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MEDICINAL PLANTS OF A SANTAL TRIBAL HEALER IN DINAJPUR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A.K. Azad, Md. Rubel Mahmud, Afsana Parvin, Amit Chakrabortty, Farzana Akter, Sumaya Islam Moury, Inin Pervin Anny, Syeda Rehnoma Tarannom, Shahriar Kabir Joy, Sadia Yeasmin Chowdhury, Shahina Akter, Mohammed Rahmatullah* Background. The Santals are one of the largest tribes residing in the northern districts of Bangladesh. The objective of this study was to document the ethnomedicinal practices of a tribal healer of the Santal tribe residing in Dinajpur district, Bangladesh. Methods. Interviews of the Santal healer were carried out with the help of a semi-structured questionnaire and the guided field-walk method. Results. Altogether 16 plants distributed into 14 families were observed to be used by the Santal healer. These plants were used for treatment of diabetes, cuts and wounds, fever, respiratory tract disorders, skin disorders, bone fracture, sprain, physical weakness, gastrointestinal disorders, leucorrhea, spermatorrhea, and pain. Conclusion. The plants used by the Santal healer adds to the ethnomedicinal uses of various plants in Bangladesh and provides an opportunity to scientists to
CALCULATION OF FLIGHT OF A SPACECRAFT ON THE EXOATMOSPHERIC PORTION OF THE TRAJECTORY BY THE METHOD RAPID EXPANSIONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Alexander Danilovich Chernyshov; Vitalij Valerevich Gorjajnov; Oleg Alexandrovich Chernyshov The problem of the motion of a spacecraft on the exoatmospheric portion of the trajectory. An analytical solution by rapid expansions. Shows the absolute error of the trajectory of a spacecraft, its speed and acceleration, which showed high efficiency of the method rapid expansions.
Energy Calculation for Excited Lithium Atom in Position Space published in

Baghdad Science Journal

Published by College of Science for Wome, University of Baghdad
Khalil H. Al-Bayati* Khalid Omar Al-Baiti** The energy expectation values for Li and Li-like ions ( , and ) have been calculated and examined within the ground state and the excited state in position space. The partitioning technique of Hartree-Fock (H-F) has been used for existing wave functions.
Service Quality and Patient Satisfaction in Public Hospitals (A Study of District Pulwama and Shopian in J&K) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Suheel Azad | Mohd. Ashraf Mir | Dr. R C Gupta | Dr.Vibha Doorwar | Dr. Damsaz Indrabi Quality is one of the key parameter in order to measure the performance of a product or service and ultimately it referred to organizational performance. Customers are the key player, who played a significant role to measure the quality of the product or services. However, to measure the quality of services is quite difficult as compare to the product quality due to its intangible nature. This study is intended to investigate the level of quality of healthcare services delivered to patients by the public hospitals in two districts of Jammu and Kashmir namely Shopian and Pulwama. Currently, healthcare system in Jammu and Kashmir is comprised of public hospitals, healthcare units and dispensaries, which are not sufficient to meet the healthcare requirements of people. This study aims to investigate, quality of services delivered to patients by public hospitals in two districts of Jammu and Kashmir. Suheel Azad | Mohd. Ashraf Mir | Dr. R C Gupta | Dr.Vibha Doorwar | Dr. Damsaz Indrabi"Service Quality and Patient Satisfaction in Public Hospitals (A Study of District Pulwama and Shopian in J&K)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd12858.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/social-science/12858/service-quality-and-patient-satisfaction-in-public-hospitals-a-study-of-district-pulwama-and-shopian-in-jandk/suheel-azad
Hospitality Management Students Career Intentions to Become Entrepreneurs in Hospitality Sector After Completion of Their Course published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Hardaman Singh Bhinder Some of the final year hotel management students would like to set up their own business ventures in spite of joining the industry at the entry level positions. Reason could be due to challenging and demanding nature of employment conditions in the hospitality sector and tends to switch over to other allied sectors. Present study explores the future intentions of final year hotel management students after completion of their course program towards entrepreneurship. Research aims to find out major reasons, which influenced them to become entrepreneur and what are the major reasons among students for not starting their own venture after the completion of their course. Survey instrument used was structured questionnaire and interviews conducted with sample population. Research findings are based on the statistical data and revealed less percentage of students are keen towards entrepreneurship. The primary data have been collected through questionnaire .The sample size for the study was 84.The data is analysed using percentage analysis and bar charts were used to present demographic profiles of the respondents. Finding highlighted that passion to be your own your boss are influencing reason for students to start their own ventures. Hospitality educationally institutes must develop entrepreneurial skills among students through inviting successful entrepreneurs by way of entrepreneurship development cell.
A Theoretical Consideration of Welfare Regime and Gender in Europe published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Almudena Moreno Minguez This paper addresses the main theoretical debates about gender equality through the concepts of welfare regime and gender regime. The article establishes two lines of enquiry: the first concerns the revision of the literature about welfare regime, while the second seeks to trace the contours of the gender regimes and gender/family policies that result from each countrys institutional and cultural arrangements. The article begins with a brief review of the literature on gender and welfare regimes. The reflection conclude by suggesting new contributions to the theories of welfare regime based on the concept of care as a form of social capital (networks of care-based relational solidarity), a key element in understanding of gender equality.
Experimental Studies on High Performance Concrete Using Blast Furnace Slag as a Cement Replacement Material published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Ashish J. Bharnuke* & Dr. H.S. Chore** The paper presents the experimental investigation on the performance evaluation of the high performance concrete. The ground granulated blast furnace slag was used to replace the cement partially. The study was aimed at finding out the optimum contents of the GGBFS as the partial replacement of cement without affecting the properties of concrete. The study was further aimed at evaluating the effect of crushed sand on the performance of concrete in place of river sand. The equal amounts of these materials were used in eight trial mixes with varying amount of cement. The water cement ratio was also varied. The chemical admixture was also added to improve the workability of concrete. The engineering properties such as compressive strengths of cubes and cylinders for 7 and 28 days curing in respect of the concrete made using GGBFS are evaluated.is the most widely used material of construction.
Clinical Study of Acute Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction with Special Reference to Right Ventricular Infarction published in

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Jemshad Alungal, Mansoor C. Abdulla Background and Objectives: To study the clinical presentation of acute inferior wall myocardial infarction and also to study incidence, clinical features and prognosis of right ventricular infarction in inferior wall myocardial infarction. Methods : Fifty consecutive cases of inferior wall infarction was included after excluding patients with previous infarction, bundle branch block, clinical evidence of corpulmonale, pre-excitation syndrome and suspected pulmonary embolism. A detail history was taken in all the patients and through physical examination was done. A 16 lead ECG consisting 12 conventional leads and 4 right side chest leads was recorded at the time of admission and also as per need. Results: Incidence of right ventricular infarction is about 40% in inferior wall myocardial infarction. Most of the patients (98%) presented with retrosternal chest pain associated with sweating. Raised jugular venous pressure (32%), hypotension (28%) bradycardia (28%) , Kussmauls sign (20%) and RV S3/S4 were more common in patients with right ventricular infarction. Clinical complications were common in patients with right ventricular infarction (60%). Interpretation and Conclusion: Incidence of right ventricular infarction in inferior wall infarction is fairly common. All cases of inferior wall infarction should have right sided chest leads recorded during ECG examination. If diagnosis of right ventricular infarction is correctly made and treated the prognosis is usually good.
Nutritional Stress as an Adverse Effect of Anti-Diabetic Medications published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

Published by AEIRC
Dur-e-shahwar1, Kisa Fatima Altaf2,3, Shamoon Noushad2 & Sadaf Ahmed1,2 Objective To estimate the intensity of nutritional stress among the diabetic patients. Background Non-Communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Pakistan. The WHO report evaluated diabetes at the fourth position among the four types of NCD’s, this accounts for 1.5 million deaths annually. Introduction Nutritional stress depends on what we give to our body, whether it is toxin loaded, chemically constituted platefuls of food and expect it to cope without a grumble. As, diabetes is metabolic syndrome so there is an altered carbohydrate and fat metabolism in these patients that will lead to the development of nutritional stress in these patients. Methodology A cross sectional survey based study was conducted at a local hospital including diabetic patients on anti-diabetic medicines. Demographic data, medical history and drug use duration and dosage were investigated as well as intensity of nutritional stress was calculated by Sadaf stress scale (SSS). The patients with severe and psychological and mental illness or any other chronic illness or patients who were failed to provide reliable information were excluded from study. Result The total of 42 patients have participated in the study out of that 50% have reported mild nutritional stress and 36% have reported moderate nutritional stress. The most common reported symptom of nutritional stress includes sleep problem, abdominal bloating, incomplete emptying and sugars and carb craving. Conclusion The patients have reported the nutritional stress due to the altered carbohydrate and fat metabolism and the use of anti-diabetic medicine further increases the intensity of nutritional stress. The symptoms that are reported in diabetic patients are not associated with diabetes instead occur as a result of anti-diabetic medication use. Such as, sleep problem usually associated with increased stress, increased blood pressure, impaired control of blood glucose, and increased inflammation.
A Comparison between Relational Databases and NoSQL Databases published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr Chakrapany Sharma* and Dr Manju Singhi, Dr Chandan Singh, Dr P. K. Dam Ayurveda, the ancient life science, has a history of over 4000 years of practice. It is a great living tradition that addresses health with a unique holistic approach. Currently, the Government of India has developed formal structures to regulate issues related to quality, safety, efficacy and practice of herbal medicines. Thus basic principle of Ayurveda is based on personalized approach can be used for creating personalized, customized or designer medicines. Therefore science of Ayurveda has the potential to revolutionize modern medicine and drug discovery processes. The credit for stimulating interest of Indian chemists and pharmacologists in medicinal plants should rightfully go to Sir Ram Nath Chopra who has been acclaimed as the Father of Indian Pharmacology. Gananath Sen laid the foundation of Reverse Pharmacology of medicinal plants by pursuing clinically documented effects of Ayurvedic drugs. Reverse Pharmacology (RP), designed as an academic discipline to reduce three major bottlenecks of costs, time and toxicity. RP (Reverse Pharmacology) can be perceived to comprise of three phases. The scope of reverse pharmacology is to understand the mechanisms of action at multiple levels of biology and to optimize safety, efficacy and acceptability of the leads in natural products based on relevant science. In this approach as the candidate travels a reverse path from clinics to laboratory? rather than classical laboratory to clinics. A wide array of modern drugs included the international pharmacopoeia have an origin in ethnopharmacology and traditional herbal medicine. Numerous plant extracts and their ingredients have unique pharmacological activities, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, anti-carcinogenic, vasodilatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anticonvulsant, sedative and antipyretic effects. Recently, a study carried out in Kenya and has proved the applicability of R P for new drug discovery for the treatment of Malaria. However, very few randomized-controlled studies have been carried out to precisely evaluate their therapeutic efficacy and safety. Nonetheless, for some of the botanical materials, there are relatively well-organized database available describing the therapeutic potential, and their active ingredients can be tested by exploiting modern scientific methods These desirable accidental discoveries are referred to as drug serendipity. There are many examples of medicinal plants and their constituents that have provided serendipitous bedside observations. Such clinical hits can be a basis of drug discover y and development. Advances in combinatorial chemistry and systems biology have created many drugable new entities. Reverse pharmacology integrates documented serendipitous clinical and experimental hits into leads that are further developed into drug candidates or formulations through more systematic and precisely designed preclinical and clinical research. A salient feature of this approach is the combination of knowledge learned from traditional or folk medicine and the modern technology to provide better and safer leads. RP is now getting formally established in India as an organized trans-discipline through efforts by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Authors made an attempt to explore the Reverse Pharmacology applicability to the Ayurveda Herbal Drug for the Development of Anti-malarial drug.
Resistencia y sensibilidad a Warfarina published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Carlos Isaza, Julieta Henao, Leonardo Beltrn Warfarin is the most prescribed oral anticoagulant in the world. The handling of this drug is difficult due to its narrow therapeutic range, wide variety of interactions, and great inter-individual variability in the response. In a cohort of 145 patients prescribed with warfarin, a series of cases of susceptibility (dose?15 mg/week) and resistance (doses?70 mg/week) are reported here. After a brief review of relevant pharmacological aspects, we discuss the possible factors causing these exaggerated responses to the drug.
PROMOTION OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF FOOD MANUFACTURERS IN THE EMERGING NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKET published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Simion MORARU,Ala CAZACU,Irina RAEVSCAIA Are you a business owner or a senior manager? Is your business directed toward a healthy and long-term development? Are you worried about companys reputation? Are you oriented towards the increase of investment attractiveness? Are you interested in a mutually beneficial partnership with government and society? If so, then Social Responsibility should be a binding attribute of your Business. This paper will describe the most important components, dimensions, aspects, elements gathering Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) definitions. At the same time its very important to generalize experience and practices of enterprises, firms, companies which carry out many activities in terms of social responsibility in different fields of the economy from industrial developed countries of European Union. Such European experience accumulated in the sphere of business approach to Corporate Social Responsibility is very useful for the economy of Republic of Moldova, being in transnational period and moving towards a Free Market economy. We aim to determine how to promote Corporate Social Responsibility among food manufactures within the emerging National Agricultural market, taking into consideration factors which allow the formation of social responsibility on owners, stakeholders groups, and employees.
E- Learning in higher education The need of the hour published in

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Parmar Sejal G Nowadays ,the educational role of technology has grown tremendously in several ways proving that technology use is definitely capable of and important for teaching learning process at all levels of education. It means that it can be an efficient tool to increase access to instruction and education system where there are financial, cultural, geographical and physical barriers. Use of technology in education system can produce very fruitful results in teaching learning process. One of the most effective uses of technology over the past decades is the emergence of e-learning. E-learning has become increasingly important in higher education institutions. Considering the importance and effectiveness of e-learning, Recent year have seen a dramatic increase in both the uptake of e-learning within higher education. Students are undoubtedly considered as a key element in the useful e-learning enabled teaching process. Therefore in this paper the importance of e-learning in higher education and advantages of utilizing elearning for the students are studied.
NEW BIO-ANALYTICAL METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF NAPROXEN BY LCMS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Salomi. P1*, Mallesh Mandha2 and M. Purushothaman3 Bio analysis employed for the quantitative determination of drugs and their metabolites in biological fluids. Studies involving measurement of the drugs or metabolites in the biological fluids such as blood plasma, serum, urine, CSF, etc. requires the selective, sensitive, well characterized bio analytical method to yield reliable results which can be satisfactorily interpreted as well as to emphasize that each analytical technique has its own characteristics, which will vary from analyte to analyte. A research was carried out to develop and validate bioanalytical method by high performance liquid chromatography mass spectrometric method for the estimation of Naproxen in human plasma using Zidovudine as internal standard. The method was validated over a concentration range of 500.1 ng/mL to 100028.5 ng/mL for Naproxen. The results of selectivity, carryover test, linearity, precision and accuracy, stabilities, recovery, and Concomitant Drug Effect presented in this report are within the acceptance range for bio-analytical batch acceptance criteria given in USFDA acceptance range as per Guidance for Industry Bio-analytical Method Validation. The analytical method described above is valid for the estimation of Naproxen in human plasma over a range of 500.1 ng/mL to 100028.5 ng/mL with the detection of Naproxen m/z 229.00 (parent) and 185.00 (product) and internal standard Zidovudine m/z 267.00 (parent) and 222.90 (product) in negative ion mode, it is concluded that the analytical method developed was novel, accurate, prcised selective and is suitable for application in routine analysis of pharmaceutical preparation and is with in acceptance range for bio-analytical criteria in USFDA acceptance.
Selection of Tool Material and Pin Geometry for Friction Stir Welding: A Review published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Published by INDIRA S.
Mohd A. Hussain, Mohd shuaib, Sumit K. Gupta, Sharul K. Srivastava The selection of tool material depends on the operational characteristics such as temperature, wear resistance and fracture toughness which determine the type of materials that can be joined. In this research, paper several tool materials along with pin geometry have been studied and a review has been presented.
Women Towards Equality published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Anilambica Kata Womens rights and the social status of the women around the world are the important indicators to anticipate global well-being of any nation. Three decades ago, the world took a land mark to step towards securing equality for women. The Convention on the elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), a treaty that identifies the step countries to ensure equal opportunity for women. Yet, despite many successes in empowering women, numerous issues still rests behind, those discontent women in all the fields of life ranging from social, political, economiclike starting from the Gender discrimination to rights and status of women acquired in the society.. The present article lime lights on the some social issues faced by the women in contemporary Indian society and role of the protective legislationsin addressing the issues.
Yarn dyeing with natural dyes extracted from plant sources published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
RAJASHREE PHUKON The study was undertaken with an aim to develop the dyeing conditions of four different natural dyes which are easily available in North East India, namely,Myrica nagi Thumb. (Bay berry),Garcinia xanthochymusHook. f. (Cochin goroka), Artocarpus integrifolia Linn. f. (Jack fruit) and Eugenia jambolana Lam. (Black plum) on wool yarn. The natural mordant used in the research work is aluminium potassium sulphate (AlK (SO4)2) for better fixation of the dyes. The dyes are extracted by alkaline method and the extraction time is optimized from the optical density values. The pre-mordanting method is used for mordanting the yarn. Shades of different colours, ranging from yellow to brown are obtained from the dyes on wool yarn. Fastness grades rated for all the samples are found to be good irrespective of all the dyes. The dyes are found to be an ideal source which could be adopted at commercial level
Enzymatic Bioremediation: Global Scenario of Environmental Cleaning published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vikram Singh Pollution is the biggest menace to the living being on this planet today. The pollutant eradication through exploiting the enzyme potential by using the various techniques is being revolutionized in the present global scenario. Enzyme bioremediation is a breakthrough technology that has the potential to offer numerous benefits over conventional technologies. Enzyme bioremediation have greater positive effects and propose significant promise to pollutant bioremediation. In conclusion, the enzymatic bioremediation open the new era of pollutant eradication for clean, safe and green environment.
Comparison of Large Aperture Scintillometer and Satellite-based Energy Balance Models in Sensible Heat Flux and Crop Evapotranspiration Determination published in

International Journal of Remote Sensing Applications (IJRSA)

Published by Science and Engineering Publishing Company (SEP)
Mcebisi Mkhwanazi, Jos L. Chvez, Evan H. Rambikur The estimation of crop water use or evapotranspiration (ET) is an important aspect of water management especially in arid and semi-arid regions. Various methods have been used in the estimation of ET including remote sensing (RS) based models, and these have an added advantage of estimating ET over a large area (e.g., regionally). This study looked at two models of estimating ET using remote sensing and limited weather data; Mapping Evapotranspiration at high Resolution with Internalized Calibration (METRIC) and the Surface Energy Balance Algorithm for Land (SEBAL). Satellite images from Landsat 5 for 2010 for two alfalfa fields in Rocky Ford, Colorado were processed and analyzed to obtain sensible heat flux. Both RS models employ the energy balance method and estimate net radiation and soil heat flux similarly. However, they differ in the estimation of the sensible heat flux (H) component. The objective of the study was to compare the estimates of H using these models with sensible heat flux actually measured using a Large Aperture Scintillometer (LAS). Further comparison was done for ET. Various model performance evaluations were then determined. Both RS methods overestimated the sensible heat flux when compared to the LAS, with SEBAL having an H Mean Bias Error (MBE) of 31.79 Wm-2 (or a 36.7% relative error), Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) of 59.6 Wm-2 (68.9%) and Nash-Sutcliffe Coefficient of Efficiency (NSCE) of -0.13 when calculated on seasonal basis. METRIC performed slightly better with RMSE of 28.9 Wm-2 (33.4%) and NSCE of 0.48. For hourly ET, SEBAL had an error relative to LAS ET ranging between 0.35% and 38% while METRIC had error ranging between 1.4% and 11 %. There were larger errors in dry fields without full vegetation cover. It was concluded that METRIC more accurately estimated H and ET than SEBAL, and that both models incurred larger errors with dry patched fields. There is an opportunity to improve the remote sensing methods by researching the incorporation of surface heterogeneity and perhaps the correction of radiometric surface temperature for atmospheric effects.
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.
Optimistic Influence of Commelina benghalensis L. and Cissus quadrangularis L. in Alleviating Protection Against Quinalphos Induced Nephrotic Damages published in

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Dr. P. Kokilavani, Dr. S. Achiraman, Dr. P. Pandilakshmi The present study investigated the protective and the curative effect of Commelina benghalensis (CBE) and Cissus quadrangularis (CQE) against quinalphos (QP) induced oxidative stress (OS) in kidney tissue. Induction of nephrotoxicity by QP was confirmed from the rise in serum urea, uric acid and creatinine. Especially, the level of creatinine was increased significantly which is a marked indicator for kidney damage.Treatment with CBE and CQE restored the level of kidney markers thereby protecting kidney damages as substantiated by histomorphological analysis.Among the two plants, CQE showed better protection compared to CBE. The findings concluded thatCBE and CQE play a significant role in protecting cell damages from OS caused by QP.
ON DEVELOPMENT OF ART POTTERY TRADE IN ANCIENT GANJA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elnur Latif oglu Hasanov Offered article is dedicated to the historic-ethnographical investigation of the ancient Ganja ceramics trade of the ancient period. On the basis of indisputable arguments and facts it was proved, that owing to development of the constructive-plastic forms, also decorative-ornamental characteristics these ceramic patterns are considered the unique wares. For the first time pottery wares of this ancient city for this historical period were lighted as an important ethnographical source in research of the Caucasus and whole Near East history.
Excessive Use of Third Generation Cephalosporins May Increase in AmpC Producing Beta-Lactamase in Enterobacteriaceae published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Arijit Chatterjee Nowadays, Extended spectrum ?-lactamase (ESBL) and AmpC ?-lactamase -producing enterobacteriaceae has been observed largely. In this study, the prevalence AmpC producing ESBL strains of enterobacteriaceae was done in urinary tract infections patients in SRL Reference Laboratory, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700092. The prevalence of AmpC producing beta-lactamase is very important to know to prevent the misuse of antibiotics, especially third generation cephalosporins which may induce the production of this enzyme in enterobacteriaceae family.
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..
Role of cell phone services in Rural Marketing Development of India published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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DEVELOPMENT OF COMPLEX INTELLECTUAL SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENSY GROWING TEE PLANT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Elchan Bahadur oglu Ghuseynov; Javanshir Firudin oglu Mammadov; Alesker Alekper oglu Iskenderov; Gulnara Yusif gizi Abbasova Modern development of national economy status requires the new methods of application of information technologies and computer technique. In this connection, in the article the problem of development of the intellectual system on the effective growing tea plant with the use of computer technology is conciedered. The basic methods of realization of agrotechnical works, growing tea-plant and collection of tea folias are analysed. On the basis of certain defects on growing tea plantations, experience of application of computer technologies new architecture of the intellectual system of growing tea plant with realization of complex works is proffered.
MEMORY BOOSTING EFFECTS OF CLEOME BRACHYCARPA:ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO TREAT DEMENTIA? published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Sana Sarfaraz1*, Rahila Najam2,Iqbal Azhar3 Objective: Herbal preparations have been used since ancient times due to presence of active ingredients which have pharmacological significance and provide therapeutic efficicacy for treatment of various diseases. The aim of study is to evaluate memory boosting and improved muscle coordination activity of Cleome brachycarpa. Materials and Method: Stationary rod test was conducted on mice for 49 days. Ethanolic extract of Cleome brachycarpa was suspended in DMSO and administered orally at dose of 300mg/kg after being adjusted according to weight of mice in grams. Results: The results showed decrease in time taken to cross the rod after sub-chronic dosing and improved grip strength and muscle coordination. Conclusion: From above it is concluded that ethanolic extract of Cleome brachycarpa possesses memory boosting effects and improves muscle coordination, hence this extract can be beneficial for dementia associated with neurodegenerative diseases especially Alzheimers and Parkinsons.
Design and Fabrication of Electric Motor Coupled Three Wheeler published in

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DINESH KUMAR. S, PRAVEEN KUMAR. S, SENTHIL KUMAR. A, SATHIESH KUMAR. M Initial torque in the vehicle will be more and thereby uses more fuel at the start[1]. Henceforth we are using an electric motor for the start of the vehicle and shifting to normal engine power for higher speeds[3]. This concept is based on the principle of hybrid vehicle.
Performance Evaluation of Coating Materials and Process Parameters Optimization for Surface Quality During Turning of Aisi 410 Austenitic Stainless Steel published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
C. Amarnath | Mr. A. Harinath | Mr. N. Phani Raja Rao Stainless steel SS is used for many commercial and industrial applications owing to its high resistance to corrosion. It is too hard to machine due to its high strength and high work hardening property. A surface property such as surface roughness SR is critical to the function-ability of machined components. Stainless steel is generally regarded as more difficult to machine material and poor SR is obtained during machining. In this paper an attempt has been made to investigate the SR produced by CNC turning on austenitic stainless steel AISI316 and martensitic stainless steel AISI410 by different cases of coated cutting tool used at dry conditions. Multi-layered coated with TiCN Al2O3, multi-layered coated with Ti C, N, B and single layered coated with TiAlN coated cutting tools are using. Experiments were carrying out by using Taguchi's L27 orthogonal array. The effect of cutting parameters on SR is evaluated and optimum cutting conditions for minimizing the SR are determined. Analysis of variance ANOVA is used for identifying the significant parameters affecting the responses. Confirmation experiments are conduct to validate the results obtaining from optimization. C. Amarnath | Mr. A. Harinath | Mr. N. Phani Raja Rao "Performance Evaluation of Coating Materials and Process Parameters Optimization for Surface Quality During Turning of Aisi 410 Austenitic Stainless Steel" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18748.pdf
A Study on Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Achievement among the Science Graduate Students published in

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Approach & Studies

Published by Orbit Publishers
Dr. Payel Banarjee * & Kamlesh Kumar** Self-regulated learning (SRL) is recognized as an important predictor of student Academic motivation and achievement. It is a pivotal construct in contemporary accounts of effective academic learning. Self-regulation is essential to the learning process by which students direct their acquisition of academic knowledge. SRL creates opportunities for students to manage their own resources and to perform better in all learning processes. Self-regulated learners take responsibility for their own learning processes and adopt their learning strategies to meet their demands. Students use various cognitive, meta-cognitive, behavioural, motivational and environmental strategies to control and regulate their own learning.
CUSTOMER BEHAVIOR IN MARKET - WHAT MAKES CUSTOMERS SAY “YES”? published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Pankaj. K. Trivedi Although highly specialized knowledge is certainly desirable in many areas, it's the expertise that comes from a mastery of the fundamental laws of human psychology that's likely to be much more valuable in understanding, predicting and shaping human behavior. It is important to understand the fundamental, psychological laws by which humans are changed, are motivated to try something new, and are led to say “yes” in a variety of situation. Social psychology supports volumes of literature on why and how people are persuaded. Hundreds of tactics and scores of theories are now part of the social scientist's storehouse of knowledge. Principles that influence human psychology can be useful in a variety of situation, such as business dealings, societal interactions, and personal relationships. For marketers, they can be most valuable for motivating consumer purchasing decisions. Robert B. Cialdini and Kelton v. L. Rhoads' analysis has uncovered six basic psychological principles that underlie successful influence tactics: reciprocity, scarcity, authority, consistency, liking, and consensus. Having a firm grasp of these rules of persuasion can help marketing professionals confidently predict and influence consumer behavior.
APPLICATIONS OF SOFT COMPUTING IN VARIOUS AREAS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Menal Dahiya Soft Computing is the study of science of reasoning, thinking, analyzing and detecting that correlates the real world problems to the biological inspired methods. Soft Computing is the big motivation behind the idea of conceptual intelligence in machines. As such, it is an extension of heuristics and solve complex problems that too difficult to model mathematically. Soft Computing is tolerant of impression; uncertainty and approximation which is differ from hand computing. Soft Computing enumerates techniques like ANN, Evolutionary computing, Fuzzy Logic and statistics, they are advantageous and separately applied techniques but when used together solve complex problems very easily. This paper highlights various soft computing techniques and emerging fields of soft computing where they successfully applied.
Predominance of weedy rice in different rice ecosystem under western zone of West Bengal published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
K. JANA AND G. K. MALLICK Rice Research Station, Govt. of West Bengal, Bankura 722 101, West Bengal, India Survey for predominance of weedy rice in different rice ecosystem in Western zone of West Bengal was conducted by Rice Research Station (Govt. of West Bengal), Bankura, West Bengal, India during kharif season of 2010 and 2011. Survey works were done in the farmers fields of Purulia, Bankura and Paschim Medinipur districts under red and laterite zone of West Bengal, India. Weedy rice species were noticed in the framers fields during survey work, but population was low. It was observed that population of weedy rice was more in Bankura and Purulia districts as compared to Paschim Medinipur district. The yield loss of rice due to weedy rice infestation was negligible in Western zone of West Bengal. Removing weedy rices panicles before they set seeds after rice planting when weedy rice is taller than the rice crop is most important control measure.
Economics Meets Hrm: A Comprehensive Study on Congruence Exsisting Between Economy & Hrm Practices published in

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

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Dharmendra Singh, Ajeet Kumar Rai The main purpose and objective of the present study was to find out the effect of step - aerobic and rope skipping on body mass-index on University girls. For the purpose of this study ninety (90) under graduate girls of Allahabad University was selected as subjects. These girls age ranged from 18 to 22 years. The age of the above selected girls was verified from their respective age records in the University. All the subjects were randomly assigned to two experimental groups (A, B) and the one Control Groups (C) each consisting of thirty subjects. Body Mass Index was assessed at the beginning and after the experimental period of eight weeks in terms of per-test and post test scores on the criterion measures. To measure the Body Mass Index weight and height of girls were taken. The weight was recorded in Kg and height was recorded in meters to find out the effects of Rope Skipping and Step-aerobic on Body Mass Index. The analysis of co-variance was used as the statistical treatment with the level of confidence at 0.05. It is found that means difference of Control Group and Step - aerobic: Control Group and Rope Skipping were found to be significant whereas the mean differences of Step- aerobic and Rope Skipping was not statistically significant.
Yield, nutrient uptake and quality of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) as affected by fertility levels and biofertilizers and their residual effect on fodder maize (Zea mays L.) under Southern Rajasthan condition published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.K. KAUSHIK*, N.R. BISHNOI, H.K. SUMERIYA AND P. SINGH A field experiment was conducted during the Rabi seasons of 2003-04 and 2004-05 at Udaipur, Rajasthan, to find out a suitable combination of chemical and organic nutritional sources for wheat (Tritium aestivumL.) grown with 9 fertility levels (100 % RDF, vermicompost 1.50 and 3.00 t ha-1, vermicompost 1.50 and 3.00 t alongwith 50, 75 and 100 % RDF ) in main plots and three biofertilizers (Control, Azospirillum, Azospirillum + PSB) in sub plots. Wheat crop under vermicompost 3.00 t ha-1 + 100 % RDF recorded significantly higher grain (4.96 t ha-1), straw ( 6.46 t ha-1) and biological (11.42 t ha-1) yields, N, P, and K uptake and protein content over vermicompost 1.50 and 3.00 t ha-1, respectively. This treatment also recorded the maximum green (25.43 t ha-1) and dry fodder (8.40 t ha-1) yield of residual fodder maize. Seed inoculation of Azospirillum+ PSB recorded significantly higher grain (4.92 t ha-1), straw ( 6.38 t ha-1) and biological yield ( 11.30 tha-1) over Azospirillum and control. Azosirillum + PSB also recorded significantly higher residual fodder maize (26.25 and 8.12 t ha-1 green as well as dry fodder yield) over control
Emergence Delirium: Revisiting A Clinical Enigma published in

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Nicoleta Stoicea Delirium seems to result from the interaction between pre-operative patient vulnerabilities and exposure to precipitating factors. Postoperative delirium (POD) is often observed in elderly patients undergoing orthopedic surgery, particularly hip fracture repair and may persist for several days postoperatively. Emergence delirium (ED) is known as an acute agitation and confusion occurring during or immediately following emergence from general anesthesia, in the OR orpost anesthesia care unit. Stress and inflammation are important triggers in the development of delirium.
A Theoretical Study of Imblanced D-Wave Super Fluids in BCS-BEC Crossover Regime published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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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.
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC STUDY OF ZIRCONIUM(lV) WITH BENZIDINE-bis-AZOPYROCATECHOL AND CETYLPYRIDINIUM published in

Azerbaijan Chemical Journal

Published by M.Nagiyev Institute of Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry
A.M.Pashajanov, I.A.Ahmadov The heteroligand complex of zirconium with benzidine-bis-azopyrocatechol and cetylpyridine have been investigated by the spectrophotometric method. The condition of complexing, composition, physico-chemical and analytical characteristics of the complex have been determined. The photometric determination method of zirconium has been worked out and the influence of strange ions on the determination of zirconium(II) has been studied
GREEN CHEMISTRY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
T. Naga Ravikiran*, Y. Rajendra Prasad, K. Anoop The term Green Chemistry was coined by Paul T. Anastas in 1991. Green Chemistry promotes innovative chemical technologies that reduce or eliminate the use and generation of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture and use of chemical products. Green Chemistry is designed to reduce waste products, non-toxic components and improved efficiency. Green Chemistry and sustainability are a new archetype that promises to have a deep and lasting impact on the science of chemistry. Green the path to sustainability.
Changing Concerns of Educational Technology from National Curriculum Framework 1988-National Curriculum Framework 2005 published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Sheerein Humaira Educational Technology (ET) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) are the need of the hour. Since long there has been a growing demand for integration of ICT in the school education. However there are barriers to successful integration of ICT in teaching learning process. Taking a glance from NCF 1988 to NCF 2005, this paper highlights the concerns in the area of ET from development of necessary infrastructure to the demands put on the part of the educator for successful integration of ICT and provides suggestions on how to deal with the era specific concerns and future concerns as well.
?OMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FEDERAL AND REGIONAL BUDGETS IN THE SOCIAL SPHERE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Olga A. Levina The article discussed in detail the various types of credit, its essential characteristics, constraints in the development of the Russian Federation at the present stage of socio-economic relations. At the same time, special attention is paid to the state loan used to cover the budget deficit and investment development.
The frequency of subarachnoid hemorrhage from very small cerebral aneurysms (<5mm): A population based study published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

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Parviz Dolati, Daniel Pittman, William F Morrish, John H Wong, and Garnette R Sutherland Background: The prevailing view amongst neurosurgeons is that the larger the aneurysm, the higher the chance of rupture. This implies that very small aneurysms rarely rupture. To investigate this theory, we conducted a population-based analysis of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage, with an emphasis on aneurysm size at the time of rupture. Methods: We retrospectively reviewed hospital records and radiological tests of all patients admitted to Foothills Medical Center, Calgary, Alberta, with a ruptured saccular aneurysm from January 2008 to January 2012. The size of the dome and neck (in millimeters), aspect ratio (aneurysm depth to aneurysm neck), and location of the aneurysms were determined using preoperative computed tomography angiography and digital subtraction angiography. Findings: One hundred and twenty three patients with a ruptured saccular aneurysm were identified. The average size of the dome, neck, and aspect ratio was 6.64.4 mm (range 1.5-26 mm), 3.1 mm, and 2.60.9, respectively. Forty-six patients (37%) had a ruptured aneurysm with dome size <5 mm (range 1.5-4.9 mm). For these small aneurysms, the average size of the dome, neck, and aspect ratio was 3.9+1.1 mm, 1.6 mm, and 2.1+0.6, respectively. The anterior communicating artery was the most common location regardless of size. Conclusion: Very small aneurysms (<5 mm) are a common cause of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage and when unruptured, should be considered lesions with potential for rupture. Keywords: Cerebral aneurysm, rupture, size, subarachnoid hemorrhage
SYSTEM TASKS KINEMATIC OF APPLIED PHYSICS SEA FLEET published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Sergey Alexandrovich, Mishchik suggested physical and mathematical modeling of a holistic system of life-through the use of twelve-pointed star as the lead Ertsgammy morphogenetic processes regarding psychological and pedagogical activity theory, psychological and pedagogical system analysis and the theory of the formation of mental actions. The appli-cation of the fundamental theorems of kinematics forward , rotary , flat and complex movements in extreme conditions on the sea fleet.
USE OF SEMI FIXED COMPOSITE SURFACES AT GEORGIAN published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Manuchar Tamazovich Shishinashvili; giorgi gizoevich Tsimakuridze In the work is discussed the recommendation of implantation and using of semi fixed composite surface in the itinerary infrastructure of Georgia. Are discussed positive and negative sides of the surfaces of such type, the technologies and peculiarities of their arrangement. In the work are compared physic-mechanical peculiarities of semi fixed composite surface and compared with the practical asphalt concrete arranged surface.
PREVALENCE OF CYP2D6 PHENOTYPES IN A YEMENI POPULATION published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
AM Othman*, Hussien O. Kadi Anes A. M. Thabit Due to lack of information on existence and prevalence of CYP2D6 genetic polymorphism in Yemeni population, this study was undertaken to reveal such information in Yemeni males. 70 healthy unrelated Yemeni males participated voluntarily as subjects in this study. They were categorized into two groups including 50 Arabs in one group and 20 Blacks in the other group. Each subject swallowed a standard dose (30 mg) of dextromethorphan (DM; the probe drug of CYP2D6) and slept overnight. The metabolic ratio of the drug to its major metabolite (dextrorphan; DOP) for each subject was determined by HPLC analysis of his urine sample collected 8 hours post-dosing. CYP2D6 phenotyping depended on the antimode ranges, of log metabolic ratio, that separate the phenotypes from each other. These antimodes were determined from the probit plot of log metabolic ratio of subjects in each group. Each subject was then phenotyped as either ultrarapid , extensive (normal), intermediate and poor metabolizer according to the value of his log metabolic ratio. The prevalence of CYP2D6 phenotype in each group was then calculated. It was found that CYP2D6 poor metabolizer phenotype in the Arab and Black subjects were 4% and 10 %, respectively, while the ultrarapid metabolizer phenotype was observed only in black subjects (20 %). These findings reveal the existence of CYP2D6 genetic polymorphism in both Arab and Black Yemeni males . However, pheno/genotype correlation remains to be established.
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.
Serum levels of Magnesium, Copper and Zinc in Young Couples published in

International Journal of Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics (IJFS)

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M.H. Salmani1,3*, M. Vakili2, M. Abedi3, S. A. Mozaffari3 Metal ions are required for essential body functions but are toxic in excess. These have been examined critically as a potent factor in various human diseases including cardiovascular disease, cancer. This study was conducted to estimate the level of magnesium, copper and zinc in serum of young couples. The 60 young couples (30 males, 30 females) with the mean age 23.18 4.31 years were included in this study. Serum elements level was measured using atomic absorption spectroscopy technique at calibration mode. The mean concentration of elements magnesium,copper and zinc in serum were (26.93 3.83, 1.61 0.31 and 7.18 0.62 mg/l) respectively. We observed he normal levels of magnesium, zinc, and copper in serum of young couples, as compared with normal range. The analysis of data was shown the dependency of serum concentration levels of magnesium, copper and zinc with age and sex.
STABILITY-INDICATING RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR THE ESTIMATION OF PANTOPRAZOLE SODIUM IN TABLET DOSAGE FORM published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Faraat Ali*, Dr. G. N. Singh, Dr. P. L. Sahu, Anuj Prakash, Manisha Trivedi, Tanzeel A. Khan The aim of the present study is to develop a simple, sensitive, rapid, accurate and precise reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic (RP-HPLC) method for the estimation of Pantoprazole sodium in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage forms. Analytical method was developed by using Waters X-Bridge Shield C-18 (4.6150 mm, 5?m) column; mobile phase consisting of ACN and ammonium bicarbonate phosphate buffer at pH 9.0; the flow rate of 1.0 ml/min and detection wavelength 214nm and eluted at 4.766 min. The method was found to be simple, accurate, economical, Precise and reproducible. There was no interference of any degradants and excipient in the determination of drugs in marketed formulation. So the method can be successfully applied for routine analysis.
Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study on Tata Agricultural and Rural Training Centre for The Blind- A Tata Group Initiative published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Richa P. Shah, Vijay Rajput Ranging from the ancient time to todays modern era of technology, the mankind has covered remarkably a long path. No doubt profit has always been the driving force behind all this development; But In present scenario business houses have started realizing that they would have to rise over and above the profitability and take care of all those stakeholders with their survival in the society directly or indirectly. This realization resulted into the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). This research paper moves around developing an understanding about the corporate social responsibility (CSR), taking the case study of the TATAs Initiative Tata Agriculture and Rural Centre for Blind in Phansa, Gujarat under Sir Dorabji Tata who has not only exemplified the sense of responsibility towards the upliftment of sightless and resource less people but also worked for the protection of their interest and helped in giving them a normal and respectful life.
Cause of fevers and diagnostic strategies among the HIV patients hospitalized in the regional hospital of Com (Southern Benin) A national study. published in

ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICINE AND PHARMACY

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Agbodand KA*, Attinsounon CA, Wanvoegbe FA, Azon- Kouanou A, Kpossou AR, Zannou DM, Houngbe F. Over the past decade, considerable progress has been achieved in expanding the access towards antiretroviral therapy (ART) in developing countries against AIDS, however Sub-Saharan Africa continues to record the highest number of deaths related to HIV. A cross-sectional, descriptive and analytical study was conducted in the department of polyvalent medicine of the first referral hospital of Comè over a two-year-period, from 1st January 2012 to 31st December 2013 to determine the cause of fever among the HIV patients. A total of 87 HIV infected patients were hospitalized during the study period. Among them, there were 60 cases of fever (69.0%). The mean age was 39.4 ± 11.3 years old and the sex ratio (M / F) was 0.94. Acute fever was recorded in 41.7% of cases and long term fever in 58.3% of cases. Infectious diseases like diarrhoea, pneumonia, oropharyngeal candidiasis, tuberculosis and cerebral toxoplasmosis were the main causes of fever in hospitalized HIV patients (96.3%).
INVESTIGATION OF EFFECT OF GRAIN SIZE ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF AL ALLOY BY USING FRICTION STIR HOLE EXPANSION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Vishwanath K.C *1 , Dr. Thirtha Prasada H.P The aim of the research work was to investigate on the effect of Friction stirring of a fastener hole affects the surface and mechanical properties of the hole. The surface that was friction stirred had the same roughness as that of the drilled hole. The surface and mechanical properties affect the number of cycles sustained under fatigue loading. A typical gradient of these stresses along thehole axis is observed. The residual hoop stress distribution introduced by means of the alternative FSHE method decreases along the distance from the center of the increases. An axial residual hoop stress gradient is also observed, but to a lesser degree than mandrel cold working stress result. A new conception for increasing fatigue life of large number of fastener holes in aircraft structures is developed. It is accomplished by a new method, called friction stir hole expansion (FSHE).
Optimum Capital Structure Strategies and Usage of Economic Value Added For Share Holders Value Creation with Special Reference to Infosys published in

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Dr. M. AMARAVATHI, ANAND SHANKAR RAJA. M The concept of capital structure is extremely important because it can influence not only the return a company earns for its shareholders, but whether or not a firm survives in a recession. Maximizing shareholders wealth has become the new corporate paradigm. The thrust area for todays management is to find means to create value for the owners. Many traditional models are present which may not measure the actual value created for its share holders. Thus, it is necessary for the usage of modern tool EVA to determine whether the wealth had been made use of or been destroyed. The firms can even plan optimum capital structure to increase their value
Biological Inhibition/Toxicity During the Anaerobic Digestion of Wastes From Food And Agricultural Industries published in

International Journal of Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics (IJFS)

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Provision of Recreational Facilities in Asokoro District, Abuja, Nigeria published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Bogoro Audu Gani Recreation is an activity of leisure, leisure being discretionary time. Recreation is an activity that people engage in during their free time. It is an essential part of human life and the role recreation plays in our societies has to do with health benefits, economic development, and prevention of crime. This paper is aimed at reviewing the provisions of recreational facilities in Asokoro District with a view to make appropriate planning recommendations. The methods of data collection are primary and secondary sources. The analysis is based on the responses of 302 respondents, from different recreational centers and general public. Different parameters were used to retrieve the information, which was based on socio-economic, socio-cultural, and physical aspects. The summary of findings revealed that more than 75 of the respondents are high income adults who are interested in recreational activities The major problems facing recreation in the area include, encroachment by other land uses long distance, inadequacy and poor maintenance of the recreational facilities. It is recommended that more facilities to be provided in accordance with planning standards and also space allocated for the development of recreational facilities in the districts should be protected by planning laws and regulations. Bogoro Audu Gani "Provision of Recreational Facilities in Asokoro District, Abuja, Nigeria" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18426.pdf
20-HETE Mimetics or Inhibitors in the Treatment of Cancer Patients with Sepsis and Septic Shock published in

International Journal of Cancer Studies & Research (IJCR)

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

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Shivaji Borhade, Munadhil Abd Aljabar Alsalim, Ali Omer Mohammed The International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) has become universal financial reporting language as it is currently used by 166 (85%) (out of 195) countries in the Africa, Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia and Oceana. Similarly, all eight country members of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) include Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka have accepted IFRS for presentation of financial statements of their public companies. In the era of globalistaion and liberalistion, IFRS are performing mounting significant role in the global accounting system. Therefore, this paper was intended to portray the process of convergence of IFRS in global accounting system and to identify the status of SAARC countries in convergence of IFRS. For this reason, secondary sources and review of literature were taken into consideration. The study demonstrated that IFRS set by International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) adopted by all countries have been altered slightly before accepting. The SAARC countries have also made minor modifications in IFRS and accepted in phased manner. The study concluded that the SAARC countries are facing number of problems that should be resolved for better convergence of IFRS.
Study on Comparison of Structural Fundamental Period within UBC -97 and ASCE 7-05 published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Htun Myint This study present the comparison of structural fundamental period generated from Equivalent Lateral Force Procedure by applying the provision of two building codes, UBC-97 and ASCE-7-05, to the most common residential buildings of standard occupancy. A sample three story building with two seismic zones (Yangon and Mandalay regions) and different soil types was subjected to code-compliant. All of the design calculations are processed by hand calculation. Furthermore, the comparison of result, such as the response acceleration of each codes will present with design response spectrum curve. For all cases investigated, the UBC was found to be significantly more conservative than ASCE-7-05. Typically, when a jurisdiction develops its own building code, an ASCE 7 edition is frequently adopted. Consequently, the comparisons presented remain relevant even when a local jurisdiction develops its own building code. Htun Myint"Study on Comparison of Structural Fundamental Period within UBC -97 and ASCE 7-05" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14274.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/civil-engineering/14274/study-on-comparison-of-structural-fundamental-period-within-ubc--97-and-asce-7-05/htun-myint
Weather and eye review-article published in

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Sanda Jurja The paper points out the role of direct and indirect action of weather and climate elements on eye pathology. Meteorological factors may act isolated or as components of a weather complex situation, in association with other individual meteorological factors. Consequences of such factors or complex situations on the eye may lead to functional disturbances and morphological changes, followed by transitory abnormal phenomena or irreversible lesions, expressed as eye diseases. The authors consider of interest an overview of this topic, as a possible future mean of preventing such pathology.
A Study of Training and Development Practices Adopted by BSNL published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Prof. Ekta Talwar, Dr. Neha Sharma Training is the act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing particular job .The training is to acquire new skill, technical knowledge, problem- solving, etc. Training improves the performance of employees on present jobs and prepares them for taking up new assignments in the future. Training also helps in the development of the employees. The main objective of the study is to identify the Training & Development Practices adopted by a Public Sector Undertaking - BSNL that has an impact on employee performance.
Rising Burden Of Smear Positive Leprosy Cases In A Tertiary Care Hospital Of North India published in

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Dr. Stutikansra, Dr. Pushpa Devi, Dr Kanwardeep Singh, Dr Sapna Soneja Objective: To study rising burden of smear positive leprosy cases in a tertiary care hospital of North India from 2012- 2014. Methods: Patients with clinical suspicion of leprosy, attending Guru Nanak Dev Hospital, Amritsar, from January 2012 to December 2014 were referred to the Department of Microbiology, GMC, Amritsar where cases were confirmed by slit skin smear examination. Smears were prepared from eight sites, stained with modified Zeihl Neelsen stain and examined under oil immersion to look for acid fast bacilli (AFB). Results: Out of 235 clinically suspected patients, 62 were diagnosed as smear positive for acid fast bacilli. A rise in number of smear positive cases was observed from 21.2% in 2012 to 29.9% in 2014. Conclusion: There is an urgent need to take up measures to keep a check on leprosy by timely surveillance, easy availability of multidrug therapy at all medical centers in India so that prompt treatment can be started to prevent damage to the nerves and prevent disabilities.
TWO - DIMENSIONAL DIFFERENCE - HISTOGRAM MODIFICATION BASED ON REVERSIBLE DATA HIDING published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Neelima Dadsena*, Archana Tiwari Both information hiding and compression are very essential technologies in the field of image pr ocessing. It seems that there is no relationship between information hiding and compression mechanisms emphasize the compression ratio. Now a days the data security and data reliability are the two difficult areas for study. In this paper, present a nove l lossless data hiding scheme based on histogram modification. This technique is based on differences of adjacent pixels for embedding data and has more hiding capacity compared to existing methods. The number of message bits that can be embedded into an i mage equals the number of pixels associated with peak point. The experiment conclusion and presentation comparison are presented to express the validity of the proposed algorithm
A NOVEL APPROACH FOR WATER TREATMENT BY USING ACTIVATED CARBON: APRICOT KERNEL SHELL published in

Eskişehir Osmangazi Üniversitesi Mühendislik ve Mimarlık Fakültesi Dergisi

Published by Eskişehir Osmangazi University
Sadaf ADHAMİ , Hamed GHORBANPOOR, Berat AZAK , Serkan KAPUCU, Macid NURBAS , Hüseyin AVCI The rapid growth of industry with increasing environmental pollution and abnormal climate changes caused by global warming leading to reduce water resources. It has encouraged strengthening the science and research to protect and clean drinking water resources since the last 40 years. As a result, many different technologies and researches such as biological treatment and oxidation techniques related to water treatment are being carried out. In this study, the color removal of watercontaining methylene blue (MB) by using activated carbon was performed. The activated carbon, which was obtained from the apricot kernel shell, has one of the world's highest surface areas. As a result of the analysis with UV-Vis spectrophotometer, approximately 95% dye removal was obtained within the first half hour. We have also observed that the apricot kernel activated shell gives much better results when we compare the color removal results obtained using TiO2 nanoparticles under UV light. It can be concluded that our country, which is the first in the world for apricot production, can supply the apricot kernel shell with a very low cost can have a great potential to treat water which is one of the most important problems of our lives.
STUDY ON SOIL PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND NUTRIENTS CHARACTERISTICS ASSESSMENT IN ZATAMZIRI VILLAGE OF WARUD TAHASIL, AMRAVATI DISTRICT(M.S.) published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rajesh P. Ganorkar*, S. D. Gorde, S. R. Kondulkar An attempt was made to analyse the physical and chemical factors of Five soil samples in Zatamziri Village In Warud Tahasil belongs to Amravati district in Maharashtra, India was selected for the present investigation. The soil parameters like soil moisture, pH, EC, Carbon, Calcium carbonate, Magnesium, Calcium , TDS, Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphorous content, heavy metal like Fe were analyzed in the month of February 2014, it was found that there was a marked variation in nutrients and parameters of various sample point in different farmers field.
INVESTIGATION OF THE PROPERTIES OF SOLUTI ON OF VARIATIONAL PROBLEM COUPLED FLOW OF SURFACE AND GROUN DWATERS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Petro Venherskyi * , Heorhiy Shynkarenko The mathematical model of surface and gro und flows of water are observed. Formulated initial - boundary and variational problems. We give conditions of the interaction of these two streams on the common border. And formulated a theorem on uniqueness and limited solution by variational problem of coupled stream.
Does Corporate Governance influence Firms' Financial Performance? - A Study of Indian Nifty Fifty published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Yashasvi Rajpara Corporate Governance brings about equilibrium between the expectations of the owners, employees, customers and all other stakeholders and it extends beyond corporate law. Its fundamental objective is not mere fulfillment of the requirement of the law but to ensure commitment of the Board in managing the company in a transparent manner for maximizing shareholder value. Non “ compliance of the Corporate Governance Code results into heavy Penalties, punishment and loss of repudiation which may spoil the image and may affect the financial performance and valuation of the firm. In view of the above, the present study wants to find out the effect of compliance of Corporate Governance Code on the Financial Performance of the Selected Listed Companies of India. With a view to examining improvement in compliance of corporate governance in sample listed companies a quality check model has been developed. For this purpose, data related to the various indicators defining the corporate governance compliances have been taken into consideration in quality check model and score have been assigned to this indicators based on their relevance. In order to find the impact of corporate governance on financial performance of sample listed companies corporate governance score and indicators of financial performances i.e. Net Profit, Earnings before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and adjustments (EBITDA), Earnings Per Share (EPS), Net Worth and Market Value have been tested. Dr. Yashasvi Rajpara"Does Corporate Governance influence Firms Financial Performance? - A Study of Indian Nifty Fifty" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd13096.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/accounting-and-finance/13096/does-corporate-governance-influence-firms-financial-performance---a-study-of-indian-nifty-fifty/dr-yashasvi-rajpara
A study on impact of mass media on food pattern and food choice of Private College students published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
URVASHIMEHLAWAT AND N. KHETARPAUL The present study was undertaken in Gurgaon district of Haryana state. From DPG Institute of Technology and Management (Private College), a total of 100 college going students of 17-21 year age were selected randomly for the study. Information regarding mass media interaction and eating habits was collected. Mobile phones were used for more than three hours daily by 66 per cent of the respondents followed by newspaper reading and TV watching for one hour daily by 46 and 35 per cent respondents, respectively. Majority of the respondents were watching movies (50%), music videos (48%), daily soaps (46%) and TV news (46%) very often. The data revealed that 34 per cent respondents had one meal outside home daily and 29 per cent skipped a meal daily. Majority of the respondents never had fruits/vegetables/juices or soft drinks/fast foods as a meal outside home.
AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE ON SPRAY DRYING AS A TASTE MASKING TECHNOLOGY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Swapnil M Kothavade1*, Dipti G Phadtare1, R.B. Saudagar2 Acceptability of every oral dosage forms is depends on their taste. Almost every active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) has an unacceptable taste due to which they are not suitable toadminister orally so, it becomes major cause of patient noncompliance. Few drug candidates are so intensely bitter that they required extensive processing to convert them in to palatable dosage forms. Various techniques are used to overcome bitterness of the API, such as coating of API by polymers, microencapsulation, use of flavors and sweeteners, taste Suppressants and Potentiators, spray drying, freeze drying etc. Among from all, the spray drying technique iswidely utilised for taste masking. The present review article highlight the recent taste masking techniques which are utilises in industries, emerging trends in spray drying technique and brief discussion on the taste masking by spray drying technique.
LIVER DERANGEMENT IN DENGUE FEVER ADMITTED IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL IN 2014, IN KOLKATA, WEST BENGAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine

Published by Innovative Publication
Sindhu L Background: The prevalence of diabetes mellitus is increasing at an alarming rate. It is a chronic metabolic disorder and puts considerable burden on the healthcare services. Adequate knowledge about their illness is important in controlling their disease and preventing complications. The aim of the present study is to assess the knowledge of diabetes among type 2 diabetes patients. Methods: This cross sectional survey was conducted among 140 type 2 diabetes mellitus patients attending the diabetic clinic of a tertiary care teaching hospital in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. Patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus between the age group of 25-75 were included in the study were collected using interviewer administered questionnaire. The knowledge of patients was assessed using Michigan Diabetic Knowledge Test along with the interview schedule for socio demographic and clinical data. The data were analyzed using appropriate descriptive and inferential statistics using SPSS. Result: The mean age of the participants was 5611.6, 50 % were females. 57.1% of study participants had family history of diabetes mellitus. Overall 58.6% of study participants had poor knowledge on the total DKT, while 53.6% did so on the general knowledge subscale and 67.9% on the insulin knowledge subscale. Females, older, people with less education, unemployed and with limited income had significantly lower knowledge. Conclusion: The level of diabetes knowledge among patients with type 2 diabetes was poor, especially among females, older people, those with low educational level and limited family income and unemployed patients. Diabetes educational programme need to be developed to address critical gaps in patients knowledge.
SIGNS OF PRIVACY IN METAPHORICAL MODELS OF PUPILS PERSONAL PROPERTY published in

FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
Dembytska N.M. The objective of this research is to investigate the pupils privacy as a psychological basis of socialization of personality as a proprietor. There are proposed to discuss empirical results of investigation of signs of privacy in metaphors as a manner of conceptualization of reality of pupils personal property relations. We analyze metaphorical content of pupils economic stories. The study showed that with age there are significant changes in thinking, categorization and conceptualization of school students personal property. The priorities in the system of personal economic privacy were in the changing from young to high school age. The economic privacy was developing from the shape which was implemented in the relations with the outside world to the shadow which was implemented inside (personality) world was the main tendency of the investigated process. There was confirmed the importance of certain signs of privacy for students personal property relations. It was shown that the elementary school students attached the greatest importance to the security of personal contacts with others about the benefits, security of personal property and personal potential in their personal property relations. The secondary school students valued the most the security of personal property, personal potential and personal time and information in their personal property relations. The high school students considered security of personal potential, personal time and property as the most important characteristics of their personal property relations. Based on the theoretical foundations and empirical research results, further investigations may focus on the actual levels of observance of the school students rights in the context of personal property relations. This is, to our mind, a psychological basis for the development of the private property culture.
A EFFECTIVE WAY TO MODIFY VIDEO FOR DELETING FORGROUND OBJECT FROM BACKGROUND USING EXEMPLAR BASED INPAINTING METHOD published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Amol Pawar * , Prof. A.P. Phatale A surveillance video for analyzing doubtful action in CCTV footage can be observed by military, police, Intelligance Bureau daily but some footage must be kept private and it’s content not getting viral for maintaining peace in society for this purpose reconstructing that footage is good option to avoid any misuse with that footage so we have implemented inpainting method to modify that video for deleting forground object from background , here we have use Exemplar based inpainting method which is used in Image Inpainting this method is combination of PDE based and Texture Synthesis based method in this process we have taken a video afterward s we have made conversion from video to frames then bineriwise morphology is applied for extracting forground object from background then available patches is inpainting by Exemplar based method then video is getting modified .
The Relationship between Organizational Justice, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Organizational Trust: A Case Study of the Employees of the Department of Youth and Sports published in

Research in Sport Management and Psychology

Published by Dr Mohammad Nasiri
Zohreh Meshkati, BitaEskandari, Mina Mostahfezian Background: The aim of this research was to study the relationship between organizational justice, organizational citizenship behavior, and organizational trust in the Department of Youth and Sports (DYS) in Fars Province, Iran. Materials and Methods: The population of this correlation research consisted of the employees of DYS of which 120 employees were randomly selected as the sample. Organizational Justice Questionnaire (Niehoff and Moorman, 1993), Organizational Citizenship Behavior Questionnaire (Messer and White, 2006), and Organizational Trust Questionnaire (Ruder, 2003) were used for data collection. The data were analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis. Results and Discussions: A significant positive relationship was observed between organizational citizenship behavior and organizational justice (r = 0.299), distributive justice (r = 0.237), procedural justice (r = 0.308), and interactional justice (r = 0.237). There was also a significant positive relationship between organizational trust and organizational justice (r = 0.759), distributive justice (r = 0.312), procedural justice (r = 0.775), and interactional justice (r = 0.718). There were multiple relationships between the components of organizational justice and organizational citizenship behavior (r2= 0.095). There were multiple relationships between the components of organizational justice and organizational trust (r2= 0.628). Conclusion: Therefore, it is necessary to enhance trust and justice in the organization and hold training courses for employee’s to fosterin them the tendency to display voluntary behaviors.
GLUTEN CONTENT AT THE DIFFERENT SOWING DATE OF SPRING WHEAT IN THE DRY STEPPE CONDITIONS OF BURYATIA published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Bair Batoevich Tsybenov; Alexandr Semenovich Biltuyev Here are the results of the effect of sowing date on wet gluten content in grain of spring wheat.
Computational modelling and mesh independence studies for the investigation of thermal conductivity behaviour for aluminium hybrid composites published in

Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Biomechanics

Published by Rational Publication
S A Mohan Krishna, T N Shridhar, L Krishnamurthy The thermal characterization of composite materials has been increasingly important in a wide range of applications. Thermal conductivity is one of the most important properties of metal matrix composites. Since nearly all metal matrix composites are used in various temperature ranges, measurement of thermal conductivity as a function of temperature is necessary in order to know the behaviour of the material. In this paper, determination of thermal conductivity has been accomplished for Al 6061, silicon carbide and graphite hybrid metal matrix composites from room temperature to 300°C. Aluminium based composites reinforced with silicon carbide and graphite particles have been prepared by stir casting. The thermal conductivity behaviour of hybrid composites with different percentage compositions of reinforcements has been investigated by using laser flash technique. The results have indicated that the thermal conductivity of the different compositions of hybrid metal matrix composites decreases by the addition of graphite (Gr) with silicon carbide (SiC) and Al 6061. Few empirical models have been validated concerning with the evaluation of thermal conductivity of composites. Mesh independence studies or numerical convergence test has been accomplished.
self-Esteem, Intrinsic Motivation and Pefectionism a study on indian Classical Dancer published in

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Swaha Bhattacharya, Shubha Lihala The aim of the present investigation is to study the self-esteem, intrinsic motivation and perfectionism of a group of Indian classical dancer. Accordingly, a group of 35 students and 35 professionals engaged in dance were selected as sample in this investigation. A General Information Schedule, Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale, Intrinsic Motivation Inventory and Perfectionism Inventory were used as tools. The findings reveal that comparatively higher level of self-esteem and perceived competence was observed among the professional dancers than that of the students. Not only this, professionals also showed higher levels of organization, striving for excellence and conscientious perfectionism than that of the students. The findings of the present work may help the dance institute to realize that there is a need to develop an awareness of the positive impact of exercise upon the body and mind and also to inspire the students to pursue and increase the levels of involvement in dance and how this can be achieved through efficient and effective instruction techniques
APPLICATION OF JUDD-OFELT THEORY ON ERBIUM DOPED CHLOFLUOROPHOEPHATE GLASSES SALUTATIONS published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

Published by University of El Oued
A. Babai, K. E. Aiadi, O. Bentouila, F. Rehoma A series of erbium doped glasses chlorofluorophosphates were prepared and characterized. The absorption spectra were analyzed to determine the Judd-Ofelt parameters. The optical performance of these doped glasses suggesting the relevance of these glasses for optical fiber/ wave guide lasers and optical amplifiers.
Ultrasonographic Profile of Patients with ovarian tumors published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. J. Sandeep, Dr. S. M. Jyothi Ovarian carcinoma is a silent killer and comprises a quarter of the gynecological malignancies even though most of the adnexal masses encountered in the day to day practice are benign. Numerous criteria can allow distinction between benign and malignant lesions. The study was conducted at department of radio diagnosis, Gandhi Medical College and General Hospital and its allied hospitals in Hyderabad from December, 2002 to may 2005. Study participants were patients of all age groups presenting with adnexal masses. Of the total masses studied 11(15%) were bilateral while the rest 59% (85%) were unilateral. Among the unilateral tumors 41 (58.57%) were right sided while 18 (25.71%) were on the left side. The Size of tumor ranged from 4.2 X 4cm to 30 X 18 cm. For Sonographically indeterminate masses MRI is useful for additional lesion characterization. Analysis of T1 W and T2 W signal intensities for benign appearing lesion with the addition of fat saturation for high signal on T1W sequences may lead to an exact diagnosis (or) a narrow differential. For cases considered suspicious by TVUS, more specific diagnosis by MRI may obviate the need for surgery (or) otherwise change management by identification of benign etiology.
Influence of Lean Management Practices on Quality in Construction Industries published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
T. Ravindaran, Dr.S. Anandakumar and Dr.V. Krishnamoorthy The purpose of this study is to determine various dimensions affecting quality in the application of Lean management practices in construction industries. This has been accompanied in South India from May 2015 to January 2016. The scholars implemented random sampling method for gathering data from the respondents. Moreover, questionnaire method has been used by the researchers. The researchers also used Statistical tools like Cronbach's Alpha, Exploratory factor analysis and multiple regressions for the study. This study significantly identifies nine important factors of quality in Lean implementation. They are: Elimination of waste, top management involvement, empower the team, timely delivery, amplify learning, material planning, employee ability, lean knowledge and quality of materials. Out of the identified factors: Elimination of waste, empowering the team and employee ability has significant impact on the project quality. The consequence of this research would benefit the policy makers in enclosing suitable procedures involving lean implementation in construction industries.
A Study on Problems faced by the Small Retailers with effect of Demonetization in Cuddalore Town published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Research Department of Commerce, St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Science (Autonomous), Cuddalore – 1. N. DHIVYA Research Scholar, PG &Research Department of Commerce, St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Science (Autonomous), Cuddalore – 1 Abstract The Federal Government’s up to date demonetization move has undoubtedly impacted the retail enterprise in the short term due to lack of liquidity in the economic climate. Demonetization creates panic among the many usual men, exceptionally amongst retailers and shopkeepers. The small retailers faced significant problems due to demonetization and those who are providing requisite goods and services. This analysis helps to understand how and what ways the retailers face the problems. Objectives are to identify the major problems faced due to demonetization by the small retailers and to realize the factors of previous and reward period of demonetization of small retailers. All type of shops are affected by quite a lot of methods due to demonetization procedure even though lots of the retailers have been helped and adjust themselves for demonetization undertaking due to the fact of our countrywide interest.
MEDITATION MEDICATION IN PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Prashant kumar Sharma Meditation is a mind-body practice in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). There are many types of meditation, most of which originated in ancient religious and spiritual traditions. Generally, a person who is meditating uses certain techniques, such as a specific posture, focused attention, and an open attitude toward distractions. The aim of Meditation is to reduce or eliminate irrelevant thought processes through training of internalised attention, thought to lead to physical and mental relaxation, stress reduction, psycho-emotional stability and enhanced concentration. Physiological evidence shows a reduction with Meditation of stress-related autonomic and endocrine measures, while neuroimaging studies demonstrate the functional up-regulation of brain regions of affect regulation and attention control. . In this paper we discuss the physiological and neurophysiological benefits of Meditation and its potential effectiveness as a complementary treatment approach for mental illness.
Android Application Based Real Time Home Automation published in

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Kallakunta. Ravi Kumar, Shaik Akbar There are several methods that can be used to control a particular system. They may depend on many variables, whether electrical, mechanical or electronic. The most common ones are direct control and remote control, which can be manual or automatic. Automated processes provide comfort for operators, decrease risks, and increase productivity. In the development of remote control systems, the telecommunications, electronics and control concepts, makes it possible to control any mechanism, system or interface from a computer, mobile device or tablet with a friendly interface. Nowadays the smartphones and tablets are becoming powerful and with new and useful characteristics, and they will be a perfect match to develop control systems. The use of smartphones and tablets in development and research is not only found in control systems, but in all areas as they represent a significant business opportunity for manufacturers who consistently develop better hardware and operating systems. In this paper we introduces an Android OS (operating system) based application for Tablet or Smartphone that communicates with the home appliances through Serial connection.
INVITRO EVALUATION OF HERBS ON HUMAN EPITHELIAL COLON CARCINOMA (CaCo2) AND ITS PERMIABILITY STUDIES- A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Gopinath S. M*, Shwetha. C.P, Hithysini.K.N and Kaushani Banerjee Cancer is a fatal disease taking many lives across the world and colon cancer stands third among all cancer after lung and breast cancer. Many conventional drugs have been used to treat cancer. Studies have shown that many compounds extracted from plants exhibit anticancer properties and also show negligible side effects. Few plants that have proven to exhibit antioxidant and anticancerous properties according to the literature survey and the phytochemical assays conducted by us, was chosen and tested on human epithelial colon carcinoma (CaCo2 cell lines) in vitro and the drug permeability studies was performed using FACS ( fluorescent Assorted Cell Sorting). In this article we have discussed few related researches and our present work as a review.
Spectral Characterization And Evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity of Flavonoid From The Flowers of Glyceridia Sepium published in

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C.Jayanthi,Dr.A.JohnMerina The flavonoid was isolated by extraction and fractionation with different solvents from the fresh flowers of Glyceridia sepium belongs to the family fabaceae and it was identified as Kaempferol 3,7-O-?-Ddiglucopyronoside with the help of UV ,1H NMR&13C NMR spectroscopic techniques ,then its antimicrobial activities against some human pathogens were studied by disk diffusion method . It has been proved that, the flavonoid possess anti microbial activity against all the tested strains and its zone of inhibition nearly equal to the drug Ciproflaxacin which was used as a standard drug. Thus the compound kaempferol 3, 7 - O - ? - D - diglucopyronoside obtained from the flowers of Glyceridia sepium is one of the potential element for therapeutic use
Determinan Kemiskinan Rumah Tangga di Provinsi Jambi published in

Jurnal Perspektif Pembiayaan dan Pembangunan Daerah

Published by Program Magsiter Ilmu Ekonomi UNJA
Nopriansyah, Junaidi, Etik Umiyati This study aims to: (1) to analyze the development of poverty in Jambi Province (2) to analyze the characteristics of poor households in Jambi Province (3) to analyze the factors that affect household poverty in Jambi Province. The results showed that the poverty rate in the Jambi Province in 2012 was increased compared to the year 2011, but generally in the last five years the poverty rate was decreased in Jambi Province. The characteristics of poor households in Jambi Province were the majority were living in rural areas, the majority of heads of poor households were male, the majority of heads of poor households in Jambi Province had educated under junior high school, the majority of heads of poor household were working in agriculture, the majority of poor households had a member more than four people and the majority of poor households in Jambi Province had never obtained business credit.Based on the results of logistic regression analysis found that the variables that affect household poverty in the province of Jambi was the classification of rural/urban variable, the head of household sex variable, the head of household education variable, the head of household occupation variable, household size and business loan assistance variable.
THE ROLE OF DISTRICT COUNCIL OF DONBASS IN THE CREATION OF THE FIRST UKRAINIAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL IN BAKHMUT published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Sergey Iosifovich Tatarinov The activities of the first vocational school in Bakhmut of Ekaterinoslav gubernia are for the first time studied in the article. It was the first institution of its kind in Russia and Ukraine,
APPLICATION OF IOT BLOCK CHAIN IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anjali Namdev*1 & Bijoy Jose Internet of Things is an emerging and growing technology in the field of information technology. It is the actualization of the ideology connecting the things to internet. The ‘Things’ refers to any physical objects which are uniquely addressable by standard communication protocol , can be identified by a RFID tag and be monitored from remote places or any electronic devices with sensors that can access the information’s from the surroundings . This information’s can be stored in a central server and can be analyzed and processed by smart applications. It is a technological revolution in this era which brings all the virtual and physical objects integrated into the existing network architectures so that they can connect with each other dynamically, anytime and anywhere, without the direct human interference. However, the IoT applications, has the drawbacks in some areas such as privacy and security of personal information’s gathered by IoT devices. This can be overcome by integrating IoT with block chain technology. By applying encryption algorithms blockchain protects, save and transmit these information’s over the network. The main objective of this paper is to review the studies conducted in the application domains where the indefinite scope of IoT block chain seamlessly applies .As the application domain is very vast, this review paper focus mainly on the popular application domains such as crypto currency, industrial &manufacturing applications and smart health care.
LEVATOR GLANDULAE THYROIDEAE, A FIBROMUSCULOGLANDULAR BAND WITH PYRAMIDAL LOBE: A CASE REPORT published in

International Education and Research Journal

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J. RADHIKA KRISHNAN, G. PRIYA, S. SUNDARAPANDIAN Thyroid gland is an endocrine gland, situated in the lower part of the front and sides of the neck. Among other endocrine glands, it is well known for its developmental anomalies. Levator glandulae thyroideae is a fibromuscular band which connects the isthmus of thyroid gland with the hyoid bone. During a routine dissection in the department of anatomy of SRM medical college, levator glandulae thyroideae was seen with the pyramidal lobe on the left side in a 55year old male cadaver. The knowledge on anatomical variations of the thyroid gland may help the surgeons to plan a safe thyroid surgery.
Extractive Separation of Iron and Cobalt Using Tributylphosphine Oxide as an Extractant published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Y. V. Ghalsasi Extraction studies of Iron and Cobalt are undertaken from salicylate media using Tributylphosphine oxide (TBPO) as extractant. Optimum extraction conditions are evaluated and compared critically, for both ions. The nature of extracted species is ascertained with logD-logC plots. Extraction mechanism is discussed for both the systems, which is found to proceed through formation of solvated species. The method permits mutual separation of Iron (III) and Cobalt (II) and from associated elements. Method also facilitates separation of iron (III) from alloys and pharmaceutical samples.
Matrimonial Alliances between the royal houses of Tripura and Manipur in the days of monarchy published in

International Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies

Published by Scholar Publications
Memchaton Singha Manipur and Tripura are two important integral states of North east India with a long glorious history of its own. Both the states maintained cordial relationship from the very early period despite regular intervals of conflicts. Marriage alliances between the royal families of Manipur and Tripura were common phenomena which began from remote antiquity and continued till 20th century. The instance of first marriage alliance occurred during the reign of Tripura king Taidakshin, the 43rd Raja. However, the most notable cases of matrimonial alliances between Manipur and Tripura started towards the end of 18th century. The distinctive feature in the marriages was that the Rajas of Tripura married not only Manipuri princesses but also many Manipuri girls belonging to plebeian family. The marriage alliances not only brought cordial relations between the two kingdoms but also there was cultural assimilation. The tradition of marrying Manipuri girls were even followed by many noblemen of the Tripura royal family. Tripura also witnessed various public welfare works that was contributed by the Manipuri Maharanis. Thus, we find that the Tripura royal house was filled with descendants from the Manipuri queens. This article focuses on providing a chronological historical account of the matrimonial alliances that occurred in the royal families of Manipur and Tripura during the period of monarchies. It also highlights the basic causes behind the arrangement of the marriages and also the cultural amalgamation between the two states. Keywords: Royal families, matrimonial alliances, monarchies, wed-lock, Meitei Queens, inter-dynastic.
A SURVEY OF ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNIQUES COMING FORTH IN SHEET-FED OFFSET PRESSES published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Mr. Ramesh Kumar*1, Mr. Bijender2 & Mr. Sandeep Boora3 Objective of this research paper is to put emphasis on various eco-friendly techniques existing today in sheet fed offset printing organizations and their futuristic aspects. Reducing pollution, decreasing carbon footprints and lowering volatile organic compounds have become essential today for various offset printing organizations for sustainable developments. To get aware of eco-friendly techniques coming forth, a survey of 15 printing organizations was conducted in Delhi NCR and BADDI (Himachal Pradesh) region. The data was collected with the help of questionnaire consisting of 8 questions. The result indicated that alcohol free dampening, IPA (Isopropyl alcohol) free printing, ETP (Effective and technically proven) and STP(Sewage water treatment) systems and Heidelberg carbon neutral machine are futuristic eco-friendly techniques, which can play significant role in coming time..
Transfer of Risk in International Sale published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Aastha Srivastava The general rule prevalent in India is that the risk of damage or loss of movable property lies with the owner of the good. The Latin term "˜res perit domino"™ expresses that the thing is lost to the owner of the property. This principle is applicable in the case of sale of movable property. The movable property includes every kind of movable property, including stocks and shares, growing crops, grass, and things attached to or forming part of the land that is agreed to be severed before sale or under the contract of sale. It does not apply to actionable claims and money. The barter or exchange of goods is not covered under this Act as it is governed by the general provisions of the Indian Contract Act, 1872. Aastha Srivastava"Transfer of Risk in International Sale" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17076.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17076/transfer-of-risk-in-international-sale/aastha-srivastava
A Study of Effective Modern Marketing Methods & their Impact on Consumer published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jitendra Kumar Singh, Manvendra Singh, Amit Gupta, Rajesh Dubey Marketing, more than any other business function deals with customer. It revolves around the customer. Building relationship based on customer value and satisfaction is at the very heart of modern marketing. The pricing strategies adopted the promotional tools selected; the design, shape and size of the product and the place of sales etc. are all decided after finding out the lifestyle, culture, buying habits and media consumption habits etc, of all customers. Marketing links producers and consumers together for mutual benefits production will be meaningless if goods produced are not supplied to consumers through appropriate marketing mechanism. When we saw around us we find marketing in advertisements that fill our T.V. spice up our magazines, stuff our mailbox or enliven our web pages. At home, at school, where we play, and where we work. We came across the marketing in almost everything that we do. Behind it all is a massive network of people and activities competing for our attention and purchases.
IMMEDIATE RELEASE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Vishal G. Rathod1, Vaishali Kadam1, S. B. Jadhav1, Md. Zamiruddin1, V. B. Bharkad2, Suprabha P. Biradar2 The drugs administered by oral route are versatile, flexible in dosage strength, relatively stable, present lesser problem in formulation and packaging and are convenient to manufacturer, store, handle and use. Solid dosage forms provide best protection to drugs against temperature, light, oxygen and stress during transportation. As a drug entity nears the end of its patent life, it is common for pharmaceutical manufacturers to develop a given drug entity in a new and improved dosage form. Drug delivery systems (DDS) are a strategic tool for expanding markets/indications, extending product life cycles and generating opportunities. Oral administration is the most popular route for systemic effects due to its ease of ingestion, pain, avoidance, versatility and most importantly, patient compliance. Tablet is the most popular among all dosage forms existing today because of its convenience of self-administration, compactness and easy manufacturing, however in many cases immediate onset of action is required than conventional therapy. To overcome these drawbacks, immediate release pharmaceutical dosage form has emerged as alternative oral dosage forms. Immediate release solid oral dosage forms are classified as either having rapid or slow dissolution rates. Immediate release dosage forms are those for which ?85% of labelled amount dissolves within 30 min. For immediate release tablets, the only barrier to drug release is simple disintegration or erosion stage, which is generally accomplished in less than one hour.Disintegrating agents are substances routinely included in tablet formulations and in some hard shell capsule formulations to promote moisture penetration and dispersion of the matrix of the dosage form in dissolution fluids.
Plasma Growth Hormone and Prolactin Levels in Healthy Sedentary Young Men after Short-Term Endurance Training under Hot Environment published in

Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine

Published by Montenegrin Sports Academy
?brahim Cicioglu1, Fatih Kiyici2 1Gazi University, School of Physical Education and Sport, Ankara, Turkey 2Ataturk University, School of Physical Education and Sports, Erzurum, Turkey Pituitary hormones play an important role energy expenditure and body temperature regulation during exercise. The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of two different endurance training in ambient temperature (30.76 1.71oC and 57.92 5.80% r.h.) on plasma growth hormone (GH) and prolactin (PRL) levels in non-trained healthy subjects. Twenty-four untrained healthy men participated in an 8-wk progressive two different endurance-training program. Subjects were divided into two groups: an interval running group (IR), and continuous running group (CR). Both groups were performed 3 days/wk. Growth hormone, PRL and VO2max levels were assessed at the beginning and the end of the training period. Body temperature (TB) was also measured at the beginning and immediately after each training. The exercise type affected plasma PRL (8.52 vs. 6.50 ng/ml IR and CT groups, P < 0.02) but did not alter plasma GH levels (0.95 vs 0.63 ng/ml IR and CT groups, P>0.38). Plasma GH level at the end of training program increased from 0.42 to 1.48 ng/ml and 0.58 to 0.67 ng/ml for IR and CR groups. Expectedly, both training types increased TB, at a greater rate for IR group than CR group. In conclusion, an 8-wk regular exercise result in an increase in plasma PRL level, without altering plasma GH level, which accompanied by elevated body temperature, regardless of the individuals sporting routine. These suggest that untrained individuals could benefit from a regular exercise program as much as those doing the routine sport.
BIG DATA ANALYTICS: 4A’s published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof. Sachchidanand Nimankar 1 , Prof. Sushant Dagare2 Basically, data process is seen to be gathering, processing and management of data for giving output of “new” information for end users [2]. Over time, key challenges are related to mining, storage, transportation and processing of high throughput data. It is different from Big Data challenges to which we have to add Volume, Velocity, Value, Veracity, variety, Visualization and Variability [4]. Consequently, these requirements imply an additional step where data are cleaned, tagged, classified and formatted. Big Data analysis currently splits into four steps: Acquisition or Access, Assembly or Organization, Analyze and Action or Decision. Thus, these steps are mentioned as the “4 A’s”
PHARMACOGNOSTICAL IDENTIFICATION OF ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUS WILLD. (ROOT) WITH THE HELP OF HPTLC METHOD published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

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Dr. Audimulapu Sudharani Diabetes mellitus (DM) is the most common endocrine and metabolic disease of humans. DM is classified generally in to 2 types 1. Type 1 diabetes also called insulin dependent DM (IDDM) is caused by lack of insulin secretion. 2. Type 2 diabetes also called non insulin dependent DM (NIDDM) is caused by decreased sensitivity of tissues to the metabolic effects of insulin. This is called as insulin resistance2. . DM occurs throughout the world, which is a major burden for health care facilities in all countries4. To study the autonomic dysfunction in type 2 diabetes mellitus by spectral analysis of heart rate variability. Compare HRV analysis between type 2 diabetes and normal volunteers. In this study the important finding is from comparing autonomic dysfunction with different HbAIc levels . Hence from this study we found that, if a person develops diabetes irrespective of the glycemic control he continues to have autonomic impairment
Emergent Cervical Decompression in a Child with MURCS Association published in

Global Journal of Anesthesiology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Claude Abdallah*, Leanne Foster This case report describes an unusual presentation and anesthesia management of a rare genetic association. The MURCS association, a variant of Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome is a rare (1/4500-1/50,000) congenital syndrome, of unknown etiology, consisting of mullerian duct (MU) aplasia, renal (R) aplasia, and cervicothoracic somite (CS) dysplasia.
Factors Influencing Tubectomy Among Women of Rural Belgaum: A CrossSectional Study published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Abhishek Prayag, Dr. Girija S. Ashtagi, Dr. Shrinivas Krishnagouda Patil, Mr. M D. Mallapur India was the first nation to formulate a national family planning program in year 1952. In India, sterilization accounts for 38.3% in total, with 37.5% female sterilization and 1% male sterilization. Objectives: To know various factors influencing Tubectomy among women of rural area. Methodology: Women seeking Tubectomy operation from Jan to June 2014 from three PHCs in Belgaum were taken for study. All the 263 females who came for tubectomy were enrolled from these three rural areas. Results: Mean age of undergoing tubectomy was 25.9 years. 37% of females were illiterate, where as 22% of their husbands were illiterate and average family size was 2.6.Education of the couple was significantly related to number of living children. In 37% cases, FHW was the motivator. Conclusions:Atleast one male child was present in all the families except eight. Education of both the parents emerged as an influencing factor in deciding the size of the family. Son preference is seen to be an important factor on decision making on tubectomy.
Evaluate the Performance of the Router Algorithms in Different Scenarios TCP Newreno and TCP Reno? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Wessam Abbas Hamed? Nowadays,As the new user applications and Internet traffic are rapid increas growth, the need for developing the Internet infrastructure that guarantee good level of quality of service became necessary. Congestion that is caused by amount of traffic remains steady as a main problem that threats the Quality of Service (QoS) on the Internet. Queue management mechanisms classified in to proactive working in Internet routers help enhance the performance of applications responsive applications such as TCP. Choose Active queue management mechanism plays an important role to lead to good network performance and utilization. In our research this we will evaluate the performance of the router algorithms namely DropTail, REM, and RED proposed for IP routers to achieve performance among competing sources based on different protocols(TCP Newreno and TCP Reno) using (ns2) and operating system linux . the purpose of this performance checking is to identify the key parameters to improve the fairness and link utilization in TCP/IP networks .also,this will help obtaining a better understanding of these mechanisms by identifying and clarifying factors that influence their performance in order to improve TCP/IP networks performance overall .after that ,We compared the results obtained from the statistical analysis based on the rate of the queue capacity and packet loss and link utilization.
Data Imputation Methods and Technologies published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ritesh Kumar Pandey | Dr Asha Ambhaikar We introduce a class of linear quantile regression estimators for panel data. Our framework contains dynamic autoregressive models, models with general predetermined regressors, and models with multiple individual e?ects as special cases. We follow a correlated random-e?ects approach, and rely on additional layers of quantile regressions as a flexible tool to model conditional distributions. Conditions are given under which the model is nonparametrically identified in static or Markovian dynamic models. We develop a sequential method-of-moment approach for estimation, and compute the estimator using an iterative algorithm that exploits the computational simplicity of ordinary quantile regression in each iteration step. Finally, a Monte-Carlo exercise and an application to measure the e?ect of smoking during pregnancy on childrens birthweights complete the paper. K-means and K-medoids clustering algorithms are widely used for many practical applications. Original k-mean and k-medoids algorithms select initial centroids and medoids randomly that affect the quality of the resulting clusters and sometimes it generates unstable and empty clusters which are meaningless. The original k-means and k-mediods algorithm is computationally expensive and requires time proportional to the product of the number of data items, number of clusters and the number of iterations. The new approach for the k mean algorithm eliminates the deficiency of exiting k mean. It first calculates the initial centroids k as per requirements of users and then gives better, effective and stable cluster. It also takes less execution time because it eliminates unnecessary distance computation by using previous iteration. The new approach for k- medoids selects initial k medoids systematically based on initial centroids. It generates stable clusters to improve accuracy. Ritesh Kumar Pandey | Dr Asha Ambhaikar"Data Imputation Methods and Technologies" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd14113.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/real-time-computing/14113/data-imputation-methods-and-technologies/ritesh-kumar-pandey
AIDP associated with interferon ?2b treatment of chronic HCV infection-case report published in

Published by
Dr. V. Venkata Ranga Reddy, Dr. Tamil Arasi, Dr. G. Mohan Reddy, Dr. Varra Lakshmi Interferon ?2b or ?2a plus Ribavirin is the standard treatment for all varieties of HCV related liver diseases.Duration of treatment varies depending upon the type of genotype and stage of liver disease.Patients on interferon treatment should be closely monitored with periodic clinical and laboratory evaluations.The side effects usually resolve after stopping treatment.
3-D Land Seismic Data Acquisition And Processing published in

Published by
Dessalegn Gezahegn This paper reflects the application of Geophysics for studding the internal structure of the earth especially for 3 -D Land Seismic Data Acquisition and Processing. It is composed of general introduction about seismic, methods of seismic data acquisition, seismic data processing in different stages. Then finally I tried to summarized and conclude about the acquisition and processing of the seismic data and the results after processing. There are also graphs which represent the data before and after processing. The instruments that have been used for acquisition and the methods used have been stated in the summery and conclusion.
PERFECTION OF REMUNERATION SYSTEM IN A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 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�
Kovalenko Elena, Guk Lesia Subject of research: some aspects of perfection of remuneration system in a construction company. Purpose of work: to define modern problems of remuneration organization in construction industry to ground the directions of remuneration system perfection in construction companies and in the industry as a whole. Methodology of work. The work is done by means of analytical researches of the transition process to a market economy which may provide an improved remuneration system in the construction company. Results. We distinguished the features of remuneration system in construction industry and suggested the introduction of grading system to substantially increase the labor productivity providing an opportunity to define all-level compensation on the basis of comparison of relative cost of different work areas (positions) suitable for all workers of a company. Scope of the results: State and private management of a construction company. Results of the study can be introduced by the heads of construction companies to use these new methods of encouraging workers financially that will substantially reduce company’s expenses and promote its efficiency. Conclusions. Construction industry is characterized by different building assembling works that demand a new effective remuneration system stimulating labor efficiency. A new approach to the remuneration system provides for the rejection of the traditional time-based or complexity-term systems; this approach is a system of grading. The introduction of a modern remuneration system in construction companies will provide an objective estimation of positions and stuff efficiency and, consequently, valid reward of employees, which is one of the main requirements for remuneration systems in market conditions and optimizes the wage fund.
Child Labor in Urban Informal Sector of Madurai City of Tamilnadu State published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
Research Scholar of Economics Bharathidasan University (Khajamalai Campus) Tiruchirappalli-23 Dr. J. A. ARUL CHELLAKUMAR Professor of Economics Bharathidasan University (Khajamalai Campus) Tiruchirappalli-23 India got independence before 70 years. Till now India has n number of policy and acts for eradicating the poverty and eliminate the child Labour in the country. But still, child Labour exists in India. This is not for India alone; Child Labour still exists in all the developing countries in the world. India has 43,53,247 lakhs of child Labour approximately (Census Data 2011). Hence the study focused on socio-economic condition, causes for child labor and working status of child Labour in Madurai city of Tamilnadu state. This paper makes use of primary and secondary sources, primary data collected through structured questionnaires by interview schedule. Secondary sources collected from journals and Published Reports. The study found that the majority of the child Labour belongs to socially backward communities. Most of the children cause into entering to work was the social cause and the poverty. All of children fathers has consuming alcohol in the study area. Also, the study examined the drug habit child Labour and non-drug habit child labor as well the rescued child Labour and non recovered child Labour in Madurai city of Tamilnadu state in India
Study of condensed Matter in super strong magnetic field and estimation of binding energies without including exchange energy term published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Brajesh Kr. Tiwary*, S. P. Tiwary **and L. K. Mishra Binding energies of Hydrozen, Helium, Carbon and Oxygen matter were evaluated without taking exchange energy term in a super strong magnetic field. The evaluation has been performed by theoretical formalism of Skjervold and ?stgaard using three adjustable parameter ?,R(a0), l(a0). Our results are in good agreement with these of the other workers.
Socio-Economic Profile and Planning of Street Venders in Surat published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. C. N. Ray Street vending is an important activity related to informal sector in urban areas as it provides job opportunity and means of livelihood to the urban poor but Urban Local Bodies consider it as illegal activity so far. The present study comprehensively covers the sociological, economic and space issues taking the case of Surat which is one of the fastest growing city and second largest city of Gujarat. In Surat, vendors can be seen all over the city but concentration is very high in major commercial areas that come under the central, west and east zone. Due to predominance of commercial activities in these areas also attract a very large number of people and have become prime location for informal activities like vending. The overall gender distribution indicates clear predominance of male vendors in Surat. Women are marginalized, among most vendor types. About 73% of the space in the natural markets is being used by vendors against movement space for customers and other activities. Opposite relationship has been found between area of the markets and number of the vendors. As the space reduces in comparison to number of vendors the size of unit reduces and its opposite, when number of vendors is less in comparison to the space available, the size of the unit becomes larger Dr. C. N. Ray"Socio-Economic Profile and Planning of Street Venders in Surat" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2282.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/social-science/2282/socio-economic-profile-and-planning-of-street-venders-in-surat/dr-c-n-ray
Secure Routing Protocols in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks A Survey published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Banta Singh Jangra, Manish Kumar Naga In this paper we are concerned with security of routing protocols in ad hoc wireless networks. Routing is an important operation, providing the communication protocol for data delivery between wireless devices. Assuring a secure routing protocol is a challenging task since ad hoc wireless networks are highly vulnerable to security attacks due to their unique characteristics. Traditional routing protocols designs do not address security, and are based on a mutual trust relationship between nodes. The wireless nature of communication and lack of any security infrastructure raises several security problems. We examined and classified major routing attacks and present a comprehensive survey on the state-of-the-art mechanisms and solutions designed to defeat such attacks. The current security mechanisms, each defeats one or few routing attacks. Designing routing protocols resistant to multiple attacks remains a challenging task.
Literary translation universals: a psycholinguistic study of the novice translators common choices published in

East European Journal of Psycholinguistics

Published by Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
Serhii Zasiekin The paper outlines the study of translation S-universals and is based both on the psycholinguistic model of literary translation, which combines two approaches to language organization in todays neuroscience cognitivism and connectionism, and on the experimental data that demonstrate its validity. A free word association test was used to identify a translators cognitive style as a universal tendency determining his linguistic choice. This psycholinguistic tool helped explore the ways how the meaning of the original text was reconstructed in the target text by the selected group of novice translators. A quantitative content analysis and psycholinguistic text analysis were applied for the purpose of studying the correlation between specific textual features of authors and those of the translators. As the empirical study showed, the S-universals maintain the status of common strategies depending on translators cognitive style. A think aloud protocol (TAP) analysis was used to explore the ways in which the meaning of the original text was reconstructed in the target text by the novice translators. A content analysis and psycholinguistic text analysis were applied for the purpose of studying the correlation between specific textual features of authors and those of translators. The results of the empirical study showed that the observed S-universals, while maintaining the status of common strategies, clearly depend on translators cognitive style (analytical or synthetic), and his dominant channel (visual, auditory, kinesthetic) of source text perception. Key words: translation, psycholinguistic model, translation universal, translators cognitive style, dominant channel of perception.
Automatic Attendance System Using Speaker Recognition published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
Dr. Zaw Win Aung The main aim of this paper is to develop automatic attendance system using speaker recognition technique. The proposed system is software architecture which allows the user to access the system by making an utterance from microphone and the attendance of corresponding user is marked in the Microsoft Office Excel. The proposed system automates the whole process of taking attendance. The system uses text dependent open-set speaker identification with MFCC features and vector quantization based speaker modeling for authenticating the user. A simple Euclidean distance scoring is used as the classifier. For decision making, the new approach, mean value threshold is proposed to optimize the system performance. The database consists of 60 speech samples which were collected from 20 speakers consisting of 10 male speakers and 10 female speakers. The experimental study shows that the proposed system with mean value threshold achieves better results in recognition accuracy and verification performance than the system with other threshold setting. Dr. Zaw Win Aung "Automatic Attendance System Using Speaker Recognition" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18763.pdf
Sitz Bath Vs Iodine Antiseptic (Betadine) Imbibed Gauze for the Management of Perineal and Vaginal Tears published in

International Journal of Translation & Community Medicine (IJTCM)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Eko F1*, Vivian V2, Fouelifack Ymele F1, Mbu R1,3,4 Aims: Sitz bath is a warm or cold bath used for healing or cleansing purposes. With over 85% of women having a vaginal birth who sustain some form of perineal trauma and placed on Sitz bath without really effectively applying it, we thought of proposing an alternative simpler and relatively effective method: iodine based antiseptic(betadine) imbibed gauze cleansing. Study design: A randomized prospective trial Setting and period: January 2009 to June 2009 in the central maternity of the Yaound Central Hospital because of the diversity and inflow of patients. Methodology: All women who suffered a perineal or a vaginal injury during delivery and who gave consent were recruited, into different treatment groups depending on randomization, by filling a pre-established and tested questionnaire. Randomization was done with respect to the day of the week they suffered the injury. They were then followed up with specific appointments for 9days and the parameters of efficacy evaluated and compared among the randomly selected participants. Results were analyzed using the V9 SAS software analytical system and significance value was tested with p <0.05 and CHI square. Results: We registered a 8% (94/1045) injury prevalence, episiotomies and tears together. After 9 days follow up of the randomized groups, the efficacy (degree of healing, infections, pain) was similar in the different treatment groups although compliance was better in the antiseptic imbibed gauze group than the sitz bath group. Conclusion: Our results permitted us to conclude that the efficacies are comparable although the compliance was better with betadine gauze cleaning than Sitz bath. We recommend that a large scale with bigger sample size be carried out. While awaiting a broader scale that imbibed gauze cleaning of perineal injuries be used instead of Sitz bath as this will facilitate applicability and reduce perineal infections postpartum. Limitations: Chronic pathologies like diabetes that could influence healing wasn't screened Same category of patients can be found on similar days particular to a treatment choice Some patients didn't respond correctly due to literacy level.
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Zbirnik naukovih prac fiziko-matematicnogo fakultetu DDPU

Published by Donbas State Pedagogical University, Department of Physics and Mathematics
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IN SILICO DRUG DESIGN AND EXTRACTION OF PIPERINE AN INHIBITOR FOR FERNESYLTRANSFERASE IN CRYPTOCOCCUS NEOFORMANS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
V. Mohanraj*, B. Aravindan, C. Jayaprakash and M.Thenmozhi Piper nigrum (black pepper) extract contains several important alkaloids. These alkaloids are important in medicinal biology. In this present work we have attempted to extract an important component from black pepper by solvent extraction procedure. Extracted product was isolated, purified and identified by TLC,UV-VIS spectroscopy, FT-IR Spectroscopy and 1 H-NMR, 13 C-NMR spectroscopy. Finally, the isolated compound of piperine activity was checked and proved through the insilico analysis using HEX software. The synthesized compound piperine was used to stop the function of the protein farnesyltransferase available in the disease causing organism Cryptococcus neoformans and also compared with the existing drugs.
Effects of a plant based Biodegradable Middle Meatal Dressing after Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: A Prospective Comparative Study published in

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Michael Schlewet* and Peter Catalano# Background: The benefi t from biodegradable middle meatal dressings is well established, and includes improved wound healing, stabilization of the middle turbinate, reduced granulation tissue, and improved patient comfort. This study compares the outcomes of a 100% plant-based nasal dressing to a popular fully synthetic dressing in patients undergoing endoscopic sinus surgery. Design and Methods: A prospective study compared the clinical outcomes of two groups of patients undergoing endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS); the study group had a plant-based nasal dressing placed into the middle meatus, and the control group received a fully synthetic product. Outcome metrics included the degree of middle meatal crusting, amount of retained material during follow-up, need for debridement, wound healing, incidence of epistaxis, rate of post-operative infection, and patient comfort. Data was collected at 2 and 12 weeks after surgery. All patients underwent ESS for CRS and were matched for demographics and extent of disease. Results: 25 patients were enrolled in the study group (50 dressings); the control group included 20 patients (40 dressings). The study group showed a statistically signifi cant reduction (p<.05) in nasal crusting, amount of retained implant, patient comfort, and the need for debridement compared to the control group. However, the rate of infection was slightly higher in the study group at 2 weeks. Conclusion: Plant based middle meatal dressings appear superior to fully synthetic dressings with regards to wound healing, crusting, rate of fragmentation, and patient comfort. A slightly elevated incidence of infection was noted.
MICROWAVE MEDIATED SYNTHESIS OF PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVE SUBSTITUTED DERIVATIVES OF 2-(4/-PHENOTHIAZINYL PYRAZOLYL) PYRROLES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Dr. Meghasham N. Narule*, Dr. Mahesh K. Gaidhane, Dr. Pravin K. Gaidhane Phenothiazines belong to an important class of heterocyclic compounds known for their pharmaceutical properties. Phenothiazine core is the active component in sedatives, tranquilizers, antituberculotics or bactericides. Phenothiazines are electron donor compounds with a low oxidation potential and they can form easily radical-cations.Lately phenothiazine has become very popular in material science or in biochemistry as marker for proteins and DNA. 2-[4 / -hydroxyl benz-1 / -(propene-1 // -one)] Pyrrole (2) on treatment with primary amine gives 2-[biphenyl amine-1 / -(propane-1 // -one)] pyrrole (3) which react with sulphur and iodine affording substituted 2-[phenothiazinyl-8 / -(propane-1 // -one)] pyrrole (4a-j) which undergoes cyclization with NH2.NH 2H2 O and Substituted 2-(4 / -phenothiazinyl pyrazolyl) pyrrole (5a-j) is obtained. The structure products were characterized by elemental analysis and spectral data.
Studies of plant growth substances on the yield components of winter season guava cv. L49 (Sardar) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
V.R. GARASIYA, N.M. PATEL*, H.S. BHADAURIA AND V. R. WANKHADE The present investigation was carried out to work out the effect of plant growth regulators on the yield of winter season guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. L49 (Sardar). The study revealed that an application of NAA 40 ppm as well as NAA 20 ppm was found to be the most effective in increasing more number of fruits per tree (439.00 and 410.05, respectively). These treatments also increase the fruit weight (153.22 and 136.13 g), fruit volume (127.68 and 114.20 cc), fruit diameter (5.63 and 5.36 cm) and yield (66.39 and 59.90 kg tree-1). The number of seeds per fruit was found to be non-significant. But minimum number of seeds per fruit was observed with GA3 50 ppm (300.01).
Implementation of LMS and NLMS Filters For Noise Cancellation in ECG Using TMS320c5505 DSP Kit published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Published by Editorin-chief
Ms. P. Manothini, T.L. Kayathri, I. Angel Augustina, R. Lavanyakumari This paper deals with the study and analysis of comparative performance of LMS and NLMS filters for removing the noise in ECG signal by means of MATLAB software and then it is implemented in TMS320C5505 DSK kit. The LMS and NLMS are the types of adaptive filters that are mainly used in the field of digital signal processing and finds numerous application in the areas of science and technology viz. echo cancellation, channel equalization, adaptive noise cancellation, adaptive beam-forming, biomedical signal processing etc . A Simulink model for both LMS and NLMS filters are designed by using the MATLAB tool and the output results are analyzed by using the digital storage oscilloscope. The results shows that the comparative performance of parameters such as SNR, power line interference, delay, MSE in NLMS filter is more superior when compared to that of LMS filter.
Profile of Bacterial Dermohypodermitis in Senegal over a 30-year period published in

International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Diallo M*, Niasse M, Diatta BA, Diop A, Ndiaye M, Ly F and Dieng MT Introduction: The increase of both the frequency and severity of the bacterial dermohypodermitis (BDH) in Senegal suggests the existence of other risk factors outside of those classically known to be involved. Our study aimed to clarify the epidemiological, clinical and risk factors of BDH in Senegal. Patients and methods: It was a retrospective, descriptive study based on records of all patients admitted for a DHD, in our department over a 30-year period (1982-2010). Results: We collected 456 cases including 365 erysipelas and 91 necrotizing bacterial dermohypodermitis (NBDH). Nearly 50% of cases were observed during the last decade. The sex ratio was 0.3 and 0.9 whereas the average age was 40 years and 45 years respectively for erysipelas and NBDH. It was a severe form of erysipelas in 243 cases and classical one in 122 cases. The predominant topography was the lower limb (81%). Simultaneous multifocal BDH was observed in 5 patients. The risk factors were skin bleaching (70%), venous insuffi ciency (37%), obesity (24%), a history of erysipelas (9.8%), lymphedema (9%) and pregnancy (3.5%). The portal of entry was identifi ed in 76% of the cases. NBDH was secondary to Vibrio vulnifi cus infection in 2 cases and Pasteurella multocida in one case. The outcome was recurrence of the disease (9%), death (2%) and elephantiasis (1.5%). Discussion: Our study reports on of the the most important BDH series in Sub-Saharan Africa. It highlights a marked increase in the frequency of BDH in our our country over the last years. In general, the condition was severe and typically affected young adults between 35 and 45 years old, usually females and mostly practicing skin whitening.
Perancangan Aplikasi Penjualan dan Penyewaan Mobil Berbasis Web Menggunakan Model Waterfall pada CV. Dhiyara Anugrah published in

Jurnal Informatika Universitas Pamulang

Published by Prodi Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Pamulang
Hadi Zakaria Peranan internet sangat penting guna menghasilkan informasi yang lebih cepat dan akurat; CV Dhiyara Anugrah merupakan perusahaan penyedia jasa dalam penjualan dan penyewaan mobil di wilayah Kota Tangerang. CV Dhiyara Anugrah saat ini belum menggunakan media internet secara optimal untuk kinerja perusahaan tersebut. Proses penyampaian informasi dan transaksi masih bersifat manual. Untuk itulah perlunya dirancang suatu sistem yang terkomputerisasi dengan berbasis web agar dapat menyajikan informasi yang cepat; tepat dan efisien dalam hal waktu dan biaya. Perancangan sistem informasi tersebut menggunakan bahasa pemrograman PHP dan penyimpanan data dengan MySQL. Hasil yang dicapai dalam perancangan aplikasi penjualan dan penyewaan mobil berbasis web ini adalah pengolahan dan penyimpanan data yang lebih baik dan efesien; dengan adanya pelayanan transaksi penjualan dan penyewaan mobil secara terkomputerisasi yang tepat dan akurat untuk menunjang kinerja para karyawan CV Dhiyara Anugrah.
A Scratch With Hind Toes by Rabid Dog Causes Rabies- Some Case Studies published in

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Omesh K. Bharti, Rajesh K. Sood, Vidya Ramachandran, Archana Phull Rabies is a fatal disease of zoonotic origin. Every half an hour, a person dies in India due to rabies. This year, the author learnt of a death of a referred patient due to rabies. The patient was referred from Rampur in Shimla District of Himachal Pradesh, India. The patient was bitten on his lower lip and developed symptoms of rabies within two weeks of the bite by a rabid dog. Similarly, another patient who had a scratch by hind toes of a rabid dog on the right forearm, died of rabies after 14 weeks and 4 days (102 days) in 2009 in village Talai of Matiyana block of district Shimla. Therefore, size and site matters in rabies and it should not be neglected as incubation period varies from few days to months. Another important aspect is that one should not stitch the wound without RIGs infiltration as it can be life threatening to the patient. The wounds on the face or head region deserve special attention and care. Abrasions due to toes should not be neglected as they can also cause rabies because animals keep on licking their toes, soiling them with infected saliva.
IMPORTANCE OF ANTIOXIDANTS AGAINST DISEASES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Jyoti Saxena Reactive oxygen species (ROS) is a collective term used for oxygen containing free radicals, depending on their reactivity and oxidizing ability. ROS participate in a variety of chemical reactions with biomolecules leading to a pathological condition known as oxidative stress. Antioxidants, therefore, can stop the formation of free radicals and the chain reactions, which would otherwise result in cell damage or even death. It is therefore, necessary to validate the utility of antioxidants in improvement of human health in order to take full advantage of their therapeutic potential. The human body has several mechanisms to counteract oxidative stress by producing antioxidants, which are either naturally produced in situ, or externally supplied through foods and/or supplements. This mini-review deals with antioxidants deleterious effects on cellular activities, and the concept of free radical biology and role of different antioxidants on human health and diseases.
Study of Homocysteine, High Sensitive Troponin-I and CK-MB in Myocardial Infarction. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Jayakrishnan. S. , Jayanthi Bai. N, Santhiya. G. A Myocardial infarction (MI) is a major consequence of coronary artery disease .Apart from the traditional risk factors , other novel risk factors are also found to play a major role in the progression of myocardial infarction. Of the novel risk factors, hyperhomocysteinuria is the most important culprit in the development of MI. Homocysteine is an independent and graded risk factor for vascular thrombosis .It is involved in the progression of atherosclerosis, stroke, and peripheral thrombosis. Hyperhomocysteinuria is a treatable hereditary disorder and if detected sufficiently early can modify or delay the onset of vascular diseases .In the present study cardio biomarkers, high sensitive troponin I, CK-MB, and homocysteine levels are measured in MI patients and compared with healthy controls .As expected, high sensitive troponin I and CK-MB are elevated in male and female MI patients. Homocysteine is definitely an independent risk factor and it is found to be elevated in 80%of male and 50% of female MI patients. Hence assessing its levels at an early stage and controlling the levels, could prevent or reduce the onset of MI in hyperhomocysteinemia. Hence it is the often neglected risk factor which is the culprit not only for MI but also for stroke, peripheral sclerosis and other types of thrombosis.
Persistence behaviour of tetraconazole in watermelon published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
A. KUNDU, S. MUKHERJEE, 1B. GHOSH, A. GOON, 2S. ROY, 1K. CHAKRABARTI AND A. BHATTACHARYYA A field study was conducted to observe the persistence behavior of tetraconazole on watermelon, at University Research Farm, Mondouri, Nadia, West Bengal season the season of 2013. The commercial formulation oftetraconazole (DOMARK 3.8 % EW w/w) was applied at the rate of 40 ga.i.ha-1 (recommended dose i.e. T ) and 80 g a.i. ha-1 (double the recommended dose i.e. T ) 1 2 along with untreated control. The average recovery of tetraconazole was100.3% in plant and 97 % in fruit matrix.The calculated half-life (t ) value of tetrazonazole ranged 1.36 1.55 days. No residue of the fungicide was found in the watermelon fruit 1/2 samples at harvest. This study revealed that watermelon fruit may safely be recommended for human consumption.
PATTERN OF SELF-MEDICATION WITH ANTIBIOTICS IN KHARTOUM STATE, SUDAN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Arwa H. A.Elhada*, Idris B. Eltayeb, Mahmoud M. E. Mudawi Aim: Self-medication is becoming a field of interest for research, but yet no much data are currently available about its major determinants. This study was aimed at determining the proportion of general population who practice self-medication with Antibiotics, the type of Antibiotic employed and the reasons for resorting to self-medication with Antibiotics. Methods: This cross- sectional survey used a pre-tested questionnaire to collect data from a sample of 442 adult persons, selected from the seven provinces of Khartoum State, Sudan, using a multistage stratified clustered sampling. Results: A total of 442 questionnaires were analyzed. The prevalence of self-medication with antibiotics during the 6 month prior to the study was 41%. Amoxicillin was the most popular (38%) antibiotic for self-medication besides erythromycin, tetracycline, and ciprofloxacin to treat the following symptoms: cough and sore throat, common-colds, skin infections, gastrointestinal infections and urinary tract infections with the length of use was mostly less than five days. Pharmacies were the most common source of antibiotics used for selfmedication (72%). Previous experience was reported to be the main reason for using non prescribed antibiotics (50%). There were no socio-demographic variables significantly associated with the actual practice of using non-prescribed antibiotics. However, health insurance, marital status, occupation and level of education were significantly associated with the intent to self-medicate with antibiotics (p < 0.05). Having no health insurance, being single, is associated with the intent to self-medicate with antibiotics. It's surprising that despite being educated, most of those who self-medicated were university graduates and university students. Conclusion: Given the findings, factors influencing people's intentions to self-medicate with antibiotics are required to be investigated to better understand such behavior. Impact of health insurance coverage on self-medication with antibiotics should also be further investigated.
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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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Implementation of Mahatma Gandhis Ideology in Self Sustained Health Development of Rural Adult Girls published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. Anjali Rajwade Mahatma Gandhi had a vision of India with self-sufficient and self reliant villages. Nutritionists can do a lot by objectively thinking, planning and implementing nutritional education programs for rural people. Rural adult girls (RAG), 18-20 years old, are in the pre-marriage stage. They are would be wives, mothers & home managers. Improvement in health & nutrition of RAG can benefit themselves, their families & their progeny in future. The study aimed at imparting holistic nutrition education (HNE) based on ideology of Mahatma Gandhi to rural adult girls (RAG) and assessing its impact. Iron Deficiency Anemia (IDA), personal hygiene (PH), Nutritional Knowledge (NK) and dietary practices (DP) were assessed before and after imparting HNE. The RAG after HNE were able to improve IDA from 57.50 percent RAG having moderate IDA to 42.50 percent RAG achieving non-anemic status. Before HNE, 72.50 percent RAG had poor PH level whereas 55.00 percent RAG achieved good PH level after HNE. Excellent PH level was attained by as many as 22.50 percent RAG six months after HNE. NK of RAG improved significantly resulting in 72.50 percent RAG managing to achieve good NK level after HNE. Excellent level of NK was attained by 5.00 percent RAG for the first time in their lives. DP were at poor level in 65.00 percent RAG but HNE helped 77.50 percent RAG achieve good level of DP. No RAG (00.00 percent) remained in poor level of DP. HNE enabled RAG to attain self empowerment in health and nutrition giving practical results to implementation of ideology of Mahatma Gandhi regarding rural masses.
Leader of The Tomorrow (Protection of Child labour) published in

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Dr. SRIGOURI KOSURI A number of Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have been playing a vital role in to eradicate the child exploitation, besides government interventions. Realizing that the government alone was not able to meet the challenges of the massive enormous tasks in the process of eradicate the child exploitation, the non-profit, voluntary and non-governmental organizations had to be involved in different phases and activities at the global, regional and local levels. Thus, in later phases, both the GOs and NGOs have been actively involved in transforming the lives of the CHILD. The NGOs have fought against the system of bonded labour, fake encounters by police, protection of women childrens rights, custodial violence and custodial death, prevention of torture and other in human practices. The judiciary has passed appropriate order and given compensation to the victims on a petition by the NGOs.
Enumeration of Plant Species from Family Malvaceae of Sabarmati River of Gujarat State , India. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Bharat B. Maitreya The present research paper give the information regarding plant species of Malvaceae family as riparian vegetation, which are grow in the area of Sabarmati river of Gujarat state , India. I enumerate and prepare a list of Plant species belongs to family Malvaceae .These plant species described in various available Floras. Plant species of family Malvaceae listed systematically which counts 11 species of 07 genera ,These plant species grow wild as well as cultivated.
Physiochemical Analysis of Textile Industry Effluent and Bioremediation of Dyes by Bacterial Species published in

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Tambekar, Dh, Rp Sontakke In the present study an attempt was made toexamine the potential of different bacterial strains fordecolorization of Congo Red from highly polluted drain, locally known as Buddha Nala, Ludhiana. The bacterial strains used in the study wereKlebsiella sp Staphylococcus sp, Pseudomonas sp and Bacillus sp.Outof theseBacillus sp. emerged out to be most potentdecolourizer, being selected for further studies.Over the years, with the active spread and development of the industries, Heavy Metal, which are either used, or produced as by-products by numerous manufacturing, industrial, refining and mining processes have become ubiquitous, persistent environmental pollutants. To overcome the difficulties posed by conventional wastewater treatment systems bioremediation has emerged as a promising technology in the past few years for the treatment of industrial dye effluents and contaminated soil.
Occurrence of Triadica Cochinchinensis Lour. (Euphorbiaceae) In odisha, India published in

