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Determinants of Students’ Satisfaction towards Hybrid Distance Learning published in

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DayalSandhu, Prof.ArchanaKapoor The purpose of this study was to investigate features of hybrid learning environments. Data gathered with Distance Education Learning Environments Survey (DELES) were used to discover the relationship between student satisfaction and the ensuing predictor variables: instructor support, student interaction and collaboration, authentic learning, personal relevance, active learning, and student autonomy. The applicants of this study were 80 students of M.B.A enrolled in distance learning centers of Dayalbagh Educational Institute in Agra city. Results of the correlation analysis reveals that three of the six DELES measures, namely, authentic learning, personal relevance and active learning, shown negligible and positive correlation related to student satisfaction and student autonomy shown slight and positive correlation linked to student satisfaction. This result gives feedback to institutions offering hybrid distance learning sessions and to educators assessing satisfaction of their students.
A REVIEW ON CONDITIONAL ASSESSMENT OF BRIDGE STRUCTURES published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
A. G. More*, V. M. Bogar Recently a bridge on Savitri River Mumbai-Goa Highway near Mahad, about 170 km from Mumbai collapsed due to heavy rain and flood which was built in British era. The age of bridge is approx 100 years. Similar examples have been seen around which result in heavy loss of lives and public property. As a structural Engineer it is a need of the hour to maintain existing structure with rehabilitation and strengthening as per the requirement for safety. This paper reviews the literature of various approaches for condition / damage assessment of structures. Damage assessment initiates to adopt the most efficient approaches to ensure the most effective method. In this paper an attempt for selection of methods for condition assessment of bridge structures
REQUIREMENT BASED COMPATIBLE COMPOSITION OF VIRTUAL SERVICES FROM MULTIPLE CLOUDS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anu Gupta Cloud is not an upcoming technology anymore. It’s a well - established and booming technology in industry now. Almost every IT or non IT firm now want to get rid of their data centre ’s responsibilities and shifting it to cloud. So they are hiring services from cloud. It may be a single cloud or multiple clouds to give services to the user. This paper provides a framework where user or customer is hiring services from different cloud vendors and we want those services to be compatible to each other as well as to the pre - existing environment of customer along with that it should fulfil the user requirements e. g. minimum deployme nt time, minimum cost and maximum Reliability. This paper also penlights different concerns while hiring services from cloud vendors. As virtualization is a necessary tool while deploying cloud, all services are virtual services from cloud service provider . So, virtualization also plays a vital role while distributing services
Study of Soils Stabilized Using Industrial Waste for Sandbag Shelter published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Miss. V. B. Sankpal, Prof. D. S. Patil Sandbag construction is a flexible form rammed earth technique where in polypropylene bags are filled with appropriate earth mix and barbed wire acting as a mortar between two layers. For the earth mix different properties were tested for black cotton soil, red colour soil and lateritic soil for selection of best soil. Black cotton soil mixed with 40% stone dust gives 5.23 N/mm2, compressive strength as compare to red soil and lateritic soil and is suitable as a construction material for Sandbag construction.
Techniques of Soft Tissue Ridge Augmentation – An Overview published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Raghavendra reddy N,Dr. Naarayanen.M.B., Esther Nalini H Defective residual alveolar ridge is commonly encountered problem in dental practice which occurs following traumatic tooth extraction, long standing edentulous space and also as a result of periodontal disease. Failure to manage the alveolar ridge defects and treating the patient with prosthetic replacement leads to compromised results with unaesthetic long pontics. This undesired result can be managed by a procedure called ridge augmentation before doing prosthesis. This present review is focused on various grafting methods and different techniques for soft tissue augmentation.
NON-ADHERENCE AND ITS CONTRIBUTING FACTORS TO ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE MEDICATION IN AMBULATORY HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS IN ADAMA REFERRAL HOSPITAL, OROMIA REGION, ETHIOPIA published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Remedan Anuwer1*, Muluneh Fromsa Seifu1, Belayneh Kefale Gelaw1, Thirumurgan Gunasekaran1, Esayas Tadesse Gebremariam1, Mustefa Ahmed Mohammed1 Background: Hypertension (HTN), or high blood pressure (systolic blood pressure >140 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure >90 mmHg) is an overwhelming global challenge which ranks third as a cause of disability-adjusted life-year. Hypertension causes 7.1 million premature deaths each year worldwide and accounts for 13% of all deaths globally. There are effective medical therapies for hypertension management; but the problem of non-adherence to medical treatment remains a challenge for the medical professionals and social scientists. The objective of this study is to assess the magnitude of adherence and factors for non adherence related to anti-hypertensive treatments in hypertensive patients visiting Adama Referral Hospital. Methodology: An institution based cross-sectional study was conducted at Adama Referral Hospital to assess patient adherence towards antihypertensive therapy. The data was collected by using a pre-tested structured questionnaire after translated to local language, in exit interview method immediately after the patients have got the service, and the collected data was processed and analyzed by using SPSS version 20 computer software. Result: There were 96 respondents during the study period, from 96 respondents 42(43.75%) were males and the rest were females. Among the respondents 33.34% were > 64 years old and 20.83%% were employed. Regarding the educational level larger proportions of respondents can read and write. Among the study population 45.83% of the respondents were orthodox and only 3.12% were others. 29.16% of the respondents had an income of 100-800 Ethiopian birr per month. Majority of respondents were non adherent due to lack of money. It was found that the level of education does not significantly affect knowledge towards adherence. Also majority of patients >64 ages were non adherents to their medication. Conclusion: The overall research finding shows that among 96 respondents of hypertensive patients in Adama Referral Hospital 44(45.8%) were non adherent to the prescribed medication. It was recommended that health professionals must educate hypertensive patients about their disease with specific emphasis on its causes, the severity of the disease, their medications and the consequences of non-adherence with treatment. Keywords: Hypertensive Patients, Adherence, Adama, Prescribed Medicatio
Agronomic evaluation of scented rice (Oryza sativa L) under different planting patterns published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
D. THAWAIT, S. KAR AND A. K. PATEL Rice is life to a majority of people in Asia. The cultivation of rice represents both a way of life and a means to livelihood. India is second largest producer after china and has an area of over 42.2 million hectares and production of 104.32 million tonnes with productivity of 2372 kg ha-1. (Anon. 2012). It is accounts for about 42 per cent of total food grain production and 55 per cent of cereal production in the country. The major portion of rice area is devoted to the coarse and medium slender rice varieties. However, very less area (³ 20% of the total rice area) has been given to the fine and scented rice. Rice quality is the major factor from consumer as well as marketing point of view. Aromatic rice which has stronger aroma and good quality than ordinary rice has more demand in different countries of the world (Bajpai and Singh, 2010). In India, supply of fine and fine scented rice is very less; therefore its market is comparatively high. Most of the fine and fine scented traditional varieties are tall, low productive, low input responsive, long duration and susceptible towards the insect, pest and diseases. Due to this, farmers are unable to make their cultivation a profitable enterprise in this region. It is therefore important to achieve high yield with good quality from scented rice varieties through proper agronomic manipulation. The main objective of this experiment is to improve the yield of scented rice by manipulation of planting spacing and number of seedlings per hill.
Study of Krimighna Effect of “Dhup” An Ayurvedic Dhoopana Product As A Rakshoghna Dhoopana By Sensitivity Method published in

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Dr. Sumitha L , Dr B.S.Prasad Air around us can get contaminated by millions of micro-organisms. Thus it carries a lot of significance to disinfect the area where we reside. The purpose of traditional fumigation techniques may be to reduce the microbial load to non pathogenic level. Which in turn result anticipation of many infectious diseases. In the present study an attempt is made to estimate sensitivity of Dhoopana of an indigenous fumigation formulation ‘DHUP’ Taking all these into consideration, in present study an attempt is made to estimate bacterial sensitivity of Dhoopana, an indigenous fumigation formulation ‘DHUP’ DHUP is prepared by making coarse powder of various herbal drugs. From Hi media laboratory artificial media of Staphylococcus aureus, salmonella abony and E-Coli were procured. 9 plates (3 each) containing bacteria was exposed for 5 minutes of Dhup dhoopana. Growths were observed for sensitivity after 24 hrs of incubation. For comparison paper Dhoopana was used as placebo. Result is found significant as Dhup Dhoopana showed remarkable antibacterial property against staphylococcus aureus, salmonella abony and E-coli by displaying maximum zone of clearance of 3mm, 2.6mm, and 2mm diameter respectively
Application of Kalman Filter on modelling interest rates published in

Journal of Management Sciences

Published by Geist Science
Long H. Vo This study aims to test the feasibility of using a data set of 90-day bank bill forward rates from the Australian market to predict spot interest rates. To achieve this goal I utilized the application of Kalman Filter in a state space model with time-varying state variable. It is documented that in the case of short-term interest rates,the state space model yields robust predictive power. In addition, this predictive power of implied forward rate is heavily impacted by the existence of a time-varying risk premium in the term structure.
Use of Sample Weight in Household Survey: Principles and Practice published in

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Bhim Raj Suwal Household survey generally aims to provide sample estimates for different groups of population. Therefore, prior to sample selection, population is stratified especially based on geographical characteristic of the population and allocated adequate sample size to each stratum. In allocating sample to different strata, survey may follow equal or unequal probability selection method. Sample estimates produced with unequal selection method are said to be biased meaning that they are not valid estimate of population unless adjusted with “weight”. This article aims to review basic principles of sample weight, provide evidences of use of sample weight in official surveys of Nepal, demonstrates procedure to derive sample weights for different types of sample design, assign them to sample data, and derive weighted sample values as unbiased estimate of the population.
IN VITRO STUDIES ON SYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES USING Streptomyces griseoflavus BPM18 AND EVALUATING ITS ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Baskar.V, Subha.K, Kanimozhi.K and Panneerselvam.A Microbial synthesis of nanoparticles has a potential to develop simple, cost effective and eco-friendly methods for the production of technologically important materials. In this study, silver nanoparticles synthesized by Streptomyces griseoflavus BPM18 and characterized by UV - Visible spectroscopy, FT - IR and SEM analysis. The nanoparticles were in the size of ranging from 20 - 60 nm. The morphology of the nanoparticles was mostly spherical shaped. The silver nanoparticle synthesized by Streptomyces griseoflavus BPM18 showed effective inhibitory activity against tested plant pathogen ie., Fusarium oxysporum caused wilt disease in cotton. Synthesized AgNPs by Streptomyces griseoflavus BPM18 could be used effectively to control fungal pathogen. The secondary metabolites produced by Streptomyces griseoflavus BPM18 could be responsible for the observed antifungal activity
DESIGN OF COLD FORMED STEEL COMPRESSION MEMBERS USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V.Kannan The main aim of this study is to demonstrate the usefulness of Artificial Neural Network (ANN) in the creation of knowledge base available in the form of design standards. As an example, in this study, ANN is used for designing of cold - formed steel compression members. A new methodology is developed for selection of cold formed steel compression members using ANN simulation. This methodology facilitates in quick selection of the cold formed section with minimum weight and adequate load carrying capacity is possible for column design from the available sections.
SECRET SPLITTING SCHEME: A REVIEW? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Nikita Dhule, Mr. Amit Sahu? For protecting sensitive information Secret splitting technique is employed, like crypto logic keys. It’s wont to give a secret worth to variety of parts-shares-that need to be merging along to induce the first worth. These shares will then lean to individual parties that shield them exploitation customary suggests that, e.g., memorize, store in a very pc or in a very safe. Secret splitting is employed in trendy cryptography to attenuate the risks related to compromised information. Splitting a secret distributes the danger of compromising the worth across many parties. Customary security assumptions of secret splitting schemes state that once Associate in nursing resister gets access to any variety of shares lowers than some outlined threshold; it gets no data of the key worth. In recent years, security of operations going down over a network becomes important. It’s necessary to safeguard such actions against “bad” users who might attempt to misuse the system (e.g. steal MasterCard numbers, browse personal mails, execute actions while not authorization, or impersonate different users). Several crypto logic protocols and schemes were designed to unravel issues of this kind.
Influence of pre-harvest spray of growth regulators on the quality and shelf life of baby corn during storage at room temperature published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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

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K. Kavitha, K. Sreelatha Objective: The purpose of the study is to evaluate and identify prevalence of genital cause as an important etiological factor for dysuria and also the common causative organism involved; and relative incidence of urinary tract and genital tract infections in relation to age and parity. Methodology: Study involved 100 pregnant women with complaint of dysuria,attending Antenatal clinic of department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology ,of Government General hospital attached to Kurnool Medical college,Kurnool during the year 2006.They were selected irrespective of age,parity,gestational age. After detailed examination, midstream urine sample was subjected for microscopic evidence of pyuria ,gram’s staining and microbial culture.Two vaginal swabs were collected and subjected to wet mount examination , culture and sensitivity. Results: Out of 100 patients with dysuria, 54% had urinary tract infection,26% had vulvovaginitis,16% had combined infection, where as in 10%,no cause could be detected. Conclusion: The frequency of genital tract infection as a cause of dysuria increases with age and parity.Candida and E.coli were the most predominant organisms pathogens identified
Why Water is Not a Renewable Resource? -A Study of its Impact on Human Life published in

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Thiyagaraj . V. By 2050 or so, the human population is expected to pass nine billion. Those billions will be seeking food, water and other resources on a planet where humans are already shaping climate and the web of life.Agriculture, as the single largest user of freshwater on a global basis and as a major cause of degradation of surface and groundwater resources through erosion and chemical runoff, has cause to be concerned about the global implications of water quality. The associated agro food-processing industry is also a significant source of organic pollution in most countries."Eutrophication" is the enrichment of surface waters with plant nutrients.
A Comparitive Evaluation on Hydration Status and Hydration Knowledge of Young and Adoloscent Male Sports Players published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. M. Sobana, Dr. Josephine Nirmala Many Hydration is the biggest nutritional barrier among players. Adequate knowledge on hydration helps the players to improve fluid intake habits and thereby hydration status and sports performance. This study compared the fluid habits, hydration status and hydration knowledge between 60 young and 60 adolescent male sports players. The young players exhibited good fluid intake habits than adolescents, but less in quantity, which resulted in poor hydration status. A significant difference in hydration status was recorded. The adolescent player’s hydration knowledge was good than young players. A positive relationship was found between hydration knowledge and hydration status, which indicates the necessity of continuous monitoring of hydration status and frequent hydration education to the sports players.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO FIND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACTIVE IMPLEMENTATION VERSUS PASSIVE IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY ABOUT BACK CARE ADVICE IN NONSPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN AMONG PARAMEDICAL STUDENTS. published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Dr.Mona A. Salih*, Dr.Vijay Kumar**, Dr Siddaram Patil*** Lower back pain is ranked first as a cause of disability and inability to work, and expected to affect up to 90% of the world’s population at some point in their live.1It is the most common and costly musculoskeletal problem affecting the working population. The consequences to injured workers range from temporary discomfort to permanent disability. It is also leading cause of disability in people under 45 years of age and accounts for roughly 40% of all disability claims in the West. In India, approximately 35% people suffer from chronic back pain, which significantly hampers their day-to-day routine.[2]
Incorporating Substation Related Outages in Composite System Reliability Evaluation published in

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Prof. Dr Ahmed Rezkaboul Wafaa, Doaa Adelsabry, Prof. Dr Muhamed Abdlatifbadr The reliability evaluation of a bulk power system normally includes the independent outages of generating units, transformers and transmission lines. Station originated outages, can, however, also have a significant effect on the composite system adequacy indices. Terminal station related failure events such as failures of breakers, transformers and bus sections are a major cause of multiple outages of major components (generators and/or transmission lines etc.). This paper illustrates the effects of terminal stations in composite system reliability evaluation by using the RBTS Reliability Test System (RBTS). The paper also presents a basic reliability test system. The basic system data necessary for adequacy evaluation at the generation and composite generation and transmission system levels are presented together with the fundamental data required to conduct reliability cost/reliability worth evaluation
REKONSTRUKSI POLA PIKIR HAKIM DALAM MEMUTUSKAN PERKARA KORUPSI BERBASIS HUKUM PROGRESIF published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
M. Syamsudin This study aims to reveal and then reconstruct the mindset of judges in deciding corruption cases based Progressive Law. Academic question posed is whether the condition of existing as the mindset of judges in deciding cases of corruption and how to build a new construction mindset of judges based on the principles of Progressive Law. This research is classified in the tradition of non-doctrinal legal research with sosiolegal approach. Data collected by interview, observation and document study and then analyzed following the interactive model of Mattew B. Miles and A. Michael Haberman. The results of study indicate the need for new construction mindset of judges based progressive law. This is based on the empirical reality that the judge handling the case of corruption by many experienced deterioration and failure to bring the law in a fair, useful and protect the interests of society. The mindset of the judge who figured positivistic needs to be reorganized under the new progressive mindset in deciding the various legal problems that emerged recently that the more complex and complicated, especially in deciding the case of corruption. Judges at all levels of education and environmental justice needs to be improved for the judge able to resolve various legal issues properly, fairly and wisely. Key words: reconstruction, the mindset of judges, corruption cases, progressive law
Obesity as a noticeable cause of physical stress; a study on relationship of physical exertion and cardiovascular parameters published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Chaudhari L.M. and Rathod S.Z. We measured the linear and mass attenuation coefficient of glucose solution at different concentrations with varying the path length using gamma ray energy 360 keV. The experimental values are in good arrangement and validate absorption law.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EU COUNTRIES AND TURKEY IN TERMS OF INNOVATION PERFORMANCE published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

Published by PressAcademia
Nuray Tezcan The aim of this study is to compare European Union (EU) and Turkey in terms of innovation performance and to determine similar and dissimilar countries. To compare EU countries and Turkey, multidimensional scaling analysis and cluster analysis are employed. In this study, innovation performance of the countries is measured by basic indicators such as number of patents, trademarks, industrial designs and R&D density, R&D personnel and innovation scores of the countries. Findings obtained from analyses support each other and according to results it has been seen that Turkey is in the same performance group with countries that are called as Modest Innovators. The performance of the Modest Innovators is well below that of EU27 and they belong to upper-middle income level.
Knowledge and use of computer by the Scientists of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
BUTANI KETANKUMAR* AND D.S. DHILLON The present study was undertaken to ascertain the knowledge of scientists regarding computer, its use by them in teaching, research and extension and problems being faced by them in its use. A sample of 200 scientists working in teaching, research and extension system of the PAU was drawn by using probability proportional to size (PPS) sampling technique. The data were collected by using distributed questionnaire approach. The findings of the study revealed that majority of the scientists belonged to age group of 44 to 56 years, hailed from rural families, were Associate Professors, most of them had total annual income of Rs. 7-11 lakhs and had service experience of 7-15 years with two trainings. Majority of the scientist were male, had Ph.D educational qualification and belonged to farming families. The findings of the study further indicated that two-third of the scientists had high level of knowledge of computer mainly for the purpose of computer information retrieval or data updating while more than half of them had experience in computer use up to 5 years. It was further noticed that among various computer facilities available, Internet accessing had an added advantage of its ready availability as compared to others. Insufficient budget provision for the purchase and minor repairs of computer mostly restricted the use of different computer tools whereas the major problem faced by the scientists in the use of computers was the lack of regular training. Therefore, they had suggested that the sufficient budget should be provided for the purchase and minor repairs of computer as well as sufficient number of scientists should be trained regularly from time to time
Effect of Supplementation of Mulberry Leaf Powder on The Hemoglobin Levels of The Selected Adolescent Girls published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M. Manju Vani Iron is an essential element for blood production. About 70% of our body’s iron is found in the red blood cells of our blood called hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is essential for transferring oxygen in our blood from the lungs to tissues. If the blood is deficit with hemoglobin it leads to a condition called “anemia” characterized by tiredness and lethargy, shortness of breath, heart palpitations and pale complexion. Hemoglobin levels can be improved through iron supplementation either through drugs (or) diet. Diets rather than drugs commanded central attraction in treating anaemia. Inspite of drug therapy, management by diet is still the backbone of the control of many deficiency disorders. The present study was undertaken to assess the supplementation of mulberry leaf powder to the selected adolescent girls. The sample consists of 200 randomly selected adolescent girls from one government high school and junior college in Tirupati, out of which 60 subjects were in control group and 60 subjects were in experimental group. It is clearly evident from the results that the hemoglobin levels of the experimental group of subjects has shown a significance difference when compared to the control group tells that, mulberry has the function of improving the hemoglobin levels and helps in nourishing the blood.
Biogenic amines production and its relationship with psychrophilic bacteria load in whole yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) during ice storage published in

Basic Research Journal of Food Science and Technology

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pandove G* and Sahota P The survival rate of reccurent water borne pathogens isolates Aeromonas hydrophila, Yersinia enterocolitica, Listeria spp. and E.coli was investigated in artificially created water microcosm (tap water, millipore filter water, mineral water and tap water with biofilm ). Both the pathogens A. hydrophila and Yersinia enterocolitica with highest incidence(65-80%) of occurence in drinking water of Punjab showed autochthonous survival rate under copiotropic and oligotropic conditions, E. coli was short lived detected till 60 days in Tap water and Mineral water whereas E.coli count increased gradually from log102.13 to log107.0 on day 90, thereafter sudden decrease in count to log102.0 on 120th day, then on 135th day no viable. Under psychrophilic conditions, Aeromonas hydrophila (log101.92) Yersinia enterocolitica ( log101.60) survival rate was depicted till 135th day and Listeria spp.( log1.77) on 135th day. .Thus study revealed that E.coli is short lived whereas Aeromonas hydrophila better adapted to all the environmental conditions. Therefore it could be better indicator of bacteriological quality of drinking water. The implication of this study is that a water supply may be adjudged fit and safe for human consumption based on the E. coli and coliform standards (ISO10500)whereas in actual sense it contains more deadly pathogens. In addition, due to emphasis on the monitoring of classical pollution indicators, not much is being done with regards to the survival and epidemiology of resistant strains in drinking water, either as free or attached cells. Thus over all studied revealed that, E.coli do not adequately reflect the occurrence of pathogens in drinking water may be due to their relatively high susceptibility to disinfection.
An Investigation of Job Satisfaction of organizational Commitment of Software Employees published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.V.R.Nedunchezhian, G.Selvaraju The purpose of this study is to determine whether feelings of job satisfaction would lead to organizational commitment by software employees. For assessing job satisfaction and organizational commitment of individuals in the context of IT industry, questionnaire has been applied to the employees of software firms in the IT industry. Using questionnaire responses ranged from strongly disagree to strongly agree, with higher scores indicating higher levels of each form of commitment. The measurement scale for job satisfaction was based on the Job Satisfaction Index which considered all facets of the job when measuring job satisfaction. The statistical tools are used to measure the job satisfaction of organizational commitment in this study. Out of 236 surveys requested, 156 responded yielding a 66% respond rate. The results from the survey on job satisfaction were compared to the results reported for the level of organizational commitment. The research revealed a relatively strong correlation between job satisfaction and organizational commitment.
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF STEM BARK OF OUGEINIA OOJEINENSIS (ROXB.)HOCHR published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mohan Mandrekar, Vedita Hedge Desai, Madhusudan Joshi, Yogita sardessai, Arun Joshi Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.) Hochr, is an ethnomedicinal plant of Western Ghats seen in deciduous forests. Since ancient times, plant bark has been used to treat several ailments based on traditional knowledge such as inflammation, constipation, leprosy, skin allergy, leucoderma, diarrhoea, dysentery, gonorrhoea, and diabetes. It is also useful in vitiated conditions like urrorrhagia, verminosis, haemorrhages, fever, ulcers, and general debility. This investigation was carried out to assess the antimicrobial activity of ethanolic extract of its stem bark. This is a first report of antimicrobial study done on this plant. Methodology: The stem bark was collected, washed and dried completely. The dried bark was then coarsely powdered .Approximately 100gm of the powdered drug was extracted with 0.5 litre of ethanol (95%) by using the cold maceration technique for three days with occasional shaking. After completion of three days, the ethanol layer was decanted off. The process of maceration was repeated thrice. The solvent from t otal extract was distilled off and the concentrate was evaporated to syrupy consistency and then evaporated to dryness. The antimicrobial activity was screened by using agar diffusion method against 10 bacterial strains and 1 fungal strain. Result: The ethanolic extract of Ougeinia oojeinensis was found to exert significant antimicrobial activity against all the tested bacteria particularly against Salmonella typhimurium and the yeast Candida albicans. Conclusion: The claim on use of this plant bark in folk medicine is justified and extract has phytoconstituents which have potential anti-candidiasis and anti-salmonella properities.
ANALYZING THE RETAILER'S PROFIT IN ELECTRICITY MARKET BASED ON CONSUMER'S BEHAVIOR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kourosh Apornak*, Faramarz Faghihi Due to exchange costs, only huge consumers select direct buy from wholesale market. Most small and medium consumers, buy energy from retail market (this market has bought electricity from wholesale market). In this model, the “wires” activities of distribution companies are normally separated from their retail activities; because these companies no longer have the local monopoly for providing electricity in the area they cover. Thus, in this model the exclusive function is only related to constructing and exploiting the transmission and distribution network. Retailers are essential for small consumers, because small consumers buy electric energy from a retailer and hire a connection from their local distribution company. Contribution of small consumers in the market is not beyond the selection of a retailer between all the retailers, and also they do not have an active role like big consumers through direct buy from the market.
Molybdenum application for enhancing growth, yield and soil health on green gram (VignaradiataL.) published in

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Dr.J.Karpagam, Girish Chander A field experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of molybdenum (Mo) application on greengram (Vamban-2) yield and soil properties during the summer season of 2011 at National Pulses Research Centre, Vamban, Pudukkottai.The treatments comprised of six Mo levels viz., 0,200,400,600,800 and 1000 g sodium molybdate(Na2MoO4.2H2O)per hectare. Soil of the experimental field was sandy clay loam (sand – 56%, silt – 15% and clay – 28%) in texture,low in organic carbon (0.36%) and nitrogen (105.3 kg ha-1),medium in phosphorous (38.40 kg ha-1) and high in potassium (203.64 kg ha-1) with pH 5.61.Results showed significantly higher green gram growth and yield under Mo application @ 1000 g sodium molybdate (Na2MoO4•2H2O) per hectare. Available nitrogen and molybdenum contents in soil increased with increasing levels of Mo. The Highest benefit:cost ratio of 2.79 was recorded with soil application of Mo @ 1000 g sodium molybdate per hectare.
Standarisation, acceptability and digestibility of tempeh with cowpea and greengram published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
P.S. LAKSHMY AND V. USHA A variety of indigenous fermented foods exist today, however, tempeh has been one of the most widely accepted and researched moldmodified fermented products. Tempeh is a traditional fermented food made from soaked and cooked soybean inoculated with a mould, Rhizopus oligosporus. After fermentation, the soybean is bound together into a compact cake by dense cottony mycelium. In this study, tempeh was prepared using different types of legumes such as soybean, greengram and cowpea in different proportions. The acceptability study of the tempeh was done by preparing chips and roast and it was found that all the treatments were highly acceptable. In vitro, starch and protein digestibility scores of the different treatments were also found to be high. Tempeh made with 100 % greengram gave the best result with the highest acceptability and digestibility scores.
STUDY OF PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF FERMENTED MARES MILK TO DEVELOP KAS MEDICATED PRODUCTS FOR CHILDREN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gulbakhor Dilmuradovna Karimova; Nina Aleksandrovna Gorbatovskaya The paper studies Mares milk as an alternative raw material in the manufacture of baby food, as it is in the protein composition and structure as close breast milk.
Diversity and Distribution of Phytoplankton From Some Estuaries in Sindhudurg District of Maharashtra published in

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Surekha N. Dhumal, Anjali B. Sabale Present work deals with diversity and distribution of phytoplankton at a few estuaries from Sindhudurg district along the west coast of Maharashtra during summer season (May). A total of 130 species belonging to 54 genera and five classes of phytoplankton namely, cyanophyceae, Chlorophyceae, Dinophyceae, Coccolithophoraceae and Bacillariophyceae have been reported. Out of these Achanthusbrevipes v. intermedia, Nitzschiaconstricta, N. nana, Skeletonemacostatum, andLicmophoraparadoxawere common at all sites. The density of phytoplankton was more at Adbandar estuary (39) and minimum at Mithbav estuary (27). The number of Bacillariophyceae members was maximum at all the sites. The result concluded that the selected estuaries are more fertile with rich phytoplankton productivity.
RealBDA: A REAL TIME BIG DATA ANALYTICS FOR REMOTE SENSING DATA BY USING MAPREDUCE PARADIGM published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES & RESEARCH TECHNOLOGY

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Yaman Kumar Gunturi*, K. Kishore Raju Enormous data generated by Satellite sensors, Storage and Processing of Remote Sensing Data is a challenging task due to its variety and volume. This paper studied on real-time Big Data Analytical architecture for remote sensing satellite application. To handle Remote Sensing Data proposed architecture comprises three main units, such as Data Pre-Processing Unit (DPREU), Data Analysis Unit (DAU) and Data Post-Processing Unit (DPOSTU). First, DPREU acquires the required data from satellite sensors by using filtration, balanced distributed storage and parallel processing using Hadoop environment. Second, DAU identifies the hidden patterns from data stored in distributed File System using Map functions followed by Reduce functions in Map-Reduce paradigm. Finally, DPOSTU is the upper layer unit of the proposed architecture, which is responsible for compiling storage of the results, and generation of decision based on the results received from DAU
The Relationship Between the Consumer Price Index, Operating Cycle, Size and Growth Opportunities with the Cash Holding in Tehran Stock Exchange published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Ebrahim Abbasi Meysam Kaviani Sara Boostani Cash holding in businesses depends largely on their resource management because operational activities in a period which usually lasts one year concern the recognition and optimal management of working capital. The working capital is not primarily determined to increase profits but managers try to obtain a favorable level of liquidity so that they can meet the company’s profitability goals. This article aims to explain the relationship between consumer price index (CPI), operating cycle, and size and growth opportunities with cash holding in Tehran stock Exchange. To achieve this goal, 75 companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange whose financial data were accessible from 2012 to 2016 were selected as the research sample. The results indicated that CPI and the operating cycle have no significant relationship with cash holding. In addition, the analysis of other variables suggested that the firm size, net changes in working capital, changes in current liabilities, and cash holding have a significant relationship with cash holding. Finally, the results of this study showed that there is a significant relationship between the company size and cash holding, while growth opportunities do not show any significant correlation with cash holding.
A Study on Customer Awareness Towards E-Banking Services in Coimbatore City published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs. M. Esther Krupa, Major. Dr. R. Rajasekaran Banks operate in a highly globalised, liberalized, privatized and a competitive environment. Indian banking industry has witnessed a tremendous developments due to sweeping changes that are taking place in the Information technology. In today’s scenario most of banks offer services through the electronic medium called E-banking. E-banking is creating lot of changes in the banking industry. Though all banking sector are providing e-banking, the main question is whether the customers are aware of all the e-banking services offered by their banks. So, it becomes necessary to study the customer awareness level towards e-banking services. The present study is a modest attempt made to know customer awareness on e-banking services provided by the banks in Coimbatore city. The major tool used for the data collection is questionnaire. For the purpose of the study, required primary data have also been collected along with secondary data. A standard methodology has been adopted and various statistical tools have been used to extract the output.
A Comparative Study of Inservice And Pupil Teachers in Respect of Their Attitude Towards Teaching Profession published in

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Vimal Vidushy This research was conducted to study the attitude of in-service and pupil teachers towards teaching. A Sample consisted 400 teachers taken in to two groups (N=200), one group consisted of 200 in-service teachers from various government and government aided schools of Khanna and Mandi Gobindgarh of Punjab state and the second group consisted of the same number of pupil teachers from education colleges of Khanna and Mandi Gobindgarh. Incidental non-random sampling techniques were employed for the selection of the sample. Teacher Attitude inventory developed by Ahluwalia (1976) was used. Mean, S.D. and t-ratio computed and found that in-service and pupil teachers do not differ significantly in their attitude towards teaching. It was found that attitude towards teaching of female pupil teachers is significantly higher than male pupil teachers and attitude of male in-service teachers is significantly higher than male pupil teachers.
Indoor Air Quality and Health Hazards of Rural Women published in

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Swati Srivastava, Ritu Singhvi Air Quality is generally described as a combination of the physical & chemical that make air a healthful resource for man, animals & plants. It enables man to continue his domestic, social, industrial & recreational activities. The physical & chemical characteristic of air is constantly changing. Natural forces are responsible for physical changes, while chemical changes are caused mainly by the human activities. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a term which refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Indoor air quality can be affected by gases (including carbonmonoxide, radon,volatile), particulates, microbial contaminants(mold, bacteria), or any mass or energy stressor that can induce adverse health conditions. Rural women spend the majority of their time indoors, where they face significant health risks due to repeated exposure to air pollutants in their homes. Exposure to these pollutants can lead to numerous immediate and long-term health problems.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF COPPER (II) COMPLEX WITH CIPROFLOXACIN ANTIBIOTIC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Richa Kothari1, Brajraj Sharma*2, Swati Sahawal3, Kumari Neha4, Sunanda Kr. Mandal5, Shruti Birthare6 and Vipul Shivhare7 New complex of copper (II) with ciprofloxacin & thiosemicarbazide Schiff base has been synthesized, Schiff base ligand and its Cu(II) complex were characterized by various physico -chemical techniques like elemental analysis, m.pt. , TLC, molar conductance measurement, magnetic susceptibility measurement, LC-MS, H1NMR, FT-IR and electronic spectral studies. The magnetic moment and electronic spectra studies suggested distorted octahedral geometry for Cu (II) complex. The monoanionic thiosemicarbazonate ligand act in a tridentate mode, binding through azo-methine nitrogen and sulfur atom. The synthesized ligand and its Cu (II) complex were screened for their invitro antibacterial activity using disc diffusion method against the gram positive and gram negative bacterial strain E. coli and S. aureus using nutrient agar medium. Streptomycin was used as standard in the test. Both the compounds showed remarkable antibacterial activity in comparison to antibiotics. Antioxidant activity of the ligand and its Cu (II) complex was screened using the DPPH scavenging assay. Both the compounds showed potent antioxidant activity in the range 80 – 97%.
Simulation study on copulas published in

Sahand Communications in Mathematical Analysis

Published by University of Maragheh
Sinem Tu?ba ?ahin Tekin, Vadoud Najjari, H. Hasan Örkcü There are several theorical results about order statistics and copulas in the literature that have been mentioned also by Nelsen*. The present study after reviewing some of these results, relies on simulation technique to investigate the mentioned results about order statistics and copulas. The study concentrates on two well known Archimedean Gumbel and Frank families in the case that marginal functions F(k) and G(k) have di erent distributions.
Effect of Different Citric Acids Levels on Quality Papaya Candy Prepared by Various Methods published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Chauhan Neelesh, Samsher, Singh Papu, Singh B.R., Singh Sweta Experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of different processing methods, citric acid levels and packaging materials on physico-chemical and sensory quality of fresh as well as stored papaya candy. The citric acid levels of 0.5%, 0.75% and 1.0% were used for all three processing methods. After preparation of papaya candy, the finished products were packed in three packaging materials viz; glass jars, PET jars and PP pouches and stored at room temperature for quality evaluation at 30, 60 and 90 days interval. The data obtained for acidity of fresh samples of papaya candy indicated that with increase in citric acid levels, the acidity increased in processing method.
MODAL ANALYSIS OF QUARTER CAR MODEL SUSPENSION SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Viswanath. K. Allamraju * Suspension system is very important for comfort driving and travelling of the passengers. Therefore, this study provides a numerical tool for modeling and analyzing of a two degree of freedom quarter car model suspension system. Modal analysis places a vital role in designing the suspension system. In this paper presented the modal analysis of quarter car model suspension system by considering the undamped and damped factors. The modal and vertical equations of motions describing the suspension system were then solved theoretically for damping cases. The program was used successfully to solve the actual coupled equations and to plot the results.
Public-Private Participation in Higher Education; An Introspection on The Quality Delivery and of Social Inclusion. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Prince.TC It is my earnest attempt to view the public-private venture in Indian higher education through the prisms of quality delivery and of social inclusion of marginalized sections; and furthermore, whether the collaboration acts as a catalyst for an organized upward social mobility? While this is the case, (PPP model) what is the role of the government and its various agencies in sustaining the very objectives of the University Grants Commission such as expansion, equity and excellence of higher education? The strategic role of private sector in Indian higher education The public-private partnership involves long lasting relationships between these sectors and both are equally benefiting out of the venture. Many countries in the world over have successfully been experimented this partnership model in different sectors including health, education, telecom, banking, construction etc. Indian higher education, on the one hand is undergoing a phase of apprehension-cantered transition, as opportunities along with required standard of facilities on a wide variety of subjects remain disproportionate to the number of students eligible for higher studies, followed by irregular funding; and on the other hand is a series of crisis ranging from policy-paralysis to implementation delay and from autonomy to assessment as well. The private sector now accounts for nearly 64% of the total institutions for higher education and 59% of total student enrolment of higher education in India. We therefore should not omit the role and contribution of private sector side by side with public sector for the sustained growth of Indian higher education system , in general and of professional education , in particular. The very debut of private- stake in Indian higher education therefore, seeks mainly to address two extremes of problem that policy bottle-neck and financial bottle neck. The quality delivery and social inclusion of Indian higher education The public-private partnerships in higher education are often found of not fulfilling the mandatory provisions of India, including quality delivery of services against international standards and inclusion of weaker sections –SC/ST/OBC, minorities and physically disabled population, as well. For the better quality assurance, it is inevitable to make a shift of criteria for measuring the effectiveness of higher education from traditional point of view (teaching, research and community services) to modern point of view (market ready work force, the conducive input support system with a modern outlook for academic improvements and research &teaching capabilities with world class quality retention).
Socio-Economic Conditions of Women Beneficiaries in Anantapur District, Andhra Pradesh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jenney Muthyalu, K. D. L. Job Paul In India self help groups (SHGs) represent a unique approach to financial intermediation. The main aim of SHG is to improve economic conditions. SHGs enable women to grow then savings and to access the credit which banks are willing to lend. More than 30 per cent of the respondents are in the age group of 36 – 45 years, one fourth of the respondents belong to BC community and 82 per cent of the respondents are Hindus. Around 63 per cent of the respondents have up to upper primary education and more than 41 per cent of the respondents have agriculture as primary occupation. Around 48 per cent of the respondents have pucca house and around 72 per cent of the respondents have the income in the range of Rs.10000 – 20000.
Comparison of the analgesic and hemodynamic effects of intrathecal ropivacaine with dexmedetomidine in lower limb surgeries published in

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Dr Vikas Singh, Dr. Mohd. Imran, Dr Dinesh Kaushal Objective: To compare the analgesic and hemodynamic effects of intrathecal with dexmedetomidine in lower limb surgeries. Methods: Patient aged 18-50 years belonging to ASA physical status 1 or 2 planned for lower limb surgery were included in this study. On the basis of computer generated random table, patients were divided in to following two groups (25 in each): Group R+D was given intratecal dexmedetomidine (3ml of ropivacaine 0.5% plus 3mic.gm dexmedetomidine intrathecally) and Group R had been the control group. Results: On comparing, the age, sex, height, weight and ASA grade of the groups were found similar i.e. did not differed significantly (p>0.05). The mean HR in Group R and R+D increased just after the surgery while in Group R+D, it remains almost similar to baseline. The mean MAP in Group R increased just after the spinal anesthesia while mean MAP in group R+D remained similar as compared to baseline. The mean time to achieve T10 sensory block lowered significantly in Group R+D (p<0.001) as compared to Group R. There was significant difference in the mean intra-operative VAS (p=0.01) and maximum sedation (p<0.001) between both the groups. A significantly difference in time to 1st analgesic requirement (p<0.001) and the time to 1st analgesia requirement was observed in both the groups. Not much difference was observed in the proportion of adverse effects between the groups. Conclusion: Our study establishes dexmedetomidine as superior drug as an adjunct to intrathecal ropivacaine 0.5% for patients undergoing lower limb surgery as it provides faster onset of anesthesia, better intraoperative and postoperative analgesia and prolonged duration of motor and sensory blockade without significant increase in adverse effects.
LEFT-STAR AND RIGHT-STAR PARTIAL ORDERING OF S-UNITARY MATRICES published in

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A. Govindarasu Some results relating to left-star,right-star partial ordering of s-unitary matrices are obtained. Based on these results ,theorems relating to several characterizations of left-star partial ordering between rightstar partial ordering of s-unitary matrices are derived.
Buried Object Discrimination in a Ground Penetrating Radar Radargram published in

Bonfring International Journal of Advances in Image Processing

Published by BONFRING
M.P. Priyadarshini and Dr.G. Indumathi Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a non-destructive technique used for the location of objects or interfaces buried beneath the earth's surface or located within a visually opaque structure. This research work proposes techniques for buried object discrimination for the images generated by GPR by using GPR frequency-domain spectral features. The motivation for this approach comes from the fact that landmine targets and clutter objects often have different shapes and/or composition, yielding different Energy Density Spectrum (EDS) that may be exploited for their discrimination. The proposed system comprises cascade of two stages: Pre - Processing Stage, followed by Discrimination Stage. Pre Processing eliminates the ground bounce and clutter to get an enhanced image. Enhancement is followed by Landmine or clutter Discrimination using Energy Density Spectrum. All implementations are done using MATLAB.
The Essence of Classical Odissi Music published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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PROF.(Dr.) JAGANNATH KUANR Application of new ‘Raga’ or tunes indicates that developing of musical trends in accordance of our Indian contemporary music; the predecessors of our music have established a special identity for us. As a result of which we feel proud today for our tradition of Odissi music. The most unique nature in Odissi music as said in Sanskrit language is – “Na Drut na Bilambita” which means that neither it is very speed nor fast nor it is too slow. Hence it belongs to a proportionate class or similar. Hence the velocity of our music maintains certain stability along with a beautiful and artistic presentation which displays its special identity. On the basis of functioning range of our music, it usually transforms itself into a smooth and beautiful it into a smooth and beautiful form during presentation and thus it maintains it uniqueness
MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE LABIAL SALIVARY GLANDS OF THE SHEEP (OVIS ARIES) published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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A.D. Singh, R. K. Jain, Pawan Kumar, Kritima Kapoor The present study was undertaken on ten healthy adult sheep of local mixed breed of either sex to study the histomorphological, histochemical and micrometrical studies on the labial salivary glands of sheep. The labial salivary glands were of branched tubuloacinar type having loose irregular connective tissue and surrounded by myoepithelial cells. The parenchyma was comprised of secretory units (adenomeres) and ductal system. The adenomeres were of seromucous type with predominance of mucous acini. Histochemically, the mucous cells contained mucosubstances, glycogen, mucopolysaccharides, mucin and lipids while serous cells were negative to all these histochemical reactions.
Effect of Varying Welding Current With Constant Voltage on The Hardness of The Weld Bead of Similar or Different Materials published in

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Sunil Kumar, Abhinay Kumar, Pardeep Kumar The need to achieve higher productivity and stringent safety requirement have put growing emphasis on the use of automated welding systems and submerged arc welding is employed in semiautomatic or automatic mode in industry. In this type of automated applications, the control of the weld bead has become very essential this is due to the fact that mechanical strength of the weld does not only depends upon the composition of the metal but it is also affected by the shape of the weld bead formed during the welding. The acceptable shape of the weld bead depends upon a number of factors such as current, voltage, welding speedetc. In this paper, the effect of varying welding current with constant voltage on the hardness of the weld bead of similar or different materials has been studied. The materials used in the study are stainless steel and mild steel. The tests which are used for the hardness testing are Brinell hardness test and Charpy Impact test.
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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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A Study of Pregnancy Associated Asymptomatic Bacteriuria in a Tertiary Care Hospital published in

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Dr. S. S. M. Umamageswari Md, Dr. Swarnapriya K, Dr. A. S. Shameem Banu Asymptomatic bacteriuria is common in pregnant women but it is not screened routinely If asymptomatic bacteriuria is not identified and treated among pregnant women, it may lead to many maternal and foetal complications. The objective of this study is to determine the prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria among pregnant women, to identify commonest microorganism causing asymptomatic bacteriuria and their local antimicrobial resistances. urine samples were collected from 330 asymptomatic pregnant woman attending antenatal outpatient department in Chettinad hospital. Control group were 80 healthy non pregnant females. In our study the prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant women is 9.39%. Escherichia coli (35%) was the most frequently isolated micro-organism, followed by Klebsiella species (16%). Four Escherichia coli and oneKlebsiella were multidrug resistant.All the pregnant women should be screened for asymptomatic bacteriuria by urine culture.
Depression & Social Support Among Wed & Unwed Mothers published in

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Santhosh A J, Dr. Soumya Starlet C T Unwed mother is a person who is pregnant or has a dependent child or dependent children, out of wedlock. The present study aims at the problem of unwanted pregnancies and consequent psychological state, and the role of social support in influencing the levels of depression. Sample consisted of the wed and unwed mothers. Tools used were Beck depression inventory (BDI-II) and the multidimensional scale of perceived social support. Result reveals that there is much higher depression level in the unwed mothers. Social support from the significant other, family and friends were found to be lower in the unwed mothers compared to wed mothers. The result shows that a negative correlation is obtained between different dimensions of social support and depression, indicating that when the social support decreases the level of depression increases.
EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY IN A FACTORY published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Tobias Mersmann*1 Peter Nyhuis2 In the current economic climate, for many businesses it is generally no longer sufficient to pursue exclusively economic interests. Instead, integrating ecological and social goals into the corporate targets is becoming ever more important. In the scientific literature there are many approaches to evaluate sustainability. However, it was determined that none of the present approaches can be used to evaluate the sustainability of a factory and its stakeholders at one time and propose measures to use potentials. Therefore this article describes the conceptual framework of an approach to evaluate the sustainability using a maturity model. This model is based on the System Dynamics Method. With this approach companies are enabled to evaluate their sustainability regarding all dimensions of sustainability and their stakeholders.
Assessment of fatigue in cancer patients published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

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PREDICTABLE AND PRICE VOLATILITY RISK IN THE BRAZILIAN MARKET INTEGRATION OF SHRIMP published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Israel José dos Santos Felipe, Anderson Luiz Rezende Mól, Bernardo Borba de Andrade The present paper has the purpose of investigate the dynamics of the volatility structure in the shrimp prices in the Brazilian fish market. Therefore, a description of the initial aspects of the shrimp price series was made. From this information, statistics tests were made and selected univariate models to be price predictors. It´s presented as an exploratory research of applied nature with quantitative approach. The database was collected through direct contact with the Society of General Warehouses of São Paulo (CEAGESP).The results showed that the great variability in the active price is directly related with the gain and loss of the market agents. The price series presents a strong seasonal and biannual effect. The average structure of price of shrimp in the last 12 years was R$ 11.58 and external factors besides the production and marketing (U.S. antidumping, floods and pathologies) strongly affected the prices. Among the tested models for predicting prices of shrimp, four were selected, which through the prediction methodologies of "One Step Ahead" with 12 periods horizon y_t, proved to be statistically more robust. We concluded that the dynamic pricing of commodity shrimp is strongly influenced by external productive factors and that these phenomena cause seasonal effects in the prices. Through statistical modeling is possible to minimize the risk and uncertainty embedded in the fish market, thus, the sales and marketing strategies for the Brazilian shrimp can be consolidated and widespread.
Effect of different phosphorus levels on growth, fodder yield and economics of various cowpea genotypes under Kymore plateau and Satpura hills zone of Madhya Pradesh published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
AMIT KUMAR JHA*,ARTI SHRIVASTAVAAND N.S. RAGHUVANSI The field experiment was conducted at fodder research farm, JNKVV, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh during Kharif season of 2008-09 to study the cowpea genotype (UPC-626, UPC-628, UPC-629, UPC-4200, Bundel lobia-1 and UPC-9202) to varied levels of phosphorus (40, 60 and 80 kg P2O5 /ha). The experiment was laid out in Factorial Randomized Design with three replications. The two year pooled data revealed that the among the different genotype UPC-629 recorded highest green forage yield (253.9q/ha), dry matter yield (46.2q/ha), crude fibre yield (5.9 q/ha), net monetary returns (19224 Rs/ha) and B:C ratio (2.70). The application of 80 kg P2O5 /ha recorded significantly highest Green Forage Yield (244.8q/ha), dry matter yield (45.6q/ha), crude fiber yield (6.1 q/ha), net monetary returns (18132 Rs/ha) and B:C ratio (2.61).
Impact of Population Education on Student Teachers published in

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Dr. Avinash Pandey Population growth can be checked if proper knowledge of population education is provided to student teachers, because they are playing not only a role of student but teacher also. They can also use this knowledge in their daily life as well as constructing better understanding in their students. The present study is primarily a quasi experiment: an attempt has been made to observe the impact of population education among student teachers. In the light of the objective of the study different aspects of population education as, family life, need and importance of population education, sex education, HIV, AIDS, family planning, small family etc. are the main features of attraction. Besides that the level of student teachers, S.L.M. (Self Learning Material), experimental group and control group, pre and post test are the key factors that are related with the present study. The study of impact of population education is basically confined to their achievements on constructed questionnaires, framed for population education awareness.
A Study of the Factors Affecting Attitude Of Consumers Towards Eco- Labeled Products published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Faiz Hasan, Dr. Mohd. Afaqkhan Eco-labelling is a way to provide consumers with credible and easily accessible information on the environmental attributes of a product. The consumers around the world are found to have positive attitude towards eco-labelled products. This study is conducted to determine the factors affecting the attitude of consumers towards eco-labelled products in India. The data was collected from 375 students of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh with the help of structured close ended questionnaire. The data collected was analysed using correlation. Social Influence and Perceived seriousness of environmental problems correlate positively with the attitude of consumers towards eco-labelled products. It is recommended to the marketers of eco labelled product to approach the consumers through their social groups.
FPGA IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL WATERMARKING SYSTEM? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K.Tamilvanan, R.B.Selvakumar? Digital watermarking is an effective way to protect copyright of multimedia data even after its transmission. Current trends support digital image files as the cover file to hide another digital file with secret message or data. This paper proposes Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) to authenticate the multimedia image and it can convert the image from spatial domain to frequency domain. The idea behind the LSB algorithm is to insert the bits of the hidden message into the least significant bits of the pixels. Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology has become a viable target for the implementation of real time algorithms suited to video image processing applications. This System is developed on Xilinx Spartan3 Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) device using embedded development kit (EDK) tools from Xilinx. The results showed that the proposed algorithm has a very good hidden invisibility, good security and robustness for a lot of hidden attacks
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF FAST DISSOLVING ORAL FILMS OF METOPROLOL TARTRATE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vishakha S. Hastak*, Yogyata S. Pathare, Amruta N. Bajaj Aim: Metoprolol tartrate, commonly used as antihypertensive agent, has poor bioavailability due to extensive first pass metabolism. The objective of present study is to develop fast dissolving oral films of Metoprolol tartrate with high porosity which dissolves rapidly in mouth, using HPMC E15, HPMC E5 and PVA as hydrophilic polymers. Methods: Fast dissolving oral films were prepared by solvent casting method. Different concentrations of all three polymers (HPMC E15, HPMC E5, and PVA) and their combinations were used to investigate the film forming capacity, thickness and drug content of films. Glycerin was used as plasticizer. The drug - polymer mixture was homogenized on magnetic stirrer for 45 min. The casted films were dried for 12 h. to allow complete dryness of films. The fast dissolving oral films were evaluated for average weight, thickness, pH. determination, percentage moisture absorption, percentage moisture loss, in-vitro disintegration time, drug content and in-vitro drug release. Drug-excipient interaction was investigated by FTIR and DSC study. Best formulation was evaluated for stability as per ICH guideline. Results: All films had in vitro disintegration time Less than 73 sec, drug content were within limits. FTIR study revealed no drug-excipient interaction. A stability study for optimized F2 formulation as per ICH guideline for 90 days showed no changes in drug content. Conclusion: Therefore, it may be concluded that developed fast dissolving oral films of metoprolol tartrate dissolve rapidly in mouth within 43 sec and showed 97% drug release.
Transforming Rural India Through Financial Dissemination published in

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Dr Mala Sharma Financial inclusion is about broadening and deepening of financial services to the deprived and enhancing financial literacy and education among them so that they can make appropriate choices to mobilize their funds in the main stream financial market. Levine (2004) identified that “countries with better functioning banks and financial markets grow faster” A world Bank working paper published in 2012 indicated that 65% of adults in India had no access to bank account. For a country with 127 crores of population this figure is scary. This clearly reveals the lop-sided development of financial sector in India. The big story of the last decade to be proud of is that India has come out from low growth trap and moving successfully through financial market becoming global, introduction of financial reforms, attracting FII’s, but at the same time more than half of the population with no concept of “bank “leads to growth with exclusion, inequality and deprivation. Hence this paper tries to study the growth of financial services developed in rural India in last decades well as the qualitative approach they have adopted to attract rural masses for the use of these services, that is the adaptability of financial services in rural India. Objectives: To study the growth of Institutional finance in Rural India through primary agriculture credit society (PACS). To analyze the role of Regional Rural Banks (RRB’s) and study the reasons for weakness of RRB’s as pointed out by Khusro committee. To evaluate the role of commercial banks in enhancing rural banking. To evaluate the role RBI in rural credit and policy initiative in introducing various scheme. In all the above criteria focused will be on the qualitative approach adopted by banks and Government to reach to customers. Methodology: To above all objectives will be evaluated through qualitative approach in order to analyze financial inclusion in rural areas. The change in each will be analyzed through trend x0/x1×100 for the years (2001- 2011). The trend for the financial literacy and its impact on increasing banking habits of rural in habitat will be analyzed from the year 2007 as the scheme of the financial literacy was introduced in 2007 by RBI.
Design compatibility of hand tools published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

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

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Smita Khandelwal, KL Bairy*, MS Vidyasagar, James Gonsalves and Bharti Chogtu Cancer is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Several detrimental symptoms experienced by cancer patients due to disease and treatment adversely affect their quality of life. Hence, aim of the present study was to assess quality of life (QoL) in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. The study was carried out in Department of Radiotherapy and Oncology, Kasturba Hospital, Manipal, a tertiary care hospital in South India. QoL was measured using European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life questionnaires. Total 387 patients participated in the study. Mean age of patients was 50.85 ± 11.82 years. Global health status/QoL was found to be poor in 16.54% patients, average in 72.35% and high in 11.11% patients. Scores for various functional scales (physical, role, emotional, cognitive and social) varied from 72.91 to 80.66 which showed high level of functioning. Scores of the symptom scales/items showed fatigue, nausea, vomiting, dyspnoea, constipation, diarrhoea and financial difficulties as more frequent. There was significant difference in several symptom scales/items between males and females with females showing greater symptoms. No statistically significant association was found between different domains of QoL with age group and type of cancers. There was significant inter-correlation between domains of QoL. The study showed that QoL of cancer patient receiving chemotherapy have negative impact over the social life of patient. Majority of the patients of study population had an average QoL. Cancer chemotherapy showed an increased economic burden which affected QoL of the patient.
FACILE GREEN SYNTHESIS AND ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF SOME NOVEL THIAZOLIDINONES WITH PYRIMIDINE MOIETY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pravina Baburao Piste* and Maruti Sidhu Kanase As a part of systematic investigation of synthesis and antimicrobial activity of 6-methyl-4-(Sub.)Phenyl-2-Oxo/Thioxo-1,2,3,4-Tetrahydropyrimidine-5-(2-Sub.Phenyl, 3-Amido )thiazolidine-4-ones ( IVa-l ) was achieved from corresponding Mannich Base (IIIa-l) by reaction with mercapto acetic acid and anhydrous zinc chloride for 2-3 minutes in Microwave irradiation. The synthesized compounds have been screened in vitro for their antimicrobial activity against S. aureus and E.coli. Some of the compounds displayed pronounced biological activity. The resulting products were characterized by IR, 1 H NMR and Mass spectroscopic method.
ECONOMIC ORDER MODEL (nQ,R,T): CONSTANT LEAD TIMES AND EXPONENTIAL BACKORDER COSTS published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
DR. Martin Osawaru Omorodion DR. Gabriel Jenyo At each periodic review, the quantity ordered is multiple of Q, nQ and the reorder level is R, The backorder cost C?(t) is b1 e b2 t. The expected backorder cost is derived by obtaining the difference between the expected backorder cost at time t+l and t+l+T. In this paper demand is assumed to follow a normal distribution. Some basic mathematics of the properties of a normal distribution is introduced to simplify the derivation of the equations. The first order derivatives of the backorder costs are given..
Customer Adoption of Technology Based Banking Services published in

