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Water Quality Issues Related to Special Industrial Zones Along Hlaing River published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Cho Cho Thin Kyi In this study water quality of Hlaing River was monitored along the downstream reach during low flow periods and water samples were collected once a week during January and February. Stations for sample collection were fixed after site survey. There are altogether 14 stations to analyse water quality of the study river reach. The monitoring program includes collection of samples from seven locations along the river into which seven streams discharge. These samples were analysed for a number of water quality parameters such as temperature, total dissolve solid, total suspended solid, Conductivity, Salinity, pH, BOD, COD and Arsenic. The results of water quality parameters showed significant variation in water quality of the river and the water quality monitoring data were compared to the water quality standards for different uses.It is found that water quality of Hlaing River deteriorates and doesn't meet the requirements for conserving of living environment due to the pollution from the tributary streams which received wastewater from adjacent industrial zones and newly Satellite town. Cho Cho Thin Kyi "Water Quality Issues Related to Special Industrial Zones Along Hlaing River" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18488.pdf
How influential is negative informational influence? Evidence from online consumer changes in attitudes published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY

Published by CIRWORLD
Shu-Hui Chuang, Meng-Lin Shih While marketing scholars have emphasized the importance of informational influence, our understanding of how influential unfavorable information is still remains fragmental. The purpose of this study is to examine the direct and indirect impact of negative informational influence on consumer attitude toward e-commerce acceptance. We seek to prove that negative information about an e-vendor is composed largely of unfavorable reviews regarding product quality, product price, vendor’s after-sales service, and vendor’s trustworthiness, and not only has a direct effect on consumers’ attitude toward the acceptance of that e-vendor, but also has an indirect effect on such attitude via their detrimental beliefs of perceived product quality, perceived price, perceived after-sales service, and consumer trust in vendor. Detailed findings and implications for academics and practitioners are presented
EL COMPORTAMIENTO AGRESIVO Y ALGUNAS CARACTERSTICAS A MODIFICAR EN LOS NIOS Y NIAS published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Jos William Martnez, Adriana Duque Franco Introduction: The highest aggressive level in human being shows up at the age of two or three years old. This behavior decreases with the family and school socialization. In some cases when they go to school for the first time it can improve, though. Children still continuously aggressive at the age of ten, are related with difficult life conditions, school drop out, early sexual life beginning, alcohol consuming and difficulties to graduate. There are evidences which show how aggressive children lives can change through out modifying their aggressiveness level. Methods: This assignment is a systematic revision of literature compiled through data bases, proquest, hinari, science direct, ovid. Conclusions: Aggressive behavior is a characteristic that can be identified and changed to guarantee a better life condition of school children.
Agenda Setting Role of Hindi Dailies on Womens Issues: Comparative Analysis published in

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Dr. G. K. Sahu, Shah Alam The gender biasness is a matter of serious concern. Media is considered to be one of the most effective tools in the contemporary world has to take all such gender issues and matters in front of the masses. The paper makes an attempt to estimate the agenda of news media on womens issues and its gender sensitivity in covering those stories. In order to ascertain the media agenda on women two national mainstream Hindi dailies, Amar Ujala and Dainik Jagran were purposively chosen and analysed their contents related to womens issues over a period of one month and also assessed their gender sensitivity in presenting news by applying framing analysis technique.
DESIGNING OF RECTANGULAR WINDOW BASED FIR FILTER FOR CUTOFF FREQUENCY CALCULATION IN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gaurav Jain*, R. P. Narwaria In this paper, we have designed the digital filter based on rectangular Window function using ANN. Firstly we have designed the 10th order digital filter based on rectangular Window function then calculate the coefficient of designed filter.We have normalized the frequency and designed filter at frequency ranges 0. 03 to 0.99 Hz. Then we calculated the coefficients of filter at these different frequencies. Some data group of coefficients is used to train the neural network, designed using generalized regression algorithm and rest data are used to test the input to ne ural network. The output corresponding to test input is approximate equal to frequency corresponding to calculated coefficients using FDA tool. The optimization of this neural network model has been done using generalized regression algorithm.
FINANCIAL EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS IN ISLAMIC BANKS: TURKEY AND MALAYSIA MODELS published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Ismail Yildirim This study uses Data Envelopment Analysis for the efficiency measurements while using the Malmquist Total Factor Productivity Index in order to measure the total factor productivity change. This study involves 4 Islamic banks operating in Turkey and 13 Islamic banks operating in Malaysia. Half of these Islamic banks operating in Turkey and Malaysia meet the technical productivity (CCR) value. In other words, half of these Islamic banks are able to use their Total Assets and Total Equities efficiently. It was found that the Technical Efficiency Change (EFFCH) value of the Islamic banks was never recorded above 1 for any time period. It was found that the Islamic Banks are unlikely to reach the production limit.
Effect of Different Approach of Endurance Training on Selected Biomotor Ability of College Basketball Players published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. RAJESH KARTHI, Dr. S. KRISHNAKANTHAN The aim of the study was to find out the effect of different approach of endurance training on selected biomotor ability of college basketball players. To achieve the purpose of the study 30 college basketball players from various colleges in Chennai how have regularly practicing were selected as subjects. The selected subjects were assigned into two experimental and a control group consist of ten in each group. The training models were used for 16 weeks in sessions conducted 3 times a week during 90 minutes each. The specific endurance training and general endurance training were selected as training protocol. The control group did not undergo any specific training apart from the daily routine. The biomotor variables such as speed and explosive power were tested by using 50 m dash and Sarjent jump on before and immediately after the training programme. The collected datas were statistically examined by using ANCOVA further the scheffes post hoc test was applied to know the paired mean difference if any. The result shows that the specific endurance training and general endurance training were shows significant improvement of biomotor ability.
IMPACT OF CLINICAL PHARMACIST ON PHARMACEUTICAL CARE AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PSORIASIS VULGARIS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bala Murali Mohan. S1, Naresh. T*1, Krishna Kanth. T1, Parimalakrishnan. S1, Kaviarasan.PK2 Background:Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory and proliferative condition of the skin which has a significant negative impact on QoL.Objectives:The aim of the study is to assess the impact of psoriasis on QoL, clinical outcome and cost of illness.Materials and Methods:It was a non-invasive observational prospective study conducted in a 1400 bedded multi-speciality tertiary care teaching hospital at Chidambaram, South India for 6 months. Totally 48 patients were observed by using WHOQoL questionnaire for assessing the QoL, Psoriasis Area Severity Index (PASI) for severity of disease, Becks anxiety and depression scales for estimating the psychiatric condition of the patient.Results:In our study, majority belongs to the age group of 51-60 years (26.78%). The mean age of patients was 47.6813.83 in males and 40.6212.67 in females. From PASI, the most exposed area was lower limbs (92.85%). 57.14% of the patients were farmers. The patients were more with very low anxiety (73%) and only 2 out of 48 patients were suffering from severe depression.Two follow-ups were performed in our study, the mean scores were calculated which gradually increased from base line to follow up, this states that QoL was increased after counselling and particularly in females.The QoL was increased more in the age group of 41-50. The QoL was decreased as the no.of drugs prescribed were increased and as the duration of the disease increased. In our study, the direct cost (53.90%) was more than indirect cost (46.10%). Conclusion:Counselling plays an important role in the patients QoL, as the results clearly shown an increment in the QoL of patients after counselling. The involvement of healthcare workers had significantly improved the QoL of patients. Therefore from this study a significant impact of clinical pharmacist on QoL was observed.
THE DURATION OF CHANGE OF PRESSURE IN THE CHAMBER MILKING CUP published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vitaliy Anatolyevich Grinchenko The article describes the period of operation of the milking apparatus, considered from the point of view of change of pressure in the chamber milking cup. Describes previous research in this area and proposes laws to determine the duration of the process of change of pressure in the chamber milking cup.
Loving Creator, His Creation and Evil in Indian Philosophy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Buddhadev Mandal All existing religions and philosophical schools have accepted that the world was created by some super natural being or God. He is loving creator. But why in this world man has to face so much suffering? Why living beings are facing pain, sorrow, and suffering or so called Evil.
Effect of mineral admixtures on the properties of mass concrete - A review published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Muhammad Ejaz Shabab, Khan Shahzada, Muhammad Ashraf, Muhammad Fahad This study addresses the various aspects of massive concrete construction and one of the major problems associated with such type of concreting i.e. thermal cracking. A detailed review has been presented on the mitigation strategies of various researchers in controlling the problem of thermal cracking and temperature gradients caused during massive concrete structures. The mineral substitution techniques used in current day research have been qualitatively assessed and a better judgement has been proposed while utilizing the capabilities of such mineral substitutions. The experimental techniques adopted to investigate the thermal gradients established within massive concrete members have also been reviewed and a synopsis is presented. The behaviour of mineral admixtures with respect to their dosages in mass concrete specimen has been critically looked upon and the variation in the performances in establishing respective temperature thresholds are analysed. Moreover, the beneficial role of various mineral substitutions in controlling the cracking propensity of the concrete structures have been put forward by presenting a real-time case scenario for adaptation in future research studies in addressing the cracking behaviour of mass concrete specimen. Adiabatic temperature rise, rate of adiabatic temperature rise and the cracking temperatures in mass concrete specimen have been selected as primary point of research interest and the dosage rates of mineral admixtures kept as the variable while addressing the behavioural characteristics of crack generation and existence of steep temperature gradients.
Doctrine of Pleasure (Article 310 and 311) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Madhushri Sharma The study contains the concept of provisions of Doctrine of pleasure Article 310 and 311 of Indian Constitution. Researcher has described with context to rule of England. Article 310 states that member of the Defence Services or the Civil Servants of the Union or of All-India Services hold office during the pleasure of the President and member of the State Services hold office during the pleasure of the Governor. But the rule is qualified with word "except or "expressly provided by the constitution". Article 311 provides some restrictions to the doctrine of pleasure. Researcher has also mentioned some relevant cases regarding doctrine of pleasure. Article 311 also gives safeguard to civil servants for protecting their rights so that nobody can do injustice with them. The "˜Pleasure Doctrine"™ is a principle of the common law, the origins of which may be tracked back to the development of the concept in the United Kingdom. Similar provisions have been included in the Constitution of India to protect the interest of civil servants along with the protection of national security and public interest. The power to dismiss a Government servant at pleasure is subject to only those exceptions which are specified in the Constitution itself. It must be ensured that civil servants can"™t make mockery of law if they are guilty and it is precisely for that reason, that the continued use of Doctrine of Pleasure is required in India. The study has used secondary data from research papers, monographs, theses, popular articles, and newspapers. Doctrine of pleasure does not allowed anybody to make scoff of the law if civil servant is guilty then he will be punished for the same. Madhushri Sharma"Doctrine of Pleasure (Article 310 and 311)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17140.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17140/doctrine-of-pleasure-article-310-and-311/madhushri-sharma
EFFECT OF NITROGIN AND PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZERS ON GROWTH PAMAMETERS WITH DETERMINATION THE TOTAL PHENOLIC CONTENT OF NETTLE (URTICA DIOCIU L.)PLANT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Ibrahim S. Abaas Obiective: This study was designed to evaluation the effect of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on growth parameters and determination the phenolic content of nettle leaves. Methods : The field experiment was included six treatments without fertiliziers (No,Po) as Control, (N0 ,P120), (N30,P0) ,(N30 ,P120), (N90,P0) and (N90,P120).At the end of experiment the samples were randomly collected from middle rows of each plot. Results :The Result were referred to both nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers have Significant effect on all growth parameters at (N90, P120) Kg ha-1 levels .Al so the results were referred to highest values of total phenolic content were obtained at (N30,P120 ) and (N90, P120) treatments. Conclusion: The conclusion of this study was revealed the presence of total phenolic content as important constituents of nettle plant .From this study the results and discussion were referred to importance of Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer on growth parameters with active compounds of Nettle plants.
Palliative Care for Cancer: A Public Health Challenge in India published in

Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Shrikant Atreya* and Purushottam A Giri Palliative care is an emerging discipline worldwide which focuses on improving the quality of life of patients with chronic life threatening condition like cancer. Globally, palliative care is sparsely distributed in developing countries including India where the need is immense. While there is extensive coverage of this issue in palliative care literature, there is limited coverage in public health literature, which suggests that the challenges of palliative care have not been generally recognized as a priority in public health. The present article will embark upon various challenges and solutions for implementing palliative care in the country. By considering this discipline in the fi eld of public health literature, it is hoped to raise awareness and stimulate thoughts among public health professionals and health policy makers. In addition to this, a model based on preexisting research has been proposed, that will facilitate palliative care services to be delivered through the existing health care system, which will not only be accessible to the needy in remote parts of the country, but also at a cost the community and country can afford.
OPTIMIZATION OF CARBIDE BALL NOSE END MILL PROFILE ANGLES IN MACHINING INCONEL 718 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ghasem Esmati, Behrooz Arezoo* Cutting tools nearly make up 30% of all the manufacturing cost. Modeling and simulation of machining is essential for improving and increasing efficiency of the process. Inconel 718 alloy which is an iron-nickel based superalloy is widely used in rocket engines, turbine blades, molds and extrusion containers. The flute profile is the main part in the milling cutting tool body and has an important effect on the tool life and machining quality in milling processes. The flute profile includes rake, relief, helix and pitch angles. The conventional way of flute design, is based on trial and error which is costly and time consuming. In this article, the geometry of milling tool to obtain optimal angles which result in minimum force in machining of Inconel 718 are investigated. The design of experiments is carried out with Taguchi method and the analysis in Abaqus software for different cutting conditions with different spindle speed, feed rate, axial and radial depth of cut and profile geometries including rake angle, helix angle and relief angle. A6
TITLE: 16S rRNA: A RELIABLE MITOCHONDRIAL GENE FOR DNA AMPLIFICATION FROM OLD AND FRAGMENTED SAMPLES OF FORENSICALLY IMPORTANT BLOW FLIES (DIPTERA: CALLIPHORIDAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Naina Khullar and Devinder Singh* Thousands of dried pinned insect specimens lying in various museums await their documentation in the molecular data base. The need of the hour is to molecularly analyze the extensive forsaken insect collections stacked in these museums. 16S rRNA holds a crucial role in the mRNA translation and remained highly conserved throughout the evolutionary process. As a matter of fact, it is a more reliable gene to infer phylogeny, as it is thought to be present in early forms of life. Being a mitochondrial gene, it also configures valuable traits like maternal inheritance, rare recombination and greater number of copies of mitochondria makes its extraction more certain. Museum samples belonging to four species of Calliphoridae were used for the present study and good amount of DNA was extracted. Amplification with 16S rRNA primer gave very clean bands, thus souping up the importance of 16S rRNA gene for species identification.
Aplikasi Pembelajaran Do'a Harian untuk Anak Usia Dini Berbasis Android published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Bodi Santoso, Okky Pebriyani Mempelajari doa harian merupakan salah satu kegiatan pembelajaran anak pada usia dini. Seperti kita ketahui ada berbagai macam buku pembelajaran mengenai doa harian, namun isi dari buku tersebut tidak bersifat interaktif dan menarik. Untuk membangkitkan motivasi minat belajar anak usia dini terhadap doa harian perlu dikembangkan suatu metode pembelajaran yang menarik dimanapun dan kapanpun mereka berada tanpa harus membawa buku tentang doa harian atau tidak harus menghabiskan banyak waktu berdiam diri di depan sebuah laptop dan personal komputer. Untuk mengatasi masalah tersebut, maka perlu diadakan perbaikan pada sistem yang sedang berjalan dengan membuat aplikasi pembelajaran doa harian untuk anak usia dini yang diharapkan dapat mendukung proses pembelajaran. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah SDLC (system developmen life cyele). Beberapa tahapan dalam metode ini adalah analisis perancangan sistem dan implementasi. Pada penelitian ini dibuat suatu sistem aplikasi berbasis android, sehingga tujuan dari pembuatan sistem ini adalah pembelajaran doa harian menjadi lebih efektif dan menarik. Hasil penelitian ini berupa aplikasi pembelajaran doa harian untuk anak usia dini pada smartphon berbasis Android yang menyajikan doa harian dalam bentuk elemen teks, gambar dan suara yang dapat menarik perhatian anak - anak. Pada aplikasi ini juga terdapat kuis tentang doa harian anak yaitu kuis pilihan ganda dan kuis tebak gambar.
Krushi Karyo Sambandhi Nirnayprakriya(Decision Making) me gramin Mahilao ki bhagidari published in

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Sunita Beniwal -
PROS & CONS OF MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE APPENDICITIS CONVENTIONAL OPEN METHOD V/S LAPAROSCOPIC PROCEDURE-PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 250 CASES published in

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Dr. Md Jeelani, Dr. S. Vijaya Shankar, Dr. V. Surekha Laparoscopic appendisectomy is gaining the popularity day by day due to its numerous advantages compared to conventional open method. Though the open method was the gold standard before introduction of Laparoscopic method which was 1st described in 1983. This study was aimed to compare Laparoscopic with open appendisectomy and ascertain the benefit in the overall management of appendicitis.
MONITORING OF RAILWAY BOGIES AND PREVENTING ACCIDENTS USING ARM7TDMI AND CAN PROTOCOLS published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Siddu S Kadiwal?, Dr. C. Gurudas Nayak?, Shobha Kadiwal?, Gururaj Kadiwal? This project proposes the new idea to continuously monitor the railway bogie ,Each bogie has electronic control unit which is connected sensors and all ECU are interconnected through can protocol bus ,here temperature is mainly monitored ,if fire accidents is occurred then emergency exits are opened and sprinkler will be on ,and accident is notified to main railway driver. Here the air condition in ac bogies is continuously monitored and controlled.
Development and nutrition composition of functional products prepared using fresh Kulfa (Portulaca oleracea) leaves published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VANDANA VERMA, A.R. KUMAR AND ALKA GUPTA Micronutrient malnutrition poses a serious threat to the health of vulnerable groups of population. Kulfa, as an important medicinal plant, high in nutritional value and rich in micronutrient was selected for the study. Products namely, Poha, Raita and Paratha were prepared. Organoleptic properties of products were judged by nine point hedonic scale. Proximate composition, mineral and vitamin content of products were analyzed.
SOME PROBLEMS OF RESEARCH OF HANDICRAFTS BRANCHES OF GANJA OF THE END OF XIX FIRST HALF OF XX CENTURIES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov In a life of the population of Ganja the role of craft products was great during XIX-XX centuries. In this scientific work the main moments of historic-ethnographical importance of development of the main traditional branches of craftsmanship of Ganja for the first time has been systematic investigated on the basis of innovative technologies and facts. Also were researched the basic skill characteristics of different wares of these traditional handicraft branches.
Studies on protein profile of some medicinally important species of Apocyanaceae family using SDS-PAGE published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
A. John De Britto*, P. Benjamin Jeya Rathna Kumar and D.Herin Sheeba Gracelin Present study was undertaken to analyze the protein profiles of some medicinally important species of Apocyanaceae family using SDS?PAGE. Total leaf proteins were extracted and separated on 10% polycrylamide gels using standard protocols. Protein fragments of various molecular weights were separated in all selected species. The molecular weight of the protein bands were calculated using standard curve method. Protein bands were scored for similarity index studies. The dendrogram was constructed based on this similarity index table using NTSYS? PC software.
LEAF ANATOMY STUDY OF BILBERRY (Vaccinium korinchense Ridl.) AT ALTITUDE GRADIENT ON THE TALANG MOUNTAIN published in

Jurnal Metamorfosa, Journal of Biological Sciences

Published by Master of Biology of Udayana University
Alponsin Tesri Maideliza Zozy Aneloi Noli The study about leaf anatomy of Bilberry (Vaccinium korinchense RILD.) at altitude gradient on the Talang Mountain has been carried out in October to December 2015. The goal research is to compared that leaf thick tissues Bilbellry at altitude gradient. The sample were collected at Talang Mountain. The research used survey method and purpossive sampling with five altitude gradient (2200-2529 meter above sea level). Leaf section was maked at the Plant Structures developments Laboratory, Department Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Andalas University. Data analysis used Kruskal-Wallis test. The results showed that leaf thickness, palisade and spongy thickness various between altitudes is sequentially 434-685 ?m, 183-322 ?m and 175-283 ?m . While epidermis thickness and cuticle thickness did not differ significantly between altitudes.
Ornamental Fishes of East Kolkata Wetland, West Bengal, India published in

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PawlinVasanthi Joseph East Kolkata Wetlands (EKW) is popular not only for the food fishes but there are available a numbers of ornamental fishes. A total of 41 ornamental fish species recorded from the EKW. These ornamental fish represents 21 families under 10 orders. Family Cyprinidae is represents by a maximum of 12 numbers of species followed byChannidae (4), Mastacembelidae (3), Ambassidae (2), Bagridae(2) Claridae(2) and Osphronemidae (2). At the same time family Anabantidae,Aplocheilidae, Badidae, Belonidae, Cobitidae, Gobiidae, Mugilidae, Nandidae, Notopteridae, Ophichthidae,Schilbeidae, Siluridae, Synbranchidae, and Tetraodontidae are represents by single species each. Out of 41 indigenous ornamental fish species, 24 are rare, 12 are sporadic and rests 05 are common. From conservation point of view, the EKW is found to harbour 1 endangered species and 7 vulnerable, 12 Low Risk-near threatened and 12 Low Risk least concern ornamental fish species as per CAMP (1998) 'status' with 'report'.
ISSUES IN KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY FROM MEDICAL DATABASES? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.Kathirvel? Increasing use of computer results in an exposition of information, making data mining an important research topic. Data mining in medical has a great potential for exploring the hidden patterns in the data set of medical domain. Thus there is a way to automatically discover knowledge of the data if the data is uncovered. Data mining is referred to as knowledge discovery in databases (KDD) can be defined as non trivial process of identifying valid, novel potential, useful and ultimately understandable patterns in data. These patterns can be effectively utilized for medical diagnosis. By collecting the raw data widely distributed, heterogeneous in nature and voluminous organize them and integrate to form a hospital management system. Finally by using the technique of data mining here we identify few areas of Medicare where data mining technique can be applied to Medicare database for Knowledge discovery.
DIABETIC WOUND HEALING MANAGEMENT- A PEER REVIEW published in

Mintage journal of pharmaceutical and medical sciences

Published by Mintage Journals
Harshavardhan Pathapati, T.E. Gopala Krishna Murthy, B. Ramanaiah, Davu Srinivas Objectives: Diabetes is a metabolic disorder mainly impairs the body glucose utilization capacity due to this perforcely repressing the immuno-dysfunction (decreases chemotaxis, phagocytosis and intracellular killing actions) and collagen synthesis which are essential in wound debridement management of diabetic patients. Delayed wound healing is considered as one of the most repulsive disabling and costly complication of diabetes. People with diabetes have extenuated circulation, poor resistance to infection and mitigate local nutrition, thus their wounds are meticulously susceptible to infection. Moreover diabetes agonizes the equilibrium exists between accumulation of extra-cellular matrix components and their re-modeling by matrix metallo-proteinases (meltrin), due to this extenuated proliferation action of fibroblasts and finally freezes the progress of wound healing frequency in hyper glycemics. However in diabetic persons the nervous system becomes numb and all feasible actions of neurons are skipped, that condition is called as diabetic neuropathy. In that situation patient body features elevated a glucose level which stiffens the arteries and lack of pain sensation in foot resulting in commencement of new wounds. Conclusion: Consider all problems associated with wound healing in diabetic persons, a proper wound healing management which includes controlling measures like optimized systemic and local factors as well as implement suitable wound dressing for necessary wound in diabeties patients.
AN STUDY OF SIMILARITY MEASUREMENT BETWEEN PHISHING AND LEGITIMATE WEBSITES USING BAYESIAN CLASSIFICATION AND ITS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Dr. Rajendra Gupta Safe web browsing and feeding confidential information into websites require the use of protected and secured websites. For the web security, a number of anti-phishing tools have been proposed which provide web user with a dynamic system of warning and protection against potential phishing attacks. Earlier study shows that there is no anti-phishing tool gives satisfactory result in identifying the phishing web pages. For the solution of this problem, in this paper a Bayesian classification approach is proposed to identify the phishing websites. Bayesian filter require two datasets in their approach; one is legitimate website details and second thing is phishing website parameters. A large set of legitimate transactional websites are needed in the study because the set of websites mostly resembles just like phishing websites and the filter must have numerous examples of legitimate transactional websites to achieve a low false positive rate. With the use of Bayesian Classification, some prominent results obtained by selecting phishing indicators.
A STUDY OF THE STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF ACADEMIC STRESS DUE TO THEIR PARENTS ABOUT THEIR STUDIES. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
B. P. Singh The present study is concerned with the study of studen ts perception of academic stress due to their parents about their studies. Researcher prepared a self made questionnaire of 35 questions in English medium and it was administered to 200 students selected from Government and private schools including both male and female students. t test was used to find out the significant difference. Product Moment Correlation was used to find out correlation between academic stress and parents expectation . It was concluded that there is high significant relationship be tween Academic stress and parents expectation towards their well being. S imilarly it was found out that there is significant difference between the students perception of academic stress among government and private male and female students.
Evaluation of cases of Goiter admitted over period of one year which were admitted in our hospita published in

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DR RAJESH N SHUKLA, The purpose of study is to evaluate the various aspect of thyroid swelling --- Age/sex distribution comparing with clinical diagnosis with help of Ultrasonography,FNAC,HPR studies, detect incidence of vocal cord involvement, study post op complication-immediate or late.
MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR USES: A STUDY OF TWELVE SACRED GROVES IN CUDDALORE AND VILLUPURAM DISTRICTS, TAMIL NADU, INDIA published in

International Education and Research Journal

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S. Karthik,Subramanian,S. Ravikumar,R. Dhamotharan Sacred groves are a small area of forest protected by the local people. It is one of the rich biodiversity spots wherein rare plants, animals and medicinal plants are established in the reserved forest. The local people believe that the spirits of their ancestors are present in the grove. This is one of the major reasons why the groves have been left in undisturbed condition. For ethnomedicinal documentation study, there are about twelve sacred groves were selected from the Cuddalore and Villupuram districts. The study sites are Dhanam (DM), Edaicheruvi (EI), Konalavadi (KI), Kuthanur (KR), M.Parur (MR), Murarbad (MD), Pallavadi (PI), Siruvambur (SR), Udaiyanachi (UI), V.Palaiyam (VM), Veerapaiyangaram (VIM) and Visalur (VR) (Fig.1). There are about 89 plant species belonging to 83 genera and 49 families were enumerated. The plants include herbs 32, trees 25, lianas 12, climbers and shrubs are each 10 plant species are documented. The details of the plants and their uses were collected from the local vaidyas. A few plants worth to mentioned here and they are: Alangium salviifolium, Amaranthus viridis, Azadirachta indica, Carmona retusa, Diospyros melanoxylon, Jasminum auriculatum Ocimum tenuiflorum Peltophorum pterocarpum and Wrightia tinctoria. These plants are the most commonly collected plants from the sacred groves. The plant parts mostly used for the treatment is the leaves (37 plant species, 42 %), roots (13 plant species, 13%), whole plants (12plant species, 13%) fruits (7plant species, 8%), seeds (5 plant species, 6%), latex (4 plant species, 4%) barks and gum (3 plant species, 3%), flowers (2 plant species, 2%), and tubers (2 plant species, 2%). In this paper, I have made an attempt to explore some of the plants used for traditional uses.
Synthesis, characterization and Thermodynamic studies of some organometallic complexes of bidentate Schiff- bases having N- and S- donor system published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Basavaraj M. Kalshetty1*, T.P.Giraddi1, R.T.Pattar1, Ramesh.S. Gani2and M.B.Kalashetti3. The coordination complexes of metal ions like Cu(II), Zn(II), Ni(II), Co(II), Cd(II) with the Schiff base ligands LH2 have been synthesized at pH= 3-4, pH= 8-9 and pH= 10-11. The synthesized complexes have been characterized on the basis of elemental analysis, molar mass, spectroscopic studies including IR, NMR-spectra and thermodynamic parameters. Hence, the study reveals that the parent compounds A.B.C involved the donor groups COOH, -OH, SH, and Nitrogen atom. The ligand LH2 in metal complexes (Scheme 3 and Scheme 7) behaves as a monobasic bidantate OO- donor at pH=3-4 , suggesting the non-involvement of Sulphur and Nitrogen atoms present in 4-Amino-3-ethyl-5-mercapto-Triazole (AEMT). At pH=8-9 the ligand LH2 behaves as a dibasic tridentate OOS- donor (Scheme 4) suggesting the non-involvement of Nitrogen atom of (AEMT) in the metal complex compounds, sulphur makes coordination with metal ion first rather than Nitrogen atom. Because, of its electronic configuration. At pH= 8-9 the ligand with Copper metal ion also behaves as a dibasic tridentate OOS- donor, suggesting non-involvement of Nitrogen atom (Scheme 5) in the complex compound. The ligand LH2 behaves as dibasic tetra dentate OOSN- donor at pH=10-11, suggesting the coordination of (AEMT) Nitrogen atom and sulphur atom to the metal ions in the complex compounds.
A REVIEW ON CONCEPT OF WIRELESS SENSOR BASED MONITORING OF WATER DISRTIBUTION SYSTEM published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sagar. V. Nimavat. , Mahendrasingh Gadhavi, V. S. Nimavat Water distribution systems present a significant challenge for structural monitoring. They comprise a complex network of pipelines buried underground that are relatively inaccessible. Maintaining the integrity of these networks is vital for providing clean drinking water to the general public. There is a need for in-situ, on-line monitoring of water distribution systems in order to facilitate efficient management and operation. An approach of wireless sensor network application to do real time data collection at the water supply sources such as water tanks, valves/outlets and etc., to obtain proper required parameters measuring to optimize water resources management. This concept helps to detect and localize pipe failures soon after they occur, and pre-emptively identify hotspot, or areas of the distribution network that are more likely to be susceptible to structural failure.Major technical challenges of the system are sensor selection and control over wireless networks may arise and for that appropriate algorithms are adopted based on system design requirement.
Posulating The Structural Civic Policy Negotiations of Community Higher Education Initiatives in Kerala published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prof K M Vishnu Namboodiri The study primarily focuses on the avenue of understanding the relationship that existed between the state machinery and the communities that ventured into the sphere of higher education, the Human factors that determine the fate of communalization of Politics and Rapid advancement of education in the state of Travancore also the dynamic role of private agencies, especially the Christian missionaries who had intensified their educational activities in the state. ¢ How power structures in the Higher Education Sector of Kerala had its genesis and emerged? ¢ How were these different groups of the Higher education sector placed during the different regimes, that of Princely State of Travancore, the Travancore-Cochin state, and of the first EMS ministry? ¢ How can the efficacy and vitality of higher educational reforms and policies till that of 1959 be looked at? Prof K M Vishnu Namboodiri"Posulating The Structural Civic Policy Negotiations of Community Higher Education Initiatives in Kerala" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14312.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/history/14312/posulating-the-structural-civic-policy-negotiations-of-community-higher-education-initiatives-in-kerala/prof-k-m-vishnu-namboodiri
A Questionnaire Survey: Knowledge in Upper Airway Infections among General Practitioners in Malaysia published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Boon Han Kevin Ng*, Ing Ping Tang, Elizabeth Yenn Lynn Lim, Abu Bakar Zulkifl ee and Prepageran Narayanan Background: Upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) cases are one of the most frequently seen cases in the primary care setting. The causative agents are either bacteria or virus. It is not easy to differentiate among them. In term of treatment for both conditions, certain principles of treatment are advised to be followed. Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitude and experience of General Practitioners (GPs) on upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) as well as on antibiotics usage. Methods and Materials: In a six months nationwide prospective study, 152 Malaysian GPs participated by answering a questionnaire relating to views on common clinical presentations of upper airway infections, management of disease and the usage of antibiotics. The results from the questionnaire were tabulated and analyzed with SPSS version 22. Results: 67.8% of the participants were from the private sector while the rest were from the government sector. One participant has a postgraduate in family medicine while the remaining have a basic undergraduate degree. In upper airway infections clinical presentation, 61% were able to answer the questionnaire correctly. Around 50 % will wait and assess the symptoms for about 3 – 5 days before starting antibiotics with the penicillin group as the fi rst choice of antibiotics. We also note that 75% of participants adhere to the guidelines for antibiotics prescription. Conclusions: The knowledge and management of upper airway infections are adequate among the GPs in Malaysia. It can however be improved for the benefi t of patients.
INTERPRETATIVE POTENTIAL OF THE SECONDARY REPRODUCTION OF A TEXT CONTENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatiana Grigorievna Nozdrina The article is devoted to the generation of a derivative text. Thereupon models of the speech production and procedures of a derivative text generation are analyzed, their interaction with the speech information processing and reflection is described. The author concludes that a characteristic feature of derivative texts is the multiplicity of interpretations. Creative nature of the text interpretation depends on communicative task and language competence of the recipient.
The Elements of Post Colonialism and Cultural Hybridity in David Maloufs Remembering Babylon: A Study published in

American Research Journal of English and Literature

Published by American Research Journals
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Debata The present paper wants to decipher that from a post-colonial perspective; Remembering Babylon is a pessimistic assessment of the colonial project; a lament for the missed opportunities which is a meeting of disparate cultures that could provide for humanity. Gemmys double personality can make a cultural harmony between the aborigines and the whites. But neither the aborigines nor the whites accept Gemmys identity. Hence it has led to a breakdown of cultural harmony. Thus, the novel can be regarded as participating in the struggle between settler culture and First Nations people.
Prevalence of Chronic Kidney Disease and the Incidence of Acute Kidney Injury in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease in Vidarbh region of Maharashtra published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Prasad Potdukhe, Dr. Pranay Gandhi, Dr. Snehal Potdukhe Background: To determine the prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) demonstrated on coronary angiography. Materials and Methods: Totally, 125 patients admitted to a tertiary hospital in Vidarbh region of Maharashtra with CAD were included in the study. Results: 49 out of 125 (39.2%) were found to have underlying CKD. 69% (34) of these CKD patients developed AKI. 21 out of 34 patients who developed AKI required hemodialysis. Conclusion: Our study concludes that there is a very high prevalence of CKD (39.2%) in patients with CAD and AKI is a very important complication (38.4%) in these patients.
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ASIA: ANALYSIS FOR ADVANCED ECONOMIES, EMERGING MARKETS & DEVELOPING ECONOMIES. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Riska Dwi Astuti, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Implemetation of Kanban published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Makarand Prabhakar Lehekar | Prof. Mangesh Urne Kanban is a scheduling system for lean and just-in-time (JIT) production. Kanban is a system to control the logistical chain from a production point of view. Kanban was developed by Taiichi Ohno, at Toyota, to find a system to improve and maintain a high level of production. Kanban is one method through which JIT is achieved.Kanban became an effective tool in support of running a production system as a whole, and it proved to be an excellent way for promoting improvement. Problem areas were highlighted by reducing the number of kanban in circulation. Makarand Prabhakar Lehekar | Prof. Mangesh Urne"Implemetation of Kanban" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd4616.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/other/4616/implemetation-of-kanban/makarand-prabhakar-lehekar
ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF NEW TRITERPENOID SAPONIN FROM THE STEMS OF ALBIZIA LEBBECK WILD. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nidhi Asati and R.N.Yadava* A new triterpenoid saponin compound 1 m.p. 264-266oC, m.f. C47H76O16 , [M] + m/z 896 has been isolated from the methanolic extract of the stems of the plant along with known compound Oleanolic acid acetate by various colour reactions, chemical degradation and spectral analysis.The structure of new compound 1 was characterized as 3-O-[?-L-rhamnopyranosyl-(1 4)]-?-Dxylopyranosyl Oleanolic acid 28-O-?-D-glucopyranosyl ester.
Real time Processor for the Authentication of Affected Herbal Medicinal Leaves Using Image Processing Techniques- Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Debjyoti Guha | Hari Vishnu | Mr. L. Jegan Antony Marcilin | Mrs. T. Vijayashree In biological sciences, herbal plants play a vital role in medicinal purpose. Identifying the leaf with unaffected leaves is more important nowadays. The leaves get affected due to many diseases like Phragmidium meuronatum, Cercospora jasmicola, Oidium tingitanium, Cephaleuros virescens. This paper focuses on the study and identification of unaffected leaves based on automated leaf recognition system. The proposed system uses image processing technique for image segmentation and feature extraction. The dataset includes 100 leaves of 10 different species. The leaves are compared with the database and the based on the threshold value the affected leaves are determined. The texture and color parameters are taken for disease authentication using image processing algorithm. Then it is fed into the real time processor Raspberry pi processor for which anywhere it can be used. The main use of Raspberry Pi is to make the system more user friendly. It uses four USB port and a real time camera which captures the image and feeds in the system. This work is more applicable in the field of agriculture and pharmaceutical industries. Debjyoti Guha | Hari Vishnu | Mr. L. Jegan Antony Marcilin | Mrs. T. Vijayashree "Real time Processor for the Authentication of Affected Herbal Medicinal Leaves Using Image Processing Techniques- Review" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | Active Galaxy , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14545.pdf
A Data Hiding Technique published in

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Prof. Ravi S. Shrivas, Gayatri Manikrao Gore Steganography is the art of hiding information and an effort to conceal the existence of the embedded information. It serves as a better way of securing message than cryptography which only conceals the content of the message not the existence of the message. Original message is being hidden within a carrier such that the changes so occurred in the carrier are not observable. Steganography is a useful tool that allows covert transmission of information over the communication channel. Combining secret image with the carrier image gives the hidden image. The hidden image is difficult to detect without retrieval. This method can be used for announcing a secret message in public place. It increased the level of information security with a wide use of its techniques. It would be very useful and provide a better platform for the beginners who want to work in steganography. By analyzing the existing techniques more new techniques can be developed.
Mining Human Movement Patterns for Big Data for Healthcare Applications in Smart Home published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ishwaramma | Mohamed Rafi Nowadays, there is an ever-increasing migration of people to urban areas. Health care services are one of the most challenging aspects that is greatly affected by the vast influx of people to city centers. Consequently, cities around the world are investing heavily in digital transformation in an effort to provide healthier ecosystem for people. In this paper, we propose a model that utilizes smart home big data as a means of learning and discovering human activity patterns for health care applications. We propose the use of frequent pattern mining, cluster analysis and prediction to measure and analyze energy usage changes sparked by occupants behavior. Ishwaramma | Mohamed Rafi"Mining Human Movement Patterns for Big Data for Healthcare Applications in Smart Home" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11700.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11700/mining-human-movement-patterns-for-big-data-for-healthcare-applications-in-smart-home/ishwaramma
Pancreatitis, Pannicultis, Polyarthritis- A Rare Triad! published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Vaibhav Patil*, Uday Sanglodkar, Mayank Jain, Joy Varghese and Venkataraman Jayanthi A 51 year - old – male, consuming alcohol almost 180 ml/ day for 20 years was admitted elsewhere with vomiting for 10 days, reduced urine output for 5 days and severe epigastric pain radiating to back for 3 days. In the next 3 days he developed fever alongside with pain, swelling and redness of the lower extremities, jaundice and breathlessness on exertion.
A study of adsorption isotherms for the removal of herbicide Atlantis WG from aqueous solutions by using Bentonite clay published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Muna S. Sando* The subject of this research involves studying adsorption to removal herbicide Atlantis WG from aqueous solutions by bentonite clay. The equilibrium concentration have been determined spectra photometry by using UV-Vis spectrophotometer. The experimental equilibrium sorption data were analyzed by two widely, Langmuir and Freundlish isotherm models. The Langmuir model gave a better fit than Freundlich model The adsorption amount of (Atlantis WG) increased when the temperature and pH decreased. The thermodynamic parameters like ?G, ?H, and ?S have been calculated from the effect of temperature on adsorption process, is exothermic. The kinetic of adsorption process was studied depending on Lagergren ,Morris ? Weber and Rauschenberg equations.
Knowledge on prevention and promotion of child health among ASHA workers in Imphal west district: a cross sectional study published in

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Swaruprani Devi A, Nalo J, Sanayaima Devi H Background: ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) can play an important role in identifying child morbidity at the earliest & improving their health status. The objective of this study to determine the knowledge of ASHA Workers regarding preventive and promotive aspects of child health (under five years of age) and to assess the association between knowledge regarding child health with selected variable of interest. Methods: Type of study: Cross-sectional study, Study setting: Imphal West District, Sample size: 137 ASHA workers, Sampling: Simple random sampling, Data collection: Face to face interview schedule using semi-structured questionnaire. Chi- square test was used for analysis and P value of <0.05 was taken as significant. Results: Mean age of the participants was 36yrs 4. Majority (43%) received high school education. One ASHA was unmarried. Majority of them (64.7%) were in service for 7-9 yrs, 120 (87.6%) received training 6-8 times. 109 (79.5%) ASHA workers had adequate knowledge & 28 (20.5%) had inadequate knowledge. Knowledge is significantly higher among higher age group and service. Conclusion: About 3/4th (79.5%) of ASHA workers had adequate knowledge regarding Prevention and Promotion of child health. 3/4th of them had adequate knowledge regarding Feeding Practices (75.5%), Acute Respiratory Infection (75.9%) and Malnutrition (72.1%), but it was not up to the standard about pre-lacteal feed and home care management. About 1/2 of them had adequate knowledge of Immunization (53.6%) and Diarrhea (65.5%) but only few of them know about signs & symptoms of dehydration. The findings of this study highlight the need for continuous education programmes to improve knowledge about child health.
تقويم الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية الواردة في كتب التربية الإسلامية لصفوف الحلقة الأولى في الأردن published in

Al-Quds Open University Journal for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. أيمن محمد عمرو, د. فريال محمد أبو عواد هدفت هذه الدراسة إلى تقويم الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية الواردة في كتب التربية الإسلامية للصفوف الأول والثاني والثالث الأساسي في الأردن، فقد تم استخدام بطاقة تحليل للأنشطة التكوينية والختامية مكونة من تسعة مجالات رئيسية يتفرع عن كل مجال منها عدد من المستويات الفرعية، وقد بلغ عدد الأنشطة التكوينية والختامية التي تم تحليلها للصف الأول (240) نشاطاً، وللثاني (251) نشاطاً، وللثالث (136) نشاطاً. وقد أسفرت الدراسة عن عدد من النتائج، منها: أن النواتج التي ينميها النشاط كانت في غالبيتها تقع في المجالين المعرفي والمهاري، في حين كانت أقل النتاجات التي تنميها الأنشطة هي النواتج التي تقع في الجانب الوجداني الانفعالي، وكانت التعليمات مناسبة في غالبية الأنشطة، ومن حيث طبيعة النشاط فقد كانت غالبية الأنشطة يغلب عليها الطابع الفردي. وفيما يتعلق بتأثير اختلاف المستوى الصفي في الخصائص الفنية للأنشطة التكوينية والختامية فقد تبين استقلالية توزيع التكرارات لمستويات جميع الجوانب باستثناء الجانب المتعلق بملاءمة النشاط لمستوى الصف، مما يشير إلى وجود ارتباط بين هذه الجوانب ومتغير الصف، وتوصي الدراسة بالاهتمام بتنويع مجالات الأنشطة والتركيز على المجال الانفعالي، وإيجاد أنشطة إبداعية وجديدة.
DYSPEPSIA MANAGEMENT AND REFERRAL FOR ENDOSCOPY IN FAMILY MEDICINE OUTPATIENTS IN EASTERN PART OF HOSPITAL IN NEPAL published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Pramod Kumar Sarraf*, Bidhya Gupta, Ravi Shankar Gupta, Rama Shanker Sinha Introduction: The group of conditions collectively termed “Dyspepsia” is the cause of much morbidity and significant mortality in Nepal. In the Family Medicine Outpatient Department around 10% of total cases seen are suffering from dyspepsia. Doctors manag e dyspeptic symptoms but the situation could be improved if doctors agreed to follow a standard protocol such as that proposed by WHO, or the guidelines produced by various national working parties of gastroenterologists and family practitioners.The idea b ehind the proposed study was to implement an internationally accepted guideline for management of dyspepsia in the Family Medicine Outpatient’s Department. Objectives: 1. To record the presence of particular clinical features in cases of dyspepsia presenti ng to Family Medicine Outpatients. 2. To measure the effectiveness of the use of an evidence - based clinical algorithm to improve the standard of referrals for endoscopy. 3. To note the outcome of endoscopy in relation to the appropriateness of the referral Materials and Methods: Plan of Action was preformed. Everyday Family Medicine OPD was visited to explain and to collect the survey forms. A one hour educational session was given to the group of doctors working in the Family Medicine OPD. A laminated copy of the algorithm was placed in Family Medicine OPD. The second survey (post - education ) of dyspepsia was started and completed.The researcher visited the outpatients department on a daily basis to collect survey forms and to encourage doctors to use the a lgorithm. Results: There were 38 referrals (38%) to the endoscopist in the pre - education group of 100. After the education session and implementation of the protocol, there were 46 referrals (46%). In the pre - education group, out of 37 referred cases, 77% had positive findings in the pre - education group and 94% in the post - education group. Conclusion: Dyspepsia is a common presentation in the outpatient setting, representing significant morbidity that is usually not serious, but includes some cases that may lead to death through ulcerative complications or because of rare cases of malignancy. The use of a clinical guidelines together with education and reminder visits have been shown to be effective in improving doctor performance in the management of dyspep sia.
USING OF TEACHING E-LERNING TOOLS IN TEACHING HISTORY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Aigul Zhorabekovna Tulegenova; Nazira Izbastyyevna Yessimkhanova In the given article the urgency and the efficiency of use of electronic textbooks in teaching History are considered as the priority direction to modernizations of the modern Kazakhstan education.
Influence of The Blocking Coefficient of Differential Upon The Motor-Vehicle Delay Without Motion During Turn And Longitudinal Road Slope published in

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Stoyan Georgiev Georgiev The influence of magnitude of blocking coefficient of differential upon the motor-vehicle delay possibility without motion during turn and longitudinal road slope without another means of stopping and delay is discussed in this article. The case of motor-vehicle with wheel formula 4x2, rear axle and front driving wheels is considered.
TRAINING SOSIAL BERBASIS TEKNOLOGI DALAM KASUS BULLYING published in

Jurnal Sosial Humaniora

Published by LPPM ITS
Ni Gusti Made Rai, Ni Wayan Suarmini This paper describe the bullying phenomenona and its alternative efforts to prevent it. Bullying is a form of negative behavior which is done subconsciously and repeatedly to his/her victim physically or non-physically. Weary and uncomfortable victims’ feelings elevate the domination and superiority of the bully. By an ecology approach, which involving microsystem, ecosystem. and microsystem, it is expected to recognize a prevention action which is more effective and comprehensive. Also, it needs a wider involvement and a thorough control from the community. The training that’s based on technology social is expected to be able to bridge the gap from the challenge given. Technology was not only viewed as a source of the problems, but can beused as a benefitted platform to develop and groom more pro-social behavior.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SEVOFLURANE AND PROPOFOL IN ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
2Dr. Khatija Dalvani, 1Dr. Chetna A. Jadeja*, 2Dr. Khyati Vaghela, 2Dr. Urmi Dave, 2Dr. Pratik Doshi and 2Dr. Vandana Parmar Background: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is commonly used for treatment of depression, mania, affective disorder etc. Sodium thiopentone is commonly used for anaesthetic management of ECT. Recovery profile of propofol is faster compared to thiopentone. Sevoflurane produces rapid and smooth induction and is rapidly eliminated for ease of recovery. Therefore, we compared sevoflurane with propofol with aim to know acceptability and recovery profile of both the agents for ECT. Materials and Methods: A total of 100 patients scheduled for ECT were randomly divided into Propofol (P) group and Sevoflurane (S) group of 50 each. Group-P patients received Inj. Propofol 1mg/kg i.v. and inj.succinyl choline 0.5 mg/kg i.v. Group-S patients received Sevoflurane 8%, followed by Sevoflurane 2% after loss of eye lash reflex and inj. succinyl choline 0.5 mg/kg was administered i.v. Onset of action, seizure duration, recovery profile , hemodynamics and side effects were noted. Results: Hemodynamics were comparable in both the groups. Seizure duration was 396.14sec in Group P, compared to 30.327.31sec in Group S and difference was statistically highly significant (p <0.0001). Recovery was assessed with time of following verbal command which was 343.4263.77sec in Group P compared to 367.2837.30sec in Group S and was statistically significant (p<0.05), suggesting faster recovery with propofol compared tosevoflurane. Conclusions: Sevoflurane may offer an alternative anaesthetic induction agent for ECT especially when venous access is problematic from dehydration, agitation, disorientation, confusion or patients' intolerance to venepuncture. Both sevoflurane and propofol are acceptable for management of ECT. Propofol induction was associated with better recovery profile.
Study on Buildup the Properties of R.C.C. Structures against Fire published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Amul Singh Fire remains one of the serious potential risks to most buildings and structures. Since concrete is widely used in construction, research on fire resistance of concrete becomes more and more important. Many researchers all over the world have done some researches on this subject. The mechanical properties of all common building materials decrease with elevation of temperature. The behavior of a reinforced concrete structure in fire conditions is governed by the properties of the constituent materials, concrete, and steel, at high temperature. Both concrete and steel undergo considerable change in their strength, physical properties, and stiffness by the effects of heating, and some of these changes are not recoverable after subsequent cooling. The mechanical properties of steel deteriorate by heat during fires, and the yield strength of conventional steel at 600-°C is less than 1/3 of the specified yield strength at room temperature. Therefore, conventional steels normally require fire-resistant coating to be applied. The temperature increase in the steel member is governed by the principles of heat transfer. Consequently, it must be recognized that the temperature of the steel member(s) will not usually be the same as the fire temperature in a compartment or in the exterior flame plume. Protected steel will experience a much slower temperature rise during a fire exposure than unprotected steel. Also, fire effect on steel member is influenced with its distance from the center of the fire, and if more ventilation occurs near the steel in a fuel-controlled condition, wherein the ventilation helps to cool the steel by dissipating heat to the surrounding environment. Even once a protracted amount, the interior temperature of concrete remains comparatively low; this allows it to retain structural capability and hearth shielding properties as a separating part. Amul Singh"Study on Buildup the Properties of R.C.C. Structures against Fire" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11575.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/11575/study-on-buildup-the-properties-of-rcc-structures-against-fire/amul-singh
ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN THE MEDICAL SETTING: BALANCING TEACHING STYLES, LEARNING STYLES AND TEACHING METHODS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gupta Dharmender* and Gupta Amrita To evaluate the existing teaching methods in pharmacology viz. classes using overhead projector and transparencies chalk n talk, and PowerPoint presentations based on questionnaire designed and provided to second year medical students at a medical college. They were asked to fill the questionnaire and to evaluate different teaching methods used in pharmacology and also they were free to make suggestions and write their own opinion. The results were compared to find out the best method for understanding the subject according to students opinion as per the subjective assessment of the teaching methods, students liked PowerPoint presentations the most. Many students also suggested use of chalk n talk for explaining the topic & use of PowerPoint presentations for explaining diagrams & flowcharts. According to students opinion, the best method for understanding and retaining the subject is PowerPoint presentations in combination with the traditional chalk n talk method.
Awareness of Women on Child Care Practices in Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
N. Rajendra Prasad, Dr. G. Dhanasekaran Health seeking behaviour of parents for the child is influenced by a large number of factors apart from knowledge and awareness. Objective: To study the awareness level of women on child care practices in Gulf of Mannar, Tamil Nadu. Materials and methods: The study was conducted in 54 coastal villages with 500 respondents selected randomly. Descriptive research design was used for the study. Interview schedule was used for data collection. Major findings: Nearly two third of the respondents (65.2%) belongs to Hindu religion and one third belong to Christianity (34.8%). Majority of the respondents (87.4%) are literate. A majority of them are literate (87.4%), unemployed (80.4%) and living in nuclear family (90.4%). 6.2% of women are aware of initiating breast feeding within 30 minutes. Majority of them are aware of Diarrhoea and ARI. The treatment taken was less in proportion: i.e 16% for diarrhoea and 18% for ARI. Private hospital is the major source of treatment. Conclusion: It is suggested to generate awareness to women and family members and sensitise the women and community to generate demand for treatment of these diseases. The Govt should take efforts to improve the quality of services at Govt health facilities.
Educational Growth and Women Education published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. ERICHARLA RAJU, Prof .B. SAMBASIVA RAO Every country develops its system of education to express and promote its unique social-cultural identity and also to meet the challenges of the times.The indigenous system of education in India is based on Hindu and Islamic orientation. Later English system of education was developed with the legacy of Britishers to serve the commercial cum political interests of Britishers. Female literacy is considered to be a more sensitive index of social development compared to overall literacy rates. Female literacy is negatively related with fertility rates, population growth rates, infant and child mortality rates and shows a positive association with female age at marriage, life expectancy, participation in modern sectors of the economy, and above all, female enrolment. Female literacy rate has grown from 8 per cent in 1951 to 39 per cent in 1991. Rural-urban and inter-group disparities were sharp. The rural-urban divide was the sharpest amongst females. Urban females were twice as well off in literacy as compared to their rural counterparts. Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) females were at the bottom of the heap. India began its journey towards the goal of universal and free basic education little more than 6 decades ago with the Indian Constitution stating, The State shall endeavour to provide, within a period of ten years from the commencement of this Constitution, for free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of fourteen years. After the attainment of independence, there has been a much more rapid expansion in the field of higher education.This paper attempts to studyis t o examine the Women Education in India, Growth of Educational Institutions, Percentage of Womens Enrolment to Total Enrolment According to Faculties: 1950-51 to 1965-66 and Enrolment of Women in the Universities and Colleges: 1950-51 to 2000-01.
DYNAMICS OF ETHNIC CONFLICTS IN TURKEY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF PROBLEMS published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Guler Kalay In the second half of the twenties of the last century in the Republic of Turkey is a modernization of all structures on the basis of standardization. As a matter of principle Turkish nationalism was under the influence of the French and German nationalism. R.H. Abdulatipov defines that ethno-political conflict as a clash of differences and contradictions of interests, attitudes, especially in perception, interpretation and participation in socio-economic and political processes; their reflection in the field of ethnonational relations, use differences in this area to solve political problems. In Turkey, there are many ethnic groups and among them the most numerous are the Kurds. Ethno-political Kurdish rebellion has begun in the last century and was directed against the centralized State. Other countries provoked Kurdish issue as an ethno-political conflict, so the Turkish authorities believe that the Kurdish issue is an economic and social problem that can be solved with the help of reforms. Ethno-political conflict between Kurds and Turks continued during the Cold War. And at this time, radical nationalism became friendly with state nationalism on the basis of the struggle of communism and the Soviet Union after the collapse of the two movements separated again. The main requirement was to create Kurdish autonomy. Famous Turkish historian Kemal Karpat argues that the ethnic extant problems in Turkey in consequence of Turkish nationalism in the multicultural society. Other ethnopolitical conflict in Turkey is related to religion. Speaking of ethno-political conflicts, it should be noted that their base might lie on conflicts between religious sects of Islam. In particular, one of the conflicts is to confront Sunni and Alevi. Sunni is a recognized state religion in Turkey. That is why, from the perspective of Sunni, Alevi religion does not conform to Islam.
Attitude of LIC Policyholders with Special Reference to Pollachi Taluk published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. Amsaveni, B. Indiarpriyadharshini India is an agricultural country. The earnings of many of our people are not enough for their livelihood. So they are unable to make investments in savings. They give priority to their food, medical attention and education. They think of savings for the future. The main aim of the most of the investors is to gain tax relief. So many people lack knowledge of the necessity of insurance. The life insurance industry has come a long way since independence, and Indian consumers till recently had been dealing with only one life insurance player the Life Insurance Corportaion (LIC) in the public sector. After the liberalization of the insurance sector, more than a dozen companies have entered the business. These new insurance companies started operating from metros and urban areas. As a result the urban population got more attention and it led to good insurance penetration in urban areas as compared to rural markets. Hence, the rural people didnt have a chance to learn about insurance. This study attempts to assess the awareness of insurance in Pollachi Taluk in Tamil Nadu and the level of investment. Sample of 100 policyholders were taken for the study. The data required for the study is collected through questionnaires and analyzed using Simple Percentage Analysis and Chi-Square test. The study pointed out attitude of policyholders towards the LIC in Pollachi Taluk.
FMCG PLBs Becoming Profits Powerhouses on Store Shelves of Organized Retailers: A Study in Ahmedabad Region published in

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Mrs. Arnaz Bhatporia Objective & Scope of Study: To identify FMCG PLBs key parameters leading to organized retailers competitive advantage & to come up with findings & suggestions to widen the scope of organized retailers on account of FMCG PLBs. Research Methodology: Research methodology deployed for research work is collection of primary data through survey of 384 consumers, 128 consumers each from Big Bazaar, Star Bazaar & Reliance Fresh Ahmedabad based retail outlet supported by available secondary data. Sampling method: Systematic random sampling method is used for collection of data & the sample size is calculated using the formula N= 2 2 (1 ) E Z p ? p Findings: It is analyzed through this study that FMCG PLBs has potential for resolving commonly faced challenges by retailers & greater balance of price & quality, innovation & enhanced in-store experience can be provided through them.
Study of Opportunistic Intestinal Parasitic Infections in Stool of Hiv Seropositive Patients ot A Tertiary Care Hospital n India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Desai Kairavi J, Dr Malek Saklainhaider S, Dr Purohit Payal H Introduction: This study was meant to determine the prevalence of intestinal opportunistic parasites with or without diarrhea in stool of HIV sero-positive patients and to study age and sex in relation with the parasite isolated. Material & Methods: Stool samples from 90 HIV positive patients were collected at Microbiology Laboratory, Sir Takhtasinhnji Hospital, Bhavnagar and examined for enteric parasites by wet mount ( saline wet mount, iodine wet mount, LPCB wet mount ) and stained smear preparation by modified ZN stain. Results: Out of 90 seropositive patients of HIV, 60 patients were found to be positive for opportunistic parasitic infections. The higher percentage of parasitic infection was found in adults. The maximum numbers found were of Cryptosporidium followed by Cyclospora, Microspora, Isospora and Giardia lamblia. Conclusion: A regular screening program is mandatory for HIV positive patients for opportunistic parasitic infection in form of routine stool examination.
Experimental Study of Mechanical Strength of the Iron Mixed Concrete published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
A. Malliha Rational use of highly dispersed metal waste is an important issue of material science and environment protection. The quantity of the powdered metallic materials used in industry is steadily increasing they are especially widely used in the enterprises producing iron powders, in metal sheet production, as well as in abrasive machining. This paper presents an analysis of several kinds of metal waste such as iron and steel powders, mill scales, steel punching, metal shavings and other iron-containing waste from mechanical engineering and metallurgy industries, and the possibility of their use in the manufacturing of concrete products like fillers. This study investigates properties of the samples of the concrete manufactured using highly dispersed metallic fillers. The highest density obtained is in the range of 4000 - 4500 kg m3. The common characteristics of the aforementioned materials are their low cost, availability and thus the potential for large production volumes, need for recycling, and tendency to further oxidation and corrosion. A. Malliha "Experimental Study of Mechanical Strength of the Iron Mixed Concrete" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18568.pdf
An Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal, Ornamental, Agricultural and Wild Plants in Maruthuvambadi Village, Tiruvannamalai District, Tamilnadu, India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vijayaraj, R | Jaquline Chinna Rani, I. Ethnobotanical survey and documentation of medicinal, field grown, ornamental, and wild plants were carried out in and around Maruthuvambadi village, Tiruvannamalai district, Tamilnadu. This study aimed to identify plants collected for medicinal and other purposes by the local people of the village. A total of 250 plant species were observed in this study. These plant species, belonging to 70 families with 199 genuses are listed in alphabetical order with family and vernacular name. As a result of global warming, pollution and deforestation some precious plants are coming under endangered list so the information obtained from this simple survey will be beneficial to the upcoming generations of this village in identifying the medicinally valuable plants. Vijayaraj, R | Jaquline Chinna Rani, I."An Ethnobotanical Survey of Medicinal, Ornamental, Agricultural and Wild Plants in Maruthuvambadi Village, Tiruvannamalai District, Tamilnadu, India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9420.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/9420/an-ethnobotanical-survey-of-medicinal-ornamental-agricultural-and-wild-plants-in-maruthuvambadi-village-tiruvannamalai-district-tamilnadu-india/vijayaraj-r
A Study of the Financial Performance of Essar Oil Limited Based on Profitability and Liquidity Ratios published in

