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A Study on Employee’s Safety Measures with Special Reference to Sail-Steel Plant in Salem. published in

International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management

Published by IJRREM
Dr.P.BALASUBRAMANIAN ABSTRACT This investigates work aim to study the safety measures provide for the employees of the organization. Welfare facilities play a vital role in the achieving prohibitive and job satisfaction in any organization. Absence of the expected safety facilities may lead to a high turn over of the employees and this loss affect the productivity. Satisfying or to fulfilling the needs of the workers. Would give them a better opportunity and more time to concentrate on job performance. The study was conducted in general with a special reference to the study purpose the sample of size 150 was taken at random. The sample random probability sampling method was used to decide the sample. A questionnaire was used to interview the 150 respondents. Percentage analyses and statistical tools like chi- square and percentage analyses ware used for data analyses and interpretation. The employees feel that safety training should be conducted regularly and it should include all the employees .the researcher is of the opinion that the safety awareness among the employees is quite low. As fund the study, the safety measures that disappointed the employees the most in the canteen facilities. Since statistical analyses shows that category of worker and level of satisfaction of safety measures.
ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS FOR RECOVERY: a proposal flowchart and layout for an educational institution published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Graciela Dias Coelho Jones, Vanessa Ramos Silva, Kellen Silva Freitas Delinquency in educational institutions has increased each year. The implementation and enforcement of a charging policy can help reduce the amount of accounts receivable. So the question that guided this study was: How is managing the collection process in a private school and what the critical points made by this process? This study aims to analyze the management of the billing process of a private school located in a large city of Minas Gerais State. Additionally, it proposes a new flowchart for the process of charging and changes to the layout of the financial institution. The methodology used for the development of the work was the Case Study. As a result it was found that managing the process of collecting the institution has some shortcomings, discussed during the presentation of the case study. With the proposed new flowchart for the process of recovery and changes in the layout of the finance department, expected great benefits for the development of activities and also to the results of operations and may be highlighted, among others: optimization of recovery, reducing the cost of wages, guaranteed lower rates of delinquency, improving the quality of activities and better distribution of physical space. We stress the importance of process mapping through the use of flowcharts for process management. Through the flowchart, the observation and analysis of critical points become more dynamic and gain speed, helping the continuous process control and process evaluation study. As for the physical space has to consider that a good layout contributes to the efficiency of operations of organizations, facilitating movement, communication and control of the activities performed by employees by managers.
Pica among Sudanese children with sickle cell anemia published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Fathelrahman Elawad Ahmed, Hadia Osman Gaboli, Bakhieta Attalla Pica is common in children with sickle cell anemia (SCA). We aimed to determine the frequency of pica and its characterization among Sudanese Children with SCA. This was a case-control, hospital-based study done over 6 months at a central children hospital in Khartoum, Sudan. Children with SCA who presented to the sickle cell outpatient clinic age two years or older without handicap related to diseases other than SCA were enrolled in this study. Apparently healthy preliminary school children with genotype (AA) were enrolled as a control group. Demographic, socioeconomic and clinical data were collected using a questionnaire. Each patient had complete blood count, hemoglobin electrophoresis, serum zinc and serum iron level done. Pica was reported in 102(66.2%) out of 154 study patients. This was significantly higher than that reported in the control group (66.2% vs 40% p 0.001). Common ingested items included clay, ice and coal. More than one item were sometimes ingested. Hemoglobin level was significantly lower and reticulocyte count was significantly higher in those who had pica. Serum zinc was low in all studied patients but was significantly lower in those with pica (p 0.00). Patients with pica were significantly lighter and shorter. Keywords: Pica, sickle cell, anemia, trait, Zinc, iron
Comparative Analysis of Asset Liability and Risk Management of Selected Urban Cooperative Banks in Nagpur Region using CAMEL Model published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs. Snehal P. Joshi | Dr. Reeta V. Sontakay Banking is said to be the lifeline of any economy. Banks have to deal with many risks in day to day work. Main risks involved in banking are liquidity risk, management risk, credit risk etc. to deal with risk financial regulatory has issued some techniques and model for managing the risks. One of the models to deal with risk is CAMEL in Indian banking industry. The present study deals with the analysis of financial performance of selected Urban Co-operative Banks (UCB) in Nagpur region through CAMEL model. The analysis shows the study of UCBs for eight years. Each UCB is analyzed based on the values given in the Balance sheet for the CAMEL model. Our study shows the individual performances in comparison to the other selected UCBs of Nagpur region Mrs. Snehal P. Joshi | Dr. Reeta V. Sontakay"Comparative Analysis of Asset Liability and Risk Management of Selected Urban Cooperative Banks in Nagpur Region using CAMEL Model" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11590.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/risk-management/11590/comparative-analysis-of-asset-liability-and-risk-management-of-selected-urban-cooperative-banks-in-nagpur-region-using-camel-model/mrs-snehal-p--joshi
TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY AND PROFITABILITY ANALYSES OF TURKISH BORON MINING published in

Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi Mühendislik ve Mimarlık Fakültesi Dergisi

Published by Eskişehir Osmangazi University
Seyhan ÖNDER, Adnan KONUK Productivity is one of the primary indicators used to determine enterprise performances. The fact that profitability is high in Turkey Boron Mining sector has led to undervaluing the studies related to productivity. Due to the structure of the boron market and the product range’s quality to be able to substitute for each other, the potential future price drops to be caused by competition is considered to draw attention to productivity measurement and assessment studies. In this study, the model called as “Aggregate Index for the Analysis of Total Productivity and Rentability (AIPR)” was restructured by means of Fisher Ideal Index. The developed model was applied to Turkey Boron Mining Sector between the years 1980 and 2001 in order to see the current position with regard to productivity and to determine which points to focus on to increase productivity. It was established that the sector’s profitability and productivity level according to the base year was high and that technological change played the leading role in achieving high productivity. Also in this study, statistical analyses were carried out in order to determine the relation between the input parameters of Turkey Boron Mining Sector and indices of productivity and profitability.
Teachers Attitude Towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation on Secondary Schools published in

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S.PAZHANIMURUGAN,R.SIVAKUMAR,Dr.A.EDWARD WILLIAM BENJAMIN School is an institution where talents are nurtured. Therefore it becomes very important to continuously revise and introduce such measures and schemes which will impact the mind, character and physical ability of the learner. Indian education is moving from summative to a continuous evaluation system. This study is an attempt to find out teachers perception about the scheme of continuous and comprehensive evaluation, the problems they face while its execution and the suggestions that teachers want to give in making CCE effective and fruitful on ground realities. The sample consisted of 50 government school teachers from Sivaganga District. The result of the study revealed that currently the perception of government school teachers is average which indicates moderate acceptability of CCE by the teachers. The teachers are not adequately prepared for the effective execution of CCE in government schools. Further the study revealed that the large number of students in the classes, lack of appropriate training, inadequate infrastructure and teaching materials and increased volume of work act as barriers in smooth execution of CCE.
CARBON NANO TUBE FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR:A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neetu Sardana (M.E Student)*, Professor L.K.Ragha( G uide) Carbon Nano Tube Field Effect Transistor (CNTFET) has various extraordinary electrical and mechanical properties and due to this CNTFET is turning out to be the forefront material for future electronics. In this paper, the review of CNTFETs is presented. MOSFET technology has limited scope for further enhancement. With a motivation to find alternatives, we explore the domain of CNTFETs. The structure, operation and the various performance parameters have been discussed. T he effect of threshold voltage, temperature, channel length,delay and power consumption for both CNTFETs and MOSFET devices have been discussed . Previous studies show that CNTFETs are f ar better than MOSFET device. It is propsed as an alternative to MOSFET because of its promising features. However, challenges faced by CNTFETs have been discussed.
Acquirers Preference on the Housing Property with Reference to Coimbatore published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M.Jayakumar, Dr.S. Prabakar The real estate sector in India is witnessing rapid growth in the residential, commercial and industrial segments. Real estate development, once restricted to bigger cities, have shown marked progress in smaller cities and towns owing to availability of banks loans, higher earnings and improved standard of living. Due to the changing demographic profile in India, there has been a steady decline in the portion of households living in rented premises. To a certain extent, this may be attributed to rising income levels. The situation being conductive to the buyers to purchase a property for self use as they are currently staying in rented houses. Thus the study focuses on the social attributes and financial attributes of the acquirers preference on the housing property
Antioxidants and Phytochemical Profile of Various Extracts From Buccholzia coriacea published in

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Nwaichi, E. O. , Olua, V. Hospitals globally are facing unprecedented crisis due to increasingly high cost of medicine due to limited raw materials and isolation techniques. This study was conducted to evaluate the qualitative and quantitative anti-oxidant and phytochemical profile of Buchholzia coriacea. Distillates at varying degrees, methanolic and fermented aqueous extracts were assayed.Up to 0.003 mg/ 100glevels of hyperoside (a flavone found with potent antioxidant activity, with the potential to protect the human lung fibroblast from hydrogen peroxide -induced oxidative damage), was obtained for the fermented extracts this fell below the detection limit of the analytical instruments in other treatments. Higher values of oxalate in fermented sample may have been influenced by the profile of La caserasoda used in the fermentation. Comparatively, various formulations revealed total phytochemicals of about 1437.44 mg /100g for fermented aqueous extract, 1972.51 mg/100g for methanolic extracts, 0.006 mg/100g for la casera soda, and 0.05 mg/100g, 0.04 mg/100g and 356.17 mg/100g for the distillates of aqueous extract at 100C, 200C , and 300C respectively. From the results obtained, fermentation and distillation of aqueous extracts of B.coriacea could be better means of isolating important phytochemicals in preference to methanolic extraction; whereas methanolic extraction gave a better quantitative isolation of phytochemicals therein and the amazing composition calls for further screening.
MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF RESEARCH SKILLS METHODS OF PETRI NETS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Georgy Tokmazov the mathematical modeling research skills in educational activity methods of Petri nets based on generalized integral-cognitive actions taking into account the multi-dimensional didactic and mathematical processes and activities with respect to substantive components of cognitive processes
Substance Use among Adolescents in Spain: A Brief Report published in

Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science

Published by Peertechz Publications
Arroyo A* and Coronas C Introduction: The consumption of alcohol and illegal drugs is a worldwide public health problem of great social impact when it affects adolescents. Aims: Evaluate the data published by offi cial statements in Spain regarding the consumption of alcohol and drugs of abuse in adolescents. Methods: the data published in Spain by STUDES (Survey on Drug Use among Secondary School Students) have been consulted. The survey is done periodically every two years. The prevalence of these consumptions as well as trends and evolution over time are shown. These data are collected from the population surveys of high school students in the fi eld of adolescence and published within the Spanish National Drug Plan throughout the country. Data were collected between 2014 -2015 and published in 2016. The emergence of consumption of new psychoactive drugs is also evaluated The alerts and controls established by the Spanish government for the detection of new synthetic drugs such as cathinones, synthetic cannabinoids and others drugs of recent appearance are stated out. Results: The prevalence of alcohol consumption in adolescent students in the last twelve months from 2012-2014 is high. These data are compared with those of other countries inside and outside the European Union. There are different trends in illicit drugs in a period between 1994 and 2014. The consumption of hypnosedatives substances increases, stable tendency of the consumption of cocaine and moderate decrease of the consumption of cannabis as well as the ecstasy, amphetamines, hallucinogens and heroine. Conclusions: the data are of interest in epidemiology and public health. Education in schools, voluntary treatment of consumers, police and customs controls and advertising campaigns are required to control and minimize this problem.
IN VITRO ANTICANCER ACTIVITY OF ARGEMONE MEXICANA L. SEEDS AND ALSTONIA SCHOLARIS (L.) R. BR. BARK ON DIFFERENT HUMAN CANCER CELL LINES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Avinash Patil1*, Khyati Vadera2, Darshana Patil3, Anita Phatak4, Aarti Juvekar5 and Naresh Chandra6 Cancer has been one of the dreadful diseases of 20th century and moving vastly in 21st century becoming one of the major causes of deaths in humans. The use of natural substances to inhibit carcinogenesis is a rapidly evolving aspect of cancer research. Large number of plants and their isolated constituents have been shown to possess potential anticancer activity. In present investigation, various extracts (Aqueous, Hydroalcoholic, Ethanolic, Methanolic and Petroleum ether) of Argemone mexicana L. seeds and Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. bark were standardized for their preliminary phytochemical analysis and in vitro anticancer activity. The preliminary phytochemical analysis of Argemone mexicana L. seeds extract showed presence of tannins, alkaloids, steroids, carbohydrates, glycosides, mucilage, proteins, flavonoids, fats and fixed oils whereas that of Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. bark showed presence of tannins, alkaloids, steroids, glycosides, proteins, flavonoids, fats and fixed oils. The in vitro anticancer activity of the extracts tested against various human cancer cell lines using Sulforhodamine B (SRB) assay. Out of the ten extracts tested, Ethanolic, Methanolic and Petroleum ether extracts of Argemone mexicana L. seeds and Aqueous, Hydro-alcoholic (50% Ethanol) and Ethanolic extracts of Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. bark showed potent anticancer activity on Human Leukaemia Cell line HL 60. The result of the present work may be useful for the development of anticancer agents of plant origin.
Womens economic development is Important Forkey Role of Our Andhra Pradesh Economy: A Case Study of Guntur Distict published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Swaroopa Rani Matha, T.Himaradhika, Devarapalli Padma The development of the country is possible only if women folk are also developed. Ithas been observed that the social, economic and political status of women in rural areasremains very low. Recently, microfinance programme has been introduced for poor of thesociety targeting especially the women. This study assesses the impact of microfinance onpoverty, employment and empowerment of women in rural areas of Punjab.Impact has been measured by comparing the participants of the programme with thenon-participants. The comparison is based on the primary data collected from field throughan especially prepared schedule. A comparison of programme participants and nonparticipantsshows that microfinance programmes have increased the individual and householdincomes of the participants along with reduction in income inequalities. It has escaped themfrom financial vulnerability and has reduced their level of poverty. A multiple regressiontechnique is applied to find out the determinants of poverty.The study reveals that microfinance programme has been successful in diversifying theeconomic activities in rural areas. The increase in the engagement of participants in theeconomic activities has increased their level of employment.The results of the study also show that microfinance programme has empoweredwomen economically, socially, psychologically and politically. It is also found that themature group participants are more empowered as compared to the young and middle agegroup participants. For measuring women empowerment a Composite Empowerment Index isconstructed with the help of 21 indicators.
White-collar Crimes in Kashmir, J&K - A Systematic Review Study on White-collar Crime, Criminal Behavior and its Consequences published in

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Shekhar C1*, Showkat G2 White-collar crime as moral or ethical violations follows ideals inherent within the principles of natural law. Natural law focuses on behaviors or activities that are defined as wrong because they violate the ethical principles of a particular culture, subculture, or group. The immoral nature of the activities is seen as the foundation for defining certain types of white-collar activities as criminal. Some prefer to call white-collar crime as violations of criminal law. White-collar crimes are criminally illegal behaviors committed by upper class individuals during the course of their occupation. From a systems perspective, those working in the criminal justice system would likely define white-collar crime as criminally illegal behaviors. Crime, in this context, is defined as an intentional act or omission committed in violation of the criminal law without defense or justification and sanctioned by the state as a felony or misdemeanor (Tappan, 1960, p. 10). The consequences of white-collar crime can be characterized as; individual economic losses, societal economic losses, emotional consequences, physical harm and positive consequences as well. Research on white-collar crime attitudes is important for empirical, cultural, and policy-driven reasons (Piquero, Carmichael, & Piquero, 2008). Because white-collar offenses are viewed as equally serious as street crimes, there may be a tendency among some to view white-collar criminals as similar to street criminals (Payne, 2003b). Many crime prevention programs work. Others dont. Most programs have not yet been evaluated with enough scientific evidence to draw conclusions. Enough evidence is available, however, to create provisional lists of what works, what doesnt and whats promising. Those lists will grow more quickly if the Nation invests more resources in scientific evaluations to hold all crime prevention programs accountable for their results. Both crime and criminal have become the focus of attention in the present day Kashmiri society. It is a regrettable fact that we have not so far undertaken comprehensive macro and micro level studies of crimes in Kashmir which could have facilitated a better understanding of its causes and effects and help to devise proper remedial measures. It is evident from the facts that white-collar crimes in Kashmir are increasing day by day. There are multiple causes of white-collar crimes in Kashmir. The consequences of white-collar crime can be characterized as (1) individual economic losses, (2) societal economic losses, (3) emotional consequences, (4) physical harm and (5) positive consequences. Research on white-collar crime attitudes is important for empirical, cultural, and policy-driven reasons (Piquero, Carmichael, & Piquero, 2008)
CORRELATING CONVENTIONAL WORKING MEMORY TASKS WITH VARIANT EVERYDAY WORKING MEMORY TASKS AMONG YOUNG HEALTHY ADULTS published in

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Nayana P. Kumar, Gagan Bajaj, Jayashree S. Bhat Working memory has been described as a cognitive system that permits interaction between attention, perception, and memory (Baddeley, 1992). Working memory forms the cornerstone in the effort to accomplish real-world goals. The aim and objective of the study were to correlate the working memory performance of young aged healthy adults on conventional working memory tasks with variant everyday working memory task. The study was done on 15 young healthy adults. The tasks consisted of conventional digit backward and letter ordering tasks along with six variant tasks. The tasks were presented visually beginning with simple 2 steps ordering to increasing complexity up to 6-7 steps. The correlation analysis results revealed that there was significant correlation seen between the conventional working memory tasks with most of the variant everyday working memory task. The present study highlights the importance of not restricting to conventional digit backward span and ordering tasks to assess the complete capacity of ones variant everyday working memory.
A study on occupational stress of females working in boutiques of Udaipur published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
DOLLY GANDHI AND SUDHA BABEL A study on occupational stress of 80 female boutique workers was conducted in Udaipur district during 2012-13. Occupational stress was assessed by occupational stress scale developed by House et al. (1979). The results revealed that cutting, stitching, surface embellishment, closure attachment, ironing and finishing related works were performed by female workers. Majority of respondents encountered moderate to high occupational stress and work load stress was counted highly followed by job vs. non-job category. Near half of respondents earned less than Rs. 5000 per month and 39 per cent were illiterate and 44 per cent worked for 8-10 hours per day. Some suggestive measures were also discussed to uplift the condition of female workers including restructuring ergonomically approved working area. Psychological, physical, social and economic security should be provided to workers in order to empowering their skills and maximize their potential through networking with supporting agencies.
THE NEW PERCEPTION THAT AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION MAY BE A VASCULAR DISEASE OPENS UP THERAPEUTICAL/PREVENTIVE THERAPEUTCICAL VISTAS FULL OF PROMISE: Part I published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Tams Fischer , M. D. The endothelial system assures unhindered functioning and stability ofthe internal milieu maintaining vascular health and protecting against vascular injury, noxa. by excreting various substances: vasodilators and vasoconstrictors, growth factors and their inhibitors, proinflammatory and antiinflammatory agents, pro-thrombotic and fibrinolytic factors, and by keeping them in a strict equilibrium: endothelial dysfunction is the change of these properties, what is inappropriate with regard to the preservation of organ function. It is of great therapeutic significance that demonstrated the key role of disordered function of endothelium in the vessels supplying the affected ocular structures withblood:the recognition is of great preventive therapeutic significance that demonstrated the key role of ED in the vessels supplying the affected ocular structures with blood, i.e., that ED plays major role in the genesis and development of ED. Inflammation/parainflammation and immune-mediated processes (complement activation) play an important role in ED, in consecutive AMD pathogenesis. Chronic inflammation, a feature of AMD, is tightly linked to diseases associated with ED: AMD is accompanied by a general inflammatory response, in the form of complement system activation, similar to that observed in degenerative vascular diseases such as atherosclerosis. All these facts indicate that age-related macular degeneration (AMD) may be a vascular disease, part of systemic vasculopathy(!), in the end, as a matter of fact: this recognition/perception could have therapeutic mplications.harm (noxa, i.e., risk factors [RFs]) ? oxidative stress [OS] ? endothelial activation [EA], endothlial dysfunction [ED], respectively ? vacular injury, vascular disease). Wall of blood vessels including thoose in choroids also, may be triggered by several repeated and/or prolonged mechanical, physical, chemical, microbiological, immunologic, and genetic influences-impacts-stimuli (noxa, i.e., RFs), against which protracted response, the so-called host defense response may develop, and in consequence of this, vascular damage pathological consecutive changes ending in vascular injury (e.g., atherosclerose/age-related macular degeneration) ultimately, may develop.- AMD-risk factors also act directly on the endothelium through an increase in the production of reactive oxygen species, promoting an endothelial activation, which lead to endothelial dysfunction, the onset of vascular disease. Thus endothelial dysfunction is a connecting link between harm (noxa) and vascular injury: any kind of noxa start/trigger off an defensive chain that results in inflammation to specific tissues to eliminate/clear/avert (AMD-)risk factors, and even early AMD is associated with the occurrence of diffuse arterial vascular injury state at various stages[!]: patients with early AMD exhibit signs of systemic and retinal vascular alterations. All these facts indicate that age-related macular degeneration (AMD) may be a vascular disease, part of systemic vasculopathy(!), in the end, as a matter of fact: this recognition/perception could have therapeutic implications.
Effect of Hatha Yoga and Aerobic Training on Selected Physiological Variables of College Male Students. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Binod Chowdhary, Mr. Suprakash Das The purpose of the study was to investigate the comparative effects of Hatha yoga, Aerobic training and combination of Hatha yoga and Aerobic training on selected physiological variables (Resting heart rate, Resting systolic blood pressure and Resting diastolic blood pressure) of college students. Hundred male students of Seva Bharati Mahavidyalaya, Kapgari, DistPaschim Medinipur, West Bengal, were randomly selected as the subjects for this study. The average age of the subjects was 18 years to 23 years. After that they were divided into four equal groups on random basis (Groups A, B, C &D) consisting of 25 subjects in each group. Three out of the four groups were given experimental treatments i.e. Aerobic training, Hatha yoga and combination of hatha yoga and aerobic training for a duration of ten weeks and thereafter the groups A, B, C were designated as Aerobic training group, Hatha yoga group and combination of hatha yoga and aerobic training groups respectively. While the remaining one group (Group- D) was designated as control group which were not given any experimental treatment. The analysis of co-variance statistics was applied to determine the effect of training. The effect of ten weeks hatha yoga training, aerobic training and combination of hatha yoga and aerobic training programmes shows significant differences on physiological variables i.e. resting heart rate and systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
A comparative Study on Serum Leptin and Adiponectin levels in Periodontitis Patients with and without Diabetes Mellitus Type2 published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Background: Periodontal diseases are initiated by microbial plaque, which accumulates in the sulcular region and induces an inflammatory response. Recently studies found that periodontitis might be related to several systemic diseases especially diabetes mellitus. In recent years, there has been intense interest in the role of the adipose tissue derived substances that named adipokines in the inflammatory diseases of the human being including the inflammatory periodontitis. Aims of study: This study was performed to evaluate the serum level of leptin and adiponectin in periodontitis with and without type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), to determine the association between serum level of the biochemical markers (leptin and adiponectin) with clinical periodontal parameter and determine the correlation between adiponectin and leptin levels. Material and Methods: Sixty patients (30 periodontitis patients and 30 periodontitis+T2DM patients) and 25 apparently healthy volunteers were enrolled in this study. Periodontal parameters used in this study were plaque index, gingival index, probing pocket depth, clinical attachment level and bleeding on probing. Serum levels of leptin and adiponectin were estimate by ELISA. Results: The present data revealed a significant elevation (p<0.01) in mean level of leptin in periodontitis group and periodontitis+T2DM group in comparison to that in healthy control, moreover, the comparison between two groups of patients showed that the mean level of leptin was increase in periodontitis+T2DM group but statistically not significant (p>0.05). On the other hand, there is significant decrease (p<0.001) in serum adiponectin in patients groups when compared to control group, additionally, there is slight significant reduction in mean level of adiponectin in periodontitis patients without DM when compared to those patients with DM, (p<0.05). Interestingly, negative signifIcant correlation was noticed between leptin and adiponectin in periodontitis patients and periodontitis+T2DM group. Additionally, these findings did not observe any significant correlation between serum leptin, and adiponectin with clinical periodontal parameters (p>0.05). Conclusion: This study demonstrates that serum levels of leptin and adiponectin play a crucial role in pathogenesis of perIodontitis with and without. periodontitis, type 2 diabetes mellitus, leptin and adiponectin
Effect of cytokinin and boron on growth and yield of mung been published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
T. M. H. AL- Sabagh J. M. A. AL-Jumaily A Field study was conducted during spring season of 2015. at the field experiments in the field crops science department in Jadiryya – University of Baghdad, to study the effect of spraying three concentrations of Boron (0,250 and 500 mg B L-1) and three concentration of cytokinin (0,50 and 100 mg CK L-1) on growth and seed yield of Mung Been. Asplitpiot arrangement in randomaized complete block design (R C B D) with three replicates was used. Result showed that concention of cytokinin have significant effect on all studied traits. 100 mg CK L-1concentnetion of cytokinin gave shorter plant (56.48 cm) higher number of braches per plant (11.89) higher, number of days from sowing to maturity (92.11), fertility percentage (82.80%), number of pods per plant (81.23), number of seeds per pod (10.24 seed), protein percentage in seed (%29.36) and seed yield (1254.5 kg ha-1). Boron concentrations affected most of studied traits , 500 mg B L-1 of Boron gave higher number of branches per plant (10.11), higher number of days from sowing to maturity (89.22), fertility percentage (82.45 %), number of pods per plant (78.36), number of seeds per pod (10.56), and seed yield (1262.8 kg ha-1). Result showed that Cytokinin and Boron interaction have a significant effect on some triats. Cytokinin with 100 mg CK L-1 and Boron of 500 mg B L-1 gave higher effect on number of days from sowing to maturity (92.33), number of pods per plant(88.17), number of seeds per pod (10.83), and seed yield (1452.2 kgha-1
USAGE OF ANTIMICROBIALS IN POST-OPERATIVE PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING RURAL HOSPITAL IN INDIA published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Chaudhary K Pankaj1*, Dr. Jain Atul2, Dr. Maurya K Arvind3, Dr.Gaurav4, Dr. Mishra Ajitesh5 Background: Rational antibiotic usage reduces the incidence of Post surgical wound infection but its improper usage can further lead to excessive surgical wound infection and increased drug resistance which further complicates the problem. Proper treatment of postoperative and other hospital acquired infections is essential. Hence to investigate the current scenario in surgical post-operative patients, the present study was undertaken. Objectives: The objective of this study was to assess the current trends of prescribing antibiotics amongst the patients of surgical postoperative unit of UP Rural Institute of Medical sciences and Research, India. Materials and Methods: A descriptive retrospective study was done amongst the patients admitted in the surgical postoperative ward of UP RIMS & R, Saifai, Etawah, India. This study was done by collecting the prescriptions during the months between January 2015 to March 2015. The study was conducted in accordance with the ethical principles of the ethics committee guidelines. We collected data from 142 postoperative patients. Information was collected with respect to Demographic profile, most common case diagnosed, commonly prescribed antibiotics and WHO core indicators were assessed from the inpatients records. Data were analyzed using Microsoft Office Excel 2007 and values were presented descriptively in percentiles. Results: We analyzed the data using the various drug use indicators given by the WHO. The average number of drugs per encounter was 4.98. The most common surgeries in the postsurgical unit were hydrococle 41 followed by Gynecological 32. Most of the patients were in the age group of 31-40 yrs. Most commonly prescribed antibiotic were cephalosporin's (35%) followed by Amminoglycosides (24%). Out of 1250 drugs prescribed, 851(68%) drugs were prescribed by generic names and drugs prescribed by their brand names were 399(32%). Drugs on WHO EML were 61% while that of NLEM 2011 were 74%. Dosage forms used as injectables 91.28% (1141/1250). Fixed dose combinations were prescribed in 36.88% (461/1250) prescriptions. Average cost per prescription was 866.40 INR. Conclusion: The present study provides valuable insight about the overall pattern of drug used in postoperative patients in a tertiary care hospital. It is intended to be a step in broader evaluation of safety and efficacy of drug as well as for improving prescribing habits among the fraternity and minimizing incidence of resistance to antimicrobials in surgical wards of a teaching hospital.
Voltage stability constrained optimal power flow – a critical review published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Telang A S and Bedekar P P Power system researchers have looked upon the problem of Voltage Stability Constrained Optimal Power Flow (VSC-OPF) making use of classical and advanced methods of optimization. Many efforts have been made to optimize the power system by optimizing control variables of VSC-OPF problem for improving voltage profile. This paper compiles the significant developments made in the area of VSCOPF using conventional and artificial intelligence based optimal power flow solution methodologies. After a thorough study of vast literature available on VSC-OPF, critical review with future scope has been presented to make the review study most focused and optimistic. Owing to poor speed and convergence characteristics of classical methods of optimization problem, intelligent computational methods have been emerged as one of the effective and efficient method. However, as an appropriate setting of control parameters involved in these meta-heuristic techniques is a key factor for success, the possibility of utilizing hybrid approaches should be considered for VSC-OPF problems. Another interesting feature of this study is that it is found that one algorithm cannot be superior to other algorithms in all kinds of cases; hence for the class of problem being studied, one has to find out which algorithm is better.
NOISE POLLUTION IN GOLESTAN HOSPITALS WARDS, AHVAZ, IRAN, 2014 published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sakineh Azarnosh1, Khodabakhsh Karami2*, Ghodratollah Shakerinejad3 Introduction: Hospitals are centers that restore physical and mental health of patients, and are places that allow patients rest and recover. It needs a quiet Environment for both patients and personnel involved. We aimed to assess the wards environmental noise pollution and evaluate their noise levels with recommended standard values. Methods: This cross-sectional study was carried out in Golestan Hospital, Ahwaz, Iran. The study aimed to measure noise levels in ten wards, at four time periods in a day: morning (8-10), afternoon (12- 15), meeting time (15-17) and at night (20-22). Results: The wards noise levels measured in 320 sections at different times. The mean noise levels in wards of Golestan Hospital were about 55, 55.5, 55 and 66 dB in morning, noon, afternoon and meeting time respectively. Most mean noise level differentiation (8.94 dB) was seen between dialyze and gynecology. Conclusion: The World Health Organization guidelines state that mean noise levels on hospital wards should not exceed 30 dB (day and night) and that peak noise levels at night should not exceed 40 dB. Our results showed that mean noise levels in all Golestan Hospital Wards are more than theses recommended levels. It needs an educational program for both personnel and visitors and even patients.
NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ONAIR JET IMPINGEMENT COOLING published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Harikrishnan.M*1, Arun Jacob2 In recent years there has been significant increase in chip level heat fluxes, along with increasing demand for miniaturization. Design engineers are always seeking better methods for packing high-power dissipating electronic equipments .As the power dissipation continue to increase, standard conduction and forced-air convection techniques no longer provide adequate cooling for sophisticated electronic systems This work deals with experimental analysis and numerical analysis of microprocessor cooling using jet impingement. The analysis is done with the help of ANSYS FLUENT 14.0 software Circular orifice of diameter 2mm and 3mm were tested for various Reynolds number, distances between orifice and impinged plate and heat fluxes. Using SST k-w model the effect of jet Reynolds number, target spacing to jet diameter ratio (Z/d) and heat fluxes on average Nusselt number of the target plate are examined. An optimum cooling range is obtained for both 2mm and 3mm nozzle when the Z/d ratio lies between 10and 15. Correlations are proposed for Nusselt number in terms of Reynolds number and it is applicable for air as the jet cooling medium.
DISCLOSURE OF THE FIELD PERFORMANCE EVALUATION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Leonardo Ensslin, Rogrio Tadeu de Oliveira Lacerda, Anna Claudia Krger, Leonardo Corra Chaves Public organizations are under pressure to provide more and better services by increasing
Design and Fabrication of Angular Plate Jig published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M.Jagadish,S.Bakkiyaraj,Kharmugilan,Palani Vinod,Prasanth,A.Sivasubramanian,Dr.G.Arunkumar Our paper is based on the need for the work holding devices during manufacturing processes. This design and fabrication which will enable the operation like drilling, reaming, tapping process easier. The need for such devices would greatly enhance the ability of the production unit to meet the requirement of the market and higher rate. Our paper is mainly composed of design and fabrication of the Angular Plate jig which cover the absolute design to the specified dimensions of the work piece and would make the production process easier. This jig is economical means to produce. Our paper is based on the need for the work holding devices during manufacturing processes. This design and fabrication which will enable the operation like drilling, reaming, tapping process easier. The need for such devices would greatly enhance the ability of the production unit to meet the requirement of the market and higher rate. Our paper is mainly composed of design and fabrication of the Angular Plate jig which cover the absolute design to the specified dimensions of the work piece and would make the production process easier. This jig is economical means to produce.
PROTECTION, UTILIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH MAST STREET LIGHT IN RURAL AREA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Bhagawati Chandra , Miss Anjali Karsh High Mast Light gives the several cost effective advantages and cost is a major issue for rural area general services. This project illustrates the theoretical basis and the analytical development of the high mast lighting poles. In the late 1960‟s, studies were conducted to investigate the impact that high-mast lighting gives on traffic performance, driver visibility, and illumination costs. It was found that increasing the height of the lighting offered a noticeable advantage in that it provided drivers with increased uniformity of illumination and brightness while minimizing discomfort and disability glare. In this turn, it`s led to a reduced number of visibility related accidents. Also, lighting is a major requirement when we deal with working at the opencast mining. In opencast mining, the efficient lighting system is required while working during dark hours. In the present work, a new system of light mast tower is proposed & designed which increases the usability of the existing light mast towers. In this solution, each light mast is given a particular position to its vertical & horizontal axis which sets the light to focus in any particular area and direction to cover target area with minimum power and resource.
Anal Eroticism with plastic bottle ways of management: A Case Report published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Mathi M, Arun A, Nelson R, Andre Das and Umaparan G* Foreign bodies in the rectum often pose a challenging diagnostic and management dilemma that begins with the initial evaluation in the emergency department and continues through the post extraction period. Because of the wide variety of objects and the variation in trauma caused to local tissues of the rectum and distal colon, a systematic approach to the diagnosis and management of rectal foreign bodies is essential. We present a case of 34 year old gentleman presented to emergency department with complaint of constipation for 2 days and claims he had inserted a plastic bottle in his anus 2days ago and unable to remove it. After failure of extraction of the bottle trans-anally and endoscopically, a mini laparotomy and incision on the sigmoid colon done to remove the foreign body. Patient was referred to the psychiatrist for his perversion disorder, which was also mandatory for preventing recurrences.
Design and Analysis of Perturb and Observe MPPT Techniques for Inverter in Photovoltaic System published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Shruthi K J , Giridhar Kini P , Viswanatha C and Rajashekar P Mandi Renewable energies are the most sought after alternatives for electric energy generation. The improvement in semiconductor and power electronics technology has led to precise operation of system at maximum power point, thus increasing the efficiency of the PV system. Many maximum power point tracking (MPPT) algorithms have been developed in recent times which provide maximum power tracking under varying conditions. Among the existing algorithms, perturb and observe (P & O) is the most explored technique. In this paper a comparison between the conventional P & O and improved P & O method is brought about. A MATLAB simulink based simulation study of PV module/ array is carried out and both the MPPT algorithms are explored for z-source inverter in photovoltaic system.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PRINT GLOSS OF METALIZED SHEETS PRINTED WITH SHEET FED OFFSET PRINTING PROCESS AND DRY TONER BASED DIGITAL PRINTING PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mohit Kumar *, Aman Bhardwaj Printing metalized sheets with offset printing process requires it to be primer coated prior to the printing. This is complex, time consuming and incorporates some additional cost. Thus, it has not been known in view of the prior art to utilize digital pri nting methods to create sharp, high quality, complex, multi - color, foil - effect designs foil - covered surfaces at relatively high speed and low cost. it was observed that the sheets printed with Dry toner based Digital printing process have comparatively hi gher gloss in case of non primer coated sheets .
Overview of Biometric Fingerprint Identification published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mradula Jain | Anshul Khurana Fingerprint identification of a person is widely used in all over the world, as there are no two fingerprints like. Authentication and validation of an individual is done with the help of various factors like signature, user-ids and passwords, palm, fingerprint, face, voice, heart-beat, iris, etc. The fingerprint technique is advantageous for such recognition as compared to other techniques. This paper is a brief review in the field of fingerprint identification. The aim of this paper is to review various latest minutiae based, correlation based and other global, local methods for fingerprint matching and status of success of concurrent methods. Mradula Jain | Anshul Khurana"Overview of Biometric Fingerprint Identification" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14101.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/14101/overview-of-biometric-fingerprint-identification/mradula-jain
A REVIEW ON CURRENT TECHNIQUES OF TRIANGULATION OF IMAGE POINTS FROM TWO IMAGE FRAMES FOR 3 - D MODERNIZATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Harsimarpreet Kaur*, D r. Raman Chadha Obstacle detection is a main key of autonomous vehicles. When communicating with huge robots in unstructured background, resilient obstacle detecti on is required. Few of the existing methods are mainly suited for the backgrounds in which the ground is comparatively flat and with roughly the same color throughout the terrain. A novel procedure proposed in the work presented here uses a monocular camer a, for real - time performance. We compute the homographic between two successive frames by computing the fundamental matrix between the two frames. Estimation of fundamental matrix is followed by triangulation so as to estimate the distance of the object fr om the camera. We examine a difficulty intrinsic to any fundamental matrix - based outlook to the provided task, and show how the discussed way can resolve this difficulty by a huge level. An obstacle detection and distance estimation system based on visual particular attribute and stereo vision is hence discussed in the presented work.
High Speed and Reduced Area 16 bit Vedic Multiplier Using Carry Select Adder published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
D.Muthulakshmi1, S.Durgadevi2, B.Iyyappan3 PG scholar, E.G.S.Pillay engineering college, Nagapattinam1 Assistant Professor, E.G.S.Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam, 2 VLSI Design Engineer Chennai3 Processors speed depends greatly on the speed of multipliers.This paper gives the novel method of multiplier using vedic mathematics that rediscovered from ancient maths.High speed 16 bit Vedic multiplier architecture which is quite different from the conventional method and vedic multiplier designed using carry select adder is proposed in this paper.Multiplier operation based on Urdhva Tiryakbhayam Sutra which is highly preferred algorithm for multiplication that increases multiplier speed by reduced iteration.
ROLE OF CERTAIN AGENTS ON ZINC MODULATION AND INFLAMMATORY PATTERN IN ZINC DEFICIENT DIABETIC RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohamed Mahmoud Elseweidy*, Nabila Zein, Nada Mohamed and Essam Abd Elghani Aims and Objectives: to configure the pattern of inflammation and diabetic state in alloxan diabetic rats fed on zinc deficient diet. Secondly to illustrate the effect of two selected agents, namely zinc gluconate and omega-3 fatty acid (fish oil) on modulation for diabetic state and zinc state. Materials and methods: diabetes was induced by intraperitonially administration of alloxan monohydrate (120 mg /kg) body weight; zinc deficient state was done by feeding zinc deficient diet and deionized water to rats for 28 days and monitor of serum zinc level at interval times. Thirty male albino rats were divided into 5 groups; first one was fed on normal based diet, referred to normal group. Second group is alloxan diabetic rats, received no treatment and referred to diabetic control (DC). Group 3, diabetic rats received zinc deficient diet and referred to as positive control. Group 4 diabetic and zinc deficient rats, received fish oil 50 mg/kg body weight daily for 8 weeks while group 5, diabetic zinc deficient rats, received zinc gluconate 150 mg/kg body weight daily for 8 weeks. Results: Our report showed that treatment with zinc gluconate and fish oil significantly reduced serum glucose, inflammatory markers CRP, TNF-?, IL-6, IL-1?, and IFN? along with an increase in serum zinc and pancreatic ZNT8 and IL-1?.
Critics of Modernization and Social Change in India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
LATHA.SM. Change is such an evident feature of social reality that seems in any social-scientific theory. Social change refers to an alteration in the social order of a society social change may include changes in nature, social institutions, social behaviors or social relations. The base of social change in thought process in human social may be driven by cultural religious, economic scientific or technological forces among the most conspicuous theories of social change are those that go under the name of modernity or modernization and include other related term such as development as well, yet within this family of theories there are significant refers about whether modernization involves continuity or discontinuity. This article deals with different perspective of modernization and its impact on social structure.
Effectiveness of deep breathing exercise on level of stress among elderly in selected old-age homes of Pune city published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Ravindra Balasaheb Vikhe Stress is part of life, everyone feels stressed from time to time. It is just a simple reaction to a stimulus that disturbs our physical or mental equilibrium. Without stress our lives would be boring and would probably feel pointless. A certain amount of stress energizes people, improving performance and efficiency. Not all stress is bad, but chronic stress can cause both physical and mental harm. Young and old alike have to face difficult situations and overcome obstacles. While young adults struggle to establish a career, achieve financial security, or juggle work and family demands, older people may face failing health or dwindling finances or simply the challenges of retaining their independence. Unfortunately, the body's natural defenses against stress gradually break down with age. The number of persons above the age of 60 years is fast growing, especially in India. India as the second most populous country in the world has 76.6 million people at or over the age of 60, constituting above 7.7% of total population. The present study highlights the effectiveness of deep breathing exercise on level of stress among elderly in selected old age homes of Pune city. This study depicting that deep breathing exercise is very effective in reducing the level of stress among elderly in selected old age homes of Pune city. The study was conducted as a partial fulfilment for the degree of masters in nursing
Bleeding Hate published in

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Dr. Syeda Afshana This paper tries to explore the present world of hate. Drawing from various happenings around, hate is gradually becoming an entitypolitical, social and religious. We cannot undermine the use of creative tools to propagate the hate. Plurality as a concept is now an anathema. Mutual co-existence seems a difficult ideology to follow. This piece brings together different shadows of hate that have emanated from various schools of thought.
COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS SIMULATION OF PROPELLER FAN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pradeep Shetty * , Trupti P.Wani Cooling appliance s growing demand to cool the ambience with high efficiency requires robust condenser unit. The objective of this work is to predict and correlate the mass flow rate of propeller type axial fan used in condenser unit using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) technique. The flow field is simulated with the finite ele ment Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD solver Altair HyperWorks. The three - dimensional computational domain with Spalart - Allmaras turbulence model is considered to predict the mass flow rate. The present computation is carried out for the axial fan speed of 820 rpm for the steady state condition using moving reference frame approach. The flow rate is correlated with the test results to validate the CFD modeling approach. The correlation level found closer with tested results, hence which will help to improve the futuristic model during conceptual design itself.
Cardioprotective Effects in Methanolic Extract of Evolvulus Alsinoides Linn on Isoproterenol - Induced Myocardial Infarction in Albino Rats published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Sudhakumari, Anil Kumar H.V, Aamir Javed, Manish Jaiswa, Muralidhar .S. Talkad The present study was performed to investigate Evolvulus alsinoides. Linn a natural herb, would attenuate the acute myocardial infarction in isoproterenol [ISP]-treated rat model maintaining cardiac function and activities of endogenous antioxidant enzymes. Heart tissue enzyme analysis in albino male rats, such as LPO, GSH, GPX, GST, SOD, CAT, CK-MB, MDA and biochemical analysis in serum plasma viz., ALT, AST, LDH, and CPK were performed. Methanolic extract of Evolvulus alsinoides [EA] at the dose of [100 & 200 mg/kg/p.o] showed significant cytoprotection in the heart from isoproterenol induced myocardial ischemic injury. The results indicate that Evolvulus alsinoides [EA] administration causes myocardial adaptation by augmenting endogenous antioxidants and protects rat hearts from oxidative stress associated with ISP induced myocardial injury, and justify its potential therapeutic value in the treatment of ischemic heart diseases in albino rats.
Retinopathic Complications Associated with Fibro Calculous Pancreatic Diabetes Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
DR. Jhumu Manna, Dr. Asis Manna, DR. Sanjib kr. Gupta The study was on Fibro-Calculous Pancreatic Diabetes (FCPD), which is a subset of Malnutrition Related Diabetes Mellitus and secondary to Tropical Calcific Pancreatitis having multifactorial aetiology, involving both environmental and ethnic factors. We had selected rural areas with mixed socio economic condition for our study, that was the rural areas of gangetic plane of the district of Purba Medinipur West Bengal. At first we confirmed our subjects if they were FCPD affected or not. Due to insufficient information was available in the literature on retinal involvement found from fundoscopic and fluorescein angiographic studies, some of our FCPD patients were subjected to these tests, to have an idea about the degree of injury made by this disease and to compare with other subsets of diabetes. Retinal involvement of our subjects was not very different from other types of diabetes.
Development of nutritional tomato wadi published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
G.W. ADHAU, R.T. GAWADE AND R.G. TAMBAT Tomato wadi (Toffee) was prepared at different treatments T1 (Tomato pulp 50 g + fresh coconut 50 g), T2 (Tomato pulp 60 g + fresh coconut 40 g) and T3 (Tomato pulp 70 g + fresh coconut 30 g ) with fixed quantity of sugar (70 g) in each treatment. The nutritional tomato wadi was developed by taking fresh and matured tomato fruit and blanched at 80oC for 10-15 min. Then tomato pulp was extracted and added in sugar and other ingredients. The whole mixture was mixed well and cooked upto final concentration of 750 Brix. Through adequate cooking of mass it is rolled into sheets of 4-6 mm thickness, cut into uniformly sized pieces and packed into polythene bags. According to chemical analysis and sensory analysis carried out by panel, the 70% tomato pulp and 30% fresh coconut incorporated waTomato wadi (Toffee) was prepared at different treatments T1 (Tomato Pulp 50 g + fresh coconut 50 g), T2 (Tomato Pulp 60 g + fresh coconut 40 g) and T3 (Tomato pulp 70 g + fresh coconut 30 g ) with fixed quantity of sugar (70 g) in each treatment. The nutritional tomato wadi was developed by taking fresh and matured tomato fruit and blanched at 80oC for 10-15 min. Then tomato pulp is extracted and adds in sugar and other ingredients. The whole mixture was mixed well and cooked up to a final concentration of 750 Brix. Through adequate cooking of mass it is rolled into sheets of 4-6 mm thickness, cut into uniformly sized pieces and packed into polythene bags. According to chemical analysis and sensory analysis carried out by panel, the 70% tomato pulp and 30% fresh coconut incorporated wadi is more acceptable. Due to its taste and flavour, it enjoys wide popularity and acceptance among the children.
PHARMACOGNOSTICAL IDENTIFICATION OF ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUS WILLD. (ROOT) WITH THE HELP OF HPTLC METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Selvarajan*, V. Gayathri Devi, Anitha John, J. Jeyakannan, D. Balakrishnan, N. Raaman Asparagus racemosus commonly known as Shatavari is used in traditional systems of medicine as a uterine tonic, as a galactogogue, in hyperacidity, and as a general health tonic. The present study provides a detailed pharmacognostic study based on its physicochemical, macroscopic, microscopic and chromatographic features. The physicochemical parameters such as loss on drying, solubility in different solvents, ash content, acid insoluble ash, water soluble ash, volatile oil, fibre content etc. were determined by standard methods. Anatomical features of the roots of Asparagus racemosus were determined. For this the sample was fixed in FAA, cast into paraffin blocks and sectioned with the help of Rotary Microtome. The stomata morphology, venation pattern and trichome distribution were studied. Microscopic descriptions of tissues were supplemented with micrographs wherever necessary. Photographs of different magnifications were taken with Nikon Labphot 2 Microscopic Unit. Powder microscopy was carried out using standard methods. HPTLC profile of the ethyl acetate plant extract was carried out in short UV, long UV and using vanillin-sulphuric acid as detection reagent. The R f values of the spots developed were noted which is an important parameter for identification of plant materials. The pharmacognostical parameters along with the HPTLC profile may be utilized to identify the drug material and for laying down the pharmacopoeial standards.
Ablonczy Balazs, Transilvania reîntoarsã 1940- 1944 [Transylvania regained 1940-1944], translated from Hungarian by Anna Scarlat, Iași, Institutul european, 2014, 356 pp. published in

Journal of Humanities, Culture and Social Sciences

Published by Alexandru and Aristia Aman Foundation
On December 1, 1918, as a result of the Resolution adopted at Alba-Iulia, Transylvania became an integrated part of Romania. This event marked the beginning of the “Great Romania”. The Trianon treaty, signed two years later, offered the juridical basis for forming the “Great Romania”, Hungary finding itself in the position of having to consent to the cession of this part of its territory. This important event put a strain on the subsequent relations between the two countries. Both Romania and Hungary would come to strongly disagree in the next decades, in numerous aspects, such as the unequal treatment received, the policy and the measures applied to minorities, Romanian or Hungarian, depending on the case.
Analytical uses of polyaniline in power application:a review on recent development published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Moumita Naskar Polyaniline (PANI) and its derevatives are the upcoming materials in power application. They have several advantages due to their electronic and optic properties compared to the non-conducting polymers. The research interest on conducting polymers has been increased due to their reasonably good conductivity, good environmental stability, easy preparation techniques and redox properties compared to other organic compounds. Among the conductive polymers PANI and its derivatives invite more attention for their excellent adhesion and anticorrosive properties also. PANI can be used in rechargeable batteries, fuel cell, super capacitor, pH and gas sensor etc. This article aims to provide a short overview of the present status of research on synthesis, characterizations, development and applications of PANI and its derivatives.
RECENT SCENARIO OF GELUCIRES IN SOLID DISPERSION TECHNIQUES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ankita D. Sorkhel* and Yogesh S. Chaudhari Poor water solubility is the major drawback for the various types of drugs and many approaches have been introduced for the solubility enhancement of such drugs. Solid dispersion is one of the techniques adopted for the formulation of such drugs. In this technique, a poorly soluble drug is dispersed in a highly soluble solid hydrophilic matrix, which enhances the dissolution of the drug. Solid dispersion techniques can yield eutectic (non-molecular level mixing) or solid solution (molecular level mixing) products. Presence of the drug in microcrystalline state, improved wettability and formation of high free energy amorphous forms of the drug during solid dispersion formation contribute towards enhancement of drug solubilisation. Despite the promising aspects of dissolution enhancement and simplicity of concept, the solid dispersion has decreased popularity due to manufacturing, stability and scale-up issues. Solid dispersions of poorly water-soluble drugs with water-soluble carriers has been reduced the incidence of these problems and enhanced dissolution. The focus of this review article on advantages, disadvantages of solid dispersions, method of their preparations and current use of gelucires in solid dispersion formulations. This article will also address the physical characterization of a Gelucire based solid dispersion formulation and illustrate some of its potential drawbacks in terms of physical stability.
Power Factor Improvement in the Steel Plant with Advanced AC Drive System published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Shah S, Panchal A K and Varsha A Shah This paper presents the analysis of power factor with DC drive system and AC drive system in one of the major steel plant in India. Replacement of DC drive system with AC drive system have drastically improved power factor of the system. With advanced direct torque control (DTC), performances of AC drives are similar to DC drives in entire speed-torque region. By various comparisons of technical and financial parameters, it is found economical to use AC drives in place of DC drives. AC drives ensure improvements on power factor, energy efficiency, reliability and production with reduction in cost, maintenance and equipment down time. After comparing the DC drive system and AC drive system in pickling plant, the power factor improvement observed with AC drive system. The simulation studies also predicted that there will be improvement in average power factor from 0.2~0.65 to 0.93~0.97. Results obtained after replacement of DC drives with AC drives are quite matching with the predicted results. In addition, AC drive system also helped in energy saving and reduction in line stoppage occurrences.
Canopy Management in Sapota (Achras Sapota L.) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. B. Gopu, Dr. T. N. Balamohan Sapota is one of the important evergreen fruit crops grown in tropical regions of the world. Canopy management alters the tree stature, paving the way for better sunlight penetration and facilitates easy intercultural operation and harvest. Canopy management is a critical component to improve crop performance by increasing the magnitude of partitioning of dry matter towards reproductive parts. Management of canopy architecture deals with positioning and maintenance of plants frame work in relation to optimum productivity of quality fruits. In modern fruit production, a tree, which has not received proper canopy management, becomes inefficient with low productivity. Once the tree gets occupied their allotted spaces crowding may occur and canopies of adjacent trees begin to overlap. The horticultural methods commonly known to control tree growth are training and pruning, dwarf varieties and growth retardants, which have a close bearing on canopy management
Assessment of genetic variability, interrelationship, direct and indirect effect of seedling characters on fibre yield of jute under rainfed and irrigated condition published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. SAWARKAR, S. YUMNAM, S.MUKHERJEE AND K. K. SARKAR Sixty genotypes of Corchorus olitorius were evaluated in rainfed as well as irrigated condition in field and pot culture to assess genetic variability, interrelationship between seedling characters and their direct and indirect effect on fibre yield. The seedling characters like root length, root volume, shoot length, root fresh weight, root dry weight, shoot fresh weight, shoot dry weight, leaf fresh weight and leaf dry weight showed significant positive correlation with one another and with fibre yield in field and pot under rainfed condition.While, in irrigated condition except shoot length, shoot fresh weight and shoot dry weight, rest of the characters revealed significant positively correlated with fibre yield. The root as well as shoot length in both the conditions in field and pot showed high heritability accompanied by high genetic advance indicating preponderance of additive gene action in controlling these characters and as a result these characters may be selected directly for improvement. In rainfed condition, shoot dry weight scored highest positive direct effect on fibre yield and it was followed by leaf fresh weight, root length, shoot length and root dry weight under pot culture whilein field,it was root fresh weight followed by shoot fresh weight, root volume, shoot length and leaf fresh weight. These characters could be use directly and effectively for the further improvement of fibre yield in moisture stress environment through evaluating stress tolerant lines.
MANAGEMENT OF PANDU (ANEMIA) WITH SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE ASPECT OF AYURVEDA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Akhilesh Kumar Singh1* and O.P.Singh2 The disease Pandu has been widely and thoroughly described in all Ayurvedic Samhitas. According to modern texts, all disorders of vitiated digestion, absorption and assimilation can be considered under Pandu. The percentage of anemia throughout the globe is increasing drastically especially in developing countries like India. Government is trying its best by implementing National Anemia Control Programme (NACP), National Anemia Prophylaxis Programme (NAPP) and 12*12 Programme time to time to control Anemia but very limited success has been achieved. In this study, a holistic approach of Dincharya, Rhituchrya, Ahar vidhi etc has been implemented in selected population group along with WHO recommended Ferrous Sulphate tablet. This study reveals that this approach is very effective in reducing signs and symptoms of Pandu (Anemia). The data were statically proved significant by using one way ANNOVA test.
An Integrated Framework for Disaster Management: Preparedness, Response, Recovery and Mitigation published in

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Prof. Sushmitha Sharad India is a land with a variety of climatic conditions, ranging from the snowfall of the north to the sweltering heat of the south. Natural disasters are very common in this country which is blessed and cursed with diversified yet unique climatic features. Even with the advancement in science and technology, the casualties in terms of human lives have only multiplied. The early disaster warning and the evacuating guidelines can have a major impact in reducing the resultant damage caused to lives and property. The major objective of our proposal is to provide an early disaster warning based on the information provided by various governmental monitoring agency and to ensure that all the endangered people are evacuated to a safer place before the disaster occurs.
Socio-Economic and Health Profile of the Community With A Focus on Population Education published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. B. Raveendra Naik, Dr. M. Venkata Kumar The growth of population has become one of the most fundamental of the human problem in India and the world. Age at marriage effects population growth through its direct effect on family size. To create awareness and to help in rational decision-making population education has to b e extended to all group without any exception. Nutritional status of the population has to be improved through imparting of nutrition education explaining the dietary value of the locally available cheap food stuffs and also eradication of among notion about certain of the food items which are of much importance to maintain sound health. Satisfied adopters through proper channel and make them to go in a right path.
Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumour of Large Intestine -- A Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Sujata S Giriyan, Dr Ganesh B D Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour(IMT) is a rare benign lesion in adults and children.It is a term used to describe a benign and rare process most commonly involving the lung but found in nearly every site in the body.3 A number of terms have been applied to the lesion, namely, inflammatory pseudotumour, fibrous xanthoma, plasma cell granuloma, pseudosarcoma, lymphoid hamartoma, myxoid hamartoma,inflammatory myofibrohistiocytic proliferation, benign myofibroblastoma, and most recently, inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour.The immunohistochemistry is usually utilized to confirm the myofibroblastic phenotype of the tumour spindle cells which are typically reactive to vimentin, SMA, muscle specific actin and desmin.1 We herein report a case of a 14 year old male presented with pain abdomen since two months and a mass in right iliac fossa. The patient underwent surgical excision of tumour and histology revealed that it was inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour which was confirmed by immunohistochemistry
A case Report of Perforated Primary Follicular Lymphoma of the Jejunum presenting as Aneurismal Form published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

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Thomas Marcel Mbar Wade*, Linda Bentefouet, Pape Abdoulaye Ba, Mohamed Lamine Diao, Adama Berthe and Ibrahima Konaté Primary Gastrointestinal Follicular Lymphoma is very rare. It is considered as an indolent lymphoma, but a complication such as a perforation can increase the morbidity and mortality. We report the case of a 57-years-old man who had a perforation primary follicular lymphoma of the jejunum presenting as aneurismal form. He had peritonitis at his admission, and his abdominal CT revealed a massive pneumoperitoneum and a segmental dilatation of the small intestine.
Production and Application of Amylase Enzyme for Bio-desizing published in

