 0.80. Among the findings are, active participation in algebra class activities (e.g algebra games) give students more understanding and stepwise guides enables students understanding. Recommendations such as encouraging mathematics teachers to acquire creativity pedagogical knowledge through training and reading, and use same in their lesson plans and class activities among others were made. It was concluded that, the mathematics teacher be encourage to embark on personal capacity development.
Performence of Indira Awas Yojana (Iay) and Rural Development in India published in

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Dr. D.KUMUDA Housing is one of the basic requirements for the survival of human beings .Ownership of a house provides an economic security and social status for a citizen in the society. The identity and social recognition associated with ownership of a house provides an individual with immense confidence to get involved into many social activities. Stable, affordable and accessible housing is directly and indirectly linked to human well-being. One can easily understand the socioeconomic status of a family just by watching physical attributes of their housing. Good housing and its surroundings indicate the standard of living of the family, it provides facilities for education, recreation and many other facets of life. A person deprived of this basic need faces all odds of life and remains discriminated and marginalized in the society. Housing contributes significantly towards the configuration of cultured human existence. Around one third of the human populations in urban as well as rural areas in the country are deprived of adequate housing facilities. Out of the estimated 200 million families in India, approximately 65 to 70 million families do not have adequate housing facilities. They are not able to procure a house for want of financial resources. The situation of the Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and the other socially and economically backward class families is worst affected by poor housing conditions. Hence, fulfilling the need for rural housing and tackling housing shortage particularly for the poorest is an important task to be undertaken as part of the poverty alleviation efforts of the government.

Robotic Automated External Defibrillator Ambulance for Emergency Medical Service in Smart Cities

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Nasir Ahmad

Robotic systems are one of the key solutions for providing smart services. Time is a critical issue when dealing with people who experience a sudden cardiac arrest that unfortunately could die due to inaccessibility of the emergency treatment. Therefore, an immediate treatment using Automated External Defibrillator AED must be administered to the victim within a few minutes after collapsing. Hence we have designed and developed the Ambulance Robot, shortened as Ambubot, which brings along an AED in a sudden event of cardiac arrest and facilitates various modes of operation .The prototype with biomedical sensors are used for monitoring the patient health continuously, the location of the patient can also be tracked in case of emergency via gsm. Nasir Ahmad ""Robotic Automated External Defibrillator Ambulance for Emergency Medical Service in Smart Cities"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd21334.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/21334/robotic-automated-external-defibrillator-ambulance-for-emergency-medical-service-in-smart-cities/nasir-ahmad
 
CRBS HIGH INTEREST RATES: TRIUMPH OF MARKET FUNDAMENTALISM IN RUSSIA published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Andrey Karpov Ongoing Ruble crisis reflects irrelevance of CRBs policy measures. Tighter monetary policy and currency free float implemented by CRB to stabilize Ruble led to directly opposite result. Several months of managed devaluation changed into panic selloff in December 2014. The panic in the currency market took place despite massive FX reserves controlled by CRB and translated into serious economic distress. With key policy rate at 17% Russian economy is moving towards artificially depressed growth along with weak currency and high inflation. Stagflationary trap became a material risk for the economy. The main reason behind Bank of Russias policy choices is its commitment to market fundamentalism framework. CRB failed to recognize that its retracement from the currency market created far from equilibrium conditions and triggered irrational behavior of market participants along the board. Should external conditions remain hostile for Russian economy and oil prices keep moving lower CRBs policy irrelevance will bring into question regulators credibility. That all might cause unnecessary damage to Russian economy.
ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITY EVALUATION OF METHANOLIC EXTRACT OF RAPHANUS SATIVUS L. AERIAL PARTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tania Khan, Shahnaz Rahman , Mohammed Rahmatullah* Objective: The objective of the present study was to evaluate the ant hyperglycemic and analgesic potential of methanolic extract of Raphanus sativus aerial parts in Swiss albino mice. Methods: Extract was administered orally at doses of 50-400 mg/kg. Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was used to evaluate ant hyperglycemic activity in glucose-loaded mice. Analgesic activity was assessed in intraperitoneally injected acetic acid-induced pain model. Results: The extract, at doses of 50, 100, 200, and 400 mg/kg, reduced blood glucose levels by 15.8, 27.6, 35.4, and 49.2%, respectively. By comparison, a standard ant hyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide (10 mg/kg) reduced blood glucose levels by 49.2%. In acetic acid-induced pain model, the extract reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 31.0, 41.1, 44.8, and 51.7%, respectively, at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg. A standard analgesic drug, aspirin (200 mg/kg) reduced abdominal constrictions by 34.5%. Conclusion: The extract possesses significant ant hyperglycemic and analgesic potential.
Art and computer usage: Representational environments of digital games and handling them as non-verbal communication actions published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Papadopoulou Agness The question that arises is what the role of computer environments and specifically digi-tal games which are used in the learning process is and how art is involved. The goal was and remains the concord of nature with our cognitive ability, while the notorious cyber-culture (posthuman) in recent decades leaned towards the view of an osmosis of humans and machines. Insurmountable obstacles for that osmosis are the processes of subjectifi-cation, as technologies de-subjectify. However, digital machines possess informational transparency, encode information and constitute an additional tool. On the other hand, art opens ways to the immaterial, today, of course, different from the experiments of art-ists during the 1960s. Art achieves the rupture with the limits that the real world sets and lends enormous possibilities for the depiction of structures, either adapted and with a specific cultural content representations or provoking the collaboration between imag-ination and intellect.
Itemized Analysis of Questions of Multiple Choice question (Mcq) Exam published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jasmin Parmar, Ravi Thaker The present study is a cross-sectional study. The aim of present study was to statistically evaluate the quality of questions asked in an MCQ exam of I MBBS students of Smt. NHL Municipal Medical College, Ahmedabad. By measuring Difficulty Index (p) and Discrimination Index (DI) an examiner can know if an individual question was too difficult or too easy and whether it discriminated better performing students from less performing students. Thus this analysis of questions can be useful for development of better questions in the future. MCQ items having optimum Difficulty Index and Excellent Discrimination should be regarded as best framedquestions.
OCCURRENCE OF BARK BEETLES OF DIFFERENT TYPES IN VARIOUS OF THE WOODS OF THE LENINGRAD REGION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalya Aleksandrovna Baburina; Valentin Stanislavovich Ivanov The comparative analysis of specific structure of bark beetles in different types of the wood of the Leningrad region is carried out.
A Study on Customer Satisfaction Towards Herbal Products With Special Reference to Himalaya. published in

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R. LAVANYA, Dr.M. VELUMANI This study is to identify the customer satisfaction towards Himalaya herbal and healthcare products and to investigate the influence of product dimensions on customer satisfaction and customer loyalty as well as to understand the herbal effect of the product. Herbal products are part of the knowledge of indigenous cultures and marginal societies across the globe which has stood the test of time. A comparative study was conducted into traditional healing and community wellness in eight different valleys of Indian Central Himalaya healthcare products. The study revealed that in remote areas where modern healthcare facilities are rare, or inadequate, the majority of the traditional communities follow cultural. Himalaya will provide the know-how and expertise to set up the plant, to commission it and will also supply raw materials for the manufacture of the herbal products
De-blurring Cardiac SPECT Images by Maximum Likelihood Approach published in

Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing

Published by BONFRING
Neethu M. Sasi and Jayasree V.K. This paper presents a blind de-convolution algorithm for enhancing cardiac SPECT images by reducing the blur present in the image. The method is based on maximum likelihood estimate and in particular, the processing is done in a suitable color space. An iterative algorithm, without any prior information, is used to estimate the original image and the point spread function. Blur metric and peak signal to noise ratio are considered for performance evaluation of the algorithm. The effect of number of iterations on the quality of de-blurred image is also studied. Real medical images are used for appraising the algorithm
Impact of family ecological factors on the nutritional status of school age children published in

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ARCHANA SINGH AND PRADEEP KUMAR Malnutrition is found to be a wide spread problem in India irrespective of topographical description. While malnutrition affects the people of all ages, it is agreed that children in the world die of malnutrition and related diseases every day. Keeping in view the importance of nutritional status of school age children the present study was undertaken in Dhaura village of Hasnganj block of district Unnao (U.P.). In total 64 children aged 6-14 years were surveyed to assess the nutritional status.The result of the study revealed that as perWaterlow classification 48.44 per cent of the children studied were suffering from various grades of malnutrition. On the basis of MUAC, 45.31 per cent children were found malnourished. The nutritional status of children was found to be significantly correlated with different family ecological factors like education of mothers, monthly family income and dietary practices of the family

A REVIEW ON PLASTIC BIODEGRADATION

 

published in

International Journal of Medical Studies

Published by kedar nagarjun publications

Mayank Ameta

With more and more plastics being employed in human lives and increasing pressure being placed on capacities available for plastic waste disposal, the need for biodegradation plastics and biodegradation of plastic waste has assumed in increasing importance in the last few year. This review looks at the biodegradation of conventional plastic by microorganism. Thermostat plastics, such as aliphatic polyester and polyester polyurethane, are easily attacked by microorganisms directly because of the potential hydrolytic cleavage of ester or urethane bond in their structure. Plastics that are biodegradable can be considered environment friendly, they have increasing range of potential application and are driven by the growing use of plastics packaging. This paper attempt to make conclusion on potentially viable methods to reduce impacts of plastic waste on the environment.

 

KEYWORDS: Biodegradation, Plastics, Polyester, Polyurethane.

 

Job Satisfaction Factors for Teachers - A Review published in

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Bhagya L. S., Gomatesh M. Ravanavar A teacher can perform to the maximum of his/her capacity if he/she is satisfied with his/her job. Every profession has certain aspects responsible for job satisfaction along with attitude and teaching is not an exception. Unless and until a teacher derives satisfaction on job performance and develops a positive attitude towards education, he/she cannot take an initiation for desirable outcomes to cater to the needs of the society. Only satisfied and well-adjusted teacher can think of the well-being of the students. In the light of this background, a thorough review of literature is made to understand the contribution of different factors which are responsible for the job satisfaction of the teachers. This paper also deals with the study on attitude of the male and female teachers towards teaching and the methods of measuring job satisfaction of teachers, especially in the Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs).
Modernist Exponents in Robert Frosts Poetry: A Critical Analysis published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Varshika Srivastava* T.S. Eliot explained about the modern age in his essay The Metaphysical Poets (1921), It appears likely that poets in our civilization, as it exists at present, must be difficult. Our civilization comprehends great variety and complexity, and this variety and complexity, playing upon a refined sensibility, must produce various and complex results. The poet must become more and more comprehensive
THE FEATURES OF MANAGEMENT OF OIL AND GAS COMPANIES IN GREAT BRITAIN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Marina Konstantinovna Krivtsova;Valeria Aleksandrovna Belozerova The purpose of the article is to study the value of knowledge management for companies in the oil and gas industry in the UK, access to resources, the results of the production activity.
CANCER TREATMENT: AN OVERVIEW OF HERBAL MEDICINES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Radha Sharma1*, Suman Jain2 Cancer can be defined as a class of diseases characterized by out-ofcontrol cell growth. In 2012, cancer claimed the lives of about 10 million people in the world. There are over 100 different types of cancer, and each is classified by the type of cell that is initially affected. Cancer is a major health problem and a leading cause of death worldwide. Herbal medicine including plants, or mixtures of plant extracts are used to treat illness and promote health. Herbal medicines belong to dietary supplement. These are available in different forms like tablets, capsules, powders, teas, extracts, and fresh or dried plants. Herbal medicines are helpful to maintain or improvement of health. The aims of herbal medicines include restore body's ability to protect, regulate and heal itself. As these affects whole body so looks at your physical, mental and emotional well being and also named as phytomedicine, phytotherapy or botanical medicine.
ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANTINOCICEPTIVE ACTIVITY TESTS WITH BETA VULGARIS L. SSP. VULGARIS ROOTS: A PRELIMINARY REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Indrani Mandal, Humayra Jannat, Shahnaz Rahman, Rownak Jahan, Tania Khan, Sadia Moin Mou, Mohammed Rahmatullah* Background: Beta vulgaris ssp. vulgaris is cultivated throughout Bangladesh for its edible leaves and roots. Poor rural people consume the leaves, while the more costly roots are consumed by the more affluent urban population. The objective of this study was to scientifically analyze t he antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive properties of methanol extract of roots (beet root) of the plant. Methods: Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was used to determine antihyperglycemic activity. Antinociceptive activity was determined by observed decreases in abdominal writhings in intraperitoneally administered acetic acid-induced pain model in mice. Results: Administration of methanol extract of roots led to dose-dependent and significant reductions in blood glucose levels in glucose-loaded mice. At doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight, the extract reduced blood glucose levels by 17.5, 33.2, 40.2, and 51.7%, respectively compared to control animals. By comparison, a standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide, when administered at a dose of 10 mg per kg body weight, reduced blood glucose level by 55.2%. In antinociceptive activity tests, the extract at the above four doses reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 35.5, 41.9, 45.2, and 48.4%, respectively. A standard pain relieving (antinociceptive) drug, aspirin, reduced the number of writhings by 48.4 and 61.3%, respectively, when administered at doses of 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight. Conclusion: To our knowledge, this is the first report on oral glucose tolerance and antinociceptive activity evaluation of roots of the plant. Since the plant is widely available in Bangladesh, the roots can be a source for lowering blood sugar in diabetic patients and for alleviating pain.
PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF GASTRORETENTIVE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM OF ALFUZOSIN HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sachin P Ghanchi*, Pankaj H Prajapati and Nadim M. R. Chhipa Alfuzosin is selective ?1-Adrenergic blocker indicated for the treatment of signs and symptoms of benign prostatic heperplasia. The present investigation was aimed to formulate and evaluate gastro retentive drug delivery system of Alfuzosin hydrochloride. Gastro retentive Alfuzosin hydrochloride (10 mg) tablet was prepared by direct compression method. The tablets were evaluated for in vitro release profile and various evaluation parameters. The floating lag time of Alfuzosin hydrochloride floating tablets were within the prescribed limit (<3 minutes). Formulation A8 (45 % HPMC K4 M, 12% EC) was selected as an optimum formulation as it shows more similarity in dissolution profile with marketed product (Similarity factor, f2= 83.05). From the present investigation it can be concluded that the gastro retentive Alfuzosin hydrochloride tablet is used to improve the absorption of drug and to reduce the frequency of administration with improved patient compliance.
Analysing the factors contributing towards technological gap of scientific rice cultivation in west Garo Hills district of Meghalaya published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
B. R. MARAK AND A. K. BANDYOPADHYAY The study was undertaken in Tikirkilla block and Selsella block of West Garo Hills district, Meghalaya, during April 2012 to June 2012, to identify and measure the technological gap in scientific rice cultivation, and to determine the different factors influencing farmers technological gap in scientific rice cultivation. Purposive and simple random sampling methods were followed to select the respondents in the study area. Total hundred respondents were selected to represent the sample for the study. The data were collected with the help of semi- structured interview schedule through personal interview method. The collected data were processed into the statistical tools like frequency, percentage, ranking, correlation and regression analyses. The outcome of the study reported that variables namely education, family size, material possession, market orientation and personal localite had shown the significant regressional effect on technological gap. Further, the study highlighted that 87 per cent of the farmers in the area of study had medium technological gap and 13 per cent of the farmers had low technological gap in the recommended package of practices in rice cultivation.
NIOSOMES: A NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Jessy Shaji1 and Akshay Shah1 Vesicular systems are novel means of delivering drug in a controlled manner to enhance bioavailability and to get therapeutic effect over a long period of time. Niosomes are one such hydrated vesicular system containing non ionic surfactants along with cholesterol or other lipids delivering drug to targeted site which are non toxic, requiring less production cost, stable over a longer period of time in different conditions, hence overcomes drawbacks of liposomes. Present review describes history, all factors affecting niosome formulations, manufacturing conditions, characterization, stability, administration routes and also their comparison with liposome. This review also gives relevant information regarding various applications of niosomes in gene delivery, vaccine delivery, anticancer drug delivery, etc.
PREPARATION AND SCREENING OF NEW POLYHERBAL FORMULATIONS FOR THEIR WOUND HEALING ACTIVITY IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ansar M. Patel*1, Dr. R. V. Savadi 2 The newly prepared Polyherbal formulations (Ointment, Gel and Liquid ) were evaluated for their wound healing activity in Excision and Incision wound models in rats. The wound-healing activity was assessed by the rate of wound contraction, period of epithelization and skin-breaking strength. In Excision wound model the Polyherbal Ointment treated group exhibit 99.780.11% reduction in wound area on 20th day when compared to standard Betadine Ointment and controls which was 98.550.44 % and 90.120.27% and faster rate of epithelization (16.55 0.46). In the incision wound model, there was a significant increase in tensile strength (538.10 1.52) was observed in ointment treated group. In all cases, there was a progressive decrease in wound area with time, indicating an efficacy of the formulations in healing the induced wounds. Our present study reveals that the new Polyherbal formulations posses potent wound healing activity, which could be a good choice of remedy for wound healing.
UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF ACYCLOVIR IN BULK AND TABLET DOSAGE FORM USING AREA UNDER CURVE METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhagyashri P.Pawaskar*, SugandhaV. Mulgund This paper describes development and validation of UV spectrophotometric method for the estimation of Acyclovir in tablet formulation using area under curve method. The standard and sample solutions of Acyclovir were prepared in distilled water. The area under curve in between 241to 251 nm was measured. The method followed linearity in the range of 2-12?g/ml with correlation coefficient value of 0.999. This method was validated for various parameters according to ICH guideline Q2 (R1). Satisfactory values of Percent relative standard deviation for the intra-day and inter-day precision indicated that method was precise. The mean percentage recovery of analyte was found to be 99.41%. LOD and LOQ were calculated as 0.3134?g/ml and 0.9515?g/ml, respectively.
Immuno Modulatory Potential of Bone Marrow Derived Mesenchymal Cells Against a Biological Graft published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr RemyaV, Naveen Kumar In the present study bone marrow derived mesenchymal cells of rat (R-BMSCs) were seeded over fish swim bladder (FSB) matrix. This cell- matrix construct was implanted in 2020mm2 size full thickness skin defect created on rat model. Humoral and cell mediated immune response against this biological graft was tested through ELISA and Lymphocyte Stimulation Test (LST) respectively. Results were compared with that of control model, where fish swim bladder alone, without R-BMCs was used as biological graft. The immune response elicited by test model was significantly (P<0.05) negligible when compared to control model, emphasizing the immuno modulatory potential of bone marrow derived mesenchymal cells.
Distribution and Economic Status of Uzi Fly Exorista Bombycis Louis, A Parasitoid of Mulberry Silk Worm Bombyx Mori L. in Maharashtra published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. AD Jadhav, AS Desai, Dr. TV Sathe Uzi fly Exorista bombycis Louis (Diptera:Tachinidae) is larval parasitoid of mulberry silk worm Bombyx mori L. (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae). In Maharashtra, mulberry sericulture is spread in 26 districts out of which E. bombycis was distributed in 09 districts. Uzi fly was more prevalent in the districts connected to Andhra pradesh and Karnataka namely, Kolhapur, Sangli, Solapur, Latur, Nanded, Parbhani, Nagpur and Bhandara with percent mortalities 62%, 36%, 55%, 20%, 12%, 10%, 02% and 22% respectively in silkworms. However, the incidence and economic damage to silkworms by Uzi fly much higher in western Maharashtra than Marathwada and Vidarbha. With preventive control measures and using Uzi tab and a biocontrol agent Nesolynx thymus the Uzi fly can be controlled in Maharashtra.
DEVELOPMENT OF ORAL DISINTEGRATING TABLET OF RIZATRIPTAN BENZOATE WITH INHIBITED BITTER TASTE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sandeep Aher*, Dr. Salunkhe K. S., Dr. Chaudhari S. R. The purpose of this research was to mask the bitter taste of Rizatriptan benzoate (RB) and to formulate an oral disintegrating tablet (ODT) of the taste-masked drug. Taste masking was done by mass extrusion with aminoalkylmethacrylate copolymer, Eudragit EPO, in different ratios. The drug: polymer ratio was optimized based on bitterness score and RB -polymer interaction. Taste masking was evaluated by checking the in vitro release of RB in simulated salivary fluid (SSF) of pH 6.8 and by sensory evaluation in human volunteers. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) were performed to identify the physicochemical interaction between RB and the polymer. For formulation of rapid- disintegrating tablets of RB, the batch that depicted optimum release of RB in SSF, was considered. ODTs of Rizatriptan Benzoate were prepared by using superdisintegrants namely, sodium starch glycolate, crospovidone and croscarmellose sodium using the direct compression method. The tablets were evaluated for hardness, friability, wetting time, in vitro disintegration time. The optimum formulation was selected and the tablets were evaluated for thickness, drug content, content uniformity and m outh feel, in vivo disintegration time, in vitro drug release at pH 1.2 and 6.8 and stability study. Eudragit EPO was able to mask the bitter taste of Rizatriptan benzoate effectively in 1:1 ratio by mass extrusion method. FTIR and DSC data revealed absence of RB-polymer interaction. ODTs containing crospovidone (5% w/w) depicted minimum disintegration time. Taste evaluation of ODT in human volunteers revealed considerable taste masking, with all 6 volunteers, reporting the taste of ODTs as good in comparison with RB. Thus, results conclusively demonstrated successful taste masking and rapid disintegration of the formulated tablets in the oral cavity with adequate dissolution. The research work suggests a rapid, simple and cost effective mass extrusion method for formulation of ODT of Rizatriptan benzoate.
Factors Influencing Delivery Service Utilization in Rural Areas of Dadeldhura District of Nepal published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Damaru Prasad Paneru Although, safe-motherhood is a priority issue in Nepal, there is paucity of researches about institutional delivery. Objective of the study was to identify the factors affecting utilization of institutional delivery services in rural areas of Dadeldhura District of Nepal. A cross-sectional study was conducted in the rural areas of Dadeldhura district among 376 mothers. Data were collected through individual interview. Descriptive and inferential statistics were applied. Approval was obtained from DHO, Dadeldhura. Almost 73% respondents had institutional delivery in the last child birth and 53.3% of them delivered at primary level health care facilities. Ethnicity, husbands literacy, history of institutional delivery, ANC, availability services, pregnancy monitored by Female Volunteers, quality of care, behavior of health workers, participation of husband in decision and knowledge of incentive scheme were significant factors affecting the utilization of institutional delivery care.
HAPTIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN SURGICAL SIMULATION, MEDICAL TRAINING AND MILITARY APPLICATION? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Miss. Snehal N. Meshram?, Prof. Amit M. Sahu? Engineering as it finds its wide range of application in every field not an exception even the medical and military field. One of the technologies which aid the surgeons to perform even the most complicated surgeries successfully is Virtual Reality. And In this paper I have a look at different military fields and applications. I present example applications, which are being used in those fields. The applications are discussed and conclusions are made. Haptics, despite of being a relatively new topic in military field, has a small but certain ground already and will be more important in the future. Even though virtual reality is employed to carry out operations the surgeons attention is one of the most important parameter. If he commits any mistakes it may lead to a dangerous end. So, one may think of a technology that reduces the burdens of a surgeon by providing an efficient interaction to the surgeon than VR. Now our dream came to reality by means of a technology called HAPTIC TECHNOLOGY
TOXICITY OF DAIRY EFFLUENT ON SEED GERMINATION, SEEDLING GROWTH AND METABOLISM IN PHASEOLUS MUNGO published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kotteswari M and Murugesan S* Different concentrations of dairy effluent treated were used in pot culture experiments to investigate its effect on seed germination and seedling growth in Phaseolus mungo. The high concentration of the different elements (already present in the effluent); BOD and COD affected the seed germination, seedling growth and ultimately plant growth and yield. The seed germination and seedling growth were significantly reduced with an increase in concentration of the untreated dairy effluent than that of treated effluent. It adversely affected seedling growth (radicle and plumule size), number of lateral roots, total chlorophyll and carotenoids, while increasing due to stress caused by dairy effluent.
VEGETABLE WASTE AS ALTERNATIVE MICROBIOLOGICAL MEDIA FOR LABORATORY AND INDUSTRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Chanda V. Berde* and Dr. Vikrant B. Berde The present study was aimed at finding the potential of vegetable waste as a culture media. Composition of the media and the efficiency of the media to support microbial growth were tested. The medium had a lower protein content and higher carbohydrate content. The media pH was 6.8 before sterilization. Medium supported growth of bacteria, fungi and yeast. Growth was comparable to that obtained on routine commercial media.
A NEAR WELLBORE SIMULATOR? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Zeeshan Ahmad, Jaspal K Saini, Haziq Jeelani? The major objective of this project is to develop a Near Wellbore Simulator, a software programme, which will assist oil and gas companies in effective chemical squeeze treatments in oil and gas fields. This report contains methodology planned to apply to develop the complete software package for proposed Near Wellbore Simulator. This document contains information about purpose and requirement of such programme, design of user interface for the programme users, methodology to do flow computation, and result calculation from flow computation have been described in sequence. In the beginning, the background information about challenges oil and gas companies are facing has been described along with the demand of this type of software programme. The objective of this project is to develop a near wellbore simulator (a software package) to simulate the scale inhibitor squeeze treatment operations and evaluate post squeeze well behavior. The proposed simulator will serve for all the challenges (described above) faced by operator during scale squeeze treatments. All the mathematical equations for solution flow, adsorption, desorption, will be provided and will be coded inside the software. The user of the software will input required data and compute squeeze treatments to solve various challenges they face during scale inhibitor squeeze. There is important demand of a software programme, a near wellbore simulator, which assist oil and gas companies in effective squeeze treatments The region or rock layers, which is close to wellbore (lets say up to 50 meters away from wellbore) is called near wellbore region. Due to deposition of scale mineral either on the rock surface in the near wellbore region or inside the wellbore, oil and gas production decreases. This software will help the oil and gas industries to determine what amount of chemicals should be used so that minerals should not get deposited on the wellbore.
Licitaes sustentveis: um estudo em instituies federais de ensino superior (IFES) na regio sul do Brasil published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Jessica Kopak Castro, Cludio Luiz de Freitas & Flvio da Cruz Entre as ferramentas utilizadas para estimular o desenvolvimento sustentvel no mercado, destaca-se a alternativa de implementao de polticas sustentveis nas licitaes feitas pelas Instituies Federais de Ensino Superior (IFES). Considerando essa implementao direcionada para as compras governamentais, este estudo tem por objetivo geral verificar o conhecimento das licitaes sustentveis nas IFES da regio sul. Como especficos: verificar a utilizao de critrios sustentveis nos processos licitatrios das IFES; verificar a probabilidade da implantao das Licitaes Sustentveis nas IFES e detectar obstculos para a implementao das Licitaes Sustentveis. Quanto metodologia no que se refere aos objetivos ela de natureza descritiva. Quanto aos procedimentos tcnicos trata-se de um survey. No que se refere abordagem do problema ela quantitativa. A trajetria metodolgica divide-se em trs fases: reviso terica onde so abordados os temas estudados, survey e discusso dos resultados. No final conclui-se que: Posicionando-se o governo no mercado como gerador de requisitos sustentveis e fonte de modificaes na cultura de produo, existem ainda obstculos para a execuo das polticas sustentveis no mercado. O estudo mostrou que a induo de critrios sustentveis para as licitaes requer no apenas normas, mas capacitao dos administradores para que a adoo dos requisitos seja efetiva. Palavras-chave: Licitao sustentvel; Contabilidade pblica; Sustentabilidade.

ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS  IN SAN MIGUEL, BAGGAO, CAGAYAN 

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Bannag: A Journal of Local Knowledge

Published by University of Saint Louis

Airah Jane C. Abad, Josephine M. Guerrero, Genifer B. Pataray and Jennifer C. B

Since time immemorial, plants have been put to medicinal use by the early groups of people which mean that medicinal plants constitute precious resources for mankind. Plants have been identified to have many uses such as food, shelter, but considering the type of living before, utilization for medicinal remedies is at its most significant heights. The objective of this study is to find out the different medicinal plants used by the people of San Miguel, Baggao. Based on the gathered data, this study aimed to provide a summarized information regarding the availability and utilization of medicinal plants in San Miguel through a pamphlet for the purpose of giving information to the natives as well as other readers as to what particular plants can be used to cure common ailments. Data were gathered through interview while plant specimen was identified and documented according to the ailments healed. This study was able to document 41 different medicinal plants used by 47 families. Mainly, the plants identified were used in treating 36 common ailments with respect to the parts utilized and the mode of preparation.  

Customer Perception towards Public and Private Sector Banks: A Binary Logistic Regression Model Approach published in

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Dr. Debasis Bhattacharya, Shuvendu Dey Researchers have used various approaches and techniques to measure bank performance. In this paper the authors have made an attempt to categorize customers who prefer to bank either with the private sector or the public sector. Authors have applied binary logistic regression model to classify customers into two groups based on some predictor variables. The findings of the study demonstrate that the respondents could be categorized into two groups depending on their responses provided on eleven service attributes including servqual attributes. The fit of the model provides sufficient evidence to conclude that logistic regression model is quite effective in sorting customers into two groups with negligible error.
STANDARDIZATION AND EVOLUTION OF HAIR CARE PRODUCTS WITH REFERENCE TO MARKETED SHAMPOOS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. D. Gopala Krishna*, Zainab Ali Almuzahmi, Wafa Khalifa Alshuhoomai and Amani Khalifa Almamari A shampoo is a cleaning aid for the hair and is counted among the foremost beauty products. Shampooing is the most common form of hair treatment. Shampoos are primarily been products aimed at cleansing the hair and scalp. Todays shampoo formulations are beyond the stage of pure cleaning of the hair. Additional benefits are expected, e.g., conditioning, smoothing of the hair surface, good health of hair, i.e., hair free of dandruff, dirt, grease and lice, and above all, its safety benefits are expected. Standardization of formulation is essential in order to assess the quality, purity, safety and efficacy of the drug. The present research study deals with the standardization and evaluation of marketed shampoo formulation. The standardization of this formulation, the organoleptic characters, physical properties, the various physico-chemical properties such as moisture content, total ash, total solid, surface tension, specific gravity, test for ammonia, test for basic nitrogen compound, determination of water by toluene distillation were carried out.A more radical approach in popularizing shampoo would be to change the consumer expectations from a shampoo, with emphasis on safety and efficacy. We have evaluated marketed shampoos; the findings of this investigation reveal that synthetic preservatives have sometimes been the cause of adverse effects among consumers. We have used the physico-chemical approach to preservation and by formulating a self-preserving shampoo, have avoided this risk posed by chemical preservatives. However, the aesthetic attributes, such as lather and clarity, of the laboratory shampoo are comparable with the each. The foam volume was on a par. Although the retail products were not fare so well in the tests conducted by us, they enjoy market popularity, especially if they foam well. This is mainly due to the false notion among consumers that a shampoo that foams well, works well, and no real effort on the part of manufacturers to counter this fallacy.
A Rare Case of Intra-Thyroid Dermoid Cyst in A Middle Aged Female published in

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Dr.Raxith Sringeri.R, Dr. Preethi S P, Dr.Kavitha.P.Palled INTRODUCTION: The term dermoid cyst describes a cystic lesion comprised of stratified squamous epithelium with epidermal appendages. PRESENTATION OF CASE: A dermoid cyst arising in the left lobe of the thyroid gland in a 35 year old female was managed with a left hemi-thyroidectomy. DISCUSSION: While congenital lesions feature frequently in the dierential diagnosis of childhood neck masses, dermoid cysts presenting as a unilateral neck mass are rare. Conclusion: When dermoid cysts found within the thyroid, their pathogenesis may be explained by a disruption of normal thyroid development. Excision appears the treatment of choice.
A Study on Patients Attitude and Satisfaction towards Multispecialty Hospitals (Special reference with Coimbatore city) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
P. Govindaraj, Dr. M. Venkatraman In recent era rising healthcare consumerism is changing the traditional physician-patient relationship into a provider-consumer one. By taking a consumerist stance, patients are now more inclined to ask questions, contribute to decision making, sample healthcare providers and switch services if they experience dissatisfaction. The whole focus of healthcare industry is patients well-being (both physical and mental). Patients are usually in a physical or a psychological discomfort when they consume health services. Further, due to high degree of intangibility involved in providing care and high professionalism (e.g. physician specialization, skills, etc.) demanded, healthcare services are difficult to evaluate patients/consumers in healthcare. Healthcare has numerous consumers: patients, who actually consume the service provided; physicians, who recommend healthcare providers for their patients; third-party payers, who dictate patients choice of hospitals by their substantial financial influence. Keeping pace with technological advances, there is a fundamental shift in healthcare consumerism patients are becoming better informed, more involved in their own healthcare and more demanding.

Frequency and distribution of ABO and Rh blood group in North Indian population

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Academic Journal of Anthropological Studies

Published by International Association of Scientists and Researchers

Priyanka Singh

ABO blood group is often known as a histo - blood group system as its antigens are expressed on the surface of the red blood cells and in addition to that also present on most of the tissues and in soluble forms in the secretions. The second most important blood group system is the Rhesus system and it is categorized into two group Rh positive and Rh negative. Both the ABO and Rh blood group system are important for blood transfusion, organ transplantation, paternal testing, legal medicine, population genetic study and also in the field of forensic science investigation purposes. The study was conducted to determine the frequency of ABO and Rh blood group in Northern India Population (Delhi and nearby states). The Blood was collected from the voluntarily participated donors and blood group was determined by simple agglutination method. During the study total 584 donors were screened and the results showed that the commonest ABO blood group was O (40.70%) followed by B (30.79%), A (17.56%) and AB (10.95%), Rh positive 82.85% and Rh negative 17.15% were found. In males the O (25.75%) positive was more common while in female B (35.45%) positive blood group was more common. Key Words: ABO, Rhesus factor, Blood groups, Antigens, Agglutination.

ROLE OF MISSIONARIES IN UPPER CLOTH RIOT IN KANYAKUMARI DISTRICT published in

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DR. A. VANAJA By strict conventions and rigid rules the women of the lower castes in Kanyakumari District were prohibited from covering their bosoms when they appeared before men of higher castes. The breast of women was bared as a symbol of respect to those of higher status. Due to the influence of liberal Christian ideas and the humanitarian activities of the missionaries, the new converts refused to perform the age old customs. It led to the upper cloth riots. With the efforts of the missionaries the government issued legislation and granted the right to wear upper cloth
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A HIGHLY SENSITIVE LCMS/MS METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF DAPOXETINE IN HUMAN PLASMA: APPLICATION TO A BIOEQUIVALENCE STUDY published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hamed Hamed Abu Seada1, Khalid Abdel-Salam Attia1, Mohammad Wafaa Nassar1, Ahmed El Hamouly2* In this study, an attempt was made to describe and validate a liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry method for the quantification of dapoxetine; a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor in human EDTA Na2 plasma according to the current bioanalytical guidelines. The internal standard used was reboxetine. The separation was performed on a Luna C18 5?m, 100A (50 x 4.6 mm), (Phenomenex) column under isocratic conditions using a mobile phase of acetonitrile and 0.5% formic acid in water 80:20 (v/v) at ambient temperature with a flow rate of 1.0 ml/min. The detection of dapoxetine and the internal standard was performed in multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) mode using a Triple quadrupole LC/MS/MS Mass Spectrometer with electro spray ionization, operating in positive ion mode. The human plasma samples (0.25 ml) were extracted using liquid-liquid extraction with tertiary butyl methyl ether. The method shows a good linearity (R2 > 0.996), precision (CV< 8.8%) and accuracy (bias < 8.5%) over the range of 0.1-1200 ng/ml dapoxetine in plasma. The recovery was between 82.03 and 84.6%. The limit of quantification was 0.1 ng/ml. The analysis required only a 1.2 minutes run. The developed and validated method for the determination of dapoxetine in human plasma was successfully applied in a bioequivalence study, for analysing approximately 800 subjects samples.

EEG Classification using Semi Supervised Learning

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Shivshankar Kumar Yadav | Veena S.

The major challenge in the current brain–computer interface research is the accurate classification of time varying electroencephalographic EEG signals. The labeled EEG samples are usually scarce, while the unlabeled samples are available in large quantities and easy to collect in real applications. Semi supervised learning SSL methods can utilize both labeled and unlabeled data to improve performance over supervised approaches. However, it has been reported that the unlabeled data may undermine the performance of SSL in some cases. This study proposes a three stages technique for automatic detection of epileptic seizure in EEG signals. In practical application of pattern recognition, there are often diverse features extracted from raw data which needs to be recognized. Proposed method is based on time series signal, spectral analysis and recurrent neural networks RNNs . Decision making was performed in three stages i feature extraction using Welch method power spectrum density estimation PSD ii dimensionality reduction using statistics over extracted features and time series signal samples iii EEG classification using recurrent neural networks. This study shows that Welch method power spectrum density estimation is an appropriate feature which well represents EEG signals. We achieved higher classification accuracy specificity, sensitivity, classification accuracy in comparison with other researches to classify EEG signals exactly 100 in this study. To improve the safety of SSL, we proposed a new safety control mechanism by analyzing the differences between unlabeled data analysis in supervised and semi supervised learning. We then develop and implement a safe classification method based on the semi supervised extreme learning machine SS ELM . Following this approach, the Wasserstein distance is used to measure the similarities between the predictions obtained from ELM and SS ELM algorithms, and a different risk degree is thereby calculated for each unlabeled data instance. A risk based regularization term is then constructed and embedded into the objective function of the SS ELM. Extensive experiments were conducted using benchmark and EEG datasets to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed method. Experimental results show that the performance of the new algorithm is comparable to SS ELM and superior to ELM on average. It is thereby shown that the proposed method is safe and efficient for the classification of EEG signals. Shivshankar Kumar Yadav | Veena S. "EEG Classification using Semi Supervised Learning" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23355.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/23355/eeg-classification-using-semi-supervised-learning/shivshankar-kumar-yadav
Studies on the production of Neutral Protease by Rhizopus oligosporus NCIM 1215 using Lablab purpureus seed powder under solid state fermentation published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
D. Siva Rama Prasad1* and K. Jaya Raju2 Among all the enzymes proteases have significant role. Proteases are the enzymes which causes the breakdown of proteins. In view of wider applications of these proteases, in the present study the production of neutral protease using Rhizopus oligosporus NCIM 1215 carried out under solid state fermentation. Various substrate powders (Lablab purpureus seeds, Diascoria alata, Tamarind seeds, Water melon peel, papaya peel ) were screened for the maximum yield of enzyme and it was found that Lablab purpureus seed powder has more potential to serve as a substrate for neutral protease production by the fungal strain Rhizopus oligosporus NCIM 1215. Various physico-chemical fermentation parameters were studied and optimized for the production of highly active neutral protease. The parameters optimized are fermentation time (4 days), fermentation temperature (400C), optimum pH (7), initial moisture content (160%), inoculums age (4 days old) and inoculums volume (1ml). The effect of supplements like carbon source lactose (1%) and nitrogen source casein (0.5%) were studied and maximum yield obtained is 258.57 U/gds. The proteases have wider applications in the field of food, pharmaceuticals and leather industries etc.
Primary gastric tuberculosis- case report and review of literature published in

