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ANALYSIS AND BIOTREATMENT OF TEXTILE EFFLUENT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Umamaheswari* And A. M. Padmanaban Economical and bio-friendly approaches are needed to remedy the wastewater from textile and other industries. Present study has adopted bacterial strain capable of decolourizing textile effluent within 12h, 24h and 48hours with the colour removal range of 55.26% to 86.84% respectively . The microbes function in an optimal condition obtained for decolourization of textile effluent pH, temperature and culture was maintained static and agitated conditions. Effective colour removal in textile effluent was achieved in 48 hours.
Small Intestine Perforation: A Case Report published in

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Mohammad Zarei, Amin Irandoost, Farzad Abdollahipoor, Majid Dastras Foreign bodies, accidentally ingested, mostly pass through the gastrointestinal tract without any consequences. We are presenting an interesting case of perforation caused by nasogastric with a 36 years old man. The patient was admitted with a primary diagnosis of RLQ pain and was taken to operating room for appendectomy but not was appendix turgid. In further investigations into the abdomen a jejunum perforation was found to have been caused by a foreign body. After extraction, it was determined as part of nasogastric tube. After he came round, was asked from him about it and he said: "He went into a coma from an accident 15 years ago. Oral gastric tube was placed in the hospital for him. Gained consciousness after the catheter was bitten and swallowed. During this time (15 years) sometimes had abdominal pain but he has not told anyone. The lack of history of ingestion and that of nasogastric tube detection preoperatively is considerable in differential diagnosis of acute abdomen, which in this case was treated surgically.
IMPLEMENTATION OF IMAGE RESOLUTION ENHANCEMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
J. Ravi * , K. Venkat Rao, N. Kishore Chandra Dev This paper represents an approach to implement image resolution enhancement i.e. Stationary wavelet decomposition and Discrete Wavelet Decomposition. An image resolution enhancement technique based on interpolation of the high frequency subband images obtained by input image and the Discrete Wavelet Transform. These two type of wavelet transforms are used in several type of applications in image processing.
DESIGN OF HIGH SPEED SUBTHRESHOLD INTERCONNECTS USING MCML TECHNIQUE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amruta S.Thorat*, R. S. Khule, Dr. S. D.Pable The recent trend in the VLSI industry toward miniature designs, low power consumption, and increased growth of portable applications compels researchers to design circuit having high speed. This is achieved by operating circuits under subthreshold condition and by designing interconnects using various techniques. This paper presents designing of Subthreshold interconnects using MCML technique which exhibits a decrease in delay in terms of designing of interconnects under subthreshold region as compared to CMOS techniques. Circuit is implemented in 32nm MOS technology using HSPICE. The results illustrates that total delay improvement is achieved by using proposed system which helps the circuit to operate at high speed and it also improves propogation delay and energy delay.
Women Empowerment through Entrepreneurship published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. HIMALINI DEVI The study deals with various aspects of empowerment of women in rural development in India. As women forming about half of the India’s population make a case for developing women empowerment in the country particularly in rural areas. They are, regarded as the better half of the society. In traditional societies, they were confirmed to the four walls of houses performing household activities. In modern societies, they have come out of the four walls to participate in all sorts of activities. The global evidences buttress that women have been performing exceedingly well in different spheres of activities like academics, politics, administration, social work and so on. As such, rural areas are ultimately marked by abject poverty and backwardness. In such situation, rural development by empowerment of women in the country. The study deals with various aspects of rural development such as entrepreneurship, agricultural development, social development, NGOs for the future development of rural people in the country. Therefore, while discussing on women empowerment and development, it seems in the fitness of the context to study about the empowerment of women in rural area in the country. The present study therefore, aims at discussing the growth and problems of women empowerment in rural India.
Specific And Generic Skills in Architectural Geometry Teaching: Review And New Developments published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Enrique Castano, Manuel de Miguel, Alberto Lastra The work is devoted to exhibit how teaching methodology and learning activities experience a deep change in architectural geometry teaching when considering specific and generic skills in the teaching-learning process. These skills are not limited to technical skills, but actually reflect the competences which are claimed in the world of work nowadays.
Images of the West in Urban Indonesia: Muslims Negotiating the Western Path to Modernity published in

International Journal of Nusantara Islam

Published by State Islamic University Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
Melanie V. Nertz Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism is unjustified. In fact, the political change after 1998 and the increasing influence of religion combined with an intensified process of globalization have led to socio-cultural vicissitudes inIndonesia beyond which we can only estimate what future patterns of orientation the population will have. Based on data from informal conversations, interviews and participant observation, it will be argued that, notwithstanding considerable variations, Muslim Indonesians uphold not solely negative but ambivalent images of the West and that in comparison with and opposition to the „Self? or „Own? the West is examined as one of many frames of reference by which modernity is negotiated and can be put into practice. Many interlocutors overcame the binary of East and West by envisioning that Indonesia could combine the advantages of both, the Own and the Foreign in order to step into a desirable future.
The Prevalence of Antituberculosis Multidrug Resistance in Yemen 2013 published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Doa’a Anwar Ibrahim, Al-Akhali A, Farouk A.Al-Qadasi Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria called Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. It primarily affects the lungs, but it can also affect organs in the central nervous system, lymphatic and the circulatory systems. An estimated 14 million people worldwide are infected with active tuberculosis (TB), which is a disease affecting mainly young adults. The vast majority of deaths from TB are in the developing world and TB is considered to be the second most contagious disease to cause fatalities in the world.The Incidence of tuberculosis (per 100,000 people) in Yemen was last reported 49 in 2010, according to a World Bank report published in 2012. Incidence of tuberculosis is the estimated number of new pulmonary, smear positive, and extra-pulmonary tuberculosis cases. The aim of this study to survey multidrug resistance tuberculosis (MDR TB) against four drugs used in Yemen (isoniazide, rifampicin, ethambutol and streptomycin) among new cases. Samples were collected from The National Tuberculosis Institute (NTI), Sana’a between Jan. and Sept. 2013. About 731 of 2226 of patients from different governances that referred to NTI were reported as Mycobacterium tuberculosis positive cultures.209 of 731 were showed mono or multidrug resistance, the others either negative or contaminated. 201 of 209 cultures were obtained from new cases and 8 previously treated. The prevalence of any resistance to four drugs was 63.7% (95 CI 58.1-71.3) among new cases compared with 25%(95CI 7.1-59.1) among previously treated cases. The prevalence of MDR TB was shown 41.3% (95 %CI 34.5-48.1) among new cases compared with 12.5% (95% 2.2-47.1). Conclusion: there is high prevalence of MDRTB developed worldwide in the last three yearsdeveloped between new cases. This estimates high prevalence problem not only in Yemen but around the world.
Investors’ Perception towards Risks and Returns on Investment on Shares - An Empirical Study in Coimbatore published in

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S. Muruganandam Dr.L.Ramesh It is obvious that all the company form of organizations has its own shareholders or investors. The perception of those shareholders varies from one to one and also time to time. Hence, an attempt has been made by the researcher through this present study with the intention of analyzing investors’ perception towards risks and returns on investment on shares in association with their portfolio constructions and the strategies of portfolio management.
Current approach to thyroid nodules: Review of “ATA 2015” and “AACE/ACE/AME 2016” guidelines published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Published by Mustafa Hasbahceci
Abdullah Şişik [1] , Fatih Başak [2] , Emin Köse [3] Thyroid nodules are detected in up to %50-60 of the healthy people in ultrasonic evaluations. Clinical importance of the thyroid nodules arises from their malign potential. There are guidelines from several different organizations to determine follow-up options and, if necessary, surgical treatment options for thyroid nodules. Among them, the guidelines created by ATA and AACE/ACE/AME are accepted in many centers of the world. This paper aims to present the current status of ultrasound and fine needle aspiration biopsy in thyroid nodules in the context of the literature according to the updated versions of these guidelines.
Geo-fence and Raspberry Pi based Child tracking System Using Smart Phones published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof. M.Loganathan Abstract Recently many cases of missing children between 14 and 17 years are reported and a higher possibility of the kidnappers. Our aim is to focus on these cases where the children are kidnapped. This tracking system includes a geo fencing campus, a child module and a parent module. The geo fencing campus is to find the location and to track the child movements. Once the child is out of the campus a message will be sent from the child module to the parent module which alerts the receiver. We have also introduced a sensor to detect the child emotions. And mostly concentrated on when the child cries. A microcontroller ATMEGA 162 is used with a Global system for mobile communication and Global positioning system module. This helps one to hack and find the child movements. KEYWORDS: Raspberry Pi, GPS, GSM module, child module, parent module.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHODS FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF LEVOCETIRIZINE DIHYDROCHLORIDE AND MONTELUKAST SODIUM IN TABLET DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Noha S. Rashed*, Ola M. Abdallah and Noha S. Said Four simple and accurate spectrophotometric methods have been described for the simultaneous determination of levocetirizine dihydrochloride and montelukast sodium in tablet dosage form. The first method is a bivariate calibration algorithm involving the use of two selected wavelengths 220 nm and 230 nm for the determination of studied drugs. The second method is a dual wavelength which is based on determination of levocetirizine dihydrochloride at the absorbance difference between 208 nm and 214.4 nm in which montelukast sodium absorbance difference was zero for any concentration, also montelukast sodium can be determined at absorbance difference between 355 and 390 nm in which levocetirizine dihydrochloride has absorbance zero for any concentration also. The third method is a derivative spectrophotometry, in which the two drugs were quantified using second derivative responses at 244 nm for levocetirizine dihydrochloride and at 293.2 or 335.6 nm for montelukast sodium. The fourth method is ratio difference which depends on measuring the peak amplitudes for levocetirizine dihydrochloride at 216 and 232 nm using 4 ?g mL-1 montelukast sodium as a divisor, while montelukast sodium can be measured at 296.4 and 344.2 nm using 4 ?g mL-1 of levocetirizine dihydrochloride as divisor. Beer’s law was obeyed in the concentration range 4–28 ?g mL-1 for both drugs in all methods. The developed methods were used to determine the studied drugs in bulk powder, laboratory prepared mixtures and pharmaceutical dosage form with good accuracy and precision. All methods were validated according to ICH guidelines and the results obtained were statistically compared to those obtained from a reference method and were found to be in good agreement.
Job Satisfaction of Employees of Match Works Industry published in

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Dr. A. Joseph Xavier, Mr. G. Paramaguru -
MANAGEMENT STYLES AND TEACHER MOBILITY IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KAKAMEGA CENTRAL SUB - COUNTY, KENYA published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Maiyo K. Julius, Siro Teresa , Cecilia K. Tecla High rates of teacher mobility in terms of transfers and job change remains a very critical develo pment in the education sector worldwide prompting various attempts to mitigate a possible crisis in the sector and in Kenya’s Western Province, teacher transfer requests have been notably high compared to the national average. The purpose of this study was to establish the link between school leadership and management styles and teacher mobility in primary schools in Kakamega Central sub - county and also to determine their roles in influencing the situation. Specifically the study aimed: to assess the school management styles; to examine how management styles affect teacher mobility; to determine how school management corresponds to the modes of teacher mobility . Studies done in this area have not expressly linked the management styles adopted in schools to t he growing problem of teacher mobility hence, necessitating investigation.
BARRIERS IDENTIFICATION FOR IMPLEMENTING COLD CHAIN MANAGEMENT: VEGETABLE EXPORT (YUNNAN-THAILAND) published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Hongxiu Lai, Woramol C. Watanabe The vegetable export trade between Yunnan and Thailand is a significant impetus to the economic development of Yunnan province in China. There is huge capital loss caused every year due to the existing post-harvest loss problem. An efficient Cold Chain Management (CCM) is a potential strategic tool for achieving reduction of post-harvest loss of vegetable. However, there are many barriers hindering its successful implementation. The identification of these barriers is required since it is the first critical step to address them. Therefore, this study aims to identify the barriers to implement CCM on exported vegetable from Yunnan to Thailand. Further, it attempts to identify the most influential barriers. To address the vagueness of human beings’ assessment, fuzzy set theory is incorporated with the proposed Decision Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory (DEMATEL) model. Through a thorough literature review and survey questionnaire with managers who come from 13 Yunnan vegetable export companies, 10 barriers have been identified. The result of this study reveals that “lack of government policy and regulatory support”, “high cost for installation and operation” and “lack of cold chain industry standard” are the most influential barriers. Keywords: Barriers, Cold Chain Management, Fuzzy DEMATEL, Vegetable Export, Yunnan-Thailand.
Anomalies by Birth in Urogenital System: Clinical Aspect published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Kaur Manpreet, Wazir Sangeeta, and Mahajan Anupama During routine dissection of 60 years old male cadaver in Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Amritsar, it was found that the left kidney showed multiple cysts with dilated ureter and right kidney showed an extra renal artery entering the kidney from the upper pole. Both these findings are present in an individual since birth and are most leading causes of renal failure, hypertension, hydronephrosis and even jeopardisation of renal transplants.
RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF CEFOPERAZONE AND TAZOBACTAM IN THEIR COMBINED DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Narender Kumar*, Prasanna Kumar Pradhan, Pratik Rajput , Brijesh Joshi and Umesh Upadhyay. A simple, rapid and precise reversed phase HPLC (RP-HPLC) method has been developed for simultaneous determination of Cefoperazone (CEF) and Tazobactam (TAZ) in bulk and combined dosage form. Chromatographic separation was carried out on ODS C-18(250 × 4.6mm, 5- ?m particle size) column using a mobile phase consisting of Phosphate Buffer (ph-4): Methanol (75:25) at a flow rate of 1.0 ml and with UV detection at 230 nm at column temperature (30º C) . The runtime under these chromatographic condition was 10 minutes. The method was linear over the range of 25-50 ?g/ml for CEF and 3.125- 9.37 ?g/ml for TAZ. The limit of detection (LOD) was 0.62 for CEF and 0.12 for TAZ respectively. The limit of quantitation (LOQ) was 1.87 for CEF and 0.38 for TAZ respectively. The purposed method was further applied to the determination of CEF and TAZ in marketed formulation with good percent recovery. The accuracy and precision of the method were validated on intraday and interday basis in accordance with ICH guidelines.
Analysis of Selected Performance Related Physical Fitness Components Among Guard Forward and Center Playing Positions of Basketball Players published in

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Dr. N. PREM KUMAR The purpose of the study was to analyse the selected performance related physical fitness components among different playing positions such as guard, forward and center playing positions of basketball players. To achieve this purpose, seventy women players were randomly selected as subjects. The age of the players were ranged from 18 to 25 years. Among the performance related physical fitness components, explosive power and speed were selected as criterion variables. The explosive power and speed were assessed by using vertical jump and 50 mts run tests respectively. The data was analysed by applying ANOVA. The level of significance was fixed at .05 level. Scheffe’s post-hoc test was employed were ‘F’ratio found significant. The results of the study stated that there was a significant difference among guard, forward and post players on explosive power and speed.
Meta Analysis: For Synthesizing Research’s 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 researcher’s 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.
Bisexual Variation in Anthropometric Measurements of Tribes of Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. K. Bharathi, M. NaniBabu, J. M. Naidu An attempt has been made to study the anthropometric measurements of four tribal groups that include anthropometrically measurable attributes and indices of the human body. A cross-sectional study of 1213 persons consisting of 607 males and 606 females belonging to the tribes namely Bagatha, Konda Dora, Konda Reddi, and Koya Dora situated in Vizianagaram district, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari and West Godavari districts respectively. The measurements such as stature, relative weight, muscularity, frame size, various weight/height indices, waist circumference have been used to quantify the physical activity and patterns of change among males and females individually as well as population groups. The tribes in principle vary in the mean values of all the somatometric measures of body weight, height vertex, biacrominal breath, bicristal breadth, waist circumference and hip circumference. The mean values of weight among men from tribes of Eastern Ghats shows that the Koya Dora men of current survey are the heaviest (52 kg), tallest (160.29cm), with broader shoulders (36.97 cm), and maximum hip circumference (85.54 cm). Various breadths of the body indicate thin physical frame of the tribes.
A comparative taxonomic study of nutlets of Stachys L. in Iraq published in

Baghdad Science Journal

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

European Mechanical Science

Published by DergiPark
Deniz Karaduman [1] , Durmuş Ali Bircan [2] , Ahmet Çetin [3] The methodology of Acoustic Emission (AE) for detecting and monitoring damages, cracks and leaks in different structures is widely used and has earned a reputation recently as one of the most reliable and well-established technique in Non-Destructive Testing (NDT). Besides evaluation of fracture behavior, crack propagation and fatigue detection in metals, composites, wood, fiberglass, ceramics and plastics; it can also be used for detecting faults and pressure leaks in pressure vessels, tanks and pipes. As a relatively “clean” form of energy, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is widely used for industrial applications and domestic heating. Periodic inspection of buried tanks used for LPG storage is complicated and limited because of their underground location. This situation prevents “conventional” NDT techniques from being used. So, AE testing which fulfills all safety requirements, is the most appropriate and cost-effective technique that can be used for periodic inspection and proof testing. In addition of a general presentation on the AE technology and its applications, this study provides comprehensive evaluation of AE testing techniques of underground LPG tanks during service in accordance with TS EN standards. Some epresentative results and data obtained from a performed AE test are also provided.
The Availability of Access Features in Children's Non-Fiction published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

Published by International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
Patricia R. Ladd This study analyzes the availability of access features in children's non-fiction as compared to their prevalence in adult non-fiction because such features are an important part of the research process increasingly demanded of younger and younger students in schools. Access features studied include: table of contents, index, bibliography, endnotes/footnotes, glossary, and suggestions for further reading list. This study found that children's non-fiction books were less likely to include bibliographies or endnotes, but more likely to include glossaries or suggested reading lists. Tables of contents and indexes were the two most popular access features in each section. Results are divided by Dewey Decimal Classification classes.
Usual Complication after Radiotherapy of Jaws for Carcinoma: Osteoradionecrosis published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Kartik Dholakia, Rahul Dhanak, Tushar Makwana. Background: Osteoradionecrosis (ORN) is the death of bone due to radiation. The bone dies because of damage to its blood vessels caused by the radiation. Radiation provides high cure rates, but has also called increasing attention to its side effects. Osteoradionecrosis (ORN) is one of the most severe and serious complications of head and neck cancer treatment. A new theory for the pathogenesis of ORN has proposed that damage to bone is caused by radiation-induced fibrosis. Here there is a case which was operated conservatively and after 8 months of follow up no recurrence was observed.
A Peek Into Rfid - Non Technical Perspective published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Anandaraj. P A lot of discussions on Radio frequency identification (RFID) system by Scientists, industrialists, government agencies are going on all around the world. It is said that RFID can be easily used in numerous tasks like managing supply chains, tracking livestock, preventing counterfeiting, controlling building access and supporting automated checkout., animal identification, DNA technologies and so on. A computer can identify objects, record data or control individual object through radio waves. A RFID reader is connected to a terminal of Internet. This enables the users to identify, track and monitor the objects globally, and automatically. Most surprisingly much can be done in real time. The people talking about Human Rights are seeing a red sign. They apprehend that the days are not far off to use this technology on human beings, violating the privacy. Hence, whether he understands the underlying technology or not, it has become necessary even for a common man at least to have some knowledge about RFID. This paper gives an introduction to RFID without delving into much of the technical aspects.
A study on quality of IT services obtained by IT enabled organizations of Ahmedabad & Baroda Zone published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mr. Bhavinkumar Saravaiya
Crimes in the insurance business as kind of insurance crimes: problems of detection and solution published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

Published by Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Borovskikh R.N. According to the subject of crime, crimes in the insurance sphere are classified into three groups: criminal encroachments of insurers, insured persons, beneficiaries, committed against the property interests of insurance companies; criminal encroachments of employees of insurance companies, insurance agents and other intermediaries in the insurance sphere, committed against both insurers and insurance companies; criminal encroachments of the chiefs and senior officials of insurance companies (these acts are called crimes in insurance business). Social danger of such crimes is determined by their high latency, highly organized nature of their commission, the scale of property damage caused to the clients of the insurance company, its employees and the state. One of the most serious crimes of this group is false insurance when under the cover (in a legal form) of insurancecontracts the insurance operations, the contents of which are tax evasion, legalization and export of capital abroad, cashing of funds and other crimes, are carried out. Difficulty in recognizing such crimes should be countered by means of criminalistic tools of their detection and suppression, including the use of sources of information on planned and committed crimes. These sources include statements of insurers, reports of insurance supervision bodies, the Federal Financial Monitoring Service and tax authorities, as well as the results of crime detection activities, reports of competitors and bodies of self-insurance, mass media reports. Law enforcement agencies should not start its work only when the crime is reported. It’s necessary to act from the positions of initiative, pragmatism, prevention.
Level of Aspiration Among Higher Secondary Students of Coimbatore District. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Senthilselvam, Dr. G. Subramonian. , An individual’s aspiration level represents not only as he/she is at any particular moment, but also as he/she would like to be at same problem in the future. The aspiration level of an individual’s is an important motivating factor which involves the feeling of failure or success. This article is intended to investigate the level of aspirations among Higher Secondary School Students of Coimbatore District. In this article, descriptive survey method by which 150 higher secondary students we taken from various schools in Coimbatore district were chosen. The simple random sampling technique was adopted for sampling. The results show that boys, students from urban area, joint family, Arts discipline NCC students and whose parents are having college level education have better level of aspiration. It is understood that level of aspiration is needed in order to develop the students which will influence their future life. So all efforts should be done from the school level itself.
Clustering Techniques Analysis for Microarray Data? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Shweta Srivastava, Nikita Joshi? Microarray data is gene expression data which consists of the protein level of various genes for some samples. It is a high dimensional data. High dimensionality is a curse for the analysis of gene expression data. Thus gene selection process is used in which most informative genes are selected from the pool of gene expression data set. All the genes are not relevant in each case. First we need to select those genes which are relevant as well as there should be least redundancy among them. For this purpose various approaches can be used such as: Filter methods, wrapper methods, embedded approach and clustering. In this paper embedded approach for gene selection and clustering method will be used for performing the sample clustering to refine the classification and will be compared with each other on the basis of various parameters.
Effect of Interest Diversification Strategies on Science Achievement In Secondary Level: an Analytical Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Amarnath Das, Nandini Banerjee The present study has intended to test the effectiveness of interest diversification strategies in science achievement in the present day school condition of West Bengal and also has tried to know if any method of teaching is more suitable than the traditional method and to find out whether there is any better approach to enhance the science achievement through any particular teaching method. The descriptive survey method was employed for the present study. A purposive sampling technique was used for selection of sample. The sample consisted of 100 secondary school students of six west bengal government aided secondary schools of Burdwan district. A Standardized questionnaire of teaching-learning system and lesson plan on the basis of Interest Diversification Strategies were used as tools for the study. The data was organized and statistically analysed by using Mean, SD, ‘t’ test. In course of this analysis it was found that there was a significant relationship between the interest diversification strategies and science achievement.
DESIGN AND INVITRO EVALUATION OF “NON ERODIBLE POLYMERIC MATRIX TABLETS OF ISONIAZID USING SINTERING TECHNIQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Raju. Manda, Virajaji Kaya, Bonagiri Sreedevi, Rachamalla Sai Santhosh and Dr.R.Suthakaran Tubercul osis rampant infectious disease is considered to be the foremost cause of death caused by Mycobacterium tuberculi. I soniazid (300 mg ) is a one of t h e m o s t important “first line” drug recommended by World Health Or ganization (WHO) for the treatment of tuberculosis. I soniazid and different proportions of additives were mixed. Tablets containing 300 mg equivalent to Isoniazid were compressed (surface lubricated with magnesium stearate) on sixteen punch tableting compression machine. From the invitro dissolution data, it can be conclude d that Eudragit RL 100 had retarding capacity of drug from being released. This retardant capacit y was more in E4 sintered at 4.5 hr as compa red to all other formulations and release kinet ics model follows Higuchi diffusion model. No statistically significant differences were observed the release profile of optimized formulation E4 sintered at 4.5 hr and also release kineti cs were unaltered lastl y no significant phy sical characterist ics were changed when stabilit y stud y was done for three months 40 0C ±20C at 75% RH & ±5%RH. From the above it was concluded that formulation E4 sintered at 4.5 hr was stable in short term stabilit y study .
DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FLOATING PULSATILE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM OF METOPROLOL SUCCINATE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Raja*, S. Vijaykumar, R. Anantha kumar and C. Benedict jose The present study deals with develop and evaluation a floating – pulsatile drug delivery system (FPDDS) of Metoprolol Succinate intended for chronopharmacotherapy of hypertension. The dry coated system consisting of drug containing core, coated with hydrophilic erodible polymer, which is responsible for a lag phase for pulsatile release, top cover buoyant layer, prepared with HPMC K4M and sodium bicarbonate, provides buoyancy to increase retention of the oral dosage form in the stomach. Metoprolol succinate is a cardio selective ?1-adrenergic blocking agent used for mild to moderate hypertension. Generally in hypertension, the risk of getting heart attacks is just before the walking hours of the patient i.e, early in the morning and therefore the need of antihypertensive is typically felt during morning hours. Hence, the main objective of present work to formulate FPDDS of Metoprolol succinate in ordered to achieve drug release after pre-determined lag phase. Developed formulations evaluated for their physical characteristics, drug content, in-vitro drug release studies, Floating behavior. Results showed that a certain lag time before drug release due to the erosion of the hydrophilic erodible polymer. The lag time clearly depends on the type and amount of hydrophilic polymer which was applied on the inner cores. Floating time and floating lag time was controlled by quantity and composition of buoyant layer.
Role of CSF analysis in the first episode of febrile seizure- A descriptive study published in

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Dr. Milind Suryawanshi, Dr. Sagar Sonawane, Dr. Pranay Gandhi OBJECTIVE-To find out the role of CSF analysis to rule out the meningitis and therefore to determine whether LP is necessary in children in the first episode of febrile seizure.MATERIAL AND METHODS-This study was carried out in the patients attending paediatric department of our hospital a tertiary care medical college,Nashik,india from Jul 2011 to Oct 2013. A total of 55 patients were studied.RESULTS-In a present study Simple febrile seizures were present in 34 (61.82%) children, complex febrile seizure in 4 (7.27%), meningitis in 17 (30.91%).Meningitis was present in 9 (42.86%) children in the age group of 6-12 months (0.042, S,p<0.05), the p-value was Significant in this age group. CONCLUSION- it was found that meningitis is a common presentation in the pediatric emergency department in children who come with apparent febrile seizure.
Effect of Demographic Factors on Selection of Type of Insurance Company in Haryana published in

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Suman Devi, Dr. Vazir Singh Nehra Health insurance can be broadly defined as financial mechanisms that exist to provide protection to individuals and households from the costs of health care incurred as a result of unexpected illness or injury. Mediclaim insurance policy is run by government owned general insurance companies and also with different name by other private insurance companies. It is one of the private voluntary health insurance schemes available in India currently. This scheme has been in operation since 1986 and from time to time a number of revisions have been carried out to address the needs of their clients. Present study is an effort to find the effects of demographic factors on selection of mediclaim policy of public and private insurance companies, so that it can help insurance companies to extend their market share.
Gender-Wise Analysis on Brain Dominance and Leadership Style of the High School Teachers published in

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Dr. A. S. Arul Lawrence The present study aims to examine whether there is any significant relationship between brain dominance and leadership style of high school teachers in terms of gender. In this survey study, two tools were used for collecting data, namely (i) Alert Scale of Cognitive Style which was developed and standardized by Loren D. Crane (1989) and (ii) Teachers’ Leadership Style Inventory by Arul Lawrence (2012). The investigator has selected 207 teachers who were taking classes for IX and X standard from different high schools in Tenkasi Educational District as sample with the help of stratified random sampling technique. For analyzing the data, Mean, Standard Deviation, ‘t’-test and Pearson's Product Moment Correlation were used. The findings show that (i) there is significant difference between male and female high school teachers in their Brain Dominance, (ii) there is no significant difference between male and female high school teachers in their Leadership Style, (iii) there is significant relationship between Brain Dominance and Leadership Style of male high school teachers in the autocratic and democratic dimensions. But, there is no significant relationship between Brain Dominance and Leadership Style of high school teachers in the laissez-faire dimension, and (iv) there is no significant relationship between Brain Dominance and Leadership Style of female high school teachers in the autocratic and laissez-faire dimensions. But, there is no significant relationship between Brain Dominance and Leadership Style of high school teachers in the democratic dimension.
Determanation of Several Biochemical Parameters in Sera of Iraqi Patients with type 2 Diabetes published in

Baghdad Science Journal

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

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Jessica Kopak Castro, Cláudio Luiz de Freitas & Flávio da Cruz Entre as ferramentas utilizadas para estimular o desenvolvimento sustentável no mercado, destaca-se a alternativa de implementação de políticas sustentáveis nas licitações feitas pelas Instituições Federais de Ensino Superior (IFES). Considerando essa implementação direcionada para as compras governamentais, este estudo tem por objetivo geral verificar o conhecimento das licitações sustentáveis nas IFES da região sul. Como específicos: verificar a utilização de critérios sustentáveis nos processos licitatórios das IFES; verificar a probabilidade da implantação das Licitações Sustentáveis nas IFES e detectar obstáculos para a implementação das Licitações Sustentáveis. Quanto à metodologia no que se refere aos objetivos ela é de natureza descritiva. Quanto aos procedimentos técnicos trata-se de um survey. No que se refere à abordagem do problema ela é quantitativa. A trajetória metodológica divide-se em três fases: revisão teórica onde são abordados os temas estudados, survey e discussão dos resultados. No final conclui-se que: Posicionando-se o governo no mercado como gerador de requisitos sustentáveis e fonte de modificações na cultura de produção, existem ainda obstáculos para a execução das políticas sustentáveis no mercado. O estudo mostrou que a indução de critérios sustentáveis para as licitações requer não apenas normas, mas capacitação dos administradores para que a adoção dos requisitos seja efetiva. Palavras-chave: Licitação sustentável; Contabilidade pública; Sustentabilidade.
Service Quality Dimensions of Corporate Retail Outlets on Customers With Special Reference to Coimbatore City – Factor Analysis published in

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V. Sridevi, Dr. M. Thyagarajan This study tries to find out the most influencing variables in the service quality dimensions of corporate retail outlets on customers in Coimbatore city. Questions pertaining to all the dimensions of service quality identified by Parasuraman, Zeithaml & Bitner are asked to the respondents. Total 750 respondents have been taken by applying convenience sampling method. Result of factor analysis shown that nine variables namely; play area for children, service materials, decoration of the outlet, care taking of customer's things/properties without any charges, more payment counters, display of the product, Attractive, clean & convenient physical facilities, comfortable layout and uninterrupted power supply have been lead to the service quality dimensions of corporate retail outlet customers.
A Study of Multiple Intelligence of X Class Students In Relation to Locality, Management and Annual Income published in

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Dr. B. Yella Reddy, Mr. V. Brahmaiah Intelligence can also be strengthened and how readily the improvement occurs depends upon the biology of the person’s brain and the teacher that the culture gave the person. The main objective of the present study is to study the influence of locality, management and annual income on the multiple intelligence of X class pupils. Multiple intelligence scale was developed by Gardner (1993) was adopted. A sample of 300 X class pupils representing all categories of schools is selected in YSR District of Andhra Pradesh by following the standardized procedures. ‘t’ – test and ANOVA (‘F’ – test) were employed for analysis of the data. Locality, management and annual income have significant influence on the multiple intelligence of X class students.
Crystallization of Amorphous Iron Nanoparticles by Means of Molecular Dynamics Simulation published in

International Journal of Nano Studies & Technology (IJNST)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Hoang HV Method of molecular dynamics (MD) simulation was applied to study the crystallization of the amorphous iron nanoparticles. The research sample is a sphere with a radius of 32.5Å under free boundary conditions. The mechanism of the crystallization occurred due to variation of structure and thermodynamic properties during the entire process. We've found that when the samples were heated to 900K and annealed through 3×106 ÷ 107 MD steps, the crystalline nucleation is formed and grew up; and it leads to a shift from amorphous to crystalline to form bcc structure. Crystalline form consists of two parts: a core with crystalline structure and a surface with amorphous structure. A detailed analysis reveals that the nucleation proceeds in a middle spherical layer. After that the crystal cluster grows firstly forward to the center of nanoparticle, and then it spreads to the surface. In the case when the sample is annealed at 300 K, we found small nuclei nearby the surface of nanoparticle. However, these nuclei cannot grow to a large size and the sample remains amorphous form for long annealing times.
Pattern of Orthopaedic Injuries Among Patients Attending the Emergency Department in a Tertiary Care Hospital – An Analytical Study published in

ACTA MEDICA INTERNATIONAL

Published by TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY
Najmul Huda1, Pankaj Gupta2, Ajay Pant3, Asif Iqbal4, M Julfi qar5, Mohd Zahid Khan6, Nitin Kumar Agrawal7 1Associate Professor, 2Senior Resident, 3Professor and Head, 4Assistant Professor, 5Assistant Professor, 6Senior Resident, 7Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College and Research Centre, Moradabad, U.P., India Introduction: Th is study was aimed at analyzing the pattern of Orthopaedic injuries among patients attending the Emergency department in a tertiary care hospital. Retrospective study was conducted in the Department of Orthopaedics, Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College & Research Centre. Methods: Th e record analysis of injured patients seen at the emergency department over a 12 months period from June 2012 to may 2013 was done. Th e data was analyzed with special reference tothepattern of Orthopaedic injuries. Results: A total of 1110 records of injured patients that attended the emergency department were analyzed. Study showed that themajority of victims were in the age group of 11-44 years (n=909, 81.89 percent). 71.09 percent (n=789) were males and 28.9 percent (n=321) were females. Road traffi c accident was the most common cause of injuries being responsible for 59.72 percent, (n=663) followed by fall from height (22.5 percent, n=247). Study revealed that the most common presentation of injuries was fracture (68.64 percent, n=762) and the most common site was lower limbs in 48.16 percent cases, (n=367). Next most common site was upper limbs (28.08 percent, n=214) followed by pelvic fracture (10.01 percent, n=77), spine fractures (8.26 percent, n=63), facial fracture (2.88 percent, n=22) & Ribs fracture (2.49 percent, n=19). Th ere were 71.65 percent cases (n=546) of simple fracture and 28.34 percent cases (n=216) ofthecompound fracture. Th ere were 3.87 percent cases (n=43), of various dislocations, shoulder dislocation being the most common. Crush injury was seen in 7.5 percent cases. Most commonly associated visceral injury wasthehead injury in 17.20 percent cases (n=191). Conclusion: Fractures were the most common pattern of Orthopaedic injuries, frequently associated with head injuries. Research in to appropriate strategies for prevention of injuries, especially RTA is required in tertiary care hospitals. Keywords: Fracture, Orthopaedic injuries, Road traffi c accidents
Isolation, Extraction and Purification of Hemicelluloses of Ceiba pentandra and Morus nigra published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
Yogesh Kumar Walia* and Dinesh Kumar Gupta** ABSTRACT: The hemicelluloses are the principle non-cellulosic polysaccharides present in wood. Hemicellulose and cellulose collectively make the holocellulose of the wood. Hemicelluloses are distinguished from cellulose by the property that they are soluble in dilute aqueous alkali and in boiling water. After separation from the other wood components these are hydrolysed by warm and dilute acids into simple pentose or hexose sugars. Xylan, araban, mannan and galactan, as the name imply; on hydrolysis each one gives xylose, arabinose, mannose and galactose respectively. A hemicellulose giving both galactose and arabinose is a galacto-araban. The hemicelluloses are completely soluble in dilute caustic alkalis. A cold or hot 5% solution of sodium hydroxide is usually employed for their extraction. Isolated hemicelluloses are also soluble in hot, saturated solution of sodium carbonate and pentosans are removed from wood pulp by heating it with magnesium sulphite in the presence of calcium or magnesium oxide. Keywords: Hemicellulose, holocellulose, hexose, pentose and wood pulp.
PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF EMBLICA OFFICINALS SEED EXTRACT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S.Anbuselvi* and Manas Jha Amla has been a valuable source of natural rejuvnative herb for maintaining human health. The preliminary phytochemical and antimicrobial activity of amla leaf and bark were analyzed by researchers and its efficacy of amla fruit is widely proved. The use of amla seeds for oil extaction, to find out the biologically active compound and check its antimicrobial activity. The crude extract of amla seed showed maximum zone of inhibition in antibacterial and antifungal activity against standard drugs.
Thermoelastic Surface Waves Propagation in Non-Homogeneous Viscoelastic Media of Higher Order published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Rajneesh Kakar*1 and Shikha Kakar2 The propagation of surface waves in a non-homogeneous, isotropic, thermo-viscoelastic medium of higher order including time rate of strain has been discussed in this study. The problem has been solved analytically using linear inhomogeneity and the exact solution of velocity equations has been obtained for Stoneley, Rayleigh and Love type surface wave. In fact, these equations are in agreement with the corresponding classical results when the medium is free from viscosity, temperature and inhomogeneity.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF POLYHERBAL FORMULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mahendra Prasad Jatav*, Deepak Kumar Jain and H.S.Chandel The aim of present study was to assess the anti-inflammatory activity of polyherbal formulation of leaves of Annona squamosa, Azadiracta indica and rhizome of Curcuma longa. The mature green leaves of Annona squamosa, Azadiracta indica and rhizome of Curcuma longa were collected and authenticated. Extractions of dried leaves and rhizome were carried out with ethanol in soxhlet apparatus. The polyherbal formulation showed the significant anti-inflammatory activity comparable to the standard drug Diclofenac sodium against carrageenan induced rat paw edema method. The polyherbal formulation reduced the inflammation induced by carrageenan by 49.3% and 61.73% on oral administration at 100 mg/ kg and 200 mg/kg respectively as compared to the control treated group.
A Study on Community Tourism in Kerala - Upcoming Potential Market published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
VINAY RAJ R Community tourism means considering the construction of tourist destinations from the angle of community, instructing the overall planning and arrangement of tourist districts with the mutuality theory of community, and improving the efficiency of tourist flow by optimizing the structure of tourist community in order to seek for the harmonious unification and optimization of the tourist destinations’ economic, environmental and social benefits. Community tourism has offered a new way to realize the sustainable development of tourism. Compared with the traditional tourism and eco-tourism, community tourism presents a more advanced idea of tourism exploitation. Traditional industries manufacturing such items as coir, handlooms, and handicrafts employ around one million people. Money makes the world go round, or so it is told. When you are offered with a business opportunity, it is astute to ask yourself a pair of vital questions before getting involved. Owing to that, you ought to get the technique to make a living, and for entrepreneurs they are always searching for an excellent business opportunity. When it comes to find out a potential market. No need to go any were but to look for God’s Own Country-Kerala
Green Marketing-an Exploratory Research on Consumers in Udaipur City published in

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Ms.Priyanka Sharma The term Green Marketing is the buzzword used in industry which is used to describe business activities which attempt to reduce the negative effect of the products/services offered by the company to make it environmentally friendly. The research study is on the green marketing specifically on consumers’ attitudes and purchase intention of eco-friendy products. The objective of this study is to determine the relationship between the socio demographic variables towards the consumers’ perception towards the green concept. Many studies have been done on the green marketing exploring the importance of the topic and relationship to the attitude and purchasing behavior of the consumers of eco-friendly products. Structured questionnaire was design as an instrument to gather information on green consumer perception and 100 submitted their responses to the questionnaire. Descriptive analysis and Chi-square is used to accomplish the objectives of this study. The result shows that selected socio-demographic variables such as education level, income, age and marital status significantly influence the consumers’ perception towards the green concept. The results also indicate that consumers’ opinion about going green is the best way to save the environment and make green products and green practices available in Udaipur.
Fishes of Gandhisagar Reservoir in Madhya Pradesh published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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

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Dr. Elroy Saldanha, Dr. Reshmina C. C. D Souza, Dr. Mohanchandra Suvarna, Dr. Tessa N Kaneria, Dr. Rithesh Joseph D Rsquo Cunha In today’s world, where minimally invasive and best treatment is the preferred choice imaging like Multidetector computed tomography can help the urologist as to whether a renal mass needs to be operated or not. So we intended to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of Multi- Detector Computed Tomography in staging of renal malignancy in comparison with surgical staging. METHODS: The data for study was collected from patients with clinically suspected renal mass and in patients with incidentally detected renal mass referred for imaging. A total of 65 patients were analyzed prospectively for a period of from august 2012 to June 2015 with Multi-Detector Computed Tomography imaging (MDCT). The diagnosis and findings were compared with intra-operative and/or histopathology findings. Descriptive statistical analysis was carried out in the study. Chi square test /Fisher Exact test were used to check the significance of association RESULTS: In our study of total of 65 cases, consisting of 38(58%) males and 27(42%) females age ranging from 5 to 83 years 43 (66%) were malignant and 22 (34%) were benign renal masses. Renal cell carcinoma (n=34) accounted for 52% of all renal masses. There was significant association in imaging helping to differentiate benign and malignant masses based on various imaging characteristics. CONCLUSION: Multi-detector computed tomography is an accurate and reliable investigation for detection and preoperative staging of renal cell carcinoma.
Barodontalgia : The Dental Distress – An Overview published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ipsita Maity, Dr. Preeti Goel Barodontalgia is the oral (dental or non-dental) pain due to changes in the barometric pressure by altitude variations. It is one of the important clinical entities which present with such overlapping signs and symptoms, that in normal clinical setup the pain due to barodontalgia goes unnoticed. Barodontalgia is characterized by exposure to a pressure gradient, such as that experienced by underwater divers, aviation personnel and air travellers. Contemporary classification, prevalence, incidence, features, etiology, and diagnosis of this entity are presented related to flight and diving conditions.This form of dental pain is generally marked by a predisposing dental pathology such as acute or chronic periapical infection, caries, deep or failing restorations, residual dental cysts, sinusitis or a history of recent surgery. The key to avoid barodontalgia is good oral health. Clinicians must pay close attention to areas of dentin exposure, caries, fractured cusps, the integrity of restorations and periapical pathology in those at risk.This review article provides the information concerning the etiology, pathogenesis and manifestations of barodontalgia, as well as important clinical considerations for its management.
THE ECONOMIC AND ACCOUNTING APPROACH TO SERVICES published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Ina MALECA, Viorica FULGA Taking into account the current conditions of the national economic development, the economic sector of provided services represents a real/actual concern, both from the economic and accounting point of view. This sector and the accounting item-service are determined by a rare occurrence in researching by accounting professionals. This paper analyzes the economic and accounting approach regarding the services in order to be able to identify the actual problems and to present some solutions for improving the regulatory accounting framework. The issues of increased concern are: inadequate legislative regulation of the service sector and the need for amending legislation regarding the synthetic and analytical accounting records. The study covers the following issues: definition of services as accounting element approach and the working methodology for calculating the cost of services offered to individuals and companies, the definition of the services price, analysis of new accounting regulations for services according to international provisions. Information, as subject of investigation using the analysis, synthesis, grouping data, the conceptual comparison methods, provides a valuable presentation of services sector under the accounting approach.
Studies on Mechanical Properties of Bamboo Mat Board published in

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S.P.KURHEKAR, A.D.RANE, P.R.KOLHE Bamboo mat board (BMB) is a plywood-like wooden board made from layers of woven bamboo mats that have been pressed together. It can be produced in a range of standard sizes. Three varieties of bamboo viz. Dedrocalamus ritchy (Manga), Dendrocalamus stocksii (Mes) and Dendrocalamus strictus (Manvel) were used to prepare bamboo mat boards. Mats were weaved manually and urea formaldehyde (resin) was used as glue to prepare bamboo mat boards. Boards were trimmed to a size of 0.60 m X 0.60 m Board of 9 mm, 12mm and 16mm thickness. Bamboo mat board prepared from Dendrocalamus stocksii (Mes) was superior in strength as compare to bamboo mat board prepare from other varieties of bamboo. With the increase in thickness, tensile strength, compresv
Importance of Virtual Reality in Current World? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ajit V Pandya, Dhigesh Joshi, Sheban Vora and Ajay Vishwakarma Sugar/Carbohydrate is widely present in all the living substances hence it is called the “staff of life”. It is present as a storage form in all the fruits, vegetables in its various forms and quantities. It was determined through a series of experiments performed on a selected sample of cow milk as the research material and the results revealed that it contained mainly one sugar: Lactose. The lactose gives milk its sweet taste and contributes approximately 40% of whole cow's milk's calories. Lactose is a disaccharide composite of two simple sugars, glucose and galactose. The quantity of sugar was estimated to the value of 4.7 gm in 100gm of milk. The values obtained are within the range. Milk contains Lactose, Casein protein, fat and fat soluble vitamins. Under certain conditions, the sugar content of the milk may vary such as degree of freshness and contamination of milk, type of animal from which the milk is obtained, time of milching the cow or any other animal and the methods used during milching It is recommended to consume milk regularly and in large quantities in order to fulfill the nutritional requirements of the body.
TEACHERS EDUCATION IN INDIA: INCLUSION OF ICT IN TEACHERS EDUCATION published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Ms. Paramjit Kaur As we very well know that an educational institution holds an important position in forming the future of its students, we cannot forget the importance of the most vital organ of the educational body, a teacher. Teacher training is essential in modern ways so as to impart relevant and genuine education to the pupils. The world is changing at a very high pace and in order to make the students aware of today's technological advancements it is necessary for the teacher to understand the present paradigm and implement new ways of teaching. Hence the author asserts that teacher education system must be empowered by ICT-driven infrastructure to ensure academic excellence.
Exploring an Innovation Project as a Source of Change in Organization Design published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Jacob Brix, Lois S. Peters This study builds new empirically based theory on how the processing of an innovation project with a high degree of uncertainty induces change in key components in organization design. By using an embedded case study as our research strategy and organization design theory as our analytical lens, we construct ten propositions that determine how the organization design of our case organization was influenced because of their innovation project. These changes represent: a) improved competencies for exploration activities, b) improved competencies for exploiting new knowledge, and c) increased readiness for change.
Nitrogen management using Leaf Color chart (LCC) and nitrogen level in Kharif rice published in

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S.B. Satpute, T. Das, D.T. Surje, S. K. Maity Experiment on rice (cv. MTU 7029) was conducted at the Institute of Agriculture, Visva-Bharati during rainy season of 2009. The experiment consisted of treatments such as fifteen factorial combinations of four LCC values (3, 4 and 5) and five N rates at each time of application (10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 kg N ha-1) and ). The treatments also included one blanket split application of N and one control. The grain yield at LCC 5 was 46.2% and 19.9% more respectively over grain yield at LCC 3 and LCC 4, whereas grain yield at LCC 4 was 22.0% more over grain yield at LCC 3. Straw yield also increase gradually with higher LCC values. Grain yields at all the higher level of N application each time i.e. 15, 20, 25 and 30 kg N ha-1 were comparable with each other and significantly higher than grain yield recorded at 10 kg N ha-1. application of N at the rate of 15 or 20 kg N ha-1 each at LCC value 5 receiving 143 and 153 kg N ha-1 respectively recorded 16.5% and 18.3% increased grain yields. The higher values of LCC-N application both agronomic efficiency and physiological efficiency were improved
REVIEW OF VOLTAGE MANAGEMENT IN LOCAL POWER GENERATION NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rinku Kumar1 , Akanksha Aggarwal11 , Rajender Kumar Beniwal*1 , Sumit Saini1 , Ram Paul2 , Sunita Saini3 Electric energy consumption shows the living standard of people of any country. In country like India, there are many places where no electricity is available. A huge population live without access to electricity, possibly the reason may be the location, non-feasibility of the grid connection or due to any political issue. Microgrid/distributed generations (DGs) are big alternative of the utility supply to provide electricity for such regions. If renewable resources of energy are used to generate electricity, it will offer great operating flexibility in such situations. The DGs can operate in grid connected as well as isolated mode from the existing utility grid. Voltage and power management are the main technical challenges in renewable based generation. When generated power depends mainly upon the renewable resources, frequency and voltage variations become more frequent. This draws the attention of the researchers to develop control strategies to establish smooth voltage profile and power sharing among the different units participating in the generation. The control strategies are employed at different level in the microgrid control architecture to control voltage and frequency errors within acceptable limits. The voltage and frequency deviations reflect the necessity of reactive power and active power balance respectively. This paper presents a literature review of various frequency and power sharing control strategies implemented in the microgrid
Erken On Be?inci As?r Osmanl? Balkanlar’?nda T?mar Sistemi’nin Tatbikinde Co?rafi Ko?ullar?n Tesiri published in

ADAM Academy Journal of Social Sciences

Published by Ankara Dusunce ve Arastirma Merkezi
U?ur Altu? Osmanl? devletinin temel kurumlar?ndan olan t?mar sisteminin bir bölgede tatbik edilmesi, o bölgenin Osmanl?lar taraf?ndan fethi sürecinin son safhas?n? te?kil ederdi. Tesis edilen t?mar sistemi ile birlikte bölgede Osmanl? hâkimiyeti kesin olarak ba?lard?. Söz konusu bölgenin topraklar? t?mar ordusu mensuplar?na ve Osmanl? idarecilerine t?mar olarak tevcih edilir ve bu unsurlar bölgede sultan?n otoritesini temsil ederek Osmanl? idaresini sa?larlard?. Kurulu? devrinde Balkan co?rafyas?n?n fethi ve Osmanl? idaresinin bu bölgede kurulmas? çabas? Osmanl?lar için hayati bir meseleydi. Fetihlerin hemen akabinde bölge topraklar? sipahilere ve Osmanl? idarecilerine t?mar olarak da??t?lm??t?r. Bu t?marlar?n kay?tlar?n? içeren mevcut en eski tahrir defterleri, bu süreçte Osmanl? idaresinin bölgenin siyasi ve fiziki co?rafi ko?ullar?n? tahlil ederek, bölgenin karakterine ve co?rafi ?artlar?na ve özelliklerine göre t?mar sistemini tatbik ettiklerini göstermektedir. ?lk devirlerde Balkanlarda kurulan Osmanl? idaresini temsil eden t?mar sisteminin tüm detaylar? bu tahrir defterlerinde görülebilmektedir. Erken devir Osmanl? tahrir defterlerindeki kay?tlar, Osmanl?lar?n Balkanlarda kurdu?u t?mar sisteminin co?rafi ko?ullarla iç içe geçmi? oldu?unu ve co?rafi faktörlerin bölgede kurulan Osmanl? idaresinin karakterini belirleyen mühim unsurlardan oldu?unu göstermektedir. Balkanlarda Osmanl? hâkimiyetinin iyi anla??labilmesi için, co?rafi ko?ullar ve Osmanl?lar?n bu co?rafyada tatbik ettikleri t?mar sisteminin esasl? bir biçimde incelenmesi gerekmektedir. Böylece Osmanl?lar?n Balkanlar? fethederken ve burada Osmanl? idaresini tesis ederken izlemi? olduklar? askeri stratejiler, siyasi ve idari politikalar ve bunlar?n co?rafi faktörler ile olan ahengi, bölgede tutunabilme ko?ullar?n? daha anla??labilir k?lacakt?r. Anahtar Kelimeler: T?mar Sistemi, Co?rafya, Balkanlar, Co?rafi Strateji, Tahrir Defteri, Osmanl? ?mparatorlu?u.
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND TEACHERS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Baishakhi Bhattacharjee Education is a constructive process. It is a life - long process that starts from birth and continues till death. According to Dewey Education is the development if all those capacities in the individual which will enable him to control his environment and fulfill his responsibilities. Education is a bipolar process.A school is a miniature society. In educational process teacher plays a vital role. It is found from the research that teacher plays a vital role in the students' educational outcomes (Anderson, 2004).Today's world is becoming more andmore faster and competitive. Teachers are becoming one of the vital components of teaching learning process. Teachers are the builders of future citizen of the nation.A teacher is responsible for the whole development of the student. Teachers have to face different situation in the classroom. In such case they not only manage their own emotions but also control the situation of the class. A person who knows and manage his own feelings well and who deals effectively other people feelings- that is emotional intelligence. The only way to manage emotions is emotional intelligence. Therefore, emotional intelligence, of teachers is very important. So this study describes about the importance of emotional intelligence for teachers to become successful in teaching.
CLOUD - CONSTRUCTED COMBINATION COMFORTABLE SECURITY SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
L.Naga Krishna * , D.Hema Latha Distribution of copyrighted multimedia objects by way of uploading people to online hosting sites can effect in primary inadequate revenues for content designers. Systems needed to discover clones of multimedia objects are hard and important. We advise a manuscript the idea of important multimedia content protec tion systems. We concentrate on the method of safeguarding multimedia content, that's content - based copy recognition by which signatures are removed original objects. Our physiques for multimedia content protection finds out unlawfully made copies of mult imedia objects on the web. Our design attains fast employment of content protection systems, because it is according to cloud infrastructures that provide computing hardware additionally to software sources. It's two new components like an approach to gene rate signatures of three - dimensional and distributed matching engine for multimedia objects
SOBRE UM ENTENDIMENTO IRRACIONAL published in