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T. Kar, A.K. Nayak, K. K. Mandal Triadica cochinchinensis Lour. is first time recorded from the geographical boundary of Odisha. Its occurrence in Similipal Biosphere Reserve is of great phytogeographical significance. Detailed description, distribution, habitat and photographs have been provided for easy identification
Removal of Pb (Ii) Ion from Aqueous Solutions using Raw and Modified Pinus Sylvestris Sawdust published in

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S. M. N. Moalla, N. Hassan, A. M. Omar, N. M. Hosny The present study describes the adsorptive removal of Pb(II) ions from aqueous solutions by raw sawdust (R-SD) and sawdust modified with urea (U-SD) or thiourea (TU-SD). Adsorption experiments were carried out using a batch technique. The influences of solution pH, contact time, initial lead concentration, and adsorbent dose on the removal efficiency have been investigated. Langmuir and Freundlich adsorption isotherms fit well in the experimental data and their constants were evaluated. The results obtained in this study showed that sawdust modified with urea or thiourea has higher removal efficiencies (97.0-98.3%) for removal of Pb(II) from aqueous solutions in the Pb(II) concentration range of 10-50 mg/L compared to those of raw sawdust (86.7-95 %) used in this study. The results of treatment of some polluted water samples showed that the amount of lead reduced from 1.10 0.02 mg/L to 0.55 0.02; 0.46 0.02 and 0.36 0.02 by application of raw sawdust (R-SD), urea modified sawdust (U-SD) and thiourea modified sawdust (TU-SD), respectively. These facts suggest that the raw and modified sawdust present high potential to remove heavy metals from wastewaters.
Density, viscosity and refractive index prediction of binary and ternary mixtures systems of ionic liquid published in

Mediterranean Journal of Chemistry

Published by Abdelaziz SOUIZI
Gonzalo Astray Dopazo*, Miriam Gonzlez-Temes, Dina Larios Lpez, Juan Carlos Mejuto Different artificial neural networks architectures were developed to predict the density, viscosity and refractive index of binary and ternary mixtures of ionic liquids using their individual properties. All neural network implemented were evaluated using the root mean square error (RMSE) and the average percentage deviations (APD) for the training and validation phase. The individual models implemented show great values of R2 (greater than 9.995?10-01) and low errors in terms of RMSE, that corresponds with an APD less than 7.766?10-02 %, with the exception of the model for the prediction of viscosity where the error raised to 3.338 %. The results show that the different individual artificial neural networks implemented are a useful tool to predict the density, viscosity and refractive index of binary and ternary mixtures of ionic liquids and with reasonably accuracy.
Association of cognitive impairment with frailty in elderly: a cross-sectional study on communitydwelling non demented elderly referred to an outpatient geriatric service in Egypt. published in

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Motassem S. Amer, Rania M. El Akkad, Heba S. Hassan Frailty is highly prevalent in elderly and is associated with adverse health events, but its association with cognitive function is poorly understood. Aim; The aim of this study was to examine the association between cognitive function and frailty in community-dwelling non demented elderly. Methods; 115 non demented elderly, 60 years and older recruited from outpatient geriatric clinic at Al Mansoura General Hospital, Dakahlia, Egypt. Each participant underwent Comprehensive geriatric assessment, assessing frailty status by Edmonton frail scale (EFS) and assessing cognitive function using the mini-mental state examination (MMSE) and Montreal cognitive function test (MoCA). Results; It was found that Frail older adults had significantly worse performance on the MMSE and the Montreal cognitive function test even after controlling for covariates. According to the MoCA, among the pre-frail 66.67% had cognitive impairment, among the mild frail 94.44% had cognitive impairment, among the moderate and sever frail 100% had cognitive impairment, while according to MMSE, among the mild frail 55.56% had impairment , the moderate frail 56.25% had impairment, while the sever frail 100% had cognitive impairment. It was found that frailty status significantly correlates with age, education, function, and depression and by Linear Correlation Coefficient a significant correlation between frailty and age, function, cognition and depression was found. Conclusion; we concluded that being frail is associated with worse cognitive performance, as assessed by the MMSE and Montreal cognitive function test. Recommendations; It is recommended that the assessment of frail older adults should include assessment of their cognitive status.
Role of Bioferitilizer and spray with some nutrients on growth and yield of cucumberunder greenhouses . published in

alfuratagriculture

Published by Al-Qasim Green AgricultureCollege
M.M. Allawi K.AH.Drievil Afield experiment was carried out during 2014-2015 in the field of Rasheed station ard company in yosifia ,to study the impact of use of Biohealth and foliar with the Selabor and the organic nutrient Siapton and their intraction on growth and yield of (Falconstar) the hybrid of cucumissativus L. This study included nine treatments that were control(T1),chemical fertilizer %100 from the recommended Rate (T2) Biohealth (T3) Selabor (T4) organic nutrient Siapton (T5)and their intracation that were (T6,T7,T8) and the tri intraction Treatment(T9).Randomized complete Block Design was adopted with three replicates. Least significant differences LSD at %5 probability was adopted to compare the means. Results showed that the treatment of tri intracationfrom between the factors Study (T9) Significantly gave the highst values of the growth indicatoresuch as plant height,leafarea,Total chlorophyll,(N,P,K %, Fe,Mnmlg.kg) in plant leaves, ,fruit weight and fruit number per plant, one plant yield and total yield that were (3.04 m,6465.0cm2,11.71mg.g-1,4.42,0.49,4.47%,153.83,129.81 mlg. kg-1dry matter ,195.56 g, 26.00 ,7.68Kg.plant -1,8.45 ton.house-1)compared with the control that was(2.47m,4284.0cm2.7.06mlg.g,3.73,0.15,3.51%112.31 ,53.51 mg.kg-1 dry Matter, 174.73 gm , 24.33,5.48 kg .plant ,6.03 ton house-1) respectively.
Friend or Foe? Differential Effects of Harmonious and Obsessive Passion on Entrepreneurs’ Well-Being, Strain, and Loneliness published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Secil Bayraktar and Alfredo Jiménez Palmero Considering the close association of the two concepts of passion and entrepreneurship, there has been an increasing scholarly interest in the role of entrepreneurial passion in recent years (Cardon et al., 2009; Vallerand et al., 2003). Many studies found that entrepreneurial passion leads to positive outcomes such as persistence, hard work, motivation, energy, and overall success (Baum & Locke, 2004; Cardon et al., 2009; Cardon & Kirk, 2015). However, other studies found that entrepreneurial passion may as well be associated with certain negative consequences, such as escalation of commitment, poor self-reflection, ineffective relationships, and less adaptability (Fisher & Langan-Fox, 2009; Meyer & Zucker, 1989). Co-existence of such positive and negative outcomes of passion is attributed to the duality inherent in the nature of passion. Dualistic Model of Passion (DMP) (Vallerand et al., 2003) suggests that there are two types of passion: harmonious and obsessive. Consequently, passion can be inspiring and productive or, on the contrary, detrimental and harmful to oneself and others depending on the type of passion. According to Vallerand and Houlfort (2003), individuals with harmonious work passion can concentrate fully on their tasks and enjoy their work, while at the same time being able to focus their energy and attention on non-work related aspects of their life. On the other hand, individuals with obsessive passion feel emotionally dependent on work and have difficulty separating themselves from it, as work takes control of them. Studies showed that different types of passion lead to opposite outcomes. Harmonious passion was generally found to be positively associated with adaptive outcomes, whereas obsessive passion was generally associated with conflict with other domains of life, ineffective relationships, time spent on the activity, rumination about the activity when doing other things. Passion research is context specific and entrepreneurial context is different than regular work settings (Cardon et al., 2009). Therefore, passion for work (as well as the distinct effects of harmonious versus obsessive passion) may yield different outcomes in the case of entrepreneurs compared to studies conducted in non-entrepreneurial work settings. The main purpose of this paper is to use the dualistic model of passion (Vallerand et al., 2003) to identify the differential effects of harmonious versus obsessive passion in the context of entrepreneurs. We propose and test a model linking entrepreneurial passion (harmonious and obsessive) and entrepreneurs’ subjective well-being (SWB), psychological strain, and social loneliness through a quantitative study. Also, referring to the need to examine under which conditions passion may lead to adaptive or maladaptive outcomes (Vallerand et al., 2010), this study further proposes age as a contingency variable with the aim of understanding if entrepreneurs’ age makes a difference in the relationship between passion and perceived well-being.
A Longitudinal Study on Balance Among 10 Years Boys and Girls published in

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Dr. Madhab Chandra Ghosh Balance is an importance factor is our daily life. It is a biological system that enables us to know where bodies are in the movement and maintain a desire position. Static Balance is the ability to maintain total body equilibrium whiles the body in a static position. For that the purpose of the study was to observe the changes of static balance with the increase of age from 10 years to 12 years boys and girls. Sixty (60) school going boys and Sixty (60) school going girls 10 and 11 yrs of age were selected randomly as subjects for the present study. All the subjects were selected from kalyani Sub-Division school of West Bengal. To conduct the present study age, Height and Weight of the subjects were collected as personal data and Static Balance as criterion measure. Static Balance was measured Stork Stand Test in seconds. Five trails were taken of the particular test every after six month. The Mean difference in Balance for 10 years girls and boys was compare and analyzed through statistical procedure by using t-ratio. The result of the present study was showed that the Girls had performed Balance Significantly and they had proved in trail after trail.
INVITRO ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF MYXOPYRUM SMILACIFOLIUM BLUME (OLEACEAE) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Jolly Samu1*, Siju E. N. 1, Minil M1 and Rajalakshmi G R2. Inflammation can cause various physical dysfunctions. The study was aimed to evaluate the anti inflammatory activity of both ethanol and aqueous extract of the leaves of Myxopyrum smilacifolium Blume by HRBC membrane stabilization method and protein denaturation, using different concentrations (25, 50,100, 200 ?g/ml). In this study membrane lysis and protein inhibition was taken as the measure of anti-inflammatory activity. Both results are compared with standard diclofenac, Myxopyrum smilacifolium showed significant membrane stabilizing activity of 69.60% and protein inhibition activity of 91.54% at concentration of 200 ?g/ml. The result obtained from this study suggests that plant is a good natural source for anti-inflammatory therapy.
Chemical stress as a consequence of prolong drug use,a study on chronic health condition. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Dur-e-shahwar1, Shamoon Noushad2, Kisa Fatima2 & Sadaf Ahmed1,2 Background: Chemical stress is an indication of increase or a lesser amount of chemicals that body has exposed both internal or external environment provided to singe cell such as pollution, smoking, ingested food additives, pesticides, excessive consumption of sugar and alcohol, too many cups of coffee and even passive smoking cause chemical stress. This prolong exposure to any affluence can cause chemical stress that interferes with body’s natural balance. Methodology: A cross sectional survey based study was conducted at a local hospital including 3 groups of patients, Group I was using only anti diabetic drugs, Group II was chronic user of cardiac medications while Group III was using both. Demographic data, medical history and drug use duration and dosage were investigated as well as intensity of Chemical stress was calculated by Sadaf stress scale. The patients with severe and psychological and mental illness or any other chronic illness or patients who were failed to provide reliable information were excluded from study. Results: The result showed that there is a stressful built-up of chemicals as a result of altered metabolism due to excess drugs use in these patients. However moderate stress is majorly reported in Group III that indicates increased number of prescribed medications and their correlation with intensity of chemical stress. However, none of the patient scored severe stress which is again an indication that there is a progressive psychophysiological deteriorating state rather than fully damaged that can be improved.
COMPARISION OF DEPRESSION AMONG UNIVERSITY LEVEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS published in

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Sudha Bhatt, Mr. Dinesh Kumar Objective-The purpose of the study was to compare the level of depression among university level physical education students. Methods- For this purpose, 80 subjects were selected (40 each from L.P.U and H.N.B.G.U, B.P.Ed students) with age range between 18 to 29 years. Data were collected from respondents by using Depression inventory of Goldberg. To find out the significance difference t test was used. The level of significance was kept at 0.05. Result- The critical analysis of the data brings into light that L.P.U students were found higher in depression as compared to HNBGU as the calculated t-value we found was 3.531 which is greater than the tabulated value1.99 at 0.05 level of significance. Conclusion- We conclude that the students of LPU had higher level of depression when compared with HNBGU students.
Impact of Demographics on the Awareness Level of Social Media Marketing Practices published in

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Dr. Manju Baghmar, Ms. Khushbu Agarwal The usage of Social Media is increasing exponentially to satisfy the social needs of internet users, at the same time it has also increased the opportunities for corporate to market their products & services in a personalized way. The past record shows that social media has contributed significantly in changing the perception of customers in buying process. Organizations cant ignore the growing importance of social networking sites on the buying behavior of customers. This paper is an attempt to examine the impact of demographics on their awareness level of social media marketing practices. The paper is based on descriptive research design & close ended questionnaire is used to collect the primary data from social media users. Conclusions of paper reveal the awareness level of customers towards social media marketing.
THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL AND PHYTOPHARMACOLOGY OF TERMINALIA BELLERICA published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Renu Kadian1 *, Milind Parle 2, Monu Yadav2 World health organization (WHO) has advocated the evaluation of therapeutic potential of plants for diseases where we lack safe allopathic drugs. Terminalia bellerica also referred to as, Beleric Myrobalan belonging to family Combretaceae is a large deciduous tree with a thick brownish gray bark with shallow longitudinal fissures, attaining a height of between 20and 30 meters. It is found growing wild troughout the Indian subcontinent, srilanka, and South East Asia, upto 1200 meters in elevation, in a wide variety of ecologies. The chemical constituents isolated from various parts of the plant include Alkaloid, coumarin, flavones, steroids, tannins, glycosides, terpenoid, saponin.Terminalia bellerica has been shown to possess multifarious medicinal properties such analgesic activity, antibiofilm activity, anticancer activity, antidepressant activity, antidiabetic activity, antidiarrhoeal activity, anti-ulcer activity, immunomodulatory activity, anti-spasmodic and bronchodialatory activity, antifertility activity, antihypertensive activity, antifungal, antimicrobial activity, anti-inflammatory activity, antioxidant activity. The present review article provides up-to-date information on the therapeutic potential of Terminalia bellerica. We have tabulated the chemical constituents of Terminalia bellerica. This review article will help the scientists working in the area of traditional medicines and medicinal food in their research.
Responsibility, Prevalence and major factors of infertility, A cross-sectional study in Karachi. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENDORSING HEALTH SCIENCE (IJEHSR)

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Ayesha Khan, Neelam Barkat, Sidra Afzal & Shehla. A cross-sectional study was conducted to target the infertile couples visiting to private and government hospitals in Karachi from 2012 to 2014. The aim of the study is to know the higher prevalence of infertility among the married couples and to determine the major factors causing infertility. Detailed evaluation had been made to assess each cause. Likewise, in females, we analyze menstrual history, parity, past surgical history, family history and body weight, years of marriage, complete hormonal profile and ultrasonic measurements. On the other hand, in males; we conduct complete analysis of semen, coital frequency, addiction to any substance and medical history. Overall 475 infertile couples were targeted in the study, in which 175 pairs were included, who full fills all the inclusion criteria, i.e. with complete medical investigations and excluded the remaining with incomplete reports in females and in males who denied semen evaluation. The included couples are divided into four groups in order to determine the responsibility of childlessness between the two, a) female, b) male, c) both and d) unexplained infertility. Our study concludes that in the Karachi the majority of females are responsible for unproductiveness up to 41.1% rather than the male up to 25%, whereas 16.5% both the couples are involved in it and 17% has unexplained screened problems. Moreover, our study further explores the occurrence of primary infertility which is twice, i.e. 71.1% than secondary infertility, i.e. 22.8% in Karachi city. However, the major female factor is PCOS which is observed in more than half of the females in both primary and secondary incidents. While, lower sperm count, inefficient sperm motility and higher rate of abnormal sperm are the key male factors.
The effects of aerobic exercise on lipid profile and immunoglobulin in computer workers published in

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Abdelhady Mohamed Hamada, Moshira Halim Sabry, Begadsamy, Nagla Abdalla Aerobic exercise is advised for people with mental work. A total of 32 female computers workers were main group, and 16 female were control group. Blood samples and saliva, before starting aerobic exercise and after the end were collected. Blood pressure and pulse was monitoring at the same manner. Clinical examination included skin, lungs and heart were done.Our results revealed significant difference before exercise in salivaryIgA and malondialdehyde between groups, in HDL-cholesterol, malondialdehyde and pulse before and after exercise.Salivary IgAand blood pressure show significant difference in main group, before and after exercise. In main group, 8 cases presented with muco-cutaneous manifestations. We concluded that electromagnetic field may affect salivary IgA that may be corrected by aerobic exercise and aerobic exercise can ameliorate the complications of prolonged computer exposure. Moreover, aerobic exercise may increase HDL-cholesterol and decrease heart rate.
STUDY OF STABILITY OF FLYASH DAM USING SLIDE SOFTWARE published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Mayuri Wala, Parthiv Mehta, Ravi Patel The main aim of our study is to analyse the stability of slope instantly and to avoid tiresome calculation used in traditional method and to save time using computer software and application (SLIDE). And we have also tried to aware the use of fly ash for the preparation of dam which is just been wasted. The stability analysis of various slopes is very tiresome and time consuming effort, though due to various efforts we cannot analyse numbers of models due to restriction of time and large and monotonous calculation which are used in analysis by traditional method. Thus, emphasize by us is made on use of computer software and application for the stability analysis, which give results in couple of seconds and we have option of number of models and the best suited for us can be selected.
Comparision of I-Gel, A New Supraglottic Airway Device(SGD) with Classic Laryngeal Mask Airway(LMA) in Performance and Safety During General Anesthesia with Controlled Ventilation. published in

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Kinjal Sanghvi, Heena Parikh Background: I-gel is a new SGDs , differs from others as it has a softer and gel like transparent noninflatable cuff. Aims: To compare ease of insertion, effectiveness of positive pressure ventilation and airway complications of i-gel with classic LMA in general anaesthesia with controlled ventilation. Methods: A prospective randomized controlled trial was conducted among 100 adult patients of either sex, aged 15-50 yrs, weighing 35-75 kg, ASA-1 and 2 undergoing various elective surgical procedures under general anaesthesia.. Patients were divided into two groups : group 1. I-gel, group 2: classic LMA. .Anaesthesia was given by standard gas-relaxant IPPV technique. Data recorded were ease of insertion, no. of insertion attempts, time taken for successful device insertion, peri-opertive airway complication. Results: In this study both SGDs were easy to insert and did not require laryngoscope for insertion . Patients of i-gel group had comparatively less pharyngolaryngeal morbidity than patients of LMA group respectively (4% /20%). Conclusion: I-gel and Classic LMA, both SGDs can be used safely and effectively in selected patients for general anaesthesia with controlled ventilation with less pharyngolaryngeal morbidity.
A Study on Information Technology Professionals Perception Towards Quality of Work Life, Performance and Satisfaction- A Parameters at Work Place published in

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G.S.Indumathi, Dr.R.Thamil Selvan The success of every organization is highly dependent on the utilization of organizational goals. To achieve organizational goals, individual goals have to be satisfied, in that the Quality of work- life directly contributes to the utilization, development and achievement of organization and human resource goals. A high quality of work- life is essential for an organization to continue, to attract and retain employees (Sandrick, 2003). The basic premise of our Quality of Work Life (QWL) construct and measure is that employees bring a cluster of their wants to their employing organization and expect to enjoy a sense of Quality of Work Life (QWL) to the extent that these wants are satisfied by means of work in that organization. But due to various reasons the employees are forced to do the work and the organizations miss chances to concentrate on the quality of work-life of the employees. The aim of this study is to examine the relationship between the Quality of Work-Life with performance and satisfaction. Based on the interview with the employees in the organization the simple random sampling technique was adopted for 750 respondents. In this study the researcher applied the statistical tools like Confirmatory Factor, Independent sample t-test and Bi-variate. The result of this study clearly proves the employees resolve not to stick on in their job in the same firm has its because of heavy work load, Leader always criticizes the poor work, not having enough time to spend with the family and friends, Dissatisfied with the grievances handling by the management, no opportunity for promotion, no job guarantee. Hence require HR to concentrate on employees quality of work life in the IT companies
Unsteady MHD Stagnation Point Flow and Heat Transfer over a Stretching Sheet with Suction or Injection published in

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R. N. Jat, Navin Kumar In the present investigation The unsteady two-dimensional magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) stagnation point flow and heat transfer over a stretching sheet with suction/injection is studied. By using similarity transformation the governing partial differential equations are converted into nonlinear ordinary differential equations using a similarity transformation and then solved numerically. Results for the skin friction coefficient, local Nusselt number, velocity, and temperature profiles are presented for different values of the governing parameters like as Magentic, Prandtl number and Eckert number have been discussed in detail with Graphical representation.
Role of Diagnostic Hysteroscopy in Abnormal Uterine Bleeding and its Histopathologic Correlation published in

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Dr. V. Radha Lakshmi, Dr. C. Sunitha, Dr. M. Sofia Sowjanya Abnormal uterine bleeding is one of the most frequent menstrual complaints. A prospective study carried out in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at Kurnool Medical College Kurnool from April 2013 to march 2014.The present study is aimed to: 1. To study the accuracy of hysteroscopy in abnormal uterine bleeding 2. To correlate hysteroscopic findings with histopathologic findings.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF MATRIX TABLETS OF ROPINIROLE HYDROCHLORIDE FOR ORAL CONTROLLED RELEASE published in

Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology

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M. Mohan Varma, and M. Santosh Kumar The objective of the present investigation is to prepare and evaluate the controlled release matrix tablets of a water soluble drug (ropinirole hydrochloride) using direct compression and Wet granulation technology. Ropinirole Hydrochloride is a hydrophilic drug and has pH independent solubility. It is used in the treatment of idiopathic parkinsonsdisease. The controlled release matrix tablets of ropinirole hydrochloride were prepared using various polymers: guargum, sodium alginate and carbopol 940P.The matrix tablets were prepared using two strategies: direct compression and wet granulation. The tablets were evaluated for the various quality control parameters and the drug release was evaluated in pH 1.2 and in pH 7.4 buffer. The optimized formulation containing drug and guar gum controlled the drug release up to 8 hours. The drug release from the optimized formulation (drug: guar gum,1:2.5) followed first order kinetics and showed non-fickian diffusion mechanism. The FTIR studies indicated the lack of drug-polymer interaction. The formulated controlled release tablets can decrease the frequency of drug administration, decrease the plasma drug fluctuation and it can improve the patient compliance.
INDICATRICES OF NULL CURVES IN L3 published in

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Zafer Sanl?, Yusuf Yayl? In this paper, we investigate curvature and torsion of indicatrices of null Cartan curves in Lorentz-Minkowski 3-space L3 andgive some result on these functions.
Snapshots for intra- and inter-ocular differences at retinal proteins levels published in

International Journal of Ophthalmology & Eye Science (IJOES)

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Thomas Chuen Lam We attempted to study the intra- and inter-animal variations of protein expressions in chick retina using two-dimensional electrophoresis (2-DE). The posterior retinas of 10 day-old chicks were harvested. The proteins were extracted and 2-DE protein profiles between two eyes of the same individual and among different animals were compared and analysed using Melanie gel analysis software. Computerised Melanie gel analysis showed a high similarity of 83.1 2.1% (mean SEM, n=3) between the protein profiles of right and left retinas from the same animal. However, this percentage dropped to 64.1 3.1% (Mean SEM, n=3) when comparing between different animal samples. We have shown that there were good similarities in intra-animal comparison but poor in inter-animal comparison. We have documented the caveat in comparing the protein profiles between different animals where apparent differentially display protein could actually be a false positive signal. The finding highlighted the potential usefulness of the proteomic approach in basic eye research where comparison between control and experimental tissues could be carried out in the same animal, rather than using different animals. Keywords: Proteomics; 2De; Retina, Chicks.
Specificity of Saag (Serum Ascitis Albumin Gradient) in the Differential Diagnosis of Ascitis published in

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Dr. N. Baby Indira, Dr. S. Manikya Rao, Dr. Manjuleswari A method for the differentiation of transudate and exudates is studied by measuring SAAG i.e., Serum Ascitis Albumin Gradient. The study the superiority of SAAG over the traditional methods of analysing ascetic fluid as transdate and exudates. To determine the specifity of SAAG in the differential diagnosis of transdate and exudates
Relationship Between Quality of Insurance Services and Likelihood to Switchinginsurance Companies published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Urban EBJAN, Polona TOMINC Intense competition in the insurance market actively directsinsurance companies to maintaining the existing and attracting new users of insurance services. Users of insurance services may choose between differentiated insurance companies that offer a diverse range of insurance services. This enables users with the experience they have gained by working with the insurance company to decide whether to switch to another insurance company. In this paper we examine the quality of insurance services that users perceive with the existing insurer and its impact on the probability of switching to another insurance company. Based on a sample of 200 Slovenian users, we have found that there are significant differences in the perception of service quality, especially perceived friendliness and professionalism of the employees and the perceived quality of offers of insurance companies among users with high and users with low levels of education. Research has shown that the likelihood of switching to another insurance company is statistically significant and that perceived friendliness and professionalism of employees, perceived quality of offers of insurance companies, and perceived quality of implementation of insurance services, have negative effects on it.
LAND USE COVER CHANGE DETECTION OF KUFA CITY, CENTRAL PART OF IRAQ USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

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Saad R Yousif; Watheq F Shneen The large population growth of the province of Najaf, the latest great pressure on the city of Kufa, and the lack of adequate housing areas within the administrative boundaries has resulted in an increase of slums to a crawl towards agricultural areas and bypassed outside the administrative design of the city. Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have the potential to provide accurate information regarding land use and land cover changes. This paper testifies the appropriate techniques utilized to detect land use and land cover changes and the effect of irregular expansion on the urban planning.
A Hybrid Approach used to Stem Punjabi Words? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Puneet Thapar? Stemming is the process of removing the affixes from inflected words, without doing complete morphological analysis. A stemming Algorithm is a procedure to reduce all words with the same stem to a common form [20]. The purpose of stemming is to obtain the stem or radix of those words which are not found in dictionary. If stemmed word is present in dictionary, then that is a genuine word, otherwise it may be proper name or some invalid word. It is useful in many areas of computational linguistics and information-retrieval work. This technique is used by the various search engines to find the best solution for a problem. The algorithm is a basic building block for the stemmer. Stemmer is basically used in information retrieval system to improve the performance .The paper present a stemmer for Punjabi, which uses a Naive algorithm. We also use a suffix stripping technique in our paper. Similar techniques can be used to make stemmer for other languages such as Hindi, Bengali and Marathi. An in depth analysis of Punjabi news corpus was made and various possible noun suffixes were identified like ???, i??, ???, ??, ? ?? etc. and the various rules for noun and proper name stemming have been generated. The result of stemmer is good and it can be effective in information retrieval system. This stemmer also reduces the problem of over-stemming and under-stemming.
Evaluation of Histopathological Changes in Gallbladder Mucosa in Relation to Gallstones with Duration published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Mohd. Arshad Raza, Jagadamba Sharan, Chandra Prakash Pandey, M. D. Tripathi Gallstone diseases are very common throughout the world including India. It is estimated that between 85% and 90% of patients who have gallstones remain asymptomatic and less than 20% chance to develop symptoms. There have risk of disease related complications such as acute cholecystitis, gallstone pancreatitis and choledocholithiasis. The present study was conducted on 100 patients of gallbladder diseases irrespective of gender aged between 11 to 65 years. Out of 100 patients cholecystectomy was carried out on 87 patients. 13 patients of gallbladder disease left the hospital before their full work-up. The histopathological evaluation revealed that 44 cases (50.57%) were having only chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis, 18 cases (20.69%) were of acute on chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis, 13 cases (14.94%) were of Chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis with Metaplasia of gallbladder mucosa, 9 cases (10.34%) were of Chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis with Dysplasia of gallbladder mucosa,3 cases (3.45%) were of Chronic cholecystitis with cholelithiasis with Carcinoma gallbladder (Adenocarcinoma). Prophylactic cholecystectomy can be offered to patients having asymptomatic cholelithiasis as there is high incidence of gallstone related complications including carcinoma gallbladder.
Saving Faces Changing Lives the Art of Maxillofacial Prosthodontics Case Series Comparing Two Different Materials published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

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Bilal Ahmed* Surgical reconstruction of large facial defects is not possible at times due to extensive loss of tissues that cannot be corrected by surgery alone. In these cases, prosthetic restoration of lost facial tissues can be done using maxillofacial prostheses. Introduction of new material which gives life-like appearance to such prosthetic restorations e.g. silicone and poly ether rubbers and use of implants to retain these prostheses have given a new dimension to rehabilitation of such patients. However, in certain clinical scenarios, conventional acrylic resin prostheses are still the recommended options. This report discuss clinical performance of two cases of prosthetic rehabilitation of the nasal component of the face secondary to resection due to malignancy and due to infections using external device retained maxillofacial prosthesis.
Medico-Ethnobotany of Plants Surveyed and Studied in District Bijnor with Special Emphasis on their Medicinal, Religious and Ornamental Significance published in

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Garima sharma, Dr. Alka, Dr. Mukesh Kumar The Indian scriptures such as Rigveda and Atharvveda have given and identified several plants which can be used for curing diseases of humans as well as the animals. Ethnobotanical studies are making a valuable contribution to the cataloguing of biological diversity and hence to the conservation of endangered ecosystems and the human societies which depend upon them. Theplant - based traditional medical systems continue to provide the primary health care to more than three quarters of the worlds populace. Present study gives an overview of the survey and study of the 22 medicinal plants of district Bijnor (U.P.) with special reference to their traditional medicinal uses, religious and ornamental significance.
A Compact O-shaped Printed ACS fed Monopole Dual-band Antenna for 2.4 GHz Bluetooth and 5GHz WLAN/WiMAX Applications published in

International Journal of Advanced and Innovative Research

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Vasu Babu. K, Mary Surekha Sankuru, Chandini Shaik, Priyanka Tedlapu, Vidya Pulivarthi
KOB?lerde ? Kontrol Sisteminin De?erlendirilmesi ve Kayserideki ?malat Sanayi ??letmeleri zerine Bir Ara?t?rma (Evaluating the Internal Control System in SMEs and A Study of the Manufacturing Industry in Kayseri) published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

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Ahmet Tan, Adil zhan Abstract In recent years, fraudulent financial reporting scandals have abused the stake holders confidence to company managements. The existence of well-designed internal control system is very important in terms of the success of the business strategies and reliable financial reports. Reliability of financial reporting, effectiveness and efficiency of business operations, regulatory and other regulations compliance creates the objectives of internal control. In this context, the main objective of the study is to identify the problems and current situation regarding this issue by examining the approach of internal control systems of the SMEs especially which operating in the industrial field. According to the main findings which obtained in this connection, the majority of firms are aware of the benefits of internal control systems whether or not they have well-designed internal control system. Also, the significant relationships between SMEs current internal structure and attitudes of SMEs on internal control were found. Although internal control is a system which is designed and sustained by the participation of all managers and other personnel in an organisation, it is seen that responsibility about this subject is given only one department such as accounting-finance. On the other hand, according to the survey it is also observed that most of SME managers are used concepts of internal control and internal audit interchangeably despite being different from each other.
Socioeconomic Conditions of Agricultural Labour in Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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M. Radhakrishnaiah, Sankaraiah India is predominantly an agrarian country where 70 per cent of its population still depends on agriculture for its livelihood. The agricultural labourers constitute a considerable proportion of rural work force in India. In the present study males constitute 80.78 per cent, nearly 38.19 per cent of the agricultural labour belongs to Backward Caste, 66.89 per cent of the agricultural labourers are illiterates, 78.24 per cent live in nuclear families of agricultural labourers, 42.59 per cent of agricultural labourer mixed type of houses., But 82.87 per cent have own house around 34 per cent gave 2- 3 acres of land.
INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE MARTIAL ARTS WUSHU published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Dharmender Kumar, Dr. Sakti Ranjan Mishra Darwin used the phrase Survival of the fittest to describe how the natural selection worked. Survival of the fittest is commonly interpreted as the survival of the strongest. In fact if we search out human history of evolution, we would find that the most significant factor of this period has been human ability of movement which made his existence possible. Searching for food and feeding himself could not have been possible without that. The most dramatic change in the movement can be considered his ability to walk or move on two legs or bipedalism. Bipedalism was a behavioural innovation that led the way to making everything possible for our evolution. It was still the single step in our ancient past that led to the tool-making, brain enlargement, and intelligence that have led to our pre-eminence on the planet today.
Education Level and Environmental Hygiene: A Correlative Study in Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup District, Assam published in

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Chumi Kalita, Prof. Sarbeswarkalita In the present study, an attempt has been made to focus on some aspects of environmental hygienic condition linking to the education level of the people of Palashbari Revenue Circle, Kamrup district, Assam.Education level influences the environmental hygiene which then directly or indirectly influences health condition within the different communities inhabiting in the selected zones of the study area.A correlative investigation on educational level and some hygienic parameters has been incorporated in this study that reflects that thehygienic status is not very conducive to health in the study area.Results of the present study reveal the fact that the environmental hygienic status of people with the higher education level is satisfactory in comparison to the people with lowest educational standard.
Naiting of Ensemble of Texture Descriptors and Artificial Neural Network for Facial Recognition published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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Kabilan.R, B.Arul Rajan, Melbha Sweety.S
Test of Sharpe And Treynor Ratio on Selected Mutual Fund Schemes` published in

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Dr. Rajesh Kumar Mutual Fund is one of the most preferred investment alternatives for the small investors as it offers an opportunity to invest in a diversified, professionally managed portfolio at a relatively low cost. The paradigm shift towards mutual funds assumed greater importance ever since the financial sector gained momentum under the globalized and liberalized environment. Each mutual fund has its own investment objective such as capital appreciation, high current income or money market income. A mutual fund generally states its own investment objectives and investors as a part of their own investment strategies; choose the appropriate mutual fund for investment. The performance of the mutual funds products becomes more complex in context of accommodating both risk and return measurement while giving due importance to investment objectives.
EFFECTS OF YOGIC PRACTICE ON LIPID PROFILE IN ELDERLY WOMEN WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS published in

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Dr. Sukanta Saha This work has been conducted to examine the impact of 12 weeks of yogic intervention on lipid profile in elder women with type 2 diabetes mellitus. In this study, 20 women with type 2 diabetes and between 50 to 70 years old were recruited from two old age home and randomly divided into two (n= 10) groups of experimental and control. Experimental group were subjected to regular yoga practice for 12 weeks (3 sessions per week, 45 minutes per session), while the control group did not have any regular activity. The dependent variables were total cholesterol, triglycerides, low density lipoprotein, very low density lipoprotein and high density lipoprotein and were examined before and after 12 weeks of yogic intervention in both groups. Results indicated a significant (p ? 0.05) decrease in total cholesterol, triglycerides, low density lipoprotein and very low density lipoprotein; with a significant (p ? 0.05) increase in high density lipoprotein level from its initial value; while showing insignificant result in active control group. Consequently, it is suggested that yoga may be used as an adjunct to reduce type 2 diabetes mellitus of elder women.
SHUNT NEPHRITIS A RARE COMPLITACION O VENTRIULAR - ATRIAL SHUNTS: CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF THE LITERTURE published in

Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Daniel Sebastián Contento*, Juan Esteban Muñoz, Carolina Cortés, Sebastián Toro & Erik Muñoz Rodríguez Shunt nephritis is a rare complication in patients with ventricular atrial shunt (VAS) infection, used in the treatment of congenital or acquired hydrocephalus (1). Nevertheless, nowadays its incidence has decreased considerably, affecting only 0,7 – 2.25% of all the patients with ventricular atrial shunt (2,3). It is thought that shunt nephritis is due to the formation of immune complexes, which d eposits on the glomerular base membrane in the kidney, because of a chronic bacteremia (5). A good prognosis of this pathology is achieved if an early antibiotic treatment is established, and the infected shunt is removed
A STUDY ON CUSTOMER PERCEPTION TOWARDS ONLINE SHOPPING, NAMAKKAL published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. A. T. Jaganathan Mr. J. Suresh kumar Mr. M. Sakthivel Mr. M. Mohanraj The present article is an attempt that has been made to study the customer perception towards online shopping at Namakkal district. In this study an attempt has been made customer perception on online shoppers has been playing a vital role in these scenarios day to day activities in the mind of customers. Customer perception is typically affected in the way of broadly such as advertising, reviews, public relations, social media and personal experiences etc.,. Today we say that customers are mind blowing while go for a online shopping because the wide range of internet facilities in the era. The questionnaire was prepared through the inputs taken from the past researches and also from the feedbacks of the pilot study. Thus the validated final questionnaire was used to collect data from 150 respondents. The researchers have adopted random convenient sampling technique to gather the data. The data are analyzed using the simple percentage analysis and ANOVA (analysis of variances) methods. The result of this study reveals that customers are intake in the future online shopping in the way of intention for getting a products through internet websites such as EBay, Flipkart etc.,. The study suggested that the advertisers need to focus on their every customer's effort to tab the market assuming that the influence of the television ads in the online shopping behavior.
Assessing The Correlates of Media Planning for Development Communication in Agrarian Society of West Bengal published in

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K.Pradhan, Soma Pradhan The present study was conducted at Haringhata block of Nadia district in West Bengal, India to identify the correlates of media planning for development communication in agrarian societies. The purposive as well as multistage, random sampling procedures were followed to select the respondents for the present study. The data were collected with the help of pretested structured interview schedule through personal interview method. The collected data were processed into simple correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis to draw a conclusion. The variables age, occupation, venturesomeness, fatalism and dependency had shown a positive and significant association with the variable, media planning for development communication in agrarian societies. The variables education, marital status and fatalism of the respondents had significantly contributed in case of characterising the media planning. All together the predictor variables have explained 98.5% of variations embedded with the media planning for development communication in agrarian societies.
ECO-FRIENDLY PREPARATION AND BIOLOGICAL ASSESMENT OF Cr(III), Mn(II) AND Fe(III) COMPLEXES WITH PHENYLACETYLUREA AND BUTANOATE ION LIGANDS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Arunachalam, A.*1, Ramachandramoorthy,T.1, Padmavathy, S.1, Narendran, R.2 and Amala Fathima Rani,S.3 Phenylacetylurea (PAU) is a biologically active, bidendate neutral ligand. The present study deals with the microwave assisted preparation, physico-chemical, spectral and biological characterization of Cr(III), Mn(II) and Fe(III) complexes containing PAU and butanoate ion (but) ligands. The molecular formulae of the complexes were arrived at from the estimation of metals, electrical conductivities, and effective magnetic moment (?eff) values. The electronic spectral data indicate the probable geometry of the complexes. The antibacterial and anti fungal screening of the above three complexes against the bacteria, viz., Raoultella planticola, Vibrio cholerae, Lactobacillus brevis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Micrococus luteus and fungi, viz., Candida albicans, Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus sojae were carried out. The results indicate that the Fe(III) complex exhibits higher antibacterial activity than Cr(III) and Mn(II) complexes and pure ligands. All the three complexes show low anti fungal activity than the reference compound, ketokonazole. The diphenylpicrylhydrazyl (DPPH) free radical scavenging activity of the above three complexes are lower than the standard compound, vitamin-C.
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European Journal of Contemporary Education

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Bactericidal effect of garlic extract on Mycobacterium smegmatis published in

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Souvik Roy, Aditi Nag Chaudhuri Mycobacterium tuberculosis in India has developed alarming levels of multi-drug resistance (MDR). As a potential herbal alternative, minimal bactericidal concentration (MBC) of freshly-prepared crude aqueous garlic extract (AGE) against Corynebacterium spp. was found out to be 50 mg ml-1 , whereas that against Mycobacterium smegmatis, closely related to M. tuberculosis, was 60 mg ml-1 . 1.39 times and 1.06 times lesser amount of lipids extracted from cell walls of each crude AGE-treated bacterial culture strongly confirmed cell wall as the sub-cellular target. Also, Corynebacterial and Mycobacterial trehalose synthase activities were reduced by 2.2 and 1.31 times, and trehalose and mycolic acid contents diminished by 1.32 and 1.05 timesrespectively by crude AGE. Absence of microRNA-155 band on Tris-Borate-EDTA-urea gel from murine peritoneal macrophages infected with crude AGE-treated M. smegmatis, and fluorescence microscopic observation of green-colored viable macrophages from the same set further confirmed Mycobactericidal potency of crude AGE at 60 mg ml-1 .
Impact of Superstitious Attitude on Mental Health of Women Teachers published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Jaskiran Kaur Dayal, Manjot Kaur This study was conducted to study the impact of superstitious attitude on the mental health of women Teachers. The sample consisted of 200 women teachers belonging to rural and urban area from Ludhiana district of Punjab state. Superstitious attitude scale developed by Shailja Bhagwat was used to collect data. The statistical techniques such as Mean, StandardDeviation, and t-test and coefficient of correlation were employed. The results revealed that there exists a significant difference in superstitious attitude and mental health of rural and urban women teachers and also there is a significant but inverse relationship between superstitious attitude and mental health of women teachers.
PROCESS VALIDATION OF MEBENDAZOL TABLETS 100MG published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
A.A. Varade*, V.A. Jagtap, P.S. Shewale , V.L. Badgujar Process Validation is a reqirement of the cGMP regulations for the finished pharmaceuticals. Purpose of research was to study Process Validation of Mebendazol 100mg tablets dosage formulation, which acts as an Anthelmintics agent. Three initial process validation batches (MD3001, MD3002, MD3003) of same size, method, equipment & validation criteria was taken. The critical parameter involved in sifting, dry mixing, preparation of granulating agent, wet mixing, wet milling, drying, sizing, lubrication & compression stages were identified and evaluated as per validation master plan. The outcome indicated that this process validation data provides high degree of assurance that manufacturing process produces product meeting its predetermined specifications and quality attributes.
OPTIMAL FEATURE SELECTION FROM REMOTE SENSING IMAGES FOR AGRICULTURAL ACREAGE ESTIMATION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Pooja G. Mate*, Kavita R. Singh, Anand Khobragade Feature extraction directly affect the classification process poor features leads to inaccurate classification results. Feature extraction is complex task when we classify any sort of data may be it textual data, simple image and complex image like remote sensing multispectral images. On the place of basic features used across the world, very specific features are used for crop classification in the agricultural field. Finding those relevant features out of available one is the first job on priority. Researcher used those features as an input for estimating agricultural acreage from remote sensing images. This can introduced the concept of feature dimension reductionality.
Secondary Infection With Dengue Viruses in A Murine Model : Morphological Analysis published in

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D Bora Ferreira Barreto - Vieira, Christina Maeda Takiya, Fernanda Cunha J Come, Arthur Da Costa Rasinhas, Ortrud Monika Barth Morphological alterations in the lungs, liver and heart of BALB/c mice reinfected intravenously with heterologous dengue virus (DENV) using non-neuroadapted DENV serotypes 1 and 2 were analysed. Tissues samples were processed using the standard techniques of photonic and transmission electron microscopy. Morphological observations of lung tissue showed breakdown of the alveolocapillary barrier leading to alveolitis, focal zones of collapse, and intraalveolar haemorrhage. Inside alveolar septa, congested capillaries contained inflammatory cells and platelets. Alveolar capillary endothelial cells exhibited aspects of activation with protruding phyllopod and intracytoplasmic vesicles and vacuoles. The liver exhibited vacuolisation of hepatocytes, inflammatory cells inside sinusoidal capillaries, enlargement of sinusoidal capillaries, foci of haemorrhage inside the interstitium, oedema in the peri-centrilobular vein space and the presence of phyllopods and pseudopod-like extensions in endothelial cells. In heart tissue, a slight loss of cytoplasm in cardiac cells, which are areas with inflammatory infiltrate, and the presence of phyllopods in endothelial cells and the disorganisation of cardiac fibres were observed. DENV particles, DENV-specific antigen and DENV RNA were observed in mosquito cell (C6/36) cultures inoculated with the sera of reinfected animals. The morphological alterations observed in lung, liver and heart tissue were similar to what has been observed in human cases of dengue and severe dengue fever. The present study demonstrates that BALB/c mice reinfected with a heterologous serotype of DENV in this model develop more severe lesions than those observed in mice during primary infection.
Study effect moisture content of grain and speed in some indicators technical to milling machines. published in

alfuratagriculture

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Mousa .A. Aljibouri Mohammed.H.Kianmeher, Akbar, Arabhosseini, Sh.Kouravand Experiment was conducted to evaluate effect moisture content of grain and speed in some indicators technical to wheat cultivar, Ahwaz 1 in the labrotaries of the University of Tehran to2015. Research include using two types of machines ( Cylinder and Hammer), under three levels from moisture conten of grain (13-15% , 15- 17% and 17-19%),and three levels from speed (0.717 , 0.820 and 0.921 ) . The results indicated that the machine type Cylinder was significantly better on the machine type Hammer in all studies traits. As well as moisture grain 13-15% was superiorly significantly on two levels 15-17%,17-19% in all studied traits .While speed0.921 significant superiorly on two levels 0.717,0.820 in all studies traits except the percentage of breakage grain which gives result best with the speed level o.717 . The overlap between the machine type Cylinder and grain moisture content 13-15% superiority significantly and also overlap between the machine type Cylinder to speed 0.921 in all studied traits except the percentage of breakage grain . Compared overlap to the machine type Hammer with moisture content of grain and two speed in all studied traits.The best results have come from the triple overlap among machine type Cylinder, grain moisture (13-15%), and speed 0.921 in all studies tirats except percentage of breakage grain which gives the best result with overlap0.717 to moisture content of grain 13-15% and machine type Cylinder . Key worde:Production Process, Power Consumeption, Milling Recovery, Degree of Milling, Percentage of Breakage of grain , Milling Efficiency.
Antitumor Effect of Phyllanthusniruri on Irradiated Breast Cancer Tissue in Rat Through Activation of IFN? and CD95 published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Bambang Soeprijanto, Juliati Hood Assegaf This study aims to investigate whether the aqueous extract of Phylanthus niruri administered orally contribute to the antitumor effect on irradiated breast cancer in rats.interferron gamma and cluster of differentiation 95 (CD95)had benn knownto have an antitumor effect.An experimental study was carried out in rat with breast cancer induced by the 7.12-Dimethylbenz (a) anthracene (DMBA) and then irradiated (6Gy). The research sample were divided randomly in 3 groups (pretest, treatment and control). Each group had 10 rats. The treatment group was given the plant extract orally (250 mg/kg. b. wt). A significant increase in the number of cells expressing IFN?(p<0.05) and a significant increase in the number of cancer cells expressing CD95 (p<0.05) in the treatment group were observed. The result indicated that oral administration of Phyllanthus niruri extract increased the antitumor effect on Irradiated breast cancer in rats through activation of IFN? and CD95.
Medicinal Plants and their Anti-Tuberculous Property published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Gaurav Tyagi Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of tuberculosis, was responsible for the infection in approximately 9 million people worldwide in 2013 alone. All people who get infected with TB dont develop active disease. Those who dont develop the active diseases are referred to as latent TB cases. As per WHO, people with active disease might infect 10-15 people in their vicinity. Non-compliance of the available drug regimeleads to the emergence of drug resistance tuberculosis which is even more difficult to manage. There is a constant need to upgrade the armamentarium that we have for the treatment of tuberculosis. In the present situation, synthetic as well as drugs from the natural sources might play an important role in combating the pathogen. India with a vast variety of fauna can be a good contributor to the ever expanding field of natural anti-tuberculous agents.
An Employee Productivity of Selected Banks of India published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Prof. Dr. N. M. Kanani Commercial banks play an important role in the any countrys economy by financing the requirements of trade, industry and agriculture with a greater degree of responsibility. Banks mop up deposits by drawing the community savings into the organized sector, which are then priorities laid down by the RBI in consonance with the fiscal policies of the GOI. Commercial banks can be described as a type of financial intermediary. Commercial banks provide a number of import financial and trading documents such as letters of credit, performance bonds, standby letters of credit, security underwriting commitments and various other types of balance sheet guarantees. They also take responsibility for safeguarding such documents and other valuables by safe deposit boxes .For the past three decades Indias banking system has several outstanding achievements system to its credit. The most striking is its extensive reach. It is no longer confined to only metropolitans or cosmopolitans in India. In fact, Indian banking system has reached even to the remote corners of the country. Thus, Growing Indian economy is the result of effective Indian banking system amongst many other responsible internal and external factors, in which the role played by public commercial banks in the country is also a crucial one. Prof. Dr. N. M. Kanani"An Employee Productivity of Selected Banks of India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-3 , April 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd73.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/hrm-and-retail-business/73/an-employee-productivity-of-selected-banks-of-india/prof-dr-n-m-kanani
INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATIONAL ORIENTATIONS: A STUDY AMONGTHE COLLEGE STUDENTS published in

SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Published by AMIT PUBLISHERS & COMPANY
V.R. RAJESH, DR. V. CHANDRASEKARAN The main purpose of the present research was to investigate the Motivational Orientations o f college students in relation to certain background variables. The sample consisted of 300 students selected from Chennai city. The Work Preference Inventory developed by Amabile et al., (1994) was administered to collect the data. The result shows signifi cant difference in college students Motivational Orientations with respect to their Gender, Degree Studying and Stream of the Study. The result further reveals that the male students have Extrinsic Motivational Orientation and the female students have Intr insic Motivational Orientation.
ANALYSIS TO ENHANCE THE NETWORK MONITORIN G BY MULTI - CHANNEL PACKET - ANALYSIS SYSTEM (MPAS) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Ms Bhavya Yagnik * , Dr. Sanjay Kumar In the present times it is observed that there is a sudden rise in computer network technology. Its users have also increased in past few years & flow of traffic in networks is also raised. Hence, it has become a need to watch over the activities of user o ver the network, traffic of network in order to retain smoothness & efficiency of network. For the networks having a complicated structure, it is a hefty job to regulate & watch over the network as the data present is in very huge quantity. Therefore, pack et sniffing is applied. Packet sniffing is very much important to watch over the activities of a network that helps the administrators of network to recognize the problems. In previous paper [8], the concentration is over the packet sniffers that are perfo rming their tack in different kinds of environmental conditions, characteristics of existing sniffers, issues related to them & problems faced by them while executing sniffing. For successful completion of a watching job, a software is develop that will el iminate the drawbacks of the present tool. By implementing the packet sniffer, they maintain the traffic as well analyze it. Reports can also be prepared based on the traffic that is analyzed. Several protocols such as IP, TCP, UDP are applied & filtration is performed over them as per the protocol. Alerts are made if any suspicious activity is found. In this paper, a MPAS (multi - channel analysis system) is presented which supports debugging & verification of multi channel protocols. The ratio of packet los s can be minimized by implementing MPAS.
ROLE OF PHARMACIST IN THE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER: A CASE REPORT published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Uma Sankar Viriti1*, Swarna Latha Surakala1, Arun Satyadev Sidhanadham2, Esmaeil Mujavar2 Breast cancer is one of the major problems that India is facing and it also a major concern around the globe. It is the second most common disease diagnosed in India. Most of the women are prone to breast cancer due to several reasons mostly due to ignorance or shy or due to lack of proper awareness. Here in this case study 100 cases were studied and identified the reasons for greater occurrence of breast cancer in patients as the age increases in consideration of both menopausal as well as post menopausal women, we also discussed the factors causing breast cancer, effectiveness of 5-Florouracil, Adreamycin, Cyclophosphamide (FAC) combination therapy, justifying the patient compliance during chemotherapy, a view on post-menopausal women chances of occurrence of cancer in comparison with pre-menopausal women, counseling, prevention and father awareness towards the adverse effects of chemotherapy.
LQR Controller for Kufasat published in

Journal of Kufa physics

Published by Physics Department /Faculty of Science /University of Kufa
Mohammed Chessab Mahdi, Mohammed Jaafar AL-Bermani Abstract In this paper, Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR)controller is applied to the attitude stabilization control of Kufasat. Using the linearized equations of motion for a rigid body in space, the linearized stability, effectiveness and robustness of a linear quadratic regulator (LQR) control design were compared with that of a Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) control design. The detailed design procedure of the LQR controller is presented. Simulation results show that precise attitude control is accomplished and the time of satellite maneuver is shortened in spite of the uncertainty in the system.
Studies on Production of Antimicrobial Substances from BACILLUS Species Isolated from Lonar Lake published in

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Tambekar DH, Tiwari AA, Tambekar SD The alkaline Lonar Lake is a unique ecosystem formed by meteor impact and situated in the Buldhana District, Maharashtra state (India). The development of resistance to multiple drugs is the major problem; therefore antimicrobial substances producing Bacillus sp. were isolated from the water, matt and sediment of alkaline Lonar Lake. Six Bacillus sp. were isolated using Horikoshi medium A, B, C and D. The isolated Bacillus sp. were identified by cultural, morphological, biochemical tests and by 16S rRNA gene sequencing, and found to be Bacillus fusiformis (CW4(1)), Bacillus circulance (CW2(2)), Bacillus fusiformis (CW1(3)), Bacillus cerecus (OCW3(1)), Bacillus krulwichiae (BW4(3)), Bacillus fusiformis (CW4(3)). All the selected Bacillus sp exhibited inhibitory effect against clinical isolates of pathogenic bacteria. Structural determination of the secondary metabolites was done by Gas Chromatography Mass Spectroscopy (GCMS) and results showed that OCW3(1) and CW4(1) showed strong, BW4(3) and CW4(3) showed moderate and CW1(3) and CW2(2) showed weak antimicrobial activity. Present study provides primary evidence that isolated Bacillus strains were promising sources for the antimicrobial bioactive substances and represent a new and rich source of secondary metabolites that need to be explored.
Investigation of Biochemical Changes in Saliva and Blood of Diabetic Patients published in

International Journal of Applied Biology and Forensics

Published by Gyaaf.org
Abdul Razzaq, Muhammad Sajid and Nasir Iqbal Diabetes mellitus is group of metabolic disorders characterized by an inability to produce sufficient insulin or to responds insulin that results high blood glucose level. Type-1 diabetes mellitus considered as an autoimmune disease and required life-long treatment with exogenous insulin. Blood glucose levels along with serum insulin level required for diagnosis. In present study serum and salivary biochemical changes in type-1 diabetes mellitus patients were analyzed to evaluate non-invasive diagnostic markers. For this purpose, serum calcium, phosphate, total protein, alkaline phosphatase and salivary calcium, phosphate and alpha amylase were analyzed. Overall high serum calcium levels were found in diabetic patients. Serum phosphate levels were found lower in diabetic patients as compare to normal individuals. Serum alkaline phosphatase and total protein levels were also significantly higher in diabetic patients. Salivary calcium levels increased significantly in diabetic patients as compare to normal individuals. While the salivary phosphate and salivary alpha amylase levels significantly decreased in type-1 diabetic patients. It is suggested that saliva is absolute surrogate of blood that can be used to diagnose and evaluate the progression of type-1 diabetes mellitus and as non-invasive diagnostic body fluid.
The Relationship and Effect of Role Overload, Role Ambiguity, Work-Life Balance and Career Development on Work Stress among Call Center Executives of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) in Selangor published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Abdul Jumaat Mahajar | Jasmani Mohd Yunus This research aim to identify the contributing factors of work stress to recognize the effect of highly influencing stressor among call center executives of BPO in Selangor. The four independent variables of this study which consist of role overload, role ambiguity, career development and work-life balance are analyzed to determine the relationship with dependent variable of work stress. A total 152 of respondents were involved in this study. Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires. The research analysis are consist of descriptive statistics, reliability analysis and inferential analysis to identify the relationship among the independent and dependent variables. The four independent variables together, explain 65 percent of the variance on stress. Role overload seems to have the greatest influence on stress, judged by the Beta weight of .784 which is the highest. , followed by career development Beta of .21. Work-life balance also has a significant negative influence on stress (Beta of -.21). Meaning, when work-life increase stress will decrease. Do not individually explain the variance on stress level significantly (Beta of. 0.0770 p> 0.05). So stress will increase if role overload and career development are increase. But for work life balance when it is increase the stress level of the call center executive in BPO decreased. Abdul Jumaat Mahajar | Jasmani Mohd Yunus"The Relationship and Effect of Role Overload, Role Ambiguity, Work-Life Balance and Career Development on Work Stress among Call Center Executives of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) in Selangor" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-1 , December 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8273.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/organizational-behaviour/8273/the-relationship-and-effect-of-role-overload-role-ambiguity--work-life-balance-and-career-development-on-work--stress-among-call-center-executives-of-business--process-outsourcing-bpo-in-selangor/abdul-jumaat-mahajar
Ovitrampas para Avaliao da Presena de Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus) e Aedes albopictus (Skuse) no Municpio de Vassouras, Estado do Rio de Janeiro published in