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
S. Karpagam Chinnammal 1*, K.V. ArunKumar 2. In this study an attempt has been made to study the effect of enzyme on desizing of cotton. Cotton fabric was subjected to desizing using enzyme commercially available. An attempt has also been made, to synthesize amylase enzyme from microbe and evaluate their suitability for desizing of cotton fabrics as against the commercial enzyme. The performance of enzyme treated fabric has been compared with that of the acid desized sample. The desized samples were subjected to various tests like residual starch, iodine test, absorbency, shrinkage, breaking strength and fabric weight. The effluent after the process was analysed for pH, BOD, COD, TDS and TSS.
Basics and Features of Artificial Neural Networks published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Rajesh CVS | M. Padmanabham The models of the computing for the perform the pattern recognition methods by the performance and the structure of the biological neural network. A network consists of computing units which can display the features of the biological network. In this paper, the features of the neural network that motivate the study of the neural computing are discussed and the differences in processing by the brain and a computer presented, historical development of neural network principle, artificial neural network (ANN) terminology, neuron models and topology are discussed. Rajesh CVS | M. Padmanabham"Basics and Features of Artificial Neural Networks" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9578.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/9578/basics-and-features-of-artificial-neural-networks/rajesh-cvs
DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH-SAVING COMPETENCE OF FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTH TEACHERS IN POSTGRADUATE PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Irina Pavlovna Vasylashko The article deals with importance of the development health-competence of secondary school teachers in accordance with modern requirements. Presents the structure of the competence and direction of health-competence of the teacher of the subject Fundamentals of Health in the system of postgraduate pedagogical education using new methodological approaches, one of which is - monitoring.
Design of Coarse Grain Architecture for DSP Application? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Kushal R. Kalmegh?, Prof. Vaishali Tehre? CGRAs consist of an array of a large number of function units (FUs) interconnected by a mesh style network. In stream-based applications, such as telecommunications, data encryptions, and signal processing are the workloads in many electronic systems. In these applications, the real-time constraints often have stringent energy and performance requirements. The application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) become inevitably a customized solution to meet these ever-increasing demands for highly repetitive parallel computations. In this project proposing a coarse grain architecture and mapping of some DSP Algorithm.
Level of Knowledge on Prevention of Calcium Deficiency Among Adolescent Girls published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Ms. R. Kavitha, Ms. Jeenu Sabu, Mrs. Vinili Simpson Approximately 99% of total body calcium is found in the skeleton. Bone mass accrual continues from infancy through to early adulthood until peak bone mass is calcium intake is important for bone health throughout the lifespan and for the prevention of osteoporotic fractures in later years. Calcium intake of children and adolescents in Asia, especially in India, is relatively low in comparison to their Western counterparts. Various studies from India report low calcium intake and hypocalcaemia among young girls, emphasizing the importance of increasing calcium intake in children and adolescents. Hence this study was aimed to assess the knowledge regarding prevention of calcium deficiency among adolescent girls. The objectives of the study were to assess the knowledge regarding prevention of calcium deficiency among adolescent girls and to associate the knowledge level with selected demographic variables. The study was conducted in the Mahabalipuram village. A non- experimental descriptive research design was used. A total of 30 samples were selected by using systematic random sampling. The knowledge level of the samples was assessed using a structured questionnaire. The collected data were analysed using the descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The study results revealed higher proportion (90%) of adolescent girls are having inadequate knowledge regarding prevention of calcium deficiency, there is also a significant relationship between age, religion, occupational status of mother and their knowledge score at the level of p<0.005. The study concludes that the nurse working at primary health centre should educate the adolescent girl during her school health programmes. Periodic health awareness camps should be organized at the village level targeting the adolescent girls. These awareness programmes will help to improve the knowledge among adolescent girls
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as a crusader for the Annihilation of Caste published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Rajender Pondra, Gajula Kumar Caste system in Indian Society is a class structure that is decided by birth. It divides people based on the profession and birth. Caste system in India is a system of social stratification which consists of two different concepts like Varna and Jati. There were four Varnas such as Brahmins, Kshtriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras during the Vedic Society. Dalits were always excluded from this Varna System and treated as Untouchables. Many Indian leaders and thinkers wrote and fought against the caste system and the practice of untouchability. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar theorized the necessity of Annihilation of Caste and dedicated his life for the eradication of caste system in India. Indeed, He is the first thinker who disseminated the idea that Annihilation of the caste system is the only solution to the problems associated with it. This paper tries to discuss the role of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar as a leader, human rights activist, thinker, writer and reformer for the eradication of the caste system in India. In the beginning it talks about Ambedkars life as a struggle. Then it establishes Ambedkar as a human rights activist and a champion of womens rights. It further explores Ambedkars vision for the casteless Indian society through Annihilation of Caste.
EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT ATTRIBUTES OF ORANGE (CITRUS SINENSISL.) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shivanki Aggarwal*1 & Sheel Sharma2 Phytochemicals are gaining unprecedented recognition as cardinal food constituentsto effectively mitigate rampant scenario of chronic, degenerative diseases. This study attempted to explore the antioxidant attributes of Orange (Citrus sinensisL.) in three categories: nutrient antioxidants estimation i.e. vitamin C and β-carotene, phytochemical quantification i.e. total phenols and flavonoids, and in vitro antioxidant assays expressed in terms of DPPH (2,2-Diphenyl-1-picrylhydracyl) radical scavenging assay, ABTS (2,2'-Azinobis-(3- ethylbenzothiazoline-6-sulphonic acid) radical scavenging assay and FRAP (Ferric reducing antioxidant power) assay. To undertake latter two prospects, aqueous-organic extracts were prepared from fresh orange sample. Results revealed the fruit to be rich in nutrient- and phytochemical-associated antioxidant potential, mean values of vitamin C, β-carotene, total phenols, total flavonoids, DPPH assay, ABTS assay and FRAP assay being noted as 14.84±0.23 mg/100g, 182.93±5.84 µg/100g, 81.42±7.47 mg GAE/100g, 11.35±0.99 mg CE/100g, 61.01±2.61 mg TE/100g, 96.92±6.05 mg TE/100g and 62.77±0.94 mg FeSO4/100g respectively, and therefore validate it to be a novel dietary agent as an antidote to chronic diseases linked with oxidative stress.
Atorvastatin with Niacin in the Management of Hyperlipidaemia published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Bekkam Shobha, Dr. M. Vanaja, Dr. Ramesh. K Background: The triglyceride (TG) level is one of several lipid parameters that can aid prediction of coronary heart disease (CHD) risk. An elevated plasma TG level is strongly associated with an increased risk of CHD.Methdology : A total of 50 patients for Atorvastatin and Niacin group were included in the study. The fasting blood samples were taken and serum (I) were stored frozen until analysed for TG, TC, LDL-C, HDL-C, and Lp (a). Blood samples were taken again at follow up and serum (II) was stored frozen until analysed for lipids by biochemical methods.Results: The mean cholesterol before treatment was 224.45 mg/dl and after treatment it was 192.14 mg/dl ( p value< 0.001). Conclusion: Combined statin with niacin may produce a more global and effective improvement in lipid blood levels than monotherapy and is generally safe and well tolerable.
Role of Radiography and High Resolution Computed Tomography In Multidrug Resistant Pulmonary Tuberculosis A Descriptive Study. published in

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G. Upendra Bhargava Mohan, B. Suresh, D. Harinath, O. Joji Reddy, Abdul Gafoor. J, S. Moksheswarudu, M. Padmalatha Introduction: There is no significant difference in clinical features of MDR-TB and Drug sensitive TB patients. Hence determination of characteristic radiological findings in MDR-TB patients might be of help in early detection and appropriate management of this disease entity. Objectives:To study the pattern of Radiographic and HRCT findings in MDR-TB patients andto establish the role of HRCT in predicting the possibility of MDR-TB. Materials and methods:34 culture positive MDR-TB patients underwent chest Radiograph and HRCT during January to June 2015. Detailed image analysis was done to describe parenchymal, pleural and mediastinal lesions. Results: Most common HRCT findings in order of prevalence were fibrotic/parenchymal bands seen in 27 patients followed by bronchiectasis, parenchymal nodules, cavities, collapse, calcified lymph nodes, tree-in-bud appearance, pleural thickening and consolidation in 19, 19, 14, 9, 9, 8, 7& 5 patients respectively. Conclusion: Multiple thick walled cavities distributed in upper lobes with simultaneous chronic changes like fibrodestruction, volume loss, calcified parenchymal granulomas and diffuse pleural thickening with calcifications strongly suggest MDR-T.B.
Acceptance of Internet Banking Services with Respect to Security and Privacy Perceptions: An Application of TAM published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Kashif Rashid, Fahad Zuberi The internet is playing a major role in providing financial services in Banking, leading to competitive edge in gaining banking customers, who would like essential banking services to be availed anywhere and at any time. The purpose of this research is to analyze the effect of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) on internet banking in Pakistan, Perceived Security Concern and Perceived Privacy Concern on Intention to Use fulfilling the academic gap identified as there is a lack of organized and comprehensive studies analyzing practical implications of Technology Acceptance Model in Internet Banking in Pakistan. This cross-sectional study is based on the deductive approach and the explanatory strategy. Upon doing a correlation analysis between the variables, findings suggest a strong positive correlation between TAM, Perceived Security Concern, Perceived Privacy Concern and Perceived Trust on Intention to Use.
REINVESTIGATION OF ESSENTIAL OIL CONTENT OF THAPSIA GARGANICA GROWN IN THE EAST OF ALGERIA published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
S. Ladjel, A. Zellagui, N. Gherraf Thapsia garganica is a very famous medicinal plant known especially for its therapeutic effects such as diuretic, emetic and purgative. A resin is extracted with alcohol from the bark of the root. The plant has been considered specific in treating pain, though caution is advised since it is poisonous to some mammals. The plant is also strongly rubefacient, producing blisters and intense itching. In the present study, we have undertaken a Reinvestigation of essential oil content of this widely used plant because of its important bioactive effect to heal many ailments.
A VALIDATED LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF SULFADOXINE AND PYRIMETHAMINE IN PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Kusuma Kumari2, Jyothi K Kasthuri1, B. Hari babu*1, P.V.V. Satyanarayana1 An accurate, simple and precise RP-HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of Sulfadoxine and Pyrimethamine in pharmaceutical formulations was developed and validated. Chromatographic separation of two drugs was achieved on a Kromasil C18, (250x4.6nm, 5?m) column by using the mobile phase consisted of methanol, acetonitrile and 0.1% ortho phosphoric acid in the ratio 10:50:40(v/v) at a flow rate of 1mL/min and the wavelength of detection was at 223 nm. The retention time for Sulfadoxine and Pyrimethamine were found to be 4.67 and 6.74 min respectively. The linearity of the developed method was tested over a concentration range of 50-350 ?g/mL for Sulfadoxine and 2-16 ?g/mL for Pyrimethamine and the correlation coefficient (r2) of regression for both the drugs was 0.999 which is almost equal to 1. The limit of quantification was 16?g/mL for Sulfadoxine and 0.8?g/mL for Pyrimethamine and the limit of detection was 5?g/mL for Sulfadoxine and 0.25?g/mL for Pyrimethamine. The mean percentage recoveries were 99.15% for Sulfadoxine and 99.3% for Pyrimethamine respectively.
A Critical Analysis of Terrorism and Military Operations in Malakand Division (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) published in

Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR)

Published by Humanity Publications
Mr Musab Yousufi, Prof Dr Fakhr Ul Islam The 9/11 was a paradigm shifting event in the international and global politics. On September 11, 2001, two jet planes hit the twin's tower in United States of America (USA). US official authorities said that it is done by alQaeda. This event also changes Pakistan's internal and foreign policies. The government of United States compel Afghan Taliban government to handover the master mind of 9/11 attack and their leader Osama bin Laden but the talks failed between the both governments. Therefore US government compel the government of Pakistan to give us Military bases and assistance against Afghan Taliban. Pakistan agreed with US as frontline ally of US in war on terror. The majority of Pakistani people were not happy with the decision, therefore, some non-state actors appeared in different part of the country especially in Malakand Division and FATA to support Taliban regime in Afghanistan. In Malakand Division Mulana Sufi Muhammad head of Tehrik Nifaz-e-Shariat-e-Muhammadi started a proper armed campaign for Afghan Taliban Support and sent thousands of people to Afghanistan support Taliban against US and their allied forces. It was a basic reason behind the emergence of terrorism in Malakand division KP but it did not played it role alone to cause terrorism in the region. Many other important factors i.e. weak political administration, unemployment, economic deprivation, socio-political instability constituted the main reason that opened room for non-state actors to consolidate their grip on the region.
Effect of Biotic and Abiotic Stress on the Development and Production of Calligonum Polygonoides Subsp.Comosum Grown in Tunisian Arid Conditions published in

AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES

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Adel Dhief,Lefi Elkadri, Samira Aschi-Smiti, Mohamed Neffati In recent decades, pre-Saharian Tunisian consequences of desertification have gradually become a major environmental problem. We are witnessing the continuous degradation of natural vegetation, due to various human activities. These activities often lead to overgrazing, due to the decline in the size of the course (after cultivation) and increased grazing pressure, manifested by the degradation of the vegetation cover. Such quantitative and / or qualitative degradation is accompanied by irreversible changes in the flora and, therefore, plant faces marked by the dominance of abandoned animals by species. To study the effects of seasonal drought and grazing on the parameters of vegetative growth and floristic diversity in canopy, several cuts were made and transects were installed in an experimental plot located in the region of El Ouara (southern Tunisia). Recovery and floristic density were measured during two seasons (fall and spring) with the use of point quadrat method. The main results of this study show that: For physically undisturbed plants, high productions were recorded in spring and summer. However for physically disturbed plants, that is to say, cut twice, the species showed in irrigated and dry higher capacity spring regrowth (cut in February-March). In general, a significant difference of biomass (B) between the two regimes was observed in spring. Grain production was limited to spring in both water regimes. The annual / perennial ratio is more influenced by seasonal drought the effect of grazing in the sense of a reduction of vegetation cover is more remarkable in the fall. The overall recovery of the vegetation may be considered a good indicator of the structural state of the ecosystem. Alpha and beta diversity is in turn good indicators of ecosystem structure that should be followed in similar studies
Does Bancassurance Products Flourishing in Tamilnadu Region? published in

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Mrs. P. Kavitha,Mrs. R. Subashini One of the most significant changes in the financial services sector over the past few years has been the appearance and development of bancassurance. Banking institutions and insurance companies have found bancassurance to be an attractive activity. The paper explores the scope for Bancassurance model by exploiting the synergy in the context of TamilNadu having the largest banking network on the one hand and lowers insurance penetration and insurance density on the other hand. A survey analysis has also been done so as to know the popularity and the growth perspectives of Bancassurance. The article examines inclination towards buying insurance products through banks i.e. Bancassurance products. Data were gathered through structured questionnaire from 289 valued professionals using convenient sampling method in TamilNadu region. Using Statistical package for social science (SPSS),Factor Analysis, Chi-Square, Reliability analysis tools were employed and Garret Ranking Technique to infer the various preferences to buy insurance products through banks instead from others
Benefits of Implementing Automated Costing in a Small Machine Shop: A Case Study published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Benito A Gonzalez, Alley C Butler Knowledge based cost estimating systems are available, but is there a lower limit to their applicability in an industrial environment? This paper answers this question by examining a knowledge based cost estimating expert system application in a small machine shop. Differences between the traditional experienced-based system currently employed and the automated system are studied. Data is gathered to analyze time effectiveness, accuracy, and payback of the software. Data from seventy part models is recorded to study the time experiment and data from fifty part models is used to study accuracy and consistency. The results indicate that the software is faster than traditional quoting systems; however, the payback point is high. Also, results show that the software has a smaller average time to manufacture percent difference between the automated system and the actual time to manufacture (TTM) compared to the percentage difference between the traditional TTM and actual TTM. Standard deviation for the automation is also less, implying better consistency. As a result, the attractiveness of the automated system in the limiting case of a small machine shop rests with significantly improved accuracy and consistency rather than payback.
CHAMAECOSTUS CUSPIDATUS A SHORT REVIEW ON ANTI DIABETIC PLANT A. Naga Jyothi*, E. Priyanka, D. Eswar Tony, Rama Rao Nadendla published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
A. Naga Jyothi*, E. Priyanka, D. Eswar Tony, Rama Rao Nadendla Chamaecostus cuspidatus is commonly known as fiery costus, it is a member of costaceae, and it is a newly introduced plant in India from south-central America. The leaves of this plant are used as a dietary supplement in treatment of diabetes mellitus. A number of researches have been carried out to evaluate the antidiabetic potential of plant. It has been proven to posses various pharmacological activities on diuretics, antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-cancerous. Key words: insulin plant, antidiabetic activity, quercetin, spiral flag.
Determinants of Bio Cultural Vulnerability and Health Care Fallacies Among Two Major Ethnic Group Inhabitants of Eastern Uttar Pradesh published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Vineet Kumar Verma, A. K. Kapoor Indias achievements in the field of rural health care delivery have been less than satisfactory and that burden of diseases among the rural Indian population remains high. The present study is to understand the determinants of bio-cultural vulnerability and their emerging threat among Rajput and Sonar of eastern Uttar Pradesh State. This study is attempts to deal with aspects that have a bearing on the health status and health care system particularly of the two dominate caste groups i.e. Rajput and Sonar. The so called determinants of health are medicinal practices, perception about health and new health care interventions - play a crucial role in the health status of the both caste group. The present study looks into the factors relating to health care services among Sonar and Rajput of eastern U.P, but it is a matter of fact that the better health achievements of the State are not truly reflected in all sections of population
Quality of work life (QWL) an inevitable issue to focus on for business survival published in

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Mrs. Reema Surve Quality of Work Life (QWL) is becoming an increasingly popular concept in recent times. It basically talks about the methods in which an organization can ensure the holistic well-being of an employee instead of just focusing on work-related aspects. Quality of work life is specifically related to the level of happiness a person derives for his career. Employees with a high quality of work life generally make enough to live comfortably, find their work to be interesting or engaging and achieve a level of personal satisfaction or fulfillment from the jobs that they do. In other words, employees who are generally happy with their work are said to have a high quality of work life, and those who are unhappy by their work are said to have a low quality of work life. In todays scenario, high QWL is essential for organizations to continue to attract and retain employees. QWL offers a value frame and the social technology of organizational change leading to task effectiveness of micro entities through utilization and unfolding of human potential. Various valuable dimensions of Quality of Work Life like recent strategies, benefits to employees, as well as company by taking practices of QWL in Google Company discussed in the paper.
A Comparison between Relational Databases and NoSQL Databases published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Behjat U Nisa Databases are used for storing and managing large amounts of data. Relational model is useful when it comes to reliability but when it comes to the modern applications dealing with large amounts of data and the data is unstructured; non-relational models are usable. NoSQL databases are used to store large amounts of data. NoSQL databases are non-relational, distributed, open source and are horizontally scalable. This paper provides the comparison of the relational model with NoSQL Behjat U Nisa"A Comparison between Relational Databases and NoSQL Databases" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11214.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/database/11214/a-comparison-between-relational-databases-and-nosql-databases/behjat-u-nisa
Smart Blood Finder published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Abhijeet Gaikwad | Nilofar Mulla | Tejashri Wagaj | Raviraj Ingale | Prof. Brijendra Gupta | Prof. Kamal Reddy In case of emergency needs the most important lives saver necessity is Blood. Blood Banks are the main providers of blood who receives blood from various donors, monitors the blood groups database and in case of emergencies makes the available to the hospital whenever needed. The major problem faced by the main blood providers and the need is the availability of donor at right time. We hereby took a step forward to build a system to create a network of people who can help each other in need. We propose an application where the Blood banks can timely update the Blood Stock availability and donor and register themselves to donor and user can find blood availability nearby him/her. In the urgent time of a blood requirement, user can quickly check for blood banks, hospitals or donor as per requirement matching a particular or related blood group and reach out to them through the App. Application tends to provide list of blood banks in user area. A large number of blood donors are attracted using an Android application. Since almost everyone carries a mobile phone with him, it ensures instant location tracking and communication. Registered user, who is willing to donate blood can pledge him/her to donate and will be able to access the service. In this application we are using the GPS technology that will be used to trace the way to the blood bank. The user will get the route to reach the desired location and he/she wont have to ask manually, therefore time can be saved. Abhijeet Gaikwad | Nilofar Mulla | Tejashri Wagaj | Raviraj Ingale | Prof. Brijendra Gupta | Prof. Kamal Reddy"Smart Blood Finder" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7183.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/7183/smart-blood-finder/abhijeet-gaikwad
Growth, seed cotton yield and yield attributes of American cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) hybrids under different spacing and nitrogen levels published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
KULVIR SINGH Field studies were conducted at Punjab Agricultural University, Regional Station, Faridkot during Kharif 2013 to evaluate the performance of two hirsutum hybrids (FHH200 and LHH144) in main, two spacing levels (67.575 cm and 67.590 cm) in sub and three nitrogen levels (i.e. 112,150 and 187 kg N/ha) in sub plots of Split Plot Design replicated thrice. FHH200 recorded significantly highest seed cotton yield (SCY) of 2953.1 kg/ha followed by LHH144 (2495.2 kg/ha), while among spacing levels differences were non-significant. Among tested N levels, 150 kg N resulted in highest SCY (2868.1 kg/ha) followed by 187kg N (2738.1 kg/ha) while statistically least SCY was recorded with 112 kg N (2566.3 kg/ha). Though cost of cultivation increased with each increase of nutrient levels, but gross as well as net returns improved significantly only up to 100 per cent RD and declined thereafter. B:C ratio was significantly higher under 150kg N/ha (2.34) as compared to 187 kgN/ha (2.15). Farmers should opt for FHH200 and a spacing level of 67.575cm for hirsutum hybrids and must apply N @150kg/ha to realize higher SCY and consequently remunerative returns.
An Impact Study on Hello Kastakar on Line Radio Programme published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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A. S. Gomase, P. V. Yadgirwar, P. K. Wakle, S.P Salame Findings of correlation coefficients between Annual Income, Sources of information and timeliness of information with utilization of information by the respondents were found to be positively significant. Annual Income, cropping intensity, Sources of information and timeliness of information with monetary gained due to use of information by the respondents were found to be positively significant. It clearly indicated that the monetary gains of respondents (farmers) are positively related with their annual income, cropping intensity and also highly significant with sources of information Hello Kastakar and timeliness information. It is a fact that the increasing annual income, cropping intensity, Sources of information and timeliness of information perceived by the respondents leads to increasing in the rate adoption of improved agricultural technology.
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF TASTE MASKING METHODS OF ONDANSETRON HCl published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mangesh.R. Bhalekar*, Ashwini R. Madgulkar, Rahul R. Padalkar, Dipul. B.Manwar The present work was aimed to mask the bitter taste of ondansetron HCl using different methods including ion exchange complexation and liquid matrix of xyloglucan polymer. Ondansetron HCl is 5HT3 receptor antagonist used for treatment of emesis. The drug has bitter taste therefore faces problem in oral administration. Indion 234 was used for ion exchange complex formation. The process was optimized for maximum drug loading. It was observed that drug and resin when used in 1:1 ratio gave optimum outcomes. Complexes were evaluated for drug loading, taste evaluation and drug release. Characterization of complex was carried out with the help of IR spectroscopy. Taste masked suspension of this drug resin complex was formulated and evaluated for taste, drug content, viscosity, sedimentation volume, drug release. Evaluation of suspension shows satisfactory result with 73.3 % drug release within 20 min. In another method a liquid matrix of xyloglucan in syrup base was formulated and evaluated for taste, drug content, pH viscosity and drug release. Polymer concentration 5 % and sugar concentration 10 % showed satisfactory result. Comparative In vitro taste evaluation of drug resin complex suspension and syrup with xyloglucan polymer shows that suspension with drug resin complex was more beneficial in taste masking.
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF NIMORAZOLE TABLET DOSAGE FORM BY UV SPECTROPHOTOMETRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A Santosh Kumar Sreevatsav*, N.Mamatha, MD.Fiaz, W.A.Karthikayan, G.Latha A new U.V.spectophotometric method was developed and validated as per ICH guidelines for the quantitative determination of nimorazole. The solvent used is mixture containing acetonitrile:water(50:50).The wavelength corresponding to maximum absorbance of the drug was found to be 302nm. Beers law was observed in the concentration range of 5-25?g/ml. The method was validated for several parameters like accuracy, precision, robustness as per ICH guidelines. The values of relative standard deviation and %assay were found to be satisfactory indicating that the proposed method is precise and accurate and hence can be used in the routine analysis of nimorazole in bulk and pharmaceutical formulations.
MAIN PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IN INDONESIA published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Ima Fatima, Dermawan Wibisono The era of free market and world economy globalization further encourages the opening of cooperation in various fields, as well as an opportunity for foreign investors to develop its business in Indonesia, not least in the sector of construction industry. This condition has certainly improved the climate of increasingly fierce competition in this sector. To face this global competition, it is necessary to take some anticipatory steps to perform various improvements to the construction company to improve the quality of the company's performance. Efforts to improve the company's construction services can be done through a system of control over the factors that affect the company's performance that ultimately determine the success of company in achieving its goals. This paper aims to identify and define main indicators that determine the performance of construction companies in Indonesia, as a first step in an effort to design a suitable Performance Management System (PMS) for construction industry. With specific reference to Knowledgebased Performance Management System (KBPMS), appropriate performance variables were chosen from various literatures. Questionnaires were addressed to the Executives of selected construction SOEs (state-owned enterprises). The Delphi method was conducted to analyze variables interrelation. Findings of this case study research provide a set of main indicators that are useful as an initial step to design a PMS at corporate level for measuring performance of construction services companies in Indonesia. Keywords: Construction Company, Corporate Level PMS, KBPMS, Performance Indicators
Role and Requirement of Students and Teachers in Quality Enhancement of Higher Education Institutions published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Vijay Singh Enhancing quality and relevance of education has been the prime challenge for India since long back. Various strategies have been evolved to counter this challenge. After secondary education students are required to come out with comprehensive knowledge, excellent communication skills and competent enough to face the various challenges in this intricate and interdependent world. Quality is multifaceted concept and several strategies for quality assurance and management at individual and organisational level are required. Assistance and role of many stakeholders in this field can be exercised. These stakeholders play vital role for enhancing quality of education in Higher Education Institutes. Role of two stakeholder viz. students and teachers have been discussed in this paper. Sincere and loyal efforts on the part of students and teachers through their involvement in decision making, policy formulation, curriculum construction etc can bring metamorphosis in this field. Relationship of students with teachers is of paramount nature and remains forever. So, major part of responsibilities for enhancing the quality of education lies on the shoulder of these two stakeholders. Certain liabilities on the part of students and teachers, destined for some constructive outcome has been covered in this paper. Multi areas of students and teachers participation, challenges faced by them and suggestions for inclusive developments in Higher Education Institutions are discussed in this paper. Vijay Singh"Role and Requirement of Students and Teachers in Quality Enhancement of Higher Education Institutions" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7142.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/7142/role-and-requirement-of-students-and-teachers-in-quality-enhancement-of-higher-education-institutions/vijay-singh
Can Mucocutaneous Ulceration be a Part of Monitoring Guidelines for Methotrexate Toxicity ? published in

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Dr. Sanjiv Choudhary, Dr. Prashant Mahajan There are monitoring guidelines to prevent methotrexate toxicity. Pancytopenia and mucocutaneous ulcerations are the important early laboratory and clinical findings of methotrexate toxicity respectively. Mucocutaneous ulceration especially mucositis is an early predictor of methotrexate toxicity well before laboratory evidence. We are reporting three cases of psoriasis vulgaris with methotrexate toxicity. In 1st case, patient developed mucocutaneous erosions after single test dose of methotrexate without myelosupression suggestive of idiosyncratic reaction. In 2nd case, patient took methotrexate for longer duration without any monitoring and developed mucocutaneous ulcerations and myelosupression suggestive of cumulative toxicity. In our 3rd case, patient developed myelosupression and mucocutaneous ulceration due to daily dosing. Mucocutaneous ulceration is the consistant clinical sign of methotrexate toxicity observed in all cases and it can be seen even without myelosupression as in our 1st case. In our opinion, mucocutaneous ulcerations should be included as one of the clinical sign under methotrexate monitoring guidelines.
Conformally Polyaniline Coated Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes: Synthesis and Characterization published in

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Sarika Mishra, Anoop Kumar S, Avanish Pratap Singh, A. C. Nigam Conducting polymer composites are globally explored owing to their potential use in various applications such as organic light emitting diode, solar cells, corrosion protection and electromagnetic interference shielding. In this series, herein, we developed a strategy for conformal coating of polyaniline on multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) for their potential use in strategic areas. ?Naphthalenesulphonic acid (?NSA) was used as surfactant and dopant which offers the conformal coating on MWCNTs. Polyaniline (PANI) MWCNTs composites have been prepared by chemical oxidative polymerization route whose conductivity lies in the range 17.2181.7 S/cm. The TEM analysis of composites reveals the presence of thick and uniform coating of PANI over surface of MWCNT. The SEM of PCNT25 also revealed the nonporous nature of coatings, which can be used for selective incorporation of other nanoparticles. Morphology of PC indicates the incorporation of MWCNT in PANI matrix. Such engineered conformally polymer coated MWCNTs could be a promising candidate for next generation building block material in various applications.
A NOVEL APPROACH FOR DESIGNING HYBRID TURBO CODES USING DOUBLE STAGE INTERLEAVER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Suman * , Sumit Dalal Interleaver being an integral component of the communication system. The interleavers tend to avoid the burst errors by splitting the signals and t he turbo codes are used to reduce the BER. The paper will describes a new approach to design a new class of turbo codes that would reduce the decoder complexity, such turbo codes will be known as modified turbo codes taking Decoder complexity as the main pa rameter consideration for the design of modified turbo codes. T he author presents the design of two types of modified turbo codes, the one would be called as Low Complexity Hybrid turbo codes (LCHTC) and the other one Improved Low Complexity Hybrid Turbo C odes (ILCHTC).
Effects of Sub-Grade and Sub-Base Materials Quality on Flexible Pavement A Case Study published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Getu Tamiru | Palani Ponnurangam Flexible pavements are composed of asphaltic layer, base course sub base materials which laid over a well compacted and strong sub grade foundation soil. Basic engineering properties of Sub grade materials are required for design and Coarse grained soils serves as good for supporting pavements whereas fine grained soils, particularly clayey soils pose problem to pavement. Jimma town is a big trade center and coffee production areas of in Ethiopia but, the current existing condition most parts of the road are deteriorated. The objective of this research was to investigate effects of subgrade and sub-base materials quality on flexible pavement. The distress is categorized by level of severity according to Ethiopian Roads Authority ERA standard specification to get 4-stations high deterioration of block crack, 6-stations medium deterioration of Alligator crack and 5-stations low deterioration of edge crack of the studied stretch along Ajip to Gebrel church of 10 km in Jimma town. The samples taken randomly from the deteriorated area of the subgrade and sub-base materials of 15 stations and laboratory tests conducted and also the results were discussed, compared with the ERA, AASHTO and ASTM. The tests result NMC OMC indicated that excess water in the subgrade and sub-base materials according to AASHTO D-180 specification, compaction of subgrade and sub-base layers are below the minimum requirement MDD 97 laboratory density of AASHTO, poor strength CBR 1.76gm cc of AASHTO T-193 and ERA specification, sieve analysis for gradation out of the upper and lower limit of AASHTO T-27 for the subgrade and sub-base materials. These can be causes of pavement deterioration on flexible pavement. But, the Atterberg's limit test results satisfy the standard specification of ASTM D-4318. From this research recommended that the designer and contractor should be follow the minimum requirement set by standard specification regarding the engineering properties of materials, the side ditch must be constructed so as to prevent infiltration of water to the under lining strata, seal coats shall be applied to prevent infiltration of water through cracked surfaces to subgrade layer of the pavement. Getu Tamiru | Palani Ponnurangam "Effects of Sub-Grade and Sub-Base Materials Quality on Flexible Pavement: A Case Study" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18635.pdf
Extractive Separation of Iron and Cobalt Using Tributylphosphine Oxide as an Extractant published in

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Y. V. Ghalsasi Extraction studies of Iron and Cobalt are undertaken from salicylate media using Tributylphosphine oxide (TBPO) as extractant. Optimum extraction conditions are evaluated and compared critically, for both ions. The nature of extracted species is ascertained with logD-logC plots. Extraction mechanism is discussed for both the systems, which is found to proceed through formation of solvated species. The method permits mutual separation of Iron (III) and Cobalt (II) and from associated elements. Method also facilitates separation of iron (III) from alloys and pharmaceutical samples.
ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE OF JSC LDTS DOKTORA DUKINA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Tatyana Yurevna Grubich; Anastasia Vladimirovna Shrolik In article the concepts architecture of the enterprise and business architecture are considered. The analysis of business architecture of health center is carried out. Business processes of object of research are in detail considered and described. Following the results of the analysis conclusions are drawn and recommendations are made.
Effect of Thermal Spraying & Plasma Nitriding Treatments on Fatigue Life of En-24 Shafting Steel published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
U. N. Puntambekar, G. S. Grewal, P. B. Joshi, P. Sampathkumaran and T. P. Govindan In the present work, the fatigue strength modifi cation factors for a number of surface engineering treatments on EN-24 shafting alloy steels have been investigated. The surface treatments include, thermal spraying with Alumina & Zirconia & Plasma nitriding with & without white layer. For this purpose, Basquintype relationships for alternating stress versus cycles to failure have been developed. Based on these relationships, the surface treatment modifi cation factors in terms of power law relationships have been evolved.
Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) Events in the Ascending Phases of Solar Cycle-23 and 24 - A Comparative Study published in

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Balendra Pratap Singh, Bharti Nigam, P. K. Chamadia, C. M. Tiwari We have analyzed the coronal mass ejections (CMEs) events for the ascending phases of solar cycle-23 and 24 i.e. for the time of interval 1996-2000 and 2008-2012 respectively. According to width distribution of CMEs we have find that, halo CMEs are 3% of total in the ascending phase of solar cycle-23 but in the ascending phase of solar cycle-24 only 2% of total CMEs are halo, whereas according to speed distribution of CMEs, Coronal Mass Ejections of higher speeds i.e. >1500 km/sec are only 1% of total in the ascending phase of solar cycle-23 and in the ascending phase of solar cycle-24 only 0.32% (~ 0%) of total CMEs having speed >1500 km/ sec, but on the basis of total occurrence of CMEs in the ascending phase of solar cycle-24 (2008-2012), 63% CMEs are occurred whereas in the ascending phase of solar cycle-23 (1996-2000) only 37% CMEs are occurred.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF RP-HPLC METHOD FOR ESTIMATION OF ANAGRELIDE HYDROCHLORIDE IN PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
J.Sony*, C.Balashekaran, M.prasadarao. A simple, fast and reproducible reverse phase liquid chromatography (RP-HPLC) method was developed for the estimation of anagrelide hydrochloride in bulk drugs and formulations. The method was developed using Hypercil ODS- C18 (150 4.6mm, 5?) column, mobile phase 0.1% triethylamine in Milli-Q-water (pH 3.0 adjusted with orthophosphoric acid) and acetonitrile in the ratio of 60:40%v/v with isocratic elution at a flow rate of 1.5ml/min. System Suitability test were performed for the assurance of quality performance of method. The retention time of anagrelide hydrochloride was found to be 6.985min. The method was validated for accuracy, precision, reproducibility, specificity, limit of detection, limit of quantification and robustness as per ICH guidelines. All the parameters were within limits. The mean recovery was 99.9%. Limit of Detection was found to be 0.053?g/ml and Limit of Quantification was found to be 0.16?g/ml respectively. The proposed method gave good resolution of Anagrelide Hydrochloride and its degradation products. The developed method can be used for the routine quality control analysis in labs.
Treatment Communication Strategies and Adherence to Art- Perspectives From Clients and Health Professionals in Public Funded Treatment Sites published in

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BY ONEKUTU, Patience and OJEBODE, Ayobami. This paper analyses communication strategies employed by health service providers in ensuring medication adherence among HIV-positive clients enrolled in 3 outpatient drug treatment sites. Communication has been identified as important for educating the public, influencing attitudes and perceptions, generating demands for services and improving provider-client interaction, hence the need to employ it as part of the strategies required for improving the quality of lives of PLWHA specifically, and generally, for fighting against the HIV scourge. As part of an open-ended semi-structured interview, 27 health service providers discussed the communication strategies employed in ensuring adherence to ART. Also, 580 HIV- positive adults currently on antiretroviral medications were recruited to participate in a questionnaire survey, and 48 others in focus group discussion. Adherence was linked with effective provider- client communication. Findings showed that interpersonal communication was intensively used in all 3 sites (over 77%) while all the other channels had no significant reach. Moreover, most health professionals and clients (80%) believed in the efficacy of interpersonal communication in bringing about behavioural change. The results demonstrate that HIV/AIDS communication need to move beyond assumptions to proper analysis of issues. While viable new channels may be initiated, existing channels should not be neglected.
A Study on Analysis of Equity Share Price Movements of Selected Banking Scrips published in

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A. Arun Prakash, P. Shanmugha Priya Research Issue: The market price of the shares of a company tends to change according to internal as well as external factors. The stock market indices may have a greater impact on the share prices which determine the volatility or otherwise of the shares. The present study has been undertaken to analyze the share price movement of bank industry as the rise in investment values throughout India which leads to revenue generation for the banks. Research Objective: 1. To analyze and understand the share price behavior of the selected banking scrips. 2. To study how fluctuations in stock price influence the buy or sell decisions. 3. To analyze the performance of bank nifty and nifty. 4. To predict the trend in the price movements of the selected banking scrips based on the bank nifty. Research Tools: Simple Moving Average (SMA), Relative Strength Index (RSI), Money Flow Index (MFI) and Linear Regression Findings: Based on the technical analysis the researcher identifies that there is a crossover of SMA 20 and 50 the share price of Oriental Bank of Commerce, SBI, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank during 2014 which continues in an upward direction indicating that the market is going to be in a bullish trend. This is also conforming by RSI and MFI index movement. Practical Implications: Through this research the researcher advise to invest to the investors in their money on the following Banking Scrips, OBC, SBI, ICICI and HDFC Banks. Because during 2014 these are all in an upward direction indicating that the market is going to be in a bullish trend.
Dimension of Customer Satisfaction in the Hotel Business published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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S. Jayakanth and Dr.B. Adalarasu Customer Satisfaction is the key Challenges for the Hotel Business, because it is unpredictable and customer interest towards food is keep on changing. Hence Providing Customer satisfaction and maintaining it to the greatest extent is a typical task for the Hotel owners. In the competitive scenario, it is very hectic task to differentiate the service quality among the competitors in order to retain the existing customers. The vast development in the Indian tourism sector customer expectation on quality food products and hygienic services in the current trend has moved to professionalism. Successful businesses evidence the match between customer demand and service quality. The Objective of this research is to identify the traveller?s comments and their satisfaction in the selected leading hotels. The researcher expects that this study will ensure the professionalism followed in the hotel business and estimates the methods followed in the hotel business for customer satisfaction.
THE PRIORITIES OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov Globalization of science inevitably leads to the emergence and development of new scientific journals are able to meet the changing environment, indexed in a large number of international scientometric databases, and recognized by international agencies and associations. The article describes aspects of the work of the international scientific journal ISJ Theoretical Applied Science and the priorities for further development.
A Comprehensive Geochemical Evaluation of Heavy Metals in Drinking Water published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sarala Thambavani D1* and Uma Mageswari T.S.R 2 A comprehensive groundwater heavy metal contamination in groundwater study was conducted in Batlagundu, Dindigul District, Tamilnadu aiming to investigate the impacts of urbanization on the aqueous distributions of these elements. Groundwater samples were collected in highly urbanized spaces in the area and analyzed for heavy metals such as Zn, Cu, Pb, Cd and Fe. The results were compared with BIS and WHO standards. The concentrations of Zn were within the desirable limit at all the sampling sites. Other metals such as Fe, Cd, Cu and Pb exceed the limits. It is a well-known fact that the heavy metal ions are potentially toxic to human health and could be quite detrimental for human life. Pearson correlation analysis showed that the mean concentrations of heavy metals in the groundwater samples were positively correlated with each other. This study keep scores the value of multivariate statistical analysis for evaluation and interpretation of the data with a view to stimulate better policy outcomes and decision-making that positively impact water quality and thus prospectively diminishes the pollution caused by hazardous toxic elements in environment. Correlation coefficient between the heavy metals was calculated with a help of a programming tool SAP-ABAP.
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
Digitalization in Marketing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mrs Sayli Sameer Bapat The world has transitioned into a digital environment. For today's businesses, it is imperative to have a website and use the web as a means to interact with their customers. There are some successful traditional marketing strategies, particularly if you are reaching a largely local audience, but it is important to take advantage of digital marketing so as to keep up in today's world. Online Marketing uses internet to deliver promotional marketing messages. Digital marketing is also known as Internet marketing, but their actual processes differ, as digital marketing is considered more targeted, measurable and interactive. It includes Internet marketing techniques, such as Display advertising , Web Banner advertising, pop ups, text ads, display ads, Social Media Marketing SMM , Mobile Advertising, E-mail Advertising, Search Engine Optimization SEO , Search Engine Marketing SEM and link building. It also extends to non-Internet channels that provide digital media, such as short messaging service SMS , Multimedia Messaging Service MMS , callback and on-hold mobile ring tones, e-books, optical disks and games. Mrs Sayli Sameer Bapat "Digitalization in Marketing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Conference on Digital Economy and its Impact on Business and Industry , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18671.pdf
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: A STRATEGIC TOOL IN BANKING published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Fatima Damana Banking industry has gone through many changes from time to time. Globalization and rapid increase in competition has emphasized the banks to be more productive and profitable. Banks should strongly focus on relationship management with customers in order to retain them.
PHARMACOGNOSTICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEW ON AYURVEDIC PLANT ANKOLAH-[Alangium salvifolium (Linn. F) Wang. (Alangiaceae)] published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Bidhan Mahajon*, Rupashri Nath, Remadevi R. Alangium salviifolium (Linn. F) Wang. is commonly known as Ankolah, a well known medicinal plant in Ayurveda. It is a small tree found over the plains and foothills throughout India. In Ayurveda the roots and the fruits of this plant are used for the treatment of rheumatism and haemorrhoid. Externally it is used for the treatment of bites by rabbits, rats and dogs. The plant is also popular in folk medicine and has been studied for its anti-inflammatory, antifertility and cardiotonic etc activities. Its dried seeds have traditionally been used to treat various ailments. Present study aimed to document the all available data regarding the Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical study of this important medicinal plant. Various text books and related information from internet were collected and analysed here. Review suggests that still various area of action of this plant yet to be explored to justify its traditional uses.
Prediction Models for Estimation of California Bearing Ratio for Cohesive Soil published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aye Aye Myat | Nyan Myint Kyaw | Htay Win Cohesive soils are well known for their low strength properties. Thus, they are inappropriate for geotechnical works. Soils may be stabilized to increase strength and durability. Stabilization with cement is a common treatment technology. The present study examines the strength of cement stabilized soil. The laboratory tests were carried out in order to study the strength of california bearing ratio (CBR). Nine clayey soils with different properties were mixed with various amounts of cement content (3, 6, 9 and 12%) and compacted at the optimum moisture content and maximum dry density. Soaked or unsoaked condition of soil affects the CBR value. The test results show that unsoaked CBR before stabilization ranges between 2.78% and 10.22% which that of its corresponding soaked samples range between 1.01% and 9.5%. After stabilization, the values of unsoaked CBR range between 3.08% and 47%. The maximum values of unsoaked CBR are within 10.8% to 47%. So it can be used as sub-base condition. The conventional CBR testing method is expensive and time consuming. The laboratory test results were used for the development of regression based model to predict unsoaked and soaked CBR values for natural and cement stabilized soil. Aye Aye Myat | Nyan Myint Kyaw | Htay Win"Prediction Models for Estimation of California Bearing Ratio for Cohesive Soil" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12819.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/12819/prediction-models-for-estimation-of-california-bearing-ratio-for-cohesive-soil/aye-aye-myat
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPORTANCE OF QUALIFIED HUMAN RESOURCES ON BRAND IMAGE AND ON INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS OF ISTANBUL FINANCIAL CENTER WITH LATEST RANKINGS AND SURVEYS published in

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics(JMML)

Published by PressAcademia
Cuneyt Dirican Istanbul Financial Center Project was raised in 1985 by the Foundation of Finance Managers, Finance Club Turkey. Taking part in the National Development Plan of 2007-2013, published in the Official Gazette in May 2010, Istanbul International Financial Center Project (IFC) entered into force. To be accepted as a financial center many requirements must be fulfilled so as to provide general norms regarding the global examples. In particular, building and urban oriented financial center perception must be replaced by other critical decisions and much more than taxes or capital, i.e. skilled workforce and qualified human resources. In this study, Istanbul Financial Center's marketing capabilities, brand image and competitiveness are examined under "Qualified Manpower" and Education / Trainings headlines. The latest international surveys and rankings are also considered within this conceptual and theoretical paper and it is aimed to provide a different approach for future academic and professional applications. Keywords: Istanbul Financial Center, education, financial services marketing, human resources, capital markets JEL Classification: A20, G10, G24
Family Guy and the Characteristics of Popular Culture published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Anca Anton Family Guy is an animated series developed using the sitcom recipe, directed at adults, that reflects modern popular culture with its absurd humour feeding on an incredible diversity of cultural products. It is inspired by The Simpsons, but draws heavily on other animated series, originated especially in the Hanna-Barbera universe: The Flintstones, The Jetsons. Family Guyis an excellent example for what a product of American popular culture is as it basically is a TV show that stores, lists and reinterprets an enormous quantity of other cultural products; it makes the best out of that stock of products that circulate the media channels of the industrialized world, forming the mass culture (Fiske, 1989).
Development of Low Cost Solar Cell and Inverter published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ashvini Admane | Dr. Harikumar Naidu The first law of thermodynamics postulates that the total amount of energy in the universe is constant. The sun provides plant the food by photosynthesis. Thus the sun is a renewable energy sources of all the life on earth, The photovoltaic energy generated by sun uses solar cell to absorb the sunlight which it transmitted as electric charge in the circuit .The solar panel transfers the energy from the sun by trapping the photon. and ejecting an electron from semiconductor to produce energy .semiconductor has an energy gap between valence electron and conduction Electron. Tio2 is a wide band gap semiconductor. The gap is very wide and the energy from sunlight can not release electrons easily but if the exited electron are received from the blackberry juice then the blackberry juice becomes slightly positive (oxidised),Thus if it is in demand of an electron to become neutral. If electrode coated with graphite come in contact with blackberry juice and Tio2 and iodine electrolyte which acts like a boat bringing electrons. This is the basic similar process which is observed and is known as photosynthesis in plants. The solar cell was fabricated on glass plate and tested for generation of voltage successfully in the sun. Ashvini Admane | Dr. Harikumar Naidu"Development of Low Cost Solar Cell and Inverter" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14519.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/14519/development-of-low-cost-solar-cell-and-inverter/ashvini-admane
A Rare Case of Amyloid Goiter: Ultrasonographic Findings and Thioflavin T Staining published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Vipul V Solanki, Digish U Vaghela, Arunkumar Marekar, Shamji R Chauhan, Seema N Baxi. Background: Clinically significant enlargement of the thyroid gland by amyloid deposition is rare. A case study of 22-year-old lady with gradual enlargement of the thyroid gland has been presented. Routine haemological, biochemical test including thyroid function tests were normal. Ultrasonographic findings were nonspecific. Amyloid goiter has to be differentiated from other types of goitre and malignancy. FNAC was found to be suspicious for the presence of amyloid. Special staining with thioflavin T confirmed amyloid deposition.
Physiological Mechanisms of Brassica Juncea L. Plants Exposed to Cadmium Metal Stress published in

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Dhriti Kapoor, Renu Bhardwaj Plants of Brassica juncea L. var. RLC-1 were exposed for 90 days to different concentrations (0, 0.2, 0.4 and 0.6mM) of cadmium (Cd) to analyze the growth (root length, shoot length and number of leaves), level of osmoprotectants (total osmolytes, proline and glycine-betaine content) and activities of antioxidative enzymes (ascorbate peroxidase, glutathione peroxidase and polyphenol oxidase. Results of the present study revealed the decreased growth of Brassica with increasing metal doses. Level of osmolytes was positively influenced by Cd stress and activities of antioxidative enzymes were altered significantly in response to metal treatment. In conclusion, level of osmolytes and antioxidative defence system of plants got activated due to heavy metal stress, which protects the plants by scavenging free radicals.
Security Enhancement Using NTRU Algorithm Based Cryptosystem for Communication of Classified Information Via Cloud published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aishwarya Rani M R | Gururaj Gowda Patil M | Mr. Shivanand R D Distributed storage depends on exceptionally artificial foundation and encourages available boundary point, flexibility and versatility it can oversee profoundly dimensions and tedious information. Henceforth, subcontracting encoded text to a cloud is ended up being a standout amongst the best methodologies for big data stockpiling and admittance. In spite of the fact that gives bounteous security highlights, it is important to verify the client to the most elevated degree with no need of trading off effortlessly utilization and furthermore protected refreshing the encoded text in the cloud in light of another entrance approach as assigned by the information proprietor. These two necessities posture to be a noteworthy test to make the capacity more compelling. There is no real advancement in the territory of admittance approach in the vibrant condition by the conventional frameworks. Now a days, ingression arrangement refresh is critical for improving protection and managing great recurrence of client development. The undertaking goes for executing a protected and obvious admittance organize plot in light of the NTRU encryption algorithm. The deficiency of the current NTRU frameworks will be assessed for corresponding decoding ability and as needs be another NTRU unscrambling calculation will be tried to defeat the unscrambling disappointments of the first NTRU. The plan is exceedingly delicate to the approach refresh it will enables the cloud server to successfully refresh the encoded text when another entrance strategy is indicated by the information proprietor. It likewise empowers (i) the information proprietor and qualified clients to successfully assess the authenticity of a client by check of qualifications and (ii) a client to approve the data gave by different clients to revise original recuperation. Pre- examination investigation of the plan demonstrates that it will keep qualified clients from swindling and give protection from attacks, for example, the plot assault. Aishwarya Rani M R | Gururaj Gowda Patil M | Mr. Shivanand R D"Security Enhancement Using NTRU Algorithm Based Cryptosystem for Communication of Classified Information Via Cloud" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15796.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/database/15796/security-enhancement-using-ntru-algorithm-based-cryptosystem-for-communication-of-classified-information-via-cloud/aishwarya-rani-m-r
Sahityik Manovigyan or Manovrutiya published in

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Evaluation of Anti-Urolithiasis Activity in Coffea Arabica.Linn using Struvite Crystal Growth Inhibition Assay published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G. Rathiga | M. Mohammed Fharook Struvite accounts for 15 “ 20% of all renal calculi.[1] These stones can grow rapidly forming ˜straghorn calculi, which is a more painful urological disorder threatening human life particularly the women.[2] The present work was aimed to grow struvite crystals in-vitro using single diffusion gel growth technique and to understand the effect of Coffea arabica on its growth. Test drug was prepared at two different concentrations of 0.5 and 1% dispersed in 1.0M magnesium acetate solution were gently poured on the set gel in the test tubes to enumerate the growth inhibition of struvite crystals. The result showed that the test drug Coffea arabica has anti “urolithiasis property in the tested medium. G. Rathiga | M. Mohammed Fharook"Evaluation of Anti-Urolithiasis Activity in Coffea Arabica.Linn using Struvite Crystal Growth Inhibition Assay" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14220.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/medicine/urology/14220/evaluation-of-anti-urolithiasis-activity-in-coffea-arabicalinn-using-struvite-crystal-growth-inhibition-assay/g-rathiga
SPECTRUM SENSING WITH ENERGY DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR COGNITIVE RADIO SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rishabh Yadav * A cognitive radio by virtue of its ability to sense and adapt to the dynamic spectrum scenario, can increase the spectral efficiency .In order to be non invasive, a cognitive radio must adhere to strict benchmark in the quality of spectrum sensing for primary users of a band.Thus, spectrum sensing has a major role to play in cognitive radio .Many algorithms have been proposed to enable spectrum sensing such as energy detection and cyclostationary detection. IEEE 802.22, the first standard for cognitive radio devices, imposes strict requirements for the detection and false alarm probability on all spectrum sensing devices at SNR up to -20 dB. This requires use of robust spectrum sensing techniques. Energy detection is the simplest and near optimum technique that is widely used for spectrum sensing. However its performance is drastically affected by uncertainty in noise variance due to SNR wall [1]. Cyclostationary detection can exploit detection spectral correlation present in most modulated signals to reliably detect signal even at low SNR .All general QAM signals exhibit distinct cyclic frequency depending on their carrier frequency, baud rate etc. which can help to distinguish between the SOI (signal of interest) and interference. The filter structures for optimum MSME estimation of cyclostationary signals are frequency shift (FRESH) filters. The theory of cyclic Wiener filtering theory, developed by Gardner [2], forms the basis of LCL (Linear Conjugate Linear) filtering used in fresh filters. By adding appropriately frequency shifted versions of a cyclostationary signals ,fresh filter can provide significant gains for cyclostationary detection .Hence is it intuitive to apply FRESH filter for spectrum sensing in the cognitive radio context . For upcoming wireless standard like WI-MAX and LTE, OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) is used because of the advantage of multicarrier transmission . Spectrum sensing for OFDM signals is specially challenging due to the cancellation of cyclostationary features and efficient detection algorithm for OFDM need to be developed.
Estimation of Food and Feeding Habit of an Endangered Fish Mahseer (Tor tor) in Culture Pond at Powerkheda Fish Farm, Central India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jyoti Sharma1*, Alka Parashar1 and R.K. Garg2 The present investigation is undertaken to analyze the food and feeding habit of an endangered mahseer T. tor (a state fish of Madhya Pradesh) under pond conditions at the fish farm of fisheries federation, Powerkheda, Hoshangabad, India. Gut analysis showed that plant matter formed the main component of the gut contents and constituted about 45.31 % of the total food consumed, while insects constituted 22.65 %, molluscs 8.70%, algae 15.59%, and debris 3.59 %. The percentage of artificial feed was 4.762 %. However, the relative gut length (RGL) ranged from 0.421-2.112 and gastro-somatic index (GaSI) ranged from 1.39-3.66 % indicating their omnivorous tendency. The present study shows that, by providing different environmental condition to T. tor it accepts wide range of food available which suggest that, it can be cultured in various conditions that is important for its conservation and protection. The study provides important information on feeding index, index of preponderance, diet preference and feeding strategies which could be useful for aquaculture enhancement of this potential species for conservation significance.
Microbiological Analysis of Street Vended Food in West Delhi published in