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Márcio Francisco Rodrigues Filho Present here that Schopenhauer understands nature as a concept built by man, abstract and conceptual: a word. Schopenhauer reformulated transcendental idealism of Kant to the concepts of understanding did not make reference to sensitivity, because animals have experience of the phenomenal world, contrary to what Kant's theory leads us to believe. After all, in Kant, animals would have to deal with concepts to represent objects, which Schopenhauer denies. In Schopenhauer's theory our perceptions do not need the categories of understanding (concepts, language) to draw the object of possible experience and become representation. The Kantian understanding will be shown as a hybrid object: through representation, middle thing-in-itself, as Kant mixed thinking and intuition, making the experience and the dependent objective world of understanding (conceptual). But for Schopenhauer the individual object, perceptions are independent of abstract thought. The thought engages with concepts and abstract what is common objects, causing them. But the understanding is irrational, intuitive and perceptive.
Utilization of coarse grains for formulation of value added snacks published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHILPEE GUPTA AND VIRGINIA PAUL The present study was carried out with the objectives to prepare Pua by incorporating bajra flour and soy flour, to assess the acceptability of developed product and to find the nutritive value as well as analyze elements by LIBS. The bajra flour, wheat flour and soy flour were mixed in the ratio of 10:80:10 (T1), 20:70:10 (T2), 30:60:10 (T2) and 100 per cent wheat flour (control). Sensory analysis indicated that value added snacks were liked very much by the panelists. Nutrient analysis indicated that highest moisture and ash content was found in Thalipeeth. Protein content is similar in almost all four products showing highest in Gatta while highest carbohydrate, iron, calcium content and energy was found in Laddo followed by Pua, Gatta and Thalipeeth, respectively because of addition of jaggery as an ingredient in Laddo. Finally, fat content was maximum for Laddo and Pua followed by Thalipeeth and Gatta. This may be due to addition of Ghee in Laddo and deep frying of Pua. Elements detected from LIBS spectra for the developed products were carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, iron, sodium, and magnesium. Therefore, it can be concluded that bajra flour in combination with wheat flour and soy flour can be successfully incorporated for the development of nutritious products
GRAIN THROWER NORMALIZER published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Seysen Zaurbekovich Kazakbayev;Nurlan Syrymbayevich Karymsakov;Murat Musabekovich Bekmuratov Primary processing of grain is one of the most important technological operations,which determines the grain safety. Unlike the existing treatment technologies based on the use of a large set of bulky, power-hungry and expensive grain cleaning machines and standard grain on the proposed technology, the process of processing of grain, consists of three technological operations:clean-normalization of grain heap of small and light impurities - chaff, straw, dust and other light impurities, with the simultaneous drying of the surface grain and its disinfection.
INPATIENT DRUG RELATED PROBLEMS AND PHARMACIST INTERVENTION AT A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL IN SOUTH INDIA-A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Mounica. Bollu*, Nalluri. Kranthi Koushik, Muddana. Nagalohith, Guduru.Venkata Sudheer, Nallani. Venkataramarao. BACKGROUND: Now-a-days drug related problems were seen very commonly within the health care practice. These could result in the medication errors,adverse events,drug interactions and harm to patients. Pharmacist has an identified role in minimizing and preventing such type of problems. OBJECTIVES: To detect the incidence of drug related problems for the hospitalized patient, and to analyze the clinical pharmacist interventions performed during the review of prescription orders of the general medicine, psychiatry, surgery, pediatrics, gynaecology units of a large tertiary care teaching hospital. METHODS: It was a retrospective, observational and interventional study .The analysis took place daily with the following parameters: dose,rate of administration, presentation and/or dosage form, presence of inappropriate/unnecessary drugs, necessity of additional medication, more proper alternative therapies, presence of relevant drug interactions, inconsistencies in prescription orders, physical-chemical incompatibilities/solution stability. From this evaluation, the drug therapy problems were classified, as well as the resulting clinical interventions. For a period starting November 2012 until December 2014, the inpatient medication charts and orders were identified and rectified by ward and practicing clinical pharmacists within the inpatient pharmacy services in a tertiary care teaching hospital on routine daily activities.Data was collected and evaluated. The causes of this problem were identified. RESULTS: A total of 360 patients were followed .Male (71.66%) predominance was noted over females (28.33%). Drug related problems were more commonly seen in patients aged in between 31-60. Most of the DRP observed in the study resulted from the dispensing errors(26.11%),improper drug selection (17.22%),followed by untreated indications (14.4%) Majority of the clinical pharmacist recommendations were on need for proper dispensing(26.11%), and drug change (18.05%). Minor significance of DRPs were noted high (41.11 %), whereas (35.27 %) were moderate and (23.61 %) were major. The acceptance rate of intervening clinical pharmacist recommendation and change in drug therapy was found to be high (86.66%). CONCLUSION: Our study showed that the prescriptions reviewed had some drug therapy problem and the pharmacist interventions have promoted positive changes needed in the prescriptions. In this context, routine participation of clinical pharmacists in clinical medical rounds facilitates the identification of DRPs and may prevent their occurrence.
EXPANDED ROLES OF COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS IN SUDAN: CONSUMERS’ NEEDS AND PERCEPTIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Adil Abd Elrahman Mahmoud1, Abdulazim Ahmed Ali2, Sumia Sir-Elkhatim Mohamed3 Background: Consumers’ views about the current and new services to be provided to them by community pharmacists are essential in improving the type of care given. Objectives: To investigate consumers’ relationship with community pharmacists and their views about new services. Settings: Community pharmacies in Khartoum State. Method: A structured, self-administered, piloted questionnaire was distributed to two consumers visiting each 274 randomly chosen pharmacies. Results: Response rate was 50 % (274/548). 54.6% of consumers visited community pharmacy more than once in a month but do not always use the same pharmacy . Selection of the community pharmacy was based on: provision of good advice (86.8%), availability of medicines (85.2%) and willingness to talk to consumers (71.1%). Most of the respondents visited community pharmacy for purchasing prescription medicines (84.3%) and non-prescription medicines (70.9%). Community pharmacist was cited as the second preference (22.3%), after the doctor (72.6%), for advice in health problems. The majority of the respondents considered the pharmacist a health professional, contacted the pharmacist for advice in health conditions during the last 12 months, find it easy to approach the pharmacist. About half of respondents will seek advice of the pharmacist in drug misuse. Only a few respondents consult the pharmacist in smoking cessation,contraception,weight/healthy diet and disease prevention. Most of the respondents received an acceptable advice and counseling from the pharmacist, with less use of written materials, and they showed a positive attitudes towards application of pharmaceutical care. Consumers’ priorities for new services were: medication review , screening for blood pressure, consultation room and blood glucose testing. Drug related problems reported were related to high medicines expenses and medication adherence. Conclusion: Sudanese community pharmacy’ consumers appreciated the current role of the community pharmacists ; but they were looking for further new expanded services.
Scale specific volatility and co-movement behaviour of Asian and US stock markets: Is this time different? published in

Journal of Economic and Financial Modelling (JEFM)

Published by Aves Publishers
Aviral Kumar Tiwari, Arif Billah Dar, Niyati Bhanja This paper analyzes the volatility and co-movement behaviour of stock returns among selected Asian stock markets and their co-movement with the US stock market during the recent sub-prime crisis period together with pre- and post-crisis periods. Using the methodology of wavelets, we demonstrate that stock markets of all these countries have become more volatile during the crisis period. However, this increase in volatility during the crisis period has no significant impact on the co-movement of stock returns. It is also found that the co-movement among the Asian stock markets and their co-movement with the US stock market is stronger at lower frequencies (longer horizons), implying greater benefits of diversification from Asian stock markets in the short run relative to the long run. The Chinese and the US stock market co-movement in particular are relatively lower than that of all Asian stock markets, reflecting higher diversification opportunities between these markets.
Value Oriented Education: A Conceptual Focus published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mrs. Vipinder Nagra Increasing cut throat competition all over the globe has created an environment that is characterized with disharmony, unrest, violence, intolerance and apathy. This is leading to continuous erosion of values. The reason to this value crisis is our modern system of education which although inculcates a lot of knowledge, ability and all types of efficiency but fails to develop values like compassion, respect for others, truth, humility, simplicity, honesty, freedom, forgiveness, care, tolerance, patience, happiness, cooperation, peace and love amongst the students. The role of teacher becomes more pertinent in inculcating the values in the children. But ultimately the ideas will work out only if one who has to educate others for values-be it a teacher educator, teacher, mother, father, or anybody else- has to first of all manifest those values within oneself.
Education Level and Environmental Hygiene: A Correlative Study in Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup District, Assam published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Chumi Kalita, Prof. Sarbeswarkalita In the present study, an attempt has been made to focus on some aspects of environmental hygienic condition linking to the education level of the people of Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup district, Assam.Education level influences the environmental hygiene which then directly or indirectly influences health condition within the different communities inhabiting in the selected zones of the study area.A correlative investigation on educational level and some hygienic parameters has been incorporated in this study that reflects that thehygienic status is not very conducive to health in the study area.Results of the present study reveal the fact that the environmental hygienic status of people with the higher education level is satisfactory in comparison to the people with lowest educational standard.
Biochemical Studies on Serum Adeponectin Level as Predictor to Interferon Alpha Therapy in Egyptian Chronic Hepatitis C Patients. published in

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Mohamed S. Elghareeb, Gamil M. Abd-Allah, Lamis G.Ashour Aim of study: To investigate serum level of Adeponectin compared with response of interferon (IFN)treatment; in three stages among Egyptian patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection. Subjects and Methods: This study was performed on 30 subjects admitted to endemic diseases unit of the Cairo Fatimic Hospital (CFH), from which 20 patients suffering from chronic hepatitis C and 10 healthy volunteers as normal control group. Levels of Adeponectin, AST, ALT, Total Bilirubin, Creatinine, HCV RNA and CBC were determined in sera and blood samples of individuals at the time of admission (before beginning of treatment), four weeks and twelve weeks later (after beginning of treatment). Adeponectin was determined using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) method. AST, ALT, T.Bilirubin and Creatinine were determined spectophotometrically and HCV RNA was determined by polymerase chain reaction assay (PCR) method. Results: Adeponectin's serum level at three stages of treatment were high by significant in week zero (P=0.0053) and decreased significantly in both week four (P=0.0001) and week twelve (P=0.0375), while serum level of the following parameters AST, ALT, Total Bilirubin and Creatinine showed a gradual decrease with treatment time (P >0.1). Regarding three groups of treatment, serum HCV RNA show significance of difference between three samples (P 0.08 in W0, 0.2 in W4 and > 0.1 in W12). Conclusions: This study concluded that, HCV may directly affect adiponectin. This is further supported by the significant increase in adiponectin at the end of treatment. Serum adiponectin at baseline appears to be an independent predictor of liver steatosis and for the achievement of the end of treatment virological response
Identity Management System to Ensure Cloud Security? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Miss. Priyanka S. Rathod, Prof. Mr. R.R. Keole? Cloud computing can provide infinite computing resources on demand due to its high scalability in nature, which eliminates the needs for Cloud service providers to plan far ahead on hardware provisioning. Security is the biggest challenge to promote cloud computing currently. Trust has proved to be one of the most important and effective alternative means to construct security in distributed systems. Multi located data storage and services in the Cloud make privacy issues even worse. In order to efficiently and safely construct entities trust relationship in cloud and cross-clouds environment, identity management services are crucial in cloud computing infrastructures to authenticate users and to support flexible access control to services, based on user identity properties (also called attributes) and past interaction histories . Such services should preserve the privacy of users, while at the same time enhancing interoperability across multiple domains and simplifying management of identity verification.
RESEARCH ON FOULING MECHANISM AND CLEANING TECHNOLOGY OF SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Su Yan, Zhengyu Cao, Meirong Lian, Yingfan Liu, Jinhui Zhu* Fouling in shell and tube heat exchangers can result in low heat transfer efficiency due to the increase of heat resistance, large pump energy consumption from the high pressure drop in the shell side or tube side. This paper summarizes the fouling mechanism and cleaning technology of shell and tube heat exchanger. Fouling can be affected by fluid velocity, fluid composition, fluid flow state, and the structure of the shell and tube. Fouling can be reduced by using surface and fluid treatments, and removed by cleaning technologies, including high pressure water jet, mechanical and chemical approaches. Design of shell and tube heat exchanger can be improved to avoid fouling by adjusting the shell and tube structure, arranging the fluid flow sides, controlling the fluid velocity, and changing the temperature distribution of the shell and tube.
SOLID LIPID NANOPARTICLES: RECENT ADVANCES IN NOVEL DRUG CARRIER SYSTEMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ram Chandra Jat1*, Kanika Arora2, Nidhi Anuragi2, Rakhi Kaushal2, Dr. Vinay Jain2 Solid lipid nanoparticles (SLN) have emerged as a next-generation drug delivery system with potential applications in pharmaceutical field, cosmetics, research, clinical medicine and other allied sciences. The present review focuses on the utility of SLN in terms of their advantages, production methodology, characterization and applications. Solid lipid Nanoparticles were developed in early 1990s as an alternative to other traditional colloidal carriers like liposome’s, polymeric Nanoparticles and emulsions as they have advantages like controlled drug release and targeted drug delivery with increased stability. SLNs are rapidly developing nanotechnology with several applications in drug delivery system, clinical medicine and other science. The ability of SLNs to incorporate drug into nanocarrier that offer new type in drug delivery system. Therefore SLNs is reaching the goal of controlled and site specific drug delivery system.
Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Estuarine Water from Sindhudurg District of Maharashtra published in

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Surekha N. Dhumal, Anjali B. Sabale Analysis of the physico-chemical parameters of five estuaries from Sindhudurg district was carried out during the post monsoon season (December, 2012), with respect to temperature, EC, pH, DO, alkalinity, hardness, salinity, TDS, nitrate and phosphate content. During the study period dissolved oxygen and nutrients content was high at different estuaries. Pigment concentration did not exhibit much variation among selected water bodies. Physico-chemical status of the coastal waters under investigation was found normal.
Host Specialization And Egg Production in Drosophila Kikkawai Populations published in

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Manvender Singh Both developmental nutrition and adult nutrition affect life-history traits; how-ever, little is known about whether the effect of developmental nutrition depends on the adult environment experienced. We used the fruit fly to determine whether life-history traits, particularly fecundity, are affected by developmental nutrition, and whether this depends on the extent to which the adult environment allows females to realize their full reproductive potential. We raised flies on two different developmental food levels normal (corn-meal) and potato food. In the present study, it was found that fecundity was higher than the flies which were reared at usual corn-meal sugar food at two growth temperatures.
Determination of Advanced Oxidation Protein Products, E3 SUMO-Protein Ligase NSE2[NSMCE2], as a Marker to Predict Child Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Alaa Shawqi Abdulbari* Wesen Adil Mehdi* Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow (spongy tissue in the center of bone). In ALL, too many bone marrow stem cells develop into a type of white blood cell called lymphocytes. These abnormal lymphocytes are not able to fight infection very well. The aim of this study was to investigate possible links between E3 SUMO-Protein Ligase NSE2 [NSMCE2] and increase DNA damage in the childhood patients with Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Laboratory investigations including hemoglobin(Hb) ,white blood cell (WBC) , serum total protein , albumin ,globulin , in addition to serum total antioxidant activity (TAA) , Advanced oxidation protein products(AOPP) and E3 SUMO-Protein Ligase NSE2[NSMCE2]. Blood samples were collected from 60 patients diagnosed to Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) after one month treatment with induction therapy. Age and sex matched 30 healthy persons selected as control. serum total protein , albumin and globulin showed A significant decrease in patients group when compared to control group( P<0.01,P<0.05and P <0.05)respectively, total antioxidant activity (TAA) showed A significant decrease in patients group when compared to control group( P<0.001), while AOPP,NSMCE2 , showed a significant increase in patients group in comparison to control group ( P<0.001).Conclusions: The results from this study showed a significant increase in NSMCE2, AOPP, NSMCE2 /TAA ratio ,NSMCE2/S. protein ratio and AOPP/ S.Protein ratio. These results in the present study are shown for the first time to the best of our knowledge. These parameters may play a role in developments of change DNA damage in the childhood patients with Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)
A Secure Routing Protocol for Wireless Adhoc Network Creation published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Rajashekharagouda Patil, Shreedharamurthy S K? Ad-hoc wireless network is an infrastructure-less network, i.e. there is no centralized coordination for the network operations. As and when a new node comes in the vicinity of the network it will spontaneously form the network. This paper presents a secure protocol for spontaneous wireless Ad-hoc network which uses a hybrid symmetric/asymmetric scheme and the trust between users in order to exchange the initial data and to exchange the secret keys that will be used to encrypt the data. Our proposal is a complete self-configured secure protocol that is able to create the network and share secure services without any infrastructure. Network creation stages are detailed and the communication, protocol messages and network management are explained. Our proposal has been implemented in order to test the protocol procedure and performance.
Origin And Development of Auditing published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
E. Phalguna Kumar, Dr. B. Mohan The investing public has historically relied upon audited financial statements when making investment decisions and has depended upon auditors and the accounting profession to confirm the accuracy and completeness of financial information. Auditing evolved and grew rapidly after the industrial revolution in the 18th century with the growth of the joint stock companies where the ownership and management became separate. The audit function was mainly to provide credibility to the financial statements prepared by company managers for their shareholders. Consensus was generally achieved that the primary objective of an audit function is adding credibility to the financial statements rather than on the detection of fraud and errors.
Child Ragpickers in Aligarh City published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Shabnam Parveen The term ragpicker refers to people who collect rags or recyclable materials that can be sold to scrap merchant for money (survival). This activity requires no skills and is a source of income for the urban poor. Rag picking involve collecting, sorting and selling of waste materials that are found at the street corners, dumpsites, or in residential areas. The waste materials, primarily consists of paper, plastics, bottles, cardboard, tin, aluminium, iron, brass and copper. Millions of children begin working as ragpickers at the young age of five or six years. In Aligarh city, majority of the ragpickers are between 8 and 12 years old. These children find livelihood opportunities through waste picking. Most of them never attend school and don’t have any formal education. The Majority of child ragpickers migrate from poor, rural and landless homes to urban areas for better jobs in the city area and live in temporary residents. When they do not found any job, choose ragpicking. Most of them don’t have ration cards, identity cards, voter Id, Adhar cards etc. and therefore don’t have access to basic Governmental facilities. Child ragpickers face negative interaction with the police, civil society and criminal gangs. They live in the dark world that teaches them violence and abuse.
On ? - generalized ? - Continuous Mappings in Topological Spaces published in

Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing

Published by BONFRING
N. Kalaivani and G. Sai Sundara Krishnan In this paper we introduce the concept of On ? - generalized ? - Continuous Mappings in Topological Spaces and study its relationship with other mappings. Further we declare the concepts of ?-? continuous mappings and ? -g ? continuous mappings which coincide when the space is ?-? T-1/2. In addition, we define the concept of ? -g ?-irresolute mappings in topological spaces; also we attain the relationships between ? -g ?-continuous and ? -g ?-irresolute mappings and obtain some of its basic properties.
A NEW GENERALIZATION OF 훿 - CLOSED SETS USING TWO DIFFERENT OPERATORS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vaishnavy V * , Sivakamasundari K The scope of this paper is to give a new generalization to 훿 - closed sets namely λ g δ - closed sets which involves the use of two different operators . S ome interesting theorems involving λ g δ - closed sets are discussed .
POST ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION INFECTION: REVIEW OF LITERATURE published in

Indian Journal of Orthopaedics Surgery

Published by Innovative Publication
Sanyam Chaurasia, Georgios Karnatzikos, Alberto Gobbi, Vivek Gupta Purpose: The purpose of this study was to review and summarize the literature and suggest the probable most effective protocol in the management of post anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) infection. Methods: We reviewed 16 studies (Level 1- Level 4) published between January 2000 and December 2013, by a thorough search in PUBMED, MEDLINE and EMBASE databases. Results: There were 246 cases of infection amongst 35,795 ACLR making the proportion of infection 0.68% (range- 0.14-2.6%). The mean time of onset of infection from index surgery was between 7.5 days to 32 days. The most common organism was Coagulase-negative Staphylococci (CNS) followed by Staphylococcus Aureus. Optimal outcome was reported in most studies using serial arthroscopic lavage and intravenous antibiotics with graft retention as a prime protocol. Conclusion: Septic arthritis after ACLR is a rare and disastrous complication which can be successfully managed by early diagnosis and arthroscopic debridement with a proper protocol. Level of Evidence: Review Article; Level 4.
Denitrification of steel plant effluent using immobilized Tamarindus indica seeds published in

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Sruthi Saladula, Meena Vangalapati The rise of industrialization has rapidly leaded to destruction of natural sources, which directly or indirecty affects the human and animal life. The releases of toxic effluents from these industries ultimately end up polluting the air, soil and the water surrounding the region. Toxic compounds include various heavy metals and elements like fluorides, phenols, nitrates, chlorides, calcium, magnesium salts, etc. These compounds cause a great loss to both flora and fauna. The whole life cycle is disturbed due to these pollutants. This paper explains the importance of treating nitrates and the simple and economical method of treating nitrates with immobilization of tamarind seeds and explains the conversion of nitrates by modeling an equation and fitting it into the best curve.
Hdl-Paradox and Cardiovascular Risks During Statin Therapy in Chronic Stable Angina published in

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Tarek M Abdelrahman Background Lipid lowering agents became the cornerstone in treatment of coronary artery diseases, however in some cases, the good HDL-cholesterol is also reduced and described this phenomenon as "HDL-paradox". HDL-C is an independent, negative risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Aim of the study The aim of this study is to observe the effect of using a long term statin therapy on HDL level and its correlation to clinical course of the disease and laboratory findings in those patients. Methods Retrospective analysis of 210 patients known as "chronic-stable-angina" on chronic statin therapy recruited from cardiology outpatient clinic in Minia University Hospital along two years from March 2013 till April 2015. Recorded data from all patients as regard clinical and demographic data were analyzed and correlated to their symptoms and laboratory findings after dividing them onto two groups based on their averaged serum HDL-cholesterol, (group-I) with high HDL and (group-II) with Low HDL. Exclusion criteria were, known history of diabetes, hypertension, renal or liver disease, thyroid dysfunction and all participants were non-smokers. Also, obese patients with body mass index more than 30 were excluded and no cases are treated by diuretics. Results In spite reduction of all Non-HDL lipoproteins in both groups, significant reduction of HDL was evident in group-II and was associated with elevation in HBA1C, Hs-CRP, Proteinuria and creatinine levels. Also, liver enzymes were significantly higher in low HDL arm. A significantly lower EF ad FS% was observed in low HDL-group. Data concerning complaints and events occurred during the study period revealed that, patients of group-II having recurrent hospital admissions, more symptoms of Lv dysfunction, increasing need for modification of treatment and need for intervention more than group-I. A linear negative correlation was found between HDL-levels and HBA1C and hs-CRP. Conclusion There's a significant reduction of HDL levels during long-term statin therapy 'HDL-paradox'. This is not just a laboratory observation, it's linked to deterioration of the clinical condition and cardiac functions in echocardiography. Also, change in glucose metabolism in the form of elevated HBA1C that might be a factor in appearance of new onset diabetes. The risk appeared again from elevation of hs-CRP which represent a risk factor for atherosclerosis and vascular injury. So, we advice to carefully monitoring the lipogram of all patients treated by statins and detect any significant reduction of HDL.
Agricultural information needs of mango growers published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Shashi Mundhra, Dr Umesh Parmar We studied 100 patients of ACS attending medical unit and divided them according to age group, life style, risk factors, social groups and associated co morbidities.We found to have higher prevelance of metabolic syndrome at the age of >40 years (74%), with sedentary life style (86%), in upper middle and lower middle social group(58%) and with history of tobacco chewing (22%), smoking (20%) and alcohol drinking (16%). In our study 85% had BMI of >=25 – a definite risk factor for metabolic syndrome and 67% had waist circumference in the range of criteria of metabolic syndrome. In our study 51% had impaired fasting glucose and 40% had diabetes. LVEF was low in cases with metabolic syndrome (46%) as compared to those without metabolic syndrome. The incidence of triple vessel disease was higher in patients with metabolic syndrome. The waist circumference is better and important predictor of CAD and susceptibility to development of ACS than other parameters of obesity.
Risk Assessment of Chronic Kidney Disease published in

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Leena Sequira, Ravindra Prabhu, Shreemathi S Mayya, Shankar Prasad, Anice George, Elsa Sanatombi Devi, Baby S Nayak Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus are the common noncommunicable diseases which causes Chronic Kidney Disease. Aim of the study was to identify subjects with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Adults on treatment for Diabetes or Hypertension or both for 5 or more years were selected for the study. Tools used for data collection were demographic proforma, serum creatinine, Glucometer Random Blood Sugar (GRBS), and blood pressure. Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR) was estimated by using Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) equation. Out of 103 participants, 47.6%, 19.4% and 33% of them were Hypertensive, Diabetic and Both Hypertensive & Diabetics respectively. Chronic Kidney Disease stages I, II, III &IV were found in 33% (34), 57.30% (59), 8.70% (09) & 1% (1) of the subjects respectively
Kodar:Dampatyjivanma visamvadthi susamvad tarafni gati published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Effect of aqueous extract of aloe vera and allium Sativum on the lipid profile of male Albino Wistar Rat published in

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Published by Dr. Arvind Chavhan
Lilhare Minakshi U From the present study it has been clear that the Aloe vera extract and Allium sativum extract showed significant changes in total cholesterol level. The results of this study showed that the total body weight gain after 21 days of experimental period when animals fed with standard diet. Effects of both extract on plasma lipid profile which proved that the changes in total cholesterol level in group II were significant at 0.01 levels as well as in group III and group IV. The change in LDL and HDL were not significant in both the experimental groups. While the change in Triglyceride level was significant in the experimental Group III where aqueous Allium sativum extract was given.
Efficient Classification of Data Using Decision Tree published in

Bonfring International Journal of Data Mining

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Bhaskar N. Patel, Satish G. Prajapati and Dr. Kamaljit I. Lakhtaria Data classification means categorization of data into different category according to rules. The aim of this proposed research is to extract a kind of ?structure? from a sample of objects. To rephrase it better to learn a concise representation of these data. Present research performed over the classification algorithm learns from the training set and builds a model and that model is used to classify new objects. This paper discusses one of the most widely used supervised classification techniques is the decision tree. And perform own Decision Tree evaluate strength of own classification with Performance analysis and Results analysis.
High level of circulating platelet derived microvesicles in bone tumors published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Judit Donath, Patricia Palfi, Bence Gyorgy, Gyula Poor, Miklos Szendroi, Agnes Kittel, Edit I Buzas, Andras Falus, Gyorgy Nagy CoII, NiII, CuII and MnII complexes of Mannich base, as ligand, was prepared by condensation of aqueous semicarbazide, morpholine and pyridine-3-carboxaldehyde. The structure of the newly synthesized Mannich base was investigated by UV-Vis, IR, 1 H-NMR, 13C-NMR, molar conductance and magnetic susceptibility studies. The antimicrobial activities of the ligand and metals complexes have been screened in vitro against the organisms E.faecalis, Proteus mirabilis, Bacillus cereus, E.aerogens, ESBL E.coli, ESBL K.pneumoniae, by disc diffusion and well diffusion techniques. It is observed that the coordination of metal ions has pronounced effect on the microbial activities of the ligand. The metal complexes have higher antimicrobial effect than the free ligand.
HERBAL NANOPARTICLE FOR ANTICANCER POTENTIAL- A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A.Abirami1*, Dr. S.Mohamed Halith2, K.K. Pillai3, Chithirra anbalagan4 Herbs are staging a comeback and herbal ‘renaissance’ is happening all over the globe. Now a day the use of herbal medicines has increased because of their ability to treat different diseases with fewer side effects. However, the effective drug delivery of herbal medicines has not still been achieved. Different scientific approaches are being developed these days to deliver herbal medicines. Novel formulations including nanoparticles have been developed for the effective delivery of herbal drugs. Nanoparticulate formulations such as polymeric nanoparticles, liposomes, proliposomes, solid lipid nanoparticles and microemulsions present potential to deliver herbal medicines effectively. This article summarizes various nanoparticulate technologies that have been studied for the delivery of herbal medicines and which are gaining more attention for improved therapeutic response and bioavailability.
Performance of herbal medicinal crops under sapotajatropha based three-tier agroforestry system published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VISHNU K. SOLANKI*, D.B. JADEJAAND M.B. TANDEL Field experiments were conducted to find out performance of herbal medicinal crops (basil, kalmegh and mint) under sapota-jatropha based three-tier agroforestry system at the Agronomy Farm (Block-E), ASPEE College of Horticulture and Forestry, Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari (Gujarat) during rainy season of 2011 and 2012. The experiments were laid out in Randomized Block Design with six treatments and four replications. Three medicinal plants viz., basil (Ocimum sanctum L.), kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata Well.) and mint (Mentha arvensis L) were selected for the present study. The observation on fresh weight of plant/plot (kg), dry weight of plant/plot (kg) and economic yield (q/ha) was recorded higher under sole crop of basil, kalmegh and mint as compared to intercrop with sapota-jatropha in both the years. While basil (1.67), kalmegh (1.46) and mint (1.40) when grown as intercrop gave higher economic returns as compared to sole crop in 2011 and 2012.
USER SENTIMENTS ANALYSIS IN TWITTER WITH SOCIAL CONTEXT published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Swapnil S. Nanaware Users can share their emotions in more suitable format with the help of micro blogging services like twitter. Twitter provides information about individual's real-time feelings through the data resources provided by individuals. The important task is to extract user's tweets and perform an examination and survey. However, this extracted information will helpful to make prediction about user's opinion towards specific topics. As there are tremendous amount of tweets available on micro blogging services. It is very difficult to user, so the major challenge is to analyze all tweets in short time. In this paper we mainly focus on solving this problem with the naive Bayes technique. This paper is attempted to obtain polarity of individual's opinion used for opinion and sentiment analysis.
Seed yield of cowpea as influenced by nitrogen and phosphorus levels under enceptisol conditions published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
B.G. MHASKE1, S.M. GHAWADE*, M.J. PATIL2 AND P.P. GAWANDE3 An experiment was carried out during Kharif season of 2010-2011 at plot no. 11, Main Garden, Department of Horticulture, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola, entitled seed yield of cowpea as influenced by nitrogen and phosphorus level under enceptisol conditions. An experiment was laid out in Factorial Randomized Block Design (FRBD) with sixteen treatment combinations and two factors with four levels of nitrogen viz., 0, 12.5, 25, 37.5 kg ha-1 and that of the phosphorus 0, 25, 50, and 75 kg ha-1 and replicated thrice. The results revealed that, plant height showed significant influence towards application of nitrogen 37.5 kg ha-1 in addition to phosphorus 25 kg ha-1. Main branches plant-1 were found maximum with an application of 25 kg nitrogen ha-1 and 75 kg phosphorus ha-1. The reproductive characters like days to 50 per cent flowering and days to first picking was recorded minimum with the application of 25 kg nitrogen ha-1 and 50 kg phosphorus ha-1. Seed yield and yield contributing characters like pod plant-1, and seed yield ha-1(q) were found significantly maximum, wherein application of 25 kg nitrogen ha-1 in addition to 75 kg phosphorus ha-1 was undertaken. As regards to the interaction effect, N2P2 treatment combination i.e. application of 25 kg nitrogen along with 50 kg phosphorus ha-1 reflected in the production of maximum seed yield of cowpea.
“DYNAMICS OF ANTIBODY GENERATION IN WHITE LEGHORN CHICKENS AGAINST ROTATEQ® VACCINE – A PASSIVE THERAPY APPROACH” published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajeswari S.1* and Michael A.2 Gastroenteritis is one of the major concerns globally. In humans, this infection becomes drastic in nature due to Rotavirus. This rotavirus infection becomes severe in children below 5 years of age. An impeccable and the best treatment for this infection, caused by rotavirus is the passive therapy approach with IgY to preclude its severity. The present study is to elevate antibodies against Rotavirus in chickens immunized with RotaTeq® vaccine and characterization of anti-rotavirus IgY. The purified and freeze dried anti-rotavirus IgY antibodies are used for certain dynamics studies and its titration aspects. The titre of IgY in the final preparation was determined to be 1:100000 on the 49th titre day upon performing titration techniques with ELISA. The protein concentration of the purified antibodies was also estimated and it was found to remain increasing between 16.406 mg/ml of IgY extract during the entire study period. The purity of IgY extracts was determined by SDS-PAGE and Column Chromatography techniques where the bands are observed in the test lane and standard IgY were similar. It indicates effective purity and also confirms the molecular mass of IgY as 180KD, extracted from the egg yolk. The exploration of this study also deals with a Passive Therapy approach in children with rotavirus infections who are not vaccinated by birth. Infants under this category who are neither vaccinated nor hold immunity naturally can be treated to cure the infections caused by rotavirus. The therapeutic efficacy and a passive approach of IgY using a small animal model could be achieved in further research uptake.
SCREENING FOR SIDEROPHORE AND AMMONIA PRODUCTION FROM RHIZOSPHERE ISOLATES OF ORYZA SATIVA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ritesh Singh and M.P. Prasad* The Rhizosphere is biologically and chemically highly diverse, complex and dynamic interaction occurs between plant roots, soil (micro) biota and the physicochemical conditions of the soil. The autotrophic plant partner is providing substrate and energy flow into the rhizosphere and gets in return essentials for its development and growth: nutrients, minerals and water. Heterotrophic soil biota usually are limited in the supply of carbon and energy and thus a complex sequence of responses are initiated, which in due course also influence the plants. In the present study the microorganisms were isolated from the rhizosphere soil of rice from nine different locations in and around Bangalore to understand the diversity of the microorganisms, interaction and to determine the siderophore activity and production of ammonia of the isolates. A total of 116 micro organisms were isolated of which 110 were bacterial isolates and 6 Actinomycetes. 53 bacterial isolates found to be morphologically different were used for the current study. 6 isolates out of the 53 microorganisms showed positive results for the production of siderophore by forming orange yellow halo zones on CAS agar media plate. R-19 isolate showed the highest zone and was considered as the highest producer of siderophore. Whereas 36 isolates showed positive for ammonia production out of which 6 isolates showed maximum production and 12 isolates with fairly good production.
ANALISIS PENUMBUKAN BOLA BAJA TERHADAP MATERIAL BUTIRAN DALAM SILINDER BERPUTAR published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

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Nur Faizin, Lilik Hendrajaya, Sparisoma Viridi, Muziibu Alfisyah Tumbukan antara bola baja dengan material dimanfaatkan dalam proses penghancuran material butiran. Proses penghancuran tersebut terjadi di dalam silinder yang dinamakan dengan raw mill. Tabung ini diisi dengan bola baja dengan ukuran 6,5 mm dan diputar pada porosnya. Akibat perputaran tersebut dapat menghasilkan beberapa mode gerak. Mode gerak yang diinginkanadalah mode cataracting dan cascading. Kedua mode gerak ini sangat mendukung dalam proses penghancuran dan penghalusan material. Penelitian dilakukan dengan membuat miniatur raw millyang berupa silinder yang berjari-jari 40 cm dengan tebal 3 cm. Perbandingan antara miniatur raw milldengan sesungguhnya adalah 1:13,75. Dinding silinder dibentuk bergerigi dengan ketinggian gerigi 4 mm. Data yang diambil yaitu jumlah putaran silinder dan massa butiran material yang diumpankan ke dalam silinder. Data tersebut digunakan untuk estimasi energi rata-rata penumbukan dari bola baja terhadap material. Kata-kata kunci: bola baja, cataracting, cascading. Abstract The collision between the steel balls to the material used in the process of destruction of the granular material. The destruction process occurs in the cylinder whose called the raw mill. This tube is filled with steel balls with a size of 6,5 mm and rotated on its axis. As a impact of the rotation can produce some modes of motion. The desired motion mode is cataracting and cascading. Both modes of motion are very supportive in the process of crushing and refining material. Research carried out by making a miniature raw mill in the form of a cylinder with radius 40 cm and 3 cm of thickness. The comparison between the raw mill with a real miniature is 1:13,75. Serrated cylindrical wall formed with a height of 4 mm serrations. The data was taken are the number of dials and granular mass of material that is dive into the cylinder. The data is used to estimate the average energy comminuting of steel balls against the material. Keywords: steel balls, cataracting, cascading.
Performance Evaluation of AODV and AODV-LR in terms of Route Maintenance published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
R. Vijayadharshini?, Dr. A. Padmapriya? The Idea at the back of ad hoc network is multi-hop broadcasting in which packets are sent from the source node to destination node. It does not have any infrastructure based network. In ad hoc network distributed routing is available. Because of mobility in nodes, there are recurring path breakages. In ad hoc network, the primary goal of routing is to detect paths between source to destination with minimum routing overhead. Applications of ad hoc network are military applications as well as emergency operations. In ad hoc networks this work focused on AODV route maintenance. This paper suggests a new approach of route maintenance scheme AODV-LR in AODV which reduces the data transmission time of AODV as well as makes better performance with minimum bandwidth utilization and maximum packet delivery ratio. This concept has been implemented and tested on OMNet++.
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF VOLATILE OIL OF THE RHIZOME OF ZINGIBER OFFICINALE ROSCOE AND ITS ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Shahnaz Sultana and Mohammed Ali* Backgroud: The rhizomes of Zingiber officinale Roscoe (family Zingiberaceae) are used to treat insomnia, colds, rheumatism, baldness, urinary tract infections, gastrointestinal disorders, throat and chest infections and cough. The present study was designed to analyze a volatile oil of Z. officinale of Delhi region and to evaluate its antibacterial activity. Method: The fresh rhizomes were hydrodistilled to get a volatile oil which was analyzed by GLC and GC-MS. The oil was examined for antibacterial activity by cup and plate method. Result: The volatile oil contained a large number of monoterpenes (47.8 %) and sesquiterpenes (51.8%) with ?-germacrene-D, linalool and camphene types. The predominant monoterpene was linalool (11.8 %) followed by camphene (9.4 %), limonene oxide (5.9 %), citronellal (3.6 %) and ?- pinene (2.6 %). The major sesquiterpenes were ?- germacrene-D (20.9 %), (Z)-?-farnesene (8.4 %), guaia-6,9-diene (8.3 %) and ?-guiaene (3.5 %). The oil showed significant antimicrobial against Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Bacillus subtilis and the fungus strains Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus fumigatus and Candida albicans . Conclusion: The major components of the oil were monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes. It exhibited significant antimicrobial against pathogenic microorganisms.
A Study of ‘Adjustment’ with Respect To ‘Sociality’ Among Students of P.t.c. Colleges of Anand District published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Ms. Dipali H. Patel Present report represents a study of ‘Adjustment’ with respect to ‘Sociality’ among students of P.T.C. arts colleges of Anand district. Here we have chosen Government colleges, Self-financed colleges. ‘Adjustment’ measurement was carried out by using ‘Adjustment Inventry for College Students (AICS)’ scale developed by Prof. A.K.P. Sinha and Prof. R. P. Singh. We have studied ‘Adjustment’ by taking three independent variables using F-Anova test with 2x2x2 factorial design.
TUNABLE SYNTHESIS OF GELATIN NANOPARTICLES EMPLOYING SOPHOROLIPID AND PLANT EXTRACT, A PROMISING DRUG CARRIER published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Zeinab Ghasemishahrestani1, Mihir Mehta2, Priti Darne2, Aishwarya Yadav1, Asmita Prabhune*2, Suvidya Ranade*1. Biodegradable polymer nanoparticles are being explored as drug delivery vehicle for various diseases till date. We report for the first time the green synthesis of tunable gelatin nanoparticles by nanoemulsion method using Cassia fistula leaf extract and Sophorolipids synthesized by a non-pathogenic yeast Candida bombicola ATCC 22214 a glycolipid biosurfactant. Sophorolipid and plant extract helped in compaction and reduction in size of gelatin nanoparticles with effective loading of Quercetin so as to get spherical nanoparticles with size ranging between 20-60 nm. SEM, TEM and DLS results are in agreement for the size of nanoparticles. Sustained drug release pattern was seen in vitro at pH 7.4. These drug loaded nanoparticles were further characterized and tested for cytotoxicity on MCF7 cancer cell line. The bare and drug loaded nanoparticles displayed differential cytotoxicity towards MCF7 cancer cells. These biogenic nanoparticles are biocompatible and found to be good candidates for sustained drug delivery in diseases like cancer.
Role of invertase enzyme in ripening of honey of indigenous hive honeybee apis cerana indica published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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M.V.Balasubramanyam Enzymes form integral part and play decisive role in biological metabolism and systems. The present study emphasized on biochemical aspects of honey ripening in hive honeybee Apis cerana indica. Five stages of conversion of nectar to honey include floral nectar (fn), honey crop of foragers (hf), honey crop of house bees (hh), unsealed honey cells (uh) and sealed honey cells (sh). The levels of sucrose in the fn and sh cells was 19.01%, and 2.40 % respectively, while invertase content in fn and sh cells was 0.00% and 42.40 ml respectively. Results have clearly exemplify that invertase enzyme secreted by honeybee glands plays an instrumental role in formation of viscous honey from dilute floral nectar. The analysis of variance of invertase activity was not significant at P<0.01% levels and sucrose content was significant at P<0.01% during different stages of honey ripening.
Perception and Prevalence of RTIs Among Visually Impaired Women in Tamilnadu published in

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Dr. A. K. Ravisankar, K. Kanmani This paper assesses the visually impaired women’s knowledge, perceptions towards RTIs and its symptoms and to examine prevalence of RTIs. Snow ball sampling methods was applied to choose468 visually impaired women in the 16 selected districts of Tamilnadu during 2012-2013. Results found that though overwhelming majority of visually challenged women had knowledge about RTIs, their understanding of RTI symptoms was not adequate level. There is no statistical significance of an association between the knowledge about the symptoms of RTIs as well the prevalence of RTI and the SED factors. Of those who suffered from RTI, 78.8 percent sought treatment. Around eighty percent of respondents agreed that RTIs could be curable and 64 percent reported that RTIs can be preventable. It indicates better knowledge of the visually impaired women about curability of disease.
What Ails Indian Economy? Some Random Thoughts published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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M. Anandan, S. Ramaswamy India is a diverse economy which encompasses the traditional village farming to modern corporate agriculture, handicrafts to modern sophisticated ICT industries, with the multiplicity of services. Recent data evidences show that India has less than half of the work force in agriculture, but, services are the major sources of India’s economic growth, which accounts for more than 50.0 per cent of GNP, contributed by the less than one-third of its labor force. Infact, India is service economy, in terms of its contribution to the GNP and not agricultural economy, and it entered into the service economy in 2005-06. In the post-independence era (ie) 1947 - 91, India was a mixed economy with a high degree of state intervention-including nationalization and price controls. During these periods economic performance India was mixed one, but the performance are generally disappointing. Since 1991, the Indian economy has pursued free market liberalized economy with, greater openness in trade and commerce. This helped the Indian economy to achieve a considerably rise in the rate of economic growth and economic development. However, Indian economy still has many weaknesses and it possess different characteristic features such as; Corrupt economy, Disparity economy, Energy deficit economy, Fiscal deficit economy, Food deficit economy, Forest deficit economy, Oil and gold Import economy, Inequality economy, Low HDI economy, Low income economy, Pollution economy, Poor employment skill economy, Poverty economy, Power deficit economy, Subsidy syndrome economy, Unemployment economy, Trade deficit economy, Poor adoption technology economy, Wealth concentration economy, Poor corporate social responsibility economy, Resources Waste economy, Migration economy, Black money economy, poor environmental health economy etc. The researchers in this paper have attempted to address these issues and weakness of India economy by providing data supports and evidences. This kind of information could help the policy makers to design and formulate policies for mitigation these weakness
Effect of Sodium Toxicity on The cellular membranes Integrity and Some Physiological Parameters in Cucumis sativus L. Cuttings published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
Abdullah I. Shaheed Evan Ibrahim Merhij The effect of sodium toxicity (NaCl) on cellular membranes integrity (MDA, LOX, protein, protease, potassium & sodium contents) as well as some physiological parameters (rooting response, EC, chlorophylls a, b and total, leaf area, transpiration rate and fresh and dry weight ) was studied. Cuttings were treated with different concentration of NaCl (0, 15, 20, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225 & 250) meq/L for 24 hours. 75 meq/L was the toxic level of sodium in terms of rooting response. This level causeddamage of cellular membranes and permeability perturbation through increasing of MDA content, LOX and protease activities. Whereas, decrease in protein content as well as increase of Na+ and decline of K+ concentration. In addition, significant decrease of a, b and total chlorophyll, leaf area, transpiration rate, fresh and dry weight were .
Vein of Galen Malformation - An untimely and unusual presentation published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Suresh Babu, Dr. Basavanthappa., Dr. Srinivas. V, Dr. Raghavendra. K, Dr. Sreenivas. B, Dr. Srinivas Murthy, Dr. Rajath Pejaver, Dr. Nikil. P. T, Vein of Galen malformation are rare anomalies of the intracranial circulation. These malformations usually present in the neonatal period with congestive cardiac failure. However we a case of a 11 year old girl with congenital heart disease who was presumptively diagnosed to have cerebral abscess .Further evaluation revealed a large vein of Galen malformation. This case demonstrates the unusual and untimely presentation of a rare disease.
Consumer Buying Pattern of Fairness Cream published in

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Dr. B. Rajendran, S. Manoharan The Indian economy, Asia's third-largest, has been growing briskly at above 8 percent for the last couple of years. Indian cities dominate a new catalog of the world's fastest-growing 100 cities in terms of urbanization, with three cities in top the 10. Globally, despite the worldwide economic slump, the personal care market in India has been growing at 13 percent per annum. The personal care product market is valued at USD 5.7 billion; its wellness service market was assessed at USD 2.9 billion in 2010. The personal care industry is directly aligned to the demographics of the region that it serves. With the median age at 25 years, India is among the world’s youngest nations, as compared to 43 years in Japan and 36 years in the US. In addition, the country’s population base of 1.2 billion is estimated to rise to 1.5 billion by the end of 2030. Urbanization will also increase by 45 percent in the next 30 years. In recent times, Indian consumers have been looking for newer shopping experiences and products. Consumer concentration has shifted from traditional offerings to new generational ones; for instance, demand for soap cakes has shifted to liquid soaps, and shaving creams to foams and gels. It is quite evident that the cosmetics and toiletries industry in the developed markets is close to saturation and growth has slowed down. Meanwhile, countries such as India, with its growing economy, offer a lucrative market for large multinationals. As per a recent study by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), the Indian color cosmetics and skin care markets have been increasing for the last two years and have recorded a growth rate of 20 percent in 2010. Consequently, this market has already experienced the entry of several brands, including MAC Cosmetics, Channel, Givenchy, Versace, Red Earth, The Body Shop, Christian Breton, ArtDeco and MAX Factor. Several of the foreign players are expanding; for instance, Baccarose is expanding its Parcos brand cosmetics stores, as are the MKP and Cosmos brands. This report demonstrates that now is just the right time for global cosmetics and skin care companies to participate in the growth story. According to some researchers the Indian personal care industry will witness 25 percent growth rate in the next few years. The Emerging Market Forum declared that the per capita income of India is expected to increase about 18 times by 2039, while disposable income for households is estimated to grow three times by 2025. Globalization, rise in incomes, greater awareness about self needs and a change in Personal Care Products.The annual value of personal products business in India, including oral care, hair cares and skin cares products, is currently estimated to be Rs 54.6 bn. Just five years ago personal products were considered to be luxury items and attracted a high excise duty of 120% (except the oral care category). These factors have been the catalysts in the exponential growth rate in the personal product category over the past five years.Personal care products are further divided into 6 categories: Oral care • Hair care - oils • Hair care - shampoos • Skin care • Cosmetics • Feminine Hygiene
Staheli`s plantar arch index measured by simple footprint method is an effective diagnostic tool for flat foot as other radiological methods- A comparative study published in

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Dr. Rajendra Singrolay, Dr. Rajendra Singh Kushwah Aim- To know whether the diagnosis of flat foot by simple ink footprint method is as reliable as radiological method or not. Material & Methods -100 children aged between 5-11 yrs having flat foot were selected from the department of orthopedic of M.Y. hospital Indore. Footprint was taken by the help of ink method then Staheli`s plantar arch index calculated. Radiograph was taken in lateral view of both foot in standing position. Talo first metatarsal (TFM) angle were assessed by radiological expert. Data of both study are compared. Correlation between TFM angle and planter arch index value is established statistically. Results- Observation shows that correlation between TFM radiological angle and planter arch index is significant ( p value <0.05) with correlation value 0.33 for right foot and 0.49 for left foot. Conclusion- Flat foot can be diagnosed by simple ink footprint method and it is as reliable as other radiological methods.
Preparation and Spectral Characterization of New Azo Imidazole Ligand 2-[(2`-Cyano Phenyl) Azo]-4,5-Diphenyl Imidazole and its Complexes with Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Zn(II), Cd(II) and Hg (II) Ions published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Waleed A. Mahmoud* Abid Allah M. Ali** Tamara A. Kareem*** The preparation and spectral characterization of complexes for Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), Zn(II) and Hg(II) ions with new organic heterocyclic azo imidazole dye as ligand 2-[(2`-cyano phenyl) azo ]-4,5-diphenyl imidazole ) (2-CyBAI) were prepared by reacting a dizonium salt solution of 2-cyano aniline with 4,5-diphenyl imidazole in alkaline ethanolic solution .These complexes were characterized spectroscopically by infrared and electronic spectra along with elemental analysis‚ molar conductance and magnetic susceptibility measurements. The data show that the ligand behaves a bidantate and coordinates to the metal ion via nitrogen atom of azo and with imidazole N3 atom. Octahedral environment is suggested for all metal complexes.
Recent Trends of HIV Transmission from Mother To Child: Retrospective Study of 4 Years in a Tertiary Centre published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Vandana K. Saini, Dr. Surbhi V. Sharma OBJECTIVE- Mother to child transmission of HIV is a major route of HIV infection in children. The objective of this study is to analyse the response to implementation of PPTCT programme and to see the fetomaternal outcome of pregnancy in HIV positive mother METHODS-this retrospective study was done in the department of obs & gynec, sardaben hospital , NHL medical college, ahmedabad and data collected from April 2011 to March 2015,a period of 4 years was studied. PPTCT centre was established in our institution in 2006.All pregnant women attending the antenatal clinic or labour room are counselled for HIV testing and tested as per NACO guidelines. Babies to HIV positive women delivered were followed up to 18 months for testing. RESULTS-prevalence of HIV infection in pregnant women delivered at our institute is 0.332%. Out of them, 87% were booked and 13% were unbooked. Of 85 seropositive women who deliverd, 52 (62%) had vaginal delivery and 32 (38%) had LSCS for obstetric indication. Of 85 seropositive women who delivered one was IUD and 84 were live births. 84 babies screened for HIV , 2 were reactive.40 babies were given exclusive breastfeeding and 44 babies were given exclusive replacement feeding. CONCLUSION-Mother to child transmission is one of the major route of HIV transmission among children all over the world. With effective implementation of PPTCT programme,HIV infection in antenatal women is showing decreasing trend. Expanding programmes for PPTCT and use of more effective ARV regimens helped prevent more than 8,00,000 children from becoming newly infected between 2005 and end of 2012.(1)
Physical Properties of Sputtered CdTe Thin Films published in

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E. Camacho-Espinosa, E. Rosendo, A.I. Oliva, T. Díaz, N. Carlos-Ramírez, H. Juárez, G. García, M. Pacio In this work, CdTe thin films were deposited on glass substrates by sputtering technique at different pressures and rf-power conditions. Morphology, growing parameters, and the crystalline structure were studied as a function of the work pressure (2 to 40 mTorr) and the rf-power (25 to 45 W). The deposition rate increases from 1.5 to 6.0 nm/min when the work pressure decreases. In a similar way, the deposition rate changes from 2.5 to 6.0 nm/min when the rf-power ranges from 25 to 45 W. The optical bandgap energy values of the deposited CdTe films ranged from 1.36 to 1.6 eV.The surface roughness of the films was found to be independent on the work pressure and the rf-power conditions. The crystalline structure of the deposited films improves for lower work pressures and higher rf-powers. Better conditions for films deposition were found at 5 mTorr and 35 W.
Self-Phase Modulation, Cross-Phase Modulation and Four-Wave Mixing Are the Root Cause of the Nonlinear Effects in Optical Fiber published in

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Dr.Brijesh.N.chawda,A.Swamy Change in the refractive index of the medium with optical intensity and inelastic- scattering phenomenon leads to non-linear effects like self-phase modulation, cross-phase modulation and four-wave mixing which in turn affect fiber telecom system performance adversely and proper fiber system design reduces these nonlinear effects.
NMR Investigation of the complexation of (S)-2-isopropyl-1-(o-nitrophenyl)sulfonyl)aziridine with ?-cyclodextrin published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Assia Keniche , Mohamed Z. Slimani, José I. Miranda, Jesus M. Aizpurua, and Joseph Kajima Mulengi* Aziridines are known to undergo hydrolysis in the presence of cyclodextrins, whereas the latter are largely investigated as potential vectors of biologically active compounds. Despite this easy cyclodextrin-induced cleavage of aziridines in aqueous medium, it was of interest to find out a model aziridine derivative that would be sufficiently water-stable and form a stable complex with ?-cyclodextrin in aqueous medium, so that it could be used as a reference in future formulations or vectorization work. Among compounds we have investigated, we found out that only (S)-2-isopropyl-1-(o-nitrophenyl)sulfonyl)aziridine complied with the above-mentioned solubility and stability requirements. NMR studies of the inclusion complex of this derivative with ?-cyclodextrin provided useful parameters related to the stoichiometry of the complex and the association constant Ka. The geometry of the complex was assessed by 2D-ROESY experiments, suggesting a deep insertion of the aziridine into the cavity of ?-cyclodextrin.
Involvement in Sports Activities Among College Students in one Higher Education Institution in the Philippines published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
Mr. JULIUS G. GUPO, Dr. EPITACIO P. ABELA This study aimed to determine the involvement of the students in different sports activities in Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU)- Batangas. Specifically it is intended to identify the sports activities participated by the students, to know the level of students’ involvement in different sports activities, and to proposed an action plan to strengthen students’ involvement in Sports competition. The study used the descriptive method of research as it aims to describe the status of sports activities participated by the LPU-Batangas students with respect to the personal qualities and instructional competencies as assessed by the physical education students. The sports activities which the respondents moderately involved or participated are jumping, walking, hopping and running. There is a highly significant relationship between the student and the involvement/participation in sports activities.
A STUDY ON SATISFACTION LEVEL OF DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL OF ARIGNAR ANNA SUGAR MILL, THANJAVUR published in

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M. Vijayakumar, Dr. K. V. R. Rajandran Distribution channels are behind every product and service that consumers and business buyers purchase everywhere. Usually, combination on institutions specializing in manufacturing, wholesaling, retailing and many other areas join force in Distribution channels. A Distribution channels are a set of interdependent organization involved in the process of making a product or service available for use or consumption. Distribution channels decisions play a role of Strategic importance in the overall presence and success a company enjoys in the market palace. ?is project report entitled “A Study on Distribution Channel with Special Reference to Arignar Anna sugar mill District”. To determine the dealer satisfaction of the product and future demands, needs, wants. ?e study starts with an introduction of the Distribution Channel, company profile, important of the Study, Review of Literature and objectives are set out for the study. Research methodology, data analysis and interpretation, findings and suggestions of the study follow. ?e response given by 106 dealers were analyzed and interpreted.
Inauthentic Involvement in Swami and Friends (1935) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Tanu Gupta, Mr. Gulab Singh Walia The paper applies at depicting inauthentic involvement in Swami and Friends in which many characters are inauthentic in one way or the other. The protagonist Swami is inauthentic in his role of a student as he spoils his student life due to his inauthentic involvement with Rajam and Mani. Rajam is second inauthentic character as he leaves Swami in depression only at his single mistake of not turning up for the match in time. Similarly Swami’s father and mother are inauthentic in the role of responsible father and mother. Mr. Ebenezar is another minor inauthentic character in the role of a teacher.
INTELLIGENT SECURITY SYSTEM USING IMAGE PROCESSING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dukka Bindu Venkata Raghav*, S.Pradeep Kumar Now a days, security systems are meant only for the purpose of recording the images like cc cameras or for giving some alerts to the security officers about the theft. But, they won’t take any action on the thief during the theft. This problem may be overcome by employing the enhanced security provided by the “INTELLIGENT SECURITY SYSTEM”, without any manual assistance. It will take the action directly on the thief during the theft in a fraction of seconds. Intelligent Security Systems are employed mainly for the MILLITARY ROBOTS to fight with the enemy person by automatically turning to the direction of the enemy and firing at him. They are also applicable in the MUSEUMS for high security.
Idiopathic Hypertrophic Osteoarthropathy published in

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Dr. A. C. Vaiera Manigandan, Dr. Swathy Moorthy, Dr. Manjunath IDIOPATHIC HYPERTROPHIC OSTEOARTHROPATHY also known as IDIOPATHIC PACHYDERMOPERIOSTITIS is a rare syndrome. It is characterized by the presence of periosteal inflammation and new bone formation, arthritis and clubbing of digits. Thickening of skin of the hands, forearm and legs as well as marked accentuation of facial folds is typical. This is a rare condition often mimicking some other well known conditions like acromegaly and the leonine fancies seen in leprosy. This case is unusual because of the lack of family history and the late age of presentation. A case of idiopathic pachydermoperiostitis of unknown etiology is rare, is reported.
DESIGN AND MODELING OF ACTIVE SUSPENSION SYSTEM FOR PID & FUZZY LOGIC CONTROLLERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ripujya Yadav*1 , M.Siva Kumar The body vibration by reverse dynamic efforts of the actuator based on controlled external source of energy. The system is shaped by implementation of PID and Fuzzy Logic Controller with primary gain setting and observed the performance of the both controllers for uncertain road trajectories. The effective parameters for investigating the performance measure of the system are vehicle body vertical movement, velocity and time to the regain stability. Basic PID and fuzzy logic controller’s efficiency is observed in various aspects, advantages and pitfalls of these control methodologies are studied. It has been observed the performance of PID controller is good for smooth road, but the uncertain road profile affects its performance while FLC achieved the better result by its vary- able adjustment ability.
AN ANALYSIS OF TAX BUOYANCY IN TURKEY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Sevda Akar, Ozge Uysal Sahin Tax Buoyancy which measures the effectiveness of tax system is the sum of the reactions in tax revenues (sum of the changes in tax revenues) to the changes in national income and the discretionary changes. In this study, the buoyancy of tax system in Turkey is analyzed with monthly data of centralized executive budget tax revenues and industrial production index (IPI) for the period of 2005 January to 2014 June by means of cointegration and error correction models. According to the results of the analysis, the tax system isn’t a good stabilizator in the short run, but the growth increment affects fiscal sustainability positively in the long run.
A study of Acute Pancreatitis , Diagnostic Modalities and Newer Guidelines published in