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Dr. Brijesh S. Patel Profit is an essential part of a business. Every stakeholder of a company takes keen interest to know the financial soundness and profitability of the company. To analyze financial performance of the company, the data for five years from 2009-10 to 013-14 have been considered for the study. The data has been analyzed by using selected profitability and liquidity ratios. From the analysis, it has been concluded that the financial performance of Essar Oil Limited is not stable. Moreover it has been found that the financial position of this company is not good in light of profitability and liquidity ratios.
Synthesis Characterization and Microbial Screening of 2-(4-Chlorophenyl-1, 3, 4-Oxadiazolyl)-5-thio-4- (Cyclohexylamino)-6-(arylamino)-S-triazine published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Kokila A. Parmar*, Sarju N. Prajapati and Chetan J. Vasava A new series of 2-(4-Chlorophenyl-1,3,4-Oxadiazolyl)-5-thio-4- (Cyclohexylamino)-6-(arylamino)-S-triazine have been synthesized. The novel compounds structure has established based on their substituted aryl amine derivatives. All the compounds were characterized by FT-IR, and 1H-NMR spectroscopy as well as elemental analysis. These new compounds were evaluated for their in vitro antibacterial activity.
A Class of compact operators on homogeneous spaces published in

Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis

Published by University of Maragheh
Fatemah Esmaeelzadeh, Rajab Ali Kamyabi Gol, Reihaneh Raisi Tousi Let ? be a representation of the homogeneous space G/H, where G be a locally compact group and H be a compact subgroup of G. For an admissible wavelet ? for ? and ??Lp(G/H), 1?p
Cultural Disability in Nigerian Society published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Michael Eskay, Joshua, E. Umeifekwem, Kay C. Onyechi The concept of Cultural disability has been investigated from various cultural perspectives across the globe. The authors explored how services and how specific support networks have been provided to people with disability in Nigerian Society. Both developed and developing societies have had to deal with unique challenges in monitoring services for people with disability regardless of the geographical location; financial resources, accountability, and adequate staffing are primary problems to the delivery of services to the disabled. Prospects and challenges facing people with disability make for policy reforms and advancements in special education in Nigerian Society.
RELATIONSHIP OF BODY WEIGHT WITH LINEAR BODY MEASUREMENTS IN THREE COLOUR VARIETIES OF BENGAL GOATS published in

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N.K. TUDU, S.K. PYNE, N. GHOSH The present research work was done in Nadia district of West Bengal during January, 2010 to December, 2013. Positive and significant correlation coefficients were observed between body weight and linear body measurements with the exception of a few cases in all the three colour varieties of Bengal goats. There was a high correlation between body weight and body length, height at withers and chest girth in all the three colour varieties of Bengal goats especially at the age group of 6, 9, and 12 months, indicating that body weight and these three traits tended to move together and measurements of any one of these three traits or in combinations may be used to estimate the body weight at a particular age. From the present study it can be concluded that body weight can be predicted using body measurements considering the correlation coefficients in three colour varieties of Bengal goats reared under village condition.
Contemporary Relevance of Buddha Philosophy published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. E. Ravi Kumar India has given to the world, religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Religion has helped considerably to create and sustain the higher values of human conduct and character.
SIMULTANEOUS BILATERAL INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR BY THE LICHTENSTEIN TECHNIQUE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Dr. Rajesh Narayan Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, Vardhman Institute of Medical Sciences Pawapuri, Aryabhatta Knowledge University, Patna Bihar, India Approximately 75% of all abdominal wall hernias are seen in the groin.Recurrences have been a significant problem following hernia repair. Prosthetic materials have been increasingly used in hernia repair to prevent recurrences. The present study analyzes the results ofsimultaneous bilateral inguinal hernia repair by the Lichtenstein technique.
GENETICALLY OPTIMIZED PRECODED ALAMOUTI SCHEME FOR WIRELESS BODY AREA NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harsha Chawda*1 & Deepti Rai The WBANs find their use in wide variety of fields starting from medical to sports to military. However the main concern for WBANs is their energy efficiency that in turn illustrates the network longevity. This paper is focused towards a cooperative diversity-based wireless body area network (WBAN) by using Alamouti’s spacetime block code (STBC) with rotational precoding scheme along with Max-Min and Harmonic Mean relay selection procedure. Additionally, the Genetic Algorithm (GA) is also used for the optimization of PrecodedAlamouti scheme which shows satisfactory results. The proposed WBAN model is served for healthcare service in order to mitigate the undesired effects of WBAN due to high path loss and fading as well as to keep a low transmit power while meeting to the desired WBAN quality of services. Bit Error Rate (BER) performance is compared for proposed approaches having BPSK and QPSK modulation techniques.
An Analytical Study on Present Status of Age-Sex Structure of Nepal published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
BASANTA DHAKAL The primary aim of this paper is to analyze the status of age-sex composition of current population of Nepal on the basis of urban/rural area, ecological belt and development zone. It also tries to compare the demographic indicators of current population with previous censuses. Data are taken from National Population and Housing Census 2011 and Statistical Year Book Nepal 2011. This study finds that the age dependency ratio and child-women ratio are 67.17 and 393.89 respectively in the current population in the country. Similarly, the median age and sex ratio are 21.76 year and 94.16 respectively. This study expects that the findings of this paper may facilitate the planners and decision makers to formulate the population policies and programs for the nation.
An Informational Search for Review through Data Analytics published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Preetha A. S | Swathi K | Jeya Selvi C | Elangovan G Spreading of large unstructured information generated by social networks provide useful results to the effective recommender. However, the high volume of reviews that are typically published for a single product makes harder for individuals as well as manufacturers to locate the best reviews and understand the true underlying quality of a product. This paper suggests an approach to identify product opportunities from customer reviews in social media. Our approach explores to identify multiple reviews and get processed by sentimental analysis. These extracted data may contain positive and negative sentimental reviews. The recommended product can be visible to all the users who are present in network. The sentimental words get ordered based on priority. With the help of this, the user can get the best product by comparing it with other products. Sentimental analysis plays an important role to decide a product and both the users and manufacturers get benefit through this. Preetha A. S | Swathi K | Jeya Selvi C | Elangovan G"An Informational Search for Review through Data Analytics" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15770.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/15770/an-informational-search-for-review-through-data-analytics/preetha-a-s
DATA LEAKAGE CULPRIT DETECTION USING ENCRYPTION TECHNIQUES published in

International Education and Research Journal

Published by
Akshay Kulkarni, Ashwini Wangate, Nischal Kamble, Priyanka Chinchole Data leakage is a big challenge as critical organizational data should be protected from unauthorized access. Data leakage is defined as the distribution of private or sensitive data to unauthorized entity accidentally or unintentionally [1]. Sensitive data of companies and organizations includes intellectual property (IP), financial information, patient information, personal credit-card data, and other information depending on the business and the industry. This increases the risk of confidential information falling into unauthorized hands. Whether caused by malicious intent, or an inadvertent mistake, by an insider or outsider, exposed sensitive information can seriously hurt an organization. It is very hard for any system administrator to trace out the data leaker among the system users. It creates a lot many ethical issues in the working environment of the office. In the recent years internet technologies has become the backbone of any business organization. These organizations use this facility to improve their efficiency by transferring data from one location to another. But, there are number of threats in transferring critical organizational data as any culprit employee may public this data. This problem is known as data leakage problem. In the proposed work, we are suggesting a model for data leakage problem. In this model, our aim is to identify the culprit who has leaked the critical organizational data.
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF FLY ASH AND BED ASH SILO FOR THERMAL POWER PLANT STRUCTURES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dharani.K * , Jeyakumar.D Silos are the commonly used storage structures in production industries such as cement factories, power plant structures etc. When a Silo is used in the Thermal power plant structures it should be capable of storing ashes with high temperature. When compared to the Steel Silos, performances of RC Silos are better due to its easy construction and maintenance. In this thesis design and analysis of Fly ash and Bed ash Silo for thermal power plant structures was carried out with the sequence of preparation of plan, calculation of loads & load combinations, analysis using STAAD PRO and design as per Indian Standards. The height and diameter of two Silos are different and they are connected by a staircase.
Sensory Neural Hearing Loss Following Snake Bite - A Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
V Jaya, S.S. Vignesh People in rural India are a vulnerable group for snake bites. Only few case studies on hearing loss following snake bite are reported in the literature. We are reporting the case of a 29 year old male, with hearing loss following Krait snake bite in right glunttal region. He was diagnosed as snake bite with delayed presentation of symptoms at toxicology department. The audiological evaluation was carried out to identify degree, type of hearing loss and site of lesion.Puretone audiometry showed bilateral moderate sensory neural hearing loss. Thediagnosis was confirmed with Immitance,. Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions, Click evoked auditory brainstem response testing. From these results, it is evident that the snake bite victim has cochlear hearing loss. This could be due to the venom carried away from the wound by the lymphatics and then is circulated by the bloodstream throughout the body
Long Run Relationship between Capital Market and Banking Sector-A Cointegration on Federal Bank published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
A. Anjali and K.T. Thomachan This paper examines the long run relationship between the capital market and banking sector. India has a large investment contribution in capital market. It is vital to the functioning of an economy. The object of the study is to analyze the long run relationship between the stock price of federal bank and composite price of capital market represented by NIFTY. The data used for the purpose is secondary source. An empirical investigation is carried out using daily data of ten years ranging from 1st January 2005 to 31th December 2014. The data used in the present study have been taken from the official website of National Stock Exchange. The major statistical tools used in the study are Unit Root Test, Granger Causality /Block Exogenity Test, Cointegration analysis, Impulse Response function and Error Variance decomposition using the software E-views. Applying the Dickey Fuller Tests to determine the stationality it has been found that both time series are non stationary. Johnsen Cointegration analysis shows that there is unidirectional movement between NIFTY and Federal Bank index. To further investigate the lead lag relationship between the two by Granger Causality /Block Exogenaty test and to identify the short run relationship impulse response function and variance decomposition is conducted. From the study it is conclude that the effect in the banking sector leads to the movement of banking sector but no vice versa
ORAL SUSTAINED RELEASE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A CONCISE REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kamal Bhatt*, Divya juyal, Shivani kala and Meenakshi mehra Oral drug delivery system is the most preferred any convenient option as the oral route provide maximum active surface area among all drug delivery system. Pharmaceutical reinvention and research are increasingly focusing on delivery system, which enhance desirable therapeutic objectives while minimizing side effect in the recent years, focus on the development of oral controlled release drug delivery system has increased. The principal goal of sustained release dosage form is the improvement of drug therapy assessed by the relationship between advantages and disadvantages of the use of sustained release system. Sustained release dosages forms are designed to release a drug at a predetermined rate by maintaining a constant drug level for a specific period of time with minimum side effect.
ANTIBACTERIAL PREDRUGS-FROM 1899 TILL 2015 published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sabrin Elayyan1, Donia Karaman1, Gennaro Mecca2, Laura Scrano3, Sabino A. Bufo4, Rafik Karaman*1,4 The predrug (prodrug) term involves chemically modified inert compound which upon an administration releases the active parent drug to elicit its pharmacological response within the body. For many years, the predrug strategy has been extensively developed to solve many unwanted drug properties. This approach has several advantages over conventional drug administration and it has the potential to be quite effective method for the treatment of diseases in the future. In this mini-review we describe a number of antibacterial agents predrugs, and the ways by which predrug strategy was exploited to overcome many pharmaceutical and pharmacokinetic problems that the parent active antibacterial drugs suffer from such as, low bioavailability by increasing or decreasing lipophilicity, site selectivity for higher absorption and less toxicity, short duration of action to increase patient compliance, rapid metabolism to increase oral bioavailability and masking bitter sensation which is crucial for geriatric and pediatric patient compliance.
Synthesis of bicyclic oxepanes: an enantioselective approach to the western part of Shaagrockol C published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Boudjema Menhour*, Paul Aclinou and Jean-Pierre Pete In this paper, we wish to report an efficient and flexible synthetic strategy towards the synthesis of Shaagrockol C. The strategy involves the construction of a bicyclic oxepane which possess several chiral centres. Such system is present in some complex natural products.
Elizabethkingia Meningoseptica: A Rare Pathogen Causing Community Acquired Septicemia in a Neonate. published in

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Neha Shah, S. Basireddy, Vasanti Kabra We report a rare case of community acquired septicemia in neonate caused by Elizabethkingia meningoseptica (E. meningoseptica). A 26 days old premature male neonate weighing 1.9 kg presented with the history of high grade fever and refusal for feeds for 4 days. The patient was admitted and the blood sample and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) was sent for culture. Patient was put up on ceftriaxone and amikacin. There was no response to the treatment. Sepsis screen was positive and blood culture flashed positive and the organism identified as E. meningoseptica based on various morphological features and biochemical tests. CSF was sterile. Antibiotic susceptibility testing was done. Combination therapy with piperacillin-tazobactam along with vancomycin was started and continued for 14 days. Patient responded and the subsequent blood culture was sterile.
Issues with Reliability of Fuzzy Logic published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Graeme Heald Since 1973, fuzzy logic has been rejected by a majority of linguists as a theory for dealing with vagueness in natural language. However, control engineers apply fuzzy vagueness in natural language to control system problems. A real world example of automatic fan control has shown that i fuzzy logic can be applied ii probability theory can better model the control system iii Boolean algebra with decision processes can also be applied. In addition, a redundancy issue for fuzzy logic has been raised. Moreover, a number of inherent flaws of fuzzy logic from an engineering viewpoint have been identified i fuzzy logic as probability ii fuzzy conjunction iii fuzzy disjunction iv fuzzy inference engine v fuzzy membership function. Fuzzy logic has been found to be an approximate model of probability, however, when viewed as probability fuzzy logical operations of OR and AND provide incorrect responses. Fuzzy inference will also fail when fuzzy logical operations are applied. Some theorists have attempted to fix the flaws of fuzzy logic in a system termed "žCompensatory Fuzzy Logic , but the rules of CFL are ad hoc. As a result of the reliability and robustness concerns in fuzzy systems, safety may be compromised. Graeme Heald "Issues with Reliability of Fuzzy Logic" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18573.pdf
A CRITICAL STUDY OF CHARLES DICKENS AND MARK TWAIN’S ORPHAN HERO published in

Veda's Journal of English Language & Literature(JOELL)

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Sermily Terangpi (Research Scholar, Department Of English,Assam University Diphu Campus.) The study shall attempt to analyse and interpret the orphan hero in the select novels of Charles Dickens and Mark Twain. The orphan character which dominates a considerable space in literature makes a unique literary hero. The orphan character is not just one of the most preferred models but as illustrated by Terri Windling, “The orphaned hero is not, however, a mere fantasy cliché; it’s a mythic archetype, springing from some of the oldest stories of the world.”(Windling, P-1) The archetypical orphan hero occupies a substantial space in literature and the inevitable presence of an orphan as a protagonist which is a representation of reality has many dimensions to explore. The study therefore, shall attempt to analyse and interpret the orphan archetype as a marginalized and a colonized figure.
ANIMACIÓN SOCIOCULTURAL COMO ESTRATEGIA INTEGRADORA ENTRE INSTITUCIÓN EDUCATIVA-DOCENTE Y COMUNIDAD. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
Ayari del Carmen Gelvis González Universidad Nacional Experimental “Rafael María Baralt” ayagel69@hotmail.com Zulia, Venezuela SOCIOCULTURAL ANIMATION AS INTEGRATING STRATEGY BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION-TEACHER AND COMMUNITY. This research was aimed at proposing the sociocultural animation as integrating strategy between the educational institution, school, teachers and community, at the Integral Bolivarian School “El Muro” from Valmore Rodríguez municipality in Zulia state. This investigation is theoretically based on the authors: Carides (2010), Trillas (2012), Henriquez and Paredes (2015). The study was developed through the participatory action research methodology, defined as the main argument for the transformation of the problem, the Elliot G. model (2012) was considered, constituted by action-reflection; and organized by planning-observation for a continuous interaction which establishes a dynamic leading to solve the problems that occur in the daily life of the institution. In order to gather information, the participatory observation technique was applied, using focus group and the problems tree, which allowed identifying the most affected parts of the population, which are interested in participating in the activities. Among the instruments used we find the observation guide, field notes, showing the lack of implementation of values, little sense of belonging, distancing from the community, attributing this to both internal and external factors, for this, the intervention was needed, reaching conclusions, recommendations, and offering proposals for the importance of empowering sociocultural animation as commitments to promote quality education through strategies of transformation of spaces that become real integrating scenarios.
Effect of Price Subsidy on Nutritional Status published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Divya Sharma | Supriya Anand Price subsidy program to enhance the calorie intake has been implemented in many developing countries since nutritional status plays a vital role in the labour productivity thereby affecting economic growth and development. The program fails to have the desired impact on nutrition as observed in India. Studies from other countries however, suggest that price subsidy can be an effective instrument in tackling nutritional deficiency. This literature review tries to address the question: How effective is price subsidy in improving the calorie intake of households? Divya Sharma | Supriya Anand"Effect of Price Subsidy on Nutritional Status" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2358.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/development-economics/2358/effect-of-price-subsidy-on-nutritional-status/divya-sharma
Cardiac Finding in CKD Patient in Geriatric Population published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Bharti T | Dr. Punit G Geriatric population is increasing worldwide due to increased life expectancy. Therefore the present study was conducted to see the cardiac finding in chronic kidney disease CKD in them. Chronic kidney disease CKD patients are highly prone to cardiovascular disease for a number of reasons. At the time of starting renal replacement treatment, their cardiovascular condition is already severely compromised, suggesting that cardiovascular risk factors begin to operate very early in the progression of CKD. Moreover, those patients reaching end-stage renal disease without cardiovascular abnormalities have a high probability of developing de novo cardiovascular disease. This study discusses the microscopic and macroscopic changes in cardiovascular structure, function, protective systems, and problem associated with aging in CKD patients. Bharti T | Dr. Punit G "Cardiac Finding in CKD Patient in Geriatric Population" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18774.pdf
SPORT SUPPLEMENTATION published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Alexand а r Marinkov Sport supplementation is essential for athletes performance and achievements. The well balanced and structured supplementation is a challenge for sport medicine because must be done a balance between potential benefits and potential risks (anti - doping rule violations and others). In this review are structured the most used categori es sport supplementations . Nutritional supplements used in sport could be divided in some main categories like: amino acids, vitamins, proteins and antioxidants. Food supplements used in sport could be also divided in 3 other categories: pre - workout supple mentation (incl. proteins, vitamins), supplementation during workout and post workout recovery supplementation (incl. vitamins, brand chained amino acids ).
DEFINING STRATEGIC TRENDS IN THE INVESTMENT-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SPHERE IN UKRAINE ON THE BASIS OF SWOT-ANALYSIS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Yarovenko Tetianа The subject of the present research is the strategic trends of investment-driven development of educational sphere in Ukraine, through the systemic realization of which it becomes possible to ensure extensive investment attraction and generation at varied levels of educational system. The purpose of the given article: to conduct an analysis of strengths and weaknesses, potential opportunities and pertinent threats to the national educational sphere that serves as a basis for the development of elaborate investment strategy at every level of the sphere in question in the ongoing crisis conditions. Methodology of the conducted research. The paper is carried out through employing analytical and systematic methods of research. Results of the research work. The paper concentrates on defining the strategic directions of investment-driven development of the domestic educational sphere that are set to become the basis of the investment policy both at the national and regional levels of educational management as well as at the level of certain economic entities involved. Sphere of application of the research results: to be used for performing scientific research in respect of modeling the investment-driven development of the education sphere of Ukraine in the crisis events. Conclusions. The results of the conducted SWOT-analysis create certain strategic balance of positive and negative factors (from the view of both internal and external environment) that represents a baseline for defining strategic directions in investment driven development of the national educational sphere and serves as a point of departure for creating competitive advantage at the educational investment market for domestic educational establishments. Results of the research allow systematizing the data necessary for strategic planning of investment processes in the educational sphere extrapolating it to long-term perspective at the same time defining the competitive advantages and formulating strategic priorities.
Optimal Load Scheduling of Thermal Power Plants by Unit Commitment Method published in

International Journal of Engineering Computational Research and Technology (IJECRT)

Published by IJECRT
Surendranatha Reddy M; Hari Babu M In present days, the increase in load demand is enormous and with interconnection of networks it is essential to run the generating stations with in its constraints to meet the load demand optimally and reduce the real power generation cost. A major objective for the thermal power generation is to reduce fuel consumption by scheduling optimal power generation to each unit (economic dispatch) such that each generating unit is within its equality and inequality limitations. The optimum real power generation scheduling plays crucial role in scheduling power of utility power system. Because power saving is prior. For huge multi-unit power station, reasonable unit dispatch is nearly related to the running economy of it. The unit commitment on thermal power economic dispatch has been analyzed in this paper. Primarily unit commitment optimization model which can eliminate frequent starts and stops is done. Then, load scheduling of thermal power plants based on constraint limits to reduce fuel cost is analyzed. The solution methodology includes algorithm for unit commitment method and economic load scheduling of thermal power plants in its constraints. The results are simulated in Mat Lab for 3 generators, 6 generators, 15 generators supplying for certain loads.
Comparison of the Masonry Building Codes Turkish, Euro and USA Building Codes published in

Journal of International Environmental Application & Science

Published by Journal of International Environmental Application & Science
M. Sami Donduren, Omeed Ali The term ‘masonry’ covers a wide range of materials such as clay brick, stone, cellular concrete block and adobe and in turn masonry structures are wall-bearing systems constructed by using such materials, which vary widely in form and mechanical properties. Seismic safety of masonry structures deserves special consideration in view of the fact that a high percentage of the population has been living in such buildings in moderate-to-severe seismic zones of the world. Although most of the life losses during earthquakes have occurred due to collapse of masonry buildings, the efforts to quantify the seismic performance of masonry structures and to increase their performance are still inadequate when compared with the current advances in the area of reinforced concrete (RC) technology and construction. In this study Paper we chose three design codes of buildings in Europe, America and Turkey Code to compare between their codes about ancient masonry building properties we explain their manners and rules that they depend on it during the masonry building design. As the result it seen different manners that belongs to the zone condition of every code. We study three mechanical properties included Materials Strength, Compressive strength and shear force strength. Keywords: Masonry, Building, Code, Earthquake
Load Characteristics of Electric System for Distributing Power on Locality Based Criterion published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
Pawan Kumar Pawan Kumar 4 4 Nov, 2014 10.9756/BIJPSIC.10335 39-43 The major objective of this paper is to determine the load characteristics of electric system for distributing power on locality based criterion. In this paper, determined the way how the value of load transforms when there is an alteration in the value of power coefficients i.e. obtaining the variation of active power by changing the value of Kpv. The variation of Kpv is shown by the variation in proportional value, load profile and voltage profile. The intention of this paper is to show how a constant ZIP model shows variation when more than one such load is linked on a specific node. Owing to the transformation in the Kpv at a particular node there is a transformation in the load at that node. In this paper, it is also revealed how the value of the power coefficients varies by varying the load, voltage etc on that specific node. Since power systems are designed and functioned with less stability margin, the significance of good models and good data increases. Industry standard models assist the validation and certification of simulation software. In this paper, MATLAB software is employed
Attainment in knowledge with reference to minimal processing of vegetables published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
CHARANJEET KAUR ANDRAJDEEP KAUR The study was conducted in four villages of Ludhiana district of Punjab. A sample of 120 respondents comprising of 30 rural women from each selected village who actively participated in vegetable growing were selected for the purpose of study and respondents were divided into 4 groups. The developed module consisting of illustrated pictorial booklet, audio and video cassettes were used to impart training on minimal processing of vegetables to the selected four groups of farm women. The study revealed that demonstration and illustrated pictorial booklet was more effective for imparting education to women followed by video and illustrated pictorial booklet. The findings further indicated that 60 per cent of respondents gained high knowledge through reading of illustrated pictorial booklet and demonstration.
UNSYMMETRICAL FAULT ANALYSIS & PROTECTION OF THE EXISTING POWER SYSTEM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
R. S. Meena & M. K. Lodha Now a days electrical power system is in the process to convert in smart power system with interconnected national and regional grids. Modeling of power system has become a necessary in order to make right decision, check for any potential problems, and fault conditions in large interconnected network. In this paper we shell deal with unsymmetrical faults in a proposed network. In recent year power system engineers shifted protection method from classical methods to digital or numerical protection techniques, in this technique high crunching capability, which has made it possible to design digital filters in real time protection system with smart technologies. Multifunctional relay also installed in modern power system network for protection of transmission line, generator protection, motor protection, real time fault location, protection of busbar and other important equipments. This paper is devoted to abnormal system behaviour under conditions of unsymmetrical fault in power system networks using MATLAB Simulation Techniques.
Mediastinal Tuberculosis Lymphadenitis during Anti-TNF Therapy - Case Report published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

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Bruno Cesar da Silva, Fabio Carneiro Vosqui Nascimento, Sonyara Rauedys Oliveira Lisboa, Eduardo Antonio Gonçalves Ramos, Valdiana Cristina Surlo, Tatiana Senna Galvão Nonato Alves and Genoile Oliveira Santana Tuberculosis is described during the use of monoclonal antibodies against tumour necrosis factor (TNF) for Crohn’s disease treatment. We report a case of a 44 year old man that developed fever, night sweats and weight loss during immunosuppressive and anti-TNF therapy for Crohn’s disease. After extensive investigation we performed mediastinoscopy with biopsy of the paratracheal lymph node. A istopathological study revealed caseous necrosis. The patient improved after therapy against tuberculosis. During anti-TNF therapy, the diagnosis of tuberculosis may be mainly difficult when an atypical location is present. Clinical skills are important mainly in countries where tuberculosis is endemic.
INTRINSIC MOTIVATION VS. EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION: THE APPLICATION OF WPI SCALE IN THE CONTEXT OF PORTUGUESE PUBLIC SECTOR published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Miguel Lira, Victor Paulo Gomes da Silva Much of the literature focusing on the construct of motivation in the public sector feeds the idea that organisational peculiarities of this sector and the individual circumstances of its employees translate into a prevalence of intrinsic motivation and, as a consequence, of the value of intrinsic rewards. However, this assumption has never been scrutinised within the Portuguese public sector; hence, the central goal of this work is, precisely, to offer a contribution to overcome this gap, that is, to provide an answer to the following question: in general terms, what is the predominant type of motivation among Portuguese civil servants: intrinsic motivation or extrinsic motivation?. So as to achieve this goal, we have carried out an empirical study based on the scale The work preference inventory, developed by Amabile, Hill, Hennessey and Tighe (1994). This study involved the survey, through a questionnaire, applied to the non-teaching staff of three public higher education institutions. Although the study, by its nature, is not be generalizable to all Portuguese civil servants, it clearly indicates the prevalence, among these, of intrinsic motivation and, as a consequence, of the value of intrinsic rewards. Yet, not negligible levels of appreciation of extrinsic rewards should be emphasised. This indication has led to a goal of a peripheral nature for the present study: to alert for the possible inadequacy of the performance appraisal system of most Portuguese civil servants, given that this system, in exchange for the performance, only offers extrinsic rewards.
The Challenging Role of Women Empowerment in Rural India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.A.SatishBabu, Mrs. S. SanthaKumari, Mr.ShaikIrshad The study deals with various key issues related to women in rural development in India. In case of traditional societies, women are engaged in routine household activities. In modern societies they are participating almost all sorts of activities like academics, administration, politics, and social work and so on. Rural areas are ultimately marked by poverty and backwardness. Our country is agriculture based one. Major portion of national economic growth is contributed by rural economy. To share in this growth, rural women have to take responsibility of the society. Entrepreneurship is treated as a key for women empowerment mainly in the rural areas. So there is a need of continuous attemptto inspire, motivate, co-operate and encourage women entrepreneurs particularly in rural areas.This paper gives a brief idea about the role of women entrepreneurs in enhancing the economic development of our country, challenges faced by them and also it throws light on the requirements to become rural women as successful entrepreneurs.
Nutrient Content, Phytonutrient Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Sapota Pulp Powder published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Rampriya. R, Vasantha Devi . K. P, Thahirabanu . A Sapota is one of the prominent fruits and belongs to family sapotaceae. India is the largest producer of sapota. In this present study, the proximate composition, and phytochemicals were analysed and antioxidant activity was determined for sapota pulp powder. Sapota fruit were collected from the KVK form, KVK Gandhigram. Sapota pulp was dried in a cabinet drier for a period of 12 hours at 75?C. The dried sapota pulp were powdered and used for the analysis. Results indicate that nutrient composition, phytochemical and antioxidant activity of sapota pulp powder was promosing. It is also a good source of antioxidants. These antioxidants are important in all of our diets, especially in infant diets. Thus sapota fruit can be used as a potent therapeutic agent
Phytochemical Estimation of Selected Brown Seaweeds from Mulloor Coast, Kerala published in

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Hemavijayan P. U, Geena George, Lizzy Mathew Seaweeds are the marine macro algae which play an important role in the marine ecosystem, functions as primary producers and provide food and shelter to various aquatic organisms. From time immemorial marine algae have been considered as a food of delicacy and used as a part of diet.The use of marine algae as food for human, animals and aquaculture purposes is based on their high nutritive value arising from the richness of biochemical constituents such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins and trace elements. Phytochemical estimation provides a good information about the dietary values of seaweeds based on their abundance. In the present study, three brown seaweeds, such as Sargassum wightii, Sargassum cristaefolium and Padina tetrastromatica were selected from Mulloor coastal region of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala to study the biochemical composition. The quantification of the metabolites like Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids were done using standard methods that revealed a high Carbohydrate content compared to protein and lipids. Among the three taxa studied high carbohydrate content was recorded in Sargassum wightii.
A Preliminary Assessment of Water Quality in Nambul River, Manipur, India published in

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Thangjam Gopeshwor Singh, Abhik Gupta Eleven physico-chemical variables of the water of Nambul river were analyzed during the dry and wet seasons of the year 2011. The results reveal that site 2 (Thong Nambonbi) located in the heart of Imphal city was the most polluted site because of the considerable contaminant loads at this site. Compared to this site, the upstream site 1 (Mayang Langjing) and downstream site 3 (Wangoi) were less polluted. Comparatively higher values of EC and inorganic nutrients including chloride, nitrate and phosphate were found at this site during both seasons. Further, the study reveals that dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations in river water is significantly affected by variables such as chloride, nitrate and inorganic phosphate, which exhibit significant negative correlations with DO at p < 0.01.
A VALIDATED RP-HPLC METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF TELMISARTAN AND METOPROLOL IN ITS BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*B. Thapaswini, T. Rammohan Reddy, A. Ajitha, V. Uma Maheswara Rao., 2S. Ramya Sri Present work describes a simple, accurate, precise and reproducible reverse phase High Performance Liquid Chromatographic method for simultaneous estimation of Telmisartan and Metoprolol in bulk and tablet dosage form on C18 (4.6250mm) 5?, with mobile phase comprising of mixture of buffer Methanol: Water adjusted the pH3.5 with OPA (58:42% v/v), at the flow rate 1ml/min. The detection was carried out at 224nm.The retention time for Telmisartan and Metoprolol was found to be 2.09 and 5.08 min. respectively. Detection response for both Telmisartan and Metoprolol were found to be linear low in concentration range of 8-40 ?g/ml and 5-25 ?g/ml respectively in the linearity study, regression equation and coefficient of correlation for Metoprolol and Telmisartan were found to be (y = 7625x +927.0 , r2 =0.9999) and (y = 2922x 1704, r2 = 0.9999). Proposed method was validated for accuracy, precision, linearity, range, ruggedness & robustness.
Knowledge of Diabetic Foot Care among Nursing Practitioners in Rivers State, Nigeria published in

Texila International Journal of Nursing

Published by Texila American University
Lilly-West B. R, Mildred E. John, Clement I Diabetic foot ulcers have led to countless amputations and reduced quality of life among individuals living with diabetes. Specialized diabetic foot care has been shown to reduce the risk of foot ulcers and amputation among diabetics. The study assessed the knowledge of diabetic foot care among 100 nurses in the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital and the Rivers State Hospitals Management Board Hospitals (which include General Hospitals from all the local government areas) in Rivers State, Nigeria. A structured questionnaire containing questions on different aspects of diabetic foot care was interviewer-administered to the nurses and scored accordingly. The results showed that only 34 (34%) had training on diabetic foot care; and most of the nurses who had training had more than 20 years of experience. It was observed that the knowledge of diabetic foot care was significantly higher among nurses with more than 10 years of experience (p = 0.0046). Nurses with less than 10 years of experience had a significantly poor knowledge of diabetic foot care. Knowledge of footwear assessment and assessing the patient’s capacity for self-care was found to be significantly lower among nurses who had no training on diabetes foot care (p = 0.0001). The study shows the urgent need for frequently organized training on diabetic foot care for nursing practitioners to improve the quality of diabetes care in Rivers state, Nigeria. Keywords: Diabetes, Diabetic Foot, Diabetes Foot Care, Nursing Practitioners.
A SCALLING CRITERIA OF FUNDAMENTAL SOI DESIGN DEVICES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ritu Saxena*1 & Ass.Prof. Shiva Bhatnagar The driving force for the semiconductor industry growth has been the elegant scaling nature of CMOS technology. In future CMOS technology generations, supply and threshold voltages will have to continually scale to sustain performance increase, limit energy consumption, control power dissipation, and maintain reliability. These continual scaling requirements on supply and threshold voltages pose several technology and circuit design challenges. One such challenge is the expected increase in threshold voltage variation due to worsening short channel effect. This thesis will address three specific circuit design challenges arising from increased threshold voltage variation and present prospective solutions. First, with supply voltage scaling, control of die-to-die threshold voltage variation becomes critical for maintaining high yield. An analytical model will be developed for existing circuit technique that adaptively biases the body terminal of MOSFET devices to control this threshold voltage variation. Based on this model, recommendations on how to effectively use the technique in future technologies will be presented. Second, with threshold voltage scaling, sub-threshold leakage power is expected to be a significant portion of total power in future CMOS systems. Therefore, it becomes imperative to accurately predict and minimize leakage power of such systems, especially with increasing within-die threshold voltage variation
Measuring the Effect of Non-Disclosure and Non-Reporting of Deviance in Patient Safety Standards published in

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Dr Amit Kumar Pandey, Dr Sanjay Saproo Life is important to everyone irrespective to everything important or very important on this earth, especially irrespective of income or ability to get desired treatment. Apart from this sentiment notion patient safe treatment procedures and methods has become area of concern not only to hospitals, doctors but to the developers of technologies involved in medicine. From the point of view of ethics or morality life is of paramount importance, which is the basis of this health care business. If anything that disturb institution of proper patient safety standards and go unreported is serious and this mystery may cause havoc. This paper is trying to identify and measure effect of this unattended area which may bring considerable change especially in processes and technologies involved in medical procedures. This paper will try to suggest some non-invasive methods of disclosure and reporting to hospitals, doctors, paramedics and developers of technologies.
ASPERGILLUS NIGER Produced Amylase for Bioethanol Production under Solid State Fermentation published in

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Neelam Maurya, Rekha Sirohi, Veeru Prakash The delignified agro residues using 2% NaOH (sugarcane bagasse, potato peel and rice bran) were used for amylase production by Aspergillus niger under solid state fermentation. The highest amylase activity was recorded with rice bran at pH 5.5, temperature 400C and incubation time 120h. Resultant crude enzyme of 5.0 U/ ml was applied for hydrolysis of all pre-treated substrates in 0.1M sodium acetate buffer (pH 4.8) Hydrolysates thus obtained were used for ethanol production by inoculating Saccharomyces cerevisiae, after 48 hr maximum bioethanol was recovered.
FANCONI ANAEMIA: A REVIEW published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Aprajita Bhatnagar* Fanconi anaemia is a rare genetic disorder which leads to bone marrow failure and results in decreased production of all types of blood cells. The frequency of occurrence is greater in SouthAfrican Africaners,sub-saharan blacks, and spanish gypsies than in the overall world population. This rare genetic disease occurs when two people with the recessive gene have children. There is no cure available for falconi anaemia,the treatment for falconi anaemia is symptomatic. Keywords: fanconi anemia,rare genetic disease,growth factors
Presentation of Diabetic Foot: A Study At A Tertiary Care Center published in

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Dr. Elroy Saldanha, Dr. Reshmina C. C. D Souza, Dr. Erel A. I Diaz, Dr. Rithesh Joseph D Rsquo Cunha Background: Diabetes Mellitus is most commonly diagnosed in those over 40 years of age with neuropathy being major cause for diabetic foot complications in India. Here in this study, we intended to find out varied mode of presentation of diabetic foot infections Materials and methods: Prospective study was carried with 200 patients admitted for diabetic foot, clinical examination, radiological and blood investigation was done. Results: 46% of patients were in 46-55 age group with predominantly seen in males (64%) who had history of diabetes for past 25 years with major presentation as gangrene of toes and abscess with 25% and 27% respectively. Discussion: Ulceration, infection, gangrene and followed by lower extremity amputation are complications often encountered in patients with diabetes mellitus. It is difficult to assess the severity of ischemia by history and physical examination and combination of different types of non-invasive laboratory and radiological investigation like duplex ultrasonography may be necessary.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ELETRIPTAN TRANSDERMAL PATCHES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shyam P. Bihade*, Prof. R. G. Katedeshmukh1, Dr. Madhur Kulkarni2 The present work is focused on the development and evaluation of ELETRIPTAN transdermal patches. ELETRIPTAN is used as anti-migraine drug. Matrix types Transdermal Patches were prepared and the technique used is solvent evaporation technique. The transdermal patches were prepared using HPMC K100LV/ K15M grades polymers respectively. A total of 9 formulations were prepared with different quantities of HPMC polymers. These 9 formulations were divided into 3 sets. In 1stset HPMC K100LV polymer 2nd set HPMC K15M and 3rd set combination of HPMC K100LV & K15M. The solvent used for the preparation is water. PEG 400 was used as plasticizer. ELETRIPTAN drug is available in tablet form and its dose is twice a day i.e. 80mg/ day. The main work of this development of new technique is to overcome non compliance of tablet dosage form. This formulation is used for the patients who are suffering from acute migraine attack. The tablet form of drug should be administered twice a day i.e. 40mg at a time so to reduce continuous use of tablet this transdermal patch formulation would help to avoid continuous administration of tablet. The % drug release of the best batch i.e. optimized batch F1 was 86.43%. Transdermal patches of Eletriptan may provide sustained transdermal delivery for prolonged periods in the management of migraine, which can be a good way to bypass the extensive hepatic first-pass metabolism.
Aspirations of Post Graduate Students published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. Shireesha, M.Srikala Aspiration is defined as the desired future state of being with respect to standards of living, social status, marriage and family, education and career. The participation of post graduate students in agricultural education had been constantly increasing since 2001 which reflects the raising interest of students on research in different disciplines of agriculture offered by Central and State Agricultural Universities. The main objective of the research is to study the aspirations of post graduate students. The total sample selected for the study constituted 120 post graduate students belonging to various divisions. The research findings are 58.33 per cent of the post graduate students had aspired to complete Post Graduation only; 58.33 per cent of the post graduate students aspired to do State Public Service; 62.50 per cent of post graduate students have aspired only to raise standard of living of family; 41.67 per cent of the post graduate students have aspirations to prefer as a service provider instead of service man.
Effect of phosphorus, PSB and zinc on content and uptake of isabgol (Plantago ovata Forsk) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G.P. NAROLIA* AND A.C. SHIVRAN An experiment was conducted during Rabi season of 2003-04 to study the effect of phosphorus, PSB and zinc on growth and quality of isabgol. Result revealed that application of phosphorus up to 20 kg P2O5 ha-1, being at par with 30 kg P2O5 ha-1, recorded significantly higher nitrogen uptake by seed and straw and total N uptake, phosphorus concentration in seed and straw, phosphorus uptake by straw, total uptake of phosphorus and zinc uptake by seed and total Zn uptake. The inoculation of seed with PSB significantly enhanced nitrogen concentration in seed, phosphorus concentration in seed and straw, nitrogen, phosphorus and zinc uptake by seed and straw, total uptake of nitrogen phosphorus and zinc concentration in seed uninoculated control. Results revealed that increasing levels of zinc up to 5.0 kg Zn ha-1 significantly increased nitrogen uptake by seed and straw and total N uptake, phosphorus uptake by seed and total uptake of phosphorus, zinc concentration in seed and straw, Zn uptake by seed and straw and total uptake
Methods for Modelling the Water Treatment in Environmental Management Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anna Antonyov Atilde Acirc The contribution presents some mathematical models of the water treatment in the flotation tank. Flotation is one of the methods for clarification the waste water that is specifically contaminated for instance with some oil mixtures or dispersion colorants. The flotation method is highly acceptable for enterprises especially for both its input as well as operating costs. To manage the water recycling, the mathematical modelling might be used to control the flotation process in the tank. The modelling is based on experimental data and uses the methods of statistics, numeric mathematics and differentiation. The proposed models show changes in concentration of impurities in the waste water. The research results are proposed as a part of environmental management study.
Comparative Study of Intracervical PGE2 Gel With Extra Amniotic Foleys Catheter for Pre-Induction Cervical Ripening published in

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Dr. Savitha. T. S, Dr. Kanmani T. R, Dr. Nirmala S, Dr. P. Marimuthu Background : The success of induction of labor depends on the cervical status at the time of induction.Objective: Is to compare the efficacy of extra amniotic Foleys catheter and intracervical PGE2 gel in cervical ripening for the successful induction of labor, maternal and fetal outcome. Study design: Randomized prospective study conducted in KIMS hospital between Jan 2012 to June 2013. 80 pregnant women attended labour ward for induction of labor are included. 40 patients received Dinoprostone gel and 40 patients received intracervical extra amniotic foleys catheter.Results: Both groups were comparable with respect to maternal age, parity, gestational age, indication for induction and initial bishop score. Both groups showed significant change in Bishop score after 12hours 7.21 and 7.81 for PGE2 gel and Foleys catheter respectively. There was no significant difference in the side effects between two groups. Cesarean sections were performed in 32.5 % in PGE2 group and 27.5 % in Foleys catheter group. The induction delivery interval was 16.96 7 hrs in PGE2 group and 20.03 7.96 hrs in Foleys catheter group. APGAR score, birth weight and NICU admissions showed no differences between the two groups. Conclusion: The present study shows that both PGE2 gel and Foleys catheter are equally effective in preinduction cervical ripening.
STRATEGIES OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN RETAIL FINANCING published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Kulkarni Shashikant Retail banking is when a Bank executes transactions directly with consumers, rather than corporations or other banks. Services offered include savings and transactional accounts ,mortgages , personal loans, debit cards, and cards. Today, retail banking is being considered as one of the most innovative financial services provided by the various commercial Public Sector Banks (PSBs), private sector and foreign banks. Retail banking has a huge potential considering the growing demand for its products namely, term deposits, consumer durable loans, auto loans, debit card, credit cards, ATM facilities, insurance, online banking, etc. The growing sector of retail lending has contributed significantly to the development of the economy. Like other developed countries, India too, has a developed retail banking sector which accounts for one-fifth of all banks credit. Retail lending across the globe has been a showcase of innovative services in the commercial banking sector. Countries, like China and India, have emerged as potential markets with changing investment opportunities. The higher growth of retail lending in emerging economies can be attributed to the rapid growth of personal wealth, favorable demographic profile, rapid development in information technology, the conducive macroeconomic environment, financial market reforms and small micro-level supply side factors. The retail banking strategies of banks are undergoing a major transformation, as banks are beginning to adopt a mix of strategies like organic growth acquisition and alliance formation. This has resulted in a paradigm shift in the marketing strategies of the banks. PSBs are adopting aggressive strategies, leveraging their branch network to garner a large share of the retail market.
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.
Thermal characterization and comparisons of lignin-formaldehyde and lignin-glyoxal adhesives published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Mohamed Ammar*, Ramzi Khiari, Mohamed Naceur Belgacem, Elimame Elaloui In the present study, the main focus was the use of lignin isolated through an industrial waste (black liquor) to prepare phenolic-type resins. Thermal properties of control lignin-formaldehyde adhesive (RLF) and lignin glyoxal adhesive (RLG) have been investigated in detail. The effect of methylolation of lignin by formaldehyde and glyoxal have been studied using thermogravimetric analysis (TG) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). Methylolation has significant effect on the structure and the thermal stability of lignin. Rate of curing is enhanced by the type of curing agent and temperature.
Investigation of Inter polymer Complexation between Carbopol 974 P and Different Grades of Polyvinyl pyrrolidone and Effects on Swelling Properties, Adhesion Strength and Release Rate published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jyostna S.Patil*, Chandan R.Rane, Yashvant Chikte The main purpose of this work was to investigate interpolymer complexation between carbopol 974P and different grades of polyvinylpyrrolidone (K25,K30,K90,VA/S-630)by studying their water retaining capacity, apparent density, conductivity, pH, FTIR, swelling properties, adhesion strength and release rate.Interpolymer complexation obtained between CP and all PVP grades but most expressively with PVP K90, maximum amount of fresh and dried CP-PVP K90 complex obtained at a weight ratio of 1:1.the water retaining capacity of all CP-PVP K90 complexes were above 90%. Increased in CP concentration caused decreased in pH with increase in conductivity for all CP-PVP complexes and apparent density of the CP-PVP K90 filtrate was lowest.IR spectrum of the CP-PVP K90 complex is similar to that of PVP K90. Means CP has interacted with PVP K90.disc of physical mixture of CP-PVP K90 swelled progressively and reached after 18-25 hr. Adhesion strength was correlated with concentration of CP. Nevertheless, adhesion strength of CP-PVP K90 complex was lower than the physical mixture of the pure polymers. Interpolymer complexation was most conspicuous between CP and PVP K90.
BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATIES: THE CHANGED INDIAN PERSPECTIVE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Prerna Tara A country, in order to prosper, requires economic growth as the key factor for growth. For economic growth, the business has to be feasible not only at the national level but also at the international level which includes a proper cooperation between the business houses and state authorities. One of the key results of this relationship is the emergence of bilateral investment treaties (BIT). With the advent of globalization, the role foreign investors have to play in the business /economic scenario of any country cannot be ignored. BITs play an instrumental role in looking after the foreign investment and the risks that come along with it. The new times have changed the outlook towards such investments and have led to devising new alternatives and dispute resolutions like arbitration. This paper shall be a comparative analysis between the old and new BIT and what impact globalization has had on the framing of the latest BIT. It shall also dwell deeper into the solutions that can be suitable for the benefit of both the investors and the state. Keywords: Globalization, Investment, Arbitration.
Effect of Specific Preparatory Training on Selected Physiological Variables of Inter Collegiate Football Players of Various Positions published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Manas Das, Dr. M. Srinivasan The purpose of this study is to find out the effects of specific preparatory training on selected physiological variables of inter collegiate football players in various playing positions. To achieve this purpose total subjects twenty four intercollegiate college men-football-players (8 forward 8 mid fielder, 8 defenders) from faculty of general and adapted physical education and yoga, Maruthi college of physical education and Sri Rama Krishna Mission college of arts and science, colleges in Coimbatore, were selected as subjects by applying the random sampling techniques. The subjects selected into their position wise namely forward, midfield and defender position each group consists of eight subjects. The subjects age ranged from 17 to 28 years and they formed a true random group design. The selected criterion physiological variables were namely vital capacity and cardio respiratory endurance. The vital capacity was measured by wet spiro meter and cardio respiratory endurance was measured by 12 min/run walk test. The training period consists of twelve weeks Monday to Friday 5 pm to 6 pm. The data were collected pre, mid and post tests were conducted initial and middle and end of training periods. After the training, the collected data were analyzed by applying the one way repeated measures (ANOVA) test. If obtained F was significant new mans kuel test was used to significant difference treatment means pre, mid and post means. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was applied to determine the significant difference among the three groups. If obtained F was significant Scheffes post hoc test will be used. In all the cases 0.05 was fixed level of confidence. The results of the study shows that there is significant improvement in vital capacity, cardio respiratory endurance due to effect of preparatory training in forward position, mid field position and defender position inter collegiate football players.
APPLYING PHARMMAPPER SERVER AS TOOL FOR DRUG TARGET IDENTIFICATION FOR SOME DIPHENYLMETHYLPIPERAZINE AMIDES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Maya Georgieva*, Branimir Zlatkov, Alexander Zlatkov Using the web-based tool PharmMapper, based on the reverse pharmacophore approach, we aligned 7 newly synthesized pipreazine amide derivatives to 2241 human protein targets, from which the top 300 targets were analyzed. By the flexible alignment of these structures the calculated and recorded pharmacophores were obtained and the candidate targets were prioritized, based on the corresponding fit values and z-scores. Of high interest was the model derived for activity to ?-secretase 1, since it was categorized as the probable target for the compounds of interest. The most significant pharmacophoric parameter was established to be the hydrophobicity of the molecule, whereas for compound 2f, with highest fit score, the significance of this parameter is greatest. It may be concluded that structures with 4-7 hydrophobic positions and aromatic ring or four carbon atoms in the side chain are of interest in further evaluation of piperazine bearing structures with ?- secretase 1 activity.
ESTIMATION OF ROAD SURFACE ROUGHNESS CONDITION FROM ANDROID SMARTPHONE SENSORS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kavita Darawade*, Prashant Karmare, Sailee Kothmire, Nagesh Panchal In day to day life transport to the desired location is the most common activity. Road plays vital role in the whole process of transportation. It is necessary that road condition should not be bad in any case for safety and avoid inconvenience. The road bump is kind of conditions which are needed to immediate monitoring and sharing. Currently, the implementing methods for road bump detection are done by a human visual confirmation and a mechanical measuring of road surface shapes by using profile meter. It needs to use many human resources, long lead time and special equipment. In proposed system, the road bump detection method, which is named Bump Recorder, that can be done more easily, is proposed. Bump Recorder is one kind of the extensional smartphone probe which can be put on the vehicle dashboard, and the vehicle is driven as usual. At first, pedometer gets used for the prototype Bump Recorder which is, the bump detection principle and an actual measurement result are explained which was measured at the Niigataken Chuetsu-oki Earthquake in 2007. And next, for the first generation Bump Recorder which is used the three-dimensional accelerometer that is installed on the smartphone, the bump detection logic and experiment result are explained. At last, for the second generation Bump Recorder which is used threedimensional gyro sensor is explained. In proposed system, road smoothness (Quality) and Ghats (kind of hilly road) complexity analysis will be performed by using GPS system of smartphone and with the help of different sensors like accelerometer, magnetometer, etc. of phone. Information about analysis of the road roughness and Ghats will be uploaded on central server which will be used by user through app during travelling gives reliability & awareness about the road.
Prevalence of Anaemia Among Adolescent Girls in Rural Area, Bijapur.a Cross Sectional Study published in

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Dr Vijaykumar B Murteli, Dr Manjula S Patil INTRODUCTION- India has the worlds highest prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia among women, with 60 to 70 percent of the adolescent girls being anaemic. Adolescence is considered as a nutritionally critical period of life Objectives-1.To know prevalence of anaemia among adolescent girls 2.To study association of socio demographic charcterstics in relation to anaemia Material methods-Cross sectional study was conducted in rural area which is field practice area of dept of community medicine, Shri B.M.Patil medical college ,Bijapur. Results - Significant association was found between prevalence of anaemia with type of family, socio economic status, and mother education. Conclusion- A high prevalence of anaemia was found among the adolescent girls
Assessment of water wall tubes of a fossil fuel fired thermal power plant published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Arvind Kumar, Malabika Roy, Janardhana M and Shekhar Kumar M Boilers being the heart of any steam generating system, failure of its components,will lead to forced outages ofthe plant, resulting in heavy economic losses in terms of non–availability of plant.Periodic inspection and assessment of boiler tubes has a great impact on the generation of power and economic status. The assessment of boiler tubes minimizes the risk of forced outage of the power plant. This paper presents the assessment of water wall tubes of thermal power plant to avoid any forced outage due to failure of water wall tubes. The assessment includes non- destructive, destructive and failure analysis of failed tubes. The periodic non-destructive evaluation is performed for the boiler tubes for generation of data for assessing and deciding the integrity of the boiler tubes. Destructive and failure analysis of failed tubes gives the information and helps in identifying the root cause of failure and to take preventive action for avoiding forced outage.
IDS: Survey on Intrusion Detection System in Cloud Computing? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Ashish Kumbhare, Mr. Manoj Chaudhari? Cloud computing provides flexible on demand services to the end users with lesser infrastructural investment. Under the supervision of different managements, these services are provided over the Internet using known networking protocols, standards and formats. Existing deficiencies in underlying technologies tend to open doors for intrusion. This paper surveys different intrusions affecting basics of cloud security i.e. availability, confidentiality and integrity of Cloud resources and services. It examines proposals incorporating Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) in Cloud and discusses various types and techniques of IDS.
THE INFLUENCE OF beta-PBO2 ON PZT PHASE FORMATION published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
H. Allal, C. Benhamideche, S. E. Bouaoud, M. Poulain The reactional mechanism of the formation of solid solution lead-zircono-titanate PZT has been studied using beta-PbO2, TiO2 and ZrO2 as starting materials. PZT ceramics were prepared by solid state reaction between oxides at different temperatures. After calcination samples are characterized by thermogravimetry (TGA), differential thermal analysis (DTA), differential scanning, Infrared spectroscopy and x-ray diffraction (XRD). Using lead dioxide (beta-PbO2) allows PZT powder to be sintered at a temperature as low as 700?C.
MEDICAL IMPACT OF YOGA ON FASTING BLOOD GLUCOSE AMONG TYPE-II DIABETIC PATIENTS IN CHENNAI REGION published in

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T. Suseelal, Dr. K. R .John The study was designed to find out the impact of yoga on fasting glucose among the Type-II diabetic patients in chennai region. To facilitate the study, 30 diabetic type-II patients were selected from Chennai metropolitan city and were analyzed with the differences in the mean values of pre and post test score on fasting blood glucose. Their age group ranged between 35 to 45 years and then given yoga training for a period of eight months. The pre tests were taken from the subjects before administering the training. The subjects were involved with their respective practices on five days in a week. At the end of the eight month practices post test were taken on fasting blood glucose. The statistical analysis reveals a significant difference of the improvement in fasting blood glucose.
A STUDY ON ATTITUDES OF NURSES TOWARDS WORK ENVIRONMENT IN HOSPITALS published in

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K. Subha, Dr. S. Senthilkumar The work environment plays a crucial role for the employees. The working environment, despite many major changes of late, has rather been neglected by management researchers. The quality of environment in workplace may simply determine the level of employees motivation, subsequent performance and productivity. How well employees get along with the organization influence the employees error rate, level of innovation and collaboration with other employees, absenteeism and ultimately time period to stay in the job. The objective of this study is to analyze the attitudes of nurses towards work environment in hospitals. The respondents surveyed were the female nurses working in hospitals. Total number of nurses surveyed was 55. Data collection was done through questionnaire and data was analyzed by using simple percentage and Mean score value. The findings revealed positive attitudes of nurses towards their work environment.
Application of Job Characteristic Model for Employees of State Universities: An Empirical published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Debasis Bhattacharya, Shuvendu Dey, Mrinal Kanti The study intends to investigate the relationship between job satisfaction and commitment by incorporating a few important job dimensions from the JCM model. A sample of 117 employees of various state universities located in the state of West Bengal was selected using a convenient sampling method. The findings of the study reveal that job satisfaction can b well predicted by a set of job related explanatory variables. It is also observed that job commitment is strongly associated with job variety, autonomy, and the level of perceived stress. The level of supervision is not found to be significant in augmenting commitment of employees. An institution specific suitable HRM strategy needs to be formulated and effectively implemented to boost up the employee commitment.
Numerical prediction of erosion in coal burner of 210 MW boiler through computational fluid dynamics modeling published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Kumar R K, Raghavendra Naik, Saravanan V and Janardhana M The splitter plates of coal burners in Indian thermal plants are subjected to severe erosion and erosioncorrosion conditions owing to the combined effect of abrasive nature of coal and elevated service temperature environment. During service, tilting of splitter plates is adopted to achieve the desired final steam outlet temperature which shifts the fireball location and heat release area in the combustion zone. The tilt condition gives rise to a change in the incidence angle of the coal particle as well as the change in flow profile. The erosion life of these plates is predominantly affected by the coal particle velocity, impact angle, particle size and steady state metal temperature during service. The sensitivity of burner tilt angle on the erosion life requires an understanding of primary air with coal particle flow phenomenon within the burners. The effect of burner tilt angle on the erosion of presently used SS310 grade splitter material was studied through computational fluid dynamics. The erosion sensitive velocity exponent was calculated based on the laboratory simulated erosion tests at elevated temperatures upto 700°C. The life of the splitter plates was calculated based on the predicted erosion rate intensity.
Efektivitas Program Pendidikan Guru MIPA Kelas Bilingual Universitas Negeri Jakarta published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Raihanati Raihanati, Yetti Supriyati, Wardani Rahayu This research aims to determine the effectiveness of Bilingual Class Mathematics and Sciences Educational Teacher State University of Jakarta (PGMIPABI) State University of Jakarta. This research is evaluation program, conducted at Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences, State University of Jakarta, use Countenance Stake models. Based on the result data analysis and data interpretation formulated: (1) PGMIPABI Program at State University of Jakarta conducted professionally, with clear legal basis, and involve stakeholders; (2) PGMIPABI program at State University of Jakarta, conducted with support by lecturer staff, utilizing the integrated infrastructure management, so as meet the satisfaction by students; (3) PGMIPABI program of State University of Jakarta, produces MIPA teacher candidates with good performance and well received by bilingual school when a field study. Based on the result, can concluded the PGMIPABI State University of Jakarta was effective. Then researcher recommended this program will be continuous, but the Lecturer ability about teaching in English on mathematic and sciences will be improve.
EVALUATION OF CARETB REAL TIME PCR FOR RAPID DETECTION OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS IN PULMONARY SPECIMENS published in

Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Published by Innovative Publication
Pratiksha Chheda, Shamma Shetye, Nishtha Vira, Nilesh Shah Rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) is one of the cornerstones for global TB control as it allows early epidemiological and therapeutic interventions. The slow growth of the tubercle bacillus is the greatest obstacle to rapid diagnosis of the disease. Newer molecular methods which are based on nucleic acid amplification (NAA) of different targets, aim to identify the M. tuberculosis complex in 6- 8 hours. In this study, we assessed the performance of careTB Assay, a Real Time based Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) for identification of IS6110 insertion sequence which is specific for Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Complex (MTC). Sputum specimens were collected from 100 patients with suspicion of pulmonary tuberculosis and tested for the presence of MTC using careTB kit. The results were compared against MTB culture. The sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, and negative predictive value of TB PCR were 92.98%, 88.37%, 91.38% and 90.48% respectively. PCR correctly identified MTC in four of the smear negative/ culture positive samples indicating high sensitivity of the assay. Four of the culture positive MOTT specimens were found to be negative by IS6110 PCR which is highly specific for MTC group of organisms. careTB test is simple, easy to perform and delivers the results in lowest possible turnaround time. Its sensitivity, specificity, and positive predictive value are satisfactory.
EVALUATION OF PROINFLAMMATORY OF HUMAN RHINOVIRUS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
fadyia mahdi muslim Alameedy This study was conducted on 96 patients from Abdul Sahib Dakeel health center in the province of Najaf during the period from December 2014 to February 2015, the month was the purpose of this study was to evaluate proinflammatory (IL-6 and IL-18), for patients than controls (18 year) who ranged age patients between (15-45 year) were divided into two age ranges (15-30 and 31-45) year. The virus was isolated from nasal secretions for the purpose of diagnosis of the virus in two ways (rapid test and real time pcr) in addition to the blood samples to assess the proinflammatory (IL-6 and IL-18). Seventy eight case of the study showed that the positive samples of percentage (81.25) and eighteen case was negative percentage (18.75 ) is through examination (rapid test and real time pcr) and examination of the nasal secretions. While the results of the proinflammatory showed a very large rise in the level of probability (P 0.05) of each of (IL6 and IL18) in the serum of patients, The study showed a high concentration of IL-6 and IL-18 on the seventh day compared to the results after two weeks and three weeks compared with the control group .
Analysis of Active Power Flow Control with Phase Shifting Transformer in AC Transmission Line published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Thandar Oo | Su Mon Myint | Aye Khaing Zin Nowadays, active power flow should be controlled because voltage fluctuation occurred on various load conditions. Phase shifting transformer PST is used to control the active power flow in three phase electricity transmission network. It can increase reliability and can serve as an alternative to new investments in overhead lines. The control of active power flow is achieved by adjusting the phase angle of the voltages at the PST terminals. In this paper, 230 kV AC transmission line is chosen for active power flow control. Two conditions, maximum and minimum load conditions are considered as a case study for active power flow control performance in a selected line. Simulation of active power flow with PST model is carried out by using Matlab software. Finally, according to simulation results, system voltages and active power depend phase angles are revealed in this paper. Thandar Oo | Su Mon Myint | Aye Khaing Zin "Analysis of Active Power Flow Control with Phase Shifting Transformer in AC Transmission Line" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18593.pdf
A Secure on Demand Routing Protocol published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Tahseen Fatima | Prof. Sujata Mallapur The flexibility and mobility of Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs) have made them increasingly popular in a wide range of use cases. To protect these networks, security protocols have been developed to protect routing and application data. However, these protocols only protect routes or communication, not both. Both secure routing and communication security protocols must be implemented to provide full protection. The use of communication security protocols originally developed for wire line and Wi-Fi networks can also place a heavy burden on the limited network resources of a MANET. MA-NETs are dynamic, self-arranging, and foundation less gatherings of cell phones. They are normally made for a particular reason. Every gadget inside a MA-NET is known as a hub and must play the part of a customer and a switch. To address these issues, a novel secure framework is proposed. The framework is designed to allow existing network and routing protocols to perform their functions, whilst providing node authentication, access control, and communication security mechanisms. Tahseen Fatima | Prof. Sujata Mallapur"A Secure on Demand Routing Protocol" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18288.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/18288/a-secure-on-demand-routing-protocol/tahseen-fatima
AN OVERVIEW OF NUT GRASS (CYPERUS ROTUNDUS) WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AYUSH published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nalini sofia. H*, Thomas M.Walter, S. Merish, M. Tamizhamuthu Plants have always been a common source of medicament either in the form of traditional preparations or pure active principles. It is well known that traditional herbal medicines existed before the application of the modern scientific methods to health care; and even today majority of the world population depends on herbal health care practices 1 . Cyprus rotundus is a plentiful species occurring throughout the plains of India, especially South India. It is well documented in ancient literature for the therapeutic uses of skin, urinary, digestive and reproductive diseases. The present review covers the basic botanical information, Physical properties, Therapeutic actions, Phytochemistry, Ethno medicinal uses, Experimental Pharmacology and Classical preparations from AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha & Homeopathy) systems of Medicine.
Opium history among the Karbi’s during the Colonial era. published in

Sanskruti International Multidisciplinary Research Journal

Published by santosh bongale
Bandita Teronpi, Opium was and is a major political issue in world politics and culture. The use and abuse of opium is not limited to one culture people. The menace of drug abuse continues to threaten more and more people of the new generation from the richest countries like USA to one of the poorest country as in Myanmar. The significance of the study is to highlight how the Karbis were ruined economically and socially from which the Karbis are yet to recover. It will analyze how opium entered into the community, its acquisitions, how opium became a tool of exploitation to the community and the legacy of it. It is also highlight the politics behind creating a pro-British Parliamentary Legislators or subservient. This research will also provide a record or future stimulant for researchers, as drug is the new form (avatar) of opium. This research would reveal the darkness and this event so far hidden from the eyes of research about the Karbis concerned with opium which is dominating a larger portion of Assam.
An IOT based solution for Road Accidents published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
A. Geetha | Shahanaz Khan N | Sneha Rajagopal | Soundariya B Nowadays the vehicle accident rate has been increasing as compared to the previous decade. This system proposes a solution to minimize the action time after an accident. It has the capability of ensuring the drivers safety along with the co-passengers and can easily be integrated with the car. The vehicle is connected to a hardware device that detects the collision with the help of a vibration sensor. The hardware device also consists of a fire sensor that senses fire breakouts. It communicates with an application in the Smartphone through Zigbee Bluetooth whenever collision or fire is sensed. If the driver doesnt want to communicate any information, he can cancel using the reset switch. Once the Bluetooth connection is established, the application would track and communicate the victims GPS location along with the patients entire medical report to their companions as well as the nearest hospital through an SMS. The application also checks the availability of the blood in the nearest blood bank and sends a notification back as soon as the availability of blood is ensured. A. Geetha | Shahanaz Khan N | Sneha Rajagopal | Soundariya B"An IOT based solution for Road Accidents" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11158.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/11158/an-iot-based-solution-for-road-accidents/a-geetha
IMPACTS OF SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND AGRICULTURE published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
ULI Yusuf Lawal The recent trend of increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere has led to the rising earth’s temperature and consequently a change in the global climate resulting into the existence of adverse environmental conditions. Hence the need to take measures in reducing GHGs, more especially carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere has become necessary. Removal of atmospheric CO2 by terrestrial ecosystems via carbon sequestration and converting the sequestered carbon into the soil organic carbon (SOC) has provided a great opportunity for shifting GHG emission to mitigate the climate change. Soil is an ideal reservoir for storage of organic carbon since SOC has been depleted due to land misuse and inappropriate management over a long period of time. To optimize the efficiency of carbon sequestration in agriculture, recommended management systems, such as conservation tillage, crop rotation, cover cropping, nutrient management etc., play a critical role. Soil carbon sequestration is a multiple purpose strategy. It restores degraded soils, enhances the land productivity, improves the diversity, protects the environment and reduces the enrichment of atmospheric CO2, hence shifts emission of GHGs and mitigates climate change. Keywords: Soil, carbon sequestration, climate change, impact, agriculture, mitigation.
Fifth and Sixth Grade Students' Deficiencies on Word Problem Solving and Failures in the Problem Solving Process published in

Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education

Published by KTU Distance Education Research and Application Center
Dilek Sezgin Memnun In this research, it was aimed to determine the deficiencies of secondary school fifth- and sixth-grade students on word problem solving and their failures in this process. For this purpose, four separate word problems were asked to the students and their written answers were taken at the implementation process. The analysis of the data suggests that a significant part of these secondary school students had deficiencies during word problem solving and their failures in this process. Moreover, these deficiencies and failures were reported to be related to the understanding of word problems and the planning for solutions in the solving process. In addition, it was found that the fifth- and sixth- grade students rarely attempted to use drawing in order to solve the word problems. They mostly had deficiencies in deciding which arithmetic operations to be used while approaching the problems and they had failures at their arithmetic operations.
Efectividad de Intervenciones Educativas en Primeros Auxilios published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Daniela Tenorio, John Marino Escobar, Erwin Stid Garzn, Carlos Castao, Andrs Acevedo, Jos William Martnez Introduction: the scientific evidence has demonstrated that the education of a suitable practice of The First Aids in the community contributes with the structure of mortalitys changes. These studies have been evaluated in institutions of media education in the Americas and in the community in general. This project has as aim: to evaluate the efficiency of an educative intervention in the level of knowledge about The First Aids in high schools students. Methods: there were selected two high schools institutions by 72 students who realized a pre and a post test. They received training, designed by the authors and defined in a manual. Results: the intervention showed differences according to the sex. In girls, the strategy achieved an increase skills and know ledges in First aids in the community. Conclusions: the educational intervention with the support of the administrative teachers was successful in girls, because of the evidences and reports that increased students knowledges, actions and skills.
TREATMENT OUTCOME OF TUBERCULOSIS PATIENT ATTENDED AT DTC OF SMS MEDICAL COLLEGE, JAIPUR (RAJ.) published in

Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine

Published by Innovative Publication
Mahesh C, Chitra Upadhyay, B.P. Meena, Kusum Lata Gaur Objective: To find out association of treatment outcome with age, sex and type of cases in patients attended at DTC of SMS Hospital, Jaipur (Raj.) Materials and methods: A record based cross-sectional study of tubercular patients - whose outcome of treatment was declared. Study variables were types of case, age, sex. Outcome was assessed as Cure Rate, Failure Rate, Defaulter Rate, Case Fatality Rate Result: Overall Cure Rate observed 43.3% and it significantly varied with type of case, age and sex of case. Overall Defaulter Rate observed 30%. More defaulters were in relapse retreated cases and in elderly (>60 yrs.) cases. Overall Failure Rate observed 8.3% and it was highest in Cat. I cases and significantly varied with age and sex. Overall Case Fatality Rate observed 15%. About 3/4th of total deaths were observed in Failure and Relapse retreated cases. CFR showed not significant variation with sex. Conclusions: Cure Rate significantly varied with type of case, age and sex of case. Defaulters were more in Relapse retreated cases and in elderly (>60 yrs.) cases. Failure Rate was highest in Cat. I cases and significantly varied with age and sex
المشكلات التي تواجه طلبة التربية العملية في جامعة القدس المفتوحة/مركز بيت ساحور الدراسي في التطبيق العملي لمقرر التربية العملية published in

Al-Quds Open University Journal for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
د. معتصم "محمد عزيز" مصلح هدفت الدراسة إلى فحص درجة المشكلات التي تواجه طلبة التربية العملية في جامعة القدس المفتوحة/ مركز بيت ساحور الدراسي في التطبيق العملي لمقرر التربية العملية؛ وقد صُممت لهذا الغرض استبانة مكونة من خمسة محاور: يتناول الأول مشكلات تتعلق بإدارة الجامعة، ويحوي (10) عبارات، ويتناول الثاني مشكلات تتعلق بمدير المدرسة، ويحوي (18) عبارة، ويتناول الثالث مشكلات تتعلق بالمعلم المتعاون، ويحوي (20) عبارة، ويتناول الرابع مشكلات تتعلق بعضو هيئة التدريس ويحوي(22) عبارة، ويتناول الخامس مشكلات تتعلق بالطالب المتدرب، ويحوي (12) عبارة. ووزعت الاستبانة التي اعتمدت التدرج الخماسي (كبيرة جداً، كبيرة، متوسطة، قليلة، قليلة جداً) على (57) طالباً وطالبة، وقد حُلِّلت الاستبانات المسترجعة إحصائيًا، وعددها (54) طالباً وطالبة، وأبانت النتائج عدم وجود فروق في متوسطات درجة المشكلات التي تواجه طلبة التربية العملية في جامعة القدس المفتوحة/ مركز بيت ساحور الدراسي في التطبيق العملي لمقرر التربية العملية تعزى إلى متغير الجنس، والحالة الاجتماعية، والتخصص، والمعدل التراكمي. وقد أوصى الباحث بتكثيف عقد ورش العمل من قبل إدارة الجامعة للطلبة لتوضيح أدوار الإطراف المشاركة في التربية العملية قبل انخراطهم في التطبيق العملي للتربية العملية، وعقد اجتماعات فصلية من قبل إدارة الجامعة مع مديري المدارس والمشرفين الأكاديميين لمناقشة سير برنامج التربية العملية في المدارس، وتذليل المشكلات التي تواجه الطلبة/ المعلمين أثناء التطبيق العملي لهم في تلك المدارس.
Alterations in Antioxidant Enzymes Levels Following Sub Chronic Exposure of Sodium Arsenite in Female Rats published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Madhuri Mehta and S. S. Hundal The present work was undertaken to assess the sub chronic effect of sodium arsenite on antioxidative potential of lungs, brain and spleen of female albino rats. Forty eight female rats were divided in to 4 groups consisting of 12 animals each. Group I animals received distilled water throughout the experiment and served as control. Group II, III and IV animals received sodium arsenite at the doses of 10?g/L, 30?g/L and 50?g/L dissolved in distilled water ad libitum for 60 days. Half of the animals from each group were sacrificed after 30 days of sodium arsenite exposure and remaining half after 60 days under mild anaesthesia. Lungs, spleen and brain were collected, weighed, minced and homogenized for the estimation of antioxidant enzymes viz. superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT), glutathione-S-transferase (GST), reduced glutathione (GSH) and estimation of lipid peroxidation (LPO), a marker for oxidative stress. A significant decline in the activity of SOD, CAT, GST and GSH in all tissues at different time periods (30 and 60 days) has been detected while the levels of LPO were found to increase significantly in treated animals as compared to control. In conclusion, we may infer that exposure to sodium arsenite decreased the antioxidative potential of lungs, spleen and brain, making them susceptible for various diseases due to generation of oxidative stress.
Comparison of Conservative versus Operative Management in Clavicle Fracture published in

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Dr. Maulik Patel, Dr. Sanjay Patil, Dr. Vilas Jog, Dr. Mohit Gupta Objective: To compare benefits and implication of conservative versus operative management in Clavicle Fracture. Method: In the present study 30 patients were enrolled and divided into two groups. In one group 15 cases of clavicular fracture were managed conservatively whereas in the other group of 15 cases were treated surgically. Regular follow was done at every four weeks. Patients were looked up for any complication and duration required for union. Results: In present study 30 patients were enrolled. Of them 24 (80%) had middle third clavicle fracture and six (20%) had lateral third clavicle fracture. In conservative group, union was observed between 13 to 16 weeks in 73.33% patients whereas in operative group union was seen in less than 12 weeks in 80% patients. In conservative group malunion was observed in 26.67% patients and delayed union in 33.33% patients. In operative group hypertrophic scar was observed in 20% patients and plate prominence in 13.33% cases. Delayed union was observed in one case due to plate loosening. Conclusion: Operative treatment provided a significantly lower rate of nonunion and symptomatic malunion and earlier functional return
Study of Problem Solving Ability Among Senior Secondary School Students. published in

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Dr. Nand Kishor Choudhary -
A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO EQUIPMENT QUALIFICATION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr.S.Venugopal* Equipment qualification is a key element in the pharmaceutical quality system. In recent times Regulatory agencies are more focusing on qualification of equipment. During the investigation of process deviations and complaints, equipment is a key element to consider. For example 6M methodology men, machine, method, material, mother nature and measurements. Machine is the most key element in investigations because with out equipment manufacturing and testing isnot possible. Qualification of the equipment starts from design of the equipment based on the user requirement specification and functional requirement specification. Equipment qualification is carried out in various steps as mentioned below.
Littering of Unexpended Antibiotics a Threat to Environment published in

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Alakananda J Adur,Ramya R Antibiotic, a potential bioactive substance and a threat to natural environmental systems disseminate either as a result of consumption, excretion, persistence or unsafe disposal. Scientists have documented many adverse effects of unsafe disposal of antibiotics on population of native soil microbiome. Residues of antibiotics have already been reported ranging from few g to g Kg-1 in soil. In addition to which various antibiotics also occur in soil due to microbes natural defense mechanism. The overall goal of our study was to investigate inappropriate usage of antibiotics amongst the literate population in the age group of 10 to 50 years. The primary data was collected by survey method in schedule format of fixed sample size. The few parameters included were age, BMI, common ailments, habit of self-medication, commonly used antibiotics, frequency, discontinuation of antibiotics, duration, method used for disposal etc. Since the effect of antibiotic on soil organisms are very diverse inspite of their bioactive properties, preliminary study was conducted to check the impact of commonly used commercially available antibiotic on micro biome of the devised experimental plot. There was a selective pressure of soil microorganisms. Thus the result obtained was an eye opener to study further impact of unexpended antibiotics on soil biome. The result also showed more than 70% of the literate population was still unaware of the proper usage and safe disposal of antibiotics leading to environmental contamination and toxicity. Though many such research and publications were made in view to this topic the status-quo of unsafe disposal in India has to be taken as priority
IMPORTANCE OF IPR IN BIOTECHNOLOGY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rashmi Mishra* The objective of this review is to highlight and explore the inter - relationship and the functioning of the intellectual property right in th e pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. The rising tide of patent applications can be witnessed globally in this industry as the need for such protection and licensing has become imperative so as to safeguard the rights of the inventor and also to enc ourage and promote new talents, inventions and innovations which can be a boon for the economy. The field of biotechnology is an upcoming science which is still at the initial stage of establishing a foundation but it promises a revolution in the fields of medicine, agriculture, pharmaceuticals and industrial sector amongst other sectors of the economy.
Stress and Locus of Control in Elderly With Hypertension published in

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M.Padmavathamma, A. Hemalatha, A. Gayathri, Prof. D. Jamuna The present study was contemplated to study the sociodemographic profiles and role of psychological variables in a sample of hypertensive elderly. The study was carried out on a sample of 80 male and female elderly hypertensives who were visiting outpatient clinic of TTD Central Hospital, Tirupati A.P. The sample was randomly enrolled for the present study in the age group of 60 to 65 years (Mean age = 64.2). The results showed significant association between psychological variables and levels of blood pressure in the elderly. Based on the results, role of psychological variables and the significance of psychological intervention were discussed. The implication of the finding is highlighted.
Manganese acetate: as an efficient environmentally benign catalyst for acetylation of phenols published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
V. P. Sondankara*, V. B. Deshmukha, K. R. Rathoda and S. R. Bhusareb Phenols were efficiently acetylated with acetic acid in the presence of catalytic amount of manganese acetate at reflux condition in high yields. The process is efficient and eco-friendly in the sense that it avoids the use of acetyl chloride or acetic anhydride and is percent atom economical.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF MARMA (VITAL POINTS IN AYURVEDA) IN HANDS, ACUPUNCTURE AND ACUPRESSURE - A REVIEW published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Dr. Darasing Govind Rathod * , Dr. Chandrashekhar Dattatray Vaikos , Dr. Chandrashekhar Dattatray Vaikos , Dr. Pradnya Ravindra Deshpande Marma science is one of the special aspects deeply elaborated by Ayurveda. Marma are several vital points on the body having importance regarding traumatic effect.These points when exposed to trauma generate the symptoms from pain to fatal effe ct. These points should be protected from injury. On the other hand these marma are considered as healing points. Marma chikitsa provide tridosha - trigunasamnya (equilibrium) as these points are seat of prana. Another form of therapy related to body surfac e points is acupressure & acupuncture. These therapies use various meridian points to cure & prevent several diseases in palmar aspects of the hand. About 31 points are used as line of energy having effect of pressure on various organs when get pressurized and punctured. Ayurveda mention only five marma on palmar region. The present study reveals correlation with various marma point and meridian points specially located in palmer aspect of hand.
Marital Adjustment in Working and NonWorking Women published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vibha A. Dave The aim of the present study was to find out the Marital Adjustment among working women and non-working women. Marriage in reality is a way of living. It is not always full of roses; but its success depends upon adjustment on the part of both the partners involved. With the rise in the number of dual-career families, the adjustment and marital relationship are major challenges in most of the families. This study aimed at finding out marital adjustment among working women and non-working women. A sample of 60 women (30 non-working women and 30 working women) is selected randomly. For this study Marital Adjustment Inventory measured by Pramod Kumar and Kanchan Rohatgi Gujarati translates by Dr. Yogesh A. Jogsan. Herettest was applied to check the significance of marital adjustment among working and non-working method is used. Results revealed that there is significant difference in marital adjustment among working and non-working women
THE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF INSULIN AND Ca2+ - ATPase MEDIATED INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM HOMEOSTASIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bindulekha D.S Insulin, in addition to being a pivotal metabolic hormone, plays a significant role in intracellular calcium homeostasis. Ca2+ -ATPase, an integral membrane protein found in the plasmalemma or organellar membrane of all cells, responsible for the maintenance of intracellular calcium homeostasis. It has been extensively studied with respect to its structure and mechanism of action, and more recently to gene expression. Though the concept of insulin mediated calcium transport is not new, an involvement of insulin in calcium homeostasis is still under discussion. Therefore, the analysis of the transporter responses to insulin would offer mechanistic understanding of calcium specific transporters to insulin and how cellular processes respond to insulin signaling in the intracellular milieu.
Aeromycological Study of Hibiscus Sabdariffa (Roselle) In Winter Season published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Seema Sahu, Dr. K. Sharma, Dr. S. Patra Aerobiological investigation has been carried out with special reference to diseases on crops, vegetable and fruits etc. The present paper deals with the aero biological work carried out in Hibiscus sabdariffa plant to study fungal spores of aeromycoflora . Aeromycoflora of Hibiscus sabdariffa was studied for one year with the help of Petri plate method. Environmental factor play an important role for the distribution of the fungal spores. Maximum numbers of fungi were isolated from winter season, Moderate from Rainy season and Minimum from summer season. It was observed that fungal population was varying from season to season and month to month. During the investigation period Alternaria, Aspergillus, Cladosporium , Curvularia, Fusarium, Mycelia sterilia, , Penicillium, Rhizopus etc. fungal species were isolated.
Health profile of middle aged men and women residing in Bikaner city of Rajasthan published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MADHU GOYAL, REEMA RATHORE ANDVIMLA DUNKWAL A study was conducted on 100 middle aged each male and female subjects residing in urban areas of Bikaner city (Rajasthan). The results revealed that 54 per cent of the male subjects were preobese (BMI 26-29.99 kg/m2) and 83 per cent of them had almost normal WHR (0.96-0.98). Among female subjects majority (59%) of them were found to be obese with 27.18 to 28.09 kg/m2 BMI and 0.86 to 0.87 WHR. Blood pressure levels were found to be normal for both men and women. Majority of the male subjects (64%) had 12-13.9mg/dl haemoglobin levels but majorities (78%) of women were found anaemic (9.55 g/dl to 10.44 g/dl Hb). The mean blood glucose level of men and women was found to be 127.7 19.19 mg/dl and 114.26 14.0 mg/dl. In case of men most of the parameters of lipid profile (Total cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL-C, VLDLC, TC/HDL ratio, LDL/HDL ratio) were above normal. Except triglycerides all the constituents of lipid profile in women were found to be within normal range. High prevalence of general obesity among both men and women and presence of anaemic condition in women emphasized urgent need for nutrition education amongst the subjects residing in the study area.
STEEL FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pramod Kawde* , Abhijit Warudkar Extensively used material in construction industry is concrete this is because of good workability and ability to be moulded to any shape. Ordinary cement concrete possesses very low tensile strength, limited ductility and less resistance to cracking. The concrete shows the brittle behaviour and fails to handle tensile loading hence leads to internal micro cracks which are mainly responsible for brittle failure of concrete. In this era, RCC constructions have their own structural and durability requirements, every structure has its own intended purpose and hence to meet this purpose, modification in traditional cement concrete has become mandatory. It has been proved that different type of fibers added in specific percentage to concrete improves the mechanical properties, durability and serviceability of the structure. As compared to other fibers it is now established that one of the important properties of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete (SFRC) is its superior resistance to cracking and crack propagation. In this paper Past studies based on the Steel fiber concrete is studied in detail.
Analysis of Psycho Social Stresses In Family History of Suicide Victims by Suicidal Hanging published in

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Malini. S1, Roy A2* The third causes of death among youths worldwide is suicide. Suicide rate in India is approximately 11.4 per 1 lakh in male and 8.0 per 1 lakh in female. In Indian study predominant suicidal victims are males, literates, married and from rural background. Aim of the present study is to asses Psychological factors, socio demographic characteristic in relation to family history of suicide associated with complete suicide by hanging. Out of 128 suicidal cases 80 cases which meet the criteria were selected for the present study. Data were collected using semi structured performer for the demographic, psychological, social, tying pattern. Knot analysis for type and handedness were analysed for family history and without the family history of suicide cases. More than 60% of suicide victims were in the age group of 15 to 34 yrs. Male outnumbered females in this study. Psychosocial stress were found in 71% of suicide victims. Granny or Reef knots were the most preferred used for suicidal hanging with family history of suicide. Using right hand proved left hemisphere dominance. Specific focus on identifying psychosocial factors, demographic variable, and increase risk of suicide can be identified at an early stage. The present study indicates that Suicide prevention strategies through family education programme can prevent the rate of suicide with family history and without family history of suicide.
A Research on Enumerating the Customer Satisfaction Regarding Online Shopping in Andhra Pradesh published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Kankipati Ajay Kumar | Suresh Chakka Online shopping has become a very popular shopping routine ever since the internet has declared a takeover. There are many individuals who are looking for other amazing alternatives for shopping and this online shopping is just the fix for that. There are many advantages of online shopping. This is the reason why individuals opted online stores and these are booming business today. Online shopping includes buying clothes, gadgets, regular shoes, appliances, or even daily groceries. Now a days people are habituated for making purchase through all this online shopping websites. Currently it has become one of the popular approaches for business and customer to perform trade over the internet. Businesses have been coming up with creative ways to promote their product via online. Thus it describes how modern market is replacing the traditional markets. This study is taking place to identify the factors that may influence customers online shopping satisfaction. Generally, the success of online shopping essentially depends on the customer satisfaction during their purchase. Kankipati Ajay Kumar | Suresh Chakka"A Research on Enumerating the Customer Satisfaction Regarding Online Shopping in Andhra Pradesh" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5787.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/marketing/5787/a-research-on-enumerating-the-customer-satisfaction-regarding-online-shopping-in-andhra-pradesh/kankipati-ajay-kumar
Foreign Direct Investment: A Study on India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Shiv Kumar India is a country that has been able to restore investor confidence in its markets, even during the toughest of times. Increase in capital flows, foreign direct investments (FDI) and overseas entities participation reflect the fact that Indian markets have fared well in recent times. Moreover, foreign companies are viewing the South-Asian nation as a strategic hub for their operations and investments owing to inve stor-friendly policy environment, positive eco-system and huge potential for growth. Indian Incorporations increasing presence over the global canvas and Indian Governments consistent support to the FDI space has facilitated remarkable developments as Indias strength is in its information base. This paper brings out an analysis on the foreign direct investments year-wise total inflows, sector wise inflows, top 10 contributing countries to Indias investment inflows and total FDI outflows, to make an assessment on growth rate, identifying the major setbacks and loopholes that allows foreign institutions to enter our nation.
Economic Inequalities vis--vis Social Justice: Tax Structure in India published in

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Dr. Neena Vashisht Inequalities of wealth, income, power and prestige are universal characteristics of social life. Economic inequality or wealth and income difference comprises all disparities in the distribution of economic assets and income. Impact of economic inequalities on life expectancy, higher disease rates, infant mortality, emotional depression and prison population etc. correlate with higher social economic inequality. The directive principles of state policy laid down in the Constitution of India have proclaimed justice- social, economic and political as a basic national commitment. Social and economic justice have several dimensions such as extreme inequalities of income and wealth, regional imbalance, concentration of wealth and means of production, special care of vulnerable and disadvantaged section of the society. The present paper attempts to make an analytical study of the present tax structure in India to find out whether this tax structure have achieved any success at all, in its purpose of reducing inequalities in the country.
Reduce Energy Consumption by Improving the LEACH Protocol? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ali F. Marhoon, Mishall H. Awaad The wireless sensor networks suffer from the problem of energy consumption, so it has been used several protocols to avoid this problem, the best of these protocols is a LEACH protocol which works to reduce the energy consumption of the network. On the other hand, LEACH protocol suffers from the problems of accelerated the dead nodes as well as the short duration of the network lifetime. In the present work, an improvement is added to the original LEACH protocol via the use of the SPIN protocol idea. That result a new protocol call (S-LEACH). Since the protocol SPIN uses socalled meta-data (which is very small in size) before receiving packets full advantage of this feature so that there is no identical or similar packets. The improved LEACH protocol is simulated using matlab software. The simulation results shows that the improved protocol gives better performance than the original one in the following aspects: 1- Increasing the number of rounds. 2- Delayed the first node dies. 3- Deceleration in the death of nodes. 4- More remaining nodes. 5- Extended lifetime network.
The Evolution of English Literature Main Periods published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ritika Sinha The evolution of English literature is a journey of development of a rich array of remarkable compositions. The fifteenth century is generally described as the barren period of English literature; was dominated by poetry written in prose. There was a gradual transition from the exuberant gaiety and imaginative freedom of the Renaissance to that of artificial cheer, philosophic melancholy and Puritan sobriety of the Restoration. Gradually, the precision, symmetry and regularity of the Augustan school were substituted with the Romanticist belief in power of imagination and emotion, reflecting the social problems of the complex era. The twentieth century literature is further characterized by an interest in experimental techniques and English literature is continually evolving by a creative interchange with other literatures.
Biological Evaluation of 1, 4-Disubstituted 1,2,3-Triazole Derivatives as Plant Pathogenic Fungus Inhibitors published in

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H.Ighachane, H.El ayadi, My.H.Sedra, H.B.Lazrek In order to create novel potent antifungal agents, the antifungal effects of 1,4-dissubstitued 1,2,3-triazole derivatives on plant pathogenic fungi were evaluated for bioactivity against two of the most devastating fungal Verticillium dahliae Klep(Vd) and Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. albedinis (Foa) using the mycelia growth rate method and sporulation. Some of the compounds showed definite activities in vitro against the tested fungi at 20 ?g/ml. For instance, Compound 2h can be used as a good starting point for further optimization.
Role of Packaging on Consumer Buying Behavior With Special Reference to Personal Care Products published in

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Dr. Ashvinkumar H. Solanki The study of consumer behavior is most important factor for marketing of any good or services. The consumer behavior suggest how individual, groups, and organization select, buy, use and dispose of goods, services, ideas or experience to satisfy their needs and wants. It also clues for improving or introducing products or services, setting price, devising channels etc. Since liberalization 100% FDI is allowed in India. This has attracted foreign companies to penetrate the Indian market. The marketers always look for emergent trends that suggest new marketing opportunities and here in India. The marketers always look for emergent trends that suggest new marketing opportunities and here in India a lot of opportunities are available. The personal care sector is one of the best and important sectors at the present time. There is a lot of future opportunity in this sector.
SCREENING AND CHARACTERIZED THE ANTAGONISTIC FUNGUS OF Trichoderma koningii AGAINST Colletotrichum falcatum BY FOOD POISONING TECHNIQUE published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prince. L Biocontrol is environmentally safe and in some cases is the only option available to protect plants against pathogens (Cook, 1993). The present study were screened the presence of antagonistic potentials of selected fungal isolates against Colletotrichum falcatum by food poisoning technique and characterized the antagonistic fungus of Trichoderma koningii. Colletotrichum falcatum Went causing Red rot disease in sugarcane was isolated from the infected sett in sugarcane field in Tamilnadu, India. The antagonistic fungus were screening of by dual culture experiments and food poisoning method. The maximum percentage inhibition of growth of C. falcatum was found with Trichoderma koningii (75%) followed by Botrytis cinerea (73.8%), T. glaucum (72.3%), T. viride (70%), Penicillium chrysogenum (69.2%), Gliocladium virens (56.9%), T. harzianum (53.8%) and P. citrinum (23.1%). The potential biocontrol of Trichoderma koningii was molecular characterized. The phylogenetic analysis revealed that 598 bps sequence of ITS region of Hypocrea koningii PPTK was similar (99%) to the existing species of Hypocrea koningii CY059 (GenBank Accession Number HQ607942).
The "Crocodile Technique": A New Ophthalmic Surgical Technique to Remove Subretinal Proliferative Tissue Associated with Retinal Detachment published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

Published by peertechz publications
Tadayuki Nishide*, Ikuko Kimura, Natsuki Hayakawa, Yoko Yagi, Etsuko Shibuya, Reiko Yasumura and Nobuhisa Mizuki Purpose: To describe the “crocodile technique”, a new ophthalmic surgery technique for removing subretinal proliferative tissue (SPT) associated with retinal detachment. Materials and Methods: Subjects were 21 patients who had retinal detachment with SPT. Their follow-up terms were all greater than 3 months. We undertook the crocodile technique during their subretinal surgery. The crocodile technique is a new ophthalmic technique for removing SPT using vitreous forceps, without using subretinal forceps, in small-gauge vitrectomy. After performing sufficient peripheral vitrectomy, a small intentional retinal tear was created above the SPT. The SPT was then stabilized while grasped by vitreous forceps in the subretinal space. The vitreous forceps were then rotated on their long axis, such that the SPT was rolled around the vitreous forceps in the subretinal space. Results: The crocodile technique was successfully performed without enlarging the intentional retinal tear or creating new retinal tears, in all subjects. The retina was successfully reattached in all subjects, postoperative average visual acuity was improved after surgery, and postoperative redetachment did not occur in any patients. Conclusions: The crocodile technique can be performed without subretinal forceps. Using the technique, retinal detachment with SPT can be treated using vitreous forceps in small-gaugevitrectomy.
CEREBRAL GIGANTISM: SOTOS SYNDROME A CASE REPORT published in

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Dr .Sunil Kumar Agarwalla, Dr.SushreeSmitaBehura, Dr. Shubhankar Mishra Sotos syndrome/cerebral gigantism , described by Sotos ,is an overgrowth syndrome characterized by increase birthweight ,excessive growth during the first few years of life and distinctive facial features including macrocephaly ,high forehead pointed chin ,long and narrow face etc . They have mild to moderate mental retardation with developmental delay .It is generally diagnosed by clinical criteria . We present a case of sotos syndrome with all characteristic morphological features .He had no features to suggest other forms of overgrowth such as Marfan syndrome, McCune-Albright syndrome or homocystinuria.
Rugoscopy as an adjunct to sex differentiation in Forensic Odontology published in

Journal Of Applied Dental and Medical Sciences

Published by Dr. Manish Goutam
Shilpa Jain1 ,Arpit Jain 2 Palatal rugae are anatomical wrinkles or folds called plica palatine, the asymmetrical connective tissue located on the anterior third of the palate behind the incisive papilla. Palatal rugae are important tool for the identification of individual because of its unique pattern. This study aimed at comparing the rugae patterns among males and females as an adjunct to gender differentiation. Aim and Objectives:-The aim of this study was to compare the rugae pattern among males and females. Objectives were to evaluate and compare total number, length, shape, and unification of rugae among males and females. Material and method:- Eighty (40 males and 40 females) maxillary casts were poured with dental stone. The method of rugae identification was based on the classification of Thomas et al and kapali et al. This classification includes number, length, shape and unification of rugae. Result:- After analyzing all the data, we observed significant higher number of wavy and curved rugae patterns among females then in males. Conclusion:- We concluded that significant differences occur in the palatal rugae patterns among both the genders.
Facial Authentication for Controlling Mouse Cursor with Hand Motion Detection using Webcam published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
T. Manigandan | S. Rohit | R. Prakash In this paper, a human computer interface using hand gestures or any hand signal is introduced. This system is enhanced to replace the use of computer mouse with any hand signal instead of using any face expression. The system track the users hand movements with a webcam to displacement of the mouse cursor and users any hand sign is used to translates them into mouse click events on computer screen. Along with this system we also introduce facial authentication for privacy before some movements are introduced. Finally the system thus eliminates the direct contact with the mouse. Hand Motion Detection is used in various aspects and the results have been tremendously gathered. So HCI profound to be used in virtual basis and important techniques can be gathered. T. Manigandan | S. Rohit | R. Prakash"Facial Authentication for Controlling Mouse Cursor with Hand Motion Detection using Webcam" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11116.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/11116/facial-authentication-for-controlling-mouse-cursor-with-hand-motion-detection-using-webcam/t-manigandan
PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT OF OFDM TRANSMISSION USING AMC AND DIFFERENT MIMO TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Madhuri Gehlot * In the rapid growing field of wireless communications, there is an increasing demand of higher rates with longer transmission ranges for new broadband applications. It was a big challenge for modern wireless communications networks to provide serv ices like video, voice, data including mobility. The project presents the analysis o f Space - Time Block Codes used for Multiple - Input Multiple - output MIMO - OFDM technology is a combination of multiple - input multiple - output antenna technology with orthogonal frequency divisi on multiplexing. Adaptive modulation schemes for fading channels are usually required to fulfi ll certain long - term average error rate targets. The error rate level is depend on the modulation type, SNR value and channel behavior. To transmit the faithful data over these systems the error rate performance is further improved using forwa rd error correction codes (FEC). Error rate performance is evaluated for these codes under different modulation schemes like QPSK, BPSK, and QAM technique s .
THE CHINESE STOCK EXCHANGE CRISIS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS ON INTERNATIONAL STOCK MARKETS published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Antnio Andr Cunha Callado, Aldo Leonardo Cunha Callado, Carla Renata Silva Leito Event studies have been widely used to investigate the Efficient Market Hypothesis over the last two decades. The objective of this article is to investigate the international stock market reaction of Chinese stock market crisis in February of 2007. To accomplish this study, twelve indexes were investigated (Germany, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, United States of America, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, England, Japan and Mexico). The methodological procedures performed in this study considered both the time window and the event study as well as to investigate possible abnormal accumulated returns. The results obtained demonstrated reactions of some of the stock markets considered to the Chinese crisis. The fall observed in the Sharpe performance index corroborate the significance of the consequences of the crisis. These results obtained point out that that the relative importance of the Chinese stock market in the international scenario must not be underestimated from now on.
Rotor initial position detection schemes in synchronous machines published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Sreeram V, Gopal D H and Arun Babu M Before the advent of power electronic drives, synchronous machines were started as induction motors and brought close to synchronous speed before pulling into synchronism. The introduction of power electronic drives brought a revolutionary change with variable frequency drives becoming the most preferred. Starting the machines still remained a challenge as wrong alignment of the stator space vector can lead to failed start or even in worst case, reverse rotation. Several techniques have been used to detect the initial position of the rotor for proper alignment of stator space vector. Most of them have been based on position encoders while the current trend favors sensor-less, machine model based methods. An examination of the philosophy of sensor-less methods is carried out in this paper with measured results from the 2500 MVA short circuit generator at the High Power Laboratory at CPRI, Bangalore. The determination scheme based on simple machine equations has been found to be excellent in predicting the rotor position.
FINANCING PROBLEMS AND USE OF BANK CREDITS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZED ENTERPRISES IN TURKEY: EVALUATION OF A SURVEY IMPLEMENTED ON SMEs OPERATING IN ISTANBUL published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Harun Guzeldere, Serra Eren Sarioglu Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) operating in Turkey have a crucial role in economic and social development of the country. SMEs are one of the vital players of the economic life by making contributions to the production, investment, export and employment figures of Turkey. Besides, SMEs have an important function in the regional progress as they spread all around the country. However, SMEs are not efficient enough in their operations as they have many problems causing from internal processes and external factors. One of the important problems faced by SMEs is the financing problem. In this paper, our subject is to determine the capital structures of SMEs and the differentiation of the capital structures according to the sizes and sectors of the firms. In this article, empirical results of a survey applied to 816 SMEs operating in Istanbul are evaluated. The differences between the means of the capital structures are tried to detected by using ANOVA methodology. According to the results of the survey, there is a significant difference between the capital structures of micro and small sized enterprises. Micro sized enterprises finance their operations with more equity compared to small sized firms. However, there is found to be no significant differentiation of capital structures according to the sectors of SMEs.
Effect on intermating in early segregating population in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VIJAYPAL SINGH, NATWAR SINGH DODIYA* AND CHAMPA LAL KHATIK An investigation was planned to compute and compare the nature and magnitude of correlations among various characters in the biparental progenies (BIPs) and the corresponding selfed generation of F2population derived from KWR 108 X IPC 94-19 crosses of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.).The biparental population had higher magnitude of correlation co-efficients than the F3 selfs. In both the populations, association of number of pods with seed yield was high and positively significant, highlighting the facts that pods per plant is the most important yield contributing character in chickpea. The utility of biparental mating in early segregating generations like F2 in breaking unfavourable association in chickpea is emphasised
OUR DAILY PRESS. A SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROMANIAN PRESS AFTER 1989 published in

International Journal of Communication Research

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Liviu ANTONESEI In mid-February 2011, I attended by chance a very interesting debate as a special guest, the topic was The Liberty of Media in Romania: common solutions for common problems, which was part of a program started by a Bristish civic organization called European Alternatives - www. euroalter.com - referring to the liberty of media in the entire Europe. Before exploring the space of our press, the British organization did the same thing in Italy, then in other few countries from the Eastern and Western parts of the continent. In Romania, the organization coordinated by Mrs. Anca Magyar already has an antenna in Cluj, composed of journalists, civic activists, students etc. Some of them accompanied the rest of the team in Iai.1 Again by chance I was also asked for a text for the volume Mass media i democraia n Romnia post-comunist (Mass media and Democracy in Post-communist Romania), coordinated by my nice former students, now friends and collaborators, Daniel andru and Sorin Bocancea. I thought about taking advantage of these two events in order to try at least to sketch an analysis of the evolution of post-December press, of its relation with the destiny of democracy in our country. It is not my first personal attempt to spectrally analyse indigenous press, but it is only the second one which surpasses the dimensions and ambitions of a newspaper article.
Yoga as a Stress Reducer published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs. S. Kalaivani | Dr. (Mrs) D. Karaline Karunagari Yoga has an important role in modern medicine. It has a greater impact on reduction of stress and stress related disorders. Stress affects an individuals memory and concentration. Yoga developed thousands of years ago and it is a form of mind-body exercises which improves muscle strength, flexibility, and blood circulation and oxygen uptake as well as hormone functions. Meditation helps to stabilize the autonomic nervous system with a tendency towards parasympathetic dominance. The most prominent and recognizable form of yoga is hatha yoga. It is a branch of yoga that concentrates on physical health and mental well-being. It includes body postures (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation.It helps in developing sound physical body as well as a calm and peaceful mind. Mrs. S. Kalaivani | Dr. (Mrs) D. Karaline Karunagari"Yoga as a Stress Reducer" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11396.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/nursing/11396/yoga-as-a-stress-reducer/mrs-s-kalaivani
CONSUMER PROPERTIES OF NATURAL SEMIS FROM MUSC DUCK MEAT published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
V.I. KRISHTAFOVICH, D.V. KRISHTAFOVICH, D.R. SHARAFUTDINOVA Research of the morphological composition of Musc duck carcass has been done. The cutting scheme for a whole Musk duck has been presented. Quality indicators of natural semis in chemical, amino acid, fatty acid, vitamin and mineral composition have been studied. The results indicate a high nutritional and biological value of natural semis from Musk duck meat. Therefore, it can be recommended for diet purposes.
Assessment of sexual function by DSFI among the Iranian married individuals published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Baniasad MH, Noughani F, Taghadosi Maral, Sadeghi N Sexual functions are affected by biopsychosocial factors: Internal and external genital organs, hormone, neurohormons, intra psychic dynamics, interpersonal relationships, socio-economy status, social ritual influence on sexual tendency. 384 married individual aged between 15-49 years old randomly selected by stratified sampling from 5 regions in Tehran, including south, North West, east and center. Participants were assessed by Derogatis test. T-test was used for comparing the men and women. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Scheffe were used to compare the age categories. There were no significant difference between men and women in drive and gender role, but there were significant differences in other scales (p<0.05). In age categories also differences were significant. Reliability of Derogatis scales were measured by chronbach alpha. Also the Construct validity was acceptable. Keywords: Assessment, sexual function, DSFI, Iranian married individuals
IMPACT OF THE TEACHING-LEARNING ANATOMY IN THE TRAINING OF MEDICAL DOCTORS IN MOZAMBIQUE published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Maria Alexandra Fernandes Rodrigues* The study of human Anatomy is an integral component of the training of medical students worldwide and remains one of the most extensive and demanding basic science disciplines due to its immense knowledge base and the diversity of its components. At the Faculty of Medicine of the University Eduardo Mondlane in Mozambique, Anatomy course is expected to teach students the structure of the human body and its functional aspects. The knowledge of the normal structure of the body is considered essential for the understanding of pathological changes which take place within different systems and organs. Therefore, in the context of the teaching and learning Anatomy, and taking into account that the students not only need to know the concepts and principles of the medical sciences, but must also learn how to apply this medical knowledge, the study aimed to evaluate the role of the teaching-learning of Anatomy and to contribute to restructuring the medical curriculum in such way that it better addresses a better quality of medical professional. To this end, a cross-sectional quantitative and qualitative design applying three different instruments, questionnaire, clinical reports and semi-structured interview, were used.
EVALUATION OF TETRAKETONES AND XANTHENEDIONES AS TYROSINASE INHIBITORS OR ACTIVATORS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Marcelle S. Ferreira, Diego A.T. Pires and Jos D. Figueroa-Villar* Inhibition or activation of Tyrosinase are important actions for treatment of skin cancer or hypopigmentation disease. Some compounds that were previously reported as inhibitors of this enzyme are tetraketones. In this work we prepared and tested some tetraketones as tyrosinase inhibitors, displaying low activity. Some of these compounds were also discovered by NMR that are easily transformed in solution as 25 oC to the respective xanthenediones in 100%. The respective xanthenediones were prepared and tested with this enzyme, indicating that some of them are the most effective Tyrosinase activators. The obtained results indicate that xanthenediones without or with a single para-R group on their benzyl ring are the most effective ones, being 9-phenyl-3,3,6,6-tetramethyl-3,4,6,7-tetrahydro-2H- xanthene-1,8(5H,9H)-dione (4B) the most effective one (172.56 % activation).
REPLACEMENTS FOR ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION, COMPUTER SIMULATION MODELS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sanghmitra Priyadarshini*, S.S. Agrawal, Ankur Sood, Shreya Singh, Zaid Naqvi, Ankit Gupta For demonstration of animal experiments of medical and paramedical faculties, a large number of animals are sacrificed every year. Such demonstrations can be humanely presented using computer simulations rather than experimental animals. For example, software 'X-cology: An Interactive CD-ROM for Pharmacology Undergraduates' was developed. It has become increasingly difficult to perform animal experiments, because of issues related to the procurement of animals, and strict regulations and ethical issues related to their use. A number of computer simulation models (CSMs) are available. Interactive demonstrations were conducted to encourage the departmental faculty to use CSMs. CSMs can be used repeatedly and independently by students, and this avoids unnecessary experimentation and also causing pain and trauma to animals. Recently a hybrid model based on the finite element method and on a compartmental biophysical representation of peripheral nerve fibers and intraneural electrodes was developed. Animal experiments were performed using the same stimulation protocol as in the computer simulations in order to rigorously validate the model predictions and understand its limitations. This software displays complete video demonstrations of different procedures like isolation and mounting of animal tissues followed by on screen interactive interface to study the effects of various drugs on the isolated tissues. It simulates / demonstrates experiments causing undue pain to animals. The presentation is made user friendly and self explanatory.
Data Processing Through Image Processing using Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Nadiya Mehraj | Harveen Kour Image Denoising is an important pre-processing task which is used before further processing of image. The purpose of denoising is to remove the noise while retaining the edges and other detailed features. This noise gets introduced during the process of acquisition, transmission and reception and storage and retrieval of the data. Due to this there is degradation in visual quality of image. Wavelets play a major role in image compression and image denoising as they support the property of sparsity and multi resolution structure. Wavelet Thresholding is important technique in wavelet domain filtering. Many image filters are found which perform well when the noise conditions are low. But as the noise conditions go on increasing their performance gets degraded. Thus, it is felt that there is sufficient scope to investigate and develop quite efficient but simple algorithms to suppress moderate and high power noise in images. Nadiya Mehraj | Harveen Kour "Data Processing Through Image Processing using Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18819.pdf
INVESTMENT PATTERN OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN MADURAI CITY published in

Journal of Management Research and Analysis

Published by Innovative Publication
Dr. R. Ganapathi All the citizens are engaged in various activities depending on the knowledge availability of funds and feasibility of return from the activities to generate income for meeting the basic requirements of the human being. After meeting the basic requirements if there is any balance, it is kept as the saving which can be utilized for the future requirement. If the saving of the individual is kept in the home or locker, there will not be any return from the saving. Instead of keeping the savings idle without any income. If is invested in the outside, adequate income may be generated from the savings. Hence all the people try to invest the amount saved in various nature of investment to get maximum return. The investors based on their choice select different area for investment share market is considered one of the best are of investment. Normally in all business goods and services are bought and sold. While in the share market shares, debentures and bonds issued by the Government and Public limited companies are bought and sold. In olden days due to lake of adequate literacy the awareness about the share market was very poor. After some time some of the people entered in share market business directly. Some of item involved in share business with the help of agents and brokers. All most all business there is a possibility for getting profit or loss in the business. But in most of the business if it is managed properly with planned mechanism, surely we can expect considerable return from the business based on the volume of capital invested in it. We have developed well in all business when compared with the status of business development at the time of independence. Government employees in Madurai have considerable savings as the cost of living of the City is comparatively less than other cities in Tamil Nadu and also in India. Further nowadays the government offers better salary to the government employees due to the policy of pay commission of the government of India. After meeting the family requirement every month considerable amount is kept for savings they prefer to utilize their savings in investment where they can get more rate of return for their investment. Most of the government employees are well educated and have more experience in various fields. But they do not have thorough knowledge in the investment area to get return for their investment. They must be given awareness about the area of investment and rate of return from various nature of investment. Hence a study was undertaken by the researchers in the above topic INVESTMENT PATTERN OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN MADURAI CITY.
DISPOSAL OF BACKLOG CASES: A MILESTONE TO ACHIEVE published in

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Hiranmaya Nanda, Prof(Dr.) Jayadev Pati This paper is an attempt to examine the reasons behind delay in justice delivery system through backlog of cases and lack of manpower in the judicial administration system. Although the clearance of pending cases in the present day is the most difficult task to be managed still endeavour is being taken for the same by implementation of various mechanisms for speeding up the disposal process in this field.
A correlative study of nutrient intake with certain selected variables among the rural women during pregnancy in Meerut Block published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MUNESH NEHRA, KANCHAN KULSHRESTHA AND RITA BAKSHI A survey was conducted on 300 women aged 15-30 years during their pregnancy in Meerut block of district Meerut. An interview schedule was used for collection of information related to socio-economic and demographic characteristics and nutritional intake. Food consumed by the women for three consecutive days was used to ascertain the nutrient intake. Significant and positive impact of family income on nutrient intake and significant and negative impact of number of children and members in the family on nutrient intake were observed among the rural pregnant women.
Firm Characteristics and Accounting Fraud: A Multivariate Approach (Firma Karakteristikleri ve Muhasebe Hilesi: Çok Değişkenli Yaklaşım) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Ahmet ÖZCAN The accounting frauds have massive adverse impacts on the business environment. Due to high incidence of accounting fraud in the economic environment, regulatory bodies make considerable efforts to the development of a reliable and accurate model that can detect accounting fraud. The primary objective of this paper is to establish an empirical model that significantly contributes to the development of a reliable model for detecting accounting fraud committed by firms listed on Borsa İstanbul. This study investigates ten accounting variables with probit regression analysis and covers 144 firms between the time period of 2005 to 2015. The results indicate that firms with low liquidity ratios are more probable to issue fraudulent financial statements, negative financial performance is a vital motivational factor for fraud, smaller firms are more likely to issue fraudulent financial statements, firms with high debt to equity are more likely to be classified as fraud firms and fraud firms have lower accounts receivable turnover and inventory turnover than non-fraud firms.
Papuloerythroderma of Ofuji: A first case report from Indonesia published in

Journal of General-Procedural Dermatology & Venereology Indonesia

Published by Universitas Indonesia
Graciella Regina, Listya Paramita, Sunardi Radiono, Yohannes Widodo Wirohadidjojo, William Faber Papuloerythroderma (PE) is a rare skin disease which was first described by Ofuji et al. in 1984, with a typical sign that the lesions spare the large cutaneous folds, known as the deck chair sign. Due to its recent identification, this disease is still underrecognized and may lead to misdiagnosis. We reported the first case report of PE of Ofuji from Indonesia in which the diagnosis was delayed for two years. Besides the deck chair sign in the large cutaneous fold, we also found that the area between and above his eyebrows that was relatively spared in contrast to the sparing of the cutaneous folds, and it may be considered as pseudo-deck chair sign. The patient showed good response with combination therapy of phototherapy with Narrow-Band Ultraviolet B (NBUVB), oral methotrexate, and corticosteroids. The deck chair sign disappeared after six months therapy, but the patient’s skin was still xerotic.
SOCIO TECHNOLOGICAL APPROACH TO USER ACCEPTANCE OF SPEECH TO TEXT TECHNOLOGY: A TAMIL PERSPECTIVE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
R S Vignesh Raj, Ashik Ali, Dr. BabakKhazaei Technology has made considerable advancements.in certain parts of the world; there is a disconnect between social system and technology which could influence the user acceptance of the latter, partly because it was designed givinglittle importance to the culture, way of life and attitude of the people in that region. This paper aims to introduce socio-technological approach to user acceptance of certain technologies with primary focus on speech-to-text technology in Tamil language. Keywords: Tamil; speech to text; technology; Tamil Nadu; Socio technological approach
Extraction and Analysis of Pyrolysed Oil Derived From HDPE published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
T. Kathiravan | S. Mohamed Nasrulla | G. Saravanan The present study summaries the extraction and analysis of pyrolysed oil derived from waste plastic. The current rate of economic growth is unsustainable without saving of fossil fuels like crude oil, natural gas, coal etc. There has always been an increase in demand for fossil fuels while at the same time a depletion in its amount. Development and modernization have brought about a huge increase in the production of all kinds of commodities using plastics which indirectly generates waste. Plastics have wide range of applications due to versatility and relatively low cost. This project focuses on the importance and implementation of Waste to Energy technology by deriving pyrolysed oil from plastic. The plastic opted for experimentation is High Density Polyethylene due to its properties favoring the process of Pyrolysis. Pyrolysis is the process of thermal degradation of plastic in the absence of oxygen. An experimental setup in order to accomplish pyrolysis was fabricated and thus, the raw pyrolysis oil was extracted. The raw fuel derived was vacuum distilled to obtain the clear pyrolysed oil, whose analysis conducted in a Computer Integrated IC Engine test rig. The performance, efficiency and emission test of the distilled pyrolysed oil was experimentally calculated by blending with diesel at different blend ratios. T. Kathiravan | S. Mohamed Nasrulla | G. Saravanan"Extraction and Analysis of Pyrolysed Oil Derived From HDPE" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd13046.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/13046/extraction-and-analysis-of-pyrolysed-oil-derived-from-hdpe/t-kathiravan
Link between the occurrence of various forms of cancer and chronic exposure to pesticides published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Ghulam Nabi, Bashir Ahmad, Ghufran, Akhtar Hussain, Sikandar Khan The occurrence of cancer in human is strongly associated with chronic exposure to various pesticides. Users may be exposed to pesticides through different ways, such as inhalation (absorption through the lungs) dermal contact (absorption through the skin or eyes) or ingestion (through the mouth). The pesticides such as, arsenic pesticides, dicamba, dieldrin, carbofuran, carbamate, organophosphate, phenyoxyaceticacid, furans, dioxin, pendimethlin and metolachlor are associated with lung cancer. Chronic exposure of dioxin, herbicides, maneb/mancozeb, parathion and carbaryl are extensively associated with the development of melanoma. Similarly the occurrence of prostate cancer is linked with organochlorine, triazine and organophosphates. Pancreatic cancer can be caused by chronic exposure to DDT, DDD ethylan, pendimethalin and overall organochlorine pesticides while breast cancer is strongly linked with organochlorines. This mini review focuses some of the commonly used pesticides and its association with the development of various forms of cancers. Keywords: Cancer, Arsenic, Pesticides
SYNTHESIS OF AROMATIC ACETYLENIC ALCOHOLS AND THEIR VINYL ETHERS OF THE BASED PHENYLACETYLENE, ANILINE AND ACETYLENE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Odiljon E. Ziyadullaev*, Fazliddin X. Musaev, Umid G. Narbaev The aim of research work is opening of physical out physical characteristics of synthesis of new aromatic acetylenic alcohols and their vinyl ester on the base local raw material and waste, and also elaboration of new industrial technologies. Investigation of synthesis of aromatic acetylenic alcohols with high yields with using of different method at using of phenylacetylene ower croton aldehydes and ketones (acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, methyl isopropyl ketone, acetophenone and pinokalin) in the presence of different catalysts; carring out of chemical and structural analysis’s and on the base of chemical theories and laws the scientifical basing of effectivity of aromatic acetylenic alcohols synthesis by different methods. Determination of optimal conditions of aromatic acetylenic alcohols vinylation by acetylene in the presence of catalytical systems MOH+DMSO+DMP, CsF-MOH-DMSO and MOH/Cactiv.. Determination the most anticorrosion action of aromatic acetylenic alcohols against microorganism cause biocorrosion of metal and steel equipment of processing of oil and gas, elaboration of improvement methods of investigations of preparates on the base of vinyl ester aromatic acetylenic alcohols for extraction of sulfer-containing compound in products of processing of oil and gas.
DYNAMIC APPROACH FOR SECURE DEDUPLICATION OF DATA OVER THE COLUD published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
Thrimurthulu Pallapothu * , P B Siva Varma Information deduplication is one of critical information pressure methods for killing copy duplicates of rehashing information and has been broadly utilized as a part of distributed storage keeping in mind the end goal to minimize the measure of storage room and spare transfer speed. For insurance of information security, this paper makes an endeavor to basically address the issue of approved information deduplication. To secure the classification of imperative information while supporting deduplication, the concurrent encryption system has been proposed to scramble the information before outsourcing. Alongside the information the benefit level of the client is additionally checked so as to guarantee whether he is an approved client or not. Security investigation exhibits that our plan is secure regarding the definitions indicated in the proposed security display. We demonstrate that our proposed approved copy check plot has negligible overhead contrasted with ordinary operations. As a proof of idea, we execute a model of our proposed approved copy check plan and direct tried analyses utilizing our model. This paper tries to minimize the information duplication that happens in half breed distributed storage by utilizing different strategies
Study on Spatio- Economic Relationship of Industries in Greater Nagpur Area published in

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Rashmi S. Waghmare This paper is an attempt to address the spatio-economic relationship of the industries and the general theory and challenges relating to the industrial location. The existing industrial performance of the region, the top performing and lagging industries of the region along with the spatial analysis were ascertained, using tools like shift share analysis, location quotients and delineation tools such as land and economic suitability matrix. Nagpur is becoming one of the major nuclei for Industrial Growth in the State of Maharashtra and the country in a larger perspective. Thus, this paper tries to represents the regional industrial environment through proper industrial mix where the enterprises can make profit by determining spatial margin to profitability. It can be used as the foundation for enterprises to select locations and type of industries in the overall scope of industry allocation.
A Simple score System to Reduce the Negative Appendicectomy rate published in