EntomoBrasilis

Published by Entomologistas do Brasil
Alexandre de Araujo Oliveira & Marise Maleck O objetivo deste estudo foi determinar em laboratrio se Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti (L.), importante vetor da dengue e febre amarela, alimenta-se do nctar de Euphorbia milii Des Moul (Euphorbiaceae) , planta comumente utilizada nos domiclios como cerca viva, e avaliar o efeito desta alimentao em sua sobrevivncia. O tempo de vida de ambos os sexos foi acompanhado diariamente e um teste de deteco de frutose foi utilizado para a comprovao da ingesto de acar pelos mosquitos. O acesso dirio ao nctar conferiu um aumento significativo no tempo de vida de machos e fmeas (12,8 e 18,4 dias, respectivamente), em relao aos mosquitos mantidos somente com gua (6,4 e 7,4 dias, respectivamente). Plantas em ambientes domsticos, produtoras de nctar e adequadas alimentao do mesmo pelos mosquitos, assim como E. milii, possuem o potencial de desempenhar um significativo papel no oramento energtico de mosquitos. Um aumento na sobrevivncia de fmeas pode significar um aumento na probabilidade de infeco e transmisso de agentes patognicos e nos machos um aumento na probabilidade de inseminao das fmeas. Ainda que frequentemente desconsiderada em pesquisas ou tticas de controle, a propenso do mosquito Ae. aegypti em ingerir acares pode ser uma varivel que confira vantagens a este vetor. Increases Survival of Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti (Linnaeus) Under Laboratory Condition by the Ingestion Extrafloral Nectar of Euphorbia milii Des Moul. (Euphorbiaceae) Abstract. The objective this study was to determine if in laboratory, Aedes (Stegomyia) aegypti (L.), an important vector of dengue and yellow fever, feeds on the nectar of Euphorbia milii Des Moul (Euphorbiaceae) , plant commonly used in homes as a hedge, and evaluate the effect of feeding on survival. The lifetime of both sexes was checked daily and a test for fructose was used for verification of sugar intake by mosquitoes. The daily access to the nectar gave a significant increase in the lifetime of males and females (12.8 and 18.4 days, respectively) in relation to mosquitoes maintained only with water (6.4 and 7.4 days, respectively). Plants in domestic environments, producing nectar and suitable for feeding by mosquitoes of the same, as well as E. milii, have the potential to play a significant role in the energy budget of mosquitoes. An increase in the survival of females can mean an increased likelihood of infection and disease transmission in males and an increased likelihood of insemination of females. Although often overlooked in research and control tactics, the propensity of the mosquito Ae. aegypti ingesting sugars can be a variable that confers advantages to this vector.
Solution to Data Sharing for Confidentiality between Service Provider and the Data Owner? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Ajay Bhaisare, Prof. Prakash Prasad, Prof. Ashwini Meshram? Cloud Service Provider (CSP) provides various types of services. Such as Storage-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a paid facility provided by CSP, where data owners can outsource their data in the cloud. This having some issue of ensuring the integrity and security of data storage in Cloud. We consider the work of allowing a Trusted Third Party (TTP), on behalf of the cloud client, to verify the integrity and security of the dynamic data stored in the cloud. The data owner securely outsources confidential data in cloud. It allows authorized users to access the owners file. It maintains trust between data owner and cloud service provider.
Synthesis and Characterization of Bis 3-Phenyldithiocarbazato Cadmium(Ii): a New Single-Source Precursor for Preparation of Cds Nanocompounds published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Susanta Kumar Giri Metal complex of the type ML2 [M = Cd; L = 3-phenyldithiocarbazate] have been synthesized and characterized by UV-vis and FT-IR spectroscopy. The complexe is formulated as four coordinate species with the dithiocarbazate acting as bidentate chelating ligand. The complexe is thermolysed at 100 ?C in ethylene glycol and used as single-source precursors for the synthesis of CdS nano compound without using any surfactant and or additives at mild reaction condition.
Urbanization as a major cause for biodiversity erosion-A case study along the bank of kali river published in

Asian Journal of Environmental Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHILPI AGGARWAL AND VEENA GUPTA The present study was carried out upon polluted river bank to investigate the impact of urbanization on plant genetic resources. Soil seed bank study was carried out by seedling emergence method and phytosociology by quadrat method. A total of 21 plant species were recorded in belowground vegetation and 73 plant species were recorded in overlying vegetation. The dominance of species differed between above ground and below ground flora. The present study showed that the availability of plant genetic resources was governed by relationship between above ground and below ground flora in peri-urban region.
THERMAL IMAGING-ASSIST HAND published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Abhit Kumar The world is full of master slave Telemanipulator where the doctor's masters the console and the assessment arm perform the operations, i.e. these robots are passive robots, what the world needs to focus is that in use of these passive robots we are acquiring doctors for operating these console hence the utilization of the concept of robotics is still not fully utilized ,hence the focus should be on active robots , THERMAL IMAGINGASSIST HAND use the similar concept of active robotics where this anthropomorphic hand focuses on the autonomous assist and scanning operation. Fingers of TI-AH (THERMAL IMAGING-ASSIST HAND) will work as a transducer as well as a actuator i.e. it will have tactile, force, pressure sensor rooted to it so that the mechanical mechanism of force, pressure and physical presence on the external subject can be maintained, conversely our main focus is on the concept of blue print of biorobt, scanning and assist performed through it.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE FACTORS OF ENTERPRISE FINANCIAL SECURITY PROVISION published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Aleksei Susidenko The author performed the analysis and the classification of the factors of enterprise financial security provision. The article contains the detailed analysis of certain classifications of the term financial security explained by Ukrainian and Russian scientists. The author both identified the factors, which may be implemented to provide the required level of financial security, and improved some well-known classifications. The proposed hierarchy of the factors enables to develop the system of indicators of the company financial security and to implement the leverage of the neutralization of financial threats.
Saffron: A golden condiment and a repository of nutraceutical potential published in

Food Science Research Journal

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
MONIKATHAKUR AND NEHASHARMA Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) is one of the worlds most valuable condiments, whose dried stigmas have been used since antiquity for culinary and medicinal purposes. The ethnobotanical data reveal that the plant and stigma extracts have many medicinal properties. On the basis of ethnobotanical data, lots of research has been done to determine the nutraceutical potential of saffron. The studies reveal that saffron extracts increase memory retention; reduce coronary artery disease and blood pressure, have anti-depression, anti-inflammatory, antigastric, anti-parkinsonian, anti-mutagenic, tumoricidal, cytotoxic, anti-hyperglycemic, pancrease protective effects and many more. Saffron being a rich source of carotenoids also has anticancer and antitumor properties. Being a repository of medicinal benefits, the potential can further be explored and exploited to develop new formulations and this golden condiment can be used as a complete and promising functional food.
Calculation of fission Radioactive Products (85Kr and 106Ru) Generated from Ceramic fuel (UO2) in nuclear Power Station, (PWR) Type published in

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Ali K. Hasan, Najim A. Askouri, Wefaa S. Sugab The ceramic fuel fission process within the pressurized water reactor (PWR) leads to generate radioactive fission products. The isotopes (85Kr and 106Ru), a money these products, which emitt gamma radiation. The process of calculations was conducted by using the computer program "MATLAB". The calculation included the effect of enrichment and neutron flux on the production ratio of these isotopes. It has been found that the increase of these parameters led to increased production of gamma-ray ratio.
Identifying Factors Influencing the Academic Performance in an Indian Undergraduate Dental Student Sample published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr Rucha Kashyap Identifying factors influencing the academic performance of undergraduate dental students will provide evidence regarding the impact of demographic, socioeconomic and educational patterns on the same. Improved knowledge of this relationship will provide a basis to guide the design of dental education programs, thus playing an important role in the current context of increasing demand for higher standards of education. Our findings provide encouraging evidence for more focus on the emotional and psychological needs of dental students for better academic performance and, thereafter, better clinical performance. Assessment of the impact of todays societal and economic changes and expansion on dental care systems in characteristics of freshman undergraduate students is important for the context of expansion of higher education.
Linear Model Predictive Controller for Closed-Loop Control of Intravenous Anesthesia with Time Delay published in

ACEEE International Journal on Control System and Instrumentation

Published by ACEEE
Deepak D. Ingole, Dayaram N. Sonawane, Vihangkumar V. Naik, Divyesh L. Ginoya, Vedika V. Patki During intravenous anesthesia, anesthetic drugs must be administered at a suitable rate to prevent over dosing and under dosing in a patient. A developed Pharmacokinetic- Pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) model, which has been used to study the relationship between administered anesthetic dose and its effect on the patient in terms of hypnosis, is considered. In this paper, Linear Model Predictive Controller (LMPC) framework based on Active Set Method (ASM) with modified approach for closed loop control of intravenous anesthesia is presented for Single-Input (Propofol infusion rate) Single- Output (Bispectral Index (BIS)) model of a patient. Effectiveness of the designed LMPC has been studied for BIS reference tracking as well as constraints, disturbances and noise handling in the measured variables. Performance of proposed approach is compared with conventional Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) controller, considering closed loop time delays. Simulation result shows that, proposed LMPC outperforms conventional PID controller.
CARACTERSTICA Y RIESGOS DE LAS PERSONAS CON DIABETES Y EPOC REGISTRADOS EN LAS EMPRESAS SOCIALES DEL ESTADO DE LA RED PBLICA DEL DEPARTAMENTO DE RISARALDA published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Jos William Martnez, Joanne Azucena Pulido Restrepo, Adriana Garca Torres, Gloria Ins Lasso Arguayo The diabetes Mellitus and the obstructive chronic lung disease, EPOC (OCLD), are part of the pathologies that have been classically defined as degenerative and chronic. The mortality in Risaralda reports the OCLD as being systematically among the first three causes of demise in the series since 1997. The tendency is towards the descent, while the mortality due to Diabetes Mellitus seems to have a trend towards the descent, it has presented an increase in the mortality rate during the past year. Even though there is an information system of sicknesses and mortality in the Departmental Secretary of Health of Risaralda, the orientation of promotional health policies is not enough with the information reported by the death certificates, to the point that currently the risk factors of the characteristic people diagnosed with DIABETES and/or EPOC (OCLD) are not know. People registered in the social enterprises of the state in the public net of the state of Risaralda. Methodology: This is a descriptive study, based on the individual records of services rendered RIPS (IRRS) that uses the following instruments as a source: Record of physical activity through the IPAC, cardiovascular risk, cardio-respiratory evaluation, the global recollection of the food of the previous day. A second quality control was carried out with the previously evaluated field records. The data base was created in Epiinfo. The results of the survey related to the nutritional analysis by means of the 24 hour remembrances and frequency of consumption, show, for individuals with Diabetes Mellitus, an average consumption of calories of 1.268 K/cal/day an extremely low register that places the contribution of consumed calories in a percentage of 43.1 in severe deficiency; of 41.6 moderate and of 12.4 in trivial deficiency. Note that neither normal caloric consumption nor excess consumption is reported. For people with EPOC (OCLD), the average of caloric consumption is positioned in 1274 K/cal/day, an equally low register that places the contribution of consumed calories at 39.0% in severe deficiency; 44.7% moderate and 10.6% slight deficiency. The caloric normality as well as the caloric excess does not present consumption.
The Conept of Caveat Emptor and Caveat Venditor Still Govern the International Commercial Transation in 21th Centuries published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Satish Kumar Singh In this research the researcher told about the caveat emptor and caveat venditor and the position of the caveat emptor and caveat venditor in 21st centuries and how they do the transactions international commercial market, what is the position of the caveat emptor and the caveat venditor in 21st centuries in international commercial market. And also in his research the researcher told the the position of the caveat emptor and the caveat venditor before the 21st century in international commercial market, and how they do the transaction of the goods and the money at that time . If any defect was arises in the goods at that time then they how to deal their problems of the goods and transactions, and before 21st century how the supply the goods was done by the seller of the products. In his research the researcher told how the international commercial transactions is different form the other transactions, and also deals before the 21st centuries how the consumers are protect their rights and and what are the changes come in 21st centuries for the protection of his rights. Satish Kumar Singh"The Conept of Caveat Emptor and Caveat Venditor Still Govern the International Commercial Transation in 21th Centuries" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd17007.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/law-and-management/17007/the-conept-of-caveat-emptor-and-caveat-venditor-still-govern-the-international-commercial-transation-in-21th-centuries/satish-kumar-singh
Improving Surface Finishing Quality by Using Radius Carbide Tips published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Yeddula Manohar Reddy | Mr. K. Pavan Kumar Reddy | Jayam Sree Hari In the metal cutting industry, Tip s cutter plays an important role in cutting metal to obtain the various required shapes and sizes. It is also an essential cutting tool for the engineering productions in the various aspects of engineering industries. For example, Automobile, Aerospace, Precision Engineering, Metal Stamping and Plastic Molding industries, therefore Tip sis the most common and widely used type of milling cutters where the demand is very huge. There are many different brands and types of Tips cutters available in the market, which manufacture from Japan, America, Europe, Korea, India, Taiwan and China, etc. The increasing competition in the market region spurs the various manufacturers to constantly develop many different kinds of high performances Tips cutters to cater the huge demand in the various aspect of engineering industries which can speed up the production time, processes and also reduce the production and lab our cost. Yeddula Manohar Reddy | Mr. K. Pavan Kumar Reddy | Jayam Sree Hari"Improving Surface Finishing Quality by Using Radius Carbide Tips" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd9646.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/mechanical-engineering/9646/improving-surface-finishing-quality-by-using-radius-carbide-tips/yeddula-manohar-reddy
Silkworm breeds and their hybrids of Bombyx mori L. to bmnpv stress published in

Asian Journal of Bio Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.H. ASHAAND R.N. BHASKAR BmNPV (Bombyx mori nuclear polyhedrosis virus) causes nuclear polyhedrosis in silkworms. This paper reports on the relative susceptibility of silkworm pure breeds and their hybrids reared under BmNPV stress condition. Infection during fourth and fifth instar silkworm Bombyx mori L., with nuclear polyhedrosis virus caused reduction in larval weight and revealed significant results. However, maximum larval weight of 3.67 and 3.98g/10 was noticed in fourth instar inoculated batches (10-1 and 10-3) of CSR2. Among hybrids, CSR4xCSR16 and CSR2xCSR4 have recorded (5.34 and 5.35 g/10) and (4.77 and 5.47g/10) compared to other hybrids. On the other hand, fourth instar inoculated batches of fifth instar also recorded maximum larval weight in CSR2 (13.88 and 14.18g/10 and 11.68 and 11.74g/10). Further among hybrids of same instar inoculated, CSR4xCSR16 recorded (19.06 and 19.90g/10 and 20.21 and 21.63g/10) which was found maximum than other hybrids. Effective rate of rearing (ERR) of fourth instar inoculated batches were realized differently due to the administration of BmNPV. However, the maximum ERR (59.33 and 64.00%) and (62.00 and 62.00%) was recorded in PM which exhibited more survival percentage followed by CSR4 (58.67 and 56.00%) and (58.67 and 59.33%) compare to other two breeds. Among hybrids, PMxCSR4 was recorded highest ERR (60.67 and 58.00%) and (58.67 and 57.33%) when administered with 10-1 and 10-3, respectively. The same trend has been noticed even in control lots. The results clearly indicated that, bivoltine breeds and their hybrids reflected low ERR percentage values inturn more sensitive to BmNPV stress.
REVIEW OF PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF HARIDRA (CURCUMA LONGA L.) published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Kharat Ravindra Sahebrao, Lad Meenal Deepak Haridra is widely used medicinal plant by every Hindu individual. The medicinal uses of Haridra are of utmost important. In the Ayurvedic literature also it is one of the most commanaly used herb. A review of research work done regarding ancient and ayurvedic properties of haridra i.e Curcuma longifolia is mentioned here.the studies showed that, haridra is possessing various pharmacological properties,according to Ayurveda, Kushthaghna, Pramehaha, Krimighna, Raktadoshanashak, Shothahar, Apachihar, Kamala ,Medhya ,lekhana, Vranaropan, Panduhar, Pinasahar, Aruchihar, Twakdoshahar, Varnya, Balya, Kandughna and Vishaghna And according to modern are anticancer activity, anti-inflammatory activity, antihepatotoxic activity,anti-oxidant activity,antidepressant activity,inhibition of aggregation of human blood platelets,topoisomerase i and ii enzyme inhibition activity, antifungal activity and mosquitocidal activity,neuroprotective activity,hypoglycemic activity,hypolipidaemic activity,antifungal activity,wound healing activity,anti allergic and anti histamine activity and complexion promoting activity.
BIOPESTICIDES: AN ECOFRIENDLY APPROACH FOR PEST CONTROL published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Srijita Dutta* Bio-pesticides are ecofriendly pesticides which are obtained from naturally occurring substances (biochemicals), microbes and plants. Biopesticides fall into three major classes. The potential benefits to agriculture and public health programmes through the use of biopesticides are considerable. Not all natural products are biopesticides. Some are chemical pesticides if they act on nervous system of the pest. Through the use of biopesticides in a wider way, agriculture and health programmes can be beneficially affected. There are many disadvantages associated with the use of chemical pesticides like genetic variations in plant populations, reduction of beneficial species, damage to the environment or water bodies, poisoning of food and health problems such as cancer which makes biopesticides to come into picture. India has a vast potential for biopesticides. Some biopesticides currently being developed may be excellent alternatives to chemical pesticides. Biopesticides being target pest specific are presumed to be relatively safe to non-target organism including humans. However, in India, some of the biopesticides like BT, NPV, neem based pesticides, Trichoderma etc. have already been registered and are being practiced. Also in India, there are many locally available plants like beshram, neem, garlic, triphala, pinus kesia etc which can be easily processed and increase the biopesticide consumption in India. Through this review, I would like to highlight role of biopesticides in agriculture and potential biopesticide available in India.
Teaching Effectiveness of Secondary School Teachers in Relation to Their Sense of Humour published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Umender Malik, Sarita Teaching effectiveness means the perfection, the optimum level of efficiency and productivity on the part of the teacher. This study explores the relationship between teaching effectiveness and sense of humour of secondary school teachers. The results explore that significant difference in teaching effectiveness and Sense of humour among male and female school teachers. Moreover significant difference also find in teaching effectiveness among secondary school teachers with sense of humour.
A CASE REPORT: PELVIC ABSCESS BY NON-TUBERCULAR MYCOBACTERIUM: A VERY UNUSUAL PRESENTATION published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Rajendra Saugat1, Saroj Kumari2, Manish Chhabra1, and Dr. Akhil Kapoor*2 Most abscesses are caused by a bacterial infection like staphylococcal bacteria and streptococcal bacteria. Non tubercular Mycobactrial (NTM) is very rare infection for pelvic abscess. Most of time NTM causes abscess in breast and skin, lymph node, there may be rout of entry was infected syringe. Treatment with ATD can cure the disease.
Communication Process- An Amalgamation published in

Published by
Ms. Ranil B. Mehta, Mr. Vishal Pandya Good communication skills are key to success in life, work and relationships. Without effective communication a message can turn into error, misunderstanding, frustration or even disaster by being misinterpreted or poorly delivered. Communication is a process by which we exchange information between individuals or group of people. Here I discussed 4 skills of communication as RWLS including explanation of it as just more than a process of exchange of thoughts and ideas
HUMAN CAPITAL A PART OF SOCIAL CAPITAL published in

The Russian Academic Journal

Published by Institute of Political and Mediametric Studies
Inna Fedoryshina The article considers the content and the structure of human capital. The term human capital is viewed as peoples abilities to participate in the production process in order to make use of their potential skills. A particular attention is paid to the meaning of social capital and its role in the formation of human capital. It is proven that there is not much research on the connection between human and social capital. Human development index in Ukraine and 20 leading counties of the global ranking is examined. Based on statistical indicators, the influence of deficiency in family social capital on the education process is defined. The scheme of distinction between human and social capital is introduced as well as connections between them in a realization form of social capital.
Resource Management Skills in Sorghum Growing Enterprise for Training Youths for Employment in Kwara and Kogi State, Nigeria published in

International Journal of Agricultural Science and Food Technology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Muhammed D Ibrahim*, Shishi Christopher Mkulega, Abbas N Abdullahi The purpose of this study was to identify resource management skills in sorghum growing enterprise for training youths for employment in Kwara and Kogi State. The study adopted survey research design. Two research questions .The hypotheses were formulated and tested at the probability of 0.05.The study was carried out in Kwara and Kogi States. The population for the study was 499 made up of 199 teachers of agricultural science, 239 agricultural extension agents and 61 lecturers of agricultural education. The sample for the study was 257 made up of 100 teachers, 96 extension agents and 61 Lecturers. 40% proportionate stratified random sampling technique was used to select sample of teachers and extension agents while the entire population of the lecturers was involved in the study. The instrument used for data collection was a 36 resource management skills structured questionnaire which was face-validated by three experts 2 in the Department of Agricultural Education and 1 in the Department of Crop Production University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Cronbach alpha method was used to determine the internal consistency of the questionnaire items and a reliability coefficient of 0.87 was obtained. Two hundred and fifty seven copies of the questionnaire were distributed to the respondents with the help of four research assistants. All the copies of the questionnaire were retrieved and analyzed using weighted mean and standard deviation to answer the research questions while the hypotheses were tested using t-test statistics at the probability of 0.05.it was found out that all the 36 resource management skills identified in sorghum growing enterprise were required by youths. It was also found out that from the hypothesis tested that there is no significant difference in the responses of the three groups of the respondents on the 36 resource management skills in orghum growing enterprise. The study Therefore, recommended that thirty six (36) identified resource management skills be packaged into a programme and sent to the skill acquisition centres for training youths and other interested individual for employment in Kwara and Kogi States,
Management Principles in the Religious Books: an Overview published in

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CMA Prantik Roy, Dr. Parag Shil Catholic, Quaker, Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish, Mormon, Amish, and other, religious traditions have each had their own influences on various business views and practices. Religion is often also a major motivational factor in business. Many people want to please and glorify God by the way they work in their business. They feel accountable both to God and to their religious community for their work performance as well as their ethical choices. Since the beginning of civilization religion has been at its very heart. A creative religion promotes a creative civilization; a fragmented religion results in a fragmented civilization.Corporates are now looking into religious and spiritual sayings to promote their business to the next level. Are business management principles influenced by these religious books? This question needs a solution and this paper aims at throwing light on certain aspects and highlights those spiritual sayings with business principles.
Investigation of Styrofoam as Lightweight Aggregate published in

International Journal of Advanced Structures and Geotechnical Engineering

Published by Basha Research Corporation (BRCORP)
Bashir Alam, Zahid Ullah, Faheem Ullah Jan, Khan Shahzada, Salman Afzal This research work utilized the laboratory evaluation of the performance of Styrofoam in concrete as lightweight aggregate by focusing on its ability to reduce dead load without significant reduction in compressive strength. Styrofoam particles of 0.50 inch-square sizes were used to partially replace (by volume) coarse aggregates. The study mainly focuses on the comparison of compressive strength and unit weight of concrete. Standard sized cylindrical specimens (612) were prepared for this purpose. The compressive strength and unit weight of normal density concrete, prepared at mix design ratio of 1:2:4 (cement: sand: coarse aggregate) were used as yardstick for comparison with Styrofoam lightweight concrete.
Echocardiographic Biatrial Remodelling and Diastolic Function Assessment in Long-Term Follow-Up after Typical Atrial Flutter Ablation published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Pilar Cabanas-Grandío*, Javier García-Seara, Francisco Gude, José Luis Martínez-Sande, Xesús Alberte Fernández-López, Felipe Bisbal, Emad Abu-Assi and José Ramón González-Juanatey Background: A reverse left atrial (LA) remodelling after atrial fibrillation (AF) ablation has been reported and a relationship between diastolic function and AF is well known. However, there is little information about atrial remodelling and diastolic function after cavotricuspid isthmus (CTI) ablation. We aimed to evaluate long-term biatrial remodelling and diastolic function in patients undergoing CTI ablation.
PERKARA PERCERAIAN YANG DIPUTUS DENGAN VERSTEK published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sanyoto The court changed the divorce of a model and also an announcer Andhara Early to her husband Chesa in the Islamic Court of south Jakarta. This divorce was granted by the justice of the supreme court. This case is very interesting because the accused whom his place has been known and has been called three times properly kept his mind not to attend on the court session. Although has been called properly according to the article 125 HIR/149 RBg the absent of the accused on the court session gave the authority to the judge decided his thought vertically.His thought of the decision was depended on the accusation which is proposed on the court session and was supported by the rational argumentation of accusation. The Authentication from the plaintif ascertained the judge that the rational argumentation could be proved, with the result that the judge granted the accusation of divorce.This cose showed that the process of the court meeting by the absent of the accused made the divorce went fast. Kata Kunci : cerai, Verstek
Weather Monitoring, Recording & Displaying System Designed By Using Digital Electronics Circuits published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Rajendra Laxmanrao Gaike Over the years, there has been attempt to gather information about the weather conditions. We designed Weather Monitoring, Recording and Displaying System in which rain, temp, Wind speed, wind direction, humidity are measured. An Electronics system carry measurements of different parameters and with signal processing provides output to the computer system through the parallel port. Different weather parameters are displayed on PC monitor. The measurement carried is simultaneously recorded. Different digital electronics circuits are used for the effective signal processing like MUX, latches, ADC, buffer , counters, ripple counter etc. main objective of the electronic system is to get data from different sensors and finally convert the same into binary values. These binary data is useful for the PC system now this data is processed by the VB codes so that it is producing the display for the producing the different values and symbols for the different parameters[1]. When the measurement process is going on the PC simultaneously generate the word and notepad file for the record of the measured data. These files are labeled as per current dates and when the option is given to see the previous record these files are the main references for the reproduction of the graphical record for the one hour and the bar chart record. Individual record is represented in graphical form and combined record of different parameters is also available. The cost of the Project is less as compared to other available weather stations
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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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Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Maximum Oxygen Uptake (Vo2max) in Healthy Adults published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Kalyana Sundaram, Ameya V Datrange, Ranjit Patil, Prashant Ravella and Sandeep Mungala. Power sector is one of the fastest growing sectors expanding to remote and inaccessible sections of the Indian Subcontinent. High customer expectations of uninterrupted power supply exist even during occurrence of natural calamities via the distribution and transmission networks. It is a challenge to erect any tower in a short period. Erection of towers involves safety issues of the workmen falling down. Hence there is a need to look at non acrophobic devices such as telescopic towers which can be operated from close to the ground level. Our paper here describes one method to address such a challenge whereby a tower could be constructed quickly without the need of support scaffolding arrangements and without the need for workmen to suffer batophobia.
THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO THE NATURE AND CLASSIFICATION OF FIXED ASSETS 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�
Liudmyla Jaremenko Subject of research is fixed assets which are the object of accounting. Aim of research is specification of notion «fixed assets» and classification of fixed assets, as well as determination of peculiarities of interpretation in compliance with normative legal documents. Methodology of work performance. The work is performed on the results of analyzing modern local and foreign views on the economic essence of notion «fixed assets» and their classification in accounting in accordance with the Regulation (Standard) of Accounting No 7 «Fixed Assets» and Tax Code of Ukraine. Work results. The author generalized the methodological grounds of reflecting information about fixed assets in accounting, analyzed approaches to interpreting economic essence of fixed assets in accounting and provided classification of fixed assets in the modern economic conditions. Branch of application of results. Problems of accounting fixed assets are essential for most enterprises in connection with the necessity to receive immediate and trustworthy information regarding condition, progress, update and efficiency of using fixed assets by owners, creditors and investors. Fixed assets are inseparable constituents of any enterprise playing an important role in the economic processes. Thus, absence of unified approach to the determination of notion «fixed assets», as well as its reflection in the accounting legislation of Ukraine is the problem requiring wider research. Conclusions. Therefore, there is no unified approach to the determination of notion fixed assets; the term «fixed assets» is used for the purposes of accounting and the term «capital funds» is used for the purposes of taxation. Fixed assets constitute material basis for any entrepreneurial activities. Any economic operation may not be performed without fixed assets. Accounting is organized in accordance with typical classifications of fixed assets for the determination of their single grouping in accounting.
Moral judgement and attitude of children towards school published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
POMPY BORA AND MALA HANDIQUE Morality is the supreme essence of a civilized society which distinguishes men from animals. Patterning of experiences is necessary for higher form of moral judgement. Development of moral judgement plays an important role in shaping the personality of child. The present study was undertaken to find out the association between moral judgement and medium of school, moral judgement and respondents attitude towards the school. A total of 160 children attending classes III-VI from four co-educational (two English and two Assamese medium) schools were selected as sample for the present study. The study was carried out in Jorhat district of Assam. Data were collected with the help of a standardized tool Moral Judgement Test and an interview schedule for assessing the students attitude towards the school. Data were collected in the calander year 2010 and 2011. The collected data were coded and analyzed. Results revealed that there was no association between development of moral judgement and medium of school. Teaching method and co-curricular activities were positive contributing factor for acceleration of moral values and judgement. Results further revealed that there was a significant association between development of moral judgement and students attitude towards the school. Children who had high ability of moral judgement, their attitude towards the school was also better. Children will benefit from the guidence of adults who can provide strategies to help them to learn self-control, which will later transform into a flexible capacity for moral self-regulation.
MULTI-LAYERED RGB BASED SECURE TECHNIQUE FOR DATA TRANSFER. published in

Global Journal of Engineering Science and Research Management (GJESRM)

Published by Somil
Jenifar Khan, Subham Sengupta, Sudipta Sahana* Network Security has become very important in today’s world, as a result of which various methods are adopted to bypass it. Network administrators need to keep up with the recent advancements in both the hardware and software fields to prevent their as well as the user’s data. The paper briefly introduces the concept of data security i.e. a manually generated shift key based cryptographic technique which (de)ciphers the fragmented plain text. Here both encryption and decryption methodologies are proposed. The paperwork outlines a cryptographic algorithm based on a user defined shift key modus operandi engendering ciphers at bay. First, it creates an IDT (Induced Dynamic Table) to refer the position of the plain text characters. Then the next cipher is fabricated by setting the ART (Axis Rotation Table) according to the shift key. Subsequently, the further cipher is induced by a FFC (Four Face Cube). Later, the new partial cipher text characters are put into a definite sequence to get the standard color palette in RGB format. Hence, our final cipher with the shift key characters at the additional first and last color respectively in RGB format is generated. During decryption methodology, the color is selected and is opened in the standard color palette. The RGB values of the special characters has their own signature to what makes them different from the other plain characters in the time of decryption. The proposed methodology ensures significant use in both, data transfer and network security.
A study to assess the effectiveness of Neonatal resuscitation Programme, First Golden minute certified training Course on knowledge and skill set of Nurses working in selected Hospital of Pune city published in

Published by
Seeta Devi, Sheela Upendra, Sheetal Barde Worldwide approximately one million babies die per year due to asphyxia out of which about one third approximately 3 lakhs contributed by India. A single intervention - resuscitation - deals with the problem of birth asphyxia as it occurs.The main objectiveis to assess the effectiveness of Neonatal resuscitation training course of one day duration, among the nurses, working in the selected hospitals of Pune city immediately after the training (Post test I) and after a gap of three months (Post test II) . Paired t-test was applied for comparison of pretest scores with posttest 1 and posttest 2 scores. Corresponding p-values were of order of 0.000, which were small (less than 0.05), the null hypothesis is rejected. The knowledge and skill set of nurses improved immediately after Neonatal resuscitation training course of one day duration. The effect was more significant even after 3 months.It concludes that nurses working in maternity hospitals should get periodical exposure on Neonatal resuscitation programmes to update their knowledge and skill set
THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN MEDİUM ENTERPRİSES LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Vehbi Miftari6, Bedri Statovc The Business Leadership Communication is undergoing rapid changes. The use of New Social Media has provided new opportunities for enterprises. The number of research-based reports in this field in Kosovo has been very limited. In these researches, the forms of ecommunicationhave been explored and the use of social media has been mentioned, but there is no specific evidence on the level of its usage and possible impacts in the Leadership Communication. Therefore, the purpose of this study is: (1) to explore the most effective written communication mediums; (2) to show how social media can change the leadership communication inside the medium-sized enterprises and (3) to reveal whether ecommunication strategy has been established. The research methodology includes a survey; the instrument used is a questionnaire which has been delivered in persona to the leaders of 25 ME’s of Kosovo and 230 employees. The quantitative data are analyzed via using the statistical software STATA. This study measures the impact of the use of new social media in official communication of the leadership in SME-s. The findings are sent to ME’s, in Kosovo or EU partners and will be appealing for leaders of the small and medium enterprises (ME’s) as well as the researchers in Business Communication. Keywords: Leadership Communication; ME’s; Social Media.
A Study to Assess the Effect of Structured Teaching Programme on the Prevention and Management of Breast Engorgement Among the Postnatal Mothers Admitted in The Postnatal Ward, in a Selected Tertiary Hospital, Kanchipuram District, Tamil Nadu, India published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ms. E. J. P. Pavithra, Ms. Poojamol. K. B, Prof . Veena M Joseph A study to assess the effect of structured teaching programme on the prevention and management of breast engorgement was carried out among the postnatal mothers in a selected tertiary hospital, Tami Nadu, India. . A convenience sampling technique was used to select 30 postnatal mothers A structured questionnaire was used to assess the knowledge on the prevention and management of breast engorgement among postnatal mothers. The mean pre test score was 10.43 3.191 and the mean post test score was 19.50 0.682. The difference between the pre and post test scores was highly significant at P < 0.05 level (2 tailed). Thus the study revealed that the structured teaching was effective in improving the level of knowledge on the prevention and management of breast engorgement among the postnatal mothers. The study also demonstrated that there was no significant association of the Pretest level of Knowledge with the demographic variables of the postnatal mothers
REVIEW ON VARIOUS APPROACHES ON PREPARATION, CHARACTERISATION AND APPLICATIONS OF POLYMERIC NANOPARTICLES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
B.Senthilnathan*, H.Ameerkhan, Aswini Sofia PI, M.Abirami, T.Bharath, T.Ajithkumar and A.Maheswaran Nanoparticles have evolved as a promising tool for the efficient delivery of drugs to alter and improve the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of various types of drug molecules. The particle size of nanoparticle in the range of 10-1000nm. There has been a considerable research activities in the area of drug delivery using this nano particulate drug delivery system as carrier for many drugs, because of their targeted drug delivery system, controlled and sustained release properties, sub-cellular size, bio-adaptability, biocompatibility with tissues and cells. The proper selection of polymers helps to design the drug release for specific location, increases the therapeutic effect and minimizes the side effects. In this review the various aspects of nanoparticle preparation, characterization, limitation, nanoparticle types, types of polymers, advantagesdisadvantages and their applications were discussed.
PHYTOCONSTITUENT STUDY OF BROWN RICE published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
M. Krishnaveni* and R. Dhanalakshmi Brown rice is whole grain rice, reduces insulin and glycemic indices, and also offers other health benefits. Considering the benefits offered by brown rice as reported in the literature, it was decided to conduct a preliminary research on the qualitative, quantitative aspects of it. Hence, brown rice was studied for its phytochemicals, behavior with different chemicals, fluorescence nature, percent yield, nutrient content. Brown rice contain phytochemicals such as carbohydrate, alkaloid, glycoside, tannin, phenolic compound, flavonoid, steroid, sterol, saponin, protein, amino acid, fixed oil, starch, anthroquinone. The percent yield was found to be 10.50 and was fluorescing yellow in color. Total carbohydrate, protein, amino acid content calculated was 179.331.15mg/g, 1.460.23mg/g, 3.320.09mg/g. From the results obtained, it is concluded that is rich in phytochemicals with therapeutic ability.
DETERMINING THE MATERIALITY OF AUDIT ON THE PRACTICE OF KAZAKH ENTERPRISES published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Santay Azizbekovna Tleubayeva; Laura Daribayeva; Laura Shaikhislamovna Seitzhanova This article reveals the main aspects of the concept of materiality in the audit and methods for determining the relationship of materiality and audit risk, extent of audit procedures
Impact of Pricing Strategy Adopted by Women SelfHelp Groups and Perception of the Respondents on Effectiveness of Sales Promotion Measures in Coimbatore District (India) published in

Published by
Mr. M. Sundar Sakthivel, Dr. R. Vijayakumar Pricing has far reaching effects beyond the cost of the product. Pricing is just as much a positioning statement as a definition of the cost to buy. Pricing defines the entry threshold. The need for sales promotion arises from the intensity of competition. Sellers must somehow attract customers' attention. This study is fully based on survey data. The researcher took 1000 sample respondents according to the systematic sampling method. The total Population is divided Into five blocks and from each block 200 sample respondents selected. This study covers the objectives of To find out the best measure of Pricing strategy adopted by Women Self-Help Groups in Coimbatore District and to offer suggestions to improve the sales of Women Self-Help Group products by modifying the pricing strategy
SAARC after Three Decades published in

Global Social Sciences Review (GSSR)

Published by Humanity Publications
Dr Manzoor Ahmed Naazer, Assistant Professor, Department of Politics & International Relations, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Sumbul Hussan, Junior Research Fellow at HRC, Islamabad, Pakistan. The paper explores the progress of regional cooperation in various functional areas as identified by South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) since its inception in 1985. It also examines whether and to what extent SAARC has been successful in accomplishing the goals enshrined in its charter. SAARC was formed: to promote peace, amity, stability and progress in the region; to promote the welfare and quality of life of people; to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development, and; to attain collective and national self-reliance through joint efforts. SAARC made significant progress in several areas, such as: agriculture and rural development; environment; science and technology; human resource development including education, arts, culture and sports; transport; telecommunications, and information and communication technology; tourism, and energy. It has concluded several agreements and conventions besides setting up a few regional centres to realize its objectives. Generally, SAARC has not successful in implementing its programs and projects due to various reasons. It has been short of achieving several of its goals which makes its performance dismal.
Studies of Various Adsorbents for the Removal of Copper (II) from Drinking Water: A Review published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
Naseem Zahra ABSTRACT: Copper is a heavy metal that can harm the humans body through water if present in excessive amount. The presence of metal in drinking water is of special concern because of its persistence and toxicity. The elimination of copper from water is important to protect public health. Different low cost adsorbents are used to remove copper from water. The strict environmental regulation and enforcement of discharge limits require effective decontamination and purification methods for copper removal. The adsorbents proved to be beneficial because of cost effectiveness. In present review paper, copper contamination, its toxicity and its removal from drinking water using different adsorbents is depicted. Keywords: Adsorption, Adsorbents, Copper Water, Toxic.
Analysis of solar power variability due to seasonal variation and its forecasting for Jodhpur region using generalized neural network published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Vikas Pratap Singh, Vivek Vijay, S H Gaurishankar, D K Chaturvedi and N Rajkumar In 21st century solar power variability is an important issue due to grid integration. In these days grid integration is very popular because of heavy load. So solar power, wind power and conventional power are basic sources of grid integration. Solar power is playing a key role in grid integration. The main objective of this paper is to analyse solar power variability due to seasonal variation in Jodhpur. Jodhpur is known as sun-city for an average 320 sunny days in a year. Average solar insolation available in Jodhpur city is 5.7-6.0 kWh/m2 per day. This is second highest insolation in the world. In this paper, the Solar power variability analysis is carried out based on the data collected from a typical 43 kW amorphous silicon solar photovoltaic system installed in Jodhpur. Mansoon, winter and summer seasons are used for analysis of variation in Photovoltaic Generation due to change of solar insolation. Output of solar photovoltaic system depends on solar insolation and in this paper we have analysed the variation in solar power according to rainy, winter and summer seasons and used artificial neural network to predict the power output from PV system. The paper showed that proposed ANN model is more accurate and study of variability in solar power can help in plant operation, power scheduling and dispatchability.
Studies on the Impact of Arpa River Check Dams on the Microenvironment of District Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
S. J. A. Bhat and S. M. Geelani Bilaspur city is second largest city of the Chhattisgarh state and the River Arpa is the lifeline of this district. Arpa River has its origin from the lust dense forest area of Khondari-Khongsara. In 147 kms of the river length, it contributes more than 90 kms to the forest area, including Bilaspur city and irrigated lands of this district before meeting to Seonath river. The river is having catchment area of about 2022 sq. km. During rainy season its water level raises 2-3 meters up and in summer it moves 5 meters down. The river bed is mostly sandy with thickness of about 1.5 meter and few rock exposures at some places. More than ten check dams (Khondari, Belgahana, Lachhanpur, Rapta, Torwa, Darrighat, Sherwani, Kaneri, Mangla, etc.) have been constructed on this river. Earlier these check dams were constructed to overcome the problem of irrigation and for human welfare. But due to reduction in water level of origin site since last five years its water content is decreasing day by day and these check dams have become danger for the livelihood in the area. The maximum part of rain water gets stored in these check dams and is used by the people as a result little water reaches to Bilaspur city. Deforestation around the banks of Arpa river near the Bilaspur city has increased the pollution, thereby making the environment unstable. Study reveals that the sincere efforts need to be taken to manage the various check dams on the river for successful harvesting and recycling of rain water during monsoon season so that microenvironment of the city can not be adversely affected.
EFFECT OF DISTRACTION ON CHOICE REACTION TIME IN NORMAL FEMALES AND MALES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

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

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Karambeer Kaur | Mr Surender Singh Data mining application includes a variety of methodologies that have been developed by commercial & research centers. This technique has been used for industrial, commercial and scientific purposes. It is most useful in an exploratory analysis scenario in which there are no prearranged notions about what will compose an "interesting" outcome. The WEKA contains a set of visualization tools & algorithms for data analysis and predictive modeling, together with graphical user interfaces for simple access to this functionality. Karambeer Kaur | Mr Surender Singh"A Review Study of various Data Mining Classification & Clustering Techniques" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd135.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/135/a-review-study-of-various-data-mining-classification-and-clustering-techniques/karambeer-kaur
The Role of Ultrasound in Endometrial Cancer - Special Issue published in

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V. Papadopoulos*, K. Tsiveriotis, G. Decavalas Endometrial cancer is the most common gynecologic malignancy in developed countries. The vast majority of cases occur after menopause, with postmenopausal bleeding being the presenting symptom in 95% of the cases. The use of transvaginal ultrasonography (TVS) is the sin e qua non in the assessment of these women. The finding of endometrial thickness of 5 mm or more is associated with increased likelihood for endometrial cancer, and should prompt further investigations. In cases with confirmed endometrial cancer, MRI and ultrasound are used to assess the depth of invasion to the myometrium and the cervical stroma. Recent studies have shown that in experienced hands - a combination of gray-scale ultrasound with color and/or power Doppler examination has comparable results to that of MRI in the estimation of cancer invasion ? 50% in the myometrium or in the cervical stroma. Lack of uniformity in objective measurements is the main problem that hampers our ability to correctly predict myometrial or cervical stroma invasion with ultrasound. However, ultrasound is cheap, easy to perform and more readily available than any other imaging modality. The present article examines the use of gray-scale and Doppler ultrasound imaging in estimating the risk of endometrial cancer.
MONITORING THE EFFICIENCY OF 5- FLUOROURACIL RELEASED FROM SYNTHESIZED COMPOSITE OF POLY ?- AMINO ESTER AS ANTITUMOR AND ANTIBACTERIAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
F.M. Helaly1, R.M. Mourad1, H.F. Abdel Hamid2, S. I. Abd El-Moez3, A.M. Soliman4* Controlled release of poly ?- amino ester loaded with 5- fluorouracil as drug was synthesized through Michael addition polymerization under specific conditions. The 5- fluorouracil was loaded on the prepared polymeric material near the end of reaction. The investigated composite was subjected to release 5- fluorouracil (active agent) in distilled water at room temperature for different time periods. The sustained release of the active agent was measured spectrophotometrically. The cytotoxicity of released 5- fluorouracil was monitoring as an anti-proliferative agent against human liver cancer cell line (HEPG2) as well as antimicrobial against both Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria. The sustained release of the active agent results showed that, poly ?- amino ester polymer will be a promising carrier for the antitumour drugs. Results of the in vitro cytotoxic activity of the released 5-fluorouracil showed a sustained antiprolefrative activity against the tested human liver cancer cell line for 26 days. Moreover, results of the antimicrobial study revealed that the most potent inhibitory activity was against Enterotoxigenic S. aureus ATCC 13565 which show hindrance zone of about 48 mm against the tested ref strain.
ABOUT PROBLEMS OF DOSUZHEVA-KIRILLOV MODELS OF INVESTMENT PROJECTS ANALYSIS AND THEIR PERMISSION WAYS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Anatoly Aleksandrovich Naumov; Anastasia Anatolievna Naumova The paper discusses approaches to effectiveness of investment projects estimating taking into account inflation. Considered classic efficiency indicators (NPV, IRR, DPP, etc.). Identified the weaknesses of some schemes to evaluate the effectiveness of projects subject to the inflation factor. Identified the weaknesses of some schemes analysis of the accuracy of the payback period estimates. Investigated some problems of optimization models for synthesis of projects. Proposed approaches to the evaluation of the effectiveness of integrated projects. Identified issues the proposed methods use a systematic approach to the analysis of projects.
A PERFORMANCE OF A WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER USING ALTERNATIVE REFRIGERANTS R22 AND R290 published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. B. Sachuthananthan,*, T. Naresh Kumar, A.Muthu Manokar The security of database is very important as data is the most valuable asset in the modern environment. Various security methodologies are available to secure databases. Most of the available methodologies focus on access control of the database, but there may be situations when someone intentionally or accidentally break or bypass the access control mechanism of the database and hence the confidentially of the database could be compromised. Various methods are available to preserve the confidentially of the database in those situations. The best solution in this case is encryption. Various Researchers proposed different methods by which the database encryption can be enforced and the content of database is encrypted and decrypted efficiently. All Encryption techniques available till date converts plain text into cipher text but the length of both will be same, this is a serious shortcoming of available cryptographic approach for example some attacker can guess the plain text by accessing the length of cipher. In this paper we elaborate the use of database encryption to protect the database content. We propose a User supplied Key based authentication which generates the cipher of different length in comparison to plain text. By the use of this approach database can be protected against various kind of vulnerabilities.
Microwave Assisted Synthesis of Novel Fused Pyrazolines published in

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Ku. Shilpa J. Deshmukh, Dr. Y. K. Meshram we developed an efficient, eco-friendly and cost effective microwave assisted protocol for the synthesis of fused pyrazolines. By reaction of substituted chalones with hydrazine hydrate in acetic acid. A considerable enhancement in the reaction rate has been observed with better yields. The structure of synthesized pyrazolines was confirmed by 1HNMRand IR and spectral analysis. Lastly the antimicrobial activity of synthesized compounds was evaluated.
Extraction of Iron (III) with Tributylphosphine Oxide from Hydrochloric & Sulphuric Acid Solutions published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
A.V.L.N.S.H. Hariharan Solvent extraction of iron (III) from aqueous hydrochloric and sulphuric acid solutions was carried out using Tri butyl phosphine oxide [TBPO] in chloroform as extractant. Stripping of iron (III) from the organic phase was attempted with 2.0M NaOH. Extractions were nearly quantitative with both the acid solutions. Based on the results obtained, estimation of iron in food samples as well alloys was attempted successfully. A.V.L.N.S.H. Hariharan"Extraction of Iron (III) with Tributylphosphine Oxide from Hydrochloric & Sulphuric Acid Solutions" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-4 , June 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd112.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/chemistry/analytical-chemistry/112/extraction-of-iron-iii-with-tributylphosphine-oxide-from---hydrochloric-and-sulphuric-acid-solutions/avlnsh-hariharan
REVIEW ON SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER USING NANOFLUIDS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Nitheesh Krishnan M C*, B Suresh Kumar Different types of heat exchangers are extensively used in various industries to transfer the heat between cold and hot fluids. The key role of the heat exchanger is to transfer heat at maximum rate .Shell and Tube heat exchangers are having special importance in boilers, oil coolers, condensers, pre-heaters. Shell and Tube heat exchanger is one such heat exchanger, provides more area for heat transfer between two fluids in comparison with other type of heat exchanger. To intensify heat transfer with minimum pumping power innovative heat transfer fluids called Nano fluids have become the major area of research now a days. This Review paper summarizes the important articles published on the effect of the heat transfer characteristics in shell and tube heat exchangers using Nano fluids. The review of previous works by researchers suggests that Nano fluids have great potential in augmentation of heat transfer of a heat exchanger. Nano fluid is advanced heat transfer fluid for next generation.
CONSTRUCTION OF THE GRADING SYSTEM AS AN EXAMPLE OF QWELL GROUP published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Ekaterina Alexeevna Bogunec; Natalia Igorevna Reshetko The article describes a method of job evaluation as described in the company HayGroup, on the basis of which the meshing of grades, as well as plug wages. he object of investigation was chosen outsourcing company qWell Group and conducted an analysis of the wage system and after the introduction of grading grid
Ethics and Diamonds: Paradoxical Issues Surrounding Guanxi Relations in China published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Bradley Barnes, Ron Berger, Avi Silbiger, Ram Herstein, Paul Whitla In this manuscript, we use the Chinese diamond industry as a case study to examine how political, economic and cultural forces shape market exchanges and business ethics. We draw on the work of Li Karande and Zhou, (2009), who analyzed the difference between rule and relational or social based governance in light of the US and Chinese diamond industries. The study also builds on the work of Yen, Barnes and Wang, (2011) who created the GRX scale to capture the degree of guanxi (relationship orientation) among exchange partners and Barnes, Yen and Zhou, (2011) who analyzed the influence of such components on relationship satisfaction and organizational performance. In the current paper, we argue that the Chinese diamond industry illustrates an interesting paradox.
Intelligent Drone based Personal Assistant using Artificial Intelligence (AI) published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Mr. A. Kishorekumar | Mr. E. Ezhilarasan | Mr. R. Parthiban Computation has become essential part of our life. The input devices and user interface changes from each generation. But still many users are unable to access information from reliable sources in a convenient way. In this paper, we are implementing digital assistants on mini drones using raspberry pi. This adds mobility and portability to the device. By this model, users can easily obtain responses through voice commands. The output is received from the cloud through Text-to-Speech (TTS) converter. The Arduino acts as flight controller and it is serially interfaced with raspberry using python and hence the drone can also be controlled through voice commands. In order to prevent collision, we are implementing obstacle avoidance system through ultrasonic sensors. Mr. A. Kishorekumar | Mr. E. Ezhilarasan | Mr. R. Parthiban"Intelligent Drone based Personal Assistant using Artificial Intelligence (AI)" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11482.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11482/intelligent-drone-based-personal-assistant-using-artificial-intelligence-ai/mr-a-kishorekumar
Temperature dependence of Elastic Constants and Bulk Modulus of metals published in

Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences

Published by Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences
Raj Pal Singh ABSTRACT: The temperature dependence of bulk modules was given by Q. Liu & Q. He13 using fundamental thermodynamic relations. The assumption in this theory was that volume thermal expansion coefficient is quadratic function of temperature. The new expressions and formulations were also derived by Tallon14. In the present study temperature of elastic constants is based on the combination of above mentioned formulations. A method to estimate the temperature dependence of bulk modules is developed with the approximation that coefficient of volume thermal expansion depends linearly on temperature. This approximation is valid only for small expansions in low temperature range. Keywords: Elastic Constant, Temperature Dependence and Bulk Modulus.
A Comparative Study on Performance Evalution of Eager versus Lazy Learning Methods? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Solomon Getahun Fentie, Abebe Demessie Alemu, Bhabani Shankar D. M.? Classification is one of the fundamental tasks in data mining and has also been studied extensively in statistics, machine learning, neural networks and expert systems over decades. Nave Bayes, k-nearest, and decision tree are the most commonly known classification algorithms ever used in different researches. In this study, the performance evaluation of eager (nave Bayes, ADTree) and lazy (IBk, KStar) classification algorithms are experimented. Our findings show that based on the evaluation metrics precision, recall, F-measure and accuracy, eager learners are slow in training but faster at classification than lazy classification algorithms because they constructs a generalization model before receiving any new tuples to classify. Moreover, based on our investigation eager learners outperform the lazy learners in their accuracy.
PULMONARY DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: CURRENT PRACTICES AND APPLICATIONS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Praful Kadam*, Hema Kanekar and Anubha Khale Pulmonary route of drug delivery is gaining much importance in the present day research field as it enables to target the drug delivery directly to lungs, both for local and systemic treatment. It has the potential of a pulmonary route as an non-invasive administration for systemic delivery of therapeutic agents due to the fact that the lungs could provide a large absorptive surface area (up to 100m2) but extremely thin (0.1?m 0.2?m) absorptive mucosal membrane and good blood supply. Respiratory system mainly consists of three regionsnasopharyngeal region, tracheo-bronchial region and Alveolar region.For this region?s most commonly used devices are nebulizers, metered-dose inhalers, and dry powder inhalers, they can be used for protein and peptide drugs.Pulmonary drug delivery is used not only for management of pulmonary disease but also for treatment of diabetes, angina pectoris, cancer, bone disorders, genetic disorders. This review discusses about basic anatomical principles, basis of drug absorption from lungs, mechanism of drug deposition, method to manufacture pulmonary drug delivery system and its quality requirement. The current practices such as administration of drug carriers through liposomes, nano and microparticles, cyclodextrins, micro emulsions, micelles, suspensions, or solutions are included and these pharmaceutical carriers can be further explored to target drugs into the lungs for treatment of various ailments.
Calcifying Fibrous Tumor of Peritoneum in a Case of Ulcerative Colitis: An Unusual Coexistence published in

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Nishat Afroz, Jai Kumar Chaurasia, Nida Shamim Calcifying fibrous tumor is a rare, benign mesenchymal tumor of children and young adults, usually occurring within the subcutaneous and deep soft tissues of the extremities, trunk, neck, inguinal and scrotal region. Its occurrence in peritoneum is rare. Here, we report a case of calcifying fibrous tumor, which incidentally presented as peritoneal mass at the right hepatic flexure of colon in a 30-year-old female who underwent laparotomy for ulcerative colitis and was operated for the same. The histopathological and immunohistochemical findings of the peritoneal mass were consistent with calcifying fibrous tumor, comprising of spindled fibroblasts, abundant hyalinized collagen, several foci of dystrophic and psammomatous calcifications with focal lympho-plasmacytic inflammation and positive vimentin and factor XIIIa immunoexpression.
EXTRACTION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS AND FLAVONOIDS FROM ERYNGIUMCRETICUM L. BY CONVENTIONAL AND NONCONVENTIONAL EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Saeed Zeidan1, Akram Hijazi1*, Hassan Rammal1, Ahmad Kobaissi1, Bassam Badran1 Phenolic compounds are well-known phytochemicals found in all plants. They can be broadly divided into non-soluble compounds such as condensed tannins, lignin, and cell-wall bounded hydroxycinammic acid, and soluble phenolics such as phenolic acids, phenylpropanoids, flavonoids and quinones. In this work the extraction of total phenolic compounds (TPC) from LebaneseEryngiumcreticum was performed by two techniques: Conventional such as maceration, reflux and soxhlet extraction, and non-conventional extraction like microwave assisted extraction using ethanol as a solvent. The results shows that among the conventional extraction techniques reflux and Soxhlet techniques gave approximately the same yield of 687.8 mg and 685.23 mg respectively higher than that obtained by maceration technique (410.93 mg), however, Microwave assisted extraction gave the highest yield among both the conventional and non-conventional extraction techniques (950 mg).
Bending Stress and Deformation Analysis of Spur Gear by Fem published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sachindra Kumar, Anjani Kumar Singh, Nitesh Kumar, Sushil Patel, Ajit Kumar This research work on characteristics of an involute gear system including, bending stresses of gears in mesh. Gearing is one of the most critical components in a mechanical power transmission system, and in most industrial rotating machinery. The variations of the whole gear body stiffness arising from the gear body rotation due to bending deflection, shearing displacement and contact deformation. Many different positions within the meshing cycle were investigated. Transmission error is considered to be one of the main contributors to noise and vibration in a gear set. Transmission error measurement has become popular as an area of research on gears and is possible method for quality control. To estimate transmission error in a gear system, the characteristics of involute spur gears were analyzed by using the finite element method. The contact stresses were examined using 2-D FEM models. The bending stresses in the tooth root were examined using a 3-D FEM model.
ANALYSIS OF COMPETITION IN THE INSURANCE MARKET OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA published in