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Dr. Astha K. Trivedi, Dr. Divyeshkumar Chaudhari, Dr. Sourabh Damani BACKGROUND : Acute pancreatitis is a common and challenging disease that can develop both local and systemic complications which ranges from mild self limiting inflammation of pancreas to critical disease characterized by infected pancreatic necrosis, multiple organ failure, and a high risk of mortality AIMS AND OBJECTIVES 1. To study etiological factors and presentation of Acute Pancreatitis 2. To assess various investigations for diagnosis of acute pancreatitis and its complications. 3. Study of Newer Guidelines MATERIAL AND METHODOLOGY The analytical study of 25 cases of Acute Pancreatitis was done during April 2010 to December 2012 in patients of Sheth V.S. General Hospital ,Ahmedabad,Gujarat, India. OBSERVATION AND DISCUSSSION In our analytical study of 25 patients of acute pancreatitis, there is male preponderance, with maximum 18 patients (72%) are below 45 years of age. Alcoholism ranks first as the etiological factor 48% followed by 20% biliary tract disease. Among the male, alcoholism is the most common etiological factor, because addiction of it is more common in males, while biliary tract disease is the most common factor in female. Abdominal pain, vomiting, fever, abdominal distention are its common clinical symptoms RESULTS • Most of cases of acute pancreatitis (20 cases in our study)had self limiting course which were the cases of mild acute pancreatitis. Where as in 5 cases of acute severe pancreatitis with complication we had to explore • Newer guidelines has been presented in 2013 by American College of Gastroenterology which will help in better management of patients of Acute Pancreatitis
IN SILICO STUDIES FOR UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF LOVASTATIN-ONE DRUG MANY APPLICATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kudaravalli Sreedevi1*, Dr.J.Venkateswara Rao2, Dr. M.Lakshmi Narasu3. Lovastatin is a drug with host of biomedical applications. It is usually produced by the filamentous fungi as a secondary metabolite. Aspergillus terrus is widely studied for its production. The objective of the present article is to establish the biomedical role of lovastatin against the protein drug targets for Alzheimer?s disease, cholesterol synthesis, obesity and cancer. In this endeavor, the experiment proceeds in silico. The dock results were promising and confirm the lovastatin?s role for curing the diseases. It was observed that lovastatin proved to be excellent against cholesterol synthesis with the highest dock score of 52.242, followed by its action against obesity with 42.224. Nevertheless, lovastatin also establishes itself as a drug for Alzheimer?s and cancer with the dock scores of 41.919 and 35.5 respectively.
A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF SHILAJATU ON MADHUMEHA (DIABETES MELLITUS) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vandana Gupta*1, Bipin Bihari Keshari2, S. K. Tiwari3, K.H.H.V.S.S. Narasimha Murthy4 Madhumeha is one of the four types of Vatika Prameha characterised by passage of excessive quantity of urine having quality similar to madhu (polyurea & glycosuria) along with sweetness of whole body (hyperglycemia). While describing the pathogenesis of Madhumeha the Ayurvedic texts have explained the involvement of Ama (oxidative free radicals), Agni (digestive fire), Meda (adipose tissue) and Ojas (immunity), which play a vital role in the development and progression of madhumeha and its complication. The present study was conducted in 46 clinically diagnosed case of type-II diabetes mellitus with objective of clinical evaluation of drug Shilajatu in the management of type-II diabetes mellitus. Out of 46 registered patients only 40 patients turned up to complete follow up. Statistically highly significant result was observed in polyuria, polyphagia, polydipsia, weakness, burning & tingling sensation, joint pain, cramps, weight loss, loss of libido, fasting blood sugar, post prandial blood sugar, glycosylated heamoglobin and lipid profile.
AROMATHERAPY & BALENOTHERAPY: THE NATURAL DOCTORS FOR KEEPING COGNITION HARMONY BETWEEN SOUND HEALTH AND MIND published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen Recipient of K.K. Acharjee Award, Recipient of Jewel of India Award, Recipient of Rashtriya Vidya Saraswati Puraskar, Recipient of Rashtriya Vidya Jyoti Award and Gold Medal, Recipient of Life Time Achievement Gold Medal Award, Recipient of Eminent Educationist Award, Recipient of International Gold Star Award, Recipient of Vidya Ratan Award, Recipient of Gyan Jyoti Gold Medal Award, Recipient of Bharat Excellence Award & Gold Medal, Recipient of India Inspiration Award & Gold Medal, Recipient of Seva Chakra Puraskar, Recipient of American Order of Merit, Recipient of Golden Educationist of India Award, Recipient of NEHS Global Award of Excellence and Gold Medal of Excellence, Recipient of NEHS Jewel of Telengana Award and NEHS Medal of Excellence.
Performance Evaluation of (LIC) of India in Tiruchirappalli District published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. R. Natarajan, Dr. R. Sundararaman Insurance industries in India now a day have taken a giant shape especially after privatization and introduction of Insurance Regulatory & Development Authority (IRDA). Life Insurance Corporation of India is one of the most significant public sector which plays excellent job in selling its products. But since last few years it is facing tremendous competition as many private players have emerged. The idea behind this study therefore to know the growth and performance of LIC. The researcher is going to analyze the major source of income (Premium Earned) of the sampled unit, as well as the significant heads of expenses of LIC to measure the performance during the period of the study.
A Novel Approach to Optimize Overhead Internet Gateway for MANET published in

International Journal of Applied Science and Technology

Published by IIMT University,Ganga Nagar, Meerut-250001
Vikas Kumar, Niraj Singhal, Ravikant A Mobile Ad-Hoc Network (MANET) is a collection of mobile nodes (such as laptops, PDAs) forming an arbitrary networks without the support of any fixed infrastructure such as base station or access point. In MANET, each node functions as a router and forwards packets to other peer nodes. There is no fixed topology due to the node mobility, which results in interference, multipath propagation and path loss. Mobile nodes have constraints on battery power, computation capacity, bandwidth, and wireless channel leading to number of challenges while designing routing procedures. Determining viable routing paths and delivering messages in a decentralized environment where network topology fluctuates has always attracted the attention of researchers to design new and new mechanism to solve these problems. While the shortest path (based on a given cost function) from a source to a destination in a static network is usually the optimal route, this idea is not easily extended to MANET In this paper, the work proposed a stability aware of Optimized Overhead internet gateway discovery in Mobile Ad-hoc Network that is capable of predicting the stability (i.e., expiration time) of multiple routes. AODV then selects the route that minimizes hop count while staying available for the expected duration of packet transmission. The proposed protocol increases the successful packet transmissions with comparable route establishment and maintenance overheads. A new approach in Ad-Hoc on Demand Routing Protocol (AODV) is based on the prediction of future sleep times of mobile nodes (i.e., the times when mobile nodes’ Selective Forward techniques will turn Mobile Router Advertisement (MRA) their network cards). The goal of this approach is to introduce Optimized-Overhead awareness in routing decisions and thereby to increase the number of successful packet transmissions.
BABY FACE GENERATOR published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Shilpa Patil, Monica Valvi This paper having method of generating face of baby from two parent images. In thisface detection and facial feature marking are implemented first and then feature extraction was done to collect the useful information from each image. In feature marking only face was selected and remaining part was removed. After feature extraction, extracted features are combined and placed onto the base baby face at corresponding location.
Multimodality Sensor System for Sleep- Quality Monitoring? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ms. Snehal R. Sawale, Prof. Vijay S. Gulhane Multimodality is the mixture of textual, audio, and visual modes in combination with media and materiality to create meaning. The influence of sleep conditions to human health and performance is currently well known but still underestimated and monitoring devices are not widespread. This paper describes methodology and prototype design of a sleep monitoring. Sleep monitoring is an important issue and has drawn considerable attention in medicine and healthcare. Given that traditional approaches, such as polysomnography, are usually costly, and often require subjects to stay overnight at clinics, there has been a need for a low-cost system suitable for long-term sleep monitoring. In this paper, we propose a system using low-cost multimodality sensors such as video, passive infrared, and heart-rate sensors for sleep monitoring. We apply machine learning methods to automatically infer a person’s sleep state, especially differentiating sleep and wake states. This is useful information for inferring sleep latency, efficiency, and duration that are important for long-term monitoring of sleep quality in healthy individuals and in those with a sleep-related disorder diagnosis. Our experiments show that the proposed approach offers reasonable performance compared to an existing standard approach (i.e., actigraphy), and that multimodality data fusion can improve the robustness and accuracy of sleep state detection.
COMPARISON OF DEXMEDETOMIDINE AND CLONIDINE INFUSION ON HAEMODYNAMIC STABILITY OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY- A DOUBLE BLIND RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Ram Babu Sharma, Dr Nitin Johar, Dr Abhishek Choudhary, Dr Meenaxi Sharma, Dr Anumeha Jain -
DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF METFORMIN ORAL MUCOADHESIVE TABLETS: EFFECT OF POLYMERS ON EVALUATION PARAMETERS published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
M. Ravindra Babu*, M. Lakshmi Pravallika and Rekha Rani An attempt has been made to develop oral mucoadhesive tablets for a drug like metformin which shows antidiabetic action. Hydrophilic polymers like high viscous sodium alginate and low viscous sodium alginate were used in the preparation. By using these polymers six formulations of oral mucoadhesive tablets were formulated by wet granulation method. The prepared tablets were subjected for evaluation of hardness, weight variation, thickness, friability, swelling behavior, mucoadhesion strength, invitro release rate study. Formulation F2 containing more amount of high viscous sodium alginate is found to be optimized formulation. The invitro release of F2 formulation exhibits sustained release of metformin.
PRONIOSOMAL GEL FOR IMPROVED TRANSDERMAL DRUG DELIVERY: AN OVERVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Prashant G. Pandit*, Durgesh R. Parakh, Moreshwar P. Patil Human skin acts as one of the key sites for non-invasive delivery of therapeutic agents into the body and it has verious numerous advantages over oral drug delivery system.but the molecule or compound with high molecular weight(500 Da) can not cross the skin. For that compound reqires some novel techniques, methods to transfer these compound across the skin easily without any side effects. Vesicular system is one of the systems which have potential to transfer high molecular weight compound (hydrophilic as well as lipophilic) across the skin in control manner. But the major drawback of this system is their stability issue, and hence it can not prepare in large quantity both in laboratory scale and in industrial scale, it required some specific condition when formulation is concerned. Proniosomal is advanced concept over niosome and liposome, which have ability to overcome the problem associated with farmal vesicular drug delivery system. Basically, proniosomal gel is a compact semi-solid liquid crystaline (gel) product of non-ionic surfactants easily formed on dissolving the surfactant in minimal amount of acceptable solvent and the least amount of aqueous phase. This compact liquid crystalline gel can be readily converted into niosomes on hydration. This review provides an important overview of preparation, formulation, evaluation and application of proniosome gel as a drug carrier.
EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL STUDY OF MINIATURE VAPOR COMPRESSION CYCLE USING MICROCHANNEL CONDENSER published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Issam M. Ali Aljubury*, Ahmed Q. Mohammed, Marwa S. Neama Experimental study for miniature vapor compression cycle working at R-134a with 550 W cooling capacity, using microchannel condenser was presented. Microchannel condenser that used in this work made from aluminum, have 12 rectangular channel with hydraulic diameter 1.07 mm, and dimensions (25×11.8×2 cm) with 146 micro fins per tube. This unit consist of tiny compressor, microchannel condenser, and capillary tube and finned tube evaporator. System with microchannel condenser was analyzed. The variation of refrigerant-side heat transfer coefficient of condenser and compressor work were studied under the following key variables; ambient temperature increased from 30 to 40 oC. Load applied to evaporator increased from 100 to 300 W and evaporator fan velocity different from 4 to 5.5 m/s. Results showed that, increasing in ambient temperature lead to 31% reduction in heat transfer coefficient, and 19% increasing in compressor work. While increasing in evaporator load cause 4% decreasing in heat transfer coefficient, finally compressor work increased by 8.9%. This result have a good agreement with numerical data. The standard deviation was 8.4% for heat transfer, 6.9% for heat rejection.
Determination of Zinc and its association with Hormonal Alterations in Uterine Leiomyomas in Indian Women published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Hemlata Bagla1*, Soumya Nair1, Rakesh Sinha2, Parul Shah2 Zinc (Zn) is vital for many biological functions and critical to tissue growth. In the present work, it was sought to investigate the impact of Zn in initiation and progression of uterine leiomyomas (UL) and its possible association with hormonal alterations that occur thereafter. The Zn levels in 148 uterine tissues which includes 98 leiomyoma samples (intramural and subserosol leiomyoma samples) and 50 control samples of premenopausal women aged 20-50 years were analysed by Inductively Coupled Plasma – Atomic Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-AES) method. The blood samples drawn from above subjects were analyzed by Chemiluminescent Microparticle Immunoassay (CMIA) technology to estimate E2 level. The patient categorisation was done on BMI basis which showed a positive relationship with occurrence of disease. The results of analysed samples show significantly higher levels of Zn in the intramural leiomyoma tissues than subserosol leiomyoma and control samples. The statistical results obtained revealed that obese women showed higher Zn and E2 concentration than their counterparts. A positive correlation was found between the E2 level of the subjects and the Zn concentration in tissue samples. A case – control study was conducted to further evaluate the sociodemographic data obtained from patients. The altering levels of Zn identified in the present work may suggest an independent, positive association with risk for clinically detected UL.
A Study on Employee Morale in Exports of Private Limited at Bangalore” published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Prof. Dr.BALASUBRAMANIAN Abstract This research work is to identify the how positive uses include measuring employee needs, obtaining consumers’ opinions about the goods and services they receive, assessing employees’ attitudes about the workplace, determining employee morale and motivation, assessing turnover intentions, and generating new days of reducing costs and increasing profits of the organization. For this study, the simple random sampling method is to collect the primary data by using structured questionnaire and the data are analyzed by using statistical tools such as percentage method and chi-square test. Key words: identify, measuring, assessing, determining, generating
Effect of Changing Age Structure of India Especially Working Age Population on Economic Growth published in

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Priya Dwivedi, Jyoti Badge The development of any country is reflected in the growth of GDP, rise in literacy & employment levels, removal of poverty and inequalities. Population is a very important macroeconomic variable that plays a very significant contributor for the development and growth of the country. Recently India is tagged as one of the youngest nation of the world because of increasing size of persons in the working age bracket. The window of opportunity in India had already opened up in the recent past and now India is at the point of reaping the demographic dividend. Among the variety of other macroeconomic factors working age population is one factor that works towards the growth performance of the country. The present paper tries to analyse the effects of changing age structure of India especially working age population on its economic growth.
AN OVERVIEW OF CONVENTIONAL FLEXO PLATE MAKING & DIGITAL PLATE MAKING PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Arohit Goyat*1, Nishan Singh2 & Gurmeet Singh Flexography is a modern version of letterpress printing. This traditional method of printing can be used on almost any type of substrate, including corrugated cardboard, cellophane, plastic, label stock, fabric and metallic film. Flexography uses quick-drying, semi-liquid inks. In this new age of digital printing, flexography holds its own in the areas of large orders, particularly of packaging products and labeling. Flexographic printing uses flexible photopolymer printing plates wrapped around rotating cylinders on a web press. The inked plates have a slightly raised image and rotate at high speeds to transfer the image to the substrate. Flexography inks can print on many types of absorbent and non-absorbent materials. Flexography is well-suited to print continuous patterns, such as for gift wrap and wallpaper.
Corporate Governance: Initiatives & Challenges published in

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Manav Aggarwal E-governance is the continuous optimization of service delivery, constituency participation and governance. In recent times, the development of any country can be judged by the scope of E-Governance in that country. They also focus on initiatives adopted by the central government and states government. The purpose of this paper is to study the current status of e-governance in India and new initiatives taken by the government for e-governance. This paper also studies various challenges of e-governance which hamper the success of e-governance in India
Assessment of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Risk Factors in Local Population published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Javeria Saeed1, GhazalaYasmeen1, Anjumara Hasan2 & Ahmed Raheem Bakhsh3 Background The gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is defined as any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy. Risk management of GDM should be done at first prenatal visit. As it is the most common metabolic complication of pregnancy, the present study was focused on finding out the risk factors of GDM in local population. Method We evaluated the risk factors of GDM in 200 females who were randomly tested for GDM with 75 g Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) at 24–28th weeks of pregnancy. A detailed questionnaire was administered in this cross sectional study. Results The most commonly observed risk factor was family history DM,117 patients (p<0.001and odd ratio as 40.4 [17.4 to 93.6]), obesity,113 patients (P< 0.001, odd ratio as 4.5[2.2 to 9.2]), pregnancy related stress in109 (P< 0.001, odd ratio as 4.8[2.4 to 9.5]), anemia in 88 females (P=0.003, odd ratio as 3.5[1.5 to 8.0]), history of abortions,76 (P< 0.001), odd ratio as 2.9[1.59 to 5.34]). Furthermore, stress, hypertension, lack of exercise were significantly associated risk factors of GDM. Only 93 females who had fatigue during pregnancy (P=0.718 and odd ratio as 0.88[0.45 to 1.71]) had association with development of GDM that was statistically insignificant. Conclusion The most commonly occurring risk factor of GDM in our population were obesity, family history of diabetes, stress, hypertension and lack of exercise. Unusual association was observed between iron deficiency anemia and GDM.
THE INFLUENCE OF RETAIL SALES MIX AND BRAND ASSOCIATION TO CONSUMER PURCHASING DECISIONS AS WELL AS ITS IMPACT ON CUSTOMER VALUE published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Heni R.Iswati; Sri DjatnikaS.A; Rina Noviantyc The increasing development of factory outlets caused the increasingly sharp competition between clothing businesses and department stores. To be competitive, factory outlets sell complete products with ranges of well-known brands, both of export potential and import products. The study was descriptive and verificative. The research was done using the empirical research and survey methods with random sample techniques. The research sample size was 700 consumers of 100 factory outlets in West Java, Indonesia. Data collection techniques included interviews such as questionnaires and observation and Data analysis using Structural Equations Model (SEM) with Lisrel program. The results showed that the retail sales mix had a correlation with the brand association. The retail sales mix and brand associations have reciprocal relations in influencing purchasing decisions of consumers. Direct influence of purchasing decisions of consumers were greater than the direct influence of the retail sales mix and brand association to the value of the customer. Thus, the determination of the retail sales mix and brand associations have significant influences, whether simultaneously or partially, to consumer purchasing decisions and customer value of the factory outlets in West Java. Keywords: Retail sales mix, Brand associations, Consumer purchasing decisions, The value of the customer
Concept of APFC with reference to the energy efficiency published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Vishal Singhal Increasingly, Indian Industry is paying one of the highest power tariffs in the world. Countries in this club such as Germany and Italy have benefited from Automatic Power Factor control as a competitive edge. They are already global leaders in Automatic Power Factor Compensation (APFC) Capacitors and Panels. This paper is aimed at APFC users and takes a hands-on look at extending the lifetime payback of APFC equipment. The effects of Current, Voltage, Harmonics and Temperature and their interplay are discussed. These produce degradations in Capacitors and Contactors. Subtle problems go unnoticed since the equipment is operating silently in a corner, until a catastrophic breakdown occurs. This paper also discusses practical guidelines for panel designers and users. Peak Inrush Current limiting, forced cooling, Component specifications, component selection and the role of the APFC controller with its protective functions are examined.
Green Computing published in

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Santosh Kumar Green computing, the study of efficient and eco-friendly computing resources is under the attention of environmental organizations, and businesses from other industries. In recent years, companies in the computer industry have come to realize that going green is in their best interest, both in terms of public relations and reduced costs. This paper presents at several green initiatives currently under way in the computer industry, as well as issues that have been raised regarding these initiatives and presents a study with an example to learn more about the future of green computing.
IMPLEMENTATION PAPER ON COLLEGE TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BASED ON ANDROID BASED GPS SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENTLY LOCATE THE BUSES FOR STAFF & STUDENTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shubham Sethi*, Yash Udawat, Shreyas Gupta, Kshitiz Kesharwani How often do you find yourself in dilemma that the vehicle you want to catch is missed or where it is so that you can catch it again to have a perfect journey to your destination? So, this application program is designed to help you locate that particular vehi cle by just sending a message to the driver and you get an instant message. Of course, those other tasks sometimes need to take priority. Texting while driving can be dangerous, and this task of texting is hard task for the driver to stop everywhere and te xt to each and every one where he is. Fortunately, the catch fast app for Android makes texting possible even when you’re not available for texting. Our project ‘FAST - CATCH’ is a GPS based android application which helps the user to locate the vehicle by s ending just an SMS. The application tracks the current location of the user through the Google maps API and it provides this location to the message sender, sender can use this location to find out where the vehicle is even though he is not using any inter net connection. This projects overall gives the easier tool for finding out where is the position of the vehicle if he wants to catch it even if he is not carrying up a phone which is just capable of sending a message (SMS). It saves time and money. Textin g has become a common and very popular method of communicating with friends. Shooting off a quick text is much quicker and easier than calling, and it’s possible to text while distracted by other tasks.
FLUORESCENCE SPECTRA OF THE NOVEL COMPOUND 2’-CHLORO-4-METHOXY-3-NITRO BENZIL AND 2,2’-DICHLORO BENZIL AT ROOM TEMPERATURE IN DIFFERENT SOLVENTS published in

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G. Nithya, Charles C. Kanakam, R. Sudha Multiple emissions have been observed from 2’-chloro-4-methoxy-3-nitro benzil and 2,2’-dichloro benzil with polar and non polar solvents at room temperature. In non polar solvents, only trapped emission is observed whereas both excitonic and trapped fluorescence occur in polar aprotic solvents. The amount and wavelength of the emitted energy depend on both the fluorophore and the chemical environment of the fluorophore. The cis-skew to trans-planar photoisomerization of both the compounds 2’-chloro-4-methoxy-3-nitro benzil and 2,2’-dichloro benzil in the photoexcited state was in a series of normal solvents at room temperature. The solvent effects on the intramolecular charge transfer bands are discussed using the possible correlations (with advantages and disadvantages) between adsorption/fluorescence maxima and various solvent parameters. The intensity is found to exhibit variantly in different solvents. It is revealed that the compound exhibits different geometries in different solvents.
Asset Allocation of Portfolio Management published in

Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management

Published by Scitech Research Organisation
Dr M Moses Antony Rajendran This review article mentioned about introduction of asset allocation, assets allocation models, determination of asset allocation, portfolio management process, policy statement of asset allocation, return objectives and investment constraints, need for a policy statement, constructing a policy statement, preliminaries of financial plan, individual investor life cycle, life cycle investment goals and, conclusion of asset allocation.
FUZZY LOGIC CONTROLLED RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR EFFICIENT LOAD BALANCING IN CLOUD COMPUTING ENVIRONMEN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jahid Akhtar*, Prof. Rakesh Kumar Sanodiya, Dr. Ravi Singh Pippal This paper address the problem of managing cloud system, consisting a set of virtual machines (VMs), operating under dynamic workloads conditions. The objective of the paper is to find the best workload - VM pair in such a way to give a guarantee on his Quality - of - Services (QoS) and, at the same time, to minimize the energy consumption of the physical infrastructure running them. For that we propose a fuzzy controller, which is able to allocate the best VMs to each cl oud application in such a way that the minimum amount of physical capacity needed to meet its QoS requirements. In this way the VMs are dynamically selected hence the number of physical resources that needed to be active at any given instant of time is red uced in comparison to the statically provisioned systems. This reduces the energy requirement to run a given cloud workload. We implemented a prototype of our controller on CloudSim, and tested it over different load conditions in which we compare the prop osed technique against, state - of - the - art techniques. Experimental results show that proposed technique outperforms state - of - the - art techniques in terms of QoS and the amount of physical resources required
The Serotonin: A Piece of The Bone Integrity Puzzle? published in

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Mara Carsote The control of bone metabolism includes various molecules including a neural control. Among them serotonin has a dual behaviour. In the brain the monoamine acts as neurotransmitter and stimulates the bone formation by interacting with leptin, adiponectine, etc for the energy control and in the periphery induces bone loss. The gut derivate serotonin arrives via platelets to the bone, and its amount is controlled but serotonin trans-membrane transporters while the serotonin originating from the bone cells displays an autocrine skeleton control. The two antagonist bone effects of the 5-hydroxytriptamine are independently performed even the biochemically the molecule is the same, including signal transduction as CREB. Whether and when the bone integrity puzzle will be completely elucidated is it not known but the serotonin represents a piece in this puzzle.
The impact of the man-made river project in providing domestic water in Benghazi Plain, Libya published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G.S. MANSOR AND M.E. TORIMAN This article focuses on examining the contribution of the man-made river project (MMRP) – Water Transfer Project of Libya in providing domestic water in the plain of Benghazi, Libya. The MMRP documents literature reports and journals are the main sources of secondary data. Besides, this study applies a questionnaire survey carried out on July 2010 to a sample of 200 respondents in order to assess the role of the MMRP in providing the plain of Benghazi with potable and domestic water. The study compares the sources of potable and domestic water in the plain of Benghazi before and after the MMRP. The survey findings reveal that MMRP provides the plain of Benghazi with enough water for domestic use. About 87 per cent of respondents mentioned that the MMRP provided their needs of domestic water. The remaining 13 per cent of the respondent make a claim that the MMRP has not provided for their domestic water needs. However, it has not been able to provide enough potable water, as 69.5 per cent of respondents said that the MMRP did not provide enough potable water. Only 29.0 per cent mentioned that it could provide potable water.
A Study on Electricity Problem in Powerloom Units (Special Reference With Coimbatore District) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mr.V.Santhosh,Dr.K.Poorna The purpose of this study is to find out the electricity problem of powerloom units in Coimbatore district. A total number of customers taken for the study is 150 and statistical tools employed to analyze are percentage analyze. The powerloom sector has various areas of concern like the cost problem, weaving problem, no proper government support, etc., Many weavers have lost their sources of income and business due to shortage of power supply. There is also another important situation where often strikes take place and affect the powerloom sector.
IMPLEMENTATION AND STUDY OF BLDC MOTOR DRIVE SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amol R. Sutar * , G. G. Bhide, J. J. Mane The BLDC motor is an electronically commutated dc motor becoming very popular in many applications. There are various speed control methods used for BLDC motor. The performance of BLDC motor drives can be improved using sensored control t echniques over sensorless technology. This paper presents Brushless Direct Current motor drive system and its sensored speed control technique with PWM. Advantages and limitations of sensorless techniques are reviewed and then, sensored speed control tech nique is introduced with their advantages, performance analysis, practical implementation and applications. Torque and speed behavior during clockwise and anticlockwise motion, use of hall sensors to detect rotor position, speed control technique using PWM method are discussed in detail. Detailed hardware design its implementation and experimental results covered. This paper also covers performance analysis of BLDC motor using experimental results.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HARDINESS AMONG TEACHER TRAINEES IN RELATION TO GENDER published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Ms Sona Thakur, Dr. Jaya Chawla The present study attempted to explore whether male and female teacher trainees differ on Psychological Hardiness. The concept of hardiness focuses on the person that remain relatively healthy even after experiencing high amount of stressful life events. A sample consisting of 200 teacher trainees was taken from the Colleges of Education of Ludhiana district. Data was collected with the help of Singh Psychological Hardiness Scale (SPHS), (2007).On statistical analysis results clearly indicated that there exists a significant difference between male and female teacher trainees on the variable of psychological hardiness.
NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING : A CHAT BOT APPLICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Yadnyesh Dubla, Sweety Wade, Nagnath Ipper This paper presents the design and development of an intelligent chat bot with natural language processing. The paper presents a technology demonstrator to verify a proposed framework required to support such a bot (Spring framework). Communication structure uses wildfly server f or clients communication. By introducing an artificial brain, the web based bot generates customised user responses, aligned to desired character. Question asked to bot, and response is archived, improving the artificial brain capabilities for future gener ation of response.
REVIEW ON BEEKHE ANJBAR (ROOT OF POLYGONUM BISTORTA L.) WITH UNANI PERSPECTIVE AND MODERN PHARMACOLOGY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Danish Jahan1*, Wajeeha Begum2 and Mariyam Roqaiya1 Polygonum bistorta Linn is an incredible herb belongs to family polygonacae which comprises of 300 species spreading world widely, among these P.bistorta L is most imperative. It is commonly known as adder wort, snake root, bistort or dragon wort. Description of P.bistorta L present in Unani literature as anjbar which is well known for its haemostatic property and being used to control bleeding from any part of the body. Unani physicians were using beekhe anjbar as medicine which is the rhizome of P.bistorta L. Anjbar is cold and dry in temperament so it is astringent, although all parts of this plants are astringent but root of Anjbar is used as medicine to check bleeding. This article comprises the pharmacological properties of P.bistorta L with modern and Unani perspective.
Studies on nutrient use efficiency and water use efficiency of paprika (Capsicum annuum var. Longam) cv. KtPl-19 under drip fertigation published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G. SATHISH*, V. PONNUSWAMI1, M.S. MARICHAMY2, I. GEETHALAKSHMI3 AND K. SUNDHARAIYA4 Paprika (Capsicum annuum var. longam) is one of the important capsicum group known for its less pungency. Application of fertilizers through drip irrigation is known to play a vital role in enhancing the productivity and quality of many horticultural crops. In this view, studies on paprika (Capsicum annuum var. longam) were carried out at the College orchard, Horticultural College and Research Institute, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, during 2006-2009 to find out the effect of different sources and levels of potassium with reference to nutrient use efficiency water use efficiency. The experiment was conducted for two seasons viz., season I (June 2007- Jan 2008) and season II (July 2008- Feb 2009) to get the concurrent result. From the study, it was observed that the crop paprika responded well to the fertigation treatments. The result revealed that application of 100 % RDF as MAP, Multi-K and SOP recorded the highest nutrient use efficiency of 60.50 kg kg nutrient-1 and nutrient use efficiency of 37.71 kg ha-1mm-1.
DECISION MAKING IN HEALTH SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE: AN OVERVIEW REFLECTING INNOVATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES published in

Albanian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by GRIAS
Vjollca Qerimi Innovations and new health technology can significantly improve the clinical practice, health outcomes, and life expectancy. However, governments must make a decision about which intervention is of the best value,offers the best improvement in terms of health gain, fewer adverse events, and all of that in the frame of therestricted resources. Exploring the literature we can see that by using decision-making science and Healthtechnology assessment (HTA) a lot of countries had achieved the balance in the innovative health care world. Their approaches, framework, and development give us an insight of limitations and strengths that decision-makers and HTA agencies face to assess and optimize outcomes and the benefit-harm balance of new medicines and diagnostic tools. Bringing HTA in countries in development is also a concern that has economic and political restrictions and it raises a lot of questions and challenges for development of decision making sciences itself. Our findings suggest that within all the limitations and future challenges that are to come and even we do not have the perfect information, decision must be made. In most health care situations clinical and economic evidence must be extrapolated through time or space, transferred from one study to another, or combined and linked in a way that they can demonstrate a balance between the costs and consequences and capture the benefits of new technologies, overcome uncertainties, and recognize the value of innovation, all within the limits ofoverall health resources and constrained health budgets of the respective country.
Autogenous Shrinkage in High-Performance Concrete - A Review published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Salman Afzal, Khan Shahzada, Muhammad Ashraf, Bashir Alam, Kaffayatullah Khan This study has been performed to evaluate the potential merits and demerits of mitigation-strategies of Autogenous Shrinkage of High-Performance Concrete. The experimental evaluation of autogenous shrinkage strain and the limitations posed by the experimental setup are of prime importance to review. The different experimental techniques and materials proposed by researchers are critically evaluated and a synopsis is presented.
REAL - TIME FACE RECOGNITION USING EIGENFACES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Uzair Saeed*, Engr Asad Ullah, Zohaib Latif Access control systems are used to grant or deny the access to a person of a particular resource. There has been an enormous change in the trend of access control systems in recent times. Starting with the use of physical access control systems such as tok ens, passwords etc., for the identification of a person, the trend has swayed towards designing and deploying of access control systems which use biometric identification of individual persons, for the grant or denial of access to resources. Biometric identification methods use various sources like retina, fingerprint, DNA etc., Biometric sources can be classified into two, namely physiological and behavioral. The former includes face, fingerprint, hand, iris, DNA and the latter includes keystroke, sig nature and voice. The access control systems using these biometric sources fundamentally identify and recognize a particular personal trait of person and compare it with the information available to grant or deny access to such person who seeks to interact with such system. As amongst such biometric sources to develop reliable access control systems researches have shown overt interest in using the face of a person (face recognition). Such inclination of the researchers is due to the various strategic advan tages face recognition systems have like, its global application, wide and compatible collectability of data, cost effectiveness in implementation (for example existing surveillance cameras can be used to deploy such systems) when compared to other biomet ric methods and many more. The current project fundamentally aims at successfully designing and implementing a face recognition technology to develop an access control system. Out of the various available methods for developing a face recognition technol ogy such as Fishersface, Hidden Markov model, dynamic link matching, three - dimensional face recognition, Eigenfaces etc., this project adopts Eigenfaces method of face recognition to achieve such aim. The project fundamentally detects and identifies human faces that work as a biometric source. This project aims to provide solution for the development of face recognition system by assuming that, problems involved in developing such systems are intrinsically a two dimensional rather than a three dimensional. It basically identifies the face of a person in a face image and then identifies the specific characteristics of such face image, then compares such characteristics with an existing database containing specific characteristics of several faces of differen t individuals, to decide if the former matches with any of the existing faces in the database. Eigenfaces method is utilised to achieve the above result where, face image is projected onto a feature space that spans the significant variations among known f aces. The best variation among different images is calculated where during such calculation not exactly the facial features like eyes, nose, ears, etc., are classified. Instead it learns each face in an under constant observation as a whole.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ABOUT THE INTEROPERABILITY OF MULTIFACETED EMPLOYEES’ EMPOWERMENT published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anshika Juneja, Sachin Agarwal -
Rhizospheric effect of Endophytic Mycorrhiza and Trichoderma Viride on physiological parameters of Mentha Spicata linn. published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

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Aditya Kumar*, Chhavi Mangla**, Ashok Aggarwal*** and Vivek Srivastava**** ABSTRACT: A pot experiment was employed to examine the impact of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) fungi (Glomus mosseae and Acaulospora laevis) along with Trichoderma viride on Mentha spicata after 45 and 90 days of inoculation. Soil microbes’ effect on different physiological parameters was determined. The maximum stomatal conductance (morning and evening) was observed in the plants inoculated with G.mosseae plus T.viride after 45 and 90 days (102.3±0.45, 114.0±2.52; 134±2.00, 154.16±0.95). Likewise, higher phosphorus content in root and shoot was reported in inoculated plants over control. The total chlorophyll content was also found to increase in the plants treated with A.laevis (1.628±0.04) and G.mosseae (3.491±0.06) after 45 and 90 days respectively. The finding in the present work concludes that AM fungi along with T.viride influence the concentration of different physiological parameters. Keywords: M.spicata, Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi, G.mosseae, A.laevis, T.viride.
Bird pollination in Pagoda Lilly, Clerodendron Paniculatum published in

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Prasad. E. R, Sunojkumar P The family Lamiaceae is well known for floral peculiarities and pollination syndromes. Here we are describing about another floral syndromes of Lamiaceae. The Clerodendron Paniculatum is commonly known as pagoda lilly. The plant is well known for its beautiful flower and it is also used for many medicative purposes. Detailed studies were carried out on the flowering phenology and pollination studies. The flowering phenology observed as June- October. The sunbird Nectariania zeylonica one of the regular visitor of the plant and flower produce nectar for visitors. The long narrow tubed corolla highly suited for narrow beaked sunbird. The correlation between beak length (17-18mm) and corolla tube (18-19mm) is pointed out here. The potential pollinator was identified as sunbird N. zeylonica. The interesting feature of our study is that, absence of bee visitation. In the breeding analysis shows that plant is a fully cross pollinated species. The self pollination ( Autogamy) was carried out around 20 flowers and self pollination resulted in 0% fruit set. Open pollination in natural conditions resulted in 73% fruit set. Flower bud bagged by removing stamens and stigma resulted no fruit set (Apomixis). Manual pollinations using pollen from other flowers of the same plant resulted in 60% fruit set. Manual cross pollinations using pollen from flowers of different plant resulted in 65% fruit set.
Level of Knowledge on Effects of Consanguineous Marriage Among Adult Women. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ms. G. Nithya, Ms. P. Kavitha, Mrs. D. Geetha A descriptive study to assess the level of knowledge on effects of consanguineous marriage among the adult women in selected village. The objectives are to assess the level of knowledge of on effects of consanguineous marriage among the adult women, to find out the association between the level of knowledge on effects of consanguineous marriage and the selected demographic characteristics of adult women. The sampling technique is convenient sampling technique with the sample of 30 adult women and questionnaires were formulated, structured questionnaires were used to assess the knowledge. The variables were assessing the level of knowledge of adult women on effects of consanguineous marriage. Hypotheses were formulated. The level of significance selected was p<0.05. An extensive review of literature and guidance by experts formed the foundation to the development of structured questionnaires. The investigator used demographic variable proforma, structured questionnaires to collect data. The data collection tools were validated and reliability was established. The data collection for the main study was done. The collected data was tabulated and analyzed. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used. The mean value is 12.3 and the standard deviation is 2.34. The study show that 26.67% of the adult women having adequate knowledge, 50% of the adult women are having moderate knowledge and 23.33% of the adult women are having inadequate knowledge. So this study shows that the people who were living in north Mahabalipuram needs adequate knowledge regarding effects of consanguineous marriage and its prevention.
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE ESTIMATION OF PITAVASTATIN IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B.Thapaswini*, T.Rammohan Reddy, A.Ajitha, V.Uma Maheswara Rao Pitavastatin Calcium is a member of the medication class of statins. The IUPAC name (3R, 5S, 6E)-7-[2-cyclopropyl-4-(4-fluorophenyl) quinolin-3-yl]-3, 5-dihydroxyhept-6-enoic acid with molecular formula C25H24FNO4 (421.461).Pitavastatin completely inhibits HMG CoA reductase, the rate-determining enzyme in hepatic cholesterol synthesis. Consequently, LDL-C receptors in the liver are increased, thereby increasing the removal of LDL-C from the blood. The primary route of metabolism of pitavastatin was hepatic glucuronidation with minimal metabolism by cytochrome P450 2C9 (CYP 2C9) and CYP 2C8.It is being marketedunder license in South Korea and in India. It is likely thatpitavastatin will be approved for use in hypercholesterolaemia. Literature survey reveals that meloxicam is estimated individually by RP-HPLC, ,determination of impurity and assay by RP-HPLC, Stability indicating UPLC and HPLC, HPTLC and stablity indicating HPTLC,LC-MS/MS by using solid phase extraction Technique.
Performance and Emission Characteristics of Neem (Azadiracta Indica) Biodiesel in A Diesel Engine published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sriramajayam, S. A 3.7 kW diesel engine was fuelled with diesel and neem biodiesel blends and its performance and emission characteristics were studied. The parameters such as specific fuel consumption (SFC), brake thermal efficiency (BTE) and exhaust emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and oxygen were measured and compared with diesel. With 100% biodiesel, the SFC was 352, 323 and 299 g/kWh at 1.5, 2.0 and 2.5 kW load conditions. The increase in BTE of engine with neem biodiesel blends (B20 to B80) ranged from 0.16 to 2.3% higher than diesel fuel. The exhaust gas temperature increased with increase in loads and quantity of biodiesel in its blends. The CO2 emission from 100% biodiesel was slightly higher than that of diesel. The CO reduction and increase in NOx emission by biodiesel were 14 to 16% and 18 to 28% respectively as compared to diesel at tested load conditions.
comparative study of oral & vaginal Misoprostol in the management of missed abortions of late first trimester and early second trimester. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. B. Indira, Dr. U. Radha Lakshmi, This study is carried at Government General Hospital, Kurnool. The aim of the study is to compare the efficacy and safety of oral and vaginal misoprostol administration for termination of missed abortions of late first trimester and early second trimester pregnancies.
Relationship of Physical stress and hypertension among Cardiovascular Disease Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Safdar Ali1, Hamza Akhter1, Kisa Fatima Altaf3, Shamoon Noushad3, Naila Asghar4& Objective The aim of the study is to find out amount of physical stress among cardiovascular disease (CVD) patients and its relation with hypertension. Background Physical stress is defined as a pressure – force and strain a state of physical mental tension. Stress is among the mental factors that has for some time been recorded among the potential. Furthermore, essential hazard variables of hypertension and coronary illness. Methodology A cross-sectional study was conducted in the patients of department of Cardiology at tertiary hospitals, Karachi, from January 2014 to December 2014. Sadaf stress scale (SSS) 2.0 was used to find out the physical stress. Results It showed physical stress among CVD patients about n=39 (43.3%) have moderate physical stress. which was decreased over time after 5 year of illness as compared to the patient who have disease for less than 5 years. While systolic blood pressure among subjects with severe physical stress showed an average systolic B.P. of 147mmhg, moderate have 146mmhg and patients with mild physical stress have 135mmhg. Conclusion This report concluded moderate physical stress among CVD patients which was decrease over time due different coping mechanism and blood pressures are directly related to severity of physical stress mainly systolic which lead to hypertension.
Comparison of two physical therapy progra published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Antoaneta Dimitrova, Daniela Lubenova, Kristin Grigorova Petrova, Ivan Maznev, Milena Nikolova, Darina Zaharieva Aim: To study the effect of two physical therapy programs in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Material and Methods: 20 elderly patients with Parkinson’s disease divided in two groups participated in 25 exercise sessions. Group A performed exercises in open kinetic chain. Group B performed exercises in closed kinetic chain. Results: Stage of the disease, motor ability, activities of daily living, cadence for 10 meters, and postural stability have been studied before and after therapeutic exercise course. In the patients of both groups a significant improvement was observed. In group A better results were shown in daily activities and motor ability, Group B improved more significantly static balance and gait. Conclusion: Both PT methods ensured beneficial effect in all patients.
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Algerian Business Performance Review ABPR

Published by University Kasdi Merbah Ouargla
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SCHELLING, NIETZSCHE E A ARTE TRÁGICA: AFINIDADES ENTRE FILOSOFIAS AFIRMATIVAS published in

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Victor Hugo Mazia This article intends to show Schelling’s and Nietzsche’s interpretations about the tragic art. Before these two philosophies attempts to approach some coinciding points between the two philosophers. On the one hand, Schelling cares to overcome the dichotomy freedom/needs so that he is able to affirm the freedom. On the other hand, Nietzsche aims to overcome the pessimism and, after that, affirm the life. Therefore, it is remarkable the fact that the two philosophers find, in tragic art, a path extremely positive, because both authors promote an overcome and affirmation.
Application of Grade Ii Braille Among Visually Impaired Students Studying in Inclusive School published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. G. Victoria Naomi, Ms. V. Vimala Braille is the internationally recognized reading and writing system for the blind and partially sighted people. Braille is not a language, it is another way to read and write a language. Grade I Braille is typically used only by those who are new to learning the Grades of Braille. In Grade II Braille, a cell can represent a shortened form of a word. Many cell combinations have been created to represent common words. There are part-word contractions, in which a single cell represents an entire commonly, used word. For reducing space and increasing reading speed Grade II Braille should be used. Hence the study was conducted with the objectives of identifying English Braille readers in the inclusive schools and comparing the mean reading speed before and after introduction of Grade II Braille. Among the 35 students identified, only 10 students were reading English Braille. After two months intensive intervention, the students learnt the Grade II Braille and improved their reading speed and reduced their reading errors.
The Great Trial of Mohandas K.Gandhi published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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Harmik Vaishnav The famous speech delivered by Mohandas K. Gandhi, the father of the nation on March 23, 1922 in the court defending his beliefs is a historical speech from the context of the study of freedom movement of India, law and leadership. The speech is a classic study rather a microcosm of the vision, strategy and thought process that led to the birth of a nation and it tells about the brain behind it which was one of the most visionary and opulent brains. The article strives to study deliberate upon the mettle b ehind one of the greatest humans and leader the world has seen: his in - depth insight into human psychology, civilization, economics, machinery of justice and political influence which ultimately envisioned the making of a great nation. It also throws light on the aspect or moral courage, obedience to morality than law and the ultimate target of law: to uphold morality and goodness for the masses. The article also deliberates on how The Father of the Nation He truly built the soul and structure of a nation which would take rapid strides and the strides would be firmer and the progress sustainable if his ideals are put into practice wherever possible and at as many fronts as possible.
The Relationship between the Presence of Enterotoxin Type B Gene and Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus published in

Journal of Applied Biotechnology Reports

Published by Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences
Ali Choopani, Mohammad Heiat, Elham Amini, Mojtaba golpuch, Hossein Aghamollaei Staphylococcus aureus is a hazard to human health since they can cause a wide variety of hospital-associated infections ranging from minor skin infections to post-operative wound infections and food poisoning which produces many different virulence factors, including enterotoxins (SEs). Although studies have been done regarding the difference between virulence factors of sensitive strains and resistant to antibiotics, the aim of this study was to investigate this topic in different patients. This cross-sectional study was performed on 100 patients admitted to a hospital in Tehran. After preparing of wounds samples, antibiogram study was done by disc diffusion method and prevalence of staphylococcal enterotoxin type B or seb gene was confirmed by Polymerase Chain Reaction. Data was analyzed using SPSS 17 software. Results showed that the highest percentage of isolates with positive seb gene is about 7% which related to amoxicillin (6.6%), penicilline and cotrimoxazole (6.5%). More than 90% of isolate are resistant to amoxicillin, penicillin and cotrimoxazol. According to results, a significant relationship between seb gene and resistance to related antibiotics was not observed.
A Study on Work Environment in Tea Industry with reference to Nilgiri District published in

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S.Mohan, Dr.P.R.Muthuswamy The tea industry in India is with different scales of operation like. micro, small, medium and large. All these are directly or indirectly holding its own shares towards the development of the economy. India gets foreign exchange in an incremental manner on account of tea exports on one side. On the other hand, the tea industry of the country is not paid more attention by the government towards work environment and labour management. Therefore, majority of the tea industry are still unorganized. At this point of time, an attempt has made by the researcher to analyze the work environment of tea industry so as to offer suggestions to improve the industry. The tea industry in India is with different scales of operation like. micro, small, medium and large. All these are directly or indirectly holding its own shares towards the development of the economy. India gets foreign exchange in an incremental manner on account of tea exports on one side. On the other hand, the tea industry of the country is not paid more attention by the government towards work environment and labour management. Therefore, majority of the tea industry are still unorganized. At this point of time, an attempt has made by the researcher to analyze the work environment of tea industry so as to offer suggestions to improve the industry.
Forecasting Analysing of Time Series Vital Statistics Crs Data of Delhi published in

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Hemant Kumar The main focus of this my research work is the analysis of major vital statistics i.e. ‘Live Births’, ‘Deaths’ and ‘Infant Deaths’ of Delhi on the basis of secondary data collected from website of Delhi Govt by Civil Registration of Births and Deaths during the years 2003-2012 and forecasted for the next three years with usual validation . The work has tried to analyse and evaluate the trend of live births, total deaths and infant deaths. The high number of infant deaths is a major cause of concern and so is the high ratio of total deaths to infant deaths. Also, Birth order statistics are important for measuring the progress and effectiveness of family welfare activities. Data was studied on the basis of gender to analyse the figures of live births and infant deaths in greater detail. The attempted had made to derive a trend and estimate the future figures of live births, total deaths as well as infant deaths that help in the better plan and policy formation in the above mentioned fields with usual interpretations. The method of Regression analysis was the best fit forecast the data however the time series data doesn’t follow any particular trend and irregular fluctuations has been observed in demographic of Delhi as recorded (CRS) key vital indicators.
ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANTIHYPERLIPIDEMIC EFFECTS OF DIASHIS, A POLYHERBAL FORMULATION, IN STREPTOZOTOCININDUCED DIABETIC MALE ALBINO RAT: AN APPROACH THROUGH TOXICITY STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tushar Kanti Bera, Kishalay Jana, Soumyajit Maity, Abhinandan Ghosh, Sanjit Kumar Kar, Debidas Ghosh* To investigate the mode of antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic activity of Diashis, in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic male albino rats. Hyperglycemia was induced by single intramuscular injection of STZ at the dose of 4 mg / 0.1 mL of citrate buffer (pH 4.5) / 100 g body weight. For acute toxicity evaluation of Diashis, the formulation was administered orally at the doses ranging from 2.5, 5, 10, 20, 40, 80, 160, 320 mg / 100 g body weight. Significant diminution in the activities of hepatic hexokinase and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase along with elevation in glucose-6-phosphatase were noted in STZ-induced diabetic animals. Levels of fasting blood glucose (FBG), glycated hemoglobin (HbA1C), serum lipid profiles were elevated significantly (P<0.001) along with the diminution in serum insulin level in STZ-induced diabetic animals. Above mentioned parameters were recovered significantly (P<0.01) towards the control level after treatment of Diasihs for 30 days at the dose of 5 mg / 0.5 ml distilled water / 100 g body weight / rat / day at fasting state to diabetic animals. In an acute toxicity study, there was no toxic symptom up to the dose level of 320 mg / 100 g body weight. From these results, it may be concluded that Diashis at the dose of 5 mg / 100 g body weight is safe for long term treatment for diabetic protection.
ASSESSMENT OF TT3, TT4 AND TSH PROFILE IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE CONDITION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
V. Bhavani* and V. Bhagyalakshmi1 Kidney normally is an important physiological part in the metabolism, degradation, and excretion of several thyroid hormones. It is an obvious fact that impairment in the kidney function leads to disturbed thyroid physiology. Our prime aim of the present study is to check the variations in the TT3, TT4 and TSH levels in uremia patients on regular hemodialysis and conservative treatment. The study was conducted in hospitals around Vijayawada, India. Fourty patients with no previous history of thyroid dysfunction and with varying grades of chronic renal failure were included in this study. Twenty patients were on conservative treatment and the remaining twenty patients who also had severed renal failure were on regular hemodialysis treatment (RDT). Twenty healthy peopl e we r e chos en to s e rve a s cont rol group wi th no previous history of thyroid dysfunction. In conclusion the abnormalities in thyroid function tests, including low TT3 and TT4 values are often observed in clinically euthyroid patients with chronic renal failure, these abnormalities do not appear to change significantly after the institution of regular dialysis.
Nutrient Uptake and Productivity Pattern in Wheat Under Populus Deltoides Based Agrisilviculture System published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Alka Mishra N, P and K uptake and productivity of wheat were studied under five promising clones (G3, G48, 65/27, D121 and S7C1) of Populus deltoides in agrisilviculture system. The yields were highest in sole wheat and reduced under poplar clones from 15 to 30.3% and from 22.7 to 42.5%, respectively. The reduction of wheat yields in different clones was in the order: G3
Promotion of Digital Library Collections to Digital Users A New Trend in Digital Era published in

International Journal of Technology Management and Humanities

Published by ijtmh
Kunwar Abhishek P. Singh As technology advances, more and more libraries are beginning to offer digital collections. So far, the majority of promotion for these collections has relied on traditional physical marketing. However, the advances in technology also create new demographics of online patrons, such as digital immigrants and natives. Libraries must begin to target promotions at this demographic of users, or risk losing them to the internet at large. As people plunge headfirst into the world of the internet and Web 2.0, they immerse themselves in online technology. Nowadays people buy groceries online, text message mom to say they’ll be home late from school, and post baby pictures online to share with grandma. More and more people rely on the internet and digital resources to conduct their everyday business.
Preliminary modeling of the time variation of the monthly means of some climatic parameters in some localities of Chad published in

Asian Journal of Science and Technology

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Njipouakouyou Samuel In this paper we investigate the best fitting formulas of the time variation of the monthly means of some climatic parameters in the localities of Moundou, N’djaména, Pala and Sarh in the southern part of Chad. We have obtained that the insolation can be fitted by a quadratic function while the minimal, normal and maximal temperatures, minimal and maximal relative humidity of the air can be fitted by cubic functions. The degree of fitness of the empirical formulas generated by their...
The Effects of Board Diversity on Intellectual Capital Performance: An Empirical Study from Knowledge-Intensive Companies in Indonesia published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Imas Komala Fuad This study aims to investigate the effect of board diversities to the intellectual capital performance by also testing the board meetings effectiveness. Using the data from knowledge-intensive companies from 2012-2015, we found that board meetings effectiveness increase the positive effects of board diversities (i.e. gender, educational level, nationality and the extent of board independent) to the intellectual capital performance except nationality diversity. We however, cannot provide convincing evidence that nationality diversity affect the intellectual capital. The implications of our study indicate that corporate governance structure, particularly regarding the companies’ oversight function, have an important roles in enhancing the intellectual capital performance.
Fraser Syndrome in Three Consecutive Siblings : A Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr.Shivaprakash N C, Dr.Uday Shankar S Fraser syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive multisystem disorder characterised by features such as cryptophthalmos, syndactyly, congenital malformations and abnormal genitalia. We report a case and its two elder siblings who had multiple congenital anomalies and clinico radiological features consistent with Fraser syndrome.
Multi-Agent System: A Recent Trend in Control Engineering published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Rakesh B. Patel Multi-agent control (MAC) is a new approach to control systems comprised of interacting autonomous agents. The MAC promises to have far-reaching effects on the way that businesses use computers to support decision-making and researchers use electronic laboratories to do research. Some have gone so far as to contend that MAC is a new way of designing control applications. Computational advances make possible a growing number of agent-based applications across many fields. This paper describes the foundations of MAC, identifies MAC toolkits and development methods illustrated through some applications review.
Ethical Values for Library Professionals published in