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Arpita Sharma, Himani Bhardwaj, Indu Ravi Street food vending has become an important public health issue and a great concern to everybody. The present study was aimed to investigate the hygienic conditions of the vendors and microbial quality of street foods. It was found that their food handling practices were very poor. For microbial analysis, 5 street foods and 5 franchises food products were taken from most popular shops. In local street foods, the bacterial load in vegmomos (1302.1- 34.51.5 CFU/g) and non-veg momos (3602.55-40.60 CFU/g) was high than the other samples. In branded food product samples, burger (362.52.55 CFU/g), non-veg momos (262.52.41-2.00.30 CFU/g), vegmomos (85.01.92-9.00.95 CFU/g), gol-gappa (237.52.37- 80.90 CFU/g) were assessed. The presence of coliform indicated faecal contamination of the processing water as well as the prevailing unhygienic conditions related to the location of food preparation. It is suggested that proper hygienic and sanitary conditions should be maintained both personally and institutionally to avoid any food-borne pathogenic outbreaks in India, especially in the children and young who are tempted to such food. Therefore, the critical control points should be taken as safe limit by the Government/ authorities to reduce the cases of food contamination.
IN VIVO ANALGESIC ACTIVITY OF ESSENTIAL OIL AND AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF MATRICARIA CHAMOMILLA L.(ASTERACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ghizlane Hajjaj*1, Amina Bounihi1, Mouna Tajani2, Yahia Cherrah1, and Amina Zellou1 Natural products have served as a source of medicines for centuries, and about half of the pharmaceuticals in use today are rerived from natural products. Matricaria chamomilla L. (asteraceae) has been widely used in traditional medicine to treat wounds, fever, intestinal worms, headache, inflammations, menstrual problems, sore throat etc. The aim of this study is to investigate the acute peripheral activity of the essential oil (EO) and aqueous extracts (AE) of Matricaria chamomilla L. aerial parts by acetic acid induced writhing reflex test in mice and acute central analgesic activity by tail immersion method in rats. The essential oil obtained by hydrodistillation was analyzed by gas chromatography?mass spectrometry (GC-MS). Matricaria chamomilla L. essential oil major constituents were: Chamazulene (25.21 %), Cis-beta-farnesene (12.51 %), Eucalyptol (9.19 %), Coumarin (7.72 %), Galaxolide (6.28 %), Camphor (4.3 %) and Salicylic Acid (2.62 %). From the results of this study essential oil of Matricaria chamomilla .L (100, 200 and 300 mg/kg p.o.) and aqueous extract (200, 400 and 600 mg/kg p.o.) have exhibited analgesic activity in the tested models. In the acetic acid-induced writhing model, both extracts had a good analgesic effect characterized by a reduction in the number of writhes when compared to the control and reference drug. For the tail immersion method EOMC exhibited significant analgesic activity at low dose of 200 mg/kg comparable to the aqueous extract at higher a dose of 600 mg/kg. The finding showed that the Matricaria chamomilla L. extracts shows a potent central and peripheral analgesic effect comparable to the reference drug (morphine and aspirin) (P<0.05). Our results suggest that Matricaria chamomilla L. extracts presents analgesic properties, which are mediated through central inhibitory mechanism.
Impact of Virtualization onCalculating Cost Factors of Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Mr. Aqueel Ahmed A. Jalil, Dr. Santosh S Lomte, Mr. Sanjay Azade In this era of research the cloud computing models are used to build our own cloud for an organization and seems that creating the own cloud is very costly to build as well as to maintain. Through this research work the cost factor is reduced by virtualization of the server and devices attached to the server. The required software are open source hence no need to purchase, due to this it reduces the cost of cloud.
Removal of iron from waste waters by precipitation using lime in conjunction with alum published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
R.T. SRINIVASA RAO AND N.T. MANJUNATH In recent years, increasing awareness of the environmental impact of heavy metals has prompted a demand for the purification of industrial waste waters prior to discharge into natural waters. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the possibility of using lime in conjunction with alum to precipitate iron from synthetic solution under varied experimental conditions, viz., pH (8 to 12), alum dosage (400 to 1100 mg/l) and initial concentration of metal (Co 2 to 6 mg/l). Increase in removal efficiency with increase in pH, alum dosage upto certain limit was observed. Maximum removal efficiency of 98% was recorded at alum dosage of 700 mg/l, pH of 10, Co being 4 mg/l. However, all the dosages of alum, at all the pH values and Co, have successfully reduced the iron content in synthetic solution to permissible limits.
REVIEW PAPER ON PERFORMANCE ENHANCMENT OF DAIRY INDUSTRY BY ENERGY CONSRVATION ANALYSIS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Chougule G. A, Prof. Yadav R. H nergy is critical component of dairy industry. Dairy industry depends on fossil fuels for energy supply. It is known fact that our fossil fuel reserves are finite and we should utilize these resources judiciously. Energy conservation is only route that can get better mileage out of the available resources. The need is to evolve an appropriate strategy for energy conservation to achieve economical and environmental benefits. Energy conservation in dairies is not the suppression of demand f or energy use, but efficient use of energy and steep rejection of energy wastage. Energy Conservation in dairy plant means to develop a methodology to achieve energy saving to reduce energy costs in processing system. Energy is one of the fourth pillars fo r production of dairy products in addition to land, labour and capital. In dairy industry, processing of milk and milk products require considerable amount of energy in the forms of the heat and electricity. A major amount of electrical energy is used for running auxiliary equipments while heat energy is used for heat treatments of milk and milk products in the plant. The cost related to this energy consumption is entitled as overhead cost. One often overlooked, but major overhead is energy costs. Dairy pro ducers are looking the ways to reduce these overheads. Energy Conservation will help to reduce the energy costs which will reduce the processing costs. It leads to develop capable processing system with optimum energy consumption in dairies which will resu lt into the performance enhancement of dairy plant
Activity Based Learning Methodology Can Bring Improvement in Quality of Education in India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Deepa Awasthi In recent years many studies and surveys reflected the downfall in quality of education being provided to students in India, especially at Government schools and schools situated in remote and rural areas. Use of traditional teaching learning methods added to the problem many folds. Activity based learning methodologies can be useful in uplifting the level of outcome of students especially at primary and secondary level, because it provides space to child liberty and individuality. Although Government has tried to implement this programme all over the country, but it could not gain the enough popularity due to lack of serious efforts. Beside this there were some other problems such as teachers are not trained appropriately to apply such advance level methodology and scarcity of funds etc. This methodology is not only useful for general students but also effective in teaching mentally and physically challenged students. Role of teacher is very important in applying this method because teacher has to act as facilitator or guide not as lecture or instructor. Teacher should take outmost precaution while using this methodology in classroom because if activity is not properly planned or misdirected then it could be waste of time and money.
EFFECT OF DISTRACTION ON CHOICE REACTION TIME IN NORMAL FEMALES AND MALES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Pranjali C Shinde, Dr. Pushpa A Pazare This study compared effects of Distraction on Choice Reaction Time in males and females. Audiovisual Choice Reaction Time was studied in 100 Medical students (50 Males and 50 Females) age range 17-19 years using a 608 Audiovisual Reaction Timer. Five stimuli viz Red, Green and Yellow lights and High and Low pitch sounds were presented at random and the subjects were asked to respond by pressing an appropriate button on the subjects panel with index finger of their dominant hand. The statistical significance was determined by Students Unpaired test for comparisons between males and females and Paired t test for comparison among themselves. Choice Reaction Time to Light and sound increased in cases of distraction in both males And Females respectively and the result were statistically significant.
A PAPER ON “GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS FOR FLUORIDE IN GROUNDWATER OF MALAPRABHA RIVER BASIN USING GIS” published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. S. B. Patil*, Dr. Veena S. Soraganvi This study was conducted to evaluate fluoride contamination in ground water in part of Malaprabha river basin using GIS where ground water is the main source of drinking as well as irrigation. The water samples are collected manually from the bore wells an d at each sampling location GPS is used to point out the location. An integrated analysis of chemical parameters especially of fluoride is done as per standard guideline values. Among the 42 collected samples from study area 8 samples were not potable due to high fluoride concentration, one sample was not potable due to Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and six samples were not potable due to hardness. A correlation study of water quality parameters with fluoride content was performed on groundwater samples of Hungund Taluk, of Bagalkot district. Fluoride has a significant positive correlation with bicarbonate ions and with sodium (Na+) but higher negative correlation with calcium (Ca2+). The rock formation of the study area consists of fluoride bearing minerals ; an ion exchange process which takes place between ground water and the rock strata has been studied. Ion exchange between Ca2+ and Na+ due to the movement of groundwater may also result in high F - associated with high Na+ and low Ca2+ concentration. The ground water quality information maps of the entire study area were prepared using GIS spatial analysis for all the parameters.
Wood Dust Induced Genotoxicity as an Occupational Hazard in Carpentry Workers published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Tahir M. Malla, Basharat A. Malla, Dr. Mahrukh H. Zargar, Dr. M. Adil Beg To evaluate the extent of genetic damage caused by the wood dust exposure in carpentry workers of Bhopal-Madhya Pradesh, blood samples from 25 carpentry workers and 25 controls were collected after written informed consent and analyzed for chromosome aberrations. Genotoxicity was studied by chromosomal aberration assay in cultured peripheral blood lymphocytes of carpentry workers. To analyze the results, statistical analysis was performed using Students t-test. Chromosomal aberrations were found to be statistically higher in the wood dust exposed persons than the control group. The increased percentile of chromosomal damage in the carpentry workers was directly related to their exposure to wood dust. The findings of this investigation indicate that carpentry workers seem to be facing the occupational hazard of genotoxicity due to inhalation of wood dust and are at an elevated risk of diseases that can be caused by the chromosomal damage.
ASSESSEMENT OF QUALITY PROBLEMS FOR HIGH RISE BUILDING-CASE STUDY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof.Reshma S. Fegade and Prof.P.P.Bhangale Quality is one of the critical factors in the success of construction projects. Quality of construction projects, as well as project success, can be regarded as the fulfilment of expectations (i.e. the satisfaction) of the project participants. The construction industry in India has been struggling with quality issues for many years. A significant amount of the budget is spent each year on infrastructure and other development projects. Since the quality outcomes of the projects are not according to required standards, faulty construction takes place. The main purpose of this project is to first identify the factors which affect the quality of different items of work for High Rise Building. Then find out the factors which are responsible to affect the quality of work by visiting site of High rise building. By observing on the site of high rise building, main factors responsible to affect quality and photographs of quality problems are collected. From this collected data, analysis is made by ranking method to find out each factors to what amount (in%) responsible to affect Quality for high rise building. This study is carried out for only three activities such as RCC work , Brickwork and Plastering. There is a scope to consider other defects/activities occur in High Rise building. There is also scope to use other statistical methods analysis tool such as chi-square and weighted mean method (WMM) were used to rank the significance level of these factors.
The Tonal and the Instrumental Symbolism in Magnificat (BWV 243), D major, of J. S. Bach published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
Gabriela COCA The present study constitutes the synthesis of a detailed analysis of the musical work Magnificat, BWV 243, in D major, by J. S. Bach, published in book form in 2008, at the Cluj University Press publishing house in 2008. The analysis was carried out starting from the details to the whole, in each of the 12 parts, view on the following aspects: the text, the orchestral ensemble, the shape, the tonal structure, and the instrumentation. Each part attached as an Annex the coloristic spectrum of tonal-instrumental structure of hers. The synthesis of the analysis of this study presents conclusive, the full text of its historical datas, the dramaturgy of the form, the power centers, the relevance of the power centers in the poetic text, the dramaturgical dosing of the poetic text, the dramaturgy of the tonalities, the dramaturgy of the instruments using, and aspects of the illustrative program in music. The analysis is an original one, and not based on bibliographic processing.
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.
STUDIES ON HAEMATOLOGICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL MYCOSIS VARATIONS OF CHANNA PUNCTATUS (BLOCH) FOUND INFECTED WITH ASPERIGILLUS FUMIGATUS AND ASPERGILLUS NIGER SPP EXHIBITED EUS CHARECTERSTICS. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Koteshwar Rao. Podeti and Benarjee. G* The present investigation deals with the haematological and histological altarations in Channa punctatus infected with fungi Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillus niger. Fresh water murrels were collected from Hasanparthy and Bhandham lakes and Local fish markets of Warangal district. Isolated fungi from infected fish bodies were identified as Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillus niger. The considerable variations have been observed in the mean values of blood parameters. HB content, RBCs, percentage of Monocytes and Neutrophils were significantly decreased by (9%), (55%), (2.4%) and (18%) respectively. WBCs, Lymphocytes, Esinophils and Basophils were found significantly increased (17%), (5%), (5.8%) and (2.7%) respectively. Histopathologically different kinds of destructions were observed in Skin, Gills and Liver of the infected fish. Penetrating fungal hyphae were observed on skin and complete muscles.
ALGORITHM OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL SIGNALS COMPRESSION BASED IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION METHODS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Nikolay Valeryevich Gapon;Viacheslav Vladimirovich Voronin;Roman Alekseyevich Sizaykin;Alexander Vladimirovich Fisunov A new algorithm for image compression, which involves the removal of square blocks of pixels in an image of fixed size, followed by the remaining blocks encoded by JPEG. The decoder performs a decoding JPEG followed by reduction of the remote blocks. As a method of image reconstruction using reconstruction method based on texture analysis.
Differential Variability and Stability of Cocoa Clones to Varied Rootstock ages of Patch Budding published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Adewale1, B. D., Nduka2, B. A., Adeigbe1, O. O. and Taiwo3 N. The probability that Cocoa genotypes may exhibit different physiological variation when used as scion on the same clonal rootstock of different ages had necessitated the present investigation. Rootstocks were raised from open-pollinated pods of F3Amazon for the ages of one, two and three months. Budwoods from five genotypes were patch budded on the common rootstock of different ages. Growth and development of the budded materials were monitored for four months. The seedling length, girth and the number of leaves per plant of the rootstock at the three ages differed significantly (P ? 0.001). The oldest seedling had the highest significant (P ? 0.05) mean of twelve leaves; 36cm seedling length and 0.51cm stem girth. After budding, DAH, FW and LA exhibited significant (P ? 0.01) genotypic variation. The three ages differed significantly (P ? 0.001) for FW. The only variable with significant (P ? 0.05) clone by age interaction was PDM. Broadsense heritability was quite low (< 23%) in FW, DW and PDM; however, DAS, DAH and LA had 59, 71 and 85% respectively. With respect to PDM, the five clones performed differently in response to the three ages of the root stock. Shukla stability variance and Wricke ecovalence agreed and uniformly identified CRINTc-2 to be most stable genotype across the three ages at budding. The PDM performance of other genotypes is rootstock-age specific. The understanding of the interaction of clones with different rootstock ages in the patch budding or grafting protocols may greatly enhance wider production of cocoa clones.
COMPARATIVE STUDY ON LUNG VOLUMES AND CAPACITIES BETWEEN YOGIC AND NON-YOGIC POPULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vimala Rani Swaminathan1 and Srihari Ramamoorthy1* Yoga is a combination of art and science. Yoga was found to have many physiological effects especially on respiratory health. A Comparative study was done among 10 yogic and 10 non-yogic groups population to evaluate the effect of yoga on lung volumes and capacities. Yogic population was taught to practice pranayama techniques and asanas for acute period. Spirometer was used to record the volumes and capacities of lung. The study showed an significant increase in vital capacity, FEV1, MVV among yogic population and Non-yogic population showed normal vital capacity, FEV1 and maximum ventilator volume. Increase in lung volumes and capacities indicate that yoga improves the pulmonary capacity which can help in enhancement of ventilatory function.
Is Lokpal Necessary for Good Governance in India? published in

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Gobinda Naskar Almost seven decades after independence, we are failed to get the minimum needs from our government. India is now a young country and we are at the turning point. Today the citizens of India want to utilise all the potential and opportunities in every manner. Thats why good governance is needed at any cost for total development. As a country like India there is no certainty about it and for this reason only a Lokpal like institution can make change the attitudes towards development. We are eagerly waiting for the positive change.
STABILITY OF VISCO-ELASTIC( RIVLIN-ERICKSEN) COMPRESSIBLE FLUID IN POROUS MEDIUM : EFFECT OF MAGNETIC FIELD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Preeti Ahluwaliya*, Aftab Alam, Sudhir Kumar The hydro-magnetic instability of Rivlin-Ericksen compressible fluid in porous medium is considered by applying normal mode technique, the dispersion result is obtained. The important result obtained in this present paper, by a number of theorems providing conditions for stability or instability, and the case of slightly compressible fluid neutral or unstable modes are non-oscillatory and oscillatory mode is also stable. It is also found that the system are stable, unstable or neutral analysis for subsonic and supersonic disturbances with weak applying magnetic field (i.e.S˂˂ 1) and another bounds on the complex wave velocity of unstable modes for  2 N 0 .
Improvement of Email Summarization Using Statistical Based Method? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mithak I. Hashem? Automatic text summarization is undergoing wide research and gaining importance as the availability of online information is increasing. Email is one of the most important online tools that many of us depends on in his everyday life. Finding Email summaries may be crucial for many users. We deal with email text as a single-document in this research. Text summarization can be classified into two approaches: extraction and abstraction. This research focuses on extractive one. The goal of text summarization based on extraction approach is sentence selection. Our proposed method to obtain the suitable sentences is to assign some numerical measure of a sentence (statistically) for the summary called sentence score and then select the best ones to be included within Email summary. The most important step in summarization by extraction is the identification of important features. In our experiment, we used 130 test Email text from Enron_Sent_Mail_Sample data set. Each Email document is prepared by preprocessing process: sentence segmentation, tokenization, removing stop word, and word stemming. Then, we used 7 important features and calculate their score for each sentence. The results show that the best average similarities with the reference summary (gold summary) were obtained by our method.
Role of Insulin Aspart in Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Anurag Prasad, Dr. Anubhav Gupta Introduction: Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is an acute, major, life-threatening complication of diabetes. Recently, new analogues of human insulin aspart are used in treatment of mild to moderate diabetic ketoacidosis. AIM: To study the role of subcutaneous insulin aspart in management of diabetic ketoacidosis. Results: The mean duration of treatment until glucose concentration was <13.8 mmol/l (<25omg/dl) was not statistically different between patients treated with SC-1h (6.8 + 3h) and SC-2h (6.5+ 3h) or with IV regular insulin (6.9 + 4h). Similarly, the mean duration of treatment until resolution of ketoacidosis was not statistically different among treatment groups 10.3 + 3, 10.8 + 3 and 10.5 + 3 h respectively. Conclusions: Treatment with subcutaneous insulin aspart 1 hourly/2hourly represent a safe and effective alternative to intravenous regular insulin in mild to moderate form of diabetic ketoacidosis.
The parameters of the influence of visual cognition on the process of learning and thinking published in

Economics & Education

Published by ISMA University
Halyna Ilina The author has defined the conceptual foundations, principles, and the substantial structure of the metaphor of sight in the intellectual dimension of philosophical concepts, where the problem of visualization in scientific cognition, thinking and learning is highlighted. We have described the main directions of the analysis of metaphorization in historical and philosophical development considering the essence of visual experience, appealing to visual perception through the prism of visual metaphors. We have also found and systematically grounded a number of important philosophical metaphors, which have a visual nature such as metaphor of sight, metaphor of light, and metaphor of a mirror applying the logical-discursive approach. Their functions that complement the process of philosophical cognition in the transcendent and transcendental aspects are outlined to be as follows: idiomatic, stylistic, and heuristic. Furthermore, we have considered Plato’s allegory of the cave in the context of development of the cognitive ability of contemplation, which plays an important role in the process of comprehending the real world by the mental vision. The authors have paid special attention to the concept of theory, which meant the kind of philosopher’s activity in antiquity - to watch, that is, to theorize, and, accordingly, to study. Therefore, the authors have proved that visuality having its roots in philosophy and describing philosophical activity is a method of philosophical research and, consequently, is associated with philosophical thinking, the basis of the creative educational process.
BIOACTIVE PYRAZOLINES: AN UPDATE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. VasudevaRao Avupati,* and Prof. Rajendra Prasad Yejella In the recent past, substituted pyrazoline derivatives have been extensively studied because of their synthetic feasibility, varied chemical behavior, diverse biological activities and different applications. The current review focuses on the methods of synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and biological activities of pyrazoline s. This review mainly summarizes the antimicrobial and antiinflammatory potential of different synthetic pyrazolines.
Effectiveness of Information Booklet on Intravenous Infusion on Knowledge of Staff Nurses in Selected Hospitals of Mangalore published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs. Shalini Lidwin Fernandes Intravenous infusion ( IV) is the introduction of a large amount of fluid into the body through the vein. IV infusion mainly given to restore fluid volume to normal incase of hemorrhage, diarrhea and vomiting. It prevents and treats shock and collapse. The nurse is responsible for initiating, monitoring and discontinuing the therapy.1 The aim of the study was to assess the Effectiveness of Information Booklet on Intravenous Infusion on knowledge of staff nurses. An evaluative study design was adopted. Simple Random sampling technique was used to collect the sample. Knowledge questionnaire on IV fluid therapy was administered to the staff nurses. Booklet was given on the same day. Post test was conducted on the 8th day. In the pre-test majority of nurses, 76% had average knowledge score (12-22) on IV fluid therapy, 20% had good knowledge and 4% had poor knowledge (0-11). In the post test 84% of the sample had good knowledge and 26% had average knowledge on IV fluid therapy. The mean post test knowledge score of staff nurses (28+_1.9) was significantly higher than the pre-test knowledge score (19_+, t29=2.06,p=0.05). There was no significant association of variables age (?2 =0.7), gender(?2 =0.06), education (?2 =0) years of experience (?2 =7.37) and source of information (?2 =2.71) with their pre-test knowledge score
Rate Pressure Product and VO2max in young female athletes published in

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Dr. Smita Bute, Dr. Anjali N Shete Introduction: Regular physical activity is vital for good physical and mental health. Participation in athletic activity improves physical fitness, coordination and self discipline. VO2 max and RPP [rate pressure product] are non invasive techniques to measure the cardio-respiratory fitness. Measurement of these parameters will be helpful in promoting the sports activity in females. Aims and Objectives :The purpose of this study was to compare maximum oxygen uptake(VO2 max) and rate pressure product(RPP) between young female athletes and non-athletes and to show the importance of regular exercise in females for physical fitness. Material & Methods: The present study was carried out in 50 females between the age group of 18-22 yrs. They were divided into two groups, study group (25 athletes) and control group. (25 non-athletes) The VO2 max was calculated by using Queen college step .The rate pressure product(RPP) was calculated by multiplying heart rate and systolic blood pressure.The VO2 max and RPP were compared between study group and controls. Results: The VO2 max levels were statistically higher in female athletes than non-athletes.The RPP levels were lower in female athletes as compared to controls. The decrease was statistically significant. Conclusion :The present study showed VO2 max levels more and RPP levels low in female athletes. Physical inactivity is seen among medical students due to sedentary lifestyle which may lead to many health problems. Our study concluded that regular exercise improves the physical fitness.
SPYWARE PROPOSAL IN WIRELESS AD HOC NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
R.Sudha, B.Suguna, V.Bhuvani, G.Shobikha Accurate malware propagation modeling in wireless ad hoc networks (WANETs) represents a fundamental and open research issue which shows distinguished challenges due to complicated access competition, severe channel interference, and dynamic connectivity. As an effort towards the issue, in this paper, we investigate the malware propagation under two spread schemes including Unicast and Broadcast, in Spread Mode and Communication Mode, respectively. We highlight our contributions in three-fold in the light of previous literature works. First, a bound of malware infection rate for each scheme is provided by applying the wireless network capacity theories. Second, the impact of mobility on malware propagations has been studied. Third, discussion of the relationship between different schemes and practical applications is provided. Numerical simulations and detailed performance analysis show that the Broadcast Scheme with Spread Mode is most dangerous in the sense of malware propagation speed in WANETs, and mobility will greatly increase the risk further. The results achieved in this paper not only provide insights on the malware propagation characteristics in WANETs, but also serve as fundamental guidelines on designing defense schemes.
Hospital Information System using Cloud published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
S.Gayathri | S. Megalai | K. Jaisharma For the large amount of evolving data in cloud every care system such as clinical and other kind of organization are want to maintain their information in online. The Open Archive Information System (OAIS) is a reference model for organizing people and resources in a system, and it is already adopted in care centers and medical systems to efficiently manage clinical data. Archival storage systems are typically implemented using traditional relational database systems, but the relation-oriented technology strongly limits the efficiency in the management of huge amount of patients clinical data. Our project includes registration of patients, storing their details into the system, and also computerized billing in the pharmacy, and labs. Our software has the facility to give a unique id for every patient and stores the details of every patient and the staff automatically in the cloud. User can search availability of a doctor and the details of a patient using the id. The data can be retrieved easily. The interface is very user-friendly. The data are well protected for personal use and makes the data processing very fast. S.Gayathri | S. Megalai | K. Jaisharma"Hospital Information System using Cloud" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11095.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/11095/hospital-information-system-using-cloud/sgayathri
Significance of Employee Empowerment and its Impact on Indian Companies published in

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K. Narmadha Employee empowerment is a philosophy associated with real benefits for an organization. Its underlying principle of giving employees the freedom, flexibility, and power to make decisions and solve problems leaves an employee feeling energized, capable, and determined to make the organization successful. Empowered employees feel a sense of increased responsibility, accountability, and ownership for their work, resulting in increased productivity. Empowering employees reduces organizational costs such as employee turnover costs, operational costs, and employee retention costs. All of these benefits enable organizations to achieve an extra edge in order to outperform their competitors and to gain market share.
Phenotypic and molecular characterization of white calla lily soft rot caused by Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. carotovorum published in

Basic Research Journal of Microbiology

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Nazerian E, Biramizadeh E, Zarei R, Hosseini Nia A, Shafiei MR A destructive disease on white calla lily was observed in commercial ornamental plants greenhouses in Markazi province, Iran. Disease symptoms on leaves and stems were gray to pale brown discoloration and expanding water soaked lesions on stem. PCR amplification of pectatelyase encoding gene produced a 434bp banding pattern on 1% agarose gel. The causal agent identification was confirmed by sequencing of the Pel gene. The ITS-PCR products were digested with RsaI restriction enzyme. For discrimination of the P. carotovorum from Pectobacterium odoriferum, all isolates were subjected to ?- methyl glucoside test. All isolates were identified as Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. carotovorum. Keywords: Molecular detection, Identification, White calla lily, Soft rot.
Economics Meets Hrm: A Comprehensive Study on Congruence Exsisting Between Economy & Hrm Practices published in

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Orooj Siddiqui Labour force is the most important and differentiating asset for any organisation the importance of workforce has enabled the management gurus to acknowledge their efforts by considering them as a resource and address them as HUMAN RESOURCE .For the maximum utilization of this resource the HRM is backed by sound HRM practices. All the organisational activities influencing the employees directly or indirectly in the fulfilment of the organisational objective and goal are termed as HRM PRACTICES. HRM has always considered as a BLACK SHEEP within the wider field of business administration. The perception comes because of the insufficiently demonstrated role of HRM in the organisations success as compared to other disciplines having deep root in micro economic theories of the organisation (Management review, vol 16 issue 2, 2005) This paper has been designed to review HRM Practices and economics collectively and the influence of changing economy on the HRM practices adopted by the management for achieving organisational goal. The purpose of this paper is to develop an understanding of congruence between both the streams.
Relationship between socio-economic status and hypertension published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V. VINITHA MAMILLA AND T.N. KHAN The present study was conducted to assess the relationship between socio-economic variables and hypertension. The investigation was made for 50 hypertensive subjects selected from parbhani. The selection of sample was done by using stratified random sampling method. The information regarding the socio-economic status of the selected subjects was determined by following the scheduled questionnaire. Findings of the study revealed that majority of the patients lie in the range of 40-55 years, sex wise comparison of the data indicated that prevalence of hypertension was greater among females (64%) than that of males (36%). Findings led to conclude that majority of hypertensive belonged to nuclear families (80%) and middle (34%) and high (38%) income group families than that of joint (20%) and low income (28%) group families, respectively. Literacy status of the study subjects was satisfactory (82%). Findings also indicate grater prevalence of hypertension among sedentary workers (92%). Findings also reveals that majority of males do service (24%) followed by business (12%) whereas in case of females majority were homemakers (54%), followed by business (6%) and service (4%). Approximately, 64 per cent of the hypertensive were vegetarian and follows three meal pattern (60%) whereas 36 per cent were non-vegetarian and 40 per cent subjects follow two meal pattern.
FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF SELECTED PLANTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Marimuthu Krishnaveni*, Kaveri Lavanya, Palanisamy Magesh, Kannan Ponraj, Rasu Kalimuthu and George Jasbin Shyni The most effective way to eliminate free radicals which cause the oxidative stress is carried out with the help of antioxidants. Hence, it was aimed to work on antioxidant activities of plants collected from road sides of two different locations. Plants collected from road sides of railway junction was named as location 1 and road sides of its residential area as location 2. Twelve plants that were available in both the location were selected for the present study. Fresh leaves were used for the analysis of secondary metabolites, antioxidant activities by following standard methods. Among the plants studied in location 1, Syzygium cumini showed higher phenolics. Reducing power, total antioxidant activity was higher with Ficus carica, Pongamia pinnata, whereas Polyalthia longifolia showed higher nitric oxide, metal chelating activity. Among the plants studied in location 2, Pithecellobium dulce showed higher phenol content and Albizia saman, Ficus religiosa showed higher reducing power activity. Syzygium cumini had higher antioxidant activity. Nitric oxide scavenging and metal chelating activity was good with Ficus religiosa. Mangifera indica showed higher flavonoid content in both the locations studied. Antioxidant activities of plant species might be induced by phenolics, flavonoids as well as upon the pollution load contained in it.
THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE RENT RELATIONS ARE IN AGRICULTURE 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�
Shulga Olga Aim of work - to investigate the forms of land rent in modern terms, role of the rent factor in the system of leasings relations and his place in the system of taxation of profits of the landed interests. Methodological basis of work is application of scientific and special methods of scientific cognition. Unity of logical and historical approaches, empiric method and generalization, were used for determination and analysis of forms of land rent, factors and terms of their formation. Method of combination of analysis and synthesis, advancement from abstract to concrete were applied at determining size of rent and determination of part of land rent, that must be withdrawn for the landed interests through taxes, copula of rent and demand and supply on agrarian products. Basic job performances: the forms of land rent are investigational in modern terms, role of the rent factor in the system of leasings relations and tax as to the instrument of the rent relations, the questions related to the estimation of earth and adjusting of the rent profits are affected. The practical value of the got results consists in deepening of understanding of essence, reasons and terms of formation of land rent in modern terms, roles of the rent factor in agriculture and national economy on the whole. The recommendations offered inprocess can be used in the process of state program of socio-economic development of agriculture of Ukraine development, at development of methods and mechanisms of increase of efficiency of government control in this industry. Conclusions. Next to the traditional forms of rent, that is differential And and ІІ, absolute and monopolistic, the new forms of rent, the origin of that is related to development of society and economic activity of man, appear. Urgent now there is perfection of the tax system in direction of stimulation of the landed interests and Еемлекористувачів to send land rent to the fertility-improving of soil and realization of measures on the guard of earth. In this connection, it is expedient to withdraw only differential rent And, and here in relation to differential rent of II, then she must remain for the landed interests or Еемлекористувачів, stimulating them to the effective use of the landed lands. In addition, a tax on earth must be set from the standard, but not actual level of efficiency. Expedient is an input of fines from the landed interests, if the quality state of lot land will become worst. Yet one no less important problem related to the rent relations is a size of rent. HER size must be set as a percent from the money estimation of lot land taking into account the term of action of contract of tenancy - with the increase of term of lease the size of rent must diminish. Monopoly of agrarian property, as a barrier to the inter-branch redistribution of resources sends a surplus income not to the increase of production of goods, but converts him into absolute land rent. Because of it a production restrains temper in agriculture, technical progress in industry is slowened. Therefore there is an objective necessity of state interference with the aim of the use of valueadded in accordance with her functionally-economic setting.
Zomato - Market and Consumer Analysis published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Aniruddha Deshpande Some start-ups in the Indian Food & Beverages industry have revolutionized the way we look around for places to dine. The scenario has changed from previous practice when we had to actually go to restaurants to select the restaurant and have the experience. Today, choice for the best places to have food is just a click away. One can choose the best rated place and then decide to enjoy there with friends and family.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CORE OF AXI MEMORY CONTROLLER FOR FPGA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. K.C. Mahajan*, Mukesh K Yadav This paper proposes an implementation of AXI 2.0 protocol which removes the limitation of communication architecture, which would otherwise reduce the speed of data transfer in System on chip. We have also implemented DDR3 controller which was then interface with AXI 2.0 protocol. In comparison with earlier generations , DDR1/2 SDRAM, DDR3 SDRAM is a higher density device and achieves higher bandwidth due to the further increase of the clock rate and reduction in power consumption. Proposed protocol was synthesized on Xilinx 13.1 and simulated using Modelsim 6.5e
Detailed Study of 25 Cases of Spontaneous Pneumothorax published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dinesh B Dave, Vishal K. Desai, Samir D Dave -
Analysis of Atomic Absorption Spectra of Lead Present in Road Side Plant Leaves and its Harmful Effects on Human Being published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Asha Verma, Ranjana Pateriya This paper consists of data of postmansoon lead (Pb) concentration in Lowsonia inermis (Mehandi), Tamarindus indica (Imli), Angle marmelos (Bael) and Psidium guajava (Amrud) in washed and unwashed plant leaves. The analyzed data shows the highest and lowest concentration of Pb in unwashed plant leaves were found in Angle marmelos i.e. 5.706 PPm and psidium guajava of i.e. 3.906PPm. And the highest and lowest concentration of Pb in washed plant leaves were found in Angle marmelos i.e.5.254PPm and in psidium guajava i.e.3.096PPm respectively in Bhopal district.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MULTILEVEL INVERTER TOPOLOGIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M. E. Kathar*, Prof. S.M.Kulkarni Now a day’s inverters are used by industrial areas because they provide reduced energy consumption, provides better system efficiency. Implementation of Multilevel Inverter-Fed Induction Motor Drive, there is some topologies like Diode-Clamped Inverter, Capacitor-Clamped Inverter, Cascaded Multicell Inverters, Generalized Multilevel Cells, etc are used. This paper gives comparison of topologies of multilevel inverter.
Current Research in Drug Nanocrystals Technology published in

Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

Published by Innovative Publication
Anita P. Patel, Jayvadan. K. Patel, Vibha R. Champavat Nanotechnology will affect our lives tremendously over the next decade in many diverse fields, including pharmacy and medicine. Transfer of materials to the nanodimension changes their physical properties which are used in pharmaceutics to develop a new innovative formulation principle for poorly soluble drugs: the drug nanocrystals. Development of poorly soluble and/or permeable drug molecules using nanocrystal formulations has proven to be highly successful due to the greater surface/volume ratio, ensuing in improvements in dissolution and bioavailability as well as enhanced permeability. The drug nanocrystals do not belong to the future; the first products are already on the market. The industrially relevant production techniques, pearl milling and high pressure homogenization, are reviewed and also the physics behind the drug nanocrystals and changes of their physical properties are discussed earlier. Drug nanocrystals consist of the pure poorly water-soluble drug without any matrix material means carrier free drug delivery system. This opinion focuses on recent developments in the preparation of nanocrystals and the role of surface properties on optimizing dissolution and targeted delivery.
HISTORIC-ETHNOLOGIC SIGNIFICANCE OF SOME KITCHEN CULTURES TRADITIONS OF GANJA CITY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov In this scientific article for the first time have been researched the basic typical characteristics of traditions of national kitchen of Ganja. Some main local national traditions also were investigated from the historic-ethnological point of view in this work.
Influence of Host Plants on the Efficacy of Nucleopolyhedro Virus of Helicoverpa Armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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S. Ramakrishna, M.G.Venkatesha The comparative efficacy of microbial pesticides on gram pod borer, Helicoverpa armigera and on the effect and dosage of HaNPV on the susceptibility of the borer was studied. Larvae were fed on different host plants treated with HaNPV of three different concentrations. Along with this midgut pH, foliage pH and protease enzyme activity was also observed. The bioassay results clearly correlated the susceptibility of H armigera larvae to both the change in midgut pH as well as protease in the midgut of the larvae on different host plants
Drinking water quality surveillance in Hyderabad published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Simon Gitiba Gikang Rsquo A, Dr Fred Mugambi Mwirigi, Dr Moses Otieno The purpose of the study was sought to bridge this pertinent gap in literature by establishing the role of management information systems on strategic decision making among tea factories in Kenya. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The target population of this study was all employees, management and directors of tea factories in Kenya. The study targeted 390 respondents and 284 questionnaires were properly filled and returned from the tea factory employees, which represents an overall successful response rate of 73%. To test reliability, Cronbach alpha was used to test the reliability of the instrument. The results were highly reliable and all the items appeared worthy of retention. Questionnaires were administered with the help of research assistants. Data was collected; questionnaires were coded and checked for completeness before data collected was entered in SPSS 20.0 for analysis. The study findings indicated that the role of management information system was statistically significant in explaining the strategic decision making among the tea factories in Kenya. Results also indicated that all in all the HRIS is effective in meeting strategic goals which has improved in making prompt decisions and has increased coordination between HR department and top administrators. The study concludes that intensive usage of management information systems in the tea factories generally increases the efficiency of doing business by creating new products and services, shortening the time to get to market, reducing the costs, decreasing the prices and more efficiently answering on the moves of the competitors and market changes. Therefore the strategic intention of managers of these factories should be a creation of new organizational climate based on the tighter cooperation between the individuals with the aim of achieving the synergic effects in internal entrepreneurial activities. The study recommends that tea factories should emphasize customer relationship by investing in a customer relationship management system. Specifically, tea factories should invest in a robust Information technology system as this can certainly help companies to create satisfied and loyal customers. This is because customer relationship management is driven by technology rather than a well articulated customer strategy. In addition, it is recommended that factories need to allocate adequate resources for Customer Relationship Management.
Evaluation on the Effect of Mutation of FKS1 Gene in Candida albicans Strains Resistant to Caspofungin in Iran published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Leila Fozouni,Dr Mansour Bayat Candida albicans has an instable resistance to common anti-fungal medicines,which is mainly because of fluctuations in the structural and regulatory genes of the fungus. The present study aims to investigate the anti-fungal effects of caspofungin on clinical strains of Candida albicans . Different tests were taken to identify Candida albicans yeast.The gene regions of samples were enhanced by 514 bp using PCR method. Sequencing was then conducted on 6 PCR products.Upon reviewing PCR products, it was found out that the protein sequence in 35 isolates were similar to the wild type of Candida albicans; while the protein sequence was changed in 6 isolates and the main changes were diagnosed in serine 645 position in FKS1 gene.In the present study, it was found out that major point mutations in the serine 645 position in FKS1 gene leads to the resistance of Candida albicans strains to caspofungin.
LITERATURE SURVEY ON GRID INTEGRATION AND POWER MANAGEMENT OF SOLAR/WIND HYBRID MICRO-UNITS WITH BIDIRECTIONAL CONVERTERS BY USING SOFT COMPUTING TECHNIQUES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Manpreet Kaur*, Anand Kumar Mittal Web applications such as blogs, social network, webmail, bank etc have become our way of life. Among the top ten web application vulnerabilities published by Open Web Application Security Project, SQL Injection Attack (SQLIA) is the most vulnerable. An SQLIA occurs when an attacker changes the intended effect of an SQL query by inserting (or injecting) new SQL keywords or operators into the query thereby gaining unauthorized access to a database in order to view or manipulate restricted data. In proposed work, a new hybrid approach is developed to detect and prevent the sql injection attack in sql queries. Proposed system is tested using various queries given by various users and re sults are evaluated very accurate
Ethyl Methanesulphonate (Ems), A Potent Chemical Mutagen: A Review published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Shahnawaz khursheed, Samiullah khan World food insecurity is posing a great threat to the human civilization now-a- days. Scientists are busy worldwide to find out workable solutions for combating food insecurity. Different methods are applied worldwide to improve the yield of plants. Out of these, mutation breeding plays an important role to improve the yield and to ameliorate food insecurity which is spreading worldwide. In mutation breeding, both physical and chemical mutagens are applied. The main chemical mutagens are methyl methanesulphonate (MMS), ethyl methanesulphonate (EMS), diethyl sulphate (DES) and sodium azide (SA). EMS is ranked after MMS as a potent chemical mutagen to induce the genetic variability to improve the useful characters in plants. EMS has been used from past to improve the yield characters in plants. In future, it is an important tool and hope to reduce the food insecurity of worlds growing population.
PLANT LATEX: AN INHERENT SPRING OF PHARMACEUTICALS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Chavan Bhagyashri A.*, Hundiwale Jogendra C. and Patil Avinash V. A plant system in nature always stands as a golden mark to represent the outstanding phenomenon of symbiosis. From erstwhile, medicinal plants have taken mightily and noteworthy strides to treat the diseases and also having the potentially useful substances for the development of novel chemotherapeutic useful drugs. Nearly all parts of plants can be used in medicinal applications. But plant latex has major contribution in medicine as it contain biologically active compounds such as alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, glycosides, phenolics, tannins and saponins etc. which are not only beneficial for plant defense but also for the development of things such as disinfectants, anticoagulant etc., advantageous for human beings. Mixture of various chemical constituents in plant latex protects the plant from herbivorous insects. In this review we focused on the phytochemical study of latex as well as the evidences that the latex serves as potent pharmacological agent against various diseases and its isolated constituents have wide range of biomedical activities.
Analysing an impact of last trading Thursday on return of selected shares and NSE- an Empirical Study published in

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Krunal K Bhuva Dr. Vijay H Vyas Derivative products are alleged to have a sharp affect on the stock market in various ways ever since their inception in June 2000. Currently, derivative trading constitutes approximately 90% of the total turnover of the NSE (National Stock Exchange). Launching of derivatives and their expiration (last Thursday of every month) in the Indian stock market has been perceived to have direct corollary on the return, volatility, efficiency and marketability of the stock market. This paper tries to analyze empirically the expiration day effect of stock derivatives on underlying securities. This study tests the presence of the last Thursday of the month effect on stock market volatility by using the S&P 500 market index during the period of January 2012 and December 2012 and sample companies which are trading on derivative market. The findings show that the last Thursday of the month effect on stock market volatility is not present in volatility and return equations.
Digitizing Typographic Logo Using Multi Head Computerized Embroidery Machine For MENs Branded Apparel published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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R. Anil Kumar, R.I. Sathya Typography is a craft of architecting a visual language to convey a message. It is an application created on physical space in written modes as signatures, time tables, commercial agreements, advertisements, promotions, token of value, receipts, book notes, tickets, stamps and many other intellectual forms. In this work, a Typographic Logo for mens Branded apparel was digitized using Tajima high speed computerized multi-head embroidery machine. The task involved Typographic Logo Digitizing and Generation on mens casual apparel using Tajima high speed computerized multi-head embroidery machine. Certain important Tests were carried out to evaluate the Logos surface consumption, Color consumption, durability, stitch strength and color fastness. The study proves that the Typography is an important technique which could be designed using text formatting options in CAD applications and found suitable for Logo designs that could be digitized and generated using modern embroidery machines.
Adaptive polar fuzzy load frequency controller for nonlinear multi-area power system published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chaturvedi D K, Rahul Umrao and Vikas Pratap Singh Fuzzy logic controller is based on human experience. Human experience is encoded in the form of fuzzy rule base to control the system. It is difficult to decide the size of fuzzy rule base. As the number of rules increases the performance of controller is better. At the same time its complexity increases which in turn affects the computation time and memory requirements. To overcome these problems, a Polar Fuzzy logic controller (PFC) is proposed for the load frequency control problem of nonlinear three area interconnected power system. In this paper, The PFC is made adaptive using Real Coded Genetic algorithm- fuzzy system (RCGAF) approach. The performance of simple PFC and adaptive PFC using RCGAF is compared with fuzzy and conventional PI controller
The effect of changing the evacuated tube tilt angle and the fluid of the solar collector on the performance of a hybrid solar air conditioning system published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Salah S. Abd Ali R. Sarhan Amer A. Salman Hassan I. Mohammad In the hybrid coolingsolar systems , a solar collectoris used to convertsolar energy intoheat sourcein order to super heat therefrigerant leave thecompressor,andthisprocess helpsin the transformation ofrefrigerant state from gaseous statetothe liquid statein upper two-thirdsof thecondenserinstead of the lower two-thirdssuchas in thetraditional air-conditioning systems and this willreduce theenergyneeded torun the process ofcooling.In this research two hybrid air-conditioning system with an evacuated tube solar collector were used, therefrigerant was R22 and the capacity was 2 tons each.The tilt angle of the evacuated tube solar collector was changed and the solar collector fluid was replaced into oil instead of water.A comparison wasin the amount ofcurrentconsumptionof the two systems at the same operating conditions.The currentconsumptionof the hybrid coolingsystemwith the changed tilt angle and replaced fluid wasless thantheunchanged oneby(38% - 58%), meaning that there was a current consumption saving as a result of tubes tilt angle and solar collector fluid changing.
Diurnal Evolution of Solar Radiation in UV, PAR and NIR Bands in High Air Masses published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Jackson H. W. Chang, Jedol Dayou and Justin Sentian Solar surface insolation appears constant from an everydays point of view but this quantity has been found to be changing in small scale that may lead to climate change over an extended period of time. However, the factors impacting this variance are always a subject of much debate. In long term observations for low air masses, the variation is governed by cloud cover, aerosol loading, relative humidity as well as water vapor content. Parallel observations in high air masses for the variation of received solar radiation are rather lacking. To fill up the existing gap, this paper aims to investigate the diurnal evolution of solar radiation spectrum in UV, PAR and NIR bands in high air masses. In the current work, a total of 25 days of global and diffuse solar spectrum ranges from air mass 2 to 6 were collected using shadowband technique. It is found that the evolution pattern for all spectral components follows a high coefficient of determination with respect to global radiation. The result analysis also shows that variation of solar radiation is the least in UV fraction, followed by PAR and the most in NIR fraction. It is deduced that the broader amplitude of fraction in PAR and NIR because they incorporate variation of aerosol and water vapor. Decreasing trend in NIR fraction for constant UV fraction is likely associated to the increase of water vapor content. While reduction of PAR fraction for specific air mass interval is due to the increase in aerosol loading.
Prevalence of multidrug resistant altered Vibrio cholerae O1 isolates among Diarrhoeal patients in Delhi during 2008-2012. published in

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Puneeta Singh, Dhirendra Kumar, Yogendra Prasad, Thandavarayan Ramamurthy, Banwari Lal Sarkar, Naresh Chand Sharma Altered Vibrio cholerae O1 has been reported from some areas in the country as well as from the other countries. Delhi is an endemic area for toxigenic V. cholerae O1. Therefore, we were interested to evaluate the presence of altered Vibrios, their drug resistance status and phage types among the strains isolated from suspected cholera/acute gastroenteritis patients admitted in this hospital. A total of 59 isolates representing different years were used for D -MAMA PCR to detect the Haitian genotype (ctxB7) strains and classical genotype (ctxB1). A subset of 49 isolates was tested to determine the phage types. All selected strains were serologically positive for V. cholerae O1, serotype Ogawa and biochemically biotype El Tor. The antibiotic susceptibility test explicated that 100% strains were resistant to cotrimoxazole and nalidixic acid. Phage typing revealed that 79.6% of isolates were phage type T-27. D-MAMA PCR, has shown 52.5% strains were carrying ctxB7 gene since 2008
The Impact of Perceived Risk on the Online Shopping Attitude of Cosmetic Products in Tirunelveli City published in

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Dr.P.Ravi, R.Subhalakshmi This study aims at identifying the different types of perceived risk having influence on the attitude of purchasing cosmetic products through Online shopping medium. This study has attempted to fulfill the objectives by making use of regression analysis so as to find the level of influence of perceived risk types on online shopping attitude. The study follows an inferential research with 221 online cosmetic shoppers as samples. The study has followed a non probability convenience sampling technique to extract the sample respondents. The results shows that financial risk, information risk and time risk are the three major types of perceived risk which has influence on the customer attitude towards online shopping of cosmetic products. The scope of the study is limited to the customers of Tirunelveli district and in particular to cosmetic industry.
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Dual Responsibility of Rural Women Entrepreneurs Issues and Challenges published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Bhagyalaxmi. M, Dr. Ishwara. P An entrepreneur is a person who organises, manages and takes the risk of running an enterprise. The phenomenon of women entrepreneurs is largely confined to metropolitan cities and by towns in India. However, women entrepreneurs are also found in rural areas. Rural women entrepreneurs face a wide variety of barriers and challenges right from the beginning till the enterprise functions. Work and family life is a challenge for rural women entrepreneurs. In rural areas women are associated with their housework like kitchen, child-rearing, elder care etc, and along with this, they started doing entrepreneurial work. Because of family responsibilities along with their work, rural women entrepreneurs have less time than men as they have to look after both family and entrepreneurial work, and there is a need to balance their work with the family. They became an earning member of the family and also responsible civilian of the country/society.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE WATER-BODIES NEAR INDUSTRIAL AREA: DAGORI AND RAIGARH published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Banerjee Priya1 and Dr. Sao Shweta2* An investigation was undertaken on the areas like Dagori and Raigarh to see the effects of rapid industrialization on the water bodies of these two areas i.e shivnath river at Dagori and kelo river at Raigarh respectively. A Comparative study has been made by taking parameters like , Hardness, Total Solid, Total Dissolved Solid (TDS), Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Biological Oxygen demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen demand (COD) of these two rivers. The Potability of water was checked directly by collecting samples from the water bodies of these two areas. In the present investigation it was found that the maximum parameters of Shivnath river at Dagori were not at the level of pollution, but maximum parameters of Kello river at Raigarh shows that they are somewhat polluted and not potable. So, it is the need of the to take necessary steps for making the water potable for the survival of the living organisms on these water bodies.
METHYL PARATHION 50% EC INDUCED CHANGES IN ENZYMATIC ACTIVITIES OF THE FISH Channa punctatus (BLOCH) published in

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Padmavathi, P, Veeraiah, K, Tata Rao, S, Vivek, Ch The acute toxicity tests for 24, 48, 72 and 96 h to the fish Channa punctatus were conducted with an organophosphate pesticide methyl parathion 50% EC in both static and continuous flow-through methods. The LC50 values obtained were 0.6661, 0.6473, 0.6200 and 0.5949 ppm respectively for static, and 0.5736, 0.5592, 0.521 and 0.5364 ppm respectively for continuous flow-through method. The 1/10th of static 96 h LC50 value was taken as sub-lethal concentration and the fish were exposed to both lethal and sub-lethal concentrations for 8 days. The vital tissue of the fish viz; gill, liver, brain, muscle and kidney were isolated and analyzed for study of changes in enzymatic activity of amino-transferases, Aspartate Amino Transferase (AAT) and Alanine Amino Transferase (ALAT); Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and acetyl cholinesterase enzymes after 24, 96 h and 8 days of exposures. All the enzymatic activities were elevated under both lethal and sub-lethal concentrations, whereas the activity level of ACh. E activity was decreased. The changes in activity levels are more in lethal concentration compared to sub-lethal exposure. The changes in enzymatic activity are directly proportional to the increase in exposure period. These changes were in agreement with the earlier reports. The results obtained in all were discussed with the available literature.
METEOROLOGICAL INFLUENCE ON THE VARIABILITY OF THE AIR BORN POLLEN published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Derradji L.*, Abed L. In the City of Annaba, respiratory diseases are important causes of consultation and hospitalization. To contribute to the development of the research as for the biological and environmental pollution, it seemed to us essential to establish a pollen calendar of the city of Annaba. The objective of this study is to know the variability of its allergenic pollen component. The pollen calendar offers a preventive therapeutic util ity because it supplies the critical dates of the pollination so allowing knowing the periods about high allergenic risks. For this study, we chose a gravimetric method, using the pollen sensor of Durham. The results we obtained have revealed the existence of pollen from trees or grasses, their monthly average as well as various pollen peaks where these are plentiful in the air of Annaba. The elaboration of the average pollen calendar allowed us to distinguish the seasons in the course of which the allergen ic pollen component is plentiful in the air as well as its duration of appearance, periods in the course of which the allergenic symptoms are the most important. The knowledge of the pollen seasons is necessary. It allows us to prevent the appearance of th e likely allergic symptoms when the pollen concentration of the air is intense. It is necessary to act as first aids to the public. Thanks to this knowledge the more precise planning of the rhythm of the desensitization of the allergic individuals is possi ble and easier. We determined the monthly behavior of main allergenic pollens, which we confronted with the weather conditions (pluviometry, temperature and humidity averages). The objective is to manage with this work to make forecasts of the appearance o f the pollen rains when the weather conditions are similar. This revealed us that the weather conditions act on the presence of the pollen and its abundance in the air.
Fast food consumption and breakfast skipping of adolescent girls from different income groups in Patna (Bihar) published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
KUMKUM KUMARI Adolescence is one of the most challenging periods in human development. Dietary habits of childhood also get transformed during this phase of life. Irregular meals and alternative dietary patterns characterise the food habits of adolescents. Various studies have shown that adolescents are more prone to nutritional problems due to their unhealthy food habit. In the present study 300 college and high school going girls students in Patna were selected and examined to understand their eating behaviour using 24-hour dietary recall method. Eating behaviour of these girls was also examined vis-a-vis their family income. The study revealed that majority of the adolescent girls had shown more inclination towards fast food. However, the choice of fast food items varied among different income categories. Skipping of morning breakfast and evening snacks was more frequent among the adolescent girls with slight variation across different income groups. Thus, consumption of fast food and frequency of meals among adolescent girls were found to vary according to socio-economic status of their families. There is a need to provide nutrition education and inculcate better food habits to improve nutritional status of the adolescent girls. Educational institutions as well as parents may help in promoting positive health behaviour among these girls.
GLOBAL INTERGRATION AND THE CHALLENGES OF MELLINIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDGs) IN AFRICA: A THEORETICAL APPROACH published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Ndigwe-Anazodo Princess Vivian Ngozika & Agaba Halidu Theory has influenced policy in international development but the interaction has been a two-way process. While theories legitimated new policy, appraisal of policy and experience have given rise to theoretical insights. But of the many competing ideas and theories, which ones influence policy? This paper analyzes the influence of Sens capability and human development approach on the recent evolution of policy agendas in international development, notably the consensus on MDGs and on poverty as the priority concern. It argues that the capability approach played an important role in the contestations over structural adjustment and Washington Consensus policies that led to the new consensus over the MDGs, and help legitimize them. The neoliberal policy approaches of the Washington Consensus remain intact. This illustrates an important distinction between normative and causative ideas. The new consensus has adopted the normative ideas of the capability approach but not the causative ideas. These normative ideas were used to provide a new narrative for international development, not a new policy framework.
Gesture Controlled User Interface Technology and Ubiquitous Applications published in

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Manisha Chahal, Anil Kumar Sixth sense is a power of perception seemingly independent of the five natural sense organ which basically include eyes, ears, nose, tongue, mind and body to perceive different things from environment. Six sense has been a revolutionary technology that is being used in different gesture approaches to enhance the physical world with digital. It is extensively used in many gesture interface devices which refers to the interaction with something greater than physical senses which can perceive by human. Being a new & interesting development toward the digital world for which the first step was taken by the researcher Steve Mann, known for making wearable computer in 1990 and his work was carried forward by young master minds Pranav Mistry (Ph.D student in the Fluid Interfaces Group at the MIT Media Lab). According to the young minds the sixth sense technology has a Web 4.0 view of human machine interaction (HMI). Six sense technology (SST) is a wearable gesture interface device, which is capable of recognizing users hand gestures as well as icons/ symbols drawn in the air with fingers which may led to easier user interface between human and machine. In this paper, we will be discussing technical aspects behind gesture technology, sixth sense technology which provides freedom of interacting with the digital world its necessity and applications of Sixth Sense Technology.
Committing Comedy Laughter as the Heresy of Worldliness in The Name of the Rose published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dhee Sankar "Postmodern" novels have a vague reputation for tending to resort to the comic, even though they are philosophically supposed to cut across traditional generic boundaries such as tragedy and comedy. Umberto Ecos The Name of the Rose (1980), however, has achieved its preeminent stature as an exemplum of postmodernism by taking an altogether peculiar approach as regards the comic. In fact, hardly is there a respite in the novel from the sombrely descriptive or confessional mode of narration, complicated by cumulative layers of historical, esoteric and eschatological erudition; the murder mystery involves the medieval "mundus inversus" (upside-down world) theme common in Biblical marginalia, but to the modern reader that topos is more grotesque than risible. This paper attempts to read the celebrated semiotic intricacy of the novel in terms of two overlapping binaries: theological doctrine as opposed to its (heretical) subversion through the heterological threat of comedy, and Christianity vis-à-vis the secular or heathen world of technological knowledge. These factors coalesce in the Borgesian labyrinth of the monasterys library, and the textual "metapsychomachia" against the impulse of laughter is catenated to that against the sciences of the material world. Consequently, the nadir of heresy for Jorge is an African alchemists attribution of Creation to the divine laughter of God. Dhee Sankar"Committing Comedy Laughter as the Heresy of Worldliness in The Name of the Rose" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11539.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/english/11539/committing-comedy-laughter-as-the-heresy-of-worldliness-in-the-name-of-the-rose/dhee-sankar
Preparation and nutrient analysis of low cost supplementary recipe for children 2.5-3 years published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PREETI RATHI AND RENU MOGRA Nutritional status in children is most vulnerable during the weaning stages when both macro and micro nutrients may be insufficient to maintain growth and development. The pattern of supplementary feeding during the first year of life is increasingly recognized as important determinants of malnutrition. The presented study on development of low cost nutritive supplementary food for children 2.5-3 years was conducted leading the objective to fulfill the nutritional requirement of children in early years of life as it is the growing period of physical as well as mental development of children. The main point to be considered while planning is that one serving should fulfill 1/6 nutritional requirement. The nutrient comparison between calculated value (A) and analyzed value (B) of the recipe showed that analyzed value of moisture, protein, fat were 6.038, 5.01g, 10.2g, respectively. The carbohydrate and energy content were 30.56 g, 228.04 kcal, respectively. Nutrition composition of recipe (B) showed that the analyzed value of moisture, protein, fat were 6.1, 9.19g, 11.2g, respectively. The carbohydrate and energy content were 37.69g, 220.92 kcal, respectively. Both planned recipes were low cost as the price for one serving was less than Rs. 5/-. The nutrient analysis shows that recipes were having a good amount of nutrients specially energy protein, fat which are essential for growth and development of children.
VALIDATED UV SPECTROSCOPIC METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF LAMOTRIGINE IN BULK AND FORMULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Lohita*1, P. Jaya Preethi1, D. Naresh2, K. Swetha1, K. Saravana kumar1, V. Amrutha1 A simple, selective, accurate and precise UV method for analysis of Lamotrigine in tablet pharmaceutical dosage was developed and validated. The stock solution of 50?g/ml was prepared and concentrations ranging from 2.5-25?g/ml of Lamotrigine using methanol were prepared for linearity. Absorbances of these solutions were measured at 307.5nm. The linear regression analysis data for the linearity plot showed good linear relationship with correlation coefficient value, R2 = 0.998 in the concentration range 2.5-25?g/ml with slope 0.03747 and intercept 0.01846. The method was validated according to the ICH guidelines for linearity, range, accuracy, precision, LOD, LOQ, robustness, specificity and selectivity for both bulk powder and pharmaceutical formulation. Lamotrigine was determined for its assay in tablet dosage form with 98.72%. The accuracy of the method was validated by recovery studies for 75,100,125 % levels and was found to be significant and under specification limits, with % recovery 98.5- 101.2 (within acceptable range 98- 102%). The LOD for 250ng/ml value is 0.002 and LOQ for 750?g/ml value is 0.025. The method was found to be robust.
Tertiary Nasal Syphilis: Rare But Still a Reality published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

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Bipin Kishore Prasad* and Suresh Mokamati Tertiary syphilis shows most marked manifestations in the nose causing superficial and deep ulcerations and gumma. Gummatous deposit may occur in any portion of the nose. The deformity resulting from the destruction of the bony frame work of the nose and the shrinking of fibroid tissue produces typical saddle nose which is characteristic of syphilis. It is important to establish the diagnosis after carefully ruling out other clinical possibilities and confirming Treponemal infection by laboratory evaluation. The respiratory tract, next to skin, furnishes the most frequent manifestations of syphilis.
NATIONAL CULTURAL IDENTITY, REGIONAL CULTURAL IDENTITY published in

International Journal of Communication Research

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R?zvan THEODORESCU We have identified Romanian regional differences in the 17th-19th centuries: Moldavian aristocratism opened to the West and the Wallachian democratism opened to the Balkans.
Co-efficient of correlation between entrepreneurial behaviour and empowerment level of women entrepreneurs published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SEEMAPRAKALPA A woman, who is exhibiting enterprise survival, sustaining and making successful oriented behaviour is known as entrepreneur. Being an entrepreneur without being from familial business background, she gets empowerment in all spheres of life. So, in the present study, an effort has been made to know the relationship between entrepreneurial behaivour and empowerment level of women entrepreneurs. Fifteen women entrepreneurs from each zonal area was selected running both boutiques and beauty parlours in Agra city. Primary data were collected through interview schedule. Based on the nature of data and relevant information, co-efficient of correlation was used as a statistical measure. The study concluded that significant and positive correlation was found between entrepreneurial behaviour. The findings of this study will help to fresh researchers in finding new ways of sharpening indicators of entrepreneurial behaviour in their study, so that empowerment level of women entrepreneurs could increase.
Development and Quality Evaluation of Extruded Product of Rice Flour Incorporated With Beetroot (Beta Vulgaris) Pomace and Pulse Powder published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Pushyamitra Sinha, Dorcus Masih Studies were conducted on incorporation of beetroot pomace powder and pulse powder of different fractions in noodles and its quality were analyzed. Different levels of rice flour, pulse powder and beetroot pomace powder were added in the ratio of 100:00:00, 85:7.5:7.5, 80:10:10, 75:12.5:12.5 and 70:15:15 for the development of beetroot incorporated noodles. Physiochemical analysis was carried out for control and beetroot fortified noodles. As quantity of beetroot pomace powder increased fibre content increased. Color became darken as proportion of beetroot pomace increased. There was increase in protein with increase in content of pulse powder. Phosphorus, Iron and fat contents were increased with increased proportion of beetroot pomace powder. Noodles develop with addition of beetroot powder had desirable organoleptic properties as indicated by the taste panel studies as compared to control sample. However, based on sensory analysis, noodles with (T3) 75:12.5:12.5 rice flour, beetroot powder and pulse powder were found more acceptable than other levels and were found optimum for incorporation rice flour noodles for development of beetroot incorporated noodles. Beetroot incorporated noodles was packed in LDPE and stored at room temperature. The storage studies were conducted at the interval of 0-45 days. Protein, fat, crude fibre, phosphorus, iron percentage was decreased during storage.
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Property of Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells and Peripheral Blood Hematopoietic Stem Cells That Differentiated Both Group to Cardiac Cells published in