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S. Vinoth, Dr. R. Rajkumar In today‘s world the emerging technology has made an exponential growth of the Internet which has changed the pattern of almost all the organizations in performing their business. The Indian banking industry is not an exception of it. From the year 1990s privatization of banks, proliferation and emergence of so many foreign and private sector banks like ICICI, HDFC, CANARA banks etc have emerged in the Banking Industry of India. Both private and public sector Banks in India have been trying to give out their best service to their customers in terms of Banking Hall Transactions, Internet Banking, Automated Teller Machine (ATM) Banking, Mobile banking, Credit Card Transactions etc.This study provides insightful understanding of customer’s adoption in their banking transactions through technology channels.
customers interruption cost estimation based on reliability in power distribution system published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chandhra Shekar P, Deshpande R A and Sankar V Reliability assessment of distribution network is an important subject due to increasing demand for more reliable service with less interruption frequency and duration. An effective way to solving this issue is by the use of quantitative assessment of reliability, measure the reliability indices to find out the probability of availability and unavailability of supply. This paper describes the energy not supplied to the customers in terms of customer kWh loss and revenue loss to the customers and the revenue loss to the utility in profit making areas is presented for two practical networks by calculating the reliability indices. The software module CYMDIST Reliability Assessment Module (RAM) is used for the simulation and analysis.
Diversity and Utility of Toads (Amphibia: Anura) in Biological insect pest control in Satara, India. published in

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Dr. T. V. Sathe, R.N. Patil Toads (Amphibia : Anura) show the highest diversity among Indian amphibians inhabiting aquatic, semi aquatic, terrestrial, arboreal, semiarboreal and fossorial ecosystems. There are about 219 species of amphibians in India, out of which toads are common throughout India. In last few decades a large number of frogs were exported as part of frog-leg industry to gain foreign exchange resulting 61% endemism. The toads have very important role in insect pest control. Therefore, biodiversity and utility of toads have been studied from Satara, India. In all, 10 species of toads Bufo have been reported from Satara region. They have tremendous potential for control of insect pests. Their diversity and role in biological pest control have been reported in this paper.
Mathematical Modeling of Mechanical Efficiency Using RSM for CI Engine Fueled With Soybean Biodiesel and Diesel Blend published in

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Milan R Modi, Tushar M Patel, Gaurav P Rathod Increasing demand of fossile fuel there is need to study a number of renewable sources. In present investigation influence of input parameter such as injection pressure, compression ratio and load on the performance of single cylinder diesel engine fueled with soybean biodiesel and its blend. The test are carried out with three different injection pressure (160, 200, 240 bar), compression ratio (18, 17, 16), load (1, 6, 11) and percentage of biodiesel (100%, 50%, 0%). This study investigated by Response Surface Methodology to optimize the performance parameter such as Mechanical efficiency. A set of experimental runs was established by using a Central Composite Design and the RSM was employed to obtain the regression model for the Mechanical efficiency for different values of input parameter. The experimental results reveal that the soybean biodiesel and its blend provide better engine performance compared to diesel with little change in input parameter.
“Subconscious Mind the Store House of Consciousness” A-Review published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Sanjay Sharma Subconscious mind is a store house of all emotions and experiences. we get a reaction from our subconscious mind according to the thought which we have in our conscious mind. Our conscious mind has the reasoning and logic, it chooses, make all decisions. Our vital body functions (circulation, breathing, digestion) are carried out by subconscious mind. Knowledge of the interaction of our conscious and subconscious mind can enable us to transform whole life. Within subconscious depths lie several types of programming files of infinite wisdom, infinite power, fear anxiety, despair and much more. Our conscious mind has capability to pick any such stored file of subconscious mind and can run programme of that type. So it is the selection which matters a lot.Our attitude helps mind in picking up the stored files of subconscious mind. If we busy our mind with the concepts of harmony, peace, good will and prayer wonders can happen.
Decision Making Model for Supplier Evaluation and Selection Using MCDM Methods published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
N.Harikannan, Vijay Jeyakumar, Mahalakshmi Nachiappan Supplier selection is viewed as one of the most important responsibility of purchasing department in any supply chain process. Purchasing managers needs to periodically evaluate supplier performance in order to retain those suppliers who meet their requirements. For many reasons supplier selection has received a great deal of attention from practitioners and researchers. Industries strive to achieve either a minimum cost of production or a good quality product. Supplier selection is complex problem involving both qualitative and quantitative issues. A trade-off between these tangible and intangible factors is essential in selecting the best supplier. To select the best supplier there is a need to rank all the potential suppliers based on the performance measure given by them. This paper presents the combination of TOPSIS with ANN method for supplier selection and also gives the logical procedure for supplier selection using both qualitative and quantitative data. A case study for supplier evaluation and selection is also presented to demonstrate the application of proposed model
Effect of integrated nutrient management on yield, quality, nutrient content and uptake of groundnut in shrink-swell soil published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHEETALTATPURKAR*,V.V. GABHANE AND PUSHPA BARANGE Pod and haulm yield of groundnut was significantly affected by different treatments over control maximum pod and haulm yield (20.95 and 37.87 q ha-1) was recorded by the 150 % RDF (37.5:75:37.5 NPK Kg ha-1) followed by integrated use of 5t FYM ha-1+ 50% RDF + neem cake 500 kg ha-1+ biofertilizers (18.79 and 37.03 Kg ha-1) and lowest being control (10.98 and 27.46 Kg ha-1) regarding quality parameter such as crude protein content in groundnut kernels influenced significantly among various nutrient sources in comparison to control. Among the different combination treatments the highest oil content was recorded by the 150 % RDF (37.5:75:37.5 NPK Kg ha-1) and 5t FYM ha-1 + 50% RDF + neem cake (NC) 500 Kg ha-1 + biofertilizer (BF). The highest nutrient content and uptake was recorded in 150% RDF and found at par with 5t FYM ha- 1+ 50% RDF+NC+BF (3.89, 0.39, 0.89% and 1.81, 0.18, 1.37% nutrient contents) and uptake (72.93, 7.35, 16.70 and 62.08, 6.65, 50.73 kg ha-1) in pod and haulm, respectively
ANTI-DIABETIC POTENTIAL OF ALOE VERA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Arvind Maurya1*, Mr. Pankaj Chaudhary2, Dr.Atul Jain3, Dr. Asha Pathak4, Mr.Vinay Gupta5, Dr. Neeraj Rajdan Aloe vera is an herb which is being used clinically throughout the world for ancient time. It is useful in various pathological conditions like constipation, anorexia, psoriasis, Diabetes Mellitus type –II, as immune enhancer, anti-inflammatory, as moisturizer, as antiseptic and many more. Aloe vera can also be used in advanced conditions like cancer. It has been proved in many experimental studies and clinical trial that Aloe vera and its extract of various solvents like water, ethanol and methanol has antidiabetic potential. Many studies have shown that Aloe vera has not only antihyperglycaemic effect but also has hypolipidemic and antioxidant effect. Its Antidiabetic compound may become a potent antidiabetic drug in near future. Although it has been using in many above mentioned condition the present review article is an attempt to highlight its pharmacological activities against Diabetes Mellitus type-II and its related complications.
Data Warehousing and Data Mining Applications for Recent Water Vapour Distribution Studies Over India published in

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Venkata Sheshanna Kongara, Dr. D. Punyasesudu Meteorology is one of the most significant area of practice and research of the atmospheric concerns that focuses on weather circumstances and exploration, In that atmospheric water vapour plays an important role in radio communications for both terrestrial and earth space communication systems as well as for global climate change studies. Hence the water vapour data and its information plays vital role for scientists and researchers to evaluate the hidden patterns, trends for analysis and forecasting. In general radiosonde observations are the primary source of upper air water vapour data and are being used for estimation of different atmospheric parameters, on the other hand different statistical and scientific methods are using to process the meteorological datasets in water vapour studies and have many data level limitations, challenges in storing, retrieving, managing and exploration of these structured and un-structured data; which is very large in size, accordingly the approaches of data maintenance and conversion involves in time consuming, expensive, and complex to mitigate the accurate results. Currently there are extraordinary prospects in the Information Systems to analyze these data and explore. The data warehousing and data mining applications are the most emerging features which are endorsed that information to be accessed easily and efficiently. This paper presents various analytics of the recent water Vapour distribution Studies over India by using these applications, The most recent version of the Meteorological Radiosonde data from British Atmospheric Data Centre (BDAC) are used for these studies. As a part of this study, radiosonde observations over 34 Indian stations pertaining to a period of 17 years from 1997 to 2014 obtained from the British Atmospheric Data Centre(BADC) are integrated and analyzed from the different met parameters of air temperature, dew point temperature and pressure levels for water vapour concentrations estimation at different height (pressure levels). The datasets assimilation and Classification has been carried out by using data warehousing and data mining techniques and applied better data analytics for precise results. The observational results of surface level water vapour distribution patterns and trends are presented in the form of Physiographic Divisions, annual and seasonal charts for better decision supporting systems. In fact it is an improved version of the detailed studies related to water vapour distribution over India.
THREE PHASE FAULT TRANSIENT CONTROL USING SSSC BASED DAMPING CONTROLLER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Rajesh Kumar*1, Dinesh Sharma2 , 3Amarjit Karla The main aim of this paper is to control power oscillation which is major concern related to power system operation. In this research work is on SSSC-based power oscillation damping controller, which can damp the power oscillations occurring due to the any change in the transmission line like sudden change in load of line, occurrence of fault, transmission line switching and short circuit. In this work Simulation model of the two machine infinite bus system using SSSC & power oscillation damping controller has been done in MATLAB/SIMULIINK and power system toolbox is used for simulation purpose. These simulation models have been setup into MATLAB based Power System Toolbox (PST) for their transient stability analysis. It is observed that with the proper change of phase of the injection of voltages through SSSC, capacitive & inductive compensation can be provided by which increased and decreased in the active power respectively of transmission line can be done according to the mentioned power demand, but when only the SSSC is used in the line the settling time and amplitude of power oscillations are more as compared when SSSC is used with power oscillation damping controller. When in two machine infinite bus systems 3-phase fault analysis is done then it is observed that that the clearance time is less when the system is provided with SSSC and power oscillation damping controller together.
PUBLIC PROPERTY: ANALYSES OF ACCOUNTING RECORDS OF COMMON USE PROPERTY published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Fábia Jaiany Viana de Souza, Maurício Corrêa da Silva Public property is defined by the Brazilian Civil Code as the property of national domain belonging to the legal persons ruled by the internal public law and all others are private, regardless of the person to which they belong. The same provision classifies public property as follows: common use property (rivers, seas, roads, streets and squares); special use property (buildings or lots of land used by the federal, state or municipal administration, including the ones belonging to their original authorities) and the state property (property with no specific purpose). This study has as objective to analyze the accounting records of common use property determined by NBC T 16.10, with a view of suggesting changes in legislation. The methodology used was exploratory, bibliographical and qualitative research. Results revealed that the record determined by NBC T 16.10 does not reflect the financial situation of public entities and therefore, suggestions of other types of record for changes in legislation were done (to account as offset asset and liability and/or as specific items of Asset and Liability), which will highlight public entities' patrimonial and financial situation. One must also note the suggestion of including the concepts of special use property and state property in the review of the foregoing legislation.
Detrimental Environmental Impact of Mining & Consequential Improvement – An Overview published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
G.Kumar “Environment” has become one of the hot topic for discussion these days among most sections of the society. World over, great stress is being laid on a variety of environmental issues such as (i) Conservation and management, (ii) Pollution – effects of pollution on health of human being and other organisms, (iii) Solutions and remedies for pollution which are discussed and debated world over. India is the only country in the world where environment has been enshrined in the Constitution. Art. 48 (A) of our Constitution envisages protection, preservation and proper management of the natural wealth by every citizen. The environmental impact of mining includes erosion, formation of sinkholes, loss of biodiversity, and contamination of soil, groundwater and surface water by chemicals from mining processes. Mining companies in some countries are required to follow environmental and rehabilitation codes, ensuring the area mined is returned to close to its original state. Some mining methods may have significant environmental and public health effects. Erosion of exposed hillsides, mine dumps, tailings dams and resultant siltation of drainages, creeks and rivers can significantly impact the surrounding areas. In areas of wilderness mining may cause destruction and disturbance of ecosystems and habitats, and in areas of farming it may disturb or destroy productive grazing and croplands. In urbanized environments mining may produce noise pollution, dust pollution and visual pollution. In this paper, an attempt has been made to highlight pertinent environmental issues concerning adverse environmental impact of mining
Antinutrient composition and antioxidant activity of composite functional food formulation for diabetics published in

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Deepa, S. Patil, Neena Joshi Diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate in the country and is associated with cardiac disorders including hypercholesterolemia especially in urban population. This is attributed to rapid nutritional transition, and life style changes (Shetty, 2002). In the view of the alarming global and national situation with reference to diabetes and effectiveness of various food and herbs in controlling the disease on the other, an investigation was conducted to develop a functional food formulation by making use of locally available foods. Four composite mixes were developed using wheat, ragi, bajra, soy bean, flax seed powder, cluster bean powder, drumstick leaves powder and amrutballi stem powder. Composite mixes were subjected to chemical analysis antinutrients using standard protocols. Antioxidant acivity of the formulated food composite mixes ranged from 40.91-57.66%.. These functional food formulations also exhibited good radical scavenging potential as evidenced by high values for phytates, tannic acid and anti oxidant activity
Rural Prosperity Through “Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana” an Implementation Issues published in

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Saurabh Kumar Dwivedi The political map of the world has changed dramatically since independence; the economic scenario has witnessed tremendous changes in the social set-up. Gandhi-ji the father of nationonce said "If the villages perish, India will perish too. It will be no more India. Her own mission in the world will get lost." For him rebuilding of the nation could be achieved only by reconstructing villages. The study describes a Village Adoption Scheme “SaansadAdarsh Gram Yojana” as a model for energising the rural economy in India and to slow down rural - urban migration which research has shown to be harmful to both; rural and urban people of India and their regions. This study discusses the multi-faceted impact of this village adoption program. The study presented here is designed to use the resources present in socio-cultural, politico-economic, traditional, legal, ethnic, religious layers of the rural society and seeks to enable the region to build upon them to generate resources. An intricate programme of constructive work, which SAURABH KUMAR DWIVEDI* contained socio-economic self-reliance and social equality and decentralized political system. Adoption of villages is a crucial task, which not only requires a comprehensive setupto build-up a complete structure but also under cultural lenses.
VISUAL CONTENT LIKE IMAGE SENTIMENT ANALYSIS IN SOCIAL MEDIA: REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Shaikh Shafi Shadulla * , Tayade Pooja Mahendra In today’s social media everything is online. People express themselves very openly and convey their message, opinion, emotion, sentiments, and attitudes towards entities such as products, services, organizations, , individuals, issues, events, topics, and their attributes. To express on social media there is not only text message available but also you now can use images, emoticons, videos, likes and dislikes, graphics, stickers etc. As it becoming easier to click or capture and handle photo, image with handheld devices like camera, smartphones, phablets, tablets etc., Social media users are intending to say through visual and textual content rather than only text. Use of images, videos, with combination of text becoming so popular. Visual content speaks on your behalf very strongly. A single image replaces thousands of words. Visual content is combination on images videos, color, tone, texture, lines, shapes and many more. Human brain can sense the sentiment as soon as he visuals content. So the question arises here is that, can a machine do that? Is there any way to say what emotion, sentiment feeling user trying to say through images.AS machine learning, Artificial Intelligence is coming to play its part. Many researchers have tried and many are trying to explore visual content sentiment analysis. It’s very challenging task ahead of researchers. Significant work has carried out in this area although it is in its basic form. So in this paper we are trying to explore different researchers work
Evaluation of the Effect of Chemical Degradation of Copper Leaching Solution on Permeability of Rock Mass Using DFN-DEM Modeling (Case Study: DAREZAR Mine-Kerman) published in

Analytical and Numerical Methods in Mining Engineering

Published by Yazd University
M. Akbariforouz, A. Baghbanan, H. Hashemolhosseini, A. Ahmadi Ameleh Evaluating the effects of sulfuric acid solution used in leaching of copper metal on hydro- mechanical behavior of rock mass, and also understanding of chemo- hydro- mechanical coupling processes related to this phenomenon are the main objectives of this research work. Biotechnology is regarded as one of the most promising and certainly the most revolutionary solution to the defects of pyrometallurgy. It holds the promise of dramatically reducing the capital cost of the projects. It also offers the opportunity to reduce the environmental pollution. A set of laboratory experiments were implemented for evaluating the influences of sulfuric acid with different pH values; 1, 3 and 5 on the properties of three types of Andesite rock joints in heap leaching site of DAREZAR copper mine. Joint roughness coefficient, joint shear stiffness, joint aperture, and shear strength of degraded rock joints in different sulfuric acid concentrations were measured. Using a Discrete Fracture Network-Distinct Element Method (DFN-DEM) approach, the effect of chemical solution on permeability of the fractured rock mass is evaluated. The numerical modeling results show that with decreasing pH value of copper metal leaching solution, the coefficients of equivalent permeability tensor increases. The effect of ratio of horizontal to vertical stresses (k0) on hydraulic properties of Andesite rock mess is also negligible.
IJIRAE:: Enhancing Energy Efficiency by Detecting and Protecting from Vampire Attack in Wireless Sensor Networks published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
Abdul Razak Qureshi* Prof. R.K. Krishna Wireless sensor networks are ad-hoc low power sensor node has more research in computing directions and denial of communications at routing levels. This paper explores energy draining attack at routing protocol layer, which permanently disable node from network by draining battery power. This Vampire attacks are not specific to the routing protocol layer, but rather rely on the properties of classes of routing protocol. These attacks are difficult to detect and easy to carry out by sending protocol compliant messages. We discuss methods to mitigate this type of attack and have proposed the techniques for enhancing energy of nodes
A Study to Determine Role of Collagen Particles and Tens ( Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation ) in the Healing of Diabetic Ulcer published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Thrishuli P. B, Dr. Srikanth T, Dr. Shivanand Reddy K. V Diabetic foot ulcers are a major source of morbidity, limb loss and mortality. A prolonged inflammatory response, extracellular matrix degradation irregularities, increased bacterial presence and tissue ischemia have all been hypothesized as major contributing factors in delayed healing of diabetic wounds.TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerves Stimulation) increases blood flow in ischemic ulcers may induce healing in diabetic ulcers. Wound dressings that contains collagen products create a biological scaffold matrix that support the regulation of extracellular components and promote wound healing. Diabetic foot ulcers form a major case load of our hospital. The aim of the present study was to study the efficacy of TENS and Collagen particles in the healing of diabetic ulcers.
Potential Applications of Different Types of Adult Stem Cells Toward Medical Interventions published in

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Ahmad Sukari Halim,Sankaralakshmi Gomathysankar,Norhayati Mohd Noor,Mohaini Mohamed,Mercy Halleluyah Periayah Stem cells are undifferentiated progenitor cells that are capable of self renewing and differentiating into specific cell lineages. Embryonic and adult stem cells are the two main types of stem cells. The pluripotent nature of embryonic stem cells distinguishes them from adult stem cells. Adult stem cells are multipotent and are able to differentiate into a limited number of cell types. Unlike embryonic stem cells, the use of adult stem cells is not controversial or unethical because they can be derived from adult tissue samples rather than from embryos. The self-renewal and multi-differentiative potential of adult stem cells makes them highly suitable for various clinical applications because they can be harvested directly from patients themselves. Some types of adult stem cells are capable of transdifferentiation, whereas the ability of others remains unknown. More studies should focus on revealing the molecular and cellular pathways involving these adult stem cells and improving the methods of harvesting and culturing adult stem cells up to the required number of cells. Some types of adult stem cells such as hematopoietic, cardiac, neural, adipose-derived, epidermal, hair follicle, and dental pulp stem cells, as well as their potential clinical applications, are reviewed in this paper.
POTENTIOMETRIC STUDIES OF P-AMINO BENZOIC ACID WITH TRANSITION METAL IONS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sayyed Hussain 1, Shaikh Abdul Rahim 2, Mazahar Farooqui 3 The aim of our study is to investigate the complexation tendency and stability values of transition metal ions with 4-amino benzoic acid in aqueous media at room temperature using simple technique of potentiometry.1N NaNO3 used to maintain ionic strength. The stability constants were evaluated by computer programme.1:1 and 1:2 complexes were reported. Order of stability was compared and found to follow Irving William natural order.
A Simple, Rapid, Sensitive and Specific Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometric Method Development and Validation for the Quantification of S-(+) And R-(-) Etodolac in Human Plasma published in

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Dr. Tushar Barot, Hardik Brahmbhatt A stereo selective liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry method was developed using solid phase extraction (SPE) for quantification of R-(-) Etodolac & S-(+) Etodolac in human plasma using SEtodolac D4 as internal standard. The separation was achieved by chiral-AGP (100×4mm) 5?m column and 10mM Ammonium acetate (pH 6.0): Acetonitrile (75:25 V/V) as mobile phase, at flow rate 0.500 mL/min. The ion mode was positive. The detection was carried out by Q3 mass detector. The retention time for R-(-) Etodolac & S-(+) Etodolac were found to be 1.90min and 2.57min respectively and 2.50min for S-Etodolac D4. The total run time of S-(+) Etodolac and R-(-) Etodolac was 4.2 minute. The limit of quantification (LLOQ) of R-(-) Etodolac & S-(+) Etodolac were obtained 0.15 ?g/mL and 0.10?g/mL respectively using chiral-AGP (100×4mm) 5?m column and using Q3 Mass detector.
Development and nutrition composition of functional products prepared using fresh Kulfa (Portulaca oleracea) leaves published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VANDANA VERMA, A.R. KUMAR AND ALKA GUPTA Micronutrient malnutrition poses a serious threat to the health of vulnerable groups of population. Kulfa, as an important medicinal plant, high in nutritional value and rich in micronutrient was selected for the study. Products namely, Poha, Raita and Paratha were prepared. Organoleptic properties of products were judged by nine point hedonic scale. Proximate composition, mineral and vitamin content of products were analyzed.
SURFACE MODIFIED CHARCOAL FOR SCAVENGING OF MANGANESE (II) METAL IONS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
A.S. Dhote, A. K. Wanjari*, U. E. Chaudhari and S. S. Belsare Adsorption is one of the most effective physical processes for removal of toxic metal from waste water. Adsorption has been proved to be an excellent way to treat industrial waste effluents, offering significant advantages like the low-cost, availability, profitability, easy of operation and efficiency. In this paper four parameter isotherm model namely Langmuir, three parameters namely Freundlich and Temkin were applied to describe the isotherm and to calculate their constant. The best estimation of the parameters of these models by non-linear regression analysis was obtained. A comparison between four and three parameters isotherm was reported. The characteristic parameter of each isotherm and related coefficient of determination (R2) have been determined. The effect of various parameters influencing the Mn(II) adsorptions such as effect of pH, Contact time, temperature, adsorbent dose have been studied. Maximum adsorption found to be 87.26 at pH 11.5. The results indicate that surface modification with Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) could be used to significantly enhance the capacity of granulated activated charcoal to adsorb Mn(II) metal ion.
A Study of Anaesthesia for Laser Surgery of Larynx published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Anita B. Patel, Dr. Exta Soni Laser surgery offers several advantages to the surgeon and patient; i.e. microscopic precision, a bloodless operative field & complete sterility. We have reviewed selected aspects of anaesthetic management of patients undergoing CO2 laser surgery of larynx & outlined the principles of laser technology. We also emphasized on currently available measures to prevent problems of laser surgery. We studied 60 patients of ASA Grade I to III posted for elective laryngeal laser surgeries to study the outcome of our anaesthetic management.
Development of ‘ready-to-eat’ product using poultry eggs published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
K. RAJESH AND T.N. SANDEEP In the present study, a process for the production of ‘ready-to-eat’ eggs in gravy has been optimized. Eggs used for the present study were boiled for several temperatures and time combinations by considering the age of the eggs, ease of peeling and edible loss during peeling. The five days old egg boiled for 8 minutes recorded minimum hardness value of 6.62 N with 2.5 per cent edible loss and 20 days old eggs boiled for 11 min recorded maximum hardness of 10.23 N with 0.19 per cent edible loss. Similarly, the weight of edible portion and shells of boiled eggs ranged from 86.78 to 90.70 per cent and 8.91 to 11.69 per cent, respectively. The study clearly revealed that eggs to gravy in 2:3 ratio filled in 20 x 15 cm pouches was suitable and hence adjudged as optimum pouch size and filling ratio. Boiled eggs packed in pouches along with gravy and thermally processed at 95±20C for 30 minutes recorded a hardness value less than 13.0 and under organoleptical evaluation recorded maximum value (8.76). The freshly boiled eggs used for the present study were white in colour, as for as albumin is considered and recorded an ‘L’ value of 84.54 and yolk was light yellow in its appearance and recorded a ‘b’ value of 47.85. Gravy prepared for the study was brownish red in appearance and recorded a ‘b’ value of 53.03 and ‘a’ value of 11.52. Gravy recorded a TSS value of 14.80 Brix and a pH value of 6.8 indicating that it is neutral in nature. The texture of egg was highly soft with completely solidified condition of both albumin and yolk. The albumin moisture content was about 83.07 per cent and recorded a hardness value of 9.63N and a springiness value of 0.556. The protein content of boiled egg was 13.65 per cent.
A Descriptive Study to Assess the Level of Knowledge Regarding Hypertension and its Management Among the Hypertensive Elderly in A Selected Rural Community, Kanchipuram District published in

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Mr. Freddymicheal. V, Ms. Gowsalya. S, Prof. L. Lakshmi Hypertension is one of the most common diseases which are reported among the geriatric males and females. According to recent researches there were 24.5% deaths occurred due to hypertension in Tamilnadu. The prevalence of hypertension is high among elderly. This study aimed to assess the knowledge regarding hypertension and its management among the hypertensive elderly. The objectives of the study were to assess the knowledge regarding hypertension and its management among hypertensive elderly in the selected community area 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 non probability convenient sampling. The knowledge level of the samples was assessed using a structured questionnaire. The collected data were analyzed using the descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The study results revealed that 67.7% of the hypertensive elderly were having moderately adequate knowledge regarding hypertension and its management, there is also a significant relationship between occupational status and their knowledge score. The study concludes that health awareness programs are to be conducted by the educational institutions and various health care agencies which will be an eye opener to the community to prevent the complications due to hypertension thereby reducing mortality and morbidity rates among elderly population.
A PERSONALIZED WEB SEARCH MODEL USING USER IDENTIFICATION TECHNIQUE published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND MODERN EDUCATION

Published by DINESH KUMAR A
Nidhi Saxena*, Vinodini Katiyar** & Mohd. Husain*** * Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, Shri Ramswaroop Group of Professional Colleges, Lucknow, India. ** Head, Department of Information Technology, Dr. Shakuntala Misra National Rehabilitation University, Lucknow, India. *** Director/Professor, JIT, Barabanki, Lucknow, India. The use of search engine is now a days common among each and every society. On the other side the web sites are available in bulk and a single search can give various different results. There exist problem of fetching results based on user interest in order to save time and to reduce complexity while searching. The personalized search based on user unique identification can solve the current problem to large extent. In this paper we have taken a novel personalization approach. We identify user and makes search according to user interest based on previous searches made by him. We present a model used for proposed technique.
NGAL, IL-18, and KIM-1 in urine for early assessment of the risk of developing acute kidney injury in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass published in

Merit Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Science (MRJMMS)

Published by Larry Dave
Julieta Hristova, Antoaneta Dimitrova, Georgi Tsaryanski, Kamen Tzatchev and Gencho Nachev Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin (NGAL), Kidney Injury Molecule 1 (KIM-1), and interleukin 18 (IL-18) in urine are sensitive quantitative markers for early diagnosis of acute kidney injury (AKI). The purpose of this study was to demonstrate the role of uNGAL, uKIM-1, and uIL-18 for early assessment of renal function. Measurement of structural markers during the first hour’s afterextracorporeal circulation (ECC) in patients undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) allows detection of AKI much earlier than measurement of serum creatinine (48 hours following surgery). Early diagnosis and risk stratification of developing AKI are critical for adequate therapy. Results were presented as ratios to creatinine in urine allowing better comparability and reliability for variations of instant samples were compensated. Results of thereceiver-operator-characteristic curve (ROC) analysis of uNGAL/uCreat, uKIM-1/uCreat, anduIL-18/uCreat 2 – 6 hours post-ECC demonstrated highest area under the receiver operator characteristic curve for uKIM-1/uCreat- 0.85 (95% CI 0.75 – 0.95, p<0.01). uIL-18/uCreat achieved similar results- AUC 0.83 (95% CI 0.72 – 0.94, p<0.01). The diagnostic performance of uNGAL/uCreat showed AUC 0.78 (95% CI 0.71 – 0.85, p<0.01). Using a combination of structural and functional markers demonstrated the highest predictive value for the risk of developing AKI compensating the shortcomings of independent measurements of single markers. Keywords: Acute kidney injury, early diagnosis, cardiopulmonary bypass, urinary biomarkers
Learning Materials in Character Education (The Analysis of the Sociology Teaching at the Senior Hight School Banda Aceh, Indonesia) published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Abubakar & Anwar Since in 1976, sociology officially became one of the subjects taught in senior high school programs throughout Indonesia. There are still several major problems in teaching it in particular the lack of locally relevant teaching materials and the lack of teachers with a background in sociology. The aim of this study is to find better ways for the teaching of sociology and for students to learn the principles of sociology and to find the best of teaching materials available for constructing a better paradigm for character education and also to identify the various barriers and difficulties inhibiting the provision of highly successful character education through the study of sociology. Most of the results showed that in teaching sociology in Banda Aceh the implementation of teaching character based on local wisdom has major problems and obstacles. In particular the standardized national education program ending with standardized national final examinations emphasizes rote learning unrelated to the real life of the students. This raises contradictions because the centrally prepared material makes it difficult to introduce local indigenous values, culture and traditions.
Using Neural Network For Traffic Control Management System published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Bindu T L Increasing mobility and rising traffic demands cause serious problems in urban road networks. Approaches to reduce the negative impacts of traffic include an improved control of traffic lights and the introduction of dynamic traffic guidance systems that take current conditions into account. One solution for the former aspect is Organic Traffic Control (OTC) which provides a self-organized and self-adaptive system founding on the principles of Organic Computing. This paper introduces further steps in enhancing the current OTC system with a forecasting technique based on neural networks. The prediction of short-term traffic conditions is an important component of an advanced traffic management system. It enables the system to prevent congestions and is able to react faster to changes in the traffic flow.
MORTALIDAD DE LOS HOMBRES Y LAS MUJERES DE 20 A 64 AÑOS. MEDELLÍN, 1994-2003 published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Juliana Salazar R., Lizedt Ruiz O., Ángela María Segura C., Doris Cardona A. Target: to characterize the mortality of the adult population from 20 to 64 years old, resident in the city of Medellín, between the year 1994 to 2003, according to the cause of death and sex, Materials and methods; descriptive longitudinal retrospective study of the main causes of death of the adults of Medellín; with source of secondary information from the certificates of death registered by the Administrative National Department of Statistics in the decade 1994-2003. Results: During ten years of study, among the first causes of death it was shown that the aggressions resulted in the biggest number of victims, especially the ones caused by attacks with firearms and explosives and with cutting and pointed instruments, in men and women between 20 and 44 years. The acute infarct of the myocardium for men and women between 45 and 64 years of age caused a large number of deaths in this population group. In spite of the fact that deaths resulting from the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome was not among the first causes of death, the Syndrome appeared during the last years of study in men and women with ages from 20 to 44 years. For the women it occupied the fifth cause uring 1998 and 1999 and for the men the third cause during the last three years 1997, 1998 and 1999. Conclusions: The causes of death of adult men from 20 to 64 years old, resident of Medellín, that took place in the decade 1994-2003, were the result of an external cause and of illnesses of the circulatory system. The deaths of women in the same group of age were caused by tumors or neoplasias and by illnesses of the circulatory system. This shows the biggest risk to which the men are exposed of dying as result of violent cause, both received o self-inflicted in comparison with women (OR=7,73), and women have a higher risk than men of dying from tumor or neoplasia (OR=4,66).
CYBER TERRORISM ATTACK OF THE CONTEMPORARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGE: ISSUES, CONSEQUENCES AND PANACEA published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Kuboye Oluwafemi Samuel, Wan Rozaini Sheik Osman, Yazan Al-Khasawneh, Saif Duhaim? It is crystal clear that there has been systematic transformation of human activities and societies since the advent of information?s technologies (IT). However, this information Technology that ought to be of enormous advantage without any fear in its usage by people has been hijacked by the world terrorists to lunch many attacks via cyberspace (internet).Cyber terrorism has been one of the social ideological menaces that have great challenges to the contemporary society all over the world. However, the emergence of this cyber terrorism has the potentials to vitiate the positive uses of information technology if not properly and promptly addressed. It is in the light of this that this study critically explores contemporary literatures of this topical issue of information technology aided terrorism (cyber terrorism). The study presents the semantic interpretations of cyber terrorism, the components of cyber terrorism, the motivating factors of cyber terrorism, the various cyber terrorism techniques usually adopted by the perpetrators (terrorists), and the consequences of such a prevalence cyber attack. The study equally suggests the possible panaceas to tackle the problem of cyber terrorism so as to maximize the benefits attached to information technology (IT) and minimize the evil posed by the terrorists.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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QUALITY EVALUATION OF IN VITRO ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ALBIZIA LEBBECK L. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Ariharasiva kumar1,2 G, Kavimani S3, Uma S4 and Tamilarasan M1 Albizia lebbeck is very important medicinal plant; it is used in Ayruvedic medicine. In the present study established to find the phytochemical constituents and antioxidant property of various extracts of Albizia lebbeck were performed. The bark was shad dried and powdered. The powdered bark were defatted with methanol in Soxhlet apparatus and then extracted with absolute methanol for 96 hours separately in Soxhlet apparatus. The results of preliminary phytochemical screening of the ethanolic extract of AL revealed the presence of alkaloids, glycosides, steroids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins, carbohydrates and reducing sugar. The antioxidant activity of the ethanolic extract was measured 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging capacity and the total antioxidant capacity of the ethanolic extract of Albizia lebbeck were determined. The ethanolic extract yielded the most significant levels of antioxidants and howed high free radical scavenging activity. Furthermore, studies on the isolation of constituents from the bark extract are biological activities under way for its better exploitation.
Teaching Competency of Teacher-Trainees in Relation to their Emotional Intelligence published in

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Dr. Nidhi Kakkar Good teachers are responsible for improving the quality of its citizens. The effectiveness of a teacher mainly depends upon his competency towards teaching. Competency is an important human trait or characteristics, which contributes to learning, problem solving and all round development of personality. To acquire favorable competency a person should be emotionally intelligent. He should have the ability to manage and control his emotions and to understand the emotions of others. So the present study was done to investigate the relationship between emotional intelligence and teaching competency. 200 teacher-trainees were taken from different B.ed colleges of rohtak district. Emotional Intelligence Inventory by Dr S.K Mangal and Dr. Shubra Mangal and Teaching Competency Inventory by Dr. B.K Passi were used to collect the data. The findings of present research revealed perfect positive reationship between the emotional intelligence and teaching competency of teacher-trainees whereas sex factor has no impact on the level of emotional intelligence.
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FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
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Inteligencias múltiples aplicadas en las carreras de Pedagogía de las Ciencias Experimentales: Informática y Matemática de la Facultad de Filosofía, Letras y Ciencias de la Educación. published in

Revista Científica Retos de la Ciencia

Published by Fundación de Gestión y Desarrollo Comunitario Ecuador
Luis Alberto Zapata Villacis This study presents a research about the intellectual development achieved by the students, who study the first and second semester, in the careers of Pedagogy of the Experimental Sciences: Computer Science and Mathematics of the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Sciences of Education of the University Central of Ecuador. In this study we investigated and analyzed the different intelligences learned in the different stages of the educational process. The research was based on the Gardner intelligences model. The same that included 75 observations, applied during the semester of March to August of 2017. The variables are the following multiple intelligences: Linguistics, Cenesthetic Physics, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, Naturalist, Spatial, Mathematical and Musical Logic. The study involved 164 students; 82 that represent each university career a survey was applied, the information was processed with the Statistical Package for the Social Science. The results are: 7.3% linguistic, 3.7% Cenesthetic Physics, 12.2% Musical, 20.7% intrapersonal in Computer Science: 14.6% Mathematical Logic, 14.6% Interpersonal and 19.5% Naturalist for Mathematics; considering the alternative of greater value. It is concluded that students of Computer Science, achieved a greater development in the field of multiple intelligences, in relation to students studying in Mathematics. Keywords: multiple intelligences, educational levels, educational process, education
COLOUR OF ECOFRIENDLY DYES USED IN HOLI RATHER THAN TRIPHENYL METHANE DYES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Amee K. Patel, Hardik H. Chaudhary, Khushbu S. Patel and Prof. Dr. Dhrubo Jyoti Sen* Environmentally friendly, environment-friendly, eco-friendly, nature-friendly and green are marketing claims referring to goods and services, laws, guidelines and policies that inflict reduced, minimal, or no harm at all, upon ecosystems or the environment. Triphenylmethane dye, any member of a group of extremely brilliant and intensely coloured synthetic organic dyes having molecular structures based upon that of the hydrocarbon triphenylmethane. They have poor resistance to light and to chemical bleaches and are used chiefly in copying papers, in hectograph and printing inks and in textile applications for which light fastness is not an important requirement. The triphenylmethane derivatives are among the oldest man-made dyes, a practical process for the manufacture of fuchsine having been developed in 1859. Several other members of the class were discovered before their chemical constitutions were fully understood. Crystal violet, the most important of the group, was introduced in 1883. The range of colours is not complete but includes reds, violets, blues, and greens. They are applied by various techniques, but mostbelong to the basic class, which are adsorbed from solution by silk or wool, but have little affinity for cotton unless it has been treated with a mordant such as tannin.
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.
Computation and Modeling of the Flux of Gamma Globulin Molecules onto Titanium Surface published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
P. A. Ekwumemgbo1*,J. A. Kagbu1, A. J. Nok2 and K. I. Omoniyi1 Titanium (Ti) is widely employed for various biomedical applications due to its biocompatibility. Studies of ?-globulin adsorption onto Ti are important for the development of biocompatible devices. This work examines the rate of adsorption of ?- globulin onto Ti surface. The plot of ?-globulinadsorption onto Ti versus time shows that the initial ?-globulinadsorption increased linearly with time with the rate constant obtained 0.032min-1 while the correlation coefficient (R2)is 0.9999. The experimental adsorption rate is limited by the availability of ?-globulin molecules at the adsorbing surface, resulting in a situation in which, most ?-globulin molecule that collides with the surface sticks to it. In order to predict the factors that determine the rate of adsorption, the flux of ?-globulin molecules onto Ti surface was computed by developing a model similar to implantation of Ti into the body for the transport-limited of ?-globulin adsorption onto Ti from flowing ?-globulin solution. It was deduced that the rate of this adsorption is determined by the wall shear rate, the diffusivity of ?-globulin and the bulk amount of ?- globulin solution. An adsorption model was developed in order to seek the factors that determine the intrinsic (qualitative) adsorption and desorption rate constants. The experimental adsorption data was likened to a simple ?-globulin adsorption model, which comprises of adsorption and desorption processes. The model incorporated the rate of diffusion through the boundary (unstirred) layer of constant thickness by solving for the Fick's law. It was deduced that the intrinsic adsorption and desorption rate constants of ?- globulin could be defined as (empirical) exponential functions of the amount of ?-globulin onto Ti surface.
Customer Perception Towards Life Insurance Services in Rural Market published in

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Mr. P Rajavardhan Reddy, Dr Y Jahangir The spread of knowledge, education, internet, and the act of privatization has contributed to an exceptional growth of the Indian insurance sector. Insurance has moved out from being a mere risk coverage activity to that of very attractive investment avenues for the common man. The insurance companies have made big inroads into the rural insurance market in India because more than 70 percent of people live in rural. It is expected that rural insurance will become the biggest beneficiary of the new product and of the technology innovation in the sector of insurance, in the next decade. The present study examines perceptions of India's rural masses with regards to life insurance services and the diverse factors which influence their choice. Findings of the research show that basic socio demographic and economic variables have significant impact on consumers’ perception towards insurance services.
The Effect on Male Reproductive Function and Fertility, In the Ethanolic Extract of Parkinsonia Aculeata published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Priyanka Sharma*, Radhey Kant Sharma and Vipin Kumar Singh To evaluate the effect on male reproductive function and fertility, in the ethanolic extract of Parkinsonia aculeata was administered orally. The body weight remain unaffected but the weight of reproductive organs were decreased significantly after the treatment, significant suppression of cauda epididymal, sperm count and motility was observed. Fertility was decreased in this by 70%. The testicular cell population i.e. primary spermatocytes (preleptotene, pachytene) and secondary spermatocytes were significantly reduced by 61.34%, 76.20% and 80.69%, respectively. A significantly decline was noticed in seminiferous tubular diameter.
INDIAN MICA: A BRILLIANT PAST AND AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Inna Aleksandrovna Serebryanik The article discusses the history of development of the mica market in India. Presents the problems of the mica industry in the India. Analyzed Indias role as a major supplier of mica in the world
MOBILITY REACTIVE FRAMEWORK AND ADAPTING TRANSMISSION RATE FOR COMMUNICATION IN ZIGBEE WIRELESS NETWORKS? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Prinslin.L, V.Janani? ZigBee is based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard and was designed to be used in wireless control and sensor networking. ZigBee provides self-organized, multi-hop and reliable networking facility with long battery lifetime. ZigBee standards have been developed to provide simple, low cost and battery efficient wireless devices. Mobility is part of ZigBee vision and it is difficult to provide to/from connections to mobile end-devices. Due to movement of end-devices, data delivery failures occur in ZigBee wireless network. So, to locate the misplace end devices, the Broadcasting method is used to lessen the effects of mobility. But it consumes large amount of resources in terms of bandwidth and power consumption. Recently ZigBee Node Deployment and Tree construction (ZNDTC) framework is proposed to reduce such resource consumption and provides efficient data transmission between coordinator and mobile end devices. Further adaptive transmission rate and bandwidth utilization technique is then introduced to improve network throughput. Adaptive transmission rate is used to improve the network throughput by increasing the transmission rate i.e. the rate of flow when there is no data loss in the flow. Thus transmission rate is managed based on network traffic.
BEYOND UNIVERSAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME: A STUDY ON THE AWARENESS OF CAREGIVERS AND UTILIZATION OF OPTIONAL VACCINES IN CHILDREN AGED 18-35 MONTHS IN KANPUR published in

Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine

Published by Innovative Publication
Bhola Nath, Yashwant Kumar Rao, Tanu Midha, Ranjeeta Kumari, D.S.Martolia, Samarjeet Kaur Background: In India, the newer vaccines are at present being offered as ‘optional vaccines’. Studies regarding optional vaccines in India are scarce and parents need to make informed decision regarding administration of these vaccines. Objective: (1.) To assess the knowledge of optional vaccines among caregivers of children attending the outpatient department of Pediatrics. (2.) To assess the utilization of optional vaccines in children aged 18-35 months attending the outpatient department of Pediatrics Design: Cross-sectional Study Setting: Outpatient department of Pediatrics, in 2013 Participants: 342, Systematic random sample Results: The overall knowledge about the optional vaccines was poor with 68.4% of the respondents having no knowledge regarding any of the optional vaccines. All the optional vaccines were prescribed and administered at the private hospitals except 40% of the MMR vaccine. A significantly higher proportion of children from urban locality, general caste, upper socioeconomic class, birth order of less than 2 and having parents with higher education were immunized with optional vaccines than their respective counterparts. Conclusions: It is time for looking into the issues of newer vaccines for the control of emerging childhood illnesses.
Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage by Blunt Tip Trocar(5mm) Channeled Drain Technique-A Case Series published in

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Dr.Kamlesh A Bhadreshwara ,Dr.Alpesh Amin Diagnostic peritoneal lavage (DPL) is an invasive, rapid and highly accurate test for evaluating intraperitoneal hemorrhage or a ruptured hollow viscus. DPL plays a role in both blunt and penetrating abdominal trauma. In this article we are introducing a simple technique that can even speed up the DPL procedure by using blunt tip 5 mm trocar - 15 French Blake silicon drain in a semi-open technique. Method: Semi-open DPL was performed in 11 patients with blunt abdominal trauma (BAT). A blunt tip 5 mm trocar was introduced into the peritoneal cavity blindly and 15 Fr size Blake channeled drain was advanced into the peritoneal cavity and the peritoneal effluent was withdrawn and analyzed. Results: A total of 11 blunt abdominal trauma patients were subjected to 5mm Blunt Tip Trocar-Channeled Drain DPL technique. The DPL was grossly positive in 9 patients (81.8%) and subsequently were managed surgically and in two patients (18.2%) it was grossly and microscopically negative, subsequently both were managed conservatively. There was no complications attributed to this new DPL technique. Conclusion: The preliminary data suggest that blunt tip 5mm trocar - Channeled Drain technique delivers a faster reliable way of performing DPL in trauma patients. However, large number of cases is needed to justify its Routine use in trauma.
Suggesting an empirical formula for Indian code of precast concrete on the maximum and minimum diaphragm forces in high seismicity published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Bhruti Sharma Diaphragm action is responsible for distributing lateral loads arising due to seismicity and wind loads among the lateral force resisting (LFR) members consisting of columns, bracings and shear walls in a typical reinforced concrete structure. Hence, the role of diaphragms is to provide structural integrity, i.e., maintain the floor system’s gravity load carrying capacity while undergoing diaphragm action. Precast diaphragms could be designed as rigid or flexible depending upon the site and seismicity requirements. Too much of rigidity or flexibility is dangerous to structural behavior due to incompatible deflections and too large deflections respectively. Damage to precast concrete diaphragms is observed in many past earthquakes across the globe. About thirty large panel precast concrete roof panels sustained damage and collapse due to the failure of generating sufficient diaphragm action in the 2001 Bhuj earthquake in India. So, there is an immediate need to analyze and design the diaphragm for high seismicity. In our Indian Standard code of practice for precast concrete, there are no provisions for load distribution in diaphragm systems in high seismic zones. Here in this paper a formula for the distribution of loads in the diaphragms and an empirical formula for the maximum and minimum diaphragm forces have been suggested for the Indian code of practice for precast concrete structures.
Antibacterial Sensitivity of Bacterial Flora of Lower Respiratory Tract After a Week of Tracheostomy published in

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Panduranga M Kamath, Vijendra Shenoy S, Aswin Mukundan, Suja Shreedharan Objective: To evaluate the bacteriology of lower respiratory tract (LRT) and antimicrobial sensitivity following a week tracheostomy Materials and Methods: 70 patients who underwent tracheostomy for various indications from June 2013 to December 2014 were included in this time based study. Tracheal secretions were taken in all the cases and sent for culture and sensitivity. Specimens for culture and sensitivity were collected using a catheter which passes through the tracheostomy tube into the trachea and were analyzed at a single microbiological laboratory. Microbes were identified by their colonial morphology and characteristic biochemical tests Results: Out of 70 patients 56 patients (80%) had shown growth during the culture;Gram Negative Bacilli (AGNB), particularly Pseudomonas aeruginosa (48.6%) and Klebsiellapneumoniae(15.7%), Acenitobacter spp. in 6 patients while Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) was seen in 1 patient. About half of the pseudomonas was found to be resistant to cephalosporinsandmajority showing sensitivity to carbapenems and gentamicin. Acenitobacterwas found to be more sensitive to higher antibiotics like piperacilin-tazobactam and carbapenems only. Conclusion: GNB were the predominant isolates of LRT infections withPseudomonas aeruginosa andKlebsiellapneumoniae and as the commonest isolates. Patients with tracheostomy on prior injudicious antimicrobial therapy are at high risk for contracting lower respiratory tract infections due to resistant GNB.
Preference and Impact of Colour in the Residential Worplace published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Chetna. P. Bhansali, Jeyagowri. R. Man has a strong urge to express his creative and aesthetic instincts in visual form. Since his home is the center of all his activities, his way of life and thoughts spring from within his protective shelter. The internal space of the building must therefore be functional and comfortable to man, to perform his various functions. A comfortable house has proper composition of natural element and manmade elements where the man can perform various functions in the best possible ways and feel pleasant. By the help of interior decoration and ergonomics we can create that environment and the use of colour is the easiest and best way to create a functional environment with character and beauty
DEVELOPMENT OF GREEN COMPOSITES USING DECOMPOSED BAMBOO POWDER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kiyotaka Obunai * , Tadao Fukuta, Koichi Ozaki and Sayaka Ikeno The purpose of this study is to investigate the mechanical properties of green composites made from lignin and cellulose extracted from bamboo. The raw material, consisting of bamboo powder and pure water were put into the reactor and sealed tightly. To decompose the raw material, the temperature of reactor was elevated by the ring furnace to a specified level and maintained for 10 min. For investigate the ability of the decomposed bamboo powder to be molded without the use of a binder, the compression molding technique was employed. The mechanical characteristics of fabricated composites were measured under four point bending load. The Young’s modulus of fabricated composites was also measured by using dynamic hardness tester. The change in amount of holocellulose, ?-cellulose, and lignin during molding was quantitatively evaluated by using the milled composite. Test results showed that the bending strength was increased with increase of temperature of molding. Fracture surface observation revealed that when molding temperature was high, fine surface was appeared at fractured surface, while rough surface was appeared when molding temperature was low. These results suggested that the thermoset ability of lignin was enhanced when molding temperature was high. By enhancing the thermoset ability of lignin, bending characteristics of composites was improved. Quantitative determination results showed that when molding temperature was higher than decomposed temperature of bamboo powder, the change in composition was appeared. Therefore, excessively high molding temperature is not effective because of the ?-cellulose might be decompose.
Synthesis of bicyclic oxepanes: an enantioselective approach to the western part of Shaagrockol C published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Boudjema Menhour*, Paul Aclinou and Jean-Pierre Pete In this paper, we wish to report an efficient and flexible synthetic strategy towards the synthesis of Shaagrockol C. The strategy involves the construction of a bicyclic oxepane which possess several chiral centres. Such system is present in some complex natural products.
Analysis of Selected Personality Traits Among University Women Volleyball Players published in

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A. Telma Priya, Dr. R. Desingu Rajan Aim of the study was to compare the selected personality traits components namely Achievement Motivation and Self-control between low and high achiever of Anna University women Volleyball players. The subjects selected for the study were forty (N=40) inter-collegiate Volleyball players whose age ranged between 18-21 years. Second round winner of the intercollegiate Volleyball match is consider as high achievers (n=20) and first round loser is considered as low achievers (n=20). Among various personalities trait components Achievement Motivation and Self-control only selected for this study. The Achievement Motivation and Self-control was tested by using multidimensional assessment of personality (MAP) scale, developed by Sanjay Vohra (1993) of Psy-com services was used. The means of the two groups were compared employing t-test at 0.05 level of confidence. The analysis of data revealed that the subjects belonging to the two groups did not differ significantly in any of the personality traits.
Decision Support System for Precluding Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
K. Cinetha, Dr. P. Uma Maheswari? Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) remains the biggest cause of deaths worldwide and the Heart Disease Prediction at the early stage is importance. Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death for both men and women and accounts for approximately 600,000 deaths in the United States every year. To design a Decision support System for Precluding Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) risk of patient for the next ten-years for prevention. To assist medical practitioners to diagnose and predict the probable complications well in advance. Identifying the major risk factors of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) categorizing the risk factors in an order which causes high damages such as high blood cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, poor diet, obesity, hyper tension, stress, etc. Data mining functionalities are used to identify the level of risk factors to help the patients in taking precautionary actions to stretch their life span. Primary prevention is recommended as promoting healthy lifestyle and habits through increased awareness and consciousness, to prevent development of any risk factors.
Effect of post shooting application of urea and sulphate of potash at the denavelled, distal stalk end of banana cv. Borjahaji published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
I. SARMA, R. BORGOHAIN AND M. PHUKON A field experiment was conducted at farmer’s field under on farm trial during 2011-12, in Jorhat district of Assam, to study the impact of post shooting application of urea and sulphate of potash on the improvement of bunch weight of banana cultivar Borjahaji. The denavelled distal stalk end of the bunch was fed with urea, sulphate of potash blended with fresh cowdung soon after the fruit set. The results showed that when the bunch was fed with urea (7.5g), sulphate of potash (7.5g) blended with 500 g fresh cowdung (T4) all the yield attributing characters viz., length of fingers, weight of fingers of first hand, weight of fingers of last hand, girth of fingers, weight of first hand, weight of last hand and bunch weight were maximum as compared to denavelling and application of cowdung only (T2) and application of urea and cowdung at denavelled distal stalk end (T3). The minimum of all these characters and bunch weight were obtained in control(T1) where male bud was retained till harvest. The results revealed that the nutrients moved from the blend into the bunch and significantly enhanced the weight of fruits and bunch. When the bunch was fed with urea 7.5 g, sulphate of potash 7.5 g blended with cowdung 500 g (T4) the response was 34.77 per cent, 11 per cent and 5.9 per cent increase in weight of bunch over the treatments T1, T2 and T3, respectively.
PREVALENCE OF ESBL AND AMP C BETA LACTAMASE PRODUCTION AMONG Escherichia coli AND Klebsiella ISOLATED IN URINARY TRACT INFECTION published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.V .P.Sarasu, Dr.S.Radha Kumari A study was under taken to know the occurrence of ESBL & Amp C ?-lactamases producing strains and their antimicrobial susceptibilities to guide therapy for urinary tract infection. 500 samples were collected from MSU & in it, 150 showed significant growth of bacteria. E. coli 57% was the commonest organism isolated followed by Klebsiella 20%. The phenotypic tests reveal 55% , 60% were found to be ESBL producer in E.coli & Klebsiella respectively. Amp C ?- lactamase producer was E. coli 12% , Klebsiella 23% . ESBL producing E. coli and Klebsiella spp showed 100 % sensitivity to Imipenam & Piperacillin-Tazobactum .And Amp C ?- Lactamase producing species shows 100% sensitivity to Imipenam .
Effect of Organizational Commitment on Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Among Teachers published in

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Sangeeta Verma, Dr. Ram Kalap Tiwari The aim of the present study was to examine the effect of organizational commitment on organizational citizenship behaviour among secondary school teachers of Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh. 50 secondary school teachers (25 Rural and 25 Urban) were randomly selected for this study. Organizational commitment scale and organizational citizenship behaviour scale were administered to all participants at school premises. Results indicated that organizational commitment significantly affected the citizenship behaviour of secondary school teachers. These variables showed a significant positive correlation, although rural and urban background showed similar pattern of relationship
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.
An Empirical Study of Youth Inclination Towards Entrepreneurship as an Occupation in Mumbai Region published in