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Rakesh Panda, Charan Panda, Sushanta Ku. Das, Sachin Katyal The vermiform appendix is considered by most to be a vestigial organ ; its importance in surgery results only from its propensity for inflammation, which results in clinical syndrome known as acute appendicitis. Appendicectomy is commonest emergency operation in surgical practice. However 15% to 30% of all appendicectomies, the appendix is healthy. Alvarado scoring system is a simple simple which not only helps in diagnosing acute appendicitis clinically but also decreasing the negative appendicectomy rate and its hazards performed in the cases of non specific abdominal pain having low Alvarado score1. The aim of my study was to analyze the age, sex, dietary habit, clinical presentations , to apply Alvarado score to each patient and to calculate its accuracy by comparing with the histopathological study of resected specimens and the standard literature results. The study was conducted on 216 patients who came to MKCG MCH ,Berhampur, Odisha for treatment during the period of July 2012- Jun 2014. The patients underwent thorough clinical examination and were applied Alvarado Score system in diagnosing acute appendicitis . The data of the study was represented by bar graphs and pie charts. Majority of the patients were of 10-30 years (%). In our study males constituted 56% and females 44%.Low fibre diet intake was common in appendicitis group. The most common complaint was pain RIF(100%).The most frequently found sign was Tenderness RIF(100%),. 73.9% cases of the appendicitis group showed W.B..C count within 10,000 to 14,000/cc and among these 96% showed shift to left. "Alvarado Score" of more than 8 found to be highly effective in the establishment of accurate diagnosis. In Histological study 88% patients proved to be histologically positive for acute appendicitis, proving diagnostic accuracy of Alvarado Score 88%.So the negative appendicectomy rate was reduced from 21%(MY P Chan Study) to 12% in this study
The Roles of Brackish Water Aquaculture in Fish Supply and Food Security in Some Coastal Communities of Rivers State, Nigeria published in

International Journal of Agricultural Science and Food Technology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Ojo Andrew Akinrotimi*, Olajunmoke Modupe Edun, Evans Williams Ibama Background and Aim: Fish plays a crucial role in human nutrition and food supply across the globe, particularly among the poor segment of the society. Food fish currently represents the major source of animal protein needed for growth and development, especially among the children and women who are more vulnerable to malnutrition in developing countries. The importance of food to an individual and society cannot be over emphasized, as food is a basic necessity of life and sufficient intake of quality food is imperative for people to live a strong, vibrant and productive life. Considering the importance of fish food, this study therefore assessed the contribution of brackish water fish farming to stable fish supply and food security in coastal communities of Rivers State.
Delamination and First Ply Failure Study of Composite Conoidal Shells published in

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Kaustav Bakshi and Dipankar Chakravorty Interlaminar and intralaminar failure modes of composite conoidal shells are investigated in this paper using finite element as the mathematical tool. One of the prerequisites for confidently applying the composite shells in practical civil engineering is to have a comprehensive idea about the shell behavior under different loading conditions. The static bending and free vibration responses of laminated composite conoidal shells are now well known as a good number of technical papers have been published by different researchers. But for these materials which are weak in transverse shear failure may initiate at any inner lamina or interface and may remain undetected and unattended. Such latent damages may progress gradually and lead to a sudden total ply failure. Due to fabrication problems or overloading, delamination defect may occur and remain hidden within the lamina. Hence it is imperative to have knowledge of the first ply failure load and the load at which delamination initiates. To explore this area, in this paper, a simply supported shell is considered loaded by concentrated load. Lamination and the load position are varied to investigate the first ply failure characteristics of the composite shell. Well accepted failure theories like maximum stress, Hoffman, Tsai-Wu and Tsai-Hill are used in the current formulation to obtain failure loads. While obtaining the failure loads, each lamina is considered to be under plane stress condition i.e. no transverse stresses are considered to act on any lamina. Comparison of failure loads obtained from both the failure modes are also presented to get the minimum failure load which will govern the shell design.
Review The Relationship Between Personality Style of Managers and Their Effectiveness in The Credit and Financial Institution of Samenalhojaj of Sabzevar City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sayed Hamid Reza Mirali This study examines the relationship between personality style of managers and their effectiveness in the credit and financial institution of SamenAlhojaj of Sabzevar city. This study issued the fundamental question whether personality styles of managers has positive effect on the effectiveness of the activities or not and provide assumptions based on whether is there significant relationship between the character style of the managers (personality traits and types) and their effectiveness or not, it has been tried to identify the effective factors on effectiveness of the managers. Identifying and determining the effectiveness of the managers of a credit and financial institution of SamenAlhojajSabzevar city is the main objective of the study which include the secondary objectives such as determining the relationship between personality types and effectiveness of the managers of a credit and financial institution of SamenAlhojajSabzevar city and help to enrich the institution's internal projects. This study uses a descriptive kind of research method and the field survey and the correlationand its objective is applicable.The first step examines the reports and documents and the second step distribute two types of questionnaires among the type view Myers Briggs, and effectiveness of the questionnaire specifies through inferential statistics and correlation test. The results showed the managers character depend to their mental health; therefore, it is suggested to hold administrative regular meetings to resolve workplace problems and consultations to identify psychological possible problems between managers and staff. The population of the research involves all the employees of credit and financial institutions SamenAlhojaj, which 50 person of them were selected as sample. It is worth noting that two questionnaires of type view Myers Briggs to detect four dimensions of personality and an effectiveness questionnaire to determine the treatment feature of effectiveness managers was used in the research.
Quality of Service Based Improved Dynamic Source Routing in MANETs published in

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Deepa Dasarathan, Dr. P. Nirmal Kumar Offering theQuality of Service (QoS)guarantee in a Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is a complicatedowing to node mobility, disputation for channel access, limitation centralized coordination and unreliable wireless channel. In Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) Protocol,the route breakages occur due to two main reasons: node mobility and node fault. This broken route is purged and a new route is discovered from source to destination this affects the network performance. In this paper, we propose QoSbased improved DSR in MANETs. In this scheme, the next forward node selection is based on distance, quality of service and node connectivity. Thus, it is possible to avoid the link breakages and improve the performanceof the network.
ENERGY EFFICIENT DATA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING published in

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Bharath V, Priyadarsini K The cloud heralds a new era of computing where application services are provided through the Internet. Cloud computing can enhance the computing capability of mobile systems, but is it the ultimate solution for extending such systems battery lifetimes. Cloud computing1 is a new paradigm in which computing resources such as processing, memory, and storage are not physically present at the users location. Instead, a service provider owns and manages these resources, and users access them via the Internet. For example, Amazon Web Services lets users store personal data via its Simple Storage Service (S3) and perform computations on stored data using the Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). This type of computing provides many advantages for businessesincluding low initial capital investment, shorter start-up time for new services, lower maintenance and operation costs, higher utilization through virtualization, and easier disaster recoverythat make cloud computing an attractive option. Reports suggest that there are several benefits in shifting computing from the desktop to the cloud.1, 2. The primary constraints for mobile computing are limited energy and wireless bandwidth. Cloud computing can provide energy savings as a service to mobile users, though it also poses some unique challenges.
SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF HYBRID RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR REMOTE AREA RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D.Jagan*, M.Vikram Goud, A.Srilatha This paper shows the way to design the aspects of a hybrid power system that will target remote users. The main power for the hybrid system comes from the photovoltaic (PV) panels, while the fuel cell (FC) and secondary batteries are used as backup units. Converter is incorporated, since the system will feed an AC load which is not connected to the grid. During the day, the PV array produces much more power than needed by the load, with the surplus going to the electrolyzer and the battery. At night the FC will serve the load while drawing hydrogen from the storage tank. In this system, the hydrogen tank starts the year full and ends it empty. The optimization software used for this work is the Hybrid Optimization Model for Electric Renewable (HOMER). HOMER is a design model that determines the optimal architecture and control strategy of the hybrid system. A sensitivity analysis reveals how sensitive the outputs are to changes in the inputs. In this system we specified one sensitivity variable with two values; which are the slope of fuel consumption in FC and the marginal fuel consumption of the FC. It shows that the Net Present Cost (NPC) and the Cost of Energy (COE) have increased due to the rise in fuel consumption in the FC from 0.03 to 0.05 L/hr/Kw..
BREAST CANCER TREATMENT BASED ON PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY: AN OVERVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bjorn John Stephen1, Dr. Vikram Kumar2* With the growing number of cancers cases over the years the need for effective treatments are becoming more demanding. Though many of the advancement in the development of cancer therapies are reliable, the side effects that accompany these like the lack of specificity have been a cause of concern and hence alternative therapies have now become the focus of research. Photodynamic therapy is one such therapy which is based on the combined effect of mainly three components including light, oxygen and a photosensitizes drug. The ability of the drug to be taken up by cancer cells and only become reactive on exposure to light of specific frequency, gives the therapy the advantage of being specific thus avoiding normal cells from damage. The use of photodynamic therapy for breast cancer is currently in clinical trials. This review focuses on the general aspect of photodynamic therapy and the current scenario of photodynamic therapy in the treatment of breast cancer.
SMES FINANCING IN KADUNA CITY, NIGERIA: BETWEEN GAME THEORY AND LACK OF INFORMATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
James Onuche Ayegba1*, Zhou Lu Lin1 , Peace Maina Ayegba2 & EmmanuelEffiong Ntekim The SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) a basically is economic lifeline, for majorly in developing economies growth. Similarly, the funding challenges negatively impacted the smooth advancement of sustainable entrepreneurship. Collaborations between enterprises and banks constitute the sole reason why SMEs’ is constraint in receiving finances; the banking sector lack the full knowledge of the challenges face by SMEs such as their daily running cost and their credit incur nor turnover increment and so on. This paper used game theory to analyses financing growth strategies of SMEs in the city of Kaduna with the problem associated with sustaining the economic development of competitive market within the city.
Comparative Impact of Physico- Chemical and Nutritional Parameters on some Phytopathogenic Fungi Isolated from the Phyllosphere of Diseased Tea Leaf (Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze). published in

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Jahanara Begam, G. D. Sharma The present study has been evaluated to observe the comparative impact and susceptibility in different physicochemical and nutritional parameters on the mycelial growth of some phytopathogenic fungi viz.; Pestalotiopsis sp, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, F. solani, Alternaria alternata and Cladosporium cladosporoids isolated from the phyllosphere of diseased tea leaf (Camellia sinensis L. O. Kuntze). The result implied different cultural activities of spore germination and mycelium growth on different culture media, carbon and nitrogen sources. The pathogens were categorized according to temperature, pH level and salt tolerance capacity. The result indicated fast growth of all the pathogens on Potato Malt Agar medium followed by Potato Dextrose Agar but change in colony morphology. Among the carbon sources tested dextrose combined medium has produced highest mycelium by Pestalotiopsis sp and Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and in case of nitrogen sources tested Ammonium nitrate has yielded highest mycelia followed by malt extract, NaNO?, KNO?, Ammonium sulphate and peptone. The experimental results of physical parameter implied that the pathogen showed batter growth in 25? C to 35?C temperature which can be categorized as mesophiles and among the observed pH level tolerance test maximum growth was observed at pH 5.5. Alternaria alternata and F. solani showed highest tolerance (2.5%) of NaCl salt.
Factors Contributing to the Effectiveness of Internal Audit: Case Study of Internal Audit in the Public Sector in Kosovo published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Leonora Haliti Rudhani Nexhmie Berisha Vokshi Shqipdona Hashani Since audit has a great importance in preventing, consulting and finding cases of funds misuse, it was thought of analyzing the factors that contribute to increasing the efficiency of internal audit in the public sector which would help to set proper and more transparent governance of public financial resources. This study investigated the relationship between effectiveness and contributing factors. The data for the study were collected through an online questionnaire and direct hand-outs of such. The results of the empirical analysis proved that effectiveness has a positive relationship with internal audit quality, the competence of the internal audit team, the independence of internal audit, as well as with the support of internal audit from the management. Moreover, it was confirmed that audit quality is the fundamental element of the effectiveness of internal audit since it was among the most influential factors in the sample.
Historical Tanks of Basavuru Kampana (With Special Reference To Heggere of Haveri) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr.Jagadeesh Kivudanava, Shivayogi Korishettar Abstract- Water is very much essential for our religious purpose as well as our daily life and we cannot think of anything without water. Hence, the Hindus spiritual activities are greatly attached with water and the members of royal families and rich individuals began to construct the tanks. Basa Uru or Basavuru-140 was an administrative unit (Kampana) in the province of Banavasi-12000 of ancient Kuntaladesa. This Kampana was existed from 8th century A.D. to 13th century A. D. Modern Hirebasuru of Hanagal taluk, was the head quarter. The rulers of Senavara and Khachara family ruled over Basavuru-140. The Kampana has many historical tanks. The Heggere is most important among them. The paper throws light on the historical tanks of Basa Vuru Kampana.
UPGRADATION OF SALINE SOIL BY PHERETIMA SPECIES OF LAKHUWALI HEAD HANUMANGARH, RAJASTHAN, INDIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jaswant Singh*, H.K. Singh, B.S. Parmar Vermicompost is very necessary to full fill the high demand in agriculture field. It is challenging condition to grow plant in saline area at Hanumangarh. The low marginal content are found in saline soil Lakhuwali head Hanumangarh pH =8.20, EC=5.41 (Ds/m) OC= 0.15%, P =20 (Kg/ha), K=750 (Kg/ha). After treated the value add content – P H=7.86, EC=4.43 (Ds/m), OC= 0.19%, P=29 (Kg/ha), K=775 (Kg/ha). The value add vermicompost by Pheretima compost content of saline soil OC=+ 0.4%, P=+9(Kg/ha), K=+25 (Kg/ha).There are R 2 nt= 0.02 and R2 t= 0.058 in this present research. This technique may be useful in saline area.
Morpho-Anatomical Diversity of Leaves in Lagerstroemia L. [Lythraceae] published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Anil A.Kshirsagar and N.P.Vaikos The anatomical studies of leaf in six species of Lagerstroemia are investigated. The anatomy of leaf is variable in all examined species. The leaves are dorsiventral and hypostomatic. The distribution of mechanical tissues is very interesting, which are in the form of collenchyma, sclerenchyma and vascular tissues. The mesophyll is made of palisade and spongy tissue. The palisade is one or three layered of unequal sized cells. Hypoderm is recorded in some species, hypoderm is either collenchymatous or parenchymatous.The midrib region is broad. The vascular bundle is an arc shaped; bicolateral and which is surrounded by patches of sclerenchyma.Trichomes are recorded in some species. The stomatal guard cells with outer ledges. The leaf anatomy can be employed for segregation of studied taxa.
Novel Promising Algorithm to suppress Spoof Attack by Cryptography Firewall2014 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prof Hadadi Sudheendra | Dr. N Krishnamurthy Spoof attack suppression by the biometric information incorporation is the new and modern method ofavoid and as well suppression the attack online as well Off line . Wireless networks provide variousadvantages in real world. This can help businesses to increase their productivity, lower cost andeffectiveness, increase scalability and improve relationship with business partners and attractcustomers. In recent decades, we have witnessed the evolution of biometric technology from the firstpioneering works in face and voice recognition to the current state of development wherein a widespectrum of highly accurate systems may be found, ranging from largely deployed modalities, such asfingerprint, face, or iris, to more marginal ones, such as signature or hand. Fingerprints cannot lie, butliars can make fingerprints". Unfortunately, this paraphrase of an old quote attributed to Mark Twain1has been proven right in many occasions now. And not only for fingerprints, but also for many otherbiometric traits such as face, iris, voice or even gait. Every technology has its own time. Since the firstpioneering works on automatic voice and face recognition over 40 years ago [1]"“[2][3], steady andcon]tinuous progress has been made in the development of biometric technology. Driven by the veryappealing new security biometric paradigm "forget about cards and passwords, you are your own key",researchers from many different fields such as image processing, computer vision or patternrecognition, have applied the newest techniques in each of these areas to improve the performance ofbiometric systems [4]. This path of technological evolution has permitted the use of biometrics in manydiverse activities such as forensics, border and access control, surveillance or on-line commerce. Prof Hadadi Sudheendra | Dr. N Krishnamurthy"Novel Promising Algorithm to suppress Spoof Attack by Cryptography Firewall2014" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15801.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/15801/novel-promising-algorithm-to-suppress-spoof-attack-by-cryptography-firewall2014/prof-hadadi-sudheendra
Clinical and Microbiological Profile of Post Intramuscular Injection Abscesses at a Tertiary Care Hospital: A Prospective Study. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Thrishuli P. B, Dr Shivanand Reddy K. V, Dr. Gowri. V. R -
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER PERCEPTION ABOUT FAST FOOD QUALITY OF CHICK PUNCH IN TRICHY REGION published in

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Vignesh. J, P. Guru ?e purpose of conducting this research project is to examine the factors of food quality, service quality as well as restaurant environment that influenced customer satisfaction and revisit intention of chick punch fast food restaurant in Trichy. ?e literature reviews are included in this research as to provide better understanding towards the influential factors on dining experience as well as provide justification towards the research questions and research problems. Primary data were collected through survey questionnaire for this research purposes and 26 sets of questionnaire were distributed to the target respondents which are from several areas in Trichy. In this study percentage analysis & chi square test used to interpret the data collected. ?e data collected through survey questionnaires are able to be analyzed and results obtained are discussed in the form of table as well as charts. In addition, major findings of this research project were discussed in order to understand the relationship between food quality, service quality and restaurant environment towards customer satisfaction as well as relationship between customer satisfactions and revisit intention. On the other hand, the limitations faced in this study will be addressed and recommendations will be developed to assist future researchers in managing these limitation.
Cycloneair Flow Field Simulation And Particle Characteristics (Pm10.0, Pm2.5) Analysis published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Chih Ndash Hunghuang, Jia Ndash Twulee In real life, a good mathematical model calculations and with the appropriate simulation equations by computer fast computing power, its accuracy is pretty amazing. The development of modern science and engineering, all the innovation and invention, were intended to improve the living standards of our humanity. Since we could not avoid the dust generated in the environment, the dust collector was the life of a very important tool for dusting. How to improve this little helper, increasing further enhance the efficiency of the dust collector,was the main objective of this study.This research were bothexploratory and confirmatory studies at the same time.This study simulated cyclone air flow field, mining groups A and B to do experimental design Two experimental groups the biggest difference were that the way was the wind A group tangentially into the annular inner dust collector. Group B was the way into the wind, a non-tangential direction into the ring inside of dust collector. Respectively, inlet position of both groups(A and B) were with low, medium and high into the air to do different trials comparing. CFD software package was a powerful computing capabilities. its dynamic equations of fluid mechanics, was a self to do know how rational, logical judgment of engineering objects. After each group different attempt,simulation results showed that: (1) the way of the wind cut flush to the surface, regardless of the position in the low, which medium or high position, the resulting vortex, were smooth on the way of the wind cut flush to the surface in a non-person. (2) the way of the wind did not cut flush to the surface, regardless of the position in the low, which medium or high position, vortex generated by all the way of the wind into the ring true to cut flush to the surface of those. (3) at a fixed speed, the less were rotating scroll smoothly, the lessthe amounts of dust falling. The more vortex rotations were not smooth, the more the amounts of dust falling.After the actual operation of large cyclone separation, under the electron microscope SEM could be found that: (4) SiCparticleswerescreened to Separate out different sizes. (5)For further,This study analyzedthe changes betweenPM10.0 and PM2.5 particle. Conclusions, (6) The waysofthe windinto cyclone and a non-tangential direction into the annular internal dust collector, were dust collector with turbulent eddies of internal rotation mainly toproduce the highest position.It was that the outlet had the greatest amount of dust and dust had the best performance.
Effect of irrigation and nutrient management on growth, yield, quality and water use of summer baby corn (Zea mays L.) in new alluvial zone of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. ROY, A. SENGUPTA, M. BARMAN, A. M. PUSTE AND S. K. GUNRI A field experiment was conducted in sandy-loam soil in the Instructional Farm of Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya to study the effect of irrigation and nutrient management on growth, yield attributes, yield, quality and WUE of baby corn (cv. Super 36) during summer of 2011 and 2012. The experiment was laid out in split-plot design having 4 irrigation treatments, viz. I - rainfed and I to I irrigation at 0.5, 0.75 and 1.0 ratio of IW/CPE as main-plot and 3 different nutrient 1 2 4 managements, N - 75% RDF (120:60:60 kg ha-1), N - 100% RDF and N - 75% RDF along with FYM (Farmyard manure) 1 2 3 (6.0 t ha-1), as sub-plot treatments, replicated thrice. Application of irrigation and nutrient management markedly influenced growth, yield components and yield and these were (both corn as well as fodder) produced maximum with the application of irrigation at I treatment + balance supply of organic as well as inorganic sources of plant nutrients. Among 4 the treatment variables, least performance exhibited under rain-fed situation, which received 75% RDF alone. Irrigation and nutrient management significantly influenced protein content of baby corn and highest value was with N treatment. 3 Consumptive use of water increased with increasing levels of irrigation and highest was observed under irrigation at 1.0 ratio of IW/CPE with 75% RDF and FYM. However, the maximum water use efficiency was recorded under 0.5 ratio of IW/CPE in combination with integrated nutrient management. Thus, it may be concluded that maintenance of optimum moisture as well as integrated nutrient management is ideal for growing summer baby corn in this region
STUDY OF HAEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN HYPERTENSION AND THEIR CORRELATION WITH BLOOD PRESSURE. published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Ashishkumar C. Zala*, Dr. Ruchita M. Manvar, Dr. Prakash Malam, Dr. Naresh D. Kantharia Context: Increasing evidence has underlined the importance of haematological parameters in the Pathophysiology of hypertension and its contribution to the associated complications. However the correlation between haematological parameters and blood pressure levels is not clearly understood. Aims: Study was done to evaluate the haematological parameters in patients with hypertension and to check their correlation, if any, between these parameters and systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Settings and Design: Its observational study. Methods and Material: Hemoglobin (Hb), Packed cell volume (PCV) and Red blood cell (RBC) count were measured in thirty hypertensive and thirty normotensive subjects. Statistical analysis used: Pearsons correlation analysis was performed to study the correlation between these parameters and systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Results: Hemoglobin (Hb), packed cell volume (PCV) correlated negatively with systolic and diastolic blood pressure in hypertensive. No significant correlation was observed between these parameters and blood pressure levels in normotensive controls. Conclusions: Lesser hemoglobin level was observed in hypertensive subjects as denoted by decreased Hb levels and decreased PCV.
A Qualitative Research on the Role of Landscape Architecture in & Around Hospital Premises as an Aid to Medical Treatment in Chennai published in

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R. V. Nagarajan, Dr. Ravi K. Bhargava The milieu of the hospitals ought to be healthy and hygienic for the patients to recuperate from their illness. The role of trees and plants in a hospital premises is considered a dynamic parameter of creating up the hospital quality. This paper attempts to discern the ratio of minimum land / area required for the medicinal landscape to the area of hospital units. The very question how to border out the minimum quantity of trees required for a hospital landscape is the prime aim of this research. Secondly, what are the aspects (air purification, killing bacteria, noise reduction, etc.) to be considered in selection of trees, is the next level of research. Finally, aiding with the statistical results of a surveillance conducted in hospitals, this research narrows down to the ratio (x:y) for a typical hospital premises, where x is the minimum area required for n number of occupants (patients, non-patients, hospital-staff, etc.) and y is the minimum open space required for the medicinal landscape to be executed for a Healthy Hospital.
Effects of Parcourse Training on Selected Performance Related Physical Fitness Parameters of Handball Players published in

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Dr. S. Manikandan The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of parcourse training on selected performance related physical fitness parameters of handball players. To achieve this purpose, thirty male handball players were selected as subjects, their aged between 18 to 25 years, they are studying in the department of physical education and sports sciences, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. The selected subjects were divided into two equal groups of fifteen subjects each, namely parcourse training group and control group. The parcourse training group trained for three alternative days in a week for twelve weeks with three sets per exercise per session at 60 to 80% with a progressive increase in load with the number of weeks. Speed and strength endurance were selected as criterion variables and they were tested by using 50 metres dash and Bent knee sit-ups respectively. ANCOVA was used to find out the significant difference if any between the groups. The results of the study showed that there was a significant difference on selected criterion variables such as speed and strength endurance between parcourse training group and control group.
Effect of nitrogen and sulphur levels on seed yield and some other characters in mustard [Brassica juncea (L.) Czern and Coss] published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MAHIPAT SINGH1 AND MUKESH KUMAR* An experiment was conducted during Rabi 2009-10 at the research farm of Institute of Agricultural Science, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi to find out the effect of different levels of nitrogen and sulphur on seed yield and other characters on Varuna variety of Indian mustard. Different levels, 40, 80 and 120 kg/ha nitrogen and 15, 30, and 45 kg / ha sulphur significantly out yielded the 0 kg/ha nitrogen and sulphur in seed and biological yield. Almost similar results were obtained in case of siliquae / plant, siliquae length, number of seed/siliquae, harvest index, oil and protein content in seed. The application of 120 kgN/ha and 45 kg S/ha was the best combination for getting higher seed yield with its better quality.
EXPENDITURES OF LOCAL BUDGETS IN THE SYSTEM OF INTERBUDGETARY RELATIONS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Karamushka Larissa The subjects of research are theoretical and practical issues of planning expenditures of the budgets of local self-government. The aim of the study is to disclose the essence of expenditures of local budgets in the system of interbudgetary relations. Research methods. In the work applied a set of scientific methods and approaches, including systemic, structural, comparative, factor methods, which enabled the conceptual unity of research. Results of work. The essence of expenditures of local budgets in the system of interbudgetary relations. Peculiarities of the formation expenses of the budgets of local self-government in the conditions of economic reforms. Determined that the implementation of the budget process with the use of program-target method should provide the transparency and efficiency of local budgets; strengthening the accountability of managers of budget funds for the achievement of outcomes and monitoring the effectiveness of expenses; scheduling expenditures of local budgets for the next budget period based on socio-economic outcomes resulting from the implementation of budget programs in the previous period. Currently, there is a need to increase the transparency and efficiency of expenditures of local budgets, ensuring their connection with the strategic goals of socio-economic policy of the administrative-territorial units. Developed approaches to the formation of budget programs based on the priorities of the national and regional policy, strategic plans of development of territories and sectors of the economy in the medium and long term. Appropriate scientific justification for the separation of costs between the links of the budget system, the determining factor must be the effective use of budgetary funds. Scope of results. Local budgets. Planning of budget expenditures in the system of budgetary control. Conclusions. Expenditures of local budgets is an effective tool for the regulation of socio-economic development of territories. Features of functioning of local expenditures occur in their composition and structure, and the effectiveness of their planning determines the level of performance by local authorities of their functions and powers. Planning of expenditures of local budgets is an important component of a financial management system that ensures the formation of budgetary performance by establishing objectives for the next budget period and the prospective period with the aim of improving efficiency, effectiveness and transparency of the budget process. Reforming the system of planning of expenditures of local budgets should take into account the experience of countries with developed and transition economies, including the introduction of performance budgeting and medium-term planning into the budget process at the local government level. The approach developed European countries to program budgeting is important from the point of view of the need to strengthen fiscal discipline and improving the efficiency of expenditures of local budgets through their long-term planning and rationalization of budget allocation in priority areas of regional development. During the development of methodological basis for the compilation and execution of local budgets by program-target method, it is advisable to take into account relevant experience in system implementation, monitoring and evaluation of budget programs based on effective indicators of their performance.
The articulation of the notes in treaties dedicated to woodwind instruments from the Baroque era published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Ignc Csaba FILIP The articulations described in the treaties from the baroque era give proof to a wider variety, compared to the ones used in our days. The knowledge and application of these types of articulations offers a possibility to spread and enrich the expression palette of each performer and can be used not only with baroque instruments but also by performers of modern instruments.
EXERGETIC COMPARISON OF HALF - EFFECT, SINGLE - EFFECT AND DOUBLE - EFFECT ABSORPTION CYCLES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rabi Karaali This work presents exergy analysis of a double effect parallel flow, single effect and half effect absorption systems for comparison. A computer program is developed for the thermodynamic properties of lithium bromide - water solutions by the author in FORTRAN codes for the exergy analysis. The coefficient performance (COP) and the exergetic coefficient performance (ECOP) of the double effe ct parallel flow absorption systems are higher than the single effect and the half effect cycles. For the double effect cycle COP and ECOP are found as 1.196 and 0.284, and for the single effect cycle COP and ECOP are found as 0.68 and 0.254, respectively. For the half effect cycle COP and ECOP are found as 0.455 and 0.24, respectively. For each component the exergy loss is calculated. Most of the irreversibilities are found in the evaporator and in the absorber. It is concluded that the performance of the evaporator and the absorber is crucial for the three cycles. Better design and improving of these two components will directly improve and affect positively the performance and the working conditions of the three cycles.
CONSUMER PERCEPTION OF BUSINESS MAGAZINES published in

4D International journal of Management And Science

Published by Ashok Kumar Sinha &Nisha Singh
Dr. Nisha Singh Dr. Chandra Bhusan Singh Dr. Prabha Kishore Business Magazines have an important role to play in the urban and semi-urban population of India. There are certain qualities in Business magazines which keep the consumer tie up with it. In order to bring out the consumer’s likes and dislikes, their preference standard, the frequency of uses and other apparent and hidden traits, this research work was conducted in the National Capital Region of India. National Capital Region is the only region which truly depicts and represents Indian consumers. It comprises of the State of Delhi, Haryana, (Gurgaon and Faridabad, the two most important Business and Industrial township), U.P (Noida, Greater Noida, and Ghaziabad, all important educational and industrial hubs of India). The research survey was conducted from various demographic factors such as age, profession, gender (male and female) and various Income groups. There are three main factors, on which analysis was done, 1) Consumer Preferences 2) Features of Magazines (Quality, Authenticity and Subscription) 3) Promotional Offers Further, a cross-tabulation was done on different age groups and income groups. At the end conclusions were drawn in such way which could be used by the present and future Business Magazines in launching and upgrading their present status in order to sustain and expand their business. The aim of this project is to understand the consumer perception of Business Magazines, their preferences and likes and dislikes in the Nation Capital Region, Delhi. Thus to arrive at an authentic finding in order to make aware the Business Magazines all about their present and prospective consumers. This will serve as valid points while taking a strategic decision towards, launching, upgrading, product specification and marketing.
What can Multi-Biomarker Approach Tells Us about the Impact of Pollution on Freshwater Biota Health? published in

Journal of International Environmental Application & Science

Published by Journal of International Environmental Application & Science
Valbona Aliko, Valon Morina, Eldores Sula The health of freshwater ecosystems and their biota exposed to continuous detrimental effects of environmental contaminants can be better assessed by integrating analytical chemical analysis with carefully selected biological endpoints measured in tissues of species of concern. These biological endpoints include molecular, biochemical and physiological markers (i.e. biomarkers) that when integrated, can clarify issues of contaminant bioavailability, bioaccumulation and ecological effects while enabling a better understanding of the effects of non-chemical stressors. Here, a battery of biomarkers, devised to measure cellular damage, antioxidant enzyme activity and physiological impairment, were combined with chemical analysis of water column, sediment and tissue, to determine exposure to and the effects of pollution at sites within Sitnica River (Kosovo). Carp fish, Cyprinus carpio, collected in situ through electrofishing were used as test species to determine the possible alterations in biochemical and physiological biomarkers. Our results confirmed a significant increase of hepatic alanine transaminase (ALT), aspartate transaminase (AST), glutathione-S-transferase (GST), catalase (CAT) and superoxide-dismutase (SOD) in blood. Both, blood glucose (GLU) and cortisol concentration were also significantly increased. Alteration in liver histological structure, increased in the frequency of micronuclei (MN) and nuclear abnormalities (ENA) in erythrocytes, were the most discriminating biomarkers among sites. This holistic approach to environmental assessment is encouraged as it helps to identify the integrated impact of chemical contamination on organisms and to provide a realistic measure of environmental quality. Key words: Multi-biomarker approach, Freshwater biota health, Pollution
Appraisal of experiential learning in apparel production published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MEENU SRIVASTAVA AND RUPAL BABEL The recent adoption of computers in the apparel industry signals a challenge to educators in higher education to revamp the apparel design curricula and include computer-aided design (CAD). Simulations of apparel design and the manufacturing process, aimed at effective transfer of knowledge and skills from classroom to workplace, augment teaching strategies. The Apparel Production Management Centre of Department of Textiles and Apparel Designing, College of Home Science, Udaipur is one of the founder centres of experiential learning established in the year 2008-09 to provide skill oriented hands on training. The strengths of ELC lie in flexibility in manufacturing versatile products in varied cost range with strong fabric base and value addition through creative skills of the budding designers using traditional regional motifs, with the materials of satin mix, tapestry for drapes and even cotton mixes with synthetics for the traditional look.
Adoption of Orphan Therapeutics published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Dheeraj Singh, Dr. Anjula Sachan, Dr. Hemant Singh, Dr. Ranjendra Nath, Dr. R. K. Dixit -
BUSINESS STRATEGIES ADOPTED IN RESPONSE TO NATURAL DISASTERS: A CASE STUDY OF A HOTEL IN INDONESIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Jhagantini Palanivelu, Fathyah Hashim This paper analyses several business strategies implemented by a medium enterprise hotel, Bambu Resort, after two major natural disasters, i.e. earthquake in 2006 and volcanic eruption in 2010 which hit Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Bambu Resort, located in the heart of Yogyakarta, which overlooks the beautiful Merapi Mountain, was badly impacted by such disasters. Bambu’s business strategies are being examined using business models such as Ansoff Matrix, Service Marketing Mix and also using Porter’s Generic Model. A Contingency Planning Model also been used to discover the preparedness of Bambu Resort before, during and after the disaster take place. In addition, SWOT and TOWS analysis are also been applied to examine the hotel’s internal and external strategies to analyse how the hotel performs after the disaster. Bambu Resort can be improved further so that the business can sustain for a longer term even though they have high potential to be affected by natural disasters such as volcano eruptions and earthquakes. New ideas and recommendation are given in order for Bambu Resort to achieve a higher business entity in the near future. Keywords: Natural Disaster, Hotel, SWOT, TOWS, Indonesia
REACTIVATION EFFICACY OF SARIN-INHIBITED ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE BY OBIDOXIME CHLORIDE IN THE PRESENCE OF SELECTED EXCIPIENT AND SEPTUM MATERIALS AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Radha Sharma1*, Suman Jain2 and Dr. R.Vijayaraghavan3 Objective The aim of this study is to propose in-vitro AChE reactivation study as a tool to check the compatibility of combinations of obidoxime chloride with different formulation excipients. Materials and methods Obidoxime chloride is highly water soluble drug. In this study, with the help of different types of preservatives, stabilizers and packaging materials different types of formulation combinations were developed to overcome the problem of instability. Developed different combinations of obidoxime chloride for the immediate shelfadministration were subjected for in-vitro reactivation against the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activities induced by sarin. Results In-vitro reactivation studies suggest that compatibility of obidoxime chloride in autoinjector cartridge is good with bromobutyl back septum.
Radio Broadcasts Contexts and Canons of Journalistic Documentation published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Gabriela RUSU-PASARIN Documentation is in fact a permanent flow of identification and processing of data which shape the objective reality event placed on the past-present-future axis. We are going to present some of the types of documentation, supported by examples within our production at the Romanian public radio: directed documentation (a condition to the re-composing of daily life subject to metamorphoses generated by social evolution), ethnographic documentation (a stained-glass-world is constructed and re-constructed radiophonically, recomposed of souvenirs and document-recordings), documentation in emotional circumstances (the publicised case of the young football player who died during training), documentation under crisis circumstances (illustrated by the radio series we produced during December 1989-February 1990 with the main title Hours of Revolution at Craiova). It is an instance of personal journalistic experience, explaining documentation canons within different contexts.
Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain published in

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P.VIDYA, L.UMA MAHESWARI This paper describes a framework for designing the distribution network in a supply chain. Various factors influencing the choice of distribution network are described. The different choices of distribution networks and their relative strengths and weaknesses were discussed. The paper concludes by identifying distribution networks that are best suited for a variety of customer and product characteristics.
Effect of Study Habits, Mental Health And Academic Stress on Academic Achievement Among Teacher Trainees published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
K. Vasanta Rao, S. Viswanatha Reddy A study was carried out on 400 teacher trainees to find out the effect of study habits, mental health and academic stress on academic achievement among teacher trainees. Mental Health Status inventory developed by Reddy, Study Habits inventory developed by Prabhakar and Scale for Assessing Academic Stress developed by Sinha, Sharma and Mahendra was used to assess the mental health, study habits and academic stress of the teacher trainees. Results revealed that there is significant impact of mental health on study habits and academic stress of prospective teachers.
Perancangan Tryout Online Berbasis Web Menggunakan Framework Bootstrap pada SMP Tirta Buaran published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Munaldi Munaldi Pemilihan program studi merupakan salah satu permasalahan yang dihadapi oleh para siswa yang ingin melanjutkan ke perguruan tinggi untuk menggapai impian masing masing siswa. Banyak siswa yang merasa bingung untuk memilih program studi apa yang cocok bagi mereka. Ada banyak faktor yang menyebabkan hal tersebut, diantaranya karena adanya keinginan orang tua, kemampuan diri sendiri, cita-cita, prospek, dll. Dalam perancangan sistem ini, penulis menggunakan metode Bootstrap sebagai metode perancangan sistem tryout online pada Smp Tirta Buaran sebagai metode pembelajaran yang digunakan saat ini. Dengan kriteria dasar yang di gunakan yakni mengembangkan keterampilan siswa dan untuk memperdalam ilmu pengetahuan oleh siswa dari setiap program studi pembelajaran dan dunia teknologi informatika data yang saat ini berkembang luas yang sudah digunakan. Aplikasi sistem Tryout Online ini program studi ini dibuat dengan bahasa pemrograman berbasis web PHP dan MySQL sebagai database. Sistem yang dibangun mampu memberikan pelatihan siswa dan memperdalam ilmu pengetahuan untuk menghadapi Ujian atau UAS dan Ujian lainnya dan bisa melihat sejauh mana ilmu pengetahuan siswa siswi yang sudah di ajarkan oleh masing-masing guru. Dengan sistem ini diharapkan dapat memberikan solusi bagi siswa untuk Semangat untuk belajar dan mengambangkan daya motivasi belajar untuk menggapai impian siswa siswi yang sudah di rencanakan, di Smp Tirta Buaran tersebut dan untuk meningkatkan kualitas lulusan yang tinggi.
Customer Perception Towards E-Banking published in

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M. Jahnavi, Raghavendra R -
NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF CAPILLARY TUBE BY REPLACING THE INSIDE REFRIGERANT AND DIAMETER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhinav Kulmitra * , Ajay Kumar Verma The capillary tube used in the mostly in the refrigerant flow control devices. Hence performance of the capillary tube is best for good refrigerant flow. The many researchers had been concluding performance using experimentally, theoretically and analysis based. In this present work analyze the flow analysis of the refrigerant inside a capillary tube for adiabatic flow conditions. The proposed model can predict flow characteristics in adiabatic capillary tubes for a given mass flow rate. In the present work R-22 is replaced by Ammonia refrigerant has been used as a working fluid inside the capillary tube and the capillary tube design is changed straight to coiled capillary, which taken from good literature. The analysis is done in ANSYS CFX 16.2 software. It is observed from the results dryness fraction by using the helical capillary tube (Ammonia refrigerant flow) is better than straight and existing helical capillary tube (R22 refrigerant flow). The best suitable helical coiled design is suggested.
Validation of the Polish version of P-QOL Questionnaire published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jakub Rzepka,Kamil Zalewski,Artur Stefanowicz,Krzysztof Cendrowski,Wlodzimierz Sawicki,Vik Khullar,Steven Swift,Allesandro Digesu Objective: Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a common morbidity that affects many woman and significantly decreases quality of life. The severity and the impact of the prolapse on the quality of life are important parameters in the management and follow-up of affected patients. The aim of this study was to validate the Polish version of the Prolapse Quality-of-Life questionnaire (P-QoL). Methods:The P-QOL questionnaire was translated into Polish and administered to women recruited from two gynecological outpatient clinics. Both symptomatic and asymptomatic women were included in the study and examined in supine position using the Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification System (POP-Q). The validity was assessed by comparing symptom scores and quality-of-life scores between symp-tomatic and asymptomatic women. Result:A total number of 154 symptomatic and 77 asymptomatic women were included. There was a strong correlation between severity of the disease based on physical findings (POP-Q scale) and the P-QoL scores in main prolapse quality-of-life domains. The overall scores for each life domain were significantly different between symptomatic and asymptomatic women (p<0.001). All the questions regarding symptoms showed significant differences (p<0.001) between both groups. Conclusion: The Polish version of P-QoL is a valid, reliable, and easily comprehensible instrument to assess quality of life and symptoms in Polish-speaking women suffering from urogenital prolapse.
A Review on Performance Enhancement of Catalytic Conveter by Making Geometrical Changes published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mr. Dinesh D. Kudache From 2010-2018, the computational technology changes are made enormously. Technological gadgets like desktops, laptops are succeeded by mini laptops, tablets, smart phone, and watches. The traditional journalism media systems said to be in dissolved states right now. In next upcoming decade the media communication of journalism will affect maximum number of changes. The top newspapers like New York Times, HuffingtonPost, Times magazine are also affected and willing to proceed for changes. The most of historic newspaper Medias are concentrating on digital platform from being destroyed in competitive world. The online subscriptions are given in suitable prices to end users readers having special discounts, offers etc. Using data analytics in offline media can lead to increase number of conversion to upcoming trend in gradual way. Mr. Dinesh D. Kudache "Using Data Analytics in Journalism Media Systems" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18713.pdf
EPR and Optical Studies of SrO-Li2O-CaO-B2O3 (SLCB) glasses doped with Manganese ions. published in

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M. Ratna Raju, Dr. Sandhya Cole The EPR and optical absorption spectra of 0.1 mol% MnO doped x SrO-(20-x)Li2O-(10-y)CaO - 70B2O3 - y, (5 ? x ? 15) mol% (SLCB) glasses are synthesized and studied. The EPR spectra of all Mn2+ ions doped SLCB glasses have exhibited resonance signals around g ? 4.2 at low magnetic field with a shoulder around g ? 3.0 at a medium value of magnetic field and a well resolved hyperfine sextet around g ? 2.0 at high magnetic field, which is the characteristic of Mn2+ ions in a close environment to octahedral symmetry The optical absorption spectra has shown four transitions which are 6A1g?4T1g, 6A1g? (4Eg+4A1g) [G], 6A1g?4T2g, 6A1g?4T1g (D) in the increasing order of energy. From these transitions the crystal field parameter Dq, the Racah parameters B, C are evaluated for all the SLCB glasses. From the values obtained it is concluded that the site symmetry is octahedral. The optical band gap energies and Urbach energy values are obtained from the direct, indirect and Urbach plots
Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Maximum Oxygen Uptake (Vo2max) in Healthy Adults published in

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Dr. Esha Yeshwant Angane, Dr. Amit. A. Navare Maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 max) is defined as, The greatest amount of oxygen a person can take in and consume while performing dynamic exercise involving a large part of total muscle mass at sea level. (1)It is considered the best measure of cardiovascular fitness and exercise capacity and represents the amount of oxygen transported and used in cellular metabolism. (2) VO2 maxis accepted as the criterion measure of cardiorespiratory fitness. The idea that the human body cannot survive without oxygen has been known for millennia.The present study was done to study the effects of aerobic exercise on VO2max in 65 healthy adult volunteers in age group of 20- 35 years.The same volunteers were chosen as both study as well as control group in order to minimise the confounding factors and make the study reproducible.Results indicates that VO2max after undergoing aerobic exercise training were better as compared to before undergoing aerobic exercise training.Mean VO2max is more andstatistically significant after undergoing aerobic exercise training than before undergoing aerobic exercise training.
Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by Using Aristolochia Indica Leaf Extract published in

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Chinnadurai Siva, Moorthy Iyappan, Manohar Santhosh kumar, Rathinasamy Regina Mary The present study describes a novel green synthesis of silver nanoparticles by using Aristolochia indica leaf extract. The green synthesized silver nanoparticles had been confirmed by UV-Vis spectrum and Scanning electron microscope (SEM) analysis. Based on the findings, it seems very reasonable to believe that this greener way of synthesizing silver nanoparticles is an environmentally viable technique.
A SYSTEM TO SUSTAIN IDENTITY SECRECY OF A USER ON SHARED DATA IN THE CLOUD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Madhura J*, Manish Bhardwaj Colors are antistatic part of human life. Colored compound containing a chromophore and auxochrome acquires an additional property of getting bound to textile fibre.In other word colored compound containing auxo chrome become dye. Application of dye depend on the selection of substrate type. For cotton substrate reactive and vat dyes are use d to produce desire d colour effect. A simple meth od of applying dyes to cotton fa br ics involve the dissolution of the dye in water entering the fibre material in the dye solution and slowly heating system when the dye dissolve in water is gradually transferred to the fibre because of higher affinity of dye for fibre than water . But the disadvantage of dyeing by this proces s is poor fastness properties. In t richromy recipe, d yes are specially selected with optimum reactivity, substantivity and diffusion behaviour to produce reproducible shade . The best guide to the dyeing performance of a reactive dye can be obtained by cons idering the compatibility of the dyeing profiles & diffusion behaviour of the dyes selected, similar properties to be identified and used in combination to support right first time production. Dye diffusion exerts a significant influence on dye fixation, ultimate color yield and colorfastness of a dyed fiber. Therefore, dye diffusion should be considered for dye selection and color matching as one of the primary parameters. In this study the properties of reactive dyes like capillary action, drop migration action dye diffusion property and thermo migration properties are discussed in detail. The main objective of th is study is to develop a robust trichromy combination to produce reproducible shade in bulk continuous dyeing method based on its dye diffusion property.
Role of Media in Climate Change & Sustainable Development published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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S. Balaji, Prof. G. Stanley Jaya Kumar Climate Change debates are no longer privilege of a few today these issues make headlines in print and electronic media. Global warming and climate change are the hot and prioritized topics in the global mass media. Both the Governments and the people depend on Communication and Mass Media not only for disseminating information, but also in setting agenda for the development and other allied activities. Hence, communication media become powerful tool for disseminating information and diffusion of innovations. Due to depletion of natural resources and burning of fossil fuels there is a great threat to environment. It is high time to save the depleting natural resources and discourage the irrational usage of natural resources by focusing on Sustainable Development. Media plays a vital role in educating and enlightening the people and the governments to protect and preserve natural resources in the interests of future generations and the climatic chaos. Sustainable Development is attained by protecting the environment in a judicious use of natural resources. Countries both the rich and the poor have an equal stake in this stewardship of the earth. The very survival of our planet depends upon it. In this regard media plays a pivotal role in creating awareness and bringing the positive behavioral change among people in mitigating the anthropogenic climate change. Hence, the role of Communication and Mass Media is immense in climate change and sustainable development.
BLACK HOLE DETECTION AND PREVENTION USING AODV AND SHORTEST DISTANCE TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nigahat*, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Wireless networks are gaining popularity to its peak today, as the users want wireless connectivity irrespective of their geographic position. There is an increasing threat of attacks on the Mobile Ad-hoc Networks (MANET). Black hole attack is one of the security threat in which the traffic is redirected to such a node that actually does not exist in the network. It’s an analogy to the black hole in the universe in which things disappear. The node presents itself in such a way to the node that it can attack other nodes and networks knowing that it has the shortest path. MANETs must have a secure way for transmission and communication which is quite challenging and vital issue. In order to provide secure communication and transmission, researcher worked specifically on the security issues in MANETs, and many secure routing protocols and security measures within the networks were proposed. Proposed work include the detection mechanism for black hole attack and mechanism to prevent the black hole attack in MANET using Advanced Ad-Hoc On Demand Distance Vector (A-AODV) protocol.
DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF TRANSDERMAL PATCH CONTAINING ONDANSETRON HYDROCHLORIDE AND DILTIAZEM HYDROCHLORIDE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Assistant.Prof.Kokate Sudhir Govind.*, Prof. Tarkase Kailas, Jogdand Trimbak, Dr.Dushant Gaikwad. The purpose of this research was to develop a matrix-type Transdermal therapeutic system containing drug Ondansetron hydrochloride (OSH) with using different ratio of HPMC K4M, and EC, ERLPO in combination by mercury substrate method. The polymers were weighed in requisite ratio and dissolved in Methanol. Polyethelene glycol 40% w/w total weight of polymer composition was used as plasticizer. Methanol was added 5 ml of the total weight of polymers; homogeneous dispersion was formed by slow stirring with a mechanical stirrer.F4 showing sustain release up to 24 hr with 87.21% and 93.56% drug permeation shows sustain release of Ondansetron hydrochloride and Diltiazem hydrochloride Drugs through cadaver skin,100% flatness, 51no.of fold of folding endurance test which showing good flexibility and less brittleness, moisture content was 0.851 0.67 % and moisture uptake was 3.198 1.87%, good tensile strength i.e. 58.1104 0.87dynes/cm2, so according to all parameter the F4 was the optimized formulation.
End to End Encryption using QKD Algorithm published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
N. Abirami | M. Sri Nivetha | S. Veena Today nearly all of the people are involved in communicating each other with the help of online communication. Nearly three fourth of the world are connected via social media. So it is very important to secure the data transmission between the user. And in addition to this future of computers will be of by Quantum technologies. So the In this paper we are going to see how to increase the security of online transmission through Quantum shift distribution algorithm. In this paper idea outlines the implementation of this most advanced level of encryption by Quantum Key Distribution method and importance of quantum cryptography in future. N. Abirami | M. Sri Nivetha | S. Veena "End to End Encryption using QKD Algorithm" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18723.pdf
ASPECTS OF GENERIC DRUG POLICY IN THE TREATMENT OF PAEDIATRIC ASTHMA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anna Todorova* and Antoaneta Tsvetkova The promotion of production and supply of generic drugs following the patent expiration of brand name drugs is an integral part of the government health policy intended to provide better access to healthcare at lower costs for the patients and the society alike. Our study explored the changing drug use patterns and the shift from brand-name products to generic medications containing montelukast 5 mg. The study was based on data analysis of asthma medications fully or partially reimbursed by the NHIF (National Health Insurance Fund). The study encompassed medications that had been prescribed and dispensed to paediatric patients in the age group of 6-12 years within the period 2008 2013. Study findings indicated a significant increase in the use of generics, which exceeded the branded drug use twofold. This also affected the overall use of montelukast 5 mg, as evidenced by its average growth rate of 339.3% within the above mentioned period. Our study findings indicated an effective generic drug policy that facilitated the increased use of montelukast through better healthcare access and improved disease prevention.
Antifungal activities of Ruthenium (III) complexes derived from chitosan based schiff base published in

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Vadivel T,Dhamodaran M,Sukumar D Chitosan based schiff base and their Ruthenium (III) complexes [Ru (C24H53N2O10) Cl].H2O and [Ru (C23H50N2O9) Cl].H2O were synthesized and characterized by Elemental analysis, FT-IR, and Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Antifungal activities of the complexes were analyzed against Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus niger, Penicillium chrysogenum, Trichoderma viride and Fusarium oxysporum in disc diffusion method. The results showed better inhibitory properties against the fungal organisms.
Bleeding Hate published in

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Dr. Syeda Afshana This paper tries to explore the present world of hate. Drawing from various happenings around, hate is gradually becoming an entitypolitical, social and religious. We cannot undermine the use of creative tools to propagate the hate. Plurality as a concept is now an anathema. Mutual co-existence seems a difficult ideology to follow. This piece brings together different shadows of hate that have emanated from various schools of thought.
Optimization of Rule - Based Medication Delivery in Large scale Healthcare Framework published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
G.Manikandan, Dr. S.Prabakaran? In large scale healthcare point of care areas, medication delivery to large number of patients simultaneously faces large number of barriers in terms of performance and scalability. Integrated decision support systems improve clinical performance and patient outcomes. Computerized programs have novel aspects that have to be considered but aspects such as technical problems/support and user interface issues acts as barriers. In terms of eliminating such barriers in large scale healthcare framework, optimization of rule-based expert system is highly necessary to attain high performance and scalability factors that ensure patient safety at Point of Care.
DETECTION OF OPTICAL INHOMOGENEITIES OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUE US-ING TPSF CONFORMAL MAPPING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anton Yurievich Potlov A new method of direct (without inverse problem solution using methods of diffuse optical tomography) optical inhomogeneity, such as cysts, hematomas, tumors etc. detection in biological tissue. The basis of the method is preprocessing of the surface obtained from a collection of time-resolved data (TPSF) in the Cartesian frame with consecutive conformal mapping to two cylindrical surfaces.
DESIGN OF SOLAR INVERTER USING MPPT TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Lata K Padole*, Rajesh N. Patil This paper demonstrates the implementation of a prototype of IPS (instant power supply) system to ensure continuous output current to load in residential application utilizing both Photovoltaic (PV) energy and AC Grid. Utility interfacing PWM inverter designed here to operate by both solar energy and storage batteries that highly satisfies the necessity in rural areas where National Grids are hardly available and power cut problem reduces the effectiveness of IPS. Solar energy gets priority here to charge storage battery rather than AC source that may save hundreds of megawatts power every day. To extend the battery lifetime and keep system components hazard-free, it includes exact battery-level sensing, charging-current controlling by microcontroller unit (MCU) and a cumulative DC/AC MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) charges to congregate maximum PV energy from AC Solar Modules. Investigation on improvement of power-interfacing control and optimization of overall system operation assent to intend usage recommendation in this exposition. Computer simulations and experiment results show the validity of this proposed system to have high power conversion efficiency and low harmonic distortions.
THE POTENTIAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY CHEMICALS IN SEPARATING WATER - IN - OIL (W/O) EMULSIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nour, Haridass Ganasan A heavy crude oil has been increasingly important sources of hydrocarbons in many parts of the world, in which transportation of this heavy crude oil to refinery can be a problem. During the lifting, transportation and processing of oil, frequently emulsio ns either water - in - oil (w/o) or oil - in - water (o/w) are created. Formation of these emulsions during oil production is a costly problem, both in terms of chemicals used and due to production losses. The traditional methods of eliminating these emulsions, ut ilize high heat and chemicals which forces the emulsion to separate into water, hydrocarbons and solids are disadvantageous from both economic and environmental perspectives. In this study, the potentials of an environmental friendly chemicals in demulsifi cation of crude oil emulsions was investigated. The study begun with some characterization studies to provide understandings of fundamental issues. Results obtained from this study, will expose the capability and potentials of environmental friendly chemic als in demulsification of water - in - crude oil emulsions.
MONITORING URBAN GROWTH, DECAY AND REGENERATION IN KATSINA, A RAPIDLY CHANGING CITY IN NORTHERN NIGERIA published in

Ewemen Journal of Development Technology & Management (EJDTM)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
DANJUMA Kabir The dynamic and complex nature of urban centers particularly in the less developed countries of the world including Nigeria continue to exert serious challenge for a reliable, well articulated methodology for data acquisition and processing in order to meet the information needs in a rapidly changing environment by planners, administrators and managers of urban areas. Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa is one of the developing countries of the world experiencing highest rates of urban growth but without any efficient and meaningful methodology for monitoring growth and development for planning and administration purposes. In Katsina, a rapidly urbanizing city in Northern Nigeria and its immediate surrounding environment, multi temporal satellite imageries and other geographic information tools were used to obtain land use cover information and the dynamics of urban land use between 1977, 1987, 2007 and November, 2016. Results from the quantitative analysis of the data generated indicated a sharp rise in the spatial growth rate of the city and an extensive decay and regeneration particularly around the Central Business district and around the major business sectors of the city particularly involving commercial and residential land uses. It was observed and recommended that time-based photographic and satellite remotely captured and other forms of geographic information tools proved highly valuable for satisfying information needs by planners and administrators of urban lands particularly in a rapidly changing and complex environment. Keywords: City Decay; Urban Growth; Urban Monitoring; Urban Regeneration; Katsina; Satellite images.
Hydatid Cyst of Chest Wall Mimicking As a Fibroadenoma A Case Study published in

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Dr.MD Jeelani,Dr.R.Rama Krishna Naik According to my experience I have come across a hydatid of chest wall mimicking as a Fibroadenoma clinically. With intrinsic mobility like a mouse in the breast. Excisional biopsy done and surprisingly reported as hydatid cyst. During excision the cyst explored found to be behind the pectoralis major. After retraction of pectoralis major cystic mass was approached.
SURVEY ON ANTI - HYPERTENSIVE DRUGS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Indrayani D. Raut * , Dipak S. Gumate, Tushar Chavan, Swati Chavan Hypertension is a major disor d er that worsens the quality of life. Newer drugs are being introduced in order to treat the the hypertension. A market sur v ey of various antihypertensive drugs was carried out in the region of Islampur. the objective of the study was to find out the most frequently used drug for the antihypertensive treatment. The study revealed that the sympathoytic drugs were most used drugs followed by calcium channel b lockers and AT II receptor antagonists. Keywards: Hypertension, survey, Antihypertensive drugs
The Diabetic Foot Syndrome an Ignored and Potential Problem in Medical Practice published in

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Kamran Mahmood A. A. Aziz Diabetes mellitus is emerging as a global problem and burden. Like other complications of diabetes, diabetic foot problems are posing a health burden worldwide as well. This was the reason that International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has specifically focused on diabetic foot problems throughout the year 2005 and for which worldwide campaign to put feet first was held. Currently foot ulceration and its related problems has become common is, affecting up to 15% of patients with diabetes during their lifetime. Over 85% of lower limb amputations are preceded by foot ulcers and diabetes remains the most common cause of nontraumatic amputation in western world. Furthermore, diabetes is now the most common cause of Charcot neuroarthropathy in Western world, which is again preventable.
The Effect of Fluoride on Beta-Titanium Orthodontic Wire's Surface Texture and Friction Resistance published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Abbassy MA1,2, Bakry AS3,4* Objectives: The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of fluoride application on the surface properties and frictional resistance of two types of orthodontic archwires. Materials and Methods: A total of sixty stainless-steel, and beta-titanium orthodontic archwires in-addition to fifty ceramic brackets were examined in-vitro and in-situ. The friction resistance of all wires with ceramic brackets before/after topical fluoride application were examined in-vitro and in-situ. Moreover, surface properties of the tested wires before/after fluoride application and before/after friction test were examined by scanning electron microscope (SEM). Paired t-test and Dunnett t-test were used to compare frictional resistance of the stainless-steel wires to the beta titanium wires as-received, in-vitro and in-situ (p? 0.05). Results: Beta-titanium wires recorded significant high friction resistance when compared to stainless-steel wires. Fluoride application did not significantly affect the friction resistance of the tested wires. SEM observation revealed the roughness of as-received beta-titanium wires and the deterioration of its surface texture after fluoride application in-vitro and in-situ. Conclusion: Beta-titanium wires recorded high friction resistance when compared to stainlesssteel wires under the asreceived, in-vitro and in-situ conditions, moreover, fluoride application did not affect friction resistance of beta-titanium wires while it affected its surface properties.
Physico-Chemical Parameters of Nautha Gaad Water From Garhwal Himalaya, Uttarkhand India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
V. P Balodi Physico-chemical parameters like water temperature, water velocity (WV), free carbon dioxide (CO2), dissolved oxygen (DO), pH, total alkalinity and total hardness were studied during January 2014 to December 2014 in NauthaGaad. Analysis observations reveal fluctuations in the value of Water velocity from0.29-0.79m/s (0.450.17), DO from 9.7-11.2mg/l (10.450.439), Free carbon 0.0 mg/L to 0.5 mg/l (0.260.14). Total alkalinity ranges from 58.3-68.4 mg/l (62.362.76). Total hardness was recorded from 27.5-41.8 (34.484.62). The water pH was alkaline throughout the year. Other parameters like water velocity, temperature, free carbon dioxide, dissolve oxygen and alkalinity fluctuated widely according to seasons and there is a positive correlation between them.
Problems in Task Scheduling in Multiprocessor System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mukul Varshney | Jyotsna | Abhakiran Rajpoot | Shivani Garg This Contemporary computer systems are multiprocessor or multicomputer machines. Their efficiency depends on good methods of administering the executed works. Fast processing of a parallel application is possible only when its parts are appropriately ordered in time and space. This calls for efficient scheduling policies in parallel computer systems. In this work deterministic problems of scheduling are considered. The classical scheduling theory assumed that the application in any moment of time is executed by only one processor. This assumption has been weakened recently, especially in the context of parallel and distributed computer systems. This monograph is devoted to problems of deterministic scheduling applications (or tasks according to the scheduling terminology) requiring more than one processor simultaneously. We name such applications multiprocessor tasks. In this work the complexity of open multiprocessor task scheduling problems has been established. Algorithms for scheduling multiprocessor tasks on parallel and dedicated processors are proposed. For a special case of applications with regular structure which allow for dividing it into parts of arbitrary size processed independently in parallel, a method of finding optimal scattering of work in a distributed computer system is proposed. The applications with such regular characteristics are called divisible tasks. The concept of a divisible task enables creation of tractable computation models in a wide class of computer architectures such as chains, stars, meshes, hypercubes, multistage networks. Divisible task method gives rise to the evaluation of computer system performance. Examples of such performance evaluation are presented. This work summarizes earlier works of the author as well as contains new original results. Mukul Varshney | Jyotsna | Abhakiran Rajpoot | Shivani Garg"Problems in Task Scheduling in Multiprocessor System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2198.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-architecture/2198/problems-in-task-scheduling-in-multiprocessor-system/mukul-varshney
ESTUDO SOBRE O DILOGO FDON E SUA DIMENSO TICA LUZ DA HERMENUTICA published in