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Venkatarangareddy Valluru, Mohanreddy G, Lakshmi Varra, Neelima Primary gastric tuberculosis is a rare clinical manifestation of extra-pulmonary infection. The presentation is nonspecific and misleading. The disease resembles other clinical conditions like peptic ulcer disease or malignancy. We report a case of primary gastric tuberculosis who presented with chronic abdominal pain. The diagnosis was based on TB PCR because of absence of acid-fast bacilli in the endoscopic biopsy specimen.
Education for Mentally Retarded Children published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
P. SHANTHY and C. RAMASUBRAMANIAN The intellectual gap between the normal and mentally retarded children, which exists at birth or soon thereafter tends to increase with age and is permanent and largely irremediable. This must be realized and accepted by parents and teachers alike possible attitudes to the problem are to be developed.
Six sigma strategy for world class quality A case study published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.H. MANKAR AND KISHOR P. KOLHE Six Sigma methodology provides the techniques and tool to improve the capability and reduces the defects in any process. It concentrates on measuring product / service quality, reducing variation, driving improvements and saving the cost. The original application was to eliminate assembly line defects, but since then it has expanded into almost every corporate operation. Six Sigma is described as a philosophy, methodology and breakthrough strategy to solve the problems. There are many organizational examples (mainly USA and UK based) of large scale improvements in defects and process measures attributed to this approach. Six Sigma methodology improves any existing business process by constantly reviewing and returning the process. To achieve this, Six Sigma uses a methodology known as DMAIC (Define opportunity, Measure performance, Analyze opportunity, Improve performance, Control performance).Six Sigma strives for perfection. It allows for only 3.4 defects per million opportunities for each product or service transaction for world class quality. Six Sigma relies heavily on statistical techniques to reduce defects and measure quality. The aim of this paper is to explore the possibilities of the implementation of Six Sigma strategy to the book publishing industries in India, which is not very old and not as advanced as in developed nations
The factors accountable for professionalism in administration of sugar co-operative sector of South Gujarat published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.M. NAIK, B.M. TANDEL AND N.M. CHAUHAN Professionalism is essentially a function of modernization in which co-operatives have to emerge as strong business enterprises so as to emerge triumphant amidst the winds of change in the economy. As they have matured as organizations, there is a corresponding need to infuse adequate doses of professionalism in their functioning. They will have to manage change through scientific behavioural tools and innovations. They will have to discard their old norms of functioning, imbibe a new culture and sharpen their powers of resilience so as to march ahead in this tumultuous era. In this pursuit, professionalism competence of co-operatives should come to the force. In order to assess the amount of contribution (influence) of each independent variable to the dependent variable; the effect of other was held constant. Efroymsons (1962) stated that stepwise regression is one such method which has been widely adopted in multiple regression analysis. Out of all independent variables, the professionalism in management of sugar co-operative sector was affected and predicted by four independent variables, namely, knowledge about principles of co-operation, group motivation, family size and perceived benefits of co-operatives and which had together contributed to 63.58 per cent of the total variation in the perception of professionalism. The findings are suggestive of the fact that the farmers having more knowledge about principles of co-operation, higher group motivation, family size and more perception regarding benefits of co-operatives were found to have more perception of professionalism in management of sugar co-operative sector.
Synthesis and Pharmacological Aspects of Some Novel N-(4-(2-(Methyl(3-Methyl-1-Phenyl-1H-Pyrazol-5- Yl)Amino)Thiazol-4-Yl) Phenyl)(Alkyl) Amide Derivatives. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ranjit K Patel, Ashwin D Acharya, Jyotindra Mahyavanshi, KOKILA A.PARMAR (Z)-N-methyl-3-(2-phenylhydrazono)butanamide (I),has been obtained from the condensation of N-methyl3-oxobutanamide ( 0.10 mol) and phenyl hydrazine (0.10 mol).The compound is than converted to its N,3dimethyl-1-phenyl-1H-pyrazol-5-amine (II) and N-(methyl(3-methyl-1-phenyl-1H-pyrazol-5-yl)carbamothioyl) benzamide (III) by condensing with P2S5 and benzoyal chloride/ammonium thiocynate.Which on further reaction gives compound (IV).Led compound on reaction with P-Phenacyl bromid gives compound (V). In presence of iron powder in acetic acid gives (VI).Further on reaction gives(VII) and its derivates(b-j). The synthesized compounds were evaluated for their in vitro antibacterial activity against gram positive and gram negative bacterial strains and two fungal species. The structures of the compounds were elucidated with the aid of IR, 1HNMr ,13C NMR.Mass spectroscopy and elemental analysis.
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.
Changes in Blood Concentration of Imatinib and Creatine Kinase in A Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Patient With Peritoneal Dialysis published in

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Yutaka Tsutsumi, M.D -
IMPACT OF CARDIOSPERMUM HELICACABUM L. ON MICROBES ISOLATED FROM STREET VENDED FOOD IN MAYILADUTHURAI AREA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S.Vijayarani and T.Nithiya * The aim of this work was to study the presence of food borne pathogens (Bacteria and Fungi) in street vended food and to investigate the antimicrobial activity of different leaf extract of Cardiospermum helicacabum, for a potential use in food industries. Five different food samples (chicken fry, vada, samosa, panipuri and biriyani) were collected from street vendors in Mayiladuthurai area, Tamilnadu, India. Presence of high aerobic bacterial load was observed in the samples. Pathogenic bacteria like Escherichia coli, Enterobacter sp., Klebsiella pneumoniae, Pseudomonas sp., Salmonella typhi, Shigella sp., Staphylococcus sp. Streptococcus pyogenes and fungi like Aspergillus niger were detected, is indicative of fecal and water borne contamination of food samples. All the isolates were inhibited by ethanol, acetone and aqueous leaf extract of Cardiospermum helicacabum. The leaf extract of Cardiospermum helicacabum considered in this research showed satisfactory antimicrobial activity and could be used for the treatment of microbial infection from the street food contamination.
Empowerment of women through different training programmes published in

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SHARANBIR KAUR AND SHIVANI SHARMA Women are the most neglected part of our society especially those who are residing in the rural areas. They have very passive role in the family decisions due to their low educational level. They work for 14-16 hours a day and have to perform all types of household, farm and allied activities. Their economic status is low because of unemployment in economic sector. Keeping in view the above facts, All India Coordinated Research Project on Home Science, FRM component under the objective Empowerment of women through capacity building was conducted intensive training programmes in three adopted villages of Ludhiana district to improve the knowledge of women for better living and to empower them for undertaking income generating projects so that they can contribute towards family income and improve the financial status of their families. Different training programmes were conducted to impart knowledge to total 105 participants (35 from each village). Further, impact analysis of the training programmes was done and the results showed that almost all the respondents gained full knowledge of all the aspects of training programmes. But most of them used the knowledge gained through different trainings for making articles to fulfill their household needs or to give these items to their friends and relatives. There were only few respondents who used the knowledge of candle making for earning money for their families.
Campus Settlement Systems And A Perspective on A Campus Planning published in

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Orkun ALPTEK?N University campuses serve as social, cultural and sport centers for the cities in which they are located. Campuses can nowadays be regarded as one of the municipalities of cities due to their large size, population and the various complex activities taking place in them. Campuses also serve as both an environment for learning and a public space with its concert halls, sport areas, landscaped grounds and educational buildings. Everyday university campuses change imperceptibly and dramatically. Therefore the integrity of places is disrupted so ensuring coordination of academic units that are located in different places is getting difficult in terms of time and availability. In this paper Eskisehir Osmangazi University Main Campus Plan is evaluated according to existing campus plan systems and recommendations are presented.
EDUCATION DETERMINES THE HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE ON THE STROKE PATIENTS OF THE NATIONAL STROKE HOSPITAL, WEST SUMATERA, INDONESIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Lailaturrahmi1, Armenia*1, Khairil Armal2 and Akmal2 Background: HRQoL is a comprehensive assessment method to understand the disease burden of stroke patients. This study determine the association between social demography characteristics (gender, age, education, and occupation) with HRQoL of the hypertensive stroke patients with or without other comorbidities. Method: The research was conducted between March to May 2014. An amount of 155 patients were participated in this study. The patients were interviewed by using Stroke Specific Quality of Life (SSQoL) questionnaire that has been translated to Indonesian to determine the HRQoL score. Data of patients gender, age, education, and occupation were collected by interviewing the patients whiched were confirmed by their medical records. T-test and one-way ANOVA were used to analyze the relationship between social demography characteristics of hypertensive stroke patients with their HRQoL. The 95% confidence intervals was taken for the significance. Results: Education level significantly affected the HRQoL score (p<0.05), while gender, age, and occupation were not significantly influenced the HRQoL score (p>0.1). Patients who completed the education in senior high school possessed the highest HRQoL score and the patients with lower level of education had lower HRQoL score. Conclusion: The HRQoL of the stroke patients is determined by their level of education, but not by gender, age, and occupation.
The Evaluation of Combine Drug Action of Codeine as a Supplementary Drug with Biginelli Dihydropyrimidinone Compounds published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Deepak M. Nagrik, bDamodar M.Ambhore,cShrikant S.Patil,bJanakiram B.Devhade Dihydropyrimidinones (DHPMs) were synthesized by the three component Biginelli reaction which includes the condensation of aldehyde, ?-ketoester and urea. Codeine was used as the supplementary drug in combination of the resultant Biginelli compounds for biological screening. Interesting results were obtained in accordance with the principle of Synergism. It was observed that, synthesized Dihydropyrimidinones (DHPMs) and the supplementary drug, Codeine worked together to produce results which were not independently obtainable
LEVELS OF SERUM CALCIUM ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE AND URINARY HYDROXYPROLINE IN POST MENOPAUSAL WOMEN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Dr.SK.Deepthi* and 2Dr.Amar Raghu Narayan Osteoporosis is the term used for diseases that cause a reduction in the mass of bone per unit volume and is one of the dreaded afflications of ageing. it is a silently progressing metabolic bone disease widely prevalent in post menopausal women in India. Osteoprorosis increases bone fragility and susceptibility to fractures. This study was conducted to evaluate the role of serum calcium, alkaline phosphatase and urinary hydroxyl proline in postmenopausal women. Case control study was conducted in 70 women (40 postmenopausal women as cases, 30 premenopausal women as controls) serum calcium, ionized calcium, serum estradiol, serum alkaline phosphatase urinary hydroxyproline were estimated in both cases and controls. There was decrease in serum estradiol levels in postmenopausal women when compared to premenopausal women. Estrogen deficiency induces bone loss similarly ALP was increased in postmenopausal women which was significant P<0.001, there was decrease in serum calcium levels in postmenopausal women which was significant p value <0.01 and urinary hydroxyl proline was increased in postmenopausal women which was significant p value 0.0001.
Study on Flowering and other growth Behavior of Brinjal (Solanum melongena) var.BR 112 in Admiration to Effect of C.M.L. (Country Made Liquor) published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Seema Dwivedi1, Sanjeev Sharma2, Kapil Sharma2, Kunwarvir Singh2 * and Arun2 An Experiment was conducted to study the Flowering and other growth Behavior of Brinjal Solanum melongena var: BR112 with Country made Liquor (CML) under the environmental conditions. Seeds of Solanum melongena L cv BR112, were sown at the depth of 2.5cm, with different treatments i.e. S1 (control-without CML 36%V/V), S2 (Soil + Spray of CML (36%V/V) at the interval of 3 days, S3 (Soil + Spray of CML 36% V/V only at the time of Flowering. 2000 replicates of each treatment were used for the study. Total no. of germinated plants were counted from each set of all treatments at the interval period of 5 days after sowing and reported as emergence count. For flowering study, flowers were counted from all the treatments and other growth Behavior studied. Result revealed that CML treated batch showed maximum Flowering i.e. 29 flowers per plant were observed in S2 (CML treated) treatment which was more than control (S1 treatment that was 16 flowers per plant). And 20 flowers per plant were observed in S3 treatment (CML treated only at the time of Flowering), which was more than control (S1 treatment) after 42 days. After 42 days of growth plantlets also showed maximum plant height (45cm), width of leaves (6.5cm), length of leaves (7.5cm) in S2 treatment, which was more than S1 (control) and S3 treatment. And in S3 treatment after 42 days of growth plantlets also showed, plant height (38cm), width of leaves (6.4cm), length of leaves (6.7cm), which was more than S1 treatment. In S1 treatment (control) plant height (34 cm), width of leaves (5.9 cm), length of leaves (6.5 cm).
UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF DIACEREIN IN API AND CAPSULE DOSAGE FORM USING AREA UNDER CURVE METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Hemant Kumar Jain* and Ravi S. Kadam The aim of present work was to develop an accurate, precise, reproducible and economical UV spectrophotometric Area Under Curve method for estimation ofDiacerein. The Area Under Curve of UV spectrum was calculated between 246 to 266 nm and a simple method was developed.The method has followed linearity in the range of 2-10?g/ml.The value of correlation coefficient was 0.9976. This method was validated as per ICH guideline Q2 (R1).Satisfactory values of Percent relative standard deviation for the intra-day and interday precision indicated that method is precise. Results of the recovery studies (99.73% to 101.99%) showed accuracy of the method. LOD and LOQ were calculated as 0.70?g/ml and 2.13?g/ml,respectively. The developed method can be used for routine estimation of Diacerein in bulk and Capsule dosage forms.
THE EFFECT OF (-)-EPIGALLOCATECHIN-3-GALLATE GREEN TEA ON NEUTROPHIL COUNT AND INFECTED CELLS BY CANDIDA ALBICANS IN A MURINE MODEL OF ORAL CANDIDIASIS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Remita Adya Prasetyo1*, Nasronudin2 and Retno Pudji Rahayu3 Background: Oral candidiasis is an infection caused by commensal fungi of Candida species in the oral cavity that serves as an opportunistic pathogen with Candida albicans (C. albicans) as the most frequent (80%) etiology. The prevalence of oral candidiasis tends to increase due to the increasing population of immunocompromised patients and resistance to anti fungal. This requires alternative treatment to enhance the effectivity of anti fungal medications such as green tea (Camellia sinensis) with (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) as the main polyphenol component and most potent (59-65%). The effect of EGCG green tea in obliterating oral candidiasis through neutrophil count and infected cells by C. albicans is not clearly determined yet up to now. Objective: To analyze the effect of EGCG green tea in a murine model of oral candidiasis through neutrophil count and infected cells by C. albicans. Method: True laboratory experimental study with randomized post test only control group design, using Wistar male rats. The rats were grouped into 1 control and 3 intervention groups. EGCG was given with the dosage of 0, 1, 2 and 4 mg/kgBW/day as the intervention. Result: immunohistochemistry and Hematoxyllineosin stain showed that EGCG green tea increased neutrophil count and decreased infected cells by C. albicans. Conclusion: EGCG green tea has been significantly increased neutrophil count and decreased infected cells by C. albicans in a murine model of oral candidiasis.
Bio-efficacy of neonicotinoids against Aphis gossypii Glover of okra published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. GHOSAL, M. L. CHATTERJEE AND 1A. BHATTACHARYYA Department of Agricultural Entomology, 1Department of Agricultural Chemicals Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya Mohanpur-741252, Nadia, West Bengal An experiment was conducted to observe the efficacy of some neonicotinoids against aphid of okra during pre- kharif season of 2010 and 2011 at Instructional Farm, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya. Imidacloprid 17.8 SL @ 50 g a.i. ha-1 was found as a most effective neonicotinoid insecticide against aphid. It recorded least aphid infestation and 84.54 % reduction of population over control. To control aphid population of okra the other two neonicotinoids viz., thiamethoxam 25WG @ 50 g a.i. ha-1 and acetamiprid 20SP @ 40 g a.i. ha-1 were also found at par with imidacloprid and showed better result than acephate 75WP and dimethoate 30EC. Considering incremental cost benefit ratio acetamiprid 20SP @ 40g a.i. ha-1 was found most economic over other neonicotinoids. None of the neonicotinoids have adverse effect on natural enemies of aphid in okra ecosystem.
ICT Enabled Teacher Education in Context of New Millennium published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
J.D. Singh Informatio n and communication technology (ICT) has become common place entities in all aspects of life. It is an indispensable part of the contemporary world. It has the potential to accelerate, enrich, and deepen skills; motivate and engage student s in learning. In fact, culture and society have to be adjusted to meet the challenges of the knowledge age. The pervasiveness of ICT has brought about rapid technological, social, political, and economic transformation, which has come out in a network society organized around ICT. The field of education has not been unaffect ed by the penetrating influence of information and communication technology. Undoubtedly, ICT has impacted on the quality and quantity of teaching, learning, and research in education institutions. In research, ICT provides opportunities for teacher educat ion colleges to communicate with one another through email, mailing lists, chat rooms, and so on. It helps to relate college expe riences to work practices and to create economic v iab ility for tomorrows generation . So, we have to inquire the utilization of technology in teacher education institutions for 21st century classrooms . In such a rapidly changing context, this paper explore s how teachers can be empowered and prepared to meet the challenges and new expectations effectively is a crucial concern in po licy making of teacher education and professional development of teachers in India.
Physical health status and psychological distress of working menopausal women :A case study of Jammu city published in

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NIROJINI BHAT BHAN, FARHAT MASOODI AND GUNEET KOUR The present study was designed to evaluate the health status of working menopausal women in the age group of 41-56 years of Jammu city. The objectives was to assess the physical health status among menopausal women by examining their physical distress and psychological distress and to find the relationship between physical and psychological symptoms. A sample of the study comprised of 88 working menopausal women. Purposive random sampling technique was used to select the sample. To collect the information, CMI Health Questionnaire was used. Result revealed that women had both physical and psychological health problems in all the age groups, but not severe. Highest mean score of the physical problems was found in the third age group (51-56 years). Highest mean score of the psychological problems was found in the second age group (46-51 years). Correlation between age and health status was significant

Energy Efficient Routing Strategies for Large Scale Wireless Sensor in Heterogeneous Networks

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

O. Sampath | . P. Suryanarayana Babu

The efficiency of a wireless sensor network depends on its life time. By conserving the energy of each sensor for increase in the network life time. The basic operations of a wireless sensor network are sensing 1 the data to the energy sink term is for next transmitting node. The communication or routing 2 process operation be allowed in any operations for all nodes 3 . We propose to select a specific collection of nodes for communication with considering the importance of wireless sensor where security 4 and power usage 5 is taken as top priority. O. Sampath | . P. Suryanarayana Babu ""Energy Efficient Routing Strategies for Large Scale Wireless Sensor in Heterogeneous Networks"" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-2 , February 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd20281.pdf Paper URL:https://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/20281/energy-efficient-routing-strategies-for-large-scale-wireless-sensor-in-heterogeneous-networks/o-sampath
 
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF VARIOUS ETHANOLIC SEED EXTRACTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Delphin.D.V, Haripriya.R, Subi.S, Jothi.D and P.Thirumalai Vasan* The screening and study of four different seeds belonging to different families for phytochemical constituents was performed using generally accepted laboratory technique for qualitative determinations. The constituents screened were tannins, saponins, terpenoids, flavonoids, glycosides, carotenoids, steroids, protein, carbohydrate and alkaloids. The distribution of these constituents in the seeds were assessed and compared. The plant seeds studied were Phoenix dactylifera, Manilkara zapota, Artocarpus heterophyllus and Carica papaya. Results revealed the presence of saponins, tannins, flavonoids, alkaloids, carbohydrates, phenolic compounds and carotenoids in the ethanolic extract of Carica papaya seeds. In case of other seeds, ethanolic extract of Phoenix dactylifera contains saponin, terpenoids, phenolic compounds and glycosides. Ethanolic extracts of Manilkara zapota contains tannins, terpenoids and phenolic compounds whereas Artocarpus heterophyllus extract showed the positive results for saponins, tannins, terpenoids and flavonoids.
DEVELOPMENT OF ALGORITHMS AND APPLICATION COMPONENT MODEL TO ANALYZE AND FIX ERRORS TEST. published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov;Dinara Zhaksylykovna Shyrynkhanova The process of working of the Center for testing University, and includes the reception of test tasks of teachers in various disciplines, validation of recruitment and clearance for entry into the database and its further use in examinations.
Congestion Detection & Minimization in Wireless Sensor Network By Using Multipath Rate Organization Technique? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Prof. Sachin Patel, Prof. Rakesh Pandit, Mr.Abhijeet Rathod In wireless sensor network to achieve higher consistency and load balancing the various multipath routing protocols have been proposed. Moreover, wireless sensor network typically incorporates heterogeneous applications within the same network. A sensor node may have multiple sensors i.e. light, temperature, motion etc. with different transmission characteristics. An important function of the transport layer in WMSNs is congestion control [1]. When an event occurs the sensor node becomes active in transmitting information because of this data traffic increases and might lead to congestion that results in packet drops and decrease network performance. In this paper, we present a new technique on node based Congestion Control with Priority Support distributing the load on node as an indication of congestion degree [6]. The rate assignment to each traffic source is based on its priority index as well as its current congestion degree.
Tattoo induced cutaneous tuberculosis: a rare occurence published in

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Kanthilatha Pai, Poornima Baliga, Sathish Pai,Vidya Monappa neous Tuberculosis is an Cutuncommon form of extrapulmonary tuberculosis and is infrequently seen in dermatology practice. Primary inoculation tuberculosis occurs following direct inoculation of mycobacterium in the skin of a person through a breach in the continuity of skin from an abrasion of the skin, allowing the entry of tubercle bacilli.The causative organism of cutaneous TB is most oftenM. tuberculosis.We report a case of cutaneous tuberculosis in a 24 year old male over the dorsum of left hand occurring at the site of tattoo art

Store Management Practices in Medium Scale Engineering Firm

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Mr. Shrikant S. Karanjkar

The space, room and the building where various types of materials, semi finished, finished goods and items purchased and manufactured in the organization are kept temporarily or for sufficient time till they are removed to supply for production and sale or used for consumption is called a Store or Warehouse. Finished parts or products ready for shipment and sale are called stock and they are separately stored in a place called stock room. Each and every type of material needs a separate place, bin or container and a room to keep it and the type of store depends upon the type of material which is stored there. The part of material enters directly at the production facility after its purchase and rest is supplied to the stores. The part coming out from production facility, some of them enters the production center or facility and rest are stored. In the same way, components produced at some facility are sent to assembly center and rest are stored. Finally, the output is the final product sent to stock or sell. This process of supplying and storing the various materials and parts is called Stores Management. As per the demand and requirement of materials at the production facility, the materials are supplied from the stores. The storage of materials maintains the continuity in production. Mr. Shrikant S. Karanjkar "Store Management Practices in Medium Scale Engineering Firm" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | Fostering Innovation, Integration and Inclusion Through Interdisciplinary Practices in Management , March 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23088.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/management/mis-and-retail-management/23088/store-management-practices-in-medium-scale-engineering-firm/mr-shrikant-s-karanjkar
Influence of Spirulina platensis Cyanobacterium on Some pathogenic bacteria isolated from different diets . published in

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Abeer, A.Abu Zaid, Doaa,M. Hammad, Eman,M. Sharaf The present work was carried out to examine Spirulina Platenss water extract as antibacterial agent. Twenty bacterial strains (M01 M20) were isolated under aerobic conditions from twelve traditional food products; further all strains were identified by partial 16SrRNA gene sequencing and phylogenetic analysis. Fifteen strains were identified by 97-100% identity including Bacillus circulance (4), Bacillus subtilis (4), Staphylococcus aureus (3), and Echerichia coli (4). Other isolates were identified by 85-92% identity; therefore these species are considered as new ones and named: Bacillus sp. (M07, M09, M10) and Staphylococcus sp. (M12, M13).Antibacterial activity of S. platensis water extract was recorded against the 20 bacterial strains. At S. platensis water extract concentration of 100mg/ml; inhibition zones diameter for all tested isolates ranged between 4 and 12 mm, while minimum inhibitory concentration of S. platensis extract(1l/ml)was found to be effective against all Bacillus circulance, Esherichia coli strains and 2 out of 5 strains of Staphylococcus aureus. Results obtained revealed that water extracts of S. platensis showed better antibacterial activity against the pathogens used; further researches are recommended to identify and purify natural bioactive products from S. platensis as antimicrobial compounds, this will provide a new opportunity for the application of this cyanobacterium as a perfect probiotic, neutraceutical and in preventing some chronic diseases where free radicals are involved.
Epistemología del Pensamiento Pedagógico como Eje Transformador en la Praxis Educativa
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Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo (INDTEC)

Marianny del Carmen Acosta Vega; Maibelyn del Carmen Acosta Vega

El propósito del presente ensayo es destacar las bases epistemológicas en la formación pedagógica del docente en Venezuela, para así incentivar a la formación docente crítica y reflexiva, bajo fundamentos filosóficos y pedagógicos, tales como el Ideario Bolivariano de Simón Rodríguez (1769-1854); el pedagogo Luis Beltrán Prieto Figueroa (1902-1993); la educadora Belén San Juan (1916-2004) y de esta manera lograr una verdadera transformación en la praxis educativa. Para ello se realizó una investigación de carácter documental, siendo la revisión bibliográfica la técnica de recolección de información. Finalmente se esboza la visualización de docentes centrados en la investigación y en la práctica reflexiva de la acción.

FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FAST DISINTEREATING COMBINATION AMLODIPIN BESYLATE AND ATENOLOL TABLET USING NATURAL DISINTIGRANT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Yadav Nilesh M* and Kumar Rachna S. The present study aimed to develop fast disintegrating tablets of Amlodipine besylate and Atenolol using natural disintegrants like Guar gum, Gum Karaya & synthetic superdisintegrants like Croscaramellose sodium, Sodium starch glycolate and crospovidone. Disintereant concentration was taken in this studies 1%, 2%, 3%. Precompressional studies revealed good micromeritic properties of powder blend. Various Formulations of were prepared by direct compression method and were evaluated for their physico chemical properties, drug release and stability studies The hardness, friability, drug content and disintegration time of fast dissolving tablets were found uniform and reproducible. Dissolution test shows that 3 % w/w concentration was found optimum for both disintigrant. Optimized formulation was compare with marketed formulation. Drug release of marketed formulation was only 97.65% AML 98.91% ATEN at the end of 24 min which is much less as compared to the optimized batch (F3 & F6) which showed drug release of 101.75% AML 100.52% ATE for F3 batch and 99.92% AML 100.51% ATEN for F6 batch at the end of 18 min.
Farmacovigilancia de interacciones medicamentosas en pacientes afiliados al sistema de salud de Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Jorge E. Machado Alba, Claudia Giraldo Giraldo Objectives: to determine the possible medication interactions that generate problems related to safety medications, needs or effectiveness, throughout the active search in data bases of patients affiliated to the General Health System of Social Security. Methods: based on the data base from Audifarma S.A. in regards to the distribution of medications to 3.7 million of users in the country, a systematic review of the statistics of a series of drugs identified for presenting interactions. Results: out of the total of patients that were taking omeprazol, it was found that 12.3% at the same time received magnesium hydroxide plus aluminum; 1.7% received ranitidine; 1.0% sucralfate, and also 0.3% were at the same time taking omeprazol + sucralfate+magnesium hydroxide and aluminum and 0.4% omeprazol + ranitidine +magnesium hydroxide and aluminum, which do not maximize the anti ulcerous effect or may antagonize its actions. It was also found that 0.2% of the patients was taking verapamil and at the same time received digoxin or methyl digoxin with the risk of increasing the toxicity and antagonizing its inotropic effect. All these cases were notified to those responsible for their sanitary attention. Discussion: medication interactions represent a potential risk, which has to be considered by the prescribing doctors. Drug surveillance allows the optimization of resources and the prevention of adverse events which may potentially cause mortality or be lethal. It is recommended that data bases be searched in order to reinforce the surveillance programs in relation to the use of medicines in the country.
USING OF MOBILE PHONES AMONG THE RURAL PEOPLE IN SALEM DISTRICT OF TAMIL NADU published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
C. Gobalakrishnan, B.K.Mohamed Ameerudeen Mobile phone is widely used by all the sections of people irrespective of gender, caste, religion, race and nation. In India, this mobile telecommunication was introduced in the year 1994 through establishment of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) by enactment of National Telecom Policy. Before the establishment of TRAI, the central government provided the service to the general public through landline mode and that too owned by government. But after the establishment of TRAI, the central government opened the door to the private network services to provide best services to the general public. It means that due to the competition, the private companies come forward to provide best services at a cheap rate. This enables the general public to purchase mobile phone on their own and communicate easily as well as quickly with others as they wish. Therefore mobile phone is the part and parcel of everyones life and it became an unavoidable instrument for everybod y. The present paper is an attempt to study the using of mobile phone among the rural people in Salem District of Tamil Nadu.
A Study of Teachers Perceptions of Cultural and Creative Arts Curriculum Content in Junior Secondary Schools in Nigeria published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Hemant Chauhan, Prof. Pankaj Shah Risk management is one of the important issues for real estate sector. It is necessary to take the steps towards the risk minimization. The main contribution of the present paper is to provide a risk management framework to the decision makers in the real estate sector. This paper has used the AHP methodology to rank the various risk management factors of real estate sector. In total twenty five practices were identified from the literature and expert survey. The ranking of these practices has been done by using AHP technique. The list of important risk management factors presented in the study is very important for the real estate sector. The main objective of this framework was to address all key risk management practices in real estate sector.However, one of the major drawbacks of AHP is biasness in expert opinions. A small sample size limits the findings of this paper. The generalizability of findings is only available in real sector, and not to other sectors. This provides a direction for further research where one can extend the use of AHP technique to prioritize factors in other sectors.

A REVIEW ON ARTIFICIAL BLOOD

 

 

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International Journal of Medical Studies

Published by kedar nagarjun publications

Arjun Singh Solanki

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 throughout the body. Depending on the type of artificial blood, it can be produced in different ways using synthetic production, chemical isolation, or recombinant biochemical technology. Development of the first blood substitutes dates back to the early 1600s, and the search for the ideal blood substitute continues. Various manufacturers have products in clinical trials; however, no truly safe and effective artificial blood product is currently marketed. It is anticipated that when an artificial blood product is available.

 

KEYWORDS: Blood, Artificial blood, Per fluorocarbons.

 

Decades to Accumulate, Seconds to fall A Case Study on Meethotamulla Garbage Dump Collapse in Sri Lanka

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International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Chathumani D | Deepthi Wickrama Singhe | Isuru Gunarathna

This investigation presents a case study on one of Sri Lanka's most devastating man made environmental catastrophes. Three decades ago, a marshland paddy field was converted into a dumping site for municipal garbage. With the increasing population and urbanization, the country lacked a more suitable method for waste disposal. The continued practice resulted in a large mountain of solid waste. Experts suggest that physical characteristics, instability of the bottom layers and increase in the water table caused the collapse. Mountainous shaped dump has been growing in size and reached ~50 m in height and was occupying ~40 acers. The extent of the area has not undergone any significant change. Spreading chemicals, intense rain and heavy garbage loading has contributed to the collapse. Residents did not come across any signs of danger prior to the incident.
 
BY Chathumani D | Deepthi Wickrama Singhe | Isuru Gunarathna "Decades to Accumulate, Seconds to fall: A Case Study on Meethotamulla Garbage Dump Collapse in Sri Lanka"
 
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019,
 
URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd23080.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/enviormental-science/23080/decades-to-accumulate-seconds-to-fall-a-case-study-on-meethotamulla-garbage-dump-collapse-in-sri-lanka/chathumani-d
OSN User Filtered Walls for Unwanted Messages Using Content Mining? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ms. Shruti C. Belsare, Prof. R.R. Keole? In todays On-line Social Networks (OSNs) is to give users the ability to control the messages posted on their own private space to avoid that unwanted content is displayed. Up to now, OSNs provide little support to this requirement. To fill the gap, in this paper, we propose a system allowing OSN users to have a direct control on the messages posted on their walls. This is achieved through a flexible rule-based system, that allows users to customize the filtering criteria to be applied to their walls, and a Machine Learning based soft classifier automatically labeling messages in support of content-based filtering. To study strategies and techniques limiting the inferences that a user can do on the enforced filtering rules with the aim of bypassing the filtering system by creating a instance randomly notifying a message system that should instead be blocked, or detecting modifications to profile attributes that have been made for the only purpose of defeating the filtering system. Automatically user will get a mail notification.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES AND ECO - FRIENDLY PRACTICES OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
S. R Selva Joy & H. Deepa , The obje ctive of the study is to find the relationship between Environmental values and eco - friendly practices of higher secondary school students in Tirunelveli District. The sample consists of 324 students of whom 100 male and 224 female students. Percentage ana lysis, t test and correlation are used to analyse the data. The results reveal that there is significant relationship between environmental values and eco - friendly practices of higher secondary school students.
INVESTIGATION OF IN-VITRO ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY OF JUSTICIA TRANQUIBAREINSIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jiju.V* Ethanolic extract of Justicia tranquibariensis was taken for anthelmintic activity against Indian earthworm (Pheretima posthuma), Roundworm (Ascaridia galli) and Tapeworms (Raillietina spiralis). Four different concentrations (20, 40, 80 and100 mg/ml) of ethanolic extracts were tested and results were expressed in terms of time for paralysis and time for death of worms. Piperazine citrate (10 mg/ml) was used as reference standard and double distilled water as a control group. The anthelmintic activity of Justicia tranquibariensis root extract has therefore been demonstrated for the first time.
Unusual Presentation of Inverted Papilloma in A Young Patient: A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. P. Vithal Prasad, Dr.Mohanty. D, Dr. Bala Teja. K, Dr. D. Ravindra Inverted papilloma is a common benign neoplasm of nose and paranasal sinuses usually seen in elderly, male patients. Presentaion in young patients is rare, so usually not suspected. Herewith we are reporting a similar unusual presentation of inverted papilloma in a 25 yr old male. With preliminary investigations diagnosed as unilateral, multiple nasal polypi, fungal aetiology and posted for FESS. Histopathology report turned out to be inverted pailloma. He was followed up regularly with diagnostic nasal endoscopy and till 6 months there was no evidence of any recurrence.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF FRANCHISE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN ROSTOV-ON-DON published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
S.A. Bugayan, I. Filimonenko In this article are considered main cons and pros of franchise business opportunities in Rostov-on-Don, using different businesses as an example,efficiency of this type of business and its future possibilities.
Depression in Relation to Affective Dysregulation and Family Environment among Adolescents published in

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DR. IBADAT KHAN, DR. VANDANA SHARMA The present study examined the relationship of depression with affective dysregulation and family environment in a sample of 100 adolescents (50 males and 50 females) studying in Government Schools of Chandigarh. For the collection of data Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale, Affective Dysregulation Inventory and Family Environment Scale were used. Statistical techniques like Pearson product moment correlation and stepwise multiple regressions were used. Results of the study revealed that depression was found to be positively correlated with affective dysregulation among male and female adolescents. Independence dimension of family environment found to be negative correlate of depression among males but in females, organization, active-recreational orientation, expressiveness and intellectual-cultural orientation were all significantly and negatively correlated with depression. In case of male adolescents, affective dysregulation emerged as the best predictor of depression but in female adolescents, affective dysregulation and organization were found to be predicting depression independently as well as conjointly
Snp Screening of Pc-1 Gene And Biochemical Analysis In Type-Ii Diabetic Patients From Jaipur (Rajasthan, India) published in

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Jitendra Kumar Sharma, Mohan Lal Bansal, Parveen Kumar Vats, Ranjeet Singh, Jainder Singh Chhilar The type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is characterized by insulin resistance but the genes responsible for it are poorly defined. Ectonucleotide pyrophosphatase-1 (ENPP1) also known as plasma cell membrane glycoprotein-1 (PC-1) is known to influence insulin signal transduction pathway. Previous studies have demonstrated that the K121Q variant of ENPP1 gene has a significant role in determining susceptibility to insulin resistance resulting in T2DM. To assess whether the K121Q polymorphism in ENPP1 gene has any impact on T2DM and other atherogenic factors in Indian subjects, a case-control association study was done on 28 T2DM and 27 control subjects from Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Blood samples were collected under fasting condition to assess the relevant biochemical parameters. PCR-RFLP analysis revealed the KK, KQ and QQ genotypic frequencies (at the 121 position of the ENPP1) to be 71.4%, 28.6%, 0% and 70.4%, 29.6%, 0% in diabetic and control subjects, respectively. However between T2DM and control subjects fasting blood glucose (FBG) was found to vary significantly within and between different genotypic groups. Clinical parameters and atherogenic factors among genotypes were found to have no significant differences. There was significant positive correlation between systolic and diastolic blood pressure- 0.707**, total cholesterol (TC) and triglycerides 0.354**, TC and high density lipoprotein (HDL-C) 0.407**, TC and low density lipoprotein (LDL-C) 0.958** and TC and very low density lipoprotein (VLDL-C) 0.354** and HDL-C and LDL-C 0.226* while there was non-significant negative correlation between BMI and FBG -0.084. ?2 -test revealed significant association of genotypes with FBG (?2- value 9.655, df= 3, sig= 0.022). We conclude that the K121Q polymorphism in the present population from Jaipur, Rajasthan, India is moderate ranging from 25-30% that is having significant positive correlation with FBG.

Prevalence of microorganisms associated with Pelvic inflammatory disease in reproductive aged women in Onitsha North, Anambra state, Nigeria

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Eze, E.M.; Unegbu, V.N.; Ezebialu, C.U.; Nneji, I.R.

The prevalence of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and its associated microbes among reproductive aged women in Onitsha north, Anambra state, Nigeria, were investigated. A total of 500 reproductive aged women between the ages of 10 - 50 years were examined; where 300 of them showed positive results. A total of 640 microorganisms were isolated. Nine (9) microbial genera were recovered consisting of seven bacterial genera; one yeast sp. and one protozoan isolate. Monomicrobial growth was recorded in 53 (7.17%), polymicrobial growth in 23 (7.7%) and bacterio-fungal growth in 10 cases (33%). Staphylococcus aureus accounted for 150 (50%) cases; followed by Escherichia coli 125 (41.7%), Streptococcus pyogenes 15 (5%), Klebsiella pneumonia 55 (18.3%), Proteus mirabilis 25 (8.3 %), Pseudomonas aeruginosa 64 (21.3%), Neisseria gonorrhoeae 62 (20.7%), Candida albicans 56 (18.7%), and Trichomonas vaginalis 88 (29.3%), respectively. Frequency of occurrence was predominant with the age groups of 21-30 and 31-40 years; conversely was least in ages of 10-20 and those age >51 years; respectively. There was significant statistical difference between microbial infection and the age-group (p<0.05). PID is a major public health problem, thus needs to be prevented and controlled.

Influence of Al3+ on Corrosion Inhibition of Trisodium Citrate published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
N.Vijaya1, A. Peter Pascal Regis2, S. Rajendran3,4, M. Pandiarajan4* The inhibition efficiency of trisodium citrate (TSC) in controlling corrosion of carbon steel immersed in well water in the absence of Al3+ has been evaluated by weight loss method. In presence of Al3+ Corrosion inhibition efficiency of TSC increases. A synergistic effect in observed between TSC and Al3+. This effect is more pronounced in presence of 50 ppm of Al3+ than in presence of 25 ppm of Al3+ .This is supported by synergism parameter values. Polarization study reveals that TSC-Al3+ system control the cathodic reaction predominantly. It also indicates that formation of a protective film on a metal surface. The protective film has been analysed by FTIR spectra. FTIR spectra reveal that the protection film consists of Fe2+ - TSC complex, Al3+ -TSC complex and Al (OH) 3.
Ecological Studies of Natural Populations of Cosmos caudatus, H. B. K. With Special Reference to Pollination, Seed Behavior and Biomass Distribution published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
1Rashmi Arnold, 2*Seema Tiwari, 3Arti Saxena 4R. M. Mishra, 5Pranjali Anand and 5Rashmi Pandey Under different density dependent mortality situations and degree of intraspecific competition an organism is under positive selection to allocate a greater protection of its resources to reproductive or vegetative parts. Populations with density dependent regulation i.e., those which are better able to tolerate competition will be selectivity favored to allocate a greater proportion of resources to vegetative activities. The theoretical Notion Related with this problem is R and K selection. Keeping all this in view the studies were planned to investigate energy allocation situated and ecological strategies within species cosmos caudatus, H.B.K. the species exhibit a determinate growth as the apical meristems are converted into flower recepticles.
HEALTH AWARENESS AND POPULARITY OF ALLOPATHIC, AYURVEDIC AND HOMEOPATHIC SYSTEMS OF MEDICINE AMONG NAVI MUMBAI POPULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Manjusha K. Borde1, H. N. Lalan2, Ipseeta Mohanty Ray3, T. Sanjeeva Kumar Goud4 Common reasons for frustration against Modern medicine are due to its serious side effects and lack of curative value in many of the chronic disorders. Traditional systems rely heavily on herbal material compared to modern system of medicine (allopathy). The aim of this study was to find out the awareness, misconceptions and myths of common man regarding traditional systems (Ayurveda, Homeopathy) and the overall preference of all systems and the preference of a system in case of common ailments and medical emergencies. The responses (400) obtained on the questionnaire sheet have been presented as Bar charts and Pie charts depending upon type of response along with general conclusion and suggestions.
A REVIEW ON ADVANCES IN TABLETING TECHNIQUES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Bipin R. Patel* and Dr. Rakesh P. Patel The number of products based on new drug delivery systems has significantly increased in the past few years, and this growth is expected to continue in the near future. Tablet dosage form is most convenient and relevant dosage form. Innovation in tablet dosage form can be made to provide product of higher ?selectivity? for the drug for medical treatment. At present, there are so many existing drug delivery technologies that a total compilation is not within the scope of this article. Yet an attempt is being made to compile some of the most successfully marketed drug delivery technologies. The present review focuses on innovation in tablet system. Various systems like OSDrC concept, Accu-break technology, DiffCORE technology, GEOMATRIX technology, Tab in Tab technology are summarized in this article. Evolution of an existing drug molecule from a conventional form in to said technology can significantly improve its performance in terms of patient compliance, safety, and efficacy.
Impact of seasonal fluctuation on phytoplankton diversity in fresh water lake of Arekurahatti in Navalgund of Dharwad published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.V. AIRSANG AND H.C. LAKSHMAN Physico-chemical analysis is considered to be the main feature to assess the quality of water for its best utilization for drinking and irrigation. There is a need to understand the interaction between climatic and biological processes in the water. In the present investigation, the monthly variation in different physicochemical characteristics like pH, temperature, electric conductivity, alkalinity etc. were analyzed from May 2012 to April 2013, to know the water quality and impact of seasonal fluctuation on phytoplanktons in Arekurahatti lake of Navalgund Taluk. The surface water samples from fixed spots were collected and analyzed at an interval of one month for a period of 12 months. The results revealed that the variations in pH, temperature and other physico-chemical parameters played an important role in the phytoplankton distribution in different seasons. Therefore, it can be concluded that Arekurahatti lake water can be used only for domestic purposes and not for consumption. It was also found that there was rich diversity of phytoplanktons especially Cyanophyceae and Bacillariophyceae members.
Sensory quality of different types of Burfi sold in Ahmednagar market published in