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

Published by Trade Co-operative University of Moldova, Publishing House
Elena FUIOR,Natalia BEJENAR Ensuring a healthy competitive environment in the national insurance market is a necessary condition for an effective functioning of the current economic system and the basis for sustainable economic growth. In a functioning market economy, compliance with competition rules are necessary to safeguard the consumer interest and increase the competitiveness of products and services. Simultaneously, the insurance market is one of the key elements of the current financial system in the country. In this paper there are analyzed the main features of the insurance market in terms of the number of insurance companies operating on the Moldovan market, the market share of each insurance company calculated based on the insurance services provided and calculated Herfindahl - Hirschman Index in order to determine the level of concentration in the relevant product market. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the level of competition in the insurance market in Moldova and to identify the main risks concerning the competitive environment. Also, the paper is focused on the analysis of compulsory insurance of motor liability, both internal and external in terms of competition.
Menace Of Electronic And Electrical Waste In Developing Countries published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Vikrant Srivastava Electrical and Electronic Wastes, in spite of all the hue and cry globally; there is a lot of to be taken care of. No doubt developing countries like India are trying their best to empower and polish themselves as a developed nation, problems emerge. Import of e-waste helps countries like India to come out of the ashes right into the fire. A MAIT GTZ study says 50,000 metric tonne of e-waste is illegally imported to India. [1] If this continues results of accumulation of E-waste would be disastrous. What goes unnoticed by many in this lot is that the improper disposal of e-waste in developing countries is anyway going to affect the environment globally only to create havoc; Price of which we all would have to pay one day or the another. Between the other problems of a developing country like poverty, hunger, illiteracy, unemployment; government and residents of the country hardly focus on the need to employ stringency in proper disposal of e-waste. Resultant, the waste that can be used and disposed off in an environmentally healthy manner gets recycled and reused to be filled up in a landfill, only to increase the concentrations of heavy metals like Mercury and thereby poisoning the environment. If not dumped in a landfill, e-waste is simply burnt which makes the emission of poisonous gases airborne affecting the flora and fauna of the environment which obviously includes the workers involved in disposing off the waste and the human beings, animals and the vegetation of that area. This paper talks about the menace created by e-waste, why is it more so in developing countries, laws implemented in developing countries (taking India as an example) and stringency required to get rid of this waste. Keeping in mind to change our outlook from e-waste to e-wealth, considering it not as a waste but as an upcoming business, yet to be intelligently handled and explored.
Prevalence of chronic kidney disease by stage in diabetic patients published in

Archives of Renal Diseases and Management

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

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Deepa H. Dwivedi,Anil Kumar Yadav,awan Kumar,Shreesh Kumar Gautam A study was conducted at Horticultural Research Farm in Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow to assess the effect of organic amendments (bio dynamic materials and organic manures) on vegetative parameters, flowering and fruiting in Cape gooseberry under the peri urban system. The experiment was laid out in C.R.D. with six treatments and four replication. Significant maximum plant height (70.25 cm) was recorded with biodynamic application Jiwamrit (5%) at 60 days after transplanting (DAT) but other vegetative characteristics, bud initiation and fruiting were recorded best with Vermicompost viz. diameter of stem (5.6 cm), number of leaves (81.7), leaf length (13.2 cm) and leaf breadth- (11.3 cm). Bud initiation took 17.50 DAT, first flower opening 24.50 DAT and first fruit set-32.00 DAT. The maximum average number of fruits (7.25) were recorded in T2 (Amritpani 5%) followed by T3 (Jiwamrit 5%) - 6.00 fruits, T5 (Vermicompost) - 5.50 fruits and T4 (FYM) - 5.00 fruits within 60 DAT. The minimum number of average fruits were recorded in T6 (Jiwamrit 5% + Amritpani 5%) -1.50 fruits.
Clinical Study of Ectopic Pregnancy published in

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Dr. S. Venkata Ramana, Dr. G. Padmaja Ectopic pregnancy is one of the commonest acute abdominal emergencies. This study is done at our hospital to evaluate symptomology and to analyze the morbidity and mortality in these patients.
A Study on impact of instant Messaging Application in our day to day life published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
D. Hemamalini, V. T. Arun Instant messaging service is a kind of communication get its importance vibrantly in day to day life.IM is not only useful for business people it is too useful for a common man.It gets its importance because of its multi-dimensional usage and easy asscessiablity. Every advantage has a disadvantage too. In this study the researcher measures the attitude attribute of the users and its impact in their day to day life.
Sulphurous Mud-Balneotherapy: an Possible Strategy for the Plaque Psoriasis published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Maria Costantino, Mariagrazia Bathilde Marongiu, Salvatore Iannotti, Amelia Filippelli The aim of this observational pilot study was to evaluate effectiveness, safety and a possible antioxidant effect of sulphurous mud-balneotherapy in patients suffering from plaque psoriasis. The study was conducted on a sample of 58 subjects (50% women and 50% men) with a mean age of 5213 years (age range 14-78 years) divided into 2 groups: A and B. The psoriatic patients of group A (n=33) was subjected to sulphurous mud-balneotherapy. In the patients of group B(n=25), composed of subjects with plaque psoriasis in pharmacological topical therapy, was associated the mud-balneotherapy carried out in the same way and modality in which it was made in the group A. After 2 weeks were assessed: the PASI index (Psoriasis Area and Severity Index), the impact of the treatments used on quality of life for psoriatic people tested by the DLQI questionnaire and plasma concentration of ROMs (by d-ROMs Test, Diacron-Grosseto-Italy). The data collected at the end of mud-balneotherapy (group A) as compared to basal values have shown a significant (p<0.05) reduction of PASI score, DLQI score and plasma [ROMs]. The association pharmacological topical therapy and sulphurous mud-balneotherapy (group B) induced a significant (p<0.05) decrease of DLQI score and plasma [ROMs] in greater percentage as compared to group A, whereas for PASI score in groups A and B was demonstrated significant equal reduction. In conclusion, the results of this study show that the sulphurous mud-balneotherapy can play an important role in the therapeutic strategy of plaque psoriasis to the benefit of an improved quality of life.
IJIRAE:: SVPWM BASED QUASI Z SOURCE INVERTER FOR POWER CONDITIONING OF PV SYSTEMS published in

International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering

Published by AM Publications
N. SADEESH V. SATHISH KUMAR Quasi-Z Source Inverter (QZSI) an enhancement to Z Source Inverter (ZSI). The advantages of QZSI can be listed as lower component ratings, reduces switching ripples, reduced component count and simplified control methods. They can track the PhotoVoltaic (PV) panel maximum power, control the inverter output power and manage the battery power. In a single stage inverter operation the voltage boosting, inverting and energy storage are integrated. From the PV panel, QZSI draws a constant current. It controls the PV panel output power to maximize energy production. EMI problems and source stress are reduced, compared to the ZSI. QZSI is suitable, when implemented with the Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation (SVPWM) control techniques for photovoltaic power generation systems and could prove to be highly efficient
Impact of Lifestyle on Academic Performance of Medical Students at University of Tabuk published in

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Osama S Mohammed, Abdullah A Alyoussef, Hyder O Mirghani, Mohammed A Ahmed, Abdulateef S Elbadawi We aimed toassesslifestyle effect on academicachievement among medical students. The study was conducted at University of Tabuk, faculty of medicine.Eighty-nine (89) studentswere enrolled. Dataincludedsocio-demographic factors, reading materials, study preferences, learning styles, weekend learning activities, sleep duration, and hours spent on social media.Students was then categorized to excellent andaverage groupsas indicated bygrade point aggregation(GPA) ? 4 and < 4 respectively. The majority (73%) of the students were excellent,(52.8%) used to sleep from 6 to 9 hours per day, and (43.9%%) of them spent less than two hours daily on social media.Significant statistical differences were evident between excellent and average students concerning weekend learning activity, sleeping between 6 and 9 hours, and spending few hourson social media (P <0.05).
Augmentation of Reading and Communication Skills by Creative Teaching published in

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S. SREEJANA Effective communication has been the need of any millennium. Over time, the knowledge transfer has brought us to the present day where English has become the most accepted universal medium of interaction for anything and everything. Today, life at any level, from learner to teacher, from consumer to producer, from technology to innovation etc., have become very fast paced and demanding. So, Speed is a key differentiating factor which is of very high demand. There is considerable amount of struggle and competition that is ongoing at every level to match up with the demand for this speed. To satisfy this demand, it is very important that everyone uses the common medium for communication. Since English has become the language that has a greater percentage of usage it is playing a pivotal role in helping the cause. This paper brings out the challenges of teaching English as a second language and highlights on how activity based reading skill plays a vital role in developing ones communication skills.
Kinetic and Mechanism of Acid Hydrolysis of Di-4- Hydroxybi Phenyl Phosphate Ester published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Ruchi Singh, Shweta Chand -
METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF TOLVAPTAN IN ITS API AND FORMULATION BY USING PDA DETECTOR- RP-HPLC published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Gogulamudi Anusha*, R. Kalaichelvi The present proposed RP- HPLC method was found to be simple, rapid, precise, accurate and sensitive for the determination of Tolvaptan (TPT) in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form. The separation was achieved on RP-HPLC with using a PDA detector by incorporation of empower2 software with the flow rate 1 mL/min using Buffer: Acetonitrile (45:55 %V/V) as mobile phase in the column Nucleosil-C18 (250 x 4.6 mm, with 5?m) at a wavelength of 264 nm with a run time of 10 mins. The retention time was found to be 4.536 min and data was linear at 25- 150 ?g/mL for TVT successively. The Limit of Detection (LOD) and Limit of Quantification (LOQ) was 0.025 and 0.075 respectively for TVT. The percentage recoveries for tolvaptan was found to be 101.28% and the method developed and validated in terms of accuracy, precision, linearity, range, robustness, LOD, LOQ are according to ICH guidelines. So, the method can be useful for the day to day routine analysis in the quality control departments of bulk and pharmaceutical formulations industries. Keywords: Tolvaptan, PDA (PhotoDiode Array), ICH and RP-HPLC.
Effect of Firm Attributes on Return on Asset of Listed Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria published in

Journal Of Accounting, Finance And Auditing Studies

Published by Ahmet G?KG?Z
Irom Marvis Irom, Okpanachi Joshua, M. Nma Ahmed, A. Tope Emmanuel The profitability of manufacturing companies does not only play the role of improving the market value of that specific company but also leads to the overall growth of the whole sector which translate to improvement on profit level that could be attributable to characteristics possessed by firms. It is on this the study examines the effect of firm attributes on the return on assets of listed companies in Nigeria for a period of five years. The population and sample size of this study comprises of all the 41 listed manufacturing companies in the Nigerian Stock Exchange as at 31 December, 2016. The result of random effect regression provides evidence that all firm attributes apart from operating expenses and firm size had a negative and significant effect on return on asset. Based on this result, the study recommends that listed manufacturing firms should reduce firm size and operating expenses so as to increase the return on assets of their firms and short term cash should not be channeled to fund capital asset.
Evaluation of Beneficial Effects of Medicago Sativa (Alfalfa) In Iron-Overload Conditions published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Rinal Patel*and Pravin Tirgar In medicine, iron overload indicates accumulation of iron in body from any cause. The most important causes are thalassemia, hereditary haemochromatosis (HHC) and transfusional iron overload, which can result from repeated blood transfusion. Aim of present study is to investigate in-vivo iron chelating potential and beneficial effects of Medicago sativa in iron overload and its complications. Iron chelating and organo protective activity of methanolic (250 mg/kg) and water (500 mg/kg) extracts of Medicago sativa along with standard drug desferoxamine were assessed against irondextran induced iron overload models in Wistar rats which results in condition of chronic iron overload found in thalassemia patients. At the end of 15 and 30 days of in-vivo trial, serum iron and ferritin , urine and fecal iron levels including complications on vital organ by histopathological study and test for biomarkers were (SGPT, SGOT, Serum creatinine, creatine kinase) were estimated to measure organo protective effects. There were significant decreased in serum iron, ferritin were observed compared to iron overloaded rats. These beneficial effects were observed because methanol and water extracts of M. sativa increased excretion of iron in urine and fecal due to iron chelation property of extract. Organo-protective effects on liver, heart and kidney of both extracts of M. sativa in iron overloaded rats were confirmed by histopathological study and reduction in various markers like SGPT, SGOT, creatinine, creatinine kinase levels. Data of our study confirmed that methanol and water extracts of Medicago sativa have significant iron chelating activity and organo-protective effects in iron overload conditions which is very beneficial in management of iron overload disorders like thalassemia, haemochromatosis like conditions.
Review Paper On An Efficient Encryption Scheme In Cloud Computing Using ABE published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Rutuja G. Kaple | Prof. S. B. Rathod Security for the data which is stored on the cloud by user is very important issue. User may expect some security for their data from the cloud service provider, there can be serious issues concerning data security between user and service provider. To solve this kind of issues, we can use third party as an auditor. Here we have analyzed different ways to ensure secure data storage in cloud. We are going to provide the security to the users data by using encryption technique. For this we are using the Advanced Encryption Standard algorithm for encryption and decryption. But when Cloud Service Provider has both encryption and decryption keys, there is threat to security and privacy of data. CSP may pass the user data without users knowledge. For auditing we are introducing Third Party Auditor. Here the data will be encrypted at user side and will be in encrypted form over network and to TPA. TPA will verify the data before storing it on the cloud. There are large numbers of users of cloud computing who are accessing and modifying the data and they need the reliable service provider who can provide complete security for their data. So the TPA will audit the data and check the data integrity of clients data. Hence user will have more elaborated view over his data privacy. Rutuja G. Kaple | Prof. S. B. Rathod"Review Paper On An Efficient Encryption Scheme In Cloud Computing Using ABE" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10915.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-network/10915/review-paper-on-an-efficient-encryption-scheme-in-cloud-computing-using-abe/rutuja-g-kaple
Unilateral Isolated Bifid Ureter- A Case Report. published in

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Pulimi Vineel, Ramesh Kumar Subramanian, S. Senthil Kumar Bifid ureter is commonly associated with other congenital defects. Here we report a case of bifid ureter which is isolated and unilateral and was not associated with any other congenital anomaly. The embryological reasons for the formation of bifid ureter are discussed.
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.
Affinity towards Entrepreneurship among Undergraduates: A Study of Engineering and Commerce Students in Kolkata published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

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Prasanta Guha Entrepreneurship has become a global phenomenon today. All countries are well concerned with this issue at hand. India has also been pretty much responsive towards the development of entrepreneurship. The effort towards building entrepreneurship has become prominent with the reflection in the creation of entrepreneurship cell in different premier educational institutions, conducting of entrepreneurship week and leading entrepreneurship workshops and the like in the different corners and parts of our country. This paper attempts to understand the notion of undergraduates towards entrepreneurship in the context of latent interests among the undergraduates in engineering and commerce students.Besides it also tries to focus on the relevant factors that play a leading role in building entrepreneurs of tomorrow in the true sense of the term.
Prevalence of Common Eye Diseases Among Low Vision Students in Inclusive Schools of Coimbatore District published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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S Revathi, Dr Premavathy Vijayan The main aim of the study is to find out the causes of low vision among the selected children and to analyze the causes for low vision among the sample. Each eye disorder has educational implications. But these are not attached in the educational set up. Hence, an attempt is made to find out the different causes for Low Vision based on the medical report by the eye specialist. This compilation may help a teacher to plan Individual Educational Plan (IEP) to enhance his / her learning. For the study the investigator selected 93 children with low vision out of 93, 38 % boys and 62% girls. The number of sample used for the study was 93.
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TIOTROPIUM AND IPRATROPIUM IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY CARE SOUTH INDIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Reema Thomas, Ramesh Adepu, G. Parthasarathi Jayaraj B.S and Mahesh PA Objective: To compare the bronchodilator efficacy and safety of tiotropium and ipratropium in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Methodology: The present study was a prospective randomized study conducted for 12 weeks. Eligible COPD patients were randomized in to two groups to receive either tiotropium 18 mcg once daily via metered dose inhaler (MDI) or ipratropium 40 mcg four times daily via MDI. Lung functions tests, baseline dyspnoea index (BDI) and transition dyspnoea index (TDI), health related quality of life (HRQoL), concomitant use of salbutamol were carried out to assess the lung function. Results: At the end of the study, a total of 70 patients (35 patients in Tiotropium and 35 patients in Ipratropium) completed the study. Both groups showed an improvement in lung functions, HRQoL and dyspnoea indices (p<0.05). Patients in tiotropium group showed a non significant improvement (p>0.05) in lung function compared to ipratropium group. Tiotropium group showed a significant improvement in dyspnoea indices (p<0.05) on 15 th day follow-up compared to ipratropium. However, a non significant improvement in HRQoL and dyspnoea scores was observed in both groups. Concomitant use of salbutamol was found lower in the subjects of tiotropium group (p>0.05). Dry mouth was the common adverse effect observed in both groups. Conclusion Tiotropium in a dose of 18 mcg once daily via MDI showed a non significant improvement in dyspnoea, lung functions and all domains of SGRQ compared to ipratropium 40 mcg four times daily.
ASSESSMENT OF GROUND WATER QUALITY BY USING WATER QUALITY INDEX AND PHYSICO CHEMICAL PARAMETERS: REVIEW PAPER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Jyoti Bansal* 1 & A.K. Dwivedi Water quality is considered as a big issue in many cities of developing countries. Bore well water is valuable than surface water but due to different activities done by human being this water is contaminated. And now-a-days this is the grave problem. In those areas of Indore city where the door to door garbage pickup vehicle brought their garbage, the assessment of the bore well water was carried out. At assessing the water quality index (WQI) and physico-chemical parameters for the ground water of Indore the present work is aimed. For a physico-chemical analysis, ground water samples of selected location were collected. For calculating the present water quality status the following quality parameters were considered: pH, electrical conductivity, TDS, total hardness, COD, total alkalinity, turbidity, sulphate, chloride. After calculating water quality status of considered parameters, results are compared with IS: 10500-2012. This ground water sample’s physico -chemical characteristics suggest that the evaluation of water quality parameters should be carried out periodically
Neurometabolites Alterations Judged by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy may Underlie Chronic Hepatitis C associated Fatigue published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Abdel_Salam O.A, Elshazly T.A, Amr M El-rabat, Ali A.M Objectives: To evaluate the relationship between chronic hepatitis C (CHC) and severity of fatigue and to determine neurochemicals alterations using magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) Patients & Methods: 100 CHC were categorized using modified Child-Pugh classification and underwent evaluation of quality of life using CLDQ questionnaire, sense of fatigue using FSS, global fatigue using the 11-point visual analogue fatigue scale (VAFS) and to determine the impact of fatigue on their daily life using MFIS. All patients underwent MRI and MRS examinations. Results: Mean total CLDQ score and VAFS mean score as well frequency of lower MFIS of Class A patients was significantly higher than Class B and C and in Class B than Class C. Mean FSS of Class A patients was significantly lower compared to other patients. Mean total MFIS score was significantly lower in Class A than in Class C patients. Neurochemicals concentration was significantly decreased in all patients than controls with significantly lower NAA concentration in Class C than in Class A patients. Conclusion: Fatigue is a prominent complaint of CHC patients and is magnified with the more liver derangement and mostly associated with altered concentrations of neurochemicals judged by MRS.
EVALUATION OF THE ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACTS OF THREE ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Ignace Kindo*, S.John Britto, M. Thamacin Arulappan, Sinjumol Thomas, Mariat George and Ranjit Marandi The ethanolic extract of the leaves of Cipadessa- baccifera, Didymocarpus humboldtiana synonym- (Henckelia humboldtiana) and Alangium salviifolium were analysed for antioxidant activity. The ethanolic extract of the plants were tested for total antioxidant capacity and free radicalscavenging activity by DPPH (1, 1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazil). The ethanolic extract of leaf of Alangium salviifolium exhibited high free radical scavenging activity at concentration 0.5?g, followed by Didymocarpus humboldtiana (Henckelia humboldtiana)and Cipadessa- baccifera. The total antioxidant activity was also high in Alangium salviifolium, followed by Didymocarpus humboldtiana (Henckelia humboldtiana) and Cipadessa- baccifera.
Antioxidant and Free Radical Scavenging Potential of Ethanolic Extract of Garcinia Indica Linn. Fruits. published in

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V. Dhana Rangesh Kumar, K. Gurusamy Objective: To evaluate the in vitro antioxidant potentials of ethanolic extract of Garcinia indica Linn fruits. Methods:The ethanolic extract of fruit rind of G.indica was subjected tothe analysis of phytochemicals, total phenolic, tannin and flavonoid contents and free radical scavenging activities such asDPPH,Nitric oxide radical,Superoxide radical, Hydroxylradical radical,ABTS+radical,reducingpower and Metalion-chelatingactivities were determined.Results: The ethanolic extract of G.indica fruit rinds were demonstrated a notable antioxidant potential dose dependently with best activity at 500g/ml. conclusion:Traditionally claimed medicinal benefits of G.indica might be due to its potent anti-oxidant nature.
Assessment of Psycho-Social Interest of Students With and Without Disabilities in Organic Chemistry Using Constructivist Approaches published in

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ESKAY, M., EZEUDU, F.O.,DONATUS ANIODO, EGBUKWU U. P., NOSIKE U. The study assessed the psycho-social interest of students with and without disabilities in organic chemistry using constructivist approaches. The study adopted a quasi experimental design specifically pretestposttest non- equivalent control group design. Three research questions were posed and three null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance. The study was carried out in Nsukka Education Zone of Enugu State of Nigeria. Four co- educational Secondary Schools were randomly sampled for the study. The sample which consisted of 184 students from the four secondary schools was stratified in terms of the two groups: PEDDA and IEPT instructional approaches. One instrument was developed and validated for data collection: the Organic Chemistry Interest Scale (OCIS). The subjects were pretested and later post-tested at the end of the treatment. Data collected were analyzed using means, standard deviations and Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). The result showed that students gained psychosocial interest equally in both models of constructivism. There was no significant difference in the male and female students psycho-social interest in organic chemistry. Both methods are effective in students psycho-social interest in organic chemistry. Based on the findings and educational implication, the following recommendations were made that: the use of PEDDA and IEPT should be part of the chemistry curriculum implementation programme for students with and without disabilities, chemistry teachers need to be retrained periodically on the use of PEDDA and IEPT instructional approaches. Use of constructivism should bedisseminated to all inclusive schools in Nigeria to encourage other science teachers.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF CONTROLLED RELEASE TABLETS OF PIOGLITAZONE published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Rama Kotaiah Mogili*, Ram Babu. G, Prasad Rao.M, Lakshman.P Pioglitazone Controlled release tablets were prepared by using polymers like Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose, Psyllium, Guar-gum, Xanthum gum and Carbopol. From this study it can be concluded that Pioglitazone C.R tablets prepared by Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose K15M ( i.e. H3) showed good release rate than the tablets prepared by using other polymers. Pre compression and Carrs index of the pure drug indicated that the drug had good flow property, even the formulations were found to be within the range. Post compression studies, for tablets like thickness, diameter, hardness, friability, drug content uniformity was done. The dissolution studies were carried out for 24 hours. As per the result of dissolution study of formulation H3, P3, G3 and X3 showed reasonable release 99.87%, 97.85%, 92.48% and 93.51% respectively at the end of 24hrs. Formula H3 showed good drug release profile 99.87% at the 24 hrs, showed excellent matrix integrity during the period of study, when compare to other formulations. The formulation H3 was considered optimum because it showed negligible drug release in acidic medium and drug release in the phosphate buffer (pH 7.4) was found to be almost complete. The stability studies of the selected formulation showed that the product was stable through-out the study period . KEY WORDS: Pioglitazone, Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose, Psyllium, Guar-gum, Xanthum gum and Carbopol
Fueling Neuroscience with Human Pluripotent Stem Cells published in

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Jianfeng Lu -
Effect of various sources and parameters on the production of an extracellular lipase from Aspergillus heteromorphus and optimization using response surface methodology published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

Published by Scientific and Academic Association
Sneha.P.M, Tatineni Parimala1, C.S.V.Ramachandra Rao1, R.Satish Babu1* Optimization of medium composition for the improvement of lipase enzyme activity using Aspergillus heteromorphus, was performed by Response Surface Methodology (RSM). Initially, the effect of seven types of carbon sources (lactose, glycerol, starch, dextrose, sucrose, fructose, and sorbitol) and five types of nitrogen source (CSL, yeast extract, meat extract, urea and ammonium sulphate) and different inducers (mustard, gingelly, coconut, sunflower, castor, olive, palm, and groundnut oils) on growth of Aspergillus sp. was studied. The concentration of medium component that was found to significantly influence the growth of Aspergillus sp (olive oil, sorbitol, and meat extract) was further optimized using RSM. The medium that consists of 0.5% w/v sorbitol, 2% w/v meat extract and 2% w/v olive oil at 30C temperature and at 68th hr was found optimal for lipase production from Aspergillus sp. showing an activity of around 24.7U/ml which was more than the previous value prior to optimization i.e. 22.3 U/ml.
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Eurasian Union of Scientists

Published by Ltd International Education Center
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Home Schooling '“ Advantages and Disadvantages published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Gurpreet Kaur Homeschooling has become a controversial issue in recent years. Homeschooling opponents opine that it is not an alternative pathway for education alongside the standard public educational system because there are still many flaws existing in this system. Homeschooling is not an effective approach to provide children with education due to scarcities of qualified educators, homeschooled children unable to well-develop their social life as well as parents have to invest massive time and dedication. Parents act as arbitrator in their childrens education. They hope that through homeschooling they can convey the message they want to for their children. In reality, homeschooling is not as easy as they think. It takes decades to judge the success of their choice. Therefore, homeschooling is a high risk venture. According to Ray (2002), there are approximately 1.6-2.0 million children being taught under homeschooling by their parents. Homeschooled families grow at estimated rate of 7-15 percent per year. According to the statistics of HSLDA (2010), the main reason parents choose homeschooling is religious conviction, which is about 49%; 15% agree that homeschooling can provide a positive social environment; 14% are for academic excellence; 12% choose homeschooling because of their childrens specific needs; and 5% are for flexibility and curriculum choice. The advantages to homeschooling range in scope and effect. It depends upon the person teaching, their circumstances and their ability. The advantages also rely on the characteristics or nature of the student or students involved. Gurpreet Kaur"Home Schooling “ Advantages and Disadvantages" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8335.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/humanities-and-the-arts/education/8335/home-schooling--advantages-and-disadvantages/gurpreet-kaur
A Survey on Various Disease Prediction Techniques published in

International Journal of ADVANCED AND APPLIED SCIENCES (IJAAS)

Published by Institute of Advanced Science Extension (IASE)
C. Leancy Jannet | G. V. Sumalatha An analysis of various diseases have been predicted using multiple data mining and text mining techniques. In this article we are going to discuss about 6 prediction techniques. Using gene expression pattern we predict the disease outcome and implementation of pathway based approach for classifying disease based on hyper box principles, we also present a novel hybrid prediction model with missing value imputation HPM-MI which analyze imputation using simple k-means clustering. A technique based on CCAR Constraint Class Association Rule has been used for reducing time consumption in prediction of a particular disease. We have discussed about text mining technique and their applications. Another technique has also been studied about hyper triglyceride mia from anthropometric measures which diverge according to age and gender. Using multilayer classifiers for disease prediction we can achieve high diagnosis accuracy and high performance. C. Leancy Jannet | G. V. Sumalatha "A Survey on Various Disease Prediction Techniques" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18624.pdf
High Performance Triplex Adder using CNTFET published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
G. Naveen Balaji | S. Chenthur Pandian | D. Rajesh Carbon Nanotubes Field Effect Transistors (CNTFETs) is used to implement a two new design of triplex half adder. conventional binary logic has a capable alternate called triplex logic, since it is possible to accomplish uncomplicatedness and energy efficiency in modern digital design due to shortened circuit overhead such as interconnect and chip area. Triplex decoders and binary logic gates are used to present two novel half adders. To obtain power, delay and power delay product the circuits are simulated using HSPICE . Recently reported designs are compared with these circuits. These triplex adders show delay and power advantage up to 40 and 39 % with less transistor count. So, using these half adders in complex arithmetic circuits will be advantageous. G. Naveen Balaji | S. Chenthur Pandian | D. Rajesh"High Performance Triplex Adder using CNTFET" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2300.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/2300/high-performance-triplex-adder-using-cntfet/g-naveen-balaji
A Study of Web Traffic Analysis published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mr. Pratik V. Pande, Mr. N.M. Tarbani, Mr. Pavan V. Ingalkar? With the rapid increasing popularity of the WWW, Websites are playing a crucial role to convey knowledge and information to the end users. Discovering hidden and meaningful information about web users usage patterns is critical to determine effective marketing strategies to optimize the Web server usage for accommodating future growth. Most of the currently available Web server traffic analysis tools explicitly provide statistical information. The web server traffic analysis tools make the use of Web Access Logs that are generated on the server while the user is accessing the website. A Web access log comprises of various entries like the name of the user, his IP address, number of bytes transferred timestamp etc. The task of web traffic analysis tools becomes more challenging when the web traffic volume is enormous and keeps on growing. In this paper, we propose a various model to discover and analyze useful knowledge from the available Web log data and also provides a comparative study of variety of Log Analyzer tools exist which helps in analyzing the traffic on web server.
A Comparison Study of Open Source Penetration Testing Tools published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Nilesh Bhingardeve | Seeza Franklin Penetration testing also known as Pen Test is a series of activities which is performed by authorized simulated attack on computer system, network or web application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. It helps confirm the efficiency and effectiveness of the various security measures that have been implemented. In the world of Open Source Software, even Penetration Testing is not untouched. The purpose of this pilot study was to compare various the open source penetration testing tools. Nilesh Bhingardeve | Seeza Franklin"A Comparison Study of Open Source Penetration Testing Tools" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15662.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/computer-security/15662/a-comparison-study-of-open-source-penetration-testing-tools/nilesh-bhingardeve
Comparison of transepithelial corneal collagen crosslinking with epithelium-off crosslinking in progressive keratoconus. published in

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Dr.Nikhil Rupareliya,Dr.Palak Shah,Dr. Nilam Chaudhary,Dr. Rupal Bhatt To evaluate the safety and efficacy of transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking(TE-CXL) as compared to epithelium-off crosslinking(epi-off CXL) in progressive keratoconus.Prospective study involving 20 patients with 3 months follow-up was undertaken.Pre and post-operative measurements of patient comfort,BCVA,refraction,corneal haze,keratometry,topography and specular microscopy were compared.There was no statistical significant difference in terms of BCVA,refraction,corneal thickness,keratometry values,specular microscopy counts between the two groups at 3 month follow-up.Statistically significant difference was noted in terms of patient comfort and corneal haze;TE-CXL group having better patient comfort and less corneal haze.So both the techniques are safe and effective;TE-CXL is better tolerated by patients.
Agriculture And Food Security In India: An Econon\Mic Analysis published in

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Mr. Goverdhan Reddy. L 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. Later, the food security of vulnerable, sustainable use of natural resources, and equity between rural and urban or farm and nonfarm population became the issues of dominant discourse related to agricultural development. The policies and programmes related to marketing and trade were obviously guided by the overall objective sought to be achieved from the agricultural development strategy. The changes in marketing environment and production performance of the Indian agricultural sector should, therefore, be viewed in the context of weight age attached to these objectives at different points of time. Indias 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, Indias 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.
Comparative Analysis and Study between Markov Password and CFG Password published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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S. Vaithyasubramanian, A. Christy, D. Saravanan Seeing that the computer and internet technology grows with immense expansion, these days everyone holds an email and online account. Starting from reading newspaper online, communicating with others through email, connecting stay with friends and relatives through social networks, online ticketing, online shopping and internet banking almost everyone is using their computer gadget and right to use internet. Confirmation to Logging-in to their login account is one of the procedural processes carried out with a username and password. Password proves that he/she is the authenticated user while username gives his/her identity. Essential Authentication has just obliged a username and Password. Ineffective mistake when one makes at the time of creating login account and Password cause their login account vulnerable against hacking and intrusion. In view of the fact that the Password is the gateway for accessing their account after getting prior approval from the administrator, a password should be the deterrent to various sorts of attacks. Such innovation in creating and generating alphanumeric passwords is Markov Password and CFG Password. In this paper, we furnish comparative analysis and study between Markov Password and CFG Password. Analysis shows how, where and when these two Password techniques can be utilized. This technique paves a new way for authentication process.
Sustainable Development in India Challenges and Strategies published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Dr. Joy Nerella Sustainable development has become an integrating concept embracing economic, social and environmental issues. Sustainable development does not preclude the use of exhaustible natural resources but requires that any use be appropriately offset. This concept is not acceptable to many developing countries since it seems to disregard their aspirations for growth and development. Further, sustainable development cannot be achieved without significant economic growth in the developing countries.
Generating SMS (Short Message Service) in the form of Quick Response Code (QR-code) published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Mohammad Zainuddin, D. Baswaraj, SM Riyazoddin? This article shows how a QR-code can be generated from a simple sms. We can see lot of QRcodes or mobile barcodes around us on websites, books, gadgets, T-shirts etc. which are making our work easier with just 1 click decode with high speed. With respect to old barcodes, QR-codes are very fast and they can store lot of data, making it more superior. QR-Codes originated within the technology hungry country of Japan, and have only recently began to become popular within the Middle East and Europe. Barcodes that you see on any commercial product are extremely beneficial as their reading speed, supreme accuracy and their functionalities are main keys. As barcodes reached their peak and began getting used worldwide, the need for more data and character types to be stored was inevitable. Developers began trying to expand on the current amount of bars within the barcode and how their positioning resides to allow further data capacities. The need for smaller barcodes also was another defining factor in QR-Codes development.
A Rule Based Clustering and Routing Approach to Improve Clustered Network Communication? published in

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Shafali Vashist, Mr. Samit Yadav? Lots of challenges are associated with sensor network. Communication in sensor network is controlled using some routing protocol. To achieve the effective communication over the network, particular protocol selection is required. In this paper, the classification of sensor network is defined according to the applications and requirement. The paper has categorized all the available protocols in some related classes as well as the exploration to each protocol class is defined in this paper.
Early generation selection parameters in doubled haploids of Ethiopian mustard (Brassica carinataA. Braun) published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
SHITOLEAJIT MOHANRAO1 ANDVEDNA KUMARI* The doubled haploids of Ethiopian mustard (Brassica carinata A. Braun) were evaluated along with mustard under two environments during Rabi, 2010-11. Analysis of variance for different traits such as days to flower initiation, days to 50 per cent flowering, days to 75 per cent maturity, plant height, number of primary branches per plant, number of secondary branches per plant, siliquae per plant, length of main shoot, siliquae on main shoot, siliqua length, seeds per siliqua, 1000-seed weight, seed yield per plant, biological yield per plant, harvest index and per cent oil content revealed the presence of sufficient genetic variability for all characters except siliqua length and per cent oil content in Env. I. On the other hand in Env. II, the presence of sufficient genetic variability for most of the traits was observed. Pooled analysis over environments revealed the presence of g x e interactions for all characters except days to flower initiation and per cent oil content. Correlation studies indicated the higher magnitude of genotypic correlations than their corresponding phenotypic correlations for most of the characters studied indicating the inherent association among the various characters. In pooled over the environments, at phenotypic level, the seed yield per plant had significant positive association with plant height, number of secondary branches per plant, siliquae per plant, biological yield per plant and harvest index. Based upon the path coefficient analysis, harvest index and biological yield per plant were observed to be the best selection parameters because of their high positive direct and indirect contributions towards seed yield per plant
INDUSTRIALLY IMPORTANT ENZYMES FROM SPENT OYSTER MUSHROOM BED WASTES published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Haripriya.R , Parkavi.V , Jothi.D , Delphin.D.V and P.Thirumalaivasan* Discarded oyster mushroom beds were examined for their bioactive compounds and industrially important enzymes. Spent oyster mushroom beds were used as substrate by micro organisms such as Bacillus megaterium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus vulgaris, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens and Micrococcus sp were used production of industrially important enzymes and bioactive compounds. Bioactive compounds such as total sugars and reducing sugars were produced by B. amyloliquefaciens. B. megaterium, B. amyloliquefaciens showed positive result in lipid hydrolysis. Microorganisms such as B. megaterium, P. aeruginosa, P. vulgaris, B. amyloliquefaciens, and Micrococcus sp used spent oyster mushroom bed as good source for production of industrially important enzymes such as laccase, lignin peroxidase , manganese peroxidase, cellulase, protease, amylase, pectinase, xylanase and catalase.
SELECTIVE ISOLATION AND MOLECULAR IDENTIFICATION OF L-ARGINASE PRODUCING BACTERIA FROM MARINE SEDIMENTS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Rahamat Unissa*1, M. Sudhakar2 and A. Sunil Kumar Reddy3 L-Arginase (EC 3.5.3.1) is a therapeutic enzyme that catalyzes the irreversible hydrolysis of L-arginine to l-ornithine and urea .It is widely expressed in bacteria, fungi, yeast, actinomycetes, algae and plants etc. It has gained importance due to its potential application as anti-cancer agent against wide range of tumour cells. With an aim to isolate a potential L-arginase producing strain, marine soil and water samples were collected from different places of chirala beach of Andhra Pradesh, India. Semi quantitative screening was done by using mineral arginine agar medium. Further the activity was confirmed by estimating the levels of urea calorimetrically. Among the 35 strains isolated, 15 were found positive out of which , one of the potent isolate was selected and identified. The morphological and biochemical characterization revealed that the potent isolate belongs to the genus Idiomarina. Further, 16s rRNA gene of the potent isolate was amplified and analyzed which showed that it had about 99% similarity with Idiomarina sp. Idiomarina sediminum (T); c121; (Gene Bank accession no. EF212001) and the next homologue was Idiomarina sediminum; H1695; (Gene Bank accession no. JF346667). Thus, the strain was ultimately identified as Idiomarina sediminum; H1695; (Gene Bank Accession Number JF346667).
FORMULATION OF RITONAVIR TABLETS: OPTIMIZATION BY 22 FACTORIAL DESIGN published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
K.Ravi Shankar1, K. P. R. Chowdary*1 and A. Sambasiva Rao2 Ritonavir, a widely prescribed antiretroviral drug belongs to class II under BCS classification and exhibit low and variable oral bioavailability due to its poor aqueous solubility. It needs enhancement in the dissolution rate in its formulation development. Complexation with ?-cyclodextrin (?CD) and use of surfactant (Soluplus) are tried for enhancing the dissolution rate of ritonavir in its formulation development. The objective of the present study is optimization of ritonavir tablet formulation employing ?CD and Soluplus by 22 factorial design. Formulation of ritonavir tablets with NLT 85% dissolution in 15 min employing ?CD and Soluplus was optimized by 22 factorial design. Four ritonavir (100 mg) tablet formulations were prepared using selected combinations of the two factors as per 22factorial design. Ritonavir tablets were prepared by direct compression method and were evaluated for drug content, hardness, friability, disintegration time and dissolution rate characteristics.All the ritonavir tablets prepared fulfilled the official (IP 2010) requirements with regard to drug content, hardness, friability and disintegration time specified for uncoated tablets. Much variations were observed in the disintegration and dissolution characteristics of the ritonavir tablets prepared due to formulation variables. The disintegration times were in the range 30 sec to 6 min 15 sec with various tablets. Ritonavir tablets (Rb) which are prepared employing ?CD in 1:0.5 ratio of drug: ?CD and Soluplus at 2 % of drug content gave very rapid dissolution of ritonavir than others. These tablets (Rb) gave 99.50 % dissolution in 15 min. The increasing order of dissolution rate (K1) observed with various formulations was Rb>Rab > Ra > R1. For optimization, percent drug dissolved in 15 min was taken as response (Y) and level of ?CD as (X1) and level of Soluplus as (X2). The polynomial equation describing the relationship between the response, Y and the variables, X1 and X2 based on the observed data was found to be Y = 77.48 + 4.42 (X1) + 16.7 (X2) 9.67 (X1 X2). Based on the above polynomial equation, the optimized ritonavir tablet formulation with NLT 85% dissolution in 15 min could be formulated employing ?CD at 1:2.75 ratio of drug: ?CD and Soluplus at 1.50 % of drug content. The optimized ritonavir (100 mg) tablet formulation prepared employing ?CD (275 mg / tablet) and Soluplus (1.5 mg/ tablet) gave 85.95 % dissolution in 15 min fulfilling the target dissolution set. Thus optimization by 22 factorial design could be successfully used for the development of ritonavir tablets with NLT 85 % dissolution in 15 min.
Optimization of Pmbldc Motor published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mr. Shwetal I. Anand Thispaper deals with a method of design of permanent magnet brushless dc machine (BDCM), primarily aimed for subermisible motor applications. The design variables such as airgap flux density, slot electric loading, stacking factor, coil fill factor, end turn coil factor, magnet fraction, slot fraction, flux density in the stator back iron, etc., are used in design process. The simplified design equations for trapezoidal back emf motor of rating 45w, 2900 rpm, 12 V(D.C.) radial flux surface mounted BDCM are obtained. Since the motor is for high current and low voltage application so water cooling is used
Conceptualizing Risk and Differentiation Impact on the Willingness to Pay for Private Label Branding published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Yingyot Chiaravutthi and Kandapa Thanasuta This paper introduces the effect of product category characteristics into consumer willingness to pay for private label brand under two branding strategies: own-name branding and other-name branding. This paper critically examines two product characteristics, i.e. perceived category risk and perceived product differentiation, together with the literatures of willingness to pay and private label branding strategy. This paper argues that perceived category risk and perceived product differentiation effect the differences that consumers are willing to pay for two private label brandings against the first-ranked national brands. The effects proposed in this paper expands the understanding of willingness to pay across product categories and provides guideline for retailer in setting prices for its private label brands against the national brands in the market.
DIGITAL MARKETING: A PARADIGM SHIFT IN PHARMACEUTICAL MARKETING published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Balekari Umamahesh* and Nallaguntla Lavanya1 Over the past decade, pharmaceutical companies have successfully capitalized the global digital expansion as a platform for the pharmaceutical marketing. Digital marketing has proved ti be economical, wider acceptability, increased accessibility to physicians and with the advantages of representative detailing. Information accessibility at the convenience of physician generated wider usage in physicians. Digital marketing improves the patient experience, access to trusted information about drugs. Future advancements in digital marketing technologies further provide opportunities for manufacturers, physicians and patients to enhance the harmony in medical marketing.
Efficacy of organic manures on growth, yield and biomolecules of stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni) published in

Journal of Crop and Weed

Published by Crop and Weed Science society
DUSHYANT, S. MAJI, S. KUMAR, A. K. MAURYA AND K. R. MEENA Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni) a perennial herb belonging to family Asteraceae is important for its leaves which are used as non caloric sweetner and also in many therapeutic applications including diabetes. The present investigation was carried out during 2012-13 to study the effect of organic nutrition on growth and yield of stevia cv. Meethi. Vermicompost (V.C) -250g, bone meal (B.M.)- 120g and neem cake (N.C.)- 100g were applied as sole and in combination. The experiment comprised ten treatments [T :Control; T : V.C. (100%); T :N.C. (100%); T :B.M. (100%); T :V.C.+N.C. 75:25); T :V.C.+N.C.(50:50); 0 1 2 3 4 5 T :N.C.+B.M.(75:25); T :V.C.+B.M.(50:50); T :V.C.+B.M (75:25); T :N.C.+B.M.(50:50)] each replicated thrice and followed 6 7 8 9 the randomized block design. The study revealed that organic manures were much more effective for Stevia when they were applied in combination rather than sole application. Under the study, combined application of vermicompost and bone meal at 75:25 ratio showed the maximum height of plant (49.99cm), highest number of suckers per plant (3.52), maximum number of leaves (89.87 plant-1) as well as maximum fresh (26.55g) and dry (7.52g) weight of leaves among the all treatments.
A BRIEF ANALYSIS OF REGULATORY STRUCTURE AND APPROVAL PROCESS OF PHARMACEUTICALS IN GCC published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Konuri Dinesh Chandra*, A. Elphine Prabahar, Nadendla Rama Rao Regulatory authorities in both developed and developing countries share the responsibility of ensuring the access of safe and effective medicines to patients; however their structures, strategies, and practices vary significant. The gulf cooperation council region is consider as emerging market for pharmaceutical export and bilateral trade some incidents of year 2008-09 generics will comprise a significant part of the pharmaceutical sector in the GCC The aim of this study was to evaluate the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) regulatory systems (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE)) in order to develop a harmonized strategy. Seven GCC authorities to provide details of their review process and the quality measures used to improve their assessment procedures for applicability and practicality in the GCC region like recession or economic slowdown in highly well off and regulated market of EU and US raised the demand for alternate destinations for business. Smaller pharma markets such as Qatar and Bahrain are likely to experience higher growth than the comparatively developed market of Saudi Arabia. The GCC pharmaceutical sector has been growing steadily along with the general uptrend within the region.
Differentiated Instruction and e-learning in Corporate Sector A Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Madhavi Reddy Kesari In todays scenario, education and training is not limited to classroom alone. Technology has made it available for learners to seek training and gain competence in the respective areas of study or to perform the job skills in everyday businesses outside the classroom. Technology, though cannot replace teachers entirely, can certainly help teachers to create better experiences through the use of differentiated instructions. This paper intends to focus on how differentiated instruction helps to meet individual needs by taking the example of one of the training programs imparted to adult learners in corporate sectors.
Conjunctival Leaking Bleb after Cross- Linking using Riboflavin and UVA: A Histopathological Study published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

Published by peertechz publications
Loscos-Arenas Jordi*, Tapia Gustavo, Moll-Udina Aina, Romanic Nevena and Romera Pau Corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL), using ultraviolet-A (UVA) radiation and ribofl avin, it is a non-invasive treatment of progressive keratoconus. As the procedure has shown a positive effect on the biomechanical of the cornea it could be a real alternative for late-onset bleb leakage in certain cases. Recent published studies [1,2], show encouraging results with this simple and non-invasive technique. Although in both series only one eye had a signifi cant intraocular pressure (IOP) increase in the fi rst set and two in the second, almost in all treated eyes the seidel test were normalized, which would support the postulate that CXL reinforces residual collagen bonding. However, in most of the eyes a slight IOP increase was observed and it is hardly attributable to the treatment because these eyes have a self-resolving tendency with a self-limiting seidel phenomena with fl uctuating visual acuity.
A Qualitative Study of the Role of E- Commerce and Internet Marketing in Online Purchasing Trends in India published in

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Namrta Kumari, Dr Amit Kumar Pandey This paper gives an overview of ecommerce and internet marketing, discusses the global and Indian online trends, and identifies the various reasons behind the online purchases and the impact of select reasons on genders, specific to Indian online shoppers. Moreover study is focused on the Indian context and buyers who believe and shown their faith in online purchasing. But still a countable number is having a hitch in their mind for the online purchasing.
Study of The Health Status of Adolescent Boys and Girls (14-16 Years) of D N High School, Anand - Gujarat published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Dr. Bhavana Y Chauhan Malnutrition continues to be a primary cause of ill health and mortality among children in developing countries. In present study, an attempt was made to find the prevalence of malnutrition (thinness/obesity) among school children aged 14-16 years. Methods: A total of 630 students of DN High School were selected and their nutritional status was assessed by using anthropometric measurements. Results: It was observed that prevalence of Undernutrition was high in boys as compared to girls of all 3 age groups and the percentage of thinness among total boys were 16% (n=60), and that of severe thinness was 11.73% (n=44), whereas, among total girls percentage of thinness was 12.16% (n=31) and that of severely thinness was 3.14% (n=8). When compared with socioeconomic status it was observed that Under nutrition was more prevalent among middle and poor income class adolescents. Conclusion: Prevalence of malnutrition was high among boys as compared to girls especially of middle and poor income class. The study indicated the need for repeated interventions for improvement of nutrition knowledge levels in low-SES children. Dr. Bhavana Y Chauhan"Study of The Health Status of Adolescent Boys and Girls (14-16 Years) of D N High School, Anand - Gujarat" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2238.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/other/2238/study-of-the-health-status-of-adolescent-boys-and-girls-14-16-years-of-d-n-high-school-anand---gujarat/dr-bhavana-y-chauhan
COMPONENTS AND RESULTS OF ADOPTED ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATIONS INSMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN THAILAND published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Apiwit Tansoo, Khwanruedee Tuntrabundit The purpose of this research was to demonstrate the components and processes to adopt organizational innovations and results by literatures analyzed and collected data through interviews with the 7 best entrepreneurs of small and medium enterprise from SMEs National Award. By results, there are four components of organizational innovation; Human resource management, Organization structure management, Leadership and Organizational management. The processes are to implement organizational innovation in order to actualize the initial vision of trends and business analysis which is the fundamental basis. Then, targets will be set and organizational innovations will be adopted. Brainstorming was implemented to resolve problems, and ways of implementation stages are from the result which found that operational performance, employee encouragement, and organizational performance increased after used organizational innovation. Moreover, entrepreneurs can use researched results to develop organizational innovation in their organizations for achieving their goals and sustainable development. Furthermore, researched results were used to develop questionnaires to measure components of organizational innovation obviously. Keywords: Organizational Innovations, Small and Medium Enterprise in Thailand.
MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE TREATIES (MLATs) SEBAGAI INSTRUMEN PEMBERANTASAN KEJAHATAN INTERNASIONAL published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Noer Indriati International contractual law is an order which must respect and adhered by pertinent of the parties in agreement. The formal and informal relation between the citizen or corporate have very intensively. International badness which pass boundaries jurisdiction of the state have increase in the form which is sophisticated and the frequency which progressively often. Because of international badness which have more progressively is needed cooperation between the state which it is more coordinated as straightening of law. Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATS) emerge because eradication of insufficient badness upheld by agreement of extradition. Form of Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATS) have agreed on, for example United Nations Convention Against Corruption Year 2003, United nations Conventions Against Transnational Organized Crime Year 2000. While in the level of ASEAN, Treaty Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters year 2004. Kata kunci: kejahatan internasional, perjanjian internasional
Green Accounting and Reporting among Indian Corporates published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Archana T. A. Responsibility towards environment has become one of the most crucial areas of social responsibility. Recent years have witnessed rising concern for environmental degradation, which is taking place mainly in the form of pollution of various types, viz. air, water, sound, soil erosion, deforestation, etc. Even though Indian corporate accomplish with the rules and regulations with regard to environmental protection, till now no clear cut policies are framed and formulated at the National, State or even at the company level, for ensuring the level of Compliance to environmental norms. This study was intended to find out the major environmental parameters reported by Indian Corporate as part of their Environmental reporting practice. The study also focused on the extent to which Indian Corporate practice, voluntary environmental reporting with regard to the environmental parameters identified. The study developed a model which specifies six aspects to be covered in environmental accounting in order to measure the ultimate environmental performance of the organization. The aim of this model is to present a novel view of the different activities to be undertaken by organizations to facilitate environmental accounting and reporting. Archana T. A."Green Accounting and Reporting among Indian Corporates" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6 , October 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd4703.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/management/accounting-and-finance/4703/green-accounting-and-reporting-among-indian-corporates/archana-t-a
A 1Kw, 100 Khz Full Bridge ZVS DC-DC Converter For a Distributed Power Supply System published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
J. N. Pandya The high voltage DC power supply require for Anode power supply of pre driver stage of RF Amplifier. Nowadays compact high voltage dc power supply is more in demand so high switching frequency is require for reduce the size of power supply. High switching frequency increase the switching loss which is minimize with the zero voltage switching. The conventional phase-shifted zero voltage switching(ZVS) DC-DC converter is applied to the many power supplies in order to reduce the voltage and current stresses of the main switching devices (MOSFETs). The ZVS method needs fairly large leakage inductance in the primary side of the high frequency transformer to get good ZVS characteristics. During the small dead time between conductions of the two bridge legs, the increased magnetizing current resonates with MOSFET output capacitance, resulting in ZVS operation. Switching losses is quite reducing with the ZVS operation in full bridge converter so efficiency of converter is increased. A crockroft-Walton voltage multiplier circuit is connected in secondary side of high frequency transformer which increases the output voltage level and rectified it. This study describes the high frequency high voltage DC power supply (1kW,100kHz). Simulation is done by using PSIM software. Design equations and Simulation results are presented and discussed in briefly. Index Terms- Crockroft-Walton Voltage Multiplier Circuit(Voltage Doubler Circuit), DC-DC Converter, High Voltage DC Power Supply, Zero Voltage Switching(ZVS).
published in

International Journal of Public Mental Health & Neurosciences

Published by Sarvasumana Association
Assessment of Zinc solubilization by Endophytic Bacteria in Legume Rhizosphere published in

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Poonam Sharma, K. C. Kumawat, Sabhjeet Kaur, Navprabhjot Kaur Total of 48 endophytic bacterial isolates from soybean (43) and summer mungbean (5) rhizosphere were screened for zinc solubilizing ability in Tris- minimal medium separately amended with inorganic zinc compounds viz. zinc oxide (ZnO) and zinc phosphate Zn3(PO4)2 by plate assay method. Further zinc solubilizing isolates were assessed for morphological, biochemical and plant growth promoting (PGP) traits in vitro. Of 48 endophytic bacterial isolates, 3 and 17 were able to solubilize ZnO whereas 2 and 12 were able to solubilize Zn3(PO4)2 on Tris- minimal medium. Endophytes 1J (Klebsiella spp.) and 19D (Pseudomonas spp.) were found to be promising bacterial isolates as they solubilized both inorganic sources of zinc separately supplemented in Tris- minimal medium along with good PGP traits (P- solubilization & indole acetic acid) and can be exploited as potential biofertilizers.
Knowledge and Self Reported Practices Among Mothers of Under-Five Children Regarding Diarrheal Management published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Mrs Malarvizhi M, Ms Praseena Kallingal, Ms Brincy D Souza, Mrs Wilma Noronha, Mrs Priya Jenifer Background:Diarrhea is a leading cause of death during complex emergencies and natural disasters1. Materials and Methods: Descriptive research design was used.The study was conducted in Father Muller Medical College Hospital Mangalore. The sample for the present study consists of 100 mothers of under -five children admitted in a hospital. Results:Majority of the mothers 41% of them had an average level of knowledge about diarrhea, while, 22%, and 2% of them had poor and very poor level of knowledge. The data shows that 26% and 8% of them had good and very good knowledge.The data presented in above figure 15 and table shows that majority of the mothers 65% were moderately satisfied while, 26%, and 8% of them were satisfied and unsatisfied.Conclusion:The study concludes that there was a weak positive correlation between knowledge and practice.
THE PRINCIPLES OF INTERACTION BETWEEN THE ACTORS OF THE INNOVATION CHAIN IN THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Natalia Nikolaevna Kulikova Realization of activity of subjects of electronic industry isnt possible on linear model today. The new infrastructure of branch of microelectronics defines formation of the new principles according to which interaction and development of participants of an innovative chain is carried out.
Affinity towards Entrepreneurship among Undergraduates: A Study of Engineering and Commerce Students in Kolkata published in

Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science

Published by BONFRING
Prasanta Guha Entrepreneurship has become a global phenomenon today. All countries are well concerned with this issue at hand. India has also been pretty much responsive towards the development of entrepreneurship. The effort towards building entrepreneurship has become prominent with the reflection in the creation of entrepreneurship cell in different premier educational institutions, conducting of entrepreneurship week and leading entrepreneurship workshops and the like in the different corners and parts of our country. This paper attempts to understand the notion of undergraduates towards entrepreneurship in the context of latent interests among the undergraduates in engineering and commerce students.Besides it also tries to focus on the relevant factors that play a leading role in building entrepreneurs of tomorrow in the true sense of the term
UREASE (EC3.5.1.5):A PERSPECTIVE published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
kambadur Muralidhar 1* Jitender Khurana2 and Vineet Sharma 1,2 Urease (Urea amidohydrolase, EC 3.5.1.5) is one of the most efficient of all enzymes. It has provided the first evidence that enzymes are proteins. The enzyme from leguminous and cucurbit seeds has been extensively characterized. The physiological role of Urease in plants is still not completely understood. The survival of many pathogens like Helicobacter pylori appears to be dependent on Urease. The biological significance of microbial Ureases in gut physiology has been described. The available structural information on many Ureases including on active site has been summarized. Similarly available information on the mechanism of Urease action has been summarized and lacunae pointed out. The kinetics of Urease action has been related to its structural features. The various methods of assay of Urease activity have been described and compared. Inhibitors of this enzyme as well as immobilized Urease have been assessed for their applications in clinical medicine.
BIOSYNTHESIS OF GOLD NANOPARTICLES USING PIPER NIGURM AND THEIR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
R. Devika1, S. Elumalai*1 In this work, environmentally benign process of gold nanoparticles (Au-NPs) have developed using Piper nigrum leaf extract has been attempted. The bio reduction of Au+ ions in solution was monitored using UV-visible spectroscopy from zero reading and double distilled water was used as blank. The samples were withdrawn at various time intervals and the absorbance was measured. The gold nanoparticles synthesized using extracts of samples was confirmed by color changes and was characterized by UV-visible spectrophotometer; the UVvisible spectra showed a broad peak located at 535 nm for gold nanoparticles. The Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis shows the surface morphology of Au-NPs. Thus gold nanoparticles has great potential as antimicrobial compound against pathogenic microorganisms.
Parameter Estimation of Type-I and Type-II Hybrid Censored Data from the Log-Logistic Distribution published in

Industrial and Systems Engineering Review (ISER)