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Juliana Conceio Moreira This paper proposes clarifying that - a hermeneutical - philosophical study of Plato's Phaedo dialogue enables us to capture the ethical dimension involving his philosophy. To this end, we will have as protagonist Socrates and his perspective on death. Plato proposes an ethical conception that maximizes the values linked to knowledge and founded a new interpretation of human existence. Let us try here to explain and systematize what is the attitude of Greek philosophy, not far from a philosophical praxis. This mention of Socratic - Platonic dialectics search, will be the thesis of the philosophical exercise par excellence, developed in Phaedo, leads to better live life and therefore, above all, points us to a distinct reflection on death.
Dependencia a la nicotina: desempeo psicomtrico de dos escalas en adultos published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Adalberto Campo Arias, Edwin Herazo, Jaider Alfonso Barros Bermdez, Germn Eduardo Rueda Jaimes, Luis Alfonso Daz Martnez, Francisco J. Daz Introduction: to compare psychometric performance of the Fagerstrm Test Nicotine Dependence (FTND) and Cigarette Dependence Scale (CDS) among adults from Bucaramanga, Colombia. Method: one-hundred twenty-six current smokers completed the FTND and CDS. Cronbach alpha, sensitivity, specificity, predictive values, likelihood values, Cohen kappa, and ROC area were computed for each scale. The Compose International Diagnostic Interview was taken as the gold-standard. Internal consistencies and ROC curve were compared. Results: the FTND showedCronbach alpha of 0.72; sensitivity, 0.69; specificity, 0.71; positive predictive value, 0.90; negative predictive value, 0.40; positive likelihood value, 2.38; negative likelihood value, 0.43; Cohen kappa, 0.32; and ROC area, 0.74. The CDS presented Cronbach alpha of 0.90; sensitivity, 0.77; specificity, 0.71; positive predictive value, 0.90; negative predictive value, 0.47; positive likelihood value, 2.66; negative likelihood value, 0.33; Cohen kappa, 0.40; and ROC area, 0.80. Conclusions: the CDS exhibits better performance than FTND in smokers from Bucaramanga (Colombia).
ANTICANCER ACTIVITY OF DIFFERENT SOLVENT EXTRACTS OF SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA AGAINST NEUROBLASTIMA (IMR-32) AND COLON (HT-29) CELL LINES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
M. Ponnanikajamideen1, M. Nagalingam2, M.Vanaja1, C Malarkodi3, S Rajeshkumar4* Herbal medicine is established on the plants contains natural chemical substances that can promote health and have curative properties for illness and diseases. Medicinal herbs play an important role in the treatment of cancer. In this study we reported that potential anticancer activity of Sesbania grandiflora leaf extracts and compared with standard commercial anticancer drug. Water, ethanol and acetone extract of S. grandiflora leaves showed invitro anticancer activity against different human cancer cell lines like neuroblastima (IMR-32), and colon (HT-29). The potential of anticancer property of S. grandiflora leaf extract was assayed by MTT method. The activity was done at different concentration like 50-300 ?g/ml of the extract. From the analysis the 50% inhibitory concentration (IC50) is 200 ?g/ml against neuroblastima (IMR-32), and colon (HT-29) cell lines for all the extracts. While increasing the concentration of extracts showed decrease in cell viability. Extracts of S. grandiflora showed dose dependent reduction of cell viability and induction of apoptosis in the neuroblastima (IMR-32), and colon (HT-29) cell lines. This in vitro outcomes suggest a significant clinical effects of S. grandiflora against human neuroblastima (IMR-32), and colon (HT-29) cell lines.
Ppiucd As A Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (Larc) an Experience at A Tertiary care Centre published in

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Dr. R. Vidyarama, Dr. T. Nagamani, Dr. Prasad Usha Back ground India is a country that needs to keep population explosion under control. About 40% of Indian women are not using any contraception. The need of the hour for controlling population growth is spacing. Usage of IUCDs or hormonal contraceptives is the most effective spacing methods. The post partum IUCD is an effective form of Long acting reversible contraceptive (LARC). Aims: This study was done to evaluate the acceptance of IUCD as an immediate family planning method following delivery, its complications and continuation rates. Material and Methods: This is a prospective study conducted at the tertiary care centre for a period of one year.11, 278 antenatal women were counseled and a total of 959 women who fulfilled the medical eligibility criteria were included in the study. Results: A total of 11,278 women were counseled of which 959 accepted the method and10, 319 declined. Spontaneous expulsion was seen in 5 cases, with continuation in 881(91.8%) number of cases. Complications noticed were expulsion, pain, bleeding, and missing threads. Conclusion: In the present study the continuation rate was 91.8%. Hence postpartum IUCD is an excellent method for spacing and long acting reversible contraceptive, in the current Indian scenario.
SHARE MARKET PREDICTION USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Saudagar Shoaib, Ranpise Ajit, Nimbalkar Sushant, Prof. Shrinivas Halhalli The share market is dynamic in nature that means to predict share price is very complex process by general prediction or computation method. Its main reason is that there is no linear relationship between the market parameters and target closing price, so use of Neural Network is a choice of interest for share market prediction. Apart from Neural Network the proposed system consists of three more algorithms: Regression, Forecasting and Moving average. Using these algorithms, the basic idea behind this system is to predict the future share values based of the past values. Also, use of these algorithms leads the system to result in better output as well as increases the efficiency.
Resource Utilization of Returned Rapeseed Straw and Its Effect on Soil Fertility and Crop Yields published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Hu Hong-xiang, Ma You-hua, Wang Yu-fang and Di Yun-fei In order to study the decomposition characteristics of returned rapeseed straw in the process of resource utilization and the effect on soil fertility and crop yields, different treatments of soil with returned rapeseed straw were conducted using the nylon net bag method of field trials. Different treatments include varied amounts of straw, depths to be buried in soil, and addition of straw decomposing bacteria. The results showed that the decomposition ratio of rapeseed straw increased with time and the decomposition rate of rapeseed straw was faster in the first 30 days and then slowed down until the end of 120 days. Straw decomposition rate was negatively correlated with the amounts of returned rapeseed straw. The decomposition rate of rapeseed straw on the soil surface was faster than that buried 20cm below the soil surface, which is also faster than that 10cm below the soil surface. Decomposition ratio of rapeseed straw with addition of decomposing bacteria was higher than without decomposing bacteria. The returned straw improved the physical and chemical properties of soil and increased the soil nutrient content and rice yields. The study provided the basic parameters for controlling the rapeseed straw decomposition rate, which improved the agricultural eco-environment.
FINANCING OF SECONDARY EDUCATION IN UKRAINE published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Chereddnyk Viktoria The subject of the work is to study financing of secondary education in Ukraine, to analyze its condition and the ways of additional financing. The purpose of article is to analyze the condition of financing of secondary education in accordance with the current legislation of education; to formulate the proposals for perfection of the mechanisms of additional financing of education. Research objectives. to investigate the condition of financing of secondary education sector and to indicate the possible variants of additional financing. The methodology of work conducting. The study was based on research results of contemporary domestic scholars views on the concept of education and its financing and there were examined the alternative ways of financing of secondary education. The result. It was determined the main point of concept of educational funding, was given the dynamic of expenditures for education in general and for secondary education and there were shown in details the ways of additional financing of secondary education. Field of application The results of this study can be applied in studying the problems of education, including funding the field of general secondary education. Conclusions. Thus, our study of the current state funding of education in Ukraine shows that for the problems solving of this field it is necessary to develop a high-quality system of state measures that will be used to ensure its effective development. And at the same time the main objective should be to support the sufficient funding for the field by optimization of budget and off-budget sources of its development.
Critical Time '“Motion and Economic Analysis of Linear and Rotary Gravity Conveyor for application One man multi-machine setup as low cost automation in material handling published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. Deokate A. Y. | Prof. Mundhe V. L. | Dr. N. G. Narve The rapid growth of technology in the last two decades has been characterized by full automation. As only the affluent and developed countries can afford to adopt full automation, a large productivity gap has been created. This gap can be bridged through low cost automation. The concept and principles of low cost automation are basically the same as those of full automation except that the former builds improvement around existing equipment and machine system rather than replacing whole system with automated processes. Material handling is the primary activity of every manufacturing organization. It has been estimated that at least 15 to 25% of the cost of the product is attributable to material handling activities. Unlike many other operations, material handling adds to the cost of the product and not to its value. It is therefore important first to eliminate or at least minimize the need for material handling and second to minimize the cost of handling. Karakuri mechanisms use a single force or motion to simultaneously perform multiple operations, and also lead directly to energy conservation and resource (facilities) savings. Conventionally gravity conveyors are used to perform material handling task but they are more often of fixed layout type with a singular application. The proposed linear gravity conveyor for flexible manufacture system uses the principle of Converting the force from a dropped weight into gear rotation to activate a conveyor thereby saving the cost of motor and electricity. Conveyors are ordinarily activated by using drive from a motor. In this example, when the conveyor is lifted with a cylinder, a weight drops from the top portion of the conveyor. The force of dropped weight rotates gears that provide movement needed for slide delivery of work (semi-finished products). This mechanism eliminates the need for a motor and enabled a reduction in standby electricity and electricity for operation. Slide delivery requires only the necessary amount of driving energy at the time when needed and is therefore consistent with the concept of œjust-in-time electricity. Objective of project is carry out critical analysis as to time-motion and economics of the developed conveyor system with linear and rotary conveyor to determine the i)Transfer time ii)Maximum load carrying capacity .Comparative analysis of the performance of the developed system with conventional conveyor to derive: Change in job transfer time. Mr. Deokate A. Y. | Prof. Mundhe V. L. | Dr. N. G. Narve"Critical Time “Motion and Economic Analysis of Linear and Rotary Gravity Conveyor for application One man multi-machine setup as low cost automation in material handling" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10961.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/10961/critical-time-“motion-and-economic-analysis-of-linear-and-rotary-gravity-conveyor-for-application-one-man-multi-machine-setup-as-low-cost-automation-in-material-handling/mr-deokate-a-y
The Changes of Myocardium in Minipigs after Coronary Vein Ligation Observed by Transmission Electron Microscopy published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Juntao Wang, Haijia Yu, Huihui Song, Yapan Yang, Leiming Zhang, Hongxing Luo, Panpan Chen and Yinjie Chu* Background: The study of coronary artery disease has been quite thorough. But there is few study on coronary vein disease. In clinical practice, some patients have suspicious symptoms of coronary artery disease without any evidence of coronary artery spasm, but coronary angiography showed no obvious stenosis in coronary artery. It may have relationship to coronary venous dysfunction. This study aims to develop a coronary vein ligation model, to investigate the effect of coronary vein occlusion on myocardial cells in normal miniature pigs.
An Improved Cryptographic Method in Watermark Encoding published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Marius Rogobete, Ciprian R Cuciu The actual cryptographic process used to encode/decode hide watermarking message is using a classical flowchart, based on a private cryptographic key applied, together with the watermarking message, on a cryptographic algorithm. The encoded message resulted is embed into DCTs coefficients, for JPEG format or into pixels LSB, for bitmap format. The new proposed method computes two keys from the primary, private key. In addition, the watermarking message is dividing in two sub-messages, and every sub-message is encode with a particular key and a different encoder. Every encoded message is write in different coefficients (one into coefficients with odd indexes, and the second into coefficients with even indexes). In this way, the robustness against force attack is increasing significant, and the invisible watermark becomes more efficient on the host image protection.
Prevalence and intensity of infection of different Eimeria species in Broiler chicken, Gallus gallus domesticus from Imphal, Manipur, India published in

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Laishram Jayentakumar Singh, Naorem Mohilal Meitei T Intestinal parasitic infections in birds are constantly countered, even when they occur in low amounts, may result in subclinical diseases. The report is based after investigating the prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections in birds in Manipur. A cross-sectional study was conducted between June 2011 and June 2012. 150 fresh faecal samples of broilers were collected from 7 commercial farms. The samples screened for intestinal parasitic infection on the Eimeria species of Broiler chicken, Gallus gallus domesticus in Imphal, Manipur revealed the presence of five species Eimeria tenella, E. maxima, E. mitis, E. acervulina and E. praecox. Morphological descriptions and photomicrographs are provided. Infection intensity was higher in mud floored farms than in cement floored farms. Younger birds are more susceptible to infection. Among the species of Eimeria found, Eimeria tenella was the most commonly located species and least found species were Eimeria mitis and Eimeria praecox.
Skin Disorders in Adult Obese Egyptian Patients: A Comparative Study published in

International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Ensaf Mohamed Abdel Maguid, Sara Mohamed Awad*, Maha Mohammed Saad Background: Obesity is a major public health concern worldwide. Limited number of studies on the relationship between obesity and skin disease are available. Objective: We aimed to determine the prevalence of various cutaneous disorders in obese patients and to compare them with patients with a normal body mass index (BMI). Materials and Methods: The study included adult patients with skin diseases recruited from Dermatology outpatient clinic, Assiut University Hospital and El-eman General Hospital. Assiut, between January 2014 and December 2014. Full history taking, height and body weight measurement for Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation, blood pressure measurement and complete dermatological examination were done for each patient. Blood investigations including fasting blood sugar levels and lipid profi le were done for all patients. Patients were categorized as normal weight, overweight, obese I, or obese II/III using BMI cut-points. Skin conditions were classifi ed according to the International Statistical Classifi cation of Diseases and Related Health Problems 10th Revision (ICD-10).
Regional disparity in performance of micro-finance in India: Policy imperatives published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PRAMOD KUMAR*, T.S.V. BANGARA RAJU, R. JAYAKUMARA VARADAN AND V.P. TYAGI A number of innovative credit delivery systems are devised to purvey credit to rural sector. The SHG-Bank linkage programme is one such system which has been implemented in India since 1998-99. The micro-finance programme has made a remarkable progress, however, the inequitable growth of micro-finance is a cause of concern with most of the developments seems to happen in the Southern and Western regions of the country. The study found that the performance of micro-finance is broadly a seven dimensional feature. The first and most important is connected with the Spread of micro-finance, and is followed by Depth of micro-finance, Thrift behavior, Performance of SHPIs, Performance of micro-enterprise, Performance of financial institutions and Financial deepening of SGSY. The factors that influence the performance of state with respect to micro-finance were found to be loan outstanding to women SHGs (Amt/SHG), SHGs of RRBs (No), loan to SHGs funded by SGSY of RRBs (Amt/SHG), and SHGs funded by SGSY (No.). The states should focus on loan advanced to women SHGs (Amt/SHG), followed by the performance of SGSY promoted SHGs. Thus, the states should make efforts to improve the performance of SGSY scheme. It is the SGSY that provides loans and subsidy for adopting a micro-enterprise. The successful adoption of the micro-enterprise is key to the long term sustainability of the micro-finance programme
A NOVEL VOICE, SENSOR AND THOUGHT CONTROLLED ROBOTIC ARM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
B.V.D.S Sekhar*1 , K Satyanarayana Raju2 , P.Subbaraju3 , M V S L Sravanthi 4 J S R Rajeswari5 Robotic hand is the illusion of life achieved by electronic devices. These are used to imitate human and animal activities and are widely used in industry and practiced in movie making to create imaginary life like creatures. This technology makes possible to replicate a living being’s action and facial expressions. We designed and developed a robotic hand which can be controlled by voice, sensors and brain thoughts. Developed Arm will simulate the movements of human fingers. There by providing virtual human arm working similar to human arm even controlled by brain Thoughts (EEG signals)
To Know How Femoral Nerve Block [FNB] with 0.75% Ropivacaine is an Aid to Regional Anesthesia [SAB] For Femur and Hip Surgeries published in

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Dr. Anitha Kulkarni, Dr. W. S. Thatte, Dr. Tejeswi Sai Context: Femoral nerve block is safe and reliable for surgeries on anterior thigh ,knee and post-op pain management .15-20ml of drug used, which diffuses underneath fascia iliaca and also blocks lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh, complimenting FNB. Aims: To assess efficacy of femoral block in reducing pain due to femur fracture before positioning patient for spinal anesthesia. To access efficacy of femoral block in providing post-operative analgesia ,using VAS score. Materials and Methods: Femoral block was given, to 30 patients aged 18-60 years ASA grade I-IV ,with 15-20ml of Inj. 0.75% Ropivacaine (3mg/kg) Hemodynamic parameters, onset and duration of post-op analgesia was recorded. 30 minutes after FNB, Sub Arachnoid block was given with Inj.0.5% heavy Bupivacaine . This study was compared with femur, knee surgeries done only under SAB with 3.5 ml 0.5% heavy Bupivacaine. Results: Femoral nerve block with 0.75% Ropivacaine helped in decreasing pain and keeping hemodynamic parameters stable while giving sub-arachnoid block. Post op analgesia ,lasted more than 10 hrs.
Overcoming The Gender Gap - Role Of Govt in Empowering Women Entrepreneurs published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.T.RAMADEVI, Dr.N.BINDU MADHAVI When women moves forward, the family moves, the village moves, and the nation moves forward G r e a t e r gender equality and a more efficient use of skills are essential for achieving strong and sustainable growth.Gender equality is also a key driver in self-reported well-being and happiness acrossthe world.There is a gender gap in entrepreneurial success and only 35% of small businesses are owned by women in India. In fact, early in the start-up process, women are taking fewer steps to position themselves to start high-growth companies.Women Entrepreneurship represents a vast untapped source of innovation, job creation and economic growth in the developing world. The barriers to women entrepreneurship are many: women face greater obstacles in accessing credit, training, networks and information, as well as legal and policy constraints. So it became imperative for the Government to extend support for the entry and development of women entrepreneurs. In this context the present paper focus on the initiatives taken by Indian Government, Framework of basic supporting institutions, suggestions and conclusion.
SEGMENTATION OF MAMMOGRAM IMAGE USING SRG METHOD AND GENETIC ALGORITHM published in

International Engineering Journal For Research & Development

Published by Mr.Amit Manikrao
Ashwini S. Zade , Prof.Mangesh Wanjari , Sneha Palkar ,Prof.Tushar Sangole Breast cancer is one in all the foremost common causes of cancer death in girls. We are able to reduced mortality by mistreatment early detection. Early detection is with efficiency performed on Digital Mammograms. Typically manual reading won\'t offer the improper result. Laptop motor-assisted detection techniques are developed to enhance the performance rate. One in all them is diagnostic procedure. Diagnostic procedure is that the best accessible technique to find neoplastic cell in its earlier stages. usually radiologists can perform the roentgenogram readings it\'s tough to supply correct identification as a result of kind of factors like benign look of lesions, poor quality of image, eye fatigue issue, and deviation in brightness of objects in roentgenogram. To accrued the performance of detection the malignancy region in mammograms we have a tendency to area unit mistreatment the genetic rule and Seeded Region Growing rule. Seeded region growing hand-picked the Seeds mechanically looking on hard the picture element intensity. bunch is applied together with genetic rule with numerous Stages choice, Crossover and mutation area unit the genetic operations performed on the clustered image to supply needed results.
The Efficacy of Milbemycin Oxime in the Treatment of Naturally Acquired Infestations of Sarcoptes Scabiei on Dogs published in

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Qianqian Xu1,2, Shijin Guo1,2, Jichang Li3, Yubo Wang4, Zhiqiang Shen1,2*, Yanping Wang1,2, Ying Zhang1,2,Zhimei Zhang1,2, Shijun Fu1,2, Li Ma1,2, Limei Yang1,2, Jianjun Wang1,2, Duanhui Ma1,2 Milbemycin oxime tablets were evaluated for efficacy against sarcoptic mange mites in naturally infested dogs. Sixty-five dogs were allocated to two groups and were housed individually. Fifty of the dogs were treated orally with milbemycin oxime at the proposed dose. The other fifteen were treated orally with vehicle. Study day 0 was defined as the first day of treatment administration. Dogs were treated on days 0, 7 and 14, and efficacy was assessed by counting viable mites recovered from skin scrapings. To enumerate Sarcoptes scabiei mites, skin scrapings were taken on each of Days-1, 14, 28, 42 and 56. Clinical signs of mange and the extent of sarcoptic lesions were evaluated on each dog when scrapings were made. Evaluation of the efficacy of the treatment was based on the absence of mites supported by the absence of clinical signs associated with canine sarcoptic mange. Treatment with milbemycin oxime at weekly intervals resulted in a rapid reduction of mites and improved clinical signs. Percentage reductions in geometric mean mite counts for milbemycin oxime, compared with vehicle, on days 14, 28, 42, and 56 were 90, 96, 100, and 100%, respectively. The overall cure rates at Day 56, based on zero mite counts and resolution of clinical signs were 100% of dogs. Weekly treatment with maximum dose (2.0g/kg) rate of milbemycin oxime for continually three weeks, was effective against naturally acquired infestations of sarcoptes scabiei in dogs, reducing mites counts by 100%.
UNDERSTANDING TEACHERS’ UTILISATION AND IMPACT OF A VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: A MULTIPLE-CASE STUDY IN POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN MALAYSIA. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ruzana Tukimin, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland / Ministry of Education, Malaysia.
A Study on Efficiency Analysis of Portfolio Creation by Considering Risk Factor in India Infoline Ltd with special reference to Cochin. published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
R.Murugesan &Dr.T.Vetrivel Abstract The articles are to find investors investing their entire savings in a single security instead they tend to invest in a group of securities. Such a group of securities is called portfolios. Creation of portfolio helps to reduce to risk without sacrificing returns. Portfolio management deals with the analysis of individuals securities. As well as with the theory and practice of optimally combing securities into portfolios and investor who understand the fundamentals principals and analytical aspects of portfolio management have a better chance of success. Risk in inherent in any investment. Nonpayment of interest or variability if returns while some investment like government securities and bank deposits are almost riskless. Others are more risky. Risk and returns of investments are related. Normally, the higher is the risk the higher is the returns. The articles conducted for the India info line limited is basically carried out to study the portfolio creation and to find out the risk factors effecting the portfolio creation and to find out the risk factors affecting the portfolio creation and to analysis the performance of investment by conducting the financial survey, the researcher analysis that the selection of financial instruments depends on many factors. And also willingness to take risk depends up on the age group .the researcher makes a relation between age group and risk affordability of the investors. Key Words: investors, instead, fundamentals, returns, carried out
REGRESSION OF LIVER FIBROSIS BY PUNICA GRANATUM PEEL EXTRACT IN THE EXPERIMENTAL MODEL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nagla Z. El-Alfy1, Hanaa H. Ahmed2*, Mahmmod F. Mahmoud1, Shereen M.M. Yahya2 This study was designed to investigate the efficacy of Punica granatum peel methanolic extract against TAA- induced liver fibrosis in rats.Liver enzymes, plasma fibrinogen,serum hepatocyte growth factor levels,reduced glutathione content were estimated . Hepatic NQO1 and BCL-2 gene expression levels were detected by semiquantitative RT-PCR. In addition, histopathological investigation of liver tissue sections was carried out. The positive control group (TAA-treated) showed significant elevation in the activity of liver enzymes, bilirubin and serum hepatocyte growth factor levels. On the other hand, this group revealed significant reduction in plasma fibrinogen level and hepatic reduced glutathione content. Additionally, significant downregulation in hepatic NQO1 and BCL-2 gene expression levels were detected in the positive control group as compared to the negative control group. Histopathological investigation of liver tissue sections of rats in the positive control group revealed many fibrotic features. In contrast, Punica granatum -treated group showed significant depletion in serum liver enzymes activity, bilirubin and hepatocyte growth factor levels accompanied with significant elevation in plasma fibrinogen level and hepatic reduced glutathione content to near normal values. Moreover, this group showed dramatic upregulation in hepatic NQO1 and BCL-2 gene expression levels as compared to the positive control group interestingly, treatment with Punica granatum caused marked improvement in the histological feature of liver tissue. This study indicated the promising therapeutic potential of Punica granatum peel extract in the regression of liver fibrosis. This effect could be attributed to its antioxidant properties, antifibrotic, and antiapoptotic activity.
ASSESSMENT OF GROUND WATER QUALITY BY USING WATER QUALITY INDEX AND PHYSICO CHEMICAL PARAMETERS: REVIEW PAPER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jyoti Bansal* 1 & A.K. Dwivedi Water quality is considered as a big issue in many cities of developing countries. Bore well water is valuable than surface water but due to different activities done by human being this water is contaminated. And now-a-days this is the grave problem. In those areas of Indore city where the door to door garbage pickup vehicle brought their garbage, the assessment of the bore well water was carried out. At assessing the water quality index (WQI) and physico-chemical parameters for the ground water of Indore the present work is aimed. For a physico-chemical analysis, ground water samples of selected location were collected. For calculating the present water quality status the following quality parameters were considered: pH, electrical conductivity, TDS, total hardness, COD, total alkalinity, turbidity, sulphate, chloride. After calculating water quality status of considered parameters, results are compared with IS: 10500-2012. This ground water sample’s physico -chemical characteristics suggest that the evaluation of water quality parameters should be carried out periodically
DYNAMIC DISSOLUTION AND STABILITY STUDY OF EFAVIRENZ TABLET TO CHECK THE SUITABILITY OF THE UV METHOD FOR TABLET DISSOLUTION STUDY OF THIS SINGLE COMPONENT FORMULATION. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ajit.K.Nangare*, Abhishek.K.Shinde, Karan.K.Pawa, Amit N Chavan Efavirenz is one of a new class of anti viral drugs called nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI). It offers the unique therapeutic prospect of treatment & management of disease and so used extensively as a single component formulation. Recently it is under clinical trials in combination with other anti-viral agents. There are no official methods reported for estimation of efavirenz. Literature survey has indicated that there are few spectrophotometric methods for its estimation in human plasma and urine. Objective of this study is to check the suitability of the UV method for tablet dissolution study of this single component formulation and also stability study of efavirenz in 0.1m HCl is studied in this study. Percentage drug release at 60 min is maximum as per the cumulative dissolution calculations.
Foreign Direct Investment In Service Sector & Economic Development published in

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Dr. Pallavi. S. Kusugal, Dr. Nagaraja. S The services sector with an around 57 % contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP), has made rapid growth in the last few years and emerged as the largest and fastest-growing sector of the economy. The growth of the services sector is closely linked to FDI inflows into this sector and the role of transnational firms. In the context of FDI, the uncertainty in classifying the different activities under the services sector continues. However, the combined FDI share of financial and non-financial services, construction development, tele-communications, computer hardware and software, and hotels and tourism can be taken as a rough estimate of the FDI share of services, though it could include some non-service elements. The Service sector has been witnessed most growing sector and most attracting by FDI. This shows that FDI in service sector improves the Economy. Hence, here this paper has been made an attempt to study the FDI in Service sector and Economic Development of India.
Women Empowerment in India: an Overview published in

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Mr.ashis Mohapatra Women empowerment is a multi-dimensional approach and covers socio-cultural, economic, political and personal aspects. The concept of women empowerment is the outcome of important critiques generated by the womens movement, particularly by feminists. They clearly state that womens empowerment requires the challenging of patriarchal power relations that result in women having less control over material assets and intellectual resources. The empowerment of women is an active multi-dimensional process which indicates towards a society where women have to realize their gender identity and status in all spheres of life. The active participation of women in social, cultural, economical, and political and in almost every field is required for women empowerment in our society. Womens empowerment is the process by which women negotiate a more equitable distribution of power, a greater space in the critical decision making process in the family, in the community and the economic and political life.
ACTIVATION NETWORK CA2+-CELL ACTIVITY OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS IN THE LATE NEONATAL ONTOGENESIS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Yaroslava Igorevna Mitaeva; Artem Mikhailovich Mozherov; Rostislav Andreevich Sokolov; Irina Vasilevna Mukhina We investigate the spontaneous, ATP- and L-glutamate - induced changes in intracellular calcium in neurons and astrocytes CA3 field of rat hippocampus acute slices. This study allowed us to estimate the dependence of Ca2+ activity of cells of the CA3 field of rats hippocampus of late (R21-25) neonatal period of postnatal ontogenesis from the metabolic state of the cells associated with an increase in the release of neurotransmitters into the synaptic cleft. Furthermore, it was shown that in a mature network, where the spontaneous Ca2+ activity of the cells is low while maintaining excitation of the neural network, adding evoked excitatory neurotransmitters causing strict synchronization of cell activity
ANTIHYPERTENSIVE ACTIVITY OF Nardostachys jatamansi IN HYPERTNSIVE RATS FOLLOWING RENAL GOLD BLATT OCCLUSION METHOD. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
V.Velpandian*, N.Anbu, S.Elangovan, M. Mohamed Musthafa Siddha drugs are gaining popularity in recent years and there is a significant increase in scientific researches on traditional Siddha drugs because of theirs potent effects with no or less adverse effects.One of the safest and potent anti-hypertensive drug from the reservoir in Siddha system of medicine is Sadamanjil Chooranam (Nardostachys jatamansi). Hence an attempt was made to validate the antihypertensive potential of Sadamanjil Chooranam in hypertensive rats following renal Goldblatt occlusion method. After induction, hypertensive rats were randomly divided into four groups each consists of five rats. All the groups were categorized into normal control, hypertension control, SMC 500 (500mg/kg) and SMC 1000 (1000mg/kg). The test drug Sadamanjil Chooranam was administered (500mg/1000mg/kg) orally from the next day for 10 days. The systolic (SBP) and diastolic (DBP) blood pressure of the animals were recorded with tail cuff BP apparatus. Administration of SMC at the dose levels of 500mg and 1000mg /kg b.w. for 10 days significantly decreases the Systolic BP and Diastolic BP as compared with hypertensive animal group. Decrease in systolic and diastolic BP was more pronounced in high dose level (1000mg/kg) than low dose (500mg/kg) indicated the dose dependent activity of Sadamanjil Chooranam. The results concluded the anti-hypertensive potential of Sadamanjil Chooranam in a scientific way.
Potential of Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potato in Increasing Vitamin A Dietary Intake in Up to 60-Month-Old Children in Laikipia, Kenya published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
JedidahWanjiku Kiharason1, 2*, and DorcasKhasungu Isutsa2 Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) remains a significant nutritional problem globally, since about 33% pre-school children dont get enough vitamin A in diets. Orange-fleshed sweet potato (OFSP) that is rich in beta-carotene, a precursor of vitamin A, can sustainably alleviate VAD. The OFSP has shown stable yields in many environments, and is popular among children. Consumption of OFSP can have a similar effect as Vitamin A capsules; it provides sustainable, cost-effective source of vitamin A to resource-poor families. This study performed cross-sectional questioning of 227 mothers of 25-60-month-old children to assess sweetpotato production and consumption in Laikipia District of Kenya. Assessment of night blindness followed the WHO recommended procedure, dietary intake of vitamin A estimation used a 24-hour recall by mothers, and worm infestation used interview of mothers. Results showed that 42% households grew and consumed sweet potatoes, with the majority (82.7%) dealing with the white-fleshed variety; 24.2% children had consumed sweet potatoes in the last 7 days; 3% had consumed adequately. Consumption did not depend on size of land for growing sweet potatoes, and maternal literacy did not affect vitamin A intake. Children (69%) consumed less than recommended vitamin A. Night blindness was absent due to uptake of vitamin A supplements during polio immunization campaign. Worm infestation was low (15% children) due to deworming before vitamin A capsules administration. Intake of 100 g of OFSP could provide at least a weeks requirement of vitamin A, consideringstorage of extra intake of beta-carotene in the body, while production and consumption of OFSP constitutes a sustainable source of vitamin A.
Management of Malunited Supraconylar Humerus Fractures published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Avinash Tolani Fractures around the elbow are notorious for malunion so they call for meticulous intraarticular reduction as well as accurate limb alignment. Supracondylar fracture is the most common fracture around elbow in children and cubitus varus is the most common long term complication of these fractures. Supra condylar fractures of the elbow in children, as well as fractures involving the distal part of the humerus may lead to residual elbow deformity if not properly treated by reduction and maintenance of reduction. Cubitus varus (gunstock deformity) represents the most common long term complication of those fractures in children. Although functional impairment is rare, the cosmetic deformity of the elbow is significant. A number of children with severe posttraumatic cubitis varus deformity also have an internal rotation deformity of the distal humerus accompanied by changes in the biomechanics of the elbow.Various corrective osteotomy procedures have been proposed for treatment of cubitus varus . These include medial opening wedge osteotomy, lateral closing wedge osteotomy, lateral closing wedge osteotomy with simultaneous derotation arc osteotomy, pentalateral osteotomy and dome osteotomy. The goals of osteotomy are correction of the coronal, sagittal and rotational deformity. Prevention of elbow stiffness, through firm fixation of the osteotomy site and early use of the joint, is also desirable. Most of these cases present themselves in childhood only. Presentation with cubitus varus deformity at the age of 17 is not so common and so is my case report of a 17 year old male patient who reported with a cubitus varus deformity of 18 degrees due to a malunited supracondylar humerus fracture. He had a history of a fall at the age of 5 while playing for which he went to a local bone setter who treated him conservatively with an above elbow slab.A dome osteotomy supported by a buttress plate was performed.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN JORDAN: REGIONAL ANALYSIS AND ENVISAGED ROLE published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Ghassan Omet, Majed Shami, Adel Bino, Bashar Abu Khalaf The objective of this paper is to examine the issue of entrepreneurship in Jordan. Based on the survey of Jordanian adults (2006 individuals in total) which is carried out by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), it is reported that entrepreneurship in Jordan is lower than might be expected. In addition, while cultural attitudes are favorable, males are much more likely than females to become involved in entrepreneurial activity. Finally, the results indicate that while the density of entrepreneurship at the regional level reflects some significant differences, fear of failure is one of the most significant factors that impact entrepreneurial activity. Jordanian policy-makers should not assume that by promoting entrepreneurship per se, the national economy will achieve strong economic growth, and reduce unemployment levels. Such a well-intentioned policy might lead to nothing but disappointment at the macro level. Unless the quality (and quantity) of entrepreneurship improves, the likely impact of Jordanian entrepreneurship, especially female entrepreneurship, will remain centered around poverty reduction.
A Review: Biogas Production from Bakery Waste published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vaibhav Kodag | Dr. G. S. Kulkarni The Anaerobic Digestion process is one of the non-thermal technologies of energy recovery from waste. Bakery waste is seen to be a very vital source of nutrient been unused. Bakery waste contains sugars which are easy to degrade along with other nutrients. There is an immense potential of extracting energy from bakery waste in form of biogas. The present paper states that an option of feedstock is available in form of bakery wastes like different varieties of bread, biscuits, rolls, donuts, pizza dough waste etc. underwent experimentations. Bread and biscuit waste for a retention time of 22 to 42 days produced methane 45% and above. The pH was found to be in a range of 5.3 to 7.4 for overall bakery waste. The temperature for digestion of these wastes was between 20 ?C to 40?C. Vaibhav Kodag | Dr. G. S. Kulkarni"A Review: Biogas Production from Bakery Waste" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12744.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/environment-engineering/12744/a-review-biogas-production-from-bakery-waste/vaibhav-kodag
REVIEW PAPER ON EXPERIMENTAL PERFORMANCE INVESTIGATION OF HOUSEHOLD REFRIGERATOR WITH LATENT THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ms. Gaikwad P.R*, Ms. Londhe A.G, Prof. Shaikh S.M Refrigerators have increasingly been finding way in the Indian homes. Importantly, a large proportion of the Indian population still resides in such areas. A growing global environmental awareness and the rising costs of energy are driving the demand for the development of sustainable cooling technologies. It is estimated that refrigeration and airconditioning are responsible for 15% of the global electricity consumption. Most governments have implemented minimum energy performance standards for household refrigerators and energy labeling programs to regulate the market and drive the search for innovative solutions, to further improve the efficiency of these appliances. Phase change materials (PCMs) are substances with high latent heat content that freeze and melt at a nearly constant temperature, accumulating or releasing large amounts of energy during the process. The application of PCMs in domestic refrigerators is a novel solution with the potential to improve the appliance efficiency. The cooling energy stored in the PCM can be used to cool the compartment, increasing the refrigerator energetic autonomy, while the power supply is switched off.
Effect of Nutrition Education on Selected Minerals (Iron and Calcium) Status and Outcome of Pregnancy published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Lokeswari M, Jyothi A The prenatal period is very important for both the mother and the child. If the mother has the knowledge about her diet in prenatal period, it leads to good health of mother, prevention of complications and healthy child. Some of the rectifying strategies include proper intake of diet during pregnancy, creating awareness on nutrition in pregnancy and supplementation of additional requirements. The present study was under taken to assess the nutritional status during pregnancy before and after nutrition education and to assess the impact of nutrition education on birth weight. Sample of the study consisted of 400 pregnant women out of which 200 were experimental and 200 were control group subjects who are attending antenatal clinics in selected health centers, chittoor. Results revealed that A significant difference @1% was identified in the nutritional status in the experimental group when compared to control group Fifty three percent Birth weights (Between 2.5-4kgs) of newborn babies were more than the normal weight that is 2 kgs. When compared to the control group thirty six percent this may be due to effective nutrition education.
A Survey on Delegating Log Management to The Cloud published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sinu P S, M.Ananthi? A log is a collection of record of the events that occurs within an organization containing systems and networks. Logs are being composed of entries which are of its own syntax; each log entry has information that are related to a specific event which has been occurred inside a system or network. Actually, logs are used basically for problems like troubleshooting, but at present logs serve many functions almost in all organizations, for optimizing performance of the system and network, for recording all the actions of users, and for providing useful data for malicious activity investigation. Logs have been in use for containing information that are related to various forms of events that are occurring in the networks and systems. Inside an organization, there are much logs which do contain records that are related to the security of the system; some common examples of these computer security logs are logs that are related to audit that contains the track of user authentication attempts and logs of security device that record the possible types of attacks. In this paper, we focus on the challenges for a secure cloud-based log management service and do propose a framework for doing the above.
Potential of Agaricus Bisporus for Bioremediation of Different Heavy Metals published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Deepika Chauhan and Chandrakala Suhalka Bioremediation means to reduce heavy metals or toxic substances with the help of biological organism. Agaricus bisporus was noted potent for heavy metals bioremediation. Present study was conducted in aspects of change in biomass with the increasing concentrations of different heavy metals in spam of Agaricus bisporus. It was observed that maximum biomass was in control that was 0.0736 gm and minimum biomass in 100 ppm concentration of PbSO4 that was 0.0048. In AAS (Atomic Absorption spectrophotometer) analysis maximum concentration of absorbed heavy metal in 100 ppm concentration of PbSO4 i.e. 17.209 and minimum was in 25 ppm concentration of CuSO4 0.572.
Performance of Crude Oil Commodity Futures Market in MCX in India published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Dr. K. PRABHAKAR RAJKUMAR Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Periyar University, Salem-11. M.THILAGA Full time PhD Research Scholar, Department of Commerce, Periyar University, Salem-11. Abstract The history of commodity derivative the market in India dates back to the ancient times, but the first organized market was established in 1875. However, by the mid-1960s government took a drastic step by banning derivatives trade altogether. The commodity derivative market remained virtually absent in the next four decades and it made the restart only in the early 2000s. Since its reintroduction is thriving and the current trend shows strong growth potential of the market, although, the actual growth trajectory will depend upon the attitude of the policymakers and the efficiency of the regulatory mechanism. The development of the crude oil refining industry and the internal combustion engine has influenced each other during the 20th century. This study focused on the performance of crude oil commodity futures market in MCX in India. India, like many other developing countries, is a net importer of energy; more than 76 percent of crude oil is being met through imports. But the Total value of crude oil trade in 2017 was 106550844.32
Job Satisfaction vs. Occupational Stress- An Empirical Analysis published in

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Dr. Kritika The present study investigates the relationship between the job satisfaction and occupational stress among Employees of Universities of Haryana. The sample of the study constitutes of 500 Employees engaged in different Universities of Haryana. The results of the study revealed that there is great negative impact of role of overload, role ambiguity, role conflict, unreasonable political pressure, responsibility for persons, under participation, poor peer relationship, intrinsic impoverishment, low status, strenuous working conditions powerlessness and unprofitability on job satisfaction of Employees of Universities of Haryana.
ARM MICRO-CONTROLLER BASED MULTI -FUNCTION SOLAR TRACKING SYSTEM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
D.Rajendra Prasad, K.Sudhakar? In remote areas the sun is a cheap source of electricity because instead of hydraulic generators it uses solar cells to produce electricity. While the output of solar cells depends on the intensity of sunlight and the angle of incidence. The solar panels must remain in front of sun during the whole day. But due to rotation of earth those panels cant maintain their position always in front of sun. This problem results in decrease of their efficiency. Thus to get a constant output, an automated system is required which should be capable to constantly rotate the solar panel. In this project we are implementing Automatic Sun tracking System on both sides. One side of automatic sun tracking system we have sensor network which track the position of sun and based on the position rotate the solar panel towards the direction where the intensity of sunlight is maximum and transmit the data to control remote system via wired or wireless medium. Based on the data received it gives the signal to stepper motor to rotate the large panel. The unique feature of this system is that instead of taking the earth as its reference, it takes the sun as a guiding source. The system can display the result on the LCD display. The primary objectives were compact design, efficient energy collection, and ability to monitor available battery charge status using ARM based Microcontroller and also provide to power supply for control system unit. In this project we are using ARM7TDMI based LPC2148 microcontroller to control the position of the solar panel ,which is having 64 pin capability ,512KB of Flash memory ,8 to 32KB of SRAM and many peripherals ,working with internal clock generation using PLLs up to 60 MHz . The application code will be developed in Embedded C language. Keil4 IDE software will be used to build the Hex file and flash magic is used to dump the GENERATED Hex file in to microcontroller.
A Study on Organisational Climate and its Impact on Job Satisfaction of Doctors in the Multi-Speciality Private Hospitals in Coimbatore published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr.P.Siva kumar, Dr.R.Kannappa The purpose of this study is to investigate organizational climate and its impact on job satisfaction of doctors in the multispecialty private hospitals. The researcher collected Primary data by using a Proportionate Stratified sampling method. The researcher also personally contacted 135 respondents, .These respondents were working in the Multi Specialty private hospital in Coimbatore. For this study the researcher has confined to 135 respondents only The Statistical Package for the Social Science (SPSS) for Microsoft Windows 20.00 was used to complete the analysis of the collected data. Descriptive statistics, including means, standard deviations were implemented in order to investigate the demographic data, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) were used to determine whether any significant relationships exist among respondents. In addition, the .05 level of statistical significance was set at all statistical tests in the present study. The findings of the study were generalized as follows: Statistically significant differences were found. In the end of the study implications and conclusion were provided.
Differentiation of Neural Progenitor Cells from Pluripotent Stem Cells in Artificial Niches published in

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Yan Li Neural progenitor cells (NPCs) derived from pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) provide a promising cell source for disease modeling, drug screening, and tissue engineering. To fulfill the potentials of PSC-derived NPCs, a series of fundamental issues, especially the effects of stem cell niches, need to be elucidated to gain a precise control over stem cell response. This article discussed several important niche factors that affect NPC differentiation from PSCs: 1) seeding density to represent cell-cell interactions; 2) the extracellular matrix (ECM)-bound growth factors to present cell-growth factor interactions; and 3) the substrate stiffness to represent cell-matrix interactions. Understanding the effects of these factors will better recreate the stem cell niche to promote neural differentiation from PSCs. Key Words: Pluripotent Stem Cell; Extracellular Matrix; Neural Differentiation.
ORGANIZATIONAL AND NATIONAL CULTURE OF MONTENEGRIN COMPANIES IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATIONA PROCESS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gordana Nik?evi? Global economic trends have brought together national and local markets into the world market by erasing national borders and thus imposing new rules of conduct. Companies in Montenegro are faced with globalization process. In such a situation, to be competitive, Montenegrin companies must overcome old models and ways of doing business and find new ones. Namely, they need to adapt their own organization (organizational culture) to new conditions. So, in the battle for competitiveness, organizational culture emerges as an important factor of companys success. In the theoretical part of the paper the author first explains the relationship between organizational and national culture. Since this relationship can best be seen in the case of multinational companies, the author dedicated next presentation to organizational culture of multinational companies. However, the aim of this paper is to examine, through the practical part, i.e. characteristics of organizational culture of Montenegrin companies, the relationship between organizational and national culture as well as their influence on corporate performance, and all of it through the prism of complex and contradictory globalization process. The survey was conducted on the sample of 16 companies in Montenegro, i.e. 324 respondents.
Is Work Life Balance a very necessary one? published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. A. Raajarajeswari, B. Yuvaprakash Worklife balance is a concept including proper prioritizing between "work" (career and ambition) and "lifestyle" (health, pleasure, leisure, family and spiritual development/meditation). Related, though broader, terms include "lifestyle calm balance" and "lifestyle choices". In recent years the challenge of maintaining a balance between work life and personal life has grown significantly influential in modern life style. Employees face greater workload, increasing time pressure and growing obstacles in satisfying both job and personal life demands. At work the demand for efficiency leads to more tasks, which have to be fulfilled in a shorter period of time, which disturbs the balance of work life.
Construction and Standardization of Internet Survey Scale published in

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Voltage Collapse Proximity Indicator based Placement and Sizing of Static VAR Compensator using BAT Algorithm to Improve Power System Performance published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
B.Venkateswara Rao and G.V.Nagesh Kumar Power systems are becoming increasingly more complex due to the interconnection of regional system and deregulation of the overall electricity market. At present owing to the increase in power demand, power system has become more complex and heavily loaded, and is subjected to unstable or insecure operations. For secure operation, it is required to enhance the level of a security margin of the power system. In this paper sensitivity analysis based Voltage collapse proximity Indicator (VCPI) is proposed to select the optimal location of Static VAR Compensator (SVC). An Optimal Power Flow using BAT algorithm is carried out in order to find the optimal size of SVC which minimizes the total real power generation cost. Power System security is assessed using Line security index and voltage security index for IEEE 14 and IEEE 30-bus system using MATLAB Simulation. The results are presented and analyzed for BAT Algorithm based Optimal Power Flow without and with SVC and compared with Genetic Algorithm (GA).
METHOD OF PREDICTING THE SEISMIC-RESISTANT OF PROTECTED OBJECTS NEAR BLASTING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Serhii Aleksandrovych Kraichuk; Natalia Serhiivna Remez; Oksana Yaroslavivna Tverda; Serhii Vasyliovych Dyniak The method of numerical calculation of the parameters of seismic waves by the explosion of cylindrical charges group in soil array and their interaction with the soil foundation of protected structures, which allows on the basis of complex applications calculate seismic load on the subject taking into account its geometrical and inertial characteristics and parameters of blasting and ground conditions is developed.
ASSESSMENT OF DISEASE BEHAVIOURS AND CONDITIONS SURROUND THE DIABETIC CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS IN THI-QAR PROVENCE. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*Najim Abbas Jabir., 1Makarim Mohammad Ali Hassan., 2Fatima Assad., 2Hadyel Kamel. Our goal was to estimate the conditions surround the prevalence of diabetes mellitus in children and adolescents less than18 years of age throughout the period of (October 2012 - May 2013) in the Al Nasiryia city, according to age, gender, area, onset of disease, crises number, genetic risk factors, family economical level, clinical features, blood parameters.
EFFCIENCY ANALYSIS: AN INSIGHT INTO DEA COST MODEL AND ITS APPLICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shameena.H.Khan*1 , Mary Louis.L This paper presents a mathematical programming approach, known as Data Envelopment Analysis(DEA) to provide a relative cost efficiency estimate of 180 maize farmers. DEA with multiple number of inputs and outputs is a non-parametric efficiency evaluation method and it is widely applied by researchers in efficiency evaluations of various sectors. Farming is not only about the production hence emphasis is given on input oriented cost minimization technique. Six inputs and one output were considered for this study. Cost efficiency of decision making units(DMU) by DEA is carried out through linear programming methods and it compares the efficiencies among different units. DMUs that lie on the frontier curve are efficient in selecting the optimum input and producing the desired amount of output at minimum cost. The result shows that only 40% of the samples were on the frontier line.
ANALYSIS OF 3D TOOL WEAR FOR TURNING OPERATION BASED ON FINITE ELEMENT METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S Santhosh Kumar*, P Srinivas Reddy, Appalanarasimha Murthy B Turning is probably most important and widely used conventional mechanical processes. In machining, tool wear influences cutting power, machining quality, tool life and machining cost. When tool wear reaches a certain value, increasing cutting force, vibration and cutting temperature cause surface integrity deteriorated and dimension error greater than tolerance. The life of the cutting tool comes to an end. Then the cutting tool must be replaced or ground and the cutting process is interrupted. The cost and time for tool replacement by adjusting the machine tool increases cost and decreases productivity. Hence tool wear relates to the economics of machining and prediction of tool wear is of great significance for the optimization of cutting process. This work presents a modeling and simulation analysis with FEM for CNC turning. The work describes the simulation of finite element 3D turning process. Second it identifies the correlation between experimental results and simulated results. Extensive experimentations, investigators carried out on CNC turning and the details are reported. The objective of present work is to analyze the tool wear of the cutting tool used in the machining operations. The most important part of this work represents the describing of FEM analysis steps: pre-processing, simulating and postprocessing of data for the established machining processes. An analysis of the most important simulation results is made on displacement due to vibration, cutting forces, stresses, chip formation, tool wear and temperature. The carbide insert tools are used for the experimental work. Total fifty four experiments are carried out and the results are plotted in the form of graphs. These graphs show the variation of displacement and flank wear with respect to cutting speed and the various conclusions are drawn from these graphs.
ANALISA PENGARUH REDUKSI TERMAL TERHADAP KERUSAKAN STRUKTUR (STRUCTURAL-DISORDER) PADA LAPISAN TIPIS GRAPHENE OXIDE TEREDUKSI published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Biaunik Niski Kumila, ChuanPu Liu Tujuan penelitian ini adalah menganalisa kerusakan struktur pada lapisan tipis graphene oxide setelah direduksi pada temperatur reduksi yang bervariasi. Lapisan tipis graphene oxide yang disintesis menggunakan metode Hummers direduksi secara termal pada variasi temperatur 3500C dan 8500C selama 2 jam dalam pemanas vakum (~10-3Torr). Kuantitas defect sampel dikarakterisasi menggunakan Raman Spectroscopy sedangkan mikrostrukturnya dikarakterisasi menggunakan SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). Persentase (kuantitas) defect pada graphene oxide dinyatakan dengan ID/IG. Nilai ID/IG graphene oxide, graphene oxide tereduksi pada temperatur 3500C dan 8500C secara berurutan adalah 0.958, 0.823 dan 1.102. Nilai ID/IG tersebut menunjukkan bahwa kuantitas defect graphene oxide berkurang setelah direduksi pada suhu 3500C tetapi bertambah saat direduksi pada suhu 8500C. Hasil gambar SEM menunjukkan bahwa lapisan tipis graphene oxide menkerut setalah direduksi pada temperatur 3500C dan berubah menjadi material seperti graphite berpori (porous stacked-layer graphite) setelah direduksi pada temperatur 8500C. Kata-kata kunci: graphene oxide tereduksi, reduksi termal, kerusakan struktur. Abstract The aim of this research is to analyse the structural-defect of graphene oxide reduced at various reduction temperatures. Graphene oxide thin film synthesized by Hummers method was thermally reduced at the temperature of 3500C and 8500C for 2 hours in vacuum condition (~10-3 Torr). The presence of defects was characterized by Raman spectroscopy while the material’s microstructure was characterized by SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). A measure of defects existing on graphene oxide was represented by a ratio of D peak intensity and G peak intensity (ID/IG). The ID/IG value of raphene oxide and graphene oxide which is thermally reduced at 3500C and 8500C was 0.598, 0.823 and 1.102, respectively. Those ID/IG indicated that the quantity of defect was diminished after thermal reduction at 3500C, yet it was increased after severe thermal reduction at 8500C. SEM images of samples indicated the wrinkled graphene oxide thin film after thermal reduction at 3500C and it formed a porous stacked-graphite like material after severe thermal reduction at 8500C Keywords: reduced graphene oxide, thermal reduction, structural disorder .
EDUCATIONAL DATA MINING IN THE FIELD OF HIGHER EDUCATION-A SURVEY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nupur Bhagoriya*, Priyanka Pande As we know that in today the higher education is important for every human being. The new trends and techniques are playing very crucial and important role to improve the quality of higher education. Now we need some more sophisticated and emerging trends that turns to improve the quality of higher education. Educational Data Mining is one of the emerging trends that concerned with developing methods for exploring the unique types of data that come from educational settings, and using those methods to better understand students, and the settings which they learn in.
Investors Awareness of Gold Exchange Traded Fund in India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. R. Umarani, D. Deepa In recent days a lot of investors invest their money in different ways like Bank Deposits, Commodities like Gold, Silver etc., Post Office Savings Schemes, Public Provident Fund, Company Fixed Deposits and Stock Market options like Bonds and Debentures, Mutual Funds, Equity Shares etc., Gold Exchange Traded Fund (GOLD ETF) is the one of investment portfolio of stock market. In our country is the largest consumers are buying gold. Gold ETFs are another effective way to invest in the yellow metal. Gold ETFs are Mutual Funds listed on National Stock Exchange of India (NSE) and Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Objective of the study is create awareness to the investors. The Asset Management Companies and The Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI) are has to promote a lot of investor awareness programmes, seminars, advertisements and other promotion activities only then Gold ETF will be reach to the investors conveniently
Performance Appraisal as a Change Bringer Issues and Prospects published in

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Shweta Pandey, Dr. M. S. Khan Performance appraisal means to reinforce and to sustain the change in performance management in which organization has to assists that develop workers with their skills that align with the organizations change, goals and to determine employee skills deficits that require development and strengthening. Now to successfully implement the change, organizations need to workforce with the change that align the performance what they need to do the people must understand, what they been able to do it, and it has been done by proper incentives and rewards. This paper highlights that to study the relationship between performance appraisal and employees performance and the motivation as a moderator in change management as to support the change in recognizing the performance in the change process and to recognize the reward positive approaches. The paper used data collected from websites and other secondary sources. Lastly, aligning individual and organizational performance management systems drives new behavior and gradually shifts the organizational culture in support of the change vision.
EFFECT OF TIME INTERLEAVING PARAMETERS IN MOBILE DVB-T2 SYSTEMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
K. Sambasivarao*, N.V. Ramana & M. Venkata Manikanta DVB-T2 is an abbreviation for Digital Video Broadcasting– Second Generation Terrestrial.It is the extension of the television standard DVB-T. DVB-T2 succeeds in achieving the reception quality and a capacity increase of 50% over its predecessor DVB-T. This system transmits compressed digital audio, video, and other data using physical layer pipes (PLPs),using OFDM modulationtechnique (modes of 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, 16k, and 32k)with concatenated channel coding and interleaving. DVB-T2 implements a very flexible time interleaving that allows multiple tradeoffs in terms of time diversity, latency and power saving. In this paper, we study in detail these tradeoffs in the context of mobile reception.. In addition, we propose the utilization of upper layer FEC protection in order to overcome the limitations of the DVB-T2 physical layer for the provision of long time interleaving, and enable fast zapping. Using this UL-FEC we can get gains up to 4 dB to 9 dB in highdiversity scenarios.FEC is concatenated low density parity check code(LDPC) and BCH codes (as in DVB-S2 and DVBC2), with rates 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, and 5/6.The performance is evaluated by means ofcomputer simulations. For the simulations we have used a configuration of 64QAM, code rate 1/2 and maximumsub-slicing. Our investigation shows that the utilization of sub-slicing is highly beneficial in fast fading scenarios.
Experimental Study on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Characteristcs of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger using hiTRAN Wire Inserts published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Manoj Shendre | Sandeep Biradar Heating and cooling process of fluid streams is a standard operation in petrochemical and other industries. This operation is often performed in heat exchangers where the hot or cold fluid flows inside and outside the tubes. Shell and tube heat exchangers are most widely used in practical applications. They are also having special importance in process industries as well as in refrigeration and air conditioning industries. The analysis of heat exchanger performance is difficult, since it involves both forced and natural convection heat transfer due to the complex mechanisms conditions are considered. Heat transfer in case of laminar flow (Re < 2000) regimes is normally low but can be enhanced by the use of tube inserts or tabulators. Manoj Shendre | Sandeep Biradar"Experimental Study on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Characteristcs of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger using hiTRAN Wire Inserts" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9451.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/9451/experimental-study-on-heat-transfer-and-fluid-flow-characteristcs-of-shell-and-tube-heat-exchanger-using-hitran-wire-inserts/manoj-shendre
E- Ticketing in India A Study on the Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd. published in