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Dr. Sandeep Rajendra Sahu Self employment has long been considered as fruitful activity with many benefits associated with it. It has its own advantages like limitless earnings, self reliance and important source of livelihood for many aspiring youth. India has considerable chunk of youth manpower. It is this youth that will be major driving force of economy in years to come. Today, Youth has vision to take India to elite club dominated by countries like USA, UK, China etc. With emphasis on make in India campaign, the current government led by Shri Narendra Modi has kickstart a country wide Youth Encouragement Programme. Government has earmarked Rs. 1,000 crore (SETU - Self Employment and Talent Utilisation) for youth development in 2015 budget. The country need youth to take up entrepreneurship challenges like Bansals had taken up while setting up Flipkart as an e-commerce model to become a billion dollar giant setup. The research paper is an attempt to find interest and awareness level of youth to set up own business venture and what practical difficulties they perceive for such venture. We also aim to provide some suggestions through our paper to authorities to inculcate entrepreneurship ideas among country’s youth population.
Influence of mechanical and chemical weed management practices on growth and yield of transplanted rice published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

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

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Anoop Dixit *, Dr. S. K. Sharma Basic purpose of this study is to review the challenges and issues faced by SHGs in India. It was found that SHG’s facilitated the members to become self dependent for solving their social & economic problems and enhances the social status of members by virtue of their being members to the group. Self help groups are small informal association of the poor created at the grass root level for the purpose of enabling members to reap economic benefits out of mutual help solidarity and joint responsibility. Self help groups are formed voluntarily by the rural and urban poor to save and contribute to a common fund to be lent to be lent to its members as per group decision and for working together for social and economic uplift of their families and community. The SHGs, being a group of like- minded persons, get empowered to solve most of its problems of a non-financial nature such as a row material and input supply marketing, better adopting the technology, education and training for realization of its objectives for development. Thus, self help groups disburse microcredit to the rural women for the purpose of making them enterprising women and encouraging them to inter into entrepreneurial activities. Credit needs of the rural and urban poor women are fulfilled totally thought the SHGs. SHGs enhance equality of status of women as participation, decision-makers and beneficiaries in the democratic, economic, social and cultural spheres of life.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT LEVELS OF PROVINCES published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

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Serap Taskaya, Bayram Sahin, Mustafa Demirk?ran,P?nar Balcik Yalcin The sizes of human resources for health are the most important indicators which are used to determine the level of health status among countries, regions or provinces. The aim of this study was to assess the relationship between health workforce to population ratios and economic development ranking of provinces. The data on economic development ranking of provinces were obtained from "Socio?Economic Development Ranking of Provinces and Regions "published in 2013 by the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Development and "Research on Development Level of Provinces with 2010 and 2012 Data” conducted by Turkey Isbank in 2014. Health workforce to population ratios by provinces were obtained from the official website of Turkish Statistical Institute. The correlation analyzes indicated that, it was highly correlation between the economic development level and number of dentist per 10000 population (r = ?0.890 and? ?0.792) and number of pharmacist per 10000 population (r = ?0.810 and ?0.684 ) and moderate correlation between the level of economic development ranking and with the number of physician per 10000 population (r = ?0.680 and ?0.698). The correlation between nurse to population ratio (r = ?0.507 and ?0.422) and the levels of development of the province was lower. There was no correlation between number of midwives per 10000 population (r = ?0.246 and ?0.086) and the economic development ranking of the province. According to these findings, the human resources for health, especially the number of pharmacists, dentists and doctors could be taken into account in the research on the economic development ranking.
Combined Effect of Ginger and Honey Against Salmonellosis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Aruna.G, Dr. Anjum.A, Dr. C.M. Noorjahan Salmonellosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria called Salmonella. Researchers have shown cockroaches as reservoirs and vectors of Salmonella sp. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) and honey are one of the nature’s gifts to mankind and have been used to prevent and control many microbial infections. The aim of this study was to evaluate the antibacterial effects of Z.officinale and honey on Salmonella sp. isolated from cockroaches. Disc diffusion and tube dilution methods were used to determine the antibacterial activity of the ginger extract, honey and combination of both against Salmonella sp. The results indicated that the ginger extract, honey and its combination inhibited the growth of Salmonella typhi, Salmonella paratyphi A and Salmonella paratyphi B. The ginger - honey mixture had noticeable effect on examined species compared to the individual effects of ginger and honey, thus justifying their combined use in treatment for enteric infection.
An Observational Study of Clinical Pattern of Adverse Cutaneous Drug Reactions and Causative Agents in Tertiary Health Care Center. published in

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Dr. Vimmi Agrawal, Dr. S. P. Pandey, Dr. Usha Gupta Adverse cutaneous drug reactions (ACDRs) are caused by a wide variety of agents. The pattern of cutaneous ADR and the drugs responsible for them is changing every year. Aims: Our objective was to evaluate the clinical pattern of ACDRs and the causative drugs in the tertiary health care center. Methods: fifty five patients with adverse cutaneous drug reactions were recruited for this study during 2013-2014. Results: The Most of ACDRs belonged to the age group of 21-30 years (27.27%). The male to female ratio was1.75:1. The most common eruptions observed were maculopapular rash (41.81%) followed by fixed drug eruption (20%), Erythema multiforme and SJS/TEN (10.90%), and the most common causes were NSAIDs followed by antimicrobial agents. Conclusion: The pattern of ACDRs And the drugs causing them is remarkably different in our population. Knowledge of these drug eruptions, the causative drugs and the prognostic indicators is essential for the clinician.
Determination and Mapping of Activity Levels of 40K in Madloom Region in Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Hussein H. A. Al-Gazali, Ammar M. H. Al-Ayashi Abstract Ninety nine soil samples were collected from Madloom region in Al-Najaf Al-Ashraf. The gamma rays spectral measurements were done for all samples by using Sodium Iodide activated by Thalium NaI(Tl), its dimension 2"× 2", from the spectral analysis identified Potassium 40K radionuclide. The activity concentration was calculated for 40K, ranged from 66.53±1.39 Bq.Kg-1 to 225.32±2.84 Bq.Kg-1, and the mean value were 142±2.16 Bq.Kg-1.
THE STUDY OF WELFARE AND WORKING CONDITIONS AT AUTOLINE INDUSTRIES LTD‚ PUNE (CHAKAN PLANT II) published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
D.B.BAGUL Welfare facility & wor king condition is burning topic every organization; therefore to develop my skills and gain knowledge about Welfare facility & working condition, I undertook a research on " the Study of Welfare facilities & working conditions" at Auto line I ndustries Ltd Pune. (Plant II) for the period of June & July 2014 . As one knows that this is the important topic from both i.e. Emp loyee & Employer point of view. Research duration was 2 months, Research title "The study of Welfare facilities & working conditions," done at the Auto line Industries. Primary objective set for this is the study of welfare facilities & working conditions provided by Auto line industries ( Plant II) to their Employees. Research is carried out, Methods of data collection is Primary & Secondary like taking feedback through Questionnaire, reading the compan y manual, website etc. Research type is the Descriptive method, sample size 50, data analyzed & presented i n a Pie Chart & observation & findings are drawn from these only, suggested the new techniques/ methods to improve the welfare satisfaction level among the employees.
CLOUD COMPUTING METHODOLOGY INVESTIGATION WITH DYNAMIC RESOURCE ALLOCATION published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Pravin Chavan, Sagar Kokare, Srinivas Dharawath Cloud Computing is one of the emerging areas in the various fields related to computer science and can be exercised for on demand dynamic resource allocation for providing reliable and guaranteed services to the consumer. Cloud systems are 'on demand' as they offer a way of providing required resources to consumers as and when they need it. It is pay-as-you-use manner service. In Cloud systems, a pool of resources is shared by several users. So making these resources available in most optimal way is a challenging task. Cloud computing provides opportunity to dynamically scale the computing resources for applications. These resources are shared among customers using virtualization technology. Using these resources efficiently is an open challenge. Since, cloud computing consists of large number of resources, testing application and resource policies on cloud computing environment may be time consuming and difficult. To ease the problem of modeling and testing policies, we use Virtual Machine, for cloud computing environment.
SOME FEATURES OF MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF COASTAL MANAGERITALIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov; Sagat Zhunisbekov; Seytkhan Meldebekovich Koybakov In this article the authors consider specifics of development of mathematical model of manageritalia on the basis of patents (19)KZ(13)A(11) 11862.
DEROOFING – AMETHOD OF CHOICE IN THE TREATMENT OF SUPPURATIVE HIDRADENITIS OF PERINEUM published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Assoc. P rof. Sergey Iliev*, MD, Ph.D. ; Dr. Paulina Vladova ; Dr. Dobromir Nguen A im: Suppurative hidradenitis is a chronic relapsing inflammatory disease that affects the apocrine sweat glands, and is most often located in the perianal area.Perineal and perianal locations cover about 37% of the total morbidity and it is more common in males. Materials and Methods: A prospective interventional study of 13 patients with suppurative fistulizing hidradenitis of perineum, treated in the Department of Colo proctological and purulent - septic surgery, University Hospital, Pleven for the period 2008 - 2013. Results: The period between the occurrences of diseaseand surgical treatment is very long – from 2 to 36 years (average - 9.2 years). The average hospital s tay was 13.5 days. Operative wounds healed secondarily an average of about 30 days. Patients were followed for 6 months, 1 year and 2 years. Two patients with relapses on the 6th postoperative month, have re - hospitalization and surgery with good results. Conclusion: Treatment of suppurative hidradenitis of the perineum is complex, both in terms of local status and systematic violations resulting chronic infection. The advantages of deroofing are: minimal trauma to the patient, requires no special equipment , there is a lower rate of recurrence compared with other methods (in our study - 15.38%) and leads to the formation of aesthetically acceptable scar.
Organizational Climate and Teachers Morale in the Higher Secondary Schools of Namakkal District published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. VINCENT THANINAYAGAM To study aims to find out the organizational climate and teachers morale in the higher secondary schools of Namakkal district. A samples of 220 higher secondary school teachers selected randomly were studied. A questionnaire method of survey was used to find out the teacher Organizational Climate and Teachers Morale. People through out the world have shown considerable interest in studying organizational climate prevailing in Education Institutions. They have also identified different types of climates and studied the differential effects of these climates on different variables concerning the teachers, the learners or the teachinglearning situations. There is no doubt that a conducive atmosphere will place the institutions on the top of its reputation. Again this will help for building up the teacher morale. When the morale is high it helps for shaping the personality of the pupils which is the ultimate goal of education. It is therefore very important and interesting to study the relationship between school climate and morale of the teachers. The data were collected by using questionnaire as an instrument. Primary data were collected by conducting direct structured interview using questionnaire. All the respondents were asked the same questions in the same fashion and they were informed the purpose of study. Descriptive Statistics, ANOVA and t-test analysis was applied to test the hypotheses. The findings and observations are the result and outcome of the interpretations made during the study of analysis. This will create motivation to the teachers also encourage the management to achiever more in their good organizational climate
To Study the Correlation Between Serum Uric Acid Levels and Acute Ischemic Stroke. published in

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Dr. Kondal Reddy Sankepally, Dr. R. Padma AIM AND OBJECTIVES: TO STUDY THE RELATION OF SERUM URIC ACID LEVELS AS A RISK FACTOR IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This Cross-Section Study Was Performed From 2011 To 2014 on 50 Patients attending To Gandhi Hospital Medicine Department SECUNDERABAD With Ischemic Stroke With Focal Neurological Deficit. RESULTS: Out of 80 patients studied, 56 were males and 24 were females. Male: female ratio was 2.3:1. . Mean SUA level in cases was 6.48 ± 1.92 mg / dl whereas it was 5.09 ± 1.07 mg/dl for controls. Mean SUA level was significantly higher in cases as compared to controls (P< 0.001). Hypertension, Diabetes and serum Uric Acid were independently associated with stroke according to our study. But the mean SUA in hypertensive subjects (6.42 ± 1.85 mg/dl) was higher than that in normotensive subjects (5.49 ± 1.55 mg/dl) and was statistically significant (P= 0.00). There was a statistically significant difference between SUA levels in diabetic (6.85 ± 1.86 mg/dl, Range 3.1 – 12 mg/dl) and non-diabetic patients (5.56 ± 1.58 mg/dl, Range 2.1 - 11 mg/dl)) (P = 0.00) CONCLUSIONS: SUA is highly sensitive and an independent risk factor for Ischemic stroke in patients even without other traditional risk factors for atherosclerosis.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF DECCAN AND ORIENT CEMENT COMPANIES published in

THINK DIFFERENT INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL

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1) Mukti R. Barot 2) Dr. Prashant M. Joshi 3) Dr. Pramod Thakur Working capital plays crucial role in business firm because the success of any business depends upon the optimal level of working capital. For carrying out smoothly day-to-day operations of the firm, enough working capital is required, so proper management of working capital is needed because a working capital is the lifeblood of any business firm. With the help of this kind of management, we can uphold proper level in a various component of working capital i.e. cash receivables, inventory, payables etc. In this study, the researcher has selected two cement company- the one is Deccan Cement Ltd and second is Orient Cement Ltd because cement industry also play significant role in Indian economy for economic growth. Cement industry also plays key role as like the development of social, industrial and commercial infrastructure etc. The cement Industry is one of core industries of the nation. The cement industry is one of the oldest sectors of India. The total use of cement during the whole year is the best an indicator of economic development. Cement industries provide direct and indirect employment in our country. Thus, it is understood that the part of cement industry is vital in the economic development and growth of a nation. This study is based only upon secondary data and related data have collected from website of companies, company‘s annual reports and financial websites like money control .com. For the study researcher ,has covered the period 2011-12 to 2015-16. For the data analysis, the researcher has selected the technique of ratio analysis.
Scope of Ayurveda to The Growth of Tourism Industry in Kerala published in

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Dr.HaseenaV.A, Dr.Ajims P. Mohammed Tourism is one of the few sectors where Kerala has clear competitive advantages given its diverse geography in a short space ranging from the Western Ghats covered with dense forests to the backwaters to the Arabian sea. Its ancient rich culture including traditional dance forms and the strong presence of alternative systems of medicine add to its allure. Unfortunately, Kerala is dominated by domestic tourism within the state although foreign tourists arrivals to the state has been growing at a faster rate than national average. The goal in the KPP 2030 is to develop Kerala as an up-market tourism destination with the state being the top destination in terms of number of tourists and revenue among all the Indian states. Sustainable tourism is the mission. This can be achieved by integrating tourism with other parts of the economy like medical and health hubs which will attract more stable tourists over a longer period of time and with higher spending capacity. There will be new elements added to leisure tourism and niche products in tourism will be developed. Infrastructure development is crucial to achieve this goal. The success of Kerala tourism will be based on the synergy between private and public sectors. The government has taken steps to encourage private investment in tourism, while adhering to the principles and practices of sustainability. Industry led sustainable tourism development relies upon the government- imposed and self- imposed regulations. Tourism in Kerala will be benchmarked against international indicators and monitored on a regular basis to achieve quality.
EFFECT OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS ON GROWTH FLOWERING AND YIELD ATTRIBUTES OF AFRICAN MARIGOLD (TAGETES ERECTA L.) published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Suvalaxmi Palei, A. K. Das, D. K. Dash An experiment was carried out during winter season of 2014 in Department of Fruit Science and Horticulture Technology, College of Agriculture, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The experiment was conducted in randomized block design with ten treatments comprising of three levels each of Gibberellic Acid (25, 50, 100 ppm ), Ethrel (25, 50, 100ppm) and Naphthalene Acetic Acid (25, 50, 100 ppm) replicated thrice to evaluate the effect of these plant growth regulators on growth, flowering and yield characters in African marigold. The observed vegetative traits like plant height, numbers of branches per plant, number of leaves per plant and plant girth and different flowering as well as yield attributing traits like early flower bud initiation, opening of first flower and maximum duration of flowering, flower stalk length, number of flowers per plant, weight of flower, weight of flowers per plant and flower yield per plant were found to be maximum from the treatment of Gibberellic Acid @100 ppm as compared to other treatments.
Dielectric and emissive behavior of red soils of North Maharashtra at X-band microwave frequency published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Avinash.A.Patil*, D.V.Ahire and P.R.Chaudhari The dielectric properties of red soil have been study with various percentage of moisture content. Microwave transmission line waveguide technique has been used for this purpose. The dielectric properties including dielectric constant (?’) and dielectric loss (?”) have been measured for the red soil samples collected from the three places located each in the Dhule (S1,S3) and Jalgaon (S2) districts of north Maharashtra region (India) at 9.2 GHz frequency of varied moisture content at X-band . The experimental observations shows that the dielectric constant of these red soil samples increased from about 2.69 to 19.5 for sample S1, 2.65 to 19.2 for sample S2 and 2.53 to 20.2 for sample S3, when its corresponding gravimetric MC changed from 0 % (oven dry) to around 30 %. Estimations of emissivity ep(q) by using emissivity model for vertical and horizontal polarizations at various incident angles show decrease in emissivity with increase in MC / dielectric constant. Electrical a.c. conductivity is also reported. This data is very useful in designing passive sensors for microwave remote sensing.
OPTIMIZATION AND ANALYSIS OF SLANT BED - A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Hiren M. Mistry* For the Mechanical Design Engineering we have face many complex problem of structural design, the solution of that type of problems are not possible with analytical methods. In such case we have to use the Numerical Technique known as “Finite Element Analysis (FEA)”. FEA is a most powerful Numerical Technique for the solution of a very complex mechanical design problem. In present case, matter is discussed with Finite Element Analysis of slant bed of CNC-Turning center. The machine tool-bed structure has a great influence on the overall performance of a machine. With the development of high speed and high precision of CNC machine, the requirements of the static and dynamic performance of the machine tool structural components have become more significant. The two functional requirements of machine tool bed for machine tools are high structural stiffness and high damping. The previous work has been done on individual component and supporting structure by some researchers. Here, any individual component plays an important role and have a great influence on productivity and quality of product.
Synthetic and Structural Studies on Chiral Nickel Complexes published in

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Sunny S. Tarve, Sagar V. Sanap And Raju M. Patil Ternary Chiral Mixed Ligand (CML) Ni(II) metal complexes of general molecular formula [Ni(MINAP) (aa)?2H2O]; where, MINAP is sodium salt of p-methylisonitroso- acetophenone and aa is a chiral amino acid have prepared. The complexes have characterised by several physico-chemical techniques like molar conductance, specific optical rotation, magnetic susceptibility, electronic absorption, infrared spectral and TG-DTA analysis. On the basis of results the bonding and structure of the complexes discussed in details.
SPECTRAL AND BIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF SOME NEW SN (II) COMPLEXES WITH SCHIFF BASES OF AMINO ACIDS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sangeeta Sihag, Sumit Pareek, Monika Gupta, Sarita Varshney and Anil K.Varshney? Some Schiff base ligands haveprepared by the reaction of 2-acetylfluorene and 4-acetylbiphenyl with amino acids (glycine, alanine, leucine, isoleucine, valine and tryptophan). These ligands were used to synthesize a series of new metal complexes of Sn (II) in 2:1 molar ratio using benzene as a reaction medium. The structure determination and characterization of these ligands and complexes were made on the basis of UV, IR, (1H, 13C and 119Sn) NMR spectroscopy as well as elemental analysis. The Schiff base ligand and their complexes have also been screened for biological activity against various pathogenic bacteria, fungi and insects. The result shows that the complexes are superior to the free ligands and their toxicity has increased by increasing concentration.
Educate the Parents to Educate the future of India published in

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Deepa Awasthi Along with other factors education level of parents also influence the academic performance and life skill development of child. Different studies proved that parents who are educated up to degree level are able to motivate their child in better way as compared to parents who not well educated. Education level of parents decides many factors such as socio-economic status of family, availability of resources, involvement of parents with children, attitude of family toward education, relationship of child among family and in their social group, quality of schooling and behavioural development etc. These factors directly or indirectly impact child learning and their growthEducational activities of parents such as reading, writing, visiting museums and libraries, collecting books etc.adds learning experiences of child. These experiences act as a motivational force for child which leads to better performance. Highly educated parents have ability to utilise the resources in better way for child wellbeing. It is observed that child whose parents are not well educated, develops behavioural problems and addiction to alcohol, drugs and tobacco etc. Such types of children are generally develops introvert personality and have more chances of being attracted toward crime. A clear policy is required from Government to enhance the educational level of parents which will ultimately have positive effect on literacy percentage of nation.
Physiology of Temperate and Tropical Orchids-An Overview published in

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Trivedi Devanshi,Shrimali Gaurav, Patel Illa Epiphytic orchids are characterized by thick and succulent leaves with thick cell walls, cuticles and small substomatal chamber whereas those of terrestrial species are thin. Usually mature leaves are photosynthetically active. The base of the stem of sympodial epiphytes, or in some species essentially the entire stem, may be thickened to form what is called a pseudobulb that contains nutrients and water for drier periods. Terrestrial orchids may be rhizomatous or form corms or tubers which contain reserve carbohydrates. A marked increase in respiration following pollination has been observed in orchids. Activities of a number of enzymes like catalase, peroxidase, polyphenol oxidase, ascorbic acid oxidase and glycolic acid oxidase increased following pollination. All orchid species are mycoheterotrophic during germination and reliant upon fungi to complete their lifecycle. All thin leaved orchids fix CO2 via C3 pathway. C4 pathway occurs primarily in plants of tropical origin growing under high light and high temperature conditions, E.g, Arundina graminifolia. The majority of plants in the Orchid family uses Crassulacean Acid Metabolism or CAM photosynthesis to fixate carbon dioxide. In these plants, the carboxylating enzyme for dark fixation is phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase (PEPCase). An orchid leaf will have greater rates of photosynthesis at higher levels of atmospheric CO2 concentration. In Cymbidium, the process from flower bud induction in the new growth to blooming can be divided into three stages, Flower Bud Initiation in the New Growth (Stage I), Flower Spike Initiation (Stage II) and Spike Elongation and Blooming (Stage III). Orchid pseudobulbs serve as water storage, carbohydrate storage and mineral storage organ.
QSAR ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURALLY SIMILAR 1, 3, 4-OXADIAZOLE/THIADIAZOLE AND 1, 2, 4-TRIAZOLE DERIVATIVES OF BIPHENYL-4-YLOXY ACETIC ACID AS ANTIINFLAMMATORY AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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Ramesh L Sawant*, Dnyaneshwar B Hardas, Karan K Pawa, Abhishek K Shinde Two dimensional (2D) and three dimenstinal (3D) QSAR analysis of series of structurally similar 1, 3, 4- Oxadiazoles /thiadiazole and 1, 2, 4-triazole derivatives of biphenyl -4-yloxy acetic acid as antiinflammatory agents have been done using VLife MDS 4.3 software. The compounds were divided into training and test set. Various models were built by using Partial Least Square (PLS) regression analysis and Principle Component Regression (PCR) analysis. Best QSAR model was selected on the basis of various statistical parameters like square correlation coefficient (r 2 ), cross validated square correlation coefficient (q 2 ) and sequential Fischer test (F). The results of the 2DQSAR models were further compared with 3D-QSAR models generated by Molecular Field Analysis coupled with partial least square (PLS) detecting the substitutional requirements for the favorable anti -inflammatory activity and providing useful information in the characterization and differentiation of their binding sites. The results derived may be useful in further designing novel anti-inflammatory agents prior to synthesis.
Comparative Efficacy of Some Biorational Insecticides for Management of Shoot and Fruit Borer (Earies Vittella Fab.) on Okra published in

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Laishram Laishana Devi, Tushar M. Ghule, Dr. A.K. Senapati, Prof. M.L Chatterjee A field experiment was conducted during pre-kharif (2012 and 2013) at Jaguli Instructional farm, B.C.K.V., West Bengal, India to evaluate the efficacy of seven biorational insecticides viz., Bacillus thuringiensis, Emamectin benzoate, Spinosad, Chlorofenapyr, Beauveria bassiana, Neem and Verticillium lecanii against Shoot and Fruit Borer (Earias vittella). Two years mean data with respect to effect of different treatments against E. vittella infestation at 15 days interval for each spray revealed significantly minimum shoot and fruit infestation that Spinosad 45% SC@ 50 g a.i/ha (5.62%) followed by Chlorfenapyr @ 100 g a.i/ha (6.16%), Emamectin benzoate 5% SG @ 12 g a.i./ ha (6.89), B. thuringiensis @1000ml/ha (7.56%), Beauveria bassiana @ 300 g a.i./ha (8.30%), Verticillium lecanii @ 1000 ml/ha (8.64%) and neem 10000 ppm @ 3 g a.i./ha (9.37%). The effect of Spinosad 45 SC @50 g a.i/ha treatments on marketable fruit yield (72.18q/ha) on weight basis of okra revealed most effective after each picking, compared to untreated control during both the seasons of field trail.
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON GEO-POLYMER CONCRETE INCORPORATING GGBS (GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNANCE SLAG) AND METAKAOLIN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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, Madasu Durga Rao, Nekkalapu Divya The major problem the world is facing today is the environmental pollution. In the construction industry mainly the production of Portland cement will causes the emission of pollutants results in environmental pollution. We can reduce the pollution effect on environment, by increasing the usage of industrial by-products in our construction industry. Geo-polymer concrete is such a one and in the present study, to produce the geo-polymer concrete the Portland cement is fully replaced with GGBS (Ground granulated blast furnace slag) and Metakaolin and alkaline liquids are used for the binding of materials. The alkaline liquids used in this study for the polymerization are the solutions of Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium silicate (Na2Sio3). 10Molar Sodium hydroxide is taken for the preparation of different mixes by varying the percentages of GGBS (Ground granulated blast furnace slag) and Metakaolin. The cube specimens are taken of size 150mm x 150mm x 150mm for compression test. The curing was done directly by placing the specimens to direct sunlight. The geo-polymer concrete specimens are tested for their compressive strength at the age of 3, 7 and 28days and compared with conventional concrete. For this study M30 concrete mix was used for experimental work. The result shows that there is an increase in the strength of Geopolymer concrete up to 40%GGBS content and then it is decreasing. Therefore it is preferable to use 40%GGBS with metakaolin to get high strength. Metakaolin and GGBS can be used as a replacement material for cement gives an excellent result in strength aspect and quality aspect since it is better than the control concrete.
Impact of Self- Help Groups on Empowerment of Rural Women-A Case Study in Guntur District ofAndhara Pradesh published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Sk. Asha Begum The women constitutes half the world’s population, perform nearly two third of work hours and earnsone tenth of the world’s income butowns less than one hundredth percent of the worlds property. Self-sacrifice and self-denial add to their nobility and fortitude and yet they have been subjected to all inequalities, indignities, inequality and discrimination. They are customarily expected to confine themselves to house hold environs and play a passive role as daughters, daughters-in-law, wives and mothers. They are typically considered as weaker than men. This attitude has constrained their mobility and consequently lack of opportunities for development of their personalities. Women belonging to underprivileged and poorer section, irrespective of their social stratum or region, are by themselves, in no position to unravel their problems. They are subject to discrimination and exploitation and occupy a lower status in domestic political and economic scenario. Women, particularly in rural areas have proportionately least possessions, skills,education,social status, leadership qualities and capabilities for mobilization which determines the degree of decision making and power. This aim of this paper is to highlight the impact of self help groups on rural women in Andhra Pradesh particularly in Guntur district. The study is to assess the economic, social and political empowerment that has been achieved by the sample respondents after joining SHGs across sample villages and to analyze the problem faced by the sample SHGs across sample villages.
Bhumandalikaran Aur Hindi Upanyas Sahitya published in

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Variations in the oracobrachialis and Brachialis of Arm published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Ashwini M Mutalik Muscular variations are very common in man leading to varieties of anomalies. During routine dissection we found coracobrachialis not pierced by musculocutaneous nerve and with the presence of ligament of struthers. Secondly we also noted that the medial part of brachialis muscle mingled with the fibers of medial head of triceps & finally got inserted into olecranon process of ulna.
A Rare and Unique Case of Bilateral Double Collecting System with Congenital Ureteric Anomalies Presenting as Abdominal Distension in a Two-Year Old Baby Girl. published in

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Md. Aasif Siddique Ahmed Khan, Sukanya Muddusetty, A. Narendra Kumar, Kavitha N. , Bushra Raoof, Shashank Kumar Srivastav. Development disorders of kidneys and urinary tract constitute a spectrum of malformations ranging from the complete absence of kidney tissue to minor structural abnormalities. We report a unique case of malrotated duplex kidney with complete duplication of ureter with upper moiety grossly dilated tortuous ureter suggestive of Congenital Giant Megaureter (CGM) on Right side and duplex kidney on left side with partial duplication of ureter in a two year old female child which presented as abdominal distension since birth. Such anomaly with the normal function and drainage in both the kidneys has not been reported so far, in this age group.
A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF TRIPLE FREQUENCY NOTCHED UWB ANTENNA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Anju A Chandran * , Shiney Thankachan A comparative study of compact coplanar-waveguide (CPW) fed ultrawideband (UWB) printed monopole antenna (PMA) with triple frequency notching achieved by using single ring split ring resonators (SRR) is presented and validated here on two different substrates such as FR4 Epoxy material and RT Duroid 5870 material. Here also a comparative design study made on two substrates in order to study the effect of permittivity and height of substrates on this antenna. Here the antenna loaded with three single ring SRRs to create triple band notches, in 3.5 GHz for WiMAX, 5.5 GHz for WLAN, and 7.9 GHz for X-band satellite communication systems, respectively. Return loss and voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) are used to show the effect of these rings. The measured result shows a close correlation to the theoretical results.
Resume of Interview with Professors Richard Burton and Børge Obel published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Dorthe Døjbak Håkonsson This interview is with Professors Richard Burton and Børge Obel. Professor Burton is Professor Emeritus at The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. Previously, he was senior editor at Organization Science. Currently, he is an associate editor of the Strategic Management Journal and associate editor of the Journal of Organization Design. Professor Obel is Professor at Aarhus University and Director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Organizational Architecture (ICOA) which he founded in 2011. He is co-editor of the Journal of Organization Design. He is the former Dean of the Aarhus School of Business. The interview was conducted in 2013 when Professor Burton was a visiting Professor at ICOA.
Mutual Fund Liquidity Timing in Higher Moment Framework: The Evidence from Thailand published in

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

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Woraphon Wattanatorn, Chaiyuth Padungsaksawasdi, Sarayut Nathaphan In this paper, we provide the first evidence of liquidity timing ability of mutual funds outside US. We propose a new model to study liquidity timing ability of mutual funds. Our model matches the higher moment framework required for emerging market study. We find that low performance and high performance funds clearly have inverse liquidity timing ability. The low performance funds have negative liquidity timing ability, whereas the higher performance funds exhibit positive liquidity timing ability. Our results of liquidity timing hold in higher moment framework. We further analyze the effect of bank-mutual funds relationship and find that the bank-related mutual funds have positive liquidity timing ability while we find no evidence of this liquidity timing for non-bank-related mutual funds.
Patient Monitoring Using Embedded published in

International Journal of Research in Science & Technology

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Palaparthi.Jagadeesh Chand The aim of this project is to inform the doctor about the ICU patient condition through wireless. For the medical professionals it becomes important to continuously monitor the conditions of a patient. In a large setup like a hospital or clinical center where a single doctor attends many patients, it becomes difficult to keep informed about the critical conditions developed in each of the patients. This project provides a device which will continuously monitor the vital parameters to be monitored physiological functions of a patient and do data logging continuously. If any critical situation arises in a patient, this unit also raises an alarm and also communicates to the concerned doctor by means of an SMS to the doctor.
Strategy for Improving the Farming Performance Through Ict of Anandhra Pradesh published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr.R.HARILAL The suggested strategies for increasing farming performance of poultry farmers through utilization of ICTs include: 1) provision of adequate infrastructure, 2) provision of information access to farmers through creating awareness, 3) establishing information kiosk at each village, 4) orientation of human resources towards ICT extension, 5) developing IT related curricula through distance education mode, 6) promotion of public-private partnership and 7) attitude of Veterinary scientists and extension service providers towards utilizing ICT for commercial poultry development.
Organic monolithic materials: preparation and applications published in

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Eman Alzahrani Monolithic materials have been shown to possessmany advantages compared with packed particles. For example, they are easy to prepare, they have high surface area and high stability, and they are highly permeable to liquid flow compared with the packed bed since porous monoliths contain interconnected macroand mesopores. Theporous polymer-based monolithshave been fabricated by using a wide range of monomers and crosslinking agents enabling the porous properties of the monolith to be controlled. In the recent years, they have found widespread use in many different applications such as liquid chromatography, solid phase extraction, and enzyme immobilisation in capillary and microfluidic chip formats. This review focuses on the various studies outline routes for fabrication of the organic monolithic materials. Moreover, this review focuses on the applications of polymer-based monoliths in solid phase extraction.
PROBLEMS OF INVESTIGATION OF SOME ETHNOGRAPHIC-ARCHAEOLOGICAL FEATURES OF HANDICRAFT OF GANJA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov The basic typical craftsmanship branches of Ganja were investigated for the first time from the ethnographic-archaeological point of view in this article. Also, in this scientific work have been researched the main features of these national craftsmanship kinds.
A Cross Sectional Study of Teaching and Evaluation Methodology in Physiology published in

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Narendra Gupta, Shashi Kant Verma, Gaurav Joshi, H S Joshi, Anand Mishra Background: Continuous monitoring and improvement is necessary for education technology. The student’s feedback is inevitable, inexpensive and valuable tool to improve teaching and evaluation methods. Their feedback could be used to modify the curriculum and teaching practice according to need of students rather than just imparting knowledge on them. Aims & Objective: To obtain feedback on teaching and evaluation methods in the subject of Physiology to infer any need of change in teaching and evaluation methodology. Materials and Methods: A written structured questionnaire was distributed among 1st year medical students to get feedback from the students. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics. Results:Majority of the students preferred Lecture, Demonstration and self-study.System completion test, tutorials was the best among the evaluation techniques. Conclusion:Student’s feedback is considered to be the best method to change curriculum according to the student’s need. It is revealed from the student’s feedback that the students were satisfied with almost all the teaching & evaluation practices implemented in our college.
Clonal Propagation and Antibacterial Activity of Moringa Peregrina (Forssk) Fiori Plant published in

JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Linda Naim Hasan Alrayes, Wesam “Moh’d Hadi” Al Khateeb, Mohamad Awad Shatnawi Moringa peregrina (Forssk) Fiori is one of the known medicinal plants in Jordan. It is used in traditional medicine to treat rheumatism and infections. Plant parts are used in the indigenous systems of human medicine for the treatment of a variety of ailments. Therefore, this study was conducted to investigate factors affecting M. peregrina in vitro propagation and its antimicrobial activity. Microshoots with apical meristem (10 or 15 mm in length) were subculture on MS medium supplemented with different concentration of BAP, Kinetin, Zeatin and Thidiazuron (TDZ). Maximum number of new shoots/explant (4.39) was obtained on Murashige and Skoog agar medium supplemented with 1.6 mg/L Zeatin. While at 0.4 mg/L BAP maximum shoot length was obtained (37.78 mm). Antibacterial activity of aqueous, methanolic, ethanolic, and acetonic extracts of both in vitro plantlets and ex vitro (field grown) M. peregrina were evaluated by the agar well-diffusion method against Klebsiella oxytoca ATCC 18182, Salmonella typhimurium ATCC 19430, Methicillin resistant, Staphcoccus aureusATCC 29974, Klebsiella pneumonia ATCC13883, Proteus vulgaris ATCC 13315, Proteus mirabilis ATCC 12453, Enterobacter aerogenes ATCC 35029, Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 27253, Escherichia coli O157:H7, Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 25923, Salmonella paratyphi ATCC 13076 and Escherichia coli ATCC 29522. The obtained results showed that ethanolic, acetonic and aqueous extract revealed a wide antibacterial activity. Ethanolic extract of in vitro M. peregrina plantlets showed the maximum inhibition zone against Staphcoccus aureus.
EFFICACY OF ABHYANTAR CHIKITSA WITH STHANIK CHIKITSA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UTERINE FIBROID: A CASE STUDY published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
1*Vd. Paithankar (Joshi) Medha.D. and 2Vd. Deshmukh Jayashree S Over the few decades man has literally conquered the "Everest" of advanced Technology. However still the indicator of prosperity and happiness of any community is judged by its health index and not merely by its materialistic advancement. Furthermore the overall health index of any community is governed by the health of the women in that community, Thus special attention should be provided to maintain a healthy womanhood. But in daily medical practice varied problems are seen in woman like… ? Irregular menstrual cycle. ? PCOS. ? PID. ? Uterine Fibroid. Among these varied problems Uterine Fibroid is not only the commonest benign tumour but also is the commonest benign solid tumour in female. Now a days due to life style modification the prevalence of fibroid is getting more. It has been estimated that at least 20% of women at the age of 30 have got fibroid in their wombs. Fortunately most of them remain asymptomatic. But those are symptomatic they need special attention because they hamper daily activity of the woman. The prevalence is highest between 35-45years. Acording to Ayurveda Uterine Fibroid is considered as Garbhashayasthit Arbud and due to an imbalance of Dosha. This disorder involving Kapha, Meda.,Mamsa, Ambuvasotas etc. is due to Kapha,Meda blocking Vata and Pitta hence movement is obstructed and transforming process suppress. Ayurveda suggests it as apangat disorder that is involving vatadosha because gynecological disorder are mainly due to vatadosha. In Ayurveda Acharya Sushrut mentioned Arbuda having some resemblance with symptoms of Fibroid in Nidansthan11 Adhyay. To overcome this problem ayurveda suggests the very effective treatment. A 48 years old patient came in OPD of Streerog Prastutitantra Department on 13-8-2014 having complaint continous heavy menstrual bleeding from 2 months.USG dated showed INTRAMURAL FIBROID of size 30*27*25mm. she was treated by ayurvedic line of treatment i.e. Deepan – Pachan – Matrabasti and Utter basti and got result. Hence presented a case.
Genetic Parameters for Yellow Mosaic Virus Resistance in Greengram (Vigna Radiata (L).Wilczek) published in

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pokharkar Sayali * , Dere Mira, Sahane Pooja, Chavan Raksha, Mrs. Wakchaure V. R. The objective of this project is to develop a motion sensor alarm based working on Passive Infra - Red (PIR) sensor module. There are many sellers that manufacture the PIR sensor modules are all method most the same in fu nction. PIR sensor detects the human movements or the IR level of human. PIR sensors can detect levels of infrared radiation. In our project, microcontroller continuously monitors the output from the sensor module function and turns a buzzer on, when it go es active. The application areas of this project are outdoor lights, Lift lobby, Multi apartment complex, common of staircases, for basement or covered parking area, shopping malls and garden lights. Certain that crystalline materials have the property to generate a surf ace electric charge when expose and flow of thermal infrared radiation. This phenomenon also known as pyro electricity. The presence of human body creates a sudden changes inside the IR profile of the surrounding that is sensed by the pyro electric sensor. PIR are made of the pyro electric profile sensor. When that microcontroller detects the sensor is triggered, it drives the buzzer. The sensor is working to the retriggering mode, the buzzer remains on as long as the motion is continuously sensed.
H Y D R O G E N: A Backup Fuel for the Next Generation . . . published in

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Dr. Dheeraj Mandloi In the present scenario the demands of petroleum products as fuels, are increasing exponentially. Statistics says that the current oil production in the world is about 25 billion barrels of oil per year, the figure that not only shocks but also makes us realize the immense pollution and carbon footprint that are created over the decades. Our huge dependency on the hydrocarbon based gasoline, has not only left us with the fear of hazardous impacts but their predicted decrease would further escalate the petroleum prices and has forced us to look for some alternatives. Out of various alternatives hydrogen has been claimed to be a good one to replace fossil fuel. This paper presents an overview about the successes that have been achieved in the recent researches that are making hydrogen an efficient alternate or infact a future fuel for the vehicles. Its most peculiar characteristic is that it is the cleanest fuel of all alternatives. While deriving energy, hydrogen gets oxidized and only produces water molecules which are free from any kind of emissions. As far as the availability is concerned, SunHydro is the world's first chain of privately funded fueling stations that provide hydrogen to fuel cell cars. Discovery of air stable Mg nano composites at Berkely Lab, concept of using hydrogen-methane mixture as a fuel, discovery of CS bacterium and many others are some of the fantastic researches going on in the world of hydrogen economy. As a result of success, many automobile manufacturers like Hyundai , Honda ,Mercedes-Benz and BMW have already demonstrated different models in the market and a lot more are still under research.
RESPONDENTS FREQUENCY IN CONSTRICTION FIELD SAFETY MANAGEMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr.K.Mohammed Imthathullah Khan Safety management is being operated in some sectors in India. But it is common to find this system in construction industry. There are many hindrances that make it difficult to apply the system effectively due to the nature of construction and therefore no objective way to measure the effectiveness of this system exists in construction industry. The present research addresses three major concerns. The first is to evaluate the effectiveness of safety management in construction projects. The second is to identify the critical factors affecting the safety management. The third is to propose an implementation framework for safety management in construction projects. Through a survey questionnaire, an attempt has been made to explore the best safety management practices to be followed in construction projects. The main objective of this research work is to evaluate the critical factors that affect the safety management on safety in construction projects. A total of 343 data were collected and analyzed using statistical techniques with the help of SPSSv21 software
Close Versus Modified Open Technique for Trocar Insertion in Laparoscopic Surgery published in

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DR. VIKAS BATHLA, Dr. Pukur I Thekdi, Dr. Hard Vasavada, Dr. Shaival Majmudar, Dr. Pratik Koradia Aims and objectives: The aim of our study was to compare the close and modified open technique of trocar inserion in terms of technique of insertion, patient’s safety, intra operative complications and post operative complications. Study design: The present study was prospective, observational and longitudinal. Protocol of the procedure was formed along with Performa, Patient Information Sheet and Informed Consent Form. Place and duration of study: The present study was carried out in surgery department of C.U Shah medical college, Surendranagar; Gujarat state. The study was carried out from 1st October 2012 till 31st May 2014. Methodology: A total of one hundred patients undergoing emergency and elective laparoscopic surgery were included in our study. Case records of patients was recorded in the Performa containing demographic details, size and site of trocar insertion, technique of trocar insertion, intra operative, early post operative and late post operative complications were noted. Results: Out of 100 patients enrolled mean age was 29.87±14.13. Out of 100 patients in the study; 51 (51%) were Male and 49 (49%) were Female. In terms of on table complications; gastrointestinal injury is more in close method of trocar insertion. Conclusion: We would advocate the modified open technique of trocar insertion as a technique of choice in primary trocar insertion as it counts more on patient safety as compared to the close technique
Effect of Movies on Value Orientation in Senior Secondary Students published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Kanchan Sinha Research was done to assess the orientation in value through movies among senior secondary students Durg district (C.G.). Measurement of Value Orientation by Movies’ by Ojha and Ojha was administered on 100 senior secondary students ( 50 males and 50 females ). Result of this study shows that senior secondary students values are highly oriented by movie viewing as only 0.84% students were found in negligible and very low value orientation range ; majority 56.5% students were in very high value orientation range and 26.5% students in high value orientation range. Only 9.17% and 7% students were in average and low value orientation range respectively. Among all the values , theoretical values were most and economic values were least oriented values. Both male and female senior secondary students were highly oriented by movies but significant difference were found only between political value , rest value have no significant difference between male and female senior secondary students.
Some Aspects of Agriculture and Food Security in India published in

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Mr. Narra Nagaraju Ever since independence in 1947, agricultural development policies in India have aimed at reducing hunger, food insecurity, malnourishment and poverty at a rapid rate. Keeping this overarching goal in mind, the emphasis, which was initially (for 15 years or so) on keeping food prices low, shifted to macro food-security and subsequently to household and individual food-security. India’s strategy of agricultural development and approach to food security has proved its resilience in the wake of recent global food crisis, which has created political and social unrest in several countries of the developing world. The same had earlier helped India tide over the severe food crisis of the mid-sixties within a period of one and half decade and had also proved its aptness in the wake of economic liberalization and globalization since the early nineties. Though India’s performance in terms of reducing hunger and malnutrition has not been remarkable given the political and socio-cultural milieu, the achievements have indeed been significant. Indian agriculture has undergone a phenomenal transformation during the past five decades. The metamorphosis was brought by not only technological changes such as the green revolution, but also by institutional innovations in delivering farm inputs and marketing of output. Contract farming is one such institutional initiative undertaken in recent years to address some of the problems faced by Indian farmers. The National Agricultural Policy (2000), announced by the Government of India, seeks to promote contract farming by involving the private sector to accelerate technology transfer, capital inflow and assured marketing of crop production. India’s agricultural development strategy and approach to food security has yet again proved its resilience in the wake of recent global food crisis, which has created political and social unrest in several countries of developing world. It earlier helped India tide over the severe food crisis of mid- 1960s within a period of one and half decades, and also proved its appropriateness in the wake of economic liberalization and globalization since the early-1990s. Though, India’s performance in terms of reducing hunger and malnutrition has not been as remarkable as that of China and some East Asian countries, given the political and initial socio-cultural milieu, the achievements have certainly been commendable.
MANUFACTURE OF INTERLOCKING CONCRETE PAVING BLOCKS WITH FLY ASH AND GLASS POWDER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Truptimala Pattnaik (Asst Prof)*1, Nihar Ranjan Mohanta(Asst prof)2 , Niharika Patel3 , Paresh Biswal4 & Rajat Kamal Moharana Problems associated with construction site have been known for many years. Construction industry has to support a world of continuing population growth and economic development. Interlocking concrete paving blocks are ideal materials on the footpaths, parking areas, gardens, etc. for easy laying, better look and finish. But now being adopted extensively in different uses where the conventional construction of pavement using hot bituminous mix or cement concrete technology is not feasible or desirable. The rising costs of construction materials and the need to adhere to sustainability, alternative construction techniques and materials are being sought. To increase the applications of concrete paving blocks, greater understanding of products produced with locally available materials and indigenously produced mineral admixtures is essential. In the present investigation, concrete paving blocks may be produced with locally available cement, aggregates, fly ash and waste glass powder as the mineral admixture. Different mix proportions are prepared using cement replaced by equal quantity of fly ash and waste glass powder. The study indicated that fly ash and waste glass powder can effectively be used as cement replacement without substantial change in strength
Investigation on the Anthropometric and Physiological Features Of Alpine Discipline and Nordic Discipline Turkish National Ski Teams published in

Sportif Bakis: Spor ve Egitim Bilimleri Dergisi

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

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Dr. Binod Chowdhary Objective: The purpose of the study was to compare the aerobic and anaerobic capacity among rural and urban football players of west school. Bengal Methods: The study was conducted on 20football players (10 urban and 10 rural Players) of Kapgari School and Jhargram school of Medinipur District. The ages of the players were 14 yrs to 19 yrs. The aerobic and anaerobic capacity was measured with help of cooper’s 12 min. run/ walk test and 50 mts dash. Statistical Analysis: Mean and standard deviation of variables was calculated and compared by using ‘t’- test and the level of significance was set at 0.05. Result: From the result of the study it was Cleary visible that there is significance difference exists between rural and urban football players in relation to aerobic and anaerobic capacity.
SCHOOL HEADS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP BEHAVIOURS ON TEACHERS’ WORKING PATTERNS IN THE DIVISION OF BILIRAN published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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`Sherly C. Enage , Susan S. Bentor, FRANCISCO M. EBIO, JR * The study generally aimed to determine the level of school heads’ transformational leadership behaviours on teachers’ working patterns in the Division of Biliran. Using the descriptive - survey research design, it included 126 secondary school teachers as respondents. The secondary school heads demonstrated high level of transformational leadership behaviours in providing vision or inspiration, modelling, fostering commitment t o group goals, providing individual support, providing intellectual stimulation and holding high performance expectations. On the other hand, the secondary school teachers possessed high level of working patterns in terms of organizational commitment, orga nizational citizenship behaviour and teaching job satisfaction. School heads’ demonstrations of transformational leadership behaviours have significant correlations to teachers’ working patterns. A follow - up research maybe conducted on designing a comprehe nsive qualitative study that includes an interview component with students, parents, stakeholders and local government unit representatives to explore greater depth the relationships and interactions between perceived school heads’ leadership behaviours an d teachers’ working patterns
Evaluation of Lead Uptake Potential of Maize (Zea Mays) Seedling Grown in Contaminated Soil published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Usman O.A. Shuaibu Major sources of lead include frequent use of alkyl lead fuel additives, lead in paints, disposal of discarded batteries, burning of garbage and painted wood, weathering of lead containing paints on building. Lead is a potential environmental hazard which needs to be removed from soil-water environment using environmentally friendly (eco-friendly), safe, cheap and non - convectional method (Phytoremediation). Phytoremediation is a novel, cost effective and eco - friendly `green` remediation technology for environmental cleanup. In the present research uptake of lead by Maize (Zea mays) seedling growing in varying levels of lead metal (as lead nitrate, PbNO3) contaminated soil was evaluated. The different levels of lead metal used were 0, 5, 10, 20 and 50?g/g for soil samples X, A, B, C and D, respectively. Soil sample X serves as control. The experiment was conducted for a period of 42days. Lead uptake by Maize (Zea mays) seedling was high at initial concentrations (5 and 10?g/g) of lead metal but gradually decreases as the lead metal concentration in soil increases. The lead content in the plant tissue and soil were quantified using Atomic Absorption spectroscopy. The result reveals that most of the lead was located in the roots and small amount was translocated to shoots when exposed to 50?g/g concentration of lead. At the end of the experiment (i.e. 42days) the plant was found to have potential to uptake toxic metals like lead from concentration ranging from 5 to 50?g/g. Thus Maize (Zea mays) is a suitable plant for phytoremediation operation.
Action Research in a Teaching Process published in

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AkylovDaulet,Myrzambetova Zhanar, Yessengeldinova Aigul,Urstemova Indira Action research is an approach designed to develop and improve teaching and learning processes. Action research provides teachers with a systematic procedure toreflect, implement and evaluate solutions. This article provides a review ofwhat actionresearch is and how it can be used to benefit the teaching process. The aim of the researchis to illustrate thebenefits ofconducting action research within the teaching process. Therefore, the importance and value of action research within education are explored.
EXTRACT ASSOCIATION RULES TO MINIMIZE THE EFFECTS OF DENGUE BY USING A TEXT MINING TECHNIQUE? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

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Atif Amin, Ramzan Talib, Salman Raza? Nowadays, dengue (vector-borne tropical viral diseases) has been become the greatest scourge of humankind and there consequence has more impact than any other pathogen in shaping the human genome. Generally in Pakistan specifically in Punjab (Pakistan) Dengue is emerging as one of the major public-health problem. Federal & Provincial Health Governments are taking all possible steps on ?War-Footing? to recover such type of diseases. They are determines in making special possibilities to face such type of problems in advance. From WWW, digital libraries, World Health Organization (WHO) and other news sources it is estimated that about 2.5 billion people, or 40 percent of the world’s population, live in areas where there is a risk of dengue transmission because Dengue flourishes in urban poor areas, suburbs and the countryside but also affects more affluent neighborhoods in tropical and subtropical countries. As of November 2011, it has killed over 300 people in the last several months and over 14,000 are infected by this mosquito-borne disease. Majority of the people infected are from the Lahore area in Punjab, Pakistan. As a matter of fact, if a virus attacks on somewhere, what will be its next target in geographically aspects, because dengue virus will be spread from one place to other from contaminated water and mosquito. Therefore by using above said data sources, performing some preprocessing techniques such as transformation, filtration, stemming and indexing of the documents and then applying data mining techniques our system will not only helps to identify geographical spreading patterns of the viruses but it also helps to suggest proactively next geographical location where virus has most probability to attach so that government can take remedy measures.
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ACUTE ENCEPHALITIS SYNDROME /JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS A MOSQUITO - BORNE DISEASE IN GORAKHPUR DISTRICT published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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Ahirrao K. D., Sanjay Kumar and S. R.Magare Mosquitoes are carriers of various diseased pathogens. Poor drainage system grows population of mosquitoes which is mostly a problem of megacities . Japanese Encephalitis is the leading cause of viral encephalitis in various parts of world. Japanese Enc ephalitis has caused epidemics of several hundred to several thousand cases in Japan, Korea and Taiwan, and occurs in eastern Si beria, China, Okinawa, Jawa, Th a i land, Malaya, Singapur, and India. Reports of a disease resembling JBE go back to 1871. The eti ologic agent was characterized by Japanese workers during a severe epidemic in 1924. In 1958 there were 5700 cases with 1322 deaths reported in Korea, and 1800 cases with 519 deaths in Japan. In 1961 ,an outbreak in Taiwan involved 704 reported cases. Elsew here (except in the mainland of China) the disease occurs as small outbreaks or sporadic cases. A vast range of facility from 0.3 to 60 % depends upon different age group of the popul ation. Mosquito borne Japanese Encephalitis was previously known as Japan ese B Encephalitis which is a member of Flaviviridae. Generally transmission of animal diseases occurs by help of vector like mosquitoes . Mosquitoes are important vectors in the transmission of animal diseases. It involves the transmission of viruses, bacte ria, fungi, Protozoa and Helminthiasis.
Foreign Institutional Investors’ Trading Activity and Volatility in Indian Stock Market published in

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Sripriya. V, Dr. R. Shamugam The focus of this paper is on the analysis of volatility of the select Indian stock market indices due to trading activity FIIs. Volatility is a measure of how far the current price of an asset deviates from its average past prices. Financial press and financial analysts have also commented on various occasions that FII movement attributes to the volatility of the stock markets. The study has used monthly data collected from various databases from April 2003 to March 2013. Econometric techniques like unit root test and GARCH (1, 1) model etc to analyse the data. It has been observed that volatility persists in Indian stock market due to net FII activity leading to volatility clustering during the period of study. The results also highlight that Sensex and Nifty are affected by past and recent affects whereas other indices are affected only by past volatility.
Hearing Loss - Continuous Noise Exposure among Street Hawkers & Shop Keepers published in

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Mrs. Sreevidya.Sherla, Mrs. Lubna Eram Exposure to loud sound source results in damage to the structures of cochlea such as hair cells and associated nerve causing hearing loss. Hair cells are tonotopically organized and the damage to the same occurs in correspondence to the frequency of sound being exposed to. Exposure to noise in occupational setting majorly occurs in the high frequency region; therefore, the characteristic feature of noise induced hearing loss ranges from 3 kHz – 6 kHz (Dobie,2001). The current study focused on investigating the effect of traffic noise on shopkeepers and street hawkers. A total of 60 subjects were selected and divided into groups on base of their years of experience. Hearing thresholds were obtained. Results revealed that a significant difference exists in hearing threshold of the two groups. It was also noted that long duration exposure resulted in high frequency loss.
JUSTIFICATION OF THE BASIC DESIGN OF A LINEAR ELECTRIC MOTOR published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Vitaliy Anatoly?vich Grinchenko The paper proposes a method of justifying the basic design of a linear electric motor. This method allows you to select the source data for the design and shows the principle of the development of new designs of linear electric motors.
Improved Secure Database Service and Management System against SQL Injection Attacks published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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M.Rajashree and S.Syed Ibrahim The Database as a Service (DBaaS) is a novel paradigm through which cloud providers offers the possibility of storing data in remote databases. The main concerns that are preventing the diffusion of DBaaS are related to data security and confidentiality issues. Hence, the main alternative seems the use of cryptography, which is an already adopted solution for files stored in the cloud, but that represents an open issue for database operations over encrypted data. In this paper, we propose a cloud database architecture based framework that encapsulate data through different layers of encryption. This adaptive architecture is attractive because it does not require to define at design time which operations are allowed on each column, and because it can guarantee at runtime the maximum level of data confidentiality for different SQL operations. Unfortunately, this scheme is affected by high computational costs. So we implement this framework in multimedia data files. However, through a prototype implementation of an encrypted cloud database, we show that adaptive framework can be well applied to a cloud database paradigm, because most performance overheads are masked by network latencies. We demonstrate through a large set of experiments that these encryption schemes represent a feasible solution for achieving data confidentiality in public cloud databases, even from a performance point of view.
Leather Industry and Environment: Pakistan Scenario published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