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M. P. Raina Ethics has been gaining attention of academicians and researchers around the globe. Ethics has its application in all fields and library and information professionals are required to abide by ethics as well. These professions are required to perform their duties in an ethical manner for the well being of all those who are directly and indirectly associated with them. In fact, many organisations of Library and Information professionals have adopted codes of professional ethics. Such codes of professional ethics provide library and information professionals with guiding principles and norms to face ethical dilemmas or obtaining solutions to various problems. Ethics of library professionals includes: fairness, truthfulness, transparency, accountability and responsibility of these professions towards themselves, users, organisation/institution, peers and society as well. Ethical behaviour increases the images of these professionals along with the organisation/institution. Various codes have been formulated in different countries and their successful implementation is the need of the hour. The aim of this paper is to explore the various ethical values to be followed by the library and information professionals.
Effects of High Altitude Training on Selected Physical and Physiological Variable Samong College Level Middle Distance Runners published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Mr.Bobu Antony, Dr. A.Palanisamy The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of High altitude training on selected physical, physiological variables among college level middle distance runners. To achieve this purpose of the study, thirty athletes were selected from various colleges in Idukki district, Kerala, India. The subject age range between 18 to 23. The selected subject were divided into two groups of fifteen each, Group I underwent high altitude training programme and Group II acted as control group they did not participate in any special training apart from their regular curriculum oriented activities. The selected physical variables such as endurance,explosive power were measured by Cooper 12 minutes run/walk test and standing broad jump. In physiological variables respiratory rate were measured by using expirograph and vital capacity was measured by using wet spirometer. The data were collected at prior and immediately after the training programme for each criterion variables. Analysis of covariance (ANACOVA) was applied to analyse the data. In all the case, 0.05 level of confidence was fixed to test the significance. The result of the study shows selected variable were significantly improved due to the high altitude training programme.
PREVALENCE OF MALARIA IN TEHSIL (AHMAD PUR EAST) OF DISTRICT BAHAWALPUR, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Nuzhat Sial1, Khalid Javed Iqbal1, Sobia Malik1, Khusnood Haider1, Saima Hashim1, Hafsa Iqbal1 This study was conducted to investigate the incidence of malarial infections in human population in Tehsil (Ahmad Pur East) of district Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. Malarial parasites were identified in the blood slides of suspected patients of the disease from July, 2012 to June, 2013. Out of 1295, 23 (1.78%) in Ahmad Pur East were found to be positive for malaria parasite in blood smear slides. Out of positive cases, 13(56.52%) were identified as Plasmodium vivax infection, 10 (43.48%) cases with P. falciparum in Ahmad Pur East. Infection with P. vivax in male was 66.66% and in female was 45.45% whereas infection of P. falciparum in male was 33.33% and in female was 54.55% in Ahmad Pur East. There was no case of Plasmodium malariae and P. ovale infection observed in the present study. It seems that there is no association between types of infection and age groups. Therefore, it can be concluded that the incidence of any type of infection can happen to person of any age group independently.
Effect of pre-harvest foliar application of potassium sulphate on storability of ber (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAJIVE KUMAR*, M.K.SINGH1 AND MAHAVIR SODHI2 An experiment was conducted to study the effect of potassium sulphate (0.5%, 1%and 1.5%) sprayed at fruit set and one month after fruit set. Various concentration of potassium sulphate was applied through spray and fruits were harvested after maturity. Uniform size fruits were packed in card board boxes without paper lining and cushioning material and stored at room temperature. Physiological loss in weight increased with increase in storage period in all the treatments up to 8th days. Maximum PLW(Physiological loss in weight) was observed in control fruits after 8th day of storage and minimum PLW was observed in fruits sprayed with 1 per cent potassium sulphate at one month after fruit set.
Design and implementation of a novel WAMPAC system for power network published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Rajprasad R S The proposed module is an innovative version, which is developed to prove as an effective alternative model to the existing modules of Phasor Measurement Units (PMU), ensuring feasible and reliable operation at very low design cost. The intricate design and circuitry involved in the WAMPAC systems are replaced with a cost-effective equivalent module for distribution feeders. Remote monitoring and control of the system is effectively designed so as to reduce the involvement of manpower and ease the outlook of complexity in power system protection.
Making Right to Education a Reality For Indian Children published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jacquline Marie Longina D “Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another” –G.K.Chesterton Education is very important among all of us. It’s the education which transforms a person to live a better life and more importantly in a socially well being. It educates us with all the needed attributes in leading our life in a proper lifestyle. Education does make a remarkable effect on one’s personality. Education is the one which provides us the thrust in getting ahead and doing something constructive in our near future. Education involves gathering of knowledge in whatever aspects. It helps a person to draw the best out of their mind and spirit. It plays a vital role in the personal growth and the social development among all of us. It imparts us with all the power and necessities in making a noticeable mark in any of the field. It becomes a quite challenging factor among many of the developing countries in spreading the awareness of education. But, in spite of that, we can hear a number of cases where almost all the people get the privilege to get educated provided by the governing bodies, which is indeed a positive sign. On account of the high importance of education among everyone, steps taken by respective governing bodies have eventually led a high literacy rate among many regions. It is on imparting education among all by which one can learn to get civilized and leading their life in a healthy way. Every child between the ages of 6 to 14 years has the right to free and compulsory education. This is stated as per the 86th Constitution Amendment Act added Article 21A. The right to education act seeks to give effect to this amendment. The government schools shall provide free education to all the children and the schools will be managed by school management committees (SMC). Private schools shall admit at least 25% of the children in their schools without any fee. The National Commission for Elementary Education shall be constituted to monitor all aspects of elementary education including quality. Education is one of the most powerful instruments for reducing poverty and inequality. Education is equally key to enhance India’s competitiveness in the global economy. Therefore, ensuring access to quality education for all, in particular for the poor and rural population, is central to the economic and social development of India. This paper traces the importance of education for children and presents a critical appraisal of the same. The authors also present suggestions to make right to education a reality for Indian children.
Ectopic Sinonasal Meningioma -A Case Report published in

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Dr. S. Zafar Abbas, Dr. Rehan N Khan Meningiomas are relatively common intracranial neoplasms, but they are rarely seen in extracranial locations. Sinonasal tract meningiomas are uncommonlesions. The clinical and radiographic features ofthese tumors are nonspecific. We are presenting a case of such a rare tumor in a female patient with orbital and intracranial extension.
REMOVAL OF Cr (VI) FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING GRANULAR ACTIVATED CHARCOAL PREPARED FROM CORDIA MACLEODII TREE BARK AND SURFACE MODIFIED GRANULAR ACTIVATED CHARCOAL: A COMPARATIVE STUDY VIA SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Atul K. Wanjari*, Umesh E. Chaudhari Granular Activated Charcoal (GAC) was prepared by using Cordia macleodii tree bark and was tested for the removal of Chromium (VI). All the experiments were carried out in batch process. To enhance its metal ions adsorption capacity, activated carbons were impregnated with the chelating agents like sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS), sodium dodecyl benzeneulfonate (SDBS) and Dioctyl sulfosuccinate sodium salt ( DOSS) and were tested for the removal of Chromium (VI). Adsorption isotherms of Chromium ions in aqueous solution have been experimentally measured on both modified and unmodified charcoal. Effects of adsorbent dose, pH, contact time, initial concentration and temperature were investigated on removal of Chromium (VI). Adsorption was confirmed by SEM - EDAX and FTIR morphological analysis. The adsorption data were fitted well by Langmuir adsorption isotherm. Approximately 96.54% of hexavalent Chromium was remo ved at pH 2 within 3 hr. It was found that chemically modified GAC with chelating agents demonstrated better Chromium (VI) removal capabilities as compared to pure adsorbents in terms of their adsorption rate. On the basis of present studies, it can be con cluded that granular activated charcoal impregnated with chelating agents has a higher Chromium (VI) adsorption capacity.
ECOLOGICAL INTELLIGENCE OF COASTAL COMMUNITY ON BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION (Case Study of Bajau Coastal Communities, Gorontalo) published in

Jurnal Metamorfosa, Journal of Biological Sciences

Published by Master of Biology of Udayana University
Ramli Utina Human behavior is a part of the ecological system, therefore overcoming the ecological crisis and living resources need to explore human traditions, way of life and human behavior toward natural resources. Understanding and translation of human harmonious relationship with all elements along with other living beings is a form of human ecological intelligence. The objective of this study was to describe the traditions and coastal communities behavior that contains the value of ecological intelligence in coastal biodiversity conservation. The study was based on observation, focus group discussion and identification of Bajau coastal community tradition in their lives and livelihoods on fishing, as well as the behavior toward biological resources. Bajau coastal communities settled in three villages in Pohuwato regency, Gorontalo. There are two themes that contains the value of ecological intelligence of Bajau communities in the conservation of biodiversity, namely; mamia kadialo in tradition of fishing, and fishing behavior. The prohibition in the tradition of mamia kadialo contains the value of conservation of biodiversity. Usage of simple equipment on fishing activities provide a positive ecological consequences for the conservation of coastal biodiversity.
Development of Quality Circles in an Organisation (A Case Study in Machine Shop of Tool Room, Indore) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Devendra S. Verma, F. William Baskar Dikroos The present study/paper deals with various aspects of Quality Circle and how the productivity is to be improved by adopting quality circle in tool room, machine shop and related industries. The paper describes a case study of development of quality circle in a machine of tool room, Indore. The paper also presents comprehensive discussions of various features quality circle, improving the productivity, motivation towards work and the problem solving techniques.
ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF HERITIERA FOMES LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bhupendra Nath Dwivedy* , Prashant Dabral, Rajeev Kumar Antioxidants have been widely used in the food industry to prolong shelf life. However, there is a widespread agreement that some synthetic antioxidants such as butyl hydroxyl anisole and butyl hydroxyl toluene (BHA and BHT, respectively) need to be replaced with natural antioxidants because of their potential health risks and toxicity. Thus, the search for antioxidants from natural resources has received much attention, and efforts have been made to identify new natural resources for active antioxidant compounds. Phenolic natural products such as flavonoids are of particular interest because of their antioxidant activity through scavenging oxygen radicals and inhibiting peroxidation. Antioxidants that scavenge free radicals play an important role in prevention of cardiovascular disease, aging, cancer, and inflammatory disorders.
Relationship Between Parents’ Socio-Economic Status and Students with Disabilities’s Acadmic Performance in Junior Secondary Schools in Owerri Education Zone 1 of Imo State of Nigeria published in

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JOACHIM, C. O. , ESKAY, M., The study was aimed at establishing the relationship between parents’ socio-economic status and students with disabilities’ academic performance in Junior Secondary School. The target population was the entire 65 public Junior Secondary Schools in Owerri Education Zone I with an aggregate of twenty-one thousand five hundred and thirty-eight (21,538) students. The sample was made up of one thousand one hundred (1,100) Junior Secondary class two (JSS2) students from fifteen (15) Junior Secondary Schools in Owerri Education Zone I. Correlation research design was used for the study. The parents’ socio-economic parameters used for assessment were parents’ income, educational attainment/level, area of residence and family structure. Data were collected from the students’ academic records and the parents’ socio-Economic status relationship with Students’ Academic Performance (PSERWAP) questionnaire. The instrument was validated by three experts; two from Guidance and Counselling and Special Education and one from Measurement and Evaluation department of faculty of Education University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The reliability coefficient of 0.89 for the instrument was established using Cornbach alpha. Data collected were analyzed using Pearson Moment correlation coefficient. It was found that parents’ income, area of residence and family structure positively correlate with children with disabilities’s academic performance. The relationship is also significant at P<0.05. However, the study found that there is a non-significant positive relationship between parents’ educational level and their children’s academic performance at P<0.05. Based on the findings of the study, some recommendations that could improve the academic performance of students with disabilities were made.
Preparation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Hair Oil published in

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Analysis

Published by Innovative Publication
X. Fatima Grace, S. Rahul Raj, S. Shanmughanathan, D. Chamundeeshwari Mankind use various products to enhance beauty and elegance to look young and charming. Cosmetics thus play a vital role in human life. Now a days, herbal cosmetic are widely used because of the belief that they have fewer side effects and better safety. Hair is one of the primary parts of the body which acts as a protective appendage. The objective of the present work is to develop a hair oil for general purpose (daily use) using various herbs. The formulated oil was evaluated for its organoleptic properties, acid value, saponification value, refractive index, pH etc. All the parameters were found to be good and within the standards.
Classification of Literary Theories----in Terms of the World the Text Engages With. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Tribeni Mandal This paper in its present form will discuss the concept of the classification of literary theories in terms of whether they stress the reader, the author, the text itself, or the world the text engages with. It will try to deal with a familiar theory and demonstrate how it emphasizes one of the above four elements; by applying the theory to a literary text.
SEROPREVALENCE OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS ANTIBODIES AMONG HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN GEZIRA STATE, CENTRAL SUDAN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Abu Algasim E. Abd Alla1, Altayeb A. Altayeb1, Mohammed A. Alshareef1, Mohammed S. Elboni1, Salah Eldin Ali1, Khalid O. Abosalif1, Waled A. Ahmed2, Khalid E. Khalid2, Haitham E Elawad1* and Ehab I. El-Amin2 Objective: To investigate the seroprevalence of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) antibodies among hemodialysis (HD) patients in Gezira State, Central Sudan. Design and Methods: Across sectional study was conducted at Gezira Hospital for Renal Diseases and Surgery (GHRDS) in 93 hemodialysis patients. Indirect Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) was used to investigate anti-CMV IgM and IgG. Structured questionnaire was used to gather sociodemographic data. Results: In hemodialysis patients, the positivity for anti-CMV IgM and anti-CMV IgG were found in 45.2% (42/93) and 95.7% (89/93) respectively. The number of hemodialysis patients subjected to blood transfusion and previous surgery were 79 (84.9%) and 42 (45.2%) respectively. The percentage of anti-CMV IgM and anti-CMV IgG were 45.6% and 97.5%; 47.6% and92.9% amonghemodialysis patients received blood transfusions and subjected to previous surgery respectively. Conclusions: The prevalence of CMV infection among hemodialysis patients in Gezira state appears high. Blood transfusion was found to play a major risk factor predisposing to CMV infection.
HYPOTHYROIDISM – A SILENT PHENOMENON published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rai Amit Kumar1* and Deepshikha2 Hypothyroidism is a commonly prevailing disorder in adult Indian population. It is second only to diabetes mellitus as the most common endocrine disorder. It is a clinical syndrome resulting from deficiency of thyroid hormones due to their insufficient synthesis which in turn results in a generalized slowing down of metabolic processes. It is characterized by a broad clinical spectrum ranging from an asymptomatic or subclinical condition with normal levels of T4 and T3 and mildly elevated levels of serum TSH to an overt state of myxedema, end-organ effects and multisystem failure. The symptoms of hypothyroidism are notorious for their non-specific nature and for the way in which they mimic many symptoms of other diseases. So it often remains undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. The analysis of the pathogenesis and manifestations of hypothyroidism in the light of Ayurvedic principles showed that hypothyroidism occurs due to dysfunction of Agni (entity essential for digestion and metabolism). The modern treatment of hypothyroidism is Levothyroxine sodium but it has certain side-effects on long term use. So, there is a great need to find out a safe and effective remedy which not only relieve symptoms but also increase in sense of well-being leading to better compliance. It can be traced from unsheathed treasure of Ayurveda.
Scale for measurement of the possibility of occurrence of constipation published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
D.T. KHOGARE AND B.T. KOLGANE Constipation appears to be the most common cause of disability in many parts of world. Scientific evidences today support the concept that constipations have their roots in our daily diets. In recent years researchers have focused attention on dietary aspects of the above disease. Hence, presence study was undertaken with an objective to develop scale for measure possibility of occurrence of constipation. For present investigation the methodology followed was collection of statements, editing and pre-selection of items, selection of items, item analysis, testing the validity and reliability of scale etc. As the scale was found to be reliable and valid, the developed scale served as a scientific tool for the measurement of possibility of occurrence of constipation
Sıddık BAYSAL, Kur’an’da ve Tefsirlerde Yönetsel Kavramlar- I Ulu’l-Emr Kavramı, published in

Tasavvur / Tekirdag Theology Journal

Published by Tekirdag Namık Kemal University Faculty of Theology
Murat BIYIKLI Sıddık BAYSAL, Kur’an’da ve Tefsirlerde Yönetsel Kavramlar- I Ulu’l-Emr Kavramı, Bilge Matbaacılık, Ajans ve Reklamcılık, 1. Baskı, Ankara 2016
Measurement and study of radiation levels and its effects on living beings near electrical substations published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Raghu N, Krishna Murthy, Nagendra K and Trupti V N The electrical substations are used to step-up or step-down the generated voltage from generating stations to receiving stations while transmission of electrical power. The substations are mainly used to step down voltage and transmit electrical power. The electromagnetic fields at these substations can be harmful to living beings. The objective of this work is to measure and study the radiation levels of a particular substation using NFA1000TM solutions device used to measure radiation levels
STRESS ANALYSIS OF IC ENGINE PISTON FOR DIFFERENT MATERIAL AND PRESSURE LOAD USING FEA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Jadhav Vishal, Dr. R.K. Jain, Mr. Yogendra S.Chauhan This present work describes the stress distribution of two different aluminum alloys piston by using finite element method (FEM). The piston is designed for a single cylinder petrol engine using SOLIDWORKS 2013 software. The procedure for analytical design of two different aluminum alloy piston is described. Design is imported to ANSYS 15.0 software then static stress analysis is performed at different pressure load conditions on the piston. Results are presented and a comparison is made to find the best aluminum alloy.
Smart Remote Health Care Data Collection Server? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Kalyani Bangale, Karishma Nadhe, Nivedita Gupta, Swati Singh Parihar, Gunjan Mankar? This paper presents a method to secure data collection server by protecting and developing backups used for Health Care Cloud. The Objective of Smart Remote Health Care Data Collection Server (SRHDCS) is to provide Auto Response Server, Better Solutions for Data Backup and Restore using Cloud, Availability of data remotely using safer protected data transmission and Confidentiality of data remain intake. The Smart Remote Health Care Data Collection Server can collect data and send to a centralized repository in a platform independent format without any network consideration. The central repository is also a source for other vendors/depts. to use the information for their specific requirement. The purpose of Smart Remote Health Care Data Collection Server is to help users (basically admin) to collect information from any remote location even if network connectivity is not available at that point of time.
EFFECTS OF FIBER NONLINEARITIES ON OPTICAL COMMUNICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kavita Bhatnagar* This paper focuses on the recent research in optical communications and the effects of fiber non linearities in optical communication. Moreover, this paper covers the investigation on characteristics of optical fiber, modelling/analysis of fiber nonlinearities and laser effect on optical fiber in the literature. This paper also provides the information about the parameters, methodology and materials used in optical fiber. Here, most commonly used material is fiber laser and its advantages are increased output power, peak power and optical quality. This paper further describes several types of nonlinearity effects on the basi s of various methodologies such as dual parallel Mach – Zehnder modulator (DP - MZM), fiber optical parametric amplifiers (FOPA), Darboux transformation (DT) and scalar finite element method (SC - FEM) and many parameters are also discussed. Their applications a re also discussed and relative study of these effects is presented. The primary purpose of this paper is to understand the effects of nonlinearities, and to encourage further research in this area
JUVENILE AGGRESSIVE CEMENTO-OSSIFYING FIBROMA OF LOWER JAW : A CASE REPORT published in

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Dr. Bhushan Malhari Warpe Cemento-ossifying fibromas (COF) of the craniofacial skeleton are benign fibro-osseous neoplasms characterized by the replacement of normal bone by a fibrous cellular stroma containing foci of mineralized bone trabeculae and cementum-like material that vary in amount and appearance. The definitive diagnosis can rarely be rendered on the basis of histopathological features alone and is usually dependent upon assessment of microscopic, clinical and imaging features together. This case report will discuss the clinical, microscopic, radiological and therapeutic aspects of COF. COF commonly occurs between 30-40 years of age, mostly in males. It rarely occurs in children, as in our case of a 11-year-old female child.
SUSCEPTIBILITY PATTERN OF SALMONELLA TYPHI CAUSING ENTERIC FEVER TOWARDS DIFFERENT ANTIMICROBIALS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pradeep Paudel*, Deepa Dhungana, Sukriti Ghimire and Bhumika Khatri Resistant to therapeutic regimen of enteric fever is a global problem. Such a resistance has led to treatment failure of Enteric fever. Therefore, it is necessary to study the sensitivity and resistance pattern of the drugs used in Enteric fever. This study was conducted to determine the susceptibility pattern of Salmonella Typhi causing enteric fever towards different antimicrobials. In this study, out of 145 isolates, 108 were confirmed to be S. Typhi by different Gram’s staining and along with different biochemical tests. In this study, S. Typhi was tested for 5 antibiotics i.e. Ciprofloxacin, Ofloxacin, Levofloxacin, Ceftriaxone and Chloramphenicol. This study showed the highest sensitivity for Chloramphenicol (97.22%), Ceftriaxone (79.62%), levofloxacin (68.51%), Ofloxacin (50.92%) and Ciprofloxacin (2.77%). Ciprofloxacin was the most resistant drug against S. Typhi. A total of 19 isolates were found to be multi drug resistant isolates (MDR). The MIC value for ciprofloxacin ranged from 55?g/ml to 100?g/ml. Among the 10 isolates, all the isolates were resistant to Ciprofloxacin (MIC ?1?g/ml). The MIC value ranged from 12.5?g/ml to 100?g/ml for ofloxacin. All the 10 isolates were resistant to Ofloxacin as CLSI standard (?2?g/ml). MIC for Ceftriaxone was found to be 25?g/ml. Three out of ten isolates were found to be sensitive, 5 were intermediate and 2 isolates showed resistant MIC value(<8?g/ml sensitive). Resistance to most antibiotics is a major problem worldwide and is becoming a challenge to treat the infections. Hence, antibiotic susceptibility should be done periodically to provide the rational treatment of enteric fever.
How the Mandatory IFRS Covergence and Conservatisms Determine the Value Relevance of Accounting Information: Empirical Evidence from Indonesia published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Fuad Indira Januarti Ali Riza Fahlevi This paper analyzes the effects of conditional and unconditional conservatisms and IFRS adoption on the value relevance of accounting information in Indonesia. Using the pooled-cross sectional analysis for 429 publicly listed industrial firms between 2003 and 2014, we found that the value relevance tends to increase following IFRS implementation. When we group the sample based on various accounting conservatism levels, we found that IFRS increases the value relevance of earnings while decreases value relevance of book value for firms with medium level of conservatism. However, when we measure the conservatism as continuous variables, we found the negative (positive) relationship between conservatisms and value relevance of earnings (book value). Our three way interaction models indicate that earnings and book value numbers of the firms that are timelier in reflecting losses are less relevant in the post IFRS adoption. Further analysis also hinted the presence of inverse U-shaped relationship between conditional conservatism and value relevance of earnings, and U-shaped relationship between conditional conservatism and value relevance of book value.
Trends and Composition of Central Government Finances of India: Pre and Post-Reform Analysis published in

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Kalkikumar S. Soni In India the public expenditure and revenue policies has been assigned a key role in the economic development and growth process.However, theycould also have detrimental ramification if obscurely managed. Thus, the nature and degree of this expenditure and revenue pattern determine the overall quality of the government finances in India. This paper examines the trends and compositional changes in expenditure and revenue pattern of the central government of India during 1970-71 to 2010-11. This period is further divided into in the pre-reform and post-reform period.Study concluded thatas a result of reform measures, expenditure has grown at a lower rate in the post reform period than pre-reform period. However, on the revenue side reforms measures have not resulted into significant improvement in the revenue receipt as the growth of revenue receipts in the post-reform period has remained less than the pre-reform period.
A Comparative Study of Lipid Profile in Hypothyroidism Patients published in

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Dr. V. Chandramohan, Dr. A. Padma Vijayasree, Dr. K. Venkateshwarlu Background: Thyroid dysfunction is relatively a common disease which affects people, irrespective of their age and gender. Hypothyroidism is a graded disorder, it may be severe with obvious myxoedema, or mild to moderate or can be sub-clinical hypothyroidism, resulting in a generalized slowing down of the basal metabolic rate (BMR). It results from reduced secretion of total thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Biochemical decrease in T4 and T3 lead to hyper secretion of pituitary thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and an amplified increase in serum TSH levels. This is a key laboratory finding, particularly in the early detection of thyroid failure. Thyroid hormones have significant effects on the synthesis, mobilization and metabolism of lipids. They affect serum cholesterol mainly by altering lipoprotein metabolism. The prevalence of hypothyroidism is increasing all over the world. Worldwide prevalence is estimated to be between 4.6% (USA) and 34% (Nepal). The incidence of clinical hypothyroidism is 0.5-1.9% in women and <1% in men. Aims and Objectives: The aims of our present study are to estimate and compare the serum levels of Thyroid hormones and Lipid Profile. The study was conducted at Department of Biochemistry, Government General Hospital, Kurnool. Materials and Methods: A total of 2500 subjects were surveyed for this study and finally, out of 2500 subjects, 850 patients (34%) were selectively diagnosed as hypothyroidism and out of 850 hypothyroidism patients, 31 subjects (3.64%) were selectively diagnosed as clinical hypothyroidism on the basis of thyroid and lipid profile tests and another 31 subjects were included as normal subjects in this study. Results: The thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and low density lipoprotein (LDL) values in all three experimental groups were significantly higher, whereas T3, T4 values were in a decreasing order with that of control group. The trend of our result indicates that the rate of clinical hypothyroidism of our study population were significantly higher. Conclusion: The trend of our result indicates that the rate of hypothyroidism (34%) as well as clinical hypothyroidism (3.6%) of our study population was higher which corroborates well with the earlier report.
Capital Mobility and Feldstein Horioka Puzzle in India published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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Masroor A hmad This Study attempts to investi gate the degree of capital mobility for Indian economy using the Investment – saving Quantitative approach proposed by Feldstein and Horioka in 1980. They hypothesized that low degree of correlation between domestic savings and investment is a measure of h igher capital mobility as latter makes international capital pool available for domestic investment. However, the empirical results of their study produced results contrary to their own hypothesis and came to be known as Feldstein - Horioka puzzle. This wa s followed by number of studies some of which tried to explain the puzzle where others doubted the saving investment criteria as a measure of capital mobility. This study, using data of Indian economy tries to investigate whether Feldstein - Horioka Puzzl e is supported by saving investment behaviour in India or their proposed criteria for capital mobility suits well to the Indian economy , as far as measurement of capital mobility is considered. Using Engel - Granger Cointegration analysis long term equilibri um relationship was found and validity of saving investment criterion was established .
AN APPROACH FOR DESIGN AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NIOSOMES FOR CHLORPHENIRAMINE MALEATE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vaishnavi. STP, K.Venkata Ramana Reddy*, K.Sravani, Dr. B.Venkateswara Reddy Niosomes are vesicles composed of non-ionic surfactants, relatively nontoxic, more stable and inexpensive, an alternative and superior to liposome will be acts as a target drug delivery system/CDDS. The aim of the present investigation was to formulate niosomes and subject to evaluation of particle size, entrapment efficiency and invitro studies and study concentration of drug towards size of niosomes. Niosomes were prepared by the thin film hydration method by various using combinations of cholesterol and spans with tweens as surfactants in different ratios and diethyl ethyl as a solvent with antihistamine drug chlorpheneramine maleate. Formulation containing span 20 was found to be 10.58 in micron diameter. Span 20(20 mg of drug) gained size of 13.73µ in diameter and span 20(12 mg of drug) has got less in particle size of 5.44 µ in diameter in comparison to span 60 of 14.41microns. The formulation of niosomes within combination of span 20 and cholesterol in 1:1 ratio has 93.8 % PDE and in combination of tween 60 and cholesterol in 1:1 ratio was 95.94 % PDE. The in vitro diffusion study suggests that higher entrapment efficiency was related with slow release comparatively. The in-vitro drug release of 68 %was found to be for the extended period of time of 12 hrs of optimized one. Niosomes prepared from combination of span 60 is a promising approach to improve the bioavailability of chlorpheneramine maleate as antihistamine even for an extended period of time which showed good physicochemical properties with controlled drug release pattern, thereby improving the bioavailability of the drug with minimization of si de effects due to selective built up of drug concentration at site of action. The in-vitro diffusion study suggests that higher entrapment efficiency was related with slow release comparatively. The release pattern shown by these formulations were zero order and diffusion controlled mechanism.
An Obstetric Outcome After Previous Spontaneous Abortions published in

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Dr. Ch. Rama, Dr. Annapurna Kande Aim : The aim of the study is to estimate the risk of the Preterm delivery, low birth weight, intrauterine growth restriction, still birth, intrauterine death, premature rupture of membranes, recurrence of abortion or any other adverse outcome in women with previous spontaneous abortions. Objectives : i. To test the hypothesis that previous unfavourable pregnancy outcome increases the risk of adverse outcome in the present pregnancy. ii. To look for association between previous spontaneous abortion and preterm delivery, intrauterine growth restriction, low birth weight, intrauterine death, premature rupture of membranes, recurrence of abortion, stillbirth, in subsequent pregnancies. Study design: A prospective study was conductedtaking200 Pregnant Women with history of spontaneous abortions and 200 pregnant women with history of previous full term normal deliveries (with no abortion), was undertaken from Government Maternity Hospital Tirupati, to compare the obstetric outcomes between two groups. Observation and Results : There were 200 subjects in study cohort with history of spontaneous abortions and 200 subjects in control cohort without history of spontaneous abortions in this study. The outcome has been analysed with respect to the following factors 1. Age distribution of the patient 2. Normal full term deliveries 3.Preterm deliveries 4.Intrauterine growth restriction 5.Premature rupture of membranes 6.Low birth weight 7.Recurrent abortions.The mean age of patients in study cohort and control cohort were distributed predominantly in the 18-25 age group. 38 % of patients had 1 previous abortion, 47 % of patients had previous 2 abortions, 15 % of patients had 3 previous abortions.38% had normal deliveries, 32 5 had LSCS, 5.5% had spontaneous abortions, 1% Ectopic pregnancy. 87.5% reached fullterm, 6% preterm, 19% PROM, 1.5% PPROM, 3%IUD. Incidence of LBW – 23.6% with 1 abortion, 23.9% with 2abortions and 69% with 3abortions. CONCLUSION: Previous abortions have a definite impact on the successful outcome of future pregnancies. Hence for such pregnancies, careful antenatal care is mandatory.Careful surveillance is required in pregnancies preceded by spontaneous abortions, for early detection of possible complications
Nutrient Intake Amongst Adolescent Girls Residing in An Urban Slum of Delhi published in

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Dr. Priyanka Gupta Bansal * Dr. G.S. Toteja Dr. Neena Bhatia Anaemia is a severe public health problem in India. Dietary diversification is one of the most important long term strategy for combating anaemia. The present study was therefore undertaken to assess the nutrient intake of anaemic adolescent girls residing in an urban slum of Delhi. Information on nutrient intake was collected using 24-hour dietary recall and food frequency questionnaire. Mean nutrient intake was compared with Recommended Dietary Allowances for Indians. The mean calorie consumption was 1392±238 Kcal/d, 1654±254 Kcal/d and 1649±288 Kcal/d for Group I (11-12 yrs), II (13-15 yrs) and III (16-18 yrs) respectively. 78.3% of the subjects were found to consume less than 50% of the recommended allowance for iron. Adequacy for other hematopoietic nutrients mainly folic acid and vitamin B12 was around 70-80%. The present study indicated low intake of nutrients especially iron. Crrating community awareness through massive campaigns focussing on educating people about anaemia is important.
Layered Mapping of Cloud Architecture with Grid Architecture? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Pardeep Seelwal? Cloud computing is a type of computing that relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local servers or personal devices to handle application. Cloud computing is a comprehensive solution that delivery IT as a service. It is an internet-based computing solution where shared resources are provided like electricity distributed on the grid electrical grid. On the other hand, Grid is an infrastructure that involves the integrated and collaborative use of networks, databases, computers owned and managed by multiple organizations. Grid computing allows an application to run on different machine and also utilize the grid resources. This paper describes the layered mapping of cloud model with grid model in terms of their services.
Adoption Status of Masumbi (Citrus Sinesis) Cultivation Practices in Haryana published in

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P. Kumar, P. S. Shehrawat, A. K. Rohila, Bharat Singh The study focused on adoption of masumbi cultivation practices in the state. Fruit have great importance in human dietary system and it is generally stated that the living standard of people can be judged by the production as well as consumption of fruits. 70.84 per cent of the farmers had medium to high level of adoption category. Time of planting, recommended cultivators, fruit drop were highly adopted agronomic practices, whereas least adopted agronomic practices were packaging, disease and their control and insect pest and their control.
DESIGN AND MODELING OF PASSIVE COMPONENTS OF LINEAR PATH OF OPTICAL COMMUNICATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
T.M.Mansurov, Ch.P.Aliev, S.A.Dzhebrailova It was conducted the analysis of structural construction of the organization schemes of the optical communicati on with passive components, i.e, optoelectronic switch and the device of precision positioning of the radiation direction. Based on the analysis it was concluded that the existing components did not provide high accuracy of switching and positioning the di rection of the optical radiation, which leads to loss of energy when entering the optical radiation into the optical fiber at the points of mechanical connection. For this purpose, it was developed the organization scheme of the optical communication with passive components, design scheme, the control scheme and mathematical model of functioning of the optoelectronic switch and the device of precision positioning of the direction of optical radiation. It was shown that the developed optoelectronic switch an d the devices of precision positioning of the direction of radiation could reduce the time and improve the accuracy of the switching and positioning of the optical radiation direction, to compensate the loss at the mechanical connection places and commissi oning of the radiation into the fiber optic cable within 3...5 dB, which is 50...55 % less than in the known devices. These devices offer significant advantages over the electro and magneto - electric deflection systems, which include low power consumption, high accuracy, reliability and manufacturability. This suggests that the proposed construction can find its use in modern optical communication systems.
Consensual Violence against Surrogate Mothers in Kishwar Desai’s The Origins of Love published in

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Jaspal Singh, Dr. Parveen Kaur Khanna, Dr. Arvind Khanna The paper aims to analyse critically the topical issue of surrogacy in India where poor and illiterate women deliberately opt for surrogacy to improve their economic condition. The paper aims to explore how the surrogate mothers get themselves treated as child producing machines by the unscrupulous medical fraternity and commission agents. Desai’s novels deal with the current social conditions in which women have been shown as the scapegoats of male hegemony. Her novel The Origins of Love aims to explore the topical issue like surrogacy in India, a country that has become a safe haven for commissioning parents who come from various parts of the world to realize their paternal dreams. The writer, through this novel, makes us aware that the concept of motherhood has undergone a huge change in twenty-first century where the body of the mother has been commoditised to serve both the commercial and altruistic purposes. The concept of ‘consensual violence’ makes the life of gestational women all the more vulnerable because they cannot raise their voice directly against the unjust order. The paper aims to focus that India has become one of the most important places for outsourcing wombs where an army of Indian surrogates produce children for the Indian couples and most of the times for the Western part of the world.
Qualitative Analysis of delay in reporting of breast cancerin a tertiary care center published in

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Hashmi SJ, Gaikwad AV Background: Delayed presentation of symptomatic breast cancer of six months or more is associated with lower survival rates from the disease, yet 36.8% of women wait at least six months before consulting their general practitioner (GP) with breast symptoms. Aim: To explore the factors that influence physician consultation by women with breast cancer symptoms. Design of study: Qualitative analysis of semi-structured inter-views. Setting: 210 women with newly diagnosed breast cancer, registered in Aurangabad cancer registry. Method: Interviews were conducted, comparing two groups of women divided according to the extent of delay between onset of symptoms and seeking medical care. 134 women had sought advice from their GP within 6 months of symptom discovery (‘nondelayers’) and 76 had waited 6 months or more before seeing their doctor (‘delayers’). Results: Women with breast symptoms who presented promptly to GPs recognized the seriousness of the symptom they had dis¬covered more quickly than delayers. Perception of seriousness was influenced by the nature of the initial symptom and how far it matched the individual’s expectations of breast cancer as a painless breast lump. Other factors affecting help-seeking includ¬ed attitudes to GP attendance, beliefs about the consequences of cancer treatment, and perceptions of other priorities taking precedence over personal health. Conclusions: This analysis suggests that women need further information about the different types of breast cancer symptoms to assist symptom recognition, as well as encouragement to seek medical advice for a symptom is ambigu
The Use Of Small Group Teaching (Group Discussion) In Physiology To Enhance The 1st Mbbs Students Learning published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Application of Taguchi Experimental Design for the Optimization of Effective Parameters on the Neemoil Methyl Ester (Biodiesel) Production published in

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovation (IJARI)

Published by IJARI
Anand Prakash Mall ANOVA analysis showed that the temperature had the highest effect on the biodiesel yield followed by catalyst amount, methanol to oil molar ratio and reaction time. The result of this work using Taguchi Method showed that the maximum yields were obtained at lowest factor values. This will definitely have economic advantage on neem oil biodiesel production as low energy cost, low catalyst amount, low methanol/oil molar ratio, and low temperature are able to produce high biodiesel yield.
Use of pesticides in agriculture and livestock animals and its impact on environment of India published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SACHIN KUMAR, ANIL K. SHARMA, S.S. RAWAT, D.K. JAIN AND S. GHOSH A vast majority of the population in India is engaged in agriculture and is therefore highly exposed to the pesticides used in agriculture. Exposure to pesticides both occupationally and environmentally causes a range of human health problems. Indiscriminate and repeated application of pesticides leads to loss of biodiversity, pest-resistance and other ecological imbalance. Many pesticides are not easily degradable, they persist in soil, leach to groundwater and surface water and contaminate wide environment. In India, the use of pesticides remains the cornerstone of controlling ticks, lice and other ecto-parasites from the livestock animals. In the absence of an effective alternative method of control, reliance on chemicals is bound to increase, which exerts selection pressure on the target organism resulting into the development of resistance. The persistence nature of pesticides led to their accumulation in animal tissues and subsequently causes human dietary exposure through consumption of animal products viz., meat, milk, eggs and sea foods. Low dose but long term exposure of pesticides can cause serious health hazards to human health and environment as well. The reports on occurrence of pesticides residues in animal products manufactured in India are fragmentary, but provide confirmation to the fact that Indian consumers do get dietary exposure to these pesticides. Thus, the intensive pesticide application results in several adverse effects in the environment and human health that cannot be ignored.
Zno Nanowire Gas Sensor ith Uv-Light for Improved Sensitivity published in

International Journal of Nano Studies & Technology (IJNST)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
T. S. van den Heever ZnO nanowires are synthesised on a patterned substrate in order to see the response to different gases. Under ambient conditions the sensor shows very little response to any gas. A UV-light source is used to increase the sensitivity of the sensor by increasing the conductivity of the ZnO nanowires. The UV-light decreases the number of oxygen ions present on the surface of the ZnO nanowires which leads to better sensitivity. The sensor, with the aid of the laser, can distinguish between the different gases that were used, argon, oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen. When a mixture of two gases was used the response fell in between the response of the individual gases. The obtained results are repeatable and consistent over different sensors. Keywords: ZnO; Nanowires; Gas Sensor; UV-light.
Citizen Relationship Management: A Decisive Parameter of G2C e-Governance Web Portals of Maharashtra, India published in

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Rizwan Shaikh, Dr. M. Razaullah Khan G2C e-Governance models are designed to facilitate the process of citizen interaction with government. Citizen Relationship Management has become thrust area for design and development of e-Governance systems. The facilities which governments provide through their e-Governance systems needs to evaluated. The parameters like reduced cost to citizens, reduced number of trips, alert (SMS, email, phone etc), citizen charter, response time, etc. are vital. Out of 80 e-Governance portals from the State of Maharashtra, India under G2C category, taken for evaluation, the web portal of Maharashtra State Road Transport Company (www.msrtc.gov.in) evaluated for ‘Citizen Relation Management’ parameter has scored maximum points.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF ASPIRIN AND ESOMEPRAZOLE MAGNESIUM IN SYNTHETIC MIXTURE BY RATIO DERIVATIVE METHOD. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Bhavna A. Patel1*, Jinesh A. Doshi2, Shraddha J. Parmar3 and Dr. A. D. Captain4 A sensitive, precise, accurate and simple UV spectrophotometric methods have been developed for the Simultaneous determination of Aspirin and Esomeprazole magnesium in API and Dosage form. The method depends on first derivative of the ratio-spectra by measurements of the amplitudes at 221 nm for Aspirin and 291 nm for Esomeprazole magnesium. In ratio derivative spectroscopy, analytical signals were measured at wavelengths corresponding to either maximums or minimums for both drugs in first derivative spectra of ratio spectra obtained by using either spectrum as divisor. Methanol was taken as a solvent. Calibration graphs were established for 20 -50 ?g/ml for Aspirin and 5-30 ?g/ml for Esomeprazole magnesium. The %R.S.D. values for intraday precision study and inter-day study were <1.0%, confirming that the method was sufficiently precise. The method can be successfully applied for the simultaneous analysis of both drugs in pharmaceutical dosage forms and statistical analysis of the data revealed that both the methods are precise, accurate, reproducible and suitable for the routine quality control analysis.
EFFECT OF SELECTED YOGIC PRACTICE ON FLEXIBILITY AGILITY AND MUSCULAR STRENGTH AMONG COLLEGE MEN ATHLETES published in

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Dr. A. Praveen To achieve this purpose of the study, thirty (N=30) college men Athletes were selected as subjects from Pondicherry university . The subjects were aged between 18 to 22 years. They were divided into two equal groups consist of 15 subject, in each group at random basis one group was called as Control Group and another group was called as Experimental Group. The following experimental variables were selected to analyze the effect of Selected Yogic Practice for developing Flexibility, Agility, and Muscular Strength among College Men student. The control group and the Experimental Group were made to take the pre-test on the selected test items and the datas were collected. After 6 weeks of systematic yogasana practices, the data collected from the Control Group and Experimental Group were statistically analyzed by using Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). The criteria for statistical significance were set at 0.05 level of confidence (P<0.05). The results of the study indicated that regular practices of yogasana has significantly improved the flexibility, agility and muscular strength of the college men.
Influence of pre-harvest spray of growth regulators on the quality and shelf life of baby corn during storage at room temperature published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
V. SUDHA VANI AND 1K. RAVI KUMAR Pre harvest spray of growth regulators on the quality and shelf life of baby corn was studied. All the growth regulators extended shelf life for 2 days at room temperature. Among the growth regulators tried, pre-harvest spray of GA 40 ppm followed by cycocel 3 1000 ppm was proved to be promising in reducing the PLW (Physiological Loss in weight), spoilage per cent, better retention of TSS, reducing sugars, titrable acidity, ascorbic acid and crude protein content.
Quantitative and qualitative enhancement in guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. CHITTIDAR through foliar feeding published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAKESH KUMAR, RAJESH TIWARI* AND B.R. KUMAWAT The present experiment was conducted at the Department of Fruit Science, K.N.K. College of Horticulture, Mandsaur (M.P.) on six years old guava tree cv. Chittidar during 2011-2012. On the basis of results obtained in present investigation it is concluded that foliar spray of ZnSO4 0.8% + borax 0.4% + NAA 50 ppm + GA3 100 ppm was found best to increase fruit set, fruit retention, volume of fruit, pulp thickness, pulp weight, pulp per cent, length and diameter of fruit at harvest, average fruit weight, and reduced the seed per cent and seed pulp ratio which ultimately increased the yield per tree. Various quality parameters total sugars, reducing sugars, non reducing sugars, TSS, zinc and iron content in fruit pulp were also improved with application of ZnSO4 0.8% + borax 0.4% + NAA 50 ppm + GA3 100 ppm. Same treatment also recorded reduced fruit drop, minimum number of seeds per fruit, maximum TSS/acid ratio and minimum acidity per cent of fruit
Operational parameters of venture set-up by entrepreneurs in Agra district published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SEEMAPRAKALPA The study was conducted to know the operational parameters of an entrepreneurial venture set-up by 200 entrepreneurs running both boutiques and beauty parlours in Agra district. Primary data were collected through interview schedule during year 2005. Based on the nature of data, percentage was used as statistical measure. It can be drawn from the findings that majority of women entrepreneur had been advised by their husband and own idea and got the idea after discussing individually with people to start this particular enterprise. The strength of the product idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were skill easily available, high rate of return, simple technology and low investment. Weaknesses of the potential idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were seasonality of raw material. The opportunities of the potential idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were less mobility required, large market, socially accepted. Threats regarding potential idea evaluated by women entrepreneurs were high demand. Some factors assessed by women entrepreneurs were investment needed followed by need of infrastructure and availability of skilled labour. Majority of women entrepreneurs analysed product demand through discussion with consumers. At initial stage, women entrepreneurs had started their enterprise with an investment of 20,001 and above. Later and present stage, women entrepreneurs had an investment range of up to Rs. 10,000. Women entrepreneurs were able to recover the investment fully. They obtained funds from their husbands and from personal savings. On the basis of above findings, it can be said that women were running an enterprise with the help of their counterparts to balance the family economy after assessment of various operational parameters. For these women entrepreneurs’ welfare, Government and concerned organization should organize EDP and invite interested women specially for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial world welfare in reference of recession so that every entrepreneur could get benefit in balanced way.
HI-TECH AND NOVEL ISOLATION OF STEM CELL FROM MOUSE BONE MARROW BY SIMPLE LABORATORY TECHNIQUE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Tehseen Fatima Ali* and Dr. Inayath Sheriff Stem cell have a tremendous potential with an ability to self renew into different type of cells like blood, heart, bones, skin, brain, muscles etc. This unbelievable quality serves it as a fascinating entity for clinical application in many transplantation therapies. Its tremendous application for different diseases makes it a popular entity but its harvesting governs invasive procedure. Minimization of isolation steps, increase of mass with more purify form of product is become an attractive podium for today’s research era. This novel approach minimizes the invasive and tedious steps of isolation and bind up the whole procedure in twelve consecutive steps. As conclusion we can say that this procedure entirely different and easy to perform even in simple lab because of only twelve step procedure. This is novel because here is to reduce the very high skilled and tedious step of bone marrow aspiration by needle were overcome as well as need of highly sophisticated lab also overcome. This makes it novel approach with low skilled and easy to run procedure even in simple lab.
A NOVEL ON FAST PARALLEL FILE TRANSFER USING REPLICATION? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.Sabarigirivason?, R. Giridharan Data replication is the most critical component of data-intensive grid computing environment. The need for data replication arises in various areas of data analysis such as high-energy physics, bio-informatics, climate modeling and astronomy. In addition to grid data environments, data replication is the key part of various data sharing applications such as digital libraries, persistent archival environment and content distribution. Parallel file replication where a large file needs to be simultaneously replicated to multiple sites is an integral part of data-intensive grid environment. Propose a tool that creates multiple distribution trees by pipelining point-to-point transfer and optimizes the file replication time to multiple sites. One of the key parts in data replication is the replica catalog that manages the mappings for files from the hierarchical namespace to one or more physical file locations, thus providing an efficient and transparent file sharing on a Grid. Managing and coordinating the data movement process is the crucial performance issue.
Development of Starch -Based Cationic Adsorbents for Removal of Anionic Dyes from Aqueous Systems published in

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Amal A. Aly, Aly A. Hebeish Three cationic starch derivatives containing quaternary ammonium salt were prepared, including starch-2-hydroxy propyl-trimethyl ammonium chlorid , starch-2-hydroxy propyl-triethyl ammonium chloride and starch-2-hydroxy propyl-tripropyl ammonium chloride. They having different chain length of the alkyl moiety. The essential target for such preparation is to bring into focus adsorbents which completely can remove anionic dyes, e.g., acid dyes from aqueous systems thereby improving the quality of water. Chemical changes in the molecular structure of starch by derivatization through cationization were monitored using FTIR, while morphological changes were detected using SEM. These derivatives were treated with four acid dyes: Methyl Orange, Yellow 2G, Acid red 27 and Methyl blue, which have different number of sulfonic group and different molecular weight. Factors affecting % of the dye removal were studied which, include structural nature of the dye (number of sulphonic group and molecular weight), chain length of the alkyl moiety of cationic starch, amine content, adsorbent dose, dye concentration, pH of the treating bath, duration of the treatment and agitation speed. According to the % of dye removal the starch-based adsorbents follow the order: Starch-2-hydroxy propyl-trimethyl ammonium chloride > Starch-2-hydroxy propyl-triethyl ammonium chloride > Starch-2-hydroxy propyl-tripropyl ammonium chloride and Methyl Orange > Yellow 2G > Acid red 27 > Methyl blue
Biodiversity and breeding of grapes : a study in Azerbaijan published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
MIRZA MUSAYEV A detailed investigation about the biodiversity and breeding of grapes was undertaken at Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan is a rich source of plant genetic resources due to diverse soil and climatic condition. Vine growing is one of the most ancient and widely adopted culture to support the economic life of the people. Different information indicated that the history of cultured vine growing in Azerbaijan has at least 7 millenium. Scientist and tresearchers indicated that centre of origin of grape in Azerbaijan and Southern Caucasus. Wild grape [V. Vinifera L. Subsq. sylvestris (C.C. Gmel) Hegi] spreads on the teritory of Azerbaijan from 12m below sea level to 200m above sea level. There are two kinds of wild grape: Typica negr (with hair)and Aberrans negr (hairless). At present more than 600 lacal and introduced grape varieties are spread in Azerbaijan, of which more than 100 varieties are threatened. White, red, black and pink coloured table, technical and universal grape varieties are cultivated. Wide variation in duration for maturity ( 120 to more than 171 days) was observed among the types. Plartid DNA sequence variation study revealed presence of three polymorphic sites in DNA: on in tra H – psp A intergenic region and two in rpl 16 intron area. The varieties were divided into four different haplotypes: AAA, ATT, GTA and ATA. Some resistant varieties against mildew, oidinm and grey rot diseases identified. Salt and drought tolerant varieties also reported. Most of the local threatened varieties are conserved for utilizing them in future improvement programme.
A Study on Co-integration of Pakistani Stock Market with Selected Asian Stock Markets published in

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

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Anjum Shezad, Farzand Ali Jan, Saqib Gulzar, M. Akram Ansari Pakistani Equity Market has seen many ups and downs since the last two decades. The local investors are feeling themselves much insecure in indigenous investment. The reasons behind are political instability, severe power crises and terrorism which compelled the local investors to go across boarder and need to explore the multiple option of investment in international securities to minimize the investment risk. The main purpose and scope of this study is to explore causal and dynamic linkages of Karachi Stock Exchange, KSE-100 index (Pakistan) with emerging stock markets of Nikkei-225 (Japan), Shanghai Stock Exchange, SSE (China), Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, KLSE (Malaysia) and Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation, TSEC Taiwan. The most recent data is taken from January, 2001 to December, 2013. Monthly stock index observations are taken. Descriptive statistics, Correlation Analysis, Unit Root Test, VAR, Co-integration Test, VECM Test are used to identify the presence of short-term as well as long-term associations. Empirical results indicate that KSE-100 is a volatile market and have suitable level of returns. Moreover, KSE-100 index has not long-term relationship with Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan and China but Taiwan, China and Japan has short run relationships to KSE. The findings conclude that there is a further need of future study to explore the factors of economic integration amongst these equity markets. The study overall exhibits awareness not only for economic and financial decision makers but also for international as well as regional investors about the benefit opportunities of portfolio diversification in these equity markets, funds management and trends of the stock market.
Pancreaticopleural Fistula with Massive Left Hemothorax : A Case Report published in

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Dr.PUTTA RAJSEKHAR, Dr.DIGUVINTI.SREERAMULU, Dr.SAMEERAJA VADDERA, Dr.PRATHAP BINGI Pancreaticopleural fistula is a rare clinical condition. Because of the paucity of clues suggestive of pancreatic disease and the preponderance of pulmonary symptoms and signs, its presentation is confusing. Pleural effusions are large, recurrent, highly exudative in nature often hemorrhagic. Many patients undergo extensive pulmonaryevaluation before the pancreas is identified as the site of primary pathology.The therapeutic options include medical, endoscopic, as well as surgical interventions. Here we report a case of idiopathic chronic pancreatitis presenting as massive left sided hemothorax with asymptomatic pseudocyst of pancreas with pancreaticopleural fistula.After 3 weeks of medical therapy,endoscopic stenting was planned which failed.Finally she recovered with surgical treatment. This case demonstrates that the rarity of such a condition leads to delay as well as challenges in diagnosis and management.
CHANGING PLACES IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD – INTERCULTURAL ISSUES published in

International Journal of Communication Research

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Elena CIORTESCU Intercultural awareness has become a crucial element in professional communication in general and business negotiation, in particular. From this perspective, although a study on David Lodge’s Changing Places could be perceived as hardly anything more but a return to the past (the book was written in 1975), it may also be seen as an insight into the intercultural issues related to the academic world and beyond. Apparently obsolete, the novel opens a gate to a world in which individuals are constantly exposed to the need of “changing places”. Nowadays, either private or public sector actors, we are all, to a certain extent, faced with the possibility of dealing with a different culture. For these reasons, a look into Lodge’s novel could be both a pleasant and useful initiative especially for the young reader who will, undoubtedly, enjoy the experience. The aim of this paper is to explore the tips in David Lodge’s above mentioned novel as well as the extent to which they can be used in today’s globalized world in order to achieve successful intercultural communication, primarily addressing those interested in the process of intercultural exchanges.
An Attitude Study Among Students and Teachers in Upper Primary Schools of Basic Shikshaparishad, U.p. Towards Computer Education published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sanjeev Raj, Dr. Digvijay Pachauri The purpose of the present study is to find out the attitude towards computer education among students and teachers in upper primary schools of Basic ShikshaParishad. The study has been conducted on 16 teachers and 100 students from upper primary schools of district Agra , Uttar Pradesh. The sample was taken from four different groups of schools equal number of students (Boys and Girls) were selected from government schools , private schools. Self-made Questionnaire was made for measuring attitude of students and teachers towards computer education. The data was subjected to necessary statistical computation. The data was mainly analysed in terms of mean and standard deviation. The T– test was used to find out the significance of difference. After analysingthe data it was found that teachers mean score on the attitude scale was found that is high positive score. Male teachers have significantly higher positive attitude towards computer education in comparison to the female teachers. Teachers and students both have high positive attitude towards the computer education.
Work Life Balance of Teaching Staff in Self-Financing Colleges With Reference to Coimbatore published in

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Dr.V.Abirami, Ms.Jacqueline.P The role of work and work place has changed throughout the world due to economic condition of social demands. Today’s life is both complex and challenging. Various factors can upset the balance between work and family. We work to live, not live to work. But today's business atmosphere makes men work up to his last breath. Hectic schedules, boring jobs, detrimental deadlines etc, of the jobs suck even the last drop of your blood. When money dominates the modern life, people do not find few hours to spend on their personal life and the new generation end up with an unbalanced lifestyle. Conflicts can also arise when work interferes with family life such as long working hours, late meetings etc and family interferes with work life such as sick child, elderly parent etc,. Research indicated that relationship between work and family is bi-directional. People face lot of difficulties to maintain Work life Balance smoothly. The organization must create tension free atmosphere with lot of facilities to productivity. Based on the above conditions an attempt is made to identify “Work life Balance of Teaching Staff in Self-financing Colleges with Reference to Coimbatore.”
TWO STEP TECHNIQUES FOR IMAGE COMPRESSION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Fizza Hamid*, Rajneesh Talwar The image compression is the technique which is applied to reduce size of the original image. The image compression can be classified into lossy and loss-less type of compressions. The WDR is the lossy type of compression in which unwanted pixels will be removed from the image. In this work, improvement in the WDR algorithm is been proposed using the algorithm of decision tree. The decision tree is constructed of according to the similarity between the pixels. The pixels which have least similarity with the other pixels will be removed from the image. The simulation is been performed in MATLAB and it is been analyzed that PSNR, MSE and compression ratio parameters are improved with the proposed technique.
Scalable Unsupervised Ensemble Algorithm For Effective Insider Threat Detection published in

Universal Journal of Computers & Technology

Published by Universal Publishing & Research Organization
Adebowale Oluwole Ajayi, Ajayi Olutayo, Idowu Sunday, Ogbonna A.C, Otusile Oluwabukola Insider threats remain one of the oldest and notorious threats to information security. Early detection remains key to preventing insider attacks on an information system. The vast amount of enterprise data and the little data points pertaining to insider threats calls for techniques to handle the rare class problem. This study conceptualised insider threat data as a streaming data problem. Scalability of insider threat detection systems represents a gap in knowledge in this disposition. Building on existing unsupervised ensemble stream mining techniques, this study proposed an insider threat detection algorithm and evaluated it using Centre for Analysis of Internet Data (CAIDA) Anonymized trace dataset for 2015. CAIDA datasets was used to ascertain the scalability of quantised dictionary construction by applying a distributive approach to graph based anomaly detection (GBAD). Pattern learning anomaly detection system processes GBAD in a streaming approach. Dictionary construction was done using Apache Spark on top of the Hadoop stack. PLADS enhanced GBAD successfully discovered the same anomalous substructure within a streaming approach in a fraction of the time (642 seconds) it took to process the entire graph (59,743 seconds) when applied on the CAIDA Anonymised 2015 dataset. Application of Apache Spark as the distributed computing framework for construction of quantised dictionaries of user command data depicted a reduction in processing time under varying input sizes and number of reducers In conclusion, scalability of Insider Threat Detection systems is essential and a complexity analysis of proposed algorithms showed it scales to increased number of users of the system. The implemented prototype system using Apache Spark scaled to increasing workloads showing its usefulness for early detection of insider threats. This study recommends the use of unsupervised learning ensembles and distributed frameworks for effective detection of insider threats
A gestão socioambiental em uma empresa de transporte coletivo urbano no município de Santa Maria-RS published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