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Dr. Vijetha S.Shetty Digital business is the need of the hour, digitalise or perish is the slogan for every business of physical world businesses whether small, medium or large sized. The present study is on the study of e-ticketing services in India with special reference to the IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd). The study also covers the consumers perspectives towards IRCTCS e-ticketing services. Analysis shows that the consumers perception towards IRCTC e-ticketing services is positive, however there are some glitches which need to be overcome.
Astudy on Emotional Intelligence of Employees in Work Place at Jay Ushin Limited published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
P. Deepa, Dr. Radha Ganeshkumar -
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES OF CRUDE METHANOLIC EXTRACT AND FRACTIONS OF THE BULB OF CRINUM JAGUS (LINN) published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Akintola A. O, Maduagwu E.N, Adegoke A.O, Kehinde B. D, Ademowo O.G Crinum jagus is a medicinal plant used traditionally in Nigeria to treat infectious diseases such astuberculosis andmalaria. In the present study, the antimicrobial properties of the crude extract and chromatographic fractions from the bulb of Crinum jaguswere investigated against clinical and laboratoryisolates of bacteria and fungi using both agar well diffusion and agar dilution methods.Ampicillin (antibacterial) and tiaconazole(antifungal) were used as positive reference standard drugs.The crude plant extract and its fractionsdemonstrated broad spectrum activityagainst all the bacteriaand fungi isolatestested. Fraction 1 (24.00 mm zone of inhibition, MIC: 0.20 μg/mL, MBC:0.39μg/mL, MFC: 0.78μg/mL)demonstrated the highest activity, followed by Fraction 2 (24.00mm zone of inhibition, MIC: 0.39μg/mL, MBC: 0.78μg/mL, MFC: 1.56μg/mL. Fraction 3 (20:00mm zone of inhibition, MIC: 0.78μg/mL, MBC: 0.78μg/mL, MFC: 1.56μg/mL,). The crude extract howeverdemonstratedthe least activity against the test bacteria and fungi (18.00 mm zone of inhibition,MIC: 6.25mg/mL, MB: 25.00mg/mL, MFC: 50mg/mL.Preliminary phytochemical analysis revealed the presence of alkaloids, phenols, flavonoids,saponinsand steroids which may account for the antimicrobialactivity of theplant. The result of the study demonstrated that the extractand fractions of the bulb of Crinum jagus has appreciable antimicrobial properties and suggest that it may be useful in the treatment of microbial infections.
A Comparison Study Between Two Hydrogen Sensors published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Dr. Albashir Zomrawi In this research work, a comparison study has been carried out between Palladium Pd coated PMMA Poly Methyl Meth acryl ate optical sensor and Palladium thin films sensor that have been prepared on glass substrates. PMMA were sputter coated with Palladium using a sputter coating facility offered by the He riot Watt University, during sputter coating the target palladium is showered with argon gas such that atoms from the target are ejected by the ionized gas and then deposited on the PMMA substrate. Palladium thin films have been prepared on glass substrates by vaporization deposition technique with annealing temperature is around 600 C. Relative inertness of the sensors to relative humidity makes it specific to detect hydrogen at low concentration. Target environments for the proposed sensors are fuel cell cabinets, industrial process plants, submarines, nuclear fuel power generation and decommissioning plants. Results showed that optical characteristics of the prepared sensors are highly sensitive, but their properties considerably vary when the measurements conducted in vacuum or in air. In the two sensors the response-recovery time of Pd materials to hydrogen gas characterized to be extremely short. Dr. Albashir Zomrawi "A Comparison Study Between Two Hydrogen Sensors" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18443.pdf
ANADOLU MEDENİYETLERİ MÜZESİ’NDE SALÂHADDÎN EYYÛBÎ’YE AİT NADİR BİR BAKIR SİKKE published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Ramazan UYKUR Bu makalede Ankara Anadolu Medeniyetleri Müzesi, envanterinde kayıtlı bulunan ve Salâhaddîn Eyyûbî tarafından Nesîbin (Nusaybin)’de 578 (1183) yılında basılmış bakır bir sikke incelenmiştir. Sikkenin ön yüzünde cepheden verilmiş Bizans kıyafetli ve Sasani tarzı üç uçlu kral tacı takmış büst bulunmaktadır. Büstün yüz özellikleri ise ay yüzlü, çekik badem gözlü Selçuklu üslubundadır. Sikkenin arka yüzünde özellikle bir yazıt dikkat çekmektedir. Salâhaddîn bu yazıtta “Yûsuf bin Eyyûb Muhyî devlete Emîrü’l-Mü’minîn” gibi iddialı bir unvan kullanmıştır. İslam devletini yaşatan anlamlarına gelen ifade 566 (1170) yılında son Fatımi halifesi el-Azad’ı tahttan indirdiğinde, Salâhaddîn’e bizzat Abbasi halifesi el-Müstedî tarafından verilmiştir. Araştırma sonucunda Sasani ve Bizans kralları tarzında sikke kullanımının Salâhaddîn Eyyûbî ile başlamadığı, Arapların ve Artuklu Türkmenlerinin özellikle Roma ve Bizans üslubunda sikkeleri uzun yıllar kullandıkları görülmüştür. Bütün bulgular ortaya konduğunda ise araştırmanın sonunda söz konusu sikkenin nadir bir örnek olduğu anlaşılmış ve sikkenin değeri daha da artmıştır.
Acrylamide Content in Selected Commercial Foods in Egypt Using HighPerformance Liquid Chromatography? Photodiode Array Detection. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Enas Mahmoud Mekawi This study reports the results of the survey study on acrylamide levels in selected foods products collected randomly from supermarkets in Egypt. Acrylamide (AA) can be industrially produced or formed in processed food by a Millard type of reaction between sugar molecules and the amino acid asparagine. In order to estimate the quality of these foods and their effects on public health, the content of acrylamide in commercial potato chips, breakfast cereals, snacks, biscuit, bread, coffee and baby food has been determined. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled to photodiode array detector technique was employed for the analysis. Extraction method was followed in order to allow low concentrations of acrylamide to be detected. Limit of detection was 30 ?g/ kg. In general, the highest value of acrylamide (1226 ?g/kg) was detected in potato crisps whereas the lowest value was detected in powdered baby food (20 ?g/ kg). The outcome of current study has strongly recommended the necessity to conduct a large-scale survey to evaluate the levels of acrylamide in commercial food products.
CLASSROOM ATTENDANCE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF 1ST MBBS STUDENTS IN BIOCHEMISTRY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Soma Gupta1* and Dr. Sanjoy Kunti2 Attendance in didactic lecture classes in Biochemistry of 276 students of Midnapore Medical College was studied along with their marks in Biochemistry in 1st Professional MBBS examination. The statistical analysis shows a positive correlation among classroom attendance and university marks. The regression analysis also reflects that university mark is dependent on theory class attendance. Hence a well prepared lecture class is very important method of teaching Biochemistry in medical colleges.
A COMPARITIVELY ANALISIS OF VARIOUS CMOS FINFET STRUCTURE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ragini Soni*, Mrs. Jyotsna Sagar Fin-type field-effect transistors (FinFETs) are promising substitutes for bulk CMOS at the nano scale. Fin FETs are double-gate devices. The two gates of a FinFET can either be shorted for higher performance or independently controlled for lower leakage or reduced transistor count. This gives rise to a rich design space. This chapter provides an introduction to various interesting Fin FET logic design styles, novel circuit designs, and layout considerations.
ANALYSIS OF NITROFURATOIN IN BULK DRUG AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS BY HPLC METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
G.Chandra Sekhar*, B.Satyanarayana, P.Sugunab, B.Narasimhulub A simple, economic, selective, precise, and accurate High Performance liquid Chromatographic method for the analysis of Nitrofuratoin in bulk drug and pharmaceutical formulations was developed and validated in the present study. The mobile phase consists of a mixture of Acetonitrile and buffer 88:12. And adjust the pH to 5.0 ± 0.05 with sodium hydroxide solution. This was found to give a sharp peak of Nitrofuratoin at a retention time of 8.423 min. HPLC analysis of Nitrofuratoin was carried out at a wavelength of 254 nm with a flow rate of 1.6 mL/min. The linear regression analysis data for the calibration curve showed a good linear relationship with a regression coefficient of 0.999 in the concentration range of 50 to 150 µg ml-1 . The linear regression equation was y =53.4120x-168.66. The developed method was employed with a high degree of precision and accuracy for the analysis of Nitrofuratoin. The developed method was validated for accuracy, precision, robustness, detection and quantification limits as per the ICH guidelines. The wide linearity range, accuracy, sensitivity, short retention time and composition of the mobile phase indicated that this method is better for the quantification of Nitrofuratoin.
PENGAWASAN HAKIM KONSTITUSI DALAM SISTEM PENGAWASAN HAKIM MENURUT UNDANG-UNDANG DASAR NEGARA RI 1945 published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Titik Triwulan Tutik This research is normative legal research. The objective of this research is firstly to clarify whether the essence of constitutional courts judges is not included in the term of judge in the 1945 constitution and Law number 24 2003 on judicial commission. Secondly, to know how model designs of controlling judges of constitutional court are after the issuance of Constitutional courts decision Number 005/PUU-IV/2006. The conclusion of research are the judges of constitutional court are regular judges bound to all judge regulations in Indonesia, because Indonesian constitution does not recognize different typologies of judges, the note of PAH I BP MPR that formulated amendment of the 1945 constitution the discussion surrounding the typologies of judges never took place; and the legal scholars, generally tend to generalize judges to include judges of constitutional courts. The control of constitutional court necessary to adopt integrated control system, that is internal control is done by Constitutional Court and external supervision mechanism conducted by external independent department, it is Judicial Commission.Based on those findings, in implementing an integrated supervision mechanism of Constitutional Courts Judges an amendment to the 1945 Constitution is recommended and revising the Law number 22 of 2004 on Judicial Commission and law number 24 of 2003 on Constitutional Court is urgently needed. Key words: control on justice of Constitutional Court, the system of judge control, an integrated supervision mechanism
Accounting harmonization in accordance with IAS and the functioning of systems at the microeconomic level published in

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Prof. dr. Alexandru Trifu, Loredana TerecVlad 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.
Analysis of Soil Quality Using Physico-Chemical Parameters of Shehra Taluka District : Panchmahals (Gujarat) published in

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K. P. Patel Physico-Chemical characteristic is based on various parameter like PH, Conductivity, Total Organic carbon, Available, Available Phosphorus (P2O5) and available Potassium (K2O).This study lead us to the conclusion of the nutrient's quantity of soil of Shehra Taluka, Dist.Panchmahals, Gujarat State. Soil sampling is the most vital step for any soil analysis. As a very small fraction of the huge soil mass is used for analysis. Results show that overage all the villages of this Shehra Taluka have various parameters like EC, PH, OC, P, K. This information will help farmers to decide the problems to said nutrients amount of fertilizers to be added to said to make the production economic.
Hydro-Pneumatic Suspension with Intelligent Active Suspensioning System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
M. Boopathi | S. R. Gauthamnithin | S. Harikrishnan | Prof. Dr. G. Kumaresan A shock absorber is a mechanical device designed to smooth out or damp a sudden shock impulse and dissipate kinetic energy. Without shock absorbers, the vehicle would have a bouncing ride, as energy is stored in the spring and then released to the vehicle, possibly exceeding the allowed range of suspension movement, Control of excessive suspension movement without shock absorption requires stiffer springs, which would in turn give a harsh ride. Shock absorbers allow the use of soft springs while controlling the rate of suspension movement in response to bumps. Now the project has mainly concentrated in designing a suitable suspension unit. The limit sensor is fixed to the front wheel. When the front wheel is in bounce, the limit sensor activates the pneumatic compressor automatically with the help of electronic control unit. Now the compressor starts running, activating the hydro pneumatic suspensor which is fitted in the back wheel. In a vehicle it reduces the effect of suspension travel on uneven terrains. Hydraulic system undergo torque multiplication in an easy way, independent of distance between input and output. Pneumatic system is based on the fact that gas is compressible so equipment is less subjected to shock loads. M. Boopathi | S. R. Gauthamnithin | S. Harikrishnan | Prof. Dr. G. Kumaresan"Hydro-Pneumatic Suspension with Intelligent Active Suspensioning System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10916.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/automotive-engineering/10916/hydro-pneumatic-suspension-with-intelligent-active-suspensioning-system/m-boopathi
A Study of Investment Decisions by Individual Investors published in

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Firoz Husain The globalization of financial markets has caused an increasing participation of retail investors over the past two decades by providing a huge range of market and investment options. The retail investors take into consideration their investment needs, goals, objectives and constraints in making investment decisions, but it is not practically possible to make successful investment decisions every time. The attitude of investors is influenced by a number of factors such as dividend, Get Rich Quickly strategy, cases of those investors who have attained great success, online trading, programmes related to the awareness of investors , experience of other successful investors and a lot more.
CONVENTIONAL AND INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR REMOVAL OF HEAVY METALS FROM ELECTROPLATING INDUSTRY WASTE WATER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. Monika Singh* and Dr.Susan Verghese.P The main goal today is to adopt appropriate measures and develop suitable techniques for removing heavy metals from waste water released from industrial operations. The major constituents in the waste water being generated from the metal finishing processes are cyanides, various metal ions [Fe, Cu, Ni, Ag, Mn, Pb, Zn and Cr(VI)] oils and greases, organic solvents, acids and alkalies. The characteristics of the waste stream from electroplating industries are so toxic and corrosive due to the presence of these heavy metals. The present paper reveals the electroplating industry operations which involve use of heavy metals and toxic chemicals and finally result in increased contamination and load of these metals in their waste stream discharges. The paper focuses on various easily available methods as chemical precipitation, low cost novel adsorption through coconut shell, mango seed and shell, bagasse, waste tea leaves, wood barks and usar soil, membrane processes, which are capable of 90% -100% removal of these metals, bioremoval methods, removal by minerals and removal by newer technique as semiconductor photo catalysis technology.
A Study on Organizational Climate and Employee Performance published in

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C. Jegajothi, Dr. S. Sudha Organizations have become more challenging today. It is not for any particular organization but affects all the organization. Organizations are seeking to improve the performance and many organizations have realized that human resources are of advantage and sustaining of the organization for a long term. It is significant that work environment plays a positive role in exerting greater efforts from the employee. Thus positive work environment can be created with the help of organization climate intervention. Positive organizational climate motives the employees to perform well and rewards.
Open Distance Leaning in Global Environment Issues and Challenges: Social Justice in India published in

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Somanayaka S, Basavaraju S Social justice generally refers to the idea of creating a society or institution that is based on the principles of equality and solidarity, that understands the values and recognizes the human rights and the dignity of every human being. A social justice is found not only in India also we can see in many countries of the world. There is basis biased on religion, caste, language, gender etc., therefore social justice is needed to overcome from all these bias. One way to come out of this bias can be only through education without any fence to all. Everyone has to offer formal education in Open University through open distance learning. One of the objectives of Open Distance Learning system in India is to democratize higher education by providing access to large segment of the population. In India the Open Distance Learning System only focuses on solving the basic problem of providing equal access to higher education. In spite of limited access to higher education India faces another problem that are the inequalities of other kinds within the education system mainly, the gender inequality and inequalities among the disadvantaged groups such as weaker sections in the larger neglected masses of the country. The aim of this paper is to brief review on how open distance learning system involve in social justices.
INTEGRATING ENVIRONMENTAL COST ACCOUNTING USING ACTIVITY BASED COSTING SYSTEMS: NIGERIAN MARCH TO SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVENESS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY. published in

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Egbunike, Patrick Amaechi, John Akamelu Chitom Racheal Changes in business environment triggered by global competition and Technological advancement has necessitated demands for relevant cost data and performance in organizations activities, processes, products, services and customers. The paper therefore aims at integrating environmental cost accounting using activity based costing systems: Nigerian march to sustainable competitiveness in the global economy. Data was collected from stakeholders across-industrial lines in Aba, Enugu, Nnewi and Onitsha in the south east of Nigeria. These cities are fast developing industrial hub in Nigeria. Data collected were analyzed using multiple linear regression. The study revealed an extreme low practice of Activity-based costing (ABC) among corporations. Secondly, it also showed that non-application ABC is the cause of our poor product costing comparable to international standard. Consequent upon these, the paper majorly recommended that manufacturing firms should properly integrate environmental costing using ABC to fully capture all the needed cost in their product pricing which would afford them global competitiveness.
Hypolipidaemic Potentials of Vernonia amygdalina (Bitter Leaf) in male albino rats fed high-sucrose diet published in

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Olooto WE, Ogunkoya OO, Akinyinka OA, Oyinloye EO Abstract Background: Increasing prevalence of obesity, overweight and metabolic syndrome secondary to excessive consumption of a high-sucrose and high-fat diet is a major global health problem. Objective: This study was meant to determine the hypolipidaemic potentials of phytochemicals present inVernonia amygdalina(Bitter leaf) in obese rats. Method: Thirty-two (6 weeks old, weighing 150-160g) male Wistar rats, were randomly selected and grouped into four: with eight rats in each group. The rats in the control group were fed normal rat chow and water while the three experimental groups were fed the various compounded diets and water ad libitum. At the end of 12th week, the animals fasted overnight, and Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) was performed in some while others were anaesthetized using diethyl ether. Fasting plasma, liver tissue lipid and lipoprotein levels were determined, and LDL-C was calculated. Result: Rapid weight gain (89.9%) was recorded in rats fed High Sucrose Diet [HSD] when compared with the control group (55.3%) without significant differences in the liver weight. The mean plasma glucose, triglyceride, total cholesterol and LDL-C levels were significantly higher (p = 0.000, p = 0.010, p = 0.000 and p = 0.002 respectively) while mean plasma HDL-C was significantly lower (p = 0.043) in rats fed HSD when compared with rats fed normal rat chow. A significantly lower plasma lipid and higher liver tissue HDL-C (p = 0.03) were observed in the Vernonia amygdalina-treated rats. Conclusion: HSD induces hepatic steatosis and the related biochemical changes while dietary Vernonia amygdalina ameliorates the biochemical changes in hepatic steatosis in rats.
SA based Genetic Algorithm for Reactive Power Optimization published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
B. Bhattacharya and S.K. Goswami Genetic Algorithm (GA) is hybridized with the Simulated Annealing (SA) technique while solving the reactive power optimization problem. This hybrid Genetic Algorithm is used for both optimum planning and dispatch of reactive Var Sources. SA used along with GA for reactive power optimization yields better solution than GA. First a focus zone of the search space is identifi ed by using the SA technique and then Genetic Algorithm (GA) with population initialized around that focus is applied to obtain the optimum.
“A STUDY ON WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENTTOWARDS PRIVATE PRODUCTION COMPANY SECTORS - AN OVERVIEW “ published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof Dr.V.SIVAKUMAR, Mr.J CHENDRAYAMOORTHY. & Mr. C.MANIARASAN Abstract Working capital management is part of the financial considerations that a finance manager needs to determine and plays an important role in determining the profitability of the firms. Working capital management is very essential one for any organization. Poor working capital management will affect a company in many ways. If a company does not have sufficient liquidity, it will not be able to meet its short term financial obligations, it will decrease its profitability and some time it may lead to shutdown the business. In view of its importance, this study aims to investigate on the effect of working capital management and its various types to describe the concept of working capital. Key words: Current capital, reserve margin, fluctuation, sustain, solvency, exploitation, seasonal working capital, special working capital
FtsZ, A Tubulin Homologue Spatiotemporally Regulates the Bacterial Cell Division published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aijaz Rashid | Shazia Ahad Most common pattern of Bacterial division is binary fission. Bacterial division occurs by the construction of Z-ring at appropriate time and at a defined site. FtsZ is the major component of Z-ring formation, and the polymerization of FtsZ is regulated in space and time by negative and positive regulators of FtsZ assembly. In the bacterial cell positive and negative regulators help in attaining a critical concentration gradient, such that at mid cell the critical concentration required for Z-ring formation is lowest, thus Z-ring formation takes place at this site only. Aijaz Rashid | Shazia Ahad"FtsZ, A Tubulin Homologue Spatiotemporally Regulates the Bacterial Cell Division" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2410.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/cell-biology/2410/ftsz-a-tubulin-homologue-spatiotemporally-regulates-the--bacterial-cell-division/aijaz-rashid
Assessment of Nutritional Status and Impact of Various Demographic Factors on it for 1 To 5 Years Children in the Urban Slum Population at Madrasi Colony, Tyagi Road, Dehradun, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Bijaya Mohanta, Saroj Kumar Pradhan The objective of this study was to assess the nutritional status of children one to five years of age and to determine the significant influence of various demographic factors on it at Madrasi colony, Tyagi road, Dehradun, India. Non-experimental survey research design was adopted for the study that focuses on obtaining information regarding the status of malnutrition. The study included 50 children, selected through purposive sampling technique. The data was collected with structured interview schedule and anthropometric assessment. Malnourishment was categorized according to the grades suggested by Indian Academy of Pediatrics. 18%, 38%, 10% and 2% children were classified under Protein Energy Malnutrition (PEM) grade I, II, III and IV respectively, whereas 32% children were found normal. Amongst many demographic variables included in this study for interpreting their association with malnutrition, mothers education was found to have significant impact on malnutrition of children of survillance area.
Selecting Cloud Deployment Model Using a Delphi Analytic Hierarchy Process (DAHP) published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
James Ngeru, Tridip Kumar Bardhan Cloud computing is a significant paradigm shift in information technology (IT) service offerings that has been receiving enormous attention in academic and IT industry. Recent years has seen exponential growth in cloud use adoption, where many organizations are moving their IT resources into cloud due to flexibility and low-cost. However, on account of rapid innovation and growth in cloud technologies and service providers, selecting the right cloud services, provider and strategy is becoming increasing a common challenge to organization during cloud adoption. In an attempt to address this challenge, we propose application of Delphi Analytic Hierarchy Process (DAHP) method in selecting cloud deployment model. There are several cloud deployment models and organizations must identify the right model that best suits their business needs. The proposed approach facilitates a collaborative decision making process, consisting a number of decision makers whom, with consensus facilitated by the DAHP process, identifies feasible approaches, decision making factors and ultimate selection of a cloud deployment model alternative that is based on organizational business needs and capabilities. The DAHP process is illustrated by a means of a case study. The DAHP result analysis, as was illustrated in the case study, helps in explaining and justifying the choice selected as the best cloud deployment model.
STATE AND PRIVATE CAPITAL INTERACTION AS A FACTOR OF COUNTRY’S SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Galina Olekhnovich, A.Yu. Sin’kevich One of the urgent problems of the world economy in modern conditions favor the interaction of state and private capital. In addition to the general characteristics of the article, this interaction is considered its role as a factor of socio-economic development of the country. On the rich factual material found in the the world practice shows how the development of forms of this interaction affects the growth and development of the national economy.
A review of health monitoring techniques of induction motor published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chaturvedi D K, Md. Sharif Iqbal, Mayank Pratap Singh and Vikas Pratap Singh Induction motor is singly excited and brushless,very simple, compact and extremely rugged in construction and most reliable and low cost motor. Although, these motors are reliable but often exposed to hostile environments during its operation which leads to early deterioration leading to the motors failure. Faults and failures of induction machines can lead to excessive downtimes and generate large losses in terms of maintenance and revenues. This paper deals with the study of identification of different type of faults and the health monitoring techniques commonly used in induction motors
PERFORMANCE SCALABILITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR ENTERPRISE BACKUP, RESTORE AND CLONING SOFTWARE FOR ORACLE DATABASE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kulkarni Sameer Anil* In modern era most sensitive thing is Data, everything on the internet deals with data. Data needs security and protection, data should not corrupt in any case, and in case it gets corrupted we need to get back that data. As I am working on oracle database this software supports various flours of oracle database like 11g, 12c as well as Real Application Cluster. Challenge for me is to use this software in scaled environment so for development of the scaled environment I had many options like chef, puppet but because of simplicity I have chosen puppet, by using puppet I prepared one server, and have written entire code on that server and as per requirement I used puppet to simply push the puppet module which will install desired binaries as well as packages
TO EVALUATE THE EFFICIENCY OF THE SECOND-TRIMESTER SCREENING (QUAD TEST) FOR FETAL CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITIES IN AHVAZ, IRAN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Najmeieh Saadati1, Sara Masihi1, Mahin najafian2, Maryam Mosavi Alizadeh*3 Objective: To evaluate the efficiency of quad test screening for chromosomal abnormalities in Ahvaz (Iran). Materials And Methods: Mternal serum concentrations of ?-fetoprotein, human chorionic gonadotropin, unconjugated esteriol, and inhibin-A were measured among 907 pregnant women from 15 to20 weeks of gestation during March 2013 to July 2014. Risk calculation, screenpositive rate and detection rate for chromosomal abnormalities were determined. Results: 190 women with high risk and 18 women with intermediate risk in the initial screening test decided to have invasive procedure for genetic diagnosis. Three cases of Down syndrome and one case of trsomy 13 were detected prenatally. Also, one case with Down syndrome was detected in follow-up despite a low estimated risk in screening test. The detection rate for Down syndrome was 75% (three out of four cases), with a 12% false-positive rate. Conclusion: The detection rate of quad test for Down syndrome in Ahvaz is very similar to the previous studies. But, falsepositive rate is higher than found in previous studies. Therefore, a study with a larger sample size is needed to determine standard multiple of medians (MoMs) for serum makers among Iranian women for use in risk assessment software.
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF TEPHROSIA CALOPHYLLABEDD. ROOTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
D.Ramadevi* The genus Tephrosia, is a rich contribution to promising biological activities. The chloroform root extract of Tephrosiacalophylla were tested for antibacterial and antifungal activity,the root extract of Tephrosiacalophylla showed moderate activity. The activity of the extracts increased with increasing concentrations.The antimicrobial activity of the chloroform extract were tested at two dose levels. 200mg/ml dose level extracts showed a good amount of antibacterial activity. Probably the activity is due to the presence of isoflavones like caloisoflavones. At 200 mg/ml dose level, the antifungal activity showed positive results. Aspergillusniger has strong activity against Pencilliumchrysogenum and Rhizopusstolonifer.
THE HEARTBLEED BUG: A RECENT VULNERABILITY IN OPENSSL published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Sachin R. Ponde, The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in a popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the protected information, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the internet for applications such as email, web applications, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual private networks (VPNs). This paper focuses on the this new bug in OpenSSL , risk involved with it, along with the mitigation.
Home Loan: A Comparative Analysis Of SBI And HDFC Bank published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. Prabha Garg, Dr. Ramphool Sharma Every citizen of the country dreams of having his own house. Especially when you plan to buy a home on loan. Home loans means that you buy a house on installments. In other words w hen you want to own a home and cannot afford to pay the amount in lump sum, you can pay it in monthly installments with an interest rate. There are number of companies and banks offer cheap loans at a low interest rate. Loan is offered to a borrower to purchase or build a new house on the basis of his/her eligibility and the banks lending rules. Government gave encouragement for house finance subsidiaries by offering number of tax concessions to individuals with the overall encouragement given to this sector, a number of players entered in housing finance. One of the most important benefits of taking a home loan is the interest rate that is allowed on the home loan. So this particular section will keep the housing loan demand high and increased lending rates can only shelve their plans for some time.
Performance of Quantitative Fecal Hemoglobin Versus Fecal Calprotectin as Markers of Crohns Disease Activity and Severity published in

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Hany M. Elsadek,Ahmad M. Hassaneen Background: Crohn's disease (CD) is characterized by recurring flares and remissions. Fecal biomarkers especially fecal calprotectin (f-Cal) have promising results as non invasive tools to assess disease activity and severity. However, these markers are often difficult to process and expensive. The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of quantitative fecal hemoglobin (f-Hb) measurement in comparison to f-Cal measurement, in the assessment of CD activity and severity. Methods: This study was performed on 52 patients of previously diagnosed Crohns disease, undergoing colonoscopy, and 26 healthy control subjects. Stool samples were collected for measurements of f-Hb and f-Cal, and blood samples for measurements of C-reactive protein (CRP) and routine blood tests. Endoscopic disease activity and severity were assessed and scored according to the Simple Endoscopic Score for CD (SES-CD). Results: There were significant positive correlations between SES-CD and all tested markers; serum CRP, f-Cal and f-Hb (r=0.395, r=0.670 and r=0.663, respectively). Using the statistically determined cutoff levels of f-Cal and f-Hb (177 g/g and 1.6 g/g, respectively), the sensitivity, specificity and overall diagnostic accuracies of both f-Cal and f-Hb in determining disease activity were very close (87.5% vs 83.3, 85.7% vs 85.7%, and 86.5 vs 84.6%, respectively) and much higher than that of CRP. Likewise, the sensitivity, specificity and overall diagnostic accuracies of both f-Cal and f-Hb in determining disease severity were also close (83.3% vs 83.3, 75.0% vs 66.7%, and 79.2 vs 75.0%, respectively). Conclusion: F-Hb can be used as a reliable simple and inexpensive marker of CD activity and severity with a diagnostic accuracy similar to f-Cal.
APPLICATION OF RASPBERRY PI BASED EMBEDDED SYSTEM FOR REAL TIME PROTECTION AGAINST ROAD ACCIDENTS DUE TO DRIVER’S DROWSINESS AND/OR DRUNK AND DRIVE CASES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kulkarni S. S. * , Harale A.D. Present work deals with the application of raspberry pi CPU based sensing system to the detection of driver’s lethargy and alcoholism in order to avoid the road accidents. The embedded system consists of 5 megapixel digital camera, alcohole detection sens or and the buzzeer interfaced to the microcontroller. The embedded system is controlled by Raspbian operating system. The system detects real time situation of the driver’s vigilance and control over the vehicle. If alcoholic and / or drowsiness tests are positive, it (i) switches on the alarm, (ii) turn off the vehicle’s engine via microcontroller based program controlling ignition power source and (iii) sends a sms to the person close to the driver’s location.
Simulation Approach with MATLAB GUI for Teaching Electronic Engineering Subjects published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Wai Phyo Aung The four main core of undergraduate electronic engineering course can be considered as Electronics, Computer Application, Control and Communication. The objective of this research was the development of software approaches in teaching undergraduate Electronic Engineering Candidates to cover the practice of what and how Electronics, Computer Application, Control and Communication processes are going on. This paper describes a simple computer-aided design approach for analysis of various system related to electronic engineering. The GUI design of this paper is mainly focus on teaching electronic circuits analysis, control system analysis and RFID antenna design. The simulation program for creating a GUI that linking sub-program of each fields is developed using Matlab GUI. This paper is just a portion of the research œDesign and Development of Easysuit Software Approaches for Electronic Engineering Subjects using Matlab. All performance result of a sample GUI program that students can use to analyse the behavior of circuits, control and communication systems. Dr. Wai Phyo Aung"Simulation Approach with MATLAB GUI for Teaching Electronic Engineering Subjects" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15742.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/15742/simulation-approach-with-matlab-gui-for-teaching-electronic-engineering-subjects/dr-wai-phyo-aung
BOLDINE TREATMENT PREVENTS KIDNEY DAMAGE IN RATS WITH 5/6 NEPHRECTOMY 1,2 published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Gonzalo I. Gómez, Victoria Velarde* Chronic renal failure ( CRF) results in the progressive loss of kidney function toward a terminal stage. It is manifested by the advancing decrease in glomerular filtration, due to morphological alterations such as tubular necrosis and glomerular sclerosis. Moreover, oxidative st ress increases in patients with CRF. Therefore, the use of natural products, such as the antioxidant boldine, has been observed to be a promising focus of research . We propose that boldine trea tment prevents kidney damage in 5/6 nephrectomized (5/6NX) rats . Rats (n=5/g roup) were treated with boldine (50mg/kg/day, gavage ) for 28 days after 5/6NX ; kidney function was evaluated measuring urinary protein/ creatinine ratio (Uprot/Ucrea) ; and oxidative stress measuring thiobarbituric a cid reactive substances (TBARS). E D - 1( marker of inflammation ) , Col III ( marker of kidney damage ) and Vimentin( recovery marker ) were evaluated by Western blot and immunohistochemistry. Uprot/Ucrea ratio (4.53±1.29AU in 5/6NX +Boldine; 13.30±4.14AU in 5/6NX ) and TBARS (39.52±3.73nmol/g in 5/6NX + Boldine; 62.42 ±1.05nmol/g in 5/6NX) were lower in 5/6NX+boldine rats than in 5/6NX rats p<0.05. In 5/6NX +boldine rats , levels of ED - 1 and Col III were lower compared to 5/6NX rats. Vimentin(mesenchymal marker) was increased in 5/6NX+boldine rats , compared with 5/6NX rats . These results suggest that boldine protects the kidney in rats with 5/6NX and that boldine could potentially be used as a nutraceutic
Residues and dissipation of lambda-cyhalothrin in pomegranate fruits published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.R. KADAM1, B.V. DEORE1 AND S.M. UMATE2 Field and laboratory studies on residues and dissipation of lambda-cyhalothrin in pomegranate fruits were coducted during 2010 at the Pesticide Residue Analysis Laboratory, Department of Entomology, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri, Ahmednagar M.S. The studies revealed that residues of imidacloprid persisted up to 3 days and 5 days in arils, 5 days and 7 days in whole fruits and 7 days and 10 days in peel of pomegranate fruits at recommended and higher doses, respectively.
ABOUT SOUNDS IN VIDEO GAMES published in

Mediamusic

Published by Mediamusic, LLC
Denikin A. A. The article considers the aesthetical and practical possibilities for sounds (sound design) in video games and interactive applications. Outlines the key features of the game sound, such as simulation, representativeness, interactivity, immersion, randomization, and audio-visuality. The author defines the basic terminology in study of game audio, as well as identifies significant aesthetic differences between film sounds and sounds in video game projects. It is an attempt to determine the techniques of art analysis for the approaches in study of video games including aesthetics of their sounds. The article offers a range of research methods, considering the video game scoring as a contemporary creative practice.
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF GUAZUMA ULMIFOLIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
C.Selvaraj, Haripriya.R, Naveen Raj .D and P.Thirumalai Vasan* The preliminary phytochemical analysis of ethanolic extract of Guazuma ulmifolia was analysized. The phytochemical analysis revealed the presence of alkaloids, carbohydrate, flavonoids, glycosides, phenols, protein, saponins , terpenoids and tannins. The phytocompounds were separated using thin layer chromatography. The antibacterial activity of separated phytocompunds such as alkaloids, flavonoids , saponins, tannins and terpenoids were tested against human pathogenic bacterial strains such as Escherichia coli, Klebsiella oxytoca , Klebsiella pneumonia , Salmonella typhi and Staphylococcus aureus. The saponins compounds exhibited promising activity against tested bacterial pathogens.
An examination of the remittance, financial development,and economic growth in developing countries published in

Journal of Economic and Financial Modelling (JEFM)

Published by Aves Publishers
Phouphet Kyophilavong, Gazi Salah Uddin, Bo Sj In this paper, we examine the causal relations between remittance, financial development, and economic growth in developing countries during the period of 19712010. We apply new methods based on simulations. Our ARDL-ECM estimation results disclose that the relations between remittance, financial development, and economic growth are country specific. Long-run bidirectional causality exists between remittance and economic growth in Bangladesh. Short-run unidirectional causality between economic growth and remittance exists in India. Reverse causality exists for Mexico and the Philippines. Remittance can play an important impact on the economic and financial development of the recipient countries.
20-HETE Mimetics or Inhibitors in the Treatment of Cancer Patients with Sepsis and Septic Shock published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Tunctan B* Patients with a variety of malignancies have a greater tendency to acquire infections than patients with non-malignant disorders. Sepsis and septic shock are common complications in patients with cancer. As the most common causes of morbidity and mortality in intensive care units worldwide, the societal and economic costs of cancer, sepsis, and septic shock are staggering. The molecular pathophysiology of cancer, sepsis, and septic shock remains controversial despite decades of study. 20-Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid (20-HETE), a ?-hydroxylation product of arachidonic acid that is produced by cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes, mainly by CYP4A and CYP4F isoforms, has been implicated in the regulation of proto-oncogenic, mitogenic, and angiogenic responses both in vitro and in vivo as well as inflammation that can support tumor progression. Therefore, selective 20-HETE inhibitors has been suggested to be a new class of compounds with antitumor and antiangiogenic activity. On the other hand, studies from our laboratory and others have provided substantial evidence that administration of a synthetic analog of 20-HETE, N-[20-hydroxyeicosa-5(Z),14(Z)-dienoyl]glycine, a 20-HETE mimetic, pre-vents vascular hyporeactivity, hypotension, tachycardia, inflammation, and mortality presumably due to increased CYP4A1 expression and formation of 20-HETE associated with decreased vasodilatory and proinflammatory mediator production in a rodent model of septic shock. This review will focus on the rationale for the use of 20-HETE mimetics or inhibitors for the treatment of cancer patients with sepsis and septic shock.
HUMAN CAPITAL AND MOTIVATIONAL FEATURES IN MODERN BELARUS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Bazyleva Marina The subject of analysis is human capital and motivation factors in the Republic of Belarus. The purpose of the study is to determine the nature of human capital and the determination of his motivating factors. PURPOSE: To determine the nature of human capital, to characterize the place of motivational components in his system, to identify the factors that motivate staff to highly productive labor. Research methods - a system common scientific and private methods of cognition. Results: The definition of the essence of human capital characterize the motivation to work as an essential element of human capital and to consider the role of material motives in its formation. The factors were considered such as GDP per capita, the share of wages in the produced GDP, the share of minimum wages in GDP, unemployment, unemployment benefits, especially pension system. Scope results - activities of management in the field of labor relations. Conclusions: In order to increase the motivational components of human capital necessary to pay attention to the GDP growth, increasing the share of wages in the produced GDP, increase of minimum wages in GDP, improving the mechanism of regulation of the labor market in terms of unemployment and improving the pension system.
PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF ANTICANCER ACTIVITY OF METHANOLIC EXTRACT OF MAYTENUS EMARGINATA (WILLD) IN RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Harshachandra*, 2Sura Ramya Sri and 1Ketan Hatware Cancer is one of the most serious health problems that affect the duration and quality of the individuals life. Enormous efforts are invested to cope with this problem, but unfortunately limited success has ever been achieved with most of the therapeutic strategies. These efforts are usually complicated with the need for well experienced surgeons, lack of specificity and high cost, as well as being usually accompanied with a wide range of side effects. As the conventional therapeutic strategies fail to fulfill the major requirements for a successful cancer therapy, the use of naturally developed anticancer agents has evolved as an alternative safe, low-cost and convenient one. Therefore, the use of plant extracts with potential anticancer therapeutic effects might be particularly significant, especially in Palestine, which is rich in thousands of plant species known for their medical uses. Moreover, the lack of expertise, the scares economical resources and the complicated political situation in Palestine dont allow the application of sophisticated surgical, chemo- and radio-therapies to cure cancer. Therefore, the current study, investigates the effect of crude methanolic extracts from Maytenus emarginata, Fig on cell lines derived from different human tissue origins (Hep3b: Hepatocellular carcinoma; Hela: cervical epithelial cancer; and A549: human lung adrenal cancer).The results showed a concentration-dependent reduction in the final number of cancer cells in consequence to treatment with the aforementioned methanolic extracts. Two kinds of anticancer effects were evaluated and found tocontribute to this reduction: the antiproliferation effect (decreased number of metabolically active cells) and cytotoxicity (decreased number of live cells).This extracts possess both of the effects with various degrees. Maytenus emarginata possess the strongest and most profound effects on the three cell lines, mainly by induction of cell death.Further studies are needed to assess the active ingredients of Maytenus emarginata, involved in the antiproliferative or cytotoxic effects of these plants. These studies must involve the establishment of in vivo animal models and the application of more efficient extraction and fractionation techniques.
Design and Implementation of a Web-Based Prisons Management and Police Investigation System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Amadi Christopher C | Aguodoh P. C | Amaugo Noble Information Technology (IT) has cut across all the areas of our society. In the light of this, I studied the Management Information System for Nigerian Prisons Service, Afara, Umuahia, Abia State with the aim of developing a software that can maintain an up-to-date record ofinmates as well as rendering quick and efficient services to the prisoners and also aid the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) with a database of records for their investigations as concerns ex-convicts. Bearing in mind that the management of most prisons in Nigeria is currently done manually. This manual process of managing the prisons records and procedures makes every available document prone to damage or theft. This project took time to go into relevant details within the scope and time frame to try and proffer quick and very affordable solution to this issue. Thisproject was done using basic Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) for visible web contents, javascript, Asp.Net for server scripting and MySQL database was used tostore and manage the prisoners records. The project was implemented successfullyand the result obtained provides a single management systemwhich integrates all the relevant information about a prisoner, staff and other implementable modules in a singleproject. It can easily be accessed by the NPF to get relevant details in cases that concerns ex-convicts or even prison officials. Amadi Christopher C | Aguodoh P. C | Amaugo Noble"Design and Implementation of a Web-Based Prisons Management and Police Investigation System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7020.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/7020/design-and-implementation-of-a-web-based-prisons--management-and-police-investigation-system/amadi-christopher-c
Synthesis and Biological Studies of Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) Complexes with ONNO Donor Coumarin Schiff Bases published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sangamesh A. Patil1*, ChetanT.P1, and Prema S. Badami2 The Schiff bases and their complexes of Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) have been synthesized from 6-formyl-7,8-dihydroxy-4-methylcoumarin with o-phenylene diamine/ethylenediamine. The Schiff bases and their metal complexes structurally characterized based on IR, NMR, UV-visible, ESR, magnetic, thermal, and mass and ESI-MS studies. The complexes are soluble in DMF and DMSO and their molar conductance values indicate that complexes are non-electrolytic in nature. Elemental analysis reveals ML.2H2O [M = Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II)] stoichiometry, where L stands for a doubly deprotonated ligand. The spectroscopic studies suggest the octahedral geometry. In which the lingands co-ordinates through azomethine nitrogen and phenolic oxygen via deprotonation. Thermal studies suggest co-ordination of water molecule to the metal ion. The Schiff bases and their metal complexes have been screened for their antibacterial activity against the bacterial species, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas auregenosa, klebsiella and Staphylococcus aureus, antifungal activity against the fungal species, Penicillium chrysogenum and Aspergillus niger. The anthelmintic activity of the synthesized compounds carried out using an adult Indian earthworm, Pheretima posthuma, due to its anatomical and physiological resemblance with the intestinal roundworm parasite of human beings.
Diversity and Economic Importance of Mayflies (Ephemeroptera) From Kolhapur Region, India. published in

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Dr. T. V. Sathe, Kamble Rohini P. May flies and their nymphs (naids)(Ephemeroptera) constitute an important food source for many fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, large insects and many aquatic invertebrates and are good indicators of water quality.Therefore, biodiversity and economic importance of may flies from Kolhapur region, India have been studies. A total of 33 species of mayflies belonging to 25 genera and 11 families have been reported predating by amphibians, reptiles and many fishes from Kolhapur region.
1916: the year when military dentistry was created in France published in

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Effective Study Habits : A need for students at any level of education published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Jyoti Khanna Education is regarded as an agent of nation development so factors that promote academic performance such as effective study habits should be encouraged among students. Acc ording to him, the promotion of effective study habits among students should be of profound interest to all stakeholders in the field of education. In India ineffective study habits lead to poor career performance, inefficiency on job, lack of job satisfac tion, low productivity, and gross under development and retrogression of the nations intellectual advancement. Good study habits make students days in school rich, productive and enjoyable
SCREENING OF ENDOPHYTIC FUNGI ISOLATED FROM SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS IN JABALPUR REGION FOR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Diva Gupta, Rama Mandal, Jyoti Singh Puttey and Sardul S. Sandhu* Drug resistance in bacteria, globally, has become an important issue and search for new antibacterial agent is inevitable. Endophytic fungi from medicinal plants provide a reservoir of bioactive metabolites. The present study made an attempt to isolate and screen endophytic fungi from some medicinal plants of Jabalpur region. The bioactive compounds from these fungi have tremendous antibacterial activity against five pathogenic bacteria viz. Escherichia coli, Bacillus subtilis, Salmonella typhimurium, Streptococcus pyogenes, Klebsiella pneumoniae. The isolated endophytic fungi may lead to novel natural product for use in pharmaceutical industries.
Construction management practices for demolition and renovation of structure in south-west region of Bangladesh: A Case Study published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
M. Jobaer Hasan, M. Yeasin Mostafiz, M. J. Hossain Demolition is the tearing down of buildings and other structures for the beneficial purposes. Here the word management refers to coordinated works of demolition and renovation works with respect to time frame. The main objective of construction management is the cost effectiveness in conjunction with safety measures during construction. A good number of buildings, structures in south-western region of Bangladesh were damaged due to environmental effects, such as - salinity, corrosion of reinforcement and soil characteristics. The important thing is that, in south-west region workers are locally available at low rate than south-east region. In this study, mainly the demolition and renovation works of roof slab and some other parts of a students dormitory (Fazlul Haque Hall) in Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET) which was damaged due to salinity and corrosion of reinforcement were analyzed by critical path method (CPM). It has found that if the contractor had applied CPM at the beginning of the project the firm could have saved at least 19 days for the work items of North block which was demolished manually. Demolition management deals with the demolition of those affected structures with reference to proper management for instant safety management, time management and cost management. In case of manual demolition, it requires more time than mechanical or explosive demolition. Moreover, it is difficult to maintain time frame because concrete strength is not same in each and every section so it is difficult to predict required time to demolish the structure.
Metastasis o Urinary Bladder From Endometrial Stromal Sarcoma A Case Report published in

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DR B V RAMA REDDY, DR P SATYANARAYANA RAO, DR P SRIDEVI, DR BVVD KIRAN MAYI Involvement of the urinary bladder in case of endometrial stromal sarcoma is very rare. Secondary tumours of the urinary bladder are rare. Endometrial stromal sarcomas are second most common uterine stromal malignancies. For its rarity the case is presented for the benefit of the readers.
اللهجات في الموشحات والأزجال الأندلسية published in

Annales du patrimoine

Published by Pr Mohammed Abbassa
د. محمد عباسة الملخص: ظهر الشعر عند العرب لأول مرة في القرن الرابع الميلادي في القبيلة وبلهجتها. وفي نهاية القرن الخامس الميلادي، استطاع فحول الشعراء الجاهليين أن يوحدوا لغة الشعر العربي. لقد ظل الشعر ينظم باللغة الفصحى إلى أن ظهرت الموشحات والأزجال الأندلسية التي لم تلتزم بالفصحى. فالوشّاح سمح لنفسه أن ينظم الخرجة بلهجة عامية أو عجمية، كما تسربت بعض العناصر اللهجية إلى الأجزاء الأخرى من الموشح، أما الزجّال فقد نظم زجله بلغة غير معربة، كما أباح إدخال عناصر فصيحة وأخرى عجمية في ثنايا شعره. غير أن التعدد اللغوي لم يحط من قيمة الموشحات والأزجال، كما أن العناصر العجمية التي وظّفها الشعراء الأندلسيون في موشحاتهم وأزجالهم لا تعني أبدا أن هذا اللون من الشعر المستحدث قد استمد خصائصه من أغنية عجمية، فالموشحات والأزجال أندلسية المنشأ وعربية الأصل وهي بذلك تمثل مرحلة من مراحل تطور الشعر العربي.
A BATCH AUTHENTICATION SCHEMA TO IDENTIFY THE INVALID SIGNATURE IN WIRELESS NETWORK published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

Published by somilshah
N.Deepa Assistant Professor*, A.Sakthivel Student, M.Rengesh Student, S.Sai Aravindhan Student Mobile Computing is a technology that allows transmission of data, voice and video via a computer or any other wireless enabled device without having to be connected to a fixed physical link. Security is the most important thing in transmission of data. In wireless network the security is less and invalid data can be easily transmit to the receiver by the intermediator(attacker). To improve the security of the data batch cryptography is used. The batch cryptography consist of batch verification and identification. By using these method data protection can be done in the wireless network. To find the intermediator who produce the invalid signature the Nash Equilibrium is used. The nash equilibrium will help in the finding the intermediate node in the dynamically changing network. It will have a history of data transmitted node from the source to the destination.
Financial Analysis of Information and Technology Industry of India (A Case Study of Wipro Ltd and Infosys Ltd) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Dr. Pramod Bhargava Financial analysis now a day is an important instrument for the critical review of the performance of a business. It helps the concern to analyse the financial data and provide information which is required to take decisions regarding investments and also help to understand financial position better. The financial analysis portrays the financial health of a company and helps the companies to improve their financial resources and manage generated funds efficiently. Information and technology industry has grown up extraordinarily in India during previous years. Its contribution in economy has also increased with a huge margin. Investment in IT industry is considered as a profitable and less risky investment destination in the Indian context. The paper is an attempt to facilitate the investor and the management to asses the financial position of a firm from the proprietor’s point of view. In order to identify the financial management efficiencies this paper will analyse management of proprietor’s funds in IT Companies of India, Specifically for Wipro Ltd. & Infosys Ltd. The paper will also suggest the initiatives to be taken by both the companies for improving their financial management techniques and achieving the optimum capital structures.
Legal Interpretations of Section 8 (1) (H) Of the Rti Act published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Madhu Sudan Dash The Right to Information Act intends to provide an effective framework for effectuating the right of information recognised under Article 19 of the Constitution of India. As contemplated by the Act, every citizen has right to information. At the same time, the Act provides certain exemptions from disclosure in accordance with Sections 8 and 9. More specifically, under Section 8(1)(h) of the RTI Act, any information which would impede the process of investigation or apprehension or prosecution of offender, such disclosure is barred. If any information, which is being sought, can be had from the competent court trying the case, the said court can alone decide how the information is to be dispensed.
EFFECT OF ELECTRON BEAM RADIATION ON SHEAR BOND STRENGTH OF ORTHODONTIC BONDING ADHESIVES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr. Shine Benny1* and Dr. M. S. Ravi2 Background and Aim: The goal of research developments in adhesive materials has been to achieve good and optimal bond strength during treatment and also enabling easy debonding and clean up procedures at the end of the treatment. Hence this study was designed to evaluate, the effect of exposure to electron beam radiation on shear bond strength of two commonly used adhesives in Orthodontics. Materials and methods: Lightcure composite and self cure adhesive was used for the purpose. 200 upper 1stpremolars extracted for orthodontic purpose was selected .In each group, upper 1st premolar; SS brackets were bonded with corresponding adhesive systems. The bonded specimens were subdivided into five groups for evaluation of bond strength before and after irradiation with 2kGy, 4kGy, 8kGy and 10kGy. The shear bond strength of the bonded specimens was tested using Universal Testing Machine. The data obtained was statistically evaluated using One- Way ANOVA. Results: When comparing before and after irradiation, the light cure adhesive had the shear bond strength significantly increased after irradiation with 4kGy and in Self cure adhesive the shear bond strength after irradiation significantly decreases. Conclusion: The electron beam irradiation had negative effect on the shear bond strength of self cure and light cure orthodontic adhesive; except for the radiation dose of 4kGy in case of light cure adhesive.
Nature of in-Migration to the top Three Megacities of India published in

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Dr. Sarbendu Bikash Dhar In India, urban population always remain concentrated in certain growth centers , among which Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata are the most important ones. These possess the top three ranks in terms of urban population size. The present paper examines the role of in-migration to the above mentioned megacities. A comparative analysis has been made among these megacities keeping in mind the reasons and source regions of migration . For a proper understanding necessary graphs have been produced, based on census data. From the study it is found that, Kolkata is lagging behind in comparison to Mumbai and Delhi, regarding urbanisation and urban migration related issues. Apart from that, these megacities are creating a polarization effect in terms of population size and infrastructural development compared to their source regions of in-migration.
Assess the effectiveness of the VATM on knowledge regarding home care management of chronic schizophrenic patients among the care givers in a selected hospital, Mental Health Institution, SCBMCH, Cuttack, Odisha published in

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Sikandar Kmar, Himadree Pattanaik, Mrs Sinmayee Kumari Devi A pre experimental study with pre and post test without control group design was undertaken on 100 care givers of chronic Schizophrenic Patients of MHI, SCB, Cuttack, Odisha, to assess the effectiveness of video assisted teaching module on home care management of chronic Schizophrenic patients among care givers . The samples were selected by convinenece sampling technique. Data were collected from 05.11.14 to 07.12.2014 . The data collected were analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Findings revealed that in, Area wise posttest highest mean percentage was 99.5% with mean (1.990.1) for area Activity of daily living. The lowest mean percentage in post-test was 68% with mean score (1.360.19) for area Exercise. Further effectiveness varies from 36.5% to 68%. It was observed that overall mean score during post-test was (33.82+2.47) which was 84.55% of the total score and the difference in mean percentage between pre and post-test knowledge score was 59.7% revealing the effectiveness of VATM for all the areas. Highly significant difference was found between pre and post test of knowledge regarding home care management of chronic schizophrenic patient among care givers (Z =2.66, P ?0.05). No Significant association was found between post test knowledge scores of care givers on home care management of chronic schizophrenic patient and their demographic variables. Further, video assisted teaching module on home care management of chronic schizophrenic patients among care givers was effective for all the areas.
A Clinicopathologic Correlation of Hysterectomy Specimens : 2 Years Retrospective Study in A Tertiary Health Care Centre, Karnataka published in

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Najah Abdul Rehman, Archana Vikram, Nada Chettian Kandy Background : Hysterectomy is the most commonly performed major gynecological surgery.Hysterectomy is one of the most common surgical procedures performed in perimenopausal women.Hysterectomy is a successful operation in terms of patient satisfaction. It provides definitive cure to many diseases involving uterus as well as adnexae. | Objective of the study : i) To study the spectrum of histopathological findings seen in hysterectomy specimens.ii)To analyze age wise incidence of pathology. iii)To correlate the histopathological findings with pre-operative diagnosis. | Methodology : A retrospective hospital based study was carried out in the department of obstetrics &gynecology;over a period of 2 years. Data was analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences Version 16. | Results : 100 patients who met all the parameters in the inclusion and exclusion criteria were studied.The mean age of the patients was 42.27. High incidence of disease was found to be in multiparous .Commonest histopathological finding was leomyoma(42%),prolapse (27%). There was 89% corelation between preoperative diagnosis and histopathological finding. | Conclusion :Perimenopausal age group is a vital time to screen females for uterine and adenexal pathology
ESTIMATING POPULATION MEAN USING KNOWN MEDIAN OF THE STUDY VARIABLE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dharmendra Kumar Yadav 1 , Ravendra Kumar *2 , Prof Sheela Misra3 & S.K. Yadav4 This present paper concerns with the estimation of population mean of the study variable by utilizing the known median of the study variable. A generalized ratio type estimator has been proposed for this purpose. The expressions for the bias and mean squared error of the proposed estimator have been derived up to the first order of approximation. The optimum value of the characterizing scalar has also been obtained. The minimum value of the proposed estimator for this optimum value of the characterizing scalar is obtained. A theoretical efficiency comparison of the proposed estimator has been madewith the mean per unit estimator, usual ratio estimator of Cochran (1940), usual regression estimator of Watson (1937),Bahl and Tuteja (1991), Kadilar (2016) and Subramani (2016) estimators. Through the numerical study, the theoretical findings are validated and it has been found that proposed estimate or performs better than the existing estimators.
Generative design with a prospective approach to the design of jewels published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Ocampo García Alan Eduardo, Herrera Reyes Lucila and Cruz Cruz José Carlos Designing for the 21st century is a prospective that shows a transdisciplinary crossroads with advanced digital technologies that are used to design and manufacture. The next project is a design research that proposes to create pieces of jewelry through the generative design methodology, which uses algorithms that allow to con Figure complex geometries that can be modified in a parametric design software that makes 3D models. Harmonizing transdisciplinary methods such as generative design to create jewelry allows fostering creativity and innovation, achieving comprehensive projects that accelerate the manufacturing process and guiding the designer to experiment with advanced digital technology in traditional activities such as jewelry to achieve results that in a traditional way would be impossible to conceive; since the design without being transdisciplinary does not offer efficient alternatives nor does it cover the needs to disruptive problems emerging from emerging prospective scenarios of a globalized world that commits professionals and scholars of different precepts to the search for an updated knowledge that integrates and connects knowledge in a collaborative manner for growth where collaboration leads to the growth of the participating disciplines.
A Study on Service Quality of Online Retail Banking and Customer Satisfaction in Ahmedabad published in

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Vijay Gajera,Dr. Mehul Desai The main objective is to study service quality dimensions and its relation on customer overall satisfaction. This study develops an instrument of service quality and examines the relationship between perceived service quality dimensions and customer overall satisfaction The results shows that the most important service quality practice on customer satisfaction is responsiveness as it is perceived as a dominant service quality. The results reveal that the service quality dimensions of efficiency, reliability, responsiveness, fulfillment, privacy, communication and technological up gradation are positively and significantly influencing the customers overall satisfaction. Thus, this present research concluded that service quality is the basic and also most important factor that influences the overall customer satisfaction. This finding reinforces the need for banks managers to place an emphasis on the underlying dimensions of service quality especially on responsiveness and should start with improving service quality in order to raise overall customer satisfaction.
A Study of Outbreak of Swine Flu (H1N1) in North -West Zone of Rajasthan (Current Status -2015) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Surendra Kumar, Dr. Vinod Kumar Aswal, Dr. Rahul Singla Background: The outbreak of H1N1 virus had previously reported in India during 2009 flu pandemic. In 2015,the outbreak became widespread throughout India. The states of Gujarat and Rajasthan are severely affected. We study a outbreak of H1N1 Virus in north-west zone of rajasthan 2015 . Objective: To demonstrate the current epidemiological scenario of swine flu ( H1N1) in north-west zone of rajasthan with different demographic factors. Methods: We screened total 6390 patients. Out of them 1405 samples of suspected cases collected from different parts of north-west rajasthan and analyzed by RT-PCR at Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner. Results: A total of 1405 samples examined during three and half months period, out of which 181 cases found positive for H1N1. Out of them 85 (46.97%) males and 96 (53.03%) females (M:F=1:1.13). Most patients (116) affected in age group 21-50 years which is 64.09% of total positive cases (Mean age=37.0916.07years). The mean time of onset of symptoms to hospitalization was 5.123.38 days. Only 11.05% patients presented within 48 hours whereas 64.09% presented between 3-5 days of onset of symptoms. 109 (60.22%) patients were from rural areas, whereas 72 (39.77%) belonged to urban areas. Total 13 (7.18%) deaths occurred among positive cases. 69.23% deaths were recorded in the age group of 25 to 50 years. The mean age of death being 44.69 years. Females had significant higher mortality (9 females out of 13 deaths). 76.92% died within 3 days of hospitalization, despite of starting Oseltamivir in a dose of 150 mg/bd on the day of admission. 84.61% of the patients who died had one or more risk factors. Bilateral pneumonia was observed in all the 13 patients and MODS in 2 patients. Conclusions: with the above observation of swine flu trend it is likely that incidence is more in young to middle age group, majority of them having no risk factors, should form the focus of future studies. However fatality is highest in patients with co-morbid condition or predisposing risk factors need to vaccinate this group should form a scaffold on which future directions and interventions have to be built up to reduce the morbidity and mortality.. Females have slightly increased susceptibility for infection but mortality is much higher in this sex group . More patients belongs to rural areas reflecting the need of creating public awareness to present early at screening centres. The in-hospital mortality of 7.18% despite of starting Oseltamivir has raised concern about identifying the so called Rapid Progressors [76.92% died within 3 days of hospitalization]. Despite of all mortility is less in north-west zone as compared to rest of rajasthan.
Socoi-Economic Features of Tribal Peple in India And Their Status: A Political Analysis published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mr. Keerthi Mahender The tribal way of life is very much dictated by the forest right from birth to death. Inspite of the protection given to the tribal population by the constitution of India, tribals still remaining the most backward ethnic group in India. The tribal population in India, though a numerically small minority, represents an enormous diversity of groups. They vary among themselves in respect of language and linguistic traits, ecological settings in which they live, physical features, size of the population, the extent of acculturation, dominant modes of making a livelihood, level of development and social stratification. They are also spread over the length and breadth of the country though their geographical distribution is far from uniform. A majority of the Scheduled Tribe population is concentrated in the eastern, central and western belt covering the nine States of Odessa, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. About 12 per cent inhabit the Northeastern region, about five per cent in the Southern region and about three per cent in the Northern States. In the modern world we are aware that society is never static and that social, political, economic and cultural changes occur constantly. Hence, here this paper focused on Socio-Economic features of tribal people in India and their status
Acute and Subacute Toxicity studies on Siddha Herbo-mineral Anti-arthritic formulation "Pooneeru Diravagam" in experimental animal models published in