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Ghulam Jillani Hashmi, Ghulam Dastageer, Muhammad Saqib Sajid, Zubair Ali, Muhammad Faheem Malik and Ihtisham Liaqat Leather industry is the most dynamic export earning sector and ranked 2nd position of Pakistan economy. It contributes 5% GDP of the country and provides employment over than 500,000 people. Raw hides and skins are converted into finished leather through tanning process. Various chemicals are used during tanning that ultimately discharged in the environment in different forms causing air, soil and water pollution. Chromium is a major tanning agent which has adverse effect on the environment. Exposure rate of tannery workers to such hazardous pollutants is greater and they suffered in various complications. This review article shall reflect the status of leather industries of Pakistan in the world and also highlight the major environmental impacts due to this industry.
STRUCTURAL STABILITY AND ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF YCu DUCTILE INTERMETALLIC COMPOUND BY FIRST-PRINCIPAL CALCULATION published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

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A. Sekkal, A. Benzair We investigate the structural, elastic and electronic properties of cubic YCu intermetallic compound. Which crystallize in the CsCl- B2 type structure, the investigated using the first principle full potential linearized augmented plane wave method (FP-LAPW) within density functional Theory (DFT). We used generalized gradient approximation (GGA) and local density theory (LDA), which is based on exchange correlation energy optimization, are used to determinate the total energies and the electronic band structures. The latter provide us with the ground states properties such as lattice parameter, bulk modulus and its pressure derivative, elastic constants and the structural phase stability with respect to the B1, B3, and L10structures of this compound. Our results are in good agreement with numerous experimental and theoretical data where available.
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.
SOME NOTES OF VARIABILITY IN THE UZBEK LINGUISTICS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Dildor Bakhromovna Bozorova The article devoted to issues of variability, its forming stages in new period and scientific interpretation. In the article also specified, that wasn’t specially researched variability phenomenon in Uzbek linguistics and only in several glossary and terminological dictionaries, and even in them leaned on interpretations from Russian linguistics.
PENGARUH PELATIHAN DAN KREATIVITAS TERHADAP PENGEMBANGAN USAHA PADA USAHA KECIL DAN MENENGAH DI PERKAMPUNGAN INDUSTRI KECIL PULOGADUNG JAKARTA TIMUR published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Econosains

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Dedi Purwana E.S; Siti Juhaeriah; I Ketut R. Sudiarditha Econosains. This research aims to determine influence the training and creativity on business development at small and medium enterprises small village industry Pulogadung East Jakarta. The research used survey method with correlational approach. Data recording, questionnaire are research technique. This research used the classic assumption test, multiple regression analysis and hypothesis test. Based on the results showed positive effect of training on business development with tcount (3,600) > ttable(1,697), positive effect of creativity on business development with tcount (3,185) > ttable(1,697) and positive effect of training and creativity on business development with Fcount(16,688) > Ftabie(3,316). Influence variations of two independent variables can be determined based on the R with value 0,527. This, 52,7% variation in business development was affected by the training and creativity and remaining were influenced by other factors outside the research model. Simultaneously, the strength of the relation between the variable of business development, training and creativity was strong, amount for 0,726.
EFFECT OF RAPHANUS SATIVUS ROOT EXTRACT ON GLUCOSE TOLERANCE IN GLUCOSE-LOADED HYPERGLYCEMIC MICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Asaduzzaman, Prashanta Kumer Paul, Shahadat Hossan, Shahnaz Rahman, Mohammed Rahmatullah* In oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), m ethanol extract of Raphanus sativus roots, when administered orally to glucose-loaded Swiss albino mice at doses of 50, 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg body weight led to dosedependent reductions in blood glucose levels. At these doses, the percent reductions in blood glucose levels were, respectively, 21.9, 34.0, 39.7, and 53.9% compared to control animals. A standard antihyperglycemic drug, glibenclamide, when administered at a dose of 10 mg/kg body weight reduced blood glucose levels by 49.2%. Preliminary phytochemical screening showed presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, and saponins in the extract, which components can be responsible for the observed blood glucose lowering effect.
Effect of Anxiety and Relaxation on Sport Skills published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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GHOLAMREZA ZOURMAND Although psychological pressure is a common problem among athletes, but results show when increase this pressure, too, has an impact on the quality of exercise and skills. This psychological pressure in sport competitions can provide the athlete's anxiety and excessive anxiety can be effective on their skills and reduce the quality of their skills. Therefore, in this study researcher wants to study the effects of anxiety on performance. This study was done semi-experimental and using questionnaires to assess personality characteristics. Statistics society was all male physical education students who have chosen badminton with age between 18-24. Sample consisted of two groups (control group, experimental group) which are selected randomly (n=15).tool was Sports Personality Questionnaire (SPQ20). One of the factors that measured by the questionnaire of 24 questions is anxiety. Subjects divided two groups experimental (teaching with relaxation) and control (teaching without relaxation).experimental group done pre-designed and regular activities 8 weeks, 2 sessions per week and 40 minute per session. After 8 weeks subjects completed questionnaire again as a post-test was used. Results showed anxiety is significant effect on Fine skills, Serial skills, Continuous skills, open skills and complex skills. Results showed anxiety is not significant effect on simple skills, close skills, discrete skills and Gross skills. Results showed anxiety effect on skills that need to attention, thinking and accuracy. Then teachers and coach when feel athlete have anxiety can change the strategy and use the skills in teams program that anxiety not effect in skills and have most stable.
Classroom Climate At The Higher Secondary Stage published in

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P. THAMILSELVI, Dr. P. SEKAR In the present study, efforts have been made to study the influences of classroom climate on academic achievement of higher secondary students. Sample of four hundred students selected from various higher secondary schools located in Vellore District of Tamilnadu. Survey method adopted for data collection. Descriptive and differential analyses are used to test the hypotheses. The findings revealed moderate level of classroom climate found in the schools. And no significant gender differences were observed in (i) physical climate; (2) physiological climate, and (iii) academic achievement.
ESTIMATION OF POPULATION MEAN USING AUXILIARY INFORMATION IN PRESENCE OF MEASUREMENT ERROR published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sheela Misra1 , Dharmendra Kumar Yadav*2 & Dipika The present article concerns with the estimation of finite population mean using auxiliary information in the presence of measurement errors. The expressions for the bias and mean squared error (MSE) of the proposed estimator are obtained up to first order of approximation. A theoretical efficiency comparison between the proposed estimator and usual linear regression estimator under measurement errors has been made. Theoretical results are supported by the simulation study using R software.
COST OPTIMIZATION OF URBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT: BUYING OR SELLING A USED BUS? published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

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Ana Paula Rodrigues da Costa, Valcemiro Nossa, Arilda Magna Campagnaro Teixeira, Aridelmo José Campanharo Teixeira Although the discussion on urban mobility involves the mass transportation modalities, most cities still trust on bus fleets. This research aims to present a model that proposes to identify the moment that may be made the option to sell or buy a used vehicle from the fleet of buses of urban public transport system, through the application of Real Options Theory (TOR). Research indicates that when the vehicle is new maintenance costs are low, basically covering the routine reviews and component replacement, but after a certain age, these costs grow. In this sense a question that always arises is to decide the appropriate time to acquire or dispose of a used vehicle. The theory used in this study, TOR, focuses on the Binomial Model in Discrete Time. Methodologically, the study was carried out with real data of a particular case of the bus fleet that served as support for the construction and testing of the proposed model and relied on data from a traditional bus company of the Espirito Santo state. The proposed model is validated through a numerical example that identifies the time for decision making. In the case study, the model showed the time of the option as of the end of the second year of use of the bus. The methodology and the results awaken to the need for managers to have information resulting data fleets and can make safe decisions, especially the "ideal" time for fleet replacement. For the government, this kind of studies can generate data drafting normative regulatory agencies in order to meet the dealers and public-private partnerships.
LOW CYCLE FATIGUE LIFE PREDICTION OF INCONEL 617 IN ELEVATED TEMPERATURE FOR POSSIBLE USE IN GAS TURBINE COMBUSTION CHAMBER LINERS published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

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Ravi Dewangan *1, Shailendra Kumar Bohidar 2, Prof. Brijesh Patel3 Design of Turbo machinery is complex and efficiency is directly related to material performance, material selection is of prime importance. Temperature limitations are the most crucial limiting factors to gas turbine efficiencies. The problems at various components are of different magnitudes. As a result, the materials selection for individual components is based on varying criteria in gas turbines. Also materials and alloys for high temperatures application are very costly. The LCF tests were conducted under various strain ranges based on gas turbine operating conditions. The paper will focus light on above issues and each plays an important role within the Gas Turbine Material literature and ultimately influences on planning and development practices. It is expected that this comprehensive contribution will be very beneficial to everyone involved or interested in Gas Turbines.
Ergonomics in Dental Practice published in

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Dr. Ajmal Mir, Dr. Mehnaz Rajab Practicing the art of dentistry requires a high degree of concentration and precision. But awkward postures, repetitious hand movements, and persistent vibration to the hand and wrist from a highspeed handpiece can make practitioners vulnerable to musculoskeletal disorders. Consider that many dentists often find themselves in a static, uncomfortable position when treating patients. This sustained position can lead to pain, injury, or, in severe cases of musculoskeletal disorders, disability or early retirement..
Construction and Standardization of a Scale for Measuring Self Concept of the Learners Studying Through Formal and Distance Mode at all Levels. published in

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

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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Pankaj Pathak*, Asst Prof Anshul Choudhary, Prof K. K. Jain A Disc brake is a device that retards/halts the rotation of a shaft/ wheel. A disc brake system consists of a brake disc, a brake caliper and brake pad. When the brake pedal is applied, pressurized hydraulic fluid squeezes the brake pad friction material against the surface of the rotating brake disc. The result of this contact produces friction which enables the vehicle to slow down or stop. Due to this friction, heat will be generated and the brake disc gets heated up which affects the performance of the disc brake under different braking conditions. In this paper focus is primarily emphasized on the comparative performance of disc brakes having different profiles, by determining the von-misses stress & Deformation developed in the disc brake for different braking conditions using ANSYS14.5
Genus Capparisrepresent in Ahmedabad City, Gujarat, India published in

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Mukesh M. Patel Ahmedabad is a largest city of Gujarat state situated in Central Gujarat and it is located on Sabarmati river. The herbaceous diversity is highly diversified in vegetation and has rich number of floristic composition due to topography, climate and edaphic factors which are favourable for such luxurious vegetation. Present paper deals with the synoptically analysis of the genus Capparisbelong to family Capparidaceae. It further compares the data with Flora of Gujarat state (Shah1978), Flora of Ahmedabad(Vaidya 1967), Flowering Plants of the Gujarat University campus and surroundings, Ahmedabad (Pandya 1972).
Computed Tomography in Evaluation of Hydrocephalus published in

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Dr RICHARD MARTIS, Dr SHARON RASQUINHA OBJECTIVE: A prospective computed tomography(CT) study to detect , determine the cause, type and severity of hydrocephalus in a study group. To evaluate shunt related complications in hydrocephalus and compare results with other studies. RESULTS : 80 consecutive patients diagnosed with hydrocephalus on CT were studied over a 2 year period . TB meningitis(32%)followed by tumors(25%) intracranial hemorrhage(20%) and congenital causes(12%) were found to be the most common causes. Hydrocephalus was communicating (60%) and moderate to severe(80%) in majority cases. Displaced shunt and shunt malfunction were found to be the most common shunt related complications. CONCLUSION: Computed Tomography is a non invasive, readily available, easy to perform, non operator dependent modality with superb spatial resolution, ability to detect calcium and density discrimination. Therefore CT is a valuable tool with a very high diagnostic sensitivity and helps in early detection of hydrocephalus and its management
Is Burnout Syndrome in Nurses and Warders Influenced by the Level of Remuneration? published in

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Rumyana G. Stoyanova,Stanislava N. Harizanova The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between nurses’ and warders’ levels of remuneration and the three dimensions of burnout: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and personal achievement. This was a descriptive, non-experimental study, with a cross-sectional design, with focus on the net remuneration and burnout syndrome. Primary information was collected using voluntary, anonymous inquiry. The study covered 201 warders and 214 nurses. The results shown that the levels on all three scales of burnout depend, although slightly, on the net remuneration. Respondents receiving lower net remuneration had higher levels of emotional exhaustion compared to those receiving higher net wages. As concerns depersonalization and personal achievement, the correlation is direct, i.e. respondents’ dehumanization and level of personal satisfaction with work increased with the level of remuneration
Artificial diet formulation and its efficacy evaluation on development and reproduction of Spodoptera litura F. a polyphagous pest published in

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Divakara Y. G. , Doddamane Manjulakumari The tobacco cutworm Spodoptera litura Fabricius (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) is a serious polyphagous pest distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical world causing damage to more than 150 species of host plants. A suitable artificial diet is desirable for producing uniform insects for research purpose. In pursuit, a diet was formulated and assessed against a similar diet formulated for Helicoverpa armigera (Shobha et al., 2009) and castor leaves a natural diet for rearing the larvae of Spodoptera litura in laboratory. The biological parameters based on mass rearing of eleven continuous generations showed higher pupation (89.3±1.84) and survival (70.4±1.21) of larvae on new modified diet formulation, compared to that of Helicoverpa armigera diet (81.6±1.61 and 48.6±1.43) and castor leaves (78.1±1.18 and 45.3±0.06). The average number of eggs laid by insects reared on this diet was 3546.4±10.21, against 508.3±15.21 and 2618.2±17.31 those reared on castor leaves and Helicoverpa armigera diet respectively.
Design of Remote Controlled Supply Disconnector Using Microcontroller published in

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ABHISHEK JHA, Dr A K TIWARI This paper presents a new method of disconnection of service mains using microcontrollers and remote control. This methodology can prove to be advantageous over conventional methods as disconnection is hassle free, no risk of physical injury and shock hazards and the operation is quick and more reliable. We interface the microcontroller 8051 with R.F module and P.C.B version of power relays through relay drivers to control the continuity of supply.
Performence of Indira Awas Yojana (Iay) and Rural Development in India published in

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

International Education and Research Journal

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Barkha Patel,Keval Shah,Kevan Godhani Security in Business Management System is an important aspect in maintaining confidentiality of company's essential data. Thereby, a more secure authentication scheme is required. Classical PIN entry mechanism is widely used for authenticating a user. It is a popular scheme because it nicely balances the usability and security aspects of a system. However, this scheme may suffer from shoulder surfing attack. In this attack, an unauthorized user can fully or partially observe the login session. Even the activities of the login session can be recorded which the attacker can use it later to get the actual PIN. We propose an intelligent user interface, known as Color Pass to resist the shoulder surfing attack so that any genuine user can enter the session PIN without disclosing the actual PIN. The Color Pass is based on a partially observable attacker model. The experimental analysis shows that the Color Pass interface is safe and easy to use even for novice users.
ANTICANCER ACTIVITY OF ANDROGRAPHIS PANICULATA LEAVES EXTRACT AGAINST NEUROBLASTIMA (IMR-32) AND HUMAN COLON (HT-29) CANCER CELL LINE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Rajeshkumar1*, M. Nagalingam2, M. Ponnanikajamideen3, M.Vanaja3, C Malarkodi4 Cancer is one of most leading cause of death worldwide. Plants are used to cure various diseases which are known to possess anticancer activities against different human cancer cell lines. In this report, we studied the invitro anticancer properties of Andrographis paniculata leaves against neuroblastima (IMR-32) and human colon (HT-29) cancer cell line. The leaves were shade dried and extracted with water, ethanol and acetone solvents. Anticancer property of A. paniculata leaf extract was analyzed by Spectrophotometric MTT assay method. The results were found that ethanol extract showed nearly 50% i.e. inhibition concentration (IC50) for IMR-32and HT-29cell lines at 200 ?g/ml, where other extracts display 50% inhibition at 250 ?g/ml concentration for HT-29cell lines. Anticancer activity of water, ethanol and acetone extracts of A. paniculata leaves against HT-29 cancer cell lines shows 50% inhibition at 200 ?g/ml concentration. The significant difference is statistically analyzed as p<0.01 for ethanol extract and acetone extracts. From the analysis we found that extracts of A. paniculata shows excellent anticancer activities against different cancer cell lines, it is alternatives medicines for cancer would replace side effect causing chemotherapeutic agent.
Effect of Prior Application of 2% Calcium Dobesilate on Direct Pulp Capping with Mta- A Preliminary Randomized Clinical Trial published in

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Dr Lalit C Boruah, Pallavi Bhuyan AIM OF THE STUDY: To observe the effect of prior application of calcium dobesilate on direct pulp capping with MTA. OUTLINE OF METHODOLOGY: Clinically and radiographically confirmed cases of direct pulp exposed teeth were randomly stratified into two groups; Group I- Pulp capping done with MTA with prior application of calcium dobesilate and Group II- Pulp capping done with MTA without prior application of calcium dobesilate. The experimented teeth were evaluated clinically and radiographically for 6 months post operatively. RESULTS: All the teeth that were followed showed favourable outcomes on the basis of radiographic appearance, subjective symptoms and cold testing. Group I showed faster results as compared to Group II. CONCLUSION: Prior application of calcium dobesiltae has shown to increase the efficacy of MTA as a direct pulp capping agent.
Survey On Development In Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Nirmal R. Joshi In this paper particular, attention is given to the design and operation of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs). Moreover, advantages of SOFCs with respect to the other fuel cell technologies are identified. This paper also reviews the limitations and the benefits of SOFCs in relationship with energy, environment and sustainable development. A solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is an electrochemical conversion device that produces electricity directly from oxidizing a fuel. Fuel cells are characterized by their electrolyte material; the SOFC has a solid oxide or ceramic, electrolyte. Advantages of this class of fuel cells include high efficiency, long-term stability, fuel flexibility, low emissions, and relatively low cost.
PERCEPTION AND BEHAVIOR OF FINANCIAL RISK: INFLUENCE ANALYSIS OF THE OCCUPATION AND SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Kelmara Mendes Vieira, Silvia Amélia Mendonça Flores, Ani Caroline Potrich, Jéssica Pulino Campara, Ana Luiza Paraboni The aim of this study is to investigate the perception and risk behavior, performing a comparison between civil servants and individuals who have other occupations, as well as to analyze the influence of sociodemographic variables in the perception and behavior of financial risk. Among the variables it is highlights the occupation, in which is hypothesized that the perception and behavior of financial risk are different for civil servants and individuals working in other occupations. Data were collected at random in the town of Santa Maria - RS, in a survey research of 1,292 individuals. The main results indicate a high risk perception and risk conservative behavior in the investigated sample. It is emphasized that it was not possible to identify differences in perception or risk behavior among civil servants and other professions. The linear regression confirms this result, because only the aspects of age and income had an impact on risk perception, and that is a positive relationship. In the risk behavior factor only the variables of age, education and marital status were significant, all with negative influence.
SEROPREVALENCE OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS ANTIBODIES AMONG HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS IN GEZIRA STATE, CENTRAL SUDAN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

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

Published by Lingnan University
Hui Hui Teow, Wee Chan Au, Pervaiz K Ahmed Protean career has become the new trend of career orientation in modern society (Chin & Rasdi, 2014). Briscoe and Hall (2006) state that protean career orientation (PCO) is a vocational approach in which individuals take charge of their own career progression based on selfdirectedness and personal values (value-driven attitude) rather than organizational values. Reduction in lifetime employment in current working climates has triggered Gen Yers to be more alert of the need for continuous skill learning and development; hence long term employment is unlikely to happen among them. Instead, they tend to proactively plan their own career development (Westerman & Yamamura, 2007). Gen Yers’ turnover has become particularly problematic in Malaysia, since the country is encountering talent shortage (Downe et al., 2012). Therefore, it is vital to further examine the impact of PCO on the job switching intention among Gen Yers in Malaysia. This study also aims to discover the moderating effect of job characteristics on the relationship between PCO and job switching intention. The following research questions are put forward: 1. How does PCO influence job switching intention among Gen Yers in Malaysia? 2. Is the relationship between PCO and job switching intention moderated by job characteristics?
UNDERSTANDING EFFECT OF ELECTROCOAGULATION PROCESS VARIABLES ON NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM SIMULATED WASTEWATER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. Abhipsa R Makwana Nutrient removal from wastewater is necessary action to be taken due to its ability to develop unhygienic conditions when disposed in natural water bodies. Various anaerobic biological processes and final polishing pond possess inability to alter nutrients from wastewater. At the same time, electrocoagulation despite of type of wastewater has showed good removal of variety of pollutants. Hence, focus of this study was kept on removal of phosphate from simulated wastewater and to better understand effect of various process variables of electrocoagulation treatment. Current density, electrolysis time and initial pH are studied process variables in this work, while phosphate removal percentage was response taken. Response surface methodology was used for designing experiments and statistical analysis of data. Design Expert software version 8.0 was used for this purpose. It has been revealed through study that applied current and time has significant effect on PO4 removal but initial pH was found to be insignificant.
The Effect of Oral Selective Alpha 1 Blocker on the Intraocular Pressure in Rabbits published in

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Mahmoud Mustafa, Inan Othman, Ibrahim M Alzuheir, Asim B. Abdel Amp Ndash Mageed Purpose: To assess the effect of oral alpha 1 antagonists on the intraocular pressure (IOP) in rabbits eye. Material and Methods: Oral selective Alpha 1 blocker(doxasozin) was administered via an injector daily in rabbits (n=8) with an oral dose of0.08 mg/kg. Control rabbits (n=4) received equivalent oral doses of vehicle control of isotonic solution. The IOP of right and left eyes of both experimental and control rabbits were measured immediately before and 2 hours after therapy. Ten observationsfor each rabbit were recorded. Results: The mean values of IOP for the right eye before and after therapy were 13.6± 3.8 and 11.1±4.6mmHg respectively (P<0.002). The mean values of IOP of the left eye before and after therapy were 13.1±4.2 and 10.1±4.4 mmHg respectively (P<0.005). The mean values of IOP for right and left eye in control group were 15.5±3.8 and 15.4±3.1 respectively. The control group showed no significantvariation in the IOP neither in the right nor in the left eye, P<0.7, P<0.13, respectively. Conclusion: Oral alpha 1 adrenergic antagonistsresult in a significant reduction in IOP in rabbit’s eye. The data may implicate potential therapeutic potential for alpha 1 blockers for treatment of patients with high IOP. Further in vitro and vivostudies are required in a large cohort to confirm our results.
A Cross-Sectional Study of Common Health Problems of the Elderly published in

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Pranay Gandhi, Sunita Sharma, Prateek Gandhi Background:Estimates of health problems of the elderly in developing countries are required from time to time. Aims:To identify the common geriatric health problems in slum and a village and to explore any gender and urban–rural difference in morbidity. Materials and Methods:A community-based cross-sectional study was carried out in all people aged over 60 years in an urban slum and a village in the field practice area of a teaching hospital having population of 407. Results:Visual impairment was the most common handicap with prevalence of 83.29% (339/407), with males more affected than females (OR = 2.52, 95% CI 1.32-4.87). Uncorrected hearing impairment was also common. Prevalence of hypertension was 30.7% (125/407); 12% (49/407) had diabetes; 7.6% (31/407) gave history of ischemic heart disease. Conclusion:Unmet health needs exist in elderly.
Review of Various Indicators for Assessment of Zinc Requirement and Effectiveness published in

ACTA MEDICA INTERNATIONAL

Published by TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY
Manisha Naithani1 Jyoti Bharadwaj2 Anshuman Darbari3 1Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India, 2Lecturer-Home Science (F&N) Swami Purnanand Degree College of Technical Education, Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand, India. 3Assistant Professor, Department of CTVS, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh-249201, Uttarakhand, India Zinc (Zn) has been shown to be an essential micronutrient for all organisms including plants, animals and human beings. Deprivation of zinc arrests growth and development and produces multiple system dysfunctions in all these organisms. Because of the involvement of this micronutrient in so many core areas of metabolism, it is common that the features of zinc defi ciency in humans are nonspecifi c with a wide range including growth retardation, alopecia, diarrhea, delayed sexual maturation and impotence, eye and skin lesions and even impaired appetite. Clinical features and laboratory criteria are not always consistent. Th is inconsistency poses a major diffi culty in the search to reliable yet sensitive clinical or functional indicator of zinc status for validation. Further, it has become clear now that the homeostatic mechanisms fall short of perfection and clinically important features of zinc defi ciency can occur with only modest degrees of zinc defi ciency. In this review article we try to look critically at the available tests and various indicators for assessment of zinc’s level for potential requirement and eff ectiveness and try to conclude about the effi cacy of each. Keywords: Enzymes, Micronutrient, Zinc
Mini-Implants Orthodontics – Relationship Between the Design Characteristics and the Mechanical Properties published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Eliana Ionara De Oliveira Pesqueira, Cristiano Stefano Musci, Edilson Rosa Barbosa De Jesus, Jesualdo Luiz Rossi The objective of the present work was to evaluate the influence of self-drilling thread and compaction tread on primary stability of orthodontic mini-implants (MI). Forty mini-implants with dual-thread design (compaction and self-drilling) were initially observed using a scanning electron microscopy. After, the mini-implants were inserted in artificial bone to measure the insertion and removal torques. The results shows that the contact area amongst the compact tread and bone is higher than the normal thread, due to the smaller thread pitch. The compact thread showed a slight increase of insertion and removal torque in contrast to the self-drilling shape. The highest value of insertion and removal torque obtained by compact thread translate better primary stability, however it may cause micro damages in the bone, which should be considered regarding osseointegration.
Corporate Social Responsibility and its Financial Impact to an Organization published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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

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SWAPNALI B. LAD, SURESH M. KUMBAR, ABHIJIT B. GHADAGE Otolith, scale and vertebrae sections of freshwater exotic fish O. mossambicus (N = 133) were compared to ascertain the best aging material. Different body sized fishes revealed the presence of 1 - 7 growth marks. Agreement between otolith and scale ages was 96.96% and otolith and vertebrae ages were 88.36% in 33 fishes used for comparative studies. Vertebrae ring counts (VRC) were under estimated the age in (13.6%) older individuals compared to otolith and scale ring counts (SRC). The results revealed that otoliths and scales are reliable calcified materials for estimating age compared to vertebrae in O. mossambicus. There was a highly positive correlation between body length (BL) and body weight (BW). Further, otoliths ring count (ORC), otoliths weight (OW) and otoliths diameter (OD) showed positive correlation with BL and BW. This fish may live for a maximum of 7 years in the natural population.
A NOVEL AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM FOR LIMITED USER GROUP ON SOCIAL NETWORKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
J.Adamkani*, Dr.K.Nirmala Social networks are a characteristic role of today's Internet user and it is utilized by more than a billion peoples around the world. Social networks permit individuals to impart thoughts and their substance to their friends and others. This interaction and correspondence uncovers a considerable measure of data, frequently including individual data unmistakable to any individual who needs to view it. Once in a while social network users also suffer from some security issues data annoying and pernicious actives over social groups. So as to give security in social locales with nature, a novel security algorithm has been proposed. Block unwanted users from joining in the LUG based on the profile of the user. This will block unwanted contents and users in the LUG; access the user profile, social behaviors and their friend’s information before allowing them. The exploration of this work endeavors to incorporate a combinatory methodology in a parametric study on the security angles. The primary element taken for the exploration is the sorts of limited user forums, for example, adult users, minor users, business users etc. This factor will be combined with the type of security measure known as token based. With this combination a number of parameters will be obtained in SNS. The exploration work will endeavor at improving the security with ease of use in SNS. In the event that the user from the group posts any undesirable information, then the user will be blacklisted. For each user in the group reputation score will be ascertained. In light of the score, they will permit to get to the group content.
EVOLUTION OF SCIENTIFIC IDEAS OF ECONOMY OF KNOWLEDGE 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�
Melnyk Liudmyla Formation of the economy based not only on information, but also on knowledge, in the conditions of Ukraine requires additional researches, in particular concerning a complex of necessary actions in this direction, possible temporary reference points of its formation, scientific and information support, certain changes in activities of economic actors. Carrying out scientific researches requires adequate use of categories and concepts which can be expressed through words and signs, that is scientific terms. Research purpose is clarification of features and prerequisites of emergence of economy of knowledge, essence of the category «economy of knowledge», to seize the teoretiko-methodological bases of the economy of knowledge for profound understanding of this phenomenon and further practical application of the received system of knowledge. For goal achievement the following tasks were set: - to consider features and prerequisites of emergence of economy of knowledge; - to specify essence of category economy of the knowledge opening its role; - to seize the teoretiko-methodological bases of the economy of knowledge for profound understanding of this phenomenon and further practical application of the received system of knowledge. Research of essence of economy of knowledge from the point of view of genesis provides determination of the main stages of its formation - a periodization. In system of social and economic development of the country, economy of knowledge as the social resource of work is one of the most important criteria of an assessment of rationality, including efficiency of the organization of socioeconomic system of the country. In our opinion, reality on the first place among the dominating factors of economic growth remove not knowledge, but information. Generalizing determinations concerning interpretation of the concept «economy of knowledge» It should be noted that the economy of knowledge is a post-industrial economy in which a driving force of further development is accumulating, use of information and knowledge concentrated in a human capital. Important indicators of its development is not only a human capital, and and human development and a social capital of the nation. Evolution and dynamics of development of economy of knowledge in Ukraine are caused by universal tendencies of its forming. However in comparison with the advanced foreign countries of Ukraine meanwhile is on initial stage of development of economy of knowledge. It is possible to draw a conclusion that economy, based on manual labor and agricultural industry, the era of the industrial economy based on use of natural resources which is changed in turn by information economy or economy of knowledge replaced. As information and knowledge as qualitatively new production resource become the main factor of economic growth, development of economy of knowledge shall become the national purpose for Ukraine. For this purpose it is necessary to create the environment for development of economy of knowledge, to change the direction of economic researches from the analysis of material factors to pass to the analysis of forming and use of information and knowledge, and also practical application of «economy of knowledge».
Strength Prediction Model for Concrete published in

ACEE International Journal on Civil and Environmental Engineering

Published by Association of Civil and Environmental Engineers - ACEE
Ahsanul Kabir,Monjurul Hasan, and Md. Khasro Miah There are many parameters of concrete that influence its strength gaining characteristics. This study is an attempt to use the early compressive strength test result to estimate compressive strength at different ages. Potential utilization of the early day compressive strength result to predict characteristic strength of normal weight concrete has been investigated. A simple mathematical model capable of predicting the compressive strength of concrete at any age is proposed for both stone and local aggregate concrete. The basic model consists of a rational polynomial equation having only two coefficients. This study also proposes a simple reliable relationship between the coefficient p (strength at infinite time) with the strength values of concrete of a particular day. This relation greatly simplifies the concrete strength prediction model. The developed model is validated for commonly used stone aggregate concrete and also for local (brick) aggregate concrete. Data used in this study are collected from some previous studies and recent experimental works. The analysis carried with the model using different data exhibit reliable prediction of concrete strength at different ages (7, 14, 28 days etc.) with excellent efficiency.
Simulation Of NGC 7753 and its Companion NGC 7752 published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mariwan A. Rasheed In the present paper the interaction of the pair NGC 7753 galaxy and its companion NGC 7752 galaxy is simulated. From the simulation it is shown that two arms are formed in the main galaxy, and the upper arm appears as abridge connected with the companion. A snapshot of the interaction is obtained through the simulation which is similar to the image of the pair in the present day that is observed by telescopes
PENGISIAN JABATAN SEKRETARIS DESA DI KABUPATEN BANYUMAS(Studi Tentang Kebijakan Pengisian Jabatan Sekretaris Desa) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sri Hartini dan Abdul Aziz Nassihudin Village secretary assumed as a strategic occupation in the village government because the function as a proxy lead village. At the moment, Law No. 32 Year 2004 concerning Local Government have made arrangement this occupation status, which initially village secretary is not a public servant and now because some reasons will fill by Public Servant. How the policy of admission filling of this occupation? In the case, the government should make regulation which can guarantee the orderliness and protect the society. Keywords: Village, village secretary and government policy
Body Mass Indexand Waist to Hip Ratio as Potential Factors for Development of Halluxmisalignementinfemale University Students published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Krist Iacute Na Tom Aacute Nkov Aacute , Miroslava P Aring Trade Idalov Aacute , Barbora Matejovi Auml Ov Aacute Background: Overweight and obesity are major risk factors for number diseases. Objective: The aim of study was to evaluate the relationship between hallux angle and BMI, and also WHR. Methods: The sample included 217 females aged 18.3–27.2 years. For each person were calculated BMI and WHR. It was measured hallux angle of the both feet from handmade footprints. Results: Lower hallux angle values was inversely associated with higher BMI (r = –0.15; p<0.05; dex. and r = –0.19; p<0.01; sin.) and higher WHR (r = –0.13; p<0.05; dex. and r = -0.13; p<0.05; sin.). The highest frequency of valgus position of hallux was in women with normal weight. Conclusion: Weak relationship between BMI and WHR and hallux angle suggest that key role in hallux valgus pathogenesisplay except obesity, other important factors as an age, gender and shoe-wearing.
Revealing effect of selected agrochemicals on salinity stress tolerance of rice cultivars at seedling stage published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A.L. RANAWAKE, U.T.D. RODRIGO AND S.G.J.N. SENANAYAKE Department of Agricultural Biology Faculty of Agriculture University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka Salinity is a major factor reducing plant growth and productivity in rice cultivation. The effect of selected Agro-chemicals named Imidacloprid 70% WS (Gaucho), Thiamethoxam 70% WS (Cruiser), Nitrophenolate 0.5% WS (Atonik) on salinity tolerance at the seedling stage of 8 rice varieties (Bg 250, Bg 305, At 302, Bg 352, Bg 357, Bg 358, Bg 360, Bg 379/2) were studied. Recommended dosage of each chemical was used for seed treatment in each case. Control seeds were germinated without any seed treatment. Germinated seedlings were planted in sterilized sand medium supplemented with nutrient solution. Experiment was carried out following randomized complete block design with 4 replication and 50 plants were included in each replication. After 12 days, plants were treated with 5 dS/m salinized solution and let them grow in the salinized medium for 8 days. Another set of plants treated with Agrochemicals were maintained without giving salinity stress. After 8 day salinity stress different seedling parameters were recorded. All the Agrochemicals significantly reduced the adverse affects of salinity stress in rice seedlings. Varieties Bg 250, Bg 352 and Bg 379/2 recorded most positive effects of the chemicals.
A Study on Factors Influencing Value and Success of New Product “- Reference to High End Bikes published in

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Anupama Sundar D This research seeks to extend the earlier work done by various researchers and authors that examined the factors affecting the perception of value and in turn affecting the success of the new launch. In particular, the critical success factors involved in establishing value and success of the launch of high end bikes. The research is done in the context of the Royal Enfield motorcycle. The central research methodology for the paper uses a quantitative approach involving the questionnaire. The questionnaire was administered to existing Royal Enfield motorcycle users. The respondents were asked certain specific questions regarding the critical factors. The questionnaire explored the critical factors for success and what factors builds value about the brand. From the responses to the questionnaire it was clear that the company followed all the main Strategies that are required in building value of the brand and success of the product launched. But there are certain factors that companies do not take into consideration which is also found. These come out to be recommendations for them. Some of the limitation of the research is also covered which would be really helpful for the further research.
Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL): A Tool for Accounting Education in the 21st Century published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

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

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Elizabeth Chikwiri,Eric Samuel Saraboyi Makura,Phoebe Kashora This study sought to determine the effectiveness of quality assurance in Open Distance Learning (ODL) at the Women’s University in Africa (WUA) since its founding in 2002 by two visionary women, Professor Cynthia Hope Sadza, former Commissioner of the Zimbabwe Public Service, and Dr Fay Hung, former Minister of Education and Culture in the Zimbabwe Government, to tackle head on, the issue of gender disparity through the provision of gender sensitive University Education. The study adopted an empirical approach on course evaluation in the provision of a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Sociology and Gender Development Studies at WUA as a pilot programme. The study identified some limitation in the existing scheme of evaluation and raised pertinent issues. The study established that WUA’s quality assurance policy provides clear guidelines for internal and external audits. The study concluded that expertise in the field of distance education is crucial for the implementation of effective inter-institutional quality assurance agenda. The study recommends regular professional development programmes.
Basel III Düzenlemeleri Çerçevesinde Likidite Riskinin Ölçülmesi ve Modellemesi (Measurement and Modelling of Liquidity Risk under the Basel III Rules) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Ercan TÜRKÜNER In compliance with Basel III rules this study aims to create a model capable of generating a balance sheet. In the light of several hypotheses and general data about Turkish Banking System the model generates a balance sheet and, hence Basel III liquidity ratios could be set their threshold values. Besides, with the sensitivity analysis possible impacts of balance sheet structure on the Liquidity Coverage Ratio which promotes the short-term resilience of the liquidity risk profiles of banks have been revealed. Since the model allows that all the input hypotheses can easily be changed, it has such flexible structure with instant generation of new balance sheet. Consequently, to simulate the impact of different management choices on the bank’s general position would be probable.
Composting Of Sewage Sludge Based On Different C/N Ratios published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Ashish Kumar Nayak and Ajay S. Kalamdhad* Sewage sludge is an unavoidable by-product of wastewater treatment processes; its disposal is generally costly or easy to contaminate the environment. Being rich in micro-and macronutrients, composting of sewage sludge is one of the important disposal alternatives. Nutrients balance plays a vital role in the composting process which is expressed as, carbon to nitrogen (C/N) ratio. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to evaluate the feasibility of C/N ratios (15, 20, 25, and 30) with control on the agitated pile composting of sewage sludge during 30 days. It was observed that C/N 30 produced the best compost, showed highest temperature profile, higher loss in EC value, TOC, CO2 evolution, OUR, BOD, COD and higher gain in total nitrogen and phosphorus, implying the total amount of biodegradable organic material is stabilized; and a Solvita® maturity index of 8 indicated that the compost was stable and ready for usage as a soil conditioner. On analyzing the results by ANOVA, the physico-chemical, biological and stability parameters varied significantly during the 30 days composting process. Therefore, it can be suggested that the pile composting of sewage sludge at C/N 30 can produce more stable compost after 30 days, while, C/N 15, 20, 25 and control poses least stable.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THREE-VALUED LOGIC IN INFORMATICS FOR STUDENTS FROM TECHNICAL UNIVERSITIES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalia Alexandrovna Nastashchuk The article is considered application of Three-Valued Logic in informatics on the whole. It reveals significance of Three-Valued Logic for students from technical universities who will do some research in engineering area as well as apply it in professional engineering activity.
THE IMPACT OF TEACHING METHOD ON PERFORMANCE IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS AT TERTIARY LEVEL published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Abdulmalek Mesfer Almalki The study seeks to explore different modes of teaching mathematics to students studying in a second language, and the effects of the varying approaches on student outcomes such as educational achievement and confidence in learning mathematics. Two case studies were used to examine the effectiveness of using worked examples versus the problem-solving approach for teaching mathematics to ESL students.
Anterior Dental Aesthetics & Depigmentation.- Case Report published in

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Dr.Prajakta Valhavankar, Dr. Rhutuja Bhosale, Dr. Pramod Waghmare A smile expresses a feeling of joy, affection & reveals self confidence & kindness. Pleasing smile has an important part of gingival tissue form. “Black gums & Disproportionally small teeth are the major esthetic concern of the young patient visiting dentists. Melanin hyper- pigmentation does not show any medical problem but patient complains of black gums. Aesthetic periodontal surgery gives opportunity to the patient to get rid off with “black gums & gummy smile.” It helps to boost patient’s confidence & improves esthetics. A case is reported here on the cosmetic correction of “Black Gums” and “Uneven Smile Line.” Aesthetic periodontal surgery combining gingival depigmentation and anterior esthetic crown lengthening was performed in a single appointment using scalpel
Li-doped ZnO Sol-Gel Thin Films: Correlation between Structural Morphological and Optical Properties published in

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Wannes HB, Dimassi WR, Zaghouani B and Mendes MJ Transparent Conducting Oxides (TCOs) have important device applications used in solar cells as transparent electrodes. In particular, ZnO material has been investigated for many years due to its excellent physical properties and potential applications in transparent conductive contacts when it is doped by several types of doping. If n-type doping is easily achievable in ZnO, the realization of stable and reproducible p-type ZnO is still difficult. The group I (Li, Na) atoms could be potential candidates to result in p-type ZnO. The choice of lithium as a dopant is motivated firstly by its abundance in nature, its low cost compared to other alkali metals and its wide application. Undoped and Lithium-doped zinc oxide thin films (ZnO:Li) at different percentages (5, 15 and 25%) were prepared on glass substrates, using the sol–gel spin-coating method, and the influence of the Li concentration on the structural, morphological and optical properties of the ZnO thin films was investigated. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis shows that the un-doped and 5 at % Li-doped films have a hexagonal wurtzite structure and are preferentially oriented along the c-axis from the substrate. SEM analysis shows a compact surface with mainly hexagonal grains. Optical transmittance measurements show that all samples have average 88% transparency in the visible light, with a sharp fall of the absorption at a wavelength (~376 nm) close to the ZnO band gap. The results suggest that the optical properties of the ZnO:Li films can be further improved for solar cell applications.
Determination of Infiltration Rate: Case Study of Bhimrad Area of Surat District published in

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Amit H. Mulani, Dr. R. B. Khasiya, Dr. J. N. Patel Study of Infiltration rate is important in water resource management. Different infiltrometer to measure time series of steady infiltration rates at the point scale. The infiltrometer uses two tipping bucket rain gauges. One gauge measures rainfall onto, and the other measures runoff from, a small circular plot about 0.5-m in diameter. The small size allows the infiltration rate to be computed as the difference of the cumulative rainfall and cumulative runoff without having to route water through a large plot. Data were collected during the summer of 2014. The difference infiltrometer demonstrated the capability to capture different magnitudes of infiltration rates and temporal variability associated with convective (high intensity, short duration) and cyclonic (low intensity, long duration) rainstorms. Data from the difference infiltrometer were used to estimate saturated hydraulic conductivity of soil affected by the heat.
Varietal response to different levels of fertility and biofertilizers on yield and quality of summer green gram (Vigna radiata L.) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
A.V. SHELKE*, V.V. SONANI, V.P. GAIKWAD1 AND S.S. RASKAR2 The field experiment on varietal response to different levels of fertility and bio-fertilizers on yield and quality of summer green gram was conducted on sandy loam soil at Pulses Research Station, Model Farm, Anand Agricultural University, Vadodara, Gujarat during summer season of the year 2009-10.The variety V2 (Meha) produced significantly higher seed and stover yield by 8.60 and 11.59 per cent, respectively as compared to the variety V1 (GM-4). The yield and yield attributes as well as protein content in seed increased significantly with increase in fertility levels up to 75 % RDF (30-15-0 kg NPK ha-1 ) except number of pods plant-1which was increased only up to 50 % RDF (20-10-0 kg NPK ha-1 ). Seed treatment of Rhizobium + PSB significantly improved the seed and stover yields as well as protein content in seed as compared to control.
Umbilical Pilonidal Sinus –A Rare Case Report published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Omar Bin Hasan, K. Suneetha, M Mohan Rao, Mohammed Sajjad Pilonidal sinus is a common disease of sacrococcygeal region involving natal cleft. However, it is also observed in the periumbilical area. There are only a few reports about umbilical pilonidal sinus in the literature. Here we report a case of umbilical pilonidal sins in a young female which presented as a chronic discharging umbilicus with periodical pain and swelling. It was managed surgically with excision of sinus tract and reconstruction of umbilicus.
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European Researcher

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AN OVERVIEW: THE NOVEL CARRIER FOR VESICULAR DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dinesh Chandra*, Kamlesh Km Yadav, Vijay Kumar Singh, Anand Patel, Shashi Chaurasia The focus of this review is to development of a novel drug delivery system. Novel drug delivery system aims to deliver the drug at a rate directed by the needs of the body during the period of treatment, and channel the active entity to the site of action. A number of novel drug delivery system has emerged encompassing various routes of administration, to achieve controlled and targeted drug delivery. Encapsulation of the drug in vesicular structure is one such system, which can be predicted to prolong the existence of the drug in systemic circulation, and reduce the toxicity, if selective uptake can be achieved. Consequently a number of vesicular drug delivery system such as liposomes, niosomes, sphinosomes, transferosomes and pharmacosomes are used to improve the therapeutic index of both existing and new drug molecules by encapsulating an active medicament inside vesicular structure in one such system. The era of vesiclular delivery has much to explore by achieving success in various upcoming systems such as aquasomes, cryptosmes, discomes, emulsomes, enzymosome, genosomes, photosomes, virosomes, vesosomes, proteosomes etc. The approaches like pro vesicular drug delivery, coating of vesicles, layerosomes, ufosomes system etc have also been developed which have better stabilities in comparison to simple vesicular drug delivery systems.
Prosthetic Rehabilitation by Palatal Hollow Bulb Obturator with Cast Metal Denture Base: A Case Report published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
George Francis, Paul Kariyatty, Joseph lijo, Mathew M Alani, Pramod PS, Donny Philip Varughese. Background: Prosthetic reconstruction of partial maxillectomy defects is a challenging procedure that requires multidisciplinary expertise to achieve an acceptable function, speech and esthetics. This procedure improves the quality of life for the patient as a normal individual. Obturation of the defect depends on its volume and position of remaining hard and soft tissues which determine the retention, stability and support for the prosthesis. The prosthesis should be simple to handle, easy to maintain, biocompatible, light in weight and convenient for future adjustments. This case report describes a clinical case of partial maxillectomy which was successfully rehabilitated with a definitive closed hollow bulb obturator and cast metal denture base.
USE OF SVM KERNEL FOR BETTER CLASSIFICATION ACCURACY FOR REMOTE SENSING DATA published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neha V. Mankar*, Anand Khobragade, M. M. Raghuwanshi The classification of remote sensing images is a challenging task, as image contains bulk of information which is to be carefully extracted and used. Support vector machine (SVM) has proven its excellence in the field of remote sensing image classification. Using SVM as a classifier multiple kernel methods can be constructed and tested over a specified set of image dataset. In this paper, we present a framework in which multiple SVM kernels are tested on a remotely sensed image for analysis of behaviour of kernel methods over image dataset. Pre-step to image classification is feature extraction on the basis of which image is classified. In our system, the image is classified into two classes on the basis of colour feature of image. Accuracy of each kernel along with delay in image classification is calculated for the task of kernel optimization over remotely sensed image. Thus a set of best suited kernel methods can be identified over a specific dataset.
PREPARATION OF IRBESARTAN NANOPARTICLES FOR DISSOLUTION RATE ENHANCEMENT published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Hatem Sarhan* and Usama F. Aly Nanoparticle technique offers promising methods for the formulation of poorly water soluble drugs. The objective of the present investigation was to enhance dissolution and oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble irbesartan (IBS) by preparing stable nanoparticles. IBS nanosuspensions were produced by antisolvent precipitation under sonication. The physicochemical properties of the prepared nanoparticles were characterized by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR), powder X-ray diffractometry (PXRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and solubility studies, as well as measuring the particle size and in-vitro drug dissolution.The physicochemical results indicated that the antisolvent precipitation process led to the amorphization of IBS without drug-polymer chemical interaction. IBS nanoparticles increased the saturation solubility of drug almost sixteen fold. The in vitro studies showed a marked increase in the drug dissolution rate After 60 min, nanoparticles were almost dissolved completely but only 53 % of unprocessed IBS and 70 % of physical mixture (PM) had dissolved owing to its crystalline nature and larger crystal size. The combining of the methods was a promising method to produce uniform nanoparticles of IBS with remarkable improvement in dissolution rate.
Fabrication of zig zag Bending Machine published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Aravinth.a,Arun kumar.b,Anil Pokhrel, Jayakumar.G,Mr.A.Velmurugan,A.Pandiyan The hydraulic jack has to give the manual pressure the horizontal bar move towards the work piece the work peace which bend towards the zig zag position the final work has obtained .The zig zag position is used to heat transfer take place and it is also used in different types of grill works. Copper is one of the heat transfer material the refrigerant flows inside the tube the large amount of heat transfer take place due to the zig zag position gradually heat will be reduced. Mild steel work piece is one of the zig zag stylish work has to be obtained by the machine more force than that of the conventional one. No maintenance is required since it’s an easy mechanism, reduced man power
CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS OF PAULOWNIA TOMENTOSA (THUNB) STEUD. FAM. SCROPHULARIACEAE AND ITS ROLE AGAINST HYPERGLYCEMIA published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Somil
Mohamed Sharaf - Eldin 1 , Raafat Salah 1 , Hanan Hamed Soliman 1 , Said Hamm ad Abdou 2 , Sherief Abd - Elsalam 1 * , Walaa Elkhalawany 1 , Loai Mansour 1 , Hal a M. Elsabagh 3 , Haidy Khalil 4 Background and Aim: The burden of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) has been increasing in Egypt. This fact raises the question, does the high prevalence of HCC in Egypt is related only to HCV? or is it augmented by AFB1 exposure in our patients? The aim of this study was to id entify the role of aflatoxin as an environmental risk factor attributable to liver cancer in Nile delta in Egypt . Patients and Methods: This cross sectional study was carried out in tropical medicine department in Tanta university hospital on 160 patients with HCC, 80 cirrhotic patients. Sixty individuals were invited to share in the study as a control group. All patients and control were evaluated for age, sex, residence, occupation, viral markers, liver functions and serum level of aflatoxinB1. Results: A flatoxin level in serum was significantly higher in HCC patients when compared to cirrhotics and to controls. The mean age of HCC patients was 58.575 ± 9.583 years. HCC was much higher in males than females with male to female ratio 4.7:1. Concerning smoki ng, 45% of HCC patients were smokers. DM was diagnosed in 42.5% of HCC cases. Anti HCV - Ab was present in 95% of HCC cases. Conclusions: Environmental aflatoxin seems to be a major risk factor for HCC in Nile delta. The high prevalence of HCC in Nile delta in Egypt is related to HCV and it is augmented by AFB1 exposure.
ANALYSIS OF GEAR PAIR CONTACT TO PRIDICT EFFICIENCY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr.Ravindra S. Lahane*, Mr. Nilesh Pawar, Swapnil Gear pair is higher pair point contact is under the stress. Due to that point contact get converted into line contact. Deformation due to contactlosses some energy during meshing of gear is generally neglected, but so many researchers calculate efficiency of gear drive by practically and analytically is upto 98%for metal only.if the error due to deformation in transmission in gear box is sma ll no one proposed this kind work is workout in this paper.
ON THE CONVERGENCE OF THE JUNGCK ITERATION SCHEME FOR APPROXIMATING COMMON FIXED POINTS published in

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Petko D. Proinov Ivanka A. Nikolova In this paper, we prove a convergence theorem with error estimates for the Jungck iteration process for approximating point of coincidence and common fixed points of three selfmappings of a cone metric space. The result is new even in the classical metric space setting
Assessing English Language Proficiency published in

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Mrs. Joyce Deva Kirubai, Dr.J.Joel English has become the international link language. The multi-national corporate mania demands proficiency in English as the need of the hour for a promising employee. A person who has the capacity to use language effectively is a real asset to any business. Those who seek lucrative positions need to make their linguistic skills perfect in order to gain faster recognition. Therefore it is essential to update the language skills and competence from time to time to make the best use of language in different contexts and situations. To ensure acquisition of skills and competency in language proficiency, performance based assessments should be conducted in the classroom. Various assessments in English language help the learners use the language skillfully. Assessments have great impact on the class room performance of the students and learning goals. Assessment methods reward the students. They exercise a good influence on the students’ learning, study habits and method of instruction. They help to measure educational achievement and improve it. Assessments that involve integration of practical and theoretical knowledge should be administered in all institutions to bring out the potential ability of the learners. Integrating assessments provide wonderful scaffolding for students and generate immense teacher satisfaction. Assessments improve the standard and quality of the institution and the students get progress as a whole, as assessments are broader in its scope than tests and examinations.
THE PLIGHT of TECHNOLOGY and LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION TEACHERS in SELECTED SCHOOLS in the MUNICIPALITY of NAVAL, BILIRAN, PHILIPPINES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Delsa A. Ariaso*, Noel Pricilda Tancinco The study generally aimed to ascertain the plight of the Technology Livelihood Education Teachers in the secondary schools in the Municipality of Naval, Biliran. Employing the qualitative research design, 22 teachers were involved in a preliminary survey and all of them were tapped for the in-depth interview. Most of the teachers who were hired underwent the process of applying as arranged by the Division of Biliran with the guidelines mandated by the Department of Elementary Education (DepEd); selection was based on the merit of documents submitted. All of the TLE teachers were hired by personally applying for their positions, without the intervention of any other person, and selection was based on their personal qualifications. Most of the TLE teachers were assigned based on localization and their specialization or major, with a few assigned to fill in the need of a teacher per recommendations of their supervisors. The teaching environment of the schools was generally advantageous and conducive to learning -- classrooms properly constructed, well-ventilated, well-lighted, and functional, except for a few. The school buildings were built on standards which provided safety and protection for the students; although some areas needed minor repairs, repainting and renovation. The TLE teachers were generally satisfied by the support of their school administrators, except for a few who found disappointments with the attitude and behavior of their superior; but they were not satisfied with community support due to the unresponsiveness and lack of cooperation of parents of the students to the needs of their class activities as some parents compelled their children to work at home and earn a living. The overall teaching performance of the TLE teachers was very satisfactory as 77.3 percent of them received above average ratings and none with below average rating. The problems met by the TLE teachers were in line with school facilities and equipment, lack of instructional materials, extra-curricular activities, students’ misbehavior, insufficient support from the administration, negative attitudes of school administrators, and insufficient support from the community, instructional materials, and dealing with students. To deal with their problems, they took on a positive approach, a factor which provided them the necessary strength to move on with their teaching job. With their positive outlook, they developed effective strategies to face their predicaments, particularly in terms of personal initiative and resourcefulness. For the improvement of TLE instruction in the secondary schools of Naval, Biliran, major interventions recommended include activation of the utilization of multimedia instructional materials, procurement of adequate equipment and facilities, upgrading of the technical and managerial skills of the TLE teachers, implementation of the Modular Approach to teaching, institutional linkage with funding institutions and agencies. Minor interventions suggested include upgrading of the TLE teachers’ qualification through graduate studies, their involvement in the conduct of research, their availability for consultation and upliftment activities with the students, and strengthening of the bond between and among teachers and parents and community.
Application of NSGA-II in Solving Multiobjective Optimal Power Flow published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Malakar T, Sinha N, Goswami S K and Sinha A K This paper is an application of NSGA-II for solving multiobjective optimal power fl ow problems in power systems. Objective function considered in this work are conventional quadratic and emission along with highly non-linear objectives like cost curve with valve point loading and cubic emission function etc. In addition, more than two objectives are optimized simultaneously. The problem is formulated as mixed integer one with both continuous and discrete control variables. The performance of the proposed algorithm has been tested on three different IEEE test systems. Results for the test system-1 have been validated with the reported works. The comparison is done with the classical weighted sum method for IEEE 30 bus system and further experimentation is done on two other test cases such as IEEE-57 bus and IEEE-118 bus systems. The results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach for fi nding the Power System optimal solutions even when more than two confl icting objectives are considered simultaneously.
CONSIDERAÇÕES SOBRE A CRÍTICA DE ARTE A PARTIR DA METAFÍSICA DO BELO DE SCHOPENHAUER published in