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S.M. SHETE, B.K. PAWAR, D.M. CHOUDHARI AND B.D. PATIL Herein study of sensory qualities of different Burfi sold in Ahmednagar markets were evaluated by panel of semi-trained judges with the aid of 9 point Hedonic scale. In sensory qualities of Burfi viz., colour and appearance, body and texture, flavour and overall acceptability were considered. Taking into consideration the entire characteristic, the sample fig Burfi (T 3 ) was liked very much by the panel of judges as rest of the samples, while sample plain Burfi (T 1 ) was liked least.
Physical Fitness Status of Rava Indo- Mongoloid Tribal Youths in Comparison to General Youths of India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mahavev Roy, Sagarika Bandyopadhyay, Arup Gayen, Sentu Mitra Objective: To explore the status of physical fitness of Rava Indo-mongoloid tribals living in plane and compare the same with general youths of same geographical origin. Method: Study area: Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal, India. Subject: 62 (31 from each group); age ranged 12-16 years. Design: The subjects were taken conveniently. Static group comparison design was employed to the study. Criterion measures: body composition, aerobic endurance, speed, muscular strength-endurance, and flexibility were measured adopting standard test and measurement procedures. Statistics: Mean, Standard Deviation and Independent t-test were used as statistical tool. Level of Significance was set at 0.05. Findings: The t-value of body mass index, aerobic endurance, speed, abdominal strength-endurance and flexibility between rava indo-mongoloid tribal and general students were 3.336 (<0.05), 2.128 (<0.05), 1.842 (>0.05), 0.450 (>0.05), and 2.199 (<0.05) respectively. Result and Conclusion: It reveals that Indo-mongoloid tribal youths had significantly better and nearing normal BMI and greater flexibility while general youths performed significantly better in aerobic endurance. Insignificant difference exists between groups in speed and abdominal strength-endurance.
GENTIANA OLIVIERI GRISEB (FLOWER OF GHAAFIS): A VALUABLE MEDICINAL HERB OF UNANI MEDICINE- A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Mohammad Asim Khan,Abdu Wadud, Najeeb Jhan,Rizwan Mansoor Khan, Md.Nazamuddin Herbs origin drugs have played a vital role in the prevention and treatment of diseases and it becomes popular day by day due to its low cost and less side effect. Unani medicine is an oldest system of traditional medicines, in which 80% plant origin drugs are used. Gule Ghaafis (Gentiana Olivieri Griseb)) is very important drug which has been used in Unani medicine since centuries for its great medicinal values. In the last few decades, many works have been done on the phytochemistry and biological activities of the drug. This review describes about the Unani literature of the drug, like temperament, action, uses, formulations and dose of the drug followed by modern description like taxonomic classification, macroscopic and microscopic features, phytochemical studies, chemical constituent and pharmacological action of the drug and its medicinal uses.
Ergonomic Assessment of Old Age Homes in North India published in

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Shewanti N. Kashyap This paper aims to provide guidelines for designing living places with ergonomically designed fixtures, facilities and spaces for elderly. The present study was conducted in four old age homes in two regions of Uttarakhand State of India (Kumaon and Garhwal). Data were collected through observations, measurements, checklist and interviews about the structures, fixtures, facilities and storage spaces of the homes. The findings depicted that doors, windows, switches, power outlets, sink, toilets, bathroom, handrail; storage spaces were not comfortable to the elderly people. Cupboards with difficult access make elderly people take uncomfortable positions flexing their bodies extend their necks. Especially the illuminations level was not friendly to the elderly. The total score obtained was highest (14) for old age home IIIrd (Vridh Sewa) and lowest (11) for old age home Ist (Nirmala), it was inferred that the old age home Ist (Nirmala) was superior to other. These findings will assist designers to plan and design accessible living environments better suited to the elderly
Football Shooting Performance Changes During Yoga Practices and Aerobic Dance Among College Men Football Players published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. B. Palani Kumar, Bizuneh yirga Aim of the study was to find out Football shooting performance changes during Yoga practices and Aerobic Dance among college men players. The study was conducted on forty five (N=45) men students studying various colleges affiliated to Madurai University, Madurai, India, during the year 2014-2015 were selected as subjects at random and they were divided randomly into two experimental groups and on control group of fifteen each, namely Group I Yoga Practices, Group II Aerobic Dance and Group III acted as Control. The training period was limited to twelve weeks and for three days per week. The experimental groups underwent their respective experimental treatment for 4 weeks. Among various Football skill performances only shooting skill only selected as dependent variables and it was assessed by Mor- Christian General Soccer Ability Test. All the subjects were tested prior to and after the training for all the selected variables. The data collected from the three groups prior to and post experimentation was statistically analyzed by using Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). Scheffes post hoc test was applied to determine the significant difference between the paired means. In all the cases 0.05 level of significance was fixed. The result reveals significant differences in Football shooting skill among the experimental groups.
DIAGNSTICO Y TRATAMIENTO INTERVENCIONISTA EN LOS PACIENTES DEL HOSPITAL GENERAL CALIXTO GARCA / Diagnosis and interventional treatment in patients of the General Calixto Garcia Hospital published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Vanessa Pea Bofill, Ista A. Arjona Rodrguez, Kirenia Espronceda Snchez, Leonardo H. Lpez Ferrero and Lidia M. Rodrguez Nande Introduction: The diagnosis and interventional treatment is a distance service in the developing world, in hospitals that do not have interventional cardiology services. This is the case of the Calixto Garcia Hospital, where patients are referred to two nearby hospitals. Objective: To characterize the interventional treatment of patients admitted to the coronary care ward of the above hospital. Method: A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted from January 2003 to December 2009. The medical records and the databases of the Cardiac Catheterization and Interventional Cardiology Departments from the Institute of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery and the Carlos J. Finlay Military Hospital were reviewed. Results: 841 coronary angiograms were performed. There was a predominance of males with 559 cases (66.5 %), the mean age was 58 years, the most common risk factors included hypertension 613 (72.9%), smoking 277 (32.9%), dyslipidemia 164 (19.5%) and diabetes mellitus 138 (16.4%). Angiographically significant lesions were found in 65% of patients; 272 patients (32.3%) had 1-vessel disease and 276 (32.8%) had 2 and 3-vessel disease. A total of 327 (38.9%) coronary angioplasties were performed, predominantly in men 239 (73%), with a similar behavior of the risk factors. The most common clinical diagnoses in this group included acute coronary syndrome without ST segment elevation 145 (44.3%), chronic stable angina 106 (32.4%) and acute coronary syndrome with ST segment elevation 61 (18.7 %). The most affected and treated artery was the left anterior descending artery. The 3.0 x 18 mm metal stent Apolo was the most used stent. The procedure was successful in 95.7 % of cases. Conclusions: Percutaneous treatment is a valid option for patients admitted to centers that do not have the interventional cardiology service.

Detection of blaNDM-1 gene among the carbapenem resistant Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates from a children’s hospital in Nepal

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Binod, G.C.; Nim Raj Sapkota; Binod Rayamajhee; Jayram Lamichhane; Pramod Poudell; Sunil Lekhak ; Shovana Thapa; Santosh Khanal

This study was undertaken to detect the presence of blaNDM-1 gene among the carbapenem resistant Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae isolates, confirmed through using Modified Hodge Test (MHT). During the six months of this study (November, 2016 – April, 2017), a total of 1503 clinical samples including urine, blood, wound swabs and Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) were collected and processed at Microbiology Laboratory, International Friendship Children’s Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal. Among the E. coli and K. pneumoniae isolates, 14.1%, 17.1% were resistant to meropenem, whereas 11.28%, 17.1% were resistant to imipenem, respectively. From the pool of 94 E. coli and 35 K. pneumoniae isolates, 34 E. coli and 18 K. pneumoniae were screened as possible carbapenemase producers. For screening of carbapenemase enzyme production among these isolates, resistances to third generation cephalosporins and carbapenems were taken into consideration. Two isolates of E. coli and 3 isolates of K. pneumoniae were confirmed as carbapenemase producers by MHT. Furthermore, Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was carried out among the MHT positive bacteria for detection of blaNDM-1 gene. Genetic analysis of MHT positive isolates showed that 1\2 E. coli and 2\3 K. pneumoniae isolates were New Delhi metallo-β-lactamase producers (NDM-1). Results of this study demonstrated the presence of blaNDM-1 gene among the carbapenemase producing E. coli and K. pneumoniae isolates, and were recorded to be 50% and 66.6%, respectively.

ÂŞIK TARZI ŞİİR GELENEĞİ İLE DİVAN EDEBİYATI ŞİİR GELENEĞİNİN SÖZLÜ/YAZILI KÜLTÜR BAĞLAMINDA ETKİLEŞİMİ

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Uluslararası Dil, Edebiyat ve Kültür Araştırmaları Dergisi

Published by Reşat Şakar

Mesut UĞURLU

In the history of mankind, there was no other recording tools and opportunities other than human memory until the writing comes into being. There was no recording tools other than the mind/memory which executes the transfer function. Therefore, the type and shape characteristics of folk literature were formed in “oral culture” environment. Due to the necessity and requirement, oral culture has gone through various stages and replaced by written culture. After the invention of the writing, the influence of oral culture has not completely disappeared with the influence of written tradition. Both traditions have coexisted for a long time. Until the written culture, verbal culture works were preserved by transferring poets from language to language. Although these works are now completely protected, there are cases where the written works have been transferred from language to language through oral culture and subsequently registered in writing. Some of the poems recorded by minstrels had travelled in oral culture for a while and then they were kept in written culture. Minstrel Style Poetry Tradition and Divan Literature Poetry Tradition have given works in the Ottoman geography for a long time.  In this process some divan poets entered in the field of syllabic poetry which was dominated by minstrel style, some minstrels performed poems with aruz prosody written by divan poets. In this study, Minstrel Style Poetry Tradition and Divan Literature Poetry Tradition, two important traditions of Turkish Literature, have been studied in the context of oral/written culture. In this context, prosodic poems issues have been tried to be determined.

ABOUT EFFORT OF THE CUT IN KEY CONCRETE COVERING THE ROADS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Bolat Usenbayevich Usenbayev In article is considered particularities tense-deformed conditions of the concrete and hunkerof the groove in sections transverse seams hard covering the car roads. It is executed theoretical and experimental study on estimation of toughness and particularities tense-deformed conditions leadingseams hard covering the car roads. For the first time in calculation seams hard covering the car roads on base of the new model, on pyramid pressing, offered B.U.Usenbaev, are taken into account transverse of power of the key and power of the grapping in concrete in vertical section.
EFFECTS OF NEWLY SYNTHESIZED ENDOMORPHIN-2 ANALOGS ON GUINEA PIG ILEUM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kaloyan Georgiev*, Boris Kadinov and Tamara Pajpanova Endomorphin-1and endomorphin-2 are opioid tetrapeptides, which are isolated from bovine and human brain and have high affinity and selectivity to central ?-opioid receptors. In the digestive tract, opioidlike drugs inhibit peristalsis and induce constipation. In this study, we analyzed the effects of newly synthesized endomorphin-2 analogs Deoxycholic-Tyr-Pro-Phe(pCl)-Phe-OH and Deoxycholic-Tyr-Pro- Phe(pF)-Phe-OH, on longitudinal muscle preparations from the guineapig ileum (GPI). The both analogs used alone slightly affect spontaneous contractility of longitudinal muscle, but they significantly reduce acetylcholine-induced contractility. The use of ?-opioid receptor antagonist naloxone increase the inhibitory effects on acetylcholine-stimulated contractility of GPI. Further research is necessary to explain this interaction.
Occupational atmosphere and life Stress of School Teachers with its Associated Factors published in

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Dr.N.Prema The present study mainly intended to recognize the level of occupational atmosphere and the level of life stress of school Teachers. This study also aspired to be acquainted with the factors associated. Normative survey method was adopted to collect the relevant data by distributing two separate questionnaires. There are 98 school Teachers were selected by employing simple random sampling technique as samples from seven primary and secondary schools. Result shows that majority of the teachers have good occupational atmosphere and also they have average level of stress in life. This study also revealed that there is significant association exists in life stress with salary and also with experience.
Corporate Social Responsibility and its Financial Impact to an Organization published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sumitha R Over the last 15 years, there has been an ever increasing academic and practitioner interest in Corporate Social Responsibility. Today corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and ethical responsibility are common knowledge among business circles. The reason is obvious. Embracing sustainability helps avert costly setbacks from environmental disasters, political protests, and legal expenses. Corporate Social Responsibility is an efficient formula to attain sustainability which comes with a financial cost. It also comes with enormous benefits to an organization. This paper is a study undertaken to evaluate the financial implications of corporate social responsibility to an organization. Apart from helping the organization build a brand value, this study uncovers that Corporate Social Responsibility in fact benefits the organization financially. Thus, the paper explores the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance of an organization.
The use of bentonite in heterogeneous medium as an efficient recyclable catalyst in the synthesis of iminoesters published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Radia Kaid Slimane, Ayada Djafri*, Fatiha Djafri A new solid catalyzed synthesis of ?-iminoesters is described. Various ?-aminoesters react readily with aryl aldehydes to produce the corresponding imines in heterogeneous medium in the presence of bentonite (montmorillonite from oust region of Algeria). The products have been isolated in good to excellent yields. This new environmentally, friendly catalyst provides significantly higher yields than traditional methods during relatively short reaction times for the preparation of the target compounds.
SUSTAINED RELEASE INJECTABLE FORMULATIONS: ITS RATIONALE, RECENT PROGRESS AND ADVANCEMENT. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nikita P. Karode*, Vipul D. Prajapati, Himanshu K. Solanki, Girish K. Jani Oral drug delivery plays a prominent role among all the other routes of drug delivery. But nowadays in our fast going world, injectable drug delivery helps out to get instant results. Parenteral route is mostly avoided by the patients due to its pain while administering the drug. To get rid of patient incompliance in the case of frequent dosing, the concept of sustained release parenteral formulation was discovered. The concept benefits not only rapid onset of action but also helps in reducing frequent dosing and maintains a proper systemic level of drug. This article will briefly cover current options for extended release injectable drug delivery system consisting microsphere, implants, suspension, emulsion, liposome, noisome, protein and peptides.
A study of Sewage Treatment System by Pandanus Amaryllifolius in Man-Made Wetland published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Yusri Yusof, Ku Halim Ku Hamid, Miradatul Najwa Muhd Rodhi Many environmental experts say wetlands are the kidneys to nature. Wetland is a type green technology, which only uses natural plants without using any sophisticated equipment or toxic chemical. It is a screening technology and natural treatment that works clean and treat contaminated water or sewage.. The main focuses in this research are to evaluate the quality of the treated water after the treatment process using man-made wetland system and to review the effectiveness of the man-made wetlands in refinery process wastewater. When Pandanus Amaryllifolius growth in the man-made wetland site and can be seen the rate of growth is increasing, it indicates that the plant has earned a good nutrient levels of induction of waste water through the plant. This can be associated with a high rate of absorption of nutrients from the wastewater. Pandanus Amaryllifolius (pandanus) used as a tool in the screening process wastewater naturally. A series of experiments were conducted to examine the effectiveness of this man-made wetlands, among them is the chemical oxygen demand (COD), pH, turbidity samples, color samples, searching compounds in Pandanus with GCMS, and the last one is looking for the total concentration of chlorine, chlorine, nitrate, sulfate and phosphate to predict water quality after a man-made wetlands. From the data obtained, the COD value was reduced from 70 mg/L to 39.25 mg/L. As well as the nitrate and phosphate, both concentration of the substance are reduced to a safe level of 1.10 mg/L and 19.42mg/L. These findings prove the man-made wetland systems have shown that the water quality can be increased to the certain level that is safe to be released into the environment.
MENGGUGAT RELASI FILSAFAT POSITIVISME DENGAN AJARAN HUKUM DOKTRINAL published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
FX. Adji Samekto In the teaching of law, there is often "mistaken", that puts legal positivism (jurisprudence) is identical with the philosophy of positivism. Legal positivism be identified as an instance of positivism philosophy intact. The study of legal positivism, in fact very closely related to the philosophy and teachings of the law from time to time. The effects of natural law in the scholastic era, then the era of rationalism and the influence of positivism in the philosophy of natural science is very attached to the legal positivism until today. Therefore not only the philosophy of positivism affecting the development of legal positivism. Based on that then the legal positivism in fact has a characteristic which is different from the social sciences. If the social sciences were developed based on the philosophy of positivism, the doctrinal teaching of the law is not entirely been developed based on the philosophy of positivism. Not all the logical positivist philosophy can be applied in the doctrinal law. Keywords : positivism, legal positivism, doctrinal
Acoustical behavior of Cerium and Thorium Palmitate in non-aqueous binary mixture published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

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S. K. Upadhyaya* AnuShri Gupta** and Kamal Kishore*** Ultrasonic studies of cerium and thorium palmitate in benzene methanol mixture were used to determine the CMC , soap solvent interaction and various acoustic parameters, inter-molecular free-length, adiabatic compressibility, apparent molar compressibility, specific acoustic impedance, molar sound velocity, solvation number, available volume and relative association at different temperatures. The results showed that these soaps behave as weak electrolytes in dilute solutions and the values of the CMC increase with the increasing temperature.
AMPLIFIED REVIEW REFLECTING THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THERAPEUTIC CANCER VACCINES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Aliya Parveen*, Amtullah Amena Ahmed, Rumaisa Saher, Arshee Banu, Mehjabeen Syed.Azizullah Ghori Cancer is a group of disease characterized by abnormal, excessive, uncoordinated, autonomous and purposeless proliferation of cells. In spite of significant development in the cancer therapy, it is on e of the leading causes of death worldwide. According to American Cancer Society in 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer deaths in the US. According to International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), parts of WHO effective preventive measures like vaccination, diet etc. are the only way to prevent cancer crisis. About 50% of the cancer cases can be reduced by vaccination alone. Cancer vaccines are the biological preparations that are used to prevent the cancer in high risk individuals (preventive vaccines) or to treat the disease that already exists (Therapeutic Vaccines). These vaccines aim to recognize the antigens expressed in tumor cells and destroy them leaving the normal cells intact by priming Ag-specific T cells and reprogramming memory T cells. Research in molecular biology and immunology has resulted in the development of a range of recombinant vaccines viz., antigen, tumor cell, anti -idiotype antibody -based, dendritic cell-, DNA-, and viral - vector based- vaccines. Cancer vaccine are ineffective due to immunological barriers like mutations and tolerance, lack of awareness, inappropriate choice of tumor antigen or unoptimised antigen delivery system or vaccination schedule or selection of wrong patient group. More research is required to overcome the potential limitations of vaccines. These new vaccines along with those in use may substantially reduce the global mortality from cancer and proveto be a savior to mankind.
Talent Acquisition in Non Government Organizations published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mrs. T V. Varuni,Prof. B. H. Suresh The time twists have made talent acquisition as a strategic alignment to bring congruence between people and purpose. Recruitment and selection process once carried out in isolation, now integrated with organization purpose and functions to yield better match between people, job and organization. The scarcity of and demand for talent have reframed the organizations search to find talented people by adding talent attraction and employer brand value as prerequisite for successful talent acquisition. The present study aims to explore the talent acquisition challenges of NGOs. The study is based on the employee perception of the reasons to join NGO. The study is based on the primary data collected through structured questionnaire from the target population of full time paid employees working in registered large NGOs, active in the area of disability, women, children and rural development in Karnataka.
A Study on the Development of Curriculum Track for Civil Service Librarian published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

Published by International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
Younghee Noh The goal of this study is to improve the competitiveness of professional librarians in society. To this end, we analyzed domestic and international LIS curriculum, determined demand from field librarians through a survey, carried out job analysis by library types, and developed an operating model for LIS curriculum by synthesizing all of these results. Finally, we suggested a course of study for civil service librarians based on this model. As a result, the six required courses for civil service librarians are: Introduction to Library and Information Science, Information Organization, Information Services (Reference and Information Services), Library Management, Information Retrieval, and Field Work. The four core courses for the civil service concentration are: Collection Development, Information Sources by Subjects, Public Library Management, and Digital Libraries. Suggested electives best suited to this career path include Using Web Resources, Information Literacy, Information Services in Culturally Diverse Communities, Library Marketing, Libraries and Cultural Programs, Reading Guidance, Library History, Small Library Management, Studies in Library Buildings, Library Cooperation, Managing Digital Collections, and Information and Communication in a Digital Age.
A Study of Multiple Intelligence of X Class Students In Relation to Locality, Management and Annual Income published in