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology (IJCPT)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Padhmavathi. J1*, Mohamed Musthafa. M2, P. Sathiya Rajeswaran3 Ethno pharmacological Relevance: 60% of the world's population depends on traditional medicine [1]. It is in use for primary health care and general health care among rural, urban, semi urban in both developed and developing countries parallel to the usage of western medicines. Pooneeru diravagam is an indigenous Siddha medicine [2]. There is a huge cry, tall fake claims regarding the safety and efficacy of Siddha formulations. The present study is aimed to evaluate the safety of Pooneeru diravagam by determining any toxicity changes through acute and sub-acute toxicity studies per oral administration in swiss albino rats. Materials and Methods: Acute toxicity study was carried out as per OECD Guideline-423 in healthy swiss albino female rat weighing 200245 gm. The Study was carried out in three female rats under fasting condition; signs of toxicity were observed for every one hour for first 24 hours and every day for fortnight from the beginning of the study. Sub acute toxicity study was carried out as per OECD guidelines-407 in swiss albino rats of either sex weighing 220245 gm of three groups of 6 rats each (Three male and three female) at two dosage levels 0.2 ml and 0.4 ml of 28 days continuous drug administration (oral route). Results: The animals were sacrificed on the 29th day and various blood biochemical parameters haematological and clinical signs were measured. The organ morphology such as kidney, liver, heart, lungs, spleen, pancreas, brain, ovaries and testes were processed for Histopathological study. The results of sub-acute toxicity on 29th day did not show any evidence of changes. Physiological, Hematological as well as Histopathological parameters remained unaltered when compared with control animals throughout the dosing period. Conclusions: From the results it is concluded that usage of pooneeru diravagam at the dosage of 0.4 ml/kg p.o is safe for the population suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.
Obesity Related Health Problems (Review) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Sanjay Sharma Obesity is a major contributor to the global burden of chronic disease and disability. It is existing in developing countries with under-nutrition, as well as in developed countries. Increased consumption of more energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods with high levels of sugar and saturated fats, combined with reduced physical exercise leads to obesity. It pose a major risk for serious diet-related chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension and stroke, and certain forms of cancer. While genes are important in determining a persons susceptibility to weight gain, energy balance is determined by calorie intake and physical activity. Economic growth, modernization, urbanization and globalization of food markets are driving the obesity epidemic. With the increase of incomes people are using diets high in complex carbohydrates, higher proportion of fats, saturated fats and sugars. Also due to usage of automated transport, latest technologies the life has become more passive, this reduction of physical activities leads to obesity.
Analysis on Emerging Trends and Challenges in Smart Grid Automation Technology from Generation to Distribution published in

The journal of CPRI

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

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHIKHA SINGH AND SUKHJEET KAUR With the increase in modernization, the needs of societies have undergone a change. In response to this, there is revival of traditional SHGs with new structure and content to support the changing needs of people. The present study investigated the opinion of SHG members and officials towards functioning of Self-help groups. The study was conducted in purposively selected two districts of Punjab state i.e. Ludhiana and Hoshiarpur. An equal number of SHGs i.e. 25 were selected from each district by proportionate random sampling technique. The sample of the study was comprised of officials and Selfhelp group members. The officials who were associated with formation of SHGs from Department of Cooperation and District Rural Development Agency were selected for the study. Three members from each SHG were selected at random. The major findings revealed that majority of the SHG members and officials indicated that SHG had helped them to increase the income generating economic activities, had helped them to set up micro-enterprise, improve availability of financial services and developed habit of saving. All the members and officials agreed that SHGs provided them easy loan process and helped them to reduce the dependency on money lenders. All officials agreed that SHG provided them opportunity to earn
Epidemiological study of mental disorders in Gharb Region (North-West) of Morocco published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Dakir Zahra, Azzaoui Fatima-Zahra, Ahami Ahmed, Hoddah Hana, Sadek Sanae, Bouchikh Khalid, El kebir Hanane Survey of Moroccan Health Ministry found that 48.9% of 5600 persons in the general population had a mental disorder and 26.5% were depressed. Objectives: The objective of this epidemiological study is to identify the socioeconomic and neuropsychiatrical profiles of patients examined at the Hospital Moulay El Hassan of Kenitra city (Northwest of Morocco) for psychiatric disorders. Subjects and Methods: This research is a retrospective study conducted between February 2010 and December 2013, among 5618 patients (between 1 and 90 years of age). The study is realized on the basis of social and clinical data existing in patients records. Results: The most important obtained results show that in 5618 cases studied, about 50% of women and about 50% of men patients had suffered from psychiatric disorders. Moreover, mood disorders were the most common reasons for hospitalization (38.24%). The other psychiatric disorders were schizophrenia and psychotic disorders (17.55%), followed by anxiety disorders (13.65%). In addition, 71% of patients dont have parents alive and 51.62% of patients suffering from mood disorders are married and 51.61% are divorced. The proportion of illiterate patients is 42.98% and inactive or unemployed patients (85.87%). Conclusion: The prevalence of mental disorders in the Gharb region is important. It affects both men and women and are more developed in some socioeconomic categories. However, deeper investigations are needed in order to identify the factors that contribute to raising of these disorders in the society. Keywords: Mental disorders, Hospital, Kenitra, Morocco.
Perception About Marketing Management of Apmc in Gulbarga Division published in

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Dr.Sangappa Rampure India is such a vast country which derives fifty percent of its national income from agriculture. The marketing methods in agricultural produce different from country to country, state to state and also within state.This gives considerable scope for the study of marketing of agricultural produce in the various states of the country. Agricultural, marketing practices need to be uniform in the interest of developing wider markets for better prices.In keeping with very little of the research the survey is conducted to supplement the evaluation through the primary data. These attempts bring out the basic problems and difficulties, if any in the implementation of the APMCs, Act through state agricultural marketing board. Different types of schedules are used for evaluating the working of the APMC act. The main focus of the study was evaluation of management of agricultural produce marketing committees in Karnataka from the point of farmers therefore, our survey schedule covers the background of farmers and market functionaries such as age, education, religion, family background, source of incomes, land holdings of both farmers and market participant were collected. Some of these aspects have been discussed in the article.
ROUGHNESS OF A MACHINED SURFACE IN MILLING OPERATION FOR FERROUS AND NON FERROUS A FUZZY LOGIC BASED MODEL TO PREDICT SURFACE MATERIALS USING HSS END MILL CUTTING TOOL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dheerendra Sengar Nowadays every manufacturing and industrial industry has to focus on the manufacturing of quality products. Manufacturing of these kinds product with higher accuracy, better surface finish, lower maintenance and lower process planning and ma nufacturing cost are very important factor that can achieved by using non - conventional optimization techniques instead of conventional techniques. Many of non - conventional optimization techniques like Fuzzy Logic approach based technique, Genetic algorith ms, Artificial Neural Network, Particle Swarm optimization, Ant colony optimization, Scatter search technique and simulated Annealing etc. are used to optimization of surface roughness. Milling is a machining operation in which workpiece is fed below the cylindrical rotating multi point cutting tool, multi point cutting tool having multiple cutting edges. On the basis of literature review, many machining parameters such as cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, cutting fluid pressure etc. and performance parameters as surface roughness, material removal rate, tool wear ratio, tool vibration etc., were observed for CNC milling operation. The correct selection of machining parameters is very important factor to achieve best performance measure. In this resea rch work, spindle speed (SS), feed rate (FR) and depth of cut (DOC) are selected as machining parameters while surface roughness is considered as performance parameters to perform end milling operation on the workpiece materials of 6101 Aluminum alloy, Cop per of electrolytic grade and Mild Steel 2062 by using High Speed Steel (HSS) end mill cutter of 12 mm diameter. Minimum experiment trials are designed by Taguchi based L9 (3^3) orthogonal array with the help of Minitab 17.0 software and a fuzzy logic appr oach based model is taken as to predict the value of surface roughness of a machined surface in 6101 aluminum alloy, Copper of Electrolytic grade and Mild Steel 2062 milling operation using HSS end mill cutter of 12 mmdiameter. Three membership functions a re allocated to be connected with each input of the model. The predicted results achieved via fuzzy logic model are compared to the experimental result. The result demonstrated settlement between the fuzzy model and experimental results with the 95.618% mo del accuracy for 6101 aluminum alloy material, 83.849% for copper (Electrolytic grade) and 98.334% Mild Steel 2062.
A BRIEF DIDACTIC APPROACH OF MEDICATION THERAPY MANAGEMENT USED FOR PARKINSON'S DISEASE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kirti Rani* and Bishnu Parida Parkinson is a pathological condition occurred due to degenerative disorder of central nervous system affecting the motor system. It results due to death of dopamine-generating cells in region of midbrain. It effects body movements including shivering of arms, legs, face, limb stiffness, slow motility, impaired functions in balance and coordination between body parts. Other common symptoms are depression, emotional breakdown, dysregulation of mood, speech problems, urinary problems, sleeplessness and skin problems. At present, there is no permanent cure for this disease and certain drugs available that helps in relieving from parkinsonism e.g. levodopa, pramipexole, dopamine agonists, MAO-B inhibitors, COMT inhibitors. Among them, levodopa and pramipexole are used initially to treat Parkinson. Levodopa is the most effective that get metabolized to dopamine in the brain by replacing biosynthetic precursor. It is also called as L-DOPA. In early onset of symptoms easily respond to L-DOPA treatment. Due to L-DOPA treatment, common symptoms such as motor disturbances, hallucinations, memory problems and confusion makes are respond well to consider Levodopa act as a standard treatment. Pramipexole is a non-ergot dopamine agonist which is effective in the treatment of this disease and major symptoms like fluctuations , dyskinesias, neuroprotection, dysregulation of mood, cardiac valvulopathy and somnipathy respond well when used with levodopa in combination with carbidopa. Common side effects called dyskinesia ocuured less when mediation with pramipexole is used as compared to treatment with levodopa. On other side, medication with levodopa lead to less occurrence in signs of edema. So, Levodopa and pramipexole are effective in dopaminergic therapy with divergent drug efficacy.
Analysis of 1 out of 2 Main Units and 2 out of 4 Subunits System published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Praveen Gupta | Ruchi Yadav Introduction of redundancy is one of the well-known methods by which the reliability of a system can be improved. A standby redundant system is one in which one operating unit is followed by spare units called standbys. On failure of operating unit, a standby unit is in working mode. In the present paper we investigate the probabilistic analysis of a two-main unit and four subunit system. The system remain operative if one main unit and two subunit are in working mode. System is failed when the main unit fails. A failed system is replaced by new one. The failed sub-unit are repairable. Praveen Gupta | Ruchi Yadav"Analysis of 1 out of 2 Main Units and 2 out of 4 Subunits System" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9410.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/mathemetics/applied-mathamatics/9410/analysis-of-1-out-of-2-main-units-and-2-out-of-4-subunits-system/praveen-gupta
Tuberculous Abscess of the Anterior Abdominal Wall: An Unusual Site of Presentation published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Awad Ali M Alawad*, Mohamed D Gismalla The skeletal muscles are rarely affected by tuberculosis because they are not a favorable site for the survival and multiplication of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. A case of tuberculous abscess in rectus abdominis muscle is described in a 20- year- old female in an apparently healthy individual without any past history of tuberculosis. The diagnosis was made by ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration and cytological examination which revealed caseating granuloma with central necrosis, lymphocytes, and giant cells, consistent with tuberculosis. After four weeks’ antituberculous treatment, she responded well and the abscess regressed considerably. In most cases, the muscle involvement is secondary and is caused by either hematogenous route or direct inoculation from a tuberculous abdominal lymph node or extension from underlying tubercular synovitis and osteomyelitis. This case cautions the clinicians and radiologists about the possibility of tuberculosis in considering the differential diagnosis of any lesion even in any unlikely anatomical area, especially in those areas where tuberculosis is endemic.
On field clothes and their care adopted by pesticide applicators published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SUNITA KALE, SANGITA NAIK AND RASHMI GAIKWAD A survey was conducted among 105 pesticide applicators from five villages of Parbhani district to elicit information about their clothing attributes and dress pattern, washing practices, washing method, storage place and clothing replacement approach for clothes used by them while spraying pesticide in field with the help of survey schedule and also by conducting field visits. Cent per cent respondents applied pesticides during seed treatment and plant protection while 30 per cent respondents used pesticide/ herbicides during soil preparation also. Cent per cent respondents bought pesticides whenever required and applied them by spraying with the help of high volume power sprayers. Eighty five per cent and 68 per cent pesticide applicators reported to wear Banyan and Pant, respectively while spraying pesticide in field. Head was covered by the shoulder-scarf/ scarf and 60 per cent pesticide applicators used plastic shoes while spraying pesticide in field. Sixty to eighty percent pesticide applicators reported that the housewives washed the on field clothes with soap and water by beating, rinsing and drying on clothes line. Cent per cent pesticide applicators opined that clothes had off odour due to pesticide on clothes. Sixty per cent pesticide applicators stated that they put field clothes on clothes-line after pesticide application while 40 per cent stored them in pesticide storage area.
Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Patient with Oligodontia: A Case Report published in

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Dr. Nayanranjana Murdia, Dr. Puttaraj Tukaram Kattimani, Dr. Jitendra J. Mete Oligodontia is a developmental dental anomaly. It is either an isolated trait or part of a syndrome. Oligodontia is characterized by the congenital absence of more than six permanent teeth except the third molars. Patients suffering from oligodontia may have severe psychological, esthetic, and functional problems. Thus, early diagnosis and treatment of these patients are necessary. Treatment often calls for facilitated surgical techniques, but less severe cases can be treated conventionally in a normally equipped dental clinic. A case of oligodontia treated with conventional prosthodontic approach is presented in this article. It is emphasized that conventional prosthetic treatment can lead to a satisfactory result. The patient was treated with overdenture prostheses. The patients speech and masticatory functionimproved greatly. He was also satisfied with better facial esthetics. Thus, it should be kept in mind that there are good possibilities with conventional Prosthodontic techniques to help patients with dental anomalies.
Study of Moral Values of Elementary School Students in Relation to Home Environment published in

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Dr. Surender Singh Rana The importance of scholastic of moral values has raised some important questions for educational researchers. What factors promote values in students? How far do the different factors contribute towards moral values? Many factors have been hypothesized and researched upon, researcher have come with varied results at times complementing each other, but at times contradicting other. A comprehensive picture of moral values still seems to eluding researchers. It has been accepted that environment which the child grow has a great influence on his moral values of students. It is a time of lively approval of educational development in India when many changes were being witnessed in organization curricula and teaching techniques, it is pertinent to seek systematic and up to data information on the significant correlate of moral values. The present study was designed to find out the impact of home environment on moral values of 8th class students.
A Study on Performance of Regulated Agricultural Market in Coimbatore District-Tamilnadu-An Overview published in

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Mrs. T. SANGEETHA,Dr. G. Sakthivel The main motive of the Agricultural marketing and Agri business is to ensure the fair price to the farming commodity scenario and the mission of achieving this is by enforcing the existing act and rules most effectively and also reducing pre and post harvest loses through appropriate methods and encourage value addition. Green Revolution for food grains production simultaneously, several initiatives have been taken to promote agricultural marketing in pivotal role in fostering and sustaining the tempo of rural economic development. Agri Business is a process, which starts with a decision to produce a saleable farm commodity and it involves all including grading ,value addition, packaging, processing and transportation. The main purpose of forming regulated market is to eliminate the unhealthy trade practice, to reduce marketing expenses and to provide fair prices to the farmers.
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF TELMISARTAN AND AMLODIPINE BESYLATE IN TABLET DOSAGE FORM BY RP-HPLC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Pathuri Jnana Nagarjuna1, Sree Vidya Parvataneni2 A simple reverse phase liquid chromatographic method has been developed and subsequently validated for simultaneous determination of Telmisartan and Amlodipine besylate in combination. The separation was carried out using a mobile phase consisting of acetonitrile: water: triethyelamine (68:31.8:0.2 v/v) with pH 4 adjust by using ortho-phosphoric acid. The column used was C-18 column (Inertsil ODS-3 250*4.6 mm ) with flow rate of 1 ml / min using PDA detection at 240 nm. The described method was linear over a concentration range of 4-60 ?g/ml and 10-150 ?g/ml for the assay of Amlodipine and Telmisartan respectively. The retention times of Amlodipine and Telmisartan were found to be 2.3 and 2.7 mins respectively. Results of analysis were validated statistically and by recovery studies. The limit of detection (LOD) and the limit of quantification (LOQ) for Amlodipine and Telmisartan were found to be 0.0046 ?g/ml and 0.0018 ?g/ml, 0.014 and 0.0056 ?g/ml respectively. The results of the study showed that the proposed RP-HPLC method is simple, rapid, precise and accurate, which is useful for the routine determination of Amlodipine and Telmisartan bulk drug and in its pharmaceutical dosage form.
REVIEW ON STEGANOGRAPHY FOR HIDING DATA? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Sagar S.Pawar, Prof. Vinit Kakde? Steganography is the science of hiding the fact that communication is taking place, by hiding information behind information. Many different carrier file formats can be used, but digital media are the most popular because of their usage on the Internet. For hiding secret information in digital media, there exists a large variety of steganography techniques some are more complex than others and all of them have some advantages and disadvantage. Various applications have different requirements of the steganography technique used. For example, some applications may require absolute invisibility of the secret data, while others require a larger secret data to be hidden. This paper intends to give an overview of Digital media steganography, its uses and techniques. It also attempts to identify the requirements of a good steganography algorithm and briefly reflects on which stenographic techniques are more suitable for which applications.
Standards in Senior Secondary Education: An Assessment of the Quality Control Guidelines in Edo State, Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
OSARETIN OSADOLOR, PhD The study examined the existing guidelines used as quality control measures for enhancing standards in senior secondary education in Edo State. It used the descriptive survey design. The instrument used for the study was a questionnaire, while the population consisted of the 797 public and private senior secondary school Principals and the 198 members of the schools inspectorate team (inspectors) across the state. The purposive sampling technique was used to obtain 198 (25%) school principals and 50 (25%) schools inspectors in the state. The mean score and t-test were employed for analysis of the collected data. Some items which presently formed part of the guidelines were regarded as irrelevant while new items were proposed for inclusion in the guidelines.
ETNOZOOLOGICAL SURVERY OF NOMADIC TRIBS FROM DROUGHT PRONE REGION SANGOLA, DIST. SOLAPUR (MS) INDIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Kamble V. S. India is the country where, over million communities are actively involved in traditional health workers. They includes village bone setter, herbal medicine practitioners specializing in jaundice, paralysis, children diseases, eye diseases, poison healing etc., and midwives. Zootherapy is the healing of human diseases by use of therapeutics obtained or ultimately derived from animals. Present study deals with survey of ethnozoological knowledge of nomadic tribes from drought prone region Sangola of Maharashtra (India). About 21 animal species are used in treatment of 34 different human health aliments.
Optical Study of Polyaniline without metal doping published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mahendra Kumar The Polyaniline is widely study conducting polymer due to its applications in several devices such as biosensor, Gas sensor & Solar cell. This deals with synthesis and characterization of Polyaniline. The characterization has been divided into three categories viz. transmittance by UV-Visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis-NIR V670JASCO)
Osteoscopic Assessment of Sexual Dimorphism in Hip Bone published in

ACTA MEDICA INTERNATIONAL

Published by TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY
Alok Kumar Chaudhary1, Sanjeev Kumar Jain2 1Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, SGRRIM&HS, Dehradun, UK, India, 2Professor, Department of Anatomy, Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College & Research Centre, Moradabad, U.P., India Introduction: Th e pelvis is most sexually dimorphic and is the fi rst bone assessed in sex determination because it is the skeletal element most aff ected by reproduction and parturition.1 Th e assessment of the pelvis is made through metric measurements as well as through the visual analysis of non-metric traits; both important aspects of the analysis. Th e best methods for determining sex from adult skeletal remains involve measurement and inspection of the hip bone that presents a number of gender-related anatomical diff erences.2 Most osteologists visually (stereoscopic) evaluate these diff erences and integrate this subjective assessment ofhip bonemorphology into their sex determinations. Th e aim of thepresent study is to visually evaluate sexual diff erences in hip bone and comparing its effi cacy with metric assessment. Methods: Th is study is done on 46 hip bones of adult individuals of known sex from museum of department of anatomy of SGRRIM&HS Dehradun and TMMC&RC Moradabad, India. All these hip bones were visually examined and under mentioned fi ve characters of the hip bone were used, (A) aspects of the preauricular surface, (B) aspects of the greater sciatic notch, (C) the form of the composite arch, (D) the morphology of the inferior pelvis, and (E) ischiopubic proportions. Results: In this study traits of the group (A) were most sexually dimorphic while traits of the group (E) were least sexually dimorphic. Conclusion: Diagnostic accuracy is excellent when the complete hip bone is available. Hip bone features used for sex determination by visual assessment seem to be fairly stable. Keywords: Hip bone, Metric and nonmetric traits
Role of Thermoplastic Granulus for the Improvement of Strength of Clay Soil published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
V. Gunasekaran | M. Sandhiya Soil stabilization is any process which improves the physical properties of soil, such as increasing shear strength, bearing capacity etc. which can be done by use of controlled compaction or addition of suitable admixtures like cement, lime and waste materials like fly ash, phosphogypsum etc. The cost of introducing these additives has also increased in recent years which opened the door widely for the development of other kinds of soil additives such as plastics, bamboo etc. This new technique of soil stabilization can be effectively used to meet the challenges of society, to reduce the quantities of waste, producing useful material from non-useful waste materials. Using of plastic wastes such as plastic bags, PVC powder from industry and construction and demolition waste is increasing day by day leading to various environmental concerns. Therefore the disposal of the plastic wastes without causing any ecological hazards has become a real challenge. Thus using PVC as a soil stabilizer is an economical utilization since there is scarcity of good quality soil for embankments. This paper describes an experimental study on mixing PVC waste powder with clayey soil at different mixing ratios (0, 0.25, 0.50, and 0.75) % by weight respectively. For the clay Soil, Shear Strength parameter and Cohesion Value are obtained by conducting Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCC) test and Maximum Dry Density is found by Standard Proctor Test. V. Gunasekaran | M. Sandhiya"Role of Thermoplastic Granulus for the Improvement of Strength of Clay Soil" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15787.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/15787/role-of-thermoplastic-granulus-for-the-improvement-of-strength-of-clay-soil/v-gunasekaran
Optimization and production of bioethanol from cashew apple juice using Saccharomyces cerevisiae culture by solar energy published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
Y.P. KHANDETOD, A.G. MOHOD, S.H. SENGAR, H.Y. SHRIRAME AND A.S. PATIL Ethanol fuels unlike petroleum are renewable and can be produced from locally available cashew apple fruit juice (variety Vengurla-4) grown in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, India. The production and use of ethanol in the country has the potential to generate income in the rural areas by boosting the agricultural sector thus bringing social economic development and environmental benefits. The objective of this study was to show the ways ethanol production. Production of ethanol involves two processes fermentation and distillation. Raw fermented cashew apple juice after fermentation was used for ethanol production. Distillation process using concentrating solar cooker having the total distillation rate per day of the system was 2230 ml for first distillation with average distillation efficiency of the system as 33.41 per cent that increase the ethanol percentage up to 18.6 per cent from initial 12 per cent. After second distillation the value of ethanol concentration obtained was 35.5 per cent. Due to higher temperature, the water also evaporated along with ethanol. So it was not possible to get higher concentration of ethanol. Specific gravity and acid value of the 35.5 per cent ethanol were found to be 0.947 and 1.044 mg KOH/ g, respectively. These results indicate that cashew apple juice is a suitable substrate for yeast growth and the fermentation juice can be used for ethanol production.
Construction and Standardization of a Scale for Measuring Self Concept of the Learners Studying Through Formal and Distance Mode at all Levels. published in

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Dr. Priyanka Bose Das , Debasri Banerjee Self concept is the composite of ideas, feelings and attitudes that a person has about his or her own identity, worth, capabilities and limitations. Such factors as the values and opinions of others, especially in the formative year of early childhood, play an important role in the development of self-concept. It is found that most of the tools available for measurement of self concept were mainly on the formal school students self concept and many of them are made exclusively for young learners, need was felt to develop a self concept inventory suitable for adult learners in both distance and formal mode. So a Likert type self concept scale has been developed and standardized empirically by the researcher.
Performance Evaluation of Bhabour Sahib Medium Irrigation Project published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
H. P. Singh* and M. R. Sharma** ABSTRACT: India is amongst the largest irrigator countries in the world today. There is however, increasing concern about some of the irrigation potential created not brought into the functional use. System performance monitoring evaluation and diagnostic analysis are keys to appreciate the improvement or inefficiency in our irrigation projects. Therefore, exercise of performance evaluation of an irrigation system, whether a minor irrigation system or a medium/major irrigation project, requires proper understanding of the problems and potentials of that project. The potential utilization of Lift Irrigation Project Barbour Sahib is less than the average of District Una and even that of State of Himachal Pradesh. Keywords: Lift irrigation project, main stakeholders, cultivable command area and NPSHA.
Anxiety Level of Basketball Players - Pre, During and Post Competition published in

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Malkeet Kaur, Vijay Kumar, Annu, Pradeep Sharma, Naresh The objective of this study was to assess the tendency of anxiety at different time of a competition. For this purpose, 30 male inter collegiate basketball players from S.G.B. Amravati University were selected. The age range of the participants was 18-23yrs.The Sports Competitive Anxiety Test (SCAT) was administered to obtain responses from the participants at different time of competition i.e. Pre, during and post competition. Apart from descriptive statistics, ANOVA was applied to assess the differences among pre, during and post competition responses taken from subjects. It was found that mean anxiety level among the basketball player differs significantly as the mean difference value in between pre -competition and during -competition (DM=3.34), Pre- competition and post competition (DM=1.36) and Duringcompetition and post competition (DM=1.36) are greater than the critical difference value of 0.043. On the basis of the result found, following conclusions were drawn: It has seen that a moderate level of Anxiety is best for the acquisition & performance of motor skill. Level of anxiety either too high or low tends to decrease the performance of a player. Anxiety is natural part of the competition in a player or Athlete.
Generic Structure of Research Letters’ Introductions: Create A Research Letter Introduction Model (CARL introduction Model) published in

TAYR Quarterly

Published by Tunisian Association of Young Researchers (TAYR)
Mimoun Melliti Faculty of Letters ans Social Sciences Kairouan, Tunisia Research Letters (henceforth RLs) are short scientific papers reporting new and innovative research findings. Previous research has identified that they are shorter in terms of number of papers (Rutkowsky & Ehrenfest, 2012; Maci, 2008). However, studies have not focused on the generic structure of this genre, which is the concern of this article. This paper aims at investigating the organizational structure of RLs introductions and suggesting a model for their formation. The researcher resorted to content analysis to identify the different phases and the obligatory and optional kind of sentences required for this section of RLs. The main result of this research paper is the identification of Create A Research Letter introduction model (CARL introduction Model). It suggests that the introduction of any publishable RL is to contain 12 sentences of which 7 are obligatory and 5 are optional. Such finding is important for it assists researchers in scientific disciplines in writing publishable RLs. Additionally, it supports ESP teachers in teaching writing to future researchers. Keywords: Genre analysis, Research letters, Generic structure, Writing model.
LEARNER-CENTRED APPROACH: TYPES OF PERCEPTION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Zhannura Manapbayeva; Xeniya Sklyarenko Nowadays one of the main objectives of the higher educational organizations is to use the learner-centred approach, which aims at considering the individual peculiarities and needs of each student. Learning styles based on the dominating perception channel should be taken into account while preparing for the lessons. In this paper we try to give recommendations for compiling lectures and tutorials, which are suitable for each students learning style.
Evaluation of selected emulsifiers and buttermilk in the manufacture of reduced-fat paneer published in

Basic Research Journal of Food Science and Technology

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Suneeta Pinto, Bhatt J.D and Prajapati, J.P Selected emusifiers viz. (viz. polysorbate-80, glycerol monostearate (GMS) and lecithin) and buttermilk were tested for their potential to improve functional and quality attributes of reduced fat paneer. Polysorbate-80 was incorporated in reduced-fat paneer @ 0, 0.025, 0.05 and 0.075, GMS @ 0, 0.05, 0.1 and 0.15, lecithin @ 0, 0.025, 0.05 and 0.075% (by wt. of paneer milk respectively. Sweet cream buttermilk was added at 0, 20, 30 and 40 % level in paneer milk. Results indicated that addition of polysorbate-80 up to 0.075 % (w/w of milk) resulted in improved moisture retention which increased yield of paneer markedly. However, addition of polysorabte-80 at all the levels studied adversely affected the flavour scores of reduced fat paneer resulting in decreased overall acceptability scores. Incorporation of GMS up to 0.10 % level of addition (% w/w of milk) resulted in improved moisture retention which increased yield of paneer markedly. However addition of GMS at all the levels studied did not improve the sensory attributes of paneer significantly. Incorporation of lecithin at all the levels studied resulted in increased yields. Incorporation of buttermilk did not influence flavour, body and texture, colour and appearance even though it had significantly improved the moisture content and thereby yield compared to control. Amongst all the emulsifiers and respective levels studied, lecithin was preferred the most with respect to flavour, body and texture, colour and appearance as well as total scores as it provide a fat-extending effect with an increase in lubricity and slipperiness in the mouth. From amongst the ingredients viz. polysorbate-80, GMS, lecithin, buttermilk and respective levels studied lecithin and buttermilk were found to improve the sensory scores and yield at lower levels studied viz. 0.025-0.05 % (w/w) and 20 and 30 % addition respectively. The results indicated that emulsifier utilization in reduced fat paneer production has commercial potential in overcoming the defects related to fat reduction. Keywords: Paneer, emulsifiers, reduced fat, lecithin, buttermilk
FERTILITY-ENHANCING POTENTIALS OF IPOMOEA BATATAS (SWEET POTATO) IN MALE ALBINO WISTAR RATS published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
*Ologhaguo Macstephen Adienbo1 and Chioma Obinuchi Wodu2 This work is aimed at investigating the effects of Ipomoea batatas on fertility in male albino wistar rats. Fourteen adult male wistar rats weighing between 160g-200g were randomly assigned into two groups of 7 rats each. Group A (control) received 200g of animal feed per day, while Group B (Test group) received 120g animal feed thoroughly mixed with 80g dried ground Ipomoea batatas root tuber particles, daily for 60 days. The weights of the animals were taken weekly. Fertility test was done by the natural mating method by cohabiting two mature fertile female rats with each male rat during the last ten days of treatment. The females were sacrificed after 7 days of separation from the males, and fertility parameters determined. On the 61st day, the male rats from each group were sacrificed and the testis and epididymis excised and weighed. Semen from the epididymis was analysed for sperm characteristics. The results in test group showed significant (P<0.05) increase in the following: weight of testis and epididymis, sperm motility, sperm count and sperm viability; with an insignificant (P>0.05) reduction in sperm abnormality. Also, there was a significant (P<0.05) increase in the number of pregnant female rats in test group, corresponding to 42.86% increase in fertility rate, compared to the control animals. It was concluded that prolong consumption of Ipomoea batatas enhances fertility in male wistar rats by improving the sperm quality.
APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL MODELS TO THE COLLABORATIVE PUBLICATIONS IN BIOINFORMATICS? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Dr. N. Amsaveni, M. Manjula?? This article deals with the growth and proportion of different types of co-authored publications in Bioinformatics. This study also explores the applicability of appropriate statistical model to the deterioration in the proportion of single-authored publication with during sample periods. Also studies the applicability of selected statistical models to the distribution of authorship in publications of bioinformatics during 1999 to 2013.
Hospital Efficiency in Andhra Pradesh by Data Envelopment Analysis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. Goverdhan, Prof. V. V. Haragopal Healthcare plays important role in the government. Now, the consolidation of nations health is primary objective. The efficiency of hospitals is judged on the basis of efficiency. A great change in recent years in hospitals for the patients. Even the government has to compete with private hospitals. It is an important to find the appropriate resource allocation to the maximum. This study focuses the changes in health sector. It studies the hospital efficiency at district level government hospitals. Government should analyze about the efficiency regularly on quality of health care. The number of hospitals, Primary Health Centers and beds are taken for analysis in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana region. As it is input oriented and constant return to scale, Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is used to find out the relative efficacy.
Acrylamide Content in Selected Commercial Foods in Egypt Using HighPerformance Liquid Chromatography? Photodiode Array Detection. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Enas Mahmoud Mekawi This study reports the results of the survey study on acrylamide levels in selected foods products collected randomly from supermarkets in Egypt. Acrylamide (AA) can be industrially produced or formed in processed food by a Millard type of reaction between sugar molecules and the amino acid asparagine. In order to estimate the quality of these foods and their effects on public health, the content of acrylamide in commercial potato chips, breakfast cereals, snacks, biscuit, bread, coffee and baby food has been determined. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled to photodiode array detector technique was employed for the analysis. Extraction method was followed in order to allow low concentrations of acrylamide to be detected. Limit of detection was 30 ?g/ kg. In general, the highest value of acrylamide (1226 ?g/kg) was detected in potato crisps whereas the lowest value was detected in powdered baby food (20 ?g/ kg). The outcome of current study has strongly recommended the necessity to conduct a large-scale survey to evaluate the levels of acrylamide in commercial food products.
Designing a Prototype Model for the Application of Knowledge Management Strategies in Agriculture published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. R. Balasubramani, Santosh A Navalur India is one of the rapidly developing nations of the modern world. It has become an independent country, a model republic, more than six decades ago. During this period the country has been engaged in efforts to attain development and growth in various areas such as building infrastructure, finance, agriculture, industrialization, rural development and so on. As compared to the various areas of development agriculture, have not reached the desired level of development and reflects lot of scope for development if we can think of competitive strategies. In this paper we have made an attempt to discuss the importance application knowledge management in Agriculture and its prototype model to implement knowledge in agriculture in a comprehensive way.
The Morbidity Pattern Among Rag Pickers in an Urban Central City of Uttar Pradesh, India : A CrossSectional Study published in

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Dr. Anish Khanna Background: The most dangerous, demeaning and destructive of self worth for children is, perhaps, the job of scrap collector or rag pickers. The nature of their work and work environment is most unhygienic. Objective: To understand the pattern of morbidity among the rag pickers in a central city of Uttar Pradesh, India. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study conducted in urban area of Lucknow district. Both male and female subjects were included in the study. The district was divided in four areas-north, east, west and south. From each area, two mohallas were selected for the study. Results: About one third (36.6%) of the subjects were in the age group 10-20 years and female (57.4%) subjects were higher than males (42.6%) and majority were illiterates (67.5%). Majority of the subjects had habit of smoking, tobacco and alcohol. Out of 265 subjects, 123(46.4%) suffered from any one of the morbidity. The percentage of subjects suffering from any one of the disease was higher among older subjects compared with younger subjects and this was statistically significant (p=0.001). Males (56.6%) suffered more compared with females (38.8%) with statistical significance difference (p=0.001). Conclusion: Besides that rag picking is one of the most dangerous and in-human activity where the rag pickers are exposed to harsh weather conditions surrounded by stray animals and infectious solid waste that may induce them with many diseases.
Meta Analysis: For Synthesizing Researchs Results In Social Sciences published in

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HAKIKAT Over the time, researches are increasing in numbers in different fields of social sciences. Sometimes these researches are overriding each other on a particular topic. It may happen that different researchers came out with different results on same topic or area of research. So it is not an intelligent approach to increase the number of studies without reaching to a proper conclusion. The researchers can overcome this problem by using a new tool of research Meta Analysis. Meta analysis is a combined quantitative result of previous studies related to a particular topic. So Meta Analysis is a quantitative approach of literature review of previous studies. Narrative review of previous studies may create researchers bias. By using Meta Analysis, summarized and unbiased result from previous studies can be calculated. Thus Meta Analysis is a technique to give brief quantitative result from available empirical literature in place of adding one more study in this literature. In this paper, Meta Analysis process and different steps are discussed. Different techniques and software available for Meta Analysis are also discussed.
IMPLIKASI PENOLAKAN LAPORAN KETERANGAN PERTANGGUNG- JAWABAN KEPALA DAERAH DALAM PERSPEKTIF HUKUM TATA NEGARA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
H.A. Komari The Format of Indonesia Local Government that change with implementation Law Number 32 year 2004 concerning Local Government replaces Law Number 22 year 1999 concerning Local Government, the one of consequence change that is about responsibility the leader of local government. In implementation Law Number 22 year 1999 concerning Local Government, the leader of local government is responsible to DPRD as a local parlement with mechanism Responsible Report. DPRD as a local government have a authority to give and punish if a Responsible Report accepted or rejected with implicated the leader of local government can be impeacthment. The important point in implementation in Law Number 32 year 2004 concerning Local Government, with the simetris position like a partenership between leader of local government and DPRD as a local parlement is nothing implication of law with rejected to Progres Report the Leader of Local Government, as a like impeacthment, to claim in court or punish can not able to be a candidat in leader of local government in the next election. Kata kunci: Laporan Pertanggungjawaban, Kepala Daerah, Pemerintahan Daerah
Primary Renal Rhabdomyosarcoma in An Adult Patient Presenting With Myasthenia Gravis: Unusual Presentation of A Rare Malignancy published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prakasa Rb, Rambabu B, Sridhar P Genitourinary rhabdomyosarcoma is commonly seen in children and is rare in kidneys. Renal sarcomas account for less than 1% of cases of renal cell carcinomas. Myasthenia gravis is rarely seen as a paraneoplastic syndrome in renal cell carcinomas. Renal rhabdomyosarcoma in adult is hence a rare entity with only three or four cases reported in the literature. Usually the diagnosis is made postoperatively after histopathologic examination and immunohistochemistry of the radical nephrectomy specimen. Here we present a case of primary renal rhabdomyosarcoma in an adult who presented with myasthenia gravis as a paraneoplastic syndrome. A radical nephrectomy was done with careful perioperative use of acetylcholine esterase inhibitors. Histopathologic features were suggestive of mesenchymal tumour with skeletal muscle differentiation and positive staining for desmin and myogenin indicating a rhabdomyosarcoma.
Online Food Ordering System With E-Mail Notification published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Ms.Shital Subhash Sangle, Ms.Pournima Gawade, Ms.Swati Vibhute Online food ordering systems is one of the most popular online businesses nowadays. Various type of food can be ordered through online shopping such as fast food, bakery, vitamins and others. People like to shop online as it will safe shopping time and this facility is available at anytime and anywhere. However, the existing online food ordering systems still have lacking of some aspects for ecommerce that are important for customer satisfaction. Customer would find their experience most enhanced when the online system give flexibility for the customer to choose the delivery method and receive the E-mail notification on the ordering status. Therefore, the online food ordering system for bakery that implements the electronic mail technology to notify users when the order is placed or order is processing or order processed or ready for pick up at store or delivered and give flexibility in delivery options to the customer.
IJIRAE:: Image To Image Hiding Using PSO published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
E Divya* P Rajumar This paper describes the various steganographic techniques. It also compares the particle swarm optimisation algorithm with basic technique .Image to Image Hiding is possible using the steganographic techniques and improves the performance and capacity by the particle swarm optimisation.
Indian Cinema what it Can Teach Us? published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Rudra Prasanna Mohapatra : Todays generation think of Indian cinemas as entertainment. This piece of literature strives to bring home other dimensions of Indian cinemas. Indian cinemas taught society about the ill effects of traditions, superstitions, popularised inter-caste marriages through love stories and also exhibits various serious themes on Indian socio-polity and security. Thus Indian cinemas in particular and cinemas in general has a massage for the societies. But changing dimensions of human society and behaviour has forced the movie-makers to make movies for financial investment only. Here, the history, changing prospects and regional diversities of Indian cinemas are discussed to establish the necessities of movies for human societies.
EMPOWERMENT AND SELF MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Jashila PJ*, K. Krishnakumar, L. Panayappan, K. Jayapraksah* Patient empowerment has emerged as a new paradigm that can help improve medical outcomes while lowering costs of treatment. The concept seems particularly promising in the management of chronic diseases. Diabetes may provide a blueprint for implementing patient empowerment because empowering patients has been instrumental in achieving the successes we have witnessed in the management of diabetes in recent decades. This article explores the concept of empowerment in the context of diabetes care.
Analysis The Nephro Protective Activity of The Oleanolic Acid Isolated from The Medicinal Plant - Cassia Auriculata (Linn.) published in

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P.K. Senthilkumar, K. Gajendiran The nephro protective activity was studied using male albino rats of Wistar strain by treatment with oleanolic acid. The treatment with oleanolic acid at 50 mg/kg was found to reduce the level of urea for (23.73 mg/dL) as well as creatinine (0.64 mg/dL). The results showed that the administration of oleanolic acid significantly decreased the levels of MDA, urea and creatinine in Gentamycin-induced rats.
Flexural Toughness of Ternary Blended Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Subjected to Sustained Elevated Temperature published in

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Dr Deepa A Sinha In this paper, an attempt is made to study the flexural toughness of steel fibre reinforced concrete with ternary blends. 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. A detailed investigation is made to study the flexural toughness 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.. It can be concluded that 30% replacement of cement by (10+20) proportions of (FA+GGBFS) in ternary blended SFRC yields higher strength.
GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF ENTAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA REVEALS A SIGNIFICANT ASSOCIATION OF PARASITE GENOTYPE WITH DISEASE OUTCOME published in

JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

Published by COUNCIL FOR INNOVATIVE RESEARCH
Sandipan Ganguly, Punam Chowdhury, Tomoyoshi Nozaki, Koushik Das Amoebiasis caused by the enteric parasite Entamoeba histolytica has variable disease outcomes. The association between parasite genotypes and outcome of amoebic infection still remains obscure and requires to be explored. Genetic characterization of clinical isolates is certainly a useful method to explore this relation. E. histolytica isolates from different disease outcomes has been genetically characterized based on the widely used repetitive marker, Serine rich E. histolytica protein gene (Srehp). Genetic organizations of our study isolates are unique in compare to previous reports. Most of the identified repeat patterns are outcome specific. Significant association between parasite genotypes and outcome of amoebic infection has also been established.
PROPOSED ARCHITECTURAL MODEL FOR ATM SERVICES ON CLOUDS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rishabh Shukla * , Er.Narendra Kumar Gupta Today, one of the biggest problems that gripped the banking sphere, the high cost of implementing advanced technologies and the efficient use of the hardware. Cloud computing is the use of shared services on the Internet provides a large role in developing the banking system, without the need for operating expenses including staffing, equipment, hardware and software Reducing the cost of implementation of advanced information technology and efficient use of hardware banking industry is one of the biggest goals require and the main problem is widespread and practical application of cloud computing solutions in the banks, it is a good proposal. In this research, information was collected from the IT department of an Iranian bank on the basis of statistical analysis on reducing energy consumption and costs in the current structure and the structure offered by cloud computing platform.
DEVELOPING CONTEXT SPECIFIC PROCESSES TO IDENTIFY & MENTOR GIFTED CHILDREN IN INDIA published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Jyoti Sharma India is investing expertise and efforts to bring significant education reforms. Raising the standards of education is one of the top most priorities at the highest level. Education of high ability learners is also one of the concern areas. It has been now realized to evolve indigenous methods to identify and nurture gifted children. The present research is an empirical study. It aimed to develop process of identifying and nurture gifted children in Science and Mathematics. The aims of the research were three fold. The first was to conceptualize giftedness in Indian context. The second aim was to develop detailed methodology and appropriate instruments to identify children with gifted traits. The third aim was to setup mentoring program for the identified group of students. The study developed detailed methodology to identify and mentor potentially gifted children.
Design and Implementation of Wireless Automatic Electricity Meter Reading System Using ZIGBEE with Theft Detection Application published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Pandurang G. Kate, Mr. Jitendra R. Rana Traditional method for meter reading forelectricity consumption and billing is done byhuman operator from building to building. This requires large number of man power and long working time to achieve complete area data reading and billing. Human operator billing may have error . This concept is to reduce the time delay ,errors and theft of electricity. .The power management system is consists of Zigbee Digital Power meters installed in every consumer unit and an Electricity e-Billing system at the energy provider side. The ZigBee is used since the application dont need high speed data rate, need to be low powered and low cost .The Zigbee Digital Power meters utilize the Wireless sensor network to send its power usage reading using information back to the energy provider wirelessly. This wireless system is also used to overcome the theft of electricity via bypassing the energy meter and hence it also controls the revenue losses and utility of the electricity authorized agency
AN FPGA-BASED VIRTUAL PAINTING BOARD published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ju Seok Lee, Jeong Beom Kim In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of a virtual painting board in an FPGA board. The system has a CMOS camera as an input device and a VGA monitor as an output device. Users can draw lines, colour a picture or both and can follow it on the VGA screen. We have used VHDL and Verilog-HDL for the hardware design. The system hardware consists of CCD capture, RAW2RGB, SDRAM, Main Ctrl, M4K, and VGA controller. The system detects yellow and red colour with the camera and stores and converts the coordinate. Based on Altera DE2 board, we have used 1.3 M pixel CMOS camera, VGA monitor and coloured bands for this system. The design is developed by QuartusⅡ11.1 software. Keywords: Virtual Painting Board, Gesture Detection, Colour Segmentation, Fingers with Coloured Band, FPGA &Embedded System.
A Finite-Volume Method in General Curvilinear Coordinates for Simulation of Blood Flow past a Stenosed Artery published in

International Journal of Advanced Design and Manufacturing Technology

Published by Azad University Majlesi Branch
S. Pasha Zanous*, R. Shafaghat, Q. Esmaili In this study, the ?ow characteristics through symmetric stenosis artery are investigated. The shape of eccentricity for stenotic ?ows is limited by circular-cross sections and plaques usually assumed to be oriented concentrically. The governing equations are the usual Navier-Stokes equations and are numerically solved by using finite volume method in arbitrary orthogonal curvilinear coordinates. In addition, three-dimensional (3D) elliptic grid is presented, which the generating system is based on the solution of a partial differential system. To prevent serious distortion or overlapping of mesh lines, grid regularity is verified by some controlling parameter like Skewness value and maximum grid aspect ratio (MAR). The main objective of the present study is to investigate different degrees of the stenosis (45%, 55%, 65%, and 75% by area reduction) and finding the critical one playing a significant role in the development of forming sediment in the vessel wall. It is shown that the magnitude of inlet Reynolds number has strong relationship with the velocity, pressure, and wall shear stress (WSS) distributions as expected. The most important conclusion obtained from this model is the high WSS, pressure drop, and formation of large recirculation regions found in the downstream of the stenosis, especially in the case of severe stenosis that could create various pathological diseases.
Trade of Human Eggs- a Current Trend of Reproductive Organ Trafficking published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs. Pyali Chatterjee,Debmita Mondal Commercial Surrogacy has become one of the most flourishing industries for revenue generation. A direct impact is the increased trafficking of women and children from the entire world to meet the demand of their supply in such industries and mostly the victims of such crimes are from the poor societies of the world. For the process of Gestational Surrogacy, surrogate mother as well as egg donor is required and the egg should not belong to surrogate mother. The procedure of egg removal involves various severe side-effects because of the use of Synthetic Hormones and sometimes results in death of the egg donor. An infamous example of such dire consequence of egg removal is the Romanian Scandal in 2009 and the death case of Sushma Pandey of India, in 2010. Such instances grabbed the attention of the researchers, lawyers, medical professionals and human right activists universally and important questions relating to law regarding right and life of the egg donors and their trafficking are being raised and debated. The lack of laws and guidelines both at international and national level, for the removal of human eggs for surrogacy, is one of the reasons for victimization of egg donors. Neither the World Health Organizations Draft Guiding Principles on Human Organ Transplantation, nor The Transplantation of Organs Act, 1994 in India deals with transplant and trade of human eggs. Even the ART Bill, 2008 of India is silent on this issue. Thus there is a need felt for international and national laws regulating removal of eggs and its trade for Commercial Surrogacy. The authors in this paper aim to survey the existing literature and propose appropriate guidelines and strict laws for the same.
COMPARATIVE PHYTOCHEMICAL QUANTIFICATION IN GREEN AND PURPLE VARIETIES OF BASELLA ALBA FOR PREVENTIVE MANAGEMENT OF NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCY AND STRESS RELATED DISEASES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B.Thirupathi, S. Gangadhar Rao* Antioxidant secondary metabolites, antioxidant enzyme activities and antioxidant radical scavenging assays were done in green and purple varieties of nutritionally important Basella alba Content of phenols ,flavonoids, flavonols, proanthocynidins did not differ much between green and purple varieties, however anthocyanins was recorded maximum in purple variety 1.655 as compared to green variety(0.285mg/g dr.wt). Total carotenoid and ?carotene showed high concentration 2.48 and 0.229 mg/g. Fr. wt in green compared to 1.55 and 0.44 mg/g fr.wt in purple variety Enzymes peroxidase and glutathione reductase showed maximum activity in green variety with 1.25 and 0.194 units as compared to 1.066 and 0.1327 units in purple variety respectively. Catalase and polyphenol oxidase showed maximum activity in purple variety 0.73 and 0.532 units as compared to 0.56 and 0.357 units green variety respectively. Radical scavenging activity assays i.e. FRAP, ABTS and DPPH inhibition % has showed maximum24.56, 37.5, 66.46 % activity in purple variety respectively when compared to 18.07, 14.58 and 59.75 % activity in green variety respectively.
Value Analysis of Rack & Pinion published in

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Navendu Kumar, Binay Kumar Rajak In todays manufacturing era we are surrounded with new quality initiatives. The main aim of such systems is to provide improvement in the quality in the least appropriate costs to satisfy the customer needs. This states the need of VE/VA in the organization which are striving for the improvement in the quality. Initially in this project all the information related to the product were collected and the functions of various parts were defined in Noun and Verb forms according to the rules of value analysis job plan. Later all the primary functions were compared for their relative importance and their percentage weight factor were found out. After then function cost matrix was developed which shows percentage cost associated with each function. Then VIP index was found out which was used to identify poor value functions which were further carried to next stage of developing creative ideas. All the creative ideas were evaluated systematically. At the end it was seen that a considerable amount of cost can be saved.
A Comparative Study on the Presence of Halophilic Vibrios in Edible Oyster, Crassostrea madrasensis from the Backwaters of Chennai Coast published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
C. Ganga Baheerathi and K. Revathi Vibrios contribute the major part among water and foodborne pathogens in coastal ecosystems. The members of the family Vibrionaceae contribute 60% of the total bacterial population. The current work is aimed at the analysis of the presences of Vibrio species in edible oyster Crassostrea madrasensis along the coastal line of Chennai in Ennore, Royapuram and Muttukadu. The oysters were collected, and total heterotrophic bacteria were analysed using selective non-selective agar medium and further confirmed by biochemical tests. The predominant pathogenic halophilic Vibrio species were identified to generic level according to Bergeys Manual of Systematic Bacteriology. Among the Vibrios, Vibrio alginolyticus, V. parahaemolyticus and V. harveyi were the dominant species identified in Crassostrea madrasensis.
Performance Analysis of Paired Heterogeneous Cellular Network by Abolition of Self Interference published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
Mrs.L.R.Priya, Dr R.Selva Kumar,Mr.B.Mohan,S.Silvia Rachel
MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO GASTRIC CANCER published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Priyanka Joshi1*, Dr. Rajesh Pandey1, Ajay Kumar2 Gastric cancer (GC) is the fourth most common cancer and the second leading course of cancer-related deaths worldwide (after cancers of lung, breast and colon/rectum), with an estimated 989,600 new cases and 738,000 deaths in 2008. It is the second-most common cancer among men and third-most among females in Asia and worldwide. Incidence rates can be attributed to many factors but refer particularly to differences in dietary habits, and infection with Helicobacter pylori. A report of a joint World Health Organization (WHO)/Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Expert Consultation concluded that salt-preserved food and salt probably increase the risk of gastric cancer, whereas fruit and vegetables probably decrease the risk. Telomerase activity was initially assayed in gastric carcinoma tissues, matched adjacent normal tissues and digestive ulcer lesions. Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), CA19-9 and CA72-4 are the most commonly used biomarkers of GC. With increasing knowledge about the function of miRNAs, their possible therapeutic associations have attracted attention. The association between MUC1 polymorphism rs4072037 and the risk of GC has been also described. Mechanism of metastasis in gastric cancer is still under investigation. Development of molecular biomarkers, molecular and functional imaging techniques will be of great help in GC. The core of individualized treatment is to use the appropriate strategy on the right patient.
DISTRIBUTION OF HEAVY ADMIXTURE IN FRONTIER LAYER OF ATMOSPHERE AT NON-STATIONARY PENETRATING CONVECTION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Razila Abzelhanovna Beshtaeva; Nariman Malikovich Kiyalbekov In work happens to semi theoretical and statistical theory to turbulent diffusion of the admixtures, is considered particularities of the process to diffusions in stratified on density to ambience. The Described methods of the experimental study to diffusions in ocean and atmosphere.
EXPERIMENTA L INVESTIGATION TO PREDICT DEN SITY O F P/M ALUMINIUM - COPPER COMPOSITES IN COLD COMPRESSION U SING SURFACE RESPONSE METHODOLOGY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Desalegn Wogaso (PhD) In this study, response surface methodology (RSM) has been applied for the prediction of the influence of process parameters, namely, deformatio n load, aspect ratio, initial relative density and copper content (%) on the densification behaviour of powder metallurgical aluminium - copper preforms. The process has been successfully modeled using RSM, Box - Behnken design technique, and tested for its ad equacy. The significant process parameters have been identified and verified. The results revealed that all the process parameters are significant in which deformation load and initial relative density are positively affected the final relative density whi le aspect ratio and copper content (%) are negatively affected the final relative density of the preforms. The experimental and predicted values are in a good agreement. The model sufficiency is very satisfactory as the coefficient of determination (R 2 ) is found to be 99.38% and adjusted R 2 (adj R 2 ) is 98.77%.
KEY CONCEPTS AND FACTORS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS’ COMPETITIVENESS published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Mariia Sandul Modern state of higher education theories and key tendencies inherent to the development of the national higher education systems are under the main focus of the article. The main research objective is to examine the evolution of the higher education systems’ competitiveness theories, as well as to identify the key factors of the global competitiveness of the higher education systems. Methodological background includes the comprehensive approach and the system of general scientific principles. The main practical implications of the research can be used in the policy- and program-making processes as well as for the purposes of the strategic development of the higher education systems. The conducted research highlights the evolution and current state of the development of theories on higher education and its competitiveness, suggests the definition of the national higher education systems’ competitiveness, as well as distinguishes their main effectiveness factors. The transformation of the role that the higher education sector performs in modern societies together with the key development trends of higher education institutions are under consideration.
Experimental Investigation on Partial Replacement of Cement by Palm Oil Fuel Ash in Concrete published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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L.Subhashini, Prof A.Krishnamoorthi The utilization of pozzolanic materials in concrete construction is increasing, and this trend is expected to continue in the years ahead because of technological advancement and the desire for sustainable development. Palm Oil Fuel Ash (POFA) is used as a supplementary cementitious material in concrete. However, use of supplementary cementitious materials leads to control in heat of hydration which further avoids higher shrinkage. Palm Oil Fuel Ash (POFA), a waste material obtained from burning of palm oil husk and palm kernel shell as fuel in palm oil mill boilers, which has been identified as a good pozzolanic material. Palm Oil Fuel Ash which contains siliceous compositions produces a stronger and denser concrete. In this study, the strength properties of POFA concrete of M30 grade in different replacement level and also compares with control concrete. Concrete specimens containing 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% POFA were made at a water-cement ratio of 0.45. Strength properties such as compressive strength, flexural Strength and splitting tensile strength will be studied, and compared with that of concrete containing 100% OPC as control. It is revealed that the optimum replacement level of OPC by POFA is 20% for a good strength in compressive test.
E-nam in agricultural marketing- An overview published in

International Journal of Current Research

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Roshini, S., Sonali Suchismita Behera and Upasana Mohapatra The paper describes the implementationof e- NAM and its progress in India. e - NAM is a pan-India electronic trading portal which creates a unified national market especially for agricultural commodities and provides single window service by networking existing APMCs (Agriculture Produce Marketing Committees). About 90 commodities are notified for trading on e –NAM platform. Hitherto 13 states were covered under this scheme whereas Uttar Pradesh tops the list with 100 markets andUttarkhand hits the bottom line with 5 markets. In trading, Gujarat is leading with 7441.7 tons of quantity traded amounting to a total trade value of 14117.05 Cr followed by Uttarkhand while Odisha is lagging with 0.63 tons of quantity traded amounting to a meager 1.11 Cr of trade value.e- NAM enhances the quality of marketing by reducing the regional barriers throughout the nation to achieve the “one nation one market” goal of the government.
THE DARANA OF THE TWO SAINTS OF ASSAM, ANKAR DEVA AND JN PR : A COMPARATIVE STUDY published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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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.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VARIOUS IMAGE COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
David.S?, Manikandan.R? Image compression may be lossy or lossless. Lossless compression is preferred for archival purposes and often for medical imaging, technical drawings, clip art, or comics. Lossy compression methods, especially when used at low bit rates, introduce compression artifacts. Lossy methods are especially suitable for natural images such as photographs in applications where minor (sometimes imperceptible) loss of fidelity is acceptable to achieve a substantial reduction in bit rate. The lossy compression that produces imperceptible differences may be called visually lossless. In numerical analysis and functional analysis, a discrete wavelet transform (DWT) is any wavelet transform for which the wavelets are discretely sampled. As with other wavelet transforms, a key advantage it has over Fourier transforms is temporal resolution: it captures both frequency and location information (location in time).
Peningkatan Keterampilan Proses Sains Siswa melalui Context Based Learning published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Adam Malik, Endah Kurnia Y, Siti Robiatus S Rigid object equilibrium is a material that needs well rule and process aplication viewed from tranlation and rotation concept. This phenomenon related to material aplication was much found in daily life. This material instruction requires the development of Saintific Process Skills (SPS). Based on the observation result in MAN Cisewu, this material was considered difficult for the student. The teacher taught the material with mathematical formulas wihthout practicing the saintific process. One of the efforts to solve the problem by using model Context Based Learning (CBL). CBL connects content and contex. It helps the students to be more creative informing concept individually and improves the saintific process skills. Through one grup pretest-posttest design in pre experiment method, the research aims finding out the use of CBL model by using observation sheet and improving students’ saintific process skills measured by multiple choices. The result shows percentage of teacher activity 87,00% (good) and students 85,22% (good). The improvement of students’ saintific process skills showed 0,58% (medium) for N-gain means. The indicator of saintific process skills communicate of the lowest N-Gain (0,06) and the highest N-Gain (0,73) apperead on the indicator of interpretation. Hyphothetical test showed by Wilcoxon match pairs, it is found that Zcount (5,70) > Ztable (1,69). It can be concluded that Context Based Learning can improve saintific process skills of students in material rigid object equilibrium.
Prevalent causes of infertility in women of reproductive age in Srinagar city published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Prathipati. Baby Sandhyasri, Dola.Devanandam Social attitude to the role of women lags much behind the law. This attitude which considers women fit for certain jobs and not others colours those who recruit employees. Thus women find employment easily as nurses, doctors, teachers the caring and nurturing sectors, secretaries or in assembling jobs-the routine submissive sectors. But even if well qualified women engineers or managers or geologists are available, preference will be given to a male of equal qualification. A gender bias creates an obstacle at the recruitment stage itself. When it comes to remuneration the law proclaims equality but it is seldom put into practice. The inbuilt conviction that women are capable of less work than men or less efficient than men governs this injustice of unequal salaries and wages for the same job. The age old belief of male superiority over women creates several hurdles for women at their place of work. Women on the way up the corporate ladder discover that they must be much better than their male colleagues to reach the top. Once at the top male colleagues and subordinates often expect much greater expertise and efficiency from a woman boss than from a male boss. Conditioned by social and psychological tradition women colleagues too dont lend support to their own sex. Working in such conditions inevitably put much greater strain on women than what men experience. These problems tend to make women less eager to progress in their careers. This article based on secondary data. In this article I have try to explain the real condition of Indian working women and also make an effort to clear main problems of working women. A womans work is not merely confined to paid employment. She has to almost always shoulder the burden of household chores as well. A woman could still bear up with these problems if she had control over the money she earns. But in most families even now her salary is handed over to father, husband or in-laws. So the basic motive for seeking employment of getting independence is nullified in many womens case.
Aadhar Based Electronic Voting System published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Prof.R.L.Gaike, Vishnu P. Lokhande, Shubham T. Jadhav, Prasad N. Paulbudhe This paper includes the overall technical idea behind using Aadhar card for voting. At the time of voting in the elections, the Barcode-Scanner will be used to decode the Enrollment ID printed on the Aadhar card in which our database is already stored/registered. Then it drives the next finger authentication stage. The authentication can be done using finger vein sensing with the help of fingerprint module, which allows the authenticated voters to vote on electronic ballot. Through this voting system we can see the result whenever we want either immediately or later as per our requirement.
A Note on Calcination Study of Sanu and Gotan SMS Grade Limestones of Western Rajasthan, India published in