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Nathan Menezes Amarante Teixeira We seek fundamentally here think how we can find, amid Schopenhauer's general considerations about art in his Metaphysics of Beautiful, indications about of we can understand as art criticism. By this mean, it will not be made here allusions to the concept of art criticism found in other authors or other contexts; we will limit ourselves only to present what we can understand about art criticism from the aesthetic implications that the schopenhaurean thought puts to us, specifically from the understanding of the work of art as possibility of knowledge of Ideas.
MULTIMEDIA QA GENERATION BY USING SEARCH DIVERSIFICATION? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Nandhini.N, Ramya.K, Sandeepa.P Community Question answering (cQA) services have gained popularity for the past few years. It supports community users to post and answer questions and also it enables general users to acquire information from a set of answered questions. Though existing cQA forum provides textual answers alone, it is not much informative for many questions. In order to enhance textual answers in cQA with suitable media data MMQA method has been introduced. This method consists of three parts, Answer medium selection, Query generation for multimedia search and multimedia data selection and presentation. This method automatically finds out which type of multimedia information should be added to get an elaborated textual answer and also it automatically gathers data from the web to enhance the answer. By processing a collection of question answer pairs and adding them to a dataset it can set up a novel multimedia question answering (MMQA) method as users can find multimedia answers by comparing questions with those in the dataset. This MMQA method not only provides image and video for direct question answers but also give answers for more complex questions. The multimedia search diversification method is used here to collect the relevant answers based on questions. The result shows that it provides more satisfactory answers to the users and also it is more effective.
A study of Systematic Risk with reference of Selected Companies published in

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Neeraj Gupta, Anurag Singh Gurjar The objective of the study is to find out the systematic risk involved in the stock of the selected companies listed in the National Stock Exchange and to study the average return of the selected stocks. The systematic risk affects the entire market, often we read in the newspaper that the stock market is caught in a bear hug and is in bull grip. This indicates that the entire market is moving in a direction either downward or upward economic conditions. The political situation or sociological changes affect the securities market. A recession can affect the stock market all over the world. The economic crisis in the US affected the stock market worldwide. These factors are beyond the control of the corporations or the investors. They cannot be entirely avoided by the investors. This means systematic risk is unavoidable. The equity investment is the most risky investment in all the financial markets. Any investor, before investing his or her investible wealth in a stock, analyses the risk associated with it. Investors analyze the risk factor because a thorough knowledge of the risk helps them plan objectives their portfolio to minimize risk. The present study is to know about the risk of the selected stocks. Finding will definitely be fruitful for investors in making investment decisions.
A REVIEW WAVELET TRANSFORM AND FUZZY K-MEANS BASED IMAGE DENOISING METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nidhi Patel* , Asst. Prof. Pratik Kumar Soni The research area of image processing technique using fuzzy k-means and wavelet transform. The enormous amount of data necessary for images is a main reason for the growth of many areas within the research field of computer imaging such as image processing and compression. In order to get this in requisites of the concerned research work, wavelet transforms and k-means clustering is applied. This can be done in order to discover more possible combinations that may lead to the finest de-noising technique. In this review paper we have tried to review the maximum aspects regarding to image de-noising.
ATTENUATION OF BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF SHOREA ROBUSTA LEAVES IN STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Velayutham Ravichandiran, Patil Vishal Satish* and BV Nagarjuna Yadav Shorea robusta belongs to family Dipterocarpaceae, traditionally is used to treat wounds, ulcers, leprosy, cough, gonorrhea, earache and headache and many more. Diabetes is associated with profound alterations in plasma lipid and lipoprotein profile and with an increased risk of coronary heart disease. The presence of phytochemicals such as tannins, alkaloids, proteins, flavonoids, triterpenes and saponins in the ethanolic extract/fractions was revealed by the preliminary phytochemical screening, keeping in view of medicinal importance the present study is an effort to investigate the biochemical parameters of m shorea robusta leaves in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats for 21 days.[1] The acute toxicity studies of oral doses of ethanolic leaves extract/fractions in rats revealed that it has a high safety profile, as the extract/fractions was well tolerated by the animals. The test drug was administered for 21 days at a four different dose level 100, 200 mg/kg for ethanolic extract and 100, 100mg/kg each of two successive fractions (chloroform and n-butanol) made in aqueous and given by orally. Body weight, urine sugar was analyzed before and after treatment of extract/fractions while serum glucose was analyzed every week and lipid and lipoprotein profile from serum was analyzed after 21 days. The ethanolic extract/fractions of Shorea robusta leaves significantly prevented loss of body weight and reduce urine sugar. The results indicated that the ethanolic extract/fractions produced significant (p < 0.001) in biochemical parameter.
Cereals Bond Trounces Subacute Rumen Acidosis published in

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Role of Nutrition in Coping with Stress (Review) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Sanjay Sharma Stress, refers to the after effects of a person failing to respond properly to an event that has occurred in their life. If in a person emotions are bottled up inside without releasing, this behaviour brings stress upon the body and gets worse with time. Stress is shown to happen in three stages. The first is an initial state of alarm which produces a rush of adrenaline in the persons’ body. The second stage is a short term ‘resistance’ mechanism that body sets up to cope with the problem. The final stage is a state of exhaustion in the body. The persons who suffer from stress may have symptoms such as; Muscle tension, loss of focus/concentration, headaches, increased heart rate, having a short temper, loss of appetite. Chronic Stress can cause long term illnesses to the body for examples; Diabetes, Depression, Mental health problems, Heart/Cardiovascular problems, Bowel/Digestive Problems. A balanced diet is one of the best ways to combat the effects of stress because when under stress, the body uses essential nutrients and these can be replenished by taking balanced diet. With the healthy balanced diet we can reduce the impact that stress has on body and effectively repair any damage that has been done prior to this.
Effect of Leech Therapy in Chronic Ulcer - A Case Study published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Prakash Jai, Singh Manoj, Kumar Mahesh, Kumar Sandeep, Sambyal Smati Leeches were linked with healing because of the etymology of the words.1 Later, in the middle ages, medics depended more on leech therapy, which was prescribed for a wide range of disorders including nervous system diseases (epilepsy, brain congestion), urinary, and reproductive organs diseases (nephritis, Sub acute ovaritis, sexually-transmitted diseases), inflammatory diseases (acute gastritis, laryngitis) and eye illnesses.2,3 Keeping this in mind, the purpose of our study was to find out the effect of leech therapy in the management of Chronic Ulcer. The patient included in the study was, 26 year old male patient, of chronic ulcer since last 6 months. The patient was assessed for pain, colour of wound, discharge burning sensation and size of ulcer. After the initial assessment, Leech therapy was given to the patient for three sitting with the gap of one week. The significant improvement was found in above mentioned parameters.
ABOUT THE MUTUAL INFLUENCE OF THE MIXED OILS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ismayilov G. G*, Nurullayev V. H, Adigozalova M. B, Zeynalov R.L Recently the steady tendency to increase in volumes of transportation, oil was outlined. Thus, developments new or optimization of the applied technologies of transportation of oil taking into account their rheological properties and operational characteri stics of pipelines are necessary for the solution of a task of increase in volume of pumping of crude oil. Because of relevance of a problem, results of the pilot studies mixed crude oil by physical and chemical methods are of a great interest. The researc hes conducted by us have shown that when mixing crude oil it is necessary to consider a factor of interference of structures crude oil for the purpose of an assessment inadmissible and optimum concentration of separate components.
ELECTRIC FIELD MEASUREMENT IN ROD-DISCONTINUED PLANE AIR GAPS USING DISTRIBUTED CAPACITY PROBE published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Khechekhouche, D. Benattous, A. Mekhaldi, A. Boubakeur The present experimental carried out investigations aimed at elucidating the effect of earth discontinuity on the breakdown voltage of short rod-plane air gap (80 to 160 mm) under negative lightning impulses (-1.2/50s). We also carried out investigations on electric field measurement on the surface of a discontinuous plane of a rod-plane air gap arrangement. For this purpose, we used a probe with distributed capacity, under negative lightning applied impulse voltage. The probe is incorporated on the same level of plane surface. The interface locally reinforces the electric field. The electric field increases at the interface may lead to a discharge between the high voltage rode and the interface. In the vicinity of the interface, we observe a kind of discontinuity in the evolution of the electric field intensity. This one becomes greater than the value obtained in the case of gaps with homogeneous plane earth.
Immunohistochemical Evaluation of ALK Expression in Breast Cancer published in

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Amira M. Bassam, Lubna O. Abdel Amp Ndash Salam, Dina A. Khairy Extensive studies are conducted to identify factors involved in breast cancer genesis and to understand the genetic and cellular mechanisms which can lead us to new treatments. ALK was originally discovered as the underlying factor in the pathogenesis of anaplastic large cell lymphomas. ALK is believed to foster tumor genesis following activation by autocrine and/ or paracrine growth loops involving ALK ligands. Expression of ALK has been shown in a variety of tumors including rhabdomyosarcoma, neuroblastoma and neuroectodermal tumor, glioblastoma, melanoma and inflammatory breast cancer. 61 cases of female breast cancer were evaluated immunohistochemically for the expression of ALK in the malignant epithelial cells and adjacent non-neoplastic tissue, and for correlation of expression with clinicopathological parameters as; age, tumor size, tumor type, tumor grade, tumor stage, lymph node status, dermal lympho-vascular embolization, degree of lymphocytic infiltration and ER, PR, Her-2 neu expression and molecular types. Eighteen cases out of 61 (29.5% of all cases) showed positive cytoplasmic expression for ALK in malignant epithelium. 8 positive cases showed concomitant cytoplasmic and nuclear immunoreactivity. ALK expression was observed in normal structures as breast epithelium, lymphocytes, nerves and fibroblasts. Expression in normal breast epithelium was localized to the nucleus without cytoplasmic localization. The current study found non-significant correlation between malignant epithelial ALK expression and various clinicopathological parameters, ER, PR, Her-2 neu expression and molecular types. However the correlation between ALK expression and histological type was close to significance (0.08), implying slight higher tendency for ALK expression among ductal carcinoma whether in pure or mixed forms. The issue of involvement of ALK in pathogenesis and progression of breast cancer needs thorough evaluation, especially by molecular techniques. Up till now no established link has been detected in breast cancer various types including inflammatory breast carcinoma. The availability of anti-ALK protein drugs however encourages further studies to enroll patients into clinical trials evaluating ALK targeted therapeutics.
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
IMPACT OF AGE ON CERVICAL CANCER AND ITS PREVALENCE AMONG OTHER DREADFUL CANCERS IN WOMEN: A CASE REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Uma Sankar Viriti1*, Swarna Latha Surakala1, Arun Satyadev Siddanadham2, Laxmi Sowjanya Ramathota1 Cervical cancer is the fifth most common cancer in humans, the second most common cancer in women worldwide and it is the most common cancer which causes death in the developing countries. The reasons can be attributed due to unprotected sexual contact, poor diet, lack of knowledge, age factor, obesity, radiation and HPV (Human papilloma virus) are the main reasons for cervical cancer .Here in this case study 250 cases of female patients were studied and observed for the prevalence of cervical cancer when compared with the prevalence of other cancers like Breast cancer, Ovarian cancer, Gastric cancer. We also discussed about the influence of age on the occurrence and determinant of cervical cancer in observed cases and finally the stage of cervical cancer at which the patient exhibits symptoms and diagnosis were considered.
RECENT TRENDS IN BOTNET RESEARCH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sanjeev Kumar Dwivedi*1 and Ankur Singh Bist2 With the advent of internet technology and the increased dependency on the internet to carry out financial transactions gave rise to a new generation of malware called botnets. A botnet collectively termed for a network of infected computers or bots are used to carry out various attacks on the internet community. These attacks ranges from DDOS attacks performed on an organization, spamming campaigns, to sample key logging attacks performed on general individuals. Botnets thus are a network of malware infected machines that are under the control of a single or a group of individuals called as the botmasters or botherders. The botmasters sends commands to these infected networks of bots, to which these bots gleefully respond. Botnets are becoming more elaborate and efficient over time and thus the use of botnets is growing at an exponential rate, threatening the average user and business alike.
A Study of Utilization of Operation Theatres in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital, Hyderabad published in

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Dr. N. Lakshmi Bhaskar, Dr. S. Naga Satish Kumar, Dr. N. Satyanarayana In any hospital, the Operation Theatre is said to be the primary source of revenue generation and also represents an area of considerable expenditure in a hospital budget, requiring maximum utilization to ensure optimum cost-benefit. The present study aims to understand the utilization pattern of the OTs of Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), a tertiary care teaching hospital in Hyderabad, India for the time period of July 2011 to June 2012. Utilization of OT complexes in NIMS was found to be 72.51% for the time frame of July 2011 to June 2012, which was found to be optimum. Most of the scheduled hours were utilized for elective surgeries and unscheduled hours for emergency surgeries. Unscheduled hours was maximum utilized for emergencies in theatres which had dedicated tables well equipped for performing neurosurgical, vascular and orthopaedic surgeries, since traumatic cases were major part of surgical emergencies.
Evaluation of Peripheral lymphadenopathy in Children in Greater Gwalior Region published in

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Dr. Jyoti Priya Darshini Shrivastava, Dr. Savita Bharat, Dr. Anil Meena, Dr. Bharat Jain Peripheral lymph nodes, located in the subcutaneous tissue ,clean antigen from extracellular fluid. Peripheral lymphadenopathy (LAP) is frequently due to local or systemic, benign, self-limited, infectious disease. However, it could be a manifestation of underlying malignancy . Seventy five percent of all lymphadenopathies (LAPs) are localized, with more than 50% seen in head and neck area. Based on different geographical areas, the etiology is varied. For example in tropical areas, tuberculosis is main benign cause of lymphadenopathy (LAP) in adults and children. Complete history taking physical examination are mandatory for diagnosis; however laboratory tests, imaging diagnostic methods and tissue samplings are the next steps. Tissue diagnosis by fine needle aspiration biopsy Or excisional biopsy is the gold standard evaluation for lymphadenopathy (LAP) Human body has about 600 lymph nodes 1. A normal size of lymph node is usually less than 1 cm in diameter. Of course, there are exceptional in lymph nodes in different regions and different ages have different sizes. For example, some authors have proposed that an inguinal lymph node size up to 1.5 cm should be considered normal, while the normal range for the epitrochlear nodes is 0.5 cm2. In general, normal lymph node are larger in children (age 2- 10 year), in whom a size of more than 2cm is suggestive of malignancy or a granulomatous disease3.
SOFTWARE FOR VISUALIZATION OF THICKNESS ELECTROPLATED COVERING DISTRIBUTION OVER THE SURFACE OF DETAILS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Denis Sergeevich Solovjev The paper presents the problem of visualizing of thickness electroplated covering distribution over the surface of details. The methods of geometric modeling to solve the problem are describes. Visualization of thickness covering distribution for the specific example received in the software developed by the author are demonstrates.
Financial Intermediation : Analysis and Perspectives published in

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Maria Pompò The paper analyzes the role of financial intermediaries , focusing especially the implications for monetary policy . And it also tried to consider , however briefly , the pattern of international regulation for more resilient banks and banking systems , namely , Basel 3 .
A SURVEY ON CRYPTOGRAPHIC CLOUD STORAGE WITH KEY AGGREGATE SEARCHABLE ENCRYPTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pallavi Vijay Nichal*, Prof. P. L. Ramteke Cloud is a new way to store large amount of data. In cloud computing, data owners host their data on cloud servers and users can access the data from cloud servers. By data outsourcing, users can be relieved from the burden of local data storage and maintenance. Cloud s torage has emerged as a promising solution for providing ubiquitous, convenient, and on - demand accesses to large amounts of data shared over the Internet.Considering the practical problem of privacy preserving data sharing system based on public cloud stor age which requires a data owner to distribute a large number of keys to users to enable them to access his/her documents, we for the first time propose the concept of key - aggregate searchable encryption (KASE) and construct a concrete KASE scheme. Both ana lysis and evaluation results confirm that our work can provide an effective solution to building practical data sharing system based on public cloud storage.
The charged Compton sphere published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Emad Eldieb In the form of Einstein equation of the rest mass mo of a particle with rest radius ro, we can put a collection of charges p - obeying Coulomb force- in a closed sphere with a radius r as; Where; p is the number of the protons inside a sphere with a radius r, e is the magnitude of the charge in coulomb and k is the electric constant Where also; the factor inside the big bracket = 1, while the small bracket is not absolutely empty. Our work lies inside the small bracket.
COMPILATION OF ALTERNATIVE BUILDING COMPONENTS AND COMMON DISTRESSES FOUND THROUGH BUILDING CONDITION ASSESSMENT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr:Vishrantkumar Zambre*, Prof:Milind Darade Buildings being constructed for residential or offices by government or commercial constructions are basically to fulfill demand of shelter due to high increase in the population, change in economic levels, obsolesce of the old buildings and so on. It is important to see here that for any reason if buildings are constructed th ey do not replace the old ones. Which impose a great responsibility on the shoulders of maintenance engineers to maintain the facility/building to acceptable living conditions? Specific maintenance measures can effectively preserve the value of a building for along time. The planning of maintenance measures requires knowledge regarding the service life of the building components as well as the required maintenance intervals. In many cases, planners refer to the main building components. Compilation of buil ding components is first step towards managing the facility by understanding and knowing the available alternatives their suitability with respect to the designed specifications and selection of appropriate component from the alternatives to be used for ne w construction. The variety of available alternatives is very high as new products are coming in the market regularly, the only problem faced is its unknown behavior and one has to rely on the manufactures specifications. There are various factors which c auses building distress like lack of maintenance, extreme loading condition, faulty design and construction of foundation, poor quality of construction etc which affect on building safety
Some effects of moral context in economicdecisionmaking in Mexican workers published in

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Francisco A. Laca, Germ N P Rez - Verduzco Several economic experiments have tested limitations of Rational Choice Theory. In most of them, researchers have found that people tend to be “irrational” when they have economic interactions with other agents. Some studies that explore social and moral aspects in economic decision-making indicate that people have different kinds of motivations, which is not necessarily increase their own utility. In this paper we examine the effects of moral context in economic decision-making. Specifically, decisions of people who participated in a Dictator Game. A sample of 46 Mexican employees was divided in two groups.A moral context variable was introduced in the experimental group to assess whether the moral variable increased the altruism to the Receiver. Our results showed that when Dictators were in a moral context they were more altruistic in monetary distributions. An important contribution of this study is that it was conducted in non-university population, unlike the majority ofeconomic experiments.
SURROGATE MOTHERHOOD: A RAY OF HOPE published in

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Hiranmaya Nanda Shyamantak Misra This article is an attempt to reflect the concept of surrogacy and surrogacy laws India. In India commercial surrogacy is legal. So many childless parents approach India for their desire to become parents. Although both the parties get benefit through this process but there are certain legal issues which are very complex and need to addressed and resolved subsequently by a comprehensive legislation. Surrogacy involves conflict of various interests and has inscrutable impact on the primary unit of society
IMPULSE CURRENTS IN THE REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS WITH ENT PATHOLOGY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Nina Nikolaevna Lazarenko; Dzhavanshir Mamed ogly Mustafaev; Marina Valentinovna Supova; Olga Viktorovna Trunova; Svetlana Nikolaevna Smirnova; Anna Vasilevna Inkina; Irina Anatolevna Pankova; Aleksandr Evgenevich Smirnov; Marina Yurevna Gerasimenko The study of the problem of inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract relevant in connection with the steady growth of their disease and the lack of clear criteria on many issues of diagnosis and treatment.The paper presents an analysis of complex treatment, including fluctuating currents in patients with acute bacterial rhinosinusitis.
Treatment of Chronic RadiationInducedinjury of Lymphocyte With Exogenously Added Superoxide Dismutase Purified From a Sewage Isolated E Coli published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Petkar Medha B, Dr. Pillai Meena M, Dr. PODHA S. Dr KRSS Rao, Mrs Patil Pallavi S, Mrs Thakur Saee H Accidental exposure toradiation forms free radicals which causes cell death. Superoxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme produced for dismutation of superoxide into oxygen and hydrogen peroxide to prevent damage caused by superoxide radical. SOD have been implicated in many disease states including inflammatory diseases, ischemia and reperfusion, neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, as well as more subtle roles in cell signaling and perhaps in immune function, SOD is not yet in widespread usage in human clinical medicine. One obstacle has been that none of the three human SODs possesses attractive pharmacological properties to make it a clinically useful therapeutic agent.In this experiment a sewage isolate wasused for production of SOD. Enzyme was purified by mechanical and enzymatic cell disruption then ammonium sulphate precipitation followed by column chromatography method. Then it’s effect was studied on irradiated lymphocytes. For comparison1mg of purereference SOD powder (sigma) was used. The cell monolayer was irradiated in 25-cm2 culture flasks in the exponential growth phase. Culture flask was irradiated with dose of 6 Gy.SOD was added after 30 min in the culture and incubated in a humidified atmosphere of 5% CO2 at 37C in CO2 incubator for 72 hours. To check percentage viability, cell culture was stained by Trypan blue. The percentage viability clearly shows that the irradiations were lethalfor cells (17.48%). The addition of superoxide dismutase to cells after irradiation attenuated the death of cells by irradiation and was effective for increased survival. Viability with our SOD increases up to 77.96% which was significantly nearer to viability by pure reference SOD values 83.53%. So it can be concluded that, the SOD treatmentcan be used for recovery of irradiated cells and it increases cell viability
Antiplatelet aggregation and antimicrobial activities of bael (Aegle marmelos Linn.) extracts published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
S.J. PRASHANTH, D. SURESH, V. H. POTTY AND P. SADANANDA MAIYA Bael (Aegle marmelos Linn.) has been used in the Indian traditional systems for treating various ailments. In the recent past there have been numerous studies indicating various bioactivities with different parts of the plant. A study has been undertaken to assess the antiplatelet aggregation activities and antimicrobial activities of the Bael. Five solvent extracts from different parts of the plant were analysed for the antibacterial activity against seven bacteria. It was found that methanol extract of pulp, rind and seed has shown the inhibitory zone of 4mm against Klebsiella pneumoniae and Staphylococcus aureus and the hexane extract of rind and seed has shown inhibitory zone for Pseudomonas aerogenosa.The methanol extract was analysed for antiplatelet aggregation assay. It was found that highest per cent activity was found in freeze-dried pulp (32.50%), rind (28.33%) and seed (10.13%). The bael plant part extracts shown to be potential antibacterial and antiplatelet aggregation activities.
EFFECT ON COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE INCINERATION ASH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
V. Alivelu Mangamma The municipal solid waste incineration ash reduces are worldwide studied topic over the last decades, so that utilize the municipal solid waste is the one of the possibilities is to use MSWI in concrete production as it is done the bottom ash features the most convenient composition in concrete and it is a available in highest amounts among the MSWI ashes the bottom ash was used as pa rtial replacement of cement of cement in concrete strength has to find ,if the prepared concrete will get sufficient durability or not. The behavior of concrete with the bottom as is differed from the control material due to presence of sulphats and chlori des in bottom ash.
Une perspective sémantique intégraliste sur l’interférence texte-musique dans le cas du théâtre musical published in

Studia UBB Musica

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Mirona BENCE-MUK The present article focuses its investigation on the place of direct and private interference of the literary text with mu100sic, being consequently dedicated to the “semantic-integralist” analysis reguarding a complete cultural-artistic object which is the musical theatre. Our approach follows the same evolution of the metaphorical dynamics, identified initially in the libretto Così fan tutte, outlining a parallel with the metaphoric dynamics of the musical discourse, by using the same strategies: dia-endo-epi-phorics. Thus, our aim is to approach the integralist theses oriented, up to the present time, only towards the literary text, to another universe of cultural and artistic creation: the musical theatre. These correspondences refer to the existence of particular metaphoric strategies within the musical discourse, collaborating from the same position with the above mentioned strategies, presented in the text of the libretto in order to enhance the mystery and to articulate the metaphorical meaning existent in the final artistic text: libretto accompanied by the musical discourse.
CHARACTERIZATION OF SWARNMAKSHIKA BHASMA USING STATE OF THE ART TECHNIQUES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Vaidya Meghna1* and Upadhyay Abhishek2 Bhasmas are unique therapeutics of ayurveda. They are metallomedicines of nano to submicron particle size prepared through classical process of shodhana (purification) & marana (calcination). Swarnmakshika bhasma, a potent rasayana drug is also used in the management of pandu (anemia), insomnia, apasmara (~convulsion disorders), kustha (skin diseases) mandagni (poor digestion), etc. In the present study Swarnmakshika bhasma was prepared through classical method of shodhana, marana and the final product i.e. SM bhasma was characterized using ancient parameters of bhasma examination and modern state of the art techniques such as FTIR, XRD, ICP, PSA, SEM. It was observed that bhasma was mixture of organic, metallic and organo-metallic moieties having particle size in microns. The raw SM was chemically chalcopyrite (CuFeS2) whereas different phases identified in the XRD of final product include Fe2O3, FeS2, copper sulphide (CuS) and SiO2 which indicate changed chemical nature of final product. The particle size of bhasma ranged from1.82?m to 88.54 ?m with a mean volumetric diameter of 16.58 ?m. ICP and FTIR confirmed the presence of inorganic molecules, organic molecules, organic functional groups and various bonds including metal-carbon bonds in the bhasma indicating towards its organometallic nature.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF IMMEDIATE RELEASE TABLETS OF S (-) METOPROLOL SUCCINATE USING ROLLER COMPACTION APPROACH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Srikant Pimple*, Pravin Maurya, Akash Joshi, Mohan Salunke, Ruby Singh Metoprolol succinate is a Beta 1-selective, adrenoceptor blocking agent used in the treatment of hypertension, angina pectoris and heart failure. S-Metoprolol at half the dose of racemate has proved to be effective in the treatment of hypertension. The present study was aimed to develop a chirally pure S (-) Metoprolol Succinate Tablets 50 mg and 25 mg equivalent to Metoprolol Tartrate Tablets 100 mg and 50 mg respectively. Preformulation studies were carried out to evaluate the compatibility of API with all the excipients used in formulation. Results of drug excipient compatibility study indicate that the API was compatible with all excipients. Immediate release tablets were prepared by both wet granulation and direct compression techniques. In wet granulation process related substance was observed on higher side. To overcome the problem of related substance further batches were taken with direct compression which results in reduction in related substance but flow properties were poor. Final formulation was prepared by direct compression technique using roller compaction approach. Roller compaction is commonly used as a dry granulation technique to produce granules with enhanced flowability, increase in bulk density and ready for die compression. Physiochemical and in-vitro release characteristics of all the formulation was evaluated and compared. Percent drug release of test formulation was compared with reference racemic drug product and similarity factor for both the strength was calculated. Accelerated stability studies were performed for 2 Months and results were found well within the limits.
Functional Teacher Education Programme For Managing Security Challenges and National Development in Nigeria published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
DAKU NOAH JIMBA (Ph.D.) & Michael Olarewaju OGUNDELE (Ph.D.) - The paper examined the strategies for managing functional teachers’ education programme for combating security challenges and enhancing National development in Nigeria. The focus therefore was on the concepts of functional teachers’ education, security challenges and development and how teachers’ education can be made functional towards combating the security challenges in Nigeria and how developmental efforts could be enhanced. It was however recommended that teachers education curriculum should be restructured and geared towards combating security challenges and National development especially in Nigeria.
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 (250×4.6mm, 5?m) dimensions at 40ºc 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.
The Impact Assessment of Investment on Economic Growth in Competitive Conditions in the Republic of Azerbaijan published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Adalat Jalal Muradov, Nazim Ozbey Hajiyev The Keynes type of consumption function parameters have been econometrically estimated on the basis of statistical information of the Azerbaijan economy, in other words, the multiplier has been determined which shows the impact of investment growth to GDP in this article. It was also determined that the decrease in last limit consumption tendency leads to decline in the price of multiplier. Further analyzes were carried out in determining the price of accelerator. The result showed that, although consumption tendency decreased (multiplicative reduction effect), the price of accelerator increased. On the basis of mutual influence model of multiplier and accelerator, it was determined that current prices of multiplier and accelerator, could lead to hesitant growth of GDP. In final part of the article necessary directions and required prices of multiplier and accelerator are shown in order to be able to achieve the balanced growth of the GDP.
A Study on Organizational Characteristics of Self Help Groups in India: How do they contribute in Social Support & Psychological Well-being of Rural Poor? published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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ANAMIKA DEY, DR. DEBASIS NEOGI Unemployment is the most vital factor behind the incidence of poverty. Creating self employment opportunity is the main objective of formation of Self Help Groups (SHGs). SHG is a group of rural poor with homogeneous social and economical background. Exchange of ideas, participation in decision making process and mutual help to each other characterise the social environment of SHG. To some extent the SHGs are successful in raising the earning capacity of the people engaged in it. The present paper makes a study on the SHGs operating in Tripura state of North-East India. The study tries to find out the organizational characteristics of SHGs. It also aims to know the psychological well-being of the members through their participation in SHGs. To study the organisational characteristics, some parameters like frequency of group meetings, attendance of the members in group meetings, marketing channels used by the groups etc are analysed. The psychological well being is analysed with indicators like duration of membership of an individual in SHGs, motivation to join the group, relation between the group members etc. The study is based on the primary data which is collected through a structured questionnaire.
Underpricing of Ipo with Special Reference to Ipos with Green Shoe Option In India published in

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Agnya Patel It is observed that IPO through Book Building method in India turns out to be overpriced or underpriced after their on the stock exchange. This puts investors to loose their earnings in the IPO. Market stabilization or Green Shoe Option is a mechanism by which stabilizing agent acts on behalf of the issuer company, buys a newly issued security for the purpose of preventing a decline in the new security’s market price in order to facilitate its distribution to the public. This can save investors from potential loss. This paper is an attempt to determine the effectiveness of Over Allotment Option in the IPOs and its effect on the performance in short run and long run. The purpose is to evaluate the post-issue share price performance of IPOs with Green Shoe Option issued and listed on NSE, Mumbai, during the period 2004 to 2014.
Systematic Review on Dietary Intake and Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mojgan Nourian, Zaitun Yassin, Mohd Nasir MohdTaib, Fahimeh Haghighatdoost, Roya Kelishadi Metabolic syndrome(MetS) has been broadly studied in adults. However,because of the lack of auniversal definition for MetS in pediatric populations, few studies have been conducted on this frequent disorder among children.Lifestyle factors play an important role in the pathogenesis of MetS. A cornerstone of the treatment in MetS patients is the use of a healthy diet to improve all abnormalities. Most of available studies focused on lifestyle changes for treatment of MetS in adolescents, and there are only few studies which assessed the specific role of diet therapy for MetS among children and adolescents. It is important since sometimes it is not applicable to encourage children to be more active. Hence, in the present article, we aimed to review the dietary intake and recommendations for treatment of pediatric MetS.
“ANALYTICAL METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF BROMOCRIPTINE MESYLATE AND METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIDE WITH DOE APPROACH” published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jainul Bhayji, Falguni Tandel*, Nikita Patel A sensitive HPLC technique with ultraviolet detection (HPLC– UV) was developed and Optimised with DOE approach using BOX-Behnkan Design then validated for the quantitative determination of Bromocriptine mesylate and Metformin HCl. Chromatography was performed on syncronis column C18 (250×4.6 mm i.d., 5 ?m particle size); using a mobile phase composed of methanol: potassium dihydrogen ortho phosphate of pH 4.0 (85:15 v/v) pumped at a flow rate of 1.0 mL/min. The detector was operated at 252nm. The retention times for Bromocriptine mesylate and Metformin HCl were 4.92min and 2.52min respectively. The linearity of Bromocriptine Mesylate and Metformin HCl was within the concentration range of 0.2–1.0 ?g/mL and 12.50 ?g/mL-62.50 ?g/mL with limit of detection 0.031 ?g/mL and 4.22 ?g/mL respectively. The intra-day precision results, expressed by relative standard deviation values, were lower than 0.2572% and 0.574% respectively. The validated method has been successfully applied to the analysis of Bromocriptine mesylate and Metformin HCl in Synthetic Mixture with no interference from the excipients.
Familial Poisoning by Phosphine published in

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Czeslaw Zaba1,4*, Jerzy T. Marcinkowski2, Artur Tezyk1, Pawel Swiderski1, Zbigniew Zaba3, Aleksander Mularski1, Aneta Klimberg2 Lethal intoxications with phosphine belong to rare cases in Poland. Most frequently they involve suicidal intake of metal phospides and accidental intoxications due to gas inhalation. The case of acute intoxication with phosphine in presented, affecting two persons: a 14-month-old child, who died, and the surviving mother. The intoxication took place on a farm and phosphine was released from toxic aluminium phosphide, a component of Quickphos Pellets 56GE preparation, widely used for disinsection of empty facilities for storage of grain and other alimentary products. Autopsy of the 14-month-old child demonstrated cerebral edema and pulmonary edema and excluded other pathology as the cause of death. Toxicological tests demonstrated only elevated levels of phosphorus. The entire clinical pattern of intoxication permitted to conclude that the cause of 14-month-old child’s death involved acute intoxication with phosphine, in the mother a subacute intoxication with phosphine was diagnosed. The survival of the mother and death of her 14-month-old child reflected their very different body weight and distinct resistance to toxic effect of phosphine. Keywords: Phosphine Intoxication, Aluminum Phosphide, Pesticides, Death of a Small Child.
An Image Fusion Method Using DT-CWT and Average Gradient? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
A. M. El Ejaily, F. Eltohamy, M. S. Hamid, G. Ismail? Image fusion is a technique of combining complementary information from multiple images originated from different sources into single fused image. This paper proposes an image fusion method to merge remote sensing satellite images based on Dual-Tree Complex Wavelet Transform (DT-CWT). The Quickbird and Worldview satellite data are used for carrying out the experimental work. The objective and visual results show the superiority of the proposed fusion method over that based on classical discrete wavelet transform (DWT) and other methods based on the DT-CWT.
Antiulcer and spasmogenic potential of ethanolic leaf extract of ziziphus mucronata wild in albino rats. published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

Published by INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING CO
Timothy SY, Emenike IV, Milagawanda HH, Midala TAS Ziziphus mucronata has an extensive ethno-botanical use in many areas and has been used for centuries as medicinal plant. The present study was designed to investigate the phytochemical constituents, spasmogenic and antiulcer potential of the ethanolic leaf extract of the plant. The extract was evaluated in White albino rats for anti-ulcer activity and in rabbit jejunum for spasmogenic properties and was found to be relatively less toxic as it contains alkaloids, carbohydrates, cardiac glycosides, glycosides, phlobatannins, saponins, tannins and terpenoids. The protective effects of ethanolic leaf extract of Ziziphus mucronata in aspirin induced epithelial shedding, frank haemorrhage and ulceration was found to be dose dependent. There was no statistically significant difference in the shedding of gastric epithelium between aspirin and the tested doses of the extract (p>0.05). The activity of the extract at 250 mg/kg (p<0.01) and 500 mg/kg (p<0.001) against haemorrhage was found to be statistically significant. However, the activity of the extract at the highest tested dose (500 mg/kg) was found to be better in protecting the stomach from episodic haemorrhage than omeprazole and misoprostol. Further it was observed that 500, 250 and 125 mg/kg of the ethanolic extract had 75, 50 and 25% protection from gastric ulceration respectively, which justifies the use of Ziziphus mucronata as medicinal plant for centuries.
Studies on Antimicrobial Properties of Vegetable, Fruit & Spice Peels and Shells published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Suvro Saha, ^Uma Ghosh and *John Barnabas The current study examines the extraction and assay of antimicrobial metabolites from peels and shells of vegetables, fruits and spices. Peels and shells are primarily discarded into environment as agro waste, nevertheless in our studies we initiate that these may well be explored for therapeutics, which could be economic, eco-friendly, presumed not to cause side effects as they originate from a natural source and therefore also benefit the waste management. Peels and shells were dried, powdered, followed by extraction with solvents such as acetone, methanol, hot water and cold water. Our findings report the antimicrobial effect of ten peels and shells against six species of bacteria and three species of fungi. The significance of our work also goes to show that all peels and shells except for the orange peels were probably the earliest investigation of this sort to survey such wastes for antimicrobial properties. Our findings demonstrate that, maximum antibacterial and antifungal action were experiential to be found by cold-water extraction of jackfruit against Proteus vulgaris and Aspergillus niger respectively
Profitability Performance Of Dairy Industry in Andhra Pradesh – A Case Study of Kdmpmacu (Vijaya Dairy) Limited - Vijayawada published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. C. Lakshmi Nath, Thunga Subba Rayudu Dairy Industry is highly concentrated industry with the top five sectors constituting the majority of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and National income. This paper is an attempt to evaluate the financial health of the Dairy industry in Andhra Pradesh with the help of some financial ratios and correlation co-efficient. Profitability is the Key measurement of the financial performance of any enterprises which is taken for this study. Measuring current and past profitabilities and projecting future profitabilities is very important. For this purpose, the study of the co-operative sector unit KDMPMACU (Vijaya Dairy) Limited, which is one of the low capital intensive have been conducted.
EVALUATION OF ANTI INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF ALCOHOL AND AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF EPIPHYLLUM OXYPETALUM LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rucha Dandekar*, Bharti Fegade and Arvind Naik Objective: The main objective of the study is to evaluate the anti inflammatory of alcohol and aqueous extract of Epiphyllum oxypetalum leaves. Methods: The study was carried out by using invitro method which included human red blood cell membrane stabilisation and inhibition of protein denaturation method. The animal study was also carried out in albino wistar rats. Results: The percentage inhibition was seen maximum in 300 ?g/ml concentration of alcohol and aqueous extract by using invitro methods where as the percentage inhibition in alcohol and aqueous extract in animal study were found be maximum at 600mg/kg and 200mg/kg respectively. Conclusion: The alcohol extract and aqueous extract of Epiphyllum oxypetalum leaves exhibit anti inflammatory activity.
Bond’s Escalation to Twainian Heights in the Portrayal of Young Minds published in

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Dr. Usha Jain, Rajendra Singh Chouhan It may appear to be an overwhelming task to draw parallel between the American iconic novelist, Mark Twain and the benevolent Indian hill writer, Ruskin Bond of the present time. Yet while reading the short story of Ruskin Bond, it is impossible to ignore the conspicuous undertones of Mark Twain amazing encapsulation of the child demeanor that brings the twain together. Ruskin Bond‘s short stories remind one of Mark Twain who was a master of delineating delicate human relationships. The undertones of Twain’s uncanny observation of child psyche resonate and manifests in the stories of Bond too. The short stories of Ruskin Bond dealing with children are worthy of comparison with the works of Mark Twain as they both exploit the relationship involving children with the same intensity of child’s playful and philosophical level. Bond’s characters are benevolent and tend to compromise where as Twain’s character can be more hostile and uncompromising under the same situation. Bond like Twain enjoys using childish pranks that are mischievous and full of energy. An idyllic snapshot of childhood is the landmark of the works of both, Ruskin Bond and Mark Twain. The characters of Twain and Bond have also strong faith in the oneness of human race. Thus Bond like Twain achieves universality while articulating with accuracy the common characteristics of his child protagonists. Their close observation of children behavior endows their persona with convincing authenticity
METHANOLIC EXTRACTS: ANTI-ATHEROTHROMBOSIS ACTIVITIES published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
C.M. KAMBLE, K.M. SONAWANE AND V.S. PAWAR A field trial conducted at MPKV, Rahuri Post Graduate Institute farm during Kharif under upland condition in Randomized Block Design with three replications and twelve treatments. Paddy genotypes namely PBNR 89 II-6, PBNR 89, II-53, PBNR 90 III-64, PBNR 90 III-4, PBNR 90 II-11, PBNR 90 III-10, PBNR 89 I-3, PBNR 93-9, PBNR 93-4 and varieties Sugandha. (check), Parag (check), Basumati-370 (check) were tested. Significant differences were observed among the genotypes for stem dry matter, leaf dry matter, total dry matter, absolute growth rate, relative growth rate, net assimilation rate, chlorophyll content, harvest index etc. None of genotypes was found to surplus the grain yield than genotypic check Parag and Basumati-370 under upland condition
Design Optimization of Single Axis Thrust Magnetic Bearing Actuator published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Dash S K and Shanti Swarup K Design optimization of Active Magnetic Bearing (AMB) is important from the point of view of reliable and high speed operation. They are widely used in fly wheels, wind generators, high temperature applications, etc. Design and development of large air gap AMB is a challenge, This paper presents the modeling and design optimization of a large air gap AMB using open loop position stiffness. In this work, a goal seeking optimization methodology is employed for double acting AMB system where a combination of higher (CRGO electrical steel) and lower saturating magnetic material (Mu metal) is used. Adaptive Response Surface Method (ARSM) was used as a tool for optimization. A less variant position stiffness across 1500 microns air gap was arrived at after getting optimized design variables constituting geometry and excitation current parameters using above comprehensive optimization method. This investigation opens up a new way to attain position stiffness in AMB system which is less sensitive to positional variation of rotor in air gap.
Astronomical Refraction above Kufa Astronomical observatory published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Mohammed Jaafar AL-Bermani Faeq Abdullah AL-Temimei Abstract : Astronomical refraction addresses ray-bending effects for objects outside the earth’s atmosphere in relation to an observer within the atmosphere. In this paper is a study of the Atmospheric refraction and its effect on the light coming from celestial body by using Astronomic Refraction model above Kufa Astronomical Observatory at different zenith angles and different weather conditions. These weather parameters were collected from the weather link station of the observatory. The results are perfect agreement with other models
Blood and Blood Component Therapy in Obstetrics –A Review published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Deshpande Sonali, Gadappa Shrinivas, Yelikar Kanan Haemorrhage is the leading cause of maternal mortality. This emphasizes the importance of a updating the knowledge about indications for and complications associated with the replacement of blood components .This article provides current information regarding preparation for and administration of blood products and pharmacological strategies for treatment of haemorrhage.
Contract Labour in India: Issues and Challenges published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mr. Nagesh Sawant India is marching towards becoming superpower in the world. To turn into super power, the government has initiated the programmes and opened its market for industries to set up their business. It is known fact that Indian labour market is cheap as compare to other countries. Hence, for industries India became suitable place to open businesses. Moreover, it is painless to engage contract labour without taking much responsibility. Not only the private entities but also the government agencies are also engaging contract labourers. This article tries to portray whether the purpose of the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970 is accomplished or not and what are the issues and challenges for contract labour in India.
PENEMUAN HUKUM IN CONCRETO DALAM KEBEBASAN BERAGAMA DAN BERKEYAKINAN published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Alef Musyahadah Rahmah dan Tedi Sudrajat The implementation of freedom of religion and beliefs have many problems. it can be recognize by many regulation that not synchronized. Based on the research, to find in concreto’ law, researcher using the general principle’s of legal drafting. Lex superior derograt legi inferiori between article 28-29 UUD 1945 with Law No.1 Year 1965 jo Law No.5 Year 1969, Lex Specialist derograt legi generali between Law No.39 Year 1999 jo Law No.12 Year 2005 with Law No.1 Year 1965 jo Law No.5 Year 1969, and Lex posterior degograt legi priori between Law No.39 Year 1999 jo Law No.12 Year 2005 with Law No.1 Year 1965 jo Law No.5 Year 1969. Kata kunci: Hukum in Concreto, Asas-asas umum peraturan oerundang-undangan dan kebebasan beragama dan berkeyakinan
AROMATHERAPY AS COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE-SYSTEMATIC REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ravindra N. Kamble*, Piyush P. Mehta, Vaibhav M. Shinde Aromatherapy is truly holistic therapy taking in to account mind, body and spirit. It can provide a useful and most popular complementary medical service both in healthcare and in private practice too. Aromatherapy and Aromatology can bring real complementary help to many patients, and hence it is come under the one of the „Complementary? therapies. Essential oils are pivotal materials in aromatherapy which are usually combine with the Carrier oils. Aroma hand massage, Aromatherapy with light Thai massage, Selfaromatherapy massage, aromasticks, the “m” technique®, Aromatherapy acupressure and other methods are present which give the effective results. Aromatherapy massage seems to be a helpful, non pharmacological and pharmacological method that exerts positive effects. By knowing this scenario following review was frame out which consolidates different reported activities of aromatherapy.
A SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF MANGANSESE (II) WITH RESACETOPHENONE GUANYLHYDRAZONE (RAG) published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
V.A. Divate, P.S.Manoli* and S.R.Dhongade In present work we report here a new simple effective spectrophotometric method for the determination of Manganese(II) with Res-acetophenone guanylhydrazone [RAG]. A standard procedure of the absorption spectra of the reagent and the complex is recommended. The absorbance measurements are carried out at 410 nm [Molar extinction co-efficient is 0.7604 x 104 lit. mole cm-1] at pH 8.9. Beer’s law is valid up to 10.0 ppm. Sandell’s sensitivity of the method is 0.0616 ?g/cm2. The Job’s variation and mole ratio method show that the composition of Mn(II) RAG complex is 1:2. The instability constant is 1.378x10-11. The method is applied for the determination of manganese in mild steel, tea leaves and coffee powder.
Social Support: A Way for Sound Mental Health published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mahadevi Waddar, Supriya Fernandes, Tanya Keni Mother plays an important role in raising a child to adulthood and equipping that child with the necessary skills and social support to enter successfully into society (Spoth and Conroy, 1993). In view of this the present study is conducted to study the impact of social support on mental health among students of working and non-working mothers. Perceived Social Support Scales and Mental Health Inventory-5 (MHI-5) are administered on sample of 120 undergraduate students. The results revealed that, students of working and non-working mothers with high and low social support differ significantly in their mental well-being.
A Study of Moral Judgement of Ninth Standard Students With Gender, Management and Region published in

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Dr. S. S. Moses Isaiah Morality, which consists of certain dos and don’ts, depends on the existence of a large area of agreement in respect of moral principles or rules in conformity with customs or usual popular standards of morality. The main objective of the present study is to study the influence of gender, management and regionon the moral judgement of ninth standard students. Moral judgementquestionnaire developed by Srinivasa Rao, R., Dayakara Reddy, V and Geethanath, P. S (1987) was adopted. A sample of 900Ninth standard students representing all categories of schools in selected Districts of Andhra Pradesh by following the standardized procedures. Factorial design was employed for analysis of the data. There is significant influence of Management, Region, Gender Vs Management, and Management Vs Region at 0.01 level and Gender Vs Region at 0.05 level of significance on the moral judgement of ninth standard students.
Different Types of Meditation Techniques and Their Health Benefits (Review) published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr Sanjay Sharma different types of meditation techniques have been given by different spiritual Gurus. Different studies have revealed that meditation has positive effect on brain. Also it is beneficial for physical health, illness and possibly well-being, strengthening the Assessment Center, weakening the unhelpful aspects of the Ego Center. However to maintain ecstatic state of mind one has to keep meditating daily.
Seasonal Changes on Heavy Metal Contamination in the Water Samples of Selected Temple Tanks in Kanyakumari District, South India published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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1P. Maria Pushpam*, 2 V. Umayoru Bhagan and 3 G. Immanuel The objective of the present study is to reveal the seasonal variation on heavy metal contamination in the water samples of selected temple tanks of Kanyakumari District, Tamil Nadu, South India. To get the extent of heavy metal contamination, water samples were periodically collected from ten different temple tanks every month for a period of one year (January 2009 to December 2009). The collected water samples were immediately acid digested in the laboratory and the concentration of the heavy metals such as iron, copper, zinc, manganese and lead were determined using Atomic Absorption Spectrometer. The data obtained in every month were pooled and presented as seasonal data viz., premonsoon, South-West monsoon and North-East monsoon. The maximum mean concentration of iron (0.463ppm), copper (0.105ppm) and lead (0.221ppm) were observed during premonsoon season. But zinc (0.026ppm) and manganese (0.091ppm) exhibited their maximum value during North-East monsoon season. All the trace metals possess concentration above the permissible limit of IS: 10500 – 1991 and WHO, except zinc and manganese during the study period. The concentration of the metals followed with the sequence: iron > lead > copper > manganese > zinc.
Dental caries awareness and prevalence among population of health centers of Mahail city ,saudia arabia, 2013 published in

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Dr. Osama Abuelgasimmohamed, Dr. Abd Elhameed Hassan Elmoubarak, Dr. Iglal Bashir Nasir, Dr. Faisal Awad Ibrahim Objectives: The purpose of the present study was to 1/ To assess dental caries knowledge, attitudes and practices among Mahail city (saudia Arabia) health centers population. 2/To determine dental caries prevalence among health centers population . .Methods: Population (N=500) selected randomly and requested to complete self-administered questionnaire. The questionnaire consisted of questions about the demographic details of the persons, knowledges and practices of the participants to prevent dental caries by the following four methods: tooth brushing, sugar reduction, dental education and dental clinic visits. In addition, participants' knowledge of fluoride and fissure sealants was assessed.Also across-section study was carried out.Three health centers (out of 22 health centers ) selected randomly . A sample of 1613 of population , were examined for the prevalence of dental caries. The sample selected randomly.(927) urban and (686) rural..Males were (866) and (746) females .Caries was recorded according to the criteria described by WHO Oral Health Survey's Basic Oral Health Assessment Methods.. Results and Discussion: There was no significant difference between population practices in the four different preventive methods (tooth brushing,sugar reduction,dental visits and dental education) (p=<0.5). For participants knowledge of different preventive measures for dental caries only gender variable showed significant different (p=0.000188). Participants (59.8%) hear about fluoride . Proportion of participants knew about the fissure sealant (54.4%) . (40.8%) accepted the effectiveness of sealants in preventing dental caries and (27.2%) recognized the importance of sealants to permanent teeth . In addition, (43.8%) agreed that both fluoride and sealants could prevent caries in most teeth . Only (35.2%) know that fluoride is an essential nutrient for bone and teeth . However, (65.4%) agreed that fluoride makes teeth more resistant to caries while (41%) knew that fluoride can reverse cavities . Significant Caries (SiC) Index ( Decay.Missed and Filled Tooth Index of higher third of prevalence) founded to be (7,02) (WHO recommendation <3) and Caries free(DMFT= 0 ) (10,11%). The overall prevalence of dental caries DMFT mean(Decay.Missed and Filled Tooth Index) was (5.03 ) (WHO recommendation <1.5) . DMFT Mean showed significant diffrerences between urban and rural location (p=0.0003 ). For urban ( 4,83) and (5,29) for rural .Differences between males and females of no sinificancy (p=0.95 ) .DMFT for males founded (5,1) and( 4,95) for females apprroxmately. For the different age groups(P=1.74) of no significant . Conclusion: 1/ Dental caies knowledge, attitude and practice of the population have a major role in prevention of dental caries. 2/ Significant Caries(SiC) founded to be (7,02) (WHO recommendation <3). 3/ Caries free (10,11%). 4/ The overall prevalence of dental caries DMFT mean was (5.03 ) (WHO recommendation <1.5) . 5/ Characterizing dental caries as a pandemic, focused attention on caries as a highly prevalent disease around the globe and has profound individual and societal significance consequences because of its often severe, though non-fatal.
PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR LARGE FAMILIES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Yermek Abiltayevich Buribayev; Zhanna Amangeldinovna Khamzina; Zhambyl Kyluetovich Oryntayev The relevance of the research issue is conditioned by state and society’ being interested in provision of social support to large families, especially with regard to addressing the problems of poverty. There had been made conclusions that we need a complex state approach, development of a special State Program on supporting large families; the concept of having many children shall be revised. It was proposed to consider as large families only those families, in which there are three or more minor children. There were justified statements on insufficiency of the existing norms and measures of large families’ social safety net. It was proposed to increase the level of their social security up to the minimum wage.
FDI in India- an overview of Changing Paradigm published in

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Dr. A. Kumar, Dr. Saroj Vats When J L Nehru gave a concept of mixed economy to India nobody has ever think of that one day or other India will march past for capital economy initiatives. Today most of the countries suffer from low level of income and low level of capital accumulation. Actually for a under developed country it is very difficult to live of its own when the whole world is coming near to fulfill the need of world economies. Development in both, the investing countries as well as host countries leads to the flow of foreign direct investment. This research paper talks about the impact of FDI in top most countries in world. This paper analyzes the approval and actual investment flow in different industries which is made to know the impact of FDI in India over a long time period of 15 years! In this paper we will try to find out, Where there is a wave in opposition of FDI now a days, so whether the hypothesis made by different political parties are up to the mark or not. The present study analyses to capture the determents of FDI in India with the results of year 1996 to 2011 that how it is affecting the Indian economy. Government of India has given ascent for FDI in different sectors of economy in indirectly and according the results has been achieved. Very recently the retails sector has also been opened up which generated sufficient controversies. This is the first time when FDI is touching grass root of a social sector. This paper also will try to have an answer whether opening of retails sector will boost the economy positively???
LITERARY MATTER IN MODERN POETRY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gulnoza Bobobekova The paper deals with the literary matter in modern rhyme and its imaginary problems, and also illuminated the formal and essential changes peculiarities of poetry are studied.
Knowledge gain of women weavers on diversified carpet products published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SAROJ BALA, PARVEEN PUNIA, KRISHNA KHAMBRA AND VIVEK SINGH The present study was conducted to impart knowledge regarding on diversified carpet products of carpet materials to rural women weavers. For this purpose,50 rural weavers from four different villages in Hisar-1 block (Kaimri, Dabra, Nalwa and Balawas) were selected to impart training to create awareness regarding type of carpet products that can be made from carpet materials and need for improvement in existing designs. The knowledge related to use of carpet materials for making different diversified products by using different handmade techniques was imparted to these women by organizing five days training in each village. The information regarding training aspects was studied through interview schedule. Reasons for attending training and gain in knowledge of the trainees after training were studied. The finding revealed that ‘to learn something new’ was the most preferred reason for attending training as it got rank 1st (3.00) followed by ‘to develop confidence in making such products’, ranked II (2.85), ‘preparing diversified carpet products is the best way to utilize carpet materials and unused textiles’ ranked III (2.72). The tvalues were found significant for all parameters of training which indicated that weavers gained sufficient knowledge. Parameters like carpet materials can be used to make diversified carpet products, making different creative carpet products, manufacturing techniques i.e. hand tufting, hand knotting, flat weaving, hand embroidery, combination of flat weaving and hand knotting and diversification of available carpet materials was found to be significant. All the type of embellishment materials that is lace, ribbon, colored thread and sequins work, piping were found significant at 5 per cent level of significance
EFFECT OF VARIOUS PROCESS PARAMETERS ON MATERIAL REMOVAL RATE ON MILD STEEL IN ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Charan Shivesh*, Gaurav Soni, Surjeet Singh, Abhishant Sharma Electrochemical Machining (ECM) is a modern machining process based on the principle of electrolysis and hence it is generally termed as the reverse process of electropla ting. Having very good characteristic’s such as almost no tool wear, highly accurate machining, lesser thermal and mechanical stresses on workpiece makes this process beneficial than other modern machining processes. But still there are various process pa rameters that affects material removal rate. Keeping this in view, the present work has been undertaken to investigate the material removal rate by controlled anodic dissolution at atomic level of the electrically conductive work - piece with a hollow cylin drical copper electrode, stainless steel electrode and aluminium electrode. Mild Steel is taken as workpiece. Experiments were carried out to study the influence of machining parameters such as Electrolyte concentrations, current density and electrodes.
Inauthentic Involvement of Chandran: A Study of R.K. Narayan’s The Bachelor of Arts published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Tanu Gupta, Mr. Gulab Singh Walia The present paper aims at depicting inauthentic involvement of Chandran, the protagonist in The Bachelor of Arts. It discusses his inauthentic involvement with college professors and his friends. Then he falls in love with a girl named Malathi but this involvement proves inauthentic as Chandran fails to ignore Malgudian traditions. He has to embark on a journey as a sanyasi. In the end, his eagerness for marriage partner Susila shows that all his learning during the journey is inauthentic as he soon forgets the lesson learnt.
A Review on the Role of Big Data in Business? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Jafar Raza Alam, Asma Sajid, Ramzan Talib, Muneeb Niaz? Big data is a game changing thing. Successful organizations are achieving business advantages by analyzing big data. It has received significant attention in recent years but some challenges are one of the major causes in diminishing the growth of organizations. The main issues why these organizations are not begin their planning stage to implement the big data strategy because they don’t know enough about the big data and they don’t understand the benefits of big data. In this study, an attempt is made to review the role of big data in the business.
Determination of Antibacterial Activity of Datura Inoxia Against Xanthomonas Campestris Pv. Mangiferaeindicae published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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B. T. Pawar, G. M. Waghmare Mango bacterial canker disease (MBCD) caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. mangiferaeindicae (Xcmi) is one of the important diseases of mango affecting a number of commercial cultivars. Leaf extract of D. inoxia was screened for its antibacterial activity against 25 strains of Xcmi collected from different parts of Maharashtra. The in-vitro studies have been performed by using cup-plate method to examine the activity. All experiments were repeated for four times (Experiment A, B, C & D). The maximum activity was recorded against Xcmi.15 (Mean activity zone – 19.69 mm) followed by Xcmi.09 (Mean activity zone – 19.65 mm) and comparatively minimum activity was recorded against Xcmi.02 (Mean activity zone – 16.56 mm). The ultimate aim of the research work was to develop economically and technically viable field formulations for the farmers, which will be Bio-ecologically compatible for management of plant bacterial diseases.
Technological Innovations in Methods of Training [Online Training: Impact and Issues for Organizations] published in