Published by Society for Industrial and Systems Engineering
Seunggeun Hyun, Jimin Lee, Robert Yearout In experiments on product lifetime and reliability testing, there are many practical situations in which researchers terminate the experiment and report the results before all items of the experiment fail because of time or cost consideration. The most common and popular censoring schemes are type-I and type-II censoring. In type-I censoring scheme, the termination time is pre-fixed, but the number of observed failures is a random variable. However, if the mean lifetime of experimental units is somewhat larger than the pre-fixed termination time, then far fewer failures would be observed and this is a significant disadvantage on the efficiency of inferential procedures. In type-II censoring scheme, however, the number of observed failures is pre-fixed, but the experiment time is a random variable. In this case, at least pre-specified number of failure are obtained, but the termination time is clearly a disadvantage from the experimenter’s point of view. To overcome some of the drawbacks in those schemes, the hybrid censoring scheme, which is a mixture of the conventional type-I and type-II censoring schemes, has received much attention in recent years. In this paper, we consider the analysis of type-I and type-II hybrid censored data where the lifetimes of items follow two-parameter log-logistic distribution. We present the maximum likelihood estimators of unknown parameters and asymptotic confidence intervals, and a simulation study is conducted to evaluate the proposed methods.
English Engagement Markers: A Comparison of Humanities and Science Journal Articles published in

Language Art

Published by Mohammad Beygi
Rahman Sahragard, Solmaz Yazdanpanahi Engagement markers (hereafter, EMs) are crucial interpersonal devices to interact with readers through texts. However, little is known about the differences of EMs use in Humanities and Science journal research articles (hereafter, RAs), as well as the changes in markers use over the passage of time. The present study provides a quantitative and contrastive analysis based on two corpora consisting of four disciplines of Humanities RAs (Psychology, Sociology, Economics and Law) and four disciplines of science RAs (Mathematics, Geology, Physics and Biology). Sixteen articles from each discipline were selected randomly from a pool of journal RAs. All sections of the articles were scrutinized for the purpose of the study. The obtained results indicate that Humanities RAs make use of more EMs than Science RAs. Also, the findings of this study suggest that directives are used more than other markers both in Humanities and Science RAs. Regarding the use of EMs in the decades of 1990s and 2000s, a significant increase in the use of EMs was observed with the passage of time, both in Humanities and Science RAs.
A VERSATILE HARMONIC CONTROL APPROACH FOR THREE PHASE INVERTER IN GRID CONNECTED PV SYSTEM WITHOUT CRITICAL ISLANDING DETECTION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Swetha Sajeev * A versatile harmonic control approach for three phase inverter in DG for PV cell with MPPT based on P&O Technique that enables both islanded and grid-tied modes of operations with no need for switching between two corresponding controllers/critical islanding detection is implemented using MATLAB/Simulink. The demonstrated versatile harmonic control approach composes of an inner inductor current loop and a simple voltage loop in the SRF. The inverter is regulated as a current source just by the inner inductor current loop in grid-tied operation and the voltage controller is automatically activated to regulate the load voltage upon the occurrence of islanding. An inductor current control loop is essential for obtaining high power quality in grid connection of inverters. It provides three-phase balanced current injection to the grid. Another advantage of using current control is that non linearities, such as inverter switching and external disturbances such as changes in the dc-link voltage Vdc and disturbance of the grid voltage Vg , are dealt within that loop. Thus, the control approach does not need a forced switching between two distinct sets of controllers. Moreover, the waveforms of the grid current in the grid-tied mode and the load voltage in the islanding mode are distorted due to the presence of non linear local loads with the conventional control strategies. This issue is addressed by explaining a versatile harmonic load current feed forward control approach.
SPONTANEOUS PRIMARY INTRA VENTRICULAR HAEMORRHAGE A RARE CASE REPORT published in

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Dr.PothulaRamarao, Dr.PuttaSrilatha, Dr.Chakra Pani, Dr.BharathBhushan Reddy, Dr.Gundrathi VamsiVihari Intra ventricular haemorrhage without intra parenchymal bleed is very rare with poor outcome .It accounts for 3.1 % of all intra cranial haemorrhages .Hypertension is important predisposing factor with high mortality rate 41 80 % Here we are reporting a case of 40 years old male who had spontaneous primary intra ventricular haemorrhage without neurological deficit recovered completely with conservative management.
THE EFFECTS OF URBAN FORM ON ACCESS TO COASTLINE: THE EXAMPLE OF KARSIYAKA AND MAVISEHIR published in

Journal of the International Scientific Researches

Published by Dr. Hayrullah Kahya
Arş. Gör. Duygu AKYOL, Arş. Gör. Abdullah ÇİĞDEM
High Dose Vitamin D, Digoxin, and BiDil Reverse Congestive Heart Failure in a Critically ILL Trauma Patient and a Severely Obese Male Patient published in

Global Journal of Medical and Clinical Case Reports

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
L Ray Matthews*, Yusuf Ahmed, Omar Danner, Carolyn Moore, Carl Lokko, Jonathan Nguyen, Keren Bashan-Gilzenrat, Diane Dennis- Griggs, Nekelisha Prayor, Peter Rhee, Ed Childs, Kenneth Wilson Presently, the prevalence of congestive heart failure in the United States is 6.5 million people. We report two cases of severe congestive heart failure patients with a very poor prognosis, treated successfully with a combination of high dose vitamin D, digoxin, and BiDil (Matthews’ Two Inotrope Protocol). Further studies are needed to fully appreciate the overall healthcare changes associated with this simple drug therapy.
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES: MASTERING SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY FUTURE ENGINEERS THE WAY TO PROFESSIONALISM published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Nina Viktorovna Golubeva The most important task of technical university - training of the competent, highly qualified, competitive specialists owning multiple-purpose scientific methodology - mathematical modeling of systems and processes. This science for future engineers has to become a basic cure of scientific and technical tasks, the instrument of engineering and research of technical systems.
Soft Skills and Teaching Competency of Teachers at the high school level. published in

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R.BalaKrishnan, Dr.G.Raju The problem under the research was Soft skills and Teaching competency of Teachers at the high school level. Teaching is considered to be the noblest of all profession and in terms declared as prophetic profession. The research was conducted to explore the relationship between soft skills and teaching competency of the teachers. Soft skills are Personal skills comprising of personal attributes and inter personal abilities that drive ones potential for sustained growth, enhances an individuals social interactions, job performances and career prospects. The objectives of the study were: (i) To find out the level of soft skills acquired by the high school teachers.(ii) To find out the level of teaching competency among the high school teachers (iii) To find out the relationship between the acquired soft skills and teaching competency among the high school teachers. Quantitative approach was used in the study. Random sample was drawn from 160 teachers from different high schools. Data were collected through questionnaire. The study reveals that soft skills are positively related to teaching competency of teachers at high school level. The research suggests that quality Soft Skills training should be an integral part of all Pre-service and In-service Teacher Education Programme to strengthen and sustain the competency among the teachers in their teaching profession.
Rural Womens Entrepreneurship is Good Business! published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. KalpanaKoneru A majority of the people in most developing and under-developed countries stays in rural areas and earns their livelihoods using local resources and employment opportunities.While agriculture may have been the mainstay in many rural areas in the past, rural industrialization has thrown up exciting opportunities to improve the lives of individuals and communities.This includes industries based on agricultural produce like food processing and micro-level renewable energy development projects in addition to the production of goods.Unfortunately, the pace of industrialization in the rural areas has not been as fast as expected. Planners agree that the rural population has to have effective linkages with the industry for better development and employment opportunities. Another must for rural industries to emerge, sustain themselves and prosper is access to the latest Information and Communication Technology. SMEs accelerate rural industrialization by linking it with the more organized urban sector, multiplying employment opportunities for the local community.
Assessing Rural Common Service Centers in India: A Critical Study of Akshaya CSCs in Kerala published in

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Rahul. K. , Dr. C. Krishnan During the era of globalisation and liberalization, the delivery of public services through Information Communication Technologies has been a focal point of attention. Both the developed and developing countries alike competitively take up ICT mediated governance projects. India is also not an exception. Being a federation, both the Central and State Governments in the Country embark on ambitious e-Governance programmes. The National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) has clearly stated the vision and mission in this regard. In this context, this paper examines the impact and challenges faced by e-Governance programmes, especially rural e-governance projects. The rural e-governance programme called the AKSHAYA CSCs, launched in Kerala is the case in point. We specifically look to what extent it has succeeded in fulfilling its avowed objectives. The stakeholders experience during its roll out is also a matter of scrutiny. The objectives of the project were to ensure rural connectivity through broadband-based internet and intranet access, to provide basic computer literacy, and make local language e-content such as agri-business information and educational CDs available throughout the state. The project also focuses on promoting rural and youth entrepreneurship through ICT. In the last one decade of its functioning, the Akshaya Project has won several awards for its implementation of IT, e-governance, and other facilities in the rural sector, effectively bridging the digital divide. However, we found that the initial big bang of the Akshaya has not been seen of late. A number of Akshaya CSCs have been closed or its ownership has been transferred during its short period of working. In the Malappuram district itself, where this project was piloted, the numbers of e-kendras have been halved during the period. Hence, the point is that a rural e-governance framework with ambitious targets may be a failure in the long run, unless proper corrections are made on time. So, frequent reviews, monitoring and strengthening are the basic sustainability measures necessary for continuing any e-governance programme. Mere anecdotal evidences may not really showcase the ground level realities. Hence, the study concludes that rural e-governance shall be successful only when the stakeholder relationships are strengthened. In the experiment studied, the entrepreneurs, the citizens, business firms and Government are the key stakeholders. Only when these different stakeholders become active partners, the rural e-governance projects like Akshaya can become a propeller of development. Otherwise, these efforts will only end up as ivory tower exercises.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF FERONIA LIMONIA (L.) LEAVES published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Smita Khare*1, Prabhat Khare2, Dr. S K Jain3 The study aimed to access the anti-inflammatory effect of Feronia limonia (FL, leaves of Feronia limonia (L.) Swingle). The leaves of FL were extracted with 95% ethanol and the dried extract (FLE) was administered intragastically (i.g.) at 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg. The antiinflammatory effect was evaluated in two experimental models. Pretreatment with a single dose of FLE produced significant dose dependent anti-inflammatory effects on carrageenan-induced rat hind paw edema. In a 7-day study, daily administration of FLE suppressed cotton pallet-induced rat granuloma formation. In addition, single dose of FLE at 2g/kg body weight produce no observable acute toxicity in mice within seven days. These results demonstrate that FLE possess anti-inflammatory and has no obvious acute toxicity.
Theories of Truth published in

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Aloke Bhunia On characteristic of any proposition we know is that it must be true. If it is not true, we cannot be said to know it. Truth is involved in knowing. A proposition can be true without being known to be true, but it cannot be known to be true without being true. The word true is used in many senses. Philosophers are concerned only with the sense of true in which truth is property of characteristic of proposition. A true proposition describes a state-of-affairs which is actual that is, which actually exists and a false proposition reports a state-of-affairs which does not actually exist. When a sentence is used to report a state-of-affairs, and this state of affairs is actual, then the proposition that the sentence expresses is true. Further, any other sentence that is used to express the same state-of-affairs will also express a true proposition. There are different kinds of truth, and we can discover the truths of different propositions in many different ways, for example, truth as correspondence, truth as coherence, truth as pragmatic etc . According to the correspondence theory of truth a proposition is true if it corresponds with a fact; that is with a state-of-affair. How does a true proposition corresponds to a facts? According to A. C. Ewing, the word Correspondence suggests that when we make a true judgment, we have sort of picture of the real in our minds and that our judgment is true because, this picture is like the reality it represents. According to the pragmatic theory of truth , truth is what Works, and true proposition is one that works. Suppose, I believe that there are living organisms on mars.. If I go to Mars and fined living organisms there, then indeed my belief has turned out to be true (i.e. it works) and it is true because that proposition describes and actual state of affairs. Coherence is a relation among propositions. A group of proposition is coherent means each of them supports the other ones they are mutually supporting. Whatever the relation of a group of propositions may be to each other, the question of truth does not arise until we consider whether any or all of these propositions reports an actual state of-affairs in the world. In this sense coherence is a matter of degree.
CHARACTERIZATION OF GREVILLEA ROBUSTA GUM TO ESTABLISH IT AS A PHARMACEUTICAL EXCIPIENT published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Darekar AB, Kahane JU, Saudagar RB, Gondkar SB, Chavan MJ, Ashawat M The gums are common constituents of plants, being used in pharmaceutical and in other various industries due to their abundance in nature, safety and low cost. The present study was undertaken to isolate gum from the plant of Grevillea robusta, to explore its use as a pharmaceutical excipient. The isolated gum was evaluated for various physico-chemical characterizations. The parameters applied from the present study included solubility, hygroscopicity study, moisture content, ash values, swelling index, hydration capacity, angle of repose, bulk and tapped density, Hausners ratio, compressibility index, pH value, rheological study, microbial co unt and acute toxicity study. The results obtained in the acute toxicity study indicated that Grevillea robusta gum did not produced any visible toxicities or mortality with oral doses up to 2000 mg/kg within 24h of single treatment. Scanning electron micr oscopy (SEM), X-ray powder diffraction (XPRD), Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), and Fourier transmittance infra-red (FTIR), were used to characterize the gum sample which could be used further for the formulation development.
Performance of Self Help Groups in Ludhiana District of Punjab published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. M.L. Gupta, Mr. Munish Kapila The existing studies on self-help group (SHG) bank linkage programs portray them as an effective tool being used for solving a range of socio-economic issues. This paper tries to explore the performance of SHGs in Punjab at the group level. The analysis in this study is based on data collected from 44 SHGs in Ludhiana district of Punjab. The performance of the sample SHGs has been analyzed with the help of 15 indicators. The responses of the group leader of the sample SHGs for every indicator have been quantified by computing mean and standard deviation and assign the rank. In order to test the significant difference in the performance scores of different groups, based on tenure of existence the Kruskal-Wallis Test has been used. The results have shown that indicators such as time taken for loan disbursement, regularity in attendance during meetings, group homogeneity, and utilization of common fund, procedure of decision making and performance of repayment of loan were major contributors to the performance of SHGs and attention is needed for some other important indicators such adequacy of training to members, selfemployment generation through SHGs, frequency of meetings, awareness of rules and regulations, share of productive loan to total loan and increased rate of savings. The study further indicates that there is a significant impact of tenure of SHGs on performance of SHGs. The study suggests the need of more training, increasing frequency of meetings and more use of loan for productive purpose for improving performance of SHGs in Ludhiana district.
The Effect of Fluoride on Beta-Titanium Orthodontic Wire's Surface Texture and Friction Resistance published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

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Abbassy MA1,2, Bakry AS3,4* Objectives: The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of fluoride application on the surface properties and frictional resistance of two types of orthodontic archwires. Materials and Methods: A total of sixty stainless-steel, and beta-titanium orthodontic archwires in-addition to fifty ceramic brackets were examined in-vitro and in-situ. The friction resistance of all wires with ceramic brackets before/after topical fluoride application were examined in-vitro and in-situ. Moreover, surface properties of the tested wires before/after fluoride application and before/after friction test were examined by scanning electron microscope (SEM). Paired t-test and Dunnett t-test were used to compare frictional resistance of the stainless-steel wires to the beta titanium wires as-received, in-vitro and in-situ (p? 0.05). Results: Beta-titanium wires recorded significant high friction resistance when compared to stainless-steel wires. Fluoride application did not significantly affect the friction resistance of the tested wires. SEM observation revealed the roughness of as-received beta-titanium wires and the deterioration of its surface texture after fluoride application in-vitro and in-situ. Conclusion: Beta-titanium wires recorded high friction resistance when compared to stainlesssteel wires under the asreceived, in-vitro and in-situ conditions, moreover, fluoride application did not affect friction resistance of beta-titanium wires while it affected its surface properties.
CARBON SEQUESTRATION RATE, CARBON STORAGE RATE AND BIOMASS ESTIMATION IN MAJOR MULTIPURPOSE AGROFORESTRY TREE SPECIES IN DESTRUCTIVE METHOD. published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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

Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER)

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Abdul Ghaffar Tahir, Asghar Abbas, Dr. Asad Abbas Rizvi, Ghayoor Ahmad Ghazali and Saira Saleem Early childhood education is considered as back bone in any education system traditionally there are two types of early childhood education in the world. These are Montessori and Kindergarten system of education. This study entitled Montessori and Kindergarten System of Education focused on investigating difference between two systems. The objectives of study were to compare the both system in terms of philosophy, objectives, contents, teaching methodology, evaluation system. It was a document analysis. The study concluded that early childhood education is most important part of primary schooling years. Learning and development of child in pre schooling years is faster than the adolescence age. Both systems play the role to promote the pre-school education. Montessori system is more scientific more practical than the kindergarten system of Education. Kindergarten system of Education focuses on inner side training learning and betterment of children. Both systems promote the pre-schools education on activity base learning and help the children to show better performance in learning and development in future education. Keywords: Early childhood education, Montessori System of Education, Kindergarten System of Education
Impact of Textile-Dyeing Industry Effluent on Some Haematological Parameters of Freshwater Fish Oreochromis Mossambicus published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

Published by Technoscience Publications
G. K. Amte and Trupti V. Mhaskar Haematological analysis was carried out in experimental fish Oreochromis mossambicus exposed to various concentrations of textile-dyeing effluents (both untreated and treated). Effluent samples of various concentrations were taken in order to perform acute toxicity studies with the test organism, Oreochromis mossambicus for the period of 96 hours. Hematological data were evaluated for parameters such as Hb, RBCs, WBCs, PCV, MCH and MCHC of the test species. The alterations of these parameters are discussed in the paper.
METHODS OF FORMATION OF EDUCATIONAL METHODS IN THE STUDY OF THE SPELLING IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LESSONS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Lyutsiya Rafailyevna Suleymanova The article examines conditions affecting the development process, and the effectiveness of methods of formation of gaming techniques in teaching, and the development of literacy spelling, available for students form showing the advantages of Russian orthography based on morphological principle.
An Efficient Method K-Means Clustering for Detection of Tumour Volume in Brain MRI Scans published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Ananthagiri Vijaya Saradhi | L. Srinivas Here in this paper we discuss about an efficient method k-means clustering for detection of tumour volume in brain MRI scans. This paper describes an efficient method for automatic brain tumor segmentation for the extraction of tumour tissues from MR images. It combines Perona and Malik anisotropic diffusion model for image enhancement and K means clustering techniques for grouping tissues belonging to a specific group. The developments in the application of information technology have completely changed the world. The obvious reason for the introduction of computer system is: reliability, accuracy, simplicity and ease of use. Besides, the customization and optimization features of a computer system and among the other major driving forces in adopting and subsequently strengthening the computer aided systems. On medical imaging, an image is captured, digitized and processed fordoing segmentation and for extracting important information. Manual segmentation is an alternate method for segmenting an image. This method is not only tedious and time consuming, but also produces inaccurate results. Therefore, there is a strong need to have some efficient computer based system that accurately defines the boundaries of brain tissues along with minimizing the chances of user interaction with the system. Ananthagiri Vijaya Saradhi | L. Srinivas"An Efficient Method K-Means Clustering for Detection of Tumour Volume in Brain MRI Scans" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd13027.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electronics-and-communication-engineering/13027/an-efficient-method-k-means-clustering-for-detection-of-tumour-volume-in-brain-mri-scans/ananthagiri-vijaya-saradhi
Comparative Study on the Characteristics of Midgut Protease in Different Multivoltine Races of Silkworm, Bombyx mori L. published in

Biological Forum-An International Journal

Published by RESEARCH TREND
Y. S. Muniv* and G. P. Bhawane** ABSTRACT : Proteolytic activity from the midgut of the lepidopteran larvae Bombyx mori was studied in relation to compare the characterization in three different multivoltine races, Pure Mysore, Nistari and Kolar gold. The optimum pH for the midgut protease was 11.2 in Pure Mysore and Nistari, while it was 11.0 in Kolar gold. The temperature optimum for Pure Mysore was 50C, while it was 45C for Nistari and Kolar gold. Incubation of the gut protease for 15 minutes was found as a linear time period in Nistari while that of 20 minutes in Pure Mysore and Kolar gold. The 50% reduction in activity at 55C, for 7.3 minutes was found in Nistari, 9.6 minutes for Pure Mysore and 10.7 minutes for Kolar gold. Km values recorded were 0.278%, 0.167% and 0.222% in Pure Mysore, Nistari and Kolar gold respectively. The specific activity of Pure Mysore was 0.611 ?g tyrosine/?g protein/h; Nistari was 0.916?g tyrosine/?g protein/h, while that of Kolar gold was 0.546?g tyrosine/?g protein/h.
MODIFICATION OF CLAYEY SOILS’ PROPERTIES WITH THE ADDITION OF LIME AND FLY ASH published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Antonia Athanasopoulou * Samples of swelling soils from sites in R h odope Peripheral Unit (former prefecture ) were stabilized using lime and fly ash and the alteration of engineering properties such as the plasticity, the relation between moisture and densi ty and the compressive strength has been investigated in the laboratory. It is established that lime is a very good stabilizer, acting beneficially not only on the strength characteristics, but on the optimum moisture and maximum dry density as well. The p ozzolanic properties of the fly ash are mainly responsible for the improvement coming upon the characteristics of the tested soil materials. The role of specimen’s curing time is important, more specifically in the case that lime is used as additive. By in vestigating a large number of soil materials, it is feasible to establish suitability criteria for their use in stabilized subgrade and roadway layers.
SCREENING OF ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITIES OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TEA EXTRACTS published in

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr Girhepunje
Soumen Banerjee and Sovan Bagchi* Aqueous extracts of Camellia sinensis (C. sinensis) leaves show the presence of phytochemicals like alkaloids, glycosides, saponins, aminoacids, sterols, triterpenoids, phenolic compounds and tanins. Theaqueous leaves extracts of Camellia sinensis shows antibacterial efficacy against some pathogenic bacteria. The antibacterial effect of tea against S. aureus proved very effective. Antibiotic sensitivity was done for all bacterial isolates of S. aureus. The present study was conducted to evaluate the role of tea extracts on different microorganisms such as Salmonella typhimurium, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aerogenosa and Escherichia coli. Different commercially available teas have been chosen like Black tea, Darjeeling Tea, Green Tea. The antibacterial activity of these different plant leaves extracts give an idea that which leaves extracts are effective against above mentioned bacteria. After the preliminary screening for antibacterial activity by well diffusion method, the MIC & MBC also determined against above mentioned bacteria. All the tea extracts like Black tea, Darjeeling Tea, Green Tea showed inhibitory actions against all the bacteria under study except E.Coli. Varying degree of inhibitory actions of tea are found against individual bacteria.
A Study on The Performance of Gold ETF in India published in

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DR.P.VIDHYAPRIYA, DR.M.MOHANASUNDARI In India, gold ETFs were launched mainly with objective to increase the liquidity for the better market efficiency. The drawback with gold ETFs is liquidity; some ETFs are illiquid, which impacts their buying and selling flexibility. Hence, investors should consider this as a factor while investing in gold ETFs and should stick to funds that are liquid. Traditionally, Indians love to buy gold and they want to possess it. In fact, they hardly go for ETFs which is just a piece of paper for them. But in India, during the last one year, investment in gold ETFs has risen by Rs. 303 crore. Hence, the study on returns, using sharpe ratio and jenson ratio have been undertaken to identify the growth of gold ETFs in India
Modification of Hunsdiecker Reaction using TBATB as the brominating agent published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Nayan Kamal Bhattacharyya, Poulami Banerjee, Indranirekha Saikia, Biswajit Saha, Subhajit Saha, Utpal Deka ?,?-unsaturated aromatic carboxylic acids react with TBATB as brominating agent, Et3 N as catalyst and DCM as solvent giving ?-bromostyrene in good yield and in relatively less time.(Scheme 1) Scheme 1 RCO2H Br 1.TBATB 2.Et3N(50 mol %)
ŞANLIURFA’DAN LOCULUSLU KAYA MEZARLARI published in

Karadeniz Black Sea International Scientific Journal

Published by Kultur Ajans
Yusuf ALBAYRAK Şanlıurfa İl merkezinde bulunan ve Urfa kalesi olarak bilinen kalenin surlarının bittiği güney batı kısmında bulunan nekropol alanında kaya mezarları yer alır. Bu mezarlar, tek odalı veya iki odalı olmak üzere plan açısından değişiklik göstermektedir. Bu mezarlardan en dikkat çekici olanı ve günümüze korunarak gelmiş olanı Loculuslu kaya mezarıdır. Loculuslu kaya mezarı denilen bu tip mezarlarda ortak özellik kare ya da dikdörtgen biçimli orta mekanın yani mezar odasının bazen üç, bazen de 4 kenarından yanlara, duvarların içine doğru dörtgen kesitli derin hücrelerin (Loculus) açılmış olmasıdır. Kale eteğinde en tepe noktada yer alan bu Loculuslu mezar içerisine çok fazla sayıda ölü gömülmesi nedeniyle oldukça önemlidir.
Challenges and Opportunities for Rural Women Entrepreneurs published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
T. ANITHA Assistant Professor Pioneer Kumaraswamy College, Nagercoil H. SAHAYA LIGIN RAJ III B.Com (CA) Pioneer Kumaraswamy College, Nagercoil ABSTRACT Since women are a significant segment of the Indian population. Due to interest in technical education, women are learning technical courses such as beauty course, tailoring etc., with the help of technical knowledge they go for self-employment i.e. entrepreneurship. This paper expresses the Challenges and opportunities in rural areas, especially for rural women entrepreneur.
Food allergies in patients with down syndrome disorder in Khartoum- Sudan published in

Basic Research Journal of Medicine and Clinical Science

Published by Akpojevwa Justin
Hussam Ibrahim, Safaa A. Medani, Maha I. GadAlla, Yasir Y. Abbas, Abdulla H.Shareef, and Ahmed K. Bolad Background: Down syndrome (DS) is the most frequent trisomy in humans, being universally present across racial, gender or socioeconomic lines, and affecting approximately 1 in 800 live births. Down syndrome usually causes varying degrees of intellectual, physical disability and associated medical issues. The association of Down syndrome and food allergies has been shown in several studies outside Sudan, the evidence from these studies suggested that, (DS) patients suffer from multiple food allergies. Objective: This study was undertaken to look for the association and frequency of food allergy among Sudanese patients with Down syndrome and to study the different types of food antigens among them. Material and method: This was a cross-sectional study done in three rehabilitation centers in Khartoum state from January to February 2011. A total of 100 individuals were recruited, of those thirty-six were (DS) patients who had symptoms of food allergy, thirty-six (DS) patients without symptoms of food allergy and twenty eight healthy individuals as a control group. Blood Immunoglobulin E (IgE) levels were semiquantitatively measured using immunoblotting technique. Results: All Down syndrome patients with symptoms of food allergy showed positive results for IgE antibodies specific for one or more type of food antigen (100%), thirty two (89%) Down syndrome patients without symptoms of food allergy were positive for specific food antigen in one or more types of antigen and only two (7.1%) individuals from the control group were positive for one antigen of food allergy. Conclusion: The association between Down syndrome and food allergies in our study population was very significant; it is therefore of utmost importance to evaluate all (DS) children for food allergies. Key words: Down syndrome, food allergy, immunoglobulin E, Sudanese patients, immunoblotting technique.
Organismic Self-Regulation in Kurt Goldsteins Holistic Approach published in

International Body Psychotherapy Journal

Published by EABP / USABP
Luigi Corsi The author presents a brief intellectual biography of Kurt Goldstein which focuses on the concept of organismic self-regulation the true leitmotiv of his entire theorization, beginning from the Frankfurt (1914-1930) and Berlin (1930-1933) periods, across the long period spent in the U.S. (he was one of the first victims of the Nazi persecutions), and up to his death in New York in September 1965. In particular, emphasis is given to the gradual shifting of his thinking from an unmistakably neurophysiological plane, which in The Organism leads to the formulation of the basic biological law: Equalization toward an adequate average level in an adequate time a law that seemingly takes us back to Walter Cannons homeostatic regulation principle to a more philosophical, existential, and ontological plane, which underlies the concept of self-realization. Abstracts of this article are to be found on the EABP website in the following languages: Albanian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish. http://www.eabp.org/publications-journal.php
Need of low vision aids and proper refraction in children of blind schools in Ahmadabad district. published in

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Dr Gunjan Tank, Dr. Pina Soni AIM : To study children of blind schools and identify those who can be helped by low vision devices and spectacles MATERIAL AND METHODS : Children of six blind schools in Ahmadabad district were evaluated by a team of ophthalmologist, optometrist and low vision aid specialist. All children underwent thorough ocular examination including visual acuity assessment, external ocular examination, retinoscopy and proper refractive work up, fundoscopy and low vision work up. RESULTS : Out of 339 children from all blind schools, 162 were with low vision that are evaluated further. 71 (43.82%) children have preventable blindness. Out of them 94(58%) children were given glasses and 74(45.65%) children were given low vision devices along with glasses. After giving low vision aids and glasses 7 (4.32%) children improved to 6/18 vision in better eye and 18(11.11%) children to 6/60 in better eye. CONCLUSION : More than fifty percent blindness is avoidable. There needs an enhancing strategies to prevent even a single blindness due to preventable or treatable cause. Proper assessment, refractive correction and low vision devices can help them to rehabilitate.
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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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Development of a Web Content Management System in PHP published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vipul Bhardwaj | Mrs. Meenu Garg Content Management Systems are gaining importance with the spread of internet. They have considerably simplified the maintenance of digital content. Unlike other hardcoded approaches for website development, such systems do not require any technical knowledge for web publishing. They support dynamic web pages, centrally managed database systems and efficient organization of information, which makes them a dominant web development tool. This paper establishes the importance of a content management system and outlines the development of such system using technologies such as PHP and MySQL. Vipul Bhardwaj | Mrs. Meenu Garg"Development of a Web Content Management System in PHP" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11360.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/information-technology/11360/development-of-a-web-content-management-system-in-php/vipul-bhardwaj
Successful Treatment of Annular Elastolytic Giant Cell Granuloma with Tranilast and Topical Glucocorticoid under the Strict Restriction of Sun Exposure published in

International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research

Published by Peertechz Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Hidetoshi Takahashi*, Katsuhiko Satoh, Akiyoshi Takagi, Akemi Ishida-Yamamoto, Hajime Iizuka Annular elastolylic giant cell granuloma (AEGCG) is a rare granulomatous skin disease characterized by loss of elastic fibers accompanied with elastophagocytosis by multinucleated giant cells. The clinical appearance shows annular and serpiginous plaques with hypopigmentation or skin atrophy. Ultraviolet irradiation, heat, or other unknown factors are supposed to induce pathogenic alternation [1]. The treatment for AEGCG remains unestablished and various therapeutic modalities including intralesional and systemic glucocorticoids, psoralen plus ultraviolet A irradiation, cryotherapy,retinoids, fumaric acid esters, pimecrolimus and minocycline are applied [2,3]. We report a case of AEGCG successfully treated with oral tranilast and topical glucocorticoid with sunscreens
Comparative Study of Social Maturity Among Non-Sports Women and Sports Women published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Harmandeep Singh Brar, Manoj Singh -
Novel Method of Network Reconfi guration for the Compensated Network published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
M. Damodar Reddy and V.C. Veera Reddy This paper delineates a novel method of network reconfi guration for the compensated network. A two-stage methodology is used to reduce the losses and to improve the voltage profi le of the balanced radial distribution networks. In the fi rst stage, capacitors are placed optimally for the reactive power compensation of the original network. Fuzzy approach is used to fi nd the optimal capacitor locations and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) method is used to fi nd the sizes of capacitors. In the second stage, an improved fuzzy multi-objective algorithm is used for the network reconfi guration of the compensated network. The proposed method is tested on 33-bus and 69-bus test systems and the results are presented.
PARTICIPATION IN TAX E-FILING: CREATING OWNERSHIP SENSE OR REDUCE INDISTINCTNESS IN SYSTEMS DESIGN? published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Saliza Abdul Aziz, Kamil Md Idris The form of tax e-filing technology introduced in Malaysia particularly on corporate taxation is not fully utilized, despite huge amount of budget allocated for this matter. The resistance among tax preparers in Malaysia indirectly had raised questions of (i) what are the determinants toward behavioral acceptance in tax e-filing in Malaysia; and (2) how the factors identified are related to tax e-filing acceptability. Thus, an extension of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) is tested and applied in the relationship that possibly influences the behavioral intention and moderated by user participation. Even though this unified model is accepted and integrated in many studies of various fields, their results revealed some inconsistencies when applied in different areas or situations. In other words, there is no universal UTAUT that can explain all situations of acceptance. As such, the present research is attempting to discover enrichment to the model of acceptability. In addition, this research tries to propose and validate a model that examines the role of user in application developments as introduced in Technology Acceptance Model 3 (TAM3). Hence, the integration of UTAUT and TAM3 is expected to give a new outlook to the existing model. It is expected to reveal the noncompliance behavior towards corporate tax e-filing acceptability among tax agents/preparers in Malaysia.
Cattle Rearing and its Contribution to the Nigerian Economy: An Econometric Analysis published in

Triple A Research Journal of Social Science and Humanity

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Ojiya Emmanuel Ameh*, Ajie Hycenth Amakiri and Mamman Andekujwo Baajon Scholars in their quest to study the fortunes or otherwise of the agricultural sector has dwell so much on crop farming to the neglect of livestock production. By the early 1970s, as the general standard of living improved, the demand for meat in Nigeria exceeded the domestic supply. Thus, 30 to 40 percent of the beef consumed in Nigeria was imported from Niger, Chad, and other neighboring countries. In the mid-1970s, Nigeria began importing frozen beef in response to export restrictions initiated by its neighbors. This study therefore is targeted at empirically examining the impact of cattle rearing and its contribution to the Nigerian economy. Using various econometric tools of analysis, the variables for study were tested for stationarity and all variables became stationary at first difference. In the same vein, evidence reveals that series in the model (GDP, Cattle-Prod and Agric-Exp) exhibit long-run equilibrium relationship judging from the Johansen cointegration result. Major findings from the OLS regression output reveals that cattle rearing have no significant contribution to the Nigerian economy during the period under reference. The study therefore recommends that in view of the importance of cattle rearing to the Nigerian economy, the government should first and foremost bring the age-long clashes between herdsmen and farmers to a peaceful end for improve output in the livestock sub-sector. Ranching – a method of raising livestock under range conditions – has been suggested as the best solution to the incessant Fulani herdsmen / farmers crises. Secondly, the Federal Government must as a matter of urgent importance do all that is within its reach to contain the menace of cattle rustling prevalent in the country. Finally, government should create well-equipped special reserves across the country with irrigation, dams, educational, health and recreational facilities where these herdsmen can be stationed with their cows to avoid the incessant farmers-herdsmen clashes. We must come to terms with the reality that these herdsmen also need decent living and care from government. Keywords: Nigerian Economy, Cattle rearing, Ranching, OLS
Failure Mechanism Revisited Total Knee Arthroplasty published in

Reconstructive Review

Published by Joint Implant Surgery & Research Foundation
Timothy McTighe, Dr. H.S. (hc), Declan Brazil, PhD, Ian Clarke, PhD, Louis Keppler, MD, John Keggi, MD, Robert Kennon, MD Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) has become a well-established treatment modality for surgical correction of knee disorders and pain generated by arthritis and other disorders such as trauma. Today a patient can expect to rely on his new knee to serve him with comfort for a fair number of years if not his entire life. TKA has taken on a predicated level of confidence and certain trends have developed over the years. Success has increased demand and the health care system is challenged to meet current and growing demand for surgery [In fact, the epidemiological studies have predicted that hips will grow only a little whereas knees are projected to have a 6-fold increase - see Kutz AAOS Scientific Exhibit 2006]. Surgical techniques are specializing into specific indications or camps for specialized product features. Uni-compartmental, Bi-compartmental, Total Knee with and without replacement of the patella, along with Patella-femoral replacement are some of the product classifications now available. The near future is now with articular focal defect replacement. New materials and techniques will open this area to increased indications as the sport-medicine surgeon finds his way into this growing surgical market.
Performance of SHG-Bank Linkage Programme in Assam (An Inter-District Analysis) published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Kalyan Das The micro finance programme in the State of Assam has not performed in the same manner as it has performed in other parts of the country. This is mainly because of the lack of awareness and exposure among the various stakeholders. However, the microfinance sector has witnessed visible progress under the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme in the State of Assam since 2000 onwards. The present paper examines the overall growth of the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme in the State of Assam since its inception in the State. Moreover, inter-district comparison of the performance of the SHGs under different parameters like Per-SHG Savings, PerSHG Bank Loan Disbursed and Per-SHG Bank Loan Outstanding has also been done. The finding of the study shows that the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme has grown quite rapidly during 1998-99 to 2010-11 with high degree of inter-district variations.
Cutaneous Horn of the Eyelid: Anatomoclinical Implications published in

Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology

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Claudia Florida Costea*, Gabriela Dimitriu, Anca Sava, Mădălina Chihaia, Cristina Dancă, Andrei Cucu, Nicoleta Dumitrescu and Dana Turliuc The cutaneous horn (cornu cutaneum) is a circumscribed,conical and keratotic lesion, which can hide benign or malignant lesions [1-3]. The clinical diagnosis is established based on its appearance, the lesion being classified as solitary or multiple, straight, curved or twisted, white or yellow [4,5], most often located at the level of the skin on the patient’s face [4,6,7]. While the cause leading to the formation of cutaneous horns [8] is unknown, UV radiations are believed to be the trigger of this condition [9]. Usually, the cutaneous horn occurs in people over the age of 50, in both genders [10-14].
Marker-assisted pyramiding of bacterial blight and gall midge resistance genes in Samba Mahsuri and study of their interactions published in

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Divya D, Bhaskar Naik S, Sundaram R. M, Laha G. S, Bentur J. S Bacterial blight (BB) of rice caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae and gall midge (Orseolia oryzae) are two major constraints in rice production. In order to combine BB and GM resistance genes against two constraints, B277- SM2113 (a NIL of Samba Mahsuri) possessing BB resistance genes xa13 and Xa21 was individually crossed with two GM resistant varieties viz., Kavya possessing Gm1 (conferring HR- type resistance) and Abhaya possessing Gm4 (conferring HR+ type resistance). True F1 s from the individual crosses were again crossed to combine all 4 resistance genes. The resulting IF1 s possessing all the 4 resistance genes in heterozygous condition were selfed to generate IF2 plants. A total of 35 IF2 plants were obtained. All the 35 IF2 plants were vegetatively multiplied through tiller separation technique, genotyped with gene specific markers for all 4 resistance genes and phenotypically evaluated against both BB and gall midge. Out of 35 IF2 plants tested, a single plant showed the presence of two BB and two gall midge resistance genes in homozygous condition. Four plants carrying only BB resistance genes exhibited gall midge resistance in addition to BB resistance, while nine plants carrying only gall midge resistance genes exhibited BB resistance in addition to gall midge resistance indicating pleiotropic effect of the BB/GM resistance genes. Majority of the plants (82%) possessing both gall midge resistance genes i.e., Gm1 and Gm4 showed HR+ type resistance indicating preponderance of HR+ reaction over HR- type reaction.
"ON-AIR SECRETS": TEN YEARS LATER published in

Mediamusic

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Bysko M. V. The article is a scientific review on the training manual On-air secret by Andrey Bubukin, published in 2003. This guide has been written by a man who never had anything to do with radio, but by the will of fate suddenly became at once the program director of Russia's first non-state radio station Europa Plus Moscow, the commercial music radio. Then came to the fore not the questions of art qualities of broadcast, but technical-mathematical details of the automated programming of song material. Therefore, at the end of the Soviet broadcasting, it became possible appearance some people obviously alien to the electronic mass media. They are, however, strongly influenced the further "format" broadcasting in new Russia, so as the principles of songs rotation and playlist making on the radio still cant do without recourse to the Bubukin's textbook. There are serious concerns about the fact that the book is intended not only for program directors, but for the music editors also. Extremely dubious assertions and recommendations related to the problems of arts, journalism, radio-presenter's skill, history of radio.
EVALUATION OF THE LEAVE AND BUD DECOCTIONS PINUS HALEPENSIS MILL EFFECTS ON THE INDUCED-PHENOL RENAL TOXICITY IN WISTAR RATS published in

Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences

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A. Berroukche, S. Amara, S. Halimi, F. Benyamina Pinus halepensis M. (Pinaceae) has done object many indications in traditional medicine. Several studies have demonstrated a protective activity of essential oils extracted from various plant species against renal toxicity induced by chemicals in the animal model. The objective of this study is to assess the anti toxic effects of decocted leaves and buds of Pinus halepensis M. on Wistar rats initially exposed to phenol C6H5OH (180 mg / kg body weight). The results of laboratory analyzes of biochemical parameters revealed that decocted leaves and buds (250 mg / kg body weight) have shown a highly significant antitoxic activity (p < 0,001). The protective effect of decocted leaves and buds were respectively expressed by a decrease in serum concentrations of biochemical markers urea ( 0,32 & 0,28 g / L) and creatinine ( 121 & 13,8 g / l ) and electrolyte Calcium ( 89,8 & 109,5 g / l ) , Potassium ( 7 & 6,6 g / l ) and Sodium ( 130,5 & 129,6 g / l ) .
Bacteriophage Based Pathogen Reduction in Sewage Sludge published in

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology

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P. Dhevagi and S. Anusuya Biological hazard in water resources in the form of pathogenic organisms are responsible for major outbreak in most of the developing countries. The goal which gains momentum is removal of pathogens. Every effort leading to reduction in sewage pollution and pathogenic microbes has to be promoted and implemented. This necessitates to search for novel approaches that does not harm the environment. One such novel approach is exploring the possibilities of bacteriophages for pathogen removal. Sewage sludge samples were collected from different locations of Tamil Nadu and analysed. The pH of the sludge samples varied from 6.26 to 8.23 and alkaline pH was observed in Coovum sample. Highest EC was recorded by Vellore sample (4.62 dSm-1). The total heterotroph population ranged from 11 106 to 24 1014/kg of dewatered sludge. Higher frequency of antibiotic resistant E. coli, Pseudomonas sp., Streptococcus sp. and Bacillus spp. were observed in all the places, which clearly indicated the extent of pollution. E. coli and Salmonella typhi showed resistance to almost all the antibiotics and intermediate resistance to 3 antibiotics. None of the sewage sludge samples had phages against MTCC culture. Phage treatment resulted in 100 % removal of S. typhi from sewage sludge.
Obstetrics and Gynaecology: Intestinal Obstruction Due to Ladds Band in Pregnancy: A Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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DR OMANA E K MBBS, DR. VIDYA S. PRABHU MBBS, DR AJITH S MBBS, DR. J S DIVYA LOUIS MBBS Intestinal obstruction in pregnancy is rare.It carries significant maternal and fetal mortality,often due to delay in diagnosis and treatment. A 30year old G3A2 with history of acute renal failure due to increased vomiting and intra uterine fetal demise at her 21 weeks in previous pregnancy,now presented with vomiting and elevated renal function test at her 23 weeks.USG: dilated stomach and duodenum with increased peristalsis with a live fetus. MRI: midgut malrotation. Laparotomy done. Obstruction was due to Ladds band. Ladds procedure done. At her 38weeks she delivered a male baby vaginally. Ladds bands create an obstruction of the duodenum. Most cases of intestinal obstruction during pregnancy result from pressure of the growing uterus. A surgical operation called a Ladds procedure is performed.The possibility of a congenital band must be included in the differential diagnosis of patients with symptoms and signs of bowel obstruction and no history of abdominal surgery, trauma. A reluctance to operate during pregnancy adds unnecessary delay, which increases morbidity for both mother and fetus. Often vomiting is misdiagnosed as hyperemesis,such misdiagnosis should be avoided as prompt diagnosis and appropriate therapy are crucial.
Study of Uterine Rupture published in

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DR VAIBHAVI R.PATEL,DR HARDIK D. SHAH,DR AMI V. MEHTA To determine the impact of improved obstetric care on the incidence, risk factor, management modalities & fetomaternal outcome of uterine rupture. Material and Methods Retrospective analysis of clinical record of cases of uterine rupture at tertiary care center over a period of 2YRS (JAN2012 DEC2013) Results Analysis showed 10 cases of uterine rupture among 18,900 deliveries, the incidence being [0.05%]. Majority of cases [90%] were unbooked. Important risk factors were previous cesarean section [70%] and multiparity [90%].Rent repair [60%] and subtotal hysterectomy [40%] was done. 20% cases were associated with bladder repair. There was no maternal mortality while 90% cases were associated with neonatal mortality. Conclusion- Reduction in cesarean section rate - awareness about the signs and symptoms of impending rupture, careful monitoring during induction in a scarred uterus and counseling about need for booking and importance of institutional deliveries are important factor for reducing uterine rupture.
Ketofol Anaesthesia for Short Gynaecological and Obstetric Procedures in ASA 1 & 2 Patients published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr Rama Selvam Propofol and ketamine are intravenous anaesthetic agents. They are used for induction of Anaesthesia as their effect lasts for 20 minutes. Ketamine causes sympathetic stimulation where as propofol causes cardiac depression and decrease in PVR. However ketamine provides best analgesia and propofol only causes sleep and rapid recovery. The combination of these two drugs for short gynaecological procedures is the aim of my study and has proved to be effective . Both these drugs together maintain the haemodynamic stability and provided good recover with no adverse effects. The effect of Ketofol in this randomized, double blinded study was done compare the quality of Anaesthesia
Correlation between digital Landsat levels With Uranium content in soil using Support Vector Machines Regression Algorithms published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Luis Hernan Ochoa , Luis Hernan Alvarez Geophysical and Geochemical Field surveying is a hardly and costly activity where remote sensing tools can be a very useful tool to increase coverage and resolution in that kind of studies. Here we present the results obtained using a Support Vector Machine Regression model that relates contents of Uranium measured in laboratory to field soil samples withlocation coordinates and digital Landsat levels at the sample site. Soil samples were taken during a geochemical field survey made by the "InstitutoColombiano de Geologa y Minera - INGEOMINASin the Vichada and Guaina Departments - Colombia in 2006. The maximum correlation factor obtained was 0.67 which is quite low but indicates the presence of an important relation between Uranium content and digital Landsat levels. This research can be considered as an important contribution to the classical geostatistical models because lets to increase model resolution in areas where sampling density is low getting valuable information from inaccessible areas using remote sensing higher spatial variability
Development of a novel water soluble ?-cyclodextrinepichlorohydrin polymer complex to improve aqueous solubility published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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R.Deveswaran*, Harika Puppala S.K, S.Bharath, B.V.Basavaraj, V.Madhavan The purpose of this work is to synthesize and evaluate a novel water-soluble ?-cyclodextrinepichlorohydrin (?-CDEPI) polymer that could be useful as a carrier to improve the aqueous solubility of poorly soluble drug, aceclofenac. The melting point of synthesized ?-CDEPI was 230-2400C. Solubility of aceclofenac in distilled water was enhanced to marked extent using the ?-CDEPI polymer as compared with pure aceclofenac. The FTIR studies confirmed the formation of polymer complex of ?-cyclodextrin with the addition of epichlorohydrin by preserving the basic structural units. This also confirmed the absence of any chemical interaction between the drug and the prepared complex. The drug content of all prepared complexes was found to be in the range between 97-100%. Dissolution studies results revealed that the dissolution rate of complex prepared by kneading process was found to be faster as compared to physical mixture and pure drug. The dissolution rates of complexes were found to be greater than that of the pure drug due to the wetting effect of the cyclodextrin during the dissolution. The results of the formulations were found to be statistically significant. Thus, the synthesized complex was useful in improvement of dissolution rate of poorly water soluble drug aceclofenac, thereby leading to better absorption in gastrointestinal tract.
Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from Oil and Natural Gas Operations in Tanzania published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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Enock Chambile1* and Kwigema Malishee2 Tanzania is among developing countries striving to combat the global warming through encouraging the initiatives on switching to natural gas from fuel oil operations. The study was conducted to assess the dynamic changes on greenhouse gases (GHGs) emission shares to provide data to inform effective climate change mitigation strategies from oil and natural gas operations. The most three influential and long-lived greenhouse gases - carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O) were studied. The assessment was done to all imported oil types and natural gas generated from Songosongo gas project. The developed global warming potential revealed that CO2 emissions contained the largest share of 96% followed by N2O (4%) and CH4 (about 0%). Although there was a decrease in the amount of imported fuel oils and natural gas in 2008, the N2O emissions increased significantly from the base year 2007. However, the national GWP developed from year 1999 had the largest share of CO2 (61%), followed by CH4 (38%) and N2O (1%). Therefore, the study revealed the dynamic changes on Global Warming Potential (GWP) toward increasing shares of CO2 and N2O, especially if the modern natural gas economy will overlay the current agricultural economy.
WARM MIX ASPHALT ORGANIC TECHNOLOGY – A REVIEW published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Prof. C.B. Mishra * , Pranav P andya & Shaaqib Mansuri Globally, the dominant part of highways is paved with Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA), which comprises of aggregates and bitumen combined at higher temp., approximately15 0 - 17 0 °C. The primary worry with the generation of HMA is, it requires substantial measure of energy furthermore releases huge measure of emissions into nature. In this manner, the national procedure particularly in the territories of energy effective innovations, inexhaustible wellspring of energy and advancemen t of maintainable forest management hones the economy in every nation. As from the point of view of asphalt advances, WMA is one of the possible ways of innovating that can be actualized by neighborhood dominant voices in supporting this green innovation by replacing the customary HMA practice. This paper presents a literature review on various WMA organic added substances progressions over the globe and central focuses associated with WMA developments. It moreover gives purposes of enthusiasm of a rate of the attempts completed with WMA advancements over the globe as to enhanced asphalt execution, proficiency and ecological stewardship.
Studies on splash erosion under simulated rainfall published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
VIRENDRA N. BARAI*, GAJANAN U. SATPUTE1 AND ATUL A. ATRE Splash erosion is recognized as the first stage in a soil erosion process. Quantification of splash erosion for various combinations of land slopes and rainfall intensities with the help of rainfall simulation system and modified Morgans splash cup was tried in this study. The clay soil was used to study the splash erosion. The directional splash soil loss rate (kg ha-1), i.e. upslope and down slope were found increasing with increase in rainfall intensity and land slope. The rate of increase in down slope splash was comparatively more than upslope. The highest soil splash i.e. 16369 kg ha-1was observed for combination of 10 per cent land slope and 7.75 cm h-1 rainfall intensity in clay soil. The results obtained showed that maximum average vertical movement of splashed material was 83 cm in clay soil, for the combination of rainfall intensity 7.75 cm h-1and land slope 10 per cent. The maximum average horizontal movement of splashed material was found 100.5 cm for the combination of rainfall intensity 7.75 cm h-1 and land slope 10 per cent. The Splashed soil material was spread near about 100.5 cm in the down slope direction and 69.0 cm in the upslope direction which highlights the need to modify the size of splash cup to study the realistic soil movement during splash erosion.
Automated Biometric-EVM Implemented Using Lab-View published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Hemavathi. R | Roopa A E Election commission still uses manual system during election for vote casting in this modern age of digitalization. In parliamentary elections it is consider introducing Electronic voting machines EVM though Evm is not entirely automated and has many limitations. Integrated database system containing all voters' information and a convenient user interface of an automated biometric voting system had designed, in this work. Automatically casted votes will be counted simultaneously of the voting process and result will be displayed. Using Lab VIEW enables the data base storage and file management process to easy to build and applicable in all other fields compare to other methods. Lab VIEW is mainly for data acquisition, data base storage, extraction of the data from data base and displaying it and also for report generation to store election voting information in files for future purpose. Main advantage of this project is not using internet connection for database extraction and storing purpose. This paper presents 2nd stage of verification by proving Aadhar information of the voter extracted by the use of fingerprints and that going to display on screen. The Aadhar information can be monitored. In future IOT can be implemented to send election report etc. Therefore, voting management of the election commission will be improved by ceasing fraudulent activities, corruptions, ensuring security, transparency, fairness, accuracy, trustworthy and keeping backup trails of voting system can be seen in this paper. Hemavathi. R | Roopa A E "Automated Biometric-EVM Implemented Using Lab-View" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18782.pdf
Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C in multi-center hemodialysis patients in Tehran published in

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Aminianfar Mohammad, Saidialiasghar, Bromand Iman, Afchangi A Introduction: The transmission of hepatitis C virus in dialysis centers in all around the world is increasing. The extent of increasing is fluctuating between 5 percent in Arab countries to 70 percent in some of the underdevelopment countries. The purpose of this study is assigning the amount of the spread of the infection with hepatitis B and C in some hemodialysis centers in Tehran city. method: This study was a cross - sectional study. 103 patients were enrolled and recorded Patients' demographic characteristics. Then were taken blood sample for testing of Hbs antigen, Hbs antibody, HBC antibody, HCV antibody and HCV PCR. And was used statistical software SPSS-ver 18 for assessment and analysis Results: 103 patients including 61 male (59/2%) and 42 female (40/8%) were involved in this study. The average age in the present study was 62, 6. The average time of dialysis was 48,6 month that this average was significantly more among women than men(p=0.018). One patient had positive HCV PCR (1%), two patients had positive HCV AB (1, 9%)., there was insufficient HBS Ab in 28 cases (27, 2%). There was one positive HBS Ag patient (1%) and five patients were positive HBC AB (1%). Conclusion: Due to the high prevalence of hepatitis C virus in hemodialysis patients, it is recommended that Anti HCV test to be taken before admission in dialysis units. And to recommend to the annual check HCV PCR in this patient. It is also recommended that quantity HbsAb be checked twice a year and in the people who HBS Ab response is inadequate Vaccination done through intradermal or a dose 2 times. Check hepatitis B shouldn't be restricted to assigning the level of HBS Ag and checking the HBC AB needs to routinely be done.
EFFECT OF TIME INTERLEAVING PARAMETERS IN MOBILE DVB-T2 SYSTEMS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

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

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N.B. Patkar,R.J. Chavan The present communication deals with the study of ant diversity in undisturbed and disturbed habitats of Great Indian Bustard Wildlife Sanctuary located in Maharashtra state, India. Ants are good indicators of disturbance, because they show quick response to environmental changes. Ants were collected from two different habitats with varying disturbance levels with the help of pitfall traps, scented traps and hand collection methods. From undisturbed and disturbed forest sites total 19 and 16 ant species were collected respectively. Among the subfamilies reported from study area Myrmicinae were dominant with 7 species (35 %), followed by Formicinae with 6 species (30 %), Pseudomyrmecinae with 3 species (15 %), Ponerinae with 2 species (10 %) and lastly Dolichoderinae and Dorylinae with one species (5 %) each. Ant species Anochetus graffei, Meranoplus bicolor and Polyrhachis tibialis were found to be absent from disturbed sites whereas, Leptogenys chinesis were not reported from undisturbed forest site. Shannon-Wiener diversity index value (H) for undisturbed forest site (2.76) was slightly higher than that of disturbed forest site (2.46). Ant abundance and composition were significantly different from undisturbed and disturbed forest sites.
Effect of Hypo Osmotic Stress on Phosphorylase Activity in Tiger Prawn P. Monodon. published in

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P N Pallavi The present study was aimed to know the Phosphorylase activity in Marine prawn P.monodon acclimated to low salinity levels (30, 20, 10, freshwater). The active and total phosphorylase activity levels show trends of increased in gills and decreased in muscle with decreasing salinity of acclimation medium in P. monodon. The active to total phosphorylase ratios show increased from 63.5% to 74.3% in gill and decreased from70.4 % to 60.5 % in muscle in lower salinities. The two tissues appear to utilize glycogen in higher quantities at lower salinities. Similarly carbohydrate, glycogen and hemolymph glucose levels decreased with decreasing salinities.
Affective Temperament and the use of Doping by Amateur and Professional Athletes published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Agnieszka Ka?wa, Michalina Paszkiewicz, Alina Borkowska Managing the toxic e-waste is not just the government or a particular individuals responsibility. Rather it is an integrated community work, where in everybody is aware of potential harm possessed by the e-waste they might just toss away. The electronic waste which is simply tossed into the garbage may be just simply dumped into the land, incinerated or simply burnt with the other waste releasing the toxic effluents which seep into the ground into the land, the water and in the air. With an estimate of 50 million tons of waste disposed of every year [1] the management of this sort of waste may become unmanageable in the coming years if the correct measures are not taken due into considerations. More so the harsh protocols of disposing waste taken up by the locales working in management of this waste like breaking, removal of the yolk and thereby dumping the rest of the cathode ray tubes followed by dumping, incinerating, open burning, de-soldering, acid baths and many such treatment on the e-waste manages to leach poisonous mercury, lead, beryllium, hydrocarbons, brominated dioxins and many such pollutants [2] into the natural resources we all have to consume. This paper briefly submits the main responsibilities of individual producers, the government, a consumer and public in general and how we can all together bring a significant change in the waste management.
Clinical Evaluation and Management of Colorectal Malignancies published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr. Sagar S. Basnale, Dr. M. Siva Rama Krishna Rao To date exact incidence and the patterns of its distribution in India are not available though it is widely known that India is a low risk area. In U.S.A. it is the 2nd most common malignant disease, second only to lung cancer. This study is a clinicopathological survey of patients with carcinoma of the colon and rectum admitted to the surgical services of the Government General Hospital, Gulbarga, Basaveshwar teaching and General Hospital and peripheral cancer center during the period February 1999 to August 2001. A total of 27 patients were included in this study group, of whom were histopathologically confirmed cases afflicted with carcinoma of the colon and rectum. Out of 289 cases of malignant diseases 27 (9.34%) were carcinoma of the colon and rectum. Out of 10842 total surgical admissions, 27 (0.4%) were carcinoma of colon and rectum. It can concluded that the incidence of colorectal carcinomas in this part of the country is extremely low in comparision to Western countries.
Classification of Mr Images of Cervical Cancer Using SVM and ANN published in