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M. S. Shekhawat, G. Prabhulingaiah Two chemically similar high-grade limestone deposits occurring in Sanu area of Jaisalmer and Gotan area of Nagaur, Rajasthan were studied to determine their suitability for SMS use through the process of calcination. On calcinations at different test temperatures, Sanu limestone shows shrinkage while, Gotan limestone shows expansion, with their volume index of about 1 and 0.9 respectively. It suggests that both the limestones are suitable for SMS use however, the Sanu limestone is superior than the Gotan limestone. The shrinkage and expansion behaviour of limestones of the study area also shows better correlation with their grain morphology and microstructures.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Reporting Incentives in China published in

Proceedings of the 2015 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR), Global Businesses and Consumers in a Networked World

Published by Lingnan University
Agnes W Y Lo, Raymond M K Wong, William Wong This research aims to investigate the interplay between ethical incentives and other corporate reporting incentives (e.g., financial reporting incentives) on related-party transactions. Due to an increasing need to fulfil various social commitments (e.g., for environmental conservation, industrial waste reduction or giving back to society), corporate managers are increasingly interested in demonstrating their social responsibility rather than merely improving financial performance. One way for a firm to communicate corporate commitments for social responsibility to its stakeholders and the general public is to publish reports on its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. We hypothesize and find that the ethical drive for reporting on CSR initiatives has an interactive or moderating role with other corporate reporting incentives, and that these various incentives affect a firm’s corporate strategies. Understanding these incentives is vital for academics, investors and corporate stakeholders who wish to properly infer the motivations underlying a firm’s financial reporting strategy.
A Rare Case Report of Lamellar Ichthyosis Collodion Baby with Severe Cicatricial Ectropion in Both Eyes published in

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Kavita A. Dhabarde, A. H. Madan The purpose is to report the rare occurrence of collodion baby among population of Central India. A 5months old male child,first issue of a second degree consanguineous married couple, FTND in hospital, NICU admission for first 10 days after birth,c/o eversion of both upper& lower eyelids of both eye since birth. O/E exfoliated lesions present over scalp,palms,soles, fish mouth like oral cavity eclabium, eyebrows not developed, upper lids showed total cicatricial severe ectropion, lower lids showed mild ectropion,tarsal conjunctiva was exposed &bulbar conjunctiva exposed&keratinised, follows torch light, rest anterior segment WNL,fundus both eyes was within normal limits. Frequent lubricating eyedrops& antibiotic eyedrops were prescribed and baby was called for follow up. COLLOIDION BABY has rare incidence in CentraIIndia. One such case was reported in our institute
PSMPV: PATIENT SELF-CONTROLLABLE AND MULTI-LEVEL PRIVACYPROTECTING COOPERATIVE VALIDATION IN DISTRIBUTED MHEALTHCARE CLOUD COMPUTING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nisar Salim Shaikh , Prof.S.Y.Raut Distributed m-healthcare system computing framework fundamentally encourages effective patient treatment for restorative sharing so as to meet individual health data among human services suppliers. On the other hand, it realizes the test of keeping both the information classification and patients’ character protection at the same time.Numerous current access control and mysterious validation plans can’t be direct misused. To take care of the issue, in this paper, a novel approved open security model (OSM) is built up. Patients can approve doctors by setting an entrance tree supporting adaptable limit predicates it also give the date and time limit to the authorized physician withi that only the physician can access that data . At that point, in view of it, by formulating another procedure of characteristic based assigned verifier mark, a patient self-controllable and multi-level privacy protection safeguarding agreeable confirmation plan (PSMPV) acknowledging three levels of security and security prerequisite in dispersed m-medicinal services distributed computing framework is proposed. The straightforwardly approved doctors, the by implication approved doctors and the unapproved persons in medicinal conference can separately decode the individual health data and/or check patients’ personalities by fulfilling the entrance tree with their own quality sets. At last, the formal security verification and re-enactment results show our plan can oppose different sorts of assaults and far outflanks the past ones as far as computational, correspondence and capacity overhead.
REST based API published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Shabnam Kumari | Deepak Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) and Representational State Transfer (REST) are two answers to the same question: how to access Web services. The choice initially may seem easy, but at times it can be surprisingly difficult. SOAP is a standards-based Web services access protocol that has been around for a while and enjoys all of the benefits of long-term use. Originally developed by Microsoft, SOAP really isnt as simple as the acronym would suggest. The Difference between SOAP vs REST APIs REST is the newcomer to the block. It seeks to fix the problems with SOAP and provide a truly simple method of accessing Web services. Shabnam Kumari | Deepak"REST based API" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2200.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-security/2200/rest-based-api/shabnam-kumari
STRUCTURAL INVESTIGATION ON NEMONIC-901 MADE GAS TURBINE GUIDE VANES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Dr. R. Saravanan*, G. Vinod Reddy Nowadays Gas turbine inlet temperature is raised to improve overall thermal efficiency and net power output. The cooling of guide vanes is imperative to avoid their thermal damages and forced deterioration of their life span. The cooling designs influence the structural stability of such guide vanes. This research paper considered two kinds of cooling design, namely impingement cooling and showerhead cooling. The vanes are made up of Nimonic 901. The structural analyses were carried out for both cooling design blades individually. The Pro-E employed for both modeling and ANSYS R14 Finite Element Analysis. The result shows that the improved design of cooling is structurally safe and stable. The structural stability with respect to cooling design ensured for improved cooling design.
Influence of Cd on Physiological Disturbances, Essential Oil Content and Composition on Palmarosa (Cymbopogan Martinii) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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N. K. Srivastava The supposition assumed in the present investigation was that some essential oil bearing crops could be grown as alternate to conventional crops in heavy metal enriched soils. Investigations were carried out to evaluate the dose dependent effect of Cd on physiological changes and on essential oil content and composition. To sand culture grown Palmarosa plants different doses of Cd (ppm) consisting of 1- 0.0, 2- 1.25, 3-2.5, 4- 5.0, 5- 10.0, 6- 15.0, 7-20.0 were supplied. With increasing dose and duration plant growth characters as plant height, fresh weight and dry weight of shoot & root decrease as a result total plant biomass also decreases. Chlorophyll content and carbon-di-oxide exchange rate decrease indicating decrease in growth of plant. Oil yield was highest at nil Cd supply. % geraniol was highest at 2.50 ppm while geranyl acetate was highest at nil Cd supply; indicating effect of Cd on biosynthetic pathway. Cd (mg/Kg dry wt.) content was higher in roots than in shoots. The results support that Palmarosa can be grown up to 20 ppm Cd concentration.
A REVIEW ON ASTHMA-COPD OVERLAP SYNDROME published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Amulya K Mohan*, K. Krishnakumar, L. Panayappan, Rosmin Jacob* One of the most common reasons for admitting in emergency department of hospitals is due to the exacerbation of obstructive pulmonary disease symptoms, which is mainly chest tightness and breathlessness. Individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma are an important but poorly characterised group. The genetic determinants of COPD and asthma overlap have not been studied. Overlap subjects reported a history of physician-diagnosed asthma before the age of 40 years. We compared clinical and radiographic features between COPD and overlap subjects. More females and AfricanAmericans reported a history of asthma. Overlap subjects had more severe and more frequent respiratory exacerbations, less emphysema and greater airway wall thickness compared to subjects with COPD alone. Overlap subjects have more exacerbations, less emphysema and more airway disease for any degree of lung function impairment compared to COPD alone. We identified novel genetic variants associated with this syndrome. COPD and asthma overlap is an important syndrome and may require distinct clinical management.
PRIVACY PROTECTION AGAINST WORMHOLE ATTACKS IN MANET published in

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Mr.B.Satheeshkumar, Ms.R.Kalaivani The USOR offers unobservability as promised. Though information disclosure is unavoidable for colluding insiders, and the adversary knows some keys, the information that the colluding insiders can obtain is largely restricted by USOR. In the padded USOR, all packets including RREQ, RREP packets and other control packets are padded to 128 bytes. Due to the packet padding, performance of the padded USOR is obviously downgraded, but the padded USOR still achieves satisfactory performance: more than 85% delivery success and about 250ms delivery latency. And also it not only provides strong privacy protection, it is also more resistant against attacks due to node compromise. Finally, achieves stronger privacy protection than existing schemes like MASK.
Psychosocial Profile and Quality of Life in Children with Bronchial Asthma; A Comparative Study of Self Reports and Parent Proxy Reports of Peds Ql Inventory published in

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Eman Ahmed Zaky, Malak A Shaheen, Nermine H Amr, Samer Mm El Amp Ndash Said Background: Health-related quality of life (HRQL) is classically defined as the functional effects of a disease and of its ensuing therapy on a patient as perceived by the patient himself. It is crucial to be considered in management of chronic diseases; asthma included. Objectives: Evaluation of the psychosocial profile and caregivers' perception compared to children's perception of HRQL of an Egyptian sample of children with bronchial asthma Methodology: The current case control study comprised 8-12 years old 40 Egyptian children and their caregivers (their mothers); 20 known asthmatics of both sexes as Group I and 20 clinically physically healthy children of comparable age and sex and their caregivers (their mothers) as controls (group II). Full clinical assessment, pulmonary function testing, psychometric evaluation, and assessment of Pediatric Quality of Life using an Arabic validated version of PedsQL Inventory both Child Self Report and Parent Proxy Report were carried out for all enrolled children. Results: Total HRQOL score and all its sub-scores (both child and parental reports) were significantly lower in asthmatics compared to controls. HRQOL total score was negatively correlated with anxiety and depression scores and positively correlated with FEV1 and FEF 25%-75%. Moreover, caregivers reported significantly lower scores of the total HRQOL as well as its all assessed sub-scales compared to their asthmatic children self reports. Conclusion: childhood asthma has lead to significant lowering of the total HRQOL and all its sub scales in the studied Egyptian sample of asthmatic children with worse caregivers' perception compared to their asthmatic children's perception.
Ethical and Unethical Activities in Business (Conceptual Study) published in

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Anbalagan Heroji Business ethics is the study of rightness and weakness of the acts that involved in the production & exchanges of goods and services. It is a set of moral principles and rules of conduct applied to business. Every organization including small industries also helps in countrys growth. Business ethics are moral values and principles that determine our conduct in the business world. It refers to the commercial activities, either with other business houses or with a single customer. They can be applied to all aspects of business; from generation of an idea to its sale. Business use the society for its resources and functioning, thereby obligating it to the welfare of the society. Many organizations now implement the code of ethics in their company polices, which they implement during induction and regular training. A Code of Ethics "is generally a more blanket statement of values and beliefs that defines the organization or group" Ethical activities create good will to the organization. It includes Investors, Employees, Customers, Competition, Government etc; The lack of business ethics in the market, is the reason the world economy is presently in crisis. Unethical activities include monopoly, tax evasion, destroying competitors etc. will affect business environment. We should overcome these unethical behaviors by giving proper ethical trainings to the employees.
Shunt Active Power Filter with Hysteresis Current Control for three Phase Ac-Dc Converter published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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J. N. Pandya This paper represents the simulation of Shunt Active Power Filter(SAPF) based on p-q theory and using hysteresis current control to obtain the gating signals for three phase ac-dc converter. The proposed active power filter is employed to reduce the current Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) drawn by the non-linear load and compensate the reactive power. The PI controller is employed to reduce the ripple voltage of the dc capacitor of the inverter. Simulation of a shunt active power filter is done in PSIM software. Simulation results have been obtained, FFT analysis of source current and load current is also presented and Total harmonic distortion of source current is calculated before and after compensation and THD of the source current after compensation is below 5% which is in permissible limit imposed by IEEE-519 standard.
Effect of Thickness on Structural, Optical and Electrical Properties of Chemically Grown Cd0.825pb0.175s Thin Films published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
M. A. Barote1*, A. A. Yadav2 and E. U. Masumdar2 Thin films of Cd0.825Pb0.175S with different thicknesses have been deposited onto amorphous glass substrates using simple and low-cost chemical bath deposition technique. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis of the as-deposited films shows polycrystalline nature. Energy dispersive analysis by X-ray (EDAX) confirms the sulphur deficit films. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) studies show that, the deposited films are well adherent and grains are uniformly distributed over the surface of the substrate. The studies on optical properties show that the direct band gap value decreases from 2.13 eV to 1.72 eV as thickness varied from 1.22 ?m to 2.75 ?m The electrical conductivity and thermoelectric power (TEP) measurements have been carried out in 300-500 K temperature range. The activation energy is found to be thickness dependent and it varies in the range of 0.127-0.168 eV at low temperature range and 0.421-0.514 eV at higher temperature. Semiconductor behavior has been observed from the electrical conductivity measurements. The thermoelectric power measurements reveal that films exhibit n-type conductivity.
Strategies for the Skill Orientation Among Engineering Students in Esl Context-Express Yourself: an Overview published in

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Dr. Y. Vijaya Babu Technical competence and communication skills are two essential components must go hand in hand. Of course effective communication skills with excellent academic performance are supplementary and complementary. No professional student can meet his/her goal without any of these pre requisite skills. There is the constant growth and importance of skill acquisition in the modern age of science and technology. No doubt it is the fact that in impending times effective orientation can be much emphasized on skill acquisition where English practiced as a second language (ESL) a backdrop.
Dijital Media Aur Gramin Vikash published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Role of Administration in Block and Cluster Levels in Rural Primary Schools of Western Uttar Pradesh published in

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Asmi Siddiqui Right to Education (RTE) focuses on the decentralisation of primary education and for this purpose it has been involved all tiers of local government from district to gram Sabha. Connectivity and coordination between these tiers of administration in primary education are crucial part of RTE. After district, block and gram Sabha level are important level of administration to implement RTE in grassroots. For this purpose various functionaries like BSA, BEO, BRC,NPRC are involved to implement RTE in district level. This research paper highlights the planning, supervision, inspection and monitoring in rural primary schools. This study also covered the administrative challenges and hurdles due to larger geographical area of India. India being largely populated, so it is necessary to know the implementation of RTE in rural areas. This paper is based on the case study done in Rural block of Bithiri Chainpur in district Bareilly of Western Uttar Pradesh (UP).
Detection of Inducible Clindamycin Resistance in Staphlylococcous aureus isolates published in

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Dr.B.Sreekanth, Dr. Gogi Suresh Dattaraya Introduction :- The resistance to antimicrobial agents among staphylococci is an increasing problem. Clindamycin is considered to be one of the alternative agents in these infections. Clinical failure of clindamycin therapy has been reported due to multiple mechanisms that confer resistance to macrolide, lincosamide and streptogramin antibiotics. Materials and methods :- A total of 238 S. aureus isolates were subjected to routine antibiotic susceptibility testing including oxacillin (1 ?g) and cefoxitin (30 ?g) by modified Kirby Bauer disc diffusion method. Inducible resistance to clindamycin in S. aureus was tested by D test as per CLSI guidelines. Results :- Out of 238 Staphylococcus aureus isolates, 128 (53.7%) were methicillin sensitive (MSSA) and 114(47.8%) methicillin resistant (MRSA). Over all 26(18%) isolates showed constitutive resistance (MLSBc), 50(35%) inducible clindamycin resistance, 68(47%) MSB phenotype. Constitutive and inducible resistance to clindamycin were significantly higher in MRSA than MSSA (P<0.001). Conclusion :- D-test should be included in routine antibiotic susceptibility testing for the optimum treatment of patients
SYNTHESIS AND USES OF CHALCONE IN HETROCYCLIC SYNTHESIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. S. S. Rajput*1 and S.S.Patole2 This review deals with synthetic methods of chalcones and their use in synthesis of heterocyclic compounds. The data and method of synthesis, chemical reaction and biological activities of these heterocycles published over the last years are reviewed here.
Comparative Study of Open Versus Sutured Haemorrhoidectomy in V.s.general Hospital, Ahmedabad published in

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Thiyagaraj . V. Green marketing is the marketing of products that are presumed to be environmental safe. Green marketing conceptis the new concept in the Indian concept but it can be changed only with thehelp of consumer awareness towards the green products.Attitude determines the Altitude of the human being. It refers toevaluative statement of respond favorable or unfavorable and like or disliketowards the objects, events and people etc. whether it may be positive ornegative. Consumer behaviorare changed in every minutes due to the changing the marketing trends.This study analyzes the respondentsattitude towards willingness to pay more for green product.By using conveniencesampling 586 sample size of the respondents are meet through interviewscheduled method. Collected data are analyzed through by using the statisticaltools of percentage analysis, Chi-square.
Computer Network Skills and Job Opportunities in the Arena published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mrs. Abhilasha Kale, Dr. Sudhakar D. Bhoite This research paper highlights on the realities in network skills and job opportunities in the arena. This article is an outcome of review taken from a Network Certification Course in a regional institute and its associated branches. The data used in this process is real one & explained as a collective effort on relation between the computer network knowledge, skills and job opportunities in arena. A reference framework applied on a network technology is fast growing branch of IT industries.
Assess the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge Regarding Prophylactic Measures in Prevention of Deep Vein Thrombosis Among Patients Confined To Bed In Tertiary Hospital, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India published in

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Angelin Esti, Ms. Pushpakalajagannathan, Mrs. Malathy Aim: To assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding knowledge of prophylactic measures in prevention of Deep vein Thrombosis among patients confined to bed in Tertiary hospital, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India Methods and Materials: A preexperimental research with one group pre test post test design was used for this study. The study was conducted in medical and surgical wards in Chettinad hospital and research institute,Kanchipuram Dist, Tamilnadu. The population consists of patients confined to bed during the study period. The sample was 50 bed ridden patients who fulfilled the inclusion criteria. The tool used for data collection was structured questionnaire. The data were collected for a period of four weeks from September 2012- October 2013. Results: There was a significant difference in the knowledge on prophylactic measure in the prevention of deep vein thrombosis in the patients confined to bed after structured teaching programme. There was no significant association of post test knowledge on prophylactic measure in the prevention of deep vein thrombosis in the patients confined to bed score with the selected demographic variables except for occupation and history of blood clotting disorders. Conclusion The result from this study reveals that the knowledge on prevention of Deep vein thrombosis among patients confined to bed was inadequate. This has to be taken into consideration. Structured teaching programme is effective in increasing the knowledge regarding prevention of Deep vein thrombosis among patients confined to bed. The findings of the study revealed a significant increase in the post test knowledge scores after structure teaching programme.
FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT SERVICE QUALITY MODEL IN MOBILE SERVICE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA published in

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Dr.V.Balaji, Mr.K.Kumaran Mobile phones, which were introduced a decade ago in 1995-96 in India, are becoming the dominant means of accessing communication. At the end of 2005-06, there were 90 million mobile subscribers in India in comparison to 50 million subscribers for landlines. The increase in mobile phones has been phenomenal in comparison to landlines since the introduction of mobiles in the country. Consequently, mobile subscriber base is projected to increase from 90 million in 2005-06 to 433 million in 2010-11 and nearly 900 million in 2015-16. Due to this, revenues collected by mobile operators and the government will increase substantially during the coming years. Mobile operators revenue is projected to increase approximately from Rs. 405 billion in 2005-06 to Rs. 3236 billion in 2015-16. The main aim of this paper is to estimate the future fundamental trend analyze the pattern and rate of adoption of mobile phones in India
Correlated response of integrated nutrient management for seed yield and yield contributing traits of pea (Pisum sativum L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
ASHOK CHAUDHARY*, R.A. KATIYAR, POONAM SINGH, C.P. SACHAN, C.L. MAURYA,VIKAS VERMA AND S.K. SONI An experiment was conducted in RBD with three replications to find out the effect of integrated nutrient management in popular variety of pea, Azad Pea-3. The result revealed that application of vermicompost @ 2.5 tonnes ha-1 + dose of NPK kg ha-1 resulted significantly maximum field emergence (24.18 sqm-1 area), days to 50 per cent flowering (30.66), green pod test weight (4024.77 g), plant height (98.04cm), test weight of seed (220.25 g), volume of 100 seed (21.30 cubic mm) and seed yield (22.52 qha-1). An association study among the major yield characters exhibited significant strong, positive correlation between seed yield and field emergence, plant height, length of pod, number of grains pod-1, number of pods plant-1, green pod test weight, test weight of seed and volume of 100 seed.
DIGITAL BUS PASS FOR LOCAL BUSES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Snehal Banale * , Prajakta Dudhade , Rajshree Pal , Sayali Patil This project aims at providing an e ff ective solution for maintaining Bus pass information. The system has two login, one for user and the other for admin. Online bus pass Generation system is a web as well as android application for people to get Bus passes online. Online bus pass generation system would be useful for all peoples to get bus pass online instead of standing in long queues to obtain their passes. Online bus pass generation system is helpful because it reduces the paper work, takes less time and makes the process of issuing bus pass in simple and faster way. User can refill their account and extend the validity of pass every time when the pass expires. Our system is intended to perform functionality like accessing basic information for authentication and provide Bus pass for the peoples without placing them in long queues. These systems provide security option for women and provide tracking of smart card if in case smart card is lost. The o ffi cial in the bus would be able to verify the authenticity of the pass by scanning the QR code provid ed on the pass with a recommended device.
Learning Disability the Neglected Classroom Reality published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Manoj Kumar Choudhary,Dr. Sandeep Kumar This paper may not enable the teacher to formulate diagnostic tests or remedial strategies but she should be in a position to cooperate and collaborate with the counselor and the clinical psychologist and faithfully carryout out their instructions to the benefit of her disabled students.The writer intends to urgently call on the teacher educators to understand and address the needs of these children. This can be achieved by creating awareness among the teachers and by training them at both pre-service and in-service levels.
This paper presents a MATLAB program that utilizes a Graphical User Interface (GUI) tocalculate the electrical quantities and the efficiency of a power transformer. The GUI isdesigned in such a way to allow the user to enter the resistances and reactances of the primaryand the secondary sides, the resistance and reactance that represent the core, the rating of thetransformer and the transformer turn ratio. This program performs the calculations with respectto the popular exact and approximate models of transformers for both cases, referred to primaryand to secondary. This allows the user to compare the obtained results and notice the effects ofapproximation on the values. Also, we can check the validity of their solutions ofhomework problems involving transformers. published in

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Dr.D.Ramesh Cloud computing is a vision for technologies that provide computation, software, data access, and storage services that do not require end-user knowledge of the physical location and configuration of the system that delivers the services. Cloud computing is the long dreamed vision of computing as a utility, where users can remotely store their data into the cloud so as to enjoy the on-demand high quality applications and services from a shared pool of configurable computing resources. By data outsourcing, users can be relieved from the burden of local data storage and maintenance. Thus, enabling public audit ability for cloud data storage security is of critical importance so that users can resort to an external audit party to check the integrity of outsourced data when needed. To securely introduce an effective Third Party Auditor (TPA), the following two fundamental requirements have to be met: TPA should be able to efficiently audit the cloud data storage without demanding the local copy of data, and introduce no additional on-line burden to the cloud user.TPA performs the auditing by sending queries to the cloud server and retrieves the file information of the user and check the information with its log information. Batch auditing is performed to reduce the communication cost.
Gain improvement of the Yagi-Uda Antenna Using Genetic Algorithm for Application in DVB-T2 Television Signal Reception in Tanzania published in

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

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Twahir Kazema and Kisangiri Michael Abstract: Region 2 UHF Frequency band is the frequency range which is used for transmitting Television signals in East Africa. Yagi-uda antenna is an array Antenna designed for various applications, in this paper a 5-element yagi-uda antenna is designed and optimized for operating on the frequency of 500 MHz for digital television signal reception. 4NEC2 and FEKO software’s were used for simulation and optimization was done using genetic algorithm. A comparative analysis was done using the two software’s with respect to the current used antenna in DVB-T2 digital television systems in Tanzania. The results shows that; the FEKO optimized antennas gives a better performance compared to the currently antenna used for digital television reception in homes. Keywords: VSWR, Gain, DVB-T2, antenna, signal reception, genetic algorithm, comparative analysis, television, simulation, optimization
Fin Tech Banking - The Revolutionized Digital Banking published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Prof. Ashwini Sanmath India is one of the fastest developing countries in the world and the changes taking place are also very frequent in the financial environment of India. Where Fintech is and will play a major part of the financial world. Fintech is the need of an hour, where it will be completely digitalized in all respects. Today, Comparing India with other countries with respect to its digital growth results in a drastic positive change. This change is helping the nation's economy as well as augmentation of the individuals. Digital India being a flagship programme of the nation's Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi under the incorporation of Indian Central Government, Fintech plays and will play a very vital role and impact on the programme fulfilling the needs and requirements of the time. This will also empower the citizens which will lead to a better standard of living. Prof. Ashwini Sanmath "Fin Tech Banking - The Revolutionized Digital Banking" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18699.pdf
E-learning as a strategic choice to achieve human resources competence within the economic knowledge in Algeria published in

Algerian Business Performance Review ABPR

Published by University Kasdi Merbah Ouargla
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The Effect of Christian Belief in Eternal Life on Age-Related Social Partner Choice published in

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Chung C*, Avalon J. Baldwin As adults enter old age, they tend to decrease the size of their social circle; however, despite this decrease, older adults express the same or increased satisfaction in the quality of current relationships and the size of their social circle. Socioemotional Selectivity Theory (SST) suggests that older adults perceived time left to live was the main reason for their choice of emotionally gratifying partners. In the present study, we examined how the Christian belief of eternal life might impact older adults social partner choices. If believing in life after death was perceived as an extension of time, older adults who hold this belief should show a decreased tendency to choose family/close friend as social partners than those who do not believe in life after death. Our results showed that Christians who believed in life after death were more likely to choose family members/close friends as their social partners than Atheists. We also found evidence that older adults may not necessarily choose family/close friends more often than young adults, especially when religious beliefs and current goals were taken into account.
Adoption of Mobile Commerce in Small- and Medium-sized Businesses published in

Proceedings of the 2015 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR), Global Businesses and Consumers in a Networked World

Published by Lingnan University
Chi Wai Chung, Alan W L Lam, Alfred W S Loo The emergence of mobile commerce (M-commerce) has created new opportunities for businesses because of the development of new paths of information spread and exchange. Furthermore, the advent of mobile communication caused the emergence of online trade relations that allow consumers to receive information and buy products long distance. However, M-commerce is still on the rise because few research studies can provide sufficient explanation on how it contributes to consumer behavior, organizational performance, and productivity. The current study seeks to define the influence of Mcommerce on consumer behavior and perception and to analyze the factors affecting the adoption and utilization of M-commerce, as well as factors contributing to the spread of Mcommerce among small and medium-sized businesses. The review of literature and qualitative analysis have focused on issues, such as technological progress, employee engagement, customer satisfaction, M-commerce development, and innovation in the context of business activities carried out through mobile devices. The studies have revealed that M-commerce has become a valuable contribution to the development of online commerce in the sphere of traditional business management and in the context of small- and medium-sized businesses.
An Effective Data Communication Using IEEE 802.15.4 For Wireless Sensor Network published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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S.Anthony Jesudurai, Dr.A.Senthilkumar, A.Puviarasu Wireless Sensor Network are commonly used in all sector for data processing. The design of low rate Wireless Personal Area Network (LR-WPAN) by IEEE 802.15.4 standard has been developed to support lower data rates and low power consuming application. Where in industry the wired communication is more expensive or impossible due to physical conditions. A shortcoming of the existing wireless industrial communication standards is the existence of overcomplicated routing protocols and design topology. Zigbee wireless sensor network works on the network application layer in IEEE 802.15.4. Zigbee networks are configured in star, tree or mesh topology whose performance varies from topology to topology. Performances parameters are network lifetime, energy consumption, throughput, data delivery delay and sensor field coverage area vary depend on the network topology. The applications of Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks for Process Automation are time-critical, subject to requirements in terms of end-to-end delay and reliability of data delivery. In this Paper, designing of hybrid topology by using three possible combinations such as star-tree, star-mesh and star-tree-mesh for Wireless Sensor Network. The designed hybrid star-tree-mesh topology uses Zigbee communication protocol with two different routing protocol AODV and DSR for safe and economic data communication in industrial fields. Star-Tree-Mesh proposed hybrid zigbee sensor network performs better than other two topology Star-Tree and Star-Mesh.
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.
Bilateral iris, lens and Chorioretinal Coloboma: A Case Report published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

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Mohamed Abdallahi Ould Hamed*, Abdoulsalam Youssoufou Soulay, Karim Reda and Abdelbarre Oubaaz Colobomas are genetic malformations due to lack of closure of the embryonic fissure. These are rare malformations that can sit at any level of the eye. Colobomas can be uni or bilateral, sporadic or hereditary. It may be associated with other ocular manifestations and extra-ocular malformations involving a general, clinical and radiological examination. We report the case of a 28 year old young man with no significant pathological history whose ophthalmological examination revealed a coloboma affecting the iris, lens and choroid.
Health Implications of Tobacco and Betel Quid Chewing an Etiological Survey in The Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, India published in

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S. Sivaprasad,E. Bhuvanewari,R. Usha,P. Anitha The health implications of tobacco and betel quid chewing were investigated through an etiological survey in the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India. The sample survey, carried out on 305 individuals, has revealed that both tobacco chewing and betel quid chewing habits are common among women (~ 81%) and rural people (92%). The study highlighted that 60% of the people suffer from knee-joint pains, ~23% from dental disorders, ~18% from gastro-enteric disorders, ~7% from diabetes, 5% from respiratory disorders, ~3% from heart problems, 2% from urinary disorders and less than 1% from the mental disorders. Most of the disorders are found in tobacco chewers (48 to 74%) and non-chewers (29 to 52%), while their prevalence is significantly low in betel quid chewers (zero to 11%). The study recommends that limited chewing of betel quid is good for health and keeps people away from routine health ailments.
Administration of Justice in the Deccan under Nizam-ul-Mulk Asaf Jah published in

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Dr. Lucky Khan The political and socio-cultural history has always been the focus of research scholars whether it is the history of a country or any region specifically. The legal History in this manner lagged behind and immense material related to the said field is still unearthed. Hyderabad or the Deccan of the Mughal times was consisted of the six Subas namely, Khandesh, Bidar, Berar, Bijapur, Hyderabad, Aurangabad, which were placed under the Viceroy whoever appointed to the post. The importance of the Hyderabad State lies in the fact that being a Successor State of the Mughal Empire it continues with the Mughal system of Justice Administration under the early Nizams, however the changes were made in the subsequent years under the Nizams according to the need of the time and also to make it suitable according to the local variations. In the present paper an attempt has been made to bring into light the administration of Justice in the Deccan under the first Nizam, Nizam-ul-Mulk Asaf Jah.
Pulmonary Function Assessment in Young Female Medical Students Suffering from Anemia published in

ACTA MEDICA INTERNATIONAL

Published by TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY
Sharad Jain1, J L Agarwal2 1Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, Saraswathi Institute of Medical Sciences, Hapur, U.P., India, 2Professor, Department of Physiology, Saraswathi Institute of Medical Sciences, Hapur, U.P., India Introduction: Anemia is common problem in people of high socioeconomic status of all age group. Th is is usually seen with reduced work capacity, early fatigability, mental irritation, dyspnea etc. Despite of good and easy availability of food, young girls of high socioeconomic status still remain anemic mainly due to lack of self care in terms of nutritional diet, somewhat hate for green leafy vegetables, charm of junk foods devoid of nutritional substances including iron, inadequate physical exercise. Present study was conducted to assess the pulmonary functions in young anemic female medical students belonging to high socioeconomic status. Methods: Based on Hemoglobin level subjects were divided in to 2 groups. Group 1 comprised of obese students (Hb>12 gm/dl) and group 2 comprised of anemic students (Hb<12gm/dl). Age, height and weight, of all subjects were noted. Body mass index was calculated by dividing weight (in Kg) with height in meter2. Data obtained were analyzed using t-test. Result: Forced Vital Capacity (FVC), Peak expiratory fl ow rate (PEFR), FEV1 and Maximum voluntary ventilation (MVV) in anemic group subjects were signifi cantly lower in comparison to control group. However FEV1/FVC did not show any signifi cant diff erence. Conclusion: Anemia leads to decreased pulmonary functions which further hampers the oxygenation of the tissue and may worsen the physical and mental capabilities. Keywords: Anemia, Pulmonary function, Hemoglobin
Comparative Study of Anthropometric Measurement and Body Composition between Elite Handball and Basketball Players published in

Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine

Published by Montenegrin Sports Academy
Aldijana Muratovi?1, Dobrislav Vujovic1, Rasid Hadzic1 1University of Montenegro, Faculty for Sport and Physical Education, Niki?, Montenegro The purpose of this study was to describe anthropometric characteristics and body composition of elite handball and basketball players as well as to make comparisons between them. Fifty-nine males were enrolled in the study, divided into three groups: fifteen handball players, fourteen basketball players and thirty healthy sedentary subjects. The descriptive statistics were expressed as a mean (SD) for each variable, while the ANOVA and LSD Post Hoc tests were carried out to detect the effects of each type of sport. The results showed there was no significant difference in body mass index among the groups, while a significant difference was found for body height and body weight as well as for all three of the body contents measured (muscle, bone and fat) among the groups. These findings may give coaches from the region better working knowledge and suggest to them to follow recent selection process methods and to be more careful during the recruitment.
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International Journal of Technical Research & Science

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IN VITRO: PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT POTENTIAL OF VITEX NEGUNDO. LINN OF SYNTHESIZED SILVER NANOPARTICLES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Amudha Murugan and Krishna kumari Shanmugasundaram * The environmental friendly synthesis of nanoparticles process is a revolutionary step in the field of nanotechnology. In this study, the biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles was carried out using Vitex negundo leaf extract as reducing agent. UVvisible spectroscopy was used for quantification of silver nanoparticle synthesis. The synthesized silver nanoparticles were characterized with Scanning electron microscopy (SEM),Transmission electron microscope (TEM), Energy dispersive x - ray analysis (EDX), X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Fourier transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). Phytochemicals are screened in order to predict the secondary metabolites in the extract. The in vitro antioxidant properties of the biosynthesized silver nanoparticles have been evaluated and these nanoparticles were found to have higher antioxidant capacity and thus it can be used as potential radical scavenger against deleterious damages caused by the free radicals.
Assessment and analysis of socio-economic correlates for characterizing the overall performance of handicraft enterprises in Assam published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
M. M. ADHIKARY, K. PRADHAN1 AND R. SAHARIA The concept of entrepreneurship development is becoming global phenomenon today not only because of industrial growth and business ventures but also a solution of unemployment and for the socio-economic prosperity of the community. In case of handicraft, craft form is a significant sector in India, not only because of their intrinsic cultural and aesthetic value but also because of their promising potential for economic development. An entrepreneurship development process is a judicious blend of management and risk orientation process for profit maximization. The present study was conducted at Pub Nalbari block of Nalbari district and Balipara block of Sonitpur district under the state Assam with respondents selected randomly. For the growth of any enterprise efficient management plays a key role. This management includes planning, production and market management. The study revealed that majority of the handicraft entrepreneurs efficiently managing their enterprise for profit maximization and experience, increased income, education and use of skill hired labour played a crucial role in entrepreneurship management, quality product and minimizes the risk and ultimately improves the performance of the enterprise.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR MARKETING AUTHORIZATION OF GENERIC DRUG PRODUCT IN BOTSWANA published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

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Mo. Nasiruddin I Pawar1, *Darshil B Shah2, Dr. Dilip G Maheshwari Immediately after independence in 1966, the pharmaceutical sector became a priority for the Government, and for many years Botswana pioneered numerous areas of pharmaceutical policy, receiving international recognition for this work. The Botswana pharmaceutical market is growing rapidly. It is heavily driven by imports. The majority of pharmaceutical sales in the country are from prescription drugs. There are two procedure by which a marketing authorization in Botswana can be obtained, Registration of Medicine through General format (MH 2048) and Registration of Medicines through CTD & SADC format. These both procedure are applicable to innovator and generic medicines. Branded medicines play an important role in medications, but generic medicines are their cost effective alternatives. Generic Medicines are similar to branded drugs in terms of efficacy, purity and are perceived to be safer as compared to new drug molecules, as they likely to be older and time tested. This review article attempts an insight on the recent regulatory aspects and marketing authorization procedures in Botswana by giving a detailed overview of the both General format and CTD-SADC format for pharmaceutical applicants to make proper marketing applications and market or place their pharmaceutical generic products in the Botswana.
Developmental Challenges for 21st Century published in

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V. Vijay Anand Sriram Preparing our self for changes and challenges will keep us active, alive, artistic and authoritative. The first step before preparation is discussion and initiation. This paper aims at analyzing various developmental changes faced by our country and aims a developing a practical approach to address this issues and aim at implementable solutions ,with prime focus on value based approach
Racism,Identity Crisis and Compulsion to Speak: Emergence of Afro-American Writers published in

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Dr. Ousephachan K. V. The Blacks in America who had been suffering racial discrimination for more than four hundred years were legally free from the middle of the nineteenth century. But this period had so many ands, ifs and buts that one cannot accept it as freedom at all. One has to see it as legal fiction .The Blacks in America have been exploited and oppressed racially, culturally, socially, economically and politically. Their culture has been ruined, their languages have been extinguished and they have been ruthlessly confined to subhuman conditions of life for about four centuries. They were completely stripped off their heritage and history, all on account of racial difference.In course of time, many Black writers emerged to defend their race, protest against racial discrimination and glorify their culture and tradition.
Implementation of Steady State Modal of UPFC in bus system published in

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Mr. Shwetal I. Anand Controlling power flow in modern power systems can be made more flexible. The paper presents a reliable method to meet the requirements by developing a Newton-Raphson based load flow calculation through which control settings of UPFC ( Unified Power Flow Controller ) can be determined for the pre-specified power flow between the lines. A MATLAB program has been developed to calculate the control settings of UPFC and the power flow between the lines after the load flow is converged. Case studies have been performed on IEEE 14-bus system to show that the proposed method is effective
SCENARIO ON DEVELOPMENT OF DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR THE TREATMENT OF INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN PHARMACEUTICALS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sanketkumar D. Bariya*, Jay B. Jain, Jinita R. Kapadia, Girish K. Jani,Vipul D. Prajapati Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a chronic disease characterized by chronic inflammation of gastrointestinal tract especially involving colon. The two main components of IBD are Ulcerative Colitis (UC) and Crohns Disease (CD). Colon is a site where both local and systemic delivery of drug can be targeted. Systemic side effects can be minimized by targeting the drug to colon and thereby making it more effective delivery system. The therapy of IBD includes administration of anti inflammatory agents, corticosteroids, biological agents, immunosuppressive drugs and some antibiotics, which repress the intestinal inflammatory burden and improve the symptoms. The present work gives an overview on the different routes of administration of drug in delivery systems. It also briefly covers the strategies for drug delivery in the treatment of IBD. Novel drug delivery approach is known to be more effective system as compared to conventional drug delivery systems owing to its lesser adverse effects and accurate targeting of drug. The article also highlights the patents on IBD.
A Study to Evaluate the Awareness of Hepatitis B Disease Among Undergraduate Dental Students in Punjab. published in

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Sukhjit Singh, Prabhjot Singh The hepatitis B virus is an extremely infectious yet, preventable blood borne pathogen, with an estimated 350 million chronic carriers worldwide and a prevalence of 10-18 percent in surgeons. The aim of the study was to assess the knowledge of dental undergraduates about various aspects of hepatitis B and to evaluate the differences in the knowledge of BDS first year students and interns
ROLE OF SOME AYURVEDIC DRUGS IN MANAGEMENT OF KAPHAJA GRAHANI DOSHA SINGLE CASE STUDY published in

Pharmaayurved

Published by Mrs. Sheetal Buddhadev
Rajneesh Pathak Bharat Mungra Nisha Prajapati In the modern era sedentary life style, poor dietary habits and stress play a key role in the development of all disease. These factors primarily initiate gastrointestinal tract disturbances that results in poor digestion, absorption and retention capacity of gut. One of the most common digestive disorders prevalent in the society is grahanidosha a type of GI disturbance. Grahani has adhara adheya sambandh (inter related) with agni. Grahani is considerd to be agni adhisthan (place). Malfunction of agni or mandagni causes improper digestion leading to grahanidosha. In samprapti (Pathogenesis)of grahani dosha, agnimandya and sama dosha are some important causal factors . Acharyasushruta considered Atisara as one of the predisposing factor of grahani roga. A 24 years Muslim male patient residing in Shahpur (Ahmedabad) came to OPD of Kayachikitsa Dept., Akhandanand Ayurved college & hospital, Bhadra, Ahmedabad. He wanted a permanent solution of his symptoms.Considering chikitsa sutra(treatment plan)of grahani dosha Haritaki shunthi churna, Lavana Bhaskar churna, chiktrakadi vati and kutaj ghan vati were selected which contains katu, tikta rasa, ushna and tikshna gunadrugs which will improve agni, will cause amapachana , anuloman of vata dosha and give strength to grahani.
As tecnologias de informao e comunicao usadas pelos prestadores de servios logsticos: reviso de literatura published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Carolina Lusa dos Santos Vieira, Mnica Maria Mendes Luna & Dbora Tocchetto de Castro With the growth in the supply of logistics services, and the increase of competition, the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) is now considered by logistics service providers (LSP), a source of competitive advantage. Through a literature review, this paper seeks to identify which technologies have been used by the PSL. Analyzing 47 articles on the subject, published in international journal that has the largest number of works on PSL, applications of technologies by PSL were analyzed according to a taxonomy suggested based on literature - software, hardware and networks. Among the results highlight the technologies cited by categories and greater scientific interest, such as EDI, RFID, TTS, WMS and Internet. Keywords: Information technology and communication; Logistics service providers; Literature review; Use of technology.
Effect of supplemental nitrogen fertilizer treatments on yield and its components for four genotypes of maize published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
Ali Hussein Jasim Iman Majeed Katib A field experiment was carried out during the autumn season of 2015 in Abu Gharaq area (10 km west of Hilla city ) to study the effect of five supplemental nitrogen fertilizer treatments (as whole or split in two parts) and four genotypes of maize on yield and its components. Factorial experiment according to split plot arranged within randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replications was used .Four genotypes of maize (US hybrid , Hispanic hybrid, Euphrates hybrid and popcorn ) placed in sup-plot and the Main-plot included the addition of supplemental nitrogen fertilizer (urea 46% N) in five levels (0 , 100 kg N.ha-1 as whole or split in two parts and 200 kg N.ha-1as whole or split in two parts). The genotypes were differ in most traits studied.Furathybrid was superior in total grain yield and gave the highest rate of 8.74 t.ha-1, biological yield (17.26 t.ha-1) , weight of 300 grain(141.9 g), and the number of rows per ear (14.48). Popcorn was superior in plant ear number (1.73) and the number of grainsper row (37.88). Nitrogen fertilizer levels differed in most traits studied.The addition of 100 kg N.ha-1(split in two parts) was superior in weight of grain per ear (132.9 g), weight of 300 grain(121.1 g), and the addition of200 kg N.ha-1(split in two parts) was superior in grain yield (8.13 t.ha-1) and biological yield ( 16.19 t.ha-1). Nitrogen fertilizer levels had no significant effect on number of ears per plant , number of rows per ear and grain number per row. The interaction of popcorn with the addition of 100 kg N.ha-1 (split in two parts) was superior in number of ears per plant (1.93) and the number of grain per row (40.47). The interaction of American hybrid with the addition of 200 kg N.ha-1 (split in two parts) was superior in weight of 300 grain (163.8 g).The interaction of Furat hybrid with the addition of 100 kg N.ha-1 (as whole) was superior in the average number of rows per ear (15.0) and weight of grain per ear (183.5 g). The interaction of Furat hybrid with the addition of 200 kg N.ha-1 was superior in grain yield (9.30 t.ha-1). The interaction of Furat hybrid with the addition of 100 kg N.ha-1(split in two parts) was superior in biological yield(17.85 t.ha-1).
EVALUATION OF PRESCRIBING PATTERN OF FIXED DOSE COMBINATION OF DRUGS IN OUTPATIENTS OF CARDIOLOGY IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Azeem Tahir4, Dr Krutika Gulati4, Dr. Lalit Mohan1, Dr. Smita Shenoy2, Dr. Navin Patil3 *. Objective: To evaluate the prescribing pattern of fixed dose combination of drugs in the department of cardiology in a tertiary care hospital. Materials and methods: The case records of patients with cardiovascular disorders who attended the department of cardiology were studied and following data was collected - patient demographics, diagnosis, the total number of drugs and fixed dose combinations of drugs (FDCs) prescribed, composition of the FDC, whether FDC prescribed is approved by World health organisation (WHO). A descriptive analysis of data was done. Results: Out of 184 patients, 92 received fixed dose combination of drugs. Of these, 91.3% patients were suffering from more than one disease. Prescription of FDCs was most common (69.56%) in patients above 50 years of age. The commonly prescribed FDC was aspirin with clopidogrel followed by spironolactone with frusemide. Of the prescribed FDCs, 90% were WHO approved. Conclusion: Polypharmacy was common due to presence of multiple diseases. Though use of FDCs can ensure patient adherence to therapy, irrational use should be avoided.
A REVIEW: TYPE SPECIFICATION BASED VIDEO SPAM DETECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pooja Kamboj*, Er. Chandna Jain Video sharing websites are most popular services for share video among the number of users. These websites also connect with different kind of users known as social networking Web Services. But in these services, there are different kinds of pollution related to the video such as uploading of malicious, copyright violated and spam video or content. The users upload the video for the particular category and viewers/responders response the video by commenting, share video related to the uploaded video but malicious users does not share related video. The users share the unrelated information, abusive or pornographic, commercial video or it can be automatically scripts. These videos are the responsive videos. This research work presents a method for detection of such kind of responses. The first phase of detection is to divide the problem in different scenarios and define the keywords in database which can be related to commercial and pornographic. The sample dataset will contain all the information and video for analysis of the videos and categorized as per content type. The different kind of techniques will identify the video and with some features such as presence of certain terms in the title or description, Likes, elapsed time, uploaded time, etc. The different kind of videos data collection will be considered for analysis the algorithm and corresponding result will be generated. The research will be demonstrated using MATLAB TOOL which will contains the sample videos for Analyze the spam detection, porn video and commercial videos. The website will also save the keywords and these words will be update frequently and remove outdated words for improved detection of videos.
SECURE MULTIMEDIA DATA STORAGE IN CLOUD COMPUTING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dipti Rao*, Muzammil Hasan Data is the most significant entity to every being. It is the sole ingredient of human and non – human communication in all forms, be it electronic, digital, verbal or written. And because of its importance, we adopt stringent measures to secure the storage of data and ensure its authorized access at different levels so that its usability and integrity are maintained. Security of any data deals both with its storage and retrieval. We may apply robust cryptographic algorithms in order to encode the data and/or implement several authentication checks to verify the genuineness of user attempting to access it. Here we develop an application that enables the users to exchange classified multimedia content, securely from any geographical coordinate. We aspire to apply security at all levels, in order to shield the data, right from the point of its creation to delivery. Our intention is to be different from the existent applications under this domain, in the form of latest technology, ease-of-use and scalability. In this paper we propose to provide convenience to the user through simple, understandable yet secure communication interfaces. Our goal is to shield date at all checkpoints through which it travels i.e. Sender Device Device Network Cloud Recipient Device. In this world of advanced communication, people prefer mechanisms through which data can be saved or retrieved quickly, easily and securely from any geographical coordinate. To facilitate this objective, smart phones and mobile cloud computing play an integral role. They fortify the user to use techniques for smart storage and retrieval of data using infrastructure, platform and software as a service being provided by 3rd party. Here we shall make use of the newest technologies, i.e. Android and Cloud Computing.
Molecular Identification Candida isolates from HIV positive patients in India published in

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Ritu Goyal, Ravinder Kaur, Megh S. Dhakad, Absarul Haque, Gauranga Mukhopadhyay, Preena Bhalla, Richa Diwan The objective of the study was to identify, characterize the Candida isolated from HIV/AIDS patients. Relevant clinical samples were collected from 200 HIV/AIDS patients. 143 yeasts were isolated and subjected to speciation by the conventional and molecular methods. We performed the Southern blot hybridization with radioactive labelled CARE-2 probes and random amplification of polymorphic DNA (RAPD). Patients ranged from17-68 years with a mean age of 33.839.07 years. Conventional methods identified C.albicans(82.51%), C.tropicalis(4.89%), C.krusei(4.19%), C.parapsilosis(1.49%), C.glabrata(3%), C.zeylanoids(0.69%), C.kefyr(2.1%), C.lusitaniae(0.69%), Rhodotorula(1.4%). Further C.albicans was reconfirmed by DNA fingerprinting method and Candida non-albicans by RAPD method. DNA fingerprint patterns showed that isolates collected from different patients over a period of time were different compared to some which were related; they were mostly identical only in different body locations of the same patient. DNA fingerprint patterns indicate that the source of infection is not common to all patients and suggesting that commensal or endogenous isolates might be turning into pathogens. Early accurate diagnosis of the source of Candidiasis is needed for better understanding and clinical management in HIV/AIDS patients.
CURRENT STARVED VCO DESIGNED USING 70NM CMOS PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Tarni Joshi * , Virendra K Verma Current starved VCO is simple ring oscillator consisting of cascaded current starved inverters. This paper gives a performance evaluation of five staged Current Starved VCO on simulating tool Tanner 13.0 using 70nm CMOS Process Tech nology. Performance evaluation is done in terms oscillation frequency, average power consumption, and tuning range. The Frequency has been enhanced up to 2.6011GHz at 1.8V DD with low power consumption of 170uW. The tuning range in five stage current starv ed VCO is come out to be high ranging from 0.1 to 1.8V. This design is highly suitable for PLL applications. Therefore, a robust VCO can be designed for reliable operation. The techniques proposed in this paper can also be applied to other low voltage an alog and RF circuits to improve their performance.
A Review on Green Cellular Network published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
K Saravanan Energy efficiency in the cellular network is a growing concern for cellular operators and with the exponential increase in mobile internet traffic driven by a new generation of wireless devices, future cellular networks face a great challenge to meet this overwhelming demand of network capacity. At the same time, the demand for higher data rates and the ever-increasing number of wireless users led to rapid increases in power consumption and operating cost of cellular networks. This emerging trend of achieving energy efficiency in cellular networks is motivating the standardization authorities and network operators to continuously explore future technologies in order to bring improvements in the entire network infrastructure. In this article, we present a brief review and analysis of methods to improve the power efficiency of cellular networks, explore some research issues and challenges and suggest some techniques to enable an energy efficient or "green" cellular network. K Saravanan"A Review on Green Cellular Network" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15839.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/15839/a-review-on-green-cellular-network/k-saravanan
Influence of Early Childhood Care and Education Workshops on Awareness of Parents published in

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Veena Bhalerao The research study was carried out on randomly selected 50 parents of a private preschool of the Parbhani town, Maharashtra state. The sample included of 45 mothers and only 5 fathers of preschoolers. For enhancing awareness of parents of preschool students, need based workshops were designed and launched. It comprised of four full days workshops, for 5.30 hrs per day. These intensive workshops included of lectures and demonstrations followed by discussions. The topics covered in it were importance of early childhood years, components of wholesome development, characteristics and needs of preschoolers, inculcation of good food and learning habits in preschoolers, monitoring & growth assessment of preschoolers, parenting styles and their influence on preschoolers, conducive home environment, importance of use of quality reading & writing material; appropriate preschool child education methods, informal teaching methods, detrimental effects of early and improper introduction of reading and writing skills on development of preschoolers etc. To study the influence of these workshops on awareness of parents with regard to ECCE, they were assessed once prior to the initiation of the workshops based on a structured checklist and were reassessed after the completion of the workshops. The collected data were pooled, analyzed, tabulated and discussed. The areas identified for parental awareness regarding preschool students development, care and education indicated there is dearth need of creating awareness among preschool parents about the proper child upbringing and child education so as to reduce ill effects of it on their development, care and education. After attending workshops on ECCE, highly significant improvements were recorded in the knowledge awareness of parents about preschoolers development, care, parenting styles and education. These parental workshops on ECCE significantly enhanced their awareness about it. It is recommended that all preschools must conduct workshops exclusively for the parents for enhancing their knowledge in ECCE in order to get good parental support for preschoolers development, care and education.
Effectiveness of Demonstration on Breastfeeding Technique Among Postnatal Mothers of Newborns in Selected Hospitals, Mangalore. published in

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Mrs. Manu Acha Roy, Dr. Theressa Leonida Mendonca, Mr. Mangesh Vilinikaran Jabade Statement of the problem: Effectiveness of demonstration on breastfeeding technique among postnatal mothers of newborns in selected hospitals, Mangalore. Background: Breastfeeding confers short-term and long-term benefits on both child and mother, including helping to protect children against a variety of acute and chronic disorders. The studies from developing countries show that infants who are not breastfed are 6-10 times more likely to die in the first few months of life than infants who are breastfed. Diarrhoea and pneumonia are more common and more severe in children who are artificially fed, and are responsible for many of these deaths. Objectives of the study: 1. To determine the practice of breastfeeding technique among mothers of newborn as measured by structured observation checklist. 2. To evaluate the effectiveness of demonstration on the practice of breastfeeding technique among mothers of newborns. 3. To find out the association of post-test practice of breastfeeding technique score with selected demographic variables. Methods: An evaluative approach with one group pre-test post-test design was used for the study. Purposive sampling technique was used to draw 40 postnatal mothers as samples. The collected data was analyzed by using descriptive and inferential statistics. Conclusion: The findings of the study proved that the demonstration programme is an effective measure to improve the practice of postnatal mothers regarding breastfeeding technique. Education to the postnatal mothers by using any teaching method will help them to improve the practice of breastfeeding technique.
Adiposity, metabolic parameters and c-reactive protein in patients at cardiovascular risk published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Karina Quesada, Sandra Maria Barbalho, Ricardo José Tofano, Claudia Rucco Penteado Detregiachi, Marcelo Dib Bechara, Stephanny Gabriela Gomes Silva, Aniele Sanches Rodrigues and Ricardo de Alvares Goulart Background: Several studies have shown that C-reactive protein is positively associated with the body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference (WC), but the association of the concentration of C reactive protein with lipid and glycemic profile is still controversial. This study aimed to determine high-sensitive C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) concentrations in patients undergoing angiography and its correlation with BMI, WC and biochemical parameters. Ninety-seven patients attended the Unit of Cardiac Surgery and Hemodynamics located at University Hospital of the University of Marília (UNIMAR) participated in the study. Anthropometric (weight and height for calculation of BMI and WC) and biochemical parameters (hs-CRP, glycaemia, total cholesterol, LDL-c, HDL-c, and triglycerides) were collected. Pearson test was used to evaluate the correlation between the data and the significance level adopted was 5% ( p <0.05). The patients had a mean age of 55 ± 12.04 years, and 55.32% were men and 44.68% women. The mean values of hs-CRP were 0.40 ± 0.42 mg/dL. hs-CRP correlated positively with BMI (p < 0.008) and WC (p < 0.018) but not with other variables such as blood glucose ( p = 0.118), total cholesterol (p = 0.559), LDL-c (p = 0.8180, HDL-c (p = 0.417) and triglycerides (p = 0.590). Body composition, characterized by increased body adiposity according to BMI and WC were the main factors related to high concentrations of hs-CRP in the patients underwent coronary arteriography.
Cellulase Sources in the Eudrilid Earthworm, Eudrilus Eugeniae published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
1Aladesida, A.A., 2Owa, S.O., 1Dedeke, G.A., 3Osho, B.A. and 4Adewoyin, O.A. Earthworms have been known to breakdown leaf litter to release the nutrients laden in the leaves. Their ability to breakdown leaf litter implies that they have a source of cellulose. The present work looked at these sources to establish if they were exogenous or endogenous in origin. Earthworm samples of the species Eudriluseugeniaewere fed with tissue paper as cellulose source. The resulting faecal droppings were subjected to various carbohydrate tests to confirm the final products. Some of the worms were defaunated by treating with antibiotics to ensure the cellulose source was exogenous. Survival tests were also carried out on the faunated and defaunated earthworms. The results showed by Molisch's test the presence of carbohydrate in both fresh and egested tissue paper; while Benedict test and Barfoed's test indicate that the ingested tissue paper was digested to monosaccharide level. Seliwanoff's test also confirmed that the breakdown product was the monosaccharide fructose. Result of the survival test showed a significantly higher survival rate in the faunated than the defaunated earthworms. The results also showed that cellulose is of both exogenous and endogenous source to the earthworms. It is thus proposed that in plant litter treatments introduction of earthworms should be encouraged above merely introducing microbes as the gut of the worms is here shown to support microbial activity.
US Afghan Strategy: Policy Responses of China and Pakistan (2001-2017) published in

Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR)

Published by Humanity Publications
Mr Ijaz Khalid, Ms Bushra Qureshi , Dr Shazia Hassan This paper attempts to explore the level of variations in the pattern of foreign policies of Pakistan and China to US Afghan strategy. To investigate this question, the paper examines US strategy in Afghanistan. The current administration under Trump and announcement of China Pakistan Economic Corridor further complicated the US presence in Afghanistan. The study analyses the factors that are responsible for differences between Pakistani and Chinese stance. About the results, China's response was an outcome of their foreign policy principles, that is not to indulge in direct clash with the US and Western world. The interests of China in Afghanistan are linked to that of Pakistan, South and Central Asia. China does not want to wage unilateral talks with Taliban at the cost of Pakistan's interests. While on the other hand, post 9/11 2001, Pakistan could not resist the pressure of US policies in Afghanistan because it was heavily dependent on the US, economically, militarily, politically and diplomatically. The respective Political structure and culture; their foreign policy priorities, goals, and tradition; perception of threat and resulting priorities; political and economic dependence; location, policy options and decision-making and professional capabilities of decision making were jointly responsible for their differences.
The Challenge of Democracy in Indonesia: The Case of Salafi Movement published in

ISLAMIKA INDONESIANA

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Din Wahid In spite of strong support of the majority of Muslims in Indonesia to democratic system, there are small numbers of Muslim who reject the democratic system. To name a few, I can mention here some groups of Muslims who oppose the democracy, such as Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia (HTI), Majelis Mujahidin Indonesia (MMI) and Salafis. These groups maintain that democracy is against Islam, because Islam does not recognize democracy. Democracy as symbolized by the power of people contradicts the basic doctrine of Islam concerning the sovereignty. In Islam, they maintain, the power or sovereignty belongs to God only. This essential concept creates various consequences dealing with governance of the ruled. This paper discusses the views of Salafis in Indonesia on the democracy. Despite their resistance of democracy, the Salafis consider a ruler resulted from democracy is valid, and Muslims should obey him: they are not allowed to criticize him publicly, and are not allowed to rebel against him.

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