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Dr. Amita Maxwell Technology is constantly improving and way of doing things has tremendously changed. Technology is naturally enough a significant part of the change scenario. Starting from Computer Aided learning/Computer Based learning/Programmed Instructor (PI) the latest development or shift in paradigm has been towards online learning/training called by various other names like web based training/ E learning which applies to the area of training in organizations. The introduction and continued development of various technological advances have influenced a philosophical change in learning and training. Online training is still in a stage of infancy; nevertheless its potential to deliver tangible benefits to organization is being tested by organizations worldwide. The present paper aims at understanding the concept of online training, issues involved in online training and its strategic use in delivering training with effectiveness, driving competitive advantage to companies, and the benefits which accrue to the company adapting online training over traditional methods of training. With the need to stay competitive globally, companies need to keep employees update and this is possible only with online training. The cost-effectiveness and time savings with online training are the most prominent factors tilting companies towards online training method. Hence we find companies shifting from traditional training towards “online training” to train or re skill their workforce.
Survey on Clinical Decision Support System for Diagnosing Heart Disease? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Suchithra, Dr. P. Uma Maheswari? Ischemic Heart Disease is a disease which is difficult to diagnose and is vey commonly identified only during the mortality of an individual. The World Health Organization (WHO)[12] statistical report state that more than 70 per cent of coronary deaths occur with subjects older than 70 years in North America and Western Europe. As per WHO reports in India and other developing countries 70 per cent deaths occur in subjects less than 70 years of age. Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is an epidemic in India. A retrospective data set that included 1000 clinical cases is taken for the work. 88 sets were discarded during preprocessing. Tests were run on 912 cases using weka classifiers[5] available in weka 3.7.0. Out of 113 classifiers, 16 classifiers are identified to be the best based on different parameters sensitivity, specificity, accuracy, F-measure, kappa statistic, correctly classified cases, time taken to run the model and ROC curve. The diagnoses made by Clinical decision Support System(CDSS)[1][6][9] were compared with those made by physicians during patient consultations. The major goal of this paper is to build an expert system for diagnosing the presence of Ischemic Heart Disease with an integrated automated classifier using Artificial Intelligence techniques.
Prevalence and Impact of Subclinical Hypothyroidism on Pregnancy- Prospective study From Apex Institute of North India published in

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Dr Neelam Aggarwal, Dr Vanita Suri, Dr Bharti Joshi, Dr Pinaki Dutta, Dr Anil Bhansali, Dr kanya Mukhopadhyay Subclinical hypothyroidism is one end of the spectrum of thyroid disorders with reported incidence of 2-5%. The data on prevalence and impact of subclinical hypothyroidism on pregnancy is restricted from north India; therefore we prospectively evaluated cohort of 1791 pregnant women for thyroid dysfunctions in apex institute of north India. Some important findings in this prospective analysis were 1) high prevalence of subclinical hypothyroidism (10.9%) in pregnancy and 59 % of these women had autoimmunity as cause of hypothyroidism. 2) Subclinical hypothyroidism was associated with significant increase in the rate of cesarean section (p=0.001) and neonates born to these women had lower birth weight as compared to neonates of euthyriod women which was statistically significant (p=0.002). Conclusion: Subclinical hypothyroidism has high prevalence in pregnancy in India and is associated with adverse maternal and fetal outcomes
LIPOIDAL COMPOSITION AND BIOACTIVITY OF LEAVES AND BARKS OF SWIETENIA MAHOGANI AND SWIETENIA MACROPHYLLA GROWN IN EGYPT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Ola Mohamed Mousa*, Marwa Yousry Issa, Hesham Ibrahim El-Askary, Soheir Mohamed El Zalabani and Amani A. Sleem Ethanol (90%) extractives of leaves and stem barks of Swietenia mahogani and Swietenia macrophylla were fractionated and comparatively examined regarding yield, lipoidal composition and bioactivity. Bark ethanol extractives were obtained in higher amounts than those of leaves. Lipoids were detected in the petroleum ether and chloroform-soluble fractions of ethanol extracts. Unsaponifiable lipoids (USL) and fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) of petroleum ether extracts were analyzed by GC/FID. Despite close qualitative similarity, GC profiles revealed quantitative variability. Relative percentage of identified phytosterols in S. macrophylla samples exceeded that in S. mahogani with prevalence of ?-Sitosterol; meanwile n-Tricosane was the predominant hydrocarbon in all tested samples. Three known lipoids were isolated from S. macrophylla bark: n-nonacosane and ?-sitosterol from the petroleum ether fraction of its ethanol (90%) extract and ?-sitosterol-3-O-?-D-glucoside from the chloroform fraction. Identification of isolated compounds was through physicochemical, chromatographic and spectral data. S. macrophylla ethanol extracts were found more efficient as cytotoxic against the in vitrotested human cancer cell lines (liver, HEPG2; colon, HCT116 and brain, U251) with best efficiency exhibited on HCT116. Determined LD50 s demonstrated the safety of all extracts in the range of the orally given doses. Prolonged administration of all extracts significantly decreased the level of liver enzymes in CCl 4 -intoxicated rats indicating a hepatoprotective activity. A moderate antipyretic effect was exerted by extracts of leaves only; and none of the samples exhibited significant anti-inflammatory effect. The highest potency was, in most cases, observed for S. mahogani leaves extract particularly as antiulcer, antioxidant and hepatoprotective.
Illuminating the Life by the Ways of Mega living published in

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Dr. Shalini Sharma Life is glorious, full of excitement, thrills and happiness but it’s we people who convert it into disappointment, dissatisfaction and sorrows. It depends on the deeds of human beings that in which direction, they are leading their life. Life is boon to human being so at first try to feel its inward divine glory himself and then scatter the element of happiness everywhere in society and then in world . It’s not magic; it can be possible by following the suggestions of Robin Sharma.
A Study of Performance of Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) Software Users in Pharmaceutical Industry published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Aviansh Desai To study the performance of users of material requirement planning software in pharmaceutical industry a survey was conducted under the topic “A Study of Performance of Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) Software Users in Pharmaceutical Industry”. Purpose of the study is to know how MRP software helps to improve job function, helps to improve organization’s performance and Overall confidence/satisfaction of users. Structured questionnaires were developed to collect primary information.
Self-Assembled Microwires of Aromatic Acids and Melamine published in

International Journal of Nano Studies & Technology (IJNST)

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Hai-Feng Ji Self-assembled micro/nanowires of melamine and seveal aromatic acids, including thiocyanuric acid, trimesic acid, terephthalic acid, and 5-sulfoisophthalic acid, are formed through evaporation of water in a solution mixture of acids and melamine. These self assemblies show crystalline structures. Except for microwires of 5-sulfoisophthalic acid and melamine, other microwires are semiconductors. They may be used for sensors, catalyst, optoelectronics, etc. Keywords: Nanowires; Microwires; Self-Assembly; Aromatic Acid; Melamine.
Quantitative proteomic analysis of differentially expressed proteins in A?(17-42) treated synaptosomes published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Jaffer Mohammed, Joseph T. Johnson, Rukhsana Sultana, Joshua B. Owen, Tanea T. Reed* Oxidative stress has been associated in the pathogenesis of numerous diseases such as various neurodegenerative disorders, ischemia, and cancer. The brain is susceptible to oxidative stress due to its high content of peroxidizable unsaturated fatty acids, high consumption of oxygen, and elevated levels of free radicals. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) can react with biomolecules such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, DNA, and RNA, which can lead to oxidative damage, cellular dysfunction, and ultimately cell death. Down syndrome (DS) is caused by trisomy of chromosome 21, a genetic abnormality in which an extra copy of the chromosome is present. DS patients have extensive deposition of A?(17-42) peptide, which could contribute to their increased rate of developing Alzheimer’s disease (AD), which is consistent with current research. Since AD cannot be properly diagnosed until autopsy, development of a novel Down syndrome model using A?(17-42) could be beneficial in determining oxidative stress levels and their relationship to mild cognitive impairment (MCI), the earliest form of AD. This work will demonstrate the use of a novel Down Syndrome model and its correlation to oxidative stress. We have found a significant difference between oxidative stress levels in A?(17-42) treated synaptosomes and control. By using proteomics, we have also identified several biomarkers including aldehyde dehydrogenase, aldolase, ?-enolase, heat shock cognate 71, peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase, and ATP synthase ? chain. Our present findings suggest the role of A?(17-42) as one of the contributing factors in mediating oxidative stress in DS and AD brain leading to neurodegeneration. This novel DS model may have potential applications as a diagnostic tool to identify biomarkers that may contribute to Alzheimer’s disease.
Results of Posterior Occipito-Cervical Decompression and Fusion in Case of Basilar Invagination : A Case Series. published in

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Dr. Ruchir Patel, Dr. Anil Solanki, Dr. Hardik R. Suthar, Dr. Ankit Patel, Dr. Apoorva Acharya Craniovertebral junction anomalies are vary in severity from gross failure of development, incompatible with life, discovered by chance of no practical significance.Traumatic dislocation or fracture increased in frequency due to RTA or increased outdoor activity. 20 patients of various age group diagnosed case of basilar invagination were taken for study purpose. Operated by decompression & fixed with occipito cervical plate or loop and fusion with autogenous bone graft. Regular 2 month follow up examination were done and all were assessed using Ranawat ,Nurick and mJOAscore and various radiological lines.Good to excellent results can be achieved by surgical treatment in properly selected patients with good surgical technique and long term follow up examination.
Voltage Collapse Proximity Indicator based Placement and Sizing of Static VAR Compensator using BAT Algorithm to Improve Power System Performance published in

Bonfring International Journal of Power Systems and Integrated Circuits

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Sujatha Subhash, B.N. Sarkar and K.R. Padiyar Thyristor Controlled Series Compensators (TCSC) is the fi rst FACTS controller under the new generation to have reached mature stage of development. The importance of adding series capacitor to ac transmission lines for increasing line load-ability is known for a long time. But the potential risk of SSR oscillations had made it undesirable to widely use them in the system. Adding a thyristor controlled series compensator Laresen et al (1) is however a fairly recent phenomenon and provides greater fl exibility in power transmission, There are several advantages in using TCSC and reducing the torsional oscillations caused by SSR is one among them. A novel discrete control strategy to mitigate SSR oscillations is proposed for TCSC having discrete type of control over compensation level, since it behaves like a conventional series compensation under normal conditions. The control strategy is based on the Phase unbalance concept and is simple and easy to implement in the hardware. The concept of Phase unbalance originally proposed by A.Edris (2) is described followed by theoretical analysis to support the design for practical implementation. An expression for the damping torque coeffi cient is given, which is useful to assess the damping effectiveness quantitatively, over a wide variety of system operating conditions and for arriving at an optimal design. Extension of this concept to TCSC with discrete control is subsequently explained
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF AEROBIC BACTERIAL ISOLATES OF PROTEUS MIRABILIS FROM SICK LAYER CHICKENS INFECTED WITH SEPTICAEMIA AND SALPINGITIS IN AJMER REGION OF RAJASTHAN published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Tripti Dadheech1*, Reena Vyas1 and Vijaylatha Rastogi2 Poultry is a rampantly expanding agro-industry in India. Several studies have detected multidrug resistance (MDR) Proteus mirabilis from poultry meat globally; however, no similar data was available for poultry samples in Ajmer region of Rajasthan, India. Infection of Proteus mirabilis was incriminated as the cause of septicaemia and salpingitis. Antibacterial susceptibility of Proteus mirabilis in 12 sick layer chickens in 4 randomly selected farms in Ajmer region of Rajasthan was studied. A total of 24 tissue samples consisting of 12 small intestine and 12 large intestine samples from the birds were cultured and isolates were characterized using standard culture method and biochemical tests respectively. This was followed by antibacterial susceptibility test for the species identified using Bauer- Kirby disc diffusion method. Six Proteus mirabilis isolates were isolated from 3 (25%) of the 12 birds sampled. Antibiograms revealed a high level of resistance to tetracycline (100%). All isolates were susceptible to amikacin, ampicillin, amoxy clav, aztreonam, cefepime, cefezime, cefotaxime, cefopodoxime, ceftazidime, ceftriaxone, cefazolin, chloramphenicol, ciprofloxacin, cotrimoxazole, cefoxitin, gentamicin, imipenem, netilmicin and ofloxacin. All the tested species were sensitive to gentamicin. Multidrug resistance to 2 or more antibacterial agents was observed 0% for the species tested i.e. P. mirabilis, which showed resistance to only one antibiotic i.e. tetracycline. The Multiple Antibiotic Resistance (MAR) index of P. mirabilis was found to be 0.12, which is very low.
Correlation between fasting insulin and blood pressure in obese and non-obese middle aged Indian adults published in

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Dr.Raja ReddyP, Dr. Lakshmaiah V, Dr. Karthiyanee Kutty, Dr. Madhavi ReddyM A total of two eighty seven individual adults attending to medicine outpatient department, with age group of 35-50 years were included in the study.Anthropometric and biochemical parameters were evaluated by standard procedures. Statistical analysis was established.Significant systolic blood pressure (SBP) (p<0.003) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) (p<0.044) were observed with BMI variations. The observed anthropometric parameters like weight (p<0.001), height (p<0.003), WC (0.001), HC (0.001) were found highly significant with BMI classification. Fasting insulin levels were found highly significantwas positively correlated with diastolic blood pressure (p< 0.046) of BMI <25 kg/m2.The highly significant serum total cholesterol (P<0.002) and triglycerides (p<0.034) were observed with BMI variations. There were no significant difference observed for HDL-cholesterol (p<0.641) and LDL-cholesterol (P<0.062) with BMI variations. However VLDL (p< 0.034) showed highly significant with BMI variations. Strong correlation was observed between fasting insulin and blood pressure in obese subjects.
ADVANTAGEOUS INTERNET ACCESS CHART BY UTILIZING "IMODE" TECHNOLOGY published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

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Aruna Rai Vadde*1 Ginbar Ensermu2 The imode is the NTT Docomo's new Internet access framework. It is a progressed shrewd informing administration for computerized cell telephones and other portable terminals that will permit us to see Internet content in uncommon content arrangement on exceptional imode-empowered cellular telephones. Empowering data access from handheld gadgets obliges a profound understanding of both specialized and business sector issues that are extraordinary to the remote environment. The imode detail was created by the business' best personalities to address these issues. Remote gadgets speak to a definitive compelled registering gadget with restricted CPU, memory and battery life and a basic client interface Wireless systems are obliged by low transfer speed, high inactivity and erratic accessibility and strength. The imode determination addresses these issues by utilizing the best of existing benchmarks and creating new augmentations when required. The imode arrangement influences the enormous interest in web servers, web improvement instruments, web developers and web applications while taking care of the novel issues connected with the remote area. The determination guarantees that this arrangement is quick, dependable and secure. The imode determination is created and backed by the remote telecom group so that the whole business and its endorsers can advantage from a solitary, open particular.
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SOLAR THERMAL EVACUATED TUBE COLLECTOR USING DIFFERENT NANOFLUIDS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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, P. Sreekala, Bobin K. Mathew Energy use and energy security are greatly interrelated and corresponds to a major concern in the Indian energy sector. Renewable energy sector occupies an inevitable role in the sustainable development technologies in which the needs of the present generation are met without compromising the ability of the future generation to meet their own needs. Drastically increasing energy demand and environmental issues have motivated many international researchers for searching an alternative option to fulfill the future energy demand. In such a case, solar energy appears as the most attractive option due to its abundance and clean feature. Nowadays, solar thermal technologies are the most popular due to ease of application, high conversion factors and economic viability. The performance of solar thermal technology is dependent on certain factors such as nanofluids, solar radiation, collector tilt etc. The system efficiency depends on temperature of the different nanofluids used. Hence their performance analysis also holds greater importance in this context. In this paper, a performance analysis on the evacuated tube solar collector system with different nanofluids is being illustrated. The simulation of the same system is done with software named TRNSYS.
NEW FINE-GRAINED UPDATES APPROACH FOR PUBLIC AUDITING DATA PRIVACY IN BIG DATA published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Sakshi Kasat, Dhawnit Thadhani, Manali Kolekar, Shreya Gudsurkar New concept in Information Technology is Cloud Computing, as it provides various scalable and elastic Information Technology services in pay-as-you-use basis, where the customers of cloud can reduce huge capital investments involved in IT infrastructure. Big data is an evolving term that describes any voluminous amount of structured, semi-structured andunstructured data, Cloud storage service is the cloud serviceswhich can provide a huge storage space to solve the bottleneck of the storage space of local end users, when the verification is done by a trusted third party, this verification process is also called data auditing and this third party is called an auditor, Compared to usersof conventional systems, cloud users need to surrender the local control of their datato cloud servers. Anotherchallenge for big data is the data dynamism which exists inmost big data applications. Due to the frequent updates, efficiency becomes a major issue in data management. As security always brings compromises in efficiency, it isdifficult but nonetheless important to investigate how to efficiently address securitychallenges over dynamic cloud data. Drawbacks First, a necessary authorization/authenticationprocess is missing between the auditor and cloud service provider, Second, although someof the recent work based on BLS signature can already support fully dynamic data updates over fixed-size data blocks, they onlysupport updates with fixed-sized blocks as basic unit, which we call coarse-grained updates.solutionsinevitably introduce a heavy computation overhead on the dataowner for key distribution and data management when fine grained data access control is desired.
Co-Integration Analysis of Relationship between Institutional Finance and Entrepreneurial Development in Karnataka published in

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Premakumara GS, Mahadevappa M.M. There have been wide opportunities in Karnataka for business and entrepreneurial activities. The government of Karnataka has set-up an exclusive institution namely, Karnataka State Finance Corporation to promote entrepreneurial and developmental activities by providing necessary finance. The present paper exhibit the relationship between institutional finance and industrial development in Karnataka. With the help of co-integration analysis we have attempted to find the long-run stable relationship between institutional finance and industrial development. It has been found from the co-integration analysis that the institutional finance has long-run stable relationship with gross capital formation, employment, index of consumer goods, index of consumer durables and index of capital goods. Hence, there has been strong relationship between institutional finance and entrepreneurship development, but, insufficient to promote entrepreneurial development. Therefore, there is dire need to strengthen KSFC and institutional finance for effective entrepreneurial development.
NATURAL POLYMER BASED DETERGENTS FOR STAIN REMOVAL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Anu Keshwani, Bhanu Malhotra, Dr.Harsha Kharkwal* The detergent formulations used in the present century generally consist of surface-active agents, builders, co-builders, bleaching agents, and some specific additives used for effective cleaning benefits. Enzymes are widely researched in detergents as a principal component since they are stable at high pH and temperature and remove the hard stains of proteins and lipids as they convert the complex stains into smaller and easily water-soluble fragments. Recent developments in the advent of natural polymer based detergents have led to a cutting edge research in the detergent industry. Specialty polymers for different detergent formulations are reviewed in the article. Emphasis these days is on the natural polymer based detergents over traditional synthetic ones with respect to their better cleaning properties, improved performance, lowering of washing temperatures and the alleviation of pollution.
Formulation and in-vitro Evaluation of orodispersible Tablets of Lansoprazole published in

Journal of Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Biological Sciences

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Lansoprazole a proton pump inhibitor used in the short term treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcer, reflux esophagitis, structuring and erosive esophagitis. The ulcer is an acute condition and requires an immediate treatment. An Orodispersible tablet disperses readily in saliva and the drug is available in solution or suspension form for the immediate absorption and resulting in rapid onset of action. In the present research work Lansoprazole orodispersible tablets were prepared by direct compression method using varying concentrations of Croscarmellose sodium, Sodium Starch Glycolate, Crospovidone as superdisintegrants. The formulations prepared were evaluated for various parameters like, hardness, weight variation, Friability, in vitro dispersion time, water absorption ratio, drug content uniformity and in vitro drug release. The tablets prepared were dispersed in the range of 8.3±0.6-23.7±1.5seconds, the water absorption ratio was 24.9±4.2-186.8±3.2% and the drug was uniformly dispersed in all the formulations in the range of 95.6±0.4-102.5±0.8%. Among the formulation prepared the tablet containing 7.5% of Crospovidone 99.736±0.763% of the drug within 18 min. The overall result indicated that the formulation F6 containing Crospovidone 7.5% is better and fulfilling of the needs of the orodispersible tablets. Anirudha V. Munde, Vilas P. Bharti, Vinayta R. Attal, Sanjay K. Bais
Amblyopia In Children 3-9 Years Old, With Refractive Anomalies During 2010-2011 In Prishtina published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

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Shoshi MH, Shoshi A, Agim X, Fitore S, Fjolla S, Flaka S Background. Vision screening in schools has a long history, the reason of which was and continues to be, the treatment of refractive anomalies. Early detection of vision problems has many advantages in education and in everyday life. Aim of the study. The screening of the refractive anomalies in pre-school and school age children (3-9 years), in the city of Pristina aimed the determination of the prevalence of refractive anomalies. Materials and method. This is a transversal project – cross sectional, which has been conducted during 2010-2011. For the data collection we have designed a special questionnaire/form. We have selected the city of Prishtina for this work, Since the study was a zonal type of study, we have selected the city of Prishtina for this work. Our research included 1027 children of age 3-9 years old. Results. The prevalence of the eye refractive anomalies in children of age 3-9 years old results to be 11.7%, with variability from 9.7% to 13.7%, for 95% accuracy. In children of age 3-9 years old, myopia was encountered in 3.4% (or 34/103) of the cases , with variations from 2.3% up to 4.5%; hyperopia was found in 3.8% with variations from 2.6% up to 5.0%; astigmatism in 4.5%, with variations from 3.2% up to 5.8%, without significant differences based on age or gender. Conclusions. After a thorough analysis of the results, we came to the conclusion that screening of the refractive anomalies in children of age 3-9 years old is very important since their prevalence is apparent. Key words: screening, refractive anomalies, children 3-9 years old, Prishtina.
Interallelic Polymorhisms of Three Different Blocks of the C- and N-Terminal of PfMSP-1 ( Plasmodium falciparum Merozoit Surface Protein 1) 2, 4 &17 from Field Isolates in South-East of Iran published in

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A Ebrahimzadeh, Tdavoodi, Pebrahimzadeh Malaria is still a public health problem in Iran as an endemic area. Many malarial proteins have been proposed for use as a vaccine candidate antigen, but merozoite surface protein-1, Plasmodium falciparum (PfMSP-1) is the most used. It is a 180-200 kDa glycoprotein with 17 blocks from N- to C-terminal, some variable, some semi and some constant. The present study was aimed at analysing interallelic polymorphisms of MSP-1, blocks 2 , 4 ( N-terminal) and 17 (C-terminal) of three different regions, of MSP-1 gene among Plasmodium falciparum field isolates in southeast Iran. A total of 94 P. falciparum patients , were included in this descriptive cross-sectional survey. Blood samples were collected from March 2011 to September 2013. Eighty-nine cases (94.7%) of the 94 samples were successfully amplified. Genomic DNA was extracted and genetic polymorphism of PfMSP-1 blocks 2 , 4 and 17 was investigated using nested polymerase chain reactions (PCR). Two alleles of MSP-1, block 2 (K1 and MAD20) were observed and all four alleles of MSP1- block 4 genotypes and both MAD20 and K1 types of MSP-1, block 17, respectively. The block17 is one of the most important candidate region for Malaria Vaccine which obtaining MSP1-19 KDa. This area has a specific antibody epitope which plays as an inhibitor roll in invitro and invivo assay. These data are useful for malaria prevention and control in Iran.
Failure of Short - Circuit Generators: A Case Study by CPRI Bhopal published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Arun Kumar Datta, Ansari M A, Mondal N R and Raghavaiah B V Switchgear Testing & Development Station prevalently known as STDS was established in 1965 at Bhopal by government of India as one of the unit of Central Power Research Institute. The predominant objective of setting up this institute was to cater the short circuit testing needs of various LT/HT power equipments in switchgear, controlgear and transformer fi eld. Over the years the unit has expanded and received all the national/international accreditations, further became the member of Short Circuit Testing Liaison (STL). Today CPRI’s short circuit laboratories of generator based and direct on line based are one of the leading laboratories in south east Asia. Year 2006-07 was a test time for CPRI, Bhopal when both the short circuit generators have developed technical snag, resulting in interruption of short circuit testing. It was a challenge for CPRI as well as for the service provider to take repair work as so many technical intricacies were involved including the reverse engineering process. Nation realized the importance of CPRI during the shutdown period. This paper discusses about the occurrence of failure, its detailed diagnosis, root cause analysis and the action taken thereafter. Short circuit generator is different from conventional one in many aspects. Repairing experiences of these generators, along with the re-commissioning process are also shared herewith.
Value based Education is the only Solution to the Problem of Crisis of Moral Values among the Youth of India published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Deepa Awasthi Todays modern era is era of globalization. Inclination of our youth toward western life style and culture is natural. This inclination is not only limited to youth, almost everybody in country is running a blind race of cut throat competition to accumulate more money and things of leisure and pleasure. In recent years increase in percentage of crimes committed by youth especially adolescents has created a line of concern on the face of parents. Root cause of the problem lies in the quality of education we are providing to our child. Parents are putting more emphasis on materialistic education based on educational achievements of child, neglecting the overall development of child. Not only parents but teachers and schools are also responsible for misdirecting the direction of education. Even our curriculum and syllabus is also not favourable for teaching moral values to child. But now parents and teachers both have recognised the importance of value education in life of an individual. In early childhood before going to school, it is responsibility of parents to incorporate essential human values in child. Once he or she is admitted to school it is expected that parents and teachers will jointly carry out their duty to teach him values for making him better man or woman who can stand tall in life even in worst situations.
ANALYSIS OF A RELIABLE SIZE BASED AUTO SELECTIVE CONVEYOR SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Abhishek Kumar*1 & Dr. Lokendra Pal Singh ATLS vehicle loading technologies significantly reduce the manpower required on the shipping and receiving docks, eliminate product damage, accidents, and ergonomic injuries related to lift-truck operation. Generally, products can be loaded quicker and product density is increased resulting in more payload per shipment which reduces shipping cost, using a loading automation system. Loading automation is often the key component to achieve complete plant automation. In this thesis, a system of Mechanical Conveyor belt has been developed and proof of concept has been tested for further testing and trial purpose. The main reason behind proposed system is to automate small scale industries which are not able to afford expansive automation systems.
Enumeration and Systematic Survey of Plant Species of Family Asteraceae From Sabarmati River of Gujarat State , India. published in

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Bharat B. Maitreya The present research paper deals with enumeration and systematic survey of plant species of family Asteraceae which are observed in the area of Sabarmati river of Gujarat state ,India. Plant exploration was conducted to determine plant species of family Asteraceae .Taxonomic position of these plant species is described in various available Floras .Plant species of family Asteraceae from Sabarmati riverbed –riverside area, have been listed systematically which counts 23 species of 21 genera ,These plant species grown mostly as wild, and known as weed plants
Studies on Integrated Farming Systems For Tribal Areas of Eastern Ghats In Andhra Pradesh published in

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D. Sekhar K., Tejeswara Rao N., Venugopala Rao Integrated farming system studies comprising enterprises viz. field and horticultural crops, poultry, fishery (0.20 ha) and apiary (5 bee hive boxes) were evaluated in 0.6 ha area at Regional Agricultural Research Station, Chintapalli of high altitude and tribal zone of Andhra Pradesh during 2009-2012 with a view to generate sustainable production and profitability for small and marginal farmers. Field crops + Poultry + Fishery + Horticulture system recorded profitable integrated farming system with net income of Rs.29,102 and B:C ratio of 1.83 with productivity of 14.40 (t ha-1) and 464 man days/ha/year over arable cropping returns (Rs.14500/ha) and B:C ratio (1.47) with less productivity (7.50 t ha-1). Integrated farming system offer a pragmatic solution to meet the increasing demand for food, diversification in food habits and stabilizing the income thus improving the nutrition of the small-scale farmers with limited resources.
La Contabilidad Financiera Ambiental en las empresas agrícolas ecuatorianas. Un reto para la defensa de la naturaleza. published in

Revista Científica Retos de la Ciencia

Published by Fundación de Gestión y Desarrollo Comunitario Ecuador
Pablo Domingo Vilela Mera The Environmental Accounting is a part of Financial Accounting that allows to register and reveal economic information about enterprises operations impacting the nature due to their productive activities, which cannot be consolidated until now. The International Accounting Standard does not define normative specifications to treat and reveal those effects, which are important for taking correct decisions. In Ecuador, this information is not obtained directly from companies involved in agricultural activities, whereby the main objective of the investigation is to apply a specific policy of environmental accounting that lead to dispose of truthful and timely economic-financial information, which will be used to decrease the negative impact on the nature resulting of exploiting resources. Keywords: financial fccounting, environmental accounting, international accounting standard, environmental costs, agricultural enterprises.
Effect of Sorghum Based Resistant Starch Rich Product Supplementation on the Satiety Value. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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E. Jyothsna, Dr. G. Kiran Kumar Subjective hunger and satiety may be influenced by a number of different factors, including physiological and psychological variables (Blundell, 1990). In order to assess subjective appetite sensations, visual analogue scale (VAS) scores were used viz. How hungry you are? How satisfied do you feel?. How full do you feel? and How much do you think you can eat?. The subjects were asked to score against 10 point scale. The scores for each sensation was tabulated and means were calculated and the differences among the total subjects as well as differences in males and females within the treatment was analyzed using one way ANOVA and presented
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.
Drivers of Organizational Responsiveness: Experiences of a Military Crisis Response Organization published in

Journal of Organization Design

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Erik De Waard, Henk W Volberda, Joseph Soeters The topic of organizational responsiveness – where organizations need to flexibly react to strategic and operational demands simultaneously – has been under-explored in strategic management research. Our study was initiated to shed more light on this topic, primarily by studying an organization specifically designed to handle crises. By definition, crisis response organizations have to be prepared to react to unpredictable events. Moreover, the volatility of the crisis situation itself requires a high degree of flexibility to get or keep the situation under control. The study hypothesizes modular organizing and organizational sensing to be key drivers of organizational responsiveness. Empirically, we examine the effect these two variables have on the responsiveness of the Netherlands armed forces for crisis response deployment. Findings indicate that modular organizing and organizational sensing are drivers of responsiveness. In addition, our study uncovered the importance of an organization’s level of system decomposition to responsiveness. A high degree of system granularity can lead to a predominantly inward focus whereas organizational responsiveness calls for a strong external orientation.
Swami Vivekananda’s Views on Philosophy of Education and Its Relevancy with Modern Life published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

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

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Student Satisfaction and Quality of Service: A study on Student Information System at the Al-Buraimi University College published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mrs. Maya Manoj, Mrs. Omaima Mohammad Abdallah Services provided to students and its quality is one among the critical factors that influence the success of higher education institutions. To maintain the level of competitive advantage in the higher education sector, it is very important to assess the quality of educational services provided to students to get feedback from them. The challenges faced by universities and colleges in the highly demanding environment require that they are continuously updated with the recent trends. Student Satisfaction is the most critical and crucial factor that helps a higher education institution to meet the increasing challenges from current and potential competitors and to enjoy a favorable educational setting. This paper is an attempt to measure student satisfaction based on quality of service of Student Information System (SIS) installed in the college. The results of the study signify that the students are satisfied with the SIS.
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE CHARACTERISTIC PERFORMANCE OF STANDALONE PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MANI MISHRA AND VIBHA BHATNAGAR Cowpea is a oval creamy white bran with a black eye, soft textured, an excellent source of fibre and folate and a good source of iron. One of the main drawbacks that limits the nutritional quality of legumes is the presence of anti-nutritional factors. The present study was undertaken to investigate the effects of processing methods such as soaking, germination, fermentation, wet heating on phytic acid, total iron, iron bioavailability of cowpea. 100g. sample was weighed for each processing technique separately as soaking and germination for 24,48,72 hrs. fermentation and wet heating (10,15,20 min.). Samples were analyzed in triplicate for phytic acid, total iron and iron bioavailability using standard procedure. Results showed that soaking for 24 ,48,72 hrs. decreased phytic acid and increased total iron and iron bioavailability. It can be concluded that germination for 24 hrs. was better than 48 hrs. as phytic acid increased during 48 hrs. germination and T1(24hr.) germination was more effective than other as it increased total iron and iron bioavailability. 20 mints wet heating decreased not only phytic acid but also total iron and its bioavailability as compared to control, so 20 min. cooking is not suitable for cowpea,10 mints cooking is good as it maintains both iron and its bioavailability. Fermentation can be suggested as a best method of processing as it decreased the phytic acid more than other methods and increased total iron and its bioavailability, respectively
Survey on AQM Congestion Control Algorithms published in

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B. Kiruthiga, Dr. E. George Dharma Prakash Raj Congestion is an important issue which researchers focus on in the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) network environment. Active queue management (AQM) has been proposed as a router-based mechanism for early detection of congestion inside the network. This paper analyzed several active queue management algorithms are discussed and they are compare with respect to their.
DECISION TO PURCHASE: FACTORS SAME, DIFFERENT WEIGHTS; VISION OF THE CONSUMER, ON SMALL AND LARGE NETWORK OF PHARMACY published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Wilter Furtado Furtado, Aparecida Aparecida Franco The goal of this study was to discuss the buying decision, as a phenomenon that can be configured differently for the consumer, even if their objectives, the product, the factors influencing on such a decision, the deal and the agencies involved are the same, by nature. Based on inductive method, research exploratory, descriptive and quali-quantitative, was made by means of a semi-structured form applied by researchers, along with consumers of pharmaceuticals, in the city of Ituiutaba, Minas Gerais, in the period July 30, 2010 to 05. This concern is justified, whereas the companies involved in the process, although given the same audience, can act differently, by philosophy, by size, by the policies adopted and by location. The main results showed that consumers of pharmaceutical products, gives small pharmacies to purchase preference, because it believes that they provide the best set of attributes or factors influencers in the buying process, or the best cost x benefit, than the pharmacies of the major networks. Also shows that the consumer is able to perfectly, tier those factors
Determination of genetic diversity of Iraqi date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by using ISSR technique published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
Muhanned Abdul Hassan Kareem Hassan Fadl Naji Ali Hmood Al-Saadi This study provided that all molecular markers inter simple equence repeat (ISSR) succeded with the sixty five Iraqi date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) cultivars, which collected from Hilla city in Iraq, to determine fingerprinting, polymorphic value, and genetic relationships among varieties of date palm cultivars, and also with the same type of cultivars. This study was used ten of ISSR primers from different sources and showed the average percentage of polymorphism per ISSR-primer was %98.9, primer efficiency was %0.13 and discrimination value was %0.09. This study revealed that high similarity percentage was about %67 to %100 between cultivars belonged to the same variety. Genetic similarty with twenty Iraqi date palm cultivars, using UBC-835 primer as a sample in this study revealed the highest distance was 0.5345 between Breem and each of varieties (SabbDrrh, Khadrawi, FomAlraman, shwrthi and GhanamiAhmer), that means no similarity with these date palm cultivars. On the other hands, the lowest genetic distance was (zero) between Tebrazal and each of (Maktom and Najdi). Also between SabbDrrah and each of (Khadrawi, FomAlrman, Shwethi, and GhanamiAhmer). In addition to that between Hamrawi and each of (Kestawi and Chipchab). There are nogentic distance with Brban and Sukkary. Also between Khadrawi and each of (FomAlrman, Shwethi and GhanamiAhmer).Additionaly,no genetic distance between Khadrawi and Chipchab, Maktom and Najdi. Also, no genetic distance between FomAlraman and each of Shwethi, and GhanamiAhmer). At the end no genetic distance between Shwethi, and GhanamiAhmer. No distance between these varieties was observed.
CONTEMPT OF COURT (KAJIAN TENTANG IDE DASAR DAN IMPLEMENTASINYA DALAM HUKUM PIDANA) published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Ruby Hadiarti Johny Contempt of Court historically comes from Common Law in England where as it represents the king as the God Representative in the world to punish whoever against its commands and prohibitions. The term of Contempt means indignity so contempt of court means an action insulting the board of court. The researcher is interested in the Contempt of Court research in Indonesia since there are a lot cases which could be qualified as Contempt of Court but the regulation has not been clear enough. The data needed are secondary data and supported by the primary data got from interviews with the experts of criminal law. The result of the research shows that the basic idea of the contempt of court managed in the criminal code is closely related with and afford to promote the high authority and privilege. Contempt of Court in Indonesia is implemented in the articles which spread out of the Criminal Code especially offences related with “rechtspleging” and draft of law of criminal code which has been directed on its chapter itself namely Chapter VI about crime act on holding the judicature from the article 325 up to 335 of draft of law of the Criminal Code. The conducts which could be classified as the contempt of court is now days essential in Indonesia to keep the authority and privilege of justice institution to take action againts the actors of contempt of court to apply the articles of Criminal Code. Kata kunci : melawan hukum, sistem hukum
Data Mining Technique its Needs and Using Applications? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Anup Arvind Lahoti?, Prof. P. L. Ramteke? Data mining is a process of using different algorithms to find useful patterns or models from data. It is a process of selecting, exploring and modeling large amount of data. Mostly used in technology and also used in different areas of real life like finance, marketing, business. It can also be used in different social science methodologies, such as psychology, cognitive science and human behavior etc. The ability to continually change and acquire new understanding is a driving force for the application of DM. This allows many new future applications of data mining [1] as in today’s world the need of data in every field is growing very vast. So, for satisfying our need there should be proper Data Mining techniques available. In this paper we are presenting valuable information about data mining.
Preparation of Legume Extract-Bovine Milk Blends and Development of Food Product Using Them published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Preeti Verma, Sheel Sharma Despite being a largest producer of milk, India has a very low per capita milk production and the price of milk is also not affordable for common people. Legume extract based dietary strategies prove not only nutritious but also economical. In this study legumes soybean, pigeonpea, chickpea and cowpea extracts (SoE, PiE, ChE and CoE) were prepared and blended with bovine milk (BM) at 50% ratio. Proximate and mineral analyses of these extracts were also done. To check their acceptability, mango shake with different variants (Variant A (SoE-BM), variant B (PiE-BM), variant C (ChE-BM), variant D (CoE-BM) and variant D (SoE:PiE:ChE:CoEBM)) along with standard were prepared. Results indicate that SoE, PiE, ChE and CoE act as a good source of protein, fat and carbohydrates. Sensory evaluation outcomes of Mango shake depict that these blends can become suitable for preparing milk based products.
The Utility of Caesarean Myomectomy as a Safe Procedure: A Retrospective Analysis of 25 cases from a tertiary care hospital published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Thaj M Caesarean myomectomy has traditionally been discouraged due to fears of intractable haemorrhage and increased postoperative morbidity. However, a number of authors have recently shown that myomectomy during Caesarean section does not increase the risk of haemorrhage or postoperative morbidity.This retrospective study was conducted in a tertiary care teaching hospital in Kerala in an attempt to identify the safety and feasibility of caesarean myomectomy. 25 pregnant women who underwent caesarean myomectomy during the period January 2013 to June 2015 were considered as study group and similar number of pregnant women who underwent caesarean section alone in the same period matched for age, parity, period of gestation at caesarean section was taken as control.In this study, there was no statistically significant difference in post-operative haemoglobin level, duration of hospital stay and time to do procedure in the CS myomectomy group and LSCS alone group. The possibility of safely performing myomectomy during caesarean section is appealing in the low-resource settings
Impact of soy ladoo supplementation on nutritional status of malnourished preschool children published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
N.S. GHATGE Malnutrition is a global health issue. It imposes a toll on child mortality, 53 per cent of deaths in children under 5 years in age are due to nutrition related in worldwide. It may be due to the role of nutrients in disease and immunity. Supplementary feeding programmes are the emerging need in under nutrition for vulnerable segment in the population. Supplementary feeding must be the additional nutrients which are providing for the optional growth and desirable change in health status in particular. Hence, supplementary foods must be based on the formulation of the required nutrients for the treating of malnutrition, return the child to physiological, immunological and biochemical normality. The organoleptic qualities like taste, texture, flavour and over all acceptability of the soy ladoo was highly scored by the panel. The nutritional qualities likes major nutrients such as energy(470.0kcal), proteins (20.1 g) and fats (22.0 g) content were found more in soy ladoo. The micro nutrients such as iron (6.3 mg), zinc (3.8 mg) and calcium (286.5 mg) were also observed higher range in soy ladoo. It was also noted that there were very less antinutrtional factors like phytate phosphorous (160mg), tannin (0.34 mg), tryspin inhibitor activity (5.5ml), acid detergent fiber (1.31g), cellulose (1.00g) and lignin (0.3ml). The in vitro digestibility of protein and per cent bioavailability of iron shown higher in soy ladoo. It showed better keeping qualities upto two months when stored in a tetra package at room temperature. Soy ladoo has also shown very low production cost. Hence, it was found very cheap and affordable to the below powerty line group of children.Significant improvements in nutrients intake, anthropometric measurements.The soy ladoo was given @ 50 g/child/day.
Isolated Talonavicular Dislocation With Delayed Presentation: Treatment Strategy published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Rajat Jangir, Dr. Diwakar Mishra, Dr. Abhimanyu Singh Introduction: Isolated talonavicular dislocation is rare because of the strong plantar ligamentous structures that support the joint. Dislocation of the talonavicular joint is rare, caused by severe abduction or adduction of the forefoot. Isolated talonavicular dislocation without complication by navicular, talar neck and open calcaneal fractures is even rare. Case Report: A case of close talonavicular dislocation a 26-year old man is reported, with delayed treatment at 4 months. We describe a closed isolated talonavicular dislocation without complication by navicular, talar neck and open calcaneal fractures. Prompt recognition and rapid reduction of fractures and dislocations gives the best possible outcome. Proper reduction is necessary to avoid equinovarus deformity, ankylosis, or degenerative arthritis, however in chronic untreated case open reduction with talonavicular fusion provides good functional results. Conclusions: A better long term result may have been achieved if closed reduction had been attained at initial presentation. Prompt recognisation and early reduction is necessary to obtain optimal results and to avoid complications. Patient with delayed presentation needs open reduction and fusion. Long term predictable results are achievable with fusion allowing painless functional foot.
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.
INVESTIGATING THE LINK BETWEEN SAVINGS, INFLATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: AN ARDL ANALYSIS FOR THE CASE OF TURKEY published in

Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)

Published by PressAcademia
Perihan Hazel Er¹, Can Tansel Tugcu², Orhan Coban³ The aim of this study is to investigate the short and the long-run relationship between saving, inflation, and economic growth in Turkey for the period 2003:1 to 2012:2. Since the data has different integration orders (i.e. I(0) and I(1)), the approach of the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) was utilized for the analysis. Results showed that saving, inflation and economic growth are cointegrated and either inflation or economic growth has positive impacts on the savings in the Turkish economy. However, no statistically significant relationship found between the inflation and savings in the short-run and, the interest rates and savings in the long-run. In addition, findings revealed that, among the variables and time period in consideration, economic growth is the variable having the most explanatory power on the savings in the Turkish economy
PEMENUHAN HAK ANAK ATAS KESEHATAN DI PROVINSI NANGGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM DI DASARKAN QANUN ACEH NOMOR 11 TAHUN 2008 TENTANG PERLINDUNGAN ANAK published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Andri Kurniawan Qanun Aceh No. 11 of 2008 concerning Protection of Children is based on the perspective that protection of children in all aspects is a part of the development activities and distinctive peculiarities of Aceh and promoting community life and nation in the Republic of Indonesia. Obligation to provide protection to children based on the principles of non-discrimination, the best interests of the child, right to life, survival, and development, and reward for the opinions of children. In the implementation, legal protection of children in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam not fully comply. Those constraint relating with the legislation, the body builder, body organizer, health facilities and membership. Keywords : Qanun, Protection of the Child, Rights of the Child on Health
Ophelia as a Key word in Understanding the Role of Obedience, Love and Beautifulness in Shakespeare’s Hamlet Play published in

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Dr. Ibrahim Adam Saide Daier This paper takes Ophelia as a Key word in Understanding the Role of Obedience, Love and Beautifulness in Shakespeare’s Hamlet Play Ophelia is a fictional character in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. She is a young noblewoman of Denmark, the daughter of Polonius, sister of Laertes, and potential wife of Prince Hamlet. She is one of the few female characters in the play. In Ophelia's first speaking appearance in the play, she is seen with her brother, Laertes, who is leaving for France. Laertes warns her that Hamlet, the heir to the throne of Denmark, does not have the freedom to marry whomever he wants. Ophelia's father, Polonius, enters while Laertes is leaving, and also forbids Ophelia to pursue Hamlet, whom he fears is not earnest about her. This paper also examins how Ophelia was a key number I n giving the play is universility among others .In Ophelia's next appearance, she tells Polonius that Hamlet rushed into her room with his clothing askew, and with a "hellish" expression on his face, and only stared at her and nodded three times, without speaking to her. Based on what Ophelia told him, Polonius concludes that he was wrong to forbid Ophelia to see Hamlet, and that Hamlet must be mad because of lovesickness for her.
Investment of Pension Accumulation in Objects of State-Private Partnership published in

Sovremenna? ?konomika: problemy, tendencii, perspektivy

Published by Murom Institute of Vladimir State University n.a. A.G. & N.G. Stoletovs
Linev Igor Viktorovich In article the problem of “scissors” between excess liquidity of pension accumulation, and requirements of financing of projects of state-private partnership, with acceptable level of profitability and risk is investigated. Various options of overcoming of this gap on the basis of foreign and domestic experience are offered.
Filtered Wall: An Automated System to Filter Unwanted Messages from OSN User Walls? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Ms. Pallavi Kalyane, Prof. Sachin Chavan, Prof. Pravin Rahate? Now days On-line Social Networks (OSNs) are one of the most popular interactive medium to communicate, share, and disseminate a considerable amount of human life information. This project represents a system enforcing filtering of unwanted messages coming from the user based on its content. Our system gives ability to OSN users to have a direct control on the messages posted on their walls. Up to now, OSNs provide little support to prevent unwanted messages on user walls. There is no content-based preferences are supported and therefore it is not possible to prevent unwanted messages, such as political or vulgar ones, no matter of the user who posts them. Providing this service is not only a matter of using previously defined web content mining techniques for a different application, rather it requires to design ad hoc classification strategies. This is because wall messages are constituted by short text for which traditional classification methods have serious limitations since short texts do not provide sufficient word occurrences. One fundamental issue in this system is blocking of user for lifetime. We overcome this Problem by using Proposed System; In this paper, we propose a system that performs blocking of user for particular time limit and also send notification, E-Mail to that who has posted unwanted message on wall. Along with that we are using Self Organizing Neural Network (SOINN) with Redial Based Function (RBF) for classification of text. In this we use the back propagation technique of neural network (i. e. Using previous knowledge of user messages we take proper action).
Banning Chewable Tobacco (Gutka/Khaini) products in India under FSSA 2006; Policy and Practice- A way forward! published in

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Dr. Omesh Kumar Bharti, Archana Phull, Ashok Mangla, R.K.Sood Background and challenges to implementation: Gutka, Khaini etc are chewable (smokeless) tobacco products made of crushed betel nuts laced with tobacco/ Nicotine. The number of users of smokeless tobacco products (Gutka, Khaini) in India is more than double the number of smokers. 32.9% of men and 18.4% of women use smokeless tobacco products. Gutka and other smokeless tobacco which are consumed orally are highly addictive and toxic products owing to the amount of nicotine and tobacco content in them. India has the highest prevalence of oral cancer globally, with 75, 000 to 80, 000 new cases of oral cancers in a year. The Government of Himachal Pradesh banned smokeless tobacco on July 12, 2012 under newly enacted Food Safety and Standards Act-2006 (FSSA- 2006).The ban on smokeless tobacco was imposed without consideration of the corresponding penalties under FSSA-2006 for the violation. It became difficult to penalize the violators under a particular section of the act. The challenge was to innovate the ways to punish the guilty in a sufficiently deterrent way. The problem was solved by a combination of sections of the FSSA-2006 and penalties imposed probably for the first time in India under food act FSSA 2006 by a designated officer of the level of a medical doctor. Under section (1) of 69 of FSSA 2006, designated officer food safety is empowered to compound offences and levy penalty up to one lakh ($ 2000) in relation to offences committed by petty manufacturers of food items. The Government of Himachal Pradesh issued this notification vide no. Health-A-B(15)25/2012 dated 16 April, 2013. Intervention or response: A thorough understanding of the various penal provisions of the FSSA-2006 w.r.t. banning of the smokeless tobacco was done and combination of sections were underlined so as to not to dilute the final judgement. Section 57, 58, 55, 49, 72 were imposed, in pursuance of power conferred under this act. So, to punish the guilty a plethora of sections of the FSSA-2006 were innovatively interlinked and judgments delivered for the first time. We were able to successfully launch court proceedings against four such accused and fine them a maximum of one Lakh each ($ 2000).
Acute toxicity study and effect of Teucrium stocksianum boiss on blood glucose level and weight of glucose treated mice published in

International Journal of Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacy

Published by IJBMSP
Alamgeer, Muhammad Rashid, Muhammad Naveed Mushtaq, Muhammad Nasir Hayat Malik, Taseer Ahmad, Abdul Qayyum Khan, Ibrahim Javid Teucrium stocksianum boiss has been traditionally used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus. The current study was designed to evaluate the hypoglycemic activity of ethyl acetate extract of Teucrium stocksianum boiss in glucose-fed mice for 30 days. Oral administration of 500 mg/kg body weight of ethyl acetate extract significantly (P< 0.001) decreased the blood glucose level of 10% glucose-fed mice in comparison to control group. Ethyl acetate extract significantly increased body weight (P<0.05), heart (P<0.001), kidney (P<0.001), pancreas (P<0.05) and liver (P<0.01) weight in glucose-fed treated mice as compared to diabetic group. The median lethal dose (LD50) was estimated through intraperitoneal (i.p) administration of the ethyl acetate extract in mice and was found to be 3250 mg/kg.
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF NOVEL CHALCONES AND PYRAZOLINE DERIVATIVES FROM 1-(3-CHLOROPHENYL) ETHANONE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
G. Eswara Rao *, P. Srinivasa Babu, J Sambrajyam, N. Sresta, Md. Shaheem Sultana, R. Lakshmi Durga, K. Srikanth Novel chalcones were synthesized by condensing 1-(3-chlorophenyl) ethanone with aromatic aldehydes derivatives in dilute ethanolic sodium hydroxide solution at room temperature according to Claisen -Schmidt condensation. The synthesized chalcones compounds were reacted with hydrazine sulphate upon cyclisation gives pyrazoline derivatives. All these compounds were characterized by means of their IR, 1H NMR spectroscopic data and microanalyses. The antimicrobial activity of these compounds was evaluated by the cup plate method.
A Vermi Compost, as An Agribusiness, A Good Entrepreneurship is an Eco – Friendly Project published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
P. Nitya Jeeva Prada Vermicompost, as an agribusines to venture it as women entrepreneurship. The creepy and crawly creatures of evolution, the friend of farmer serve as an animal of object for this, as a solid waste serve as a tool for the present study. The composition of vermicompost consists of 13 elements i.e., Nitrogen 1.5-2% Phosphates 1-2%, Potassium 1-2%, Calcium 1-3%, Magnesium 1-2%, Sulphur <1%, Zinc 200 ppm, Copper, Molybdenum, Iron, Boron, Chlorates & Silica. So nutrient rich soil as vermipost is an excellent organic fertilizer and soil conditioner as it contains water soluble nutrients too. Conversion of biodegradable solid waste matter by earthworms the Lamarch worm, into vermicast is known as vermitechnology. The nutrients in the organic matter contains more bioavailable forms of vermicast, hormones and enzymes which it acquires during the passage of organic matter through complete gutted animal. The hormones and enzymes are plant growth regulators, act as stimulants & help to discourage plant pathogens, and promote more yield and healthy produce. Vermicomposts are finely divided mature peat like material with a high porosity, aeration, drainage and water – holding capacity and microbial activity which are stabilized by interactions between earthworm and microorganisms. It can be used in any season of the year to any crop and for the cultivation of mushroom. It is a natural process of course as an industry which does not need electricity. Raw material like cow dung, dried leaves, coconut scrub and agro wastes are available in college campus in abundance. As a model in the college campus we have a pilot project as a square foot gardening, About 2500 species of earthworm, have been identified, more than 500 species are in India. Earthworms are categorized into epigeic, anegeic and endogeic species based on ecological and tropic function of soils. In the present study only these epigeic worms like Eisenia foefida and Eudrilus eugniea are largely used in converting organic wastes into vermicompost which are surface dwellers. They are capable of working hard on the litter layer and can convert all the organic waste into manure, they are of no significant value in modifying the structure of the soil. For the preparation of vermiwash (a good foliar spray) locally available earthworms like Perionyxexcavates and Lampitomauritii can be used. On organic farming there is no state or central sales tax. Income tax is also exempted for 10years. So less investment and good income provides employment to unemployed youth. 2 Tones of organic manure sold in Rs. 5000 to Rs 8,000/-, so from 100 Cows Rs. 1-10 Lakhs income can be generated. So money can be as a profit and prosperity will come to farmer and nation. This paper discusses on economic aspects indetailed and the project overall prospect.
The Evaluation of Federations’ Administrative Issues from the Views of Executives published in

Sportif Bakis: Spor ve Egitim Bilimleri Dergisi

Published by Umit Dogan USTUN
Alp Celik The aim of this study was to receive the administrative opinions in order to evaluate the administrative issues of independent sport federations. For this purpose, qualitative research method has been used. Total of 47 independent sport federations were identified according to the number of active sportsman, number of medals, priority of branch upon society, being Olympic sport and being one of the fundamental sport branches. Face to face interviews have been made with administers in selected federations; 15 federation manager, 10 federation vice manager, 12 federation general secretary and 10 federation board members. Administers have supposed to reply the questions; “what are the administrative issues that federations face?”, “what are the reasons of failure for sports branches from the administrative aspect?” Interview method has been used to collect the data and a semi-structured interview form was designed by the researcher. The interviews were recorded by a sound recorder and the descriptive analysis method was used for the analysis of data. According to the results, the financial situation has seemed to be the one of the most important issues of federations. It could be deduced that federations need financial support and there was a lack of self-revenues which administers face as a huge problem. Besides, it could be said that the federations should have been supported financially in order to remove the obstacles upon successes.
Clinical Profile of Acute ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction in Females published in

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Dr. Naaz M. Hamdulay, Dr. Mohd. Taushif H. Surahwardi, Dr. N. R. Rathod, Dr. Manish N. Mehta Introduction: Ischemic heart disease (IHD) is a condition in which there is an inadequate supply of blood and oxygen to a portion of the myocardium; it typically occurs when there is an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand. Clinical manifestation of CHD usually occurs in the form of Acute myocardial infarction, Unstable angina, Stable Angina and Sudden death. Coronary heart disease is the greatest cause of death among women2,3. Aim & Objectives: Study the clinical profile of ST elevation AMI in females which included age, risk factors, symptoms, family history, complications and outcome. The study was carried out in a tertiary care hospital on patients hospitalized in period of 2012-2014. Results & Discussion: Post menopausal women are more prone to IHD. Majority of females have multiple risk factors like DM, HT, obesity and hypercholesterolemia. Incidence of DM and HT has significantly increased owing to sedentary lifestyle as compared to past.
Height, Weight And Body Mass Index of Girls and Boys in a Rural School in Punjab India published in