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

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.D. UKEY, P.A. PATIL AND S.K. SAWANT The objective of this study was to determine some moisture based psysical properties of paddy, namely, size, sphericity, bulk density, true density, bulk porosity, angle of repose, thousand grain mass, elongation ratio and flatness ratio. The physical properties of paddy were determined at moisture content 10.01, 13.42, and 19.81 per cent. At 10.01 per cent (d.b.) moisture content the average length, width and thickness of paddy were 8.23, 2.26 and 1.77 mm, respectively. The grain sizes were found increased from 3.20 to 3.42 mm, whereas sphericity increased from 0.38 to 0.41 due to change in moisture content from 10.01 to 19.81 per cent (d.b).The bulk density and true density increased from 562.81 to 688.68 kg/m3 and 1147.31 to 1224.68 kg/m3, respectively. While the bulk porosity decreased from 50.88 to 43.54 per cent in the specified moisture content. The angle of repose increased from 34.29 to 39.25 degrees, whereas the elongation ratio and flatness ratio decreased from 3.64 to 3.51 and 1.27 to 1.14, respectively. Thousand grain weight increased from 14.43 to 16.21 g due to change in moisture content from 10.01 to 19.81 per cent (d.b).
LIVER DERANGEMENT IN DENGUE FEVER ADMITTED IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN 2014, IN KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Ashis Kumar Saha*1 and Dr. Payodhi Dhar2 Dengue fever usually affects liver; it may be in mild form or may be in very severe form, latter form usually occurs in dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) or dengue hemorrhagic shock (DSS). This liver involvement usually occurs during the course of transient viremia. Our aim is to evaluate the grade of liver involvement with or without serosal involvement in the form of ascites or pleural effusion. In our hospital, total 404 serologically proved patients with dengue fever admitted, of which. Among them, 136 DHF and 24 DF have ALT level >75 IU/L, whereas, 65 DHF and 3 DF patients have ALT >150 IU/L. Again, among 65 DHF patients, 40, 15 and10 patients showed ALT level >150-300 IU/L, >300-450 IU/L and >450 IU/L respectively. These patients presented with signs and symptoms resembling viral hepatitis, DHF patients showed associated ascites, pleural effusion, raised INR ?1.5, severe albuminemia. Males showed significantly raised AST >5 times than normal, AST having >75-150 and >450 IU/L, hepatomegaly, ascites. But negative viral serology helped us to diagnose these cases as hepatitis due to dengue virus infection.
Rasio Panjang-Lebar Karapas, Pola Pertumbuhan, Faktor Kondisi, dan Faktor Kondisi Relatif Kepiting Pasir (Hippa adactyla) di Pantai Berpasir Cilacap dan Kebumen published in

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Wahyu Muzammil, Yusli Wardiatno, Nurlisa Alias Butet Cilacap and Kebumen are potential coastal habitat for mole crab such as Hippa adactyla. Ecosystems condition of both locations is distinct. Each organism have to develop adaptation strategy to deal with environmental variation. H. adactyla usually burry into substrate to cope with environmental stress. They have been adapted to local habitat in order to be able for survive and reproduce. However, it has not been well known whether the adaptation strategy may vary the performance of morphology. This study focused on morphological variation of mole crab H. Adactyla. The sample was carried out on August 2014. Mole crabs were caught using traditional fishing gear called “sorok”. They were 118 individuals which where caught in Cilacap, while 102 individuals that were found in Kebumen. The result showed that H. adactyla walk vertically (backwards). These caused by carapace length and carapace width ratio. T-student analysis showed that relative growth for males were negatively allometric and isometric for female in both habitat. Mean of condition factor (K) for males in Cilacap was 0.0319 ± 0.0025 and 0.0315 ± 0.0028 in Kebumen. Those were significantly higher for females (p<0.05) in Cilacap (0.0325 ± 0.0050) and Kebumen (0.0329 ± 0.0027). Mean of relative condition factor (Kn) was higher in Cilacap for males and females. Those variations of K and Kn related to exogenous and endogenous factors. Keywords: condition factor, Hippa adactyla, relative condition factor, relative growth
MULTILEVEL CONTROL STRATEGY FOR INDUCTION MOTOR USING PVBATTERY STANDALONE SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M Vikram Goud, M Sarita Reddy The paper presents a scheme that is used to enhance the capacity of the PV cell along with standalone battery used to feed the induction motor drive. The power capacity is increased by using 9-level inverter and its is almost equal for the cases of Neutral Point Clamped Multi level inverter and Cascade –H –Bridge inverter. Since the power level remains same for the above mentioned topologies, here main focus is on the THD content for the different topologies.
A Conceptual Study on Emotional Intelligence and Job Performance published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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M. Dhilsathbegam, Dr. D. Kalpana Emotional Intelligence (EI) is considered to be the most important determinant of success in professional and personal life among human beings. The main purpose of this paper is to study the impact of emotional intelligence on Job performance. If the employees know their own emotion and are able to manage them effectively, they can work more efficiently and be more productive to the organization. Employees will also recognize and appreciate others colleagues. Emotionally intelligent people are highly satisfied from their jobs. The conclusions and associations of the research discussed were with reference to the previous findings
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.
CLINICO - PATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION OF SICKLE HEMOGLOBIN (HBS) published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Ashok Kumar Kapoor* , Sharmila Gupta , Ashutosh Kumar, Yamini Jindal , Upama Singh Introduction : Present study relates to the results of clinical examination of 10 patients with sickle hemoglobin. Material and Methods : All the patients belonged to TharuChaudhary community of Nepal. The patients were clinically examined. Sickling test was done u sing Sodium metasulphite. Hemoglobin agarose gel electrophoresis was done at alkaline pH. Total hemoglobin was estimated by cyanhemoglobin method. Results : Sickling test was positive in all the patients. In addition, electrophoresis revealed detection of HbS in all the patients. Four of 10 patients had homozygous sickle cell disease (βglobin genotype SS). Five other patients had heterozygous sickle cell trait (βglobin genotype AS). Another patient had double heterozygous sickle cell β+thalassemia; h igh level of fetal hemoglobin (16.4%) was also detected in this patient. Discussion : Capillary thromboses might have resulted in minor infarcts, resulting in pain in chest and abdomen. Conclusion: The patients belonged to mid - western region of Nepal; this region is infested with vivax malaria. High frequency of malaria in this region might have resulted in biological advantage for sickle hemoglobin patients.
Unit root with structural breaks in Macroeconomic time series: Evidence from Pakistan published in

Journal of Economic and Financial Modelling (JEFM)

Published by Aves Publishers
Aviral Kumar Tiwari, Niyati Bhanja, Arif Billah Dar The stationarity property of 32 Macroeconomic annual time series for Pakistan are tested by using both simple ADF and Lee and Strazicich (2003, 2004) Lagrange Multiplier (LM) unit root test. The conventional ADF test detects all variables except five to be stationary. However, the LM test based Lee and Strazicich unit root accommodating upto two endogenously determined structural breaks rejects the null of unit root at 5 percent level of significance or better, across four models for ten to eleven macroeconomic time series. Moreover, the significant break points are observed mostly clustered around important events like Indo-Pak border conflicts (1971, 1999), Military Coups (1977, 1999) and natural disasters, such as, drought (2000) and Kashmir earthquake (2005). The study thus concludes structural break unit root test as a better framework for the analysis of time series properties of macroeconomic variables.
Financial Inclusion in India-a Retrospective published in

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Dr C.Yellaiaha,Dr.G. Sudhakaraiah,Prof. M.Venkateswarlu India has been striving to grow at a faster pace during the recent years and the economic growth to be sustainable, it requires all sections of the society included and participating in the growth process. Financial inclusion is one of the methods through which Inclusive Growth can be achieved in India where large sections are unable or incompetent to participate in the Financial System. Agriculture sector continues to be an important segment of the our economy with more than 50% of the country’s population depending on it for a living and contributing 14% share in the Gross Domestic Product. Moreover it provides employment to nearly1/3 rd of the work force in the country. Small and Marginal farmers constitute 80% of the farmers in India. A large segment of the small and marginal farmers still continue to be deprived of the formal sources of credit and other essential financial services like insurance, savings and payment services. Commercial banks being the purveyor’s of nation’s credit has got a great deal of responsibility in extending the financial services to this sector in order to provide the fruits of economic development to this segment of Indian economy. Hence an attempt is made to assess the nature of inclusive financing from the supply side and to identify the nature and extent of availability and use of financial services and issues in inclusive financing particularly that of the small and marginal farmers.
Biliary Pancreatitis leading to Chyle leak:A Rare case report published in

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Shivanand Reddy K. V. , Sanjay Kumar Chylous ascites is a rare clinical entity that historically has been accompanied by high mortality due to the association with malignancy. Here we present a case of chylous ascites as a complication of mild pancreatitis in a young woman. We review the literature of similar cases, which revealed four similar cases with a range of outcomes. Treatment options vary from dietary restriction of medium chain fatty acids, total parental nutrition, radiological intervention and surgery
On Dengue Prevention Activities of Kmc During 2013 published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR. DEBASHIS BISWAS In 2012, an outbreak of dengue occurred in the city of Kolkata, India. To prevent its recurrence in 2013, the Health Department of Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) undertook some unprecedented initiatives and brought down the number of dengue cases from 1852 with 2 deaths in 2012 to 238 with no deaths in 2013. The success came in through the route paved by a young, staid and sturdy political leader — Atin Ghosh. Anti-dengue activities carried out by the corporation during 2013 at the behest of Mr Ghosh are reported in this communication. Political leaders around the country may find this story quite inspiring.
Difference in acetylcholine-induced nitric oxide release of swine lingual and pulmonary artery published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Kenichi Satoh, Mami Chikuda, Shigeharu Joh Nitric oxide plays an important role in the regulation of vascular tone, however the mechanism(s) of endotheliumdependent vasodilator-induced relaxation in oral and maxillofacial arteries have not yet been well characterized. This study compared the lingual artery with the pulmonary artery. Changes in the isometric tension and the nitric oxide concentration were measured with a nitric oxide-specific microelectrode in swine lingual arteries and swine pulmonary arteries that were contracted via perfusion with 5 µM noradrenaline. When a stable constricted plateau was reached with 5 µM noradrenaline, 5 µM noradrenaline containing acetylcholine was perfused, or when a stable constricted plateau was reached with 5 µM noradrenaline containing 100 nM Nw-Nitro-L-arginine methyl ester hydrochloride, 5 µM noradrenaline containing 100 nM Nw-Nitro-L-arginine methyl ester hydrochloride and acetylcholine was perfused. 30 µM acetylcholine inhibited the contractions induced by noradrenaline; maximal relaxations were 50.8 ± 5.6 % in the lingual artery, and 52.6 ± 8.2 % in the pulmonary artery. 30 µM acetylcholine induced endothelium-dependent simultaneous increases in nitric oxide concentration of 114.4 ± 17.7 nM in the lingual artery, and 37.3 ± 6.1 nM in the pulmonary artery. However, in the presence of L-NAME (100 nM) and contracted with 5 µM NA, ACh-induced relaxation and increase in NO concentration were almost abolished. While the NO continued to be produced by ACh, a sustained decrease occurred in isometric tension and L-NAME inhibited the ACh-induced relaxation, thus suggesting that NO might play an important role in relaxation.
REVOLUSI MEDIA, JURNALISME GLOBAL, DAN HUKUM PERS INDONESIA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Manunggal K. Wardaya dan Ahmad Komari The development in information technology influences many aspects of human life including news media. Various definitions in media have encountered significant changes and cannot anymore be us-ed. Press Law as a main regulation of news media Indonesia is no exception. Its relevancy is now be-ing questioned and even challenged when it fails to adopt with the changes in society. This article believes that the amendment of Press Law should be done so that it will be responsive towards the need of the constantly-changing society. Keywords: information technology, media, press, citizen journalism
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.
Implementation of the Basic System in the Cloud Type Virtual Policy Based Network Management Scheme for the Common Use between Plural Organizations published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY

Published by CIRWORLD
Kazuya Odagiri In the current Internet-based systems, there are many problems using anonymity of the network communication such as personal information leak and crimes using the Internet systems. This is because the TCP/IP protocol used in Internet systems does not have the user identification information on the communication data, and it is difficult to supervise the user performing the above acts immediately. As a solution for solving the above problem, there is the approach of Policy-based Network Management (PBNM). This is the scheme for managing a whole Local Area Network (LAN) through communication control of every user. In this PBNM, two types of schemes exist. The first is the scheme for managing the whole LAN by locating the communication control mechanisms on the course between network servers and clients. The second is the scheme of managing the whole LAN by locating the communication control mechanisms on clients. As the second scheme, we have been studied theoretically about the Destination Addressing Control System (DACS) Scheme. By applying this DACS Scheme to Internet system management, we realize the policy-based Internet system management. In this paper, we show the DACS system theoretically.
Method Development for Determination of Riboflavin in Pharmaceutical Preparations using copper putrescence complex. published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

Published by INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING CO
Qaiser Abbas, Safdar Javed*, Muhammad Ashraf, Noor Nasir Khattak, Muhammad Younus Khokhar A specific, highly sensitive spectrophotometric method is proposed for the determination of Riboflavin in pharmaceutical preparations. The suggested method is based on the complex formation reaction between Cupric Chloride and Putrescine followed by reaction between Cupric Chloride-Putrescine complex and Riboflavin that produces a colored compounds. This gives maximum absorbance at 500nm. The range of linearity is 0.1-1.5mg/mL. Riboflavin was determined in six pharmaceutical products in 1-50 mg/liter concentration range. The recovery from the samples was 98-99%. Interferences of several vitamins, amino acids and sugars have also been studied. The suggested method is applicable for the determination of these drugs in pharmaceutical preparations. The results demonstrated that the described method is precise, highly sensitive, selective, reproducible and comparable to the official methods.
ASSOCIATION OF LIFESTYLE VARIABLES WITH THE NOVEL MUTATION OF BRCA1 GENE IN BREAST CANCER: A CASECONTROL STUDY AMONG THE BENGALEE HINDU FEMALES OF WEST BENGAL, INDIA. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Abhishikta Ghosh Roy1*, Pulakes Purkait1, Malay Barman2, Biswanath Sarkar1 and Arup Ratan Bandyopadhyay3 BRCA1 mutations dramatically increase breast cancer risk, which is the commonest cause of female death globally including India. There is a substantial inter-individual variability in breast cancer risk among BRCA1 mutation carriers, which attracts attention of medical genetics. In the present study we have identified a novel mutation (cd.1437 CCT>CTT) in BRCA1 gene that changes the amino acid from Proline to Leucine. Certain lifestyle factors like oral contraceptive use and abortions are found to be highly associated with breast cancer risk among the carriers of germline mutation. This study is the first report from West Bengal among the Bengalee Hindu Caste Female Breast Cancer patients, which would help in early prognosis of the mutation and modification of lifestyle factors.
Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Senga, Dollfus, 1934 (Cestoda: Ptychobothridae) From a Fresh Water Fish in Aurangabad District (M.S.), India. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Rahul Khawal, Sunita Borde, Sushil Jawale, Amol Thosar The present communication deals with the description of new species of genus Senga from fresh water fish Mastacembelus armatus. The differentiating character of new form are scolex triangular, neck absent, testes 285 to 295 in number, ovary bilobed. In molecular analysis of present parasites, the genomic DNA were amplified and sequenced. Morphologically the genus of this parasite is Senga but molecularly they come closer to other Bothriocephalus.
Genetic Implications in Class II Subdivision 2 Malocclusion in Two Siblings. Case Report published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dana Festila, Mircea Ghergie, Alexandrina Muntean The aim of this study was to find genetic implication in the etiology of Class II subdivision 2 malocclusion using single nucleotide polymorphism as genetic marker in two siblings with Class II subdivision 2 malocclusion, starting from the literature’s opinions regarding the inherited patterns of this anomaly. Clinical aspects knowing as being hereditary were found out after the extra oral, intraoral and radiological examination. Genomic DNA was also extracted from the buccal mucosa of the two siblings in order to determine their genotype. Four markers were selected from each patient, MyoH1, VDR, PAX9 and RUNX2. Genetic association was found between single nucleotide polymorphism and this malocclusion for PAX9 gene. Even though genetic analyze demonstrated the hereditary etiology of the Class II subdivision 2 malocclusion, some clinical features were different in the two siblings.
ECOLOGICAL REHABILITATION PRIRODOHOZYAYSTVENNOY SYSTEM SOUTH OF RUSSIA published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
A.V. Temirkanova Improving the efficiency of the management of the ecological rehabilitation of the region requires prirodohozyaystvennoy offers new scientific approaches, developing appropriate algorithms and indicators for monitoring and evaluating the progress of the remediation strategy. They must comply with the current realities on the one hand, and take into account the prospects of development of individual regions and the existing level of habitat businesses - on the other.
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF LEAF EXTRACT OF MORUS INDICA (MULBERRY) FROM CHHATTISGARH published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Preeti, Chaitali Niratker* The Methanolic and Ethanolic extract of Morus indica was screened against five different pathogens and showed significant antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus, Aspergillus niger and Penicillium. It has been observed that ethanolic extract has maximum antibacterial activity against S.aureus (12mm). Among both solvents methanolic extracts has maximum antifungal. Activity against Aspergillus (30mm) followed by Penicillium (29mm). The present study shows that mulberry (Morus indica) leaf possess antimicrobial property as well as antifungal activity.
Impact of improved backyard production system on livelihood empowerment published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
G. MULA, 1P. S. PATRA, S. C. SARKER, 2B. PARAMANIK AND 2P. PANDA The study was attempted to assess the impact of viable backyard based technological interventions on rural livelihood empowerment to the farmers of four selected disadvantaged districts, viz. Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur, Malda and Murshidabad of West Bengal as a part of National Agricultural Innovation Project. The participatory and personal interview methods were followed to collect the information. The performance of the technological interventions was studied by following “Before-After” design. The results showed positive change in favour of livelihood empowerment. The vermicomposting technology showed net annual return to the tune of more than ` 9000.00. The small multi-tier horticulture technology meets the needs of the households’ nutritional requirement (99.24% per capita increase of vegetable consumption) and also increases the annual income up to 4 times. The performance improvement in case backyard production of goatery, poultry and duckery also helps in improving and sustaining the livelihood status of the beneficiaries. Increase of annual income to the tune of 130.59% from goatery, 88.17% from poultry and duckery holds good for sustaining the livelihood of landless people in the project area. The aquatic niche is managed through the technologies like extensive composite fishery, air breathing fish culture in unutilized derelict ditches and pond dyke based intensive small horticulture cum fodder cultivation led to 46.39% av. increase in fish yield, 62.11% av. increase in annual egg productivity. Briefly, improved backyard production system found to be a distinctive action oriented rural development strategy in view of social and economic aspects.
COMPARISON OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF MIRTAZAPINE AND CITALOPRAM ON OUT-PATIENTS WITH MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER WITH ANXIETY SYMPTOMS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1Kamelia Goodarzi, 2Dr. Ali Nazeri Astaneh*, 3Robabeh Mazinani, 4Neda Alibeigi, 5Zahra Mousavi Objective: The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the efficacy of Mirtazapine and Citalopram on depressive and anxiety symptoms of patients with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) with anxiety symptoms. Method: In a double blind randomized clinical trial, 64 subjects with MDD with anxiety symptoms were selected by DSM-IV-TR criteria and were divided in two groups (one with 20- 40mg/day Citalopram and another with 15-30mg/day Mirtazapine). They were assessed according to the Beck rating Scales for anxiety and depression in the weeks 0, 2, 4 and 8 after treatment and in every visit they were assessed by weight and side effects of medication. Results: There were no significant differences between two groups according to the Beck rating Scales for anxiety (p=0/81) and depressive in base line, (P=0.84). In both groups the decline in depressive and anxiety symptoms was significant after 8weeks (P=0.001). In comparison between two groups, Mirtazapine was more effective than Citalopram in decline depressive and anxiety symptoms and was faster on effect onset (P=0.001). There was no significant differences in two groups in side effects of medication, weight and sedation after 8weeks (P=0.72). Conclusion: This study showed Mirtazapine versus Citalopram was more effective with faster effect onset on MDD with anxiety symptoms.
HEALTH AWARENESS AND POPULARITY OF ALLOPATHIC, AYURVEDIC AND HOMEOPATHIC SYSTEMS OF MEDICINE AMONG NAVI MUMBAI POPULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Manjusha K. Borde1, H. N. Lalan2, Ipseeta Mohanty Ray3, T. Sanjeeva Kumar Goud4 Common reasons for frustration against Modern medicine are due to its serious side effects and lack of curative value in many of the chronic disorders. Traditional systems rely heavily on herbal material compared to modern system of medicine (allopathy). The aim of this study was to find out the awareness, misconceptions and myths of common man regarding traditional systems (Ayurveda, Homeopathy) and the overall preference of all systems and the preference of a system in case of common ailments and medical emergencies. The responses (400) obtained on the questionnaire sheet have been presented as Bar charts and Pie charts depending upon type of response along with general conclusion and suggestions.
Kliniklerin Kapasite Yönetiminde ve ?nsan Gücü Planlamas?nda Zamana Dayal? Faaliyet Tabanl? Maliyetleme (Time Driven Activity Based Costing Of The Clinical Capacity Management And Man Power Planning) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Bedia ATALAY Özet Faaliyet alan? insan sa?l??? olan sa?l?k i?letmeleri emek ve teknoloji yo?un i?letmelerdir. Sunulan sa?l?k hizmetleri farkl? bilgi ve becerilere sahip insan gücü gerektirmektedir. Sa?l?k hizmetlerinin temelinde, hizmetleri sunan personelin bedensel ve zihinsel kapasitesi yer almaktad?r. Ayr?ca i?çilik giderleri bir hizmet i?letmesi olan sa?l?k i?letmelerinde toplam giderleri içerisinde en büyük paya sahip olan giderlerdir. Dolay?s?yla kontrol edilmesi ve iyi yönetilmesi gereken önemli bir kaynak ve maliyet unsurudur. Mevcut ve potansiyel insan gücünün, tüm kaynaklar?n kapasitenin ve maliyetlerin do?ru planlanmas? ve yönetilmesinde geleneksel yöntemlerin yetersiz kalmas? ile ba?layan yeni aray??lar neticesinde zamana dayal? faaliyet tabanl? maliyetleme (ZDFTM) daha güvenilir bir yöntem olarak geli?tirilmi?tir. Bu çal??mada özel bir hastanenin tüm kliniklerinde sunulan sa?l?k hizmetlerinin maliyeti, kullan?lan ve kullan?lmayan kapasitesi ZDFTM ile hesaplanm??t?r. ZDFTM, i?letme yönetimine, maliyet, kapasite, insan gücü planlamas? ve yönetilmesinde önemli katk?lar sa?lamaktad?r. Abstract Health enterprises suppling the human health are businesses intensive in terms of labor and technology. The health services requires manpower with different knowledge and skills. The basis of health providing services, is located in the physical and mental capacity of the service staff . In addition, labor costs, has the largest share of total expenses in a service business of health enterprices. Therefore, it is an important resource and cost factor to be well managed and controlled. Current and potential manpower, all resources, capacity and accurate planning of costs and managing - the start of a new search result with the inadequacy of traditional methods Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing (TDABC) was developed as a more reliable method. In this study, the cost of health services provided in a private hospital clinics, used and unused capacity is calculated by TDABC. TDABC providing significant contributions on cost, capacity, human resources planning and management to business management.
GREEN MARKETING: OPPORTUNITIES AND ISSUES published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Dr. B. Suresh Lal The paper focuses the definition and concepts of green marketing, briefly discuss marketing mix and opportunities of green marketing. It also focuses some of the issues with green marketing. In today's business world environmental issues plays an important role in marketing. All most all the governments around the world have concerned about green marketing activities that they have attempted to regulate them. There has been little attempt to academically examine environmental or green marketing.
IMPLEMENTING PHARMACOVIGILANCE THROUGH PHARMACEUTICAL CARE: A THREE-MONTH PILOT STUDY WITH PATIENTS WITH SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Cecilia Maldonado1, Rossina Figliolo2, Adriana Mouta2, Carmen Duré2, Pietro Fagiolino1, Marta Vázquez1,* Diseases related to the immune system have seen their incidence grown in the latest years and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is not the exception. Pharmacological treatments include several immunosupressants and other drugs which expose patients to an ample variety of Drug Related Problems (DRPs) and Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs). This study aimed to determine the incidence and type of ADRs among patients with SLE of the Autoimmune Disease Clinic in the University Hospital of Uruguay following the implementation of a Pharmaceutical Care Programme. During a 3-month study, 13 women, aged 21 to 67 years old, were included. DRPs were classified according to the Second Consensus of Granada. ADRs were categorized using the WHO severity grading scale for ADRs and attribution of causality was assessed using Naranjo´s algorithm. Twenty-five DRPs were detected, 15 of them in the safety category, Hydroxychloroquine was the drug commonly involved in ADRs. Fatigability and rash were the ADRs the patients complained the most. Three patients on hydroxychloroquine and prednisone referred visual disturbances. Rash and visual disorders were categorized as moderate or severe according to the WHO severity scale. The rest of the ADRs were classified as mild. All ADRs were notified using the National Form for ADRs. Pharmacists Interventions were handed out to treating physicians and written information was given to patients. Performing active pharmacovigilance in SLE patients showed that ADRs in this population are not negligible, and that pharmacists play a key role contributing to better patient care and improving ADRs notification.
THE APPLICATION OF BIBLIOMETRIC METHODS FOR DETECTION OF NEW TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTEREST IN GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Valeria Alekseevna Vasilyeva Based on bibliometric database are explored publications on the gasification of biomass using science-metric indicators. At the analysis of publications are taken into account temporal changes, the regional dimension, the dynamics of interest to the topic. Russian and foreign indicators are compared, draws the conclusions about the validity using of bibliomtrics methods for determine the relevance of the scientific direction .
A Study of Schwartz Jampel Syndrome published in

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Dr. P. Viswajyothi Schwartz-Jampel syndrome (SJS) is a term now applied to 2 different inherited, autosomal recessive conditions, sometimes termed SJS type I and SJS type II. Both are very rare. SJS type I has 2 recognized subtypes, IA and IB, which are similar, except that type IB manifests earlier and with greater severity. 3 yr old boy is brought by his mother to neuro OPD with chief complaints of Chest deformity since 2 yrs, Intermittent abnormal facies since 1.5yr and Abnormal gait since 1yr
TALE OF A TAIL- CATCHING THE IMPACT OF TAILPIPE EXHAUSTS EMISSIONS WITH ADULTERATED PETROL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Amit P.Gawande *1 , Dr.J.P.Kaware While the debate about air pollution in India continues to focus on visible pollution sources such as rapid growth in coal-based thermal power generation, mining operations etc., tremendous growth of vehicles inside the cities is largely out of considerations of urban Indians and is one of the key drivers of the crisis. This work exposes the key factors responsible for urban air pollution emission. Identification of the problem clearly indicates that large numbers of vehicles are the dominant sources of urban air pollution growth, with those running on adulterated fuel as the main driver. The secondary particulates formed from aerosols like SO2 and NOx are key cause of the recent increase in PM2.5 levels, which is causing damage to human health and creating potentially a health emergency situation in India. This study emphasizes on the urgent need to comply with the most stringent vehicular emission standards in order to solve vehicular air pollution crisis.
THE LINES OF INTERACTION BETWEEN CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE STATE IN FORMING THE REGIONAL POLITICAL ELITE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Yury Radachinsky The present report is devoted to advanced topics in formation of regional political elite of Russia. The author makes a cause for involvement representatives of civil society to activities aimed at development the system of requirements (competences) to senior executives of subjects of the Russian Federation as well as technologies of its formation. The author described the key qualification standards for representatives of regional elite who make a part of executive candidate pool, and among these standards knowledge of regional specifics and resources, skill of their potential assessment and use for social and economic development of the region are at the top. The position of independent expert communities in formation standards for representatives of regional elite is determined. The case for taking steps for development qualification of regional elite with the assistance of experts skilled in economy, law, information technology, ecology and etc. are made.
EXTRACTION AND FORMULATION OF A HERBAL PRODUCT: THE CRUDE FLAVONOID EXTRACT OF GARCINIA KOLA HECKEL (BITTER KOLA) SEEDS INTO LOZENGES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
*Uzondu, Akueyinwa. Lovet. E., Okafo, Sinodukoo. Eziuzo Traditional medicine is the fore – runner of modern medicine. There is usually lack of standardization in the methods of extraction and formulation of traditional remedies into dosage forms. The seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel have been chewed and used for medicinal purposes, such as alleviation of mild throat infections. This claim was based on the fact that flavonoids can be extracted from the seeds. This study was set to obtain a crude flavonoid extract from the seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel and to formulate it into lozenges for the treatment of mild throat infections. The seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel were peeled, sun – dried to constant weight, and pulverised into coarse powder. Preliminary chemical tests were performed on the powder. Extraction of the crude flavonoid extract was done by maceration at room temperature (28 – 290C) and by soxhlet apparatus. The extracts were dried and weighed. The powdered extract was formulated into 100mg lozenges. The preliminary chemical tests performed on the powdered seeds of Garcinia kola Heckel revealed the presence of sterols and triterpenes, flavonoids, glycosides, saponins, resins, tannins, starch and proteins. Alkaloids were not detected. The percentage yield of the extract by maceration was higher (12.83%) than by soxhlet extraction (4.6%). The extracts have a characteristic chocolate colour, and were stable at room temperature. This work showed that crude flavonoid extracts can be obtained from Garcinia kola Heckel seeds by eithermaceration or soxhlet extraction methods. The extract can also be conveniently formulated into lozenges.
Noise Reduction using Low Pass Filter and Wavelet Transform published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Rajesh Patil Wavelet transform (WT) is a powerful tool for removing noise from a variety of signals. In this experiment, wavelet transform is used along with low pass filter. The results of Wavelet transform and combination of Low pass filter with WT are compared. Error between original signal and reconstructed signal is found to be less in combination of Low pass filter with WT
Factors contributing in making online shopping successful in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Chandrashekhar Aronkar On-line shopping has become a very effective way of purchase in India today. Expansion of information and communication technology and e-banking has made this mode of marketing successful. Today we have many online shopping companies and websites offering various products with most attractive prices with easy mode of payments. This paper discusses the factors contributing in making online shopping successful in India.
SINK REPOSITIONING OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE USING PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prerana Shrivastava In today’s wireless sensor networks mobile sinks plays an important role in data transmission and reception. Therefore it becomes very important to estimate the optimized position of the mobile sinks in order to improve the overall efficiency of the wireless sensor networks. In this paper, the particle swarm optimization technique has been used for the estimation of the position of the mobile sinks and its impact on the various performance factors of the wireless sensor network has been observed. The simulation result showed that finding the optimal location of the sink in the mobile environment improve s the various performance parameters of the network thereby extending the overall lifetime of the network.
Dispersion in a Gas Filled Hollow Core Photonic Crystal Fiber published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Hanan J. Taher* Hollow core photonic bandgap fibers provide a new geometry for the realization and enhancement of many nonlinear optical effects. Such fibers offer novel guidance and dispersion properties that provide an advantage over conventional fibers for various applications. Dispersion, which expresses the variation with wavelength of the guided-mode group velocity, is one of the most important properties of optical fibers. Photonic crystal fibers (PCFs) offer much larger flexibility than conventional fibers with respect to tailoring of the dispersion curve. This is partly due to the large refractive-index contrast available in the silica/air microstructures, and partly due to the possibility of making complex refractive-index structure over the fiber cross section. In this paper the fundamental physical mechanism has been discussed determining the dispersion properties of PCFs, and the dispersion in a gas filled hollow core photonic crystal fiber has been calculated. We calculate the dispersion of air filled hollow core photonic crystal fiber, also calculate the dispersion of N2 gas filled hollow core photonic crystal fiber and finally we calculate the dispersion of He gas filled hollow core photonic crystal fiber.
Augmentation of Reading and Communication Skills by Creative Teaching published in

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S. SREEJANA Effective communication has been the need of any millennium. Over time, the knowledge transfer has brought us to the present day where English has become the most accepted universal medium of interaction for anything and everything. Today, life at any level, from learner to teacher, from consumer to producer, from technology to innovation etc., have become very fast paced and demanding. So, “Speed” is a key differentiating factor which is of very high demand. There is considerable amount of struggle and competition that is ongoing at every level to match up with the demand for this speed. To satisfy this demand, it is very important that everyone uses the common medium for communication. Since English has become the language that has a greater percentage of usage it is playing a pivotal role in helping the cause. This paper brings out the challenges of teaching English as a second language and highlights on how activity based reading skill plays a vital role in developing ones communication skills.
Factors Influencing Service Seeker’s Perception About Customer Relationship Management in Corporate Hospitals published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Syed Shaukath Hussain, Ayub Khan Dawood Service sector is the ever green sector which is at its boom in the recent days. The growth of retails industries and all service is extensive in the recent past. Hospital sector is not an exception in this regard and has been growing and always at its growing pace ever since its existence. Corporate hospitals are the recent additions to the healthcare sector that exists at its best performance. The researcher has made an attempt to study the factors influencing the service seekers perception about corporate hospitals in Chennai city in tamilnadu. Five factors were identified as that influencing service seekers’ perception about corporate hospitals. T-Test was done to identify the major factor that was influencing the customers’ perception about CRM in hospitals. The Hospitals need to give significant importance to such factors. This study is a value addition to the CRM literature in an Indian context.
Life Satisfaction Of Korean Elderly Parents According To Offspring Gender: A Kangwha Cohort Study published in

International Journal of Translation & Community Medicine (IJTCM)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Minjee Lee1, Sang Hyun Kim2, Heechoul Ohrr3, Eun-Cheol Park4* Background: The aging population trend is increasing globally and raises social concerns regarding life satisfaction of elderly people. Offspring are perceived to be a significant factor for Korean elderly people. This study identified whether elderly life satisfaction was related to offspring gender. Methods: This cross-sectional study consisted of 2,875 respondents (male, 7,176; female, 1,699) aged 65 years or older from the Kangwha Cohort Study. Analysis of variance and linear regression model were used to analyze the association between offspring gender and life satisfaction. The variables related to life satisfaction were controlled for in the present study. Results: Elderly Korean women who had son(s) and daughter(s) scored on average 6.491 points (p = 0.000) higher on the Life Satisfaction Index (LSI) than women with no children. Parents who were 75-84 years old and had only son(s) scored on average 6.166 points (p = 0.034) higher on the LSI than parents of the same age with no children after adjusting for age, marital status, occupation, education, chronic disease, smoking, and alcohol consumption. Conclusion: Life satisfaction of elderly Korean parents varied according to offspring gender. The results may be related to ideology of the nuclear family, tradition of male child preference, importance of social support, and vulnerability of the social security system as Korean social cultural characteristics.
Obesity as a noticeable cause of physical stress; a study on relationship of physical exertion and cardiovascular parameters published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Ammara Farooq2, Muzna Patel2, Sadaf Ahmed1&2 & Shamoon Noushad1 Introduction Physical tension is a response to environmental pressures, needs or demands or any vigorous bodily activity leading in altering physiological responses, is counted as physical stress such as aerobics, work outs, injury or aches. It may also count on physical traumas as cuts, burns, sprains, broken bones, surgery etc. In other words physical stress is bodily response to substantial pressures such as exertion, noise, illness or exercises. Methodology The purpose of this study is to observe the severity of physical stress in individuals with respect to their BMI, subjects were assessed pre & post for blood pressure and pulse while Physical stress scores were calculated through Sadaf stress scale (SSS), the data was then analyzed using SPSS 19.0. Results showed that physical stress increases with increased BMI while it also shows significant difference in obese individuals presystolic and pre diastolic with post systolic and post diastolic pressures. Conclusion From this study we conclude that BMI is directly proportional to physical stress. So maintenance of normal body weight is the utmost requirement for healthier life.
RESEARCH ON NEW TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION MODEL- APPLIED 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY BUSINESS ECOLOGY published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
yeog-inKwon, Hyunk-kyungKim, Soon-GyuJung Public interest in 3D printing as the next-generation technology is increasing and the potential and market size of the technology’s convergence industry are increasing accordingly. This presents an opportunity to focus on the positive effects of 3D printing technology, which is also emerging as a manufacturing innovation and to discuss its market entry and development from an industry ecological perspective. To this end, this study analyzes the application value of3D printing technology as a value chain and business model. The study uses the innovative Betz (2011) model of the introduction of new technology to propose an ecological model that can be used for a convergence industry. The 3D printing industry was categorized into three main domains—industry convergence, industry support, and industry control—and the characteristics of each domain were defined. This study’s analysis is based on a case of an R&D project carried out with government funding to solve the copyright problem in the 3D printing industry. Keywords: Digital 3D Printer, 3D Printing Industry, Business Ecosystem, Managing, Technological Innovation.
Study of qualitative and quantitative indicators of speech anxiety in students' speech in situations of emotional stress published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Turchak ?.M. At this stage of the development of psychological science the problem of speech anxiety as a separate type of situational anxiety is not popular among scientists and researchers. However, the study of this phenomenon is the key to optimizing human activities, in particular speech activity. According to the author, the development of special programs to overcoming and correction of speech anxiety and their introduction into the curriculum of higher education institutions, not only will improve the speech of students, but also will have a positive impact on the overall progress of students. This article outlines the basics of empirical research of speech anxiety in situations of emotional stress, as well as an analysis of the manifestations of students' speech anxiety in emotiogenic situations related to educational process. Key words: speech anxiety, emotional stress situation, indicator, research program.
PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTIBACTERIAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE METHANOL EXTRACT OF ALTERNANTHERA PHILOXEROIDES (MART.) GRISEB published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Sowjanya Pulipati*, Srinivasa Babu. P and B. Sri Devi The present work is aimed at exploring the phytochemical analysis and antibacterial activity of methanol leaf extract of Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.) Griseb. Many plants have been used medicinally because of their antimicrobial traits, which are due to compounds synthesized in the secondary metabolism of the plant. The plant material was extracted with methanol by cold maceration process. The preliminary phytochemical screening was carried out and the presence of carbohydrates, aminoacids, proteins, cardiac glycosides, alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins and phenolic compounds were observed. The methanol extract of A.philoxeroides possess appreciable levels of tannin and flavonoid contents, 5.6 mg of GAE/gm and 4.5 mg of rutin/gm of extract respectively. The antimicrobial activity was carried by agar well diffusion method against bacteria S.aureus, B.subtilis, B.megaterium, E.faecalis, S.mutans, E.coli, K.pneumoniae, P.aeruginosa and P.vulgaris. Methanol extract exhibited maximum activity (16±0.57mm) against E.coli. The results of MIC indicated that S.aureus and E.coli were the most sensitive bacteria to A.philoxeroides leaf methanol extract, inhibited at lowest concentration of 12.5?g/ml.
Optimal Duration of Relationship Lending – An Empirical Analysis of Borrowers' Benefits published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Shu-Ling Cheng This paper explores how the borrower’s benefits (i.e. relationship lending) evolve in a close bank-borrower relationship over time for publicly-traded firms and non-publicly-traded firms. Based on a large set of bank loans made to Taiwanese firms from 1998 to 2007, a significant inverted U-shaped relation between relationship lending and borrowers' benefits (in terms of loan size) is found. Importantly, the optimal duration of relationship lending differs for public and non-publicly traded firms.
Comparative Study of Using and Non using Post-Abortal Temporary Contraception published in

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Dr. Raxita Patel, Dr. Krishna Jagatiya, Dr. Jigar Baria, Dr. Udit Kilji, Dr. Vijay Chaudhary OBJECTIVE To find out incidence and reason for discontinuation of using and non using temporary contraceptive methods after abortion. METHOD This Is a prospective study of 270 women. Group A are users of temporary contraception (135) and Group B are non users of contraception (135) after abortion. In group A, 65.9% accepted CuT, 27.4% accepted OCPs and 6.66% used condoms. At 6 month and 1 year follow up, 4.44% and 18.5%, respe tively discontinued contraception. In Group B, 15.55% women having repeated abortion in follow up study. CONCLUSION Better compliance for temporary contraception due to immediate reversal of fertility and avoid unwanted pregnancy termination.
PHARMACOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY ASYSTASIA GANGETICA (L.) T. AND. published in

Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy

Published by Journal of Harmonized Research in Publications
Daffodil E.D, Packia Lincy M, Pon Esakki D, Mohan V.R* Abstract The present study has been carried out to evaluate the pharmacochemical characterization and in vitro antibacterial activity of the whole plant extracts of Asystasia gangetica. Physicochemical parameters parameters (Ash value and extractive value; fluorescence analysis) and phytochemical analysis were done by using the standard methods. The petroleum ether, benzene, ethyl acetate, methanol and ethanol extracts were tested against Bacillus thuringiensis, Streptococcus faecalis, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella paratyphi, Proteus vulgaris, Serratia marcescens by the agar disc diffusion method. The total ash value of whole plant of Asystasia gangetica is 10.14%.. The extractive value of water is more than in the solvents investigated. Preliminary photochemical screening of whole plant showed the presence of alkaloids, tannins, terpenoids, xanthoprotein, and sugar in the methanol and ethanol extracts. The whole plant extracts of Asystasia gangetica showed potent antibacterial activity. The present investigation, whole plant of Asystasia gangetica revealed the high degree of antibacterial against Salmonella paratyphi. The pharmacochemical characterization will be helpful to study the active principles using modern techniques in the later part of this work. Key Words: Asystasia gangetica, fluorescence analysis, Phytochemical, Antibacterial.
SOCIAL RELATION AS A METHOD TO ENHANCE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL - BEING OF THE ELDERLY – A SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION STUDY published in

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Meera E. H. The most ignored of all development issues is the population ageing. Ageing is primarily the effect of a two dimensional demographic change: on the one hand overall mortality declines, resulting in longer life expectancy; on the other, declines in fertility result in decreasing the proportion of children and young adults in the population and, consequently, in increasing that of older adults. The present study is an intervention type of research in a residential care home for the elderly women. The main focus of the study is to know whether the social work intervention is effective among the elderly women for improving their social relations, and thus the overall quality of life. Statistical techniques such as descriptive analysis and inferential statistics were applied to reach the findings and conclusions.
DATA MINING TECHNIQUES FOR PREDICTING SCHOOL FAILURES AND DROPOUT published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR. ABNISH KUMAR, DR. MANOJ KUMAR SINGH, DR. NEERAJ YADAV, DR. PARVEEN KUMAR Schinzel-Giedion syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by coarse facies, midfaceretraction, hypertrichosis, multiple skeletal anomalies, and cardiac and renal malformations. Craniofacial abnormalities of this syndrome sometimes resemble a storage or metabolic disease. The pathogenesis of the disease remains unknown. The objective of this report was to emphasize the importance of congenital bilateral hydronephrosis for the diagnosisof SchinzelGiedion syndrome.
Power Values in Education: Nature, Need and Necessity published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Pratisha Padmasri Deka All good education is, in essence, a process of developing the human personality in all its dimensions – intellectual, physical, social, moral, spiritual etc. Therefore, education in its aims, curriculum and methods should be inseparably bound up with values. Values, beliefs, assumptions are the basis (root) upon which the Learning tree is planted covering a wide variety of knowledge, skills and attitudes. Depending upon philosophical and practical desirability and utility educational values are of different types including moral values, aesthetic values, social values, environmental values and power values. In general the word “power” means “the ability or capacity to do something or act in a particular way” or “the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behaviour of others or the course of events.” Power values thus imply “sets of ideas or preferences that empowers an individual to act in certain direction”. Power values direct individual behabiour as well as learning process. This paper mainly deals with conceptual framework of power values in education and significance of power values for educational growth and balance development.
MICROSPHERES OF GLYCOPYRRONIUM BROMIDE FOR SUSTAINED DRUG DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manju Pal *, Dr. Amrita Bajaj, Dr. Pramod Kadu Glycopyrronium Bromide an anti-muscarinic drug used in the treatment of asthma and COPD, was formulated as microspheres by using ethylcellulose as carrier polymer. The drug loaded ethyl cellulose microspheres were prepared by optimized spray drying technology. The prepared microspheres were subjected to physico-chemical evaluation and in-vitro release studies. High percentage drug entrapment was obtained with increasing drug polymer ratio. The particle sizes of the prepared microspheres were determined by Motic microscopy and SEM analysis. The prepared microspheres exhibited good spherical geometry with smooth surface as evidenced by SEM. The in-vitro release studies on Glycopyrronium Bromide microspheres of 1:3 ratios showed better sustained effect over a period of 12 hours. They were proved suitable for sustained oral delivery of the anti-muscarinic drug. The microspheres were also incorporated in Dry Powder Inhaler formulations for prolonged pulmonary delivery.
Improvement of engineering characteristics of locally available soil mass by use of marble dust published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.P. ARORA, N.K. AMETA, KAPIL K. SAMAR AND K.L. SAMDANI Marble powder is an excellent material for mechanical stabilization of cohesive soil. A need is existed for thorough understanding of outcomes of various engineering tests when the marble slurry is mixed with soil samples. Very few researchers have been attracted by enhancing the soil properties by marble slurry. Use of marble slurry with soil can be a sustainable solution for its disposal.
EFFECT OF VISCOSITY ON ENERGY OF HARMONIC OSCILLATOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mubarak Dirar Abdallah*, Mohamed Mamoun Abdalazeem, due to the wave particle dueling of quantum world one can use energy relations for harmonic oscillator. In this work the kinetic and potential energy, beside the viscous energy for harmonic oscillator and their relation to each other was found. The expression of viscous energy was simplified by relating the classical and quantum expressions according to correspondence principle. This viscous energy expression was added to the classical Hamiltonian energy to find the total medium energy. This total energy beside the wave equation of wave packet was used to find the modified Schrodinger equation.The Schrodinger equation with viscous energy can be used to find the behavior of Hydrogen atoms electrons in bulk mater. The expression reduces to the ordinary ones in the absence of friction. It shows also that the viscous energy is quantized.
Cultural Resistance Through Children’s Literature: a Study on the Children’s Works by Select Native American Writers published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Parvathy. U Culture is acquired by an individual even from his childhood. The values and beliefs acquired by a child forms the important factor which determines his/her future thoughts and beliefs. In most of the societies cultural values and beliefs are passed onto the next generation through the medium of stories. Children can only develop through their experience of the social and physical world and stories forms an important part of that world. In this sense, children’s literature can play an important role in making children realize the values, beliefs and rituals of their social groups and its significance. The present paper entitled “Cultural Resistance Through Children’s Literature: A Study on the Children’s Works by Select Native American Writers” tries to out how far the select Native American writers successfully use the medium of children’s literature to propagate and inculcate the rich cultural heritage of Native Americans to the younger generation and to resist the cultural marginalization faced by their community under the dominant white culture.
tween QWL, employee performance and career growth opportunities. published in

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

International Education and Research Journal

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Márcia Mello Costa De Liberal, João Clemente de Souza Neto, Yára Schramm This article aims to outline the importance of the study of biographical elements in teacher and social educator's formation. It builds on fragments of history and actions of two educators who have translated their personal convictions in acts of human and social promotion of their living space. Their biographies show us that the role of education is to form and prepare people who respect each other, with trust and sharing. Consistent with their principles and choices, they show us the way to discover what, how, for what and why to do in a given context, amid the challenges of a society governed by the dynamics of consumption, the devaluation of life and a certain clouding consciences.
HOMOTOPY PERTURBATION AND ABOODH TRANSFORM FOR SOLVING SINE-GORDEN AND KLEIN-GORDEN EQUATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohand M. Abdelrahim Mahgoub* In this paper, we practiced relatively new, analytical method known as the homotopy perturbation method (HPM) and Aboodh transform is employed to obtain the approximate analytical solution of the Klein–Gordon and sineGordon equations. The nonlinear terms can be handled by the use of homotopy perturbation method. The proposed homotopy perturbation method is applied to reformulate the first and the second order initial value problems which leads to the solution in terms of transformed variable, and the series solution that can be obtained by making use of the inverse transformation.
TAXATION IN THE MEMBER COUNTRIES OF THE CUSTOMS UNION 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�
Nazarova Svetlana Subject matter of the study: the tax systems of member countries in the Customs union. Scope of the study: efficiency of the taxation systems in the Customs Union members. Object of the study: studying of established practice of tax systems creation in the Customs Union members and development of suggestions for taxation systems improvement in the countries of the Customs union. Methods of study: comparative analysis, groups, expert estimates. The taxation systems in the Customs union member countries are studied, their assessment is given and suggestions for improvement of their taxation systems are developed. The directions on optimization of taxation systems in the Customs union members are developed. Area of possible practical application: improvement of taxation systems in the Customs union member countries. Technical, economic importance: the introduction of suggestions is ideally to allow the possible creation of equal conditions of taxation in the Customs union member countries.
CYCLE TIME REDUCTION THROUGH MINIMIZATION OF TRANSPORTATION AT A PALLET MANUFACTURING COMPANY IN THE PHILIPPINES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Flocerfida L. Amaya * , Teresita B Gonzales, Nancy P. Mercado , Jayson D. Pobar In the pursuit of profitability and competitiveness, more companies are turning to lean manufacturing to reduce or eliminate waste in their production processes. Cycle Time Reduction to increase productivity was the aim of the study. Top two (2) most existing lean manufacturing waste s namely transportation and motion were identified and confirmed after observation. Oth er tools such as time study, interview, survey and measuring distances were used to obtain the necessary data. Process activity chart and four different preferred lay - outs in order to minimize transportation were presented to reduce the cycle time in maki ng the plywood - based pallet. Interchanging the nailing section after the cutting section (dice & cube), in line with the faceting section and the assembly line had been proposed. In effect, the company will be able to produce sixty nine ( 69 ) units per hour which is equivalent to 552 plywood - based pallets per eight (8) hour of work.
Management of stem and root rot of sesame published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.S. CHOUDHARY*, ANJANA ARUN AND S.M. PRASAD1 Out of 27 entries evaluated against stem and root rot caused byMacrophomina phaseolina, only three entries viz., IC–205477, IC– 205506 and Krishna were identified as resistant. Dates of sowing trials revealed that early sowing favored Macrophomina stem and root rot. Multiple regression equation between disease index and weather variables exhibited strong relationship among the different components of epiphytotics during 2002-03 and 2003-04 crop seasons (R2 =0.989 and 0.985). This disease appeared during second week of July in the field. Maximum apparent infection rate of 0.122 unit/day and 0.118 unit/day were calculated at July 25, during both years of experimentations, respectively. The mean temperature 26.86 to 28.930C, mean relative humidity 77.49 to 79.4 per cent, rainfall 5.54 mm and 13.24 mm and 12 and 14 number of rainy days were favorable for maximum disease development. Seed treatment with a mixture of carbendazim 50 WP (0.1%) and thiram 75 WP (0.15%) recorded minimum PDI of 11.15 per cent and 9.91 per cent and highest seed yield of 637 kg/ha and 646 kg/ha during above mentioned crop seasons. First spray of carbendazim 50 WP (0.05%) + second spray of T. viride (107 spore/g) were found to be most economical for the management of the disease.
MICHELIA CHAMPACA: A USEFUL REMEDY FOR MAST CELL STABILIZATION, ANTIALLERGIC AND ANAPHYLACTIC ACTIVITY IN MANAGEMENT OF ASTHMA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Anupama A. Suralkar*, Tayade G.V. and Dose R. S. The anti-allergic, anti-anaphylactic and mast cell stabilizing activity of ethanolic extract of Michelia champaca (MC) was evaluated pharmacologically by using milk induced leukocytosis and eosinophilia in mice, compound 48/80 induced mast cell degranulation in rats and egg albumin induced passive paw anaphylaxis in rats. In the milk induced eosinophilia and leukocytosis, MC showed significant inhibition of the total number of eosinophils and leukocyte count in mice; in the compound 48/80 induced mast cell degranulation MC showed significant protection of mast cells in rats; and in passive paw anaphylaxis, MC showed significant reduction in the paw edema volume in rats. These results suggest that MC may prove to be a potential therapeutic agent in management of asthma which may be due to anti-stress, mast cell stabilizing and anti-inflammatory activity.
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Refrigeration Tube Joining by FSW with Fixture published in

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Patel Anand K., Mohite Arvind S. In Refrigeration copper tube joining is done by brazing, to avoid numerous defects as well as cost of brazing, Friction stir welding can be done. which give high strength and good weld quality. In this paper work is done by experimental study and fixture is design for the same. Process has been developing to produce a welding fixture which will join the tube by FSW. The weld is made by a tool rotating at a design rate and moving through the metal being joined. The metal is not melted but, mixed at particular temperature. Fixture is design in a such way that whole process of rotational speed of the tool and the pressure by which the tool is pressed is well controlled. Result in high strength join can be generated by FSW fixture.
Combing AHP with BSC Approach for Constructing Enterprise Performance Measurement System and Strategy Map – A Study of Chain Restaurants in Taiwan 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
Li-Min Chuang, Yen-Yu Chen The objective of this study is to construct a performance measurement system and a strategy map based on the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) and balanced scorecard (BSC) concept for chain restaurants in Taiwan. The survey of the study is conducted by 300 employees, and 12 top senior managers of chain restaurants and 5 balanced scorecard domain experts in Taiwan. The BSC concept is applied to define the hierarchy with four major perspectives (i.e. financial, customer, internal business process, and learning and growth), and performance indicators are selected for each perspective. Analytic hierarchy process (AHP) determines the weighting distribution of four major perspectives and each indicator among four major perspectives. An AHP analysis indicates finance perspective and customer perspective would be the first two priorities of the alternatives.
Physico-chemical and ultra-structural characterizations of PLGA-loaded nanoparticles of Boldine and their efficacy in ameliorating cisplatin induced hepatotoxicity in normal liver cells in vitro published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

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Jesmin Mondal, Ashis Kumar Panigrahi, Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh Production of unwanted hepatotoxicity and side-effects often restrict use of cisplatin as a chemotherapeutic agent in oncology. Therefore, this study was conducted for testing if co-administration of poly (lactic-co-glycolide) (PLGA)-loaded Boldine (NBol), an active alkaloid ingredient of Boldo (Peumus boldus) plant reported to have cytoprotective property could alleviate cisplatin-induced toxicity better than Boldine (Bol) in normal liver cells (WRL-68) but not protecting liver cancer cells (HepG2). NBol were prepared by adopting the standard solvent displacement method and characterized for their size, morphology and zeta potential by using dynamic light scattering, atomic force-, scanning- and transmission-electron microscopies, and fourier transform infra-red spectroscopy. Cellular entry was also demonstrated with the aid of fluorescence microscopy. The entrapment efficiency, percent yield, in vitro release kinetics and protective effects of NBol were analyzed by studying cellular morphology of liver cells, MTT assay, and cytotoxicity assay. Expression of different proteins related to cytotoxicity and cell survival were critically studied by western blotting and confocal microscopy. Boldine loaded PLGA nanoparticles were successfully prepared with 84.19 ± 1.72% yield in the nanometer range and had 81.93 ± 0.915% encapsulation efficiency. Co-administration of NBol and cisplatin produced better and faster site-specific action than that of Bol due to former’s smaller size (115.5±0.469nm) and negative zeta potential (-17.4±2.38 mV). Co-administration of NBol protected normal cells from cisplatin-induced hepatotoxicity, but had no or negligible protective effects in cancer cells. Thus, NBol had greater potential of being used as a supportive therapy along with cisplatin in the treatment of cancer.
Ethnobotanical Formulations for Chronic Disorders by Yerukala Tribe of Warangal District, Telangana published in

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G. Prabhakar, P. Kamalakar Ethnomedicinal practices of the tribe Yerukala, a semi nomadic community from warangal district of Telangana state was studied for chronic disorders during 2013 and 2014. Thirty one different formulations were recorded for fourteen types of chronic ailments, where thirty two plant species belonging to twenty two families were involved. The data was recorded based on expertise and the successful cases. Chronic disorders like Convulsions, Jaundice, Infertility, Migraine, Paralysis, Diabetes, Arthritis etc. were considered, for which solo as well as composite herbal preparations are available.
Medical Tourism in India published in

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MANZOOR AHMAD KHAN Medical Tourism is broadly defined as the act of travelling to obtain medical care in another country or region of the same country where specialised treatment is given to the patients at affordable cost without waiting for long time. India has become one of the main hub of Medical Tourism in the world. There are several reasons like world class technology and procedures, word class doctors and nurses are available in India at a very less cost. This Medical Tourism has boosted India’s economy and increases its forex. In India, there is a vast scope for Medical Tourism. There is a need to explore this potential in full strength.
THE EFFECTS OF COOKING METHODS ON ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND PHENOL CONTENT IN VEGETABLES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ali Mirzaei1, Hamdollah Delaviz2*, Hamidreza Mohammadi3 Introduction: Total phenol and antioxidant activity of vegetables may be changed by different ways of cooking such as, baking, steaming, pressure cooking, microwaving and frying. This study is conducted to determine the antioxidant activity and phenol content of three Iranian vegetables by different cooking methods. Materials and Method: Fresh Broccoli (Brassica oleracea, L. pepper (Capsium annuum, L and spinach (Spinacia oleracea,L.) were obtained from a market in Yasuj, Iran. One portion was kept raw as control and stored at 4 ?C in the refrigerator, others were subjected for four different cooking methods. After cooking, the cooked vegetables were cooled and then all vegetables were homogenized in a 2 min , and stored at ?20 ?C until analyses. Raw and cooked vegetables were analyzed by different antioxidant activity methods and total phenol contents based on dry matter. Results: The fresh vegetables total phenol content ranged 882–1306 mg GAE/100 g dm. After cooking procedures, the total phenolics content of spinach and broccoli was insignificantly reduced. Conversely, total phenolic content of pepper was significantly increased in boiling (8%) and frying (4%) methods. Total antioxidant activity of DPPH against of TEAC method in all samples increased during all cooking procedures compared to the fresh procedure. Conclusion: depends on cooking methods and kind of vegetables nutritional and physicochemical qualities changed by domestic cooking. Moreover, these results suggest further studies are needed to identify a preferential cooking method for each vegetable to improve the nutritional quality and their reliability.
Mechanical Properties of High Performance Concrete Incorporating Rice Husk Ash published in