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Farzaneh Jabari1*, Javad Mohammadnejad2, Kamal Yavari3 Dental pulp is the soft live tissue inside a tooth. Dental pulp contains stem cells known as Dental Pulp Stem Cells. The finest Dental Pulp Stem Cells are found in a baby teeth or milk teeth. The stem cells from the milk teeth are mesenchymal type of cells. Cells that have the ability to generate a wide variety of cell types like chondrocytes, osteoblasts and adipocytes. To isolate high-quality human dental pulp stem cells from accessible resources is an important goal for stem-cell research. In this study we found that exfoliated human deciduous tooth contains multipotent stem cells, they identified to be a population of highly proliferative clonogenic cells. Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) are the blood cells that give rise to all the other blood cells. HSCs are found in the bone marrow of adults, with large quantities in the pelvis, femur and they are also found in umbilical cord blood and in small numbers in blood. In this study we differentiated stem cells that isolated from human dental pulp and peripheral blood to cardiac cells. The isolation process for dental pulp stem cells would take place in 2 different methods: The enzymatic digestion method and, the second method is a subsidiary one. For isolating the stem cells from peripheral blood we use ficoll method. Flow cytometery analyzes showed that dental pulp stem cells are mesanchymal and peripheral blood cells are hematopoietic stem cells. Bothe group of stem cells can differentiation to cardiac cells. Dental pulp stem cells are mesanchymal cells and peripheral blood cells are hematopoietic cells. For differentiation the cells to cardiomyocite we used 5-azacitidin and exitocin. After differentiation stem cells to cardiac cells, dental pulp stem cells and peripheral blood stem cells morphology was changed, before differentiation to cardiac cells, both group were elongated and after differentiated to cardiomyocit they have central typical nuclear and were stratified they expanded cytoplasmic papillae.
Evaluation of Water Quality Used For Drinking and Swimming Purposes in Ishiagu Community, Ebonyi State published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Anyim C.*1, Nwuzo, A.C. 1, Nworie, O1., Oko, M.O.2 and Agah, M.V. 1 Evaluation of water quality used for drinking and swimming purposes in Ishiagu community, Ebonyi were carried out on streams and rivers used for drinking and swimming purposes. The results obtained were compared with WHO and EPA standards for drinking and recreational water. Ikwoh stream did not comply with turbidity standard, while Ivo river and Iyodu stream did not also comply with the Mg2+ standard, all others water sources were within the standards set for PH, colour, total solids, total dissolved solids, acidity, total hardness, Ca2+ hardness, chloride and Iron. None of the water samples complied with bacteriological standards as Total coliform counts generally exceeded 1,600 MPN/ml, and pathogen count such as Salmonella- Shigella counts and Vibrio cholera counts also very high. The presence of pathogens in water for drinking and swimming purposes is of public health concern; hence there is a need for thorough treatment of streams and rivers, and focus on the elimination of coliform bacteria so as to prevent an epidemic of water related diseases.
Nail Patella Syndrome: A Rare Cause of Nephrotic Syndrome published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Sheetal Gupta, Dr. Mukesh Beniwal, Dr. Praveen Meti Nail-patella syndrome (NPS) is an autosomal dominant disorder reported in 1/50000 individuals, also known as hereditary onycho-osteodystrophy (HOOD). Diagnosis is usually based on clinical findings. We report a case of NPS which presented as nephrotic syndrome in a 3 year old male child. Physical examination revealed associated nail changes and bony deformities which were confirmed by the radiological evaluation.
Synthesis of Phenyl Substituted Thiosemicarbazone as Antituberculosis Agent published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Susanta Kumar Giri Thiosemicarbazone (TSC) & it derivatives have raised considerable interest in chemistry and biology due to their different antigenic property and activities specialy for anti- tubercular drug. Two compounds of hydrazinecarbothioamide were synthesized via three steps starting from hydrazine hydrate and carbon disulfide using the state of art approaches (substructural approach based on the pattern recognition)
EFFECT OF CUTTING PARAMETERS ON THE MULTIPLE RESPONSES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ch. Maheswara Rao*, K. Jagadeeswara Rao, K. Laxmana Rao The present work is to explore the effect of cutting parameters (speed, feed and depth of cut) on the responses in the machining of a medium carbon steel EN8. The experiments were conducted on a conventional lathe using a tungsten carbide tool under dry environment. Taguchi’s standard L27 Orthogonal Array has been used for the experiment . Material Removal Rate (MRR) and Surface Roug hness (R a ) were considered as the experimental responses. Taguchi based Grey Relational Grade method has been employed for the optimization of the multiple - responses. From the grey results, the optimal combination of the multiple - responses were found at v3 - f3 - d3, i.e. speed at 760 rpm, feed at 0.3 mm/rev and depth of cut at 1.5 mm respectively. Main effect plots for Grey Relational Grade (GRG) was drawn using MINITAB - 16 software. From the main effect plots, it is found that the main effect is due to speed f ollowed by the depth of cut and feed in affecting the multiple - responses
Gross Enrolment Ratio in Higher Education in India: A Study From 2001-02 to 2012-13. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Rahul Kundal There has been a rising trend in Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in education sector of India in the past times. It has been increasing at primary, secondary and tertiary levels of educational attainment. The present study aims at explaining the trend of GER in higher education sector (HES) of India from the year 2001-02 to the year 2012-13. It tends to observe the trends of GER in HES of India in case of both boys and girls who are enrolled in higher education in India during the time period of the study. The present study shall try to recommend certain policy implications for further improving the GER in HES in India.
CLINICAL TRIAL OF POLY HERBAL PRODUCT IN THE TREATMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Harisha.S1, Kiran Vuppala1*, Dr. Beena Thomas2, Dr. Rajanna Muniswamappa 3 Background: Diabetes mellitus, often simply referred to as diabetes, is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the body 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) and myalgia. Objectives: The aim of the study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Diaboherb in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Conclusion: Diaboherb is found effective in treating the type II diabetes patients with positive outcome on the quality of life like Polyuria (frequent urination), Polydipsia (increased thirst) and Polyphagia (increased hunger) and myalgia.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A REVERSED-PHASE HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATIONOF DOMPERIDONE IN TABLET DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kandimalla Srinavasa rao and K. Vasantha Kumar Pai* A simple selective and rapid reversed phase High Performance Liquid Chromatographic (RP-HPLC) method has been developed and validated for the simultaneous analysis of domperidone in tablet dosage form. The chromatographic system consisted of two LC-20 AT pump, SPD-20A UV detector, SIL-20A auto-sampler and CTO- 10ASVP column oven. Chromatographic separation of rugs was achieved on a Shim-Pack C18 column (250 mm x 4.6 mm, 5 ?m) as stationary phase with a mobile phase comprising of phosphate buffer (pH adjusted to 3.00 with sodium hydroxide): methanol in the ratio 30:70 (v/v) at a flow rate of 1.0 ml/min with UV detection at 280 nm. Retention time was 3.17 minutes for domperidone
Experimental Analysis of Automotive Exhaust Heat Exchanger for Thermal Uniformity published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mr. Jadhav Vishal | Mr. D. S. Patil The I.C. Engines are losing large amount of heat into environment directly. This waste heat can be reused for other purpose like TEG, Air conditioning etc. A heat exchanger is a device that is used to transfer thermal energy between two or more fluids, between a solid surface and a fluid, or between solid particulates and a fluid, at different temperatures and in thermal contact. In case of TEG there is need to have temperature uniformity on surface of heat exchanger is important. So, it is important design achieve thermal uniformity for converting the heat into other form of energy effectively. Mr. Jadhav Vishal | Mr. D. S. Patil"Experimental Analysis of Automotive Exhaust Heat Exchanger for Thermal Uniformity" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11702.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/11702/experimental-analysis-of--automotive-exhaust-heat-exchanger-for-thermal-uniformity/mr-jadhav-vishal
Lohas:the Rise of Ethical Consumerism published in

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Thiyagaraj . V. Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) are defined as a demographic defining a particular market segment related to sustainable living, "green" ecological initiatives, and generally composed of a relatively upscale and well-educated population segment.This new era of ethical consumerism only shows signs of accelerating and penetrating further into consumer consciousness. Perhaps the LOHAS model represents the new mode of activism for the 21st centuryheres to sustainability and future generations.Researchers have reported a range of sizes of the LOHAS market segment.The five LOHAS segments are,Lohas,Naturalites,Drifte rs,Conventionals and Unconcerned.
A NOVEL VALIDATED STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR DETERMINATION OF AZILSARTAN MEDOXOMIL IN ITS DOSAGE FORM published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Madala Anuradha*, Sarad Pawar Naik .B A simple, specific, accurate and novel stability indicating reverse phase High performance liquid chromatographic method was developed and validated for the estimation of Azilsartan Medoxil in its Dosage form. Azilsartan medoxil is an angiotensin-II receptor antagonist used in the treatment of hypertension. Chromatography was performed using C18 column Qualisil Gold (250 X 4.6 mm, 5μm) with mobile phase consisting 0.2% trifluroacetic acid in acetonitrile and 0.2% trifluroacetic acid in MilliQ water in the ratio of 62:38.The pH was adjusted to 3 with orthophosphoric acid. The detection was carried out at 248nm and retention time (RT) of Azilsartan Medoxil was found to be 7.353min.The method was validated in terms of linearity(20-120 µg/ml), precision, accuracy, specificity, LOD(0.0186µg/ml), and LOQ(0.0613 µg/ml) were well within limits. Azilsartan Medoxil was subjected to stress conditions including acidic, alkaline, oxidative, photolysis and thermal degradation and the results showed that it was highly sensitive to alkaline conditions followed by liable to photolytic, oxidative, thermal, acidic and neutral stress conditions. The degraded products were well resolved from the analyte peak with significant difference in their RT values. Keywords: Azilsartan medoxil, Reverse phase, Stability indicating, Chromatography.
SOME QUESTIONS SIMULATION OF INTERACTIVE DYNAMIC SYSTEMS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov The process of developing an interactive model is a rather complicated process. In the structure of the model is necessary not only to draw up the conditions that influence its work, and also to connect directly with the graphic libraries and the matrices of transformation of the coordinates. In this article the approach and the implementation of the three-dimensional model calculation of the orbital trajectories of objects interactively in the Delphi-XE4.
A STUDY OF FACTOR PATTERN IN ORDER TO DISCUSS THE CLUSTER IN WHICH THE DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF CHEMISTRY FALL. published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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B.P.Singh T he present study was concerned with the investigation of factor pattern in order to discuss the clusters in which the different aspects of achievement in Chemistry fall at senior secondary level. Researcher c onstructed 18 achievement tests in C hemistry. Authentic scores obtained from reliable and valid objective type tests were taken into items and distributed over the whole course to get factors which were obtained after first reiteration. Orthogonal rotation had to be carried out and Turnstone s method of Extended Vectors was used, as it leads to the simple structure. Only the first five factors were taken for rotation. The obtained results indicate that the fundamental abilities essential for learning Chemistry are: (a) Conceptual and Visual Perception (b) Deductive Reasoning (c) Mechanism and nomenclature (d) Numerical (e) Inference
Effect of Load on Biochemical Parameters in Mules published in

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P. S. Lamba, A. Moolchandani, M. Sareen, Y. Pal, Naveen Kumar Singh, K. C. Dagar, M. Nehara The investigation was carried out to study the effects of load on biochemical parameters (glucose, cholesterol, urea and lactate) in mules. Five healthy mule 5 to 6 years of age were subjected to loading exercise (i.e. 10% draft load for 1 to 5 days and 20% draft load from 6th to 10th day). ANOVA revealed a highly significant (p?0.01) increase in blood lactate and urea at 10% and 20% draft load. Cholesterol showed non- significant (p?0.05) effect at 10% and showed highly significant (p?0.01) effect at 20% draft load. Glucose indicated highly significant decrease at 10% and 20% draft load.
DESIGNING OF L-PHENYLALANINE-AMMONIA-LYASE STRAIN-PRODUCER ON THE BASIS OF CELLS ESCHERICHIA COLI published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Olga Olegovna Babich;Alexandr Yurevich Prosekov The purpose of this study is to design of L-phenylalanine-ammonia-lyase strain-producer on the basis of cells Escherichia coli.
Surgical Scar Swelling Surprises Surgeons with Endometriosis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Shanta B. Patil, Dr. Akshaymahesh Kriplani With a reported incidence of 0.03%3.5% Abdominal Wall Endometriosis (AWE) is a rare entity. A 32year old female who presents with a 3x3cm lump over the right inguinal region since one year, just along the scar of the previous caesarean section, done 18 months back. With an increase in size in the last 6 months, there was a classical history of cyclical pain. USG abdomen confirmed it as an isoechoic lesion within the muscle plane. FNAC showed glandular epithelial cells in clusters within spindle cell. Forming an example of Iatrogenic Direct Implantation Theory of AWE, a wide surgical excision with 1cm clear margins was done; wherein the mass was seen limited in the musculo-fascial planes; with primary closure of the defect. Diagnosis was confirmed on Histopathology. The patient currently remains asymptomatic in the 6 months of post-operative follow up with no signs of recurrence
Oral Cavity Considerations for the Patient with Renal Disease published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Dr. Amit Kumar Verma Chronic renal disease CRD is the renal disease that manifests oral consequences most frequently, and it is defined as a progressive and irreversible decline in renal function associated with a reduced glomerular filtration rate GFR . The most frequent causes of CRD are diabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension and glomerulonephritis. CRD is classified in 5 stages - from kidney damage with normal or increased GFR to renal failure. The importance of CRD for the dental practitioner lies in the fact that an increasing number of patients with this disease will probably demand dental treatment and that up to 90 of them will show oral signs and symptoms related to this systemic disease. Dental management must be adapted to these patients' special conditions, as a greater bleeding tendency, hypertension, anaemia, drug intolerance, increased susceptibility to infections and the presence of several oral manifestations associated with either the disease or its treatment. Good dental health isn't just about preventing cavities and keeping your gums healthy. Both tooth decay and gum disease can lead to infections that can cause problems for people with kidney disease Dr. Amit Kumar Verma "Oral Cavity Considerations for the Patient with Renal Disease" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18566.pdf
E-Banking: Usage and Problems Faced by Bank Customers published in

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S. Sweety Regina Mary Our nation is moving forward in developing its electronic services to meet the challenges of this century. One of the electronic services which is gaining more popularity and attention is e-banking. The consideration given to the e-banking by the current traditional banking customers may be due to the changes in the banking consumers lifestyle, and this lifestyle has become compatible to the new way of conducting banking services online. However, the trust and security will be the central factors that influence banking customers acceptance of the service. This paper report the usage and problems face while using e-banking facilities by bank customers in Coimbatore city. So, a survey was conducted and sampled copies of 120 questionnaires were distributed to the banks customers. The customer faces various problems while using e-baking facilities. So respond to the problem of e-baking facilities and customer mindset. The paper prepare in reference of the problem understanding and solving through the help customers and banks. Findings show that the e-banking facilities are used when it is required, most of them are using these facilities because it saves times.
German Pattern Melodies of the 16th Century Protestant Hungarian Hymns published in

Studia UBB Musica

Published by Babes-Bolyai University
gnes TRK The appearance of the hymns of the German Protestantism in Hungary were clear and reasonable from theological and practical points of view of as well. This essay discusses the hymns and does not draw a distinction between the text writer Luther and the melody writer Luther or other German hymn writer priests. On the basis of Istvn Glszcsis and Gallus Huszrs Hymnal this essay proves that the majority of the foreign melodies of the sixteenth century Hungarian Protestant song-material shows German relations despite some of todays conclusions. When comparing vernacular songs we can draw up conclusions about their origins only through clear-cut differences. By identifying the possible German sources the proportion of the German and Hungarian chants can be defined well.
Day-case surgery for inguinal hernia: Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair under local anesthesia performed by surgical residents. published in

Archives of Clinical and Experimental Medicine

Published by Mustafa Hasbahceci
İsmail Ege Subaşı [1] , Metin Yucel [2] , Mustafa Hasbahçeci [3] , Fatih Başak [4] , Orhan Alimoglu [5] Background: Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair with local anesthesia as a day-case surgery is one of aspects of education in inguinal hernia surgery as a surgical training program. In this study, we aimed to present these surgery performed by residents. Methods: Forty years and older male patients diagnosed as primary inguinal hernia were included prospectively between June 2009 and March 2011. Surgical outcomes with respect to recurrence and chronic postoperative pain were studied. Results: There were 151 patients with a mean age of 55.7±10.8. Intraoperative evaluation revealed direct in 84 (55.6%), indirect in 58 (38.4%) and combined hernia in 9 (6.0%). Mean operation time was 51.2±13.2 minutes which was significantly higher in obese patients (p<0.05). Patients were discharged at postoperatively 8 hours or less in 143 (94.7%). Most of the patients (90.7%) were reported to choose local anesthesia again. Eleven and four patients reported pain scores of 0.23±0.7 (range 0-4) and 0.07±0.4 (range 0-3) at 6th and 12th month evaluations, respectively. At the postoperative 1st day, 137 (90.7%) patients could return to daily activities. There were 28 (18.5%) hematoma and seroma formation, and 18 (11.9%) wound infection. There was no mesh reaction; however, 2 (1.3%) recurrences were detected after one year of the operation. Conclusions: Lichtenstein inguinal hernia repair under local anesthesia as a day case surgery should be chosen as a primary treatment method, and can be performed by surgical residents under supervision in a safe manner.
Modeling and Simulation of Self Excited Induction Machine for Wind Power Generation published in

ACEEE International Journal on Electrical and Power Engineering

Published by ACEEE
R. Janakiraman and S. Paramasivam Objective of this paper is to propose modeling and simulation of self-excited induction machine for wind power generation (SEIMWPG). The earlier models of such generators capable of generating electric power are facing huge mechanical losses due to wear and tear in the tightly coupled mechanical gear systems. Due to this heavy arrangement in each and every constituent mechanical assembly, the earlier design could not provide maximum efficiency. In this paper the proposed model focuses on the performance of the system using the concept of variation of mutual inductance in the generator windings. This new model can be possible to generate maximum power with the variation of mutual inductance of stator and rotor windings irrespective of the variation of wind velocities. The complete system is modeled and simulated in the MAT LAB/ SIMULINK environment. The results of this renewable model and design are to promote green energy systems in the future.
Efficacy of supplementation of bael (Aegle marmelos L.) and nutrition counselling on food and nutrient intake of the noninsulin dependent diabetics published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
UTTARA SINGH AND ANITA KOCHHAR One hundred twenty non-insulin dependent diabetic subjects were selected from Punjab Agricultural University and Civil Hospital of Ludhiana. The selected subjects were divided into four groups viz., group I, II, III and IV having thirty subjects each. The subjects of group I were not given any treatment. The nutrition education was given for three months after fifteen days interval to the subjects of group II, III and IV through individual and group contact and gain in nutrition knowledge was assessed after the study. The mean daily intake of green leafy vegetables, other vegetables and fruits increased significantly (P=0.01) in the subjects of group II, III and IV and a non-significant increase (P=0.01) was seen in the subjects of group I. The mean energy, carbohydrates, protein and fat intake decreased significantly (P=0.01) in the subjects of group II, III and IV and a non-significant decrease (P=0.01) was seen in the subjects of group I. Therefore, it can be reported from the results that supplementation of bael (Aegle marmelos L.) leaf, pulp and seed powder along with nutrition counseling significantly improved the food and nutrient inake of the diabetic patients.
Fractal Entropy: The Return of Unified Theory of Cancer published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

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Impact of nutrition education on dietary behaviour and the hemoglobin status of the rural adolescent girls published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
PARMINDERKAUR The present study was undertaken to assess the impact of nutrition education on the dietary behaviour and the haemoglobin status of the rural adolescent girls. The study was conducted on the 60 (sixty) anaemic rural adolescent girls aged between 13-16 years studying in the rural government senior secondary schools of Moga district of Punjab state. A pre-tested interview schedule was used to collect the relevant information. Part I of the interview schedule comprised questions regarding general information on type of family, family size, occupation, age, educational level and income of the family. Part II of the interview schedule comprised questions regarding the dietary pattern and general health and hygiene practices followed by the adolescents. Nutritional status of the adolescent girls was assessed by anthropometric parameters (Height and weight), clinical examinations, hemoglobin status and dietary survey. After collecting the above said pre-requisite information, the sample (n=60) was further divided into two groups namely intervention and control group (n=30). For the experimental group, nutrition education intervention was given fortnightly for a period of three months. The nutrition education strategy was aimed at motivating adolescent girls to understand their nutritional vulnerability and to improve their diets to benefit their health and well being. The control group was not exposed to any formal nutrition education. After the three months intervention programme, part-II of the interview schedule was again administered to collect the relevant information. Nutritional status of the both intervention and control groups was also assessed. Data collected was analyzed by applying frequency, percentages, Chi-square and ttest. The results revealed that the nutrition education intervention proved to be successful in changing the attitude and dietary behaviour of the rural girls. Significant improvement was observed in the dietary pattern of the girls. Significant increase in weight gain (2.4 kg) was observed in the intervention group. A marked increase in the height and haemoglobin of the intervention group was also observed but was statistically non-significant. However, the change was towards the increasing trend. Hence, from the study it could be concluded that nutrition education is one of the appropriate effective and sustainable approach to combat iron deficiency anaemia.
SECURE DATA AUTHENTICATION IN CLOUD USINGTRUSTED THIRD PARTY MODULE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr.K.S.Pawar (M.E Student) , Prof.S.A.Kahate(Asst.Professor) Now a days Information sharing is not an easy task if the information is sensitive part of the cloud and if it has the role based access permission re q uired . If particular document is uploaded by the data owner system module then data owner encrypt that file and give the attribute based security along with that file. This property is especially i mportant to any large scale Information sharing system, as the single and multi user comprom ise the key then it will be problem to data owner to secure the data. In this paper provide for main purpose a concrete and efficient instantiation of scheme provided , prove its attribute based security and provide an implementation part to show its pract icality. It has become more challenging part for data owner to share the data on cloud based System which is already existing use different technique to so lves security problems. Solutions which are existing system to solve this issue are becoming very crit ical part to handle the key based data security and it sharing information. T his paper will introduce the Trusted Third Party to authenticate user permission those who have the access to the data on cloud System .T rusted T hird P arty will use the Md - 5 algorit hm to generate the key and that key will get share to Athorise user as well as the owner. The T rusted T hird P arty module receives encrypted file F using RSA Algorithm from the data owner and computes h ash value using MD - 5 algorithm. It stores key in its dat abase which will be used during the changeble operations and to determine the cheating pa rty in the system cloud service Provider and data owner .T rusted T hird P arty send files F to C loud S ervice P rovider module to store on cloud.
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International informational and analytical journal ?Crede Experto: transport, society, education, language?

Published by the Irkutsk Branch of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation
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The Effect of Different Chemical Treatments and Salt Stresson the Germination Potential of Tavernieracuneifolia (Roth) Ali seeds published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Poonam S. Mangalorkar*, Karan G. Rana, Rahul D. Parikh and Padamnabhi S. Nagar Tavernieracuneifoliais an ethnobotanically important traditional medicinal plant of Semi-Arid region of India belonging to the family of Fabaceae. As the plant is ecologically identified as glycophyte the seeds were treated with various salts. Effect of various salts (KCl, MgCl2, NaCl, Na2CO3, MgSO4,) on the germination of T. cuneifolia seed was studied. Germination decreased with increase in salinity. The inhibition of germination by salt solution was in the order of NaCl> MgCl2> MgSO4>KCl. Non-germinated seeds under various salt treatments when transferred to distilled water recovered completely, indicating little ionic effect of salinity on seed germination and viability. Germination rate was highest in those seeds which were treated with concentrated sulphuric acid with the germination percentage to be 80.
THE IRKUTSK CENTRE OF MICA PROCESSING: FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik The article discusses the history of development of the Irkutsk centre of processing of mica. Presents the problems of the mica industry in the USSR. Analyzed potential strategic mining of mica 1930s of the XX century.
A Study on Challenges and Constraints Faced By Female Entrepreneurs to Develop Business in Gujarat published in

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Maulik K. Rathod An important role is played by the female entrepreneur in trade and industry as well as in Indian community. Whether it is a major or a minor business, females are entering in the in male dominant industrial society and face lot of challenges. However, their efforts create employment for other females which help in the development of economy and betterment not only in their lives but also in the lives of several others. Present study is an attempt to explore the challenges and constraints confronted by female entrepreneurs to develop their business in Gujarat state of India. The target industry as the population for the study is 150self-employed women located in 6 cities of Gujarat state and the businesses that are in operation for at least last 7 to 10 years. Data for the study is collected through in-depth interview of a sample of women entrepreneurs using structured questionnaire. It also proposes the approach of eliminating and reducing the constraints of women entrepreneurs in Indian perspective. The study identify challengesand constraints that female entrepreneurs for which Females should develop their basic knowledge of business and it is recommended that a continuous attempt to inspire, encourage, motivate and co-operate female entrepreneurs related to business or how to start own venture.
Remembering the Father of Indian Constitution - Dr. B R Ambedkar and his Role in Framing Indian Constitution published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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N. Srikanth India gained the status of free and sovereign nation-state on August 15, 1947 after a long struggle and countless sacrifices. It adopted Constitution on November 26, 1949 which came in enforcement on January 26, 1950. It is often considered as one of the gigantic constitutions in the world which establishes a democratic state. The inception of the Indian Constitution in 1950 was a significant event not only in the political history of India but also in the history of social justice and human rights To write about Dr. B.R. Ambedkars role in the making of Indian constitution is to write about the history of the debates held in the constitutional assembly. Dr. Ambedkar wanted to give such a Constitution to India as would help establish a new social order based on the lofty principles of social, economic and political justice. Whenever any question arose about the weaker sections of the society, his heart would go out for them and he would try to secure maximum political advantage and protection for them. This was indeed natural for him because he had fought for the uplift of these sections of society during his entire political career. He never concealed this fact from anyone. In fact, he once acknowledged that he had entered the Constituent Assembly solely to protect the interests of the downtrodden people. Let us now see how some of the articles of the Constitution came to be finally framed by the Constituent Assembly. In this research paper I would like to emphasize mostly on the ambedkars role in constitutional assembly debates while framing of Indian constitution. Here, in my research paper I will point out some most important features of the Constitution, viz. the Preamble, the Fundamental Rights, directive principles, and Art-32. N. Srikanth"Remembering the Father of Indian Constitution - Dr. B R Ambedkar and his Role in Framing Indian Constitution" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd7170.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/political-science/7170/remembering-the-father-of-indian-constitution----dr-b-r-ambedkar-and-his-role-in-framing-indian-constitution/n-srikanth
The effect of white curtains around phototherapy unit on the efficacy of phototherapy in the treatment of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia in Duhok published in

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Dr. Akrem M. Atrushi Background: Phototherapy is the most commonly used therapy in treatment of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia. Factors that increase the reflection of light to the baby's body surface can increase the efficacy of phototherapy in reducing serum bilirubin level. In this study we will use white curtains around phototherapy units and see whether this is effective. Patients and Methods: A case- control study conducted at Maternity and Obstetric Hospital in Duhok, North of Iraq from January to October 2014. All the neonates admitted to this unit who had significant indirect hyperbilirubinemia were included.The case group received standard phototherapy with white curtain around the incubator thatwas made of white paper which covered three sides while control group was treated by standard phototherapy without a white curtain .The distance between the skin and the lamps was approximately 40 cm. Continuous standard phototherapy units (model DAVID XHZ2-90) with 6 blue lamps (Philips TL 20W/52, Philips Lighting Co., The Netherlands) were used.The total serum bilirubin was measured after 4 hours and then every 12 hours.. Statistical analysis of results was doneby applying SPSS 16.0 to find out the possible significance where P<0.05 is considered significant. Results: The overall rate of lowering of serum bilirubin in cases with white curtains is 0.85 mg/dl/4 hrs versus0.76 mg/ dl.4 hrs in controls.The rate of TSB lowering incases is significantly higher than in controls in most of weight groups.In the age group of 2, 5 and 6 days the rate was significantly higher in cases than controls. In those with TSB 10.1-15 mg/dl, the rate of TSB lowering was significantly higher in cases than in controls. Also in fullterms the rate of lowering was significantly higher in cases than controls Conclusion: White curtains around phototherapy unit increases the efficacy of phototherapy in treatment of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia with significant relation to age, weight, maturity and initial serum bilirubin level.
Study of Shareholder Value Creation and Measurement with use "Value based Management " Method (Vbm) published in

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BHOJWANI VINA R, THAKKAR MANOJ K To mesure shareholder Value Creation has been the issue of discussion has been the issue of discussion all around the world. It has become crucial since the companies were increasingly committing to creating shareholer value creation Therefore new valution methods are needed to use in company. However,the changing process from the traditional methods to the new ones is not easily welcomed. How then shareholder value creation is mesured nowdays is of crucial importance. since the mejority of them are still using the traditional ethods to the new ones is not easily welcomed. How then shareholder value creation is mesured nowdays is of crucial importance since the mejority of them are still using the traditional accounting mesures Having notice this study is an attempt to avalyze the value creation with help of VBM method from current position analysis.
Oncocytic carcinoma of parotid gland - a case report. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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R. Rajya Lakshmi, B. V. Rama Reddy, V. Rajani, Ramesh Uppada Oncocytic carcinoma (OC) is an unusual proliferation of cytomorphologically malignant oncocytes and adenocarcinomatous architecture phenotypes mainly found in glandular tissue, accounting for 0.5% of all epithelial salivary gland malignancies and 0.18% of all epithelial salivary gland tumors. The terms oncocytic carcinoma, oncocytic adenocarcinoma, malignant oncocytoma and malignant oxyphilic adenoma are synonymous. The majority of OC cases have occurred in the parotid glands, but tumors that involved the submandibular gland and minor glands of the palate have also been described. We present a case of Oncocytic carcinoma of parotid gland in a 60 year old female who underwent superficial parotidectomy .
Prevalence of HIV, HBV & HCV and their co-infections among intravenous drug users at a harm reduction centre in Amritsar: A case control study. published in

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Dr. Kamalpreet Kaur, Dr. Sita Malhotra, Dr. Pushpa Devi, Dr. P. D. Garg, Dr. Shailpreet Sidhu Background-Intravenous drug users represent a special subgroup of populations who are at an exaggerated risk of acquiring blood borne viral infections especially HIV, HBV & HCV. Also due to shared risk factors they are more prone to get co-infected with them worsening the clinical conditions and increasing case fatalities. Material & Methods-The sera samples from 100 intravenous drug users attending Opioid substitution therapy centre and 100 healthy age matched controls were taken and tested for antibodies to HIV-1 & 2, HBsAg and anti-HCV antibodies using rapid assays. Results-Overall seroprevalence rate for HIV was 20%, HBV 11% and HCV 42% .The co-infection rates for HIV+HBV, HIV+HCV, HBV+HCV and HIV+HBV+HCV was 4%,12%,4% and 1% respectively. High risk drug abuse behaviours were reported in 41%, prolonged duration of drug injection >1 year in 68% and multiple injections per day in 70% of the Intravenous drug users. Risky sexual practices like encounter with commercial sex workers and multiple sexual partners were reported in 34% of injectors. Conclusion- A high population of intravenous drug users, common precursor risk factors and the ever growing menace of these three blood borne viral infections necessitates the need of understanding the dynamics of drug injecting population and also to estimate the burden of these infectious markers among them.
A Survey: Modernizing Agriculture in India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Naren M S | Nishita K Murthy | Manjunath C R | Soumya K N Around 60“ 70% of populace in India rely on the Agriculture division. In India, the water management system used in agriculture is obsolete which is causing poor usage of water resources. In some places, faulty techniques are used which results in under-usage or over-usage of water which impacts on the production of crops and decreases the yield. Not only this, proper education or knowledge is not spread to the farmers which will help them increase their production and business by knowing information regarding the soil type and moisture content which is required for a particular crop. Giving modern touch to the agriculture methods is of utmost importance because of the need in agriculture and food for the people to survive. Use of far-reaching and profound technologies such as IoT and cloud computing for modernizing and improving the traditional/ long-established/ conventional agricultural methods can control the cost, maintenance and provide greater expertise regarding production, quality of seeds, fertilizers, weed, pest control and irrigation. The latest technology like configurable wireless networks, sensors, and other cloud computing resources can be used to build and establish sustainable cloud services for betterment of agriculture. Naren M S | Nishita K Murthy | Manjunath C R | Soumya K N"A Survey: Modernizing Agriculture in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12934.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/12934/a-survey-modernizing-agriculture-in-india/naren-m-s
Effect of Hyperbilirubinemia on Renal Function in Cases of Acute Hepatitis A published in

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Dr. Snehawadalkar, Dr. A. D. Deepak, Dr. Parineetasamant, Dr. Santoshgawali, Dr. Vinita Singh Acute hepatitis A is a self limiting infectious disease. Inspite of rare Extrahepatic manifestations, cases of acute renal failure are reported. Awareness of the potential renal involvement in hepatitis virus infection has become a need. | AIM : To co-relate serum levels of Total Bilirubin with Renal parameters in Acute hepatitis A patients. | METHODLOGY: Blood samples of 40 diagnosed Acute Hepatitis A patients, within age group of 30-60 yrs were collected on day1, day6 and day12 of hospitalization and analysed for liver and renal profile. Results were compared and co-related statistically. | RESULT: Serum total bilirubin (14.7+1.11 mg/dl) was increased on day 1 which decreased on day6 (13.8+1.99 mg/dl); with significant decrease on day12 (12.8+0.34 mg/dl, p<0.0001). On day6 Serum Creatinine (5.6+0.51) and BUN (119 12.4mg/dl, p < 0.0001) showed statistically significant increase. Total Bilirubin showed strong positive correlation with Creatinine (r=0.675) and BUN (r=0.955) on day6. | CONCLUSION: Hyperbilirubinemia may be considered as one of the cause of functional renal impairment in Acute Hepatitis A infection.
Azadirachta Indica A. Juss. Leaf Extract Mediated Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles and their Antibacterial Efficacy Against Selected Human Pathogens published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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T. Leon Stephan Raj | J. Vijayakumari | M. Menaga The present study deals with the biological synthesis of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) from the leaves of Azadirachta indicia and their efficacy against human pathogens. Azadirachta indicia has the potent medicinal properties and used in different aspects of traditional medicines. The presence of silver nanoparticles was confirmed by the formation of brown color of the reaction mixture. The green synthesized silver nanoparticles were characterized by Fourier transmission infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) analysis and X-ray diffraction (XRD). FT-IR revealed that the functional groups were observed and capped with plant secondary metabolites. X-ray diffraction was used to confirm the crystalline nature of the particles. Antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticles was performed by agar disc diffusion method against Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterococcus faecalis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The highest zone of inhiitionof silver nanoparticles synthesized by Azadirachta indica extracts was found against Klebsiella pneumoniae (17 mm). The silver nanoparticle synthesized in this process has the efficient antibacterial activity against pathogenic bacteria. It can be used in the field of medicine, due to their high antibacterial activity. T. Leon Stephan Raj | J. Vijayakumari | M. Menaga"Azadirachta Indica A. Juss. Leaf Extract Mediated Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles and their Antibacterial Efficacy Against Selected Human Pathogens" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd16986.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/16986/azadirachta-indica-a-juss-leaf-extract-mediated-synthesis-of-silver-nanoparticles-and-their-antibacterial-efficacy-against-selected-human-pathogens/t-leon-stephan-raj
A Study on the Development of Curriculum Track for Civil Service Librarian published in

International Journal of Knowledge Content and Technology

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ms. Challa Madhavi | Dr. Nalini Bikkana Quality of work life plays an important role in the present global business environment to improve the organizational performance and excellence in terms of achieving profitability and productivity to reach the organizational goals. The work life is based on the Persons mentality and the psychological factors. Authors, people of organization, psychologists and also the management consultants agreed to give a 100% perfect definition based on their experience and observations. The happiness and behavior of the employees is measured by their way of life. The employees life style is determined with individual characteristics and individual characteristics of need pattern, tolerance of every issue in organization, work principles, values, abilities and skills of the employees. People behavior and work life balance usually varies from person to person. Reaching higher position will satisfy the mental urges. Engaging with the given work will also be helpful for balancing the personal life satisfaction. Organizational trainings and career development will be helpful to precise the quality of work life Appreciations, and Motivation, are the most important needs. It is important factor of work life status improvement. More recognition in job needs to be appreciated. Employees must be rewarded for his extra work Development and work skills. At the same time lethargic and lazy employees must be penalized. This will be helpful in motivating employees. Ms. Challa Madhavi | Dr. Nalini Bikkana"Quality of work life and Human resource Management in Business Process Management (BPM) Companies in India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-2 , February 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8288.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-ethics/8288/quality-of-work-life-and-human-resource-management-in-business-process-management-bpm-companies-in-india/ms-challa-madhavi
Interpretation of upper gastrointestinal tract endoscopic biopsies A retrospective study. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Jayshree M Shah, Dr Falguni R Shah, Dr Nupur B Atit, Dr Sejal R Kakadiya CONTEXT: Upper gastrointestinal tract endoscopy is very useful tool to diagnose variety of lesions of oesophagus, stomach and duodenum. AIMS & OBJECTIVES: To study the histopathological spectrum of lesions of the upper gastrointestinal tract by the examination of endoscopic biopsies. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Present study included 100 endoscopic biopsies of which 41 were oesophageal, 48 were stomach, 4 were from oesophago-gastric junction and 7 were from duodenum. RESULTS: The study included 100 cases out of which 61 were males and 39 were females[(M:F (1.5:1)].Age of the patients varied from 15 to 82 years. Among 100 biopsies 56 were neoplastic , 41 were non neoplastic lesions, 2 were normal and 1 was inconclusive for the diagnosis. Study showed 56 cases were neoplastic out of which 35 neoplastic lesions were found in oesophagus , 18 were found in stomach , 3 lesions were from oesophago-gastric junction. Most of non-neoplastic lesions were found from stomach. CONCLUSION: The study highlights early detection of malignant lesions which remarkably improved the prognosis of the patients
Make in India Scheme For Transforming India published in

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S. Soundhariya Make in India is an international marketing strategy, conceptualized by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi on 25 September 2014 to attract investments from businesses around the world and make India the manufacturing Hub. The aim is to take a share of manufacturing in countrys gross domestic product from stagnant 16% currently to 25% by 2022, as stated in national manufacturing policy, and to create 100 million jobs by 2022. The major objective behind the initiative is to focus on 25 sectors of the economy for job creation and skill enhancement. Make in India is the key to revitalization of Indian economy. It is one of the schemes to pull back the economy from clutches of recession. Make in India initiative aims to correct the composition of Indian GDP which is the root cause of recession. Currently Indias GDP is heavily tilted in favor of service sector. Secondary research is used for the purpose of the study and this paper discusses about Make in India scheme, its opportunities , challenges, changes needed and some examples of different investors, invested so far. Make in India campaign surely makes India an investment destination and global hub for manufacturing and innovation.
A Study on The Problems of Rural Finance and its Distribution For The Balanced Agricultural Development published in

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Mrs. P. Menakadevi, Dr. M. Latha Natarajan The financial system or the financial sector of any country consists of Specialized and Non-specialized financial institutions, Organized and Unorganized financial markets and financial instruments and services which facilitate transfer of funds. Similarly the procedures and practices adopted in the markets, and financial interrelationships are also parts of the financial system. But these procedures and practices adopted in the financial system has a huge impact on the transfer of funds from the supply side to the demand side. To be precise, these financial systems are not always mutually exclusive. This complex procedures and practices adopted in the financial system have been severely affectedby the flow of funds especially it hinders the rural finance and agricultural development. This paper tries to address such inbuilt problems of our financial system and its impact on the distribution of the rural finance for the balanced agriculture development.
Understanding the Challenges of Women Empowerment in Indian Muslim Societies published in

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Dr. Selim Chisti, Kalpita Ray Women empowerment is the key route for the development of any society in all areas including health, education, asset ownership, skills, political participation etc. Muslim women in India are indeed the potential catalyst for development. Their emancipation may be a crucial step in the balanced development of the community. Women in India face many challenges within their families, communities and religion. This paper discusses the challenges of Indian Muslim women regarding their empowerment through participation in workforce, access to education and involvement in political power.
Development of Aluminum Foams by Different Methods and Evaluation of its Density by Archimedes Principle published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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B.U. Vinay and K.V. Sreenivas Rao Methods for producing metal foams are many, but obtaining repeatability in the properties is very difficult. The main challenge posed by the metal foam is that obtaining homogeneous porosity. Although lot of problems involved in the development of metal foams, research people are attracted to the metal foams because of its attractive properties like acoustic damping, bomb mitigation, light weight etc. By considering the development of Aluminum foams as important aspect, some methods have been adopted and attempts have been made to produce metal foams at lower cost. The methods developed for the Aluminum foams were Aluminum foam production using NaCl crystal as a place holder in the Al melt, Aluminum foam production using NaCl crystal as a place holder in sand salt mold, Aluminum foam production using NaCl crystal as a place holder by simultaneous pouring concept.The problems associated in each process and its effect on the density and porosity of the foam were discussed.
Molecular-genetic aspects of the POU 1 F 1 gene in Holstein reproductive traits published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Ward M. Ashraf | Abuargob M. Omry | Hdud M. Ismail | Elgusbi M. Tarek | Ruban Y. Sergey The development of DNA technologies within the framework of the concept of gene marker selection allows us to evaluate animals by allelic variants of genes, directly or indirectly related to productive features. The authors study the polymorphism of the POU1F1 gene and its relation to the milk productivity of Holstein breed cows. As part of the study the samples of biological materials were taken from 50 animals, commercial sets were used to isolate genomic DNA, and polymorphism was analyzed according to a standard procedure. The results of the studies showed that the polymorphism of the POU1F1 gene has a significant effect on the average daily yield of milk yield and milk yield for 305 days of lactation in Holstein breed cows. The authors also found out that alleles, but not genotypes, have the greatest influence on the symptoms. The conducted studies allow to suggest that the diagnosis of allelic variants of the POU1F1 gene can be used in practical work to select heifers genetically predisposed to the highest milk yields. Ward M. Ashraf | Abuargob M. Omry | Hdud M. Ismail | Elgusbi M. Tarek | Ruban Y. Sergey"Molecular-genetic aspects of the POU 1 F 1 gene in Holstein reproductive traits" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12812.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/molecular-biology/12812/molecular-genetic-aspects-of-the-pou-1-f-1-gene-in-holstein-reproductive-traits/ward-m-ashraf
Development of E-Commerce in Recent Trends: A Review published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Vikram Jain This paper represents the report on Development and success of e-commerce. It helps to analyze the development of e-commerce and the success factors to be considered in the growth of business. The analysis concluded that software, music (CDs) and literature (books and magazines) continue to dominate on-line purchases; however, new industries are finding their place on the web as well. Travel and tourism companies, grocery and department store chains and non apparel specialty stores were making their presence known. It was stressed that the companies must undertake the beginning of an implementation plan to involve in e-commerce.
Analysis of WebLog Usage Mining For Intelligent Recommendation published in

IJICAR - International Journal of Integrated Computer Applications & Research

Published by Research Promoters Pvt. Ltd.
Priyanka D. Doltade, Sarika K. Bodage, Ajinkya V. Bochare, Rahul A. Patil Nowadays weblog usage is tremendously increased. There is need of storing the log for further requirements and analysis. This huge amount of weblog is stored into Web Server Log. Web server log keeps the records of web usage of web users. All this information which is saved in web log will be used for different purposes. For example, different preprocessing techniques can be applied on recorded weblog; from this we can get useful patterns and analysis of web usage in a particular area or location. In this paper we are doing the analysis of web usage of users based on the location, age along with other parameters which helps in improving the quality of web services in terms of providing faster web browsing to clients and based on their frequent usage of a particular website, ISP will provide buffering to those particular websites only.
Assessment of the Potential of Three Attritor-milled and Consolidated Nanostructured Materials for Sliding Wear-resistant Applications published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Malur N Srinivasan This paper deals with the assessment of the potential of nanocrystalline tungsten carbide-cobalt (WCCo), titanium disilicide (TiSi2) and titanium silicide (Ti5Si3) for sliding wear-resistant applications. All the materials were milled in a laboratory attritor and the milled powders were consolidated using equal channel angular extrusion (ECAE) process in three cases and chemical consolidation using polycarbosilane (allylhydridopolycarbosilane-AHPCS) in one case. The microhardness of each consolidated sample was measured using a Vickers hardness tester. The crystallite sizes of WCCo, Ti5Si3and TiSi2consolidates after ECAE and Ti5Si3after attritor milling and prior to chemical consolidation were determined using X-ray diffraction and, the relationship between the crystallite size and microhardness in these cases was examined. The data on microhardness of all the samples was analyzed with reference to current literature to assess the potential of each consolidate for sliding wearresistant applications. The results indicate that attritor-milled Ti5 Si3 consolidated using polycarbosilane as the binder appears to have the best potential for sliding wear-resistant applications. The experimental data reported in this paper was obtained by former graduate students under the direction of the author at Lamar University.
SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATION OF Beta-CYCLODEXTRIN-EPICHLOROHYDRIN INCLUSION COMPLEX AS A PHARMACEUTICAL EXCIPIENT published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
K.N Poornima, R Deveswaran, S Bharath, B.V Basavaraj, V Madhavan A water soluble Beta-cyclodextrin-epichlorohydrin complex (Beta-CDEPI) was synthesized by one-step condensation polymerization. Drug- Beta-CDEPI inclusion complexes were prepared and characterized. Inclusion complexes prepared using lyophilization technique was used to formulate orodispersible tablets. Compatibility studies showed no interaction and characterization proved substantial inclusion complex formation. Drug content was found between 97-99%. In-vitro disintegration time was found to be less than 3 minutes and all the formulations showed complete drug release of 100% within 15 minutes. The formulations were found to be stable for a period of 6 months. Beta-CDEPI polymer enhances the solubility and thus effectively can be utilized to improve the aqueous solubility of poorly water soluble drugs.
Clinical Profile of Hemophilia in Children in a Tertiary Care Centre in Andhra Pradesh, India published in

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Lakshmi Chaitanya Varma Pusapati, Dr. Srinivasa Rao Majeti Introduction: Hemophilias are a group of inherited, life-long coagulation disorders. Hemophilia A (classic hemophilia, factor VIII deficiency) and hemophilia B (Christmas disease, factor IX deficiency) are sex-linked recessive disorders, with the incidence of hemophilia A outnumbering those with hemophilia B. Some of the patients have their disorder caused by mutation. Hemophilias are present in every nook and corner of the world and have a varied presentation. There is a high morbidity and mortality associated with it and knowing their presentation helps in better management practices. Objectives: To observe the clinical presentation of hemophilia in children. Methodology: This observational study was carried out in the Department of Pediatrics, Alluri Sitarama Raju Academy of Medical Sciences for a period of one year from 1st February 2014 to 31st January 2015. Clinical profile of 66 diagnosed cases of hemophilia <15 years of age was analyzed. Result: All the cases under the study were male with an age range of 3 months to 15 years. Hemophilia A was seen in 51(77%) cases and 15(23%) cases were identified as hemophilia B. Only 49% cases had family history of bleeding. Among hemophilia A, 49% were mild, 39% were moderate and 12% with severe hemophilia. 53.34% of hemophilia B presented with mild disease, 33.33% with moderate form of the disease and 13.33% with severe disease. Hemarthrosis (68%) was the most common problem with which the patients presented. Gum bleeding was the second most common presentation followed by prolonged bleeding after tooth extraction, bruises and Ecchymosis. 49% of the patients had their first bleeding symptoms between ages of 1-5 years and 85 %cases showed bleeding manifestation before the age of 5. Only 15% cases had presented after 5 years of age. Bruises and hematoma were the most common initial manifestation followed by joint bleeding, cut injury of lips and chin, scalp and facial hematoma. Conclusion: Bruises and hematoma were the main presentation features of the children in the study. Children with hemarthrosis have a rather morbid childhood. Cases as high as 36% of them presented before their first birthday which makes mandatory detection in infants.
PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF SURFACE WATER SAMPLE FROM PASHAN LAKE, PUNE. (MAHARASHTRA). INDIA. published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nirbhay S.Pimple* and Pranjali S. Amrujkar Pashan lake is an artificial lake built in 1990 to accommodate the water requirement of the neighbourhood. Its 12 kms from the city center of Pune. It has a catchment area of 40 square kilometers. The present study was undertaken to study the physico-chemical parameters of water samples collected from lake. The physicochemical parameter like, temperature, pH, total dissolved solids (TDS), turbidity, dissolved oxygen (DO), total alkalinity (TA), total hardness (TH), calcium (Ca++) magnesium (Mg++ ), sodium (Na+), potassium (K+),chloride (Cl-), was determined. The results were compared with standards prescribed by WHO (1973). It was found that the water samples collected from (Jan 2014-Dec 2014) showed contamination .All sample showed physicochemical parameters above the water quality standards (expect in the month of June-August) and the quality of water is very bad and it is unfit for drinking purpose. The reason behind this contamination is the human interference and the use of water for washing clothes and vehicle inspite the area being less populated compared to the other part of Pune city.
PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF THE LEAVES OF CUCURBITA MAXIMA DUCH EX LAM ON DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER AGAINST ?ETA AMYLOID INDUCED NEURO TOXICITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

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Sathish .S, Joshua Amarnath .D In the current study two fungal species are screened from 10 isolates was studied to assess its potential for the decolourisation of an azo dye (Congo red). In this study selected fungal strains, were tested in different culture condition to assess its real potential for bioremediation of dye in effluent. The biodegradation of this dye by these fungus Asperigillus Terreus (KJ522845) and Asperigillus fumigates (KJ522846) shown positive results for the degradation/ decolourisation of the dye. The result shows the optimum parameters for the degradation.
Survey of Data Mining Techniques in Precision Agriculture published in

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Tejas S. Mehta, Dr. Dhaval R. Kathiriya Agriculture sector plays crucial role in our economy. More than 70 percentage of population depends on agriculture or agriculture practice. When farmers harvest their yield, they also produce agricultural raw data. This data can be further used in data mining techniques for better crop management. There are various data mining techniques have been developed and successfully utilized in agriculture data mining tasks. The goal of this survey is to provide a comprehensive review of different types of data mining techniques used in Precision Agriculture.
Do Price Influence on Green Product Buying A Fresh Outlook in Trichy City published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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

Journal of Organization Design

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Teppo Felin Valve Corporation represents an intriguing case study of flat structure and self organization (Puranam & Hkonsson, 2015; Valve, 2012). The structures and practices of Valve of course are not new. But the company provides an interesting experiment and illustration that powerfully highlights how organizational design can impact individual and collective behavior, strategy and performance.
KARAKTERISASI BATUAN SERPIH PADA LAPANGAN “RK” FORMASI TANJUNG, CEKUNGAN BARITO, KALIMANTAN SELATAN SEBAGAI POTENSI SHALE HYDROCARBON published in

SPEKTRA: Jurnal Fisika dan Aplikasinya

Published by Fisika Universitas Negeri Jakarta
Taufan Amersia Sumotarto, Abdul Haris, Andang Bachtiar, Alfian Usman Eksplorasi dan eksploitasi di Indonesia saat ini masih terfokus pada energi konvensional hidrokarbon dibandingkan energi nonkonvensional hidrokarbon seperti gas serpih. Gas serpih adalah salah satu energi nonkonvensional yang kaya material organic dan mencapai kematangan, pada kondisi dan tipe tertentu mampu berfungsi sebagai reservoir minyak dan gas. Formasi Tanjung adalah batuan induk dari Cekungan Barito, terletak diKalimantan Selatan, berpotensi sebagai Shale Hydrocarbon. Pada penelitian ini dilakukan integrasi dari tiga metode diantaranya menggunakan analisis geokimia organik, petrofisika dan interpretasi seismik yang menjadi dasar untuk melihat hubungan kekayaan material organik dan kematangan material organik pada potensi gas serpih di wilayah tersebut. Tahap pertama adalah analisis geokimia organik pada Formasi Tanjung didapat tingkat kekayaan materi organik berkisar 1.26 – 5.98 wt% (Baik - sangat baik), jendela awal kematangan pada kedalaman 2170 m dan kategori tipe kerogen II/III menghasilkan minyak dan gas. Tahap kedua adalah analisis petrofisika yang meliputi perhitungan TOC secara kontinyu, hasil dari analisis petrofisika ini divalidasi dengan nilai analisis laboratorium, didapat nilai regresi 0.923. Tahap selanjutnya adalah melakukan interpretasi seismik dengan metode inversi impedansi akustik untuk melihat persebaran batuan serpih dengan nilai 17718 – 28222 ft/s*g/cc, arah penyebaran batuan serpih sebagai potensi shale hydrocarbon berada di timur dan tenggara daerah penelitian. Kata-kata kunci: Shale Hydrocarbon, Formasi Tanjung, Material Organik, Petrofisika dan Inversi Impedansi Akustik Abstract Exploration and exploitation in Indonesia currently still focused on conventional hydrocarbon energy than the energy of the nonkonvensional hydrocarbons such as shale gas. Shale gas is one of the energyrich organic material nonkonvensional and reach maturity, on the conditions and certain types are capable of functioning as a reservoir of oil and gas. The formation of the Cape is the parent rock of the Barito Basin, located diKalimantan South, potentially as Shale Hydrocarbon. This research was conducted on the integration of the three methods include using organic geochemical analysis, seismic interpretation and petrofisika which became the basis for the wealth of organic material see the relationship and maturity of organic material on the potential of shale gas in the region. The first phase is the analysis of Organic Geochemistry in Formation of Cape obtained the level of wealth of organic matter ranged from 1.26 – 5.98 wt% (Good-excellent), the initial maturity of the window at a depth of 2170 m and category II/III kerogen type produces oil and gas. The second phase is the analysis of petrofisika which include calculation of TOC continuously, the results of the analysis of this petrofisika validated with the value of the laboratory analysis, the regression value obtainable 0923. The next step is doing seismic interpretation with acoustic impedance inversion method to see the spread of the shale rocks with a value of 17718 – 28222 ft/s * g/cc, the direction of spread of shale rocks as shale hydrocarbon potential in the East and Southeast areas of research. Keywords: Shale Hydrocarbon Formation, Cape, organic Material, Petrofisika and Acoustic Impedance Inversion
Logstica reversa e sustentabilidade para a melhoria da cadeia: uma abordagem no panorama da reciclagem PET no Brasil. published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Alexandre Formigoni, Susan da Costa Santos & Beatriz Torres Medeiros O trabalho teve como objetivo reavaliar a logstica reversa do PET, apontar as falhas e partir das deficincias encontradas, tentar indicar caminhos na busca da sustentabilidade. Para isso utilizamos dois estudos de caso: o primeiro estudo analisa trs cooperativas e o perfil dos catadores em relao ao PET; o segundo o censo realizado pela Associao Brasileira da Indstria do PET, levantando dados sobre a cadeia reversa do material e perfil consumidor. A partir de dados levantados, e com a ajuda de uma reviso literria, apontar a sustentabilidade do PET, atravs de uma cadeia de suprimentos sustentvel. Palavras-chave: Sustentabilidade; PET; Cadeia de suprimentos; Reciclagem.
Arsenic contamination in ground water: an environmental issue published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. K. SANYAL Arsenic (As) is a naturally occurring element in the earths crust and is found throughout the environment. Increased As concentration in groundwater is generally associated with geogenic sources (Nordstrom, 2002; Smedly and Kinniburgh, 2002; Chakraborti et al. 2010; Sanyal, 2013) and has positive interaction with soil minerals (Kima et al. 2012). Of late, groundwater contamination in the Bengal delta basin of the Indian sub-tropics and Bangladesh, bound by the rivers Ganga and Padma, is of great concern to the world since the latter affects the soil-plant-animal/ human systems.
Effects of Barley Semolina on Physiological And Biochemical Parameters in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients published in

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Dr. Madhavi Reddy, Raja Reddy P, Raghavendra Prasad BN, Mahesh V Scanty data is available in the dietary use of barley in chronic kidney disease patients. Objectives: To study the effects of barley semolina on physiological and biochemical parameters in chronic kidney disease patientsMethods:Forty-nine patients of stage three chronic kidney disease were selected to evaluate the effects of barley semolina. Baseline patients data including anthropometric measurements, hemograme, serum electrolytes, lipid profile and renal function were noted. All participants were then advised to consume barley in their daily breakfast at 10% of daily calorie requirement for one month and 20% in the second month. At the end of both first and second month the participants were evaluated for change in baseline data.Results: A significant improvement in the nutritional status was observed at both 10% and 20% of nutritional intervention with barley. The total cholesterol and triglycerides were reduced (p<0.001) and HDL cholesterol increased with both interventions. Sodium was significantly increased (p<0.001) with the 20% intervention only. Potassium decreased with both the interventions (p<0.001). Hemoglobin values were improved at 10% and 20% intervention levels. Conclusion: Introduction of barley in the diet of stage 3 chronic kidney disease patients has significantly improved the nutritional status and renal functions. Lowered total cholesterol, triglycerides and increased HDL cholesterol were also found. This is a hypothesis generating study and further work needs to be done in this area on a large scale.
Market Status Analysis For Optimization of Solar Power Plant: A Review published in

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Dr Ashwini Mathur Solar energy has experienced phenomenal growth in recent years due to both Technological improvements resulting in cost reductions and government policies supportive of renewable energy development and utilization. This study analyzes the technical, economic and policy aspects of solar energy development and deployment. While the cost of solar energy has declined rapidly in the recent past, it still remains much higher than the cost of conventional energy technologies. Like other renewable energy technologies, solar energy benefits from fiscal and regulatory incentives and mandates, including tax credits and exemptions , feed-in-tariff, preferential interest rates ,renewable portfolio standards and voluntary green power programs in many countries. Despite huge technical potential, development and large scale, market- driven deployment of solar energy technologies world- wide still has to overcome a number of technical and financial barriers .Unless these barriers are overcome, maintaining and increasing electricity supplies from solar energy will require continuation of potentially costly policy supports.
Image Compression Using Fractal Dimension Based on Quadtree Fuzzy Logic Method published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Rachna Srivastava | Yogesh Pal We have made imagephoto compression the use of efficient fuzzy good judgment on this research. We have used quadtree set of rules for this motive. We choose fuzzy common sense primarily based method as fuzzy good judgment is taken into consideration strong tool to deal with vagueness. When photos are indistinct in phrases of pixel values fuzzy common sense is taken into consideration appropriate common sense for its analysis. In proposed technique one domain block is taken into consideration for every range block & searched best for matched comparison scaling. So effects fractal code does now not contain coordinates of matched area block. Quadtree set of rules can be here applied in such case & length of range block may be minimized as small as 2x2 pixels. Proposed research offers with integration of quad tree algorithm with traditional DCT primarily based fractal photo compression as a way to produce higher compression ratio PSNR with less compression error. Our fundamental goal is to review the photograph of excessive compression and backbone and which will compress it we use a novice algorithm and implements it in photograph so that the pixels of the photo got compressed. In order to reap this objective we use Fuzzy Logic. Rachna Srivastava | Yogesh Pal"Image Compression Using Fractal Dimension Based on Quadtree Fuzzy Logic Method" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15755.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/other/15755/image-compression-using-fractal-dimension-based-on-quadtree-fuzzy-logic-method/rachna-srivastava
A New Operational Matrix of Derivative for Orthonormal Bernstein Polynomial's published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
MayadaN.Mohammed Ali* In this paper, an orthonormal family has been constracted{b_i6 }_(i=0)^6 of polynomials of degree six is first constructed by using Gram-Schmidt orthonormalization process on Bernstein polynomials {B_i6 }_(i=0)^6.Then, an orthonormal Bernstein operational matrix of derivative D_b is derived.Finally, the orthonormal Bernstein expansions along with operational matrix of derivative are applied for variational problemsapproximately.
TOBIAS EATON- BEING DAUNTLESS IN THE DAUNTLESS SOCIETY-A critical Study of male protagonist in Veronica Roths Short Stories. published in