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Kahlon Talwinder, Singh Amarjit, Mahajan Alpna, Chiu Mei Amp Ndash Chen In a rural school in Punjab, weight and height were monitored monthly for 12 consecutive months for 632 students, age 8-23 years. Using international Body Mass Index (BMI) standard 20% of the students would be considered severely thin (BMI <16). 6-7% with would be considered overweight (BMI 25-29.99) and less than 1% obese (BMI >30). Two unit lower BMI standards are appropriate for Asian population, thus 2-3% were undernourished (BMI <14) and 60-61% with ideal weight BMI 16.5-22.99. 10.3% girls and 11.6% boys were overweight and 2.7% girls and 2.5% boys were obese. Adopting regular higher physical activity and lower caloric intake along with monthly monitoring weight and height could make significant impact on the obesity epidemic and lower the risk of related diseases. Early age education and habits has the potential to last life time to make world population healthy, productive, and physically fit.
Bacterial Profile and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Surgical Site Infections – A Retrospective Study published in

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M. Saleem, T. V. Subha, R. Balamurugan, M. Kaviraj, R. Gopal Background: Surgical site infections (SSI) are one of the common causes of health care associated infections leading to increased morbidity among the post operative patients and a therapeutic challenge to the treating surgeon. Materials and methods: A retrospective study of post operative patients with SSI during a 6 month period was done based on the records. The bacteriological profile and antibiogram of isolates were analyzed. Results: The rate of S.S.I was 5.1% and gram negative bacilli (GNB) were the more common pathogens 37/59 (62.7%), isolated with Esch.coli, constituting the highest 14/59 (23.7%). Imipenem was the most effective drug and ciprofloxacin was the least effective against Esch.coli. Conclusion: The incidence of SSI is rising due to the emergence of multidrug resistant bacteria. Rapid diagnosis of these pathogens will reduce the morbidity and mortality rate of SSI.
HYPOLIPIDEMIC EFFECT OF CALOTROPIS GIGANTEA SEEDS EXTRACT ON HIGH FAT DIET INDUCED ATHEROGENIC RATS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jatin Jaiswal *1, Hemant Bhardwaj1, Dr. Ch. V. Rao2, Nisha Sharma3 Objective: The present study was designed to evaluate the hypolipidemic activity of Calotropis gigantea seeds on high fat diet induced atherogenic rats. Methods: The acute toxicity studies were performed on mice while adopting the OECD-420 Guidelines (fixed dose procedure). The hypolipidemic effect of plant seed extracts was evaluated on the standard 28 days model. Results: Treatment with methanolic extract of Calotropis gigantea (MECG) seeds at the dose 200 mg/kg and 400 mg/kg body weight showed the significant decrease in the total cholesterol levels, triglycerides levels, VLDL-c and LDL-c levels, whereas there was slight increase in HDL-c levels.The activities were also compared with the effects produced by the standard anti-hyperlipidemic drug, atorvastatin 10 mg/kg. Conclusion: The present findings indicate that the seeds of Calotropis gigantea has a potent hypolipidemic effect on HFD induced atherogenic rats.
Ethical and Unethical Activities in Business (Conceptual Study) published in

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chandra Sekhar B and Sanjay Lakshminarayanan In this study, an integrated double input DC to DC buck-buck boost converter for high/low voltage energy source applications is presented. An integrated buck-buck boost converter which can step down or step up the input voltage according to output voltage required at the load end. A multi input converter can be used instead of single input converters to integrate different energy sources such as solar PV, wind energy system, fuel cell and diesel etc. The converter is designed considering double input, in which same or different type of two inputs can be used individually or simultaneously. The operation modes and the steady state analysis of the converter are delinated. Finally converter behavior observed by using Matlab/SimulinkTM enviornment for closed loop simulation with PI control scheme, the obatinaed results are presented in detailed manner.
A Role of Microfinance in Development of Textile MSMES : A Study of Navsari SEZ published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Babaraju K. Bhatt, Mr. Ronak A. Mehta The Small and Medium enterprises play a crucial role in the Indian economic structure due to its significant contribution in terms of output, exports and employment. In India, where the labour is ample and capital is scarce, the small sector has vast source of employment for millions of people. Keeping in view the importance of SMEs, the Indian government has given more importance to MSMEs in its five-year plans. The SMEs are still struggling by the issues of finance, marketing and low quality. Taking into account the enormous potential of the small sector, the entrepreneurs and the policy-makers must act collectively to facilitate rapid growth in this sector
EFFECT OF BENZYL ADENINE ON GROWTH, YIELD AND FLOWERS OF GERBERA (Gerbera jamesonii) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ridha Ali Almabrouk Salem *, Dr. S. Saravanan, Prof. (Dr.) V.M. Prasad The effect of benzyl adenine on growth, yield and flowers of gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii) was studied BA (0, 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 ppm). This study was arranged in complete randomized block design (R.B.D.) with three replicates at the farm and the labor atory of Horticulture department, Allahabad School of Agriculture, SHIATS, Allahabad during October to June 2013. The result indicated that, maximum yield and quality parameters (number of flowers per plant, stalk length, neck diameter and stalk diameter) and number of suckers per plant were observed with treatment of BA at 200 ppm (T5). While, days to first harvest and leaf area index were noticed in 250 ppm BA (T6), and maximum leaf area (dsm2) was recorded by BA at 50 ppm (T2).
Effects of Practicing Pranayama on PEFR and BHT in Chronic Asthmatics published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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S. Arulmozhi, Dr. M. G. Basavarajaiah Background and Aim: Asthma is a disease and an important cause of morbidity among both children and adults. The signs and symptoms of Asthma depend on bronchospasm, inflammation and narrowing of airway, hyper sensitivity of bronchiols. Pranayama is one of a Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and the art of breath control, which is considered to be the heart of yogic exercises and health. The present study was performed with the aim of evaluating the effect of Pranayama on Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR) and Breath holding time (BHT) of the Chronic Asthmatics. Methods: We investigated the effect of Pranayama on PEFR by using a Wright’s Peakflow meter, and BHT were Monitor after practicng of Pranayama in Chronic Asthmatics . Result:After 12 weeks, there were significant improvements in BHT, PEFR . Conclusion: The results suggest that regularly practicing Pranayama positive improvement in Peak Expiratory Flow Rate and Breath holding time of Chronic Asthmatics subjects. It also concluded that pranayama techniques are useful to increasing the strength of chest muscles, raise energy levels, respiratory stamina, and Quality of life and calm the mind and body
Accounting Practices of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the Tirunelveli Municipal Corporation of Tamilnadu published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
D.HEPZIBAH VINSYAH JEYASEELI, Dr. E. RAJA JUSTUS Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have a crucial role to play because of their potential contributions to: improvement of income circulation, employment creation, poverty reduction and the export growth and development of entrepreneurship, industry and rural economy. The MSMEs have been promoting grassroot economic growth and equitable sustainable development is significant. Every business needs to keep track of basic accounting. For MSMEs, it becomes all the more important. Accounting gives us the financial snapshot of the enterprises in order to make decisions about the current status or projected future health of the enterprises. However, the applications of these techniques are limited in MSMEs in India. There is a wide gap between theory of accounting and the actual practices by the MSMEs. The importance of maintaining proper books of accounts and sound accounting practices has been emphasized in ensuring proper financial management in MSMEs. Against this backdrop, the present paper attempts to investigate the accounting practices followed by MSMEs in the Tirunelveli Municipal Corporation through data based on responses to a structured interview schedule.
Ibani People: Restoring its Battered Identity/ Heritage published in

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Jones M. Jaja, Edna A. Brown This paper addressed the impact of Western agents of change in Opobo land. It is not oblivious of the fact that other African nations have suffered similar fate of cultural clash as noted by scholars, thus, the main thrust of this work was to provide a solution on how to restore the lost cultural identity/heritage of Opobo Ibani people vis-à-vis the socio-cultural predicaments posed by Western civilization in Opobo Kingdom. It enjoin all Ibani (Opobo and Bonny) to come together in the spirit of Ibanihood and censor what should be infused into the peoples’ culture. The paper advocates for a proper enculturation of the good aspects of Western civilization, while discarding those aspects that may become detrimental to the people’s socio-cultural heritage.
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF A SUBMERGED COMPOSITE HULL, INTENDED FOR OIL RECOVERY FROM SHIPWRECKS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
D. E. Mazarakos*, V. Kostopoulos In the present work, the survivability of a submerged structure against hydrostatic loads, imposed by the operational environment, such as hydrostatic pressure due to depth, is presented. The structure under consideration is a component (Buffer Bell) of a larger system called DIFI S that recovers fuel from shipwrecks in order to prevent oil spills. This system was developed within the frame of an FP 6 EU project under the acronym DIFIS and relies on gravity forces to channel the spilled fuel flux towards a Buffer Bell - reservoir, 30m below the sea surface, by means of a light, easy to deploy and flexible structure that would stay in place until the pollution threat is eliminated. The Buffer Bell is a main element of the DIFIS system as it is the component that receives and stores the recovered oil and allows its transfer to surface vessels. It consisted of two parts ; the Reservoir and the Floater . The Reservoir is a large tank used for the temporary storage of the recovered oil during the operational phase. The Floater is the part tha t produces the buoyancy force that holds the whole system in place and therefore its structural integrity is crucial for the operation of the system and the safety of the structure. During the final concept, the Floater is designed as a double hull struc ture made of steel plates and stiffeners. In the present analysis, an optimized structure made of GFRP and foam is proposed in order to reduce the steel’s hull weight. The structural analysis of the composite hull is carried out for the worst case scenar io.
RESULTS OF MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY CHRONIC ANAL FISSURE WITH DILTIAZEM2%topical VERSUS LATERAL SPHINCTEROTOMY published in

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Dr M.Ramachandra, DR Sitaram, Dr hariprasad -
A facile microwave induced synthesis of A Novel series of fused is oxazoline and study of antimicrobial activity. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ku. Shilpa J. Deshmukh Dr. Y. K. Meshram A series of 3(4-substitutedbenzylidene) benzo- thiazolo (3,2a) imidazol (2- (3H)isoxazoline were prepared. The structures of the isoxazoline derivatives were confirmed on the bases of 1H NMR and FTIR spectral data. The compounds were screened for their in vitro antibacterial and antiyeast activity activity using gram-positive bacteria and gram-negative bacteria.
Contents Filtering From User's Wall In Social Networking published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Miss. Monal Game Online Informal organization are today a standout amongst the most mainstream medium for cooperation between individuals to share information or assets. In Online Interpersonal organization a method called data sifting utilized for an alternate responsive capacity. Proposing to create rules which can square client posts over informal organizations the individuals who have revolting substance or misuse words furthermore al-lowing to piece graphical pictures post which are misuse by utilizing sifting rules. A the truth is acknowledged that in Online Informal communities there is the likelihood of posting picture or posting content on open or private locales, for the most part called dividers. Data separating can accordingly be utilized to give clients the capacity to consequently control the messages composed and picture on their private dividers, by sifting superfluous posts. Online Interpersonal organization give less backing to anticipate undesirable messages on dividers of client. This is accomplished through an adaptable tenet based framework, that permits clients to tweak the sifting criteria to be connected to their dividers, and Machine Learning based delicate classifier naturally marking messages in backing of substance based separating.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AGENTS (PROPOFOL AND THIOPENTONE WITH LOCAL ANAESTHETIC SPRAY) FOR LARYNGEAL MASK AIRWAY INSERTION. published in

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Dr. KANTHARAJA H E, Dr. SAFIYA I SHAIKH Background: To assess whether the application of lignocaine to the posterior oropharynx prior to the use of thiopentone would allow the insertion of an LMA as easy as following propofol. A prospective randomized double blind study was conducted on 80 patients of ASA1&2 between the age group of 18-60 yrs undergoing various elective minor surgical procedures under general anaesthesia. Patients were randomly divided into two groups of 40 each. In group B or thiopentone group, the patients were given 3 sprays of 10% lignocaine to the posterior oropharynx before preoxygenation and anaesthesia was induced with thiopentone 5mg/kg IV. In group A after preoxygenation anaesthesia was induced with propofol 2.5mg/kg IV. An appropriate size of LMA was introduced.The anaesthesiologist who performed the LMA insertion also graded the LMA insertion conditions using six variables i.e mouth opening, coughing, gagging, laryngospasm, limb movements & ease of insertion in a three point scale. The six variables, three point scores were then summed to give an overall insertion condition score. The haemodynamic parameters, namely pulse rate, BP, respiratory rate and SpO2 were monitored. There were no statistically significant differences regarding the insertion conditions for LMA insertion between the two groups. Fall in blood pressure (systolic & diastolic) and respiratory depression was significantly greater in the propofol group compared to thiopentone with local anaesthetic spray group.
Effects of Statin Therapy on Plasma Glucose and Glycated Hemoglobin published in

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Shashi R. M. Yadav, A. D. Deepak, Vijay K. Shah Introduction:As statin acts by inhibiting rate limiting step in cholesterol biosynthesis, is most commonly employed drugs in hypercholesterolaemic patients. Beside its several beneficial effects in coronary heart patients, it is supposed to confer an increased risk of developing diabetes. Thus there is need of proper investigations and demonstrations of such adverse effects of statin therapy. Therefore, this study was undertaken to monitor the adverse effects of statin therapy on hypercholesterolemic patients. Objective: The present study evaluated the effects of statin therapy on plasma glucose and glycated haemoglobin in non-diabetic patients. Method:A total of 40 patients were recruited in the study after obtaining informed written consent.They weredivided into two groups. Group 1 included subjects to be prescribed with statin and Group 2 included subjects with 3 months prescription of statin drug.Biochemical parameter like plasma glucose was estimated by colorimetric method on autoanalyser and HbA1c by Immunoturbidimetric method by D10 analyser. Result: There were statistically significant differences found in glycemic and lipid profiles in group 1 and group 2 (0.001). There were significantly decreased levels of total cholesterol, triacylgltcerol, LDL and VLDL (0.001) while significantly increased levels of HbA1c (0.001) in group 2 than in group1. Similarly there were significantly increased levels of plasma glucose and HbA1c (0.001) in group 2 than in group 1. Conclusion: We suggest from our study that patients on statin therapy should have a frequent monitoring of plasma glucose levels and HbA1c levels to avoid complications like Hyperglycaemia, Myopathy, Hepatotoxicity, Cataract and many more
Status of Women in Kerala- A macro level Analysis published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Hima Hari . U Kerala, the tiny state in the Southwest corner of the Indian peninsula, has received worldwide attention for its unique development experience which is often called as Kerala Model of Development. The uniqueness of the Kerala model lies in the high social development with a low percapita income. Kerala has made significant achievements in the field of educational and Health sectors which is almost comparable to that of developed countries. Moreover, Kerala has been quite different from the rest of the country in terms of the indicators of women development. Kerala has a favourable sex ratio of 1084 in 2011. Similarly in terms of literacy, life expectancy, and mean age at marriage, women in Kerala score higher than any other state in the country. The main objective of this paper is to examine the status of women in Kerala by analyzing the literacy rate and Female Work Participation rate on the basis of Census Data. However, in spite of the outstanding achievements in the Human Development and Gender Equality indicators, Kerala lags behind other states in terms of women empowerment especially in terms of the rate of women work participation.
A SEISMIC COMPARISON OF RC SPECIAL MOMENT RESISTING FRAME CONSIDERING REGULAR AND IRREGULAR STRUCTURES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amit Kumar Yadav*, Prof. Anubhav Rai A comparative study of all the types of frames will shed light on the best suited frame to be adopted for seismic loads in Indian scenario. Seismic evaluation will provide a general idea about the building performance during an earthquake. In this report Special Moment Resisting Frame is considered as structural frame and comparison are made in various seismic zones. The objective of this study is to investigate the seismic behaviour of reinforced cement concrete structure having SMRF (Special moment Resisting frame) in nature. For this purpose regular and irregular structures were modelled and analysis was done using STAAD.Pro software and using the codes for analysis, IS 1893:2002, IS 456: 2000. The study assumed that the buildings were located in all seismic zones
Internet Addiction Among University Students in Relation to Their Personality published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sujatha, Kadhiravan, S. Internet plays a vital role in education especially at university level. The utility of internet now turn to be a nightmare for many students and they were found to be unable to stop its usage. They become addicted with this technology and inturn, their characteristic behavior is affected to a larger extent. An attempt was made to explore the relationship between internet addiction and personality of university students. 254 students from Periyar University, Salem have been selected through simple random sampling and data is collected with the help of internet addiction scale by Armstrong and big five personality locator by McCrae and Costa. Results revealed that male students as well as students from Arts discipline have displayed higher internet addiction. A few dimensions of personality factors have significant association with internet addiction. The findings and implications are discussed in this article.
Synthesis and Study of Complexation reaction of a newly synthesized Ligand ((E)-1-(2-hydroxybenzylidene)-4- phenylthiosemicabazide) with some Transition Metal Ions in Acetonitrile Solution published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Naser Samadi*and Marzie Ahari Salmasi The synthesis and Complexation properties of a new substituted coumarin derivetive, towards certain transition metal ions, (M, where M = Ni, cd, Zn, Cu) in acetonitrile has been reported in this work. The stoichiometries of complexes were determined using UV- Visible spectroscopy studies. The stability constants of complexes were influenced by parameters such as the type of metal, ligand, counter ion or solvent. The formation constants of the complexes were determined for the synthesized ligand with several metallic cations, in acetonitrile solution by UV - Visible spectrometry.
HEPATO-RENAL TOXICITY OF KEROSENE FROM DERMAL AND ORAL EXPOSURE. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

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Saloni Raheja, Jyotishna Jairath With the opening of Indian economy, many developments have taken place in the capital market. The Indian financial system nurtures the savings among investors and channels them to their optimum and effective use. In today’s competitive era, the various investment avenues are available to the investors. Investors in general have enthusiasm to invest in those particular avenues which will produce the maximum returns with minimum risks. So, the mutual funds have opened a new outlook to the most of small investors by taking the investment to their doorstep. Mostly in India, small investors go for that information which don’t act as hurdle against inflation and give negative returns. The present study focuses on the behavior of investors towards mutual funds. This study will be useful to the brokers, distributors and to all investors.
PRODUCT PLACMENT: STRATEGY FOR WISE MARKETERS published in

GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

Published by Associated Asia Research Foundation
Ms. Mamta There is a rationale in the marketing that your focus should always be on the customer and building long term relationship with them, but how far we should go is a matter of concern for the marketers
Implementation of Competitive Intelligence System Using Customer Preference as a Market Research Tool With Special Reference to Top Rated Five Nationalized Indian Banks published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
ANAND SHANKAR RAJA. M The research paper is prior in indicating the positive outcomes for the firms in adopting a competitive intelligence system and forming strategy, for attaining competitive advantage by acquiring and implementing those strategies to compete with the competitors successfully covering aspects of DIFFERENTIATION STRATEGY, INNOVATIVE STRATEGY, LEADERSHIP STRATEGY, AND OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS STRATEGY. The paper investigates competitive strategy formulation for banking firms and institutions producing various added valued banking products and service for sustaining in the market as a MARKET LEADER in the competitive business landscape. The paper also helps to identify the current level of competition among the top rated ten nationalized banks of India which compete with each other .It also analyzes the efforts taken by these banks to satisfy the customers by a systematic formulation of strong strategies. The researcher also suggests in general to all the banking firms to be competitive intelligent by an appropriate setup of an competitive intelligence system
Effect of micronutrient, growth regulators and bio-fertilizers on biochemical composition of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Langra published in

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Romen Singh Ngasepam,Devashish Kar The present investigation entitled “Effect of micronutrient, growth regulators and bio-fertilizers on biochemical composition of mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Langra” was carried out at the Fruit Research Station, Imaliya, College of Agriculture, Jabalpur during 2012-13 on 40 years old orchard. Fruit quality parameters like TSS, total sugars, reducing sugar, non-reducing sugar, and acidity were observed. The results indicated, the different treatments did not showed any significant effect on fruit quality parameters except TSS. The treatment (T10) having combination of Vermi-compost (30 kg) + PSB (250g) + Azotobactor (250) + Borax (0.5%) recorded significantly higher TSS (22.76 0Brix) along with maximum total sugars (19.97%), non-reducing sugar (14.53%) and minimum acidity (0.29%) as compared to control(T19) having values of TSS (18.07 0Brix), total sugars (15.62%), non-reducing sugar (9.36%) and minimum acidity (0.38%) respectively.
Identification of Causative Organisms and Role of Ceftriaxone in Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis (SBP) Secondary to Decompensated Liver Disease published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Anwar Ali, Zia ullah & Mahmud Majeed Background There is increasing trend of gram positive organism present in ascetic fluid culture as a result of selective gut decontamination of gram negative organisms by prophylactic antibiotics for SBP and due to different invasive procedures. Objectives to identify causative organisms in ascetic fluid culture of patients with spontaneous bacterial peritonitis secondary to decompensated liver disease and their sensitivities to ceftriaxone as an empiric therapy. Methods A Cross sectional study was conducted at Department of Gastroenterology, Shifa International Hospital, Islamabad. Aseptic technique was adopted to aspirate ascetic fluid. At least 10 ml of ascetic fluid was inoculated in blood culture bottle at bed side before starting ceftriaxone. Result Total 97 patients were included in this study. Among them 57 (58.8%) were male and 40 40(41.2 %) were female. The most common organism was E. coli with a frequency of 42(43.2 %) almost half were ESBL strains 20(20.6%) followed by Klebsiella 15(15.4%) among which 5(5.2%) were ESBL strains while Pseudomonas aeruginosa was 12(12.3%). Conclusion No increasing trend of gram positive pathogens was observed, however ESBL strains are emerging pathogens. Gram negative organisms are still the common pathogens of SBP.
SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH IN 15 TO 39-YEAR-OLD TAIWANESE POPULATION published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Shu-Ching Chiu, MSN, Mei-Ling Lin, Ph.D, Shu-Chen Yang, MSN, Lee-Wen Pai, MSN, Chuan- Mei Chen, MSN, Horng-Mo Lee, Ph. D, Yueh-Chin Chung, Ph. D ,* Background: Sudden cardiac death (SCD) among the young (15 to 39-year-old) population has gained increasing attention in recent years, above all when occurring in young people, remains a major clinical problem. Objective: The aim of this study is to examine the effects of age, sex, and season and causes on outpatient SCDs from 2009 to 2010 in Taiwan. Methods: Cross-sectional study.Dates were identified using the International Classification of Disease (ICD) codes of inpatient SCDs recorded by National Health Insurance Research Database (HNIRDs) from 2009 to 2010. Results: A total 684 SCD patients were men (70.75%), with a mean age of 30.9 years. The annual incidence of SCD increased by 17.0% from 2009 (3.53 per 100,000 person-years) to 2010 (4.13 per 100,000 person-years). The incidence was higher for men (4.85 to 5.85 per 100,000 person-years) than women (2.18 to 2.37 per 100,000 person-years). After adjusting for sex and age, increased risk of SCD in winter was observed (RR=1.30, 95% CI 0.23-1.43; p=0.01). Conclusions: The study posits that the major determinants of SCDs in Taiwan were male, 30 to 39 years old, and winter. Clinical diagnoses of SCDs include cardiovascular diseases of cardiac arrest(n=555, 88.66%), mitral valve prolapse, aortic valve stenosis, acute myocarditis, and coronary artery aneurysm disease. In relation to these, ECG to a history and physical examination prevention and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) programs may help reduce the risk of SCD.
Design of Encounter-Based Social Network in Mobile Application published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
S.Niranjani, A.Rathna? The mobile social networks are likely to a large extent enhance interaction with mobile users and shared the information in encounter-based social network. In this encounter traditional social network as opposed users abuse the information’s. So this new approach challenges network basically different by previous social network designs. In this paper, we propose design for encounter-based mobile social network using security for location and encounter privacy. Here also we explore different requirements for these new systems. We present a system by which devices who shared a physical location and time can be matched by a central server. To highlight of these challenges network it was designed for specifically secure centralized server. Centralized servers cannot always be relied upon to protect data confidentially. So we describes the design of SMILE, is secure for a privacy-protection “missed-connections” service for mobile users. It also provides services using mobile devices without relying on trusted coordinating server. Here SMILE design using key exchange protocols. We develop cryptography hash technique for protect the information through the mobile application. This paper presents a design of secure encounter-based social network by implementing in android application called MeetUp.
A STUDY ON CLOUD BASED ENCRYPTED DATA USING MULTI - KEYWORD RANKED SEARCH SCHEME published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S. Rekha*, V. Vinodhini, N. Vanitha Cloud computing is completely internet - based approaches where all data’s and files are shared on a cloud. Data ownership in the cloud with increasing performance and range of offering, more and more enterprises is opting to take their services into the cloud. They are motivated to outsource their complex data management systems from local sites to commercial public cloud for more flexibi lity and economic savings. To protect the data privacy, cloud providers to build services that protect integrity of systems and the data itself. The perceptive data has to be encrypted before outsourcing for privacy, in which data utilization based on plai ntext keyword search. To enable the data encryption in cloud, multi keyword search scheme is proposed. Related works on searchable encryption focus on single keyword search or Boolean keyword search, and rarely differentiate the search results. In this pap er, we proposed cloud based multi keyword search and privacy requirement for secure cloud data.
Studies on effect of interval of basin watering in ber cv. Banarasi Karka through farmers’ acceptable approach published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
S. N. GHOSH, 1B. BERA AND 1S. ROY An investigation was made to find out the effect of interval of watering on control of fruit drop and to improve the yield in ber cv. Banarasi Karka cultivar of ber grown in laterite soil. There were six treatments which included as application of basin watering @ 60 litres/plant, applied at 15, 20, 25, 30 days (at two different dates )interval and no watering (control). Tree basin was mulched with grasses in all the treatments including control. The result of two years of investigation revealed that basin watering @ 60 liters /plant at 20 days interval started from 20th October and continued upto 5th January resulted in highest fruit retention (42%) which consequently resulted in highest fruit yield of 14.6 kg/plant as against 6.2 kg–1/plant in control. Maximum in fruit weight, pulp percentage and ascorbic acid content in fruit were also significantly noted from plants, watered at 20 days interval.
UPAYA INTEGRASI DIKOTOMI SISTEM PENDIDIKAN ISLAM (Telaah Terhadap Islamisasi Ilmu Pengetahuan dalam Transformasi IAIN Menuju UIN) published in

At-Tajdid : Jurnal Ilmu Tarbiyah

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Tarbiyah Muhammadiyah Pacitan a
UMI HANIFAH This writing aims to examine the dichotomy phenomenon of Islamic education system and perceptions in finding solution in reconstructing Islamic education system to be integral and holistic. And find new paradigm of Islamic education system which has guarantee for better future and relevant with its character of islam. This study conducted by reviewing intensively the essence of Islamic education and the result of research relating with islamization of knowledge and its operational form in facing the problem of the dichotomy of Islamic education system. From the investigation formulated that concept like paradigm of islamization of social knowledge has left over many complicated problem that can inhibit social knowledge establishment. One of the problems is the quantity of teachers, especially in State Islamic Institute (IAIN) who have enough knowledge about Islam. But their knowledge of the discipline of applied science is totally less. Because of that, islamization of knowledge through the transformation from State Islamic institute (IAIN) to State Islamic University (UIN) considered as the effort to integrate the variety of knowledge and eliminate the dichotomy between general science and religious science also to implement Islamic doctrine professionally in social life.
Constitutional role of President of Romania and its relations with Parliament and Government published in

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Dr. Nemtoi Gabriela In Romanian constitutional system the presidential institution is part of the executive and so it holds the crucial position which enshrines the balance between government and parliament. Thanks to becefalic organizer of the executive power, the constitutional prerogatives established between the president and prime minister are different, the goal being that there are no conflicts of executive skills in politics. The topic so approached will reveal a number of attributes that are conferred to presidential institution in relation to other bodies of power of Parliament and Government. It should be appreciated that in the Romanian constitutional system presidential institution and the Government institution have different legitimacy, because they come from different political wills. Thus, the President of Romania - is the result of popular elections as electoral body while the government is formed after the appointment of the Prime Minister by the President and strengthened by the vote of investiture of Parliament. In this context we motivate dominant position enjoyed by Institute president.
A SURVEY ON SUPERVISED METHOD FOR DETECTION OF MALWARE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

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Dr. Firdous Ansari, Dr. Ashutosh Kumar Dixit Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of mortality globally. It is the second most common cancer among Indian women. This study is a critical review of literature which includes different aspects viz. socio-economic and demographic factors,use of oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy and knowledge attitude and practice of breast self examination. In the last section of the study discussion is made for further research point of view. Discussion On the basis of studies considered, we come to know that in late seventies and eighties, there was a great lack of awareness about breast health and after around one century western world started to become aware about the BC. Today we know several risk factors of this disease but it seems that there is a need to work in such a way that can predict the risk of getting BC on the basis of information for combination of different risk factor for example for a women of a particular age at menarche, given age at marriage and given age at first full term pregnancy, what would be the risk that she will diagnosed with BC in premenopausal or in postmenopausal years?
Implementation of Password Guessing Resistant Protocol (PGRP) to Prevent Online Attacks? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
M.YUVARAJ, A.R.BHARATHIDASAN, N.KUMAR? The inadequacy of login protocols designed to address large scale online dictionary attacks (e.g., from a botnet of hundreds of thousands of nodes). Brute force and dictionary attacks on password-only remote login services are now widespread and emerging technique. Convenient login for legitimate users while preventing such attacks is a difficult problem. Automated Turing Tests (ATTs) continue to be an effective, easy-to-deploy approach to identify automated malicious login attempts with reasonable cost of inconvenience to users. In this paper, we propose a protocol called Password Guessing Resistant Protocol (PGRP), derived upon revisiting recent proposals designed to avoid such attacks. In PGRP limits the total number of login attempts from unknown remote users to as low as a single attempt per username, the users in most cases (e.g., when attempts are made from known, frequently-used machines) can make multiple failed login attempts before being challenged with an ATT. We evaluate the performance of PGRP with two realworld data sets and find out more than the existing proposals.
SORTING OF FRUITS BASED ON RIPENESS LEVEL,SWEETNESS AND ROTTENING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Sonali Gaikwad, Sarika Chavan, Shraddha Angre In this method, an image of fruits is firstly taken by web camera.then it will pass to pc through USB to serial converter cable.after image is recived it will save in matlab for processing .using image [processing the ripeness and rottening detection takes place.for sweetness we are using soil moisture sen sor which is a non distructive method for sweetness detection.according to voltage sweetness value will be display on LCD display.according to the detection value the sorting will be takes place using conveyor belt which work by PIC controller.for sorting purpose we are using conveyor belt drive by DC motor.
DEVELOPMENT OF LOOP MEDIATED ISOTHERMAL AMPLIFICATION (LAMP) MARKER FOR AUTHENTICATION FOR VARIETY OF STEVIA REBAUDIANA (BERTONI) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sunanda Singh1*, Veena Garg1 and Deepak Yadav2 A LAMP-based molecular marker was designed for simple and rapid identification of medicinal plant Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) for five different accessions over India. The LAMP-based molecular was developed through randomly amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD). A common RAPD band among all accessions was eluted and cloned. Now it was sequenced and LAMP primers were designed by these sequences. This technique hires a DNA polymerase and a set of four specially designed primers that recognize a total of six distinct sequences on the target DNA. In LAMP reaction the amplification was carried out in a water bath at 65°C for 50 min, which was followed by monitoring DNA amplification with the naked eye through color changes with the help of SYBER Green I. The data showed confirmatory florescence under UV transilluminator. Hence, the technique is quick, delicate and reasonable; it is a feasible method for identifying and authentication of S. rebaudiana. The method could become a beneficial and convenient technique for medicinal plant S. rebaudiana so that adulterants can identified easily.
OPTIMISATION OF WIND TURBINE WITH DIFFUSER USING CFD TOOL published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. K Prakash , R. Sreeju , S. Vijaychandran , A.R. Sridharan wind turbine or wind power plant is a device that converts kinetic energy from the wind into electric current. Mechanical energy is simply created when the wind turbine blades spin and a generator is turned, thus producing electricity. Diffuser can incre ase turbine power output primarily by increasing mass flow rate through the blades because of controlled diffusion of the turbine wake which which lowers the exit plane pressure considerably below atmospheric, and secondarily by reducing blade tip losses. The principle object of this project is to fully assess comparison of angular velocity and moment with the effect of the shape parameter on the diffuser performances. This behaviour is partly observed when turbine is mounted within the diffuser.
Texture Unit based Monocular Real-world Scene Classification using SOM and KNN Classifier published in

ACEEE International Journal on Signal & Image Processing

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

American Research Journal of English and Literature

Published by American Research Journals
Md. Amir Hossain This article attempts to focus on the limitation of societal relationship, individual freedom, helplessness of the bourgeois community, the pelf and power of the corruptive political party, the authoritarian policy of the compact majority, hypocrites and rottenness, the elasticity of individual affinity and kinship in the capitalist society, and everlasting conflict and contrast between truth and false. Here, I have also discussed rebellion, revolution and creation through applying critical comments of Camus as impacted in his famous book, The Rebel. It also bears the testimony of the revolutionary and protesting modes of Ibsen himself through resembling Doctor Stockmann of An Enemy of the People with a view to establishing a pollution and corruption free and fare society and community of his contemporary age. In this article, my purpose is to expose Stockmann as an embodiment of the 19th century Scandinavian bourgeois society and community. It aims at dealing with Ibsen’s hatred attitude towards contemporary bourgeois politics and politicians. It also deals with his fearlessness, adventurous determination and expedition against the then illegal political ruling system and anarchist tradition
Basics of Dissolved Gas analysis and Case studies for Power Transformers published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Dipak Mehta and Hitesh Jariwala Electrical insulating oils of petroleum origin are extensively used in transformers. The physical, electrical and chemical properties of such oils are subject to change due to environment and electrical stresses. For use in any electrical apparatus the oil has to comply with certain requirements and determination of these properties before filling the apparatus is of utmost importance. It is also equally important to monitor the condition of oil in service. Condition Monitoring of Insulating oil of power transformer is performed by oil contamination and dissolved gas analysis. In Oil contamination test comprise of breakdown voltage, water content, neutralization value, sediment & sludge, resistivity, dielectric dissipation factor, interfacial tension and flash point. DGA analysis is obtained by IEC ratio method, Rogers ratio method, Key gas method and Dual triangle method to distinguish the possible fault types by analyzing the amount of gases dissolved in the insulating oil. Total 108 no’s transformer tested for oil contamination test and dissolved gas analysis. Out of them 3 no’s case study chosen for analyzing Insulating oil condition. Also other 2 no’s case study is chosen from Different industries for analysis purpose.
Retail Forecasting in India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
M.THANGAM, Dr.P.KARTHIKEYAN The retail industry in India is highly fragmented and unorganized. There is very huge potential for the growth of organized retailing. Indian retail industry is gradually inching its way towards becoming the next booming industry. This paper provides detailed information about the growth of retail industry in India. In this paper includes the details about Indian retail sector, Current status about Indian retail industry, overview of global retail industry, projected organized and unorganized retail in India, major players in Indian retail industry. This paper concludes with the likely impact of growth opportunities. It also highlights the importance of innovative methods to be implemented in retail sector.
Access to Health: Problems of the Differently Abled in India published in

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Priya R The United Nations convention guarantees persons with disabilities right to highest standard of health without discrimination. But in reality, the impediments such as Inaccessible buildings and diagnostic equipments, negative/ stereotypical attitude of health professionals or their ignorance, lack of training to communicate with people with hearing/ speech impairment or intellectual disability, inaccessible transport to reach the health centre or sheer expense of treatment etc hinders the right of the disabled persons to access healthcare facilities. The protection of persons with disabilities Act, 1955 and other laws on the protection of disabled persons are silent on the issue. The paper will analyze the issue in the light of legislative framework in domestic level and international level with the recent draft on the right of disabled person’s Bill 2014.
Responses of zygotic embryos of galbanum (Ferulagummosa Boiss.) in in vitro conditions published in

Basic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Review

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Najmeh Hadi, Reza Omidbaigi, Ahmad Moieni Galbanum (Ferula gummosa) is a valuable medicinal-industrial plant native to Iran which is at risk of extinction due to irregular and overharvesting from natural habitats. The objective of the study was to investigate the growth response of zygotic embryos of galbanum, originated from center of Iran, in in vitro conditions. The results however, showed that zygotic embryos of galbanum had not a suitable germination in in vitro conditions. Nevertheless, the best treatment for in vitro germination of embryos was ¼ MS (MS with ¼ macro elements) medium supplemented with 0.3 mg l-1 GA3. The results also showed the embryos had good callus production in ¼ MS medium (MS with ¼ macro elements) supplemented with 2 mg l-1 BA and 10 mg l-1 NAA. Keywords: Galbanum, zygotic embryos, in vitro conditions
TREND OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE IN METAL AND PHARMASUTICALINDUSTRY – AN INDIAN CASE published in

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Sanjay Anandilal Hiran, Dr. Mahendra Sojatia Proportion of debt capital and share capital constitute capital structure of any business organisation. This paper studied the existing pattern or composition of capital structure and debt equity ratio of Metal and Pharma industry which is based on eleven companies engaged in such industry. After comparative analysis followed by ratio analysis it is found and concluded that companies are using both debt and equity financing as a part of its capital structure. The average debt equity ratio in case of Pharma Industry is lower as compared to Metal Industry. The Pharm Industry should pay more attention to debt financing to maximise the value of the share price. Both the industries are advice to maintain a trade-off between debt and equity so as to achieve the objective of optimal capital structure.
SCHOOL PURPOSE AMPLIFIER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
DeokarAditya , Gadge Omkar , Mule Ganesh , Mrs.Bhalla D.A The world over the decade's has made considerable advancement in automation ,automation is employed in home ,industries, commercial & educational sector. In this work ,a microcon troller base automatic school bell timer amplifier is design.When school or collage start the n amplifier is ON & play's the N ational anthem after this the amplifier off automatically & after every period the buzzer play through the speaker. When the last l ecture is fini shed then the national song ( "V andemataram") is play through the amplifier. Then operation is done without any human intervention so we get high degree of accuracy. This kit contains eight different timing interval in only one ic . The timing modes & delay ranges are selected by on board push on switch's. Simply s elect the time delay you want . Timer can display the real time clock in 24 hour mod e.
Aluminium Phosphide Poisoning- Isolated Severe Myocardial Injury. published in

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DR. SHILPA AVAREBEEL,DR. Y.S. RAVIKUMAR,DR. MANTHAPPA.M,DR, PRASANNA KUMAR. H.R,DR, SHASHIDHARA. K.C ALP poisoning is a major cause of suicidal deaths in rural areas of India. Accidental exposure to the chemical is also common and is equally hazardous. Major cause of high mortality is delay in the primary treatment. In this case the patient suffered from cardiogenic shock and severe metabolic acidosis. The key to her survival was early and aggressive management of cardiogenic shock. Magnesium sulphate was used due to its membrane stabilizing action on the myocardium.
Ketika Kekristenan hendak mempercakapkan keberbedaan di atas maka percakapan itu akan didasarkan pada apa yang dipandang sebagai hakikat dari iman Kristen. Dan menurut Paul F, Knitter, jika hendak menggunakan hakikat Kekristenan maka pengungkapan itu senantiasa berkaitan dengan, dan mempunyai dasar serta berpusat pada Yesus Kristus. Ini berarti bahrva bagaimana percakapan tentang keberbedaan di atas bergantung pada Kristologi yang ada di balik percakapan tersebut. Persoalannya hingga saat ini ada begitu banyak pemahaman tentang Yesus Kristus dalam komunitas Kristen. Bahkan dari awal mulainya sejarah Kekrisrenan tercatat bahwa pengikut-Nya telah merumuskan beragam pemahaman tentang diri-Nya. Bakan pada penulis Injil pun menggambarkan Yesus Kristus dengan beragam pemahaman. Kenyataan ini menunjukkan bahwa konteks sangat berpengaruh dalam merumuskan Kristus yang diimani oleh pada pengikut-Nya. Hal inilah yang mendorong penulis mencoba unruk memberikan gambaran ringkas (sketsa) satu tema dalam kristologis yang seringkali menjadi persoalan dalam konteks kemajemukan agama. published in

Jurnal jaffray

Published by Sekolah Tinggi Theologia Jaffray
Rudy Harold Ketika Kekristenan hendak mempercakapkan keberbedaan di atas maka percakapan itu akan didasarkan pada apa yang dipandang sebagai hakikat dari iman Kristen. Dan menurut Paul F, Knitter, jika hendak menggunakan hakikat Kekristenan maka pengungkapan itu senantiasa berkaitan dengan, dan mempunyai dasar serta berpusat pada Yesus Kristus. Ini berarti bahrva bagaimana percakapan tentang keberbedaan di atas bergantung pada Kristologi yang ada di balik percakapan tersebut. Persoalannya hingga saat ini ada begitu banyak pemahaman tentang Yesus Kristus dalam komunitas Kristen. Bahkan dari awal mulainya sejarah Kekrisrenan tercatat bahwa pengikut-Nya telah merumuskan beragam pemahaman tentang diri-Nya. Bakan pada penulis Injil pun menggambarkan Yesus Kristus dengan beragam pemahaman. Kenyataan ini menunjukkan bahwa konteks sangat berpengaruh dalam merumuskan Kristus yang diimani oleh pada pengikut-Nya. Hal inilah yang mendorong penulis mencoba unruk memberikan gambaran ringkas (sketsa) satu tema dalam kristologis yang seringkali menjadi persoalan dalam konteks kemajemukan agama.
ACCOUNTING EDUCATION AT FACULTY OF ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE IN KYRGYZSTAN UNIVERSITIES AND EXPECTATION OF STUDENTS FROM ACCOUNTING EDUCATION, A CASE STUDY IN BISHKEK published in

Reserach Journal of Business and Management (RJBM)

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Selcuk Kendirli, Yakup Ulker, Adilya Yamaltdinova Rapid changes in the application of enterprise has had a dominant effect on accounting education in the globalized world. While the continuous and rapidly changing process, it is becoming more important for the financial statement users to obtain true and trustworthy knowledge from accounting education at the university level. The financial language of accounting must be adopted as part of these changes. Accounting must produce true and trustworthy knowledge for the enterprises. There is a lot of effectiveness to increase the efficiency of accounting education for graduate. However, firstly, it must meet the needs of learners, and the effectiveness of accounting education should be evaluated. The results of this research must be used to redesign accounting education; this is crucial for improving the effectiveness of accounting education. Accounting education reform should take into account the needs and applications of the accounting occupation. Theory and application are linked, so old knowledge and new knowledge must be synthesized.
CROSS-INSTITUION COLLABORATION IN CHINESE MEDICINE EDUCATION: CHALLENGES AND IMPLEMENTATION published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
J.P. Chen, T.P. Yum, Q.B. Ye, B. Jia Chinese medicine shows it characteristics in various aspects including health services, research and education. Globalization also takes places in this profession with the increasing cultural interflow between the East and the West. Cross-institution collaboration is increasingly popular among institution in higher education. The benefit brought from the cross-institution collaboration might possibly fit students in the globalization changes. Across-institution and region collaboration teaching projects have been initiated by the University of Hong Kong and the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. A Chinese medicine topic was selected and delivered with Problem-based learning. Blended learning was adopted in teaching and learning activities allowing students to interact with students from other institutes in online components. The experience shows possible ways in achieving the collaboration including flexible design, early resources identification, standardizing the differences and communication supported with advanced technology. Blended learning and asynchronous learning are suggested in the pedagogical design for cross-institution collaboration teaching projects. It gives both flexibility and feasibility in implementing the teaching and learning activities. The experience shows both challenges and benefit in implementing cross-institution collaboration teaching projects. This experience might bring a positive atmosphere in education advancement and further collaborative initiatives from different institutions. Keywords: Chinese Medicine Education, Cross-institution and Region Collaboration, Online Problem-based Learning
Risk Management Techniques: Do They Pay Off? published in

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Dr. Bansi R. Shah "Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing"- very rightly said by Warren Buffet because risk is troublesome when one is unable to manage them. One thing can be done here that not to take risk. But risk avoidance is not the practical and possible way all the time and the person has to bear it. In such kind of situation risk management techniques are boon to the investors. In financial risk management derivatives play a significant role. In the present study the researcher has studied - Derivatives as a risk management technique. The researcher has taken currency futures as the sample and explored how it can maximize the pay off or minimize the loss under the three market positions taken by the investor: Hedging, Arbitrage and speculation. The researcher has taken numeric examples and with hedging strategies and steps tested weather these techniques pay off or not. The researcher has formulated the research questions and through the calculation on the numerical data found that yes, the risk management technique pays off. The researcher has also tried to elaborate the types of derivatives and their implications in the present study. As all medicines are for the betterment of health, but the medicine is to be given according to the disease to be cured same in case of risk management techniques. All the techniques are not useful in all the situations. It should be chosen by considering several factors. This decision making process can be perfect only by the knowledge and experience as the popular saying goes,
A RARE CASE OF CUTANEOUS DRAIN SITE METASTASIS SECONDARY TO GASTRIC ADENOCARCINOMA published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.Sunil Kumar B.B, Dr.Mahesh Shetty, Dr.Dileep M, Dr.Lakshman. Cutaneous metastasis from intra abdominal malignant solid tumors such as gastric adenocarcinoma is very rare1.Development of cutaneous metastasis after gastric carcinoma resection indicates tumor recurrence and disseminated disease2.Here we present a case of 61 yr old male patient operated for carcinoma stomach underwent radical gastrectomy with D 2 lymphadenectomy and 3 months later developed a growth at the drain site which was found to be metastatic adenocarcinoma.
ON SOME ALGORITHMS FOR CONSTRUCTING NON-STANDARD CHARTS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Karabek Yertayevich Yertayev; Alexandr Nikolayevich Shevtsov In this article are developed algorithms of complex graphs to a method of analysis of economic data in quadrants.
GENDER INEQUALITY………… THE CURSE OF SOCIETY published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Prof. (Dr.) Subhasish Chatterjee, Lt. Col. (Rtd.) Dipali Chatterjee Our father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi remarked that "Womanhood is not restricted to the kitchen", he also told that "Only when the woman is liberated from the slavery of the kitchen, that her true spirit may be discovered”. But unfortunately “By and large women staying in rural area are underprivileged and sustain a very pitiable quality of life. The insufficiency of primary education of women is one of the important factors for underestimation. So far as women health is concerned in rural area they are the most deprived population in India. This paper is trying to bring out the factors that are responsible for gender inequality and to understand about the inequality in sharing of ancestral land. Furthermore it has also been tried to find out that how far ritual process of rural area is responsible for gender inequality. This is elementary study conducted only in one village with an intention to a carry out the same pattern of research in an immense process in future.
A Critical Analysis of the Support Provided by the Government and the Legal System for the Maintenance and Welfare of the Elderly published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Aishwarya Deb, Prithwish Roy Chowdhury It hardly needs to be emphasised that due to the rising life expectancy across the country, there has been a significant rise in the number of older persons in our country too. We all know that India has had a long-standing tradition of giving the older persons a position of respect in all spheres of life. However, the position and status of the elderly in the contemporary society is being undermined due to several factors including the breakdown of the joint family system. The objective of this paper is to analyse the various reliefs provided by the Indian Legal System and the Government, for the maintenance and well being of the elderly.
Performance and Emission Characteristics of Nano Engine Running on Plastic Oil Extract published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
T.Shanmuga vadivel, P.Balashanmugam, T.Sivakumar The reserves of petroleum based fuels are being rapidly depleted, because of the increased use of fossil fuels for energy production. It is well known that the future availability of energy resources as well as the need for reducing the emission from the fuels used has increased the need for the utilization of regenerative fuels.. In this study, the effects ethanol-gasoline blend with Waste Plastic derived oil in a twin cylinder Nano engine was investigated. This project aims at using the Waste Plastic derived oil as an alternate fuel in petrol engines. The performance and emission tests were conducted in a NANO engine. The main aim of this project is to find a solution to the mounting problem of waste plastic disposal, for which the plastics are converted into useable fuel. The test fuels were prepared using 99.9% pure ethanol and gasoline with WPO blend, in the ratio of E5 + 5 WPO, E15 + 15 WPO, E25 + 25 WPO and the rest gasoline. The experimental results reveal an increase in brake thermal efficiency for the blends when compared to that of sole fuel. During this investigation, the emission tests are made with the help of the AVL di gas analyzer, in which CO, CO2 , HC, NOx is appreciably reduced and O2 is increased for all the blends when compared to gasoline as the sole fuel.
Prospective and Retrospective Study of CT Guided Bone Biopsy published in

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Dr. Ajit Mahale, Dr. Keerthiraj B, Dr. Merwyn Fernandes, Dr. Chanabasappa Chavadi, Dr. Devika C, Dr. Shaloo Aims : 1. To establish definitive diagnosis of bone pathology by means of CT- guided core needle bone biopsy. 2. Comparison of pre-biopsy radiological diagnosis with post biopsy HPE confirmation Methods and materials : 50 patients used in the study. Conducted at Department of Radio diagnosis, Kasturba Medical College and other affiliated hospitals, Manipal University , Mangalore Grid method of CT marking in Bright speed / Light speed GE CT equipment. 12gaugeguide with 14 gauge core biopsy Ackermann needle Results : Our study shows Percutaneous CT guided bone biopsy has higher accuracy rate 1. Diagnostic accuracy varies between 70-93%. 2. For high grade malignant lesions, accuracy rate of definitive diagnosis was more than 90 %. 3. For benign neoplastic lesions, accuracy rate was 80 % 4. For infectious processes, accuracy rate was lower 50% Conclusions: Percutaneous CT guided bone biopsy is considered nowadays procedure of choice in musculoskeletal lesions in our institution.
Effect of Tratak Candle Flame Meditation on Concentration and Memory Level of the College Athletics Team published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Binod Chowdhary The study was conducted to assess the “Effect of Tratak candle flame Meditation on Concentration and Memory level of the college Athletics team”. The subjects for this study were 37 college students of B.A/B.SC from Seva Bharati Mahavidyalaya, Kapgari. The student went through yogic practice of Tratak Candle flame Meditation for twelve weeks training program of 20 minutes during morning session. Pre- test data was collected in the beginning of the training and after the completion of eight weeks training programme, Post-test was conducted. The score of the Pre-test and Post-test were statistically analyzed by employing-test’ at 0.05 level of significance. A significant improvement in the variable was found as the effect of Agnisar training.
SINONASAL POLYPOSIS AND FUNGUS: A GROWING RELATIONSHIP published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Atif Hafeez Siddiqui, Arsalan Ahmed Sheikh,Tariq Zahid Khan, M. Saleem Marfani & Arif Ali OBJECTIVES: To determine the frequency of underlying fungus in nose and paranasal sinuses in patients present with nasal polyposis. METHODOLOGY:A total of 324 patients presented with nasal polyps were included in this study. Data collected from all the patients admitted in ENT department with diagnosis of nasal polyposis. All the relevant information about their presenting symptoms was recorded in a proforma. Post operatively the removed material was sent for histopathology and fungal culture. Later the findings of biopsy and culture reports were also recorded and analysed. RESULTS: Out of 324 patients 159 were males and 165 were females. Underlying fungus was present in 226(69.75%) and out of them, 102(45.13%) were males and 124(54.86%) were females with a P value of 0.039. The mean age was 25.95 ± 9.32 (15-45) years for the patient with fungus. Aspergillus was the commonest organism found. CONCLUSION: Underlying fungus was found in a significantly high number of patients presented with nasal polyps and Aspergillus was the commonest organism found.
THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CONCEPT «HUMAN POTENTIAL» 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�
Gayduk Ivan The subject of the article is theoretical foundations of the human development as an economic category and clarification and systematization its parts. The aim of the article is determination (opening) of key terms of theory of human potential, consideration him basic constituents and exposure of economic maintenance in the context of community development. Methodology work of this article is general scientific methods of cognition, generalization, method of comparative analysis, statistical and other methods of research. Results of research. The theoretical aspects of category are analysed «human potential», the terms of forming and improvement of human potential are considered in the period of innovative development of Ukraine. The phenomenology of human development and human potential is exposed. Scope of results of research. The results of the research can be applied in practical economic and administrative activities. Conclusions. Human potential is the combined possibilities of separate man or populations of country, region, other association to economic, social activity and to own development. The main features of category «development of human potential» is indissoluble unity of concentrated in the man of individual, social and biophysical internalss, that needs practical actions interests of development of individual.
A VALIDATED RP-HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF ISOSORBIDE DINITRATE AND HYDRALAZINE IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
S. Annapurna Priyadarshika*, Dr. M. Prasada Rao, M. Srikanth, A rapid and precise reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic method has been developed for the validated of Isosorbide dinitrate and Hydralazine, in its pure form as well as in tablet dosage form. Chromatography was carried out on a Symmetry C18 (4.6 x 150mm, 5?m) column using a mixture of Methanol: TEA pH 4.2 (40:60) as the mobile phase at a flow rate of 1.0ml/min, the detection was carried out at 272 nm. The retention time of the Isosorbide dinitrate and Hydralazine was 2.781, 4.048 ±0.02min respectively. The method produce linear responses in the concentration range of 5-25mg/ml of Isosorbide dinitrate and 9.375-46.875 mg/ml of Hydralazine. The method precision for the determination of assay was below 2.0%RSD. The method is useful in the quality control of bulk and pharmaceutical formulations.
A Method for the Determination of Backup/Primary Relay Pairs for Coordination of Directional Relays published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
N. A. Laway A novel method is developed to determine the backup/primary relay pairs for use in relay coordination programmes. Backup/primary relay pairs are essential for determining setting of directional overcurrent relays and directional distance relays in a multi-loop complex power transmission system. The algorithm developed is based upon the powerful network scanning capabilities of the linked list type of data structure known as LINKNET. The method developed has been applied to fi nd the coordinating relay pairs for the IEEE 14-bus, the SPC 26-bus, the IEEE 57-bus and the IEEE 118-bus power transmission systems with encouraging results.
Development of Aluminum Foams by Different Methods and Evaluation of its Density by Archimedes Principle published in

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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.
Glocalization, Perception, Application and Pedagogy of Social Science Teachers published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Arts and Sciences

Published by Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
ROME B. MORALISTA, DR. GABRIEL C. DELARIARTE This study aimed to identify the perception of teachers about glocalization in teaching social science subject. Qualitative methodology was utilized in the study. Findings revealed that the respondents believed that as exceptional local and global educators, they should be less ethnocentric and more empathetic. Findings revealed that respondents believed they should be less ethnocentric and more empathetic as local and global educators. Furthermore, by attending in-service training, travel or study abroad, joining international conferences, and fora, attending graduate school, readings, and use of internet, subscribing professional magazines and joining professional organizations such as ADHIKA or BAKAS. They can diversify the lives of students, teachers with rich resources through which attending graduate studies to teach about different groups and their experiences and well-trained teachers, are obliged to provide students with knowledge and experiences that will enable them to incorporate global perspectives in their classes.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF MULTILAYERED TABLETS OF METFORMIN, TELMISARTAN AND GLIPIZIDE FOR THE COMBINATION THERAPY OF DIABETES AND HYPERTENSION published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mogili Vijaya Krishna*, T. Venkateswara Rao1 The main aim of the present investigation is to formulate and evaluate the Multi layered tablet for the combination therapy of Diabetes and Hypertension. In the present investigation the multilayered tablet mainly contain three drug layers. The first layer is an immediate release oro dispersible layer, the second layer is conventional release layer & the 3rd layer is sustained release layer to maintain the steady state concentrations of drug in the blood. In present investigation the tablet contain 3 major drugs i.e. Glipizide, Metformin and Telmisartan which are present in different layers. In this Metformin layer is upper layer which is an oro- dispersible layer & is released in the mouth produce immediate action. Metformin has the anti- diabetic activity. Below this a flavor layer is present which gives the sense of taste to the patient .When the patient get the sense of taste immediately he will swallow the remaining tablet. The remaining part of tablet contains two layers. One layer is telmisartan conventional release layer which has anti -hypertensive activity &the second layer is Glipizide sustained release layer which maintain the steady state concentration. It has anti diabetic activity.
THE ECONOMIC AND ACCOUNTING APPROACH TO SERVICES published in