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Dr. B. Yella Reddy, Mr. V. Brahmaiah Intelligence can also be strengthened and how readily the improvement occurs depends upon the biology of the persons brain and the teacher that the culture gave the person. The main objective of the present study is to study the influence of locality, management and annual income on the multiple intelligence of X class pupils. Multiple intelligence scale was developed by Gardner (1993) was adopted. A sample of 300 X class pupils representing all categories of schools is selected in YSR District of Andhra Pradesh by following the standardized procedures. t test and ANOVA (F test) were employed for analysis of the data. Locality, management and annual income have significant influence on the multiple intelligence of X class students.
Study on Work Life Balance Among Women Employees published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Anila.K.P, Dr.S. Prabakar Work life balance can be stated as a comfortable state of equilibrium achieved between an employee's primary priorities of their employment position and their private lifestyle. The pressure of an increasingly demanding work culture is perhaps the biggest and most pressing challenge in the present scenario. The cumulative effect of increased working hours is having an important effect on the lifestyle of a huge number of people, which is likely to prove damaging to their mental well-being. The study concludes that a moderate level of work life balance was found among the respondents. The study also found that demographic variables namely age, income and number of dependents do influence the level of work life balance.
ON THE PROBLEM OF MODELING OF MACROMOLECULES OF POLYMERS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sagat Zhunisbekov; Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Zhanara Askerbayevna Keulimzhayeva In this article a number of studies and some aspects of construction of mathematical models of polymer molecules, their characteristics, properties and laws.
Fluoride and Nitrate Contamination in the Groundwater of Kalwakurthy Area, Mahabubnagar District, Telangana State, India published in

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P. Ravikanth, R. Sundaraiah, P. Sateesh This study was carried out to assess the fluoride and Nitrate concentration in groundwater of Kalwakurthy area, Mahabubnagar District, where groundwater is the main source of drinking water. Water samples collected from bore wells were analyzed for pH, Electrical Conductivity (EC), Nitrate (NO3-) and Fluoride (F-) content. Fluoride concentration of groundwater ranges from 0.16 to 3.4 mg/l. As per the desirable and maximum permissible limit for fluoride in drinking water (1.5 mg/l) prescribed by WHO (2004) and Bureau of Indian Standards (2009), 46% groundwater sources in the study area is unfit for drinking purposes. Due to the higher fluoride levels in drinking water several cases of dental and skeletal fluorosis have appeared at alarming rate in the investigated area. The study revealed that 43% of the samples were found to be unsuitable for drinking purposes due to excess nitrate (>45 mg/l) content in the groundwater. High Nitrate concentration may cause blue baby syndrome or methemoglobinemia.
Manipur Sangai Festival And Its Role in Tourist Attraction published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Nongthombam Rabi Singh, Dr Kh Dhiren Meetei The 10 days long Manipur Sangai Festival is annually held from 21st November to 30th November every year. The festival is organised by Department of Tourism, Government of Manipur. The festival was earlier known as the Manipur Tourism Festival which began in 2008. In 2010, it was renamed as Manipur Sangai Festival with an aim to popularise Sangai the rare species of dear which found only in Manipur. The Festival strives to showcase and promote the best of what the state has to offer to the world in terms of art and culture, handloom, handicrafts & fine arts, indigenous sports, cuisines & music, eco & adventure sports as well as the scenic natural beauty of the land. The Sangai festival of Manipur is becoming one of the most popular festival in the state day by day. Knowing the important of this festival, it has become an opportunities to the people of the state to showcase and exchange their rich culture. It is also hope that by analysis finding, suggestion and conclusion of this study will contribute to a better step for the improvement of tourism sector in the state.
Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices in an Urban Slum in Mumbai published in

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Dr. Agrawal Nisha, Dr. Acharya Shrikala Introduction: Adequate nutrition during infancy and early childhood is essential to ensure the growth and development of children. Poor infant feeding practices are widespread worldwide, worse in urban areas in Maharashtra. Objectives: To study the infant and young child feeding practices in mothers of children under-3 years of age in an urban slum area. Materials and Methods: A cross sectional observational study was conducted among 470 children under-3 years of age, selected by simple random sampling from the enrollement registers maintained in anganwadis of an urban slum in Mumbai. Mothers of these children were interviewed by using a semi-structured questionnaire. Results: 61.3% of children were breast fed within 1 hour of birth, while 8.1% were breast fed after 24 hours of birth. 91.1% children were given colostrums, while 14% were given prelacteals. 34.3% mothers exclusively breast fed their children for 6-9 months, followed by 24.3% Mothers for 3-6 months.
VALIDATED LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION OF NASAL SPRAY FOR CONCURRENT ASSESSMENT OF PHENYLEPHRINE HCl AND LIDOCAINE HCl published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sunitha Gurrala*, Himaja Goli, Srilekha Manchala, Ashwin kumar Matta, Panikumar D Anumolu A simple and cost-effective liquid chromatographic method has been developed and validated for concurrent assessment of phenylephrine HCl (PNL) and lidocaine HCl (LID) in nasal spray formulation. Good resolution between the analytes was achieved in formulation and combined standards on Lichrosphere RP18 250mm x 4.6mm, 5?m column in isocratic mode, mobile phase consisted of acetonitrile and buffer, pH 3 in the ratio of 25: 75, v/v was pumped at a flow rate of 1mL/min and eluate was monitored at 254 nm using UV detector. The proposed method was statistically validated as per ICH guidelines. The linearity regression data showed a good linear relationship over a range of 4-44?g/mL and 12.5-75 ?g/mL for PNL and LID, respectively. LOD was found to be 0.756?g/mL and 0.692?g/mL for PNL and LID, respectively (S/N ratio 3:1). LOQ was found to be 2.495?g/mL and 2.0998?g/mL for PNL and LID, respectively (S/N ratio 10:1). The % recoveries of PNL and LID were found to be in the range 100.6-103.6 and 98.8-102.5, respectively. The optimized method was fruitfully applied for the quantification of phenylephine HCl/ lidocaine HCl in nasal spray. This method possesses the grace of applicability in academic institutions as well as in industries.
A Comparative Study of Opportunities, Growth and Problems of Women Entrepreneurs published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Vinod Krushnarao Gawande A Study has been carried out to understand the opportunities, growth and problems of women in business in the states of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Union Territory of Chandigarh. Besides, an attempt has been made to identify the basic problems faced by them in dealing with family and the society. Chi-square test has been used for analysis of the economic performance of women entrepreneurs. The parameters of the study include the amount of financial leverage taken, rate of growth, their market share and the various sources of finance. Similarly, the financial support provided by the banks & other financial agencies has also been analysed in order to get an idea about their financing needs & fulfillment of the same.
Design and Development of Inlet Manifold for Six Cylinder Engine for Truck Application published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Amit Kumar Gupta, Abhishek Mishra Current design manifold for one of the truck engine is having less plenum volume which is not suitable for air requirement of engine and hence result in reduced volumetric efficiency. To simplify the design & make the component in pressure die casting & to increase the yield also to qualify the engine noise, performance and durability requirement and to reduce the part cost new inlet manifold is designed and developed.
Thermo-Transport Properties of Copper Sulphate, as a Function of Mannitol Concentration in 0.01m Aqueous Sodium Chloride at Different Temperatures published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
S K Lomesh* and Munish Thakur The density (?) and viscosity (?) has been measured for CuSO4.5H2Oin 0.01m aqueous NaCl and in 2, 4 and 6% Mannitol + 0.01m NaCl + water as multicomponent solvent systems, at temperatures T = (303.15, 308.15, 313.15, and 318.15) K and at atmospheric pressure p = 0.1 MPa. The experimental data was further used to calculate various thermodynamic and transport properties of CuSO4.5H2Oincluding apparent molar volume , partial molar volume ( at infinite dilution, partial molar volume of transfer Jone Dole parameters A and B, temperature dependence of B coefficient dB/dT, activation free energy per mole for solvent (kj mol-1) and activation free energy per mole for solution (kj mol-1). The ionsolvent and ionion interactions in CuSO4.5H2Oin0.01m aqueous Na Clas well as different multi component solvent system have been discussed using these parameters
On Certain Classes of Analytic and Univalent Functions Based on Al-Oboudi Operator published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

Published by BONFRING
T.V. Sudharsan and S.P. Vijayalakshmi Following the works of [2, 4, 7, 9] of analytic and univalent functions in this paper we introduce two new classes etc., We have obtained coefficient estimates, growth & distortion theorems, extremal properties for these two classes. The determination of extreme points of a family of univalent functions leads to solve many extremal points.
Review of Low Voltage Ride Through Methods in PMSG published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

Published by Dr. D. J. jayadev
A.Bala Alagu Raja, S.Ajin, R.Suja, A. Subanth Williams In this paper discussed about low voltage ride through (LVRT) scheme for permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) and wind energy conversion system. Wind generation system has potential application for the grid support. The voltage of the direct driven permanent magnet wind generators (PMSG) is variable due to the intermittent nature of the wind energy. With increasing penetration of wind turbine (WTs) in the grid. Grid connection codes in most countries require that WTs should remain connected to the grid to maintain the reliability during and after a short-term fault. The controllers for grid-side converters are coordinated to provide fault ride-through capability. The generator side is forced by space vector modulation and grid implemented field oriented control (FOC).
PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ESSENTIAL OIL OF LANTANA CAMARA.L LEAF OF MEKELLE, ETHIOPIA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shilashi Badasa*1, Tesfahun Bufebo2, Tessema Derbe3, Yohannis W/Mariam2 Physico-chemical properties data are very important to control the quality of essential oil. The aim of this study was to analysis physicochemical properties of essential oil of Lantana camara.l leaf collected from and around Mekelle city, Ethiopia. Lantana Camara.L is used in traditional treatments to cure variety of diseases for many years in different countries. Acknowledging the importance of plants and its medicinal value, extraction of essential oil had been done using hydro-distillation method. The obtained moisture content was 57.500.01%. The yield of essential oil obtained was 0.3690.01. The oil from leaf of lantana Camara.L was optically active with result +11.50.00 @25oc. It was concluded that physico-chemical parameters that were analyzed can be used to determine the quality of essential oils.
PREPARATION AND EVALUATION OF DICLOFENAC SODIUM CUBOSOMES FOR PERCUTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Yallappamaharaj R. Hundekar*, Dr. J. K. Saboji,S. M. Patil, Dr. B. K. Nanjwade The purpose of this research was to prepare and evaluate a cubosomes of diclofenac sodium, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) by using different ratios of monoglyceride and polymer by top-down technique accompanied by homogenization. Nine formulations of diclofenac sodium cubosomes were prepared by using GMO as lipid emulsifier and Poloxamer 407 (P-407) as polymer in varying concentration and P-407 was also used as permeation enhancer and stabilizer. A number of NSAIDs have been developed for the treatment of generalized muscle and joint pain. Unfortunately these medicaments have major side effects caused by systemic administration. Furthermore, poor aqueous solubility of diclofenac sodium limits its formulation as topical dosage form. Therefore, an improved diclofenac sodium formulation with high degree of permeation could be useful in pain and inflammation. Transdermal delivery of diclofenac sodium alleviates the side effects caused by systemic administration. Transdermal delivery will also allow the drug to be delivered from cubosomes precisely into the body at the specific area of pain and at a controlled release manner due to its less viscosity.
A SURVEY OF PLANTS IN TRADITIONAL HOME REMEDIES FROM BHANDRDARA AREAS OF AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT (M.S.), INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Salave Ashok P. and P. G. Reddy The present communication reveals the traditional herbal remedies practiced in Akole tahasil areas of the Ahmednagar district against various liver diseases and disorders from Maharashtra, India. In all total 19 plant species belonging to 17 genera from 14 angiosperm families used for treatment of certain human ailments and disorders have been documented. of these, uses of --plant species found unknown or less known to India.
Productivity, quality, nutrient content and soil fertility of summer greengram (Vigna radiata) as influenced by different levels of vermicompost and phosphorus with and without PSB published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.K. BHATT* , P.T. PATEL1, B.T. PATEL1 , C.H. RAVAL, K.G. VYAS AND SHAUKAT ALI A field experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Instructional Farm, C. P. College of Agriculture, S. D. Agricultural University, Sardarkrushinagar during 2010 on loamy sand soil to investigate the effect of different levels of vermicompost and phosphorus with and without PSB on yield, quality, nutrient content of summer greengram and soil fertility status after harvest of the crop. Among the different levels of vermicompost, application of vermicompost @ 1t ha-1 sowed its superiority, producing highest seed (1105 kg ha-1) and stover yield (2379 kg ha-1). The same treatment exhibited significant improvement in recording maximum values for the protein content, nutrients content and uptake of summer greengram. Among the levels of phosphorus @ 40 kg P2O5 ha-1 + PSB standing statistically at par with 40 kg P2O5 ha-1 recorded significantly higher seed (1099 kg ha-1) and stover yield (2301kg ha-1) over PSB only and 20 kg P2O5 with and without PSB. Phosphorus application @ 40 kg ha-1+ PSB performed equally as that of P2O5 40 kg ha-1without PSB, significantly improved the protein content, nutrients content and uptake as well as soil fertility status after harvest the crop.
INVESTIGATION OF THE GLUCOSINOLATES AND ANTITUMOR ACTIVITY OF TWO CRUCIFEROUS PLANTS GROWING IN EGYPT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ismail.S1, AbdAlgawad MR2, Al-SaidW.M. and1 Abdel Shafeek KA1,3* Cronopous squamatus and Deplotaxis acris are two cruciferous plants growing in Egypt. Fractionation of the total glucosinolates of both plants was carried out. The study of the glucosinolate content of C. squamatus led to isolation and identification of 4-Ethylsulfinyl-4-phenylbutylglucosinolate and 2-Methylthioethyl glucosinolate, while study of D. acris glucosinolates revealed the presence of 6-Ethylsulfinyl-6-phenyl-5-hexenyl glucosinolate and 16-Ethylsulfonyl 15-hexadecenyl glucosinolate. The identification of the isolated glucosinolates was substantiated through different chemical methods (enzymatic hydrolysis) and spectroscopic determinations (UV, MS and GC-MS for the corresponding isothiocyanates). The study of antituomer activity of total glucosinolates of both plants and individual compounds using SRB assay proved that the IC50 for the total glucosinolates of both plants is 1.3?g and that of the compound 16-Ethylsulfonyl 15-hexadecenyl glucosinolate is the most active one where it exhibited IC50= 1.37?g.
Examining the Role of Technological Factors in Faculty Knowledge Sharing Behavior published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Soofi Anwar, Dr. Pranab Kumar Role of technology is crucial in knowledge management especially in facilitating and accelerating communications among employees. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between technological factors and faculty knowledge sharing behavior. Following Pearson correlation analysis data collected from faculty members teaching management discipline in universities in UAE was analyzed. The analysis shows that there is a significant positive relationship between technological factors and actual knowledge sharing behavior of faculty members. Perceived usefulness of technology has the greatest influence on faculty knowledge sharing behavior, followed by technology usage and technology support and infrastructure.
Climate Change and Sustainable Growth and Development in Lagos Metropolis, Nigeria published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Kofo A. Aderogba Ozone depletion and the ravaging effect on climate, lives and physical environment are global. The objectives of this paper are to describe atmospheric chemistry leading to ozone depletion, global warming and unravel the consequences of global warming in Lagos Metropolis with a view to making suggestions for sustainable growth and development. Recent literatures were contacted. News paper cuttings were read. Reports and communiqus of conferences, workshops, seminars and committees were read and used. Radio and television documentaries and programmes were listened to and used. Empirical observations were made of weather elements, plants and animals and others. Data on weather elements were derived from Federal Meteorological Station, Oshodi. Members of the public were interviewed and they provided information on recent changes in weather phenomena, acid rain, inclement warmth, vegetation and others. Compositions of the air differ significantly from the WHO permissible standards. Cloud cover is unusually thicker; early rains are cloudy and more acidic. Runoffs have increased, and aquatic ecosystems are gradually getting depleted and giving way to terrestrial type of ecosystem. There are threat to lives and property. There may be need for additional research to further establish the findings. But for sustainable development, every stake holder must rise against the adversities of global warming and harness its advantages
SISTEM PENETAPAN GUBERNUR KEPALA DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA DALAM SISTEM PEMILIHAN KEPALA DAERAH BERDASARKAN PASAL 18 AYAT (4) UUD 1945. published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ismu Gunadi Widodo The Yogyakarta Specialist Region, both historical and juridical have strong legitimacy as special regions. Historically, (1) privilege status of Yogyakarta is a conscious political choice taken by the ruler of Yogyakarta, namely Sultan HB IX and Paku Alam VIII, and not the granting of national political entity; (2) Yogyakarta provide space areas and concrete for the Indonesian population early. Third, Yogyakarta became the savior when Indonesian forces in crisis situations to preserve the Declaration of Independence August 17, 1945. While legally the First, the consistency at the level that recognizes the juridical existence of a region that is special. Second, the consistency of recognition of the status of a regional specialty is not followed by a comprehensive arrangement on the substance of the privilege of an area. Special of DIY also reflected in the mechanism of filling the vacancy Guvernor and the Deputy Governor, with the appointment/establishment of Sri Sultan and Sri Pakualam directly by the President. The constitutional system of decision Hamengkubuwono X and Sri Pakualam, as Governor and Deputy Governor of DIY is not contradictory with the Constitution (unconstitutional) for determining the gain legitimacy from the community (community wishes). Keywords: specialty of DIY, governor determination system, regional head of electoral systems
A Comparative Study of Bronchoscopic Aspirate And Percutaneous Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in Sputum Negative, Clinicoradiologically Suspect Cases of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. published in

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Dr.Himanshu S Pophale, Dr.Gauri P Godbole Introduction: Sputum negative, clinicoradiologically suspect TB presents a difficult diagnostic problem. The clinician has to either initiate empirical ATT or invasive techniques to seek evidence of TB / exclude other disease etiologies. Methodology: Adult sputum smear negative patients clinicoradiologically suspected of pulmonary TB were subjected to FOB and transthoracic FNAC lung. Samples were subjected to cytology and ZN staining for AFB. Sputa of all patients were sent for culture. Results & Conclusions: No clear superiority between the techniques emerged when considered in isolation. But when used together, the diagnostic confirmation was achieved in 51% more patients. Combination of the two is a good tool to confirm TB in sputum negative Pulmonary TB cases. Complication rates of the two techniques were comparable and self limiting.
PERSPEKTIF YURIDIS TANGGUNG JAWAB DOKTER TERHADAP RAHASIA MEDIS PASIEN HIV/AIDS (Studi di Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Banyumas) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Muhammad Taufiq Examination of HIV/AIDS patient with do voluntary and confidential principle. Patient confidentiality must be maintained with the best. Status and the presence of HIV/AIDS patients are kept secret and so raises dilemma for physicians nor patient themselves. Juridical perspective of physician responsibility in opening the medical secret of patients with HIV/AIDS is a view or understanding of legal liability physicians in opening the medical secret of HIV/AIDS patients. Things must be secret maintained in the form of of identity, diagnosis, disease history, inspection history and treatment history. Perspective juridical physicians responsibility in RSUD Banyumas generally show very much agrees on opening medical confidential HIV/AIDS patients with patient consent. Implementation of medical confidentiality laws against HIV/AIDS patients in RSUD Banyumas implemented properly. Key words : confidential medical, legal perspectives physicians, law enforcement
PHARMACOGNOSTIC EVALUATION OF MUSA PARADISIACA L. BRACT, FLOWER, TRACHEA AND TRACHEAL FLUID published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Khizar Abbas1, Ghazala H. Rizwani, Hina Zahid* and Ayesha Asif In recent years trend towards authentication, standardization and quality assurance of selected medicinal plants has been rapid increase for potential therapeutic significance. Despite the modern techniques, identification of plant drug by pharmacognostic study is more reliable. In present investigation, the detailed pharmacognostic study of Musa paradisiaca L. [bract, flower, trachea (floral stalk) and tracheal fluid (floral stalk fluid)] was carried out. However, no conclusive pharmacognostic study of its bract, flower, trachea and tracheal fluid has been performed yet. The study includes macroscopic, microscopic, preliminary phytochemical screening and fluorescence analysis. The macroscopic and microscopic evaluation revealed characters that are of diagnostic value and useful in authentication of the plant. Phytochemical screening for detection of secondary metabolites such as saponins, terpenes, steroids, flavonoids, resins, alkaloids, glycosides, tannins, lignin and fixed oil along with primary metabolites protein, amino acids, fats and carbohydrates in various parts of plant.The fluorescence analysis under visible light and UV light by treatment with different chemical reagents showed different color changes. Information obtained from these studies will assist for sample identification, standardization for quality, purity, efficacy, pharmacological, therapeutic evaluation and also towards the development of plant monograph as food cum drug agent.
DEVELOPMENT AND STANDARDIZATION OF AN AYURVEDIC HERBAL EYE DROPS FOR DRY EYE SYNDROME published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Srikanth, A. Singh*, S. Pawar, S. N. Murthy, R. R. Padmavar Ayurvedic literatures recount potential ophthalmicdrugs for the management of surface inflammatory conditions of eye such as dry eye syndrome(DES) or Keratoconjunctivitis Sic ca(KCS). The plant drugs such as Berberi saristata DC. and Glyeyrrhiza glabra Linn. are attributed with potential anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic and wound healing activities backed by scientific evidences. With this rationale and background, an Ayurvedic eye drops was developed for dry eye syndrome (DES) systematically following contemporary methods and parameters right from quality assurance of ingredients, formulation of standard operation procedures (SoPs) and also complying to the quality and safety standards of finished product for ophthalmic preparation as specified in Indian Pharmacopeia. The pre-clinical ocular toxicity studies also revealed safety of this formulation on topical use.
TENDENCIES AND FEATURES OF THE FORMATION OF FOOD SECURITY IN THE UKRAINE published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Yevhenii Kharlan Goal of the study is to identify the trends and characteristics of the formation of food security in the territory of Ukraine. In the article the essential meaning of food security, described the key indicators which are offered which make advisable to assess the level of food security. Indicators of food security of Ukraine are determined according to the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of 05.12.2007 ? 1379 Some questions of food security, which defined level of indicator sufficiency of food consumption, represented regions with the incision consumption of main types of food in 2012, made calculation the dependence on imports of food groups. The main factors that affect the state of the agro-industrial sector and the level of food security in Ukraine are determined. It is concluded that the Concept of food security should cover satisfaction the physiological needs of the population in a protected, multifunctional, high quality food products in accordance to the medical advice, environmental conditions and individual human condition.
GLOBALIZATION AND REGIONAL ECONOMY: PROBLEMS, TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES . published in