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SUVATHIGA GOVINDARAJU,DR.M.LEELAVATHI This paper explores about the protagonist Tobias Eations state of being Dauntless in the Dauntless society. It also traces the life of Tobias as he goes through his aptitude test and a peek into the relationship he has with his father. It is incredibly heartbreaking to watch the relationship between Marcus and Tobias. It also covers his journey to make the decision of choosing Dauntless as his faction. During the initiation training he discovers that he will succeed in Dauntless and eventually he chose to work in the intelligence sector of Dauntless and began to train the transfer initiates in the dauntless faction. Here he will not be called the name his parents gave him. This paper also adds more insight into how his character operates feels and views the world. Each brief story explores the world of Divergent series through the eyes of Tobias Eaton revealing previously unknown facts of his personality, back story and relationships. Dauntless changes Four and makes him bold and courage.
Effective Retention Factors Influencing Workers to Retain in Select Automobile Components Manufacturing Industries with reference to Coimbatore District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. Usha, Dr. M. Nandhini, Dr. P. Palanivelu The Indian labours development can be evolved in three phases, which help map the challenge of retention and how it has evolved in the last few decades. The first phase was pre-reform, where there was no labour shortage. It was a time where highly competent youth had to compromise on the quality of careers they wanted to pursue. The most prestigious jobs available were generally in the public sector. In the second phase or pre 2000 era, organizations experienced a talent shortage as new business models started to surface and off-shore businesses began to gain currency in India. In the current phase or post 2000 era, the significance of this topic is validated by the fact that a couple of hundred HR professionals have gathered around to explore retention challenges and solutions. Workforce in the pre-reform phase was tenured and expressed lifetime loyalty to their organization. Equity maintained by organizations in dealing with workers was the key retention driver. HR policies of Indian firms reflected the labour situation in the country. The challenges in Employee Retention, not only involve how to minimize the possibility of losing good workers but also how to identify workers, an organization needs and wants to keep.
The Rehabilitation Management of Chronic Disc Displacement of TMJ with a Specific Functional Device: Long Term Results of 141 Patients - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Di Paolo C1*, Falisi G2, Costantini S1, Panti F1, Rampello A1 Background: Biomechanical intra capsular dysfunctions may develop into a pathological state that leads to the limitation of mouth opening caused by displacement of the articular disc without reduction, called closed lock. Various surgical and nonsurgical therapies for the treatment of this pathology have been proposed. Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate, through a retrospective longitudinal study, the efficacy and efficiency of the conservative treatment with a new device, called RADICA, specifically designed and patented for chronic joint lock treatment. Methods: 141 patients were recruited according to specific criteria from those arrived at our observation unit in the decade 2001-2012. All patients were analyzed by measuring and comparing in the short and medium term specific clinical parameters according to the Research Diagnostic Criteria for Temporomandibular Disorders (RDC/TMD). The data were evaluated by descriptive statistics and Kendall Tau-band Goodman and Kruskal's gamma coefficient tests. Results: The results achieved by the application of the conservative treatment protocol with the RADICA device have shown evident and significant improvements of all parameters related to the functional recovery or to the different painful states analyzed. Conclusion: In view of these findings, this study suggest that this pathological state should be treated as early as possible to get an effective and efficient therapeutic response that minimizes the progressive alteration of joint structure and limits the increase of comorbidity. Moreover, these data indicate that the distracting RADICA device represents the device of choice for the treatment of TMD joint lock.
Comparative analysis of various modelling techniques for emission prediction of diesel engine fueled by diesel fuel with nanoparticle additives published in

European Mechanical Science

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Erdi Tosun [1] , Tayfun Ozgur [2] , Ceyla Ozgur [3] , Mustafa Ozcanli [4] , Hasan Serin [5] , Kadir Aydin [6] In this study, emissions of compression ignition engine fueled by diesel fuel with nanoparticle additives was modeled by regression analysis, artificial neural network (ANN) and adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) methods. Cetane number (CN) and engine speed (rpm) were selected as input parameters for estimation of carbon monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOx), and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The results of estimation techniques were compared with each other and they showed that regression analysis was not accurate enough for prediction. On the other hand, ANN and ANFIS modelling techniques gave more accurate results with respect to regression analysis; linear and non-linear. Especially ANFIS models can be suggested as estimation method with minimum error compared to experimental results.
PREVALENCE OF OBESITY AMONG TEENAGERS IN A HIGHER SEC ONDARY SCHOOL OF BIRGUNJ, NEPAL published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Mrs. Abhilasha Saha * Obesity is often defined as a condition of abnormal or exercise fat accumulation in adipose tissue, to the extent that health may be impaired. In this study an attempt was made to estimate the prevalence of obesity among teenagers. Total 130 students of gr ade IX and X age group between 13 - 19 years of Children’s World Higher Secondary School were included in the study. Cross - sectional study was done to estimate the prevalence of obesity. Data was collected on age and sex specific criteria. Height and weig ht was measured according to the standard procedure and BMI was calculated. Frequency and percentage was calculated for assessing the prevalence of obesity. Finding of the study indicated that prevalence rate of obesity in relation to age and sex are 83 (6 3.85%) among males and 47 (36.15%) among females. Prevalence of obesity is slightly more in males than females. The obesity epidemic is showing its maximum effect in low - and middle - income countries like Nepal. Countries like Nepal concentrating its all ef fort in curing the disease rather than prevention. In this study an effort has been made to study the prevalence of obesity among the teenagers of a school in Nepal.
LASER IGNITION SYSTEM FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr.Utsav Kothari*, Mr.Pravin Bharane , Mr.Akash Modasara Laser ignition is considered to be one of the most promising future ignition concepts for internal combustion engines. It not only combines requirement of reduction of pollutant emissions but also improves engine efficiencies. In general, a well - defined ignition location and ignition time is of grea t importance for an IC engine. Spark plugs are well suited for such tasks but suffer from disadvantages, like erosion of electrodes & inflexible or un - optimal location of spark plug. Also the conventional ignition system cannot burn leaner air fuel mixture properly. In order to overcome the disadvantages of conventional ignition system, laser ignition system is researched upon. Laser ignition system gives the advantages like - it will reduce the NOx emission by 20%,it will be able to give improved efficiencie s .Also the Thermodynamic requirements of a high compression ratio and a high power density are fulfilled well by laser ignition system. . This paper outlines progress made in recent research on laser ignited IC engines, discusses the potential advantages and control opportunities and considers the challenges faced, construction and working of laser ignitor and the system requirements for laser ignitor. The igniting plasma is generated by a focussed pulsed laser beam. In order to generate the laser Nd:YAG is chosen as laser active medium emitting at λ em = 1064 nm, and Cr:YAG as passive saturable absorber. There are four different ways in which laser light can interact with a combustible mixture to initiate an ignition event namely - 1. Thermal initiation, 2. Non resonant breakdown, 3. Resonant breakdown, and 4. Photochemical ignition .Out of the above stated different ways non resonant breakdown is more frequently used because of its freedom in selecting the laser wavelength and ease of implementation. At present the laser ignition plug is very expensive and commercially not yet available .
Procedural Bio-Medical Waste Management - A Comparison with International Standards published in

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Dr.B. Rajeswari Though India has the state of art medical facilities on par with global standards for a comparatively cheaper cost with best knowledge, the bio-waste management protocols of many hospitals are far below the international standards. An effort was made to understand the bio-waste management procedures of big hospitals by making a critical analysis of bio waste generated. Biomedical waste includes syringes, live vaccines, laboratory samples, body parts, bodily fluids and waste, sharp needles, cultures and lancets. Based on the parameters of number of beds occupied and number of operations performed on any single day of the observation period of 30 days and comparing with the International Standards mentioned by World Health Organization, an analysis was made to understand whether the hospitals are following the quality parameters implemented by them. After 30 days of evaluation of biomedical waste management protocol at B.L Kapur hospital, New Delhi, it is found that the amount of hazardous bio-medical waste generated/bed/day exceeds the limit as per the international standards. For this study, the labeling component of the protocol for waste management for various departments was documented, to understand the protocol adopted. Through analysis it is concluded that to avoid hazardous effects, all major hospitals should seriously train their staff about the perilous effects of bio-waste and segregating and labeling them properly for disposal by launching a waste management protocol. It is also suggested that by recording the amount of general waste as well as bio-waste generated and conducting periodical surveillance of health care waste management practices, the hospitals can help the hospitals in protecting the environment. As it is an area of much concern, further studies can also be made to understand the impact of such negligible way of handling bio-medical wastes and the impact of such acts on the community.
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Effect of Mental Health on Study Habits, Teaching Attitude and Academic Stress Among Prospspective Teachers published in

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T. Subhas Chandra,Dr. S. Viswanatha Reddy A study was investigated on 600 prospective teachers to find out the effect of mental health on study habits, teaching attitude and academic stress among prospective teachers. Mental Health Status inveentory developed by Reddy, Study Habits inventory developed and Teaching Attitude inventory developed by Prabhakar and Scale for Assessing Academic Stress developed by Sinha, Sharma and Mahendra was used to assess the mental health, study habits, teaching attitude and academic stress of the prospective teachers. Results revealed that there is significant impact of mental health on study habits, teaching attitude and academic stress of prospective teachers.
Histopathological Changes in Testis of Antimony Trioxide Treated Rats published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Vithal G. Patil, Dr. Y. A. Deshmukh, Dr. Atul Deshmukh Background : Contamination of the environment (Air, water and soil) with antimony compounds may affect human health through the continuous exposure to small doses over a long period. Therefore, the aim of the study was to evaluate the possible deleterious effects of con-tinuous oral exposure of antimony trioxide in rat testis. Materials and Methods: Thirty three rats were randomly divided into four groups. Six rats were in control group and 9 rats in each three different test groups. Control group received no medi-cation, test group A received 12 ppb, test group B received 500 mg/kg and test group C received 1000mg/kg of antimony trioxide daily by oral route. Result: The significant histological changes are distortion /broken epithelium, extensive edema ( vacuolization), marked decreased in number of sperms and decreased in number of layer of spermatogonia in the seminiferous tubules and marked vascular degeneration in the highest dose group as compared to the control. The present results showed that, antimony trioxide is toxic to the testis of rat
CYTOTOXIC AND ANTIPHYTOFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF THE ESSENTIAL OILS FROM TWO ARTEMISIA SPECIES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Nasser A. Awadh Ali*, Martina Wurster, Annika Denkert,Saeed S. Al-Sokari, Ulrike Lindequist, LudgerWessjohann Hydrodistilled essential oils from aerial parts of Artemisia abyssinica Sch.Bip. ex A. Rich, and Artemisia arborescens L. growing in Yemen were screened for their cytotoxic and antiphytofungal properties as well as their chemical compositions. Twenty-seven components were identified in the essential oils and the main components of these species were found to be davanone (42.34%), camphor (22.88%), nerolidol (8.96%), and chamazulene (4.46%), from A. abyssinica oil and artemisia ketone (51.05%), camphor (14.09%), ?-bisabolol (12.56%) and ?-phellandrene (8.69%) from A. arborescens. At concentration of 50 and 25 g/mL, A. arborescens oil showed a strong cytotoxic activity with growth inhibition of 95%(1.6) and 74%(3.8) (IC 50 of 16.91 g/mL) against HT29 tumor cells (Human colonic adenocarcinoma cells), while A. abyssinica oil exhibited at concentration of 100 and 50 g/mL growth inhibition of 71.0% (12.5) and 27.3%(14.4) (IC 50 of 75.42 g/mL) respectively. Bioautographic assay was used to evaluate the antiphytofungal activity of the oils against Cladosporium cucumerinum.
Employees Motivation A Need of an Hour published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. S. Rajarajeswari, Ms. Rohini. K In recent times motivation plays a major role in all sorts of life especially to employees or workers in the organization. There employees motivation is very much needed element for every organization to achieve the success in fulfilling the organizational objectives and goals. The concept of employees motivation is broadly classified into two types of needs such as intrinsic motivational needs and extrinsic motivational needs. These motivational needs plays pivotal role in recent scenario not only for executives of corporate world but also for bottom line workers of production or manufacturing oriented industries. So motivation has an important place in all walks of life in this world
Towards Alliance Performance Management in Service Logistics published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Bianca Keers, Paul C. van Fenema This study explores the management of stakeholder values for alliance success. A multiple-case study method is used to analyze within six organizations attempting to form alliances how the management of inter-organizational dimensions of stakeholder value adds to the success of an alliance business strategy. Our study focuses on the establishment of vertical service alliances within the Dutch maritime sector, including private-private as well as public-private initiatives. The findings point toward the usefulness of developing an inter-organizational success map. Because of its comprehensive multi-stakeholder orientation, a success map can be used by alliance managers to understand managements considerations, including the trade-offs among an alliances various performance drivers. This new conceptual thinking can enhance research and best practices on inter-organizational design.
PROGRAMMING A ROBOTIC MACHINE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov The purpose of this article is to study some algorithms for analysis of the images obtained machine tool with CNC.
Robust Image Normalization Using H-Connection Technique for Face Recognition published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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K.M.Ponnmoli, Dr. S. Selvamuthukumaran Normalization process for face recognition process is a vital one that can be done by perform the H-connection of pixel coordinates from badly degraded face images are very confronting tasks because of high variation between the image background and the foreground layers of different document images. In this proposed system the novel image normalization using the H-CON (Hierarchical Connection) technique handle these issues with the adaptive image contrast. Combination of the local image contrast and the local image gradient constitutes the adaptive image contrast. It is adaptive to the variation of text and background with the image degradation. In the proposed system the map is first developed for the degradation of the image. The contrast map is then binarize and it is integrated with the Cannys edge map to recognize the pixel edges. The feature of the image is divided by a threshold and it is determined with the intensities in the pixel edges. In the proposed system the method is clear and strong and includes minimum boundary tuning. The experiments on the test bed has a several challenging tasks and documents .Estimated with other techniques shows the PSNR,FAR and noise level of the output image.
Foreign Tourists in India: Analyzing the Trends published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Shyama Gupta This research paper involves state and national tourism statistics drawn upon the data issued by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and uses MS Excel to predict the number of foreign tourist arrivals (FTAs) in various states of India in the coming years. The project discerns various government initiatives to promote and improve tourism sector. We shall see that by far the number of foreign tourists has risen every year. The goal is to analyze FTAs of past ten years from 2002 to 2013 and on that basis show that tourism as a sector is increasing in every domain and that the number of foreign tourists visiting various states of India will continue to rise in the coming years. Thus the project creates awareness about Indian tourism and shows various increasing trends in number of foreign tourists. Because Delhi, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu are the nest states for foreigners this project gives a clear picture about the tourism of these states. And henceforth, this paper will prove to be helpful in analyzing tourism of India both at state and national level
International Corporate Governance Systems : Is Convergence Among the Systems a Dream? published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Alev Dilek Aydin As competition for foreign and domestic investment grows, the concept of corporate governance attracts considerable attention as an effective tool to improve firm competitiveness and the major economic and business environment in a country. Corporate governance in the last few decades has evolved in response to corporate scandals, company failures and systemic crisis. It is a complex subject which cannot be analyzed without taking societal, cultural and historical factors into consideration. In the majority of the academic studies, there is an agreement that three main corporate governance systems are the Anglo-Saxon, the German (Continental European), and the Japanese one. It is obvious that much work still needs to be done in the field of corporate governance reform in both developed and developing countries, although governance standards are improving and it is expected that this trend will continue
ANN Based Adaptive Relaying Scheme for Protection of Active Distribution Networks published in

The journal of CPRI

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Raghavendra G, Nagaraja R and Khincha H P This paper presents a new adaptive relaying scheme for the protection of active distribution networks, i.e. protection of distribution networks connected with distributed generation/dispersed generation (DG). The traditionally radial distribution systems may no longer be radial in the presence of DGs, which can hinder the existing co-ordination between the protective relays. This paper addresses the relay co-ordination issues encountered due to the presence of DGs in the network and explores the application of Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) as a solution for the protection of active distribution networks. The proposed method, based on ANN, shows that the issues regarding relay co-ordination can be overcome and only the faulted section can be isolated precisely.
COMPUTER DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION ON THE SURFACE OF THE BLADE OF THE IMPELLER RADIAL TURBINE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Denis Alexandrovich Chemezov The paper presents three-dimensional design of the impeller geometry of the blade radial turbine. The pressures acting on the surface of the blade during operation of the turbine visually presented on the interactive plot.
Case Report On Lutembacher Syndrome published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Surendra Verma, Dr Rahul Singla, Dr Aniket Mule, Dr Nimbaram, Dr Rajendra Tanwar, Dr B.K.Gupta, Dr.V.B.Singh Lutembacher's syndrome refers to a congenital atrial septal defect (ASD) complicated by acquired mitral stenosis (MS).[1]. Inter-atrial septum develops from two sources-septum primium and septum secundum. If defect is in the formation of septum primium-it leads to the formation of ASD (Primium) and if defect is in the formation of septum secundum it forms ASD (secundum). Here, we will discuss about a case who was diagnosed to have Lutembacher's syndrome.
CUSTOMERS SATISFACTION TOWARDS SERVICES OFFERED BY THE PANDYAN GRAMA BANK IN SIVAGANGAI DISTRICT published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mr. B. John Wilson, Dr. S. Chandramohan -
Analytical study of physico chemical and metallic elements of ground water and surface water in Balco industrial Area, Korba, C.G. published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Vaishnav M.M.1* Dewangan S.2 A systematic investigation has been carried out to assess the water quality of SW and GW of Balco industrial areas in context of statistical approach. For this purpose we have taken monthly based investigation of the water. 30 water samples were collected from ten selected sites (BS1 BS10) in 2L capacity containers, separately (Oct 2009 to Dec 2009). Then water samples were subjected to analytical study prescribed by standard agencies. The results were interpreted via statistical means like mean, SD, SE, %CV, r and WQI. Turbidity (SW 82.05 NTU, GW 21.66 NTU), Fe (GW 2.385mg/L), Al(SW 0.76mg/L,) were found above the threshold value. Strong +ive relation was calculated for GW between TS vs TDS [GW = + 0.950(3.042)] and EC vs TDS [Sw r = + 0.973(4.216)]. The high % CV was calculated for Zn 127.791 (GW) and As in 184.185 (SW). Highest WQI is obtained in case of BS5 : 2472.32. The analysis showed water sources in and around Balco industries are not applicable for any purpose in human development.
TO THE QUESTION ON THE RESEARCH OF POTTERY TRADE OF GANJA OF CLASSICAL PERIOD published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov In this article have been researched the main features of development of ceramic (pottery) trade in Ganja during the classical period. Also were investigated the basic characteristics of local ceramic traditions for this historical age.
Utilising Audio Visual Aids to make learning Easy and Effective in Primary Education published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Deepa Awasthi At primary level vocabulary of child is not developed enough to understand the lectures given by teachers in classroom. At this level communication is generally one sided, child generally do not reply to teacher due to the fear and hesitation. Such type of situation is not favourable for learning, usually it inhibits the learning. At primary level teaching can be effective when it activates all the sensory organs of child. Using Audio Visual aids can be useful for making learning easy, effective and permanent. Role of teachers is very important in using technology because on one side if it is used appropriately, it can make the learning interesting, but on other side if not used properly then it can distract the mind of young children. In India teachers are not trained in a way to make use of Audio Visual aids. Paucity of funds and attitude of teachers, parents, school management and Government is making the problem wider. Only few private schools are trying the concept of AV aids in teaching but only limited students belonging to elite class can approach to them due to their heavy fee structure. Responsible member of society especially teachers should come forward to make the Audio Visual aids popular among students teachers and parents.
FIRST RECORD OF CHARCOAL DISEASE IN PEPPER AND ITS BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CONTROL published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
Fares Mohammed suhail Mohammed NadeemKasimHantoosh This study was conducted at agricultural field in Baaquba-Diyala province-Iraq in the year of 2014 to study wilt and rot on the roots and stem basis of some pepper plants.The results of isolation and indentification of sample of Pepper plant revealed wilt and death symptoms showed that the disease caused by the fungus Macrophominaphaseolina. The results showed that the addition of Azotobacterchroococcum into potato dextrose agar(PDA) at 3 × 106 CFU/ml caused complet inhibition in fungal radial growth compared with zero inhibition in control( without bacteria). The pathogenic fungi inhibition percentage was 70% when addingA. chroococcumto half-petri dishes. The addition of CaSO4 in the concentration (0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.4, 0.8, 1.6) mg/ml to the nutritional environment led to inhibite pathogenic fungi in the following percentage(0, 27, 54, 72, 84, 100%) respectively.Under green hous, the addition of A. chroococcum suspension at 100 ml/pot found to be the more efficient than other treatment forgiving hieghestseed germination percentage reached(83.3%) and lowest disease severity reached(22%) compared with 31%, 74.5% respectively in control under greenhouse conditions. While the treatments of CaSO4 and biocont gave the seed germination 75, 71.7% respectively and disease severity 37.5,33.2 respectively.
Importance and Calculation of Pharyngeal Spaces and Hyoid Position Before and After Orthognathic Surgery published in

Advances in Human Biology

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Dhruv Yadav, Divyaroop Rai, Vikas Gill, Akrati Dosi, Abhilasha Choudhary. Aim: The purpose of the study was to examine the changes in dimension of pharyngeal airway spaces (PAS) and hyoid bone position after surgery in class II and class III skeletal malocclusion. Methods: This study included 50 patients of class II and class III skeletal and dental malocclusion who had undergone orthognathic surgery. The pre and post treatment lateral cephalograms were taken to calculate upper and lower air way spaces and position of hyoid bone was also measured before and after the surgery. Results: Changes in upper and lower airway spaces and alteration in the location of hyoid bone was seen in Class II cases only. Conclusion: Maintaining of lower air way spaces in surgical class III cases of mandibular set back and position of hyoid bone is very important.
Application of Silicon Nano Structures Thin Films in Optical Sensing published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Muna S. M. Jawad Oxidized silicon nano structures thin films were prepared by rapid-thermal oxidization of silicon nano structures films that were formed on Si substrates with an anodization technology. These films exhibited high responsivity for incident ultra-violet (UV) light with wavelengths between 300 nm and 400 nm. Under illumination of incident 350 nm UV light and 5 V bias, results indicate that the silicon nano structure thin films have significant potential for applications of UV optical-sensing devices.
Isolated and Combined Effect of Asanas and Pranayama Practice on Vital Capacity of Middle Aged Men published in

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N. Chandrasekaran, Prof. V. Gopinath Human movement is the result of complex interactions between environmental factors and the nervous, muscular and skeletal systems. Brain cell activities within the cerebral cortex are converted by supraspinal centre programming into neural outputs that stimulate the muscular system to produce the requirement. Yoga is a system of attaining perfect physical and mental health. Yoga controls ones sense resulting in an integrated personality. Positive changes in the life style of the people can be brought through by yoga. The study aim to foundout the isolated and combined effect of asanas and pranayamas on vital capacity of middle aged men. To achieve these purpose sixty (N = 60) middle aged men were selected randomly from the 138 voluntaries of Prapancha Yoga Centre, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu as subjects. Their aged ranged from 45 to 55 (48 ? 2.8) years. They were divided into three equal groups (n=20). Group I underwent asanas, Group II underwent pranayamaand Group III underwent combined (Asanas and Pranayama) alternate sessions practices 40 to 60 min/session/4days/week for 12 weeks. Data were collected on forced vital capacity (FVC) by PC based USB spirometer before and after the intervention programme. Dependent t test was used to find out the difference between pre and post fest. After eliminating the influence of pre-test on post-test means of experiment groups the analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to find out the mean gain differences. In addition to this Scheffes test was employed (p < 0.05). From the results and limitation of this study it was concluded that, twelve week of asanas, pranayama and combined practice are effective method to improve forced vital capacity of the middle aged men. Among the experimental group combined asanas and pranayama group improved FVC much better than the other groups.
A study on mycotic infections among sputum positive pulmonary tuberculosis patients in Salem district. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. S. Mathavi, Dr. R. Shankar, Dr. G. Sasikala, Dr. A. Kavitha Pulmonary tuberculosis is a contagious bacterial infection caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The cavities in the lungs facilitate the growth of fungi by providing plenty of oxygen and necrotic tissue material. Prolonged chemotherapy in these patients also facilitate fungal infection. This study was done to know the prevalence of fungal infections among pulmonary tuberculosis patients and to identify the common fungi causing infection. A total of 107 pulmonary tuberculosis patients were included in the study. Sputum samples were collected and subjected to Gram staining and KOH mount and then cultured on Sabourauds Dextrose Agar with gentamycin. About 38% of patients had fungal co-infection. The most common fungi were Candida species (18%) followed by Aspergillus species (15%). Most of the times these fungal infections are not diagnosed and often mistaken for recurrence of tuberculosis. Hence adequate measure must be taken for the early diagnosis and treatment of these opportunistic infections, which are associated with high rate of morbidity and mortality.
KEWENANGAN BIDANG PERTANAHAN DALAM PELAKSANAAN OTONOMI DAERAH published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Supriyanto Implementation of regional autonomy that is now almost up to enter the age of 10 years can reap a lot is said to have problems. One of the issues that must be addressed immediately is the problem of authority land. According to Law No. 5 th 1960, land is the task of the government (central government) while the provisions in Law No. 32 year 2004 field of land is the authority that has been submitted to the district / city. This course of action necessary for the second sincrinicity regulations are. Based on the approach to the legislation can be concluded that the authority has been the occurrence of land disputes as a result of dissincronicity regulations. For that they need to be made immediately the implementation of Tap MPR No. IX Th 2001 on Agrarian reform and the Management of Natural Resources in the Field of Land. Kata Kunci: kewenangan, sinkronisasi
PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTIDIARRHOEAL EFFECTS OF ETHANOL STEM BARK EXTRACTS OF DANIELLA OLIVERI (ROLFE) HUTCH AND DALZ (CAESALPINACEAE) published in

Ewemen Journal of Herbal Chemistry & Pharmacology Research (EJHCPR)

Published by EWEMEN RESOURCES LIMITED
HASSAN A. M., SODIPO O.A., KHAN I.Z., WAMPANA B., YAKUBU J., USMAN, Y. B. The stem bark of Daniella oliveri had been a source of traditional medicine. The presence of phytochemicals in the ethanolic stem bark extract of Daniella oliveri (Rolfe) Hutch and Dalz was carried out. One kilogram of the air-dried stem-bark powdered plant material was extracted exhaustively with ethanol by maceration. The crude extract obtained was concentrated to dryness. The crude ethanol extract was fractionated using chloroform, ethyl acetate and n-butanol sequentially which yielded 20.03%, 3.00%, 6.18% and 38.46% w/w, respectively, after being concentrated to dryness. The phytochemicals were analysed using standard procedures. The phytochemical studies of the stem bark extracts of Daniella oliveri revealed the presence of some useful classes of compounds such as flavonoids, cardiac glycosides, tannins, saponins, and terpenoids. Antidiarrhoea effects of the stem bark extracts were carried out using standard procedures and the dose dependent protection were determined at (p=0.05) against the castor oil-induced diarrhoea with the highest protection (74.40 %) obtained at the highest dose tested (800 mg/kg). There was no significant difference between the effects of the extract doses (p=0.05), however, there was a significant difference (p=0.05) between the effect of the positive control, 5 mg/kg loperamide (a synthetic drug) compared to the extract doses of 200, 400 and 800 mg/kg on the total number of stools and wet stool. Keywords: Medicinal plants, Phytochemicals, Protection, Daniella oliveri, Antidiarrhoea.
Market Basket Analysis by Using Apriori Algorithm in Terms of Their Effectiveness Against Various Food Product published in

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Teena Vats Many established business enterprises accumulate large quantities of data from their day-to-dayoperations. For example, huge amounts of consumer purchase data are collected daily at thecheckout sales counter of the grocery stores. Market Basket Analysis is search for meaningfulassociation rules in the form of statements such as People who buy milk are likely to buybread in customer purchase data. Such valuable information can be used for the purpose ofcross-selling and up-selling , in addition to influencing sales promotions, store design and discount plans. In this thesis we present a methodology known as Association Rules Mining which is one of themain application areas in Data Mining and is useful for discovering interestingrelationshipswithin items hidden in large data sets. We give an overview of the problem and explainapproach that have been used to attack this problem. We then define Apriori algorithm forfinding frequent itemsets and then using these to determine association rules which highlightgeneral trends in the supermarket database.
Evaluation of Pulmonary Hypertension in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease published in

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Dr. Yashaswini L S METHODOLOGY: The present study was designed to assess clinical features in patients with COPD and to evaluate PH in them using noninvasive methods. The study was conducted on 100 COPD patients at K R Hospital. In addition to the routine laboratory tests, pulmonary function tests, ECG, 2D Echocardiography were done. RESULTS: Mean age of the studied patients was: 65.077.52 years, majority of patients were in the age group 61-70 years. Out of 100 patients studied, 76 were male and 24 females. Cough was the commonest presenting symptom (96%), followed by sputum production (84%), breathlessness( 84%). Duration of illness in majority of patients (37%) was 6-10 years, in 34% of patents 1-5 years and in 29% of patients 11-20 years. Majority of patients(75%) were smokers and the severity of PH was related to the smoking duration and number of cigarettes smoked per day. PH was moderate in 23% and severe in 77% patients
Review Performance Evaluation of Single Species and Multispecies Constructed Wetland by using Septic Tank Effluent published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Mr. Suhas J. Patil | Mr. S. M. Bhosale | Mr. A. A. Kulkarni In developing countries, the most of the wastewater being generated in the outskirt areas of cities and rural area is directly disposed into the surface water bodies without treatment. It will leads to serious degradation of aquatic ecosystem and impair the water quality. The present paper states that constructed wetland provides better secondary treatment to the domestic wastewater with different media and plant species. For single species constructed wetland, in retention time of 11 days, it was found that the maximum removal efficiencies of 93.17 for BOD, 78 for COD and 96.49 for total suspended solids for different plant species and media. For multispecies constructed wetland, in the retention time of 11 days, it was found that the maximum removal efficiencies of 93.6 for BOD, 92.9 for COD, 94 for total suspended solids. Mr. Suhas J. Patil | Mr. S. M. Bhosale | Mr. A. A. Kulkarni "Review: Performance Evaluation of Single Species and Multispecies Constructed Wetland by using Septic Tank Effluent" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18736.pdf
Vancomycin Induced Red Man Syndrom published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Girishi Joshi, Dr. Kn Dave -
DETECTION OF P16INK4A PROMOTER METHYLATION IN THE BLOOD SAMPLE COMPARED WITH CLINICO-PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS OF CERVICAL CANCER PATIENTS: A NORTH INDIAN STUDY published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Amita Gupta, Md. Kaleem Ahmad, Abbas Ali Mahndi, Renu Singh, Yashodhara Pradeep* Epidemiologic and clinical data show that the development of cervical cancer is a multifactorial process in which infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) takes a central place along with other risk factors such as smoking, immunosuppression, immunodeficiency, diet, parity, age at first full-term pregnancy and family history. Detection of p16 Methylation in Blood Samples Compared with Clinicopathological findings analyzed in the north India population among cervical cancer patients. Methylation status of p16 promoter was analysed in cervical cancer and controls subjects by PCR using specific primer for p16 after methylation-insensitive restriction enzyme digestion of genomic DNA. Methylated status of p16 gene promoter was analysed in cervical cancer cases and controls using RE digestion followed by PCR. The methylation-insensitive restriction enzymes cut regions containing unmethylated CpG sequences at the promoter region. Methylation pattern analysis of cervical cancer out of 64 cases 51(79.7%) of them contained methylated CpG island at promoter region compare to controls containing only 13(40.6%) out of 32 subjects methylated CpG. It was observe that methylated p16 promoter subjects have higher risk of cervical cancer in comparison with unmethylated p16 promoter subjects. This result supports that p16 methylation in blood could be a novel marker for the malignancy of cervical cancer.
The Role of Home stays in Promoting Rural Tourism published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mr. Venkatesh. R, Mr. Mukesh. H. V This study provided a brief discussion of home stay and rural tourism development. Home stay is a potential economic activity in tourism sector. The home stay provides the various infrastructure facilities that cater to the differed interests of the people and tourist in particular who make the journey towards the countryside. India has numerous rural tourism resources including, agricultural activities, rural sports and games, art and culture including cuisines, customs, fairs and festivals, folklore and folk art tradition, art and architecture and many more to say. Home stay should emphasize on the cultural practices as well as to create a genuine interest and commitment among the local people in the region. The study focused the potentialities of home stay for rural tourism development. The study also discussed the positive outcomes of promoting home stays at the rural and remote areas.
INVESTIGATION OF NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF VALPROIC ACID IN DIABETIC NEUROPATHY IN STREPTOZOTOCIN INDUCED TYPE2 DIABETIC RATS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Neeraj Kumar*, Suruti Rawat, Preeti Kothiyal Objectives: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of Valproic acid in diabetic neuropathy. Methods: Diabetes was induced by a single intraperitoneal injection of STZ (60 mg/kg). When STZ was administered tothe albino wistar rats then it showed marked Hyperglycemia & reduces the thermal Cold allodynia, thermal hyperalgesia, motor co-ordination which was compared to the animals of control group. Effect of valproic acid on biochemical parameters (Serum glucose level, Lipid peroxidation, SOD & GSH and Oxidative stress) was also assessed in the brain tissue of albino wistar rat. Results:After 28 days of treatment with valproic acid (150 and 300 mg/kg), rats showed significant reduction in serum glucose level. Valproic acid showed good results in different parameters such as Thermal Hyperalgesia, Thermal Allodynia (Hot and Cold) motor co-ordination in comparison with diabetic control group. The most profound effect was seen with 300mg/kg of valproic acid after 28th day of treatment. Treatment with valproic acid (150 &300mg/kg) resulted significant decrease in serum glucose level, lipid peroxidation and increase in the SOD and GSH level as compared to diabetic control. Conclusion: Thus valproic acid due to its antioxidant property can be concluded to be effective treatment or preventive option for diabetic neuropathy. STZ causes increase in the level of oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation and this is reverse by treatment with valproic acid and by reducing the generation of free radicals it also increase in SOD & GSH level significantly. Keyword: Diabetic neuropathy, Oxidative stress, Free radicals, Valproic acid, Streptozotocin.
A Study on Factors Affecting Brand Trust Apple I Phone published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. K. Soniya | Mr. G. Mohanraj The Apple iPhone brought a whole new level on interface and features such as incorporating the iPod technology as well as multi-touch technology which let users to control everything using only their fingers. The research on the level of customer trust satisfaction on buying an iPhone has been done across the world as it was one of the first hand phone that was release by Apple. Customer satisfaction is a blurred and concrete concept and the actual expression of the state of satisfaction will vary depending on individuals needs and it also depends on the product or service. The level of trust satisfaction can also vary depending on other options the customer may have and other products against which the customer can compare the organizations products. It also distinguishes six qualities of attributes such as basic factors, excitement factors, performance factors, indifferent attributes, questionable attributes and reverse attributes. The objective of this research is to analyze the level of loyalty satisfaction of having an iPhone based on certain factors. This research will look into factors such as price and quality where each factors has its respective advantages or disadvantages to affect the customers level of trust satisfaction. This is because every diverse consumer has their own priority of need before even getting a new hand phone. The research will be focusing on the capability of the iPhone and what it has to offer to the customers that makes it different and better than its competitors. These capabilities refer back to the factors which were mentioned earlier in the paragraph earlier. Technology for hand phones has been developing endlessly with new features offered as time passed. Apples new range of products, especially the iPhone shows such vast improvement. The research first looks at the background of the company which is Apple and what they have offered to their customers before launching the iPhone. Next, the research will provide detailed explanation and information on each factor that will affect the customers satisfaction. Dr. K. Soniya | Mr. G. Mohanraj "A Study on Factors Affecting Brand Trust Apple (I Phone)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18899.pdf
Approach Towards Analysis of Biopsy Slide of Breast Cancer published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Indra Kanta Maitra | Prof. Samir Kand Bandyopadhyay Pathologists placed tissue slices on glass slides use appropriate stains and examine them through a microscope. The proposed method uses insignificant portions of the slide images by colour polarization as a pre-processing step. The simplicity of algorithm leads to less computational time and thus suitable tool to assist experts for automated real-time breast cancer diagnosis. Dr. Indra Kanta Maitra | Prof. Samir Kand Bandyopadhyay "Approach Towards Analysis of Biopsy Slide of Breast Cancer" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18734.pdf
Etnobotanica y usos de las plantas de la comunidad rural de Sogamoso, Boyacá, Colombia published in

Revista de Investigacin Agraria y Ambiental (RIAA)

Published by Gloria Maria Doria
Manuel Galvis Rueda & Manuel Torres Torres Se investigó el uso de plantas medicinales entre los habitantes de Sogamoso, población agraria en el departamento de Boyacá, Colombia, donde campesinos en sus huertos y paisajes de zona andina y páramo preservan y usan una alta diversidad de plantas, manteniendo una cultura de saberes tradicionales, para el tratamiento de enfermedades humanas o de uso etno-veterinario; aprovechando así los beneficios que conlleva la conservación, para preservar y utilizar especies registradas. La metodología desarrollada fue una investigación de acción participativa, donde se realizaron encuestas de tipo específico a 100 personas, quienes expresaron tener un uso de las plantas medicinales. Se incluyó la caracterización ecológica de la zona elegida, comprendiendo las microcuencas de río Monquirá y río Cusiana, donde los recursos in-situ fueron inventariados con la comunidad, recopilándose fotografías, usos de las plantas nativas, exóticas o cultivadas en huertos. Como resultado se obtuvo la descripción a nivel botánico, ecológico, climático, así como las prácticas para la conservación o siembra, inventariándose más de 178 especies, en 55 familias con sus respectivos usos medicinales y formas de preparación, incluyendo la categorización de plantas frías, calientes, de aplicaciones externas o de elaboración de productos. Se recopilo el saber popular y se rescató el uso tradicional de plantas medicinales nativas que poseen los mayores o abuelos y que es transmitido de generación en generación.
Investigation of Equivalent Alternating Stress and Damage in Arm Type Rotating Flywheel published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Rakesh, Somvir Arya, Subodh Siwach Flywheels have many causes of their failure. Among them, Equivalent Alternating Stress, Damage, maximum tensile and bending stresses induced in the rim and tensile stresses induced in the arm under the action of centrifugal forces. Due to these causes there is a definite Equivalent Alternating Stress and Damage of the flywheel. In this paper by using finite element method, evaluation of Equivalent Alternating Stress and Damage of flywheel are studied. For FE analysis the models of flywheel having four, six and eight no. arms are developed. For different cases of loading applied on the flywheel and the minimum Equivalent Alternating Stress and Damage are determined by using ANSYS. From this analysis it is found that as the No. of arms increases Equivalent Alternating Stress and Damage both decreases.
Study of Intermolecular Interactions through Freelength, and Internal Pressure of Ternary Liquid Mixture of Alcohol, Formic Acid and Tri-Ethyl Amines published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
P J Thakare | J B Thakare | N G Belsare Ultrasonic velocities, Densities and Viscosities are measured for ternary liquid mixture of formic acid and tri-ethylamine (TEA) with ethanol. From this experimental data freelength, excess freelength, internal pressure and excess internal pressure have been calculated. The behaviour of mixture has been investigated at 303K, 308K and 313K for frequency 2Mz. These parameters have been discussed to throw light on intermolecular interactions between the components of ternary mixture. P J Thakare | J B Thakare | N G Belsare"Study of Intermolecular Interactions through Freelength, and Internal Pressure of Ternary Liquid Mixture of Alcohol, Formic Acid and Tri-Ethyl Amines" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2352.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/acoustics/2352/study-of-intermolecular-interactions-through-freelength-and-internal-pressure-of-ternary-liquid-mixture-of-alcohol-formic-acid-and-tri-ethyl-amines/p-j-thakare
Provide operating models based on modern debt instruments in higher education published in

Journal of financial Analysis

Published by IJFA- Daghani
Mohammad mehdi Bahrololoom; Negar Gavamipoor Due to the increasing demand in the society for educational services and the internationalization of higher education system, obligation to education system, obligation to quality in providing services as key success factors requires efficient financing activities and programs in higher education institutions. In this regard, this paper investigates the pathology of conventional financing methods in universities and higher education institutes, and ultimately presents operating models using modern capital market instruments. Financing backed assets and cash from receivables of higher education institutions are in line with the strategic policies of self-reliance of the higher education system. Accordingly, this research uses a descriptive approach and pursues the goal of overcoming the deficiencies of conventional financing system through the design of an operational model of endowment securities, student loans asset-.backed securities with considering the associated restriction and provisions.
PESSIMISM ON MONDAYS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE DAY OF THE WEEK EFFECT IN BRAZILIAN CAPITAL MARKET DURING PERIODS OF CRISIS AND STABILITY published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Vernica de Ftima Santana, Leandro Manzoli Trovati Whereas the irrationality of capital market agents is accentuated during financial crises, this paper aimed to verify the existence of the Monday Effect during periods of crisis and stability in Brazil through an analysis of the Bovespa Index. In order to do so, the behavior of the index was modeled using time series statistical techniques (autoregressive and conditional heteroscedastic models) comprising the period from January 2003 until April 2012, grouping the data in different series, in order to identify crisis periods. It was identified an average return statistically lower on Mondays only for the periods when Subprime crisis and Euro Crisis took place, suggesting that financial crises are favorable for the existence of the Day of the Week Effect for Mondays. This effect is likely due to the irrationality of the capital market agents which is pronounced in crisis environments, where the feeling of fear is stronger than the analytical foundations for financial assets pricing.
FMCG PLBs Becoming Profits Powerhouses on Store Shelves of Organized Retailers: A Study in Ahmedabad Region published in

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

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Sthitaprajna Lenka, Nikil Jain, Rajat Mohanty, Dhirendra Kumar Singh, Minkle Gulati. Aim: Inferior dental anaesthesia via the direct intraoral approach, mandibular conduction anaesthesia via extraoral landmarks (Gow-Gates) and mandibular conduction anaesthesia via the tuberosity approach (Akinosi) were evaluated using pain during injection, aspiration test, pinprick, depth and frequency of anaesthesia, onset and duration of anaesthesia. Materials and Methods: 120 patients of both sexes, aged from 16 years to 50 years undergoing mandibular molar tooth extraction were included. They were randomly designated into 3 groups with regards to the applied technique of mandibular anaesthesia. Each patient was given injection of 2 ml of 2% lignocaine with adrenaline (1:80,000) using 2ml disposable syringes and a 25 gauge, 1.5 inch needle. Results: Classical inferior nerve block showed greater incidence of pain among the applied techniques. Positive aspiration was most frequently observed with classical inferior nerve block. The onset of anaesthesia was found to be slower with Gow-Gates technique while duration of anaesthesia was longer. Mandibular conduction anaesthesia via the tuberosity approach did not show any particular advantage over the other two techniques in this study. Conclusions: After using Gow-Gates method, it was found that the Gow-Gates technique is a highly successful alternative to the conventional inferior nerve block with regards to increased success rate, constancy of landmarks, decreased positive aspiration rate, decreased incidence of complications such as trismus, the advantage of one injection to anaesthetize a greater area supplied by the mandibular nerve, longer duration of anaesthesia and less amount of pain experienced during injection.
Integrating Static Analysis Tools for Improving Operating System Security published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ashish Joshi, Kanak Tewari, Vivek Kumar, Dibyahash Bordoloi Static analysis approach is widely used for detecting vulnerabilities within the code before the execution. C/C++ programming languages consist of highest number of vulnerabilities of which buffer overflow is the highest rated. Of all static analysis tools available none has enabled to detect all the vulnerabilities. Hence, we have proposed an integrated approach using two open-source static analysis tools: Flawfinder and Cppcheck for developing a new static analysis tool.
Privacy Preserving and Fully Anonymous Protocols for Profile Matching in Mobile Social Networks published in

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Annet Sahila G, Dr. P.Latha Social networking makes digital communication technologies sharpening tools for extending the social circle of people. Privacy preservation is a significant research issue in social networking.Here user profile matching with privacy-preservation in mobile social networks (MSNs) is studied and a family of profile matching protocols is introduced. An explicit Comparison-based Profile Matching protocol (eCPM) which runs between two parties, an initiator and a responder is proposed which enables the initiator to obtain the comparison-based matching result about a specified attribute in their profiles, while preventing their attribute values from disclosure.An implicit Comparison-based Profile Matching protocol (iCPM) is then proposed which allows the initiator to directly obtain some messages instead of the comparison result from the responder. The messages unrelated to user profile can be divided into multiple categories by the responder. The initiator implicitly chooses the interested category which is unknown to the responder. Two messages in each category are prepared by the responder, and only one message can be obtained by the initiator according to the comparison result on a single attribute. iCPM is further generalized into an implicit Predicate-based Profile Matching protocol (iPPM) which allows complex comparison criteria spanning multiple attributes.
Banking for GenNext-E-Banking published in

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Dr. Sneha Shukla With the tremendous increase of Internet usage, E-banking has become one of the most revolutionized components of todays economic growth and a powerful value-added tool to attract new customers and retain the existing ones. In lieu of this, the banks have already started focusing on increasing and improving their ebanking services. This paper is an attempt to find out the factors that influence the adoption of e-banking servics offered. The author has meticulously tried to map out the most preferred & least preferred e-banking service and the satisfaction level of the users.
LASER : The Wonder Tool published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Tim Peter Lasers have been used for oral soft tissue dental procedures for more than 30 years and have been researched since the middle 1960 s. Their reported benefits over conventional treatment modalities include: reducing the number of appointments, reducing stress, improving visibility, improving patient comfort and reducing patient complications. Critics have commented that most of these advantages are anecdotal and need to be sustained with further research. This article briefs the available information on lasers in the field of dentistry and its potential to become a wonder tool, which can revolutionize the field of dentistry in the years to come.
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF KETOROLAC TROMETHAMINE IN DRUG SUBSTANCE AND ITS PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Srinivas Ganta*1, Dr. S. Vidyadhara1, Ramanaiah Ganji2, Srilakshmi. V2, Ravikumar Kavati3 A rapid and sensitive reverse phase High Performance Liquid Chromatographic [RP-HPLC] method was developed for the estimation of Ketorolac tromethamine [KTT] in pure and its capsule dosage forms. The method was validated as per International Conference on Harmonization [ICH] guidelines. The mobile phase used in this study is a mixture of tetrahydrofuran and monobasic ammonium phosphate buffer (pH-3.0) in the ratio of 30:70% v/v. Stationary phase was waters spherisorb C8 reverse phase column (2504.6mm, 5?m) dimensions at 40c temperature. The analysis was performed with run time of 10.0 minutes at a flow rate of 1.50ml/min. The KTT was monitored at 313nm with UV detection and KTT was eluted at 7.20min. The method was linear (r2 =0.999) at concentration ranging from 100 to 600?g/ml, precise (intra-day relative standard deviation [RSD] and inter-day RSD values < 1.0%), accurate (mean recovery = 99.5%), specific and robust. Detection and quantification limits were 27.0?g/ml and 92.0?g/ml, estimated from linearity by regression method. The results showed that the proposed method is suitable for the precise, accurate and rapid determination of KTT in bulk, its capsule dosage forms. Keywords: Ketorolac tromethamine, RP-HPLC, Validation, Dosage form.
WOUND HEALING ACTIVITY OF ROOT OF ZIZIPHUS JUJUBA MILL IN RAT MODEL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Manojkumar Z. Chopda*, Namrata V. Nemade And Raghunath T. Mahajan The history of surgery in India and Ayurveda dates back. Sushruta, very succinctly described the reconstruction of the nose by cheek flap, skin grafting and classification of burns, wound care and wound healing. The magnitude of wound problem has stimulated research interests in the discovery and development of wound healing. Only few of the plant products are produced commercially by synthesis, for example, Curcumin derived from the Curcuma longa. Hence, efforts are made in the present investigation to isolate and to confirm the wound healing activity of Ziziphus jujuba. Partially purified product (ZjR) is amorphous in nature, light pale yellow in color, sparingly soluble in water and highly soluble in cholrofrom: methanol (80:20) and showed presence of reducing sugar and phenolic group. The yield of fraction of MeOHx of the root of Z.jujuba was found to be, ZjR -1.8% w/w. The ZjR exhibits significant wound healing activity (83.52%) on 8th day post wounding at a dose 0.5% as compared to control group of animals. Cultivation of this plant helps to improve economical health of farmers. This paper describes with use of root of Z. jujuba with possible mechanism of wound healing phenomenon.
Quantitative Analysis of Dermatoglyphics in Schizophrenic Patients published in

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Sowjanya Bandlamudi, S Viveka, V Viswambhar, M J Sudha Introduction: Association of dermatoglyphics with innumerable physical, behavioral and pathological traits are studied in recent past. There are many conflicting reports with regard to occurrence and frequencies of various epidermal ridges pattern parameters across the world and within India. In this study, we have attempted to evaluate fingertip pattern in schizophrenic patients belonging to urban area of Andhrapradesh. Methodology: The rolled finger and palmar prints of 100 schizophrenic patients of both the sexes (50 males and 50 females) clinically diagnosed under DSM III-R criteria aged between 15-65 years were collected for the study from the Department of Psychiatry, of a Government District General Hospital in Andhra Pradesh from September 2009 to July 2010. These dermatoglyphic patterns were compared with age and sex matched 100 controls selected from teaching and nonteaching staff and students of same teaching hospital. Results: Schizophrenic patients had higher Total finger ridge count (TFRC) especially male patients with mean value of 104 in males and 112 in females. Lower a-d ridge count especially left hand of male patients was noted with mean count of 30.5. 'adt' angle was higher in patients than controls. Atd angle has not shown any significant difference in compared to controls. Conclusions: We conclude that there are significant differences in the schizophrenics in various dermatoglyphic features, when compared to normal controls.
REVIEW ON ACHYRANTHES ASPERA L. published in

International Education and Research Journal

Published by
Sonia saini
Design and Fabrication of Welding Fixture for a Single Doorframe published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
C.A.Arjun,S.K Vishal,Wahid Hussain,Prabhu Bala ganapathi,Shahul Hameed,Aditya Anand,A. Sivasubramanian,Dr.G.Arunkumar Mass production aims at high productivity to reduce unit cost and interchangeability to facilitate easy assembly. This necessitates production devices to increase the rate of manufacture and inspection devices to speed up the inspection procedure.Production devices are generally work holders with / without tool guiding / setting arrangement. These are called jigs & fixtures. The advantages of welding fixtures in production are that increase in productivity, interchangeability, operator fatigue reduction and cost reduction.Fixtures hold the work pieces securely in correct position with respect to the welding / machine / cutter during operation. The effect of the clamping element an integral part of the fixture gets a gets importance while implementing it in an operation.Welding fixture that can serve better technically as well as economically will make a significant difference in production processes.
Psychological Impact of Human Life in the Works of R.l.stevenson published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Lalitha, Dr. R. Pushkala Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson was a Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, and travel writer. Robert Louis Stevenson, sitting in admiration precocious son expounded on religious dogma. Stevenson inevitably reacted to the morbidity of his religious education and to the stiffness of his family's middle-class values, but that rebellion would come only after he entered Edinburgh University. His most famous works are Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Robert Louis Stevenson travelled often, and his global wanderings lent themselves well to his brand of fiction. Stevenson developed a desire to write early in life, having no interest in the family business of lighthouse engineering. He was often abroad, usually for health reasons, and his journeys led to some of his beautiful poems and early literary works. From a Railway Carriage, A Good Play, "Fear Not, Dear Friend...",Fixed is the Doom, The Flowers, Love, What Is Love?, etc. Stevenson has been acknowledged as one of the most important writers of Scottish fiction. His writing highlighted the social, philosophical and cultural divisions of nineteenth-century Scotland and has been the inspiration for numerous later writers. The present paper presents a synoptic view on the pen-portrayals of Robert Louis Stevenson.
Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Juvenile in Conflict With Law With Reference to Adoption asnd Foster Care Under The Indian Juvenile System published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Kamaljit Kaur This research paper attempts to critically analyze the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of children under Indian Juvenile Justice with reference to adoption and foster care. The U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 has been used as a benchmark to assess the extent of incorporation of the global norms of child protection in the domestic legal paradigms of India. The primary status Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000 and Amendment 2006 has been analyzed. The onus of Rehabilitation and its implementation is on the Department of Women and Child Development and Juvenile Justice Boards. The institutional and non- institutional services are lacking in execution, though the structure for Program for Juvenile Justice has been set up.
STUDY & ANALYSIS OF EXTERNAL SORTING ALGORITHM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vaishnavi Bihare*, Vishakha Wadhwani, Yamini Rathore, Yash Kumar Jain If we look at various applications, most of them, especially the database involved huge amount of data. For example consider a payroll system of any multinational organization; every department is having many employees. Now if we want to see the salary of any employee, then it is very difficult for us to identify the employee salary record. But if the data is systematically arranged using the employee Id than it will be very much convenient for us to locate the record of the record. In this paper, we will f ocus and analyzed the external sorting algorithm and their differences .
EMBEDDED MULTI-MODEL BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION FRAMEWORK published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Sneha Kurhekar,Prof. H. Upadhyay,Prof. K. Sujatha Today, biometric authentication plays vital role in the social and commercial area. This paper proposed a securing system access using multi-model biometrics for authorization with the embedded platform. It consists of the embedded system to verify the signatures, fingerprint and key pattern for authentication of user. Proposed system works in two phases of authentication i.e enrollment phase and evaluation phase. In enrollment phase all authentication factors are stored in data base and in evaluation phase stored one is compared with tested parameters. In proposed system HMM is implemented on android side for the signature, DTW is implemented on controller side for fingerprint and key pattern is with FPGA. Thus proposed work gives the two factor authentication biometric system with extra layer of security.
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF DIFFERENT SHAPED ISOLATED FOOTINGS UNDER STATIC LOAD AND IMPACT LOADING ON SANDY SOIL AND BLACK COTTON SOIL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr Arpit Agrawal*, Mr Arpit Chawda Any Civil Engineering Structure must rest on a strong foundation or as per the strength criteria. Bearing capacity and settlement are the two major criteria for designing of foundation. Also it is not always subjected to monotonic loading but it may be subjected to impact loading. The examples are lifts, bri dges foundation, machine foundation, offshore structure, wind waves etc. In this dissertation work, with the experimental investigations work an attempt has been made to study the behavior and suitability of various shaped footing specimens which may be a choice for laying of foundation. For this purpose the area of footing specimens has been kept same as 400 cm2 for all shapes of footings and thereafter the dimension are fixed accordingly. As a consideration for knowing of effect of settlement the disserta tion work is studied under black cotton soil and sandy soil as two different strata. Also, in this dissertation work, the loading on the footing has been differentiated as static and Impact loading so that settlement tests were conducted on all specimens and load intensity – settlement curves are to be plotted. It is also required to verify the suitability of the shape as per loading on different types of soil. It is concluded after studying the load intensity settlement behavior that hexagonal footing sho ws least settlement while square and rectangular footing shows maximum settlement at same loading intensity. Experimentally it is found that hexagonal footing shows better performance while other footing shows considerable behavior.The study is carried out using two types of soil namely, sandy soil and black cotton soil as strata which suggest that penetration is more for black cotton soil. In this test study the density and moisture content of the soil were kept same as existing in the field. Load intensit y – settlement curves are compared with standard behaviour and studied for further conclusions and scope.
ANALYSIS 0F COMPLEX COMPOSITE BEAM BY USING SIMPLE BEAM THEORY AND FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Ansys Benchworks 14.0 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sharadendu Shukla*1 & Dr. Prabhat Kumar Sinha2 Complex composite beam is one of the most common structural members that have been considered in design. This paper is intended to provide tools that ensure better designing options for composite beam of simply supported beam. In this Paper an analytical method &FEM approach calculating axial stiffness, Axial stress, Axial strain of complex composite beam. The results show the strength of composite simply supported beam
An Empirical Analysis of Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Selected Asian Countries published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Neha Tiwari The positive relationship between entrepreneurship and economic development through employment generation and poverty reduction has been well established in academic research. This is the rationale why governments across different countries try to comprehend the dynamics of entrepreneurship. There is growing interest in decoding the context in which entrepreneurship thrives. Research on œEntrepreneurial Ecosystem has gained momentum since it provides the necessary framework in which entrepreneurship develops. The objective of this study is to analyze the various components of entrepreneurial ecosystem and Total early stage entrepreneurial activity (TEA) in selected Asian countries. The research is based on secondary data related to entrepreneurial ecosystem and total early stage entrepreneurial activity, provided by Global entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM). The findings of the research indicate that there is need to improve the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Asian countries. Asian countries exhibit insufficient provisions of access to finance for entrepreneurs. Government policies and programs, taxes and bureaucratic regime are also insufficient for nurturing entrepreneurial environment. Entrepreneurship education and training both at basic school level and post school level are not sufficient for creating a conducive environment for entrepreneurs. Markets, infrastructural provisions and social and cultural norms are also not found to be sufficient for entrepreneurship to thrive in Asian context. Total early stage entrepreneurial activity (TEA) is also quite low for Asian countries. The findings of the study can be of instrumental value for academicians and policy makers interested in entrepreneurship development in Asia. Neha Tiwari"An Empirical Analysis of Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Selected Asian Countries" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9436.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/business-environment/9436/an-empirical-analysis-of-entrepreneurial-ecosystem-in-selected-asian-countries/neha-tiwari
Nutrient content, uptake and fertility influenced by sources and levels of sulphur in Kharif sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BHAINRU SAINI*, B.T. PATEL1 AND B.L. YADAV2 An field experiment was conducted at the Agronomy Instructional Farm, Chimanbhai Patel College of Agriculture, Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University, Sardarkrushinagar during Kharif 2012. Total eight treatment combinations comprised of two sources of sulphur viz., S1=Elemental sulphur and S2=Gypsum and four levels of sulphur viz., L1= 15 kg S ha-1, L2= 30 kg S ha-1, L3= 45 kg S ha-1 and L4= 60 kg S ha-1 were tried in Randomized Block Design with factorial concepts with four replications. Sesame variety GT 2 was used as a test crop. The soil of the experimental field was loamy sand in texture, alkaline in reaction and soluble salt content under safe limit. It was low in organic carbon, available N and S; medium in available P2O5, K2O and DTPA-extractable Fe and Zn and having sufficient DTPA-extractable Mn and Cu status. Application of 45 kg S ha-1 produced significantly higher seed (814 kg ha-1) and stalk (1899 kg ha-1) yields, over other levels of sulphur, however, it was statistically at par with 60 kg S ha-1. Significantly higher content and uptake of N, P and S by seed and stalk and available S content in soil at harvest were recorded with 45 kg S ha-1, however, this treatment was statistically comparable with 60 kg S ha-1.
IN SITU GELLING SYSTEM: NOVEL APPROACH FOR OPHTHALMIC DRUG DELIVERY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rajeshwari N. Patil*, Rachana S.Kumar Eye is the most vital organ of body. In ocular drug delivery the physiological constraints imposed by the protective mechanisms of the eye lead to low absorption of drugs, resulting in a shorter duration of the therapeutic effect. Conventional dosage forms (such as Eye drop, ointments, gels etc.) suffer from disadvantages like low residence time, blurred vision, frequent dosing. To overcome the limitations associated with conventional system, newer drug delivery system were developed. Newer research in ophthalmic drug delivery systems is directed towards a amalgamation of several drug delivery systems, that include to build up systems which not only prolong the contact time of the vehicle at the ocular surface, but also slow down the removal of the drug. In situ gels are in liquid phase while instillation but changed to gel in response to stimuli (which may be temperature, pH, ion, UV radiation). These stimuli also serve as basis for type of In situ gelling system. These systems not only help to increase in precorneal residence time of drug to a sufficient extent, so that drug can exhibit its maximum biological action but also decreases the systemic side effects to create a more pronounced effect with lower doses of the drug. Continuous delivery of drugs in a controlled manner to the anterior chamber of the eye will also eliminate the requirement for frequent drug administration, causing better patient compliance and thus serves as best alternative to conventional ophthalmic drops. In this article, an attempt has been made to highlight the important technical and pharmaceutically relevant concepts related with drug delivery systems developed for administration through the Ocular route.
FACTORS THAT PINPOINTS THE POTENTIAL DETERMINANTS OF OBESITY AMONGST SCHOOL GOING ADOLESCENTS: LITERATURE REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Singh Prerana, Verma Nar Singh, Singh Shivendra Kumar, Battacharya Sandeep, Mahdi Abbas Ali, Anjum B, Mishra Saumya and Khsitij Bharadwaj Aim: The World Health Organization (WHO) describes overweight and obesity as one of todays most important public health problems and the problem of overweight and obesity is not confined only to developed countries but also prevalent in developing countries. The main objective of this study was to review the available literature to understand the relationship between obesity among children and adolescents and various factors incriminating for it. Methods: Databases were searched using the terms 'obesity' and 'child', 'adolescent', physical activity', 'risk factors, 'lifestyle', 'Dietary habits' and socioeconomic status(or variations on these terms). In order to limit the potential literature, the main focus was on the reviews, both general and relating to specific aspects of obesity. Results: The findings of the various studies are similar as the relationship among socioeconomic status and adolescent obesity may result from number of underlying reasons, including unhealthy eating patterns, engaging in less physical activity, more sedentary behaviour. These factors tend to co-occur and are likely to contribute to increase the risk of obesity in children & adolescents. Conclusion: This review suggests that there are gaps in knowledge, pinpointing one or two main cause is difficult in the given data as potential determinants of obesity are intertwined and multiple. There is need for more reliable measures of dietary intake and activity levels and needs transformation in the lifestyle of adolescents through feasible ways.
VALIDATED RP-HPLC/UV METHOD FOR THE QUANTITATION OF DIPHENHYDRAMINE IN FORMULATION VEHICLE AND ITS APPLICATION TO HOMOGENECITY AND STABILITY IN DOSE FORMULATION VEHICLE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vinay Dhiman*1 and N. B. Sridhara Murthy 2 A novel, simple, specific, sensitive and reproducible high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) assay method has been developed and validated for the estimation of diphenhydramine (DPH). The HPLC method for the analysis of diphenhydramine hydrochloride in dose formulation samples using Tolbutamide as internal standard (IS). The chromatographic analysis was performed by Waters Alliance High Performance Liquid Chromatographic system equipped with UV and PC based data system with Empower Software. Chromatographic separation was achieved using Symmetry sheild, RP 18, 5 ?M, (Waters) column maintained at 35C temperature and an gradient mobile phase (0.01 M Ammonium Acetate in Milli- Q Water, pH adjusted to 5 using Acetic Acid and acetonirile) at a flow rate of 1 mL/min with a total run time of 10 min. The elute was monitored using an UV detector set at 267 nm. Method of validation was performed as per ICH guidelines and the results met with the acceptance criteria. The calibration curve was linear over a concentration range of 1001 to 14987 ?g/mL (r2 = 0.999). Precision & accuracy batches were analysed at 3 different occasions revealed the accuracy of DPH in formulation was in the range of 99.85 to 105.83%, 100.19 to 101.81% and 94.94 to 95.02%, respectively. (with in batches ): Inter day accuracy was 99.8, 98.3 and 98.1 respectively.. The validated HPLC method was successfully applied for formulation analysis.
Standard Framework for Comparison of Graph Partitioning Techniques published in