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R. Dharmaraj In the present investigation, a feasibility study is made to utilize the rice husk ash as an mineral admixture in HPC and to investigate the mechanical properties of concrete. The properties of cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water for M60 grade concrete is arrived as per ACI 211.1-91. HPC mixes incorporating different percentages of RHA by weight of cement along with some suitable super plasticizer. OPC was replaced with RHA by weight at 0%, 2.5%, 5%,7.5%, and 10%. w/c ratio between 0.35. Slump flow test was carried out on fresh concrete were prepared to have a slump between 175- 225mm while Mechanical strength properties was carried out on hardened 150 mm concrete cubes after 3, 7, 14 and 28 days curing in water. The results of the study indicate that the Mechanical properties of HPC mixes improved by incorporating RHA up to a desirable content of 7.5% by weight of cement.
A NEW META-HEURISTIC FRAMEWORK FOR FORECASTING OIL DEMAND IN IRAN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
KH.Hemmatpour1 , M.A.Behrang1,2,*, E.Assareh2 Energy is a central element to achieve the interrelated economic, social, and environmental goals toward sustainable development of each country. Detailed, complete, timely and reliable statistics are essential to monitor the energy situation and develop energy demand estimation models at a country as well as at international level to make sound energy policy decisions. In this study, a novel approach for oil consumption modeling is presented. For this purpose, following demand estimation models are developed using Cuckoo Search (CS) algorithm to forecast oil consumption: PGIE Model: Oil consumption is estimated based on population, GDP, import and export. PGML Model: Oil consumption is estimated based on Population, GDP, export minus import, and number of lightduty vehicles (LDVs). PGMH Model: Oil consumption is estimated based on population, GDP, export minus import, and number of heavyduty vehicles (HDVs). Linear and non- linear forms of equations are developed for each model. Eventually, In order to show the accuracy of the CS algorithm, a comparison is made with the Genetic Algorithm (GA), Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), and Gravitational Search Algorithm (GSA) estimation models which are developed for the same problem. Oil demand in Iran is forecasted up to year 2030.
DEVELOPEMENT, IN-VITRO EVALUATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF METOPROLOL SUCCINATE ORODISPERSIBLE TABLETS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Amit E. Birari1*, Jayshree S. Bhadane2. The main objective of the present study is to design, evaluate and optimization of Metoprolol succinate orodispersible table (ODTs) with superdisintegrants. Orodispersible tablets disintegrate instantly on the patient tongue or buccal mucosa. It is suited for tablets undergoing high first pass metabolism and is used for improving bioavailability with reducing dosing frequency to minimize side effect. Various formulations of Metoprolol succinate tablets were prepared by direct compression method using different concentration of Superdisintegrants (Kollidon CL and croscarmellose sodium) 2.5% to 5 %. The blend of ingredients was evaluated for Angle of Repose (?), Bulk Density, Carr’s Compressibility Index (CI) and Hausners Ratio. The Prepared tablets were evaluated for weight variation, thickness, hardness, friability, content uniformity, disintegration time and in vitro dissolution studies. All formulations were shows acceptable results for all the evaluation parameters and form the data formulation F4 was considered as an optimized formulation. Since it meets all standard requirements. Keywords: ODTs, Metoprolol succinate, Kollidon CL, croscarmellose sodium.
Recourse of Syntax to Phonology published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Mbarek Hanoun The objective of this paper is to demonstrate that pause as a prosodic (phonological) phenomenon, is not dependent on syntax, nor is it one of the byproducts thereof, as claimed in generative phonology. In order to argue for the recourse of syntax to the pause and reorganization of speech to be complete and significant, the author draws on a language heritage provided by grammarians, interpretation specialists and purists, on the one hand, and a linguistic heritage undermined by the predominant theories in the linguistic landscape. The paper focuses on two phenomena: the role of pause in disambiguating syntactic chunks, and as a catalyst for establishing syntactic structures. Prosodic phonological theory has been adopted in this regard, as it has been developed within the generative paradigm. The paper concludes that pause is a structuring and guiding component of speech. Hence, it is not a superficial phenomenon, rather a catalyst for establishing speech, on equal footing with syntax in this regard. The dominating status of syntax seems less valid, overshadowed by the synergy of the components of grammar (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics) to produce speech chunks that ensure and preserve communication.
CONSIDERATION OF RELATIONSHIP ABILITY BY SUMMARIZED? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Dr. M.V.Siva Prasad, M.Shailaja, P.Swathi? Searching acquaintance of entities by Wikipedia is the significant most modern issues in field of information exploration. WebPages of searching includes a keyword which has developed whereas information hunt has of late been investigated to obtain information of a particular entity. Searching of Wikipedia is regularly an improved alternative for a customer to get hold of information of a particular entity than representative exploring engines. A novel system was intended for computing a connection by reflecting entire notions of remoteness, connectivity, besides co-citation. It makes use of a comprehensive maximum flow on information system towards working out potency of a connection from entity by means of assessment of flow. Thought of cohesion basis techniques were not assumed since they reprove entities containing elevated degrees even though such entities are significant towards a number of relations in Wikipedia. An entity correlated by entities turn out to be an entity connecting to mutually when path of each edge is inverted and hence co-occurrence is considered as reverse of co-citation.
Isolation and Structural Elucidation of the Steroidal Saponin; Stigma-4-En-3-0-?-D-Galactopyranoside From Ocimum Canum published in

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Pankaj Shrivastava, Dr. Manojdatar Dried and powdered plant materials were successively Soxhlet extracted with Alcoholic solvents for 72 hrs.and Crude hot water extracts of the plants were prepared separately by boiling the plant materials for 15 min. Percentage yield of the plants were determined with respect to the total weight of extracts. Phytochemical analysis of Ocimum canum extracts showed absence of alkaloids in both the extracts and positive results for saponins in both alcoholic and aqueous extract. Chromatographic separation for purification and crystallized powers on the basis of spectral examination by IR, UV,NMR and Mass spectroscopy structure identification of Stigma-4-en-3-O-D-galactopyranoside (RS-1) has been elucidated.
A Case Study on Public Private Partnership for an Effective Indian E-Governance published in

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Kumar D, Dr. N. Panchanatham Information and Communication technology brings down the cost, improves the process quality and makes a speedy reach to all the objects targeted.It considers social, economic and environmental aspects in the decision making of Governance policies.Public-private partnership (PPP) describes a government service or private business venture which is funded and operated through a partnership of government and one or more private sector companies, in which the private party provides a public service or project and assumes substantial financial, technical and operational risk in the project.While independently every project offers wide scope for the development of society, these projects lack uniformity and national perspective.This paper stretches its objectivesfor the utilization of e-Governance as a tool to effectively establish Public Private Partnershipwith Information and Communication Technology in the development ofquantity and quality of service for consumers. The main goal of this paper is to bring out the concerns related to PPP for effective E-Governance.
CSR of MNC in Transition Economies published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Jennet Achyldurdyyeva, Christina Yu-Ping Wang, Bih-Shiaw Jaw The study showcase key themes and objectives CSR of MNCs in transition economy and the type of CSR activities reported to the audience. Contribution of the paper is in bringing insights into the goals, motives, objective of CSR of MNCs in Central Asia. The findings of the study are based on the content analysis research design of the key CSR explicitly reported to the audience. Multiple sources of publicly available data on MNCs (CSR reports, annual reports, websites of the companies, local news outlets reporting about CSR of foreign companies) were coded to generate the findings. Limitation of the study is in the limited number of companies/countries reviewed. This paper contributes to the literature on CSR of MNCs in transition economies.
Dynamics of Carbon Storage and Sequestration in Major Forest Tree Species of Andhrapradesh published in

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R. Shankar, D. Naresh, B. Joseph. K.B. Suneetha Devi, M.A.Aarifkhan Trees are major carbon pools on earth. By photosynthesis mechanism carbon flows in ecosystems and carbon converts by plants in the form of its biomass. Worldwide, decreasing forest cover due to increasing biopressure we are losing the number of trees every year; which leads to the climate change. From the data of tree's girth and height we estimated the carbon storage by non-destructive or allometric method. We estimated the carbon storage in ….. species belongs to AP, India. The maximum carbon storage in 55.95 t C followed by 44.81 tC in is concluded. The lowest carbon storage value estimated in 1.77 tC
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DEVELOPING ‘STANDARD NOVEL ‘VAD’ TECHNIQUE’ AND ‘NOISE FREE SIGNALS’ FOR SPEECH AUDITORY BRAINSTEM RESPONSES FOR HUMAN SUBJECTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ranganadh Narayanam* In this research as a first step we have concentrated on collecting non - intra cortical EEG data of Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials from human subjects in an Audiology Lab in University of Ottawa. The problems we have considered are the most advanced and most essential problems of interest in Auditory Neural Signal Processing area in the world: The first problem is the Voice Activity Detection (VAD) in Speech Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABR); The second problem is to identify the best De - noising technique for Auditory Artifact removal in Speech ABR of Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials. In VAD problem we have implemented Zero - Crossing Detection VAD, statistical algorithms (two algorithms) which are already a standard in Speech Processing VAD problems, and then a third VAD we have presented is based on spectral subtraction method in which we have developed our own mathematical formula for the peak valley difference detection of the frequency spectra to detect the voice activity (we named it as SNRPVD VAD). These algorithms we applied on our data sets of EEG collected Brainstem Speech Evoked Potentials and compared their performances. VAD is verified and we found that SNRPVD VAD a lgorithm is working better than the Statistical VAD techniques and found to be it is detecting Voice even in more noisy data where statistical method could not detect. The second problem we considered is to de - noise the data from auditory artifacts and imp rove its SNR. We developed various De - noising techniques specifically: Yule - Walker Multiband filter; Cascaded “Yule - Walker and Comb” filter; Conventional Wavelets: Daubechies, Symlet, Coiflet Wavelet filtering; FAST Independent Component Analysis (FASTICA) filtering; Translation - Invariant (TI) Estimation filtering; Cycle Spin Translation Invariant Wavelets Independent Component Analysis (CSTIICA) Filtering approaches. We found the Wavelets are working better and TI wavelets are working far better than all; and then CSTIICA is working even better than TI wavelets. The performance measures considered are Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) and Mean Square Error (MSE). Ultimately we observed that Wavelets are working surely as one of the best tools for de - noising neur ological signals specifically Speech ABR signals. With these Novel observations in VAD and De - noising for Speech ABR, as both are relatively new and advanced areas in Audiology and as they gained wide interest in the last about a decade in scientific commu nity of audiology scientists and engineers, Novel techniques are essentially emergency and hence with our research we are contributing some advanced working ideas to the community of Auditory Neural Signal Processing.
Development of technique for efficient in vitro propagation of Jatropha curcas L.from nodal explants. published in

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Dr. Kumari Anjali, Ritika Kumari, Dr. L. N. Shukla Micropropagation technique is being applied for the production of large number of plants within a limited period and space. Therefore, this technique is being applied to generate large number of planting material with uniform genotype. In the present work multiple shoots on the nodal explants have been raised in MS basal medium supplemented with seven different concentrations viz., (0.5- 3.5) mg/l of BAP and 1.0 mg/l kinetin +0.5 mg/l IBA . Out of the above concentration , BAP 3.0 mg/l + KN 1.0 mg/l + 0.5 mg/l IBA was found more suitable than any other concentration of the similar combination or any other concentration of BAP alone or BAP + IBA. Induction of shoots were noted after 18th day of inoculation. These shoots were excised and sub cultured on the same medium. Denovo initiation of multiple shoots was observed after three weeks of the inoculation in sub culture. Half strength MS medium supplemented with IBA 3.0 mg/l + IAA 0.5 mg/l was found more suitable in which the average number (6-8) of roots were found. Well developed and rooted plants were used for hardening in artificial polychamber. They were planted in polybag and pots containing 1:1:1(Soil +Sand+Vremiculite) and the survival rate was 72%.
To compare the quality of work life among athlete and non-athlete employees of the Ministry of Oil published in

Research in Sport Management and Psychology

Published by Dr Mohammad Nasiri
Seyed Kamyar Kimiaei, Ahmad Torkfar, Ahdiyeh Yadolahzade Background: One of the most important elements of every organization is its efficient and expert manpower. In an organization with individuals who have different responsibilities and opinions work with each other for a long time during the day and night. Based on this the general aim of this research is to compare the quality of work life among two groups of athlete and non-athlete employees of the Oil Industry. Materials and Methods: By athlete staff we mean that staffs who exercises at least for 30 minutes a day. The research population in this research includes the athlete and non-athlete employees of the Ministry of Oil and purposive sampling has been used in this study. The data collection method is collecting data through similar books, articles, internet and theses as well as the life quality questionnaire of Walton. Data analysis has been performed in this way: the data has been gather and has been categorized into complete and interpretable data and for inferential statistics and testing the research hypothesis the statistical model of Kolmogorov–Smirnov and the independent Mann - Whitney test with the use of SPSS software ver. 18 have been used. For testing the validity of the research the Cronbach’s alpha has been calculated which is equal to 0.80. Results and Discussions: In the Ministry of Oil there is no significant difference between the quality of work life, fair and proper compensation, safe and healthy working condition, development of human capabilities, provision of growth and security opportunity, social integration in the organization, rule of law in the organization and social dependency of work life among the athlete and non-athlete employees of the Ministry of Oil. Conclusion: This can be explained by the awareness of the both groups of the benefits and advantages of exercise or the high educational level or the environmental condition and that some studies should be conducted at large scales in this regard and in any way the role of exercise and sport in promotion of the health of the employees and the organizations is not hidden to anyone.
Tracing The Roots of Acute Stress published in

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Dr. Aditya Sharma, Mrs. Chhaya Parihar Acute stress reaction is a psychological condition arising in response to a terrifying or traumatic event. It is the result of a traumatic event in which the person experiences or witnesses an event that causes the victim/witness to experience extreme, disturbing or unexpected fear, stress or pain, and that involves or threatens serious injury, perceived serious injury or death to themselves or someone else. Acute stress reaction is a variation of PostTraumatic Stress Disorder. This article traces the roots of acute stress.
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International Journal of Public Mental Health & Neurosciences

Published by Sarvasumana Association
A REVIEW ON HVDC TRANSMISSION LINE PROTECTION WITH DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Shrishail H. Patale his paper presents overview on method s which is used for locating faults on the HVDC transmission lines . Different methods like Distance Protection Method, Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), Hilbert - Huang Transform Method, Independent Component Method, Fuzzy Logic Method, Wavelet Transform (WT), Natural Frequency Method, Artificial Neural Network (ANN) etc are used. This paper provides the description of all methods .
Challenges for Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Pharma Sector India published in

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Dr Achla Sharma, Ms Mansi Paul In this research project the researcher has the objective of as to; what are the barriers faced by a pharmaceutical companies and to find ways by which it can run effectively in the market. The researcher found that Emotional Branding, Quality of drug, Changing Economy and unethical business practice are some marketing issues faced by pharmaceutical companies. The pharmaceutical companies must start focusing on emotional branding so as to enhance business.
FARMBUSINESS IN PRINCIPAL TERMS OF THE REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETS. published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Irina Ionash The article describes the development trend of V (F) X in Russia, as well as the effectiveness of their background work to ensure profitability. Given the fundamental conditions for the functioning of regional agricultural markets, which is due to the possibility of development of the farm sector. The author suggests measures the effective functioning of the peasant (farm) with the basic conditions.
SEISMIC ANALYSIS OF G+3 MULTISTOREY BUILDING WITH AND WITHOUT LEAD RUBBER BEARING SUPPORT USING DESIGN SOFTWARE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr Ankit Pal1* ,Mr Arpit Chawda The research is conducted with study of existing researches in the field of siesmc behaviour of buildings. Base isolation is one of the technology applied to reduce the effect of earthquake effect. The principle is to disconnect the base of the building from footing ground. The problem is taken as residential building design to withstand building against seismic action. Two types of base are used to analyze and compare building first is building with fixed base and second case is building with lead rubber bearing support. Two software STAAD Pro and SAP 2000 are used to test fixed and lead rubber bearing base buildings. It is first time in India when residential buildings are tested with lead rubber bearing isolation are tested and analyzed for seismic zone V. It is found from results that deflection and stresses analyzed with lead rubber bearing are lesser than fixed base with remarkable margin and it is concluded that research recommends use of lead rubber bearing base isolation for seismic zone V in India.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF SUSTAINED RELEASE MATRIX TABLETS OF BACLOFEN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Singh Surya Pratap*, Sahetya Meenakshi, Soni Shankar Lal,Khinchi Mahaveer Prasad, Gulia Ritu, Namdev Abhisek The objective of the present study was to develope sustained release matrix tablets of baclofen, for treatment of spastically resulting from multiple sclerosis, flexor spasm and muscular rigidity. The matrix tablets were prepared by wet granulation method using hydroxypropyl methylcellulose K4M, K100M and Xanthan gum in various concentrations. The granules showed satisfactory flow properties and compressibility. All the nine formulations showed acceptable pharmacopoeial standards. The result of formulation B7 (25% hydroxypropyl methylcellulose K4M and K100M) extented the release of baclofen up to 12hrs. Model fitting analysis for formulation B7 fitted in the zero order model and korsemeyer- peppas model. The „n? values obtained from the peppas-korsemeyer equation suggested that, drug release was non-Fickian difussion mechanism. Successful formulation was found stable after evaluation for physicochemical parameters when kept for 30 days at room temperature,400 C and 2-8 0C.
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF FERTILIZER SPREADER MACHINE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shailesh Chaudhari*, Mansuri Naeem, Prajapati Jigar, Prajapati Preyash India is agricultural based country. Our economy is also depends on agricultural related product. In the recent days it has been found that farmers are unable to grain more crop production by use of conventional agricultural methods.This project is based on manually fertilization process. A method is generated to spread the fertilizer over a fallow land by dropping the fertilizer over the impeller disc. The project design divided in to three level, top level, middle level, bottom level. Top level consists a solar module. Middle level consist a hopper, impeller disc, motor. The bottom level consists tires. The whole design is supported by frame and column.This project has solved the problem of traditional way of fertilization
Severity of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease is Associated with Development of Metabolic Syndrome: Results of a 5-Year Cohort Study published in

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Chung GE1, Yim JY1*, Kim D1, Park MJ1, Lim SH1, Yang JI1, Kim YS1, Yang SY1, Kwak MS1, Kim JS2, Cho SH1, Yoon JH2, Lee HS2 Aims: Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is considered to be a hepatic manifestation of metabolic syndrome (MS). However, a few studies have examined the effect of NAFLD on the development of MS. We evaluated the relationship between the development of MS and clinical severity of NAFLD according to alanine aminotransferase (ALT) levels. Methods: A retrospective cohort study was conducted. Participants who underwent abdominal ultrasonography and blood samplings for health check-ups both in 2005 and 2010 were recruited. NAFLD was diagnosed if a person showed fatty liver on ultrasonography without significant alcohol consumption. Subjects with MS at baseline were excluded. Results: A total of 2,728 subjects met the inclusion criteria. Fatty liver (FL) with normal ALT was found in 369 (13.5%) subjects and FL with elevated ALT in 328 (12.0%). During 5 years of follow up, 582 (21.3%) incident cases of MS developed between 2005 and 2010. The incidence of MS was higher in patients with NAFLD compared to control group (41.2% in FL with elevated ALT, 34.7% in FL with normal ALT and 15.7% in control, p <0.001). Multivariate analysis showed that odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence interval (CI) for MS increased according to the severity of NAFLD [OR (95% CI), 1.29 (0.97?1.71) in FL with normal ALT and 1.54 (1.18?1.33) in FL with elevated ALT, p=0.01]. Conclusions: We have demonstrated that development of MS is significantly increased according to the clinical severity of NAFLD. These findings have implications in the clinical availability of NAFLD as a predictor of MS.
PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY IN MODERN RUSSIA published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Ruslan Ovchiev The article is devoted to analysis of state and prospects for development legislation in the sphere of national security, to identification the existing weaknesses and to looking for way for improvement. Noting a comprehensive nature of social relations in this sphere which are regulating by various branches of law there is a conclusion about certainty of contradictions, lacunas, overlapping of relevant provisions, their dynamism and instability. Non-existence of adequate systematization in this sphere of legislation makes a great obstacle for settling relevant problems. The problem of activization works in this direction becomes more and more urgent, and, in the author’s opinion, it can be settled by generation a legal package in the sphere of national security as a rather independent comprehensive branch of legislations
Banking Role and Loan Schemes for Agricultural Development in China & Pakistan published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Abdul Rehman, Luan Jingdong, Yuneng Du This paper is an analysis and study of role of banking sector and loan schemes between China and Pakistan. As “banks are the financial intermediary and money creator that creates the money and lending money from borrowers." In other words banks are the financial institutions that kept the money and saving for commercial purposes or invested and supplied for loans.
ELECTROMAGNETIC SITUATION VISUAL REPRESENTATION NEAR MOBILE BASE STATION ANTENNA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Marina Yurevna Zvezdina; Yuliya Aleksandrovna Shokova; Andrey Viktorovich Shokov; Anton Alekseevich Dymchenko; Pavel Alekseevich Parhomenko The results of electromagnetic situation research near GSM and TETRA mobile base station antenna are given. The maximum size of sanitary protection zone is estimated and vertical energy flux density distribution is represented visually. It is shown that it is safe to place low-back-lobe aerial on the rooftop regardless the transmitter power. Physical interpretation of the results is given.
DG Placement in Radial Distribution Network with Reconfi guration published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Tejas Vyas and Ranjit Roy This paper presents a simple method for finding the optimal DG size and optimal DG location in distribution network. By using this method optimal DG capacity and location is determined considering without network reconfiguration and with network reconfiguration. The method is tested with three test cases: 33-node, 69-node and 117-node IEEE standard network. Result shows that the proposed method is very efficient and competitive with the existing methods available in the literature.
Balkanlar’da Osmanl? Fetihleri’nin Sosyal Ko?ullar? published in

ADAM Academy Journal of Social Sciences

Published by Ankara Dusunce ve Arastirma Merkezi
Halil ?nalc?k Balkanlar, Osmanl? fetihlerine konu oldu?u devirde birçok devletçik ve feodal senyörlü?e bölünmü? durumda idi. Onlar?n aralar?ndaki çeki?meler, Osmanl? yay?l???na çok yard?m etmi?tir. Bizans’?n son döneminde merkezî otoritenin zay?flamas? ile birlikte vilayetlerde büyük pronia (t?mar) ve kharistikion (kilise topraklar?) sahipleri bir tak?m malî ve hukukî ba????kl?klarla merkezi hükümet kar??s?nda gittikçe daha ba??ms?z bir hale gelip toprak ve köylü üzerinde haklar?n? geni?leterek köylü üzerinde angarya ve feodal vergileri art?rmaya çal??t?lar. Bütün bu geli?meler, Balkanlar’da Osmanl? yay?l??? s?ras?nda en bunal?ml? noktaya varm?? bulunuyordu. Osmanl?lar fetih ve ilhak a?amas?nda yerel aristokrasiye ait topraklar? timar haline getirerek devletin toprak üzerindeki kontrolünü yeniden sa?l?yor, her türlü yerel feodal ba?l?l?klar? kald?rmaya çal???yorlard?. Tar?m topraklar?n?n mîrî toprak sistemiyle devlet mülkiyeti alt?na konmas? ve köylünün yaln?z ve yaln?z devletin raiyyeti durumunda bulunmas? ancak güçlü bir merkezi otorite ile olanakl?yd? ve bu durum Balkanlar’da gerçek bir sosyal devrim anlam?ndayd?. Osmanl?lar yaln?z senyörlerin de?il, birçok yerde manast?rlar?n topraklar?n? da timara çevirmi? yahut onlar?n köylü üzerindeki angarya ve imtiyazlar?n? kald?rm??lard?r.
Innovative methods of forming language and speech competence of students in psycholinguistic context published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Vydolob N.O. In the article the basic psycholinguistic theories of contemporaneity are actualized, their typifi cation is carried out from the point of view of classical and noocentric scientifi c methodology, the expedience of innovative receptions of forming lingually-vocal competence of schoolchildren in a psycholinguistic context is grounded. Psycholinguistic methods and changing over the time, they are improving and specifying in particular by high specializing and getting into some related scientifi c areas such as: psychology, pedagogics, linguistics, sociology, lingvodidactics etc. The aim of our analysis is a description of innovative technologies in psycholinguistic methods of forming the lingually-vocal competence of schoolchildren in the modern educational discourse. In this sense, we pay attention to motivational, psychoanalytic, emotional-lexical, color-semantic and content-analysis as the effective innovative methods of improving language and speech culture of schoolchildren in terms of educational reform, the need to create new national standards of the majority of subjects. Key words: psycholinguistics, innovative techniques, language and speech competence, motivational analysis, psychoanalytic analysis, emotional and lexical analysis, color and semantic analysis, content analysis.
Association Between Dietary Patterns and Obesity Among Type 2 Diabetics in Patients Visiting a Tertiary Care Centre of Eastern Nepal published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Shilpi Kumari, Dr. Ankita Sharma Due to the rapid increase, obesity can now be considered as an epidemic. It has been seen that obesity and type 2 diabetes go hand in hand. Not only medical intervention, but proper dietary regimen is necessary to control diabetes. A questionnaire was administered regarding the dietary pattern, and all other data regarding socioeconomic status, and anthropometric measurements were taken. Detailed history regarding frequency of food intake were taken in a twenty-four hour recall method. More than 85 percent of the participants had a greater waist to hip ratio and more than 40 percent were overweight. Most of the participants consumed more quantity of carbohydrate –rich food which contributed to the increase in blood sugar. A balanced diet intake is absolutely necessary for effective weight loss and control of blood glucose levels.
CEREBRAL TOXOPLASMOSIS IN PATIENT WITH ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rameshwari Bithu, Romika Dawra* and Rakesh Maheshwari Introduction: Cerebral toxoplasmosis commonly affects patients with advanced HIV immunodeficiency which can be severe and debilating and condition may be fatal. We report the case of 30 yr old male who was known case of HIV, presented to our institute with complaints of fever (not associated with chills & rigors), urinary incontinence & altered sensorium. MRI scan of his brain showed peripheral enhancement in bilateral basal ganglia and thalamia, in bilateral cerebral and right cerebellar hemisphere with moderate perilesional edema. Toxoplasma serology revealed raised IgG antibody levels. He was treated with cotrimoxazole DS, clindamycin & pyrimethamine. The patient was symptomatically better after 72 hrs. Conclusion: Disseminated toxoplasmosis is a major health problem in immunocompromised patients & is necessary to examine patients before, during & after chemotherapy for toxoplasmosis.
Models of Information Behaviour in the Internet Era published in

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T. Thilagavathi, Dr. A. Thirunavukkarasu Information is a treasure and it has to be passed on to the generations as the legacy of present society. The need for information is one of the cognitive needs of humankind. Information seeking is a conscious effort to acquire information in response to a need or gap in knowledge. Information seeking behaviour is a complex activity, requiring access to diverse information resources to deal with work-related, personal, and social information problems. The information flow on all sides brought changes in the users’ information needs and seeking behaviour. The changing information needs of the user exert pressure in information dissemination process. The aim of the study is to learn the accessible models in the field of information behaviour and it is a journey towards finding out the suitable model. This article describes the salient features of each model to help the researchers to have a glimpse before taking up an user study. This shall also help in better organization of existing service delivery systems.
Micro-Entrepreneurship: A Sustenance Tool in the Unserved Market published in

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G. Magesh Kuttalam Organisations living in the age of intensified competition make the entire organisation to involve and reinvent their strategies and tactics so as to retain or develop business. In spite of the efforts a large market (3/4th of the world population) remains unserved or underserved called as Bottom of Pyramid (BOP). Different experts estimate the size of BOP market as 3-5 trillion USD annually. This untapped potential attracts many of the contemporary marketers. Unfortunately a very few could succeed in their endeavour. Many corporations were unable to reach the set target and could not sustain their mission. The paper attempts to explore the challenges that were in the way to serve the unserved market. The paper ends suggesting that developing micro entrepreneurship pertaining to each village or settlement will help organisations to manoeuvre the challenges.
INVESTIGATION ON SHUNT ACTIVE POWER FILTER USING PI CONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Gayatri J. Ghewade*, Mrunal V. Mane, Prof. P. N. Korde This paper describes the application of PI controller to a three phase shunt active power filter for power quality improvements and reactive power compensation required by a nonlinear load. Most active power filter use PI controller in the voltage/current control loop. The use of PI controller is simple and easy to implement. However, the design of PI controller requires a precise linear mathematical model. Switching signals for voltage sourced PWM converter are generated through hysteresis current control. The performance of shunt active power filter is evaluated using MATLAB/SIMULINK simulation.
Poultry Farming Experience of Commercial Poultry Farmers of Andhra Pradesh published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.R.HARILAL An expost facto research design followed in the present investigation for which 120 commercial poultry farmers ( 60 layer + 60 broiler farmers) of Rangareddy, Chittoor and East Godavari districts were selected randomly to study the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on farming performance of commercial poultry farmers. The data pertaining to dependent variables viz. ICT utilization and farming performance and independent variables collected with the help of a pre-tested interview schedule developed for the purpose. After collection of data, farmers were divided into three groups based on type of flock i.e. layer farmers, broiler farmers and total farmers for better analysis and presentation of results. About 45.00 per cent, 61.67 per cent and 38.34 per cent of total, layer and broiler farmers, respectively were in medium category of farming experience.
ENERGY AND EXERGY EFFICIENCY OF ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE FOR SUPERCRITICAL CYCLE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
A.F. Sherwani Existing ORC power cycle system still tend to use refrigerant with relatively high global warming potential and ozone layer depletion because of limited options for the working fluid.Recently,several studies have been carried out on a new refrigerant calle d HFO - 1234yf.This refrigerant /working fluid exhibits more desirable properties than the present refrigerant/working fluid such HFC,HCFC,CFC.
IMPACT OF DEMOCRATIC ELECTORAL PROCESS ON BORSA ISTANBUL published in

Journal of Business, Economics and finance (JBEF)

Published by PressAcademia
Fatih Konak, E.Nur Guner According to the Efficient Market Hypothesis, there is no possibility to predict price movements in the markets which does not allow investors to obtain return above average (abnormal return). However, deviation from the mean of stock returns is observed and patterns appeared during certain periods, so-called anomalies. In this context, the initial aim of this paper is to figure out the relationship between elections and market’s movements by determining the influence of 12 elections (general elections, local elections, by-elections and referendum) that took place in Turkey after 2000 on BIST 100 Index. In the overview, negative and statistically significant abnormal returns are observed days around (-15,+15) elections that took place in Turkey after 2000 by employing Event Study metedology which is widely used in finance literature. Keywords: BIST 100, event study, democratic elections. JEL Classification: G14, G35
Correlates of Health Status and Intelligence of High Achievers of High School Students published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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

Basic Research Journal of Microbiology

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Hani Moubashera and Salwa S. Wahsh Ten isolates of Aureobasidium pullulans were screened for the highest production of pullulan and minimal melanin production from Fayoum Governorate, Egypt. The optimum conditions for continuous culture were studied; temperature was 24°C, while pH 5.0, and agitation speed was at 500 rpm, while the aeration rate was 2.5 vvm and the best flow rate was 1 L/ 24 h. The maximum production of pullulan concentration with minimum melanin production was reached 10.18±0.04 gl-1. Keywords: Aureobasidium, pullulan, Continuous culture, Aeration, Flow rate, pH.
The role of research and education to the sustainable development and food security in Sub Saharan Africa published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Teweldemedhin M. Y. and Mwewa L The paper examines the role of research and education for sustainable development and food security in SSA. The paper applied different case study literature review and trend analysis. In SSA research organizations are not well aligned with the needs and priorities of poverty alleviation strategies. For example farmers have difficulties in accessing new technologies and innovations, furthermore they it lacks organised networking. There is gap or disconnection between research and extension systems, between researchers and policy make; researches in SSA mainly under-funded as a research outputs are not adequately responding to the fast changing external environments in SSA. Therefore, the study suggested that it is time to introduce new model that can forest Sustainable economic growth in SSA that includes strategic way of reaching different target groups effectively. Keywords: Research, education and sustainable development
Does Dynamic Capability Matter Higher Performance in High-Tech Industry? The Effects of Tensions and Ambidexterity published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Michael Yao-Ping Peng, Yen-Chun Peng This study employs dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity view to investigate direct effect of development of an organization's explorative and exploitative capabilities on organizational tensions and performance. We employed a sample of high-tech Taiwanese firms to test the hypotheses, and surveyed the informants’ (CEOs, vice presidents, senior managers) knowledge about their companies. Top managers were chosen as the respondents, as it is assumed that they are very familiar with their companies’ operations. We sent out 1000 questionnaires and received 234 valid ones, accounting for a 23.4% effective response rate. Findings indicate explorative and exploitative capabilities exerting non-linear relationship with performance, as well as showing positive effects on organizational tensions. Likewise, balanced and combined dimension ambidexterity have positive influence on organizational performance, negative influence on organizational tensions. The results also indicated that consideration of incorporating balanced and combined dimension ambidexterity would benefit high-tech firms to facilitate synergy. This study emphasize that balancing the contradictory tensions is important, although there are also tensions between explorative and exploitative capabilities. It also provides significant insights that high-tech firms that pursue an ambidextrous strategy involving the simultaneous development of both capabilities can achieve an optimal balance of organizational development. This study suggests that Baltic firms should possess structural flexibility to adapt to the environment requirements, thus to adjust, integrate and utilize scattered, conflictive activities in different organizations and to allocate, reallocate, combine and recombine resources and assets. In summary, based on the results of previous studies, this study divided dynamic capabilities into exploitation capability and exploration capability, and ambidexterity into combined and balanced dimension, so as to redefine the relationship between dynamic capabilities, ambidexterity and organizational performance from the perspective of tension, thus to enhance the connotation of dynamic theory.
Participatory Pedagogy: A Case Study of Learner Participation in Content Development published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Eugenia MBANEFO This article is about an experiment in participatory pedagogy, in which the researcher involved 24 Nigerian University students of French in determining the content of a 6-week Grammar Course in French. The objective of the study was to ensure content relevance in content development in order to guarantee and sustain learners' interest in Grammar learning tasks. The content development exercises comprised 3 phases, namely the collation of raw data of students’ interest inventory, conducting the needs analysis of interesting areas and breaking these areas into teachable modules. The teachable modules that evolved out of the process of co-construction formed the basis for teaching that ensued. The modules are presented in this paper, while a later paper will be evaluated the students' performance at the end of the programme, thereby making a case for the adoption of learner participation in content development.
Ozonated Water Versus 0.2% Chlorhexidine in the Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis with and Without Tobacco Chewing HabitA Randomized Control Clinical Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Maya S. Indurkar, Dr. Renu Verma Aim: To Evaluate the Effect of Ozonated Water (O3) Versus 0.2% Chlorhexidine (Chl) as an Adjunct to Scaling and Root Planing (SRP) in the Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis with and without tobacco chewing habit. Material & Method: A randomized, split-mouth design was performed in 10 subjects of chronic periodontitis with and without tobacco chewing habit. Scaling and root planing was performed followed by Subgingival Irrigation with O3, Group I (SRP + O3) or with Chl, Group II (SRP + Chl) for an approximate period of 5 min with a 2 ml syringe, once weekly for 6 weeks. Gingival Index (GI), Plaque Index (PI), Probing Pocket Depth (PPD), Clinical Attachment Level (CAL) were assessed at baseline and after 6 weeks. Result: Group I and Group II showed statistically significant differences with respect to PI, GI, PPD, CAL from the baseline to 6 weeks. The difference between Group I and Group II, in subjects with and without tobacco chewing habit, was not statistically significant with respect to the PI, GI, PPD, CAL. Also when we compared effect of SRP + O3 and SRP + Chl in subjects with and without tobacco chewing habit, it was not statistically significant. Conclusion: Subgingival irrigation with O3 and Chl is beneficial as an adjunct to scaling and root planing to enhance periodontal health in Chronic Periodontitis patients with and without tobacco chewing habit.
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 200–245 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 220–245 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.
AN IMPLEMENTATION OF PEARSON CORRELATION METHOD FOR PREDICTING ITEMS TO USER IN E-COMMERCE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Arjun Singh Tomar* Collaborative filtering algorithms (CFAs) are recommender systems for the collaborating one another to filter documents they read from last decade. CFAs have various features that create them different from other algorithms. Algorithm of user-based collaborative filtering is one of filtering algorithms, known for their effectiveness and simplicity. In the present paper, pearson calculation is applied which works on user-based data and finds out the similarity measure of the products and then recommend them according to the similarity calculated. An application is built to perform this research work whose web pages have been attached as a part of results calculated. The model is an improved model working well on collaborative technique and recommending items to the users. Along with this few add-on implementations have been done so as to improve the functionality of the application.
Analisis Kondisi Awal Pembelajaran Fisika SMAN Kota Padang (Dalam Rangka Pengembangan Bahan Ajar Fisika Multimedia Interaktif Berbantuan Game) published in

JPPPF - Jurnal Penelitian & Pengembangan Pendidikan Fisika

Published by Pendidikan Fisika UNJ
Djusmaini Djamas, Ramli Ramli, Silvi Yulia Sari, Rio Anshari Low understanding of the students in learning physics suspected because physics learning patterns have not been able to optimize students' critical thinking skills. As known, the critical thinking is the key to academic success of a student. Currently, lack of critical thinking skills of students as one of the clear indicators of low quality of education. If this is allowed, then the physics learning outcomes in the future will be very apprehensive. Therefore, efforts should be made to improve critical thinking skills using interactive multimedia teaching materials based on discovery learning aided games. The development of teaching materials are using ADDIE Model. The first step of this model is analysis, i.e. preliminary study of physics learning how to condition that has lasted until today. Based on the analysis of the field findings, will be designed Interactive Multimedia Instructional Materials, and then will be the development of Instructional Materials. In this paper, we will present the results of the initial needs analysis to develop the interactive multimedia teaching materials based on discovery learning aids game for physics learning in the future.
LENDING PERFORMANCE OF CANARA BANKS IN DINDIGUL DISTRICT published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. T. Srinivasan, Mr. R. Karthikeyan Lending is one of the two principal functions of commercial banks. It is not only because of their social service to cater to the credit needs of different sections of the community but also because lending is the most profitable activity, for the interest rates realized on business loans have always been well above those realized on investments. Having sterilized a portion of deposits in the cash reserve and highly liquid assets, which yield little or no earnings for the purpose of satisfying the liquidity requirements, a banker has to deploy the residual funds in profitable outlets so that the banker may be able to pay interest on deposits, salary to the staff, meet other establishment expenses, build up reserves and pay dividend to the shareholders. This is why bank loans account for a major portion of residual funds of a commercial bank. An examination of some of the important characteristics of bank loans would provide an insight into the lending activities of a Canara bankS. In this paper an attempt is made to analyse the lending performance of Canara Banks in Dindigul district.
DESIGN OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTING STRUCTURE BY RESPONSE SPECTRA METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dumbare Karan Pramod*1 , Prof. Kharmale P.V. Earthquakes are one of the greatest hazards to life and infrastructure on the earth. In past history we have observed some of the greatest earthquakes on the earth as well as in the water surface level. In this report I have briefly explained the factors and effects of earthquakes. I also discussed the behavior of high rise buildings under seismic condition. In this report I have taken a case study of G+4 RC building and studied its behavior under seismic loads using IS: 1893-2002. The building under consideration is in Hyderabad which comes under Earthquake Zone II as per IS: 1893-2002. The analysis of the RC structure has been performed using STAADProsoftware. The stability of structure in terms of lateral deflection has been checked for earthquake loads.
Dorsal Vertical Island Tube Urethroplasty in Children With Hypospadias- Our Experience In 60 Patients. published in

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Chalapati G, Sitharamaiahk Aim:To assess the results and complications of dorsal vertical island tube (DVIT) Urethroplasty. Patients& Methods: 201 patients were operated for hypospadias in two referral hospitals during the period of February 2008- March 2013.Out of 201 children 30 were with peno scrotal,7with scrotal and14 with proximal penile having severe chordee, required two staged urethroplasty.In 26 babies with glanular or coronal hypospadias MAGPI procedure was done. In 64 babies with mid and distal penile hypospadias with healthy urethral plate, tubularisedincised urethra plate urethroplasty(TIP) was done. Rest of 60 babies with mid or distal penile hypospadias with unhealthy urethral plate or requiring urethral plate excision due to chordee, were choosed for dorsal vertical tube urethroplasty. These 60 babies with DVIT were followed up for at least 12 months to assess complications like urethrocutaneous fistula, meatal stenosis, megalo urethra or urethral diverticulum, stricture, penile torsion/rotation. Results: A total of 60 patients with mid or distal penile hypospadias in whom DVIT was used during the study period were included in the study. The mean age was 3.8years ranging from 8months to 12years.All patients were followed up for minimum of one year. Eleven patients developed complications (18.3%). Commonest complication Urethrocutaneous fistula was seen in six patients (10.0%).Three patients d Meatalstenosis (5%).two patients developed diverticulum (3.3%). In 49 patients stream Was good, no fistulas, on torsion, no skin necrosis, no glans dehiscence occurred during the follow up. Conclusions: Dorsal vertical island tube is good alternate toTIP, in mid and distal penile hypospadias, where urethral plate is unhealthy or excised to correct chordee. We report DVIT has acceptable rate of complications and good cosmetic results.
Women Entrepreneur – Opportunities and Challenges published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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S.Venkatesh, A.Ravikiran Women entrepreneurs have been making a significant impact in all the segments of the economy in India. The areas chosen by women are retail trade, restaurants, hotel, education, culture, cleaning, Banking services, insurance and manufacturing. The new thrust suggest following two factors pulling or pushing women in an entrepreneurship factors leading women to be an entrepreneur. The women have achieved immense development in their mind .with increasing dependency on service sector, many opportunities are there for women. The ‘She Can, You Can’ Tupperware advertisements on prime-time television showcasing their corporate social responsibility initiative for instilling confidence in Indian women to take up socially relevant businesses of their own, have managed to share some tales of success of the Women Entrepreneur. The Indian Woman Entrepreneur today is empowered and in stride with men in running successful businesses. In the process of Entrepreneurship, women have to face various problems and these problems get doubled because of her dual role are earners and home makers. “ When the Women moves forward, the family moves, the village moves and the Nation moves” – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
Preparation of spherical monodispersed titanium dioxide by Microwave assisted published in

International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications (IJRSA)

Published by Science and Engineering Publishing Company (SEP)
Meilong Hu, Chenguang Bai, Mei Song, Xuewei Lv, Shengfu Zhang, Guibao Qiu Spherical Titania (TiO2) with narrow size distribution and nice dispersibility has been obtained by hydrolysis in the mixed solvent of 1-propanol to de-ionized water under microwave assisted. The results show that the main effects on preparation of spherical TiO2 with small particle size, narrow size distribute and nice dispersibility include precursor concentration, microwave heating method and pH value. And microwave power is not obvious effect on the particle morphology and size distribution.
A REVIEW OF METAL INERT GAS WELDING ON ALUMINIUM ALLOYS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anil Kumar*, Ravinder Singh, Inderjeet Singh Welding is the manufacturing method, which is carried out by joining two similar and dissimilar metals.MIG welding is one of the most widely used processes in industry. The MIG welding parameters are the most important factors affecting the quality, productivity and cost of welding.We studied input parameters of welding such as welding current, arc voltage, welding speed, root gap and output parameter are hardness, tensile strength, impact energy, and microstructure.This review is based on optimization techniques and analysis tools used by researchers to optimize the parameters.In this research paper a review has been presented on MIG welding. The previous literature has been discussed along with the future aspects included in the field of MIG welding
Staheli`s plantar arch index measured by simple footprint method is an effective diagnostic tool for flat foot as other radiological methods- A comparative study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Rajendra Singrolay, Dr. Rajendra Singh Kushwah Aim- To know whether the diagnosis of flat foot by simple ink footprint method is as reliable as radiological method or not. Material & Methods -100 children aged between 5-11 yrs having flat foot were selected from the department of orthopedic of M.Y. hospital Indore. Footprint was taken by the help of ink method then Staheli`s plantar arch index calculated. Radiograph was taken in lateral view of both foot in standing position. Talo first metatarsal (TFM) angle were assessed by radiological expert. Data of both study are compared. Correlation between TFM angle and planter arch index value is established statistically. Results- Observation shows that correlation between TFM radiological angle and planter arch index is significant ( p value <0.05) with correlation value 0.33 for right foot and 0.49 for left foot. Conclusion- Flat foot can be diagnosed by simple ink footprint method and it is as reliable as other radiological methods.
FEATURES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORROSION IN A METAL EXHAUST PIPES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Bazartai Alimbayevich Alimbayev; Bauyrzhan Zharkynbekovich Manapbayev; Adilet Dosmuhanbetovich Aliev In work results of development of corrosion in a vertical exhaust metal pipe in height more than +180 m which is on industrial object of the chemical industry, taking into account ferromagnetic properties of steel designs are presented.
Biomechanical Analysis of Penalty Corner Push-In published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Viswanath.S, Kalidasan. R The aim of this study was to analyse the selected biomechanical factors in penalty corner push- in. Men (n=24) Hockey players represented university were purposively selected from Tamil Nadu state, India for this study, the age of the subjects ranged from 18 to 28 years. The subjects had past playing experience of at least four years in hockey. Written informed consent was obtained from players. The ethical clearance for this project was obtained from the Human Research Ethics Committee of the Bharathidasan University. The high definition camera (Casio EX 10) was used to record the performances that were approximately transverse to the trajectory of the ball of the push in; camera operating at shutter speed of 1/8000, with a frame rate of 240 frames per second was used. Video footage was digitized using Max traq software for data analysis of stance width, relative stance width, ball to front foot distance, stick angle, drag distance, drag acceleration, stick velocity and ball speed. The collected data was statistically analysed by using descriptive statistics and pearson’s correlation coefficients. The finding reveals that the stance width has significant relationship with ball speed. Among the selected variables stance width and drag distance having highest relationship.
Automatic Accident Detection and Ambulance Rescue With Intelligent Traffic Light System published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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R Jeevana Jyothi, VVGS Rajendra Prasad, N Anuradha : Nowadays the road accidents in modern urban areas are increased to uncertain level. The loss of human life due to accident is to be avoided. Traffic congestion and tidal flow are major facts that cause delay to ambulance. To bar loss of human life due to accidents we introduce a scheme called ITLS (Intelligent Traffic Light system). The main theme behind this scheme is to provide a smooth flow for the emergency vehicles like ambulance to reach the hospitals in time and thus minimizing the delay caused by traffic congestion. The idea behind this scheme is to implement ITLS which would control mechanically the traffic lights in the path of the ambulance. The ambulance is controlled by the control unit which furnishes adequate route to the ambulance and also controls the traffic light according to the ambulance location and thus reaching the hospital safely. The controller identifies the location of the accident spot through the sensor systems in the vehicle which determined the accident and thus the controller walks through the ambulance to the spot. This scheme is fully automated, thus it finds the accident spot, controls the traffic lights, helping to reach the hospital in time.
تفسیر دعوۃ القرآن کے امتیازات و خصائص “Tafseer Dawat-Ul-Quran” Its Distinguishing and characteristics published in

Rahat-ul-Quloob

Published by Rahat-Ul-Quloob Research Academy, Quetta
Ali Raza Yousuf Abstract: Quran is the word of Allah Almighty, therefore, in order to understand it in the true sense, a person has to sharpen his or her intellectual ability as well as increase the knowledge. When one is at a particular intellectual level, only then can he or she start understanding the true message, which Allah Almighty conveyed through words of Quran. Pertaining to the explanation of Quran for the understanding of general audience, different people have tried to write the Tafseer of Quran. Although Muslims recite Quran and try reading it with translation, however, the reading of Tafseer has its own importance. “Tafseer Dawat-Ul-Quran” is written by Abu Nauman Saifullah Khalid and published from Dar-Ul_Undalus Lahore in 2010. This Tafseer has been written in the light of the Quran, Hadith, and the sayings of the companions of Prophet. In this Tafseer correct tradit-ions has been included and unauthentic traditions has been avoided. In theological interpretations, the words of Qur'an are explained in the context of the Qur'an itself or the sayings of The Holy Prophet(). this type of interpretation is called “Tafseer Bilmasur”.“TafseerDawat-Ul-Quran”is representative of Tafseer Bilmasur.In this research article,the Salient features of “Tafseer Dawat-Ul-Quran” are discussed.
THE PROSPECTS OF SHARIA HOTEL BUSINESS IN INDONESIA (CASE STUDY IN SURABAYA CITY) published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr. Sri EndahNurhidayati, S.Sos, M.Si, Andy UmardionoS.Sos, M.Si., Novianto Edi S.S.T.Par, M.Si Islamic tourism is an activity that provides the tourism facilities and services with the concepts and values of Islam. Islamic tourism terminology in Indonesia is known as Sharia Tourism, and is internationally known as Islamic tourism. One important part that must exist in Islamic tourism development is the availability of Sharia accommodation or Sharia hotel. Sharia Hotel is the hotel operations and services adapted to Islamic principles or guidelines of Islam. This article describes the characteristics of sharia hotels, and analyzes the business prospects of sharia hotel. The research location in Surabaya, which is one of the business centers in Indonesia.The study used a qualitative approach. Data collected through interviews and observations. The results showed that characteristics of sharia hotels include: (1) physical aspect: the interior and exterior of the hotel using the attributes of Islamic (calligraphy, building pillared resembles a mosque, buildings without human figures or animals and ornaments upon which are symbols of Islam; (2) human resource: for female staff wear the veil (hijab), protective clothing and loose, use makeup simple, and do not use excessive jewelry and for the male staff wearing a courteous, long sleeves and muslim caps ; (3) service: greeting using the greeting Islamic, attitude of staff polite, gentle and smile sympathetically; (4) facilities: halal restaurants, filter pornography on the TV channel, there is no facility music room, night club, bar with alcohol, prostitution, gambling, and facilities which is forbidden in Islam, the pool is enclosed (indoor) and separate male and female, played Islamic music; (5) Policy: allow only guests and the mukhrim to stay in one room, payment of Islamic bank (sharia bank); (6) Managerial: timely payment of employee salaries, in cooperation with Islamic banks. The market of sharia hotel is conducting pilgrimage travelers, families and Muslim businessmen. The market reasons for using sharia hotel in general is closed access to place of pilgrimage destination and other Islamic destinations (mosque). While the market in the form of sharia family choose the hotel because it is quieter, safer for families and guaranteed halal food served. Keywords: Sharia Hotel, Sharia Accommodation, Sharia Tourism, Islamic Tourism
A Study on Scope for Development of Rural Tourism in Villages of Small Towns with Special Reference to Hailakandi District of Assam published in

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District of Assam Rural tourism includes a range of activities, services and amenities provided by farmers and rural people to attract tourists to their area in order to generate extra income for their business. This type of tourism enhances the revenue of government of a country as well as earnings of the rural community. The government at present introduced four rural tourism projects at four resourceful villages of Assam. The present study makes an attempt to search the potentials that are available even in the villages of small towns of Assam with special reference to Hailakandi district. The study observed that the district is rich in its cultural, historical and natural beauty with Forts, temples, rivers and wet lands etc. There lies huge potential in the district to attract tourists from all around the world and if the spots are recognized by the Government and if needy steps are being taken with cooperation from the Ministry of Tourism and State Government then it could help in the development of the region.
Integrating Web 2.0 Tools into Classrooms By Prospective Teachers published in

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Dr. Ampiliaravind, Sandhya Kumar The paper focuses on the competency of the prospective teachers in integrating the web 2.0 tools into their classrooms. The sample consisted of 740 prospective teachers from three districts of Kerala. A competence scale was used to collect the data. The statistical techniques used were mean, standard deviation, t- test, and ANOVA. The result showed that there exists significant difference in the competence of web 2.0 integration with respect to the gender and type of management of the prospective teachers
Pranyama and Coordinative Ability published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Abhijit Ghoshal, Hadiuzzaman, Dr. T. R. Patanaik, Dr. S. R. Mishra The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of Bhastrika and Ujjayi Pranayama on selected coordinative abilities among engineering students. For the purpose of the study five coordinative abilities variables were selected, they include Reactive Ability, Orientation Ability, Differentiation Ability, Balance Ability, and Rhythmic Ability. The Pranayama Training programme was conducted for six days a week for ten weeks. The data were collected before commencement of experimental treatment (pre-test) and at the conclusion of training period (post-test). The analysis of data revealed that the two experimental groups viz., Bhastrika Pranayama and Ujjayi Pranayama showed significant gains in performance of subjects in reaction ability, orientation ability, differentiation ability, balance ability and rhythmic ability after administration of yogic exercise for a duration of 12 weeks.
Penggunaan Makrozoobentos Sebagai Indikator Status Perairan Hulu Sungai Cisadane, Bogor published in

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Dyah Muji Rahayu, Gunawan Pratama Yoga, Hefni Effendi, Yusli Wardiatno Anthropogenic pollution (organic matter and Hg) around Cisadane River upstream can affect the abundances of macrozoobenthos. The aim of this research was to identify the abundances of macrozoobenthos and feeding groups, and also to identify the status of waters based on macrozoobenthos community. The research was conducted on January to March in four locations in the upstream of Cisadane River, covering Cikuluwung (ST 1), Cisarua (ST 2), Curug Bitung (ST 3), and Lukut (ST 4). Samples were collected with kick net and Eckman Grab. The dominance macrozoobenthos are Bungona (171 ind/m2), Simulium (101 ind/m2), Cheumatopsyche (50 ind/m2), and Polypedilum (28 ind/m2). Based on feeding groups, the dominance are filtering collector and gatherer collector. Based on the Pollution Index and Heavy Metal Pollution Index (Hg) on sediment, the upstream of Cisadane River is low polluted whereas EPT Index and Signal showed that upstream of Cisadane River is moderate polluted. Keywords: bioindicator, Cisadane river, feeding groups, macrozoobenthos
IN VITRO INVESTIGATION ON ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF SELECTED PROBIOTICS AGAINST SUPERBUG OF METHICILLIN RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS (MRSA) ISOLATED FROM HOSPITAL POPULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr.E.Muralinath1 and Dr. Lakshmana Swamy Parasa2* Aim: This study aims to in vitro investigate the antibacterial activity of selected probiotics against superbug of Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) isolated from Hospital populations by agar well diffusion assay. Objectives: In Vitro Investigation on Antibacterial activity of selected probiotics against superbug of Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) isolated from Hospital populations. Abstract: Antibacterial activity of different parts of selected probiotics like Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei against methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) were determined by agar well diffusion assay. The broth young culture of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei revealed highest inhibitory activity against all the tested strains of MRSA with zones of inhibition the range of 20.0 ± 1.0 to 26.0 ± 1.25 mm and 16.0 to 19.15mm respectively. The results of the present study indicate that these probiotics can be used as new leads for the novel plant derived chemotherapeutic agents to confront the problem of nosocomial infections in particular, those involving MRSA.
SOME REGULARITIES OF DISTRIBUTIONS TK published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov;Yunona Rinatovna Krakhmaleva The purpose of the article is to identify and build some distributions based on Prime numbers.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
?????? ????? ??????????, ????????? ??????? ????????????, ?????????? ????? ?????????? Purpose: risk assessment of the market of precious metals. Method: multicriteria optimization, methods of classical statistics. Result: pre-forecast reliability behavior of the main components of the financial market - the market of precious metals and foreign exchange rates EUR/RUB, USD/RUB - was held. Conclusion: currency market is the most volatile. Precious metals market shows its stability.
Hepatotoxic changes induced by prenatal administration of olanzapine in swiss albino mice published in