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LASHA MANVELIDZE The work deals with the improvement of social relations in socio-economic development of the country, the perfection problems of the structural-organizational and financial strategies, the investment and business environment of the region. In the globalization conditions, with modern approaches, it is substantiated the priority of the regional economic development, the purpose of diversification of economic spaces, the necessity to develop the strategies and projects of regional financial, resource, entrepreneurial, infrastructural and other processes. The peculiarities of the territorial division of the country and regional factors are presented, which ensure the efficiency of functioning of the regional markets, the optimal interdependence of different forms of ownership, the complete engagement in the process of European integration.
A gesto socioambiental em uma empresa de transporte coletivo urbano no municpio de Santa Maria-RS published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Antonio Reske Filho, Guerino Antonio Tonin & Luz Antonio Rossi de Freitas. It is remarkable corporate commitment postures socially correct, environmentally sustainable and economically viable management practices. It is in this sense that environmental responsibility becomes an important variable in the competitive strategy of firms to seek to achieve and demonstrate to society sound environmental performance by controlling the impacts on the environment. Public policies for transport, private companies that hold the granting of urban transport services need to adopt measures that go beyond mere legal compliance required by regulatory and inspection bodies, adopting practices of social and environmental responsibility to minimize the negative impacts and improve quality of transport services rendered. In this sense becomes relevant the study of environmental responsibility practices of shipping company in the study. The increasing importance of environmental issues must be adequate legislation, social demands and aligned with the organization's strategy. In this sense, this research studies the environmental management adopted in a urban public transport company of the city of Santa Maria, RS, specifically intends to investigate management practices in relation to environmental and social issues and their alignment with the business strategy. This is an exploratory research using the case study because it is deep and thorough study of a single object in search of a definition of a set of data to assist the process of description or totality phases of the social process Company MEDIANEIRA TRANSPORT LTD., and conclusions are limited only to the context of the company, indicating that sustainability strategies are aligned with the business philosophy of the company, projecting a positive image in front of employees and society. Keywords: Environmental social management; Urban transport; Environmental Responsibility.
Analysis of University Students Performance in Matriculation, Post Matriculation and First Year Examinations in Delta and Edo States, Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Dr. Henry Ogheneovo Oshemughen, Anita Ochuko Oshemughen This study analyzed the university students performance in University Matriculation Examination (UME), post matriculation examination and first year examination with a view to determining whether the performance of students in UME and post UME had influenced the academic performance of students admitted into first year (100 level) in universities in Delta and Edo States, Nigeria. One research question was raised and one hypothesis was formulated and tested. The study had adopted the ex-post facto design using the correlational method. The population of the study comprised the students in all universities in Edo and Delta states that took the UME and Post UME in 2004/2005 and 2005/2005 academic sessions and a sample size of 8111 students from three universities was selected through stratified random sampling technique. Instruments used for this study included students records containing UME and post UME scores; and students first year GPA. The data collected were analyzed using stepwise multiple regression. The findings from the analysis showed that UME and Post UME performance of students combined, accounted for 67.2 percent of the variance in their first year academic performance in universities in Edo and Delta states. Based on these findings it was concluded, that the performance of students in UME and Post UME had impacted significantly on their first year academic performance in universities. On the basis of this conclusion, it was recommended among others that the UME and Post UME policy be allowed to continue in University admission in Edo and Delta States, Nigeria.

Review of Green Building Index GBI in Malaysia

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

Kamil M. | Deepak T. J. | Shanti. M

In recent years, global warming has been a major issue in every country all over the world which has yet to be resolved. World Development Indicator states, the amounts of carbon emission in Malaysia are increasing at an uncontrollable rate especially near the end of Year 2014 with a rate of 8 metric tons per capita. This rate lead to the implementation of greener approach towards industrial sector which includes the construction industry. Green Building Index GBI is the green rating tool recognized by the Malaysian construction industry to promote sustainability in the built environment. It is developed specifically for the Malaysian tropical climate by Persatuan Arkitek Malaysia PAM and Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia ACEM . Energy is becoming one of the most critical and important aspect to the nation, countries with high percentage of energy and resources is considered powerful as nowadays energy and resources of the country is key measurement for its power and development. The overall study indicated that there is an increase in sustainable construction in current Malaysian construction industry with respect to the GBI standards. This increase should be maintained to ensure all future buildings in Malaysia should follow the standards set by GBI. Kamil M. | Deepak T. J. | Shanti. M "Review of Green Building Index (GBI) in Malaysia" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Information Technology , November 2018, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19117.pdf
 
Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/19117/review-of-green-building-index-gbi-in-malaysia/kamil-m
Adolescents and their role models published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Kuldeep Kaur A role model may fascinate us, inspire us, lead us, help us to dream big and aim high, and may actually facilitate our self-realization. But all this may or may not be true depending upon the selection of our role model/s. Adolescence is an impressionable age and a wrong choice of role model can turn a teenagers life into a disaster. Right from understanding the question as to why one needs a role model? to the question as to how to select a role model? one really has to be cautious. This study tries to understand whether our adolescents feel the need of a role model, and if yes, then do they have their role models? The study is descriptive in nature and conclusions are based on the responses of 100 adolescents.
Organizational Goals Vs Personal Goals - Their Level of Success in Selected Small Scale Indian Industries published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mohd. Ashraf Ali, Azam Malik, Sarfaraz Javed successful organization is one in which the goals of the organizations are achieved,individuals are satisfied and they are more likely to be productive. Individual and organization enters into some kind of Psychological contract. This contract is implemented by the organization through assigning tasks to individuals, imposing certain obligations on individuals to perform their duties efficiently and by subjecting the employees to authority system etc. From his side, individual tries to put in his ability, loyalty, hard work and commitment to influence positively organizational objectives. As a result of interaction between individual and the organization, fusion Process takes place. Thus, individuals enter or form organizations with many expectations and goals; they expect a good return from organizations. Organizations expect individuals to make contribution to achieve its own goals.
PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS PRODUCES ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIARTHRITIC ACTIVITY IN WISTAR ALBINO RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vinita Singh*, Dr. Deepak Vyas, Prof. Rajshree Pandey and Imtiyaz Ahmad Sheikh Pleurotus ostreatus is a distinguished cultivable oyster mushroom with remarkable mycoremediation and mycotherapeutic properties. The aim of this study was to evaluate the therapeutic claims of aqueous extract of P. ostreatus (AEPO) in relieving arthritic conditions. In this study the aqueous extract of P. ostreatus was also screen to display potent antioxidant activity in vitro, total phenolic and flavonoid contents in order to find possible sources for future novel antioxidants in food and pharmaceutical formulations. A detailed study was performed on the antioxidant activity of aqueous extract of P. ostreatus by DPPH scavenging method and formalin induced arthritic injuries, lipid peroxidation in wistar-albino rats. The total phenolic content (TPC) and total flavonoid content (TFC) of the extract were also determined. Paw thickness, White Blood Cell Count (WBC), Hemoglobin Concentration (HB), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), lipid peroxidation, catalase activity were studied post induction of arthritis. The extracts of P. ostreatus were also subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening test for various constituents. The total phenolic contents (119.93.1 mg GAE/g extract) and total flavonoid contents (60.9 2.2 mg QE/g extract) of aqueous extract of P. ostreatus (AEPO) were found to be significantly high. The IC50 value of AEPO on the DPPH radical was 42.01 ?g/ml. Results of in-vivo experiment revealed that administration of formalin induced arthritis injury caused a significant increase in lipid peroxidation compare to normal saline group. In contrast, AEPO (300 mg/kg bw) and standard drug (Dexamethasone) (50 mg/kg bw) treatments effectively prevented these alterations and maintained the antioxidant status. Mean paw thickness in animals given 300 mg kg1 AEPO was significantly (p<0.05) lower on days 7 and 14 compared to that of normal saline group. Data from present results revealed that P. ostreatus act as an antioxidant agent due to its free radical scavenging and exhibited potent anti-arthritic activity.
Human Resource Challenges in Non published in

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Divya M.S, Dr.T.N.Sreedhara Human resource management is a challenging task to all three sectors namely public, private and voluntary sector. Two major questions arise in the mind of academicians; first, are the three sectors facing similar kind of human resources problem in the workplace? Second, is the severity of human resource (HR) problems equal in all three sectors? In this context large number of experts widely accepted, three sectors face similar kind of human resource problems but the severity of problem is not same. This study has mainly focused on HR aspects of non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The NGOs are exposed to three kinds of challenges namely financial, information and human resource. From the earlier studies it is evident to note that NGOs consider HR challenges as the most severe challenge than other two challenges. This study aims to examine HR challenges of NGOs and argued employee retention as a severe challenge.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE WATER-BODIES NEAR INDUSTRIAL AREA: DAGORI AND RAIGARH published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Banerjee Priya1 and Dr. Sao Shweta2* An investigation was undertaken on the areas like Dagori and Raigarh to see the effects of rapid industrialization on the water bodies of these two areas i.e shivnath river at Dagori and kelo river at Raigarh respectively. A Comparative study has been made by taking parameters like , Hardness, Total Solid, Total Dissolved Solid (TDS), Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Biological Oxygen demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen demand (COD) of these two rivers. The Potability of water was checked directly by collecting samples from the water bodies of these two areas. In the present investigation it was found that the maximum parameters of Shivnath river at Dagori were not at the level of pollution, but maximum parameters of Kello river at Raigarh shows that they are somewhat polluted and not potable. So, it is the need of the to take necessary steps for making the water potable for the survival of the living organisms on these water bodies.
Correlates of Health Status and Intelligence of High Achievers of High School Students published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anand. K Many accounts have been given on the relationship between health variables and intellectual development. Many studies have reported significant findings between health status indicators and cognitive test scores. The performance of mental ability of pupils with good health status were significantly higher than those of pupils with poor nutritional or health status as a whole. It is therefore essential in the Indian context to obtain as much information as possible to find out if there are any interrelationships between Body Mass Index, Basal Metabolic Rate, Body fat percentage and intelligence.
Influence of Welding Processes on Tensile Properties, Microstructure, and Hardness of Friction Stir Welded AZ31B Magnesium Alloy published in

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S. Ugender, Dr.A. Kumar and Dr.A. Somi Reddy Friction Stir Welding (FSW) was performed on 5-mm thick plates, machined from rolled AZ31B Magnesium alloy.The microstructure and defects formation were investigated by optical microscope. The mechanical properties were determined by tensile and hardness tests. Frictional heat and plastic flow during friction stir welding create the fine recrystallized grain (Stir Zone, SZ) and the elongated and recovered grain (Thermo-Mechanical Affected Zone, TMAZ) in the weld zone. Heat affected zone (HAZ), which can be identified only by hardness test due to no difference in grain structure compared with the base metal, is formed beside the weld zone. In this study, the effect of rotational speed on microstructure , hardness and mechanical properties of Friction stir welded Mg AZ31B alloy have been investigated. Friction stir welding (FSW) is carried out at different rotational speeds of 900 rpm, 1120 rpm, 1400 rpm and 1800 rpm with High speed steel (HSS) at a constant welding speed of 40 mm/min, tilt angle of 2.50 and axial force of 5 KN. It is observed that the joint fabricated using HSS tool material at a rotational speed of 1400 rpm obtained higher mechanical properties as compared to those of 900 rpm, 1120 rpm and 1800 rpm
Webinar is an online platform for the Professional Development published in

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Dr.A. Tholappan In the present era of technology, teachers obligation is confined not only to acquire new knowledge and skills but to develop them continuously also. Professional development refers to the activities to enhance professional career growth of teachers to foster teachers growth. The term Webinar stands for interactive Web- based seminar cum virtual dialogue, a presentation, lecture or workshop that is transmitted over the web. Through the educational webinars presenters can reach education, academician and others within no time and is also economical as it overcome the travelling expense and other inconvenience. This paper discuss in brief webinar, its history, keys to select good webinar, major benefits of the webinar and for the professional development and also suggests the teachers, educationists, scholars to avail the virtual opportunity for their professional development at different level.
QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF PHYTOCHEMICALS IN MUNTINGIA CALABURA L. LEAF AND FRUIT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Marimuthu Krishnaveni* and Ravi Dhanalakshmi Muntingia calabura L is a fast growing medicinal plant, attracts fruit eating birds such as flower peckers. The timbers are lightweight, durable and used in carpentry. Fruit from Muntingia is also harvested for export overseas. The leaves and fruits were studied for its phytochemical analysis both qualitatively and quantitatively and also for its behavior with aqueous extract powders, fluorescence, nutrients. Among the phytochemicals assessed, the carbohydrate, glycosides, tannin, phenolic compounds, proteins and aminoacids showed strong reactions, whereas, moderate reaction was observed with rest of the phytochemicals. Positive result was observed with flurosence study. The total yield obtained from 15gm powder was 09.95% with leaf and 16.01% with fruit. The carbohydrate content was found to be higher with leaf (204.03.46mg/g carbohydrate ) when compared to fruit (75.334.61mg/g carbohydrate). But, the protein content was higher with fruit extract (6.440.15mg/g protein) on comparison with leaf extract (2.040.15mg/g protein). Moderate amount of aminoacids content was observed with leaf and fruits. The behavior of the extract powder was positive for alkaloids, proteins, flavonoids, anthroquinone.
TUNNEL-BASED IPV6 TRANSITION WITH AUTOMATIC BANDWIDTH MANAGEMENT published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Srinidhi K S, Smt. R. Anitha, A.V.Srikantan The Internet will soon be sailing in very rough as it is about to run out of the current Internet Protocol Version four (IPV4). Moving from Internet Protocol version Four (IPv4) to Internet Protocol version six (IPv6) is not straightforward because IPv4 and IPv6 are incompatible protocols. To enable the smooth transition between IPv4 and IPv6, several transition mechanisms have been proposed by IETF IPng Transition Working Group (NGTrans) such as Tunneling, dual stack, Translation. Tunneling supports ?like-to-like? IP connectivity across an ?unlike? network, whereas translation supports ?like-to-unlike? IP interconnectivity. No comprehensive strategy exists to address all possible scenarios. Because tunneling can keep the end-to-end model that the Internet is built on. Tunneling enables IPv6 connectivity across an IPv4 network and vice versa. Although tunneling cant achieve direct interworking between IPv4 and IPv6, but broadly adopting it as the foundation for IPv6 transition will accelerate IPv6 adoption, and retain the legacy IPv4 connectivity, and let operators leverage their existing IPv4 assets during the transition period. The key concern is that tunneling retains the end-to-end notion and IP like-to-like affinity on which the Internet is built. Bandwidth allocation is an important factor to be considered in networking. Efficient bandwidth management technique is important in satisfying the requested services. In this project, the emphasis is laid on developing a tunnel-based framework that solves the transition problems in backbone and allocation of bandwidth efficiently by allocating the requested bandwidth as per the demand.
PHARMACOVIGILANCE OF AYURVEDA: QUESTIONING ITS EFFICACY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Dinesh Kumar Jain*, Dr Rajkumar Arya Ayurveda is based on balance of vata, pitta and kapha in the body. Increase of these humours creates diseases. Removing or calming these humours is the main objective of the treatment in Ayurveda. In Ayurveda, plants, metals, climates, seasons, physical activities are divided in to two groups. They increase or decrease imaginary humours and used accordingly to maintain balance. Astrology, incantations, hymns, mantra-tantra, worship, prayers, emesis, enema, catharsis, cranial catharsis, blood letting are used in treatment. These concepts of Ayurveda are irrational, illogical, unscientific and not supported by knowledge of medical science. Ignorance and silence of medical personnel regarding this crucial concept indicate their dishonesty towards society and science. Pharmacovigilance also includes study of efficacy of drugs. If evidence of ineffectiveness of Ayurveda put in front of Central Government, then Government is ready to prohibit use and manufacture of the Ayurvedic drugs. It is the duty of pharmacologists and medicine specialists to protect the society from the ineffective and useless therapeutic systems.
Swami Vivekanandas Views on Philosophy of Education and Its Relevancy with Modern Life published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Ms Richa Tripathi*, Dr K.P. Singh**& Dr Sandeep Verma*** In this paper, I would focus on Swami Vivekanandas views on Philosophy of Education and its relevancy with modern life. According to Swami Vivekananda, education does not mean the mass of information which is inserted by force into the mind of a child. In his own words, education is the manifestation of perfection already in man. Indian nationalism and spiritualism were the basic foundations
Chlorpyrifos Methyl Degradation in Soil and Human Exposure published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Maria-Elisabeta Lovasz, Irina Dumitrascu, Ramona Balc Synthetic pesticides are one of the most widespread methods used for pest control in agriculture. Chlorpyrifos-methyl is commonly used in Romania, and it is classified as an organophosphorus non-carcinogenic substance used to control insects, by inhibiting the activity of acetylcholinesterase. This studys aim was to monitor the degradation of chlorpyrifos-methyl pesticide after spraying directly on vegetation-free soil, under natural conditions, and to calculate the exposure dose through ingestion and dermal contact. The presence of pesticides in the vegetation-free soil was detectable even after 133 days following the time of use. After 49 days, significant chlorpyrifos-methyl concentration differences (p<0.05) had been recorded for the two soil depths (0-5 cm and 30 cm), suggesting a high degree of retention in the soil surface in question. After this period of time, the concentrations trend was to equalize. No significant differences between chlorpyrifos-methyl concentrations collected from 0-5 cm and 30 cm depths had been found after 133 days. The calculated oral and dermal exposure doses, as well as the cumulative dose, were significantly lower than ADI for adults and children.
Efficiency and Productivity Analysis of Puducherry Cooperative Banks by Using DEA APPROACH published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
BAIG MANSUR IBRAHIM, P.SASIKALA The Banking sector plays a vital role in economic development of a country. The Efficient and effective banking system brings rapid growth in various sectors. Therefore, its efficiency and productivity has to be compared and analyzed for better performance. Through analyses it is very important to set a bench mark for every bank for the continual improvement. The aim of this study is to analyze and describe the existing scenario of banking sector. It also aims to analyze the performance and efficiency of Pondicherry Co-operative Urban Bank Ltd which consists of 6 branches. The study has used a separate tool (DEA APPROACH) for analyzing efficiency and productivity of banks. The study was purely based on the Secondary Data. Only secondary data are used for making interpretations and conclusions. The second hand information used in this research has been collected from the Audited Financial results published by Reserve Bank of India in its website for the Period 2010-11 to 2011-12 and 2011-12 Annual report of Pondicherry Co-operative Urban Bank Ltd published in website
A Theoretical Study of Coherent To Incoherent Dynamical Behavior of Quantum Atomic Gases in Periodic Potentials published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Mirtunjay Sharma and Lalit Kumar Mishra In series of experiments in 1995, alkali atomic gases were cooled down to nK temperature and BEC (Bose-Einstein Condensation) was observed. Using the theoretical formalism developed by M.M.Cerimele etal (2004), we have studied the coherent to incoherent dynamical behavior of quantum atomic gases in periodic potentials. We have evaluated oscillation of condensate incoherent dynamics of the condensate and chaotic dynamics of the condensate. Our evaluated theoretical results are in good agreement with other theoretical workers.
PECULIARITIES OF THE CORROSIVE STATE OF THE IRON COLUMN IRON PILLAR IN DELHI, INDIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Bazartay Alimbayevich Alimbayev; Bauyrzhan Zharkynbekovich Manapbayev; Zhannura Zharkabekovna Manapbayeva The paper considers the iron column Iron pillar located in the archaeological complex Qutub in Delhi city (India), which has not corroded for 16 centuries. The mechanism of atmospheric corrosion in this column has been reviewed. The hypothesis about the nonappearance of corrosion processes on the surface of the column for a long period of time has been suggested.
COMPARATIVE STUDY TO SOME OF THE BIOCHEMICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ALKALOIDS EXTRACTS FROM NERIUM OLEANDER AND APIUM GRAVEOLENS IN FEMALES MICE MUS MUSCULUS L. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nidaa A.Mezban*, Ali M. Hussein The present study aimed to compare some the biochemical and histological effects of alkaloids extracts from Nerium oleander (Oleander)and Apium graveolens (celery) leaves in female mice .The results of study showed significant increase in (P?0.05) in Cholesterol and triglyceride levels,and significant decrease in Aspartate amino transferase (AST) ,Alanine amino transferase (ALT) and Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) Levels,and significant increase in Creatinine and significant decrease in Urea levels Also the results showed Histological changes In the liver and kidney of demonstrated to happen inflammation and Hypertrophy of hepatocytes, increase the number of Kupffer cells, Bloody congestion and Hyperplasia, and the results showed decrease (P?0.05) in blood glucose level and no significant increase in bilirubin level and significant increase in total protein level in Female groups mice treated with alkaloid extracts of Nerium oleander (Oleander) and Apium graveolense (Celery) compared with control group.
Pattern of Malocclusion and Treatment need in Orthodontic Patients in Rural Population: An Institution Based Study published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Tanvi Bihani Objective: The aim of the study was to assess the prevalence and pattern of malocclusion among patients who visited Department of Orthodontics of Rajasthan Dental College and Hospital, Jaipur (Rajasthan) through a awareness program, being conducted at Bagru as a baseline data for proper treatment planning, teaching, and further research. Materials & Method: This study was conducted on 125 patients who attended the Orthodontic Department from November 2011 to November 2012. Information regarding age, sex, type of malocclusion, dentofacial patterns and dentofacial characteristics was obtained from patient records. Orthodontic treatment need was assessed using DHC component of IOTN. Results: The results of the study showed that the patients age ranged from 9 to 32 years. There were 63(50.4%) males and 62(49.6%) females. Chief complaints of majority of patients were forwardly placed upper teeth and irregularly placed teeth. The commonest type of malocclusion was Angles class II which was seen in 77 (61.6%) of patients. There was an increased overjet in 70.4% of subjects. Assessment of need for orthodontic treatment using the DHC component of IOTN showed that 46 (36.8%) were in great need of orthodontic treatment and 36(28.8%) had definite need of treatment. Conclusion: The results give a detailed pattern of malocclusion in orthodontic patients of rural area and may provide a baseline data for research and planning orthodontic services.
Style in Christian and Islamic Sermons: A Linguistic Analysis published in