Journal of Independent Studies and Research – Computing

Published by Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)
Mudasser Iqbal, Dr. Saif-ur-Rahman Graph Partitioning is used to distribute graph partitions across nodes for processing. It is very important in the pre-processing step for distributed graph processing. In Math and Computer Science, many different distributed graph processing solutions use different partitioning approaches. This research deals with the identification of issues associated with the different graph partitioning approaches. This research paper compared the different graph partitioning solution (GraphLab, ParMetis, PT-Scotch) by applying them on different real world datasets and obtained the I/O and partitioning variation between them using different technique. This paper describes the procedure of configuring the GraphLab on Ubuntu OS and applying partitioning and pagerank techniques on it. Pmetis and Kmetis are two graph partitioning algorithms used in ParMetis. These algorithms were on same graph for different numbers of partitions and obtained the I/O and partitioning comparison between Pmetis and Kmetis. Different vertex cut strategies are also discussed in this paper. In this paper, the behavior of PowerGraph and PT-Scotch was explored while working on a very large datasets.
THE HYDROSILYLATION OF 3-(HEXEN-5-IN-2-ILOXY) PROPIONITRILE published in

Azerbaijan Chemical Journal

Published by M.Nagiyev Institute of Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry
A.M.Garamanov, M.Sh.Gurbanov, D.G.Abdullaev, N.Kh.Husiev, S.N.Allakhverdieva The addition reaction of triorganosilanes to 3-(hexen-5-in-2-iloxy) propionitryle in the presence of acetylacetonate dicarbonyl rhodium catalyst proceeds on triple bonds in two directions obtaining of β(52–65%)- and γ(35–48%)-isomers mixture (relatively oxygen atom) and with advantage of β-yield
Areal Declination of Paddy Cultivation and Its Impact on Food Security - A Study on Karrimpuzha Watershed - Palakkad District, Kerala. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Richard Scaria, P. K. Vijayan In the name of development over the past few decades Kerala agriculture land use as undergone drastic changes, to mention a few, the hills are mined, scared grooves are damaged and paddy fields converted to nonagricultural use. Agriculture is the main stay of the economy and is the only source of food both for direct consumption and as raw material for refined foods. The accelerating rate of paddy field conversions into non-agricultural uses lead to one of the current challenging issues of water scarcity, biodiversity loss, rural unemployment and food insecurity. Food security concern is of utmost importance to food deficit state of Kerala. Where a large percentage of its population is poor and still a high share of total house hold expenditure is devoted to food, food security can become a reality only when the agricultural sector is vibrant. In this context this study is been carried out taking Karrimpuzha watershed, which is situated in the central part of Palakkad district which has recorded a great loss of paddy area. This paper attempts to examine the conversion of paddy fields to other uses and its impact on the food security.
Analysis of Circuit Breaker and Relays in Substations published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

Published by BONFRING
N. Subha Lakshmi and S. Sarumathi There is a necessity of circuit breaker replacement with Gas circuit breaker is to meet the day by day growing load demand, to reduce the down time to upgrade the system with current technology and to provide better protection to the substation power equipment's. To improve the efficiency and reliability and to provide the best quality of power and service to the end customer. Electromechanical relays will lag in functionalities and operations in compression with the current technology numerical relays. Numerical relays are more flexible in configuring the relay settings, having better reliability, multifunctional capability, multiple relay setting characteristics , digital communication capabilities. Numerical relays are modular based so it can be easily serviced/ replaced, Numerical relays have very less burden, having better sensitivity/selectivity, High speed operation (set/ reset), comprises auto resetting and self diagnostics features. Consumes very less space in comparison with electromechanical relays. In this paper the procedure for Gas circuit breaker and numerical relay replacement is illustrated with the substation reference drawing.
DPIRS Framework for Sustainable Development of Coastal Areas published in

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Rekha S. Nair, Dr. Alka Bharat and Manu G. Nair Presently 21% of the world population lives within 30 kms of the coastal areas. Coastal zones are therefore of great importance as zones of settlement and play a vital role in the economic well-being of many nations. Indian mainland has a coastline of about 7517km ,with major economic activities and population (due to Migration or otherwise) concentrated in this area. This has resulted in enhanced demand for scarce resources threatening the physical and ecological balance of this entire region. This is mostly due to non-incorporation of inputs from the bottom stakeholders during the planning process and the absence of a holistic treatment in coastal zone management plan preparation. This mismanagement along with the change in climate has resulted in increasing vulnerability, which conspicuously demands a fresh approach towards management of coastal areas. This paper briefly describes the importance of sustainable development of the coastal zone by specifying challenges, the inadequacy of existing measures and suggests a DPSIR framework for improved coastal zone management. Also, a methodology for computing an index has been developed to monitor the sustainability of the region based on Factor analysis.
STATE AND PRIVATE CAPITAL INTERACTION AS A FACTOR OF COUNTRY’S SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT published in

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

Published by State Higher Educational Establishment �Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskiy State Pedagogic University after Grygoriy Skovoroda�
Galina Olekhnovich, A.Yu. Sin’kevich One of the urgent problems of the world economy in modern conditions favor the interaction of state and private capital. In addition to the general characteristics of the article, this interaction is considered its role as a factor of socio-economic development of the country. On the rich factual material found in the the world practice shows how the development of forms of this interaction affects the growth and development of the national economy.
A comparative study of Open Book-Open Web (OBOW) exams and Invigilated Closed Book-Pen and Paper (ICBPP) exams published in

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

Published by Merit Research Journals
Mohammed Amanullah, Gaffar Sarwar Zaman, Ayyub Ali Patel and Khalid Mohanna This paper evaluates the effectiveness of open book-open web (OBOW) examinations in comparison to invigilated closed book-pen and paper exams. An OBOW exam was conducted during April 2013, wherein 127 students participated in it. The result obtained in this exam was compared with the invigilated exam taken by the same students previously. The percentage of marks obtained by the students were graded as A for 90-100% marks, B, C, D and F for 80-89%, 70-79%, 60-69% and 0-60% respectively. Some students were placed under ungraded category (U grade), as they faced some technical problems during the exam. Cheating was assessed based upon the time at which the student started taking the exam, the total time taken to complete it and the marks they scored. The results indicated that there was no notable difference in the results between the two types of exams. The number of students scoring A grade was almost the same in both the type of exams viz. 36% of all the students scored A grade in OBOW as against 38% of the students in the invigilated exam. However the number of students scoring lower grades i.e. B to F was more in OBOW exams then the invigilated exams. A few cheating cases were observed in the OBOW exam and also in the invigilated exam, which is unavoidable in any circumstance. About 10 students faced technical problems like loss of internet connection, slowing of the internet connection due to traffic congestion in the network, hanging of the users computer system. It can be concluded that OBOW exams are better in accessing the students ability to understand the subject and reproduce it. Keywords: Open book open web examinations, closed book invigilated examination, online exams, authentic assessment
A REVIEW PAPER ON ON THE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION FOR ENHANCED FACE RECOGNITION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
, Dr. R.C. Gangwar, Face Recognition is one of the problems which can be handled very well using Hybrid techniques or mixed transform rather than single technique. This paper deals with using of Particle Swarm Optimization techniques for Face Recognition. Feature selection (FS) is a global optimization problem in machine learning, which reduces the number of features, removes irrelevant, noisy and redundant data, and results in acceptable recognit ion accuracy. It is the most important step that affects the performance of a pattern recognition system. This paper presents a novel feature selection algorithm based on PCA [1] [2] Subspace using Accelerated Binary Particle Swarm Optimization. ABPSO is a computational paradigm based on the idea of collaborative behavior inspired by the social behavior of bird flocking or fish schooling. This paper proposes a novel method of Binary Particle Swarm Optimization called Accelerated Binary Particle Swarm Optim ization (ABPSO) by intelligent acceleration of particles. Together with Image Pre - processing techniques such as Resolution Conversion, Histogram Equalization and Edge Detection, ABPSO is used for feature selection to obtain significantly reduced feature su bset and improved recognition rate. The performance of ABPSO is established by computing the recognition rate and the number of selected features on ORL database. For the implementation of this propose work we use the Image Processing Toolbox under Matlab software
Reliability of Immunodiagnostic Tests for Diagnosis of Liver Alveolar Echinococcosis published in

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Hayriye KIRKOYUN UYSAL, Ozer AKGUL, Gokhan Tolga ADAS, Sevim PUR?SA, Yasar Ali ONER Background and Aim: Liver alveolar echinococcosis is a rare parasitic zoonosis, is caused by Echinococcus multilocularis and is a very rare and severe disease. Our aim is to investigate the accuracy of diagnosis of Alveolar Echinococcosis (AE) via different serological tests, with an emphasis on pats who had liver resections. Methods: We investigated 39 patients who were diagnosed with liver AE. Group 1 (n=16) inoperable patients, Group 2 (n=11) complete resection of all parasitic mass, Group 3 (n=12) partial resection in which a small remnant was left on a vital structure. We investigated three different markers Em2plus, Em12, and Em16-18. Results: We found that sensitivity for serologic diagnosis of AE was 88% (Em2plus), 94% (Em16-18), and 69% (Em12) in group 1, 55% (Em2plus), 27% (Em16-18) and 18% (Em12) in group 2, 75% (Em2plus), 100% (Em16-18), 75% (Em12) in group 3 respectively. Conclusions: In conclusion, the serologic tests are practical and cost-effective tools for use in the diagnosis of the AE. In our study the 16-18 bands observed in with the western blot method, are determined to be the most reliable test in the diagnosis of AE for groups 1 and 3. For group 2, Em12 and Em16-18 may both be used as markers for patient followup tests.
CONSUMER PERCEPTION OF BUSINESS MAGAZINES published in

4D International journal of Management And Science

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Puli Nageswara Rao*1 , D.Jyothirmai2 & Dr.K.Subba Rao In the Software Industry, For high reliability software, mission critical system software and embedded system software, to demonstrate convincingly and validly that the software satisfies the reliability requirements is one of the most challenging issues. In this paper, we present a method for developing software reliability case based on software reliability characteristic model and measures of defect control. Three software reliability argument patterns are proposed. As a case study, we take the load control software to demonstrate how a software reliability case can be generated using the proposed method and corresponding argument patterns.
A Study on Farmers Problems in Production and Marketing of Onion in Sulur Taluka, Coimbatore District published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.M.Jayanthi, A.Vaideke Marketing of agricultural goods is more complicated when compared to marketing of non agricultural goods. Farmers are facing many problems in both cultivation and marketing of onion. Agricultural production is generally depends on fertility of land, climate condition, and rain fall. Onion is one of the important agricultural commodity and spice crop. Onion is a perishable agricultural product it requires proper storage facility. Hence the research finds initiative to study the problems of farmers in cultivation and marketing of onion and provides suitable measures for the same.
The Relationship Between Organizational Justice And Commitment: A Case Study In Accommodation Establishments published in

??letme Ara?t?rmalar? Dergisi (Journal of Business Research-Turk)

Published by Melih Topaloglu
Yaz?c?o?lu ?rfan, Topalo?lu, I??l The main purpose of this study is to determinate the relationship between organizational justice and organizational commitment in accommodation enterprises. It was also aimed to determinate that relationship in term of distributive justice, process justice and interaction justice. In this scope a case study was carried out on 426 employee who work in holiday village and 4-5 stars hotel in Mu?la province. The questionnaire forms were used to collect data from sample group. According to the analyzing of collected data, a significant relationship was found between general organizational justice, distributive justice, process justice, interaction justice and organizational commitment at the 0,05 significant level. The level of the relationship for general organizational justice and organizational commitment was 62,4%. The level of justice and commitment was 45%, between interaction justice and commitment was 62%. Also the differentiation of those relationships in term of gender, education level and the type of enterprises were searched
Factors Associated with Medication Adherence among hypertensive Patients in a Tertiary Health Center: A Cross-Sectional Study published in

Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Ezeala-Adikaibe BA*, Mbadiwe N, Okudo G, Nwosu N, Nwobodo N, Onyebueke G, Nwobodo M, Nnaji T, Okafor UH, Orjioke C, Okpara T, Aneke E, Chime P, Okwara CC, Ekochin F, Ezeme, Eze G and Abonyi Introduction: Medication non-adherence is a major hindrance in the treatment of hypertension in Sub Saharan Africa. It is a major modifi able contributor to poor blood pressure control and complications of the disorder. An understanding of the factors that are associated with drug adherence in hypertension will contribute positively to the overall planning of public health educational programs on hypertension. Methods: This study was cross sectional and descriptive in nature conducted in the medical outpatient clinic of Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Enugu Nigeria. Data collection was done using a semi-structured questionnaire. The Morinsky-Green Medication adherence scale was used to estimate medication adherence. Statistical analyses was done using SPSS version 22 (IBM Corporation, New York, USA).
Diagnostic Testing of Hydro and Turbo Generators and Large AC Motors in Service published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Mallikarjunappa K, Chandrashekar D Keri, Vaidhyanathan V, Thirumurthy and Afzal Ahmed T R . Majority of the generating sets operating in our country are turbo generators contributing nearly 70% of the total electrical power generated. Many of these generators are about 30-40 years old and have already come to the end of their notional design life. In recent times, with the ever growing demand for power, high cost of new equipment and paucity of funds there is an increasing trend to upgrade and extend the life of older generating sets. It has been recognized that with the advent of new technologies there is a scope for upgrading of generating capacity of the generators. In the light of this, knowledge of integrity of these machines and their remaining service life would be of great interest. In this, endeavor, there is a strong incentive for condition assessment of various components of these machines. Over the years many diagnostic tests have been suggested for condition monitoring of different components of the machines. The data obtained from these tests provide much needed information regarding present state and condition of the components.
Antimicrobial screening and identification of Bioactive compounds present in marine sponge Zygomycale sp. collected from Kanyakumari coast published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
J.A. Johnson1, T. Citarasu2 and *W.A.Manjusha3 The marine environment is a rich source of bioactive compounds. The present study was carried out to investigate in vitro antimicrobial activity of marine sponge Zygomycale sp. collected from Kanyakumari coast (south east coast of India). The sponge extract was tested against nine human bacterial pathogens and four human fungal pathogens, and it revealed that, the extracts showed potent anti-bacterial activity against Bacillus megaterium, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Sterptococcus pyogenes and it exhibited antifungal activity against all pathogenic test strains. The bioactive compound present in marine sponge was identified by GC-MS analysis and the compounds are Tetracontane,3,3,2,4-trimethyl, Tricozane, Decane,Dodecane,2,6,10-trimethyl ester, Trifluroacteicacid,n-octadecyl ester, Eicozane, Phenol,2,4-bis(1,1- dimetyl ethyl)-ester,Dibutyl phthalate. The results of present investigation revealed that, the endosymbiotic bacteria from the marine sponges are a potential source of novel antibiotic leads.
Design of Efficient Binary Comparators Using Qca Module published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Gulam Dostagir, Jitendra Sharma, Praveen Kumar, Jasmin M, Sharad Bhusal The project is based on Quantum-dot cellular automata (QCA) which is an emerging technology suitable for the development of ultra- dense low-power high-performance digital circuits suitable to carryout high performance. The Design of binary comparator is based on the QCA majority gate .With the help of theorems and corollaries the circuit is created .This paper proposes a new design approach oriented to the implementation of binary 64-bit full comparator using QCA majority gate module that exhibit significantly higher speed and reduced overall area. The design also reduces gate-count and improve processing speed. The 64 bit binary comparator can be used in various electronics application which reduce the power consumption and as well as switching speed.
PENGARUH REFORMASI BIROKRASI TERHADAP PERIZINAN PENANAMAN MODAL DI DAERAH (Studi Kasus Di Pemerintahan Kota Bekasi) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Suwari Akhmaddhian Bureaucratic reform is essentially an attempt to reform and fundamental changes to the system of governance in order to reach the goal of bureaucratic reform to accelerate achievement of good governance and efforts to improve support for local government in increasing performance. Bureaucracy reform program runs which is principally consisted of institusional reform, human resources reform and management information technology support in the licensing process. Institutional reform is by estabilishing a new agency that handles the licensing process in the past, licensing process has to go through the different agencies and with the reform of the bureaucracy in the licensing process united in one body that is unified, improve human resources through training and increase the transparency of information through the management information technology support. Bureaucratic reform in investment licensing in the area is already under way in an effort to improve the service to the community, so good governance is not just a dream and soon will become a reality. Key words: licensing, service, bureaucratic reform.
Determining the Diversity of Bread Wheat Variteties on Yield and Quality Traits at Rainfed and Irrigated Conditions published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Seydi Aydoğan, Mehmet Şahin, Aysun Göçmen Akçacık, Berat Demir, Sümeyra Hamzaoğlu, Seyfi Taner This study was conducted with 7 bread wheat varieties in rainfed and irrigated conditions at Bahri Dagdas International Agricultural Research Institute as a randomized complete block design with three replications. Grain yield, thousand kernel weight, protein ratio, Zeleny sedimentation value, bread weight, bread volume and farinograph traits were investigated. Significant differences between the varieties were determined in terms of investigated traits in rainfed and irrigated conditions. Bread volume, farinograph development time, protein ratio and Zeleny sedimentation values in rainfed conditions were higher than values in irrigated conditions. Bread volume, farinograph development time, protein ratio and Zeleny sedimentation were determined as 507 cm3, 9.2 min, 13.6% and 46.8 ml in rainfed conditions and 495 cm3, 6.7 min., 12.3% and 44.0 ml in irrigated conditions respectively. According to the results; the effect of the growing conditions was found statistically significant on wheat quality.
Animasi Pembelajaran Interaktif untuk Anak 4-5 Tahun Berbasis Android published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Amrulloh Amrulloh, Ari Mulyoto Pada umumnya anak-anak usia dini cendrung suka bermain dari pada belajar. Agar anak usia dini tertarik untuk belajar maka perlu cara atau sarana yang sesuai dengan tingkat usianya. Anak usia 4-6 tahun merupakan bagian dari anak usia dini yang memasuki masa peka bagi anak Masa ini merupakan masa untuk meletakkan dasar pertama dalam mengembangkan kemampuan fisik, kognitif, bahasa, sosial emosi, konsep diri, disiplin, seni, moral dan nilai-nilai agama. Oleh sebab itu dibutuhkan kondisi dan stimulasi yang sesuai dengan kebutuhan anak agar pertumbuhan dan perkembangan anak tercapai secara optimal. Media pembelajaran yang sesuai untuk anak usia dini saat ini adalah media pembelajaran interaktif yaitu belajar sambil bermain. Untuk itu tujuan dari penelitian ini membuat aplikasi animasi pembelajaran interaktif berbasis android. Aplikasi ini akan memberikan pelajaran tentang pengenalan fasilitas umum, rambu-rambu lalu lintas, huruf hijaiyah, profesi pekerjaan dan alat transportasi kepada anak usia dini. Hasi dari penelitian ini, adanya aplikasi animasi pembelajaran interaktif pada PAUD, para murid tidak merasa bosan lagi dalam belajar dan lebih cepat menghafal. Para guru pun lebih fokus dalam mengajar dan waktu belajar mengajar menjadi lebih efisien.
RANK-BASED WEIGHTED ASSOCIATION RULE MINING TECHNIQUE FOR SECURE CLOUD COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
K. Mangayarkkarasi*, M. Chidambaram Currently, the online services are used for all business activities. This produces enormous amount of data every day and all these data is to be stored in different cloud data storages. To identify the best and useful information out of these data and to take a wise decision from the available information is considered as one of the challenging issues. To address this major issue, few researchers adopted data mining techniques such as clustering, classification and association models for mining the useful information from the cloud environment. Although Cloud Computing is a powerful means of achieving high storage and computing services at a low cost, it is revealed that due to challenging security issues, many cloud users are not showing interest to use cloud based services. This research work proposes an efficient Secure Cloud Data Mining Model through Apriori-HUDS Rule Miner to address these issues. This secure cloud data mining model is designed in such a way that it facilitates the cloud users to identify the best frequently used data sets from the cloud data centers for their queries and also provides high security to the cloud servers. Thus, the service providers can protect the sensitive data of clients. The proposed model is implemented in the cloud environment and thoroughly studied. From our experimental results, it is noticed that the proposed model performs well in terms of predicting frequently accessed data sets by cloud users, ranking data sets with highest support and achieving high memory utilization as compared with existing cloud data mining model.
Incidence of Retained Placenta in Ruminants and its Treatment by Rural Farmers in Northern Ghana published in

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

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Devyani Awasthi, Dr. Ali Imam Mathematics anxiety is the intense topic and which has received extensive attention in this literature but still there is lot of ambiguity about the variables affecting it .The study proposes and confirms a set of independent variables (gender and mathematics achievement) and its effect on dependent variable is mathematics anxiety. The sample size is limited to 500 secondary school students. The tool used in the Mathematics achievement test (MAT), Mathematics anxiety scale (MAS) and A Personal and Environmental Factors Assessment Questionnaire and the data was analyzed using computation of means and standard deviation, computation of standard error and use of t test for measuring the significant of the difference between the means. The result of the study can be summarized as there is a significant difference between the anxiety levels of males and females. Females are found to be more anxious than male towards mathematics. Second major finding is that people having low achievement in mathematics tend to be more anxious towards the subject.
Current Scenario of Hrd in Reliance Industries Limited published in

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Dr. Arun Damodaryeole Introduction:- Human Resource Development (HRD) have become buzzword in India. HRD encourages creativity; it aims at providing opportunities to employee for realizing their talent potential. HRD is basically concerned with improving the overall quality of life of an employee and not just improvement in his work. HRD includes all aspects of competence, commitment and culture building. HRD is treated as the soul of the HR function. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is among the top ten private players in the refining business globally. Objectives of the study:- a)To find out literature of review and significance of HRD. b) To study the Movement of HRD in Indian Corporate Sector. c) To show the RIL at a Glance. d) To study the current scenario of HRD in RIL -Workforce Strength ,HR Transformation ,Talent Pipeline ,Learning &Development ,Training& Human Rights. Conclusion:- The HRD tools if effectively used can create a conductive HRD culture and HRD learning processes. The HRD outcomes can influence the organizations business goals, which may be in terms of higher productivity, cost reduction, more profits, better image and more satisfied customers with stake holders. Finally conclude the focus is on the effective utilization of HRs which empowers employees and makes them excel in their jobs for the benefits of the organizations.
A Review on Lung Diseases in Special Reference to Asthma and its Impact published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Stuti Shrivastava1, Pratibha Rani Dwivedi1, Seema Tiwari1*, Rashmi Arnald2, Arti Saxena3 and Snehlata Pandey4 The lung is the essential respiration organ in many air-breathing animals, including most tetrapods, a few fish and a few snails. In mammals and the more complex life forms, the two lungs are located in the chest on either side of the heart. Their principal function is to transport oxygen from the atmosphere into the bloodstream, and to release carbon dioxide from the bloodstream into the atmosphere. In addition to their function in respiration, the lungs also alter the pH of blood by facilitating alterations in the partial pressure of carbon dioxide. Convert angiotensin I to angiotensin II by the action of angiotensin-converting enzyme. It may serve as a layer of soft, shock- absorbent protection for the heart, which the lungs flank and nearly enclose. Immunoglobulin-A is secreted in the bronchial secretion and protects against respiratory infections.
PREVALENCE OF OXALOBACTER FORMIGENES AMONG THE IRAQI POPULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tariq T. Khalaf, Zahra M. Al-Khafaji* Oxalotrophic bacteria depend on oxalic acid for getting energy and as a carbon source .Oxalic acid is toxic substance can not be avoided in human body which can not be metabolized . Humans depend on microflora to manipulate oxalic acid homeostasis . The main member of the microbes is Oxalobacter formigenes , which lower and let getting rid of this substance . The present study aimed to investigate the presence of this bacteria in Iraqi population . Different genders and wide range of age groups (8-40 years) were used . The molecular diagnosis depended on amplification of partial region of 16S rRNA gene as the cultivation of this fastidious bacterium is quite difficult and is very sensitive to antibiotics . Results of 16S rRNA amplification (product 370 bp) , showed that this bacterium found in 46/50 (92%) of the population . The resulted product sequences were aligned with 16S rRNA sequence collection deposited mainly in SILVA database , and GenBank database . The percentage of identity exceed 70% which represents the threshold for depositing the sequences in SILVA database and were about 83%. Phylogenetic analysis using Comamonas terrigena as out group resulted in grouping of Iraqi strains in one cluster , with over all distance of 0.2 using Neighborhood Joining method .
EFFECT OF PROBIOTICS IN THE PREVENTION OF ANTIBIOTIC ASSOCIATED DIARRHOEA AND CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Uma Maheswari* and S. Abinaya Diarrhoea as a common side effect of antibiotics, causes increased treatment costs and extended length of stay in acute health care facilities. Clostridium difficile as a cause of diarrhea has become a major issue in many countries, resulting in a search for the best way to prevent its occurrence. Prevention primarily revolves around control of antibiotic use, followed by comprehensive infection control procedures once outbreaks occur. C.difficile have become more frequent, more severe, more difficult to treat and more likely to recur after initial treatment. Although most people become infected with C.difficile in the hospital, the infection has also become more common in patients who have not been hospitalized or through community- acquired infection. Cefotaxime, amikacin and ampicillin were mainly responsible for causing AAD. Therefore conservative use of antibiotics would be beneficial to decrease the occurrence of AAD. Hence the present study was planned as C.difficile infected samples were collected from 50 patients, out of fifty, 10 male, 28 female and 12 children. The results of our study were clearly showed that 7 samples are frequently associated with childrens 5-12 years age group. Commercial antibiotics and probiotics were administrated for the control of AAD; Lactobacillus casein was effectively control the diarrhea than antibiotics.
A Comparative Study of Somatotypes Between Badminton and Table Tennis Players published in

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Krishna. R. Yadav, Dr. Sundar Raj Urs. The identification of physical characteristics in a sport modality contributes to its success and enables to spot differences among athletes of different modalities, which is of great interest for both sport coaches and scientists. The Badminton and Table Tennis are the racquet sports which are played between two opposing players or two opposing pairs the size, shape and form of the players are known to play a significant role in Badminton and Table Tennis. The purpose of this study was to compare the somatotype profile of Badminton and Table Tennis players. Total of 90 male players from badminton N=50, Table Tennis N=40 subjects were selected from of different colleges affiliated to Karnatak University, Dharwad St: Karnataka, the ages of athletes were between 20 to 25 years. The z-test was used for comparing the mean Somatotypes of Badminton and Table Tennis players. Statistical analysis revealed significant differences in the mean meso and ectomorphic profiles and insignificant difference in the mean endomorphic profile of Badminton and Table Tennis players.
ISOLATION AND EXTRACTION OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETNER (STEVIA) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Suchita Aminha*, A.N.Soumya, V. Govinda Raju, B. Manish Goud, Mohammad Irfath, Syed Ali Pasha Quadri Steviosi de is extracted from the leaves of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni (asteraceae or compositae) plant. Due to its sweet taste it is used as a natural non caloric sweetener. These glycosides are 300 times sweeter than sugar and also exhibit wide therapeutic activity. Stevia plants are also rich in carbohydrates (61.93% d.w), protein(11.41% d.w), crude fibre (15.52% d.w), minerals(K-21.15; Ca-17.7; Na-14.93; Mg-3.26 mg/100gm d.w; Cu-0.73; Mn-2.89; Fe-5.89; Zn-1.26 mg/100gm d.w) and also essential amino acids. It is used as a substitute for sucrose in food & beverages in many countries. In the present experiment isolation of stevioside from stevia le aves had been done by low cost methods. Isolated stevioside was analyzed by TLC method. The RF values of TLC were 0.50 & 0.67.
Almost Unbiased Modified Linear Regression Estimators for Estimation of Population Mean published in

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J. Subramani and G. Kumarapandiyan The present paper deals with a class of modified linear regression type estimators which are almost unbiased. We have derived their variances together with the values for which the proposed class of estimators perform better than the usual linear regression estimator. The performances of these proposed estimators are also assessed for certain natural populations available in the literature. It is observed from the numerical comparisons that the proposed estimators perform better than the existing modified ratio type estimators.
The Study of Direct Selling Management Strategies and Consumer Behavior an Example of the Companies in India published in

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

Archives of Renal Diseases and Management

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

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Dr. ROSA M.C,PREETHI C The present study is an attempt to find out the effectiveness of Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) upon Stress management and irrational belief among TTC students. The modern world which is said to be a world of achievement is also a world of stress. In the present situation we see that TTC students are facing a lot of stress due to the over loaded curriculum and the socio familial conditions prevailing in the present society. The REBT is a cognitive therapy. Thoughts and beliefs are its main focus. REBT do not assume that thoughts are more important than emotions or behaviors or any other aspects of the human experience. But when we want to change, using thoughts as the point of interaction give us considerable power. While we do not have hundred percentage controls over our thoughts and belief, by carefully examining them in the REBT frame work we can alter them in specific careful ways. The sample consisted of 80 Teacher trainees. Experimental method was adopted for the study. Analysis of the data revealed that REBT is more effective to reduce the presence of irrational belief and stress among teacher trainees. The result also reveals that REBT can reduce the causative factors that lead to mental stress and emotional disturbances.
Relationship Between Internal And External Locus of Control and Academic Achievement of B.ED., Students published in

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C. Ashok Kumar Education is the process of drawing and guiding children towards the Principle, which is pronounced right by the law and confirmed as truly by experience of oldest and the most just. It is the teacher who does the job of teaching as well as imparting the knowledge and information on the learners effectively for a long tie it was thought that education is nothing but imparting knowledge but now the idea has been changed completely since psychology took control over the process of education and methods have been completely psychologies. So it is merely means as to develop the unfolding nature of childrens personality.
Marketing of Health Insurance in Rural Area: a Study With Reference to Gulbarga, Yadgir and Raichur Districts of Karnataka published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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DR. R.MAREGOUD, MR.ASHOKREDDY B.PATIL The role and relevance of tax or social health insurance based intervention has come to occupy central stage in recent years in several countries that are undertaking measures to reform health systems. One or a mix of these health-financing models is considered desirable to achieve universal coverage to its population. Most of the low and middle income economies till recently have relied heavily on Out-Of-Pocket (OOP) payments of households, which are regarded as both inefficient and iniquitous. As a consequence, OOP causes financial catastrophe and impoverishment of vulnerable households. The underlying reasons are that the OOP payments preclude the conditions of prepayment, risk-pooling and cross-subsidization. A tax-based health financing mechanism, as in UK, Cuba and Sri Lanka or a broad based social health insurance programs as in Germany, France, Mexico, etc. is being prescribed as a key instrument of health financing strategy for many low income countries like India, if it were to achieve universal health coverage.
HBA: Distributed Metadata Management for Large Cluster-Based Storage Systems published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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M S Nirmala An efficient and distributed scheme for file mapping or file lookup is critical in decentralizing metadata management within a group of metadata servers. This paper presents a novel technique called Hierarchical Bloom Filter Arrays (HBA) to map filenames to the metadata servers holding their metadata. Two levels of probabilistic arrays, namely, the Bloom filter arrays with different levels of accuracies, are used on each metadata server. One array, with lower accuracy and representing the distribution of the entire metadata, trades accuracy for significantly reduced memory overhead, whereas the other array, with higher accuracy, caches partial distribution information and exploits the temporal locality of file access patterns. Both arrays are replicated to all metadata servers to support fast local lookups. We evaluate HBA through extensive trace-driven simulations and implementation in Linux. Simulation results show our HBA design to be highly effective and efficient in improving the performance and scalability of file systems in clusters with 1,000 to 10,000 nodes (or super clusters) and with the amount of data in the peta byte scale or higher. Our implementation indicates that HBA can reduce the metadata operation time of a single-metadata-server architecture by a factor of up to 43.9 when the system is configured with 16 Meta data servers. M S Nirmala"HBA: Distributed Metadata Management for Large Cluster-Based Storage Systems" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18211.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/18211/hba-distributed-metadata-management-for-large-cluster-based-storage-systems/m-s-nirmala
Agriculture Role of Indian Economy published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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G. Vijaya Bhasker Today, India has walked on from sustenance security to nourishment adequacy and has appeared nourishment sway. All these have turned out to be conceivable attributable to the utilization of bleeding edge of science combined with the positive arrangement support and responsibility of rural research intellectual elite and Indian ranchers alike. The part of progressive focal and state governments as different plans and plans with respect to venture, innovation exchange and different viewpoints have vitalized rural development and rustic advancement. The Green Revolution innovations and the progression arrangements have contributed hugely to the Indian economy by giving sustenance independence and enhanced provincial welfare. The part of agrarian researchers has been demonstrated basic in such manner. G. Vijaya Bhasker"Agriculture Role of Indian Economy" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5790.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/economics/5790/agriculture-role-of-indian-economy/g-vijaya-bhasker
Degraded Documents Recovering by Using Adaptive Binarizations and Convex Hull Concept? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mahendar.R, Navaneetha Krishnan.S, Roshini Ravinayagam, Prakash.P? As a challenging task involved in recovering an original contents of the various degraded documents due to overlapping of both text and images, fatherly image of a damaged book page often suffers from the various scanning collapse known as scanning shading, dark borders noises and foreground problem. These collapses will degrade the qualities of the scanned documents and cause many problems in the subsequent process of document image analysis. In this paper, we have to propose the two concepts for recovering original quality contents of degraded documents. An adaptive binarizations technique that shows these issues reductions by using adaptive pixel per matching. The adaptive pixel matching is a combination of the local image contrast and the local image gradient that is tolerant to text and background variation caused by different types of document degradations. Convex hull algorithm method proves to be outstandingly effective for image shading correction and dark border noise removal. It can restore a desired blackness free document and meanwhile yield an illuminated surface of high quality.
ABOUT ONE ALGORITHM OF RECOGNITION SHARPLY DISTINGUISHED OBJECTS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov;Makpal Mliyardovna Asanbayeva The paper discusses some allocation algorithms image of an object on a difficult background in real time.
Analyzing Mental Health of College Going Youth in Relation to Their Lifestyle Patterns published in

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Dr. Yuvraj Singh, Mr. Dinesh Kumar Objectives: -The objective of the study was to analyze mental health of college going youth in relation to their lifestyle patterns Methods: - A survey method was applied to collect data from 100 youth i: e (50 male and 50 female), aged 18-25 years studying in different professional courses in Lovely Professional University. Mental Health Inventory by Dr. Jagdish and A.K Srivastava was used to asses mental health of the subjects whereas Lifestyle scale by S.K Bawa and Sumanpreet Kaur was utilized to ascertain lifestyle patterns. To find out any association between lifestyle and mental health parameters Pearsons product moment correlation coefficient was used. Results: - Lifestyle was positively related to mental health in case males but in terms of female it was negative but significant. Conclusion: - After analyzing data critically it was concluded that if an individual have good lifestyle it will lead to better mental health.
CHONDRO MYXOID FIBROMA OF PROXIMAL END OF TIBIA A CASE REPORT published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr.Siddaram Patil*, Dr.Sankar Rao. P, Dr.Raju, Dr.Veera shekar, Dr.Sahajahan Akthar, Dr.G. Sai Sumalika sree Chondromyxoid fibroma (CMF) is a rare benign cartilaginous tumour of bone, can occur at any age, most occur in patients 10 30 years old. It occurs more often in males than females. representing less than 1% of all bone tumours. Although chondromyxoid fibroma in the proximal tibia is the most common location. Which was noticed in our case. We are presenting a case of CMF of 22 year old male involving proximal end of tibia.
Trade and Commerce in Mughal Period published in

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Ratnakar D Hosmani Akbar and Jahangir interested themselves in the foreign seaborne trade, and Akbar himself took part in commercial activities for a time. The Mughals welcomed the foreign trader, provided ample protection and security for his transactions, and levied a very low custom duty (usually no more than 2 percent ad valorem). Furthermore, the expansion of local handicrafts and industry resulted in a reservoir of exportable goods. Indian exports consisted mainly of manufactured articles, with cotton cloth in great demand in Europe and elsewhere. Indigo, saltpeter, spices, opium, sugar, woolen and silk cloth of various kinds, yarn, asafoetida, salt, beads, borax, turmeric, lac, sealing wax, and drugs of various kinds, were also exported. The principal imports were bullion, horses, and a certain quantity of luxury goods for the upper classes, like raw silk, coral, amber, precious stones, superior textiles (silk, velvet, brocade, broadcloth), perfumes, drugs, china goods, and European wines. By and large, however, in return for their goods Indian merchants insisted on payment in gold or silver. Naturally this was not popular in England and the rest of Europe, and writers on economic affairs in the seventeenth century frequently complained, as did Sir Thomas Roe, that "Europe bleedeth to enrich Asia." The demand for articles supplied by India was so great, however, and her requirements of European goods so limited, that Europe was obliged to trade on India's own terms until the eighteenth century, when special measures were taken in England and elsewhere to discourage the demand for Indian goods.
Morphological Characterization in Vanda species published in

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L.C. De,A.N. Rao,P.K. Rajeevan,Manoj Srivastava,Geetamani Chhetri Vanda consists of more than 70 species of monopodial epiphytic orchids distributed in India, China, The Himalayas, Sri Lanka, Philippines and throughout South East Asia. These commercial orchids are grown in Thailand, Singapore, Malayasia and Hawai. All orchids having the same characteristics as the Vanda genus is called as a vandaceous orchid and they grouped together to form the Vanda Alliance. Genera like Vandas, Aerides, Ascocentrum, Renanthera, Rhyncostylis, Aranda, Mokara, Kagawara are included in the Vanda Alliance. Many of orchids under this group are called as Scorpion Orchids or Spider Orchids. They are ideal for hanging baskets, pots or tree logs. In the present investigation, 11 Vanda species viz. Vanda alpina, V. cristata, V. coerulea, V. parviflora, V. coerulescens, V. stangeana, Papilionanthe (Vanda) teres, V. bicolor, V. tassellata, V. pumila, and V. parishii were studied for development of morphological descriptors based upon UPOV guidelines and accordingly total 65 morphological descriptors of Vanda were developed.
Brain Stem Tuberculoma Presenting with Ptosis and Isolated Ocular Movement Abnormality : A Rare Case published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Rohin Bhatia, Dr. Abhishek Tuberculosis is still endemic in developing countries such as India and tuberculomas account for up to 40% of space occupying intracranial masses.[1] Isolated brain stem tuberculomas are rare lesions and account for about 5% of all intracranial tuberculomas.[2] These intracranial lesions commonly present as oculomotor and other cranial nerve palsies one and a half syndrome, other ocular signs, and neurological deficits .
Infection Control in the Use of Urethral Catheters: Knowledge and Practices of Nurses in a Private Hospital in Iloilo City published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
MARK LISTER F. OPINA1 and RYAN MICHAEL F. ODUCADO2 Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infections (CAUTI) are the most common type of healthcare-associated infections. This study was conducted to determine the relationship between the level of knowledge and practices of nurses on infection control in the use of urethral catheters in a private hospital in Iloilo City. A total of 30 nurses participated as respondents. The result revealed that nurses have low level of knowledge and poor infection control practices in the use of urethral catheters. The nurses level of knowledge has a bearing on their practices on infection control in the use of urethral catheters. In view of the fact that low level of knowledge is related to poor infection control practices, nurses need continuous education and trainings in the use of urethral catheters in order to prevent and decrease incidence of CAUTI.
Evaluation of Importance and Conservation Strategies of Forest Biodiversity published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Preeti Singh Forest cover is defined as an area more than 1 ha in extent and having tree canopy density of 10 percent and above. Forest biodiversity is highly valued at all three levels for providing products and commodities, amenities and services and aesthetic beauty and natural settings for moral contemplation and spiritual uplifting. But due to insufficient care and protection they are loosing their vigour and being trapped and diminished by human beings selfish and greedy attitude. Here in this review paper it has been tried to explain the forest cover of India in its different parts, importance of forest biodiversity to human beings and some strategies to rejuvenate it at this step of destruction.
ON THE HYDROMAGNETIC STABILITY OF STRATIFIED FLUID IN THE PRESENCE OF SUSPENDED PARTICLES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sudhir Kumar he paper critically examines within the framework of linear stability analysis, the hydromagnetic stability of stratified fluid in the presence of suspended particles. In the present pap er, by a number of theorems providing conditions for stability or instability. This paper also shows the dual character of magnetic field. A particular case of uniform magnetic field is also discussed.
Completion of Gross violation of Past Human Rights as the Implementation of Article 28 paragraph (2) the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia published in

Hasanuddin Law Review

Published by Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University
Ahmad Hambali In the life of the nation, the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia as the basic law is the only reference for the government and society as a cornerstone of life movement. A waiver of the provisions of the Constitution and the rules for the government in particular will have implications for the emergence of the most serious violations of the law suit that led to impeachment. Therefore, there should be none of the promise the government violated the constitution which can moreover it was related to obligations of law enforcement within the framework of the laws and principles of human rights, one of which is about the right not to be subject to discrimination that is clearly stated emphatically the 1945 Constitution. Since the New Order government many events in which gross violations of human rights, end, none of government after the subsequent obligations and the principles are right and proper. As a result, not only the Constitution is being violated, but the various problems of the past clot stuffed smooth movement towards the future of this nation.
Synthesis and Characterisation Of ZnO Nanoparticles Embedded in Glucose and PVA Matrix published in

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Gunjan Patwari, Ranjit Singha Zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles have been synthesised through chemical bath deposition(CBD) method using glucose and poly vinyl alcohol (PVA) respectively as capping agent. The XRD, HRTEM and UV-Visible characterisation techniques were employed. Taucs plot of PVA capped sample yield direct band gap of 5.72eV. Blue shifting observed in the absorption edge of the UV-Visible spectra confirms quantum confinement. Good crystallinity has been inferred from XRD spectra. In the XRD spectra of PVA capped sample of 0.5M molarity of nano ZnO synthesised at a temperature of 800 C. Crystallite size calculated using Scherrer formula was found to be of 2.08nm. HRTEM images show nanocrystals and quantum dots of ZnO.
SYSTEMATIC STUDY ON OBJECT DETECTION IN CLUTTERED ENVIRONMENT USING SIFT ALGORITHM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sonam Soni*, Dr. Raman Chadha, Aarti Soni Detection of objects in cluttered scenes is a basic challenge that has only recently been widely undertaken by computer vision systems. This paper proposes a novel method how to detect a particular object in cluttered scenes, given a reference image of the object. This paper presents an algorithm for detecting a specific object based on finding point correspondences between the reference and the target image. It can detect objects despite a scale change or in-plane rotation. It is also robust to small amount of out-of-plane rotation. The detailed procedures are implemented using MATLAB.
Effect of Nutrition Education Program on Anthropometric Measurements of Adolescent Girls (16-19 Years) published in

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Sneha Prakash Ambre, Dr Rupali Sengupta Nutritional problem in adolescent age is common throughout the India. Poor knowledge on nutrition among adolescent can lead to unhealthy eating practices leading to inappropriate anthropometric measurements and an unhealthy community. The purpose of this study was to assess anthropometric measurement through Nutrition Education Program (NEP) among adolescent girls. 300 adolescent girls were selected through purposive random sampling. The nutrition education was imparted through audio-visual aids for three months in college settings. Before and after imparting nutrition education, anthropometric measurements revealed that most of the samples were below normal standards when compared with ICMR standards.
Forensic Photography: A Review published in

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Martin Y*, Kumar MS Forensic Odontology requires the use of photography for either evidential or investigative purposes. Smith in 1970 said the photographer is expected to produce something which will convey to the eye of the viewer an accurate reproduction of the scene as it would appear if the viewer actually saw the scene. If the depictions are precise, the photographs will play a vital role and will be readily accepted as evidence. It is the assumption of dentists that only their counterparts who have specialised in forensic dentistry can contribute to the field. This misconception is an important reason for the limited contribution by dentists to the field of forensic science. This paper aims at explaining the role of a dental practitioner towards forensic photography, and how he/she could play a pivotal contribution towards forensic evidence.
PHYTOCHEMICAL, PROXIMATE PHARMACOGNOSTICANALYSES AND THIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY OF CHRYSOPHYLLUM ALBIDUM SEED published in

Ewemen Journal of Herbal Chemistry & Pharmacology Research (EJHCPR)

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*EGHAREVBA, Henry Omoregie; IBRAHIM, Jemilat Aliyu; NDUAGUBA, G. Alexander; KUNLE, Oluyemisi Folashade The seed of Chrysophyllum albidum has beenrecognized to be one of the numerous plant seed in Africa with ethnomedicinal value. It was successively extracted with hexane, ethyl acetate and methanol solvents using the soxhlet extractor. Phytochemical screening carried on the seed extracts showed the presence of steroids in the hexane and ethyl acetate extract, carbohydrates, saponins, steroids, tannins, alkaloids and flavonoids in the methanol extract, and alkaloids, flavonoids and anthraquinone water extract. Proximate analysis of C. albidum seed revealed 12% moisture content, 88% total solid, 1.8% total ash, and water and alcohol extractive value of 11.67 % and 7.08% respectively.Thin Layer Chromatography of the extracts using hexane/Ethyl acetate (9:1), hexane/Chloroform (2:8) and ethyl acetate/methanol (2:3) solvent system for the hexane, ethyl acetate and methanol extracts respectively revealed separation profiles of 4, 2 and 4 spots respectively on the TLC chromatograms. The result shows the rich phyto-constituents of the seed and its suggested suitability for nutritive feed formulation. The values obtained could also be used as reference to identify adulteration of the seed samples. Keywords: Chrysophyllum albidum, seed, phytochemical, proximate pharmacognosy, thin layer chromatography, medicinal plant.
PHOTOPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY ETHANOLIC EXTRACTS AND CREAM FORMULATION OF CAMELLIA SINENSIS AND AZADIRACHTA INDICA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Hamid A. K.*, Shafiyah S., Shariq B., Jiyauddin K., M. Kaleemullah, Samer A. D. and S. Budiasih Ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause many diseases such as erythema and skin cancer when exposed in excess. Thus, it is important to protect oneself from UV rays by application of sunscreen. However, several issues were found regarding sunscreen effectiveness in previous studies causing researchers to study on plants as alternative sunscreen. Camellia sinensis (Tea) and Azadirachtaindica (Neem) have shown potential for its individual photo-protective activity in previous study but no literature have been found for both plants working synergistically. Therefore, this research aims to evaluate the photoprotective activity of C. sinensis and A. indica cream formulations with ratio of 1:1. Both plants leaves underwent soxhlet extraction separately and concentrated using rotary evaporator. The concentrated extracts were tested for their individual and combination of both plants antioxidant and in-vitro sun protective factor (SPF) activity using spectrophotometer. Oil-in-Water (O/W) formulations were made from the extract in tea to neem with ratio of 1:0, 0:1 and 1:1 and its SPF activity were tested. The SPF activity of the neem cream showed the highest SPF value of 1.320.15, followed by combination of tea neem cream (1:1) with SPF value of 1.000.21 and tea cream with SPF value of 0.930.00. With the significance of 0.143 (p<0.05), this research concluded that there is no significant synergistic photo-protective activity between C. sinensis and A. indica cream formulations.
CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS: A HOMEOPATHIC REMEDY FOR CARDIAC AILMENT published in

Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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Syed Ehtaishamul Haque, Ravindra Kumar Verma, Vasim Khan, Sumit Sharma This review deals with homeopathic approach of treatment where focus is given to its principle, potency concept dosing pattern and symptomatic treatment. Special attention is given to a homeopathic drug Cactus grandiflorus. This review is a compilation of all therapeutic benefits of Cactus grandiflorus, giving more stress on cardioprotection.
HEAT TRANSFER ENHANCEMENT IN RECTANGULAR CHANNEL USING RECTANGLE WINGLET VORTEX GENERATOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
T.Lakshmana Kishore *1 , D.Rajesh 2 There are many applications in engineering industry that require heat addition or removal and a wide variety of heat exchange devices are used for different applications. Performance of improving coefficient of heat transfer becomes essential in all applications. Most of thermal devices like high temperature gas turbines, heat exchangers, electronic equipment, convective heat transfer plays a major role in most of the engineering applications. To attain higher coefficient of heat transfer, it is necessary that the surface of heat transfer flow is to be made turbulent. However, energy for producing such turbulence must come from the blower or fan and the maximum turbulence leads to excessive power requirement to make the air flow through the duct. Therefore, maximum turbulence must be produced in the region which is very near to surface of heat transfer i.e. in the laminar sub-layer only and this is done by using vortex generators. Vortex generator is responsible for creating the turbulence in the flow of fluid. The analysis is carried out to enhance the heat transfer coefficient with installing the rectangular winglet type of vortex generator in rectangular duct. These vortex generators are provided on bottom plate of the rectangular duct. These vortex generators cause stream wise longitudinal vortices in the test section which disrupt the growth of the thermal boundary layer and enhances heat transfer rate. Influence of geometrical parameter of rectangular winglet vortex generator such as winglet height, wings attack angle on heat transfer coefficient is studied. Air is taken as the working fluid; the flow regime is assumed to be laminar. By varying the above parameter, the heat transfer coefficient is calculated and by comparing all the result optimum height of rectangular winglet and attack angle is achieved
Erupted Complex Odontoma Mimicking a Mandibular Second Molar published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

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Almeida LE1*, Andrade MO2, de Oliveira Filho MA2, Trevilatto PC3, Doetzer AD3 Complex odontoma (CO) is considered one of the most common odontogenic lesions, composed by a miscellaneous of dental tissue such as enamel, dentin, pulp and sometimes cementum. They may interfere with the eruption of an associated tooth, being more prevalent in the posterior mandible. CO has been rarely reported as erupted, being considered an intraosseous lesion. This is a case report of a 17-year-old male with a benign fibro-osseous lesion consistent with CO that was located at the left second molar region, above the crown of the impacted mandibular second molar tooth. The lesion was surgically removed, and the tooth had to be extracted, since there was no indication that it could erupt naturally or with orthodontic traction. The histopathological examination confirmed the diagnosis of CO and after 6 months complete bone formation was observed radiographically. An early diagnosis will provide a better treatment option, avoiding tooth extraction or a more damaging surgery.
Nutrient Content, Phytonutrient Composition and Antioxidant Activity of Sapota Pulp Powder published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Rampriya. R, Vasantha Devi . K. P, Thahirabanu . A Sapota is one of the prominent fruits and belongs to family sapotaceae. India is the largest producer of sapota. In this present study, the proximate composition, and phytochemicals were analysed and antioxidant activity was determined for sapota pulp powder. Sapota fruit were collected from the KVK form, KVK Gandhigram. Sapota pulp was dried in a cabinet drier for a period of 12 hours at 75?C. The dried sapota pulp were powdered and used for the analysis. Results indicate that nutrient composition, phytochemical and antioxidant activity of sapota pulp powder was promosing. It is also a good source of antioxidants. These antioxidants are important in all of our diets, especially in infant diets. Thus sapota fruit can be used as a potent therapeutic agent
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ANTIMICROBIAL POTENTIAL OF BITTER AND NON BITTER LEAVES OF UNUSUAL AZADIRECTA INDICA published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Shirsat Shubhangi1*, Kadam Ambadas2 and Bagdiya Priyanka1 Medicinal plants are part of humans since the dawn of civilization. In recent years, multiple drug resistance has developed due to indiscriminate use of synthetic drugs. This force the need to screen medicinal plants for their novel compounds, as plants based drugs are biodegradable, harmless and with lesser side effects. We selected the Azadiracta indica plant from the locality of Hingoli district having both bitter and non bitter leaves on the same plant. The alcoholic and aqueous extracts of Azadiracta indica plant collected were evaluated for antimicrobial activity by Disc diffusion method different organisms. To determine inhibitory the inhibitory effect the activity of Azadiracta indica against different organisms was tested by serial broth dilution method and was expressed by minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC).
Studies on Fungal Contamination of Three Fish Species, Sold in Local Market of Nanded, Maharashtra. published in

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Dr. Dinesh D. Wanule, Dr. V. Jalander, Mr. Jayvardhan Vithalrao Balkhande Fishes are an important Source of nutrients and consumed as food since ancient time. In the present investigation all three fish species were contaminated by fourteen different fungal species. Oreochromis mossambicus fishes were found to be heavily contaminated fish with total 96 fungal colonies, belong to 12 different fungal species. The highest contamination was due to Cladosporium sp. with 33.33 % followed by Rhizoctina sp with 15.62%. Puntius sp of fishes were found to be contaminated fish with total 71 fungal colonies belong to 10 different fungal species. The highest contaminant was due to Aspergillus niger i.e. 29.57% followed by Rhizoctina sp with 28.16% fungal colonies, while Labeo rohita fishes were found to be least contaminated fish with 26 fungal colonies belong to 9 different fungal species in which highest contaminant was , A. niger with 19.23% followed by White sterile mycelium with 15.38%. .
Conceptualising Innovative Jobs as Propeller to a High-Income Economy Status for Mauritius published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. Betchoo Nirmal Kumar With the new year already stepping in Mauritius, this research paper aligns with the Mauritian government policy for Mauritius to attain a high-income economy status by 2030. To achieve this, the researcher posits that innovative jobs could be the propeller of the economy. There is a need to scorn off white-collar jobs that have so far been a hallmark for personal and social achievement in the Mauritian society. Todays complex socio-economic environment calls for innovation and change for success. In this perspective, this paper briefly describes the current dilemma of labour in Mauritius. It explains the need for graduates to be employable by considering flexible and adaptable employment possibilities. The paper concludes through scenarios like the creation of attractive jobs, the development of multi-skilled and polyvalent jobs, focused training and collaboration at work might frame a plausible case for the island-nations stepping into a high-income industrialised and digitalised economy. Dr. Betchoo Nirmal Kumar"Conceptualising Innovative Jobs as Propeller to a High-Income Economy Status for Mauritius" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8346.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/economics/development-economics/8346/conceptualising-innovative-jobs-as-propeller-to-a--high-income-economy-status-for-mauritius/dr-betchoo-nirmal-kumar
AN IMPROVED GGP BASED CLUSTER HEAD ROUTING FOR RECOVERING AND SENSING DATA AGGREGATION INTEGRITY IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.Sujana Banu, V.Vignesh, K.Banazeer? In earlier works several data aggregation schemas based methods have been proposed to overcome the problems of the privacy in wireless sensor networks. These methods provides efficient result to analysis of secure data with traditional aggregation because cluster heads can straightforwardly comprehensive the cipher texts not including decryption; accordingly, reduces the transmission overhead in wireless sensor networks. But still the data aggregation schema occurs two major problems in aggregation process; the major cluster head does not receive the entire data and cannot authenticate data truthfulness and dependability via between message digest. To conquer these problems in this work first proposed a Generalized Geometric programming method to select best cluster head or aggregation of the data by finding the shortest hop inter-CH routing. For this scheme, transmission overhead reduced and improve the coverage-time maximization is created as a signomial optimization difficulty with the purpose of is capably solved using Generalized Geometric Programming (GGP) techniques. The optimal cluster sizes of the individual data aggregation are achieved beginning this examination. Experimentation results show that the transmission overhead is still concentrated even if our approach is recoverable on common sensing data. Furthermore, the design has been widespread and adopt on together homogeneous and heterogeneous wireless sensor networks data aggregation schemas while using GGP clustering (or) cluster head routing selection.
Pernicious anemia and autoimmune polyendocrinopathy: a retrospective series published in