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Soumya Khanna, Anand Mishra, Sk Pandey Introduction : Olanzapine is an atypical antipsychotic drug approved by FDA for the treatment of psychotic disorders. Although atypical antipsychotics have limited evidence for teratological risk, there are reports of altered fetal growth, both increased and decreased , with maternal atypical antipsychotic use. But its effect on fetal liver is yet to be ascertained. Materials and methods : pregnant albino mice was given olanzapine in the dose of 0.2 mg/kg and amount of distilled water during the same period. On day 19th the mice was sacrificed and fetuses were taken out. The liver of fetuses were dissected, formalin fixed , processed and stained with H&E for histological study. Results : On gross examination liver of 2mg/kg group showed marked reduction in size of liver. On histological examination in the treated group there is decreased density of haemoprogenitor cells as well as hepatoblasts. The progenitor cells and hepatoblasts shows degeneration with pyknotic nuclei, karyolysis and karyorhexis. Conclusion: olanzapine causes hepatotoxicity in fetus if given to mother during pregnancy and should be used with caution in pregnancy
Role of focused Ultrasound in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis in Pediatric population. Selection of a standard diagnostic criterion published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Sayani R, Mustahsan SM, Ali AAM , Anwar M Objective To evaluate the diagnostic role of focused ultrasound of right iliac fossa in clinically suspected cases of acute appendicitis in pediatric population and its value as a standard diagnostic tool in that age group Material and Method A retrospective, cohort study was conducted at radiology department of Agha Khan University involving 239 children less than 16 years with clinically suspected appendicitis referred to radiology department from January 2009 to October 2011 were included. Medical records were reviewed for patient demographics, presenting signs and symptoms, sonographic, surgical findings and histopathological results. Results Two hundred and thirty nine patients with clinical suspicion of appendicitis were referred for focused ultrasound for appendix. Ultrasound examination showed 59 cases (24.6%) positive for appendicitis and thus they were operated. All of these were positive on histopathology. The remaining 180 cases (75.4%) that were negative on U/S were managed conservatively. Out of these 180 cases, 13 patients with negative findings on imaging studies were later operated due to clinical decision and/or CT examination. Acute appendicitis was proven in 10 out of the 13 cases. Conclusion Focused ultrasound has high sensitivity in acute appendicitis for the assessment of clinically equivocal cases of pediatrics population. It can be used as an initial screening modality especially in pediatric population, thus reducing additional cost and radiation risk associated with CT scans and also reducing rate of negative surgery.
Monitoring and Self-Transmitting Data Using Zone Routing Protocol in Ad-hoc Network towards Effective Mobility Management? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
S.Jayamoorthy, I.Varalakshmi, S.Kumarakrishnan? http://ijcsmc.com/docs/papers/April2014/V3I4201453.pdf
A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON IMPACT OF WHISTLE-BLOWERS ON PERFORMANCE OF THE ORGANISATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ms. Monika Makhija*1 & Dr. Shweta S. Kulshrestha In current challenging environment, where organisations are going extremes to achieve top positions, and the employees pushes hard to perform at the best level, there is always a scope of doing things which may be unethical or illegal. This provides an opportunity to member of the organisation to disclose such unethical or suspicious events. This is known as whistleblowing. As per company act 2013 “The Company shall establish a vigil mechanism for directors and employees to report concerns about unethical behaviour, actual or suspected fraud or violation of the company's code of conduct or ethics policy.” As per this act, a former or existing employee can raise his/her voice against any unethical activities which may have taken place in the past, or may be happening in present or may take place in future that may be in the favour of the general public. Whistleblowing addresses the ethical concerns of the employees and puts the vertices of organisation control on all members of organisation. In this paper we are proposing a qualitative procedural model for the whistleblowing where complete structural approach for whistleblowing is discussed.It covers the complete hierarchy and its efficiency in execution. This paper focuses on the impact of whistleblowing on performance of organizations. It also covers the short term as well as long term advantages and limitations of this approach. This model also covers the possible risks involved to individual acting as whistle-blower and methods to minimize the risk.
Crude Characterisation on Rheometer for Flow Assurance published in

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Rincy Anto, Rajshree, Anirbid Sircar, Shreya Sahajpal Flow assurance basically involves ensuring the fluid flow as intended in a pipe or a well. Wax deposits begin to form when the temperature in the wellbore falls below wax appearance temperature (WAT). This condition leads to reduced production rates and larger pressure drops. Wax problems in production wells are very costly due to production down time for removal of wax. To improve the efficiency of the transportation and the crude oil quality, prevent blockage, preventing and removing wax is very important. In order to develop a solution to wax deposition, it is essential to characterize the crude oil and study phase behavior properties. This paper summarizes the results of the various experiments conducted using crudes of different wells. The experiments conducted during this study include measurement of viscosity as a function of time at different shear rate. It also shows the effect of pre-treatment on crude oil. The paper also discuss about the comparison between use of xylene and pour point depressants (PPD) at different concentration on crude oil.
THE EFFECT OF GEOMETRY SKETCHPAD ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS: THE CASE OF BEDELE SECONDARY AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dharam Gami * , Asst. Prof. Dhaval Nimavat , Asst. Prof. Shubham Sharma I nternet of Things possesses the power to change the era. IoT will offer an advance connectivity between objects which will change the face of machine - to - machine communication. IoT will connect autonomous systems, devices and heterogeneous machines and make them communicate without human interactions. Many technologies will play significant role in IoT implementation. In t his paper, we aim to describe the candidate of edge technologies in IoT and demonstrate how RFID based IoT system will look like with an example of real time application scenario. We show the functional level IoT architecture and essential steps of IoT sys tem .
METHANOLIC EXTRACTS: ANTI-ATHEROTHROMBOSIS ACTIVITIES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Monika Srivastava*, Dr. Rajeev Khare In this paper, the effect of heat and mass transfer of an electrically conducting incompressible fluid which moves in presence of magnetic field between two parallel plates and under constant pressure gradient has been studied .after forming the governing equation of motion and choosing the suitable boundary conditions, the solution has been derived for the velocity of fluid and it has been studied analytically and velocity profile has been represented with respect to magnetic field.. it has been found that the magnetic field is very effective in controlling the velocity of fluid and graphically justifying the result of the fluid motion.
INTERNAL CAPABILITIES, EXTERNAL SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGE, AND INNOVATIVENESS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF TURKISH MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

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Arzu Karaman Akgul Due to the rise of globalization, dynamics of national and international market evolve towards higher competition and uncertainty, necessitating firms to undertake multiple tasks that occur simultaneously. In this difficult to predict atmosphere, using technological opportunities and innovations bring firms a competitive advantage over their rivals. In recent years, one of the significant strategies of gaining and sustaining a competitive advantage in the market is the capability of firms to introduce innovations and adopting these innovations as quickly as possible. Firms mostly use internal capabilities and external sources of knowledge in developing this innovation capability. In the literature, numerous earlier studies have concentrated on the relationship between innovativeness and internal capabilities and external sources of knowledge. However, there are still very few researches on emerging countries which covers all of these dimensions. Therefore, the motivation of this study is to focus on the relationships among internal capabilities of firms, external sources of knowledge, and types of innovations in the case of Turkey as an important emerging country. This study uses a comprehensive model empirically based upon the data gathered from Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Survey (BEEPS) that was carried out by the World Bank in Turkey in 2013. The results show that firms which benefit from internal capabilities are likely to make innovations and firms which use external sources of knowledge are likely to make innovations. But among the types of innovations, only product innovations could be achieved when firms are benefited from the joint effect of internal capabilities and external sources of knowledge.
Nuclear regulatory bodies and time management of npp program in new comers countries: the role of national tso published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Algohary, S. and Aly, A.I.M. Nuclear power plants are among the different energies that a lot of countries are looking for as a future source of energy and most of these countries are developing countries who have no experiences in nuclear power plants technologies. On the other hand, it is important that high levels of nuclear safety are maintained in these new comer countries through all the process of these nuclear power plants. This calls for high caliber nuclear regulatory organization to be involved and participated in all nuclear regulatory activities as an active and competent partner. Nuclear regulatory bodies of new comers face different challenges depending upon their role and historical background. Some common challenges were lack of resources, manpower problems, new design concepts, new technologies and also the pressure of time if the contracts with vendor countries were signed. Different international experts had been expressed the increasing importance of TSOs for supporting regulatory bodies in developing of nuclear power plants programs in well-developed or new comers countries. This paper discusses the different challenges which are facing the regulatory bodies in the new comer’s countries. It describes the role which TSOs can play in the regulatory activities of the NPP and the different approaches which can implemented. An investigation of regulatory bodies behaviors in some international case studies are summarized to document the lessons learned. Also, the relation of the regulatory bodies with the time managements of the NPP program had been highlighted with emphasis to international practices. It concluded that TSOs can play an important role with the regulatory bodies in the new comers’ countries and in the implementation of the time plan of the NPPs.
IMPLIKASI KEBIJAKAN “PENDAERAHAN” PENGELOLAAN PBB SETELAH BERLAKUNYA UU NO. 28 TAHUN 2009 TENTANG PAJAK DAERAH DAN RETRIBUSI DAERAH published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Kadar Pamuji Local tax policies according to local tax laws and new levies which gives breadth to the local taxation authority is done by expanding the tax base. Giving to the local taxation authority have been duly carried out to confirm the alignments to the process of democratization. The problem is "how is the legal implications of the Land and Building Tax management of rural and urban sector after the enactment of Law no. 28 of 2009 on regional taxes and Retribution" To know the legal implications, the study begins first by performing comparative Land and Building Tax arrangement according to the Law. 12 of 1985 by Act no. 28 of 2009 on regional taxes and Retribution. The results of the study concluded that the policy of the Land and Building Tax management of rural and urban sectors is authorized for the district/city, which has implications on the necessity for coordination, transfer of assets, preparation of executive human resources, technology, device setup, institutional arrangements, legal instruments (regulations and declaring) as well as other supporting facilities and infrastructure. Key words: Legal Implication, Policy, Land and Building Tax Management
Assessing Ecological Integrity of Barna Stream Network of Narmada River Basin by Using Macrozoobenthic Communities published in

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Abhilasha Bhawsar, Manzoor Ahmad Bhat, Vipin Vyas In the present study, the benthic diversity and physicochemical properties were evaluated to assess the ecological integrity of Barna stream network. During the study, a macroinvertebrate based new biotic index (MWQI) was evaluated against some of the biotic and abiotic indices viz., BMWP Index, Hilsenhoff ’s Index, National Sanitation Foundation Water Quality Index (NSFWQI, USA), Water Quality Index (WQI). The results showed that on the basis of MWQI the waters at Barna and Satdhar streams were of ‘Excellent’ quality; at Jamner and Narheri streams the water was of ‘Very good’ quality; at Palakmati stream it was found of ‘Worst’ quality and at Chamarsil stream it was of ‘Good’ quality which confirmed the fact that occurrence of benthic macroinvertebrates reflects the natural health of a stream/river and that they can be used in predicting the ecological integrity of the water bodies. The present survey is the preliminary work towards assessing the ecological health of the Barna stream network thus, forms the basis for any other research work in future.
Design of systematic peer to peer network using routing queries published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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K.Zulaika Begam R.Arivumalar Finding a document or resource in an unstructured peer-to-peer network can be an exceedingly difficult problem. In this paper we propose a query routing approach that accounts for arbitrary overlay topologies, nodes with heterogeneous processing capacity, e.g., reflecting their degree of altruism, and heterogenous class-based likelihoods of query resolution at nodes which may reflect query loads and the manner in which files/resources are distributed across the network. The approach is shown to be stabilize the query load subject to a grade of service constraint, i.e., a guarantee that queries’ routes meet pre-specified class-based bounds on their associated a priori probability of query resolution. An explicit characterization of the capacity region for such systems is given and numerically compared to that associated with random walk based searches. Simulation results further show the performance benefits, in terms of mean delay, of the proposed approach. Additional aspects associated with reducing complexity, estimating parameters, and adaptation to class-based query resolution probabilities and traffic loads are studied.
Demographic Profile of Head Injury Victims Died in Road Traffic Accidents in Urban Region of Maharashtra. published in

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Dr Sunil. S. Kadam Road traffic accidents are one of the major causes of death the world over, head injury being the commonest cause of mortality in road traffic accidents. The incidence of road accidents is the highest in India as compared to other countries. Despite improved trauma care facilities, there has been a steady rise in casualties due to road accidents in the country and their ratio of the total deaths due to all accidents has also increased considerably in the recent past. The present study was undertaken on 404 victims of road traffic accidents succumbing to head injury brought to our postmortem centre for medicolegal autopsy. The main purpose of our study was to find out the demographic profile of the victims involved in road traffic accidents and to provide epidemiological data in order that suitable preventive measures can be taken.
The role of monetary and fiscal policy in industrial development: industrial revolution in developing countries. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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JAGRITI JAISWAL The purpose behind to construct the macroeconomic policies is to stabilize the fluctuation in business cycle. Usually, fiscal and monetary policies in industrial countries have been expansionary in response to weak domestic conditions. In spite of high prevalence of vulnerable employment and working poverty in developing Asia, fu ll employment is not a legislated objective of any industrial countries. This paper presents a broad overview of fiscal issues dealing with developing countries. We focus the factors which associated to weak institutional framework that play a key role in explaining sub - optimal policy decisions and weak integration to either domestic or international financial markets. In this paper we investigate the multifaceted correlation between industrial development and economic structure, by focusing on one of its tr ade implications, the effect of international specialization patterns on export performances of countries.This analysis is stand on secondary data which is based on industrial policy of India, ILO, Indian government - annual industrial growth data and World Bank report.
Infl uence of Load on the Friction and Wear Behaviour in Glass-Epoxy Composite Systems published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
B. Suresha, G. Chandramohan, P. Sampathkumaran, R.K. Kumar, S. Seetharamu and C.H. Sathish Polymeric composites are steadily gaining importance in recent times for industrial applications and their increase in the use calls for a better understanding of their behaviour under working environments. Friction and wear are considered two important parameters, that govern the tribological behaviour. In this study, the friction and wear characteristics of E-glass-Epoxy (G-E) and graphite fi ller of two different levels in G-E composites were experimentally investigated using Pin-on-Disc setup at varied loads and sliding velocities. From this investigation, it is found that 7.5 wt % graphite fi lled G-E composite system shows least coeffi cient of friction and highest wear resistance compared to the plain G-E composite system irrespective of the load/speed adopted. Further, this paper highlights the Scanning Electron Microscopic (SEM) observations with respect to their wear behaviour for interpretation of the data. The SEM pictures of the highest graphite fi lled sample corroborate the wear data thus complimenting each other.
Saliva as an Alternative Diagnostic Fluid to Blood in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Patients. published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

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Muhammad Sajid, Nasir Iqbal, Abdul Razzaq Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is impairment of kidney’s function over time that ultimately results in slow progression of renal failure. In present study serum and salivary biochemical changes in chronic kidney disease patients were analyzed and evaluate as non-invasive diagnostic markers. For this purpose serum calcium, phosphate, urea, creatinine and total proteins and salivary calcium, phosphate and alpha amylase were analyzed. Overall high serum calcium levels were found in chronic kidney disease patients. Serum phosphate levels were found high as compare to normal individuals. Serum creatinine and urea levels were also elevated. Salivary calcium levels increased significantly as compare to normal individuals. While the salivary phosphate and salivary alpha amylase levels decreased in CKD patients. It is suggested that saliva can be used as surrogate of blood to evaluate the progression of chronic kidney disease and oral health of these patients.
Xsd Technique for web Application to Overcome Denial of Service Attacks published in

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N. R. Sindhuja, C. Balakrishnan, C. Kavitha Denial of service (DoS) is a vulnerable attack and it attempts to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended or legitimate user. It comprises of a single system that is infected with a type of virus application known as a Trojan. The most common type of Denial of service attack is done by flooding the target resource with external communication requests. The request overload prevents the resource from responding to legitimate traffic, or slows down its response and makes the system unavailable for the user. This situation is said to be degraded situation where the overloaded vulnerable request to the server transfers the control to the legitimate user. The proposed system focuses on the unwanted request access of clients by blocking them from further data accessing. An automated feedback is introduced in the system which provides a prioritized scheduling concept in reducing the DOS rate and redirects the request to the server. This model serves as a supporting tool for the web application for tracing the vulnerability measured and visualized graphically.
Violence Against Women – Indian and Global Perspective published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. N.V. Gudaganavar, shri.S.D.Soudagar Violence against women is touching new heights. Major types of violence against women relate to sexual harassment, rape, acid throwing, honour killing, bride burning, domestic violence, etc. The NCRB has mentioned rape as the biggest crime in India with 242006 cases registered in 2011 as against 22172 in 2010. Patriarchal culture which considers females as secondary citizens has been the main cause for rimes against women. Reports of UNICEF, UN Declaration on Elimination of Violence against Women and studies by Time Magazine, CNN and Special Reporter, etc., have confirmed the incidence of violence against women. India and other South Asian, West Asian countries and a few western countries too are found to be the area where different types of violence against women are committed. Legal enactments have not worked effectively as deterrents against violence against women in India. Social awareness and social responsibility in curbing this menace alone can bring about the desired results of women safety and equality of women in society as stipulated in the Indian Constitution.
Energy Saving in Wireless Sensor Network using Attribute Based Dynamic Routing? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
G.Subha, M.Nava Bharathy? In wireless sensor networks the sensor nodes are deployed in various environments for monitoring temperature, pressure and some other purposes. Theses sensor nodes have limited energy and cannot be reenergized easily. So to utilize the energy efficiently, this project proposes an attribute based energy saving mechanism. Here the information sensed by the sensors are aggregated based on packet attribute which is inspired by the concept of pheromone in ant colony optimization. The data sensed by the sensors are sent to sink by various path based on potential based dynamic routing protocol. Thus it reduces the redundant information produced by the adjacent sensors and also provides the information with accuracy. If the sensor nodes are compromised or the information is modified by an adversary then it will be critical for the user to use that information. So the data must be encrypted and then send to the base station.
Directions of work with police staff on resistance to alcohol abuse published in

Legal Science and Law Enforcement Practice

Published by Tyumen Advanced Training Institute of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation
Shatilovich S.N. The problem of alcoholism among law enforcement officers is inherent in the shared problem of the RF society alcoholization. It can be compared with epidemy. The author reviews social and legal resistance to alcohol abuse by police officers. Being a chronic illness, alcoholism reduces people to social degradation and untimely death. Alcoholism is unsuitable for police service. Service in police imposes extra obligations on police officers. It is necessary to lay foundation for remediation of the situation. Within educational work with police officers it is necessary to take preventive measures. Road traffic accidents caused by drunk police officers provoke widespread discontent in the society and a quick response of the mass media. The author states the defining role of educational work. The success of educational work mainly depends on the attitude of leadership. The author also recommends enhancing the role of police staff leaders for carrying out daily educational work. He offers some preventive measures. They are as follows: to increase staff competence in statutory regulation field, exclude token approach to adviser or guarantor’s role; provide effective teamwork of leadership, guarantors, advisers and curators of educational establishments, and inform non-permanent staff about state of discipline and law regularly. The last but not least, law police officers should enter social organizations promoting healthy lifestyle.
Effect of Inlet air Pressure and Egr rate on the Diesel Engine Performance published in

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Nikunj D Patel, Gaurav P Rathod, Tushar M Patel By using D.I. Engines, main pollutants contributed are NOx, Co, unburned hydrocarbons (HC) and other particulate emissions. This paper mainly focuses on reducing exhaust emission and energy saving by investigating diesel combustion with Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system. The number of experiments were conducted on a four stroke direct injection water cooled constant speed diesel engine with EGR systems. In the experiment, EGR system was given individually and also with varying inlet air pressure. In this experiment, compressor was used to pressurize the intake air. The experiments were carried out to evaluate the performance effect at different EGR rates and varying inlet air pressure of the engine. In the result, Performance parameters such as Brake thermal efficiency, brake specific fuel consumption (BSFC) were estimated. Effect on NOx were observed. So the modified engine provides greater NOx reduction and better fuel economy without reducing useful characteristics (brake power, brake thermal efficiency etc.) of the Diesel engine.
Effect of phase inversion and rheological factor on formation of asymmetric polyethersulpone ultrafilteration membranes for separation of metal ions published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
S. Velu* and L. Muruganandam Asymmetric ultrafiltration (UF) membranes were prepared from poly (ether sulfone) (PES) using N, N?– dimethylformamide (DMF) solvent by phase inversion method. Solution cast PES membranes were homogeneous for all studied compositions, 12.5 to 20 % polymer and 87.5 to 80 % of solvent. The fabricated membranes were characterized for their UF performance such as pure water flux, water content and membrane hydraulic resistance and found to be moderate changes. It is estimated that the pure water flux of 20 % PES membrane increases from 12 to 76 l/m2.h, when the polymer concentration was decreased to 12.5 % in the casting solution. The membranes were also characterized for their separation performance through metal ions in aqueous solution. The percentage rejection of metal ions was increased while the permeate flux has decreasing trend.
VALIDATED RP-HPLC METHODFOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF PHENYLEPHRINE AND LEVOCETIRIZINE IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sunitha.P.G1 and Ilango. K 2* The present work reports a reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC) methodfor the simultaneous determination of phenylephrine and levocetirizine in pharmaceutical dosage form. HPLC was performed on a Thermo Hypersil C18 column (250×4.6 mm i.d., 5 ?m particle size) using a mixture of Methanol: 0.05M Dibasic phosphate in the ratio of 70:30v/v as mobile phase. Ultraviolet detection was carried out at 230nm. The retention time of phenylephrine and levocetirizine were found to be 3.915 min and 7.292 min respectively. The linear regression analysis data for the calibration plots showed good linear relationship with r2 = 0.9986 and 0.9988 for PHE and LEV, respectively, in the concentration range of 4-14 ?g mL-1 for PHE and 2-12 ?g mL-1 for LEV. The method was validated for precision, robustness, specificity and accuracy. The limits of detection and quantitation were 0.34 and 0.98 ?g mL-1, respectively, for PHE and 0.23 and 0.70?g mL-1, respectively, for LEV. The method was validated as per ICH guidelines. The proposed method can be applied for identification and quantitative determination of PHE and LEV in bulk drug and drug formulation.
Knee Osteoarthritis among patients attending a Rheumatology Clinic published in

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Oguntona SA, Edunjobi SA Background: Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common joint disorder in the world. It is a multifactorial diseaseassociated with pain, loss of function, and disability. Weight bearing joints like knee and hip are more commonly affected. Objective:To describe the pattern of OA in a population of rheumatology clinic attendees. Methods: The study was prospectively carried out over three years (January 2011- December 2013) in a Nigerian teaching hospital. Patients who met both the clinical and radiological diagnosis of OA were included in the study. Results: A total of 136 patients were studied. Females constituted 64.7% while men formed 35.3% of the study population. The age ranged between 40 and 84 years with the mean age of 63 years (SD ±7.91). People aged between 61and 70 years were predominantly affected. Some of the factors identified among the patients with OA included advanced age (58.1%), obesity (17.6%), sport injuries (8.1%), joint hypermobility (7.4%) and professional dancing (2.9%). Conclusion: Recognition and modification of the factors which may affect the weight bearing joints may reduce the risk of OA and prevent subsequent morbidities.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LOW RISE RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS INTERMS OF PLATE STRESS AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION WITH SOLID SLAB AND RIBBED SLAB: STATIC ANALYSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jemal Bedane Halkiyo*1, Sultan Bedane Halkiyu2 & Dr Raju Ramesh Reddy3 In this thesis paper, the comparison of frame with solid slab vs composite slab for seismic loading and gravity load are analyzed using manual and staad.provi8 software to insure either frame with solid slab or frame with ribbed slab are economical, stable and one of either capable to withstand designed load over its designed life.Additionally the structure is modeled and analyzed using staad.prov8i software and compared in terms of plate stresses, deflection and economic evaluation of low rise Residential building with solid slab or rib slabconcrete block slab using linear static analysis under gravity & lateral loading. Finally as per analysis and design, it is proved that the residential building with solid slab can resist the required structural stresses like lateral deflection, bending stress, shear deflection and provide the required structural stability against lateral and uplift pressures than structure with ribbed slab
A Study on Social Alienation Among lic Employees published in

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Dr. M. Ayisha Millath Alienation means emotional isolation or dissociation. Alienation is estrangement from other people, society, or work. The focus here is on the person's problems in adjusting to society. Social isolation refers to “The feeling of being segregated from one’s community”. This paper examines the social alienation among LIC employees and the demographic variables associated with social alienation. The questionnaire is used to elicit data from 250 LIC employees. The variables of social alienation were statistically tested by using SPSS software. The findings of the present study reveal that most of the LIC employees are affected by social alienation.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF MATRIX TABLETS FOR COLON SPECIFIC DELIVERY OF MEBENDAZOLE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mahantesh G. Kavatekar*1, Chandrashekar C. Patil2, Raghavendra V. Kulkarni3, Ajay S. Shahapur4, Santosh B. Girani5 and Baburao N. Chandkavathe6 In the present study, an attempt was made to prepare and evaluate natural polymers based matrix tablets of Pectin, Xanthan gum and guar gum & their combination for colon targeted delivery of Mebendazole. The matrix tablets were prepared by wet granulation method. The weight and drug contents of all tablets were found to be uniform with low SD values. The hardness & friability were within specified range. The DSC & FTIR study indicated that the drug is stable in the formulations. The in-vitro drug release study was performed using dissolution rate test apparatus in gastric and intestinal fluids. The uncoated tablets failed to retard the drug release in the environment of stomach and small intestine; hence they are not suitable for colon targeted delivery of drug as maximum amount of drug was released in the physiological environment of stomach and small intestine within 5 hours. Whereas, tablets coated with Eudragit RS100 released small amount of drug within 5 hours and maximum amount of drug was targeted to colonic region. Therefore Eudragit RS100 was found very effective in targeting drug to colon. The M2 tablet which showed satisfactory release in-vitro was tested for its integrity and transit in-vivo in rabbits. The results of in vivo roentgenography showed that the prepared tablet was intact up to 11 hours and transit was clearly seen. Drug release mechanism followed non-Fickian transport.
A Comparative Study of Risk Taking Ability of Rural and Urban Area Male Students published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Shabnam Khan The present study aimed to compare the Risk taking ability of rural and urban area male students. Objective of the study was to compare the risk taking ability of male students belonging to rural and urban area. Sample for the study constitute 200 male students, 100 belonging to rural area and 100 belonging to urban area. Risk taking questionnaire (RTQ) constructed by Dr. Virendra Sinha and Dr. Prem Nath Arora was used for collection of data. Results of the study revealed that risk taking ability of the male students is higher than the risk taking ability of the male students belonging to urban area.
Hospital induced psychological distress among patient attendants at Liaquat University Hospital, Jamshoro published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.Sherwin Nayanar, V.Pandimurugan, V.Gowri? The design and development of a ZigBee based smart noninvasive wearable health monitoring system with effective communication has been developed and reported in this paper which includes GSM technology. Health care plays an important role in humans life. Health care monitoring involves care and regular updates about the diseased. The ageing population will lead to increased healthcare cost as care for the elderly is much more expensive than that of other age groups. The physiological parameters are monitored using different sensors like temperature sensor, impact sensor, heart rate sensor. These sensors are used to measure the vital signs in human body. LM35 series are precision integrated-circuit temperature sensors, whose output voltage is linearly proportional to the Celsius (Centigrade) temperature. LM35 is suitable for remote applications and low cost due to water-level trimming. An accelerometer measures acceleration forces, these forces may be static, like the constant force of gravity pulling at our feet, or they could be dynamic, caused by moving or vibrating the accelerometer. Heart rate sensor consist of an infrared led transmitter and an infrared photo transistor receiver which is connected to microcontroller and then to LCD. ZigBee which is reliable supports large number of nodes, with very long battery life and low cost of this device will help to lower the cost of health monitoring both in home and hospital.
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PREDICTION SELF-FULFILLING PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION published in

FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
Hovorun T., Koskina D. The article deals with the problem of sex differences on job and social status has many biological and social explanations. Much of understanding of economic status differentiation begins with biologically and socially oriented studies. The first one represent the most evolutionarily differences, which stress on data explaining heterogeneous sex outcomes – women’s roles for housekeeping and bringing up children, men’s – for social and vocational activity.
Outcomes of Treatment of Dorsolumbar Spine Fractures – A Prospective Study published in

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Shah Pratik D. , Shah Amish S. , Parikh Deval K. Dorso-lumbar spine injury is the most common orthopaedic spinal cause of morbidity and mortality. It is the most common cause of paraparesis and paraplegia. Objective of the study is to evaluate the outcome of patients having fracture of dorsolumbar spine with either conservative or operative management. We studied 36 patients of fracture at dorsolumbar region (D11 to L2), treated with either conservative or operative method on randomised control basis. The functional outcome was assessed using the SF-36 score. Fall from height is the most common cause of dorsolumbar fractures with majority affected belonging to young population and presenting with significant neurological deficits. Patients who had Frankel C, D, or E grade at the time of presentation showed neurological improvement. In patients presenting with Frankel grade D&E without visceral involvement and with kyphosis angle<150, conservative management seems rational. Evaluation with SF-36 score showed excellent and good outcomes in most of these patients.
Strategy of internal audit function based on the IIA under COSO and COBIT : A proposed framework published in

International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science (IJBASS)

Published by Dr. Yuval Rottenstreich(Editor In Chief)
Assistant Prof. Dr. Fayhaa Abdullah Yaqoob Postgraduate institute of accounting and financial studies Baghdad University Iraq-Baghdad E-mail: fayhaa1959@yahoo.com Tel: 009647711224404 Iraq The research problem of this study is the obvious deficient of internal audit work within the Iraqi institutes and firms, and that deficient is the result of the absence of the sponsor organizations for this function and the absent of regulations and laws that identify the responsibilities and authorities and the scope of internal audit work as well as the type of management which is tending to focus on the financial and accounting matters only, so that its required to rebuild this internal audit work in line with the current developments in internal audit activities. In addition to that there is a lack of a framework that defines internal audit strategy. The aim of this research is to find an organizing method to rebuild the internal audit strategy and functions base on the international standards of internal auditors institutes, the study consider the framework of COSO and COBIT, and discussing the views of academics, professionals, accountants and auditors who are currently working in governmental and private sectors in Iraq, and developing a proposed framework of internal audit function based on these views viewed.
The Effects of the Corporate’s Characteristics on Tax Avoidance Moderated by Earnings Management (Indonesian Evidence) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Sasiska Rani, Didik Susetyo, Luk Luk Fuadah The objective of this study is to analyze the effects of the corporate’s characteristics on tax avoidance and to analyze the effects of moderation of earnings management on the relationship between the corporate’s characteristics and tax avoidance. The corporate’s characteristics in this study are proxied by the profitability, the leverage, and the size. This study selected 49 manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange of the period of 2012-2016 as samples that were selected by using the cluster random sampling technique. The result of the panel data regression with random effect model shows that the characteristics of a company, namely the profitability and the size have a significant negative effect on tax avoidance, whereas the leverage has a significant positive effect on tax avoidance. The action of the earnings management is able to moderate the effects of the profitability and the leverage on tax avoidance. However, the action of the earnings management is unable to moderate the effects of the size on tax avoidance.
Self-Efficacy In Classroom Management Of Faculty Members Of The University Of Eastern Philippines published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

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

AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF NURSING

Published by AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNALS
Cheryl Holden,Ladda Thiamwong,,Deborah Martin,Kathleen M. Mathieson,Guy Nehrenz Information technology is rapidly changing the manner in which health care is provided to consumers. The purpose of this research study was to determine if Epic®, an electronic health record, impacted the hospital length of stay (LOS) for patients admitted with hip fracture. When comparing six months of data pre- and postimplementation of Epic, there was not a significant difference in the hospital LOS for patients admitted with hip fracture. Although there was not a decrease in the hospital LOS post-implementation of an EHR, there was also no increase in hospital LOS, which might be expected with a major system change that required process and workflow modifications.
Design and Simulation of 2.4Ghz Rf Mixer Using Passive Devices On ADS published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Praseedha Rajakumaran Nair, Dr. K. Nagamani In this paper the design methodology of RF mixer at 2.4GHz is presented. A single balanced mixer is described based on quadrature 3 dB hybrid coupler,schottky diode and band pass filter. By using simulator based design strategy,The design methodology provides an efficient and practical approach with appropriate reference to the theory.The project application is basically for WLAN.As the RF is 2.4GHz local oscillator frequency is taken as 2.46GHz downconverted to Intermediate frequency 60MHz.To perform simulations,Agilent ADS software is used.
Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Studies of PorphyrinylChromium(III) benzimidazole Complexes published in

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Gauri D. Bajju, Ved Kumar, Ashu, Deepmala Six co-ordinate chromium(III) complexes [CrCl(RTPP)L] (where R = H, CH3 and OCH3 group and L = 2-alkyl substituted benzimidazoles) were prepared by reacting the ligands with CrCl(RTPP). The complexes so obtained were characterized by elemental analysis, IR, U.V-visible and 1H and 13C NMR. All complexes show Cr-N stretching vibrations between 430-495 cm-1 and bands appearing in the range of 370-430 cm-1 shows the stretching vibration for ?(Cr-Cl). The presence of axially ligated chromium(III) derivatives shows slight shift in the stretching of Cr-N in the range of 530-550 cm-1. The presence of two bands occurring between 400-610 nm confirms the, presence of Chronium(III) porphyrins with 3d3 electronic configuration of complexes. Spectral and magnetic studies suggest an octahedral geometry to these complexes. Biochemically complexes show negligible antibacterial and antoxidant behavior but well positive antifungal activity.
A Study on Motivation Skill Among Teacher Trainees of Second Year D.t.ed Students published in

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Umender Malik, Ms. Poonam Sindhu The present study has explored the relation between teaching aptitude and intelligence of B.Ed. pupil teachers . A representative sample of 600 (300 male and 300 female) teachers from urban and rural B.Ed. colleges of three districts in Haryana was randomly selected. Teaching Aptitude Scale (2002) By L.C. Singh And Dahiya and Test Of General Intelligence (2012) By S.K.Pal & K.S.Mishra were used to collect the data. The study revealed that significant difference was found between teaching aptitude and intelligence of rural male B. Ed. Pupil teachers. Similar results were found out for rural female B.Ed. pupil teachers. However results were reversed for urban male and female B.Ed. pupil teachers for the same comparison of teaching aptitude and intelligence.
HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN KOREANSMALL-MEDIUM COMPANIES published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Michiko Miyamoto The Human Resource function of each company deals with a variety of sensitive employment data and information. In this context, identifying significant risks and implementing effective system controls are essential to safeguard the integrity of this information. An increased number of companies is utilising Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS) or Human Resource Information System (HRIS) or Human Resource Management (HRM) in order to manage their work force and also to meet their employer’s obligations, to optimize their management and improve their efficiency. The purpose of this study is to present a framework and an empirical analysis for the survey data from 482 Korean small and medium sized companies to understand relationship between HRIS, HR activities and HRM. The results of the research model using Structural EquationModel (SEM) show that there are significant and very strong positive relationships between HRIS and HRM, there are significant, positive relationships between HRIS and HR activities, such as recruitment, relocation; promotion and evaluation in lesser extent. The results suggest that information technology affects HR management and support HR activities. Keywords: Human Resource Information System, HR activities, HR Management, Structural Equation Model.
"Keshaw Constants" and "Keshaw Concept of Blood Volume Equality"-The Laws of Arterial Blood Circulation published in

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Dr. Keshaw Kumar In order to create the laws of arterial blood circulation tissue of ventricles of heart, coronary arteries, ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk was obtained at constant levels during autopsy from 300 human adults not suffering from any cardiovascular disease. Wall thickness and lumen circumference was measured in all these arteries to calculate pulse pressure, pulsatory power and volume of blood entering the lumen during each heart beat according to laws of arterial pulsation created by Keshaw Kumar (1993, 2015)1,2. On the basis of observations and result obtained following laws of arterial blood circulation were created by Dr. Keshaw Kumar. 1. During each heart beat equal volume of blood enters and circulates in systemic as well as pulmonary circulations which is known as " Keshaw concept of blood volume equality". 2. A ratio of 3:1 exists between the arteries of systemic and pulmonary circulations as far as their pulse pressure, pulsatory power and wall thickness is concerned but in case of lumen circumference, volume of blood entering the lumen during each heart beat this ratio is 1:1 between the arteries of systemic and pulmonary circulations. 3. In an individual not suffering from any cardiovascular disease these above mentioned ratios (3:1 and 1:1) remain always constant and are known as "Keshaw Constants". Any deviation or alteration in "Keshaw Constants" in an individual is the indication of cardiovascular disease in that individual either in the form of right/left sided cardiac failure or in the form of cardiac coronary inefficiency.
Economic and Environmental Factors Leading to Entrepreneurial Success published in

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Dr. Habib–ur–Rahman , Dr. H. Ramananda Singh Business environment refers to different forces or surroundings that affect business operations such as customers, competitors, suppliers, distributors, industry trends, substitutes, social and cultural factors, innovations and technological developments. The economic factors includes system, policies and nature of an economy, trade cycles, economic resources, level of income, distribution of income and wealth. Success of the entrepreneurs generally depends on different sets of factors. Many authors and researchers are of the view that the success of an entrepreneur greatly influenced by the economic and environmental factors. The present study is an attempt to know the important economic and environmental factors contributing to entrepreneurial success in Assam. The study finds that there are five important economic & environmental factors which lead to the success. These factor are - Power supply, Access to latest technology, Competitive pricing, Access to market channels and Access to business association.
TINDAK PIDANA KEKERASAN TERHADAP PEREMPUAN (Studi Etiologi Kriminal di Wilayah Hukum Polres Banyumas) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ruby Hadiarti Johny The violence against women is increasing in number. This article discusses the factors underlying the occurrence and other form of violence against women that occurred in the Police Banyumas region. Sociological juridical approach used in this research. Specification of research is descriptive. The data used are primary and secondary data. The dominant factors that cause criminal violence to women are dominated by economic factors about 70%, cultural factors about 15%, affair factors about 10 %, and lack of communication between family factors about 5 %. The types of criminal violence to women based on data from LSM Lentera Perempuan WCC Banyumas, Victims, and Poice Banyumas region most of the type criminal violence to women is domestic violence, as physic, psychological, sexual violence, and negligence of household. The problem solving is with the litigation process or non litigation process. The litigation process with criminal law process and the non litigation process with mediation. Keywords: Domestic violence, form of violence, cause of violence.
A Study on Importance of Marketing Ethics published in

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Dr Ruchika Sachdeva Ethics is a study of moral principles that guide the conduct. Marketing ethics is an area of applied ethics which deals with the moral principles that guide the conduct of marketing practitioners. The researcher has made an attempt to analyze the various marketing ethical issues and the various guidelines, standards and framework that should govern the business practices. At the end of the article the importance of incorporating marketing ethics in the course curriculum is highlighted.
AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES BY ULTRA - LEAN FUEL INJECTION OPENING PRESSURES WITH VARIOUS BLENDS OF HYDROGEN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P Gandhi This paper aims to present the combustion, performance and emission analysis of dual fuel operated internal combustion engine experimentally. With higher rate of depletion of the conventional fossil fuels, the quest for an appropriate alternative fuel has gathered great attention in past three decades. As the world finds itself in the midst of universal energy shortage and alarmi ng rate of environmental issues, compounded a parallel need of reducing pollutants along with energy generation. Hydrogen energy is an abundant energy source and its working methodology should address this problem to some extent. Though internal combustion engines are the most trusted power sources in the transportation sector, due to stringent emission norms and rapid depletion of petroleum resources there has been a continuous effort to use alternative fuels. The engine was operated under dual fuel mode a t constant speed of 1500 rpm. During starting of experiment, engine run with pure diesel mode and once the engine reaches to the rated speed enrichment fuel is inducted in the mixing chamber. The enrichment used with varying the blend percentage 10%, 20% b y mass of fuel. Operating the engine at variable load at an Ultra - Lean fuel injection opening pressures of 220 bar (optimum pressure) at compression ratio of 17.5.
A Clinical Study of Comparison of Combination of Sevoflurane and Propofol with Propofol Alone for Induction and Intubation published in

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Dr R Konda Reddy, Dr. G. Pratap Rao, Dr P Rama Krishna Endotracheal intubation is the most important and crucial step during administration of general anaesthesia. Propofol is a hypnotic agent, obtunds airway reflexes, and allows laryngoscopy and intubation. Sevoflurane is a newer volatile induction agent with low blood-gas solubility and has a pleasant smell, low airway irritability and better haemodynamic characters. The study was done in 60 ASA PS I and II, aged 20-40 yearspatients, were randomly divided into two groups and monitored heart rate (HR), blood pressure(BP), Oxygen saturation (SPO2) and Electrocardiogram (ECG) in both groups. In group B patients (93%) had significantly better and acceptable intubation conditions than group A (73%) with P value of < 0.001.
Neurohistological Effects of Lead on Pons of Adult Albimo Rat published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr S M Dawar Husain LEAD is toxic to every organ of body, including central nervous system. Present study is aimed to observe the histopathological changes in pons of rat induced by oral administration of lead compound in adult albino rats. Total number of 20 adult albino rats of either sex were included in this study, consisting of equal numbers in both control and experimental groups. Experimental group received 4% aquous lead acetate orally for 15 days., then animals of both groups were anaesthetized with ether and perfused with 10% formalin. Pons was dissected. 10µ thick sections were obtained and were stained with Glees Silver stain. Under light microscope, pons from experimental group revealed disorganization of pontine cytoarchitecture with loss of direction of fibers, swollen tracts and disappearance of almost all of the pontine nuclei. It was concluded that lead has toxic effects on the central nervous system including pons which may explain the clinical manifestation of lead neurotoxicit
Handloom Weaver’s Co-Operative Societies in Chittoor District: A Case Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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L. Subramanyam Naidu, Prof. K. Jayachandra Co-operative form of organization is considered most suitable for the age old traditional and biggest industry in India. According to the census of 2011 it is estimated that 833 million people are currently lives in rural India. At present 150000 weavers co-operative societies and 35 million weavers across the country are benefited. Andhra Pradesh has traditionally been one of the major handloom weaving regions of India. This activity provides full time employment to 367 lakh persons and part-time employment to nearly 85000 persons. Every village in Andhra Pradesh is a weaving centre and various types of sarees, dhotis and khadi are manufactured. In the Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, there are 39 weavers co-operative societies, provide an employment opportunity to nearly 2500 members.
An Analysis of Freight Forwarders’ Perception Towards Multimodal Transportation Inchennai published in

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Dr. V. Sivakumar, M. Suganya Multimodal transportation is a concept which places the responsibility for transport activities under one operator, who then manages and co-ordinates the total task from the shipper’s door to the consignee’s door ensuring the continuous movement of the goods along the best route, by the most efficient and, cost-effective means, to meet the shippers requirements of delivery. The research proposed various modes of transportation and the workings of multimodal transportation, which has been extremely helpful to transportation officials. It is believed that freight forwarders can get important outcomes about the main factors affecting their mode choice decisions in general, preference about multimodal transport specifically. Main service provider parties to the shipper and freight forwarding companies such as third party logistics service providers or other carriers can employ the research findings to enhance their service offerings to their customers by understanding their preference about multimodal transportation, areas to be developed and marketing strategies to be followed in order to influence the main stages in the decision-making process.
EFFECT OF MINT LEAVES EXTRACT ON MDR PATHOGENS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Bansode D.S.* and Chavan M.D. In the present study antimicrobial activity of crude Mint (Mentha arvensis) leaves extract observed in comparison with Standard antibiotics Cholistin, Erythromycein, Ciprofloxin, Methicillin, Ampicillin and Cephalosporin. In this study, the antimicrobial efficacy of crude Mint leaves extract was examined and tested against following bacterial cultures those were Salmonella typhi (5 strains), E.coli (8 strains), Shigella sonnei (7 strains) and Shigella flexinary (8 strains). As microorganisms becoming resistant to present day antibiotics, our study focuses on antimicrobial activity of Mint leaves extract in comparison with standard antibiotics against selected enteric pathogens. Antimicrobial analysis was done by using agar well diffusion method against selected enteric pathogens. Natural product may act as an substitute for antibiotics and chemotherapeutic agents in certain conditions. Historically, plants have provided a source of motivation for novel drug compounds, as plant derived medicines have made great contributions to human health and welfare. Medicinal plants correspond to a rich source of biological agents which play very important role in a number of functional and regulation mechanisms occurring in plant as well as in animal body. In the present investigation, Mint leaves extract showed highest antibacterial activity against Salmonella typhi strain V (ZOI- 16mm), E.coli strain VII (ZOI- 18mm), Shigella sonnei strain VI (ZOI- 20mm) and Shigella flexinary strain V (ZOI- 16mm). Salmonella typhi strain III, Shigella sonnei strain III, Shigella flexinary strain VI showed no ZOI with Mint leaves extract.ie these strains were observed resistant to Mint leaves extract. All bacterial strains were also observed resistant to all tested antibiotics. So the present study shows that, these tested multidrug resistant organisms were observed resistant to studied standard antibiotics but those were observed sensitive to crude Mint leaves extract.
Sensitivity Analysis of Asset Allocation: In The Presence of Correlation published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Somayeh Madadpour Payam Hanafizadeh Reza Habibi Linearization of portfolio optimization plays a central role in financial studies, since linear problem allows for performing sensitivity analysis. This concept makes it possible to measure the variation of parameters as a result of variation of one parameter in a linear problem, without solving the problem from scratch. Based on the existing literatures, the approach of CVaR (conditional value at risk) method outperforms other methods, therefore in this study CVaR is applied as a constraint to change portfolio optimization problem into a linear problem. The coefficient of objective function of mentioned method for a portfolio includes average of asset returns, which are highly correlated. Here principal component analysis is employed to convert the correlation of the functional relations. An example of stock market is employed to substantiate the validity of method. Finally, we verify that the result of the presented method is closer to the ideal result.
Haemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis – A Report of Two Cases and Review of Literature published in

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Dr Sangeeta Sharma,Dr Ujwala Maheshwari,Dr Kuldeep Singh Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is a rare and unusual syndrome, more common in the paediatric age group, characterized by fever, splenomegaly, bicytopenia or pancytopenia, and proliferation of macrophages and histiocytes in the bone marrow, liver, spleen. These histiocytes are morphologically benign but hyperactive and demonstrate phagocytosis of other blood cells including erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets and their precursor haemopoietic cells. Primary or Familial HLH is an autosomal recessive inherited disorder, while Secondary or Acquired HLH is caused by abnormal immunological activation such as in immunodefimal recessive inherited disorder, while Secondary or Acquired HLH is caused by abnormal immunological activation such as in immunodef
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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Teachers’ Attitude Towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation published in

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Dr. Surender Singh Rana The need for Continuous and Comprehensive School-based Evaluationhas been reiterated over the last few decades. Different commission and committees have recommended to make evaluation process,a regular and inseparable feature of educational process. The present study was conducted on secondary school teachers of district Sonepat. Main concerned of the study was to observe the attitude of the teachers towards continuous and comprehensive evaluation. Objectives were formed to find the attitude of teachers, difference in attitude towards CCE on the basis of gender and locality of school. Analysis of data shows that there is no significant difference of attitude on the basis of these variables.
ELEPHANTOPUS SPICATUS: A PLANT WITH HITHERTO UNREPORTED ANTIHYPERGLYCEMIC AND ANTINOCICEPTIVE POTENTIAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Md. Ezazul Haque, Mohammed Rahmatullah* Background. Elephantopus spicatus is a plant occasionally observed in the northeastern part of the country. Virtually nothing is known on the medicinal properties of the plant. It was of interest to conduct antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive activity studies on the plant, because other species belonging to the Elephantopus genera have been reported to possess such pharmacological activities. Methods. Antihyperglycemic activity was determined through oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT). Antinociceptive activity was determined by observed decreases in abdominal constrictions (writhings) in intraperitoneally administered acetic acid-induced pain model in mice. Results. Administration of methanol extract of whole plant led to dose-dependent reductions in blood glucose levels in glucose-loaded mice. At doses of 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight, the extract significantly reduced blood glucose levels by 13.0, 36.6, and 48.1%, respectively compared to control animals. By comparison, a standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide, when administered at a dose of 10 mg per kg body weight, reduced blood glucose level by 47.3%. In antinociceptive activity tests, the extract at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight reduced the number of abdominal constrictions by 29.6, 33.3, 37.0, and 40.7%, respectively. A standard pain relieving (antinociceptive) drug, aspirin, reduced the number of writhings by 33.3 and 48.1%, respectively, when administered at doses of 200 and 400 mg per kg body weight. Conclusion. Antihyperglycemic and antinociceptive activities have not previously been reported for Elephantopus spicatus. The plant can be a potential source for components towards lowering blood sugar and for alleviating pain.
HEPATO-RENAL TOXICITY OF KEROSENE FROM DERMAL AND ORAL EXPOSURE. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Ayobola Abolape Iyanda Objective: Due to lack of access to adequate medical care in Nigeria, kerosene or some other petroleum products are being used for the treatment of a number of clinical conditions. This therefore necessitates the need to study the impact of continuous exposure to trace amount of kerosene in female Wistar rats over a period of 3 weeks. Animals: Twelve rats were assigned to Groups 1 & 2 and administered with 0.3 ml/kg body weight of kerosene through either the oral and dermal route with the study being terminated after 1 week. Twelve other rats were assigned to Groups 3 (oral) and four (dermal) and given similar treatment as groups 1 and 2 with the study being terminated after 3 weeks. Six rats served as the control. Procedures: Blood was collected from each animal through retro-orbital bleeding and serum obtained after centrifugation. Serum activities or levels of hepatic and renal indices were determined. Results: By the end of three weeks, all indices were significantly altered (p<0.05) in both oral and dermal groups compared with control whereas, after 1 week of exposure in oral and dermal group total protein, globulin, ALT, AST were significantly changed (p<0.05); ALP, GGT, urea, creatinine and uric acid were not significantly changed (p>0.05) compared with control. Conclusion: These results suggest both hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic effects of kerosene even at dose level of 0.3 ml/kg body weight.
THE EFFECT OF TERROR EVENTS ON FÄ°NANCÄ°AL MARKETS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr. Yoser Gadhoum, Abeer Aldawsari, Halah Almusbeh This world is exposed to evil and damage. Terror attacks, for instance, are a way for terrorists to relatively express their anger or revenge, whether for political or religious motives. However, in this report, we are analyzing the stock market’s reaction in order to show the impact of terror attacks on market integration and determine the level of sensitivity of the international stock market towards these attacks on the day of the attacks. We have chosen five different terror attacks\events in the year 2016 from different areas around the world and they are as follows: • Turkey Airport Bombing. • Yemen Civil War. • Al Masjed Al Nabawy Holy Mosque Bombing. • Manhattan Street Bombing. • Egyptian Airplane Kidnaping. The subject markets for analysis in this report are New York Stocks Exchange Market, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Germany Stock Market, Saudi Stock Market, United Arab Emirates Stock Exchange and Qatar Stock Exchange. After deep analysis, we found the followings: • USA stock market shows positive autocorrelation in the times Saudi Arabia was hit by the Yemen Civil War and Al Masjed Al Nabawy Holy Mosque Bombing. • All markets show positive autocorrelation due to the event of Al Masjed Al Nabawy Bombing. • Saudi Arabia Stock Market shows positive autocorrelation on only Saudi terror events or\and USA terror events. • Saudi Arabia and USA stock markets are the most integrated markets. • Tokyo and Germany stock markets show positive autocorrelation due to events in the Middle East. • UAE and Qatar stock markets are the least sensitive toward terror attacks. • USA, Saudi Arabia and Tokyo are the most sensitive markets towards terror attacks. • International stock markets can be affected by terror attacks immediately and for the shortterm only. Keywords: Terror Attacks, Stock Exchange, Market Integration.
BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ANTI-OXIDATION EFFECT OF LEECH THERAPY IN THE PATIENTS OF OSTEO-ARTHRITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pawan Kumar Chaubey1, Akhilesh Kumar Singh2*, S. P. Mishra3, O. P. Singh4 An antioxidant is a molecule capable of inhibiting the oxidation of other chemicals. Oxidation reactions can produce free radicals. In turn, these radicals can start chain reactions that damage cells. Antioxidants terminate these chain reactions by removing free radical intermediates, and inhibit other oxidation reactions. They do this by being oxidized themselves, so antioxidants are often reducing agents such as thiols, ascorbic acid or polyphenols.[1]Although oxidation reactions are crucial for life, they can also be damaging; hence, plants and animals maintain complex systems of multiple types of antioxidants, such as glutathione, vitamin C, and vitamin E as well as enzymes such as catalase, superoxide dismutase and various peroxidases. Low levels of antioxidants, or inhibition of the antioxidant enzymes, cause oxidative stress and may damage or kill cells.As oxidative stress might be an important part of many human diseases, the use of antioxidants in pharmacology is intensively studied. Jalaukavacharan (Leech Therapy) is a method of Raktamokshan. This is the mildest of all the methods used for blood-letting. For this reason it is called the best (Paramsukumarupaya; Su. S. 13/3) method of Raktamokshan. Jalaukavacharanaor leech therapy has gained greater attention globally, because of its medicinal values. The saliva of leech contains numerous biologically active substances, which have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anaesthetic properties as well as probable antioxidant effect. Keeping this view in mind we have started leech therapy in the patients of osteoarthritis and found encouraging results.
UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF DIACEREIN IN API AND CAPSULE DOSAGE FORM USING AREA UNDER CURVE METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Hemant Kumar Jain* and Ravi S. Kadam The aim of present work was to develop an accurate, precise, reproducible and economical UV spectrophotometric Area Under Curve method for estimation ofDiacerein. The Area Under Curve of UV spectrum was calculated between 246 to 266 nm and a simple method was developed.The method has followed linearity in the range of 2-10?g/ml.The value of correlation coefficient was 0.9976. This method was validated as per ICH guideline Q2 (R1).Satisfactory values of Percent relative standard deviation for the intra-day and interday precision indicated that method is precise. Results of the recovery studies (99.73% to 101.99%) showed accuracy of the method. LOD and LOQ were calculated as 0.70?g/ml and 2.13?g/ml,respectively. The developed method can be used for routine estimation of Diacerein in bulk and Capsule dosage forms.
Stability Analysis of Powerhouse Caverns of Bakhtiary Dam Using 3DEC Software published in