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

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

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mr. Alok Sharma, Dr. Inder Singh Pal The purpose of the study was to compare the sprinters and hurdlers in selected coordinative abilities namely Differentiation Ability, Balance Ability and Rhythm Ability. The subjects for this study were fifteen athletes and fifteen hurdlers (N=30), aged 18-25 years, who were training at DDA Athletic Academy situated at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi.For the analysis of selected coordinative abilities, descriptive statistics and independent t-test was applied. The result revealed that the hurdlers were having similar Differentiation Ability in comparison to sprinters. In terms of balancing ability the sprinters and hurdlers were also having similar balancing abilities. The result also revealed that the mean rhythm ability of the sprinters and hurdlers were also same level. In the other two coordinative abilities namely differentiation ability and rhythm ability there was no significant difference was found in the performance of sprinters and hurdlers (p<0.05).
WATER QUALITY INDEX OF GROUND WATER IN AND AROUND TIRUNELVELI DISTRICT, TAMIL NADU, INDIA. published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
J.Sirajudeen*, M.Kadhar Mohidheen** and R.Abdul Vahith* The present work is aimed to water quality index (WQI) for the groundwater samples collected in and around Sivagiri and Tenkasi taluks, Tirunelveli District during the year 2012. For calculating the WQI, the following 11 parameters have been considered: pH, EC, TDS, TH, DO, COD, BOD, Cl-, NO3, Ca and Mg .The WQI for these samples ranged greater than 75(170.3) .The analysis reveals that the groundwater for all the samples indicating that the water is and unfit for drinking and domestic purpose of the area needs some degree of treatment before consumption and it also needs to be protected from the perils of contamination.
Effect of Gestational Length in the Width of the Neonatal Line of Teeth published in

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G. Priya, S. P. Jaiprabhu, P. Priya Neonatal line (NNL) is a prominent microscopic feature which separates the enamel formed during intrauterine life from that formed in extrauterine life. The aim of the present study was to calculate the average width of the NNL in the first permanent molar enamel of 10 children. Out of which five were born to mothers with normal gestational week (?39) and five were born to mothers with lesser/reduced gestationalweek (?37). The parents of the children were given questionnaire containing questions about the course of pregnancy. All collected teeth were sectioned in the mesiodistal direction using an abrasive Lathe wheel and examined under a light microscope. The average width of the NNL in children born with reduced gestational week was thicker compared to the children born to normal gestational week. In conclusion this study suggests that the length or duration of the gestational week is responsible for the degree of expression of the NNL.
Histocytological Correlation Study of Salivary Gland Lesions. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr.Reetesh Kumar gujar, Dr.Rohit Bhalara, Dr.Jagdish Dalsania, Dr. S.R.Talwelkar, Dr.Gauravi Dhruva Background: Salivary gland neoplasm are characterised by their wide variety as well as histologic diversity within same tumour and insufficient tumor cells make their diagnosis difficult in some patients. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) in the diagnosis of salivary gland lesions and to correlate cytological findings with histopathology. Materials and Methods: A prospective study of FNAC of salivary gland lesions was carried out along with its histopathological correlation starting from January 2011 to June 2013 at the P.D.U. Medical College and Hospital, Rajkot, Gujarat (India). Total 80 salivary gland aspirates were done and was followed by histopathological examination. Results: FNAC categorized 46.2% lesions as non neoplastic and 53.75% as neoplastic. Histopathological examination revealed that 45% were Nonneoplastic Lesions and 55% were Neoplastic Lesions. Among the lesions 45% were Inflammatory, 46.25% were Benign and 8.75% were Malignant. Most common salivary gland to be involved was Parotid Gland (76.2%). Sensitivity of FNAC was 71.4%, Specificity was 95.9% and Diagnostic Accuracy was 93.75%. Conclusion: Aspiration cytology is very useful and time saving and has high sensitivity, specificity and diagnostic accuracy. It is a cost effective procedure and cuts down the waiting period between the patient’s first visit to the clinicians and establishment of definitive diagnosis and specific line of therapy. The main utility of FNAC of salivary gland lesions is to classify them in inflammatory, benign and malignant.
A VALIDATED STABILITY INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF ABACAVIR, LAMIVUDINE AND DOLUTEGRAVIR IN BULK AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
N. Khaleel1* and Sk. Abdul Rahaman2 A new simple, precise, selective, accurate and rapid reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic stability indicating method had been developed and validated for simultaneous quantitative determination of Abacavir, Lamivudine and Dolutegravir in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form. The chromatographic separation was achieved with Inertsil ODS 250×4.6 mm, 5?m particle size column. The optimized mobile phase consisting of pH 3.0 Phosphate buffer: Acetonitrile: Methanol (50:20:30 %v/v). The flow rate was 1.0 mL/min and eluents were detected at 257 nm using PDA detector. The retention time of Lamivudine, Abacavir and Dolutegravir were found to be 2.169, 2.676 and 6.367 respectively. The percentage recoveries for Lamivudine, Abacavir and Dolutegravir were found to be in the range of 98.01 -101.5 %, 99.20 – 101.67 % and 98.35 - 102.14 %. The calibration curve was constructed between peak area vs concentration and demonstrated good linear in the range of 15 -90 ?g/ml for Lamivudine, 30-180 ?g/ml for Abacavir and 2.5-15 ?g/ml for Dolutegravir. Degradation studies were studied for Abacavir, Lamivudine and Dolutegravir under various stress conditions such as acid hydrolysis, base hydrolysis, oxidation, thermal, photochemical and UV. All the degradation peaks were resolved effectively using developed method with different retention times. The developed method was validated according to ICH guidelines. As the method could effectively separates the degradation products from active ingredient, it can be used for routine analysis of drug both in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form.
Immunohistochemical Diagnosis of Breast Cancer Cases with Prognostic Markers: ER, PR & HER2/1 Neu. published in

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Arup Bhaumik, Shikha Das, Sandeep Roy Sarkar, Payel Chakraborty, Biswajit Chowdhury Immunohistochemistry is increasingly used in the assessment of markers for breast cancer prognosis. A hospital based study was done to scrutinize the various histopathological facets of breast cancer patients along with endocrine therapy. The size of the sample was 55, ranging in age group between 22 to 70 years female patients of Tripura. The most common scoring method used was the H-score which takes into consideration the staining intensity in conjunction with the percentage of cells staining positively in breast carcinoma tissue.They were further divided into estrogen receptor sensitivity, progesterone receptor sensitivity and HER2/neu sensitivity. Results are presented to formulate ultimately a strategy for sustainable integrative model in the management of breast cancer. Our study supports IHC classification as a clinical tool,since ER, PR & HER2/neu testing is widely available at a reasonable cost.
BOOSTING APPROACH TO EARLY BANKRUPTCY PREDICTION FROM MULTIPLE-YEAR FINANCIAL STATEMENTS published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Yuta Takata, Tadaaki Hosaka, Hiroshi Ohnuma Predicting business failure is primarily composed of two processes: selecting financial indicators and constructing a prediction model. Many traditional studies separate these two tasks and do not guarantee the entire process optimization. We have, thus far, used the AdaBoost algorithm to integrate a selection of indicators and a construction of a prediction model within a single coherent framework. However, this model is only valid for one-year of future predictions. The study in this article attempts to extend our method to predict business failures earlier by using time-series financial data. We define several types of financial ratios which are generated from two arbitrary items in the time-series balance sheets, profit-and-loss statements and cash flow statements as candidates of indicators. Further, our boosting-based method selects an effective combination of financial ratios and derives a discrimination function, which can predict companies’ bankruptcy within a few years. Evaluation experiments indicate that our method can produce predictions one year ahead of bankruptcy with an identification rate of 82.9%. Moreover, the following three ratios are demonstrated as the most powerful indicators: 1) Retained earnings (present value)/ Current assets (present value);2) Valuation, translation adjustments, and others (the difference between the most recent two years) / Capital stock(present value); and 3) Loss on disposal, valuation of other assets (sum over the most recent two years) / Capital stock (sum over the most recent two years). Keywords: Business Failure, AdaBoost, Time-series Financial Data.
The Information Panopticon in the Big Data Era published in

Journal of Organization Design

Published by Organizational Design Community
Martin Berner, Enrico Graupner, Alexander Maedche Taking advantage of big data opportunities is challenging for traditional organizations. In this article, we take a panoptic view of big data – obtaining information from more sources and making it visible to all organizational levels. We suggest that big data requires the transformation from command and control hierarchies to post-bureaucratic organizational structures wherein employees at all levels can be empowered while simultaneously being controlled. We derive propositions that show how to best exploit big data technologies in organizations.
The Antidiabetic Drug Metformin and Male Reproductive Function: An Overview published in

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Meneses MJ1,2, Sousa M2,3, Alves MG1*, Oliveira PF1,2* -
Comparative Study on Speed and Cardio-Vascular Endurance of Manipuri And Tamilnadu Football Players published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Himangsu Poddar, Dr. P. K. Subramaniam The purpose of the investigation was comparing the Manipuri and Tamilnadu Football players on speed and cardiovascular endurance. The subjects were selected from Annamalai University's football players. The subjects were selected randomly for the purpose of this study. The total subject consisted forty (N=40). 20 Manipuri football players and 20 Tamilnadu football players. The age groups were 18 to 25 years. To compare on Speed and cardio-vascular endurance of Manipuri and Tamilnadu football players those were studied in Annamalai University. Speed was measured by 50 meter dash and cardio-vascular endurance was measured by cooper's 12 munities run and walk test. The level of confidence to the 't' ratio was fixed at 0.05 level for significance, which was considered enough for the purpose of the study. It was concluded after obtaining the result of the study that there was no significant difference on speed and cardio-vascular endurance between Manipuri and Tamailnadu football players
Improvement of Soil for some Villages of Shehra Taluka by Measuring Potassium Elements. Dist : Panchmahals (Gujarat) India published in

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K. P. Patel Quality of the soil is important part for growth of any plants related with the crops. Various parameters like Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), PH and total Organic Carbon help the soil for improvement of this quality. ?is study give information to the farmers available Potassium in soil and how to improve the crops in the land of Shehra Taluka Dist : Panchmahals. ?e fertility index for Potassium for Shehra Taluka 1.26 to 6.5. ?is information will help farmers to decided the problems related to soil nutrients amount of Fertilizer to be added to soil to make to the production economic.
Isolation, Screening and Molecular Characterization of Chromium Reducing Cr (VI) Pseudomonas Species published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
R.Jayalakshmi*and C.S.V. Rama Chandra Rao Microorganisms are known for their ability to metabolize a variety of chemical compounds, including aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, fatty acids and other environmental pollutants. These capabilities make them useful for application as bioremediation agents. Heavy metals found in wastewaters are harmful to the environment and their effects on biological system are very severe. An efficient and economic treatment for their removal and reuse needs to be developed. Microbial metal bioremediation is an efficient strategy due to its low cost, high efficiency and ecofriendly nature. Recently advances have been made in understanding metal-microbe interaction and their application for metal detoxification. Microorganisms in soil are sensitive to the high concentrations of heavy metals like zinc, manganese, cobalt, copper, chromium, cadmium, mercury and silver. Chromium is a toxic heavy metal, which primarily exists in two inorganic forms, Cr (VI) and Cr (III). Chromate [Cr (VI)] is a serious environmental pollutant. The current study aimed to isolate the bacteria which have the potential capacity to reduce the chromium levels. Chromium contaminated soil was collected and analyzed. From the collected soil samples the bacterial isolates were screened and characterized by using the 16s rRNA based PCR amplification. Biochemical tests were performed for the microorganisms isolated from the effluent. As per the present study the isolated Pseudomonas sp was found to reduce 99 % of chromium from the medium in 21 hours.
Oscillations of Third Order Half Linear Neutral Differential Equations published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Hussain A. Mohamad* Layla M. Shehab In this paper the oscillation criterion was investigated for all solutions of the third-order half linear neutral differential equations. Some necessary and sufficient conditions are established for every solution of (a(t)[(x(t)±p(t)x(?(t)) )^'' ]^? )^'+q(t) x^? (?(t))=0, t?t_0, to be oscillatory. Examples are given to illustrate our main results.
Quality improvement of wool fabric using neem extract published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

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

JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT INFO

Published by Readers Insight Publisher
Aftab Ahmed Shaikh, Jamshaid Ahmed, Bilal Ahmad Karachi is the largest and most populous metropolitan city of Pakistan and 7th largest in the world in terms of population with 23 million individuals. It has unique socio-political chemistry, diversity of cultures. Happenings in Karachi greatly influence the whole of the country. Quality of education, particularly in government secondary schools of Karachi dropped during the last few decades that ultimately affected local & countrywide levels in several ways. This study examines the factors that are internally related to the teachers of Secondary schools and their effects on education that is delivered to the students. 144 public sector secondary schools were selected for the study. Factors like professional norms, terms and conditions of service, choice of profession, professional capability and teacher-Student relationship were studied. The results show a highly dejected experience by the teachers. The study shows that generally most of the government teachers are labeled as sub-standard, inadequate with poor delivery of knowledge but there are some specific grounds and complications which are not considered for example without adequate educational environment, resource fulfillment and mental & financial satisfaction it is very difficult for teachers to perform in a productive manner. In the contextual study, the teachers’ service terms/conditions and teachers’ competence have found to be significantly correlated with academic achievements of students. It has been observed that teachers’ are economically & socially struggling for their overall survival. Furth more, there has been a consistent decline in the social status of the teachers. These factors have been mainly contributing to the ever-falling standards of secondary education in Karachi.
OPTIMAZATION OF MACHINING PARAMETER OF ALUMINIUM OXIDE AND SILICON CARBIDE COMPOSITMETARIAL BY USING TAGUCHI METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Suman Swain*, Gurunath Behera, Suvesh Das, Santosh Kumar Tripat Conventional mat erials like Steel, Brass, Aluminum etc will fail without any indication. Cracks initiation, propagation will takes place within a short span. Now a day to overcome this problem, conventional materials are replaced by Aluminum alloy materials. Aluminum allo y materials found to the best alternative with its unique capacity of designing the materials to give required properties. Aluminum matrix composites are wide ranging applications in automobile, aerospace and military industries because of their attracti ve properties such as high strength to weight ratio, high wear resistance, high temperature stability, etc Though most engineering components Aluminum matrix particulate composites are primarily manufactured in near net shape, machining of Metal matrix com posites (MMCs) have joined the group of difficult - to - cut materials because of the inherent abrasiveness of ceramic reinforcements. The main objective of this paper is to study of Machining Parameter and Surface roughness of Aluminum oxide and Silicon Carbi de (Al2O3&SiC) is investigated. Optimum machining condition for maximizing metal removal rate and minimizing the surface roughness is determined using taguchimethod .This paper attempts to establish a comprehensive mathematical model for correlating the in teractive and higher - order influences of various machining parameters using Taguchi method with an L 27 fractional factorial design were selected for the present experiment to obtain the optimal settings of factors and study their effects on multiple perfo rmance characteristics. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) has been performed to verify the fit and adequacy of th e developed mathematical models .
Nephroprotective Potential of Medicinal Plants: a Review published in

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M. Janakiraman, K. Jeyaprakash The present review was discussed about the nephroprotective effect of various medicinal plants against cisplatin induced nephrotoxicity. Cancer is major public health burdens in both developed and developing countries.Cancer affected peoples were taken various type of chemotherapeutic drugs. Among the various chemotherapeutic drugs,cisplatin was widely used by the peoples affected with cancer. When the time of treatment with cisplatin drug against cancer, Cisplatin causes a nephrotoxicity. This nephrotoxicity problem caused by cisplatin drug leads to acute renal failure in cancer affected peoples. Various medicinal plants were used for the treatment of renal failure caused by cisplatin. Hence the review is going on to investigate the nephroprotective medicinal plants against cisplatin induced nephrotoxicity. In this review, more than 50 medicinal plants were discussed along with detailed information regarding about part used, extract used about the protective effect of medicinal plants against cisplatin induced nephrotoxicity in various animal models.
A Case of Devic’s Disease published in

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Dr. A. C. Vaiera Manigandan, Dr. Mohini Singh, Dr. Rajkumar. M, Dr. Immanual Arunkumar -
Sub-Tenon Versus Peribulbar Anesthesia In Phacoemulsification A Comparitive Study published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

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Dr. Erum Shahid, Purpose: The purpose is to compare the effectiveness of Sub-Tenon’s anaesthesia versus Peribulbar anaesthesia for intraoperative analgesia and ocular akinesia during phacoemulsification surgery. Material And Method: This analytic study consisted of 100 patients with simple random sampling, 50 patients in each group. Patients in group A had phacoemulsification under subtenon anaesthesia and patients in group B had the same surgery under peribulbar anaesthesia. Their eye movements and pain during surgery were documented and analyzed .Pearson Chi square test was used to determine the statistical significance. Results: In the group A (Subtenon group) there are 35 (70%) males and in group B (peribulbar group) there were 26 (52%) males. The age range of the patients was between 50-70 years. Pain during surgery in group A is 3 (24%) whereas in group B it is 28 (56%).Eye movements during the procedure of subtenon anesthesia in group A is 13 (26%) whereas eye movements during peribulbar anesthesia in group B is 22 (44%). Chi-square test is used between the eye movements and pain of group A and group B. There p values are less than 0.005 which are significant. Conclusion: Sub-Tenon anaesthesia gains our full recommendation for prospective benefits and elimination of potential fatal hazards like globe perforation, retrobulbar hemorrhage, sub arachnoid injection, imposed by using sharp needle blocks. It calms patient’s fear of sharp needles which raises the anxiety levels even prior to surgery. This technique also provides almost immediate progressive surgery.
MEDIA OBSCENITY AND SOCIAL DISORDER published in

The International Asian Research Journal (TIARJ)

Published by Z. A Malik
Muhammad Riaz Raza Media is the wonderful invention of this age that has commanded the recognition as an agent of socialization. Media has been accused of distorting established cultural values and norms at the same when it has been decreed the sole agent of mass awareness and a useful tool of acquiring knowledge in today’s technology ridden world, One, when talking about media, to quote Shakespeare is left only with the answer: “nothing is either good or bad, thinking make it so.” This qualitative research analysis has its major focus the anti-social behavior of media. The researchers have analyzed the social disorder in the west and have generalized it on their own society on the basis of common grounds. Keywords: Media, socialization, media obscenity, technology, social disorder, East, West.
HAZARD ANALYSIS AND RISK ASSESSMENT IN THERMAL POWER PLANT published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ravindra Rathod*1, Dr. G.D. Gidwani2 and Pulkit Solanky3 This project deals with various types of hazard analysis and finding a risk assessment in thermal power plant. The safe working operation of a thermal plant needs to identify the hazards, assess the associated risks and bring the risks to tolerable level on a continuous basis. There are several unsafe conditions and practices in various process and equipments of the thermal power plant lead to a number of accidents and which can causes loss and injury to human lives, damages the property, interrupt production etc. A risk assessment is an important step in protecting the plant from such conditions. It helps us to focus on the risks that really have the potential to cause harm. The hazard resolution process is to assess the identified hazards in terms of the severity or consequence of the hazard and the probability of occurrence of each type of hazard. Risk classification by severity and probability can be performed by using a risk assessment matrix. This assessment allows one to assign a risk assessment value to a hazard based on its severity and its probability. This value is then often used to rank different hazards as to their associated risks. To determine what actions to take to eliminate or control identified hazards, a system of determining the level risk involved must be developed. A good mishap risk assessment tool will enable decision makers to properly understand the level of risk involved, relative to what it will cost in schedule and dollars to reduce that risk to an acceptable level. Risk determination is an essential and systematic process for assessing the impact, occurrence and the consequences of human activities on systems with hazardous characteristics.
A REVIEW ON CAPACETABINE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Krupaliba Chudasama* Capecitabine, an oral drug used to treat breast and colorectal cancers, has been associated with potentially fatal cutaneous reactions.The drug's manufacturer, Hoffmann-La Roche, reported in an advisory from Health Canada that severe skin reactions have been observed in patients using capecitabine.In a letter to healthcare professionals, Health Canada noted that "very rare cases of severe cutaneous reactions such as Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), in some cases with fatal outcome, have been reported during treatment with [capecitabine]."Associated signs and symptoms of severe skin reactions can include flu-like symptoms, fever, skin itching, and a painful red or purplish skin rash that spreads and blisters and eventually causes the skin to shed. Other possible symptoms include mouth sores, eye burning, itching, and discharge.[1]
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.
Effect of Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (mCIMT) for lower limb on Weight Bearing Symmetry and Balance in Stroke Patients: a Pre-Post Experimental Study. published in

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Siddharth Mishra, Jeba Chitra Background and Purpose: Falls are highly prevalent and it is a one of the complications in post stroke patients. One of the reasons for impaired balance and high risk of falls is asymmetry weight bearing between both the legs, so this study intends to find the effect of Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy of lower limb on weight bearing symmetry and balance in post stroke patients. Methodology: Total 22 participants were included in the study. All patients received Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy. Intervention was given for 1 hour a day for 6 days a week for 2 weeks. Outcome Measure: Weight bearing symmetry and balance was assessed using two weighing scales and Berg Balance Scale. Results: There was significant difference in pre-post weight bearing distribution (p<0.001) and balance (p<0.001). There was also significant difference in all the component of Berg Balance Scale (p<0.001). Conclusion: Modified Constraint Induced Movement can be easily administrated for treating stroke patients with balance problems due to asymmetrical weight bearing.
OCCURRENCE OF BARK BEETLES OF DIFFERENT TYPES IN VARIOUS OF THE WOODS OF THE LENINGRAD REGION published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalya Aleksandrovna Baburina; Valentin Stanislavovich Ivanov The comparative analysis of specific structure of bark beetles in different types of the wood of the Leningrad region is carried out.
Metal species vis-à-vis seed germination and early seedling growth responses in soybean published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
N.C. Aery* and Sunanda Sarkar The effect of various doses of different zinc and cadmium species was studied on the seed germination behavior and early seedling growth of soybean. 100% germination could not be achieved at higher concentrations of both the metals. Different metal species affected the seed germination and seedling growth differently. The reasons for this differential behavior have been explored.
23-Gauge Transconjuctival Sutureless Vitrectomy for Primary Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment published in

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Dr. Abhijeet Ramchandra Sable, Dr. Suhas Shripad Kulkarni, Dr. Divya Vakharia PURPOSE: To evaluate the anatomical & visual outcome following 23G vitrectomy for primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD). METHODS: Retrospective, interventional, non-comparative case series of 27 eyes with RRD, underwent 23G-vitrectomy with silicon-oil or C3F8 tamponade. Anatomical stability and best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) noted at 6 months. RESULTS: Primary anatomical success rate was 92.59%. 2 eyes had redetachment which was successfully repaired. BCVA was good in 66.6% (> 6/24) and poor in14.8% (<6/60) at 6 months follow up.12 out of 27 eyes were phakics of which 6 developed gas cataracts, 3 warranting cataract removal with IOL implantation. CONCLUSION: 23G-transconjunctival-sutureless-vitrectomy for repair of primary RRD has shown to have a good anatomical success rate with no postoperative complications like hypotony or endophthalmitis.
UK Policy Community Viewing Ethnic Diversity Policy: From Stronger To Weaker Multi-Culturalism? published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

Published by SCAD Independent
Peter Taylor-Gooby Multiculturalism as the dominant approach to managing diversity in the UK has been called into question by politicians, community leaders and academics in recent years. This paper reports interviews about multiculturalism, social cohesion and future policy directions with leading figures in the debate, including Home Affairs Select Committee members, authors of major reports, experts, researchers and academics. The attitudes expressed when discussing overall policy directions do not fit the traditional left-centre-right dimension of British politics but, in most cases, indicate unease at assumed segregate effects of current policy. However, when specific issues (sharia law, faith schooling, dress/ diet codes, political representation) are considered the viewpoints of most interviewees are more pragmatic. Relatively few advocate strong policies to impose British values or move decisively away from a general multiculturalism stance. The transition most widely supported would be from stronger to weaker multiculturalism rather than from multiculturalism to a different approach to diversity.
Impact of Aerobic Training and Elastic Strength Training on Cardiorespiratory Endurance Among College Male Students published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anees Ahamed E. K, Dr. George Abraham The purpose of this study was to provide a comprehensive assessment of the impact of aerobic training and the elastic strength training on cardiovascular endurance. Thirty physically active college male students (n = 30) were taken as a subject and the age of the subjects were ranged between 17 to 22 years. Randomly selected subjects were again divided into three equal groups of ten each (n = 10). The groups were named as an aerobic training group (AG), elastic strength training group (EG) and the control group (CG). Two of the training groups were involved in the training program for twelve weeks duration. The systematic training program was planned three sessions only in a week. The control group didn’t do any training protocol for the training duration. Aerobic endurance was taken as a test variable and the test were used for the study was 1500 run test. The time taken to cover the distance was considered as data. The stopwatch was used as an instrument for the study. The pre and the post test timing were analyzed by using the statistical tool of analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) and Scheffe’s test was applied as a post hoc test to determine the paired mean difference if any. The level of confidence was fixed at 0.05 in all cases. The result of the study describes that the both training groups have had significant difference (p ? ?0. 05) as compared with the control group in cardiovascular endurance. It was also concluded that the aerobic training group had better results (p ? ?0. 05) than the polymeric training group for cardiovascular fitness.
Comparative Evaluation of Two in Office Bleaching Systems and the Effect of Light on Their Bleaching Efficiency – An in Vivo Study published in

Advances in Human Biology

Published by Springwood Publication
Sameer V Savaliya, Manish B Shah, Pooja N Patel, Margi R. Patel. Aim: In office bleaching has gained popularity in recent times as one of the most efficient and cost effective technique for treatment of discoloured teeth. Aim of this study was to evaluate the bleaching efficiency of two different In office bleaching materials and the efficacy of light on the shade change. Materials and Methods: 24 patients were randomly assigned to 4 treatment groups. Treatment involved application of 40% H2O2 (Opalescence Boost, Ultradent, US), 35% H2O2 (Whiteness HP Maxx, FGM Dental Products, Brasil) with and without using LED Bleaching light. Evaluation of shade change was done subjectively (Vita Classical shade guide) as well as using spectrophotometer (Vita Easy shade). Results: Statistical analysis of data revealed that there was no significant difference among the two bleaching materials with or without the use of light, but a significant difference was observed when bleaching with light was compared to bleaching without light. Conclusion: The use of light enhances the bleaching efficiency of in office beaching gels irrespective of the concentration.
Psychological Drivers and Contextual Forces of Competitive Initiatives: An Awareness-Motivation-Capability Perspective published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Trung Hai Nguyen, Yannick Turkier, Hao-Chieh Lin The study applies the awareness-motivation-capability (AMC) perspective to explore the psychology-based determinants of competitive behaviors under the moderation of competitive tension. Analytical results show that rivals’ competitive inertia negatively while the threats on own identity domain and TMT collective efficacy positively affect competitive aggressiveness, which then promotes firm performance. Moreover, competitive tension is a prominent moderator. The study contributes to the competitive dynamics (or specifically the AMC) perspective by examining how TMTs’ interpretations of their own and competitors’ psychodynamic processes affect competitive initiatives. It also brings value to the upperechelons perspective by bridging TMTs’ psychological characteristics with firm market behaviors.
Phytocompounds from Sphaeranthus indicus and Wrightia tinctoria targeting fungal Aspartate pathway – An in silico evaluation published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

Published by INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING CO
I R Oviya, M Sharanya, M Jeyam Aspartate pathway is essential in bacteria, fungi and plants. Any block in the pathway is lethal to the organism. Microbial resistance towards the drug molecule and the side effects exhibited by the drugs are the key basis for searching novel antimicrobial compounds. Since ancient times, medicinal plants are serving as remedies for several diseases and as a source for variety of components. The present study aims on identifying the potential phytocompounds reported from Sphaeranthus indicus and Wrightia tinctoria that can inhibit the pathway enzymes viz., Aspartate kinase, Aspartate semialdehyde dehydrogenase, Homoserine dehydrogenase and Homoserine O-Acetyl transferase. The availability of literature for this pathway is very limited and this work would serve as basis for exploring unique antifungal targets in the future. Among the phytocompounds docked, the first five compounds showing least G. score value were considered. Docking studies conclude rutin, sphaeranthanoloide and chlorogenic acid as potent inhibitors that can be further studied for developing antifungal agents.
Mobile Assisted Language Learning in “English Clubs” in Tunisia: Gamification as a tool published in

TAYR Quarterly

Published by Tunisian Association of Young Researchers (TAYR)
Marouen Ben Alkileni FLAH Manouba, Tunisia This study looked at the use of “gamification” in extracurricular educational opportunities to learn the English language in Tunisia. Its aim was to investigate the extent to which learners’ (from primary school level) English language skills are evolving during MALL sessions (“gamification” sessions) in English clubs. “Android application evaluation” and “clubroom observation” were used as data collection tools. Moreover, 10 groups of 4 learners (from primary school) were followed over 10 MALL (gamification) sessions. In this study, two Android educational games (AEG) were used: “Educational games for kids” and “English Grammar App nounshoun”. After using these two Android educational games, the results show that learners’ were motivated to learn the English language outside classrooms. Moreover, their vocabulary and grammar levels evolved. In the light of these results, pedagogical recommendations are made. Teachers’ knowledge about MALL should be updated. Teachers should also use a variety of teaching materials to teach vocabulary and grammar in the English language. In addition, an application (i.e. an Android educational game) cannot, by itself, be sufficient. Keywords: ELT, MALL, ELLApps, gamification, Android Educational Games (AEG), game-based learning, edutainment.
Adsorption of Iron from Aqueous solution using Almond shell as adsorbent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. G. Anusha, Dr. J. Raja Murugadoss Iron is normally found in spent pickle and from plating shops, steel mills, foundries, chemical milling, and wire drawing operations. It is also found in ground water. Iron in water is normally found in the ferrous state. Next to hardness, the presence of iron is probably the most common water problem faced by consumers and water treatment professionals. The secondary maximum contaminant levels (MCL) for Iron is 0.3mg/l. Iron may cause conjunctivitis, choroiditis, and retinitis if it contacts and remains in the tissues. Hence to remove iron from water, a batch study has been conducted by adsorption process using activated carbon prepared from almond shell as adsorbent and the removal efficiency was found by varying the parameters such as dosage, time, pH and concentration. The removal efficiency was found to be more than 89%.This experimental study has been carried out to develop an economical method of iron removal, so that even small industries can adopt this method for their wastewater treatment and hence they can prevent the polluted water entering the stream.
Carica Papaya - A Potential Host Of Philosamia Ricini Eri Silkworm Under Western Maharashtra Condition published in

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KAVANE R.P. An attempt was made to rear the eri silkworm, Philosamia ricini on the leaves of Carica papaya as a primary food for the first time in India and reared under laboratory condition. It was observed that the papaya is a potential host of eri silkworm. The growth parameters and cocoon characters of the eri silkworm reared on papaya leaves were normal. The eri silkworm successfully lasted its life cycle ranged from 47 to 53 days. The effective rate of rearing, weight of pre-spinning larvae, cocoon, shell and pupae ranged from 45 to 55 per cent, 6.10 to 7 g, 2.49 to 2.70 g, 0.30 to 0.32 g, 2.10 to 2.60g, respectively. Parameters such as length of cocoon shell, width of shell, shell thickness etc. The fecundity ranged from 350 to 415 eggs.
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.
Large retailers- Consumers and Dealers- Small retailers- Consumers are more preferred by the consumers because in these chains consumers do not have to compromise on the freshness and tastes of fishes and the marketing costs and margins are lower than the other marketing channels. published in

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MS. TAHRIN RAHMAN E-commerce refers to Internet marketing, online transaction, processing mobile commerce etc.It has been seen that e-commerce besides contributing to the growth of GDP, has helped in the growth of small medium businesses and also helped in raising the per-capita income of the people. E-commerce can be looked into as one of the prospective opportunities that can be availed by the people of India, to bring an upliftment in the economic condition and also bring a change in the lives of people in India. Itcan offer consumers the easy option of purchasing products by simply logging into their social networking accounts like Face book, Twitter, Google+ and other such sites. For any start up business, priority should be client acquisition. Demand for your product must be created first. Supply will follow. ‘A lot can happen over ‘INTERNET’. Blending and Mending your own life as well as of others.
Role of Digital Signature for Authentication of E-Documents published in

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Prof. Anil P. Gaikwad Electronic (digital) information handled by information communication technologies such as mobiles, networks etc. Digital signature is a tool to implement cryptography. Digital signature is created by cryptography method using DSA (Digital Signature Algorithm). Digital Signature provides security for E-transaction by using private and public key. Digital signature provides confidentiality, authenticity, non-repudiation, to electronic document. It allows the use of internet for use of internet for carrying out safe and secure E-governance and E-commerce. Digital signature is replaces the traditional method of paper document with the E-document
Etiological Factors and Prevalence of Dental Caries In Preschool Children of Zahran Aljanoub Region Kingdom of Saudi Arabia . published in

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

AMAE International Journal on Production and Industrial Engineering (IJPIE)

Published by Association of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineers (AMAE)
Md. Sadak Ali Khan , A.Suresh, N.Seetha Ramaiah The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate and understand the performance of the Magnetic -Rheological (MR) damper. It is known that its performance depends upon the magnetic and hydraulic circuit design. These dampers are generally used to control the vibrations in various applications. This work deals with design of an MR damper for which mathematical model is developed. A finite element model is built to analyze and investigate the performance of 2-D axi-symmetric MR damper. Various configurations of damper piston with different number of turns and pole lengths are simulated. Further, the piston ends of the selected configuration are modified and investigated. The input current to the coil and the piston velocity are varied to evaluate the resulting change in magnetic Field Intensity (H) and damping Force. The simulation results of the various configurations of damper show that the performance of filleted piston ends is superior to that of other configurations for the same magnitude of coil current and piston velocity.
A irracionalidade do racional. published in

REFAS - Revista Fatec Zona Sul

Published by Carlos Vital Giordano
Carlos Vital Giordano Em termos gerais, entende-se que o valor que é desembolsado para a aquisição de qualquer produto ou serviço é baseado nos custos, nos lucros e em outros componentes. E, em que mais? A formação inicial de percepção de valor e do preço efetivamente pago possui relações consideradas estreitas. Muitas delas são examinadas nesse artigo, com ênfase nas decisões irracionais dos consumidores. Dimensões como relatividade, ancoragem, entre outras, e as devidas explorações desses fatores pelas empresas levam a uma espécie de (des)equilíbrio, nem sempre vantajoso para os clientes. Ao final, obtêm-se a confirmação de que irracionalmente o consumo é realizado tendo como pagamento um preço fundamentado no fenômeno em que, ao estimar o valor numérico inicial de alguma coisa, as pessoas inconscientemente são influenciadas por outros valores relacionados. Sendo assim, as escolhas feitas pelos consumidores se moldam pelos preços das opções que se apresentam em cada uma das situações de compra (os custos relativos).
Relationship Between Agro-Tourism and Sustainability: A Research TaTuTa Farms In Mu?la Religion published in

Journal of Tourism and Gastronomy Studies

Published by ?rfan yaz?c?o?lu
Makbule Civelek, Taner Dalg?n, Hüseyin Çeken Destructiveness and irreversible effects of mass tourism diverted touristic customers to alternative types of tourism. As a result of consumption of natural resources and damage, countries have given place for alternative types of tourism in their development and strategic plans. Agro-tourism is one of tourism types that takes part in sustainability and minimizes environmental damage. Agro-tourism signifies that it protects resources and does not harm the environment. Also, it is intertwined with local community and business. In this study, by examining the relationship between agro-tourism and sustainability, activities of agro-tourism enterprises in Mugla region towards sustainability were tried to put forth. Semi-structured interviews and participant observation methods were used as research tool. Results obtained from the research show that agro-tourism enterprises operating in Mugla region, act in accordance with environmentally friendly agro-tourism. As a result of the findings obtained from participant observation revealed awareness of touristic consumer profile.
COMPARATIVE ENADE 2006 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE UNDERGRADUATE ACCOUNTING DEGREE PROGRAM OF THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF CEARÁ published in

Revista de Gest?o, Finan?as e Contabilidade

Published by University of State of Bahia
Ana Gabriela Paiva Rocha, Hugo Santana de Figueirêdo Junior, Denise Maria Moreira Chagas Correa Brazilian higher degree institutions have been experiencing a continuous process of external assessment in recent years, which has put pressure on them to identify opportunities for improvement. This research aims at comparing the undergraduate accounting degree program offered by the Federal University of Ceará (UFC) with similar programs in Brazil – using their performance in the 2006 National Assessment of Students Performance (ENADE) – and extracting recommendations for upgrade of UFC’s and other higher education programs. A descriptive and exploratory research was conducted, based on quantitative and qualitative analysis of data from the reports of the National Institute of Teaching and Educational Research (INEP). Results revealed that UFC’s accounting program was among the top 6 in ENADE 2006, mainly due to the performance of its senior students. Besides, a more refined comparison with the top programs showed that senior UFC students had high reading and text interpretation abilities, and good specific knowledge of accounting operating skills like preparation of accounting reports and application of tax legislation. The study also identified the need for UFC improvements in general formation skills like table data analysis, and in accounting specific, more analytic and managerial skills, like cost analysis, accounting theory and information systems. Those results should be discussed within UFC’s undergraduate accounting program for it to remain among the top programs in Brazil. In addition, the methodology used in this study reveals detailed opportunities for action and could be applied by other programs assessed by ENADE.
SELECTIVE AND RAPID LC-MS/MS METHOD FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS QUANTITATION OF LEVODOPA AND CARBIDOPA IN HUMAN PLASMA USING ALUMINA SPE CARTRIDGES. published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Sreekanth Kakarla* 1 , Geetha Kodali2 , Ganapaty Seru3 A simple, sensitive and rapid high-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry method was developed and validated for the simultaneous quantification of the levodopa (LEV) and carbidopa (CAR) in human plasma. Following solid phase extraction, the electron rich elements in the protein, which were triggered during analysis of small molecules, were eliminated to avoid matrix effect, using alumina-A cartridges. The analytes (levodopa and carbidopa) and internal standard (methyldopa) were analysed using mobile phase of constant eluting strength on phenominex kinetex biphenyl, 50 mm x 3 mm, 2.6 µm column and were analyzed by an LC-MS/MS in the multiple reaction monitoring mode using the respective [M+H]+ ions, m/z 198→ 152 for levodopa, m/z 227→ 181 for carbidopa and m/z 212→ 166 for the internal standard. The assay exhibited a linear dynamic range of 5 to 2000 ng/mL for levodopa and 2 to 500 ng/mL of carbidopa. The lower limit of quantification was 5 ng/mL for levodopa and 2 ng/mL for carbidopa with a relative standard deviation of less than 1.0%. This LC-MS/MS method was validated with intra-batch and inter-batch precision and accuracy. Results for precision and accuracy for LEV and CAR are in range of 3.4 – 5.6 %, 4.1 to 6.4 % and 99.6 – 101.3 %, 94.5 – 102.2 % respectively. This validated method is simple and repeatable to use in bioequivalence/pharmacokinetic studies. Key Words: Levodopa, Carbidopa, liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry, human plasma.
Synthesis of Closantel as Effective Reaction Media for Hydrotropes published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Jagannath J. Kadam1, K.George A2, R.S.Dhamnaskar3 and Manohar V Lokhande The paper describes the synthesis of Closantel. . It is used as an anthelmintic i.e. an agent that destroys or causes the expulsion of parasitic intestinal worms so it is used as Anti-worm drug. The synthesis of Closantel was carried out using four different hydrotropes. The effect of various hydrotropes on yield, rate constant and activation energy at various temperatures and concentrations are studied.
MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND AN EVALUATION INNOVATIVE DYNAMICS (THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS) 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�
Zavhorodnia Olena The article’s goal is the identification, discovering the content and systematization of micro- and macroeconomic externalities of economic innovation. Methodological background includes the methods of causal, functional, system, correlation and comparative analysis within a synergistic approach and the evolutionary paradigm. Actual approach to the study of the social and economic consequences of the innovative dynamics are under consideration. It is proved that the innovative dynamics, like any open complex process, generates and synthesizes numerous varied external effects (externalities). There is carried out the analysis of the spectrum of possible metamorphosis of system-recipient associated with the various meanings of innovative changes of economic actors. Such functions of innovation as adaptation, protection, differentiation, compensation and coherence are revealed. The content of related external effects (productive, cost-reducing, communications, attractive, metabolic etc) is explained. The presented results offer the prospect of developing and improving methods of forecasting and integrated assessment of the consequences of innovation processes. At the same time detected empirical correctness are confirming the of innovation imperative vector for regulatory activities of the government.
Report on A New Species of The Genus Krimi (Cestoda: Dilepidiae) From Latur District (M.S.), India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
R. V. Solunke, Swati V. Phadke The present study deals with a new species of the Krimi geetaae sp.nov. known of the genus Krimi is characterized by strobili, consist of about very few segments, increased towards the posterior end. Rostellum is medium in size, oval in shape with two pairs of rostellar hooks, mature segments broader than long, Craspodate shape, testes medium in size, oval in shape, 29 in numbers, cirrus pouch medium, elongated, slightly curved, ovary is indistinctly bilobed, placed middle of the segments.
Gamma Frailty Model to Evaluate Heterogeneity for A Survival Data published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
S. Deepapriya, Dr. R Ravanan A frailty model is a random effect model for time to event data. In the application of survival analysis, unobserved individual heterogeneity also called as frailty is considered in this paper. The marginal proportional hazards frailty model for multivariate failure time data characterizes the intracluster dependency with the frailty model while formulating the marginal distributions with the proportional hazards model. The gamma frailty distribution has been widely used to model intracluster dependency because of its simple interpretation and mathematical tractability, Glidden (2000). This paper deals with the gamma frailty model to evaluate the amount of heterogeneity of 700 tuberculosis patients. A clinical study of these right censored data has been analyzed and the results are discussed.
VALIDATED BIO-ANALYTICAL METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF CLOPIDOGREL AND ASPIRIN IN HUMAN PLASMA BY RP-ULTRA FAST LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jinesh Bahubali Nagavi1*, Bannimath Gurupadayya2, Preethi G. A3. This manuscript describes a simple, sensitive, rapid and precise Ultra fast liquid chromatographic (UFLC) method for the simultaneous determination Clopidogrel and Aspirin in human plasma according to USFDA draft guidelines. In the current study, the analysis was performed on phenomenex C8 (250 × 4.6mm, 5?m) column using phosphate buffer (pH-2.5) and acetonitrile (35: 65 v/v) as mobile phase at flow rate of 1.5 mL/min. In this developed method Clopidogrel and Aspirin eluted at a retention time of 2.697 and 5.337 min respectively. The proposed method is having linearity in the concentration range from 10 to 50?g/mL of Clopidogrel and Aspirin. The current method was validated with respect to linearity; precision, lowest limit of detection (LOD), accuracy and recovery according to the USFDA guidelines. The system consisted of a pump (Shimadzu, prominence, UFLC), with 20?l sample injector, along with a PDA detector at a wavelength of 230 nm and 252 nm for Aspirin and Clopidogrel respectively. Data was compiled using Shimadzu LC Solution software. A good linear relationship over the concentration range of 10-50?g/ml was shown. Validation of the method was carried out as per the USFDA draft guidelines. The method developed was found to be precise, accurate, specific, linear and selective. Statistical analysis shows that the method is reproducible and selective for the estimation of Clopidogrel and Aspirin in dosage form.
Proactive Policing for Maintaining Communal Harmony With The Help of Journalism. published in

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Prof. Dr. Deepak Shinde In our country people belonging to various religions live in harmony, but there are occasions when the communal fabric gets disturbed, often on trivial issues. It is the responsibility of all sections of society to ensure peace and brotherhood so that all round development of the country takes places rapidly. The police have a great role to play in promotion of communal harmony and national integration. They come in contact with the general public in the process of performing their duties far more frequently than most other bodies of civil servants of the Government.. Community policing departments and officers must commit time to develop a "partnership" with the community to: 1) Prevent and counter crime; 2) Maintain order; and 3) Reduce the fear of crime. The basic mission of the police is to prevent crime and disorder. Our duties are dependent on public approval. This diminishes with our use of physical force and increases with our impartial service to the law
OPTIMIZATION OF A NOVEL SHAPE MICRO STRIP PATCH ANTENNA USING GENETIC ALGORITHM published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Priyanka Jain, Vikas Maheshwari, Vandana Vikas Thakre In this paper Genetic Algorithm based optimization technique has been utilized in HFSS software for optimization of the patch antenna dimensions in order to achieve better return loss and height directivity. Micro - strip patch antenna is one of the important elements in modern w ireless communication systems and hence its design optimization is an important aspect for improving the overall performance of the system. The microstrip patch antenna is designed to operate in S band with the frequency of 2.4GHz and various important per formance metrics of the patch antenna are analyzed .
The Implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) to Improve Service Quality: The Case of State-Owned Electricity Company in Indonesia published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Hasan Basri Almira Keumala Ulfah M. Shabri Abd. Majid This study analyses and empirically explores the effects of the implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) on the service quality of the state-owned electricity company, PT. PLN of Aceh Regional Office, Indonesia. This study also attempts to evaluate factors supporting and inhibiting the implementation of GCG to improve the quality of service of the company. To collect the data, questionnaires were distributed to all 167 employees of the company, as the study using the census technique. This study uses a mixed method, comprising qualitative and quantitative approaches. The data was analysed descriptively and quantitatively by using the multiple regression model. The study found that the company has well-implemented principles of GCG in providing services to their customers. This study also documented that, with the exception of the GCG’s principle of independency, the implementation of all other principles of GCG, i.e., transparency, accountability, responsibility and fairness were found to positively and significantly affect the service quality of the state-owned electricity company in Indonesia. These findings implied that to continue providing a good service quality for the customers, the company should further enhance the implementation of the principles of GCG in all aspects of company’s activities.
Optimal placement and sizing of active power line conditioners published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Saranya V and Kavitha D In this paper, a problem of allocation and sizing of multiple active power-line conditioners (aplcs) in power systems is handled with novel formulation. The utilized objective function comprises two main factors such as reduction of total harmonic distortion and the total cost of active power-line conditioners (aplcs). The formulated problem is solved by optimization technique Shuffle Frog Leap Algorithm (SHFLA) using MATLABTM. To evaluate the competence of the proposed formulation, the IEEE 18-bus distorted distribution test system is employed and investigated with various number of aplcs placement. These cases are based on the discrete and limited size for aplcs, requiring the optimization method to solve the constrained and discrete nonlinear problems. The comparison of results in this paper showed that the proposed SHFLA is the most effective result among others in determining optimum location and size of APLC in distribution systems.
The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 and Regulation of Multi-Level Marketing Schemes published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Suresh Patidar The process of globalization along with the expanding liberalization process has increased the number of consumer related issues. Consumer protection has earned an important place in the political, economic and social agendas of many nations. In India, the Government has taken many steps including legislative, to protect consumers. The enactment of The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 can be seen one of such step. The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 completed more than 25 years of its enactment. This law was largely based on United Nation’s Guidelines for protection of rights of consumers worldwide. In last 25 years many developments have taken places and sophisticated methods of the sales and marketing of goods and services came in practice. These marketing practices more or less affect the interest of the consumers. Since at the time of enactment of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 the lawmakers did not imagine these practices and their effect on interest of consumers. One of such practice is multilevel marketing, which was widely used in recent past by the manufacturers and service providers. Though all multilevel marketing practices are not adversely affecting the interests of the consumers but most of them are impacting the consumers. At present in India there is a vacuum in law for regulating multilevel marketing or pyramid schemes. Hence it is an urgent need to have structure for regulating multilevel marketing or pyramid schemes in India. By having the proper regulatory mechanism for regulating multilevel marketing and pyramid schemes, serious and non-serious players can be differentiated and interest of the consumers can be protected from the fly by night players in this field.
A study to assess the impact of technology basded approach to improve knowledge on health promoting behaviour towards maternal hypothyroidism among antenatal mothers with hypothyroidism published in

International Journal of Devopment Research

Published by VIBUS INNOVATIVE PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS
Arulmozhi Baskaran, P.M. and Dr. Prasanna Baby Background: Thyroid hormones are important in the development of the fetus and the placenta as well as in maintaining maternal wellbeing. Thyroid disorders are common in the population as a whole, particularly in women, and therefore are common during pregnancy and the puerperium. Biochemical derangements of thyroid function tests are present in approximately 2.5–5% of pregnant women. In addition to adverse obstetrical outcomes; maternal hypothyroidism is associated with adverse neonatal outcomes. As the fetus does not begin to produce its own thyroid hormones until approximately 12 weeks’ gestation, it is solely dependent on maternal thyroxine (T4) during early gestation. Aim of the study: To determine teaching the antenatal mothers with hypothyroidism on health promoting behaviors towards maternal hypothyroidism has efficacy in improving their knowledge. Methods: Evaluative with Quasi experimental study one group pre and post-test design and Simple random sampling technique was used for the study. The knowledge questionnaire regarding health promoting behaviour towards maternal hypothyroidism was distributed among 60 antenatal mothers with hypothyroidism followed by the session of technology based education on health promoting behaviour regarding maternal hypothyroidism was given to the samples. The data were analysed by using descriptive, inferential statistical methods. Result: In pre-test the mean score of knowledge level is 9.45 and the SD is 3.13. In the post test the mean score of knowledge level is 20.06 and the SD is 11.40, which shows that the technology based education on health promoting behaviour of maternal hypothyroidism is highly significant in improving knowledge.
The Urgency of Informed Consent for the Protection of the Rights of Patients published in

Hasanuddin Law Review

Published by Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University
Syafruddin Ghansham Anand The right to health care for every citizen of Indonesia is a right guaranteed by the constitution, as set out in Article 28H Paragraph (1) of the 1945 Constitution which mandates the state to guarantee the rights of citizens to live in prosperity, among others, through the provision of better health care. The hospital is one of the institutions that provide health care facilities to every citizen through the efforts which allowed according to an adequate standard of health. One form of health care, is the provision of professional doctor and work according to the ethics of the medical profession. One form of professionalism of doctors within the framework of the protection of the rights of patients is the presence of informed consent as the rights of patients to obtain medical information from the hospital before getting certain medical actions that have an impact on the loss of life of patients. In connection with that, this article aims to explain philosophically dogmatic about the urgency of informed consent as a guarantee of protection of the rights of patients in hospitals. This paper, methodologically using normative analysis with a conceptual approach, so of course, legal materials that are used as a source of analysis, more concentrated on primary legal materials. In conclusion, the existence of informed consent plays an important role in terms of providing protection rights of patients to health services in hospitals, according mandate of the constitution, especially considering the fact mala practice of medicine that looks at some cases in hospitals in Indonesia, is the impact of neglect the application of informed consent that has not run as expected.
Need of New Conservation Paradigm Due to Climate Change in the Age of Humans published in

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Dr. Renu Bala Singla In what is being called the Anthropocene epoch, the Age of Humans, we have become a force of nature. Humans have dramatically changed the speed, pathways, and components of the biogeochemical cycles of the Planet. Aquaculture, urbanization adds new habitats that pose novel challenges and opportunities to the survival of organisms and species. The undergoing changes of the biota that result from the environmental shifts affect the rate or speed of ecosystem functioning, but not the fundamental functioning of ecosystems. New paradigm for conservation in the Anthropocene could be applying adaptive conservation to all human activities. This notion is different from traditional conservation in that conservation principles are relevant to all human activities, not to protected areas only
CONVENTIONAL SYNTHESIS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SOME NEW CHALCONES AND 2-PYRAZOLINES AS POTENTIAL ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Mopidevi Venkateswara Rao1,*, Dr. Anjali Jha1, Dr. A. Vasudeva Rao2 and Dr. Ch. Prasad3 This paper describes the synthesis, characterization and biological evaluation of some new chalcones and 2-pyrazolines. Since these classes of compounds were reported to possess various biological activities, all of these compounds were screened for their antimicrobial activities against selected gram positive, gram negative and fungi strains.
Geriatric Dentistry-A Review published in

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Dr.Ameet Mani, Dr.P.P.Marawar, Dr.Tushar Bhople, Dr.Richa Patel, Dr.Shubhangi Mani Advances in science and technology have led to an increase in life span of human beings. The problems that this older population group face need to be given more attention and need to be brought more into the forefront of dental and oral medicine.Studies have shown the attitudes of geriatric population towards dentistry are changing.As people age they are better educated than previous generations of older adults.They have higher expectations about maintaining and preserving their natural dentitions and they have better financial resources to fulfill their expectations.It is important for the oral health providers to understand ageing in order to meet the needs of this population.This review article focuses on the strategies to provide a professional service that is sensitive and caring, supplemented with proper operatory design.
A Study to Assess the Knowledge on Hib Vaccination Among The Mothers of Neonate in Dhiraj Hospital With A View to Develop an Information Guide Sheet on Importance of Hib Vaccination published in

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Ms. Silviya Christian, Mr. Ravindran H N. -
Load Flow Study of a Radial Distribution Network published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Tejas Vyas and Ranjit Roy The paper presents the simple method for fi nding the load fl ow solution of a radial distribution networkusing the Kirchoff’s current and Kirchoff’s voltage law. The method is tested on four test cases: 16-node, 33-node, 69-node and 117-node network. Comparing to the existing methods, the memory space requirement is very small and time required for the CPU execution is also lower. Result shows that the proposed method is very effi cient and competitive with the existing methods.
A Theoretical Study of Imblanced D-Wave Super Fluids in BCS-BEC Crossover Regime published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Tushar Kumar Mohanta*, V. K. Verma** and L. K. Mishra Using the theoretical formalism of J. Tempere etal.(Phys. Rev. 2008), we have studied the imbalanced d-wave super fluids in the BCS-BEC cross over regime. We have theoretically evaluated the critical temperature Tc and saddle-point critical temperature T* as a function of inverse scattering length for different values of d-wave scattering potential parameter k0 and k1. Our theoretically evaluated results are in good agreement with the experimental data and also with other theoretical workers.
Assessment of weaning practices adopted by the mothers in urban Udaipur, Rajasthan published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MANI MISHRA AND SHASHI JAIN The period of weaning is the one during which a child becomes accustomed to the change from a diet consisting solely of his or her mother’s milk, to one totally devoid of it, may take a year or more and it is one of the most crucial period in a child’s life. Weaning practices are influenced to a great extent by the socio-economic status, education, religion, knowledge, attitude and beliefs of mother about childcare. The present study was undertaken to assess weaning practices adopted by mothers in urban Udaipur, Rajasthan. Data on demography and socio-economic aspects were collected by interviewing total 50 lactating mothers randomly selected from three areas of Udaipur city. Weaning practices adopted by mothers shows that 30 per cent mothers did not feed colostrums to their children, it will effect nutritional status of children in later ages. 68 per cent mothers stop to feed milk because of insufficient milk, it indicates poor health status of mothers. In feeding pattern 16 per cent mothers did not sterilize bottles. Only 38 per cent mother sterilize bottle just after one feed. These improper practices will be harmful for child’s health and hygiene. Supplementary food pattern shows that in semi-solid food 60 per cent mothers feed khichdi to their children. In ready to at eat food 36 per cent mothers have given biscuit to their children. Assessment indicates that mothers have to be educated about the importance of breast feeding, proper time to start weaning, advice against indulging in harmful feeding practice

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