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Zulfiqar AbrarAhmad Introduction: The objective of the study is to investigate the role of pernicious anemia among autoimmune polyendocrinopathy. Methods: Retrospective and bi-centric study of 188 patients with pernicious anemia in order to search other autoimmune diseases and to evaluate the place of pernicious anemia in autoimmune polyendocrinopathy. Results and Discussion: 74 patients with a combination of pernicious anemia other autoimmune diseases were included in the study. Our series reveals the privileged association of pernicious anemia with autoimmune thyroiditis. The association pernicious anemia / autoimmune thyroiditis is a part of the autoimmune polyendocrinopathy type 3b. Conclusion: On a practical level, we suggest undertaking a systematic clinical and laboratory investigation in search of an autoimmune thyroiditis in patient (s) with the diagnosis of pernicious anemia.
A Study to assess the knowledge and attitude regarding adherence to Anti Retro Viral Therapy among people living with HIV/AIDS at ART centers of Pune city published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mrs. Rekha. R, Mrs. Kalpana. Sawane I assessed the knowledge and attitude regarding adherence to ART among people living with HIV/AIDS. Descriptive design was used. Structured questionnaires was administered. PLHIV who had been receiving Anti Retro Viral Therapy for three months. The level of ART adherence was calculated for each respondent. Results in total 60 PLHIV completed the questionnaires. The present findings showed that majority of the HIV positive individuals 36 (60%) taking ART were in the age group ranging between 31 years.Eighteen of the subjects (30%) were males and fourty two subjects (70%) were females in the present study.Thirty (50%) subjects were unemployed, nine subjects (15%) were self-employed, 16 (27%) subjects have taken farming , Five subjects (8%) were professionals. Majority of the subjects i.e. Fifty seven (95%) were married, one subjects (2%) were unmarried, Two subjects (3%) were divorced.Majority of the subjects i.e. forty three (72%) belonged to joint family, Fifteen subjects (25%) were from Nuclear family and Two subjects (3%) were living extended. In this study Five subjects (8%) were diagnosed to have HIV infection for less than a year. Twenty eight (47%) were diagnosed between 1-2 years. Fourteen subjects (23%) subjects were diagnosed for HIV within 3-4 years and Thirteen (22%) subjects were diagnosed for more than 5years.
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.
The complexity of the relationship between “dementia” and depression published in

Archives of Depression and Anxiety

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Michel Bourin* For a long time researchers and clinicians have been trying to clarify the possible existing relationships between Alzheimer’s disease and the depression in the elderly. This article tries to take stock of these complex links. It seems that often depression is clinically confused with apathy.
IJIRAE:: MOBILE ROBOTICS SOFTWARE REVIEWS published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
Dr. K.R. Prakash* Mr. Lakshmikantha K.S Mr. Rakesh M Ramya M.P Vinutha R. Nayaka Mobile robot are being used to solve many complex problems like bomb disposal, automated home cleaning, Elder care, material handing etc. Novice users entering in the areas of mobile robotics spend substantial time in building hardware's like wheels, drives, chassis, sensors, and their interface. iRobot create is one product which has many communication interfaces and ready to use built in sensors, wheels with encoders and rugged chassis, and can be controlled through codes from software's like real term, create.exe through communication interfaces. Standard script based coding makes the novice users directly get involved in solving real time problems. There are many software's through which iRobot create can be controlled, this paper explores few software's like Robot Operating System(ROS), Create.exe and realterm and lists their limitations and illustrate the steps involved in the control of the mobile robot. Feasibility of software's for navigation and / or artificial intelligence based application are reviewed and found that ROS is most suitable for deployment for such applications
Emerging Electronic Platforms Underpins Innovations and Competitiveness in Firms published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Anthonia Enefaa Bestman In the current knowledge-based era, the role of electronic platforms in boosting productivity and economic growth cannot be over-emphasized. Over the years, the operations of the Nigerian business sector were manual in nature. The advent of technology explosion however, had made the services faster and efficient. This paper therefore examines the roles of electronic platforms on service delivery in firms in Nigeria. This is with a view to making suggestions that can improve the productivity of the business sector in Nigeria. Electronic platforms have made impacts on the productivity of the bank. However, factors such as affordability of the Information Communications Technology ( ICT ) equipment, high installation and maintenance cost, cultural factors, capability factors, inadequate skilled manpower, network connectivity, cybercrime and response to ICT dynamism among others pose challenges to the applications of electronic platforms in firms. Electronic platforms are widely used by organizations to enhance enterprise competitiveness. This study provides an overview of the current state of affairs of the ICT adoption in private and public organizations in Nigeria. This study examines the factors that influence innovation and competiveness in Nigerias firms. This is done with a view to making appropriate strategic recommendations to enhance firm-level innovativeness so as to increase competitiveness in firms. This study examined the factors that influence innovation and competiveness in the indigenous Nigerias oil and gas servicing firms. This was done with a view to making appropriate strategic recommendations to enhance firm-level innovativeness so as to increase indigenous participation in the sub-sector. The findings of this research will provide a foundation for future research and will help policy makers in designing policies to further enhance usage and ICT adoption in firms in Nigeria. This is expected to improve productivity and competitiveness. This article discusses how electronic platforms affect innovation.
A NOVEL APPROACH TO BRAIN TUMOR DETECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
B. Shoban Babu *1 , S. Varadarajan An intracranial mass of abnormal cells in the brain that have grown out of control is referred to as brain tumor. Based on the type of tissue involved and the location of the tumor, brain tumors are classified as benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Brain tumor prognosis attributed lot of significance in successful treatment. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is proved to be a most accurate diagnostic tool for human soft tissue analysis. However brain tumor segmentation and classification is a cumbersome process, as magnetic resonance images are inherently noisy in nature. In this work Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifier is used to classify the MRI images as normal and abnormal (tumor). Features are extracted from the segmented images and the clustered to improve the SVM classifier accuracy. Statistical analysis is performed with 10 fold cross validation to find the robustness of the classifier. Experimental result shows 96.5 percent accuracy while testing with MRI brain tumor images from IMRI Volumetric Non-Rigid Registration-Dataset.
Study on Modelling of Site Quality Evaluation and Its Dynamic Update Technology for Plantation Forests published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
Yanrong Guo, Yanyun Han, Baoguo Wu and Yang Liu Differential site index models were constructed using both the algebraic difference approach (ADA) and the generalized algebraic difference approach (GADA) in this study to evaluate the site quality of forest land without the site index table. Data related to China fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata (Lamb.) Hook.) were selected to fit the differential site index models and then the optimal model was chosen. The optimal model was determined using an accuracy test and residual analysis, and then the dynamic update technique of the optimal model was studied by MATLAB and .NET. The results showed that Richards differential site index model (SI = 19.171 (Ht /19.171)ln(1-exp(-0.06720))/ln(1-exp(-0.067 At))) had the best prediction performance. The ADA and GADA could be used to evaluate site quality without the site index table and the differential site index model could provide prompt dynamic updates.
Cancer Scenario With Future Perspectives in Uttarakhand Region of India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Kanchan Karki, K. P. Singh, Upendra Kumar, Manindra Mohan Globally cancer is the major cause of morbidity and mortality. A progressive rise in the cancer pattern in several regions of Uttrakhand is a serious public health issue. The major risk factors for cancer are tobacco and alcohol abuse, changing life style and unhealthy diet. Therefore, a sound healthcare infrastructure is required to meet healthcare needs of the people in the state. The objective of this study is to systematically review presently available literature relevant to cancer scenario in Uttarakhand and to monitor trends in risk factors of cancer.
Fdi In Retail; An Opportunity for Small and Medium Entrepreneurs published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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VIDHUSEKHAR P Research paper explains Retail Business Management. An over view of global crisis is highlighted. Role of Retail entrepreneurs and Managers is explained. Paper focuses on price mechanism in unorganized retail business. It addresses ground reality and opportunity in e Business. Comparison and advantage of Organised and Unorganised Retail is made.
A Study of Clinical Profile of Fever Among Neutropenic Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Hally Karibasappa, Dr.Medhini Allum, Dr.Ramesh.K A descriptive case series study was carried out at a Tertiary care hospital to know the clinical profile of fever among neutropenic patients. Patients with these inclusion criteria attending this hospital during the study period were study subjects and patients who did not give their consent and seriously ill were excluded from the study. Totally 74 patients were considered for the study and it was observed the signs and symptoms related to Rerspiratory system was more common and Malignancies were major diagnosis among febrile patients with neutropenia.
THE CONTINUED INFLUENCE OF RETRACTED WITNESSTESTIMONY AT JURY TRIALS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Stephanie C. Black The number of legal systems in the Asia Pacific that conduct jury trials is growing. Although, there is evidence corroborating the suitability of jury trials for achieving justice, research also highlights problematic aspects. Eye witness testimony at jury trials, in particular, raises a number of potential issues which include the continuing influence of retracted witness testimony, potentially unsuitable interview techniques, insufficient differentiation between recall and recognition and potential juror prejudice. The problem of withdrawn testimony is considered in relation to the well-researched concept of the continued influence effect. Options for minimisation of the continued influence effect based on the event model concept are explored, for instance, by offering a coherent alternative explanation instead of a simple withdrawal of the testimony. Further discussion explores how concomitant factors affect the severity of the continuing influence of retracted testimony. One such factor is the potential for juror prejudice due to ethnic differences between the accused, witnesses, and jurors. The subject of juror prejudice is examined in the context of the intergroup contact hypothesis and research on indirect and vicarious intergroup contact. Moreover, options to improve the quality of testimonies and to avoid retractions in the first place are discussed. Several research-based recommendations are provided and possible actions are suggested for ameliorating the problems discussed. Keywords: Continued Influence, Jury Trials, Memory, Retraction, Testimony
A STUDY ON ROLE OF TRAINING IN CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND ATTITUDE ENHANCENENT OF EMPLOYEES AT MEENAKSHI HOSPITAL, THANJAVUR published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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C. Arun Adaikala Raj, Dr. Sathyapriya. J Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing particular job .?e training is to acquire new skill, technical knowledge, problem- solving, etc. Training improves the performance of employees on present jobs and prepares them for taking up new assignments in the future. Training also helps in the development of the employees. ?e main objective of the study is to measure the effectiveness of the training in the organization and its impact on employee job performance in the organization. For collecting the required primary data, a structured questionnaire, with multiple choice and close-ended questions was administered to 100 employees in the organization through the simple random sampling method. In this study percentage analysis and Chi-Square test were used to interpret the data collected. Based on the research findings the researcher offered suitable suggestions for improving the employee training and development in the organization.
A model for shear behavior of anchors in external shear walled frames published in

Research on Engineering Structures and Materials

Published by MIM Research Group
İffet Feyza Çırak, Hasan Kaplan, Salih Yılmaz, Özlem Çalışkan Değirmenci, Nihat Çetinkaya Retrofit of the existing seismically deficient buildings is a common need especially in earthquake prone regions. Chemical anchors are widely used to connect existing and newly added structural elements, such as shear walls. Therefore, modelling the behaviour of anchors which transfer axial and shear forces to the added members is important for design and analyses. There is no anchor model present in the current literature accounting shear behaviour. Therefore, a new model is established using results of a comprehensive experimental study conducted at Pamukkale University Earthquake and Construction Technology Research Laboratory. In this study, mentioned shear model is tested using two- story, one-bay RC frame specimens strengthened with external shear walls. In analyses of the models, SAP 2000 software is used and nonlinear shear behaviour of anchors is represented by NLLink elements. It is concluded that, suggested anchor shear model may be used for modelling external shear wall anchor behaviour.
ROLE OF E-LEARNING THROUGH INTERNET COLLABORATION FOR SKILLED INDIA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amardeep Gupta* This paper acquaints the readers with the use of Internet to promote learning through distance education for making India a skilled force. In India , radical change is required in the mode of teaching and learning to improve the the literacy rate and to reduce the cost and difficulty of learning.This change requires a revolution , which can be brought about by collaboration of Internet with the concept of Massive Open Online Courses(MOOC) . My paper focuses on the means, tools and appliances by the help of which education can be imparted to the distant learners.It is easy and convenient to find up to date curriculum , guidelines and framework on World Wide Web.These resources can be downloaded and manipulated electronically. Internet-based education is a form of distance education in which the course contents are delivered and the interactions are provided by the technologies and methodologies of the Internet. It is known as a media-rich, online environment that allows people to interact with others asynchronously or synchronously in collaborative environments. Moreover, the independent time and distance of the Internet allows learners to enroll in a course from anywhere in the world at any time.
One-Dimension Multi-Objective Bin Packing Problem using Memetic Algorithm? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Khushbu Patel, Mahesh Panchal Memetic Algorithm has been proven to be successful to find the nearest optimum solution to hard combinatorial optimization problems. In this paper, Memetic algorithm is designed for One-dimension Multi-Objective Bin Packing Problem. Memetic Algorithm is a combination of power of Genetic algorithm with the powerful local search technique to focus on the population of local optima. In this paper memetic algorithm is performing local search on each chromosome; it is guaranteed to give near to optimal solution than Genetic Algorithm.
CORROSION INHIBITION AND ADSORPTION POTENTIALS OF ETHANOL EXTRACTS OF PTEROCARPUS SOYAUXII Taub LEAVES FOR MILD STEEL IN ACIDIC MEDIUM published in

EWEMEN JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

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*ONUKWUBE N. D., OKORO O. A., NWACHUKWU I. Ethanol extract of Pterocarpus soyauxii Taub, a species of Pterocarpus in the family Fabaceae, was investigated using gravimetric and thermometric techniques with the aim of determining its inhibition and adsorption potentials in acidic medium, effect of temperature on the corrosion of mild steel, effect of different concentrations of ethanol extract of P. soyauxii on mild steel corrosion at different temperatures, establish the kinetic and thermodynamic parameters, propose the mechanism of corrosion inhibition of mild steel in H2SO4 as well as identify the functional groups in the extract. From the results, inhibition efficiency was found to increase with increase in concentration of the inhibitor. The presence of catenated carbon compounds with heteroatoms and π electron structures as revealed by the FTIR and GCMS studies are clear indication that P. soyauxii is a good inhibitor for the corrosion of mild steel. The adsorption behaviour of ethanol extract of P. soyauxii on the surface of mild steel was found to be consistent with exothermic and spontaneous processes and supported the mechanism of physical adsorption. Kinetic consideration revealed an increase in the half-life of mild steel in H2SO4 solution in the presence of the inhibitor, even as Langmuir adsorption isotherm was found to best suit the adsorption characteristics of the inhibitor on the surface of mild steel. Keywords: Pterocarpus soyauxii, adsorption, heteroatom, inhibition, catenated carbon
A Study on Medico-Legal Autopsy Cases with Regards to Various Study Variables, with Special Reference to Hepatitis-B SeroPositivity published in

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Dr. M. Balaji Singh, Dr. M. Babu, Dr. P. Subba Reddy, Dr. K. Bhaskar Reddy Background ; In the view of limited literature on mortuary based sero-epidemiological studies on viral infections, the present study is undertaken in order to understand the sero-prevalence of hepatitis B infection among medicolegal autopsy cases. The hepatitis-B virus is viable in blood, tissues, and body fluids for considerable periods after death of the infected person.The prevalence of hepatitis-B virus infection among medico-legal autopsy cases was higher than cases examined by general duty doctor, as they constitute higher percentage of people with high risk behavior, i.e. truckers, migrant labors, commercial sex workers, vagabonds, intravenous drug users. They are more prone to expose to infectious diseases as well as unexplained violent unnatural deaths. Objectives: To study the socio demographic profile of medico legal autopsy cases and to focus on sero-prevalence of HBV infection among them. Material and methods: Blood samples were collected from 193 cadavers before commencement of autopsy. Each sample was subjected to screening test for hepatitis-B surface antigen (HBsAg) by rapid test method. Test results were observed, analyzed with regards to various study variables like age, sex, occupation, mode of death etc. Results: In this study overall sero-prevalence of hepatitis-B infection was 2.59%among medico-legal autopsy cases. Among sero positive cases a clear male preponderance over female was noted. Most commonly affected age group was above 30 years.Sero prevalence of hepatitis B infection was more among high risk occupational groups.
Comparative analysis of antibacterial activity of two therapeutically active plants published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Varalakshmi S Traditionally, the leaf extracts of Achyranthes aspera and seed extracts of Calophyllum inophyllum are used in treating wounds and infectious diseases. Antibacterial activity of these plant extracts prepared in different solvents such as water, ethanol and hexane is assessed by disc diffusion method against 6 human pathogenic bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Enterbacter aerogens, and Salmonella typhi. All the extracts of both plants showed a wide range of bactericidal activity with the zone of inhibition ranging from 11mm to 17mm in diameter. Maximum inhibition was observed in hexane extracts of these plant parts. This study could boost up the optimism of the scientists about the future of phytomedicine.
GLASS ARMOUR ON THREAD ROCKS THE KITE FESTIVAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jignesh N. Parmar*, Limbesh B. Aal, Vishvesh R. Patel and Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen Kite festival is an awesome event in India during (Makar Sankranti) Uttarayan. Makar Sankranti is a Hindu festival celebrated in almost all parts of India and Nepal in a myriad of cultural forms. It is a harvest festival. It is the Hindi/Indo-Aryan languages name for Makara Sankranthi (still used in southern areas as the official name). Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Makara rashi (Capricorn) on its celestial path. The day is also believed to mark the arrival of spring in India and is a traditional. Makara Sankranti is a solar event making one of the few Indian festivals which fall on the same date in the Gregorian calendar every year: 14 January, with some exceptions when the festival is celebrated on 13 or 15 January. Kite fighting is a very popular game in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Japan, Korea, Nepal but if you want to cut the threads of other people, you need to put a special material called Manja. Manja (or manjha) is the abrasive string used for fighter kites in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Chile, India, Nepal and Pakistan. It is gummed, coloured and coated with powdered glass. In Brazil, the mix of glue and powered glass is called "cerol". The glass coated coloured threads tied with kites fly in open air and cuts another kites by this manja.
Emotional Stability and its Impact on Eating Disorder in Women : A Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Ajay Karkare, Sharda Purwar The objective of the present study is to determine the effect of neuroticism i.e. emotional stability/ instability on eating disorder in women. 1000 women (Ave. age 33.35 years) were selected across Indian territory i.e. from northern, eastern, central, western and southern states of India. The selected subjects were between the age range of 25 to 45 years. Random sampling method was used for selection of sample in the present study. Eating Disorder Inventory, prepared by Agashe and Karkare (2007) was used to collect data on eating disorer while Hindi version of Eysencks PEN inventory prepared by Menon et al. (1978) was used to assess neuroticism in selected subjects. Q1 and Q3 (i.e. percentile values at 25 and 75) statistical technique was used to divide cases into high, low and moderate level of neuroticism. Results showed that eating disorder in high neurotic women was found to be significantly higher as compared to low neurotic women. It was also observed that eating disorder in low neurotic women was significantly lower as compared to women with moderate level of neuroticism. On the basis of results it was concluded that neuroticism i.e. emotional stability may influence the development of eating disorder in women
Cyclic Fuzzy Neutrosopic Soft Group published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R.Nagarajan, S.Subramanian Neutrosophic soft set theory proposed by S.Broumi and F.Samarandach[14] has been regarded as an effective mathematical tool to deal with uncertainties. In this paper, we apply the concept of fuzzy neutrosophic soft set to group theory. The notion of fuzzy neutrosophic soft groups[FNSG] is introduced and their basic properties are presented. Union, intersection and difference operations of fuzzy neutrosophic soft groups are defined. Further we have defined cyclic fuzzy neutrosophic soft group[CFNSG] and studied some related properties with supporting proofs.
Ventricular Septal Rupture Complicating Acute Myocardial Infarction in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Nepal published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Laxman Dubey*, Ridhi Adhikari, Sogunuru Guruprasad and Gangapatnam Subramanyam Background: Ventricular septal rupture is a rare but fatal mechanical complication of acute myocardial infarction. Although the incidence has decreased, the mortality rate from ventricular septal rupture has remained extremely high. Objectives: The aim of this study was to assess the patient with acute myocardial infarction complicating with ventricular septal rupture and to identify the risk factors for ventricular septal rupture in a tertiary level hospital of Nepal. Patients and Methods: This is a retrospective analysis of 11 patients who were diagnosed as ventricular septal rupture complicating acute myocardial infarction in College of Medical Sciences & Teaching Hospital, Bharatpur, Nepal.
Mixed H2/H∞ Control of Continuous-time Singularly Perturbed System - State feedback computations published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
S A Akbar and A K Singh This study brings out the scheme for the design of mixed H2/H∞ based feedback controller for a continuous-time singularly perturbed system using state feedback computations. The mixed H2/H∞ control law was derived using auxiliary cost minimization approach and the feedback controller was formulated for a linear time invariant lower and higher order continuous-time singularly perturbed systems by solving iteratively coupled Riccati equations. The H∞-controller based on mixed sensitivity approach and the Linear Quadratic Gaussian (LQG) controller were derived for the same system. The time responses for unit step input and robustness properties such as Gain and Phase margin were studied by formulating mixed H2/H∞, H and LQG systems.
Defluoridation of Drinking Water Using Tamarind (Tamarindus Indica) Fruit Shell by Dip-In-Technique published in

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Anagha Agrawal, Shanmukha G, Manish K Aim:- The aim of the study is to examine and determine the potential application of tamarind fruit shell in its virgin form in removing fluoride ion from aqueous medium by dip in technique. Methodology:- Drinking water from two different places (Faridpur and C. B. Ganj) was collected and their fluoride concentration was checked. The tamarind fruit shell is cleaned with distilled water and then sun dried and ground to a fine powder. From each site 50 samples each of 100ml water were tested. Then dip-in-bags were made using cloth containing 25mg of this powder. These bags were then dipped in 100ml of each sample and kept overnight. Then the bags were removed and the fluoride concentration of the water was checked using SPADNS technique. Results:- The baseline fluoride concentration of the two drinking water samples were found to be 1.53ppm and 1.83ppm respectively. The mean fluoride concentration of water treated by tamarind fruit shell powder were found to be 0.76ppm (SD 0.3) and 0.91ppm (SD 0.4) respectively. Wilcoxon signed rank test showed the difference in the fluoride concentration of samples between pretest and posttest to be statistically significant at a p value <0.001. Conclusion:-The present study showed that the tamarind fruit shell in its natural form using dip-in-technique could be used as a potential biosorbing agent for the removal of fluoride ions from drinking water
The Study of Serum Complement C3, C4 and Immunoglobulin E IgE in Psoriasis Patients published in

Baghdad Science Journal

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

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Jay R. Galbraith This article extends Alfred Chandler's seminal ideas about strategy and organizational structure, and it predicts the next stage of organizational evolution. Chandler described the evolution of vertical integration and diversification strategies for which the functional and multidivisional structures are appropriate. He also explained how the dominant structure at any point in time is a concatenation or accumulation of all previous strategies and structures. I extend Chandler's ideas by describing how early "structures" became "organizations" (people, rewards, management processes, etc.) and by discussing the more recent strategies of international expansion and customer focus. International expansion leads to organizations of three dimensions: functions, business units, and countries. Customer-focused strategies lead to four-dimensional organizations currently found in global firms such as IBM, Nike, and Procter & Gamble. I argue that the next major dimension along which organizations will evolve is emerging in firms which are experimenting with the use of "Big Data."
A STUDY OF JOB SATISFACTION AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER IN RELATION TO THEIR MENTAL HEALTH published in

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Faizia Qamar, Dr. Jarrar Ahmad This study explored the effects of mental health on job satisfaction . A convenience sample of 500 school teachers, males and female from rural and urban private and government schools. The Job Satisfaction Scale by Meera Dixit and, Mental health check list by Pramod Kumar were used for data collection, while t-test, was used for statistical analysis. The results revealed that male and female primary teachers are almost similar on the measure of job satisfaction.. The results show that high mental health and low mental health primary school teachers are differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction.. The analysis also showed that high mental health male and high mental health female primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction. Further the results showed that low mental health male and low mental health female primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction. The results show that high mental health male and low mental health male primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction . Further the results showed that high mental health female and low mental health female primary school teachers are not differ significantly on the measure of job satisfaction
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
STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION OF INVESTMENT POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF TECHNOLOGICAL MODERNIZATION OF ECONOMY 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�
Tsetsiarynets Tat'iana, Chyzh Dmitrii Article is devoted to the analysis of macroeconomic indicators, for definition of investment opportunities of technological modernization of economy of the Republic of Belarus. Purpose: The analysis of structural transformations of investment policy of the Republic of Belarus from a position of carrying out technological modernization of economy. Methods – analytical, comparisons, tabular, graphic. Results of work: The analysis of transformation of investment policy in the context of technological modernization of economy is carried out, essential disproportions to storage sites and uses of reproduction investments, their technological structure are revealed. The structure and structure of sources of investments into fixed capital from a position of formation of a technological reserve are studied. The assessment of efficiency of use of innovative potential as major factor of technological development of economy is given. Conclusions: The main directions of improvement of investment policy of the state for the purpose of increase of technological capacity of the Republic of Belarus are revealed.
Central Retinal Artery Occlusion during Cisplatin and Etoposide Chemotherapy for Small Cell Lung Cancer published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Kitamura Y1, Oshitari T1*, Kato F1, Sakurai M1, Baba T1, Tawada A1, Shirato S1, Takiguchi Y2, Sekine I2, Iwasawa S2, Kurimoto R2, Yoshino I3, Yamamoto S1 We present our findings in a case of central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO) that developed in a patient while being treated with intravenous cisplatin (CDDP) and etoposide (VP16) for small cell lung cancer. The patient was a 67-year-old woman who had lung lobectomy for small cell lung cancer. She began adjuvant chemotherapy with CDDP and VP16 after the surgery, and after 13 days of chemotherapy, she developed a sudden painless decrease of vision in her left eye. She was referred to Department of Ophthalmology, and our examination found that her decimal visual acuities were 1.0 OD and light perception OS. Fluorescein angiography showed a CRAO in her left eye. Two months later, she had a sharp pain in the left eye because of neovascular glaucoma, and cyclophotocoagulation was immediately performed. Although her visual function did not recover completely (light perception OS), the pain was alleviated after the cyclophotocoagulation. Physical examinations showed no additional abnormalities of the cardiovascular system. Although a CRAO during chemotherapy is extremely rare, ophthalmologists and internists should remember that a CRAO can develop in patients undergoing combined chemotherapy even though other cardiovascular events may not be present.
INVESTING ACTIVITIES OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN AND FACTORS SHAPES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Santay Azizbekovna Tleubayeva; Sagynkul Zhuanyshovna Pralieva; Tatyana Fursova; Aigul Makulbekkyzy Bakirbekova; Viktoriya Dmitrievna Zabolotnikova Describes the main factors that contribute to high-quality measurement of risks and methods of investment activity in the global crisis. It is shown how structural imbalances in the economy were the main obstacle improving investment activity. The authors approach to the explanation of the reasons for the failure of the investment activity in the manufacturing sector of the economy and the development of new strategies for improving investment activity. The necessity of conducting a comprehensive study of the existing system of protection of the interests of unskilled (retail) investors in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Effect of different levels of potassium on yield, quality, available nutrient and uptake of blackgram published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.P. KURHADE*, H.N. SETHI1 AND R.S. ZADODE A field experiment was conducted on PKVU-15 blackgram during the Kharif season of 2013 at Pulse Research Unit, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola to study the effect of potassium on yield, quality, available nutrient status and its uptake of blackgram. Yield quality, nutrient status and its uptake of blackgram were significantly increased due to increased level of potassium fertilizer. RDF + 40 kg K2O ha-1 significantly improved the quality of seed, available nutrient status and nutrient uptake of blackgram over the application of RDF only. Treatment RDF + 40 kg K2O ha-1 was at par with RDF + 30 kg K2O ha-1 and RDF + 20 kg K2O ha-1, treatment RDF + Foliar spray of KCl 1.5 per cent (at flowering and 10-15 days after flowering) significantly improved the quality of blackgram and nutrient uptake over the application of RDF (20:40 N:P kg ha-1) only. This treatment was at par with soil applied RDF+ 20 kg K2O ha-1.
Towards Building Energy Efficiency for Developing Countries published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
Usman Aminu Umar, Mohd Faris Khamidi, Suleiman Aliyu Shika and Umar Musa Buildings account for 42 percent of world energy consumption, therefore the rising trend of making buildings more energy efficient is smart business with assists to make local market jobs and added benefits to the environment, even though the main inspiration for energy efficiency initiatives always been energy cost savings, government incentives and improved public image were important. Increasing energy efficiency through measures such as building efficiency has the possibilities to gradual the development of energy demand in developing nations around the world by more than fifty percent by 2020. Building efficiency codes and standards are regulatory instruments that need a minimum amount of energy efficiency in buildings, appliances, equipment or lighting when they are properly designed, they might cost-effectively lower energy costs over each and every item's lifetime. Energy efficiency improvement targets are aims which can be established for a country or town. Setting a targeted for the whole geography can stimulate greater measures particularly if there is an organization accountable for achieving that target. Furthermore, governments can set efficiency enhancement goals for publicly owned properties to develop capacity and promote the building efficiency industry. This study reveals an overview of the development and present scenario of BEE summarizes its key issues, and proposed measures of improvement and options to enhance the building energy efficiencies systems for sustainable natural environment.
Ant Diversity In Three Selected Localities of Thanjavur and Cuddalore Districts of Tamilnadu published in

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S.Gokulakrishnan, N.Ramakrishnan, J.Roopavathy A study tried to explore the distribution of ants in Reverine area, Cultivable lands and Industrial locatlities around Thanjavur and Cuddalore district. In this area, twenty one species of ants in fourteen genera were identified. These ant species belong to six Subfamilies; Ponerinae, Dorylinae, Pseudomymicinae, Myrmicinae, Formicinae and Dolichoderinae. The dominant genus was Camponoptus and Tetraponera. Among these three habitats, the similarity of ant species was highest between Riverine area and cultivable land. The dominance in Riverine area and cultivated area indicated that the genera Camponotus is most adapted genera in Riverine area and Cultivated area.
Bank Credit Risk: Evidence from Tunisia using Bayesian Networks published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Mohamed Wajdi Triki Younes Boujelbene In this article, a problem of measurement of credit risk in bank is studied. The approach suggested to solve it uses a Bayesian networks. After the data-gathering characterizing of the customers requiring of the loans, this approach consists initially with the samples collected, then the setting in works about it of various network architectures and combinations of functions of activation and training and comparison between the results got and the results of the current methods used. To address this problem we will try to create a graph that will be used to develop our credit scoring using Bayesian networks as a method. After, we will bring out the variables that affect the credit worthiness of the beneficiaries of credit. Therefore this article will be divided so the first part is the theoretical side of the key variables that affect the rate of reimbursement and the second part a description of the variables, the research methodology and the main results. The findings of this paper serve to provide an effective decision support system for banks to detect and alleviate the rate of bad borrowers through the use of a Bayesian Network model. This paper contributes to the existing literature on customers’ default payment and risk associated to allocating loans.
Studies on in Vitro Antifungal Activity of Berberis Aristata Against Phytopathogenic Fungi published in

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Neetu Thakur, Bansuli Shama Plant extracts are being used to control the diseases since last several years. Extracts of the various plant parts like stem, root, leaves, fruit and seed are found to be effective against fruit pathogenic fungi. The in vitro studies have been performed by using agar well diffusion method to examine the antifungal activity of Berberis aristata. Both aqueous and alcoholic extracts of Berberis aristata were screened against phytopathogenic fungi viz. Alternaria alternata, Aspergillus flavus and Moucor rouxii. The aqueous extracts recorded effective antifungal activity against Alternaria alternata and Aspergillus flavus. These plant extracts can possibly be exploited in the management of fruit pathogenic fungi to prevent biodeterioration of fruits in an eco-friendly way
A review Sylvia Plath Effect - An Indian Scenario published in

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Bhumika N Solanki Since long time people have been correlating creativity with mental illness. The evidences and incidences are also found that supports their correlation. This susceptibility of creative peoples, especially writers and poets to suffer from mental illness has been termed as Sylvia Plath effect on the name of famous American poet Sylvia Plath. From the cases encountered and survey done till date, it has been found that among writers and poets, female poets were more likely to be mentally ill than other creative females, such as politicians, actresses, and artists. This correlation between creative expressions of writers and their emotional disturbances is seen as an insightful work of literature. As far as Indian perspective of Sylvia Plath effect is concerned, few examples are found that goes in accordance, however, the overall occurrence of effect is not that much prominent. However, many studies have demonstrated that creative writers are prone to suffer from mental illness; this relationship has not been examined in depth and the area is quite open for future research and discussions.
TUNTUTAN HAK DALAM PERSIDANGAN PERKARA PERDATA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Rahadi Wasi Bintoro Procedure of private law in Indonesia have experiencing of some growths, for the example is the mechanism of suing which it's not arranged in Het Herzeine Indonesich Reglement, such as class action, legal standing, citizen lawsuit or actio popularis. This article is study to the difference characteristic of suing in procedure of private law in Indonesia. Pursuant to analysis result, the mechanism of ordinary suing is the mechanism suing by the plaintiff to the sued as effect of contempt of court or break a promise which it have generated loss to plaintiff. Class action is the mechanism of suing by numerous plaintiff which it raised by class representative, that representing his own and his group member, with demand in the form of indemnation. Suing of non government organization (NGO) or legal standing is the mechanism of proffering suing by NGO as collision effect or existence of contempt of court which done by the people which arranged in statues. Citizen lawsuit or actio popularis is a suing that raised by citizen to state, as effect of existence of contempt of court, in the form of neglected the civil rights. Its purpose is formed the law order immediately. Keyword: suing, private dispute, plaintiff, sued
DE - DUPLICATION WITH ENHANCED RELIABILITY AND SECURE AUDITING IN CLOUD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vinayak Borwal*, Akshay Janrao As the distributed computing innovation creates amid the most recent decade, outsourcing information to cloud administration for capacity turns into an alluring pattern, which benefits in saving endeavors on overwhelming information upkeep and administratio n, In any case, subsequent to the outsourced distributed storage is not completely reliable, it raises security worries on the best way to acknowledge information de - duplication in cloud while accomplishing honesty inspecting. In this work, we concentrate on the issue of respectability reviewing and secure de - duplication on cloud information. Specifically, going for accomplishing both information respectability and de - duplication in cloud, we propose two protected frameworks, in particular Sec - Cloud and Sec - Cloud+. Sec - Cloud presents a reviewing substance with upkeep of a Map Reduce cloud, which helps customers produce information labels before transferring and in addition review the honesty of information having been put away in cloud. Contrasted and past wo rk, the calculation by client in Sec - Cloud is incredibly decreased amid the file transferring and examining stages. Sec - Cloud+ is planned persuaded by the way that clients constantly need to scramble their information before transferring, and empowers hones ty evaluating and secure de - duplication on encoded information. Energy consumption and internet bandwidth reduced by using de - duplication because it can reduce large amount of data and also speed of data de - duplication. By eliminating the duplicate data we can serve internet bandwidth and also cost of storage gets reduced, improve the quality of searching and also helps to reduce the heavy load on the remote server. Hash value is going to use for each value then it is checked whether there is redundant valu e is present for the files which are uploaded on to the cloud. There are two types of duplication first is file level, in file level duplication hash value of two files is checked and if value is same that means content present in the files are same and on ly one file will get stored on to the cloud and next is block level, file is divided into multiple blocks and hash value of each block is check ed for examining de - duplication .
Empowerment of Dalits through Vocational Education and Training published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
D. K. Parmar, Dr. S. K. Dave, Dr. A. K. Jain Human resources are an essential means for achieving economic and social development goals of a nation. Capacity building of human competencies is very important in HRD processes. Capacity-building strategies through education are a critical element of community and individual empowerment. Dalits till today face an overabundance of problems in India. One possible way of improving the situation of Dalits is through economic empowerment. This could be possible through various ways; one reliable method is vocational education and training. In India, the youth either achieve higher academic education or compelled to leave school at an early stage of education and added to the masses of unskilled workers. Only few of this small number of people selects an option between these two boundaries and joins a vocational education institution. Only 5% of the Indian labour force in the 20-24 age group receives formal vocational training; this rate is very less compared with developing countries. In industrialized countries, this indicator ranges between 60 and 90% (Singapore, UK, South Koriya). In the present scenario in India most of workers continue to learn trades on the job from Context often low-literate and low-skilled ability people. Because of this system in India they adds to masses of lower qualified people and many overqualified professionals whose knowledge is of little utility in the market. Well qualified practitioners are missing. The government of India also recognized this problem and tried to focus more on vocational education and training since the late 1970s. However, progress is slow. This paper is based on information/data provided by Five Year plan documents, Reports of Government committees/commissions, organizational surveys and individual researches.
Rationality Behind Acharya Sushrutas Approach Towards Therapeutic Agnikarma published in

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Dr.Hanumanth M. Bagi, Dr.Pradeep S.Shinde Agnikarma is an important parasurgical measure extensively practiced in Ayurveda. It is a simple, ambulatory, minimal invasive and day care procedure. It can be utilized as a preventive, curative and haemostatic measure for systemic and surgical diseases. The common clinical conditions like External piles, Sentinel piles, Corn, Warts, Moles, Sciatica, Osteoarthritis, Frozen Shoulder and Calcaneum Spur can be treated effectively by Agnikarma. Agnikarma is considered as superior among anushastra karmas and its mainly indicated in Ruja pradhana, Vata and Kaphaja vyadhi. For Agnikarma procedure various dahanopakaranas(devices) are mentioned they are Pippali(piper longum), Ajashakruth(faecal matter of goat), Godanta(Teeth of cow ), Shara(Arrow ), Shalaka(Rod) for Twakdagdha(Skin burn), Jambaustha(A wick shaped instrument made up of stone), other metallic instruments for Mamsadagdha(Muscle burn ), And kshoudra(Honey), guda(Jaggary ) and sneha(untous material) are used in the pain management of gambhir dhatu (deeper tissues)like sira(vessels), snayu(ligaments and tendons), sandhi(joints) and asthi(bones). But in day today practice commonly used Agnikarma instruments are Pancha Dhatu Shalaka, needles(suchi agnikarma) used for transferring the heat and different cautery probes of Thermal Cautery Machine for the purpose of Agnikarma irrespective of the structure involved or level of the pathology. But concept of acharya Sushruta was to transfer heat from skin to deeper structures irrespective of Dhatu involed in the disease. Hence an attempt is made in this present study individual Dahanopakaranas were assessed for their thermal stability & the rationality of their specific indication
EVALUATION OF GRANULAR MATERIAL QUALITY ACCORDING TO CURRENT SPECIFICATIONS FOR GRANULAR BASES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
M.E. Montes-Arvizu, O. Chávez Alegría*, S.A. Zamora Castro Establishing the quality methods and specifications for the granular material of the granular base is a topic of interest and concern to societies. However, it is common to find in many regions that quality specifications are obsolete, do not present the current level of knowledge about the characterization of granular material and reject the use of some materials for not meeting their requirements. The objective of this investigation is to evaluate consistency and compliance of different granular material properties with respect to current standards of granular base of pavement, by means of the standard deviation and Percent within Limits (PWL) respectively. The quality requirements analyzed are the percentage of elongated and slab particles, sand equivalent value, liquid limit, plasticity index, resistance to abrasion and California Bearing Ratio (CBR) index. The results showed that the granular materials do not satisfactorily meet the requirements of the standards as well as the properties of the materials are inconsistent. This suggests that the current requirements for bases probably need to be restructured to obtain a higher compliance for materials that present geotechnical conditions similar to those evaluated in this research, under scientific support and without compromising the stability and functionality of the base.
Possibilities and Difficulties in Documenting Oral Literature with Reference to Vaai Pattu By Kunnam Kulam Kunjalavi published in

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V. S. Shinu Asmy, Dr. P. Nagaraj -
DESIGN ANALYSIS OF CONNECTING ROD FOR WEIGHT REDUCTION IN CASE OF A CI ENGINE – A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nilam P. Patil *1 , Pundlik N. Patil 2 , Raghunath Y. Pati Now a days internal combustion engines has a wide application in automobile and in different engineering field. Connecting rod is one of the important driving parts of the petrol and diesel engine. In this study we will discuss the detail review on the design analysis of the connecting rod for stresses produced under loading and suggest weight reduction opportunities. The function of the connecting rod is to transmit the piston thrust to the crankshaft. Therefore, connecting rod should capable to transmit different stresses caused by thrust and pull on the piston, it must be very strong, rigid and as light as possible. As per the literature survey it is observed that in many cases weight reduction of connecting rod was obtained by removing materials from certain regions. The widely used materials in connecting rod manufacturing are carbon steel, cast iron, wrought steel or powder metal etc. So there is a scope to try other materials like Titanium alloy, carbon fibre, aluminium alloy, glass fibre etc to produce light weight alternative. As these are light in weight, mass of the part will reduce. Therefore we can optimise the connecting rod for weight reduction with the use of such materials.
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...
Presentation of human emotional states in the external advertisement published in

Psycholinguistics

Published by Psycholinguistics
Borodulkina T. O., Mezhynska H. V. The article presents the main results of the study of human emotional states representation in the outdoor Ukrainian advertising, which we consider as the element of vital space of a man and a city. Keywords: the outdoor advertising; the imaginative channel of advertisement; image of the person; emotional states; vital space of the person and of the city; psychosemantic space.
EMERGENCE OF SENSITIVITY OF CO-TRIMOXAZOLE IN URINARY TRACT INFECTION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Dinesh Kumar Jain*, Dr. RajKumar Arya, Dr. K.P.Ranjan, Dr. Neelima Ranjan Antibiotic cycling is a process of planned antibiotic restriction, which improves antibiotic effectiveness. Limited use of co-trimoxazole in clinical practice is responsible for increased effectiveness of cotrimoxazole in Escherichia coli and Klebseilla spp in urinary tract infections. The retrospective study supports this concept. This study concludes that sensitivity of Escherichia coli and Klebseilla spp to cotrimoxazole has been increased.
THE DIFFERENCE OF FATIGUE LEVEL AMONG MORNING, AFTERNOON AND NIGHT SHIFT WORK ON WORKER OF STEVEDORING IN TENAU KUPANG PORT published in

JURNAL INFO KESEHATAN

Published by Poltekkes Kemenkes Kupang
OLGA MARIANA DUKABAIN Fatigue is a common occur on labor. All types of work will result in fatigue of working. Fatigue while working will degrade performance and increase the error rate of work. Increasing of the error in work will provide possibility of work accident in an industry that may impact on workers' disability even the most fatal is death. Factor of shift work, workload, physical environment such as temperature, humidity, lighting and noise can lead to fatigue in workers. This study aimed to find out the fatigue rate differentials shift work in morning, afternoon, and evening on Labor of Stevedoring in Tenau Kupang Port. This type of research was survey observational with Cross sectional approach, and the number of samples is 89 respondents consisting of 37 people in the morning shift, 24 people in the aternoon shift and 28 people in night shift. Sample were taken with purposive sampling. Collection data were done by interviewing respondent, measuring factors of physical environment (temperature, humidity), measurement of workload before and after work. Then research data were analyzed univariat and bivariat with statistical tests product moment correlation and test the difference by using one way anova and kruskal-wallis. The results of this studi an average level of fatigue after working was 450,91 ms (medium), in the morning shift consisting of 468,04 ms (medium), the afternoon shift consisting of 449,47 ms (medium). Analysis result of workload, temperature, humidity is known that workload have a significant relationship with fatigue by analysis product moment (P=0,001,CI=95 %). The test results one way anova obtained that there is significant differences in temperature, humidity, between work shift in morning, noon and night (P=0,000), there is significant differences in level of fatigue before and after work (P=0,001), there is significant differences in fatigue between work shift in morning, noon and night (P=0,013). Concluded that there is a meaningful relation between work load with fatigue, temperatue and humidity with fatigue and there are difference in levels of fatigue between work shift in morning, noon and night in Tenau Kupang Port.
RELATION OF EXPOSURE TO COAL DUST, CRYSTALLINE SILICA AND PNEUMOCONIOSIS IN WORKERS OF UNDERGROUND COALMINES, CUNDINAMARCA, 2014. published in

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Cristian Duvan Hernandez Rodriguez, Milciades Ibanez Pinilla, Marcela Varona Uribe Objective: To determine the level of risk of exposure to breathable coal dust and crystalline silica and prevalence of pneumoconiosis in workers in underground mines of the department of Cundinamarca. Methods: A cross-sectional study in groups of similar exposure (GSE) in selected mines, the sample size was comprised of 11 companies and 215 workers where environmental sampling was performed to measure levels of coal dust and crystalline silica. Results: The average age of the evaluated group was 469,5 years with predominance in the age group of 40-49 years male, a statistically significant association with coal dust (p = 0.050) was found. No significant association with crystalline silica (p = 0.537) was found. The multivariate logistic regression model showed that variables together explain the appearance of pneumoconiosis in miners tunnel were small business size (OR = 2,67, IC 95%:1.07, 6.66, p = 0.04) risk level scale low carbon (OR=10.4, IC 95%:1.50, 71.41, p = 0, 02) age greater than or equal to 30 years (OR = 7,186, IC 95%:2.98, 17.29,p = 0.001) and smoking for more than one year (OR = 4,437, IC 95%:2.06, 9.55,p = 0.001) Conclusion:Medium level risk of exposure to coal is related with prevalence of pneumoconiosis and additional factors such as medium company size, experience equal or larger than 30 years, and tobacco use for more than one year for workers of underground mines in Cundinamarca. No significant association was found for crystalline silica
PHARMACOGNOSTICAL AND PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON DESMODIUM GYRANS DC. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Gopalakrishnan*1, R. Rajameena2 Desmodium gyrans DC (Fam. Fabaceae) is commonly known as Thozhukanni in Tamil Namaskari in Sanskrit. Traditionally Desmodium gyrans DC is used as antidote, cardiac-tonic and wound healing drug. In order to ensure the use of genuine and authentic material in the preparation of herbal formulations, pharmacognostical and phytochemical methods of standardization of the plant has been carried out in the present work. Microscopic, powder microscopic and physico-chemical characters of D. gyrans has been carried out. Preliminary phytochemical analysis and thin layer chromatographic studies have been performed on the various extracts of the leaves of D. gyrans. All these pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies can be used as a diagnostic tool for the correct identification of the plant and also to test adulteration if any.
Dharma dan Adharma Dialogue Between The Pandawa and Wirata Figures in Kicaka Geguritan Text published in

International Journal of Interreligious and Intercultural Studies (IJIIS)

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I Made Suastika, Luh Putu Puspawati The epic tale of Mahabharata in the Old Javanese language contains various values, several of which are conveyed through its figures especially Pandawa and Korawa. The value of dharma is addressed through Pandawa who always has a quality of being good, honest, and courageous, with courteous behavior in speaking and actions. The Korawa figure more dominantly expresses adharma such as being less praiseworthy, coarse, with an evil disposition, wanting to dominate and get rid of his brothers on the Pandawa side, moreover even not hesitating to wish to kill them. The Kicaka Geguritan text in the Balinese language, from the Wirataparwa section of the Mahabharata, often reveals the value of dharma and adharma through the figures of Pandawa and from the Wirata kingdom. The author of the Kicaka Geguritan has a dialogue about these values when the figure of Pandawa is in a condition of suffering and alienates himself from the Wirata kingdom. In that episode, Pandawa receives less praiseworthy treatment and is hegemonized by the figures from the kingdom. Through the figure of Yudistira and others the teachings of dharma, also known as darma sadu, are expressed in their thought, speech, and action when dealing with other figures. Therefore, this paper will present the qualities of dharma and adharma as manifested by the figures in the Kicaka Geguritan while also showing that sasuluh awareness of dharma is conveyed through reading geguritan texts in Bali.
The effect of hand weeding and planting density on the yield, essential oil content and some morphological properties of peppermint (MenthaPiperitaL.) in Hamadan published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
M. RAOOFI AND S. GITI The effect of hand weeding and different densities of planting was investigated on the yield, essential oil content and some morphological properties of peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) in which a factorial experiment was carried out based on a completely randomized block design with three replications in two harvest in Hamadan region and in two cropping seasons of 2012 and 2013. The experimental factors include weed control in two levels (hand weeding and non-hand weeding), and plant density on four levels (6, 10, 14 and 18 plants m-2). The identified weeds in the field, include Sorgum halepense, Convolvulus arvensis, Avena ludoviciana, Solanum nigrum, Mallow, Plantago major and Chenopodium album L. The results of both harvests showed that the presence of weeds led to a qualitative and quantitative reduction of peppermint. Peppermint had more favorable growth in the first harvest than the second one, so that this plant provided the maximum essential oil yield and wet/dry yield in the first harvest. The hand weeding increased wet weight, dry weight, yield of the essential oil, leaf area and green cover percentage; the increased density had a significant effect on wet/dry weight gain, essential oil yield and green cover percentage, so that maximum yield of the mentioned items was obtained in densities of 18 plants m-2. The results showed that the adequate density of plants is required due to increase the quantity and quality of peppermint as a medicinal plant.
DETECTION OF COMPUTER VIRUSES USING WELM_ FMA_FBFO published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ankur Singh Bist* Computer viruses are big threat for our society .The expansion of various new viruses of varying forms make the prevention quite tuff. Here we proposed WELM_FMA_FBFO to detect computer viruses. The proposed method efficiently detects static and nature changing viruses.
DESIGN OF AN EFFICIENT GEAR DRIVEN BICYCLE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
K. Rajasuthan*, G. Balaji, M. Palpandi In our project bicycle is driven with a series of spur gears which will increase the speed of bicycle and also the bicycles becomes more efficient than a conventional sprocket driven bicycle. Spur gears are used in series to transmit power from the pedal to the rear wheel of the bicycle. This bicycle enables us to put less effort for pedaling. For a very low input effort, we can get maximum output. Distance covered by this gear driven bicycle f or few minutes of pedaling will also be 3 - 4 times more than that of the ordinary sprocket driven bicycle.
Taxation Laws of India - An Overview and Fiscal Analysis 2013-14 published in

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CA Hemraj Kumawat In the modern era Taxes play an important role in Indian Economy. Government has to play an important role in economic development. Government has not only perform its traditional function(Defence, Infrastructure,law and order)but also to undertake welfare and development activities such as health education sanitation rural development water supply etc. It has also to pay for its own administration. All of these function require huge public finance. Taxes constitute the main sources of public finance . The Taxation Structure of the country can play a very important role in the working of our economy. Some time back the emphasis was on higher rates of Tax and more incentives. But recently, the emphasis has shifted to Decrease in rates of taxes and withdrawal of incentives. While designing the Taxation structure it has to be seen that it is in conformity with our economic and social objectives. It should not impair the incentives to personal savings and investment flow and on the other hand it should not result into decrease in revenue for the State.
Study of Bone Marrow Aspiration Examination In Thrombocytopenic Patients published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Jyoti P. Sapre,Meeta N. Nanavati,Jitendra H. Parikh Aims: To evaluate the role of bone marrow examination in various cases of thrombocytopenia. Settings and Design: Prospective study done at department of Pathology, BJ Medical College, Civil Hospital, Ahmedabad from June 2007 to August 2009. Methods and Material: 100 patients of all age groups admitted in Civil Hospital, with haematological diagnosis of thrombocytopenia (<100 x 106/L) on peripheral smear were included in the study. Bone marrow aspiration examination was done in all the cases. Results and Conclusions: 70% patients had moderate thrombocytopenia (30-100 x 106/l) and 30% had severe thrombocytopenia (<30 x 106/L). Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (50%) was the commonest cause of thrombocytopenia. Other causes were acute leukemias (18%), megaloblastic anaemia (16%), bone marrow suppression (10%) and drug induced thrombocytopenia (6%). The age group studied was from 3-60 years with 80% of the patients having bleeding as chief complaint in the form of petechiae, ecchymosis and epistaxis. The bone marrow cellurality was hypocellular in 24%, hypercellular in 44% and normocellular in 32%.
Real time Processor for the Authentication of Affected Herbal Medicinal Leaves Using Image Processing Techniques- Review published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHWETA SACHAN AND SUKHMINDER KAUR Elderly abuse is a widespread and serious universal problem. It is not limited to any one gender, religion, culture or income group but may occur in many different settings, including private homes, residential care settings and hospitals. The abuse, neglect and mistreatment of elderly cause a range of longterm physical and psychological health problems. With the rapidly increasing number of aged compounded by disintegration of joint families and ever increasing influence of modernization and new life styles, the care of elderly has emerged as an important issue in India. Providing care for the aged has never been a problem in India where a value- based joint family system was dominant. However, with a growing trend towards nuclear family set-up, the vulnerability of elderly is considerably increasing. The paper highlights an overview of elderly abuse and neglect in India.
Retrospective Study of Serum LDH in Megaloblastic Anemia published in

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DR. B. P. GORE,DR. GAJANAN KURUNDKAR,DR. SHREEPAD BHAT Megaloblastic anemia is characterised by decreased hemoglobin level with elevated Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)1,2. Deficiency of vitamins B12 and/ or Folic acid leads to impaired DNA synthesis leading to ineffective erythropoiesis and intramedullary haemolysis in patients of megaloblastic anemia. This leads to increased unconjugated bilirubin, serum LDH (Lactate Dehydrogenase) and some degree of cytopenia.2,3,4 Aims & Objectives: To study level of serum LDH in cases of megaloblastic anemia. Material and methods: This is a retrospective observational study. The study was conducted on patients admitted in Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College & General hospital, Pune during the period of 1 July 2013 to 10 December 2014. The medical records of 340 patients of anemia were reviewed and 42 cases of Megaloblastic anemia were selected for study. Patients diagnosed as megaloblastic anemia with Hb ? 9 gm% & MCV ? 100 fl whose serum LDH level was measured were selected for the study. This study was aimed to assess the role of serum LDH in diagnosis of megaloblastic anemia. Conclusion: In this study, serum LDH level was significantly elevated in patients of megaloblastic anemia. Thus serum LDH level may have an important role in diagnosis of megaloblastic anemia.
INDICATRICES OF NULL CURVES IN L3 published in

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Zafer Sanl?, Yusuf Yayl? In this paper, we investigate curvature and torsion of indicatrices of null Cartan curves in Lorentz-Minkowski 3-space L3 andgive some result on these functions.
Experimental Investigation of Waste Foundry Sand on Strength Properties of Plain Concrete and Comparison With Binary Blended Concrete published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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A. Nithin Kumar, S. Surender, K. Premchand An acute shortage of river sand which is generally used as a fine aggregate in concrete has been affecting the construction sector. The scarcity has led to the skyrocketing price of sand, escalating construction costs. The situation has dashed the dreams of many in the lower- and middle-income groups to own a house. There were studies about the depletion of river sand and the need for scientific management and exploitation of the available resource. Following the shortage of river sand, some research institutions are searching alternatives that can be used for construction. Ferrous and non ferrous metal casting industries produce several million tons of byproduct in the world. In India, approximately 2 million tons of waste foundry sand is produced yearly. WFS is a major byproduct of metal casting industry and successfully used as a land filling material for many years. In an effort to use the WFS in large volume, research are being carried out for its possible large scale utilization in making concrete as partial replacement of fine aggregate. Foundry sand consists primarily of silica sand, coated with a thin film of burnt carbon, residual binder (bentonite, sea coal, resins) and dust. Foundry sand can be used in concrete to improve its strength and other durability factors. Foundry Sand can be used as a partial replacement of fine aggregates or total replacement of fine aggregate and as supplementary addition to achieve different properties of concrete. This experimental investigation was performed to evaluate the strength properties of concrete mixtures, in which river sand was partially replaced with Waste Foundry Sand by weight. Compression test was carried out at the age of 7, 28 and 56 days of curing. Split tensile test was performed at the age of 28 and 56 days. Flexural strength was tested at 28 days of curing.10% Cement was replaced with Micro Silica and Fine aggregate was partially replaced with waste foundry sand by weight. Compressive strength at 7 and 28 days, Split tensile test at 28 days and Flexural strength was tested at 28 days of curing.
MEDICINAL PLANTS SECONDARY METABOLITES USED IN PHARMACEUTICAL IMPORTANCE-AN OVERVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Ramasubramania Raja. R M. Sreenivasulu Medicinal plants are the most important source of life saving drugs for the majority of the world?s population. Plants have formed the basis of sophisticated traditional medicine system that has been in existence thousands of years in countries such as China and India. The compounds which synthesized from the secondary metabolisms are socalled secondary metabolites. Secondary metabolites are formed in only specific organisms, or groups of organisms, are expression of the individuality of species. Secondary metabolites are not necessarily produced under all conditions, and in the vast majority of cases the function of these Compounds and their benefit to the organism are not yet known. It is this area of secondary metabolism that provides most of the pharmacologically active natural products. This review deals with the production of secondary metabolites in valuable medicinal herbs with different pharmacological activity like Anti malarial, anti diabetic, Hepatoprotective, Anti ulcer, anti inflammatory including Antimicrobial activity.
Improvement of a Radon Counter Sensitivity Using High-Voltage Ion Chamber published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Chungyong Kim | Gyu-Sik Kim Radon is an invisible, odorless, and chemically inactive radioactive gas produced by the decay of uranium ore. Various types of equipment and components have been proposed for use in effective radon detection. In this paper, we used a radon counter with a PIN photodiode radon-sensor module. Using electrostatic collection and the PIN photodiode, a high sensitivity radon detector for air has been developed. The calibration system has also been developed using a linear regression analysis technique. Chungyong Kim | Gyu-Sik Kim"Improvement of a Radon Counter Sensitivity Using High-Voltage Ion Chamber" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14257.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/14257/improvement-of-a-radon-counter-sensitivity-using-high-voltage-ion-chamber/chungyong-kim
THE DETERMINANTS OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE: APPLICATION ON FOOD FIRMS QUOTED ON BORSA ISTANBUL published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