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Acheoah, John Emike PhD, Hamzah Abdulraheem The study is a stylistic analysis of language use in religious discourse. It is a very significant study because apart from using an integrative discursive approach to investigate phenomena, we do not know of any study that uses a contrastive approach to analyze style in Christian and Islamic sermons. Selecting and organizing language, as well as deviating from its norms is the concern of style. The study investigates linguistic dimensions of Christian and Islamic sermons, hinging on the Communicative Model stylistic theory as analytical framework, although insights from pragmatics and rhetoric (discrete fields of knowledge) give the study illuminating directions. The findings include: religious sermons convey sacred messages; Christian and Islamic sermons are conveyed with similar stylistic devices; the major areas of divergence in the sermons of both religions is that they use different nomenclatures and contextual structures.
Growth and Development of Women Multipurpose Co-Operative Societies in India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. B.S. Chandrashekar Co-operative in India is playing an important role in socioeconomic transformation and development of the country. The co-operative principle of open and voluntary membership empowers women to become members of any type of societies in accordance with their need and interest. In this background, the present study is tries to analyze the growth and development of women cooperatives in India and Karnataka in particular. Co-operative has a vast opportunity but until recently largely neglected, in connection with the women of India. The co-operative societies have always been open to women, but difficulties in connecting with the security, which women can offer the custody of funds etc., have been so long held the center stage. The study shows that there is a clear evidence that the WMPCS performing well. Therefore, both the Central and State Governments have to give more thrust to form and support these categories of societies.
Study of dielectric properties for Uttarakhand soils at C-band frequency published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
D. V. Ahire Performances of the most of sensors used in microwave remote sensing of soils depend on their dielectric properties determined at frequencies in GHz range. The most important parameter needed for this purpose is complex dielectric constant of soil sample. This study presents experimental results on the variation of dielectric constant (?'), dielectric loss (?''), a. c. conductivity and relaxation time of six different soil samples with gravimetric moisture content at 5.3 GHz frequency. For all the six soil samples, the dielectric constant (?') and dielectric loss (?'') in general, are found to increase with increase in percentage gravimetric Moisture Content (MC %). Further, our results give high degree positive and high degree negative statistical correlation coefficient for a. c. conductivity (?) and relaxation time (?) respectively with MC (%) for all the six soil samples studied.
Delusional Parasitosis : A Case Report published in

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Chetan Lokhande, Anup Bharati, Avinash De Sousa Delusional parasitosis (DP) type is a rare psychiatric disorder which poses a challenge to psychiatrists worldwide. We illustrate a case here that presented to our out patient department with the same problem. The patient was diagnosed and treated with Risperidone to which he responded very well.

A Clinical Study on Vrisha Gritha Aschyothana and Paana in the Management of Prathamapatalagata Timira

published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD

P Chandana | Bhat Gururaj Anil | M J Ashwini

Forty diagnosed cases of Prathama Patalagata Timira Simple myopia were and registered for clinical study irrespective of gender, socioeconomic status and religion with an aim to know the efficacy of Vrisha Gritha Aschyothana topical eye drops and Paana internal medication . The study was open labeled single arm clinical study, managed with Aschyothana for 7 days and Paana for 60 days. To present the study in a scientific manner criteria's were made Avyaktha Darshana Poor vision for distance , Auto Refractometry, Visual efficiency by Snellen's chart for assessment and statically evaluation. Obtained results were found to be significantly effective. P Chandana | Bhat Gururaj Anil | M J Ashwini "A Clinical Study on Vrisha Gritha Aschyothana and Paana in the Management of Prathamapatalagata Timira" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd26426.pdf Paper URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/ophthalmology/26426/a-clinical-study-on-vrisha-gritha-aschyothana-and-paana-in-the-management-of-prathamapatalagata-timira/p-chandana

Commutative curvature operators over four-dimensional generalized symmetric published in

Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis

Published by University of Maragheh
Ali Haji-Badali, Masoud Dehghan, Fereshteh Nourmohammadi Commutative properties of four-dimensional generalized symmetric pseudo-Riemannian manifolds were considered. Specially, in this paper, we studied Skew-Tsankov and Jacobi-Tsankov conditions in 4-dimensional pseudo-Riemannian generalized symmetric manifolds.
Scientific Orientation of Commercial Poultry Farmers of Andhra Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.R.HARILAL An expost facto research design followed in the present investigation for which 120 commercial poultry farmers ( 60 layer + 60 broiler farmers) of Rangareddy, Chittoor and East Godavari districts were selected randomly to study the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on farming performance of commercial poultry farmers. The data pertaining to dependent variables viz. ICT utilization and farming performance and independent variables collected with the help of a pre-tested interview schedule developed for the purpose. After collection of data, farmers were divided into three groups based on type of flock i.e. layer farmers, broiler farmers and total farmers for better analysis and presentation of results. Scientific orientation was upto medium extent among total farmers (61.67%), layer farmers (63.33%) and broiler farmers (60.00%).

The Advantages and Challenges of mobile health service quality system in UAE and future research

published in

Annals of Tropical Medicine & Public Health

Published by Africa Health Research Organization

Halima Alblooshi, Samer Ali Al-Shami, Safiah Sidek

Innovations in mobile technology (mhealth) have brought remote healthcare management to the forefront of advanced medical care. The ability to record the cardiac activity of a patient at home has been available for some time. Due to the role of mhealth in improving the quality of health services in a timeresponsiveness and cost efficiency, the UAE health authority emphasized to the importance of mhealth and many hospitals introduced it with aiming to improve the quality and gain a competitive advantage. Even though the UAE is a leading country in health management, several challenges still surround their operation and impede the development of mhealth. Therefore, this paper aims to identify the potential advantages and the challenges that encounter mhealth development in the context of UAE. The finding of this research emphasized that the UAE health industry has the potential to develop their health quality through the development of the quality system of mhealth based on customers’ perspectives that meets customers’ satisfaction and continue intention to use mhealth
Nutritional status of children among the families of women agricultural labourers published in

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DIBYAPRAVA PRADHANAND BISWANATH SADANGI A study was conducted on 160 agricultural labourer households of Odisha having at least one child in the age group of 1-5 years. The nutritional status of children aged 1-5 years was evaluated and was classified into different grades of malnutrition based on weight for age, height for age and weight for height. From the study, it was revealed that the mean weight and height of both male and female children of all groups was much less than the NCHS. It was also found that 77.5 per cent, 78.13 per cent and 71.25 per cent were malnourished on the basis of weight for age, height-for-age and weight-for-height, respectively with highest percentage in the age group of 4-5 years. Majority of the malnourished children belonged to Grade II group. Only 15.63 per cent were totally normal basing on all three parameters i.e. weight/age, height/age and weight/ height. Majority 68.13 per cent among malnourished children were in the present and past underfed group (low wt/age, low ht/ age and low wt/ ht).
Evaluation of pre-released bold seeded lentil varieties for growth and yield potentiality in the Gangetic plains of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
M. K. KUNDU, S. MAJI, S. BASU, R. NATH AND P. K. CHAKRABORTY A study was conducted for two consecutive year (2012-2013 and 2013-2014) to assess the performances of sixteen pre-released and two standard varieties of bold seeded lentil for their growth and productivity potential. Germination of seed required 4 to 7 days. The duration of germination to branch initiation phase was 11 to 13 days; flower initiation required 32 to 57 days, in first year and 29 to 36 days in the second year. Significant differences were observed in plant height, nodule number, dry matter accumulation, yield and yield attributes of the crop. The dry matter accumulation was better in the second year. The seed yield was maximum in PL-129 in both the year. The second year yield was lower than the first year, as it was exposed to higher temperature during the reproductive phase of the crop. The maximum productivity of lentil would be archived when the maximum and minimum temperature during 100% flowering ranged from 24.6 to 28.6 and 10.1 to 10.9C respectively.
EXTRUSION - A POTENTIAL KEYSTONE SOLUTION FOR PREPARATION OF CHRONOPHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Dimitrov, T. Popova, V. Petkova* and Nikolai Lambov Bronchial asthma displays significant circadian variation at onset or exacerbation of symptoms (50-100 time more common between midnight and early morning hours with peak of bronchoconstriction at 4.00 am), which requires specific administration timing and creating chronopharmaceutical systems which can release the drug within a short/prolonged period of time, immediately after a predetermined lagtime pulsatile-release drug delivery systems. The bronchodilating action of theophylline makes the drug useful in the chronic treatment of bronchial asthma, but its narrow therapeutic concentration range and variable pharmacokinetics make dosing management of the drug difficult which requires utilization of modified release drug dosage forms, like Contin chronopharmaceutical technology, used in Uniphyl/Uniphyllin tablets. Unexpected, our recent in vitro study revealed that the release rate of theophylline from Uniphyllin tablets is too slow and there is potential possibility that they could not provide satisfactory lag time. Utilization of multiple-unit pellet systems (MUPS) are one of ways that pulsatile-release or so called ?time clock systems? can be achieved. Multi-stage extrusion (two or three stages) approach technology gives the opportunity to achieve pulsatile release profile with simple reextrusion of the conventional or modified release pellets prepared by one stage extrusion. The present study compromises preparation and characterization of nine formulations tablets by tabletting of pellets prepared after single- (E1-1-E3-1), two-(E1-2-E3-2), or three-stages (E1- 3-E3-3) extrusion with application of different polymer blends. Formulations with HPMC release slower than formulations with CMC Na and increasing viscosity grade of HPMC, leads to decreasing in release rate. Moreover fastest is the release rate from single-extruded pellets and slowest from three-stage extruded pellets. Among all formulations, formulation E3-3 (tablet prepared from pellets via three-stage extrusion) exhibits the desired chronopharmaceutical release profile. This system is designed, by taken before bedtime, to deliver API between midnight and early morning hours when asthma incidents are with higher frequency, which fully complies with the main principle of chronotherapy synchronization of drug concentration to rhythms in disease activity.
Comparative study of working and non-working women and its relation with obesity published in

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VEENA S. SAMANI, DAXA JOTANGIYA AND HINA K. BHADANIYA Obesity or over nutrition is a menace to health and it is a public health problem of the well to do people. Obesity is a condition in which there is excessive weight gain in the body. An increase of 10 per cent over the ideal weight or optimal weight is termed obesity. Excessive weight gain is mainly due to high intake of food. When more energy is taken through food and less is utilized through activities, the excess energy is converted into fat and is deposited as adipose tissues. Modern medicine emphasizes this statement. Apart from physical handicaps, it produces psychological setbacks. Working and non-working women were selected for the study because obesity is a burning problem, not only in India but all over the world. In the present study, 30 working and 30 non-working women were studied. A questionnaire was designed to collect the information along with personal interview of the subjects like standard weight for females, socio-economical status, various reasons of increasing the weight, food habit, physical and mental health and obesity.Age of onset of obesity was between 30 and 40 years, which could be due to hormonal changes. Other important causes of obesity seen in the study were irregular menstruation and caesarian. Consumption of junk food and high calorie bakery items are also responsible for obesity. Obesity invites several physical and mental health problems. Awareness about preventive and curative measures for obesity was found less. Sedentary life style and use of television as a means of entertainment has major role to play in causing obesity.
Perception of Teachers towards No - detention Policy published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Alka Dutt Government amended policies, acts for the development of childrens society, c ountry but how successful it became and what and how it effect and fulfill its objective is actually mean a lot. While amending right to education act, 2009 - government introduces no detention policy and also enforced it. This project tries to show the coi n Sides of the no detention policy i.e. we know for what objectives the government amend this policy but in this project researcher tried to know how successful the policy is and how it effects the education system.
Socio-Cultural and Political Implications of Environmental Damage published in

International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)

Published by Insan Akademika Publications
Bambang Yuniarto The purpose of the study is to analyze the socio-cultural and political implications of environmental damage. The methodology used in the study is qualitative approach, which is a research process to understand and investigate the social or human problem based on the traditions of a particular research methodology. The conclusion from this study, in terms of socio-political aspect, the government should develop the implementation of biocracy/ bio-democracy, which treats nature as a citizen who has the rights to be protected and developed according to its function
Lyotard and Habermas on Modernity, Post Modernism and The Present Cultural Crisis published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Jatinder Kumar Sharma Renaissance proved to be an important turning point in cultural and civilizational history of humankind. Human endeavour of flight from facts towards contra-factuals, or the apprehension of more just values and voyage of realisation of apprehended values, both received a very strong impetus from the renaissance. But the spread of crime, terrorism, violence, pornography, drug addiction, alienation, dehumanization, environmental and ecological problems etc. have resulted in a wide spread dejection and disenchantment with the claims associated with enlightenment vision. Perspectives of Lyotard and Habermas are responses to this cultural crisis. The paper seeks to analyse them.
Women Enterpreneurship published in

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Prof. (Miss) SHILPA B.M The entrepreneur is an economic man, who tries to maximize his profits by innovation. Innovation involves problem solving and entrepreneur gets satisfaction from using capabilities in attacking problems. There are around seven lakh villages in India and also that more than 70% of our population live in villages of half are women. Rural women represent a sizeable percentage of labour force in our country yet; they have not been brought under the main stream of development. The rural women may be mobilized and may lead to the nation towards the path of progress and prosperity. The rural women by all means can be very effective agents of change for better homes, better society and ultimately for robust economy in the present global scenario
تحفظِ حقوقِ نسواں ایکٹ کا شرعی وقانونی نقطہ نظر سے تجریاتی مطالعہ
published in

Al'Ilm

Published by Dr. Muhammad Arshad
عائشہ رحمٰن 
ڈاکٹر محمد ارشد 
Abstract
Islam is a complete code of life and provides the rights to every class of the human beings. Women rights is a kind of such basic rights which were not bothered in the world but Islam provided it to this gender in its ancient age. So many enactments have been made in Pakistan at federal and provincial level. “Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Act 2016” will be main study of this research article in which. This act was passed rapidly without any detailed discussion on it, so is the reason that it bears so may deficiencies in it. Implementation of this act will surely cause to create the internal problems in family life and will destroy the family system of the era. Some provisions of this act are repugnant to Islamic teachings as well as to ethical norms which make the husband helpless, notorious and such sinful and criminal person who has no right of honor and respect in the society and this will become a permanent document of dishonor which will affect his person as well as his whole family. These main points of this Act will be analyzed in sharia perspective in this research paper.
PERADILAN BERBASIS HARMONI DALAM DALAM GUYUB BUDAYA LAMAHOLOT - FLORES published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Karolus Kopong Medan This study tried to offer a new theoretic perspective about settlement form of criminal case. Through law anthropolgy study by using etnography approach and hermeneutic analysis method, this study more strengthen the faith that the final goal of every court process is not only to determine who is wrong and who is right, but also to find out the justice and the truth. But, additionally judicial process has to make a harmony or rebuild a social relation among the victims of conflict. Even, a social harmony that was built is managed generally as individual, and collective context, and as also vertically to the Almighty God. The judicial orientation with rich philosophy of harmony can be applied to social sphere, because actually the harmony value is everybodys dream in the world. Key words: judicial, criminal, harmony, adat tradition, Lamaholot society.
Demerger and its Aspects published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Naresh Kumar Merger and Demerger are like two sides of the same coin. Mergers offer various benefits as the joining of two corporate houses brings profitable results to the new entity formed. Thus, the question that arises is; what is the need for a demerger? The concept of demerger has gained much importance in the corporate world owing to the added advantages that it offers. The word Demerger denotes the act of disjoining a part or a unit of a company in order to incorporate a brand new company completely separate from the original company. A demerger aims at a more specific and a smoother functioning of the units. This paper commences by defining demerger under the Income Tax Act, 1961 and goes on to discuss the ways by which a demerger can be affected and its procedural aspects, it concludes by citing the relevant case law on the topic and laying down the benefits that a demerger offers.
HORMONAL AND LIPID PROFILE CHANGES IN MEN WITH CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Amina H. Ahmed Al-Obaidi*, Omar R. Ghayyib AL-Karkhi, Abdulghni M. Ali Al- Samarai. Background: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) naturally progresses with metabolic and hormonal disorders. Aim:This study was conducted to determine occurrence and prevalence hormonal changes in patients with CKD. Materials and methods: We conducted a cross sectional study for a sample composed of 70 patients with CRF, admitted to the Baqubah teaching hospital,dialysis unit, their ages between (20 60) years, and a control group consists of 40 subjects of comparable age, selected from medical staff who were apparently normal healthy adults without any major illness. The levels of hormones assay (LH, FSH, prolactin and testosterone) were measured by VIDS automated technical. The levels of blood urea, serum creatinine, blood glucose, total protein and serum albumin as well as serum triglycerides(TG),total cholesterol( TC),low density lipoprotein cholesterol( LDL-C), very low density lipoprotein cholesterol(VLDL-C) and high density lipoprotein cholesterol(HDL) were measured by colorimetric method. TC/HDL-C and LDLC/ HDL-C ratios were calculated. Results: The levels of serum LH, FSH and prolactin were significantly increased and serum TG, VLDL-C and blood glucose were significantly increased and HDL-C,TC, LDL-C, total protein and serum albumin was significantly decreased in cases when compared to controls. Conclusion: Patients with CKD are prone to hormonal and metabolic changes with health impact that need continious follow up.

The effectiveness of Brand Integration in television programming, and how it resonates with today’s audiences

published in

Journal of Organisational Creativity

Published by Mulga Partners Ltd

Anna Ogilby

In the last few decades product placement has matured and become more sophisticated in the marketing environment. Branded products are no longer just 'placed'; they are woven into entertainment content making a stronger emotional connection with the consumer.

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