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Aabha S. Phatak, Prof. Dr. Ashwini B. Barbadekar Cervical cancer can be considered to be one of the key causes of cancer affecting women worldwide and its rate is rising . Early diagnosis can prove to be really instrumental in decreasing the cervical cancer mortality. Diagnosis using medical image analysis is gaining fast recognition. Thus, an automated diagnostic system using image processing techniques has been proposed in the paper, which may prove to be an aid to the radiologists and play a key role in early detection of cancer . The paper presents segmentation and classification techniques using which the envisioned automated decision support system functions.
Complete Absence of Suprascapular Notch in Dried Human Scapulae in Gujarat Region: A Risk Factor for Suprascapular Nerve Compression published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Dr Ukti Desai The suprascapular notch, a regular feature of superior border of the scapula may be absent in some cases. This can cause suprascapular nerve entrapment neuropathy with clinical symptoms of vague pain on the superolateral aspect of shoulder, weakness of abduction and external rotation of ipsilateral arm and atrophy of supraspinatus & infraspinatus muscles. The purpose of this study was to find incidence of complete absence of suprascapular notch in Gujarat region. 200 (Right-98, Left-102) dried human scapulae were examined for the absence of the suprascapular notch. 16% (32 in 200) scapulae presented with absence of suprascapular notch.(Right-17, Left-15) The regional variations in the incidence of complete absence of suprascapular notch and its involvement in suprascapular nerve entrapment neuropathy should be kept in mind during surgical or arthroscopic shoulder procedures.
Risk of Developing Specific Aids-Defining Illnesses and Opportunistic Infections in Romanian Coinfected Patients with Hiv and Hepatitis B Virus published in

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Gabriela Juganariu, Egidia Miftode Objectives: To assess the influence of HIV/HBV coinfection on the risk of opportunistic infections and AIDSdefining illnesses in HIV-infected patients in Northeastern Romania. Material and Methods: Retrospective study included 466 patients with HIV infection assessed at the Iasi HIV-AIDS Regional Center during 2000-2013 stratified into two groups according to the presence of HBV coinfection. Results: The prevalence of HIV/HBV coinfection was 19.9%. Coinfection was more frequent in the age group 20-29 years (86.5%). HIV infection was predominantly transmitted through parenteral routes (58.5% vs. 61.5%). In the coinfected group, lower CD4 counts (246.20 vs 296.86 cel/mm3) and higher mean HIV RNA levels (142,906 copies/ml) were found. A CD4 count ?200/ml and HIV RNA > 100,000 copies/ml were strong predictors for most opportunistic infections. Conclusions: HIV -HBV coinfected patients in our cohort had a 3.87 times higher risk of developing opportunistic infections and AIDS-defining illnesses. Keywords: coinfection HIV-HBV, opportunistic infections.
Advertising Translation: the Power of Semiotic Systems to Hide Ideology published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Rodr Iacute Guez Arcos, Irene In times of globalization where people, goods and discourses continually flow, the translator has to face the new challenges posed by the media and specifically advertising. In highly ideologically charged advertising campaigns, everything from linguistic elements to colors, clothes, models gazes, attitudes, and much more become signs whose ideological meaning should be translated for other cultures. This paper constitutes an attempt of showing that, apart from interlinguistic translation, intersemiotic translation the one carried out between different systems of signs is not only present in advertising campaigns, but also constitutes a powerful tool of persuasion and ideology transmission. We will attempt to show how through these two translation techniques messages and discourses can be transmitted surreptitiously, as well as analyzing the power and ethical consequences which derivate from these translators decisions.
Paid News in Indian Dimension published in

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Dr. Nagendra, Dr. Jagadish Jr Paid News is a scandalous phenomenon in Indian media, in which mainstream media. Found to be systematically engaged in publishing favorable articles in exchange for payment. Bloomberg claimed that Paid News was rotting India's democracy. The Press Council of India tried to bury its own investigative report on the phenomenon of Paid News. Sponsors of Paid News are part of two major groups: politicians and businessmen, although celebrities also play key roles in these scandals. Sponsors would like to advance their interests and achieve their goals, for example politicians want to promote their ideals. Growing deterioration of the Indian media institution as such the bane of paid news is not only the manifestation of the economic policies pursued as consequent to globalisation have also exposed almost all institutions of parliamentary governance. The Press Council of India (PCI) has described it as an expression of prevailing organised corrupt practices in the media world diagnosing the malady of paid news afflicting the media outlets, a sub-committee. The First Press Commission report referred to how the government manipulates the media outlets through insertion of advertisements. Mrs Shiela Dikshit insisted that her government had every right to propagate its achievements through ads like feature story. She, thus, gave a new meaning to the paid news practice: that the government has a right to give ad-news for election publicity and the rich candidate has a right to dole out money for paid news for publicity. Paid news in fact is only a new form or design and a new name for the policy of doling out advertisement for a specific purpose. And the paid news practice is an extension of that only. During elections in the parliamentary set-up, political parties and their candidates in their individual capacity dole out advertisements and insertion of such propaganda material is the product of the globalised economic environment. The constitutional duties of Parliament Members underwent a change as they were separated from the collective responsibility of framing policy and programmes with the advent of globalization.
E-BUSINESS USAGE AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL E-VALUE MODEL. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Dr. Intan Salwani Mohamed, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia Professor Dr. Norzaidi Mohd Daud, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia Professor Dr. Govindan Marthandanc, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Gandhian Model for Rural Development: Relevance after Economic Reform published in

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Dr. Poonam Singh This article is an attempt to characterize the rural development approach evolved in Gandhian Philosophy and explained its significance in this globalised era. The series of ideas stemming from Gandhi have provided the theoretical ground for hundreds of thousands of grass root development activities all over the world. There is a lot of argument regarding the applicability of the Gandhian thought in village development across the world. The study concluded that the Gandhian model would be much reliable to reduce the gap between the well-offs and havenots, instead of replicating the Western models of economic development. Gandhijis ideas are more relevant today than ever before, specially his philosophy of self-reliance and decentralization.
WAYS TO CONTROL THE DISTRIBUTION OF DEFORMATION IN THE WORKPIECE-TOP SHOES IN FORMING published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Fedor Ivanovich Kim In the article the methods of purposeful management of the distribution pattern of deformations in the workpiece milestone footwear along around the contours of the forming surface pads (punch) at molding.
Deactivation of Palacos R Bone Cement with the Addition of Rifampin Antibiotic Powder An In-Vivo Experience -Case Report published in

Reconstructive Review

Published by Joint Implant Surgery & Research Foundation
Edward McPherson, MD FACS Use of antimicrobial impregnated polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) bone cement in the treatment of orthopaedic infections is widely accepted.1 Antibiotic powder is routinely added to PMMA, and formed into beads or spacers when treating infected bone or periprosthetic infections. Antibiotics placed into the PMMA elute via a water diffusion process.2 This results in high local doses of the antimicrobial agent with reduced systemic toxicity.3 Two stage reimplantation protocols utilizing antibiotic loaded PMMA cement generally provide the highest rates of successful treatment.4,5 With the increasing number of resistant organisms, success of this treatment protocol requires antimicrobial therapy targeted at the specific organism found. There exists a great deal of data on the use of certain antimicrobial agents in PMMA cement.1,6,7 However, there are few published reports of the addition of rifampin. This is the first clinical report on the failure of Palacos R cement (Heraeus Kulzer GmbH, Wehrheim, Germany) to set when rifampin is added.
DEVELOP BALANCED SCORECARD FROM KPI IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES (CASE STUDY: STATED-OWNED ENTERPRISE) published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Anindhyaguna Adhiprasangga, Anindya Prawita Sari, Talkah Widya Putra, Prof. Dermawan Wibisono Construction has become the large industry in this global era. Lack of performance management system is the biggest problem that caused unstable performance to this industry. Demand from this industry requires a stable performance and management measurement to reach their vision and mission. There are so many performance measurement tools implemented in the construction industry such as performance prism, malcolm baldrige, six sigma, Balanced Scorecard, etc. The authors implemented Balanced Scorecard as a performance measurement tools to analyze strategy for the construction companies. Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is one of the tools to measure the performance of a company. BSC has four perspectives which consist of financial perspective, customer perspective, internal process perspective, and learning and growth perspective. This paper discusses the BSC analysis from existing company’s Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which has been known from the annual report of a construction company. Companies that were analyzed is a construction company in Indonesia which is one of the state-owned enterprises. There are limitations to the data which is secondary data from annual report and analysis of BSC based on vision, mission, and existing KPIs from the company. The results of the analysis of the BSC is a strategy in terms of financial, customer, internal process, and learning and growth Keywords: Construction Company, Balanced Scorecard, Key Performance Indicators
Organizational Role Stress In Cs published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

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Sunder Arumugam, K.Selvarajan Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis. It is a culture that promotes a responsible external social behaviour as well as their internal responsibility towards their workforce. Their major role is to satisfy the management on one side and the community on the other side and family on an all together another side. People involved in CSR are left between the deep sea and the devil. Anything which is pertaining to human beings is always very tough to deal with and CSR revolves only around community people making things very stressful. Work related stress refers to those risks that have potential for harming psychosocial or physical harms. Health itself is seen as a primary business and hence people tend to forget that the health of the employees often strongly influence business. Given this attitude and the lack of concern to overcome the work related stress (Stress Management) among the employees take them to a difficult situation and find it very hard to come back. Values and ethical dilemmas related to work and psycho social issues can easily be integrated into CSR approaches. And this cannot be achieved by individual and collective learning process. Therefore, the authors have made an attempt to highlight the present scenario of Role Stress in CSR.
THERAPEUTIC PROSPECTIVE OF WHEATGRASS JUICE (TRITICUM AESTIVUM) ON CERVICAL CANCER published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Pragati Singh*, B. R.Shrivastav, Archana Shrivastav, Nishant Sharma Worldwide, cervical cancer is one of the Second most common cancers in women. Free radicals, reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) also play an important role in the initiation and progression of multistep carcinogens is by DNA damage which is mostly caused by oxidative stress. Oxidative stress assayed by analysis of malondialdehyde (MDA), superoxide anion and H 2O2, and antioxidant enzymes. Chemotherapy is one of the promising treatment for cervical cancer before or after surgery. Chemotherapy has many side effects which are life threatening. Wheatgrass juice to help offset chemotherapy side effects and may inhibit cancer by reducing oxidative stress. Nutritive supplements of wheatgrass juice maintains the blood LPO level and a positive balance of antioxidants for a better outcome in terms of delayed recurrence and better Quality of Life for cervical cancer patients.
EFFECT OF SUPERHEAT ON RIM THICKNESS IN RIMMING STEEL INGOTS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Kumar Abhishek, Ravvala Rimming steel consists of Carbon approximately 0.08 - 0.09% and Manganese 0.40 - 0.50%. This grade contains high oxygen (ppm) level in the bath around 1000 - 1200 and 225 - 275 in ladle after tapping. Rimming grade steel is casted only through ingot teeming route. Rim thickness and Rimming duration are the main physical quality parameters of a rimming steel ingot. Of all the parameters, the casting temperature of steel plays a very important role in determining the quality of rimming steel. Superheat is the temper ature by which the ladle temperature exceeds the liquidus temperature of steel. The magnitude of superheat affects the rate of solidification of steel in mould, as a result of which, the rimming intensity gets affected, which in turn, affects the rim thic kness. Therefore, the study of superheat - rimming intensity correlation is important in controlling the quality of rimming steel.
Precariedade e reviso da licena ambiental published in

Revista Brasileira de Gest?o Ambiental e Sustentabilidade

Published by Ecogest?o Brasil
Helena Telino Neves Environmental licence: precarity and review. The Environmental Licence is a Public Administration's instrument of control over the polluting activities or those that use natural resources. The environmental protection policy must follow the development of the activity, given the unpredictability of environmental risk and its potential negative consequences. The purpose of this paper is to assess conditions in which the Public Administration could review the Environmental Licence before the expiration date. In case of unforeseen circumstances harmful to the environment, the Public Administration should revise the Environmental Licence. In this case, it isn't a Public Administration's convenience, but a duty to change the conditions previously planned. The possibility of review should be made conditional to the demonstration of some factors by the Public Administration, including the inconvenience of the original terms of the Environmental Licence, aiming to protect the holders of the arbitrary acts of the Administration. Publicity and transparency in the review are fundamental to guarantee best environmental management practices and policies to be developed, taking into account the principle of sustainable development, the Best Available Techniques and social inclusion in a Risk Society.
COST EFFECTIVENESS OF PRE-HARVEST TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR ADAPTABILITY AMONG SMALLHOLDER VEGETABLE FARMERS IN SRI LANKA. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
S. Thrikawala, The Open University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka H.L.D. Weerahewa, The Open University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka
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

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
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.
NUMBER OF ZEROS OF A POLYNOMIAL IN A REGION published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
M.H. Gulzar*1, Ajaz Wani2 & Imtiaz Hussain The aim of this paper is to correct the bounds for the zeros of certain polynomials recently proved by K.A.Kareem and A.A.Mogbademu
NOVEL APPROACH FOR SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF SOLID DOSAGE FORMS OF TINIDAZOLE USING SOLIDS (EUTECTIC LIQUID OF PHENOL AND NIACINAMIDE) AS SOLUBILIZING AGENT (MIXED SOLVENCY CONCEPT) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Deepak Kumar Jain, Vijay Kumar Patel, Shalini Bajaj, Nilesh Jain and R K Maheshwari The pollution and toxicity caused by most of the organic solvents is a big challenge. The researchers are doing much work to give ecofriendly solutions for this challenge. Maheshwari has given a nice concept, known as mixed-solvency concept. By application of this concept, innumerable solvent systems can be developed. Maheshwari is of the opinion that each substance possesses solubilizing power. He has given several eco-friendly methods in the area of drug estimations and formulations precluding the use of toxic organic solvents. The present research work also provides an eco-friendly method to estimate spectrophotometrically, the tinidazole drug in tablet formulations without the help of organic solvent (Some pharmacopoeias describe the spectrophotometric analytical techniques for assay of tinidazole tablets utilizing methanol, a toxic organic solvent). The present investigation is an attempt to show that solids can also be wisely used to act as solvent precluding the use of organic solvents. The main objective of the present study is to demonstrate the solvent action of solid. In the present study, a eutectic liquid (PNM 2510) obtained by triturating phenol crystals and niacinamide in 25:10 ratio on weight basis was employed to extract (dissolve) tinidazole drug from fine powder of tablets. Dilution was made with distilled water to carry out spectrophotometric estimation at 318 nm without the help of organic solvent. The solubility of tinidazole in distilled water at room temperature was found to be 5.38 mg/ml. The solubility of tinidazole in PNM 2510 was more than 400 mg per ml (of PNM 2510). Proposed spectrophotometric analytical method is novel, economic, eco-friendly, rapid, free from toxicity of organic solvent, accurate and reproducible. Recovery studies and statistical data proved the accuracy, reproducibility and precision of the proposed method. The presence of tablet excipients, phenol and niacinamide did not interfere in the spectrophotometric estimation at 318 nm. Phenol and niacinamide do not interfere above 300 nm.
Communication skills of rural adolescent girls of Jorhat district of Assam published in

Asian Journal of Home Science

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
JURI BARUAH, BINAPANI DEKA, KRISHNA BARUAHAND PANKAJ DEKA Communication is a two-way process. It is the meaningful exchange of information between two or a group of living creatures. The use of effective communication skills is an important social competency. An adolescents level of maturity is closely related to levels of communication. Well-developed communication skills are essential skills for academic pursuits and for future life. Communication stands so deeply rooted in human behaviours and the structures of society. Communication skill is very much essential for village girls, because they are deprived part of population. One study was carried out on one hundred and fifty (150) girls within the age group of 10- 18 years from five (5) villages of Jorhat district of Assam. Villages were selected randomly from all the Developmental Blocks of Jorhat district of Assam. After collection of information, intervention programmes were arranged for these girls. Intervention programme included trainings in different areas, stories, lectures accompanied by charts, posters and other teaching aids were used for intervention. Slide shows were also arranged to impart information on different topics to improve their knowledge as well as communication skills. Their knowledge was assessed both before and after intervention. Significance difference was found between knowledge at pre and post-test in all the aspects.
Cellulase Sources in the Eudrilid Earthworm, Eudrilus Eugeniae published in

Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences

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

Journal of Environmental Nanotechnology

Published by Institute for Environmental Nanotechnology
P. Khalid 1, M.A. Hussain 2, P.D. Rekha 3, V.B. Suman 4, A.B. Arun 5*. Multi Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWNTs) were procured from Nanoshel, USA. Covalent functionalization was accomplished with three types of oxidants: (1) 70% Nitric acid under reflux (2) Sulfuric acid and Nitric acid (v/ v = 3/1) under sonication (3) 20% Sulfuric acid and Nitric acid (v/v = 3/1) by heating. The non covalent functionalization was accomplished via di-imide activated amidation using N-(3-Dimethylaminopropyl)-N2 -ethylcarbodiimide hydrochloride (EDAC) and Bovine Serum Albumin (BSA).The covalent functionlized carbon nanotubes in combination with Non Covalent functionalized Carbon Nanotubes were readily dispersed in water, DMF and cell culture media to investigate their toxicity. Characterization of functionalized and dispersed Nanotubes were carried out by using FTIR, FESEM,and UV-vis spectroscopy.
Solid Waste Management A Case Study of Kurukshetra District published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Sunil Kumari, Preeti Devi Solid waste management has emerged as one of the greatest challenges facing environmental protection agencies in developing countries. Solid waste management is a worldwide phenomenon. Improper management of solid waste (SW) causes hazards to inhabitants. Therefore the present study was taken to find out the problems of solid waste in Kurukshetra district. This study tries to show the household behavior of Kurukshetra residents towards solid waste management. The current study focuses on the households attitudes, perception and knowledge of solid waste management in Kurukshetra district (Haryana). The present study introduces the concept of solid waste management. For this study, primary data was collected using structured questionnaires. A survey was administered to 100 households selected randomly from Kurukshetra district. To attain the objective of the study, use of statistical techniques such as means and standard deviation. The results indicate that, although the public is aware of solid waste management concept, yet the desire results are to be achieved. The results also indicate that participation in solid waste depends on the awareness level, household income, educational level and gender.
Man - Elephant Conflict a Study in Goalpara District of Assam published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Daisy Rani Talukdar, Barsha Kalita Human being has been adjusting him with the environment as well as destroying it while procuring food and attaining their shelter and other needs from their advent. Thus man started exploiting the nature to their maximum which ultimately resulted into a frequent conflict between man and the nature. Such a kind of man-nature conflict is not exception for the people of Goalpara district in Assam also. This region has been prone to man-elephant conflict. The present study has been conducted in order to assess and highlight the problems of man-elephant conflict particularly in the foothill region of the district. The study reveals that the natural habitat of elephants in the district is gradually decreasing due to massive deforestation and other anthropogenic activities like construction of roads, railways, extended human habitation etc. within the forest area. This has resulted in an increase in the number of victim as well as loss of property which has been limitless leaving the attacked villages completely paralysed.
Impact of Organised Retailing on Unorganised Small Traders in Salem District, Tamilnadu-an Empirical Study. published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Mr. C. Chinnaraja, Dr. M. Sivasubramanian Organised retail is to continue the growth in Tier I and Tier II cities. This change is due to increase in consumer Most of the organised retailing has started in India after 1991, liberalization. Indian organised income, lifestyle, awareness and few other reasons. Our study is to find out the impact of organised formats entry into the well established unorganised market in Salem district, Tamilnadu. This study involves a detailed analysis of a survey conducted by us in Salem district unorganised market. The findings reveal a significant change in the buying habits of consumers after the entry of organised stores. This paper not only highlights the organised retailings impact but also the consumers pattern of shift towards it from unorganised stores in the survey area.
OPTIMIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS OF COMMUTATOR FUSING PROCESS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anantharaman Sriraman and K. Dharani Devi Poor quality of commutator fusing process often causes quality issues like Resistance variation, Heat discoloration and Wire pressing enamel melting in armature. The quality measure of commutator fusing joint is estimated from variation in the resistance. Furthermore, four important process parameter, welding current (WC), spring load (SL) and cool er temperature (T) are considered as the factors influencing the quality of the joints. In order to develop an accurate relationship between the process inputs (4 - component) and the response output (resistance variation), a linear regression model is deve1oped. ANOVA analysis is done by optimization software (MINITAB) to identify the significance of individual functional parameters and the developed model can be ef fectively used to predict the factors which affect the Quality.
PHARMACOGNOSTICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEW ON AYURVEDIC PLANT ANKOLAH-[Alangium salvifolium (Linn. F) Wang. (Alangiaceae)] published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC

Published by Mohammad Zainuddin
Arun Kumar Sangaiah, Minghao Han, Suzi Zhang? This paper is focus on design and implementation of the National City traffic advisory procedures. The main aim of this paper provides the optimal decision and transport advisory procedure to the passengers. In this paper we are trying to investigate Dijkstra algorithm and Floyd algorithm implemented in Microsoft Visual Studio in order to establish the storage structure of transportation network and find the shortest path between two cities. We have formulated the optimal decision rules to analyze the time and cost parameters among various cities in china. We have used Dijkstra and Floyd algorithm in order to compare the performance and provide optimal solution to the passengers.
Experimental Study on Behaviour of Plate Anchors in Cohesionless Soil published in

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Suganya A, Dr. P. D. Arumairaj Soil anchors are commonly adopted as foundation system for structures that require uplift or lateral resistance. For different civil engineering structures like retaining wall, transmission towers etc. anchors are extensively used. Different types of anchors are being employed in the field depending on the magnitude and type of loading, type of structure, importance of the structure and subsoil condition. Horizontal plate anchors are widely used in civil engineering constructions to resist vertical pulling loads. In this paper the uplift behavior of plate anchors with and without geogrid reinforcement has been investigated with the help of laboratory model tests. From the test results it is observed that the geogrid reinforcement system enhances the uplift response substantially in loose, medium and dense sand conditions.
Novel control strategy of three phase grid tied inverters for power quality improvement published in

The journal of CPRI

Published by Central Power Research Institute
Chandrasekhar B, Sanjay Lakshminarayanan, and Sudhakara Reddy S Renewable energy sources (RES) are being increasingly connected in distribution systems utilizing power electronic converters. This paper presents an advanced control strategy for achieving maximum power quality benefits from the grid interfacing inverters when installed in 3-phase distribution systems. The grid tie inverter can be utilized as i) Power converter to inject power generated from RES to the grid and ii) shunt active power filters to compensate current imbalance, load current harmonics, reactive power demand and load neutral current. All of these functions may be accomplished either individually or simultaneously. This control concept is clearly explained with MATLAB/SIMULINK simulation results and THD is less than 5%.
A REVIEW ON MICROBIAL KERATITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
V. Nithya* and Anusha Bhaskar keratitis, inflammation of the cornea, the transparent domelike portion of the eyeball in front of the iris and pupil. There are several varieties of keratitis, which can be caused by either infectious or non-infectious processes. It is caused by bacteria, fungi and virus. Effective diagnosis is important in detecting this condition and subsequent treatment as keratitis is sometimes mistaken for an allergic conjunctivitis. Treatment depends on the cause of the keratitis. Infectious keratitis can progress rapidly, and generally requires urgent antibacterial, antifungal, or antiviral therapy to eliminate the pathogen. Treatment is usually carried out by an ophthalmologist and can involve prescription eye medications, systemic medication, or even intravenous therapy. It is inadvisable to use over-the-counter eye drops as they are typically not helpful in treating infections, also using them could delay correct treatment, increasing the likelihood of sight threatening complications. Some infections may scar the cornea to limit vision. Others may result in perforation of the cornea or even loss of the eye. With proper medical attention, infections can usually be successfully treated without long-term visual loss.
THE FEELING OF GUILT IN PARENTS WHO HAVE CHILDREN WITH PSYCHOPHYSIOLOCAL DISABILITIES published in

FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED RESEARCHES IN PRACTICE OF LEADING SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS

Published by Publishing Group: Accent graphics communications; CYS MIEH; Dr. Lunov Vitalii
Tsarkova O.V. The problem of origination of the feeling of guilt in parents whose children have mental-physical disorders has been reviewed in the article. Themainfocusof the article isrelatedto the peculiarities of mental diagnostic and correctional work with parents. Also, the problem of influence of parental emotions and inner feelings on the state and successfulness of the process of rehabilitation of a child is examined. This article highlights the deep aspect of origination of the feeling of guilt in parents towards children.
From Buyer-driven to Consumer-driven? – The Case Studies of Japanese Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Internationalization published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Fusanori Iwasaki, Yasushi Ueki This paper aims at understanding the current situation and characteristics of the Japanese Small and Medium Sized Enterprise internationalization of its production bases in China and Association of Southeast Asia Nations (ASEAN) through the in-depth case studies of Japanese apparel and accessory industries. These SMEs really focuses on not only their production side, but their sales side elements to be profitable of its business, we can say “Consumer-driven.” This paper also aims at describing the dynamics of the SMEs’ business optimization by forming supply chains, by introducing two cases about the Japanese apparel and accessory industries.
Acute Toxicity of Silver Nanoparticles in Roach (Rutilus rutilus) and Goldfish (Carassius auratus) published in

Journal of Environmental Treatment Techniques

Published by Dorma Journals
Ahmad Mohamadi Yalsuyi, Mohammad Forouhar Vajargah Aquatic Ecosystem pollution, due to the diversity in users of aquatic environment has become to one of the serious challenges biotic community. Study of fish in aquatic ecosystems can be to lead better understand and more comprehensive ecological analysis about aquatic ecosystem. Heavy metals such as silver are one of these pollutants. They can accumulate in living tissue and lead to poisoning. Also, these compounds have the ability to pass along the food chain. For this purpose 147 were in a range of different concentrations of silver nanoparticles (0, 0.2, 1, 2, 6, 10 and 15 ml/L). The mortality of treatments was calculated at intervals of 24, 48, 72, 96 hours. The result of present study showed, between toxicity of silver nanoparticles for Roach (6.590 ml/l) compared with Goldfish (11.2 ml/l), there was significant difference (p<0.05). Also the results showed that silver nanoparticles are highly toxic for fish species.
As relaes interorganizacionais na rede justa trama como um fator de sucesso na produo e comercializao dos produtos do algodo ecolgico published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Marilia Bonzanini Bossle & Lus Felipe Machado do Nascimento O comrcio justo visa estabelecer uma relao comercial e de cooperao entre os elos de uma cadeia produtiva, estimulando a produo sustentvel e promovendo ganhos proporcionais entre os envolvidos. Estudos anteriores analisaram outros aspectos do processo de produo do algodo agroecolgico. Este trabalho teve por objetivo analisar a comercializao dos produtos da Justa Trama, bem como as relaes entre os elos finais desta cadeia de produo. Para tanto, foi realizado um estudo de caso, com visitas sede da Justa Trama, em Porto Alegre, e entrevista com a sua presidente. A entrevista seguiu um roteiro com perguntas abertas que abordaram aspectos relacionados comercializao dos produtos da cadeia e sobre como se d a relao entre produtores, comerciantes e consumidores. O estudo permitiu identificar que as trocas realizadas na cadeia vo alm das transaes de mercado. A aprendizagem, disseminao do conhecimento e transparncia nas relaes apareceram como fortes caractersticas das organizaes. A Justa Trama exerce um papel muito importante na comunidade onde est inserida. Com relao comercializao dos produtos a maior parte das vendas so feitas em lojas alternativas ou feiras temticas. Destaca-se o papel dos consumidores para o crescimento do comrcio justo e da Justa Trama. Palavras-chave: Comrcio justo; Cadeia do algodo agroecolgico; Relaes interorganizacionais; Orgnicos; Desenvolvimento sustentvel.
SIGNIFICANCE OF FOREST IN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE published in

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

Published by VEDA PUBLICATIONS
Dr.Jeyashree G. Iyer Literature records the socio cultural political environment of the contemporary period and forests play a very significant role accentuating the fact that humans are the products of nature. Nature is omnipotent. Literature across the globe reflects the nature’s major role in human life. Human’s sentiment towards nature is universal. Forests are the treasure trove of natural resources. Writers’ love and respect for nature is revealed through the literary works they produce highlighting the fact that human life is barren without nature. The scholars could note the fact that both in English and Indian literature the role of forests are notable. The significance of forest is lucidly revealed in major genres of literature like Plays, novels, poems and there always lies a tacit relation between the writers and the forests. Select works are pecked from literature as source material to demonstrate the importance of forest in Children Literature. Children are the pillars of future and good values should be imbued to make them better humans and understanding and respecting nature and natural resources is one of the ethics the children have to learn. The paper pegs select stories from children literature to illuminate the significant role of forest.
Study of social issues in the editorials of womens magazines published in

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Priya Arun Gaikwad The purpose of this research is to determine whether womens magazines cover social issues in the editorials or not. The paper helps in finding out the issues that are preferred and discussed more by the editors in their columns. In addition to this, the paper also studies which issues gets most importance in the womens magazines. Three magazines have been studied for this research i.e. Femina, Cosmopolitan and Marie Clarie. The method used is content analysis; detailed study of the data has been done for one whole year. The results suggest that Lifestyle issues are more discussed and covered in editorials as well as in rest of the magazine, whereas social issues are not given much importance.
Governing the Uncertainty - Integrating the Transaction Governance Perspective and the Knowledge Governance Perspective published in

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

Published by Lingnan University
Ying-Hua Teng, Ching-Ping Tzung Researchers have not reached a consistent conclusion on the relationship between uncertainty and the level of buyer-supplier integration. Drawing perspectives of transaction governance and knowledge governance, this study discusses (1) how will uncertainty arising from transaction environment, task environment, and innovation and development affect the level of integration between buyers and suppliers and (2) does there exist interactive effects between different types of uncertainty on the level of integration between buyers and suppliers. Data from a field study of 126 converter-supplier relationships in Taiwan textile industry supports the research model. Taking into account the perspectives of transaction governance and knowledge governance simultaneously gives us a more comprehensive picture about how different types of uncertainty affect converters ’choices of the levels of quasi-integration with their suppliers in a different way.
Silver Nanoparticles in Dental Cure: Scenario and Confronts published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Chandani Desai | Siddharth Desai Nanosilver and other forms of silver are widely used nowadays for their antibacterial activity. The different forms of silver, including silver salts, silver oxides and silver materials appearing as silver wires, silver nanopartilces (AgNP) and others, which are used in consumer and medical products, may have different physic-chemical properties such as distinct solubility and surface-to-volume ratio, which all may affect their fate and biological activity. AgNPs display different applications in the field of dentistry owing to their antimicrobial effect. Various evidences has been found for several advantages of using natural or synthetic organic nanostructures in a wide variety of dental fields, from implantology, endodontics and periodontics, to regenerative dentistry and wound healing. This review aims to discuss the current progress in this field, highlighting aspects regarding silver nanoparticles incorporation such as antimicrobial potential, mechanical properties and long-term effectiveness. Chandani Desai | Siddharth Desai"Silver Nanoparticles in Dental Cure: Scenario and Confronts" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd8319.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/8319/silver-nanoparticles-in-dental-cure-scenario-and-confronts/chandani-desai
Response of Bt cotton hybrids on planting density and fertility levels on growth and yield published in

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
O. KUMARA*, T. BASAVARAJ NAIKAND B.M.ANANDAKUMAR The field experiments were conducted at Zonal Agricultural Research Station, Babbur farm, Hiriyur, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore during Kharif 2008 and 2009 under irrigated conditions. The site is located in the central dry zone (zone-4) of Karnataka, India. Treatments of the present investigation included three levels of fertility (150, 100 and 75 per cent of Rec.NP2O5K2O kg/ha) and four levels of spacing (120x120cm, 120x90cm, 90x60cm and 60x45cm) with two Bt cotton hybrid viz., Rasi-530Bt (HxH) and MRC-6918 Bt (H x B). Yield loss of cotton was estimated based on linear and quadratic equations. The equation was fitted using leaf area with number of boll dropped at different stages of crop growth. Adoption of cotton Rasi-530 Bt hybrid (H x H) was found significantly superior in respect of higher seed cotton yield (2731.3kg/ha) as compared to MRC-6918 Bt (H x H) (2641.2 kg/ha). Similarly, predicated seed yield based on linear and quadratic equation, lower the seed yield of MRC-6918 Bt by 302.5 kg /ha. Adoption of optimum spacing of 90x60 cm (18158.5 plants /ha) recorded significantly higher seed cotton yield (2803.3 kg/ha) followed by other spacing and higher dense population (24691.3 plants /ha) has obtained lower seed cotton yield (2602.7kg/ha ) and predicated yield loss was marginally lesser in recommended optimum spacing 90x90cm (224.7 kg/ha)i.e. 90x60cm. Predicated seed cotton yield in 100 per cent recommended dose of fertilizer was found less yield loss (842.7 kg/ha) over 75 per cent recommended dose of fertilizer (1262.0 kg/ha) as compared to 150 recommended dose of fertilizer
Students Attitude Toward Learning Chemistry published in

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

Published by Deanship of Scientific Research, Al-Quds Open University
Samir Najdi إن طبيعة اتجاهات الطلبة نحو تعلم الكيمياء معقدة، وأن تطوير اتجاهات إيجابية نحو تعلم الكيمياء على وجه الخصوص من الأهداف الرئيسية لتعليم وتعلم العلوم. في هذه الدراسة تتبعنا العوامل التي تؤثر ايجابيا على اتجاهات عينة قوامها (103) طالبا (ذكر وانثى) من طلبة الصف العاشر في خمس مدارس من مدارس القدس الخاصة نحو تعلم الكيمياء. ارتكازا على الادب التربوي في هذا الموضوع، تم تطوير استبانة اتجاهات نحو تعلم الكيمياء ، وبعد التأكد من صدق وثبات اداة القياس جمعت البيانات اللازمة، وحللت باستخراج الاوساط الحسابية والانحراف المعياري والنسب. اظهرت النتائج ان اتجاهات الطلبة نحو دراسة الكيمياء كانت سلبية ، وان من اسباب هذه الاتجاهات؛ عدم ملاءمة اسلوب المعلم في شرح المادة العلمية، وضعف الاساليب اللامنهجية في تعليم الكيمياء. كما أظهرت الدراسة أنه لا يوجد اختلاف بين اتجاهات الاناث والذكور نحو تعلم الكيمياء. واوصت الدراسة بالاهتمام بتصميم المناهج الجديدة والتركيز على الاساليب اللامنهجية في التعليم من أجل تحسين اتجاهات الطلبة نحو دراسة الكيمياء.
Role of Information Technologyin Banking Industry published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr.C.BALAJI Information and technology has struck the world as a result of which time & distance have entities to a large extent the information technology has been changed the structure of Indian banking. The concept of banking drastically changes from business dealings with money transaction alone to a business related to information on financial transaction. The technology has been the main facilitators in the process of transformation. The precise impact technology had iron the banking industry since 1980 is difficult to assess. Because of the intimacy of relationship between industry and technology it is impossible to separated the two. the use of new technology mean revolutionary innovation of the products & services & delivering them to customers covering aspects bank also will be expected to innovate new products and service to encourage new entrepreneurs and finance new schemes & project brought in by educated unemployment unemployed youth including venture capitalists.
Investigation on the Existing Geometry of Pathein Suspension Bridge published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Win Bo | Khin Maung Zaw | Kyaw Kyaw Pathein Suspension Bridge constructed across Pathein River completed in 2004 is a single-span suspension bridge. The region has soft alluvial ground. According to 2012 bridge inspection report, Current Situation and Issues of Myanmars Bridge Work, this suspension bridge had lost a great deal of camber since completion. And also it is found that there are some problems such as movement of anchor block, tilting tower. In this study, investigations on the existing of Pathein suspension bridge are presented by using 3D laser scanner, and site surveying. According to the investigation results, it is found that all towers are inclined towards river and the maximum inclination occurs the downstream tower of Chaungthar side. The downstream main cable sag is lower than the upstream one. Most hangers are inclined towards Pathein side and the maximum inclination degree occurs at middle portion. The existing truss profile is very different from as per drawing and all truss nodes are under the horizontal surface. Therefore seismic risk assessment and disaster mitigation plan for unexpected future severe earthquake should be developed. Win Bo | Khin Maung Zaw | Kyaw Kyaw "Investigation on the Existing Geometry of Pathein Suspension Bridge" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-6 , October 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18436.pdf
Shale Gas an Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resource: Overview published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
A. Boruah, Dr Md Abdul Rasheed, Dr Syed Z. Hassan The commercial shale gas exploration requires exhaustive investigations of all the shale rock properties of hydrocarbon bearing shale beds having significant organic matter and maturity. This paper presents the systematic approach using integrated methodology of geological, geophysical, geochemical, geomechanical etc for shale gas resources evaluation. It also attempts to discuss the sedimentology of shale rock, gas generation and retention mechanisms within the shale rock. Thermal maturity, sorbed gas fraction, reservoir thickness and geographic extent, total organic content, mineralogy, water saturation, fracture types, reservoir heterogeneity etc which are the primary controlling factors of shale gas production. But all the parameters may show wide variations in different shale gas systems and even most of the worlds commercial shale gas reservoirs exhibit wide range of these parameters which makes it difficult for establishing the sweet spots for shale gas exploration and exploitation.
RELATIONSHIP OF SELECTED ANTHROPOMETRIC & PHYSICAL FITNESS VARIABLES WITH THE VOLLEYBALL PLAYING PERFORMANCE published in

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Dr. Sameer Kumar Yadav The present study was undertaken to find out the significant relationship of selected anthropometric variable & physical fitness variables with the volleyball playing performance. 18 male volleyball players from SAI training centre, Kurukshetra were selected as a subject for the present study with age range between 15 to 20 years. The following anthropometric variables i.e. Height, Weight, Sitting height, Hand Span, Arm length, Leg length and physical fitness variables i.e. Speed, vertical jump, sit and reach and 1500 m run variables were selected for the testing the hypothesis. The playing performance was analyzed by four point rating scale through subjective observation of expert. Pearsons Product Moment correlation test was employed for the present study and the level of significance was set at 0.05. The statistical test was computed by using standard statistical package SPSS 17. Analysis of the results indicated that only Height from the anthropometric variables and Speed from the physical fitness variables were shown the significant relationship with the volleyball playing performance.
The Analysis of the Attention Levels of 10-12 Aged Children Playing Fencing published in

Sportif Bakis: Spor ve Egitim Bilimleri Dergisi

Published by Umit Dogan USTUN
Resat KARTAL, Cağatay DERECELI, Alper KARTAL The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the fencing exercises effect the attention level of the children at the age of 12-14. The sampling group of the study was consisted of 40 children of whom 20 were athletes of Göztepe Sport Club Fencing Team and 20 were students of Aydın Efeler Middle School. Bourdon attention test was applied to both experimental and control group. The SPSS statistical program (version 20.0) was used for data analysis. Independent-samples t-tests and one way Anova were used to determine significant differences. A significant difference was found between experimental and control group participated in the study (p<0.05). As a result attention values of students who do fencing was found to be higher than who does not. In this context we can say fencing exercise help children’s attention level who lacks of attention.
RELIABILITY OF ELEMENTS OF THE COMPUTING SYSTEM AND ITS FAULT TOLERANCE published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Victor Aleksandrovich Melentev The system is given by a set of essential functions, and by a graph setting the environment for realization of these functions, and by the adequacy predicate establishing conditions of correspondence of the system graph to the set of the essential functions. This formal model allows to investigate tolerance of the system to the failures to be specified by the flow which is caused by a arbitrary factors, including and nonrandom. The flow of failures is assigned by a configuration space of the failed elements. Here a maximum value of the failure multiplicity is determined by the sum of a ceil value of the expectation of the number of a failed elementary machines (EM) and by the prescribed tolerance margin. The expectation is calculated subject to the workload of the system and to the distribution efficiency of this workload. The tolerance margin satisfies to acceptance criteria and allows for deviations of the real conditions of the system elements functioning from the normative ones.
IPO Valuation: Effect of Intrinsic Value on Future Prices published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
SIDDHARTHA VALLURI Bcom F/A, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka. SRIHARI R DHONDALAY Bcom F/A, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka. VIPIN N JAIN Bcom F/A, Department of Professional Studies, Christ University, Bengaluru, Karnataka. Abstract The existing texts and documents support the fact that the most difficult part for a company undertaking an IPO process is the valuation of the Initial Public Offer. The valuation determines the price at which the company can offer its shares to the public (investors) in the IPO. This paper analyses whether the changes in intrinsic value of a share of a company can be used to determine the changes in the future market prices of the share. For this purpose, the intrinsic value of the share at the time of IPO is compared with the price at which it is issued and then the intrinsic value of the share after one year is considered and compared with the market value on that date. This will help us to analyse whether the changes in intrinsic value will correlate with the bullish and bearish trends in the market and how it effects the price of the share. It will also help us to analyse the extent to which intrinsic value can be considered in comparison with various other factors while investing in the share of the company.
Effect of Glass Fibers or Metallic Filler on the Linear Dimensional Changes and Water Sorption of Acrylic Resin Denture Base Material - Special Issue published in

International Journal of Dentistry and Oral Science (IJDOS)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
Beyari MM The aim of this study was to study the effect of reinforcement of acrylic resin denture base polymer with chopped glass fibers and silver filler on the linear dimensional changes, and water sorption. The dimensional changes were measured immediately after processing, after 1, 2, 3, 7 and 14 days of water storage. Water sorption was measured after 7-days of water storage. The results revealed that both types of reinforcement affect the dimensional accuracy and water sorption of the test specimens when compared to the control unreinforced specimens. The greatest dimensional accuracy was found with the glass fibers reinforced test specimens. The lowest amount of water sorption was found with the silver-filled test specimens. It was concluded that both the tested reinforcing materials decreased the linear dimensional changes and water sorption as compared to the control group specimens.
Political Reservations for Women published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
T. Chandra Shekar India is a democratic country where we are following the parliamentary form of government. The role and responsibilities of the citizens is very crucial in selecting their representatives to the parliament. Each and every citizen must participate democratically in the elections process for formation of effective government. But when we see the number of representatives in the house when compare to men, women strength is very low. In the 2014 general election only 61 women representatives are elected. This shows that the women strength is very low. There is a need to increase the women empowerment in politics. So that they can involve to take effective decision in solving the women related issues. Even after the 67 years of independence it is noted that women are not at all political empowered and they are staying away from the politics. They are not motivated to participate in the political decisions in the society. We can see the gender differences existing in the society. Even though reservation is provided to them they are facing difficulties to participate politics. They are not utilizing the Right to Reservation for women. This paper discuss the how women can political empowered in a democratic state.
IN VIVO ENRICHMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF PCP DEGRADING AEROBIC BACTERIAL CONSORTIUM SCREENED FROM TANNERY EFFLUENT SLUDGE OF JAJMAU, KANPUR (INDIA) published in

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PRAKASH CHANDRA TEWARI, DARLA MC MCCARTHY AND SIDDHARTHA SHUKLA Chlorinated xenobiotic compounds tend to persist in the environment and may become environmental and public health hazards. Pentachlorophenol (PCP) is a priority pollutant that has been used widely as a general biocide in commercial tannery industries. Owing to rapid industrial growth, serious soil and water pollution by PCP has been reported in Jajmau Kanpur, India. In this study, a consortium of four PCP-degrading bacterial strains previously isolated from tannery effluents in Jajmau Kanpur were enriched in a lab scale chemostat for enhancement of their degradation potential and used in a lab scale bioreactor for the degradation of PCP. Moreover, the optimal growth conditions of the PCP-degrading bacterial consortium were investigated. For cells degrading 30 mg l-1 PCP, optimal growth occurred in the pH range between 6.5 and 7.0 at 30oC. The enrichment potential for PCP degradation by this consortium previously screened aerobic bacteria was enhanced during growth in the chemostat; a assessment of reduction in PCP levels was observed within 80 hrs, revealing possible applications of this consortium for bioremediation of sites contaminated with PCP.
Determinants of liquidity of the Select Indian Tractor Companies published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. R. Velmurugan, S. Annalakshmi India is mainly an agricultural country. Agriculture accounts for approximately 25 percent of Indias GDP. The auto industry plays a significant role in shaping a countrys economy development.The reputation of any industry depends on its liquid position, which assists a company in settling their dues in time. Liquidity refers to the firms ability to meet the claims of suppliers of goods, services and capital. The article considers liquidity position of tractor industry by employing Correlation and Multiple Regression test. The data required for the study is secondary in nature. The required data are collected from Capital Line databaseforthe period ranging between 2002 and 2012.The collected data is analyzed by making use of correlation and Multiple Regression. The results reveals that liquidity position of a company depends on Size, Return on Investment, Inventory Turnover Ratio, Growth in Sales, Leverage and Assets Turnover Ratio
العلاقة بين عمليات العلم والاتجاهات العلمية لدى تلاميذ المرحلة الابتدائية ومدى اكتسابهم لها published in

Education College Journal

Published by Education College
د. حردان أحمد حردان Abstract : - The research aims to study and represent ((the relationship between the science processes and the scientific trends at primary school students and the extent of its acquisition)), by answering the following questions: 1- To what extent the acquisition of primary school students to the science operations after their study of principles of science book ? 2- To what extent the acquisition of primary school pupils to the scientific trends after their study of principles of science book ? 3- What is the extent of a relationship between primary school pupils in the level of the science and the scientific trends operations ? The researcher used the analytical method descriptive for suitability with the nature of research in the information collection and gathering, the research community was the sample itself, the researcher chose the 6th grade students who study the book of principles science which is the authorized book for the academic year (2014- 2015). The sample was chosen in purpose from Al-Hathar Elementary School for Boys from the center Qalat Suker district, the general directorate for education of Thi-Qar governorate, in the second semester. The researcher built and applied tested the application of basic science operations and the scientific trends scale in the book of the principles of science for the 6th grade students after they were presented to experts and specialists in the field of education and psychology, measurement and teaching methods, the researcher addressed the data statistically using statistical methods by using statistical program for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The results showed that the percentage of the acquisition of the 6th grade students for the science operations was (73.68%) which is less than the default level of proficiency (80%) by (6.32%). Regarding to the second question about the scientific trends, the results showed that the percentage of the acquisition of the 6th grade scientific trends students was (69.83%) which is less than the default level of proficiency (80%) by (10.17%). As regards to the third question about the existence of a relationship between the primary school pupils in the level of the science processes and scientific trends, the results showed that there was a statically indication relationship between the total score of the test basic science operations and the total score, of the scale of the scientific trends in the two applications (pretest and posttest), this relationship was (0.982). From this study, the researcher achieved number of conclusions, including: - The recent principles of the science book has a limited potential in the levels of knowledge, skills and emotional aspects. According to the previous conclusion, the researcher recommended the below: Develop, update, and organize the principles of the science book in a way to achieving the educational goals of these materials and access to the accepted standards ofperfection content. The researcher suggested some future research and studies including: The relationship between the science and the scientific processes and trends in the various scientific specialties curricula to knowing its suitability for the science and the scientific processes and trends development of the pupils and earned it.
SOIL STABILIZATION USING ROCK DUST AND SLUDGE published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S.D.R.L. Pavani The combined effects of two wastes Sludge and Rock dust on, compaction characteristics, California Bearing Ratio (CBR), Shear strength parameters and Swelling pressure of an expansive soil have been discussed in this project. The effect of molding water content on CBR of Sludge - Rock Dust stabilized expansive soil and the economy of Sludge and Rock dust stabilization has also been discussed.
Attitude of Accounting Professionals Towards E-Commerce published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
SHEETAL RANI Research Scholar NIMS University Jaipur ABSTRACT The present study was an attempt to find out the difference between male and female accounting professional regarding the impact of E-commerce on accounting professionals. A sample of 75 accounting professionals (50males + 25 females) from district Rohtak was taken as a sample by random sampling method. A self-made questionnaire was used to collect the data. The statistical techniques Mean, standard deviation and „t‟ test were used to analyze the difference. The findings of the study revealed that (i) It was found that the female accounting professionals were found to have more the favorable attitude the statement, the e-commerce the system “Affecting electronic commerce on the speed and capacity of the work of the accounting system” as compared to male accounting professionals; (ii) It was found that the female accounting professionals were found to have a more favorable attitude regarding the statement, that the “E-commerce affects the capability of an auditor positively” as compared to male accounting professionals; and (iii) It was found that the female accounting professionals were found to have a more favorable attitude regarding the statement, that the “Limitations of E-commerce technology affects the accounting information systems negatively” as compared to male accounting professionals.
A Study on Customers Perception Towards Personalization in Online Purchases published in

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Iyer Seethalakshmi Balakrishnan E-tailers provide a variety of customer service, many of which are personalized in an attempt to improve customer satisfaction. This research has been conducted to examine the customers perception towards personalization in online purchases among the consumers in Thane. The study also attempts to explore the trend setters in personalization of online purchases, latent attractions of personalization in online purchases in the electronic era. The result has shown that the simplified payment & delivery via 1-Click and personalized E-Coupons provided has helped customers in Thaneto make better online purchases according to their tastes and preferences.
Educational Philosophy of Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji and its Relevancy in 21St Century published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Dr. Mohit Dixit, Amandeep Kaur The paper highlights the educational philosophy of fifth Sikh Guru Arjan Dev Ji and its Relevancy In 21st Century . Guru Arjan Dev Ji had a very strong philosophy of education along with a philosophy of life. He used education as a tool to make the masses understand his point of view. He put his thoughts on all aspects of education i.e. Aims Of Education , Curriculum, Methods Of Teaching, Role Of Teacher , Discipline And Examination System. He had a philosophy, an educational philosophy, pedagogy and his own techniques of explaining and solving problems.
HISTORIA Y PEDAGOGÍA. LA IMAGEN DE LA INFANCIA A TRAVÉS DEL MÉTODO BIOGRÁFICO. published in

Revista Scientific

Published by Instituto Internacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico Educativo INDTEC
Martha del Carmen Urquiola Universidad Fermín Toro urquiola.martha@gmail.com Barinas, Venezuela HISTORY AND PEDAGOGY. THE IMAGE OF CHILDREN THROUGH THE METHOD BIOGRAPHY. Attention in early childhood is and will be one of the issues that most debate has resulted in over time, in its dimension of the story is a little parcel done deepened. This article aims through literary texts to reconstruct the history of the Venezuelan child care. Methodologically the study is inserted into the qualitative paradigm, enabling the understanding of the phenomena, interpreting the thought of authors and theories that govern it. The process was based on a theoretical research, with a purely documentary purpose, emphasized in the literature-narrative design by applying the hermeneutic and dialectical method. only print media was used, it was used to tonnage of bibliographical sources, selection of the most relevant sources, validation, detailed readings, location, signing, coding, interpretation, writing and theoretical construction from the categorization and comparison. Arises as a result necessary to reconstitute the object of childhood, not only for the creation of new responses, but also the challenge for new research that should be childhoods able to speak for themselves, to be protagonists and narrators of their story itself.
Liver Abscess Secondary to Ascaris Lumbricoides: Case Report published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

Published by peertechz publications
Luis Angel Medina Andrade*, Lizette Blanco Aguilar, Eduardo Vidrio Duarte, Carlos Eduardo Rodríguez Rodríguez, Adriana Paz Mendoza, Ilse Liliana Martinez Elvira, Daniel Flores Rodríguez, José Daen Jonathan Cabañas Gomez, Nestor Apaez Araujo, Stephanie Serrano Collazos, Oscar Rodrigo Rocha Erazo and Rene Cano Rodríguez Background: Ascaris lumbricoides is one of the most frequent human helminthiasis, but the complication with liver abscess is very rare and severe, being a challenge for the correct and timely diagnosis. Case: A male of 62-years-old was brought to emergency room of a rural hospital referring one week of evolution with abdominal pain in right upper quadrant and epigastrium, with fever about 39ºC the last three days, anorexia, asthenia, adinamia, diarrhea, and mental status deterioration the last 24 hours. At physical exam with Glasgow 11, dehydrated, with tachycardia or tachypnea, abdominal pain in right upper quadrant and epigastrium, without rebound, and with normal bowel sounds. Laboratories report leucocytes 29300 cell/mm3, neutrophils 80%, eosinophils 8%, Hemoglobin 9.5 mg/dL, Glucose 144mg/dL, Creatinine 2, total bilirubin 2.3, indirect bilirubin 1.9, ast 124 alt 112 ggt 193. A hepatic amebian abscess is suspected and empirical management with liquids, ceftriaxone and metronidazole was started. Patient continue with fever and disturbed mental status for the next two days. Ultrasound reports hepatomegaly related with liver abscess located in left lobe, with heterogeneous echogenicity secondary to hypoechoic images, rounded, well-defi ned, displacing hepatic vessels with tubular images inside. Albendazol was added to management and after two days, by the continued bad evolution CT scan was requested and report multiple liver abscesses in left lobe, segment II and III, the biggest of 68x60mm, with 16 Hounsfi eld units. An exploratory laparotomy was performed fi nding multiple encapsulated abscesses with the presence of Ascaris lumbricoides inside that were drain and after washing an open drain was placed. Patient presents signifi cant improvement with continued medical management and was discharged 7 days after surgery.
C-Kit Positive Cells from Failing Human Hearts: Role of Culturing Media on Cardiomyogenic Potentials published in

Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology

Published by Peertechz Publications
Anna Francesconi, Gaetano Paparella*, Barbara Frossi, Elisa Del Terra, Francesco Saverio Ambesi Impiombato and Francesco Curcio Background: The possibility of culturing heart cells in order to regenerate damaged tissue is a challenging problem. Recent observations have demonstrated the possibility of isolating and expanding resident cardiac stem cells, which could favor regeneration and functional improvement of the myocardial tissue. Aims: To investigate two different culturing media: one promoting c-kit cells’ growth and the other promoting differentiation in cardiac muscle cells. Methods: We obtained primary cultures from left ventricle myocardial tissues of 10 human hearts of patients with end-stage heart failure who received heart transplantation. Cells were first cultured in a medium containing high serum and low calcium/magnesium (Ca2+ /Mg2+) to promote cell growth (medium A). Than they were cultured in another medium that contained lower serum concentration and a variety of different factors in order to induce cell differentiation (medium B). The presence of c-kit, specific for stem cells, α-sarcomeric actin (SA), specific for skeletal and cardiac muscle cells, and α-smooth muscle actin (SMA), specific for smooth muscle cells was studied by immune-cytochemical analysis.
FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF PREDNISOLONE MATRIX TABLETS FOR COLON TARGETED DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
K. Ramesh Reddy* 1 , C.P. Sreekanth Reddy 1 , G.Saisri Harsha1 , V.Jayasankar Reddy1 P. Jayachandra Reddy 1 , K. Anil2 The aim of this work is to formulate Prednisolone matrix tablets for colon targeting drug delivery system by using pectin and chitosan polymers. Prednisolone is synthetic Glucocorticoids, a derivative of cortisol, which is used to treat a variety of inflammatory and auto-immune conditions. Colon targeted drug delivery is an active area of research for local diseases affecting the colon, as it improves the efficacy of therapeutics and enables localized treatment, which reduces systemic toxicity. Targeted delivery of therapeutics to the colon is particularly advantageous for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which includes ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. Prednisolone matrix tablets were prepared by wet granulation technique by using different polymers such as chitosan and pectin are sustained release polymers. Starch mucilage is a granulating agent .The matrix tablets were evaluated their compatibility studies by using FT-IR, micromeritics properties, post formulation characters, stability and in vitro dissolution studies. Key words: Matrix tablets, Prednisolone, Pectin, Chitosan, IBD.
ON THE INTEGRABILITY OF THE FUNCTIONS WITH MONOTONE DECREASING FOURIER COEFFICIENTS WITH RESPECT TO MULTIPLICATIVE SYSTEMS published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Gulmira Saginganovna Kenzhebekova In this work one generalization of the theorem of Hardy-Littlewood about Fourier series with monotone coefficients with respect to multiplicative systems is proved.
To estimate the prevalence of self medication in rural areas of Medak District of Telangana published in