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Fatih Sinan Esen, Serap Pelin Ozturk, Ulkuhan Bike Esen The aim of this study is to determine the financial factors that affect the capital structure of the firms in Borsa Istanbul (formerly IMKB) food industry (XGIDA). In this context, information obtained from the balance sheets, income statements and cash-flow statements of 19 firms were analyzed for 6 years (2007-2012) by using panel data analysis. In the study total debt to total asset ratio (leverage ratio) is used as the dependent variable while non-debt tax shield, size, profitability and asset structure are used as the independent variables. According to the findings, it is detected that non-debt tax shield, growth, profitability and asset structure had a significant negative effect on the leverage. The results of the study confirm the main aspects of Pecking Order Theory. On the other hand, the only result that supports Trade-off Theory is the non-debt tax shield.
Sıcaklık, Populasyon Yoğunluğu ve Cinsiyetler Oranının Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae)’un gelişmesi ve çoğalmasına etkileri published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Fatma Nur Elma, Hüseyin Çetin Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) yaygın olarak görülen ve baklagillerde beslenmesi sonucu ekonomik kayıplara yol açan önemli bir depo zararlısıdır. Bu çalışmada farklı sıcaklıkların C. maculatus’un gelişme süresine, cinsiyetler oranına ve ölüm oranına etkisi araştırılmıştır. Sıcaklıkla ilgili yapılan denemelerde üç farklı sıcaklık (25, 30 and 35°C) test edilmiş ve bu çalışmalar %55±5 nispi nem ve karanlık ortamda yürütülmüştür. C. maculatus’ un ergin çıkışı %74 oranla en yüksek 30°C’ de gerçekleşmiştir. Böceğin gelişme süresi 21.5 gün olarak en kısa 30°C sıcaklıkta saptanmıştır. Ayrıca bu çalışmada, farklı ergin populasyon yoğunluğu (2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24 ergin/petri; cinsiyetler oranı 1/1 dişi/erkek) ve cinsiyetler oranının (4/1,4/2,4/3,4/4,4/5,4/6,4/7,4/8 dişi/erkek/petri) dişinin bıraktığı yumurta sayısına etkisi (30 °C sıcaklık, %55±5 nispi nem ve karanlık ortamda) araştırılmıştır. Bu çalışma sonucunda, dişinin bıraktığı yumurta sayısının popülasyon yoğunluğu 16 ergin/petri (8 dişi 8 erkek) olduğunda en fazla olduğu (73 yumurta/dişi) tespit edilmiştir. Cinsiyetler oranı 4/1 dişi/erkek/petri olduğunda bir dişinin bıraktığı yumurta sayısı 42 iken 4/4 dişi/erkek/petri olduğunda bir dişinin bıraktığı yumurta sayısı 70 olmuştur.
Education Level and Environmental Hygiene: A Correlative Study in Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup District, Assam published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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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.
Photothermal Boiling in Aqueous Nanofluids published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
D. Navilan The process of photo thermal evaporation in nanofluids finds promising applications in solar energetics, medicine and process technology. Previous studies report highly efficient production of solar steam in fluids with gold nanoparticles. In this article, we establish the process in nanofluids with less expensive carbon black (CB) and iron oxide (IO) nanoparticles (NP). Screening the concentration of nanoparticles, we tailor the nanofluids to reach the efficiency maxima: 66% at 3% wt. (CBNP) and 75% at 10% wt (IONP); the steam was superheated up to 10 K (CBNP) and 16 K (IONP). It was also discovered that the IONPs-generated steam was contaminated with nanoparticles. In addition to experimental results, we have developed an empirical model of photo-thermal steam generation in nanofluids. The model agrees well with the experiments. D. Navilan"Photothermal Boiling in Aqueous Nanofluids" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17114.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/physics/nanotechnology/17114/photothermal-boiling-in-aqueous-nanofluids/d-navilan
ESTIMATION OF BETULINIC ACID IN EXTRACTS AND FORMULATIONS CONTAINING ALBIZIA LEBBECK BY HPLC published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pratima Tatke*, Sonal Desai, S. Y. Gabhe A triterpene acid, betulinic acid has been studied extensively because of its wide range of biological properties specially its anti -tumor activity. The present method discusses a new, simple and sensitive reversed phase HPLC-DAD method for quantitative estimation of betulinic acid in stem bark extract and formulations of Albizia lebbeck. Betulinic acid was analysed using MZ-Analytical C18 column (250 mm X 4.6 mm, 5 m) as stationary phase. Elution was carried out using acetonitrile: water (92:08, v/v) at flow rate of 1.0 ml/min. Detection was carried at 205 nm. Column oven temperature and injection volume were kept at 25 0 C and 20 l, respectively. Linearity of the proposed method was found to be over the range 0.3-60 g/ml. LOD and LOQ were found to be 0.1 g/ml and 0.3 g/ml, respectively. The method was found to be accurate with % recovery of 92.40 - 96.54 %.
COMPUTER MODEL OF THE INFLUENCE OF MAGNETIC FIELDS OF THE DOMAINS IN THE FORM OF MICRO-CRACKS AT FRACTURE OF METALS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov;Bazartay Alimbayevich Alimbayev;Bauyrzhan Zharkynbekovich Manapbayev The article discusses the model of development of micro-cracks in the metal and its computer realization.
Studies on Physico-Chemical Analysis of Water Bodies at Salim Ali Lake Aurangabad published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Ahuja Sangeeta Now a day lakes are degraded by both natural and anthropogenic activities, which deteriorate their quality, and push them to the bank of extinction. In this process of unplanned human developmental activities initiated the need of suitable conservation strategies. Normally, lakes perform the functions directly related to their physical, chemical and biological integrity to decidequality status of water. The present piece of research work is initiated on pollution status at Salim Ali Lake by interference and increase in the population of phytoplankton and microbe. For the detection of level of pollution, physico chemical parameters analyses like, temperature, pH, BOD, alkalinity, carbonate in the water were undertaken.Water samples were taken from three collection stations at Salim Ali Lake. All the three sites of study were enriched with water bloomsof blue green algae.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF DRUGS USING N-BROMOSUCCINIMIDE AND INDIGOCARAMINE DYE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sunitha Gandrakoti, Sayaji Rao* Rajitha Balusani and J. Ramchander Simple, sensitive and accurate methods for determination of four drugs viz., Imatinib Mesylate, Dextrometharphan HBr, CitalopramHBr and Amlodipinebesilate based on their reactivity towards N- bromo succinimide (NBS). The method involves the addition of excess NBS of known concentration in the presence of 0.5M HCl, reactants are allowed to react and the unreacted NBS is estimated by the measurement in the decrease in the absorbance of the Indigocaramine Dye (?max 610nm). The methods have been validated in terms of LOD, LOQ, precision accuracy, %RSD, robustness and ruggedness. The calibration curves are found useful for determination of pure drug and can be applied to pharmaceuticals in bulk drug and pharmaceutical industries. This method has been applied for the determination of drugs in their pure form as well as in tablet formulations. The method has been validated in terms of guidelines of ICH.
Image Denoising Using Wavelet Thresholding published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Mrs.P.Sivamani, Mrs.V.Vidhya Gowri, Ms. S.V.Priyavarshini, Ms. N.Revathi Removing noise from the original signal is still a challenging problem for researchers. Wavelet transforms enable us to represent signals with a high degree of scarcity. Wavelet thresholding is a signal estimation technique that exploits the capabilities of wavelet transform for signal denoising. This paper presents a comparative analysis of various image denoising techniques using wavelet transforms. Furthermore, this study is done to review various denoising algorithms using wavelet transform, those algorithms are discussed with specific details in order to understand the effect of each algorithm on the quality of the image. In this paper, we analyzed several methods of noise removal from degraded images with Gaussian noise by using adaptive wavelet threshold (Bayes Shrink, Neigh Shrink, Sure Shrink, Visu Shrink and Block Shrink) and compare the results in term of PSNR and MSE.
Prediction of Spot Welding Parameters for Dissimilar Weld Joints published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
B. Vijaya Sankar, I. Daniel Lawrence and S. Jayabal Development of manufacturing systems are needed to invent new kind of methodology for joining process in current research and development. Spot welding technologies are widely applied in non-conventional joining process. In this investigation predicted the mechanical properties like tensile strength and Hardness. The hardness evaluated in different regions of the spot welded Stainless steel sheet and Mild steel sheet joints such as welded zone, heat affected zone and parent material subjected to different Welding Parameters. The Experimental procedures are developed by factorial design and the regression model developed from the experimental results through Response surface methodology. The variable parameters are Electrode force, Weld Current and the Weld time. The measurable parameters are Tensile strength and hardness. The optimization process is carried out by Response surface methodology and the optimized parameters are defined the quality of the welded steel joints. The optimized welded parameters are expressed the effective joining and improve the quality of the welded member.
How Deep is Servitization Capability in Taiwan: An Empirical Study of its Antecedent Factors published in

Proceedings of the 2018 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference (AIBSEAR)

Published by Lingnan University
Ku-Ho Lin, Chueh-Chu Ou, Wei-Kuo Tseng and Tien-Chiang Teng The purpose of this paper is to examine whether collaborative capability, organizational learning capability and e-business capability facilitates the development of servitization capability and the influence of servitization capability on firm’s performance. This study collected data from survey and utilized hierarchical regression analysis to examine the hypothesized relationships. It is found that the firms’ collaborative capabilities positively influence servitization capability. In addition, organizational learning and e-business capabilities are also positively related to servitization capability. The servitization capability is positively related to corporate performance. Finally, implications of the present study are discussed.
CHROMIA (CR2O3) NANOPARTICLES SYNTHESIZED BY USING CRO3 VIA THE FACILE SOLVOTHERMAL PROCESS AND THEIR OPTICAL PROPERTIES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
K. Anandan*1 and V. Rajendran2 Chromia (Cr2O3) nanoparticles have been successfully synthesized via the facile solvothermal process, by using CrO3 in butanol and propanol as solvents. The functional groups of the samples were tested by the Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy. The as-synthesized nanoparticle sizes are calculated and confirmed to be 34 and 40 nm, by using X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). The morphology of the samples was observed by the Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). The measured band gap energies (Eg= 4.04 and 3.66 eV) higher than that of bulk Cr2O3 and increased with decreasing particles size, which indicated that the particles had been successfully synthesized in the nano region, and measured by UltraViolet visible (UV-vis) absorption spectroscopy. The broad visible emission at ~397 nm, in the photoluminescence spectroscopy revealed the high purity and perfect crystallinity of the samples.)
Developing Social Behaviour Through Sports Participation in Santal Society published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Manishamondal, Arup Gayen -
Sol-Gel Derived Barium Strontium Zirconate Titanate (Ba0.8Sr0.2)(Zr0.2Ti0.8)O3 Powder and Ceramics published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Manisha Chawla, Monika Rawat, Seema Rawat, M. Fahim Barium strontium zirconate titanate (Ba0.8Sr0.2)(Zr0.2Ti0.8)O3 [(Ba+Sr):(Zr+Ti) = 1:1] powder and ceramics were prepared using a sol-gel chemical route. BSZT ceramics prepared from the sol-gel derived powder were characterized for their structural, morphological, dielectric and ferroelectric properties. Temperature and frequency dependent dielectric properties were measured for these ceramics in the temperature range 30 to 200o C and at different frequencies of 100 Hz, 120 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 20 kHz and 100 kHz. It was observed that ferroelectric to paraelectric transition temperature (Tc) reduced from ~120o C for pure Barium titanate (BaTiO3 ) to around 20-30o C with the addition of strontium. Furthermore the addition of zirconium helped in increasing the dielectric constant at all frequencies. A well defined ferroelectric loop was observed for the ceramic. Remanent polarization (Pr) value of 0.5121C/m2 was obtained for the sample at room temperature.
A Review on Effective Lightning Protection for Wind Turbine Generators published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Ashok Kumar L A wind turbine generator is the most exposed of all types of generators connected to electric utility systems. Wind turbines are most often erected in hostile lightning environments. Lightning damage to wind turbines is costly in terms of repair and replacement of equipment. Lightning damage is the single largest cause of unplanned downtime in wind turbines, and that downtime is responsible for the loss of countless megawatts of power generation. There is currently no international standard governing wind turbine lightning protection. This paper is a review on the available guidelines for effective protection
A STUDY OF RUSKIN BONDS SELECED SHORT STORIES IN THE LIGHT OF ECOCRITICISM published in

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Mr. Dinesh A. Borse Today, the planet Earth is facing the ecological crisis which has been widely accepted by scientists, politicians, environmentalists and academicians around the globe. Information about these challenges has been widespread for several decades now, but very little has been done to address them positively. But as far as literary field is concerned, there is widespread awareness towards ecological concerns through the recent literary theories like Ecocriticism and Ecofeminism. Nature & Literature have always shared a close relationship, as it is evidenced in the works of literature. Literature is well known for reflecting contemporary issues and it is this sense of concern and its refection in literature that has given rise to a new branch of literary theory, namely Ecocriticism. This paper presents an outline of ecocriticism, followed by an Ecocritical study of Ruskin Bonds selected short stories.
Feasibility analysis of using waste fish oil as an alternate fuel published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
J. S. Binoj The production of fossil fuels seems to be in falling trend as the most commonly used fuel is getting depleted day by day on the other hand consumption is increasing, thereby leading us to an inevitable position in near future. The environmental pollution is also the key concern and fossil fuels are the major pollutants. Pollution from burning diesel causes health problems and environmental hazards. In order to meet these requirements and overcome the problems we have to look towards alternatives to petroleum based fuels like petrol and diesel. Vegetable and animal fat oils are considered as good alternatives to diesel as their properties are close to diesel since they offer the advantages of being used readily in existing diesel engines without alterations. Initially, a base line data was generated with diesel, jatropha and fish oil. Subsequently, the fish oil was converted into biodiesel by degumming and neutralization in the chemistry laboratory. This project aims at finding an alternate to the conventional diesel fuel by investigating the feasibility of biodiesel from fish oil as fuel in diesel engine for various blends. Hence various tests were carried out in the diesel engine of kirloskar make and the various characteristics like flash point, fire point and viscosity were studied and the results are tabulated. The results obtained after conducting the experiments shown that using biodiesel (prepared from fish oil) can be an effective and eco-friendly fuel in the present day engine without any modifications. J. S. Binoj"Feasibility analysis of using waste fish oil as an alternate fuel" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11316.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/11316/feasibility-analysis-of-using-waste-fish-oil-as-an-alternate-fuel/j-s-binoj
Indian Foreign Policy: From Idealism to Realism published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Mona Singh Indian Foreign policy underwent a change from idealism to realism keeping in view the changed circumstances and according to the foreign policy requirements .While realism aims at securing power by the use of military power keeping in view the national interests .On the other hand idealism is based on peace between nations and on the principles of mediation and not confrontation.
Corporate Leadership Responsibility of Global Top Executives at the Cavite Export Processing Zone Authority published in

Proceeding Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Published by Sons and Daughters Publishing House Inc.
Dr. Revelino D Garcia, Eddy Winarso This study was designed to evaluate the profile of various foreign top-level managers of multinational companies operating at the Cavite Export Processing Zone as a basis for proposing a model for global corporate leadership responsibility (GCLR). The study was conducted in 2011to 2012. The setting was multinational companies located at the Cavite Export Processing Zone: Cavite Export Processing Zone Authority in Rosario, Gateway Business Park in General Trias, and the First Cavite Industrial Economic Zone in Dasmarias.
Effect of Specified Training with Vibrator Aid and Sign Language on Accuracy and Dribbling Performance in Handball Among Deaf and Dumb College Students published in

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R. Sigamani, Dr. C. Sugumar The purpose of the study was to findout the effect of specified training with sign language and vibrator aid on accuracy and dribbling performance in handball among deaf-and-dumb College students. In this study forty five male students were randomly selected from Presidency College, Chennai and divided into three groups as two experimental and control groups. Data were collected from each subject before and after the training period. The collected data were statistically analysed by using dependent ttest and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). It was found that there was significant improvement on accuracy and dribbling performance of experimental groups when compared to the control group.
Efficacy of some local isolates of Beauveria bassiana(Bals.) and Metarhizium anisopliae (Met.) in control of mosquito larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus (Say) published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Bassim Sh. Hamad * Mohammed W. Khudair* Soolaf A. Kathiar** Ahmed M. Abdullatif* The main aim of this study is to investigate the ability of four local entomopathogenic isolates Beauveria bassiana (Bals.) and Metarhizium anisopliae (Met.) to control the mosquito larvae in the lab. The results revealed that the isolate (MARD48) B .bassiana reduced the survival rate of the mosquito larvae to (80%) followed by the isolate M. anisopliae (MARD10) to (90%) in the first two days of treatment, and 60 and 66% respectively in the third day. The results also showed that the isolate B. bassiana (MARD48) killed 50% of the population (LC50) with the concentration 1104 conidia/ml compared to 1107 conidia/ml for the isolates B. bassiana (MARD14) and M. anisopliae (MARD10), and 1108 conidia/ml for the isolate B .bassiana (MARD76). The shortest lethal time was at concentration 1107 conidia/ml within 3.3 day for the isolate B. bassiana (MARD48); while, it was 2.3 day for the isolate M. anisopliae (MARD10) of the concentration of 6 11011 spores / ml . According to the results, the isolate B. bassiana (MARD48) revealed the lowest concentration killed 50% (LC50) of the population and shortest time.
EFFECTS OF THE PERFORMANCE-BASED REMUNERATION SYSTEM: WHAT DO NURSES THINK? published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Mustafa Demirkiran, Mehmet Yorulmaz, Sultan Una, Serap Taskaya Performance-based remuneration system has come into use widely in the affiliated institiutions of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Turkey since 2004. In this system, all working personnel benefit from extra pay whereas only the activities performed and finalized by physicians are scored. The activities conducted by non-physician personnel including nurses are not scored. This study intends to determine nurses’ views concerning the performance-based remuneration system and its effects. The questionnaire developed by researchers for this purpose was responded by 149 nurses working in a public hospital in the province of Konya (Turkey). According to the findings, the performance-based remuneration system increases the workload of nurses, forces nurses to fulfill the duties that are not included in their job description, makes physicians financially more privileged, has negative effects on the quality of patient care and the relationships between nurse-physician, nurse-patient, nurse-family and causes nurses to experience professional burnout syndrome. The majority of nurses (80.5%) want the direct performance-based remuneration system that is applied to physicians to be also applied to nurses. Keywords : Ministry of health, performance, remuneration system, nurses, hospitals JEL Classification : I18, I19, M21
Extraction and Estimation of Ruthenium (III) From Hydrochloric Acid Medium by Cyanex 302 published in

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Bhanu Raman, S. S. Salunke, Bright O Philip The paper embodies extraction behavior of Ru (III) from hydrochloric media in presence of SnCl2 in a carbon tetrachloride solution of Cyanex 302.Various parameters such as acid concentration, reagent concentration; SnCl2 concentration, shaking time, effect of diluents and effect of foreign ions were studied. Quantitative extraction of Ru (III) in 1.0 M HCl and 0.6 ml of 1M SnCl2 stannous chloride was possible with 0.06 M Cyanex 302 after 75 seconds of shaking .The light golden yellow coloured Ru- Cyanex 302complex exhibits maximum absorption 300 nm where extraction of reagent was found to be negligible. The complex is stable more than 48 hrs. The probable composition of the species has been deduced from the extraction data. Beer-Lambert law is obeyed in the concentration range 5g - 45g with Sandells sensitivity of 1.240 x 10-3 g/mL/cm2 and molar absorptivity of 91,904 x 104 mole-1cm-1dm3. A study of effect of diverse ions on the extraction showed that several metals ions like Ca+2, Ti+4,Mg+2, K+, Na+, Ce+4, Al+3, Mn+2 do not interfere during the extraction and estimation of ruthenium. The data has been successfully employed for the separation of binary mixtures containing the non interfering metal ions. The optimized conditions of extraction has been successfully utilized to recover metal from real samples.
Cultivating The Religious Behavior of Grhastha Ashrama in Sukawati Village Based on Tri Hita Karana published in

International Journal of Interreligious and Intercultural Studies (IJIIS)

Published by Unhi Press
I Gusti Ayu Suasthi; I Gusti Ayu Ngurah; Desak Nyoman Seniati This study examines the importance of cultivating the religious behavior of grhastha ashrama in Sukawati Village based on Tri Hita Karana, founded on the local wisdom inherited from the ancestors. In today’s era of everything instant and pragmatic, certain people’s behaviors deviate from the religious teachings because of the weakening of sradha, or understanding and belief in the teachings of their religion. Thus, it is feared that social anxiety and conflicts will occur in various aspects of life. Tri Hita Karana is one of the local wisdoms of Balinese people which acts as a policy, knowledge and local intelligence that can be used as a reference to cultivate the religious behavior of grhastha ashrama. Grhastha ashrama are defined as krama desa elders, who serves as role models for the community and the younger generation. Tri Hita Karana values must be observed by maintaining harmony with others and with the natural environment. The purpose of this study is to provide scientific description and explanation of the importance of Tri Hita Karana ideology in cultivating the religious behavior of grhastha ashrama, as a catalyst for development of the village community, by preserving the culture to conserve the agricultural environment, because Balinese culture cannot be separated from agricultural life. This study was conducted with case study approach as one variant of the qualitative approach. Data collection was conducted by the techniques of interview, observation, literature, and documentation study. The findings of this study state that the grhastha ashrama tend to display hard working attitude to make ends meet and follow the latest trends. Likewise, krama feel the increasing burden to make ends meet, especially the cost of preserving art and culture that are very expensive. This seems to influence the habits of the Sukawati people who are famed for their enthusiasm in performing art and culture and tend to ignore the religious behavior based on the ideology of Tri Hita Karana.
Emotional Intelligence among Children of Montessori and Traditional Method of Education published in

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Dhiksha J, Shivakumara K Montessori Method is a holistic approach of education evolved with the objective of initiating overall development with its greater benefits for the socio-emotional development of children apart from intellectual development. The method has unique features which benefits the children to develop holistically. Hence, the present study aimed to assess the emotional intelligence of children of Montessori and traditional method of education. It was hypothesized that children of Montessori Method of education have higher emotional intelligence than children of traditional method. In order to verify the above hypothesis a sample of 139 children were selected from schools which offer education with Montessori (N=73) and traditional methods (N=66). To measure emotional intelligence the Ba-ron Emotional Quotient Inventory: Youth Version (EQ-i: YV, 2000) was administered individually to the subjects. The data were subjected tot analysis and the major findings of the study revealed that the children of Montessori Method of education has significantly higher emotional intelligence than children of traditional method.
An Efficient Palm Print Recognition Technique for Vehicle Security on Image Processing Context published in

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Prof. J. Mohana Sundaram, Prof. V. R. Rajasekaran The digitization of image can be done by a scanner or by a camera connected to a server board in a computer. The images can be operated by various image processing operation if the image has been digitized once. Image processing operations can be roughly divided into three major categories, Image Compression, Image Enhancement and Restoration, and Measurement Extraction. In this, Image Compression involves reducing the amount of memory needed to store a digital image. In this paper we discuss about hand print which is mainly used for security purpose. We also present a current trend bio-metric technology called palm print recognition. Palm print is captured from the inner surface of a hand between the wrist and the top of the fingers, which contains the principal lines and ridges on the palm, finger and fingerprint. This method can be transferred for vehicle security. Except the owner, when someone try to start the vehicle by placing his palm on the accelerator, the hand print of the person and his photo is sent to the owners mobile through MMS media and the area where the vehicle is moving is captured every 30 seconds and sent to the owners cellular, by which the identification of thief may quicker and easier.
Remote Operation and Monitoring of Power plant Equipment using IOT Environment published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Hybrid Neuro-Genetic Data Mining Technique for Market Forecasting published in

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Ganesh V. Kumbhar, Rajesh V. Argiddi Share Market is an untidy place for predicting since there are no significant rules to estimate or predict the price of share in the share market because of fluctuating behavior of share price. The methods like technical analysis, time series analysis, fundamental analysis, and statistical analysis etc are all used to predict the behavior of price in the share market but none of these methods come up with a consistently acceptable prediction tool. The major concern of this study is to develop a system that can predict future prices in the stock markets by taking samples of historical prices. This study tries to help the stock market investors in deciding the better timing for buying or selling stocks based on the knowledge discovered from the historical prices of such stocks using neuro-genetic technique. This study will use the Artificial Neural Network for learning the historical data of Stock Market & make predictions for next few days. Genetic algorithm is used to optimize the weights of Neural Network so that is can learn better.
The Impact of Philosophy of Jainism on Various Aspects of Education published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
Purshotam Jainism is a very old philosophy. It has exercised a great influence on the mind of man. Even Under the present - day educational system, boys and girls go to schools and colleges to follow a syllabus which has been set for them. The aim of education can be both social as well as individual. From the view - point of education for an individual, it should be su ch as to help develop the physical, mental and moral aspects of an individuals personality. The aim of education is thus not restricted to t he one sided development of an individuals personality; it seeks on the contrary, to develop the perfect Man. Jainism presents equal background to the aim of education and life. The aims of education would be influenced by the aims of life. Education is the important means of fulfilling the aims of life. Jainism is quite a sound philosophy and provides permanent aims of education. Jainism is not only a real source of getting worldly enjoyments and heavenly pleasures, but is a science to purify the mundane soul to attain perfection, omniscience, and undying infinite true happiness. It is original, independent, sci entific, rationalistic democratic, universal, systematic and primitive faith not only of mankind, but even of birds and bests. It provides freedom, pure bliss, self - responsibility, self - realization, all equality voluntary, co - operation, reciprocal help, sp iritual advancement, all love noble thoughts, sweet temper, simple living, pure food, contentment, international peace, exemplary action and brave conduct.
Molecular Mechanisms, Expression and Clinical Role of ErbB Receptors in Endometrial Cancer - Special Issue published in

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Androutsopoulos G*, Michail G, Adonakis G, Decavalas G The epidermal growth factor system (EGF System) is present in various human organs. It has 4 receptors (EGFR, ErbB-2, ErbB-3 and ErbB-4) and numerous ligands. Especially in cancer, the epidermal growth factor system signaling network becomes hyperactivated with a variety of mechanisms (ligand overproduction, receptor overproduction, constitutive receptor activation). ErbB receptors are trans-membrane glycoproteins. Dimerization of ErbB receptors leads to intracellular kinase activation and initiates intracellular signaling via several pathways. Due to the inactive status of postmenopausal endometrium, we expect to find significantly higher expression of the 4 ErbB receptors in endometrial cancer tissue. In unselected endometrial cancer patients, there is EGFR expression in 43-67% of cases. EGFR overexpression in patients with Type I endometrial cancer, did not affect disease progression. However EGFR overexpression in patients with Type II endometrial cancer, associated with high grade disease and adverse clinical outcome. In unselected endometrial cancer patients, ErbB-2 amplification/overexpression represents a rare event. ?rbB-2 overexpression especially in patients with Type II endometrial cancer, is an indicator of a highly aggressive disease with poor overall survival. Recent years ErbB receptors (especially EGFR and ?rbB-2) have a particular importance, as they are potential targets in endometrial cancer treatment.
The Effects of Episodic Versus Continuous and Major Versus Mild Depression and Anxiety Symptoms on Pregnancy and Labour Complications published in

Archives of Depression and Anxiety

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Laura Schwartz, Angela Bowen*, and Nazeem Muhajarine Background: Depression occurs in approximately 20% of pregnant women, with up to 25% experiencing anxiety. Various pregnancy and labour complications have been associated with maternal mood problems. Methods: This population study of antenatal and early postpartum depression and maternal, child outcomes involved 649 women assessed three times: the second trimester, the third trimester, and in the early postpartum. Our objective was to determine the occurrence and outcomes on pregnancy and labour of major and mild depression. Results: Major depression in the second trimester was significantly associated with developing gestational diabetes and swelling/edema. Major depression that occurred continuously throughout pregnancy was significantly associated with induced labour and antenatal bleeding/abruption. Mild depression in the second trimester was significantly associated with antenatal bleeding/abruption and premature rupture of the membranes. Mild depression in the third trimester was associated with caesarean birth. Mild depression that occurred continuously throughout pregnancy was significantly associated with the use of vacuum/forceps or operative delivery. Conclusions: Our findings show that either episodic depression or mild depression can have significant negative impact on pregnancy and labour complications.
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Yog: Chittavrutitanirodh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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CONSIDERACIONES ACTUALES ACERCA DE LA ENFERMEDAD HIPERTENSIVA DEL EMBARAZO Y EL PUERPERIO / Current issues on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and puerperium published in

CorSalud

Published by Cardiocentro Ernesto Che Guevara
Alain Cruz Portelles, Idaer M. Batista Ojeda, Ernesto Medrano Montero and Alfredo Ledea Aguilera Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy complicate 5 to 7% of all pregnancies and are one of the leading causes of maternal morbidity and mortality worldwide. These disorders vary from mild hypertension to severe preeclampsia. Recently, there have been major advances in the study of these disorders; however, many aspects need to be resolved, mainly concerning pathogenesis, prevention and management. This review is based on the latest available evidence on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Aspects related with classification, diagnosis and management of hypertension in pregnancy and its main complications are discussed in this article.
Carditis in Zika Virus Infection published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Somsri Wiwanitkit* and Viroj Wiwanitkit Dear Editor, the Zika virus infection becomes a big global problem at present. The clinical manifestation of this infection can be from asymptomatic to severe acute febrile illness with hemorrhagic complication. Focusing on cardiovascular effect, there are some reports on the problem. Recently, the problem of carditis due to Zika virus infection becomes a big concern in cardiology. The report by Aletti et al. [1], on transient myocarditis leads to the great concern by the cardiologist. Aletti et al. [1], noted that “We recommend an electrocardiogram and an troponin if any cardiac symptoms are present in a patient with acute Zika infection.”
EFFECT OF USING HIGH STRENGTH CONCRETE COLUMNS ON THE STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR OF R.C BUILDINGS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
P. Adinarayana*, K.Ramudu Strength, durability and stability are the main criteria for material selection and design in the construction industry. Consequently, development and enhancement of construction materials is always an active and attractive field for engineers and researchers. Elevated temperature (fire) is a potential threat for any structural buildings that can cause a major damage. Response of construction materials exposed to elevated temperature or fire requires a full study and analysis with lessons learned from previous cases. High strength concrete (HSC) has been used in the lower story columns of high rise buildings owing to its qualities over normal strength concrete (NSC) in many countries. But, the full structural qualities of the HSC were unable to be used because of insufficient information regarding the structural behaviour of the material and its properties. Columns moment- curvature curves were developed and maximum inter story drifts were obtained for the different frame models with variation in columns concrete strength. The study shows that frames with HSC columns have got lower stiffness and performed well in satisfying ductility demand. The maximum inter storey drifts are slightly higher for frames with HSC columns, but the contribution of the concrete strength in resisting the lateral deformations was significant. Economic comparisons were also made and it was found that the most economical frame corresponds to frame with the highest columns concrete strength.
Analaysisof Architecture Security Tips of ObjectOriented Software published in

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Seyfali Mahini To analyze architecture security tips of object-oriented software in which usual security issues are used, the present study tries to analyze security of an under designing system. Object-oriented systems are designed based on different architectures such as COM, DCOM, COBRA, MVC, and Broker. In an object oriented technology, the main component of the system is an object. Each component stems its risk in the system. Security and risk policies associated with this type of software can be calculated for a single component. The total risk can be calculated on the basis of risk factors in the architecture and field. Small risk factors gatherandcreate large riskinthesystemandcandamageit.
FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROLLED RELEASE FORMULATION OF ESOMEPRAZOLE SODIUM TABLETS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Y. Naveen Kumar*1, Dr. J. Sreekanth2 The main aim of this work is Esomeprazole sodium is formulated as controlled release tablets to provide desired effect at certain time in maintained drug concentration without any unwanted effect with patient compliance also to improve it bioavailability by decreasing its expose to gastric acid. A controlled release dosage form is designed to release the drug from the dosage form at a time other than promptly after administration. UV Spectrophotometric method has been developed for the estimation of Esomeprazole in pharmaceutical formulations. Then the tablets were prepared by dry granulation method rather than direct compression because of cohesive property of the drug. Optimized core tablet then subjected for enteric coating by selected base coat polymer cellulose derivative for preventing core tablet from moisture. The coated formulations were compared with marketed sample (ESOZ) for optimization. Dissolution results of tablets with enteric coating have shown release of Esomeprazole in simulated gastrointestinal fluid pH 1.2, but most of the drug released in pH 6.8 Phosphate buffer. At the end it was found that prepared formulation gave satisfactory results compared with marketed sample dissolution profile. Hence prepared formulation by-pass the degradation of Esomeprazole by enteric coating approach and can be used as single unit dosage for the treatment of acid-related diseases. Thus a pharmaceutically equivalent, robust formulation of Esomeprazole controlled release tablet was developed. Keywords: Esomeprazole, UV spectrophotometric method, Enteric coating, Controlled release tablets, In vitro drug release.
ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION OF In1-xGaxAsySb1-y THERMOPHOTOVOLTAIC CELLS UNDER LOW RADIATOR TEMPERATURES published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
F. Bouzid, N. Maamri In this paper, we investigated the heat to electricity conversion efficiency of In1-xGaxAsySb1-y radioisotope thermophotovoltaic (RTPV) converter with x = 0.8 and y = 0.18, taking account of the photons with energy below the cells bandgap using a comprehensive analytical process. This was done with a computer program designed for this reason, which allowed the computation of the cell performance under a variety of specified incident radiation spectra as well as a variety of material parameters.
Effect of exercise on pseudo dilution anemia in healthy male subjects. A comparative study. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Amaila Fazal & Faizan Mirza Regular exercise is largely done to have maintained body shape and fitness. It exerts influence on almost all physiological and psychological parameters. One of these is dilutional anemia or sports anemia that is the initial adaptation of body to exercise. The aim of present study was to evaluate the extent of dilutional anemia in healthy males who have been exercising for past three years at least. Randomly selected 40 male subjects from gymnasiums of Karachi were recruited in the study. Peripheral blood was collected pre and post exercise, and tested for hematocrit, hemoglobin concentration and red blood cell count. Increased hemoglobin concentration was observed which is directly related to increased red blood cell count which is inversely proportional to blood plasma level. So, decreased plasma level is the possible cause that pseudo dilution anemia was not observed in males who have been regularly exercising for past three years.
AC IMPEDANCE AND VIBRATIONAL STUDIES OF BIOPOLYMER ELECTROLYTE CORNSTARCH:NH SCN published in

International Education and Research Journal

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G. GURULAKSHMI, P. MAHALAKSHMI, K. P. RADHA, Miss MONISHA Solid polymer electrolytes (SPEs) based on biopolymer play a vital role in creating materials for energy storage devices such as batteries and fuel cells. An attempt has been made to prepare solid polymer electrolyte using the biopolymer starch and the doping salt ammonium thiocyanate (NH4SCN) by solution casting technique with DMSO as solvent. The FTIR analysis confirms the complex formation between the polymer and salt. The AC impedance spectroscopy reveals that the biopolymer electrolyte 75 mol% of cornstarch: 25 mol % of NH4SCN has the maximum ionic conductivity 2.76х10-5 Scm-1 with low activation energy (0.32eV) among the prepared samples The ionic conductivity of the best conducting electrolyte increases with increase in temperature suggesting that the ionic conductivity is temperature dependent. The transport number measurement studies confirm that the ionic conductivity in these polymers is due to proton ions.
ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF GLICLAZIDE IN PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS AND BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Vipin Kumar Sharma, Bhaskar Mazumder Diabetes/ Diabetes mellitus, a group of metabolic diseases is identified in patients with high blood sugar, either because the pancreatic cells does not produce enough insulin, or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. It is categorized on the response of body cells towards insulin and known as insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM, Type I) and non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM Type II). Numbers of drugs are used for the management of both types of diabetes and amongst the types of drugs, sulphonyl urea have their own significant. These agents stimulate the pancreatic cells to increase the insulin secretion. Gliclazide, a category II sulphonyl urea is used in the management of NIDDM. In contrast with other sulphonyl urea, gliclazide is a highly efficient drug and a specific dose is required in the management of high blood glucose level in diabetes. The variability in absorption pattern in inter- and intra-patient creates the bioavailability problems during oral administration of gliclazide. Hitherto, various analytical techniques have been developed for the quantification of gliclazide in pharmaceutical dosage forms as well as in biological fluids. This study is based on the overview of different instrumental techniques with their characteristics for quantification of gliclazide.
Role of Media in Climate Change & Sustainable Development published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Balaji, Prof. G. Stanley Jaya Kumar Climate Change debates are no longer privilege of a few today these issues make headlines in print and electronic media. Global warming and climate change are the hot and prioritized topics in the global mass media. Both the Governments and the people depend on Communication and Mass Media not only for disseminating information, but also in setting agenda for the development and other allied activities. Hence, communication media become powerful tool for disseminating information and diffusion of innovations. Due to depletion of natural resources and burning of fossil fuels there is a great threat to environment. It is high time to save the depleting natural resources and discourage the irrational usage of natural resources by focusing on Sustainable Development. Media plays a vital role in educating and enlightening the people and the governments to protect and preserve natural resources in the interests of future generations and the climatic chaos. Sustainable Development is attained by protecting the environment in a judicious use of natural resources. Countries both the rich and the poor have an equal stake in this stewardship of the earth. The very survival of our planet depends upon it. In this regard media plays a pivotal role in creating awareness and bringing the positive behavioral change among people in mitigating the anthropogenic climate change. Hence, the role of Communication and Mass Media is immense in climate change and sustainable development.
FREQUENCY DEPENDENT ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF TIO2/COO CORE - SHELL THIN FILMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
ing J., Uguru, Edwin H., Idu, The frequency dependent electrical properties, [dielectrics] of TiO 2 /CoO core - shell thin films have been studied within the ultraviolet, visible and infrared regions of the electromagnetic radiations. Orthorhombic nanocrystallites have been induced by thermal annealing for the films as confirmed by XRD analysis. The optical absorption and transmission of these thin films were studied in the wavelength range from 200 - 1200nm using Perkin - Elmer Lambda - 2 spectrometer. The electrical properties of the films were also studied using the four points probe. However, our interest in this paper is in the dielectric properties only. TiO 2 /CoO core - shell thin films are semiconducting films with high dielectric loss. The films are good materials for storage cells in dynamic random acce ss memory and can also be used as infrared detectors. At lower frequencies [or lower photon energy values] the dielectrics of the films are not strongly dependent on the annealing temperatures. At higher frequencies,[or higher photon energy values], the di electric loss of the film samples annealed at higher temperatures decreased faster than the dielectric loss of the film samples annealed at lower temperatures.
Biosorption of Copper (II) Ions by Eclipta Alba Leaf Powder from Aqueous Solutions published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
B. Kavitha | R. Arunadevi The removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater is of great concern as heavy metals are non-biodegradable, toxic elements that cause serious health problems if disposed of in the surrounding environment. The present study, Karisalangkani (Eclipta Alba) leaves were used for the adsorption of heavy metals like copper (Cu (II)) ions. The bio sorbent was characterized using SEM and BET analysis. The bio sorption experiments are conducted through batch system. The operating parameters studied were initial metal ion concentration, adsorbent dosage, initial solution pH, contact time and effect of temperature Adsorption equilibrium is achieved in 30 min and the adsorption kinetics of Cu (II) is found to follow a pseudo-second-order kinetic model. Equilibrium data for Cu (II) adsorption are fitted well by Langmuir isotherm model. The maximum adsorption capacity for Cu (II) ions is estimated to be 9.2 mgg at 25 °C. The experimental result shows that the materials have good potential to remove heavy metals from effluent and good potential as an alternate low cost adsorbent. Due to their outstanding adsorption capacities, Eclipta Alba is excellent sorbents for the removal of copper (II) ions. B. Kavitha | R. Arunadevi"Biosorption of Copper (II) Ions by Eclipta Alba Leaf Powder from Aqueous Solutions" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17156.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/environmental-chemistry/17156/biosorption-of-copper-ii-ions-by-eclipta-alba-leaf-powder-from-aqueous-solutions/b-kavitha
INDUCIBLE CLINDAMYCIN RESISTANCE IN STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS: A STUDY IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN BHOPAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mansi Gupta*, Navinchandra M. Kaore, Vijay Kumar Ramnani Introduction: Emergence of increasing resistance in Staphylococcus aureus has renewed the interest in Clindamycin (lincosamide) usage because of its good pharmacokinetic properties in the treatment of Staphylococcal infections especially in Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections. Erythromycin (macrolide) also used to treat Staphylococcal infections but it is a potent inducer of Clindmycin resistance. Combined use of these drugs pose a threat of treatment failure. Phenotypic detection of Erythromycin induced Clindamycin resistance by a simple D- test can be done in clinical laboratories to curb inappropriate use of these drugs in Staphylococcal infections including MRSA strains. Objectives: To find out the burden of Inducible clindamycin resistance & its relation with MRSA. Materials and Methods: A total of 127 clinical isolates of S. aureus between March 2013- July2013 collected from various Clinical samples were processed to routine antimicrobial Suceptibility test using modified Kirby- Bauer disc diffusion method-using Cefoxitin (30 ?g) disc to detect MRSA. Erythromycin (15 ?g) & Clindamycin (2 ?g) disc placed at a distance of 15mm to detect Erythromycin induced Clindamycin resistance by D test as per CLSI guidelines. Results: Among 127 isolates, 21(16.53%) isolates showed inducible Clindamycin resistance, out of which 13 were MRSA strains. So percentage of inducible Clindamycin resistance was higher in MRSA (61.90%) as compared to MSSA (38.09%). Conclusions: For optimum treatment of patients, D-test which is simple and feasible t est should be used as routine lab method to detect inducible Clindamycin resistance in Staphylococci.
Sustainable Bio Fuel For Aircraft published in

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Manoj Kumar Mandal.B, Srishti Bansal, Ch. TrigunaSaideep, Ashok Marshall, Chandran. G, Karthikeyan D P Bio-fuels are the chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants. Our objective is to come up with most suitable bio-fuel for aviation industry which has the least CO2 emancipation to the surrounding and can give better performance. The aviation industry is active in the bio-jet fuel development and environmental progress must be joined by economic and social development to be truly sustainable. It is possible to fly a commercial aircraft on a drop in fuel, containing a high proportion of sustainably-sourced biofuel. In order to be accepted for the commercial use, Sustainable Aviation Fuel should have less lifecycle carbon discharge compared to the other traditional fossil based jet fuel, also should be 'drop-in' alternative to traditional fossil based jet fuel to avoid costly redesign of fuel delivery systems, engines or airframes. In terms of energy poises, discharges and air quality, the substantiation endorses wide dissimilarity in greenhouse gas hoards from biofuel use depending on feedstock, cultivation methods, adaptation technologies, and energy efficiency assumptions. The fuel supply to the commercial aviation industry is on a relatively small and less complex the other forms of transport. For this reason, it is expected that it will be easier to fully contrivance the use of sustainable biofuels in aviation than in other transport systems.
EMOTIONAL FEELINGS & BEHAVIOUR: A MATTER OF WELL BEING published in

Escalating Research

Published by Advance Educational Institute and Research Center
Shamoon Noushad & Sadaf Ahmed Being expressive via behavioral reactions and emotions may also serve to either promote or reduce the feelings. As avoiding a situation, any imbalance between mind, body and soul is connected to emotional well-being of individual and Each related emotion can occur in variety in intensity or levels of stimulation both external(social and environmental) and internal (psychological and physiological)
THE INHERITANCE OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION VELUES THROUGH ORAL TRADITION OF PEURATEB ANEUK IN ACEH published in

International Journal on Language, Research and Education Studies

Published by English Language Center, State Islamic University of North Sumatra
Nurhayati The main problem in this research was how the inheritance of Islamic education values through oral peuratebaneuk tradition in Aceh. This study aimed to analyze deeply about the inheritance of Islamic education Values through the oral tradition of peurateb aneuk in Aceh. This ethnographic research used a qualitative approach with hermeneutical methods and descriptive analysis methods. The paradigm used was phenomenology. The sources of data, in this study consist of poetry singers and poems that have been documented. Data sources in this study were collected by using purposive sampling and Snowball Sampling. Data collection techniques used were literature review, non-participant observation techniques, ethnographic interview techniques, documentation techniques, and focus groups discussion (FGD) technique. The research instrument was the researcher herself (Human Instruments). It was supported by observation guides, interview guides, data recordings, note books. The data was analyzed by a hermeneutical method and descriptive analysis method. The result of the research shows that: 1. The values of Islamic education in the poetry of anauk in Aceh are: the value of aqidah education, the value of moral education, the value of social education, the value of worship education, the value of education struggle, 2. The process of inheriting the values of Islamic education through tradition Oral peurateb aneuk in Aceh was done through a. Lane: 1). Family, 2). Through the society, 3). Through the State. B. The culprit: 1). Family members, 2). Statesman, 3). Humanist 4). Aceh Traditional Assembly (MAA). 5). The research lecturers. C. The steps (methods) used by: 1). Stated by way of establishing patients, scheduling periodically festivals, incorporating in the curriculum as local content material in schools, promoting communities to carry out the oral tradition of peuratep aneuk 2). Society by carrying out the oral tradition of peurateb aneuk in homes. Follow the race events. 3). Families carry it out when they sleep child d. The material, contained in the lyrics of peurateb aneuk include 1). Aqidah (Faith), 2). Morals, 3).Worship, 4). Struggle. E. Media, which is used to pass the values of Islamic education through the oral tradition of peukanebaneuk there are two namely 1). Traditional media 2).Modern media. 3. A strong reason for the oral tradition of peurateb aneuk is still maintained because of a. As a medium of the transformation of Islamic education values. B. As an external cultural filtering, c. Historical local community, d. Strengthening local culture, e. Strengthening of literacy. 4. The contribution of oral peurateb tradition in Aceh to contemporary Islamic education, a. Theoretical Contribution: that is 1). Objectives, 2) Educators, 3).Learners, 4).A material, 5). Method. 6). Media. The six findings of this study are called pedagogic of peurateb aneuk. B. Practical contributions are 1). For educators, parents, teachers, and society. 2). For the government, set forth in: a). Qanun education. B). The curriculum at school.
A COMPACT G-SHAPED DUAL-BAND ANTENNA FOR WLAN/WI-MAX AND RFID APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Avinash Garhwal*, U.S.Modani, Govind Kumar In this paper a G-shaped dual-band monopole antenna with a shorted strip fed by a coupling microstrip line for wireless communication in the wireless local-area network (WLAN) band is studied. The proposed antenna can provide two separate impedance bandwidths of 510MHz (2.29GHz-2.8GHz) and 1.9GHz (4.73GHz-6.65GHz) respectively. Consistent omniderectional radiation patterns have been observed in both the frequency bands 2.4GHz and 5.5GHz. The proposed antenna is simple in design and compact in size. It exhibits broadband impedance matching, consistent omnidirectional patterns and appropriate gain characteristics (>2.8dBi) in the RFID and WLAN/Wi-MAX frequency regions.
The Combination of Ct Colonography and Abc Classificationwas Developed as A Screening Tool published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Kenji Ina, Ryuichi Furuta, Katsuji Nagao, Akirayamada CT colonography is effective for the detection ofcolorectal neoplasia. The combination of serumHelicobacter pylori antibody and pepsinogen levels may provide a good predictive marker for the development of gastric cancer. Both of these methods are less costly than optical endoscopy and suitable for the health check of a large general population. We developed a screening system using CT colonographyand serological tests for Helicobacter pylori and pepsinogen.39individuals were enrolled (male, 16; female, 23; mean age, 64.5 years), where no malignant lesionswere observed.Colorectal polyps measuring 6-mm or larger were demonstrated by CT colonography in 6 cases (15.4%, 6/ 39) and high risk group of gastric cancer comprised 25 % (9/ 36). The screening systems of CTC combined with serological tests are much simpler and less invasive than those using endoscopy and might be useful to reduce the mortality related with gastric and colorectal cancer.
CORRELATION OF SERUM VITAMIN D3 LEVEL WITH EXTENT AND SEVERITY OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE . published in

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Dharmendra Kumar Mekle, Somnath Raghuvanshi INTRODUCTION:Coronary artery disease (CAD) are the number one cause of death globally: more people die annually from CAD than from any other cause(1).An estimated 17.3 million people died from CADs in 2008, representing 30% of all global deaths(1). Of these deaths, an estimated 7.3 million were due to coronary heart disease and 6.2 million were due to stroke(2).Aim: To determine mean serum 25 hydroxy vitamin D level and extent and severity of coronary artery disease patients. Material and method:A cross-sectional study and Patients with 50% or more stenosis of at least one coronary artery as a case and without stenosis or less than 50% stenosis in coronary artery on coronary angiography as a control group. Conclusion: Vitamin D insufficiency, in this study was noted in 86.66% of patients in cases as compared to 56.66% of controls, and p value was 0.000387(<0.01) this difference is statistically significant..
Shale Gas in India: Opportunities and Challenges published in

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Ravinder Ariketi, Bijaya K. Behera, Uttam Kumar Bhui Natural gas extracted from organic rich Shale rock Formations has become the fastest-growing source of Gas in USA and could become a significant new global energy alternative unconventional source. Although the energy industry has long known about huge gas resources trapped in organic rich shales, it is over the past decade that energy companies have combined two established technologies- hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling- to successfully unlock the tight and shale oil/gas resource. A recent study by EIA (Energy Information Administration) assessed 95 shale gas basins in 41 countries. India is one of the countries covered in this study along with China, Canada, Mexico, Australia etc. With current available data, the initial estimates of technically recoverable shale gas resource in these countries is 7299 TCF . At present, the shale gas is not exploited in India. Encouraged by the USA results and preliminary USGS assessment, Govt of India is seriously contemplating to carry out detailed exploration, followed by phased extraction. Preliminary estimates from different agencies suggest that risked gas-in-place of 290 TCF with technically recoverable resource of 93 TCF is tenable in established hydrocarbon basins of India namely, Cambay Basin in western India, the Krishna-Godavari Basin along the east coast of India, the Cauvery Basin in southern India and Damodar Valley Basin in northeast India. The unlocking of domestic shale gas reserves could help India meet its growing energy demand, besides reducing its dependence on expensive energy imports. In addition, the development of the domestic shale gas industry could boost the Indian economy
Aging & Periodontium published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Bhadbhade S Geriatric Dentistry is a branch of dentistry which deals with treating and preventing oral diseases in older patients. Throughout the world, the numbers of older adults are increasing, and these individuals are retaining more teeth. Older people have limited regenerative abilities and are more prone to disease, syndromes, and sickness than other adults. This population has unique changes in their physiology as well as immunity that necessitate alterations in their treatment plans. They use more medications, many of which can cause problems such as xerostomia and decreased saliva. Thus, aging can significantly alter the host immune response and inflammatory reaction to bacterial plaque and in different ways than in younger population. In these older adults, education, nutrition, counseling, regular dental care, and compensatory home and professional care technique may be required. This review focuses on the change in the tissue that occurs with age and immunological alterations with age that contribute to the causation and perpetuation of periodontal disease.
Study on proximate composition of market samples of palada published in

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Neetha Narayanan S.N.Rajakumar An attempt was made to evaluate the physico-chemical properties of palada marketed in Thrissur district, Kerala. Wide variation in composition of market samples was observed. Fat, protein, total solids, lactose, sucrose, ash and acidity of market samples were in range of 3.163 - 4.133 %, 5.23 11.0167 %, 37.8 45.9 %, 3.61 4.7 %, 24.23 - 29.2% , 0.7303- 0.8656 % and 0.2503 0.2853 % respectively
A Critical Analysis of E-Banking Services with Special Reference to India published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
BABITA Student Ganpati Group of Institutions Bilaspur (Yamunanagar) Haryana ABSTRACT E-Banking is a strategy for saving money in which the client conducts exchanges electronically by means of the Internet. As indicated by specialists, the cost of an exchange at a bank office is Rs. 40-50 on a normal. Yet, at an ATM the cost drops to Rs. 10-12, and on the computerized medium, it drops further to Rs. 2-3 an exchange. It is the computerized conveyance of new managing account items as well as conventional saving money items and administrations are straightforwardly conveyed to clients through electronic, intuitive correspondence channels. E-managing an account incorporates the frameworks that empower money related foundation clients, people or organizations, to get to accounts, execute business, or acquire data on budgetary items and administrations through an open or private system, including the Internet. Clients get to keeping money administrations utilizing a shrewd electronic gadget, for example, a (PC), individual advanced right hand (PDA), computerized teller machine (ATM), stand or Touch Tone phone. There are, two sorts of Internet sites: educational and value-based. Educational sites give clients access to general data about the monetary establishment and its items or administrations. Value-based sites furnish clients with the capacity to direct exchanges through the money related foundation's site by starting managing account exchanges or purchasing items and administrations. Value-based sites regularly empower the electronic trade of private client data and the exchange of assets, administrations gave through these sites uncover a money related organization to higher hazard than essential enlightening sites. In this paper, we have experienced the offices gave by E-Banking sites and additionally, changes related to the E-Banking framework. In Short, the principal goal of this paper is to see the dangers required with E-managing an account and advantages of E-Banking thus that we can legitimize the need and significance of EBanking.
NEED OF FLY ASH BRICK IN TODAYS CONSTRUCTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shashikant M.Nagargoje*1 , Jaydeep B.Chougale2 Brick is the oldest manufactured building material, and much of its history is lost in antiquity. The oldest burnt or fired bricks have been found on the sites of the ancient cities of Babylonia, some of which are estimated to be about 6000 years old. Clay bricks are used in a wide range of buildings from housing to factories. But while using clay bricks the thousands of acres top layer of soil dug out for brick manufacturing and this affect on top layer of soil, also for manufacturing of clay brick required more time therefore considering future scope of brick we can use fly ash in brick for better mechanical properties & large quantity production in less time with economy
Prediabetes: The Variation between HbA1c and Fasting Plasma Glucose - Special Issue published in

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White K.A.M1,2#, Daneshvari S3#, Lilyquist J1,2, Luo L2, Steffen L.E4,5, Bivin A1, Gurule N4, Ducasa G.M1, Torres S.M5, Lindeman R2, Sankarappan S2, Berwick M1,2*# Purpose: The prevalence of Diabetes Type 2 is on the rise internationally. Currently, Fasting Plasma Glucose (FPG) and HbA1c are both used to determine if an individual is diabetic or prediabetic. We aimed to describe the prevalence of diabetes, prediabetes, and glycemic control in a population-based sample of elderly Hispanic and non-Hispanic White participants in New Mexico. Methods: To do this, we compared HbA1c with FPG using Chi-Square analysis across gender and ethnicity to provide information for future health care policy. We also performed non-parametric regression using a locally weighted smoothing technique to investigate the relationship between FPG and HbA1c levels. Results: Our analysis identifies a large variation between the sensitivity of HbA1c and FPG in the identification of both prediabetes and diabetes. Interestingly, 95% of diabetics defined by FPG are also defined by HbA1c, representing overlap between the two measures. When comparing the prevalence of prediabetes between the two measures, the overlap of FPG with HbA1c was only 30% and HbA1c identifies more individuals as prediabetic than FPG. Prevalence of diabetes was also higher when defined by HbA1c compared to FPG and the overall agreement between HbA1c and FPG appears to be poor particularly by sex and ethnicity (K=0.22-0.34). Glycemic control was poor overall with Hispanics displaying a larger amount of uncontrolled diabetes. Conclusion: We compared HbA1c and FPG by gender and ethnicity and showed both measures of diabetes differ in their sensitivity across ethnic groups. Our results suggest that using HbA1c, rather than FPG, results in higher rates of prediabetes and diabetes, a finding with numerous implications for health care practice.
ON ONE METHOD OF SCALE EXAMINATIONS OF THYROID GLAND CONDITION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vyacheslav Kanshaubievich Kumykov; Muaed Muzafarovich Oshkhunov; Zalina Khasanovna Abazova; Marina Kilostanovna Efendieva On the base of brief review of domestic and foreign papers, devoted to the methods of express diagnostics of thyroid gland pathologies, a new version of reflex meter is suggested. The data of scale examinations of thyroid gland condition of students in the age from 16 till 18 years are also presented.
Constitutional Dimensions of Right to Education published in

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G. S. Yatheesh Provide educational opportunity, make if more accessible and qualitative one, as education develops the personality, dignity and fundamental freedoms of person and ensure constitutional guarantee Right to Education as a Fundamental Right.
Non Linear Analysis of Diesel Engine Connecting Rod published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vytla Jayaprakash | Dr. Alok Kumar Rohit | Ch. Srinivas the connecting rod is the mediator member between the piston and the Connecting Rod. Its primary function is to transmit the push and pull from the piston pin to the crank pin and thus convert the reciprocating motion of the piston into rotary motion of the crank. For piston pin there will be tiny end is fix, it will used mostly to press fit into the connecting rod but it can swivel in the piston, a floating wrist pin design. Presently connecting rod is manufacturing by using the material Carbon steel. In this project, connecting rod is designed using Aluminum alloys 7475 and 6061. The aim of this project is to design the connecting rod for 150cc engine motorbike by using Design formulas for the above materials. By using catia software we can draw the 3Dmodel of the connecting rod as per the parameters. All the required data is collected from design data books, internet and journals. Vytla Jayaprakash | Dr. Alok Kumar Rohit | Ch. Srinivas "Non Linear Analysis of Diesel Engine Connecting Rod" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18485.pdf
Simulation Approach with MATLAB GUI for Teaching Electronic Engineering Subjects published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
RAKESH PRASAD,Dr. P. K. SUBRAMAINIAM The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of SAQ training and Plyometric training on selected motor fitness and physiological variable among junior basketball players. For this purpose, 45junior basketball players were randomly selected from Varanasi of Uttar Pradesh. Their age ranged between 13 to 17 years. The selected subjects were divided into three equal groups of 15 each, group I underwent SAQ training group II underwent Plyometric training and group III acted as Control that did not participate in any other training apart from their regular curricular activities. The subjects were tested on selected variables such as speed and breath holding time prior and after the training period. The selected variables speed was measured by 50 yard dash and breath holding time was measured by manually. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to analyze the significant difference, if any among the three groups on selected variables. It was concluded from the results of the study that after the training programme there was a significant improvement in the speed and breath holding time for training group when compared with the control group.

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