Analytical and Numerical Methods in Mining Engineering

Published by Yazd University
B. Dehghani, L. Faramarzi, M. Sanei Today, large underground spaces for multiple strategic projects including hydroelectric power plants, storage of oil and gas, nuclear waste disposal, etc. are important. Stability analysis is of great importance due to the large dimensions of these spaces. In this paper, at first according to the discontinuities orientation and stress conditions of the region, appropriate direction for excavations is selected. The rock mass strength properties including the shear strength of discontinuous rock mass and the modulus of deformation using in situ tests was determined. The numerical modeling results have been summarized. Stress conditions in the study area were determined using a hydraulic fracture tests. In the next step, Using analytical relations and numerical method (Discrete Element Method, 3DEC); as well as, with regard to occurring rock burst phenomenon between the two caverns, and changing of distance between these caverns, the proper optimum distance is determined. Finlay using the result of numerical modeling and based on the plastic zone, a suitable support system (consists of length of tendons and rock bolts at different parts of caverns and axial stress applied to those) has been suggested.
RESEARCH INFLUENCE OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF MICAS ON THEIR ELECTRIC PROPERTIES AND CREATION SLYUDOKOMPOZITOV published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Svetlana Valeryevna Fedorova The problem of creation of reliable heating devices priobrektat the big importance for a national economy. The heating devices existing now are used, generally for the household purposes. They are difficult in production, power-intensive, not of a priksposoblena for use in hostile and damp environment. The Slyudokeramichesky electric heating element (slyudokompozit), possesses high chemical resistance, a tepkloprovodnost, moisture resistance, durability, is reliable in work, in operation.
GLOBAL COFFEE MARKET: BASIC CONCEPTS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik; Darya Maksimovna Zolotuhina Analyzed the main characteristics of the coffee, as a commodity of international trade. Shows the factors of pricing. It depicts the main trends of coffee consumption.
Employee Engagement in Pharma Industry: A Contingency Model published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.K.V. Geetha Devi, Nagaraju Kolla Employee Engagement is a recent favorite in HR field. In single word it is “one step up from commitment”. The main objective of the present study is to identify employee engagement factors in pharma industry. For this data collected is from 316 sample respondents. Regression analysis and factor analysis were employed for data analysis. Results indicated three factors for employee engagement in pharma namely work culture, participative management style and relationships and rewards
Market Structure for Sale of Vegetable/Fruit Seeds in Krishnagiri District: A Micro Level Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Senguttuvan [Tamil Nadu is one of the leading horticulture States in India contributing 7.7 percent to the national horticultural production with 5.7 percent of the national level area. The horticultural crops contain remarkable potential for export earnings in the State. Horticulture is now recognized as being an important driver for economic development, poverty reduction and improved nutrition for populations in developing countries. Krishnagiri District is more suitable for cultivation of Horticulture crops by way of its moderate climate, high altitude and fertility of the soil, therefore, in this study examines market structure for sale of vegetable seeds at the dealer level in the three Panchayats]
Outcome of Patients Having Distal End Femur Fracture Treated With Locking Plate published in

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Dr. Pratik Patel, Dr. Tejas Patel, Dr. Sejal Patel background: To get better out come in distal femur fracture we need to complete anatomic restoration of the joint surface, rigid fixation without external immobilisation, atraumatic reduction of the metaphysis fracture with restoration of femoral length and alignment, adequate support of the metaphysis and early mobilisation. Various types of internal fixation have been developed for this purpose. We observeoutcomes following the use of locking plate. objective:- . To studytheefficacy,technical requirements, functional results, radiological results, pitfalls, complications&out comes. Materials and methods: Westudiedprospectively all patient came atDepartmentof Orthopaedics, SMIMER, SURAT withdistalfemurfracturesandweretreatedwithdistalfemur lockingcompression plate (DF- LCP)in 2yr.Allthesepatientswereincludedwithpredefined inclusion &exclusion criteriain this study. All thepatients underwentsurgical fixation and followed. Outcome was based on surgical method and addressed according to NEER’Scriteria for functional outcome. Results: In our study Neer’s scorerangedfrom59 – 94andthe meanneer’s scorewas 82.4. Final analysis oftheNeer’s scoreshowed 50% (15 patients)were excellent,43.33% (13 patients)weresatisfactoryi.e., in 93.33%results were found to be excellent to satisfactoryafter usig locking plate and 2 patients had unsatisfactory result.In our study average neer's score for AO type A was 81.85, and for AO type C 82.87. Conclusion: Thenewfixationsystemoffersmany fixation possibilities and had proven its worth in complex fracture situations especially in extensivecommunition offemoralcondyleswithintra-articularinvolvementwhereotherfixation devices wereincompetent. Time tounionwasfo undtoincreasewithincreaseinage(p=0.00,statisticallysignificant)and canbeimprovedby earlyadequatefixation,primary bonegraftingandimmediate postoperative mobilization.
WATER LEVEL CONTROLLER USING PLC published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dhobale Supriya, Kajale Reshma, Sonawane Sukanya, Padwal Tejaswi , Rane S.P PLC proposed automated water distribution system is used to distribute the municipal water equal to all street pipe line. So we get the equal amount of water. The set point is fixed for all pipe line. Level sensor sense water level in tank.Flow rate of water is sense by flow sensor. Solenoid valve is used to open and close automatically. If the flow rate reaches at bottom, it will be turn on &it gets turn off when it reaches its set p oint. Here we also identify the water theft accurately during the distribution time period. This system consists of PLC.PLC gives the signal to the solenoid valve according to the set point written in the program. PLC is used to co ntrol the distribution of water. The overall system is connected to PLC with the help of RS - 232 cable.
Simulation, Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Power Distribution Across Two Parallel-Connected Transformers published in

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M. Salih Taci, N. Tayebi This paper presents determining the actual values of the effective resistance and reactance components of two single phase parallel-connected transformers, the measured values of voltages and currents were used for the calculation of R and X components for fundamental frequency of the system. The obtained values are simulated in the PSpice environment and then how the currents, voltages and power are distributed between them is explained based on calculations.
A NEW RESEARCH APPROACH IN MARKETING: NEUROMARKETING published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

Published by PressAcademia
P?nar AYTEKIN¹, Aysun KAHRAMAN² Marketers generally use classical methods such as survey or observation to research what kind of responses consumers give to products, brands or ads. However, neuromarketing, which utilize neuroscience techniques to understand consumer behavior, has broken a new ground for marketers. In neuromarketing; to determine consumers’ responses to a product, a brand or an ad, the movements in different parts of their brains are monitored by neuroscience equipments such as fMRI, EEG. Informations gathered from neuromarketing researches shed light on issues like product development, branding, designing marketing mix and deciding store atmosphere. The aim of this study is to investigate neuromarketing theoretically by evaluating extent, usage areas, and difficulties and criticized aspects of it and to give information about why and how neuromarketing techniques are being used by evolving out of some real researches made by companies and researchers. In this research, neuromarketing, which is a new and different method for marketers, has been evaluated theoretically and some examples relating to neuromarketing researchs which were conducted for different purposes have been provided.
Design of Piezoelectric MEMS Sensor for Energy Harvesting from Low Frequency Applications published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Swapnil D.Shamkuwar, Kunal N.Dekate? This paper presents a design of a Piezo-electric sensor model which acts as an energy harvester based on vibrations. The ample vibration-based micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) piezoelectric harvester has become an important subject in most research publications. It provides a green and practically infinite alternative power source to conventional energy sources, this harvester will significantly explore the applications of wireless sensor networks, biomedical implants etc., which may generate mW or ?W level of power. Vibration energy harvesting has been employed for converting ample amount of kinetic energy into electric energy by several different transduction methods. Amongst many transducing harvesters, the piezoelectric energy harvester (PEH) is compatible with MEMS technology and has a high electromechanical coupling effect and requires no external voltage sources and accordingly has been in most of recent research. The simplicity associated with piezoelectric micro-generators make them very attractive for MEMS applications in which ambient vibrations are harvested and converted into electric energy. These micro shaped-generators can become an alternative to the battery-based solutions in the future. In this paper, we propose a model and present the simulation of a MEMS-based energy harvester under ambient vibration excitation using the COMSOL 4.3b approaches.
A Study of Attitude of Intermediate Students Towards Value Oriented Education With Management And Mother Education published in

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L. Venkateswara Reddy,Dr. V. Dayakara Reddy Education is the vehicle of knowledge, self-preservation and success. Education not only gives a platform to succeed, but also the knowledge of social conduct, strength, character and self respect. The main objective of the present study is to study the influence of management, mother education on the attitude of intermediate students towards value oriented education. Value oriented education questionnaire developed by Suneetha, P (2008) was adopted. A sample of 320 intermediate students representing all categories of intermediate colleges in Prakasam District by following the standardized procedures. ‘t’ – test and ANOVA (‘F’ - test) were employed for analysis of the data. There is significant influence of management and mother education at 0.01 level on the attitude of intermediate students towards value oriented education.
Gender Difference in Social, Emotional and Behaviour Problem of Students Studying in Adi Dravidar Welfare Schools published in

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Dr. R. Gnanadevan, Mr. G. Sivakumar The aim of the study is to find out whether there is a gender difference in the various dimensions of social emotional and behaviour problem of students studying in Adi-dravidar welfare schools, for which the survey method has been adapted. Random sampling technique has been used for the present study for the selection of sample. The sample of the study includes the adolescent students studying in Adi- Dravidar Welfare School in Cuddalore District. The social, emotional and behaviour problem scale standardised by the R.Gnanadevan etal.(2015) have been used to collect the data from the sample. The present study reveals that the male and female students studying in Adi-dravidar welfare schools differ significantly in the internalizing problem and externalizing problem they do not differ significantly in the mixed category problem. It further indicates that the internalizing problem is high for the female students than the male and the externalizing problem is high for the male students than the female. Proper efforts can be made for the desired care, treatment and progress of the children with social, emotional and behaviour problems through collaborated approach involving effective behavioural and educational intervention.
Isolated Primary Tuberculosis Of The Sigmoid Colon : A Case Report published in

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Ibanda P Syiemlieh, L Sunil Singh, S Ranita Devi, Gs Moirangthem Tuberculosis of the sigmoid colon is a rare disorder. Intestinal tuberculosis is most frequent in the ileocecal area. In the absence of pulmonary or ileocecal involvement, colonic tuberculosis may be difficult to differentiate from neoplasm or Crohn’s disease by symptomatic, radiological and endoscopically means. Hence, we report a case of intestinal tuberculosis in the sigmoid colon, which is rare and was mistaken for colonic cancer during colonoscopy, with non-specific results on biopsy. The diagnosis was finally made when the histopathology report was received.
A Study to Evaluate use of Facebook as an Educational Tool in Dentistry published in

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Navdeep Kaur Sodhi, Kamalpreet Kaur, Dilawarjit Kaur Background: Social networking sites are quickly becoming ubiquitous online. Most popular of these websites are Facebook, Bebo and Myspace. Incorporation of these networks is a relatively new addition to higher education, involving blending of formal and informal learning. Aim and objectives: To investigate views and attitude of dental professionals regarding use of facebook as an educational tool in dental profession. Materials and Method: A total of 800 dental professionals were enrolled using a self administered questionnaire. The questionnaire comprised of nine questions regarding use of facebook in daily life and its use as an educational tool in dental profession. Data collected was put to statistical analysis using SPSS version 16.0. Results: It was observed that greater percentage of participants were in favor of using facebook as a tool for educational purposes in dentistry. Although higher percentage of participants reported advantages of facebook but pitfalls were also mentioned by some professionals, which could not be kept aside. Conclusion: Facebook may be used for pedagogical support to enhance student learning. It has many advantages as an educational tool but pitfalls and negative effects should also be kept in mind. It would be interesting to analyze impact of social networks on students learning and other aspects of education.
CONDITION MONITORING AND DYNAMIC BALANCING OF A HOT AIR CIRCULATION BLOWER BY VIBRATION TOOL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Chebolu Rohini Kumar * , Satish Pujari Over the years machinery health management has become vital part of the plant operation. Earlier day’s machinery maintenance is only focused on reactive maintenance. In later stages, Vibration Monitoring is a critical component of any Predictive Maintenance (PdM) Practices. Vibration Monitoring and sub sequent analysis has helped in identifying an earlier consequence of breakdowns. [1]The idea of performing Predictive Maintenance to perform maintenance on the machines they exhibit signs of mechanical failure has become known as Condition Based Maintenanc e (CBM). Condition Based Monitoring System (CBMS) is proven technology to be less costly than the failure. A simple Consequence of Failure Analysis (CFA) is made to justify preventive maintenance activities. This evolutionary process of machinery maintenan ce has allowed the maintenance operation to more “Proactive” than reactive in their maintenance tasking. This paper pertains on a Main Circulation Blower which extremely critical for their production. We have observed the machinery health condition based o n vibration measurements and vibration analysis which really helped us in identifying a failure sequence. In - situ dynamic balancing of main circulation blower ,which focuses the importance vibration analysis to reduce the induced vibrations from unbalance forces and Significant reduction in the vibration levels and which increased the machinery availability for production.
Optimization and Validation of RP-HPLC-UV/VIS Method for Determination Some Antioxidants in Dry Calyces of Iraqi Hibiscus Sabdraffia Linn published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Sarah K. Ibrahim* Kareem D. Khalaf* A new (Reversed Phase- High Performance Liquid chromatography) RP-HPLC method with Ultraviolet-Visible spectrophotometry has been optimized and validated for the simultaneous extraction and determination of antioxidants present in Iraqi calyces of Hibiscus Sabdraffia Linn. The method is based on using ultrasonic bath for extracting antioxidants. Limit of detection in µg/ml of Vitamin C, Sabdaretine, Gossypetine, Hibiscetine, Anthocyanins, Dephinidin-3-glucoside were113.8294×10-6,123.0453×10-6,70.3681×10-6,59.6730×10-6,148.1710×10-6,and125.3481×10-6 respectively. The concentration of antioxidants found in dry spacemen of calyces of Iraqi Hibiscus Sabdraffia Linn. under study: Vitamin C, Sabdaretine, Gossypetine, Hibiscetine, Anthocyanins, and Dephinidin-3-glucoside are 258.3 µg/g, 225.51 µg/g, 154.975 µg/g, 111.407 µg/g, 439.442 µg/g, and 185.729 µg/g respectively.
Biology of Actia monticola Mall (Diptera: Tachinidae), an internal larval parasitoid of Tarache notabilis (Walker) (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Nilam Shendage, Dr. T. V. Sathe Actia monticola Mall (Diptera: Tachinidae) is an internal larval parasitoid of cotton semilooper Tarache notabilis (Walker) (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera). The parasitoid completed its life cycle within 14 days at laboratory conditions (25±1oC, 65-70% R.H., 14 hr photoperiod). Incubation period was 2-3 days, larval period was 6 days and pupal period was 6 days. Adults survived for 15 days and 17 days in males and females respectively. A. monticola is good biocontrol agent of T. notabilis. The present work will be helpful for mass rearing of A. monticola and further its utility in biological control programmes.
The Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects published in

Basic Research Journal of Education Research and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Uche S This paper looked at the role of education in the development of a nation, noting among others that education enables people to be good citizens. It therefore saw the need for a qualitative education in Nigeria as such education is what empowers its recipients to be useful members of the society and prepares them for success in life. The paper traced educational development in Nigeria from Independence to the launching of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) in September 1999. The UBE was launched in Nigeria to address the problems that brought about the failures of the previous educational policies and programmes that existed before it. The aim was to address the agitations and yearnings of the Nigerian people for an educational system that would be more relevant to the socio-economic, political and cultural background of the country. However, the UBE itself is also being bedeviled by a lot of problems. The paper examines these problems and considers the benefits of proper implementation of the UBE programme. Suggestions were made for a way forward. Keywords: Education, UBE Programme, Problems, Prospects.
Biodegradation pattern of polyphenols released during husk retting in different bacterial isolates in vitro published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
J.K. RESHMA, V. SALOM GNANA THANGA AND ANU MATHEW Phenol and its derivatives are known as major organic pollutants. Despite their often unusual structure only few of these compounds appear to cause environmental problems due to incomplete degradation. Certain efficient microorganisms make use of these organic pollutants for their growth and functioning of cellular process by electron transport mechanisms and help in transformation of otherwise stable end products. Since microbes have the potential to degrade phenolic compounds, and considering the toxicity of phenols, several studies have been focused in this aspect. The present study is aimed to analyze the competency of degrading capacities in ten microbial strains in different time intervals and to determine the most efficient strain capable of surviving in harsh or polluted environment.
Role Stress Among Rural and Urban High School Teachers of Western Uttar Pradesh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Prem Pal Singh, Dr. Rajive Kumar This study attempts to assess the Role Stess among Rural and Urban High School Teachers of Western Uttar Pradesh. A sample of 300 teachers was randomly selected from different Govt. Aided Schools of Western Uttar Pradesh. They were administered Role/Occupational Stress Questionnaire developed by By Samuel H. Osipow and Arnold R. Spokane. It was constructed around six dimensions of Role Stress. Mean, S.D.,and t-test were used to analyze the data. Results show that the ural and Urban high school teachers differed significantly on total role stess and its dimensions role insufficiency, role ambiguity and responsibility. Rural teachers were found to be more stressed than urban teachers on role stress and its dimensions role insufficiency, role ambiguity and responsibility.
Public Perception on Forensic Science and Its Importance published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

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Pradeep Loyed Martis and Don Caeiro A study was conducted in order to evaluate awareness about forensic science among general public. For this study 50 Individuals were interviewed and their opinions were recording against different parameters to define their knowledge about the field of forensics. According to the study conducted, majority of the public are not aware of the use of forensic science and its importance in crime investigation. The maximum number of respondents i.e. 52% said that they have come to know about forensic science through movies and serials. The most of the respondents i.e. 50% feel that forensic science is mainly used in police department. Maximum number of respondents i.e. 52% feels that public needs awareness to improve the field of forensic science. Thus we can conclude that there is a lack of awareness among public regarding this field. Because of that lack of knowledge, the field of forensic science is not given much importance and value in the field of crime investigation and the public unintentionally disturb or distort the scene of crime and further disturb vital evidences that may be present.
A Study of Effectiveness of Inquiry Training Model In Learning of Some Topics of Economics of Standard-Xi in Context to Educational Achivements published in

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Impact of Colposcopy-Guided Treatment of Recurrent Genital Warts on Patient's Quality of Life. published in

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Anahita Nazempour,Neda asattarnejhad,Negar Yahyazade,Reza Mohammadian,Mohammad Asghari,Laaya Firozan,Ali Tarighatnia,Hasan Shahrokhi Introduction: Genital warts (GWs),due to association with increased cervical cancer risk and high recurrence rate,have deteriorating impacts on patient's quality of life (QOL). We investigated effects of colposcopy-guided cauterization of recurrent GWs on patient's QOL. Methods& Materials: Women who were referred to our clinic with recurrent GWs were included. Colposcopic impression of cervix were evaluated and pap smear and colposcopic biopsy (if applicable) were taken. Apparent GWs were cauterized using a silver nitrate (SN) pencil under direct visual inspection. A standard QOLquestionnaire (WHOQOL-BREF) were filled by each individual before and 6-month after treatment. Results: Finally, 169 women with recurrent GWs and mean age of 35.78±8.82 years were included. Majority (90.5%) of cases hadn't previous history of GWs before last 6 months. Mean scores of QOL questionnaires in all assessed domains had improved considerably, after a 6-month follow up (P<0.001). No significant SN-related side effect was reported. No recurrence was detected during follow up period. Conclusion:Cauterization of recurrent GWs, using SN pencils, by direct visual inspection improved patient's QOL, remarkably. Reducing treatment duration and number of visits, decreasing recurrence rate and cost of treatment can be the main factors of this finding.
Dimension of semiconductor specific resistance by fourthprobes method published in

Zbirnik naukovih prac’ fiziko-matematicnogo fakul’tetu DDPU

Published by Donbas State Pedagogical University, Department of Physics and Mathematics
Olhova A.S., Nadtochy V.O., Ukolov O.I. Methodology of dimension and calculation of semiconductor specific resistance for what contacts with surface without discharge’s carrier injection in volume are searched in the article. Formulas of resistance calculation of volum crystalls and thin plates which used for integral diagrams are cited.
Assessing the determinants of net profit from the enterprises in West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
K. PRADHAN, P. TALUKDAR AND D. ROY In such a research niche wherein rural entrepreneurship is the need of the hour, the present study has undertaken to analyse the socio-psychological, socio-personal and communication related determinants of the net profit from the rural enterprise which directly contribute to the rural entrepreneurship development and management. The present study was conducted in Cooch Behar district of West Bengal. Purposive, multistage and random sampling procedures were followed for to select the respondents. The net profit from the rural enterprises is considered as the consequent variable for the study and the sixteen other variables were considered as antecedent variables for the study. The data were collected with the help of structured interview schedule through personal interview method. The collected data were processed into statistical analyses like coefficient of correlation, multiple regression and factor analysis. The variables annual income, land holding, material possession, house type, management orientation, risk orientation and social participation are positively and significantly associated with the net profit from the rural enterprises. The variable family size is negatively and significantly and the variable annual income is positively and significantly contributing towards characterizing the net profit from the enterprise. The sixteen predictor variables put together have explained 37.30 per cent variation embedded with the predicted variable, net profit from the rural enterprises. The five factors namely economic and social competency, family and farm interaction, educational exposure, capacity orientation and personal trait are identified which reflect the conglomeration of predictor variables in explaining the variations embedded with the net profit from the enterprises.
GENESIS OF UKRAINIAN BUILDING COMPANIES’ MARKETING ACTIVITY 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�
Selezneva Olga The subject of research is theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of the genesis of Ukrainian construction enterprises’ marketing activity; The purpose of the study is to determine the genesis of Ukrainian construction enterprises’ marketing activity, use of achievements which will contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of construction business entities; Methods: monographic, historical, generalization, classification; This article explores the genesis of Ukrainian construction enterprises’ marketing activity; stated prerequisites origin of marketing activities in Ukraine; the basic stages of formation and establishment of domestic construction companies marketing activity are explored; The model of the genesis stages of marketing of construction enterprises in Ukraine; Field of results use - building enterprises’ marketing activities; Use of the achievements of formation and development of construction companies’ marketing activities will contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of building businesses in Ukraine.
Strategies to Retain Teachers in Engineering Colleges: Probable Causes and Possible Solutions published in

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Dr. T. Shalini Rani, Dr. T. Manvel Raj This study addressed the link between policies and practices related to teaching staff and sustaining and improving standards in higher education in India. Evidence from the literature has indicated that teaching is increasingly being given less priority in comparison with research in higher education. The total number of questionnaires mailed was 100, with a nearly equal distribution between Lecturers (51) and Professors (49). The number of instruments returned was 58, of which 56 were usable. Twenty-four responses were returned by the Professors (47%) and 32 were received from Lecturers (61%). It is clear from the above data of this study, in higher education institutions; there is no panacea to cope with the diversity of staffing required in higher education. Some institutions are more seriously affected than others by factors outside the higher education sector, such as location and competition in terms of pay and alternative conditions. The higher education sector frequently has few appraisals, mentoring, or career guidance schemes that are helpful to teaching staff. A number of stresses were identified in relation to teaching staff in higher education. The main report summarizes the evidence and emerging issues concerning recruitment, retention, and promotion of teaching staff in higher education.
INNOVATION PROJECTS MANAGERS PERCEPTION AND ASSESSMENT OF RISKS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gennady Vasilyevich Kovalenko; Olga Vladimirovna Kolosova The problem of the innovative projects managers’ perception of risk is discussed. The results of innovation projects’ risks assessment by their managers compared with the estimate given by small business entrepreneurs to their projects are analyzed. The underestimation of market risks by the leaders of innovative projects including consumers’ solvency, competition and price volatility is presented. The causes of discrepancies between theoretical assumptions about the high riskiness of innovative projects and its evaluation by managers in practice are debated.
Learners with Learning Disabilities in Inclusive Education Programs in Nigeria: Intervention Techniques that Work published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Eskay, M., Ezegbe, B.N., Okolo, A. N. One of the greatest challenges facing educators in this 21st century is managing learners with learning disabilities in inclusive settings. Educators are unsure of adequate approaches to implement in the classroom, parents are at a loss when it comes to managing their children at home, and children have a difficult time understanding and controlling their own behavior. Research within this area has been profound since 1960s. Currently, according to DuPaul & Barkley (1998), urban learners in inclusive education programs in Nigeria appear to be the most widely studied issue. This paper presents an overview of learning disabilities affecting the education of our learners and examines social, academic, and classroom management techniques.
Strength and Durability of Concrete Using Steel Slag as a Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate in Concrete published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
K.Thangaselvi Assistant Professor, SCAD College of Engineering and Technology, Cheranmahadevi, Tamil Nadu, India. Global warming and environment destruction have become the major issue in recent years. Emission of green house gases from industries has impact on climate change. Preventing the depletion of natural resources and enhancing the usage of waste materials has become a challenge to the scientist and engineers. A number of studies have been conducted concerning the protection of natural resources, prevention of environmental pollution and contribution to the economy by using this waste material. The major byproducts of industry are slag. To solve the problem in effective manner slag is use in concrete by replacing natural coarse aggregate. In this study, the replacement was done with coarse aggregate by steel slag for different proportions of 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and for a M40 grade of concrete is used for a water cement ratio of 0.40.Tests on compressive strength, split tensile strength, flexural strength at 7 days and 28 days are conducted on specimens. The optimum strength is obtained on 60% replacement of coarse aggregate bysteel slag.
Spirituality and Job Satisfaction Among I T Personnel In Bengaluru published in

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Kamala H, Jayasankara Reddy. K Pargament (1997) defines spirituality as a "search for the sacred". According to this definition "Search" incorporates functional view of religion and spirituality. "Sacred" refers to the special substance of search that distinguishes religion and spirituality from other life domains. Present study tries to disclose the level of Organizational Role Stress and Stress Coping Strategies of academic staff serving in first grade colleges of Karnataka. It was hypothesized that there will be a significant difference among the staff in Organizational Role Stress and Stress Coping Strategies based on the demographic variables- Gender and location of organization. 300 teachers were involved in present study following a random purposive sample. The Organizational Role Stress Scale and Brief COPE are used. Following the keys and norms scoring is done. Through applying appropriate statistical techniques results will be analyzed and discussed.
A NOVEL ECOFRIENDLY SYNTHESIS OF CHALCONES AND COMPARATIVE CYTOTOXIC STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajeshbabu. KA, Naveenkumarb and Dr. V.Madhavaraoa* Few chalcones are synthesized from substituted aceto phenones and substituted aryl aldehydes in presence of an efficient, ecofriendly and recyclable catalyst i.e.;- Aqs [Zn/L-Pipiridine -2-oic acid]? under reflux condition. Progress of the reaction was monitored by TLC. Obtained chalcones were characterized from I.R., HNMR and mass spectral data. Synthesized compounds were screened for comparative study of cytotoxic analysis.
STUDY OF DRESS PERCENTAGE AND RELATIVE WEIGHTS OF CARCASS PARTS IN VARIOUS AGES OF JAPANESE QUAIL IN IRAQ. published in

Diyala Agricultural Sciences Journal

Published by College of Agriculture - University of Diyala
K. H. Hassan Ahmad A. Ahmad Thana A. Dawood Noor K. Fadil ABSTRACT This study was conducted in Animal Resources Dept. – College of Agriculture – University of Diyala during the period 1 Feb. to 8 April 2013 , aimed to determine dress percentage , some relative weight of carcass parts( include breast , thigh and back ) , some vital organs( heart , liver ) at various ages in Japanese quail in Iraq. The study use 100 one day old chicks , the study slaughtered random sample of them consist of 70 birds , as 20 , 20 , 15 , 15 birds in 4 , 6 , 8 , 10 week of age respectively , and the measurements taken in each age and the correlation coefficients were calculated among the various measurements . The results indicated that, the age has highly significant effect in body weight , carcass weight , intestine length , also there was significant effect of age in thigh weight . The sex has significant effect in body weight , dress percentage , intestine length , liver weight , back weight , there were highly significant effect of the interaction between age and sex in body weight and carcass weight , while there was significant effect of this interaction in relative weight of liver. There were highly significant correlation coefficients among all measurements included in the study. Key words: Japanese quail , dress percentage , carcass parts , vital organs . Diyala Agricultural Sciences Journal,5(2):92-103 . (2013)
CHOLESTEROL, BIOMARKERS AND CANCER THERAPY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pratibha Kamble *, Sameer Kulkarni, Matadeen Mishra and Dayanand A.Bhiwgade Background: Cytotoxic agents contributes an remarkable therapautic features and has a fundamental importance in current cancer chemotherapy. The therapy focuses mainly on minimizing cytotoxicity and therapautic potential of these drugs is dependent on cellular status. Results: Rats administered with 0.4 mg/kg bodywt ip cisplatin daily for 8 weeks showed significant increase in Liver cholesterol content compared to control group however, etoposide therapy at 1mg/kg bodywt ip daily for 8 weeks to rats showed significant decrease in liver cholesterol levels. The cisplatin and etoposide treated kidney showed significant decrease compared to control rats. Antineoplastic agent adriamycin at 1mg/kg bodywt to rats ip, three doses per week and total of 12 doses showed significant changes in body weight and organ weight. The biomarkers of kidney ?-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT), drug-metabolizing enzyme Cytochrome p450 & b5 and Lipid peroxidation (MDA content) showed significant decrease compared to control counterpart. However, Glutathione-S-Transferase (GST) activity showed significant increase compared to control rats. Conclusion: We hypothesize that at given dose Cisplatin and Etoposide can inhibit the cholesterol synthesis and might control an increase in tumor cell growth. Additionly, an increase in GST and decrease in GGT significant biomarker's of kidney can represent the extent of oxidative stress on the organ.
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.
A survey of postpartum psychiatric illness in eastern part of uttar pardesh India published in

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Dr Madhu Kumari, Dr Major Anjali Rani Postpartum psychiatric disorder is very sad experience for mother, family and society. Its wide range of presentation in patient from postpartum blues to schizophrenia making this disease of so much concern. It’s overall incidence is 15-20%. Pregnancy related anxiety, sudden withdrawal of hormones, past history of psychiatric illness,marital conflict,unexpected complication during pregnancy all are risk factors for postpartum depression.In our cross-sectional study we have taken history of 200 patients. Out of 200 patients 35 patients were having symptoms of postpartum blues, 13 patients having symptoms of postpartum depression and 2 cases of schizophrenia.Postpartum psychosis is public health problem as it affects not only patients but also child, partner and other family members. Schizophrenic mother may kill her own child or self harm by suicide. Considering its effect on health and society, risk assessment and timely intervention should be considered.
Phyto constituents: An analysis of cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) leaf extracts published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.K. DHANALAXMI AND JYOTIV.VASTRAD Leaf of cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum) commonly known as cinnamon or ceylon cinnamon was collected and extracted in 50ml of solvent i.e., ethanol, methanol and aqueous, respectively. Yield of all the supernatents were measured and preliminary test for the presence of phytochemicals such as alkaloids, flavonoids, saponin, terpenoids, phenolic acid and tannins was carried out. Total phenols of all the extracts was estimated using Folic-Ciocaltue reagent with gallic acid as the reference standard. Study revealed that aqueous extracts produced more yield and high total phenols than methanol followed by ethanol. However, the phytochemical screening indicated the presence of all the phenolic compounds in leaf extracts. The extracts can further be utilized for antimicrobial activity that can later fetch utility as ecofriendly finishes.
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.
Cloud Security and Data Integrity with Client Accountability Framework published in

ACEEE International Journal on Network Security

Published by ACEEE
Prema Mani, Theresa Jose, Janahanlal Stephen The Cloud based services provide much efficient and seamless ways for data sharing across the cloud. The fact that the data owners no longer possess data makes it very difficult to assure data confidentiality and to enable secure data sharing in the cloud. Despite of all its advantages this will remain a major limitation that acts as a barrier to the wider deployment of cloud based services. One of the possible ways for ensuring trust in this aspect is the introduction of accountability feature in the cloud computing scenario. The Cloud framework requires promotion of distributed accountability for such dynamic environment[1]. In some works, there‘s an accountable framework suggested to ensure distributed accountability for data sharing by the generation of only a log of data access, but without any embedded feedback mechanism for owner permission towards data protection[2].The proposed system is an enhanced client accountability framework which provides an additional client side verification for each access towards enhanced security of data. The integrity of content of data which resides in the cloud service provider is also maintained by secured outsourcing. Besides, the authentication of JAR(Java Archive) files are done to ensure file protection and to maintain a safer environment for data sharing. The analysis of various functionalities of the framework depicts both the accountability and security feature in an efficient manner.
THE PROVISION OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 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�
Kliauze Veniadzikt Article is aimed to provide personal protective equipment. Purpose: Problems of the provision of personal protective equipment for workers are investigated in the article. Methodology: The article analyses the main economic indicators of the scope of occupational health and safety management. Mathematical methods of data analysis and processing are used. Results: The general problems of the provision of personal protective equipment for workers are considered. The issues of their employees are described. Application areas: State labour safety management system, organizations of all sectors of economy regardless of the form of ownership and kinds of economic activities. Practical implications: Approaches of elaboration norms for are proposed.
DRUG RESISTANCE AND BIOFILM FORMATION OF ACINETOBACTER BAUMANII ISOLATED FROM INTENSIVE CARE UNITS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mamatha. C* and Dr. J. Vimalin Hena** A. baumanii was not given much importance until recently when it started emerging as a serious threat in hospitals all over the world. Development of multiple drug resistance and ability to form extensive biofilms is considered as the major reasons behind this emergence. Hence it is the need of the hour to understand more about this ability exhibited by this pathogen. This study was designed with this aim in focus. Here the organism was isolated from the patients admitted in ICU and was identified by its phenotypic characterization and the antibiotic sensitivity testing was done by Kirby Bauer method. Further the biofilm forming ability of the organism was checked by growth on Congo red agar and by tube method and then the extend of bio film formation was checked on b oth plastic and glass tube. All the strains Isolated had the ability to form biofilms and were resistant to almost all the antibiotics tested. Plasti c tube supported the formation of biofilms more than glass test tubes.
Capacidad de autocuidado en pacientes diabéticos que asisten a consulta externa. Sincelejo, Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Astrid Contreras Orozco; Adriana Contreras Machado; Candelaria Hernández Bohórquez; María Teresa Castro Balmaceda; Linda Lucía Navarro Palmett Introduction: the main goal of this study was to determinate the self-care capacity of diabetic patients attending the external consultation of a Public Health-care provider Institution of Sincelejo. Methods: this was a descriptive cross-sectional design. The sample consisted of 27 patients selected by a simple random sampling. It was applied the Appraisal of Self-care Agency Scale which includes four categories: very low, low, regular and good self-care capacity. Results: the age of the patients ranged from 45 to 75 years, 81.48% of them dedicates to household work and informal jobs. The 88.9% was in the regular category of self-care capacity, with a predominance of the latter in each of the dimensions, with means between 2.70 to 3.33, and was found marked deficiencies in the areas of activity and rest, personal welfare and modification of feeding habits. Conclusions: difficulties were evident in aspects related to social support, personal welfare, exercise, educational support, food consumption and facing of problematic situations; so it is necessary to implement integral care models to improve the health staff interaction with patients and strengthen the self-care capacity.
SYNTHESIS, GROWTH AND CHARACTERIZATION OF L-PROLINE DOPED POTASSIUMDIHYDROGEN PHOSPHATE (LPKDP) CRYSTALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M. Porchelvi*, R. Rajasekaran A nonlinear optical crystal of LPKDP crystal was grown at room temperature by slow evaporation technique. The size of the grown crystal is 11*7*2 mm3 at a growth rate of 0.55m/day. The single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis has been carried out to find the lattice parameters and powder x-Ray diffraction patterns has been recorded and indexed for the analysis of crystalline nature of the grown material. The FTIR spectrum of LPKDP crystal confirms the presence of functional groups. The Second Harmonic Generation efficiencies predict the non-linear property of the sample. Laser damage threshold study confirms the superiority of this crystal over conventional laser materials. Micro hardness studies of the grown crystal shows that as load increases, the hardness value also increases. The transparent nature of the material was confirmed by UV spectrum which is taken around 100-1100 nm.
ABOUT SOME FEATURES OF BURNING FLAME published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Nurlan Syrymbayevich Karymsakov; Polatbek Kaldibaevich Seytpanov; Murat Musabekovich Bekmuratov; Seisenbek Zaurbekovich Kazakbaev The article examines the features of the theory, mathematical models and experimental data of process of burning gas.
MEASURING THE E-BUSINESS ACTIVITIES OF SMEs IN YEMEN published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ahmed Abdullah, ProfessorBrychan Thomas, Dr Stuart Metcalfe This paper aims to measure the e-business adoption activities in Yemeni SMEs as well as investigate the benefit and barriers of using e-business in SMEs in developing countries such as Yemen. The paper employed a mixed method (quantitative and qualitative) case approach. The paper integrated different methods in order to facilitate a deep understanding of the adoption level of e-business in SMEsin. Firstly, semi-structured interviews conducted with SMEs’ managers. Secondly, a survey questionnaire used to generalise and verify the findings from stage 1 to the SEMs population. . About (23.5%) of SMEs have employees between 1-9 and (76.5%) of SMEs have employees between 10 and 49, therefore the majority of them were medium firms. In addition, about 51% of the SMEs have been established for 10 years and below, and 49% were above10 years. The results indicate that the Yemeni SMEs are at the early stages of e-business adoption. It also indicates factors that deter Yemeni SMEs from the adoption of E-business. Keywords: e-Business, e-commerce, Measurement Evolution Model, SMEs and Yemen.
Business strategies in Telecom sector: A case of Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. published in

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Dr. Vaishali Rahate, Prof. Parvin Shaikh India has immense opportunities for telecom operators and is one of the best markets for telecom business. However it is equally fraught with challenges like Intense competition ,Infrastructure requirement & Rigorous Regulatory framework (License fees, Spectrum allocation & auction etc.) The case traces the series of events which led to the formation of RJio Infocomm and also elaborates about the various strategic initiatives by Mr.Mukesh Ambani,CMD RIL to ensure a successful reentry in the sector. This case presents a brief overview of the decision making dynamics of the CMD, for making a comeback in Telecom sector and also gives an opportunity for further discussion on the future strategies of RIL.
Managing People of an Organization Through Talent Management: A Factor Analysis Approach published in

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Dr. Pratapsinh Chauhan, Ms. Kinjal Bhatt Liberalization of the Insurance sector has allowed the foreign players to enter the market with their Indian partners. Most of the foreign Insurers have joined within the local market. India offers immense possibilities to foreign Insurers since it is the world's most populous country having over a billion people.Private and Foreign entrants in the Insurance Industry made others difficult to retain their market. Higher customer aspirations lead to new expectations and compel him to move towards the insurer who provides him the best service in time. It becomes less viable for them even to maintain the functional networks or competitive standards and services. To survive in the Industry they analyze, the emerging requirements of the policyholders / insurers and they are in the forefront in providing essential services and introducing novel products.Talent Management refers to the process of developing and integrating new workers, developing and keeping current workers and attracting highly skilled workers to work for company.Talent management is considered to be an important way of ensuring that HRM becomes a central component of a business’s strategy and is integrated into the everyday processes throughout an organization, from the practices of the HR department and line managers to those of senior management. The objective of current study is to identify factors which are affecting Talent Management activities. The data is collected from the people who are working in the private sector insurance companies of Gujarat. Factor analysis is used as a tool of analysis.
A Study on the Relationship Between Problem Solving Ability and Workingmemory of Secondary School Students. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Mrs . D. Hemalatha Kalaimathi This study is an attempt to findout the relationship between Problem solving ability and Working Memory of Secondary School students . Hence this study is concerned with secondary School students, ninety students of standard VIII were selected as sample. Tools used were Working memory- sentence span ,Real Life Problems A to Z developed by the investigator and Academic performance scores were collected from their class teachers. Responses were received and analyzed through SPSS 15.0. Descriptive analysis, relational analysis and differential analysis were used. Results showed significantly positive relationship exist between Problem solving ability and Working Memory of Secondary School students.
SAT4BSC: A Static Analysis Tool for BPEL Source Codes? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Esubalew Alemneh, Abdul Azim Abd Ghani, Rodziah Atan? Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) is Extensible Markup Language (XML) based language for describing the logic to orchestrate the interaction between Web services in a business process. Even though it is fairly new language it is getting popularity in various software industries and research environments. The emphasis of recent researches and developments on web services and on BPEL has been in their architecture and interface. However, the work regarding to tool support especially to compute the metrics and to draw control flow graph (CFG) is in its infant stage. Provision of tools to reckon measures has multitude of benefits. CFG is essential tool to analyze various properties of a source code and it is also useful for software testing, software measure, and software maintenance. In this research we have developed a static analysis tool which is dedicated to compute all available BPEL 2.0 metrics and draw CFG of its source code. The tool has been evaluated by various BPEL process source codes obtained from the languages specifications and from other research papers. The test shows that the tool can compute the metrics and draw the CFG effectively and efficiently.
A Physico-Chemical Assessment of the Naljhara River, A Split Channel of River Manas, in Barpeta District of Assam, India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Sadananda Nath, Prasanta Kumar Saikia The present study was planned to show the seasonal variations of physico-chemical parameters of Naljhara River, a split channel of river Manas, considering the importance of its coldwater fisheries and to ascertain the status of a freshwater river in an agricultural catchment. The study was carried out for a period of twelve months, from March, 2010 to February, 2011. Water samples were analyzed seasonally at four different sampling sites to monitor the characteristics of various important water parameters such as water temperature, depth, water velocity, turbidity, conductance, pH, total dissolved solids, dissolved oxygen, free CO2 , alkalinity, hardness and chloride. The physico-chemical parameters of the river water were found within the safe limits for different fisheries particularly in the monsoon season in comparison to the other seasons.
Asymmetry of Morphometric Measurements in Infra Orbital Foramen of Adult Dry Skulls published in

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Dr. M. Sasirekha, Lavanya. J Aim: To Analyse the Morphometric measurements and the Asymmetry of Infra orbital foramen in adult dry skulls. Methodology: The study carried out measuring skulls for the Infra orbital foramen (IOF) for its shape, direction and distance between IOF and Infra Orbital Margin using visual observation. The Asymmetry Index was calculated for each Parameter using the specific formula. Results: From the results, it can be suggested that variation in shape was presented to be in more proportion on the right side with oval shape though statistically not significant. For the direction it can be suggested that infero-medial shape to be in more proportion in the both sides which was statistically significant. The distance was presented to be 6.8mm and 6.9mm for right and left side respectively with no significant difference between right and left side. On analysing the asymmetry of the shape, direction and distance it was observed that asymmetry index was high for circular shape, Medial direction and IOF – IOM measurement. Conclusion: Thus results may help the professionals specially Surgeons, Anaesthetists and Dentist to be aware of craniofacial asymmetry to have a successful clinical practice
Transformer Noise published in

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Hitesh Paghadar, Dr. R. A. Kantaria Transformer is the main equipment in the Transmission and Distribution system. It produces humming noise during its normal operation. The noise produced by transformers and the complaints arising there from have become a major problem as a result of the trend toward locating power substations in or near residential areas. Core, winding and cooling equipments are the major sources of transformer noise. Magnetostriction in transformer core gives the major significant effect in noise generation. Generated noise is transferred to tank and radiates in the atmosphere. Standards IEEE, IES & NEMA TR-1 for noise measurement procedure, it depends on the distance between the measuring surface and noise radiating surface by using of noise level meter.
Aesthetics Review of Seyfe Farghani’s Lyrics published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Shiva Mottahed The aesthetics of Persian language is the analysis of poems' figures of speech. When we are analyzing the diction of Persian poems, we find similes, metaphors, allusions, synecdoches and symbols or when we are speaking of the secondary objective of the poet or even we talk about the prosodic meter of a poetry; all are aesthetic analysis of Persian language. Seyfe Farghani is one of the greatest poets in Persian language, but his coincide with the great, Saadi, and his immigration to Minor Asia, were the causes of his remaining unknown; he has been not known as he should be in spite of his wits and harmonious lyrics. Therefore, this research has analyzed the structural aesthetics of Seyfe Farghani’s lyrics, figures of speech and sensibility. This article also indicate the influence of Saadi Shirazi on this witty poet in 7 A.H.
STUDY OF INCONGRUENT UPSHOT OF ERYTHROCYTE & ITS RELEVANCES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Om Bagade?, Poonam Mane, Rani Dhole, Jyoti Gholave and Poonam Pote Erythrocytes are the Red Blood Cells, color is due to the heme group of hemoglobin. The size of erythrocytes varies widely among vertebrate species. The development of RBC takes place in bone marrow. Life span is approximately 120 days, Erythropoiesis is the development of erythrocytes. The membrane perturbation, electroencapsulation, hypo osmotic lysis, lipid fusion endocytosis, these are the ways for the drug loading in erythrocytes. Drug content, osmotic fragility, osmotic shock, turbulence shock and in-vitro drug release are the evaluation parameter for it. These methods are effective for insertion of low molecular weight drug but it has very less % entrapment efficiency. These drug loaded erythrocytes having large number of biological and biomedical applications. The concept of employing erythrocytes as drug or bioactive carrier could surely find the cancer’s cure. Genetic engineering aspects can be coupled to give a newer dimension to the existing cellular drug carrier concept that one can reached to the better drug delivery to get maximum effective concentration i.e more quantity of bioavailable drug in the blood to get desire biological activity.
A Study on Intestinal Pathogens in Diarrheal Patients published in

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Sreeja Vamshi,Dr. Sreekanth Basireddy,Dr. Manisha Singh Diarrhea is one of the most common complaints in any hospital and continues to be a common cause for mortality and morbidity. The changing epidemiology and unpredictable resistance patterns of the infectious agents have made the stool examination more important than ever. In the present study, a total of 319 stool samples were observed for both parasitic and bacterial etiology. Parasites were found in 7.8% of the samples with nematodes predominating (75%). Bacterial pathogens were observed in 11.5% of the samples. Shigella was the most common bacterial isolate accounting to nearly half of the total bacterial isolates(48.6%) followed by Vibrio cholera (29.7%). Shigella was resistant to ampicillin (100%) and co-trimoxazole (83%) and ceftriaxone (44%). All the vibrio cholera isolates were resistant to co-trimoxazole (100%). Thus, the proper identification of etiology and their drug resistance patterns will help the clinician in selecting the appropriate treatment.
Adsorption of nickel using low cost materials as adsorbents published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K.V. MANJUNATH AND N.T. MANJUNATH Wastewater from industries must ultimately be return to the receiving bodies or to the land. In these wastewaters metals may be present in both soluble and insoluble forms. The concentration of metals must be reduced to acceptable levels before discharging them into environment. Otherwise these could pose threats to public health and may also affect aesthetic quality of receiving bodies. The removal of nickel from aqueous solution by economically feasible adsorbents was investigated, as a part of research work and presented in this paper. The effects of flow rate (contact time) initial concentration of metal ions (Co) for its removal on the adsorbents viz., coconut husk, saw dust and sugar cane leaves have been studied at pH of 4.0. Maximum and minimum removal efficiency under optimum conditions of experimentations were recorded with coconut husk and sugar cane leaves, respectively
BUDGET EXPENDITURE FORMATION IN THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Chugunov Igor, Ihnatiuk Iryna The subject of research is the theoretical and practical issues of planning expenditures in terms of economic transformation. The article purpose is the disclosure of formation of expenditures as an instrument of influence on socioeconomic development. Research methods. In this paper is used a set of scientific methods and approaches, including systemic, structural, comparative, factorial methods that allowed to realize conceptual integrity of the study. Results of work. Paper discloses the economic essence of the formation of budget expenditures as a component of the budget management of socio-economic development, which consists in the application of tools set of budget resources, including the definition of objectives and directions of social development, the innovative objectives of economic growth, predictive indicator of budgetary allocations, the relationship of the main functions and tasks of program activities of the budget process, public financial control and evaluation of budget funds that will contribute to strengthening the dynamic balance of the budget system, justification of budget planning, raising efficiency of budget spending and the budget programs. Are improved the approaches to the formation of quality of performance indicators for budget programs in order to establish the degree of achievement of targets, goals, tasks that will allow to strengthen relationship between the financial resources used and results, improve appropriate management decisions in planning the budget. We got the further development of methodological principles of perspective forecasting and strategic planning of budget expenditures based on their impact on the dynamics of socio-economic indicators and trends of social development. Generalized and systematized experience of planning and execution of the budget expenditure in countries with developed and transitional economies. Scope of results. Budget expenditures. Formation of expenditures in the financial system and economic regulation. Conclusions. Budgetary expenditures are an important instrument of macroeconomic policy, with their help, the government has the ability to influence the allocation of financial resources, employment, price level, the structure of social production and social transformation. Improving the efficiency of public spending requires compliance with a number of macroeconomic conditions, including balanced budget of planning budget expenditures considering policy priorities of socio-economic development, the expansion of the powers of financial managers, recipients of budget funds while strengthening accountability of managers for the institutions achievement of budget programs. The set of performance indicators achieved, corresponding to the main goals and objectives of budget allocations made taking into account the volume of budget expenditures, efficiency of institutional transformation of the social environment of the economic substance of the efficiency of public spending as part of the system of state regulation of social and economic development.
The Human Brain and Information Science: Lessons from Popular Neuroscience published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

Published by International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
Paul Sturges Insights from the recent wealth of popular books on neuroscience are offered to suggest a strengthening of theory in information science. Information theory has traditionally neglected the human dimension in favour of ‘scientific’ theory often derived from the Shannon-Weaver model. Neuroscientists argue in excitingly fresh ways from the evidence of case studies, non-intrusive experimentation and the measurements that can be obtained from technologies that include electroencephalography, positron emission tomography (PET), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and magnetoencephalography (MEG). The way in which the findings of neuroscience intersect with ideas such as those of Kahneman on fast and slow thinking and Csikszentmihalyi on flow, is tentatively explored as lines of connection with information science. It is argued that the beginnings of a theoretical underpinning for current web-based information searching in relation to established information retrieval methods can be drawn from this.
Strategies for Development of Life Skills and Global Competencies published in

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Harsh Vardhan Singh, Dr. Manju Gera The contemporary education system till date emphasizes on and is obsessed with production of individuals who confirm. There is no place of rebels and they are thrown out of the system. Independent thinking is discouraged as against possibility and conformity. According to Sir Kenneth Robison, a typical educational institution (school) has in it all the qualities of a factory, there is a ball, there are separate subjects, separate facilities, children are educated by batches and by group. Education system is based on the model of mass production and conformity and views the ‘learners’ as a product of mechanical system. In addition to it Robison says, ‘As the whole idea was developed and conceived in the economic circumstances of the industrial revolution and was driven but the economic imperative of the time’. In perspective of ‘Indian Education system’, the view of vice- president Hamid Ansari in an article, “Rebuild skills of teachers- Depoliticize education: Vice President” (March 5, 2012), where he quotes the Yashpal Committee report which states that “We have followed policies of fragmenting our educational enterprises in to ‘cubicles’ and that ‘most instrumentalities’ of our education harm the potential of human mind for constructing and creating new knowledge”. There are voids and lacunae in the system due to which learner is being viewed just as a product of the system. Skills defined in terms of ability to assess a problem situation and find solution, ability to communicate effectively, having effective interpersonal skills, capacity for convergent and divergent thinking are not given due to importance. This paper deals with the Genesis of this problem of our education system and provides an account of the main approaches, evidence of the education system for application of life-skills. Helping students develop a perfect importance of life skills in light of modern global competency is elaborated in this paper. And of utmost importance this paper focuses on operationalizing Life Skills Education (LSE) and a roadmap for identifying resources for institutional design that develop life skills among students.
Study Of Science Teachers as Dimension of Psychological Stress Among Science Students published in

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Dr. Narendra Kumar This study attempts to assess theScience Teachers as dimension of psychological stress among senior secondary science students studying indifferent types of institutions.. A sample of 631 students was randomly selected from the schools recognized by different boards in Meerut province. They were administered Psychological Stress Scale for Science Students (PSSSS) developed by the researcher himself. Mean, S.D., F-test and t-test were used to analyze the data. Results show that male and female science students differedsignificantly on psychological stress dimension Science Teachers.Male science students were found to be more stressed than female science students. While no significant difference was observed between rural and urban science students on science teachers as psychological stress dimension. Further, Significant difference wasobserved among the students of diiferent types of institutions. Highest psychological stress due toScience Teacherswas found in the students of GAS and lowest in the students of KV
Statistical Modeling for Air and Water Pollution Awareness published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Packialakshmi P An investigation was carried out to study the Air and Water pollution awareness of the Arunachalapuram village belongs to Tirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu, India. This study revealed that awareness varies from one age group to another age group and their educational qualifications.
PARTICIPATION OF SMALLHOLDERS SCHEME IN EAST COASTMALAYSIA TOWARDS CATTLE INTEGRATION – OIL PALM PROJECT published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Mohammad Amizi A, Arina A,Izzaty Iqlima N,Hafiz Jamaluddin, Zul Ariff., AL, Che Fauziah Che Ishak, Norsida Mang, Assis Kamu The oil palm industry is one of the important pillars of the Malaysian economy and has generated and strengthened the country’s economy that is resilient to global economic changes. In the NKEA, agriculture focuses on transformation of the agriculture industry and one main aspect of the agenda is to encourage large scale cattle integration in oil palm plantation (NKEA, 2013). At present, total planted hectares of oil palm in Malaysia is 5.39 million hectares (MPOB, 2015). The sufficient land and availability and forages existing under the oil palm plantation can become cost free cattle feed. The cattle can benefit the industry, as it can contribute to soil fertility, reduce the weed population and thus, reduces labour cost associated with weeding. Oil palm-cattle integration is very encouraging and profitable and also the practice is highly recommended for oil palm owners. This study aims to investigate the participation of smallholder’s scheme on perception, inclination and repulsion factors in the implementation of the cattle integration project with oil palm. A survey method through a self-completion questionnaire was used in collecting the required data from the 69 respondents among the smallholder scheme throughout the Malaysia East- Coast in the participation level in cattle integration project with oil palm by using descriptive and inferential statistic. This study can conclude that the government intends to plan the strategy in encouraging and promoting the cattle integration project among the smallholder scheme. Keywords: Cattle Integration, Participation, Oil Palm, Smallholders.
Reallocation of Load in Nodes of Distributed File Systems published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Thushara Joy T, Sruthy Manmadhan Distributed file systems are the collection of nodes which does both computation and storage functions in terms of MapReduce programming paradigms. Each node contains files that are uniformly allocated. The nodes does not retain as the same as initial allocation. They can be upgraded, replaced, added according to the workload. Also the files in the node can be created, deleted and appended. Hence the load in the DFS gets imbalanced. To overcome this situation and to make uniformity among load in the nodes, a distributed approach is proposed. Since the centralised approach is insufficient.
Dielectric Behavior of Perovskite Barium Titanate and Barium Strontium Titanate Ceramics published in

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Narendra Singh Rawat, Manisha Chawla, Seema Rawat, M. Fahim Stoichiometric compositions [(Ba+Sr):Ti =1:1] of barium strontium titanate (Ba1-xSrxTiO3) (where molar concentration x = 0, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5 and 1.0) powders were prepared using a sol- gel technique via acetate method. The as-fired amorphous powders were annealed at 850oC to form nanocrystalline powders. These powders were then cold-pressed to make pellets which were then sintered at 1300oC to form dense ceramics. These ceramic pellets were electroded using conductive silver paste and characterized for their frequency and temperature dependent dielectric behavior in order to investigate the effect of strontium concentration on the dielectric constant of barium titanate (BaTiO3). It was observed that with increasing strontium concentration the ferroelectric to paraelectric phase-transition temperature (Tc) shifted to lower temperatures and dielectric constant increased substantially. With a very small addition of Sr (Ba0.8Sr0.2TiO3), a high dielectric constant and a low dielectric loss (<0.1) were obtained at room temperature (25o C). The dielectric constant of BST ceramics measured at room temperature as a function of frequency did not change much with frequency and their magnitude was almost same at higher frequencies (1 kHz to 100 kHz)
Sanhati-sadhika Sanskrit Bhasha Evam Vishavik Bhavana published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Spiritual Intelligence and i-E Locus af Control: a Relationship Study published in

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Dr. D.Anbugeetha Spiritual intelligence is the ability to understand themselves and others. I-E locus of control refers to the extent to which individuals believe that they can control events that affect them. Previous studies indicate that personality variables such as emotional intelligence, self-monitoring and I-E locus of control may influence spiritual intelligence. However, this study examined the relative effect of I-E locus of control on spiritual intelligence among school teachers. Stratified random sampling was employed in selecting hundred and seventeen teachers from ten schools. Data was collected through two instruments namely Spiritual Intelligence and I-E Locus of Control Scales. Correlation and ANOVA were used to test the hypotheses. The results indicated that there was no significant relationship between I-E locus of control and spiritual intelligence. On the other hand respondents belonging to different experience groups were heterogeneous on their scores on spiritual intelligence. On the basis of these findings, it is suggested that institutions may focus on spiritual intelligence while recruiting teachers and while identifying training needs and deciding training programs for them.

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