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Santosh Kumar Banjara, Kavitha Devi Bhukya Background: Many of the studies have shown the prevalence and nature of self-medication. Self-medication is an age old practice. World Health Organization promotes the practice of self-medication for effective and quick relief of symptoms without medical consultations to reduce the burden on health-care services, which are often understaffed and inaccessible in rural and remote areas. Aim: The aim of the study was to determine the extent and pattern of self-medication among the population (patients) attending pharmacies at study sites. Subjects and Methods: The present study was a community based cross sectional study aimed to gather information about the prevalence of self-medication in the rural areas of Medak District of Telangana from March 2014 to September 2014. The sample size comprised of 1200 patients. Statistical Analysis: Data were collected through a prepared questionnaire. All descriptive data were coded, entered and analyzed using the statistical package for Social sciences program version 17.0 (Chicago, IL, USA). Descriptive data analysis was conducted and reported as frequencies and percentage. Results: The percentage of patients who were seeking self-medication was approximately 80% (1200/1500). Most of the patients were seeking self-medication for headache and other pain (23.3% [280/1200]), fever (14.5% [174/1200]), urinary tract infections (9.7% [116/1200]) and respiratory tract infections (11.7% [140/1200]). The drugs most commonly purchased for practicing self-medication were non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (25.3% [304/1200]), medications used for gastro intestinal problems (20.8% [250/1200]) and antibiotics (16.7% [200/1200]). Conclusion: Prevalence of self-medication was high primarily among illiterate males. Patient health awareness programs and pharmacist continuing education are necessary for controlling self-medication. There is a need for planning interventions to promote rational self-medication through mass medias such as newspaper, magazine, TV
PENGEMBANGAN HAK KEKAYAAN INTELEKTUAL SEBAGAI COLLATERAL (AGUNAN) UNTUK MENDAPATKAN KREDIT PERBANKAN DI INDONESIA published in

Dinamika Hukum

Published by Faculty of Law, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia
Sri Mulyani Intellectual Property Rights is granted the exclusive rights to creators, inventors or designers for the creation or invention that has commercial value, either directly or through the automatic registration of the relevant agencies as awards, recognition should be given the protection of the rights of the community development law. Globally, the IPR will be used as collateral to obtain a bank loan internasional. In this law is necessary to realize the concept of legislation in each country who are willing to apply that regulate substance loading, binding, and registration of intellectual property as collateral. Key words: development of intellectual property rights, collateral, bank credit in Indonesia
ONLINE EVALUATION OF PERIODONTAL DISEASE PREVALENCE IN PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY PATHOLOGY published in

International Journal of Medical Dentistry

Published by Apollonia University of Iasi
Ionu? LUCHIAN, Alexandra WATTAD, Ioana MR?U, Monica TATARCIUC, Silvia MR?U Periodontal affections can play a determinant role in the evolution of different systemic diseases. Periodontal pathogenic bacteria stimulate the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines or acute phase proteins. Materials and method. The current research involved developing of a questionnaire addressed to a number of 42 dentists from 12 different countries, who were asked to fill it in using an online platform. The questionnaire included five significant questions. Results and discussion. The main observation made was that the ratio of patients with pulmonary pathology, more frequently occurring as irreversible forms of periodontal disease (chronic and aggressive periodontitis), was higher, while fewer patients were diagnosed with different forms of gingivitis. Conclusions. Improving, enriching, optimizing and individualizing the means of oral hygiene all representing sound arguments in favor of reducing the inflammation of periodontal tissues appear as simple, cheap and efficient methods capable of decreasing the risk of pulmonary affections.
Distal Frmoral Fractures Fixation by Locking Compression Plate: Efficacy & Complications published in

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Dr. Arvind Kumar Bohra, Dr. Dilip Sharma Locking compression plate (LCP) is a good fixation system for distal end femoral fractures particularly intra-articular type. The device provides good angular stability by its triangular reconstruction principle and thus helps in early mobilization, even in communited fractures where other modes of fixation often tend to delay the process of mobilization because of lack of stability. Preferably can be used in osteoporotic fractures were it provides a solution to the age old problems of screw cut out, late collapse, and misalignments since the stability of the construct does not entirely depend on the quality of the bone. This goes further to say that understanding the basic principles of fixation and the appropriate indications for use of LCP in fractures of distal end femur is a must, before its use. The final flexion achieved also depended on education level, compliance level and the motivation of the patient
Digital India: A Vision Towards Digitally Empowered Knowledge Economy published in

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Sudhir Kumar Sharma, Vandana Lama, Nidhi Goyal The digital world that we live in today is the outcome of several innovations and technology advances. These novelties provide better future to everyone. Today, every nation wants to be fully digitalized that will empower society in a better manner. The 'Digital India' programme, an initiative of honorable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, will emerge new progressions in every sector and generates innovative endeavors for geNext. The motive behind the concept is to build participative, transparent and responsive system. This will provide all services electronically and promote digital literacy. Digital Technologies which includes the concept of cloud computing and mobile applications have emerged as the catalysts for express economic growth and citizen empowerment. Companies all over the world desire to invest in Digital India- the 21st century India, as a growth opportunity. The objective of this paper is to have a vision on the Digital India campaign where technologies and connectivity will come together to make an impact on all aspects of governance and improve the quality of life of citizens.
Experimental Study of Impact of Foul Release with Low Surface Energy on Ship Resistance published in

Journal of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

Published by peertechz publications
Kianejad SS*, Seif MS and Ansarifard N A comparison between coating frictional resistances of several ship hulls has been conducted by experimental studies (Foul Release and conventional paint) in the unfouled conditions in Hydrodynamic open water tests in a lake using a ship model test. Models are completely similar, in order to eliminate other factors of resistance such as wave making resistance and viscous pressure resistance. Foul Release systems based on silicon offer a low surface energy and smooth surface that prevents adhesion of fouling organisms on underwater hulls. Wall roughness measurement was carried out by roughness analyzer and there is not much difference between Foul Release and conventional paint roughness. The results indicate that model with low surface energy has lower resistance compared to model with higher energy surface.
Prevalence of Diabetes mellitus Among School Teachers in Urban Area of Nagpur City, Central India published in

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Dr. Deepak Lone, Dr. Sushma Thakre, Dr. Subhash Thakre, Dr. Avinash Borkar, Dr. Namita Deshmukh This paper discusses the current level of prevalence of diabetes mellitus among school teachers in urban area of Nagpur city, Maharashtra, Central India. A cross-sectional study was carried out from June 2011 - December 2012 involving 726 school teachers of age > 20 years, from 21 randomly selected schools of urban area of Nagpur city. A pretested proforma was used to collect socio-demographic information and oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was performed using 75 gm of glucose. Fasting and 2 hour post glucose load blood sugar level was measured by Accu-check Performa glucometer. Results showed that 14.60% teachers were having diabetes mellitus. About 6.47% were known diabetics and 8.13% were newly detected.
SECURITY ISSUES IN MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING (MCC) published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Anureet Kaur As we all witness the incredible growth of mobile device in past 10-15 years. We can see several thousands of mobile applications available in market which runs on different platforms. With this drastic growth of mobile technology there are various characters of mobile technology that impedes them to provide efficient services .Cloud computing has gained significant attention in last few years. Mobile computing is now integrated with cloud computing to harness the advantages of cloud and overcome underlying challenges of mobile devices. After integration of mobile and cloud computing, there are various security issues that need to be addressed while working on cloud environment. This paper describes few security issues and their possible solutions in mobile-cloud integration. Also overview of cloud computing including its types, features, applications and hierarchy in discussed.
User Perception of Internet in Management College Libraries in Chennai: A Study published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
G. Sivagamasundari, Dr. K. Sivasami The present study has been undertaken to evaluate the attitude of Internet users, taking into account the use of Internet by faculty members of Management Institution in Chennai Area. The major objectives were Internet is not a substitute for the library and to find out the use of internet resources by faculty members. For this purpose a well structured questionnaire was distributed among the faculty members of Management Institution in Chennai Data were collected from 800 questionnaires were distributed and 704 were received back from the respondents, and used for data analysis. The majorities of the respondents were 375 male and the remaining 329 were female. The required information has been collected from both primary and secondary sources. This structured questionnaire was used for the collection of data. The study reveals that the majority of the respondents use internet browsing center for Academic purpose.
Image Denoising Via Hybrid Graph Laplacian Regularization published in

International Journal of Advance Scientific Research and Engineering Trends

Published by Dr.S.S.Lomte
Ms. Ujjwala S. Chaudhari In this paper, here introduce recovery method for natural images defected by impulse noise. Here used hybrid graph Laplacian regularized regression to perform progressive image recovery using unified framework. by using laplacian pyramid here build multi-scale representation of input image and recover noisy image from corser scale to finer scale. Hence smoothness of image can be recovered. Using implicit kernel a graph Laplacian regularization model represented which minimizes the least square error on the measured. A multi-scale Laplacian pyramid which is framework here proposed where the intrascale relationship can be modelled with the implicit kernel graph Laplacian regularization model in input space interscale relationship model with the explicit kernel in feature space. Hence image recovery algorithm recovers the More image details and edges.
NOVEL MULTIPARTICULATE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM: A VERSATILE CONTROLLED RELEASE CARRIER FOR HYDROPHOBIC DRUGS published in

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Kanabar Vishvesh B*, Patel Vipul P, Doshi Sumit M. The development of safe and effective models for the delivery of any prophylactic or therapeutic agent remains an uphill task for pharmaceutical formulation developers. Drug molecules, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, proteins and a variety of other biological and chemical entities are used for attaining pharmacological benefits. However, the major challenge remains in the delivery of these agents to the specific site of action in a time-efficient manner. Among the many drug delivery systems developed, the nano scale technology of Lipospheres, cubosome, virosomes, ethosomes and transferosomes are the novel approaches. All these novel drug delivery systems are having their application with merits. And that why they all are widely used for newer approaches.
CLINICAL STUDY AND COMPARASION OF VARIOUS MODALTIES OF TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS OF LOWER LIMBS published in

International Education and Research Journal

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Dr. Laxmana Sastry, Dr.Sandeep Reddy Varicose veins constitute a progressive disease that becomes steadily worst. In the INDIAN subcontinent,an estimated 23% of adults have varicose veins, and 6% have more advanced chronic venous disease(CVD), including skin changes and healed or active venous ulcers. The study has been taken up to know the distribution & severity of varicose veins of lower limbs & modalities of treatment in prevention of complications.
DEVELOPMENT OF A MET HOD OF SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF THE CONDUCTIVITY AND THE RMAL DIFFUSIVITY OF MATERIALS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Macodou THIAM There are several methods of measures of thermo physical properties. The methods of transient state are used to determine the thermal diffusivity and those of steady state who used to determine the thermal conductivity. Most of the devices sold commerciall y allow measuring these properties on separate tests. In this paper we have developed a method that allows measuring simultaneously the thermal diffusivity and the thermal conductivity in a single operation. For that we build a very simple device. This ne w methods is obtained by solving the transient heat diffusion equation with the method of Duhamel leading to expressions of diffusivity and conductivity for understanding how to perform measurements in transient and permanent to measure these parameters. T he validation of the theoretical model was made from two reference materials: plaster and extruded polystyrene
A STUDY ON IMAGE MINING TECHNIQUES, FRAMEWORK AND APPLICATIONS published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Dr. P. Nithya*1, B. Uma Maheswari2 & A. Nandini3 Image mining refers to a data mining technique where images are used as data. It supports a large field of applications like medical diagnosis, agriculture, industrial work, space research and obviously the educational field. In this paper I would like to explain image mining- introduction, history, image mining process, image mining framework, application, techniques, various extraction mechanisms used in image mining and image retrieval based on semantics. Since image mining is now the most popular technique of retrieving information related to user query. These concepts are used to developing the research process and it gives the best image mining results.
Evaluation of hydraulic characteristics of different micro and mini sprinklers published in

Engineering Technology in India

Published by Rakesh kumar Singh
M.S. MADHUSUDHAN, M.S. AYYANAGOUDAR, H.K. SHIVANAND AND D.T. SANTOSH The study was conducted to evaluate the hydraulic characteristics of different micro and mini sprinklers in the department of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering at College of Agricultural Engineering, Raichur. The results reveal that the average discharge was found in rate for micro sprinkler at 0.5 kg/cm2 was 24.47 lph, at 1 kg/cm2 it was 41.58 lph but for mini sprinklers the average discharge was increased 26 lph to 45.42 lph as pressure increases from 0.5 to 1 kg/cm2 . The coefficient of uniformity for micro sprinkler was found to be 40.4 per cent at an operating pressure of 1.0 kg/cm2, but it was 48.4 percent in mini sprinkler. The moisture distribution pattern for both micro and mini sprinklers of different make found to be excellent, the moisture content of soil can be increased only to a depth of 25 cm when operated the mini sprinkler for 2 hours at a operating pressure of 1.0 kg/cm2 and having discharge rate of of 65 lph in deep black cotton soil.
EXPERIENCE AND FAMILIARITY’S ROLE IN THE DIFFUSION OF PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGIES. published in

Asia Pacific Journal of Advanced Business and Social Studies

Published by Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research
Raja Peter, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand Vasanthi Peter, Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, Melbourne, Australia
Biodiesel from Jatropha Curcas '“ A Truth of Our Future published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

Published by IJTSRD
Vinay kumar Gupta | Jai Singh The raising industrialization and advancement of the world has to a vertical hoisted for the request of oil based fuel. Monetary advancement in creating nations has prompted cyclopean increment in the vitality require. To satisfy our prerequisite for utilization of vitality, we should utilize biodiesel in light of the fact that Petroleum has restricting stock in world. Jatropha is utilized for a long time as an imperative premise of fuel yet it isnt acclaimed like biodiesel from soya oil and palm oil. The yield of jatropha is considerably higher than some other biodiesel crops and it has some extraordinary property than some other crops. The Jatropha plant has natural reclamation and it has ability to develop in the got dried out condition where the other biodiesel crops discover hard to survive. So Jatropha is best option for production of biodiesel. Vinay kumar Gupta | Jai Singh"Biodiesel from Jatropha Curcas “ A Truth of Our Future" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd10733.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/biological-science/biotechnology/10733/biodiesel-from-jatropha-curcas--a-truth-of-our-future/vinay-kumar-gupta
Fatal Complications during Anaesthesia in Moebius Syndrome: A Case Report and Brief Discussion of Relevant Precautions and Preoperative Assessments published in

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Rasmussen LK1*, Rian O1, Korshoej AR2, Christensen S3 We present a case of a 23-year-old male with Moebius syndrome admitted with sigmoid volvulus. Moebius Syndrome is a very rare complex congenital disorder characterised by uni- or bilateral facial paralysis resulting in orofacial abnormalities that in some individuals make tracheal intubation very difficult. In the present case, complications during the anaesthetic procedure caused a fatal outcome for the patient, as difficulties intubating was followed by an unexpected circulatory collapse, which could not be counteracted in the current setting. The case emphasises the importance of handling patients with Moebius Syndrome and other patients with a difficult airway with utmost caution during anaesthetic care, particularly in the emergent setting where other complications might be present. A thorough preanaesthetic evaluation with specific attention to airway management and circulatory status is mandatory and all measures must be taken to optimise patient safety.
Deteccin de genes de toxinas pirognicas y toxinas exfoliativas en aislamientos clnicos de Sta phylococcus aureus en Colombia published in

Investigaciones ANDINA

Published by Fundaci?n Universitaria del ?rea Andina_Giovane Mendieta
Luisa F Corredor, Jos I Moncayo, Jorge J Santacruz, Adalucy lvarez Introduction: staphylococcus aureus is associated with serious systematic diseases caused by super antigens (pyrogenic and exfoliating toxins). Methods: 100 clinical isolations for S. Aureus were identified by automatic methods and PCR, the prevalence of super antigen genes by multiple PCR and the correlations thru the Fischer exact test. Results: 38 isolation cases were observed and the prevalence of the enterotoxin genes, toxins of the syndrome of toxic shock and exfoliating toxins was 44%, 7% and 4% respectively. The only significant correlation found (p=0.045) was between the presence of the super antigen genes and the clinical isolations. Conclussion: there is a high prevalence of enterotoxin genes and a low prevalence of exfoliating genes and the syndrome of toxic shock in isolation of S.Aureus in this population. This is the first investigation that yields data of prevalence of super antigens in Colombia and provides new information for Latin America.
DOMAIN NUCLEATION IN MEAN FIELD SYSTEM Fe1.5Mn1.5Si published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
S Mukherjee Fe1.5Mn1.5Si undergoes a paramagnetic to a ferromagnetic transition with true long range ordering. The critical behavior of the system near the transition temperature has been studied by analyzing dc magnetization data with the help of the Arrot plot. The present work is focused to answer an important question, whether the nucleation of domains starts at a temperature close to TC or different from it. The enhancement technique in ac susceptibility helps us to determine the domain nucleation temperature. The domain nucleation temperature is found to be close to TC obtained from scaling analysis. At the same temperature, the imaginary component of the ac susceptibility () also shows a peak.
Alterations in Growth and Physiology of Wheat to Lead (Pb) Stress Under Soil Culture published in

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Published by THE GLOBAL JOURNALS
Gurpreet Kaur The present study was conducted to obtain quantitative information about the translocation of lead (Pb) in a soil culture experiment with wheat. The solutions of lead nitrate (500, 1000 and 2500 M) were applied to achieve stress conditions in comparison to unstressed, water treated control variant. Plants were exposed to Pb solutions for 7 days under experimental dome conditions and various observations were recorded. Growth parameters, such as root length, shoot length and dry weight, exhibited a significant decline with increasing Pb treatment. In addition, the level of photosynthetic pigments decreased upon exposure to Pb in a linear manner. These results suggested manifestation of Pb-induced stress, which was confirmed by reduced Photochemical Efficiency of PSII (Fv/ Fm). After 7 days of treatment, malondialdehyde accumulated in the range of ~11-38% with respect to control over 500-2500 M Pb exposure. Further, superoxide dismutase activity increased with increasing concentrations. On the other hand, a significant decline was observed in guaiacol peroxidase activity in wheat roots in a concentration- dependent manner. The study concludes that short-term Pb treatment alters growth and physiology of wheat grown under soil culture.
Sickle cell Anaemia with Plasmodium Vivax and Tuberculous Infection-A Case Report published in

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Dr. M. Vasundhara, Dr. G. Ratna Kumari, Dr. P. Nalini Kumari Sickle cell anaemia (SCA) is prevalent in areas where there is endemicity for malaria. Heterozygous condition of sickle hemoglobin is protective against plasmodium falciparum infection. Except from South Africa reports stating about the association of malaria with sickle cell anaemia were rare. Very few cases were recorded about association of Plasmodium vivax infection in sickle cell anaemia. The consequences of malaria in SCA may be very severe during acute illness. We present a rare case of vivax malaria in SCA who had been suffering from tuberculosis.
O processo da gesto de resduos nas embalagens de ps-consumo: estudo de caso McDonalds published in

Revista Metropolitana de Sustentabilidade

Published by Celso Machado Junior
Robson dos Santos, Viviane Alves Belo, Alexandre Formigoni, Enio Fernandes Rodrigues & Ivan Prsio de Arruda Campos This research considers the increasing concern of society in general environmental issues, shows the importance of an Environmental Management System to improve the image of a company towards society in which it is embedded. Shows that proper waste management can result in financial and environmental benefits for companies that practice. To address the practical issues of the theme, was chosen the company McDonald's, as a service company fast food, that have a quantity of waste, and creates conditions for application of the techniques of environmental management in this sector. Thus, this article aims to demonstrate through case study and descriptive research, the commitment that this large network of fast-food has with the preservation of the environment through its waste management and investments in economic, social and environmental the country. Keywords: Waste Management; Packaging post-consume; McDonald's.
Remittances and Quality of Life of Emigrant Families in Kerala published in

International Journal of Social Science and Economics Invention

Published by Govind Lohar
RUKSANA. M.M.*1, Dr. K. GANGADHARAN2 International migration has an important role in the economic development of every economy.In Kerala, most of the people prefer to emigrate for skilled and unskilled labour to the developed countries to improve the living standards oftheir families.According to Kerala Migration Survey Report, forevery 100 households in the state, there were 29.3 emigrants in 2014and the number of emigrants has increased graduallyover the years, from13.6 lakhs in 1998 to 24.0 lakhs in 2014.Kerala is receiving an increasing amount of money from abroad as workers’ remittances and total remittancesto Kerala in 2014 was estimated to be Rs71,142 crores.Remittances per household were Rs 86,843 in 2014 compared to Rs. 63,315 in 2011 and Rs. 57,227 in2008.The present study is to find out trend and growthof household remittance in Kerala and to analyze the impact of these remittance to the living standards of emigrant families.
THE CONCEPT OF CIVIL SOCIETY: CHANGE SCIENTIFIC PARADIGM published in

Theoretical & Applied Science

Published by International Academy of Theoretical & Applied Sciences
Jurabek Mavlonov This article discusses the process of formation and change of scientific paradigms of civil society. Analyzing the evolution of the theory and practice of formation and development of the concept of civil society the author identifies historical and contemporary paradigms of this phenomenon. Special attention is paid to the rationale for the formation of globalization and information paradigms that significantly affect the change of the traditional interpretations of civil society.
Comparative accounts of Merestic Count and Morphometric Measurements of Golden Mahseer (Tor putitora) among Chenani hydroelectric dam, Jhajjar stream and Dansar stream. (J&K) India. published in

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K. K. Sharma, V. C. Mohan, Uzma Kouser Present investigation was carried out in small man made Chenani hydroelectric reservoir and some water bodies of Jammu region viz river Tawi, Chenab and Jhajjar stream, to find out comparative account of merestic count and morphometric measurements and also to investigate the population structure and catch per unit effort of Golden Mahseer (Tor putitora) during study period from January 2012 to December 2012. A total of 64 specimens were collected from these three sampling zones and more than thirty five important morphometric and meristic parameters were selected for the study. Collected samples ranged from 9.4cm - 30.5cm in total length (TL) and 20.3 gm to 190 gm in body weight. The morphometric characters studied showed a proportional positive growth with the increasing length of the fish.
Evaluation of the Cytotoxic Effects of Combined Application of Methotrexate and Statins on Green Monkey Kidney Cells published in

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology (IJCPT)

Published by SciDoc Publishers
M. Izdebska*, I. Pi?tkowska-Chmiel, M. Herbet, M. Gawro?ska-Grzywacz, D. Natorska-Chomicka Lipid disorders that lead to cardiovascular diseases are also common with oncology patients. Therefore, this group of patients is exposed to the risk of interaction between the cytostatic drugs applied and statins. Methotrexate is widely used in cancer treatment. However, it is a highly toxic drug. Nephrotoxicity is the most common side effect following the methotrexate therapy. On the other hand, statins are reported to have possible renoprotective effects against drug-induced nephrotoxicity. The aim of this study was to evaluate the cytotoxic effects of the combined application of methotrexate and statins (atorvastatin, rosuvastatin or pravastatin) on the green monkey kidney cells (GMK), using the MTT and LDH assays. The effect of these drugs and their combination on the GMK cells apoptosis was also evaluated using the Cell Death Detection ELISA kit. The results obtained from the cytotoxicity assays suggest an adverse effect of the combined application of methotrexate (5.5 or 16.5 ?M) and atorvastatin (100 ?M) on the viability of GMK cells. A decrease in the cell viability in this case was attributed to apoptosis. In the study, a significant reduction in the GMK cell viability was also identified in the MTT assay after 24h of incubation with methotrexate in combination with rosuvastatin or pravastatin. However, in the LDH assay, there were no significant changes that clearly indicate the intensification of their cytotoxic effects. The obtained results, especially in the MTT test, demonstrate a negative influence of the combined application of methotrexate and statins on the viability of GMK cells.
An Analysis of Status and Progress of Self Help Group - Bank Linkage Programme in India published in

Emperor International Journal of Finance and Management Research

Published by Mayas Publication
NIKITA Ph.D , Research Scholar Department of Economics, CDLU Sirsa RAJESH KUMAR Lecturer, GSSS Gurana Hisar ABSTRACT SHG - Bank Linkage Programme has traversed twenty-five years of the unabated journey towards empowering the rural poor, in general, and rural women in particular. SHG - Bank Linkage The programme is a forceful intervention in economic enablement and financial inclusion for the bottom of the pyramid. A proven platform initially conceived for increasing the outreach of banking services among the poor have since graduated to a programme for promotion of livelihoods and poverty alleviation. SHG Bank Linkage Programme has now become the largest community-based microfinance initiative with 85.77 lakh SHGs as on 31 March 2017 covering more then a hundred million rural households. The study found out the progress and status of Self-help bank Linkage programme in India. The result showed that all the significant parameters .the number of SHGs with savings bank accounts, amount of credit disbursed during the year, the bank loans outstanding as well as the quantum of savings outstanding had shown positive growth during the past three years. Further significant States like Telangana, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Rajasthan have recorded higher growth rate. The average savings outstanding was highest in the Southern Region and lowest in North Eastern Region.
Risk Factor Analysis, Bacteriological Study and Their Antibiotics Resistance Pattern of Surgical Site Infection Following Lower Segment Caesarean Section at Tertiary Care Hospitals in Western Rajasthan, India published in

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Dr. Smita Kulshrestha, Dr. Ramesh Agrawal, Dr. P. K. Khatri, Dr. R. S. Parihar Lower segment caesarean section (LSCS) is a common mode of delivery now and surgical site infection is the second most common infectious complication in these patients. This study was planned with this background to have a comprehensive approach to surgical site infection (SSI) following LSCS. A total 100 consecutive patients undergoing LSCS were studied. A questionnaire was developed to assess the risk factors associated with development of SSI & their pre operative and post operative antibiotics pattern. SSI was identified in 78 (78%) out of 100 patients. In all age groups, Gram-negative bacilli were the commonest finding. The commonest isolate was Escherichia coli followed by Staphylococcus aureus and coagulase negative Staphylococcus. 88.3% of Staphylococcus aureus strains were Resistant to Methicillin. Increased duration of stay in the hospital was found to be significant. A proper assessment of risk factors that predispose to SSI and their modification may help in reduction of SSI rates. Also proper assessment of microbial pathogens that causes SSIs and assessment of their resistance pattern may helps in reduction of SSI rates. The Prudent uses of antibiotics are to prevent future development of resistance.
Positive Organizational Behaviour and Positive Psychology- Allegations for Individual Growth Development in Firms published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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N.Gayathri, Dr.P.Karthikeyan Although the value of positivity has been assumed over the years, only recently has it become a major focus area for theory building, research, and application in psychology and now organizational behavior. Positive Organizational Behaviour represents the study of how positive emotions are related to employee performance in the workplace. It explores how positive psychology applies to the work environment and how employees can learn to improve their positive psychological resource capacities. Researchers of positive organizational behaviour believe developing hope, optimism, and resilience leads to higher-performing employees. Studies show that employees, who possess hope, spend energy on meeting goals and using willpower to face challenges and teaching positive organizational behaviour will lead to better job satisfaction, work happiness, and commitment to the organization. The present study explores on the various objectives of positive organizational behaviour and gives a gist on the concept of positive psychology as well. It also reviews positive state-like psychological resource capacities (efficacy, hope, optimism, resiliency, and psychological capital).
A SURVEY OF MODIFIED AGRICULTURAL WASTES FOR HEAVY METAL REMOVAL FROM WASTEWATER published in

International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology

Published by Somil Shah
Renu * , Madhu Agarwal, Kailash Singh Heavy metal removal from wastewater is of special concern due to presence of heavy metals in environment. The discharge of various industries contains heavy metals and they affect soil fertility, water resources, aquatic organisms and ecosystem integrity. The heavy metals which mainly discharge from industries are cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), copper (Cu), iron (Fe), nickel (Ni), selenium (Se), vanadium (V), cobalt (Co), mercury (Hg), lead (Pb), zinc (Zn) and arsenic (As). Among various processes, adsorption process is relatively new process for removal of heavy metals from wastewater. Ads orption has certain advantages over conventional methods such as they minimize chemical and biological sludge, possess low cost, high efficiency , possibility of metal recovery and adsorbent regeneration . Thus, t his review article aims to compile scattered available information on modified agricultural adsorbent for heavy metal removal.
The Intellectual Automated Substation published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Zhalilov Rashid The article is devoted to the study and introduction of modern technologies in electro-technical branch of the industry for the purpose of increasing reliability of electric supply. Appling the latest technical developments marketed in automatic breakers Compact NS and Master pact of the company "Schneider Electric", for modernization distributing device 0,4 kV applied transformer substation is offered in it. Zhalilov Rashid"The Intellectual Automated Substation" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11597.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/electrical-engineering/11597/the-intellectual-automated-substation/zhalilov-rashid
Teaching Model of Learning English Writing published in

Jurnal Ilmiah Peuradeun

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Muhammad Usman The objective of this study is to produce a model of teaching English writing skill in an effective way for students of English Study Program in college. This research method is using the Research and Development (R & D). The teaching model arranged can be implemented conceptually and operationally. The model is developed based on the theories of learning writing. This research was conducted in Banda Aceh and the samples for determining the location specified in stratified sampling. This study was conducted at Serambi Mekkah University and Muhammadiyah University. Based on the research findings that the conditions of learning Model at UNMUHA and USM were not in accordance with the theory and practice. They need both theory and practice to review paragraphs and the composition should be coherent. The design of learning model, Implementation, and Evaluation could be developed in teaching writing skill for both Universities students.
Protein Energy Malnutrition in CKD Patients published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Suraj Kumar Singh | Atul Verma | Hulsi Sahu Elevated protein catabolism and protein malnutrition are common in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD). The underlying etiology includes, but is not limited to, metabolic acidosis intestinal dysbiosis; systemic inflammation with activation of complements, endothelin-1 and renin-angiotensin-aldosterone (RAAS) axis; anabolic hormone resistance; energy expenditure elevation; and uremic toxin accumulation. All of these derangements can further worsen kidney function, leading to poor patient outcomes. Many of these CKD-related derangements can be prevented and substantially reversed, representing an area of great potential to improve CKD and ESRD care. This review integrates known information and recent advances in the area of protein nutrition and malnutrition in CKD and ESRD. Management recommendations are summarized. Thorough understanding the pathogenesis and etiology of protein malnutrition in CKD and ESRD patients will undoubtedly facilitate the design and development of more effective strategies to optimize protein nutrition and improve outcomes Suraj Kumar Singh | Atul Verma | Hulsi Sahu"Protein Energy Malnutrition in CKD Patients" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15704.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/15704/protein-energy-malnutrition-in-ckd-patients/suraj-kumar-singh
The Prediction of Productivity of Single Slope Solar Still: A Regression Approach published in

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Piyush Gupta, Nikhil Singh The present work focuses on the application of Linear Regression method to predict the productivity of Single Slope Solar Still for the selected range of Salt Concentration, Inclination Angle, Water Depth and Water Temperature. An indoor simulation model was developed using constant temperature water bath to maintain water temperatures at steady state for the purpose of experiment. The condensing covers inclined at 25O, 30O and 35O were fabricated of commonly used glass sheet for the purpose of experiment. Orthogonal arrays of taguchi, the Signalto-Noise (S/N) ratio, the analysis of variance (ANOVA) has been used to analyze the effect of the process parameters on the productivity of the Single Slope Solar Still and Linear Regression method has been used to develop an expression to establish a correlation between the selected parameters and productivity. The predicted values have been compared with experimental data and are found to be in good agreement. The experimental value have also been compared with the basic Dunkle Model results and it has been found out that the performance of present model is better than the performance of Dunkle model.
Study of Fungal Species Capable of Degrading Groundnut Oil published in

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Prachi. A. Joshi, R. L. Mishra Domestic waste water, as well as industrial water contains traces of oils. Lipids (fats, oils and greases) are major organic matters in municipal and some industrial waste water and cause severe environmental pollution. Waste water produced from edible oil refinery, slaughter houses, wool scouring and dairy products industry contains a high concentration of lipids. Oily waste water causes a lot of problem for treatment plant and discharge sewers. The present study aimed to isolate various species of fungi capable of degrading ground nut oil and to determine their degradation potential. Decomposed oil seeds were used to isolate different fungal species, identified and their lypolytic activity was determined by growing them in oil containing culture medium. Dry weight of mycelium was determined. GC-MS analysis of degraded and non-degraded oil samples were carried out to confirm biodegradation. From the study 8 fungal members belonging to three genera namely Aspergillus, Fusarium and Alternariawere found to be effective in biodegradation of ground nut oil.
Improvement of Quantities and Qualitative Characteristics of Bunium Persi-Cum Germplasm Masses published in

Selcuk Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences

Published by Selcuk University, Faculty of Agriculture
Mahdi Faravani Barat Ali Gholami Gholam Ali Gazanchian Saeeid Khavari Khorassani In order to determine the relationship between yield and physiological and phenological traits and to understand the direct and indirect effects of various parameters on the yield, this experiment was conducted on 13 genotypes of Bunium persicumin three times in a randomized block design in plots of 4 m x 5 m in Mashhad. Result showed that the genotype Khajeh forest was significantly superior with regard to number of seed umblet-1, seed yield, bio yield and yield of essential oil. Analysis of variance showed a significant difference at p<0.05 for different traits as plant height, seed weight, total weight per plant, number of seeds per plant, number of umbels per plant, seed, umblet in umbel, number of branches, 1000 seed weight, biological yield, seed yield, essential oil percentage, essential oil yield and harvest index among accessions. Range heritability estimates were recorded from 0.53 – 0.96 for all the traits except for plant height with moderate heritability. High heritability was observed for a number of characters. Genetic path coefficient analysis revealed that appearance of the seed weight per plant traits and the total weight of each plant had the highest positive direct effect on yield, and essential oil percentage had the highest negative direct effect on essential oil yield. Path way analysis of some of traits could not be entered in the model in despite a significant correlation with essential oil. Genetic path coefficient analysis revealed that appearance of the seed weight per plant traits and the total weight of each plant had the highest positive direct effect on yield, and essential oil percentage had the highest negative direct effect on essential oil yield.
Construction and Standardization of Unhealthy Risk Taking Behaviour Scale published in

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Mahmood Ahmad Khan, Syed Ishfaq Ahmad Shah The study aimed at constructing and standardizing the Risk Taking Behaviour Scale to measure unhealthy risk taking behaviour. The scale consists of 80 items covering five dimensions viz: (A) Academic Risk, (B) Social Risk, (C) Future/Goals Risk, (D) Adventurous Risk and (E) Security/Peace Risk with 16 items in each dimension. The reliability coefficient of the scale has come out 0.67and validity coefficient 0.63.
FACTORS THAT PINPOINTS THE POTENTIAL DETERMINANTS OF OBESITY AMONGST SCHOOL GOING ADOLESCENTS: LITERATURE REVIEW published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

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

World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
G.N.Renukadevi*, M.Sri lakshmi, V.Prathyusha, SK.Sharmila, K.Shantha Kumari A new simple isocratic analytical method has been developed and validated for estimation of Ofloxacin and Dexamethasone sodium phosphate was carried out on Agilent CN, 250mm x 4.6mm, 5m column in isocratic mode using mobile phase composition of Acetic acid Buffer : Acetonitrile (70 : 30% v/v) with flow rate of 1.0 ml /min at 241 nm. The linearity of the method was demonstrated over the concentration range of 6-180 g/ml for ofloxacin and 2-60 g/ml for Dexamethasone sodium phosphate with correlation coefficient of 0.999 & 0.999 respectively. The developed method was validated as per ICH guidelines. The amounts of both the drugs were found to be in good agreement with label claim. The developed method was validated for precision, accuracy, sensitivity, robustness and ruggedness. Hence, this method is used for routine analysis of titled drugs in combination of tablet formulation.
A Current Appraisal of Health and Nutrition Related Claims in Indian Children Television Food Advertisements published in

Journal of Social Science Studies

Published by Macrothink Institute
Mekam Maheshwar, Vijayapushpam T., Sylvia Fernandez Rao This article reports a content analysis of health-and nutrition-related claims used in food advertisements in popular childrens television channels of India. The authors analyzed 793 food ads ran for a total duration of 20,260 seconds in a span of 7 days in two television channels. Their research shows that nutrient content claims (i.e., ones that focus on a specific nutrient component such as low in fat) are the most predominantly used, followed by general nutrition claims, structure/ functional claims, and healthy claims. The least used category is health claims, in which the advertised food is linked to reduced risk of a disease or health problem. Researchers analysis suggests that healthy foods are not advertised nearly as much as unhealthy foods, which continue to be a major public health concern. This seems to suggest a pressing need for marketing promotions that focus on healthier food options, particularly targeting vulnerable populations such as children.
Security Concerns in Cloud Computing published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Gopal K. Shyam | Mir Abdul Samim Ansari Cloud computing is a revolutionary way of storing and accessing data with five essential characteristics, three service models, and four deployment models. Businesses have realized the tremendous potentiality and benefits of cloud computing and have accepted the technology, but still a small amount of scepticism hovers around. In defiance of its potential characteristics, the organizations risk their sensitive data by storing it in the cloud. In this paper, we have identified various privacy and security challenges associated with the novelty of cloud computing. The security and privacy challenge listed in this paper perceives demand for implementation of sophisticated technologies to deal with them. Gopal K. Shyam | Mir Abdul Samim Ansari"Security Concerns in Cloud Computing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5 , August 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd18306.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/computer-science/distributed-computing/18306/security-concerns-in-cloud-computing/gopal-k-shyam
Use of FENO in etiological diagnosis of small airway diseases published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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E. Dilka, P. Kapisyzi, Fccp A. Simaku Although major progress has been achieved in the recognition of small airways (SMA) disease, diagnosis still remains difficult. The analysis of FeNO has recently become of great interest in the diagnosis and monitoring of many respiratory diseases. This study focused on value of FeNO in etiological diagnosis of SMA diseases and correlation of FeNO values with spirometry variables. SUMMERY. FeNO is an important biomarker in assessing of the etiology of respiratory symptoms. The difference between values of FeNO in asthma and other diseases with SMA obstruction is significant.
Bio-Clinical Study of Envenomed victims in Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad. published in

GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS

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Dr. C. R. Ram Reddy, Dr. C. R. Vijay Bharath Reddy Background & Objectives: Every year there are about one lakh cases of snake bite deaths all over the world, mostly either with cobra, viper or krait snakes. Nearly about 1/3rd of them are reported in India. Still most of the rural population of India needs awareness regarding envenomation management. About 40% of snake bitten victims are losing their lives ignorantly due to delayed hospitalization and indulging in unscientific management. Sole object of this study is to project and impress upon the scientific management through clinical evaluation, study of bio-clinical samples with subsequent treatment of envenomed victims. Methods: Various types of data concerning 276 snake bite victims both live and dead cases were collected from retrospective, prospective and follow-up cases for cobra bite detection during the period from 1999 to 2000. The live cases are followed clinically in the casualty, medical wards and ICU. Dead victims are examined in the mortuary of Osmania General Hospital, Hyderabad; A.P. Antibodies against cobra venom are raised while conducting animal experimentations (rabbits and goats) and subjected the anti body sera to ELISA test against bio-samples of victims. Live bioclinical samples collected from the clinical wards are bitten area washings, blood, urine and cerebro spinal fluid (csf) for further investigations. From the mortuary snake bite victims autopsy samples like skin bit, blood from right ventricle, liver and kidney are collected. All the samples are subjected to ELISA, histopathological examination and other routine investigations. Results: The results obtained in this study of envenomed victims of live and dead are analyzed, compiled and compared and they are found to be satisfied in their respective criterions. The same results are further strengthened with the observations of previous scientific studies mentioned later in the discussion part. Conclusion The clinical evaluation, biochemical and histopathological examination of all snake bite cases living and dead under the study have shown much convincing and corroborating evidences with one another. The results of the study are very much comparable and are consistent with previous scientific observations as expressed in discussions.
Review on Road Safety Aspect in Transportation published in

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Mr. Patel Krunal, Mr. Prajapati Prashant, Mr. Parmar Shailesh, Prof. Purohit Shonk G, Prof. Darji Parth his paper presents an analysis of the fatal crashes thatinvolved public transport buses in Bangalore, India. The study suggests that low floorbuses with mechanical doors and segregated pedestrian and bicycle lanes can have amajor impact on reducing fatal crashes of bicycles and pedestrians involving buses.And another research paper based on the aim of facilitating a comparative functional analysis of driving assistance systemsand infrastructure measures for traffic safety, this paper studies the underlying concepts of safe road design, and derives a general set of traffic safety principles. Road categorisation isstudied as an important parameter for both road design and route selection that is optimised from a traffic safety perspective and an extended road categorisation is proposed. Finally a systematic overview of infrastructure measures is provided, as a basis for a future comparative functional analysis.
Impact of GST on the Indian Economy published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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Dr. C. J. Priya | Harshitha M C GST the biggest Tax Reform in India founded on the notion of œOne Nation, One Market, One Tax is finally here. The movement that the Indian government was waiting for the decade has finally arrived. The single biggest Indirect tax regime has kicked into force, dismantling all the inter-state barriers with respect to trade. The GST rollout, with the single stroke, has converted India into a unified market of 1.3 billion citizens. The idea behind implementing GST across the country in 29 states & 7 union territories is that it would offer a win- to-win situation for everyone. Manufacturers & Traders would benefit from fewer tax filing, transparent rules & easy booking; consumers would pay less for the goods & services and the government would generate more revenues. So this paper tries to throw a light on various aspects of GST and to know its probable impact on Indian economy and its sectors. The data are collected through various secondary sources like reports of Government, professional bodies, working committees and also from research papers, articles, news, budget sessions etc. Dr. C. J. Priya | Harshitha M C"Impact of GST on the Indian Economy" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-2 , February 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd5898.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/other/5898/impact-of-gst-on-the-indian-economy/dr-c-j-priya
A VERY DISTINCTIVE PLANT - CROCUS BANATICUS published in

INDO AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

Published by Dr. CHANDRASEKHARA RAO BARU
Dr. R. B. Saxena The genus crocus L. consists currently of about 160 recognized species, small, corm bearing, perennial species having an old world distribution, primarily in mediterranean – west Europe and NW Africa to W China, with the center of species diversity on the Balkan Peninsula and in Turkey. Due to very dark form of crocus banaticus also called Romanian form. All crocus banaticus originated in Romania but this was raised from wild seeds. Due to distinctive plant, it creates its own sub- genus is the crocus sub-family known as crocoideae and sub-genus crociris. History, botany, taxonomy, infra-specific taxa, distribution, ecology, phenology, description, chromosome counts, etc. are provided with key to their identification. Key words : Crocus, Geographic area. Botany, Chromosome, Phenology, Crociris, Banaticus.
Tribological Properties of Aluminium 2024 Alloy Beryl Particulate MMC's published in

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H.B. Bhaskar and Abdul sharief Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs) are emerging as the most versatile materials for advanced structural, automotive, aviation, aerospace, marine, defense applications and other related sectors because of their excellent combination of properties. In the present investigation, Al2024-Beryl composites were fabricated by liquid metallurgy route by varying Weight Percentage (wt. %) of reinforcement from 0 wt. % to 10 wt. % in steps of 2 wt. %. The dry sliding wear tests were conducted to examine the wear behavior of the Al2024 alloy and its composites. The sliding wear tests were conducted for various loads, speeds and sliding distances. The result reveals that wear rates of the composite is lower than that of the matrix alloy and friction coefficient was minimum when compared to monolithic alloy. The incorporation of beryl particles as reinforcement material in Al2024 alloy improves the tribological characteristics.
A Simple score System to Reduce the Negative Appendicectomy rate published in

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

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M. Cynthia Sailaja, G. Vijay Kumar, K. Jayantha Rao Chromium is a metallic elementconsidered as heavy metal treated as major pollutant. Lactate is the major end product of anerobic glycolysis in muscle. Muscle is the nutritional part of the fish.The present investigation was carried out to study the effect of chromium on Lactate in selected muscle tissues of a fresh water fish,Labeorohita. The alterations in Lactate activity on exposure to sublethal concentration (1/10 of LC50, 96hrs) of chromium for 7 days and 30 days was investigated in the present study. In the present investigation cardiac muscle is found to have higher Lactate content compared to the rest of the tissues and the sequence is as follows: PR > CR > PP > CW > CM
Unsafe Abortion Presenting as Gut Prolapse: A Case Report published in

PARIPEX-INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

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Ratnani Rekha, Ghormode Poonam An illegal abortion by unqualified inexperienced health personnel without or with minimal medical knowledge in rural society of developing countries is not uncommon. Complications can endanger the life of mother if proper medical or surgical intervention is not offered in time. Among all complications, bowel injury is the most dangerous. It leads to significant number of deaths.The ilum and sigmoid colon are the most commonly injured portions of bowel due to their anatomic location.
Automatic Intelligent Real-time Intrusion Detection System: A Data Mining Model published in

Universal Journal of Computers & Technology

Published by Universal Publishing & Research Organization
Oriola Oluwafemi Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is a popular device for securing network resources. However, developing a system that will automatically detect all known and unknown network attacks accurately in real-time is still a serious challenge. In this paper, a data mining model of an automatic intelligent real time network intrusion detection system that will be able to detect malicious network packets with very minimal false positive and false negative was presented. A three-layered Intrusion Detection System was modelled using Clustering techniques, Artificial Neural Networks and Decision Tree Classifiers. The algorithms used for each stage of the process were compared. Simple K-Means and Expectation Maximization Algorithms are compared in Layer One. In Layer Two, Multilayer Perceptron and Radial Basis Function Feed-Forward Back Propagation Neural Networks with varying parameters were compared while the best combination of the two was used. Equally, Simple Classification and Regression Tree, C4.5 and Naive Bayes Tree were tested in Layer Three. The model is used to develop architecture for a proposed Automatic Intelligent Real-time Intrusion Detection System (AIR-IDS).
Seasonal Dynamics of Some Zooplanktons in Two Fresh Water Ponds published in

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Dr. B. SAI RAM PATTNAIK The interaction between various groups of zooplanktons is a major feature in the productivity of ponds. The seasonal abundance of one group imparts influence on the other. The success of one group results in the failure or limitation of another group, in other words one group paves way for the other. In fresh water ponds there may institute several groups of macro plankton fauna but very few can only dominate. With the coming up of summer when the temperature begins to raise, there starts a drop in the abundance of Copepods as well as Cladocerans paving way for the Rotifers to dominate the show. With the onset of rainy season, again the Copepods start dominating over both Rotifers and Cladocerans. Within the same group of zooplanktons again one genus dominates over the other for certain periods and found either in small numbers or become dormant during other periods. In present study the seasonal disparity of distribution, succession, abundance and species diversity of some zooplanktons especially that of Rotifer fauna in relation to the physico, chemical and biological factors is carried out.
COMPUTATIONAL REACTION MECHANISM STUDY OF THE SCHIFF BASE FORMATION BETWEEN PARA-SUBSTITUTED ANILINE AND PYRROLE-2-CARBALDEHYDE published in

European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research

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Musa E. Mohamed*1 and Kamal Khalifa Taha2 Computational reaction mechanism study based on the Restricted Hartree- Fock calculations (RHF/3-21G) of the formation of Schiff base of para-methoxyaniline, para-methylaniline and anline with Pyrrole-2-carbaldehyde was conducted. The reaction mechanism was found to involve two steps, namely: (1) formation of a carbinolamine and (2) dehydration of the carbinolamine to give the final schiff base, through six-membered ring transition states. The carbinolamine is intermediate and dehydration is rate determining step of the reaction. The formation of Schiff base between the para-substituented aniline and pyrrole adehyde requires the contribution of one auxiliary water molecule as a true reactive in order to facilitate proton transfer, and allows the nucleophilic attack of the incoming amine to carbonyl group. The para-methoxy substituent has less energy barrier than the other two substituents, according to more electron withdrawing effect.
Myointimal hyperplasia of mesenteric vein- an experience in a tertiary care centre published in

Archives of Clinical Gastroenterology

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Rama Kumari B, Ahluwalia J, Vaiphei K, Background: Idiopathic myointimal hyperplasia of mesenteric vein (IMHMV) is an extremely rare cause of venous mesenteric ischemia. It is defi ned as non-thrombotic occlusion of the mesenteric veins secondary to myointimal hyperplasia. IMHMV is a poorly understood condition involving the rectosigmoid colon predominantly young previously healthy male individuals Purpose - to analyze surgically resected bowel specimens reported routinely as intestinal ischemia for the presence of features of IMHMV. There were 30 IMHMV of 118 cases that had been reported as intestinal ischemia.
Development of technique for efficient in vitro propagation of Jatropha curcas L.from nodal explants. published in

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

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K. Pradhan, Victor Sarkar, Anamika Guha, Chitra Roy Adoption behaviour is the behaviour as shown by the respondents during the adoption process of any technology or practice. Here, in the present study, the respondents were the women stakeholders selected through Self Help Group and attempts have been made to analyse their adoption behaviour towards adopting an innovation for sustainable livelihood. The scientific azolla cultivation has been taken up as the innovation in terms of which the adoption percentage and behaviour was calculated for the present study. The study was conducted in five villages of Coochbehar-II block of Coochbehar district in West Bengal. Purposive as well as multistage and random sampling procedures were followed in the present study. The data were collected with the help of structured schedule through personal interview method. In the present study, it was found that the attributes like knowledge about the technology, attitude towards technology adoption and assessed training need are positively and significantly associated with and the attribute educational aspiration is significantly but negatively associated with the dependent variable, adoption percentage of the stakeholders, women azolla growers. The variable knowledge about the technology is positively and significantly contributing towards characterizing the adoption percentage and the variable family size is negatively and significantly contributing towards characterizing the adoption percentage of the women stakeholders selected by the self help group. The R2 value being 0.564, it is to infer that the sixteen predictor variables put together have explained 56.40% variation embedded with the predicted variable adoption percentage. It is also found that the women stakeholders selected through the self help group is much more effective than other selection procedures through farmers club and farm and home visit in case of adopting an innovation.
STUDY OF AQUATIC MACRO-PHYTES IN AND AROUND OF WADHVANA WETLAND AT DABHOI TALUKA published in

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Disorder of Sexual Development with 46XY Karyotype published in

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Dr. Rima Rakeshkumar Sahay,Dr. Seema S Bansode–Gokhe,Dr. R.R Shinde A 16-year-old, reared as female presented with complaints of genital ambiguity and primary amenorrhoea along with lack of secondary sexual characters, but without short stature and Turner's stigmata. Karyotype analysis revealed 46XY karyotype.Basal cortisol 15.64?g/dl, Luteinizing Hormone was 4.81mIU/ml and Follicle Stimulating Hormone was 11.23mIU/ ml. BasalDi-hydroxy testosterone- 1032 ng/dl ,testosterone of 5.73 ng/dl and Androstenedione of 2.13 ng/ml. Ultrasonography revealed Bilateral testis which appear normal in size, echo texture and vascularity. Epididymis poorly formed. No Mullerian structures seen. No uterus found. Cystogenitoscopy revealed short urethra with normal bilateral ureteric orifices and normal bladder size and echo-texture. Pseudo vagina with separate opening for urethra was seen. Based on these results a diagnosis of 46XY Disorder of Sexual Development (DSD) with partial androgen insensitivity syndrome was made. The patient was managed with a multidisciplinary approach and fertility issues discussed with theparents.
PRODRUGS TARGETING THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS) published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
Falasteen Salameh1, Donia Karaman1, Gennaro Mecca2, Laura Scrano3, Sabino A. Bufo4 and Rafik Karaman*1, 4 The classical approach for delivery of drugs into the central nervous system (CNS) is associated with adverse effects and it has many limitations. Therefore, extensive efforts have been done in searching and developing novel methods for achieving such delivery. This mini-review discusses the design and synthesis of selected targeting prodrugs for the treatment of conditions related to impairment in the CNS such as Parkinsons and Alzheimers diseases. Such approaches include targeting prodrugs which are designed to interact with unique cellular conditions at the target site, especially the availability of certain enzymes and transporters at these sites. In addition, part of this mini-review is devoted to prodrugs design based on enzyme models that have been invoked to understand how enzymes catalyzebiotransformation. In this approach, the prodrugs design isdone using quantum molecular orbital and molecular mechanics methods. The equations obtained from correlations of experimental and calculated rate values for some intramolecular processes are used to predict parameters for other intramolecular processes that can be utilized as prodrugs linkers. In this approach, there is no need for enzymes to catalyze the conversion of the prodrug to its active parent drug and the conversion rate of the prodrug is dependent only on those factors playing dominant role in the rate-limiting step of the process.
An Investigation On Computer Assisted Language Learning published in

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Hamzeh Moradi Computer assisted language learning or CALL is related to the use of computers in language learning and teaching and nowadays it is increasingly being used in the process of teaching. One of the main goals of CALL is to provide a context which facilitates the acquisition of second language especially acquisition of communicative competence. CALL is helpful in the linguistic development of learners by providing more effective language learning opportunities than merely human teaching methods. In the present study the advantages and disadvantage of CALL will be discussed. It also presents the technical capabilities and devices which are essential for the use of CALL in language learning and teaching.
Strategies to Foster Critical Thinking Skills in Nursing Education in Saudi Arabia published in

AMERICAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF NURSING

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Mahaman Moussa,Ahmad E. Aboshaiqah, RN, PhD In most Saudi nursing schools the pedagogy consist of the teacher being the source of knowledge and student are usually having a passive role. The student engagement is very limited and their style of studying consists of memorization. The opportunity to translation of what is learned in the classroom into clinical practice is also limited. The objective of this paper to address the importance of critical thinking in nursing education in Saudi Arabia and its association with competent nursing practice. Strategies to strengthen critical thinking skills in Saudi nursing education are suggested. A systematic review of the literature explores the history and current state of nursing practice and nursing education in Saudi Arabia. The role of critical thinking in nursing education in general and specifically in nursing education in Saudi Arabi a and strategies to enhance critical thinking in nursing education therein are addressed
Monitoring of the Chemical Oxygen Demand and Identify the Presence of Gas published in

International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development

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K Kumaraguru | J Giriprasad | L Mohammad Shifath Ali | Mrs Audline Beena | Dr. D Rajinigirinath Water pollution is one of the biggest fears for the green globalization. In order to ensure the safe supply of the drinking water the quality needs to be monitor in real time. In this paper we present a design and development of a low cost system for real time monitoring of the water quality. The system consist of several sensors is used to measuring physical and chemical parameters of the water. The parameters such as temperature, DO, Turbidity, conductivity and PH of the water can be measured. The measured values from the sensors can be processed by the core controller. Finally, the sensor data can be processed and send to the system. K Kumaraguru | J Giriprasad | L Mohammad Shifath Ali | Mrs Audline Beena | Dr. D Rajinigirinath"Monitoring of the Chemical Oxygen Demand and Identify the Presence of Gas" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-3 , April 2018, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd11533.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/11533/monitoring-of-the-chemical-oxygen-demand-and-identify-the-presence-of-gas/k-kumaraguru
Image Shape Matching Based on FM Transformation Technique published in

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P.Kalavathi Image shape matching is prime concern in object recognition and identification methods. the objects are recognized based on their shape similarity. In this paper an image shape matching method based on Fourier Mellin (FM) transformation is given. The outline of the given input images are first registered in the same spatial coordination space before comparison. The performance of this method is evaluated by computing overlap similarity and hausdorff distance measures. The experimental result shows that the proposed image comparison method produces accurate comparison result.
ROLE OF JALOUKAAUCHARAN IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC BLEPHARITIS published in

World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Published by Dr. Valentina Petkova
*Dr. Daya Shankar Singh Eyes are the choicest gift of God to the humans. Our eyes are really the windows through which we view the world around us. The eyelids act as shutter in order to protect this precious organ. Blepharitis is one of the common diseases of eye lids. It is a sub-acute or chronic inflammation of the margins of the lids. It is often a recurring condition associated with bacterial infection or skin disorders such as dandruff or acne rosacae. Common features of Blepharitis are itching, persistent soreness of the eyelids or eyes, greasy appearance of the lid margins , falling of eye lashes, small ulcers of the lid margins, crusting and bleeding, irritation, grittiness, burning and dryness of eye. The disease is well explained in Ayurvedic classics. While evaluating the clinical features of Blepharitis we can understand the role of Pitta, Rakta and Kapha in the manifestation of disease. We will get similar references in the context of vartma roga and sandhi roga. The symptoms of the disease resembles with pakshmasata, syava vartma, kardama vartma, krimigranthi etc. Since vartma is made up of mamsa & rakta dhatus, kapha-pitta-rakta predominant diseases are easily affected on vartma. Due to the lack of appropriate treatment, Blepharitis goes to a chronic stage which can be correlated to Pillaroga. So the ultimate aim of treatment is to purify the vitiated doshas & dooshyas
IMPROVING METHODS OF TEACHING ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES IN ENGLISH AS PART OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONCEPT OF MULTILINGUALISM AT THE UNIVERSITY published in

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AkmaralMukhamejanova Teaching has been a critical activity of education for many years. Over the difficult soviet years (1990) it has been a growing concern about the number of teachers who leave the classrooms so in the secondary school as in the high school too. This problem known us from our parents. The situation ischanged in Kazakhstan, u

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